Liberated 192ndTcnik Battalion Corporal. Married FiveDayiAgo A surprise, to his parents and friends in-JanesvUl* was the news that CpL Robert Boehm will be accompanied accompanied by his bride of five days when he reaches this city on the 8:30 p. m. Milwaukee train (Friday. (Friday. The liberated 192nd. Tank battalion man and his new wife wiU be greeted by such elements of the Janesville high school band as Bandleader Herman flelblg is able A_ '_*1>^...*K«»*1«A« ii 'Ifilai 'ttmm Amv Band to Greet ocuiu*ce»ud -**^a.••««••• y»««-••>•<> «« VBB»V> to gather together on this free day for school'students; ' ' . ". His parents, Mr. and Kin. Edward Edward Boehm, 13 N. Walnut street, received word Thursday night of the marriage of Cpl. Boehm.- The name of the' bride is something they have not learned as yet It is believed "that they were married Monday either before or after he left Moore General hospital, Swannanoa, Swannanoa, -N. C, -where he has been receiving treatment for the after effects of the dysentery and ma- taria tie suffered while • prisoner of the Japanese., Cpl. Boehm stated, that he Is In excellent physical ^condition now and a picture his parents received Thursday bears out this fact CpL and Mrs. Boehm expert to spend 10 days with his parents here. ""< While held prisoner by the Japanese, Japanese, he was in camps in the Philippines Philippines and -at Camp'Fukuoka, Japan. . '