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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 18, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home Mason Citys Merchants Help Make Our Community Prosper MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION Presa anl United Press Full Lease Wire Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1956 TruckT This Paper Consists Two SectionsSection Ona No 165 Crash Claims Three L Kefauver Goes Down to Defeat in New Jersey NEWARK N J LfrSen Estes Kefauver of Tennessee went down to a resounding defeat in the New Jersey primary Wednesday the most serious setback since he opened his campaign for the Dem ocratic presidential nomination At the same time New Jersey Republicans gave President voting districts showed these Eisenhower a firm endorsement there also were writeins for although he had no opposition v wiiu wa Returns from of the states candidate in this primary UUWCVCJL me Preference sections popularity contest was much of the ballots Eisenhower Kefauver In the Democratic CHURCH RITES LEFT No Tears Kisses at Wedding in Monaco MONTE CARLO Monaco WVSeriousfaced and sitting rigid as a statue film queen Grace Kelly became the real life Princess of Monaco and bride of Prince Rainier III Wednesday No tears were shed and no kisses were exchanged The brief civil ceremony uniting the 26yearold American film star to one of the oldest princely families of Europe and making her First Lady of this 370acre Mediterranean principality was tele vised by Europes major networks A religious ceremony will be performed Thursday The ceremony Wednesday consisted mainly of an exchange of ouis and the signing of an official register in the presence of 81 guests As the details were concluded Grace relaxed and glanced at the Prince but he was straight ahead I am kind of she said after the ceremony The 32yearold bridegroom was strained and nervous as he sat beside the blonde beauty from Philadelphia and Hollywood in the small gold and red ThroneJRoom of the palace of Monaco He ran his finger under his collar bit his fingernail and pulled his mus tache Briefly he folded his hands firmly in his lap but a moment later was tugging again at his mustache raejabers qfJialniers ancient Grimaldi family were banked on both sides of the couple along with movie and television cameras representatives of gov ernment a small group of Ameri can French and British reporters and a few other guests The bride signed the official register making her a princess at a using her full name Grace Patricia Kelly She was a little uncertain just how the Prince signed but said after the ceremony she thought he written Rainier Prince of Mona His full name is Rainier Louis Henri Maxence Bertrand Grimaldi The new Princess looked de lighted and happy but certainly a little dazed She took a glass of champagne with three American reporters who were invited to the private apartment afterward They wished her happiness She smiled and replied and Prince Rainier came up and was also toasted After the church ceremony Thursday the couple will sail away on the Princes yacht for a Ike Launches HisCampaign WASHINGTON tffi President Eisenhower has pledged no sur renders to pressure bribes for support escapes from responsi bility in his campaign for re election Eisenhower urged Republicans Tuesday night to make a special drive to enlist young people in a campaign he said must be con cerned with those things which count for and prin Eisenhower was cheered lustily by 900 GOP leaders as he ad dressed a colorful banquet that wound up a twoday precampaign strategy meeting His speech in effect was the opening of his own reelection effort Our aim must be to convince every American newly arrived at voting age that the Republican Mediterranean honeymoon cruise not objectives party is the party through which these young citizens aspira tions for their country can be Eisenhower said Although this was a party gath ering Eisenhower had no harsh things to say about the Demo crats In fact he told the assem bly GOP leaders Democrats like Republicans are loyal to the United States devoted to freedom and human dignity and insistent on national security and the wel fare of the people Eisenhower said Republicans and Democrats differ on methods Adlai Stevenson who was not For Kefauver however the less serious than the battle for delegates to the nominating con vention His 72 backers who returns would have 36 convention votes were swamped by an unpledged slate headed by Gov Robert B Meyner The organization elected 63 dele gates with 31V2 votes while Ke fauver elected only one delegate with Vi vote The organization led in the remaining eight con test with four votes Token Opposition On the Republican side a 38 vote delegation pledged to the President was elected It had token opposition from three con servative and undesignated can didates A tabulation of the first and last candidates listed on the organiza tion and Kefauver delegateat large slates with of districts reported showed that Gov Meyner head of the organi zation slate polled votes The 16th listed member of Mey ners ticket