geneva: the frozen bodies of a swiss couple who went missing 75 years ago in the alps have been found on a shrinking glacier.marcelin and francine dumoulin, the parents of seven children, had gone to milk their cows in a meadow above chandolin in the valais canton on august 15, 1942. `we spent our whole lives looking for them`: dna testing would be carried out to confirm the identities of the couple. photo: le matin`we spent our whole lives looking for them, without stopping. we thought that we could give them the funeral they deserved one day,` their youngest daughter marceline udry-dumoulin told the lausanne daily le matin.`i can say that after 75 years of waiting this news gives me a deep sense of calm,` added the 79-year-old. the frozen bodies of a swiss couple who went missing 75 years ago have been found on a shrinking glacier. photo: switzerland tourismin an overnight statement, valais cantonal police said two bodies bearing identity papers had been discovered last week by a worker on tsanfleuron glacier near a ski lift above les diablerets resort at an altitude of 2615 metres.dna testing would be carried out to confirm the identities of the couple.advertisement`the bodies were lying near each other. it was a man and a woman wearing clothing dating from the period of world war two,` bernhard tschannen, director of glacier 3000, told the paper.get the la...