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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 19, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 19 1956 This Paper Consists of Two No MONACO PUTS ON ITS BEST FINERY Church Ritual for Royal Couple Prince and Grace Wed by Bishop Pair Leaves on Honeymoon MONTE CARLO Monaco Movie star Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier III became hus band and wife in the eyes of their church Thursday gaily carved up their wedding cake and then boarded his yacht for a Mediter ranean honeymoon A crowd of which had wailed four hours for a iast glimpse of the couple cheered as the Prince and his Princess went aboard the Juvante II which Rainier translates as God helps A palace source said they would be away about 15 days The bride was serenely comi posed as she pledged herself to Rainier in Roman Catholic serv ices Thursday Pope Pius sent a special blessing to the newly weds They were married in law Wednesday in a civil cere mony which made Grace Princess of Monaco Under the highvaulted roof of Monacos crowded Roman Catho lic Cathedral the Hollywood film star and her Mediterranean Prince exchanged wedding vows death do you a 63minute ceremony during which the Prince had trouble putting the ring on her finger Grace helped him She had no trouble with the ring she gave him Stole Glance Once she gulped and appeared near tears That was when the Most Rev Gilles Barthe Roman Catholic bishop of Monaco re minded the couple of their re sponsibilities as a married couple Thursdays ceremony was kiss less as was Wednesdays The 26yearold Oscar winner AP Wirephoto GRACE PRINCE AT Rainier III and Grace Kelly stand before the altar in the Monaco cathedral Thursday as they exchange wedding vows at a solemn religious ceremony Rainiers blue military uniform was made especially for the wed ding Graces dress is in the renaissance style of ivory silk taffeta and lace Russ Agree to Help Draw Up AtomsforPeace Group WASHINGTON WPi Diplomatsjwould function under the general credited Russia with another sponsorship of the United Nations t ruicuiLvu wiiii anuLuci apunaui snip OL uie uiuieu ixauoilb and the 32yearold ruler of thisj t bjd f international Jood The charter will be presented 370acre principality answered K atomic materials from the United States Russia Britain France and Canada primaril3r and make as h snop asked each in turn the key ques tion Do you take this Rainier twiddled his thumbs and fingers and once had to brief wU1 Tnursday in ts agreementlto an 84nation conference which them available to applicant coun thg Western powers in will meet at headquarters in tries which lack the knowledge to setting up a worldwide atomsfor peace agency r A 12nation conference includ ia u the Soviet Union and the iy t T v eiUnited States agreed Wednesday sword that hung from his powden nti f I blue and yellow striped N omc pants Only once during the ceremony did the Prince steal a glance at his beautiful Princess This was toward the end and she flashed him a quick breathless smile Grace maintained her icy calm even when the yard long train to her dress caught on her chair She didnt even flicker one of her lovely eyelids when 6yearold page boy Sebastian von Fursten berg dropped her ring at the be ginning of the rites Recovered Ring The Rev Francis Tucker Rai niers American chaplain from Wilmington darted up in this minor emergency recovered the ring from the floor of the red carpeted Cathedral and steadied the little page with a smile When it was over the couple entered an open cream and black Rolls smiling broadly for the first time since the cere mony began He tugged at his col lar and she leaned over to him They appeared relaxed and waved as crowds cheered their progress under a bright sunny sky The Princess waved happily as the procession returned to the pal ace Applause and cheers followed the procession At the palace a bugle flourish from the guard sig nalled their entrance through the royal gate Trip on Yacht They were to leave Thursday night for a Mediterranean honey moon aboard Rainiers yacht Grace told friends Wednesday night after the busy rounds of entertainment Ill be glad to get on that Outside the palace the plaza quickly filled with cheering throngs Responding to shouts of We want the royal cou ple stepped to a palace window flanked by a royal purple pennant linking the gold initials R and They waved briefly to the crowds below An elaborate buffet including a cake four feet was served in the palace inner court yard to a throng of wedding guests Everyone who could ob tain an invitation was present from the aging Aga Khan and his faegum to a few reporters on a charter for the pro new organization New York in September and industrial resources for pro 1953 He called for an intei national atoms for peace poc which would spread the benefit peaceful atomic power ove Is world In essence the organization to pool contribute WASHINGTON Wi Army Lt Aldo L was quitted Thursday of charges of perjury He was accused Target Area falselv denying complicity in the World War II murder of OSS New Balloons William V Holohan behind lines in Plastic ba The acquittal was directed that look like plump sof U S District Judge Richmond soon will be droppin Keech on a defense motion leaflets on low throw out the other parts of the Midwest Under court rules since launchings will be unde taken by the mechanical divisic jury already had been sworn General Mills Inc in tests fc motion amounted to one for a judgment of acquittal There can be no government American Crusade for Fre dom Parts of Iowa Illinois an Wisconsin will be target areas Icardi 35 is now a real Mills said that if weat broker in Pittsburgh An Italian court convicted him in absentia permits the launchings start this week or early ne meaning without able to get Icardis presence of the three states i broad target area The perjury charge in the asked to watch for the lea here was brought after and