to on it the the n g the —Journ&l-Tlmei Photo Mrs. Sylvia Hartl places a tissue-paper Icl, which she made Saturday to celebrate Hawaiian statehood, around the neck of her .husband John. She is wearing n Hawaiian "muu muu," a loose-fitting long dress which is common casual attire for women on the islands. Hawaiian Victory Shared in Racine to between to an A 19-year-old Racine bride 'felt like turning cartwheels" when Congress approved the Hawaiian statehood bill. This more-than-usual interest because Mrs. Sylvia Hartl, of 1627 State St., grew up in Hawaii and, along with most residents of the island, to her statehood has long been an all- Important goal. Mrs. Hartl and her 21-year- old husband, John, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Hartl. of 2644 Pavilion Rd., met last summer at the Racine Theater Guild. Mrs. Hartl, who was then Sylvia Hermann, was visiting at the home of a cousin, Walter Hoerman, of 4930 James Ave. The pair was married Nov. 15 and since then, Sylvia has so enthused her husband with stories of Hawaii'that they have planned to move there within the next five or six years. "I would have given my eye teeth to have been back in Honolulu for the big celebration," Mrs. Hartl said. "I was so excited and thrilled I felt like turning cartwheels." A friend of Sylvia's, Jane Kuwata, "Miss Cherry Bios som of Hawaii," was one of the three pretty Hawlian girls, who were pictured at the beach at Honolulu on page one of Friday's Racine Journal-Times. Father is Professor The young Racine wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard Hoermann, moved from Chicago to Honolulu when she was only a few months old. Her father, a native of Watertown, Wis., also grew up in Hawaii, his father having been a Lutheran pastor there. After completing his studies at the University of Chicago, her father returned to the islands as a professor of sociology at the University of Honolulu, a position he still holds. After she was graduated from high school. Sylvia came to the United States to attend Hiram (Ohio) College and major in drama. During her first summer here she met her husband and decided to give up a college career in favor of marriage. Mrs. Hartl had the starring role in the Theater Guild's pre sentation of "Thieves Carnival" last summer and both she and her husband appeared in the Guild's latest production, "Cyrno de Bergerac." he is n Birdbroined, * * * Krill Is NEW YORK — (/P) — A penguin, no genius, is a clumsy bird that doesn't even know how to fly. But, a Brooklyn scientist said Saturday the penguin has a health secret that could benefit oil mankind. Dr. Paul R. Burkholdcr, Czechs Produce 2 U.S. 'Spies' PRAGUE —(M— Czcchoslo vakia security police called i news conference and Introduced two women Saturday who said they were sent here to spy for the U. S.