A small group of Pearl Harbor survivors gathered at the state Capitol today to remember the event that triggered the country`s entry into World War Two 63 years ago. Eighty-six-year-old Robert Hughes wiped tears from his eyes as he recalled pulling the bodies of servicemen from the water in the aftermath of the December Seventh, 1941, bombing in Hawaii. Hughes was one of only five survivors who attended the brief observance in the Capitol rotunda. Marine Warren Dale Rogers survived the bombing, but his cousin died aboard the U-S-S Arizona. Rogers said he attended today`s ceremony to pay tribute to all those who died.