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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 29, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin La Simc 817ndat but Laletin May 1161 see. 1, Pate 4 2 japanese soldiers get heroes Welcome Tachikawa. Japan m a world War ii officially ended saturday for two bewildered japanese soldiers who spent 16 years hiding in the Jungles of Guam living on roots Worms and Grasshoppers. Sex Cpl. Masashi Ito and pfc. Bunzo Minagawa both 39, arrived Home More in the style of conquerors than members of a Defeated army. A crowd of 1,000 Wall on hand to Greet them along with 150 newsmen and photographers As they stepped off at Tachikawa air Force base near Tokyo. Wear suits they wire flown from the tiny . Old Pac Lilc Island in an american pm in a and wearing american business suits. The two men had spent their Crusoe like existence Only a Stone s throw from civilization and possible repatriation earlier had they chosen to give up. Guam is Only 25 Miles Long and some eight Miles wide a Wir photo Hoover dam s 25th birthday Hoover dam. At 726 feet the highest dam in this hemisphere is 25 years old today. The huge Concrete Wall blocks Black Canyon and the Colorado River. Nevada is on one flank Arizona the other. Total construction Cost has been about $175 million but government officials say it has repaid its Cost Many times by preventing property losses from food. On trial for child s murder sex Beauty Queen is married Endicott ii Edna Jane Robbins 21-year-old former Beauty Cju Een charged with murdering her illegitimate child three years ago was married saturday in a formal Church ceremony. She must be Back in Tioga county court in nearby Owego tuesday when her trial on a charge of second degree murder resumes. About 100 guests attended the ceremony in our lady of Good counsel roman Catholic Church when miss Robbins was wed to John b. Pier an Auto Salesman she met several months ago. She was dressed in a White gown and veil and was attended by a Matron of Honor and four bridesmaids. Miss Robbins is charged with murdering her Newborn child in the bathroom of her parents farm Home at Barton near Waverly. Police said she gave birth to the infant unassisted then stabbed the child with a pair of scissors. She went on trial last tuesday. The trial was recessed Friday until next tuesday. She was free in $5,000 bail. She was selected As a Beauty Queen while attending Waverly High school. To Robin Hood to marry heiress london/4 to s Robin Hood is going to marry a South american heiress. Richard Greene 41, is taking As his Bride mrs. Beatriz Rob Ledo Summers 35, divorced Mother of two teenage children. She is a colombian. Greene who has starred in the television series for five years was married 10 years to actress Patricia Medina. That marriage ended in divorce in 1951. Woman hiker 56, Heads for Topeka Salina Kan. In or Barbara Moore the 56-year-old British vegetarian hiking from coast to coast left hotel Here at 11 50 . Friday night and said she would walk 13 Miles saturday. She said she wanted to reach Topeka the Kansas state Cap ital in time for a dinner scheduled in her Honor there. The physician walked 37 Miles Friday then rested about hours in the hotel before striking out again along u. Highway 40. No Navy Hazard duty pay for exploring Bottom of sea recover valuables stolen from Eartha Hollywood detectives have recovered five crates containing some of the $20,000 in valuables taken from lie Home of Singer Eartha Kitt. Or. And mrs. Carlos Cabal Lero formerly employed by miss Kitt As housekeepers Are being sought for questioning by police in Mexico. Detective sgt. Chester Turner said the crates were recovered at a commercial packing firm. He said they were ready for shipment to Peru believed the Caballeros destination. Turner said the crates contained expensive silverware clothing a television set and a portable sewing machine. Miss Kitt s Home was looted during a recent absence. No charges have been filed. Washington we Navy it. Don Walsh who explored the Ocean Bottom at a record depth of seven Miles saturday pondered the logic of a ruling that he in t entitled to a sub Marin Tir Shazard duty pay. Top Navy brass wanted to give him the extra $190 a month Over and above his regular $480 pay. But the comptroller general ruled that the Baths Cash Tieste in which Walsh probed the deep in t a submarine so no extra dollars in the lieutenant s pay envelope. Walsh s pay situation was disclosed Friday in the unofficial but authoritative army Navy air Force journal. It noted that last january Walsh reached a depth of 35,800 feet accompanied by civilian scientist Jacques Piccard. President Eisenhower pinned the legion of Merit on Walsh for the feat. The journal quoted the comptroller general As saying the extra pay is for duty aboard an armed combat submarine. However the Magazine said records indicate the Navy has several unarmed submarines whose Crews draw extra pay. They Are used in oceanographic studies. With a native population of 60,000. Minagawa was discovered and captured by Guam natives May 21, and Ito was found two Days later. Long officially listed As dead the two men were whisked from the Plana on arriving Here to a news Ponfer ence. Ito