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To cover Grace Kelly's wedding (see FOREIGN NEWS), some 1,600 reporters swarmed about Monaco. There were al most as many differences of opinion on what had gone on as there were newsmen.

The civil wedding took place in the palace throne room, which was described by I.N.S. as decorated with "gilded damask," by the New York Herald Tribune as "crimson damasked," and by the New York Post as "tapestried and frescoed." During the ceremony Grace Kelly had "tears in her eyes" for the U.P., but the A.P. said flatly: "No tears."...

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