received On the Kefauver slate the vote total ranged from the first listed to for ths last Final Appearance Kefauver campaigned intensive ly for six days in New Jersey making his final appearance last Sunday But the tactics of hand shaking and meeting people that served him so well in New Hamp shire and Minnesota failed here Neither Eisenhower nor Kefau got as many preferential votes in this election as they had in 1952 but the Presidents per centage was better Four years ago after a whitehot fight with the late Sen Robert A Taft he WANTS MORE BUSINESS DES MOENES The Iowa superintendent of printing Sher man Needham told legislators Tuesday to give him more busi ness or close our Sheffield People Victims if ZfTVlMt WHERE THREE WERE stock truck in which three members of a Sheffield farm family were killed Tuesday afternoon rests in a creek bed 450 feet from a railroad crossing where it was struck by a Rock Photos by Lou Cadieux Island Rocket Killed in the crash were Mr and Mrs Wilbert W Crawford and their youngest daughter Wil berta 5 The accident occurred northwest of Harripton House Backs Ikes Veto on Farm Bill WASHINGTON un The House Wednesday upheld President Ei tne late Sen Robert A Taft heUephpyrers veto of the catchaU polled halfJfaFBi bill the total cast then by both parties Kefauver got in 1952 when he was also unopposed He did not contest then for conven tion delegates and at the conven tion got only three of New Jerseys votes on the first ballot Hunters Stalk Grizzly That Killed Two Men ANCHORAGE Alaska Ten heavily armed hunters picked their way through a wild erness area northeast of here Wednesday on the trail of a giant grizzly bear that clawed two men to death The victims were Everett Amos Kendall 53 Spenard Alaska a barber and Lloyd C rennington 56 a registered guide from Snow s h o e Lake Their bodies were found Tuesday about 150 miles northeast of here legislative action to aid farmers were plunged into new confusion The rollcall vote was 220211 on a motion to override not even a bare majority vote was needed leaving backers of the bill T votes short On original passage the vote was 237181 Pronounced self defeating and unacceptable by the Presi A twothirds to override dent the bill would have restored rigid high price supports and put into effect many other pricelift ing features opposed by the Pres ident Killed along with it was the Presidents own soil bank plan which he had made the key pro posal of the ninepoint farm pro gram sent to Congress last Janu ary The House action left the farm picture confused and uncertain in Congress Rep Cooley chairman of the House Agriculture Com mittee declared this is the end of it as far as general farm legislation is concerned for this session And he told newsmen the Presi dents soil bank is a dead without a China mans chance of passage Rayburn however indicated Democratic leaders may try new strategy in the maneuverings on he major domestic political is sue of this presidential election year There may be something Raybura said tersely but declined to elaborate GRACE BECOMES A PRINCESSPrince Rainier III and film star GraceTelly tor Dnotocrstoners Werlnpsnnv j T fir t AH anu mm star iveuy pose for photographers Wednesday following their civil wedding ceremony at Monte Carlo A nuniber of their relatives sit in the background The Weather Mason City Mostly fair Wednes day night and Thursday with no important temperature change Northwesterly winds diminish ing Wednesday night Low Wed nesday night 2732 High Thurs day 5458 Iowa Generally fair with slow ly rising temperatures Wed nesday and Thursday Low Wednesday night 2835 Minnesota Fair and warmer GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 52 Minimum Tuesday night 28 At 8 Wednesday 33 YEAR AGO Maximum 71 Minimum Four Sentenced for Attack on NEGRO SINGER BIRMINGHAM Ala Ralph E Parker Wednesday convicted three Citizens Counci members of attacking Negro singer Nat King Cole on April 10 and ordered them jailed for maximum terms of 180 days Parker sentenced a fourth man Jesse W Mabry 43 Birming ham and an associate editor of a Citizens Council publication to 180 days for conspiracy to commit a breach of the peace and dis At the same time Parker commended the conduct of Cole at the scene of the difficulty and since then He has displayed an understanding of our customs and tradi Parker said He pointed out that Cole is a Montgomery native and added the entertainer conducted himself in a way to earn respect of his white MidEast CeaseFire Agreement Expected JERUSALEM Israeli Sector Israeli Foreign Office spokesman said Wednesday he believed an IsraeliEgyptian cease fire would be announced by nightfall Foreign Office spokesman Michael Elitzur said formal agree ment to the cease fire request has been in the hands of United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold for several days Elitzur did not disclose details of the agreement which he said were in the files of Hammar Girl Tumbles Into Washing Machine at Farm Home Drowns LOGAN girl drowned on a farm near Wood aine Tuesday when she toppled into the family washing machine while her mother was