was so filled with emotion he had difficulty speaking. His eyes brimmed with tears us he related How they lived. Slept on ground Minagawa also told of How we ate roots Worms grass and Grasshoppers. It s no use e 11 i n g you because you would t believe it. You can t Magine such a life. We were sleeping every night in the rain on the Guam has very heavy rainfall. Although they had exchanged their tattered rags for neat clothes the men were obviously dazed often apparent a unaware that they were speaking simultaneously. I m All confused said Ito. Survived charge they were among the survivors of some 20,000 japanese troops believed to have died to the last Man in a Banzai charge in 1944. But 600 were taken prisoner by the americans and repatriated. Eight stragglers were found in 1951 and sent Home., i Don t think there Are any More left said Minagawa. When asked by a reporter whether they had seen leaflets written by their relatives and dropped by helicopter Over the Jungle several years ago they said yes but we did t believe them. We thought it was av4 Mountain cats this family unit of pumas or Mountain Lions was added to the Racine zoo this month. The cat at right is Frondia a native of the Patag Dylan Region of South America near Argentina. The family of cats has lived together in the children s zoo of the Brookfield zoo in Chicago. The other pair unnamed Are a male and female North american cat born at the Brookfield zoo. The new exhibit is being displayed in the canine Section of the zoo. Jouamai time photo greek comes to u. S. In vain Dies from heart condition Oklahoma Citrin mrs. David Heckard and her Mother mrs. Marvin Adams borrowed $750 and brought Stelios g. Pologeorge 30, Here from Greece for open heart surgery. They also bought passage for his father George. The operation was not attempted because of Polo George s condition and he died. Now the women face the problem of getting Pologeorge s body Back to Greece and they Are Short of Money. They must raise funds for a greek consular official in Chicago to come Here and inspect the body. Greek custom Laws require him to charge 20 per cent of funeral expenses. The total Cost is estimated at $1,500. We have a Little Money but not nearly enough mrs. Heckard said. Getting a body Home to the family Means More to europeans. It s a pathetic mrs. Heckard and Pologeorge had been pen pals. Report censorship inc easing in Hungary Vienna Austria we the hungarian exile paper Magyar Shirado published Here reports communist censorship of mail has sharply increased and telephones Are being tape recorded for reference in Hungary since the failure of the May 16 Paris Summit conference. Say it with 29 sixth s in 219 sixth St. It Middle of the Block Quality since 1898 Monument Square open tuesday \ig11t charge Farmer tried extortion Madison m Paul May a 36-year-old Iowa county Farmer has been charge with attempting to extort Money from a Mineral Point High school teacher. May was arrested by a Marshall a and brought before John j. Walsh a . Commissioner. Walsh slated a june 14 hearing and released May on $500 Bond. A Federal complaint charges him with mailing two threatening letters earlier this year demanding Money from Paul Stankevich about 25, an Industrial arts teacher. May is a prominent livestock breeder and Secretary of the Wisconsin Angus Assn. He operates a farm near Mineral Point. Colourful hair top Pettif for summer fun Roux or Clairol color treatments reduced regular 7.50 have More fun this summer with a new hair do. Now for a limited time our Roux or Clairol color treatments reduced $3. Call tomorrow for an appointment.  budget wave8.50  styled haircuts $2 Rahns Beauty so on second floor for fit Fruitland 1 Block North of Mygatt s Corners Lel grows we got it vie now feature Liebenow s delicatessens homemade salads hot dishes cold cuts sausages bread and milk  we Alto carry a Complete line of Zion Kosher Delicatessen ice cold watermelons v4 to Vit whole Call us for fruit baskets for All occasions Green peppers5c cucumbers 5c open every Day b . To 10 . Fione 7-7525 roast halves of Chicken c la. Liebenow be in Elmwood Plaza. Elmwood Plaza store open Lunday s to i at usual and memorial Day 10 . To 6 . 12 hour baked Beans 29 c la. For father s Day june 19 a a Lettire of your sugar to sweeten daddy s Day because daddy s so Sweet on his Little girl Here s a gift hell feast his eyes on. His Little Darling s delicious new professional portrait. Taken by our talented photographers it will be a Cotton Candy confection. Sugared with his Little sweetheart s special Charm. Come in now to get a picture to daddy s taste. Father s Day special limited Tim Only Fine 8x10 sepia a p3 tapestry portrait Job v0� Nim not met mom Tun ont Rahns photograph studio second floor pc teen Stu near is As fair As a red red Rose that s newly sprung into Bloom for the pre teen set. Captured in boucle of Cotton and rubber with beguiling boned Bra for extra Protection with adjustable straps. Pick your from a whole bouquet of solid colors with contrasting Rose Motif. Pre teen sizes 8 to 16. Orm 5 repeat goofy ofter me q. A. Q. A. Liat j the Bra that has no wires yet lifts shapes and holds confidential by Fornitt. 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