cooperate by reportin testified before a House they come down Services Subcommittee in 1953 and swore he had no part the slaying of Jury Hung Be ReTried V UP Cant Get Jobless Pay Despite Mice Snake in Lunchpail DES MOINES ffi A worker who found mice and a snake in his dinner bucket might have had good reason to quit his job but he cant expect to cot I e c t unemployment com pensation the State Em ployment Security Com mission ruled Thursday Allen A Rodenberg Spencer filed for unem ployment compensation He was employed by the Spen cer Concrete Products Co of Spencer He cited as his reasons for quitting On one occasion he found a live mouse in his dinner bucket on his return home at night Later He found a dead mouse in his bucket after he got back home When he found a live garter snake on his lunch at noon that was the last straw The commission said that although Rodenberg thought he knew the employe who was responsible for the horseplay he had at no time called it to the atten tion of his Armistice OKd by Both Egypt Israeli Forces Eden Plans to Reject Red Moves Talks Open in London FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES LONDONPrime Minister An thony Eden will reject socalled Soviet peace moves that might split the Western Alliance an au thoritative government source said Thursday Eden invited Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin and Communist Party Chief Nikita S Khrushchev for their present visit during the height of the Geneva spirit days when the Big Four met last summer in Switzerland New Wariness But he was reported approach The incident developed immedijing Bulganin and Khrushchev CI itrlf Hoegh Foiled in Attempt to Make Speech Gov Leo Hoegh was shouted down in when he speech Mason City Thursday attempted to make a The agreement was announcedjducmg their own atomic fuels by the State Department after ai In the consuming countries the series of meetings which beganifuels will be burned in atomic Feb 27 furnaces to produce electric povv The action appears to assure er and thereby raise the industrial whichcreation of a project initiated by level and living standards Eisenhower in Decem Russia for more than a year a half refused to cooperate the Western powers went d on their own At the overGeneva summit conference last July Premier Nikolai Bulganin told Eisenhower Russia would contributed contribute fissionable material if agency wa set up Subsequent jly Moscow agreed to take part in the conference here Its repre sentative was Ambassador Georgi N Zarubin Early in the sessions Zarubin conceded two points which helped to make the final outcome possi ble He dropped a bid to include Red China He also yielded on a Soviet proposal that the new agen ateiy after he was electedpresi dent of Mason Citys TenFif teen Coffee The Governor had kept approximately 90 mem bers waiting until a m He was en route here to speak at noon to the Kiwanis Club The Governor took the club members rebuff with a smile A few minutes later he arose again He was permitted to tell a story as explanation for his late ar rival It concerned a person trav eling on the open road not Highway 65 south of the Governor explained Gravel Detour Highway 65 between Mason City and Hampton includes a 25 mile gravel detour because of work on the The Governor was introduced to the club by William Tate Cerro Gordo County Representative in the State Legislature After the introduction one member shouted What firm is he with Tate responded that it is un named and almost bankrupt The Legislature got it that shouted another member as Tate sat down Jack Whitsell acted as presid ing officer and apologized to the guests for the necessity of a busi ness meeting explaining that the club president had resigned DAG HAMMARSKJOLD number of nominations were made and all guests were put on the ballot as a courtesy Ayes Have It Because the vote resulted in a tie Whitsell suggested be well to vote by acclamation cy be subject to the big power AJ those in favor sa veto in the Security instructed There was a choru The Soviets arc reported to have stated reservations on sev oc eral points of the charter But Those opposed the same with a newfound wariness basec on later developments that in eluded a complete breakdown oi the Geneva spirit and the opening of a new Soviet cold war offensive in the Middle and Far East The prime minister Thursday plunged into the first of a series of little summit conference with the visiting Russians Alto gether he will meet them seven times across the conference table The three met Wednesday night at an unexpected and informal dinner at the swank Claridge Ho tel which has been turned into a plushlined fortress for the dura tion of the 10day Soviet visit British Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Lloyd extended the invita Lion without advance warning Wednesday Diploma tic circles said the fact the Rus sians accepted so quickly was a hopeful sign Formal Talks Diplomatic circles said the Russians seemed anxious to get formal talks started as soon as possible They already had be gun their visit with a spectacular new peace offensive apparent ly designed to influence British public opinion and cast Bulganin and Khrushchev in the role of peace emissaries Thursday morning Bulganin and Khrushchev drove through Londons sundrenched streets to lay a wreath on Britains national war memorial It was the first public engage ment for the Soviet leaders Motorcycle police escorts sur rounded the Russians sleek black automobile as they drove off from their headquarters at the Hotel through crowds clustering the sidewalks group unanimous he continued receiving an K making adoptionother chorus of A A of the charter by the 12countryjnave it ne ruiecl The Governor won the voice vote handily He arose to shouts of Speech but could not make himself heard above the chorus of Thats down Dick Setterberg explained to the ISC Student Killed in Crash Near Boone BOONE Dale Herman student at