outside The victim was Denise Johnson daughter of Mr and Mrs Virgil Johnson Coroner Harold Hennessey of Harrison County said the child ap parently clambered up to peer in to the washer and fell into it The child was upstairs when VIrs Johnson left the basement aundry room to go outside When he mother went back into the house a short time later she couldnt find Denise A search disclosed the child in the washer Dunlap firemen tried in vain to revive the youngster The Johnsons have three other children FIRM TO REORGANIZE DES MOINES Man ufacturing Clarinda a steel fabricating and manufacturing concern has received authority o reorganize under the Federal Bankruptcy Act skjold It was the most authoritative report yet that Hammarskjolds peace mission to the Middle East had begun to bear fruit Hammarskjold met with Israeli Prime Minister David Ben Gurion for the second day Wednesday and Elitzur said the talk was held in a constructive Significantly Ben Gurion ap peared in civilian clothes for the meeting instead of the traditional battle dress he has worn for months From Tokyo came a that the United States has ap proved sale of Japanese weapons to Syria one of the key Arab states in the inflamed Middle East Japanese trade sources said both Israel and Syria approached Japan to purchase military equip ment recently but their delega tions merely were studying possi bilities and did not negotiate con tracts come said In greeting I express the hope that we shall by our shop in town work and by our decision im tries and our he said Bulganin mained at and Khruschev Victoria Station Tragedy at Hampton people were killed instantly here Tuesday aft ernoon when the truck in which they were riding was hit by a northbound Rock Island Rocket The victims were identified as Mr and Mrs Wilbert W Craw ford Sheffield and their young daughter Wilberta 5 The accident occurred near the city limits of Hampton on the Chapin road about 3 The road is currently used as a detour for Highway 65 because of con struction work Tossed 450 Feet Eyewitnesses on the train said the train hit the vehicle broad side and tossed it about 450 feet The truck lit on a railroad hridge and tumbled about 40 feet into a creek bed Highway patrolman C E Con don said all three victims were found in the wreckage of the cab No other passengers were in the truck The truck was completely de molished in the accident The train evidently was not dam aged It continued its run to Min neapolis after a 30minute delay The Crawfords were apparently returning to Sheffield after a shopping trip in Hampton Mr Crawford 39 operates a farm five miles northwest of Sheffield His wife Viota 36 is the daugh ter of Mr and Mrs August Oelk ers Sheffield The couple has three other children They are Roger 16 Jay 13 and Marsha 7 Mrs Crawford has a sister Mrs Her bert Jensen Sheffield and her husband haS eight brothers and sisters Funeral are in complete at the Wartnaby Fu neral Home v Kilted Instantly Franklin County Coroner Dr A P Smith said the three were killed instantly The engineer of the train re portedly said he was traveling 65 miles an hour at the time of impact The fireman told au thorities he saw the entire acci Russ Touring Twins Arrive at London LONDON Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin and Communist Party Chief Nikita Khrushchev arrived in London Wednesday juanty and full of smiles and ex tended a hand of friendship to Britain and the rest of We all have to live together on one planet Bulgariin told a crowd of cheering jeering and laughing Londoners who came to welcome the Russian leaders at Victoria Railway Station at the start of a 10day official Prime Minister Eden wreathed m smiles stepped forward to shake hands with the Russian statesmen as they stepped from enure acci tne tram which brought them to dent and that the truck flew the capital from Portsmouth Outside in the packed streets thousands of Britons in holiday mood booed Russians train arrived t W in a brief speech of weling the accident The family was Hampton to sell some cattle through the air after the im pact Groceries and parts of the the stock truck were strewn along the railroad rightofway follow at the Hampton Sales Co and to The accident occurred just iHi UCCUljTCCl I U S B prove relations between our connnorth of a curve in the 11 LI thnt carries a 50 miles an hour about 20 minutes before leaving for Claridges Hotel respeed limit authorities said Con don said there were no flashers at the crossing and nothing ob for structed the view at the crossing Webster City Farmer Dies After Accident WEBSTER CITY IJPl Howard W Jensen 54 Webster City farmer died Wednesday morning of shock and exposure resulting from a tractor accident Monday night SAME OH GOODYI FT PAYNE Ala station WFPA Wednesday an nounced it is deeding one square oot of famous Lookout Mountain o Prince Rainier III and Grace iKelly as a wedding gift DEMOLISHED victims of the crash were found in this debris after a Rock Island train dragged the stock truck about 450 feet down the tracks truck fell about 40 feet into the creek bed   

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