Iowa that the New Soil Bank Plan Backed House Group Votes for Prompt Aid WASHINGTON The House Appropriations Committee Thurs day voted for Presi dent Eisenhower to put a soil bank farm plan into effect im mediately The committee vote was 367 to give the administration funds to put into emergency operations the Presidents plljn to pay farmers for taking a percentage of the surplus croplands out of produc tion The plan was part of the catch all farm bill which President Eisenhower vetoed because of the1 accompanying Democraticspon sored sections raising farm price supports The veto was upheld by the House Wednesday Some Democrats have been in sisting all along that the soil bank plan can be dealt with under ex isting law if the money is pro vided but the administration as serts it needs new legislation Chairman Cannon DMo re ported that one Democrat and six Republicans voted against the fund in the House committee The entire GOP membership voted against the report on the bill which Rep Taber RNY charged was loaded with politi cal Cannon however declared the committees surprise action would take the farm question out of U N Chief Successful in Mission To Prevent New Clashes From Our Wire Services JERUSALEM Israel and Egypt have agreed to a cease fire the United Nations an nounced Thursday The agreement covers a com plete ceasefire along their much Doubled borders the office of the United Nations truce supervisory organization here said The agreement came as a re sult of the current peace mission to the Middle East by Sec retary General Dag Hammar skjold Its acceptance by Israel and Egypt means that the key object ive of the mission assigned Ham marskjold by the Security Council has been achieved Prevent Clashes It will prevent further clashes between the two sides and damp en the possibility of an Arab Israeli war which had threatened to set the whole Mideast aflame A spokesman said the Is raeli and Egyptian governments notified Hammarskjold that as from 6 10 CST Wednesday orders were in force on both sides that no military or paramilitary forces including College from Wcslside was killed Wednesday night when his car went out of control several miles west of Boone on Highway 30 He was the son of Mrs Dora Kruse of Westside The youth was alone at the time of the accident An usual Mills Wont Quit as Des Moines Mayor DES MOINES CUP Mayor Ray Mills announced Wednesday he has changed his mind and lie will not resign as Des Moines chief administrative officer The doctors thought the pres 4 Men Caught in Cavein of Mine SUNNYSIDE Utah cue crews struggled all night in the dim cramped quarters of a cavcdin mine in an attempt to reach four men trapped under tons of coal and rock by an in ternal mine explosion Veteran miners worked in re lays inside the No 2 mine of the Kaiser Steel Co Wednesday when an abrupt compression of mine ascs rocked floors and walls of the cavern like an earthquake An official directing the rescue nonregular across the forces may shoot demarcation line or pass over that line for any pur pose The United Nations spokesman said orders for implementation and assurances to observe the cease fire were given to the bor der forces of both sides by Israel and Egypt at Hammarskjolds re quest Apparently up to the last min ute however there was friction along the border An Egyptian military spokesman said in Gaza that Egyptian troops refrained from firing on an Israeli patrol that approached their positions near Deir El Balah Thursday morning Egypt has complained to the Mixed Armistice Commis sion he said Repeated Conferences Announcement of the cease fire climaxed 11 days of peacemak ing efforts by Hammarskjold He flew to the Middle East April 9 and met with Israeli and Egyp tian leaders in repeated confer ences which sought to reach a settlement Hammarskjold conferred last week with Egyptian Premier Ga mal Abdel Nasser and during the last two days with Israeli Pre mier David BenGurion Each finally agreed to his pleas for a ceasefire so that differences be tween the two countries could be worked out agninst a more peace ful background TRUCK FINES AMES The state has col lected Si in fines during the sure might have been too much efforts said there was smalllasl eRnt montlis The Governor paid for the cofifor Mills said Bui I dontichrmce the men vVould bo found fee Im going to stay on ialivc A AP Wirephoto A SMILE A de Monaco smiles as she waves from her car to cheering per sons lining the highway follow ing her marriage to Prince Rainier gree murder trial of Charles Tudor 27 Winthrop was dis missed Thursday and the case ordered retried in the Septem ber court term The case went to the jury of seven men and five women at p m Tuesday Tudor is accused of shooting Gordon Merritt 32 Walker his wifes former husband as the two sat in a parked car in front of Tudor home Jan 4 thorities said his car turned end ever end for a distance of several hundred feet and landed in a ditch SULLIVAN DIES i MILWAUKEE Blackic Sullivan 51 onetime underworld character died Wednesday night in a hospital bed CAMERAS OKD DES MOINES of news and television cameras will be permitted in all future trials and hearings in Des Moines Municipal Court under an agreement an nounced Wednesday truckers whose vehicles were overloaded the Iowa Highway Commission reported Wednesday About SAME The Weather Mason City Mostly fair with little change in temperature Thurs day night and Friday High Friday 58K2 Low Thursday night near 30 Iowa Mostly fair with no impor tant temperature change Thurs day night and Friday Low Thursday night 3037 Minnesota Fair and cool I GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Wednesday 60 Minimum Wednesday night 28 At 8 a m Thursday 42 NO of the TenFifteen Coffee Club in Mason City shout Sit down as Gov Leo Hoegh of Iowa stands nonplused after having been elected club YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 81 51   

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