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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, April 26, 1953, Image 98

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Eisenhowers to Hear Opera
The President and Mrs. Eisen
hower will attend the opening
performance of the short season
of Metropolitan Opera tomorrow
evening in the Capitol Theater.
The visiting opera company will
open with “La Boheme” and
will give three other perform
ances, one Tuesday evening with
a double bill of '“I Pagliacci”
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a matinee of “Rigoletto," and
Wednesday evening, “Samson
and Delilah.”
The Chief Executive and First
Lady will be guests of the presi
dent of Loew’s, Inc., which owns
the Capitol Theater, and Mrs.
Nicholas Schneck. The distin
guished guests will be received at
the door of the theater by the
general manager of the Metro
politan Opera Company, Mr. Ru
dolf Bing, and the local manager
for the Opera, Mrs. Andrew J.
Snow.
Many small and informal din
ner parties are set for a very
early hour so that hosts and
guests will not miss the opening
scene as the curtain will go up at
8:10. In addition there are
equally numerous supper parties
planned after the performance.
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MISS ELEANOR NEWRMN
Engaged to
Mr. Samuel Burka.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray J. New
man announce the engagement
of their daughter, Eleanor, to
Mr. Samuei Burka, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry L. Burka.
The bride-elect attended the
Rochester Institute of Technology
and was graduated from the
Rochester Business Institute in
Rochester, N. Y.
Mr. Burka is a graduate of
Benjamin Franklin University
and served in the Army during
the last war.
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MRS. JAMES E. CUNNINGHAM
The former
Miss Mary V. Williams.
Miss Mary Virginia Williams,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.
G. Williams of Alexandria, was
married on April 18 to Mr.
James Eugene Cunningham. He
;is the son of Mrs. Catharyn
! Cunningham of Arlington. Fa
| ther O’Hara performed the cere
i mony held at. St. Ann’s Church
and the Catholic Daughter's
Club was the scene of the re
ception.
After a Daytona Beach wed-
I ding trip, the couple will re-
I side in Arlington.
Robert Davis
To Take Bride
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maravalli
of Dunlo, Pa., announce the en
gagement of their daughter,
Eugenia Rose, to Mr. Robert D.
Davis, son of Mrs. John L. Ball
of Yakima, Wash.
Miss Maravalli was graduated
from George Washington Uni
versity and is a member of the
Zeta Tau Alpha sorority.
Mr. Davis is a graduate of the
University of Washington and is
at present employed by the
1 United States Government.
New Envoy's Wife Finds
Much to Like in America
(Continued From Page D-l.)
he and Mme. Abdul Rahim will
travel in this country.
Other Changes
The absence of the very
popular Pakistan Ambassador
Mohammed Ali who now is
Prime Minister of his country,
is keenly felt in Washington.
Begum Mohammed Ali re
mained here as his trip home
was expected to be brief. She
has set no time to join him
in Karachi and probably will
be here until the close of the
current school year when their
two children can accompany
her home.
No appointment of a new
ambassador in this Capital has
been made nor has there been
any one chosen to take the
place of Minister S. M. Burke,
who left for his new post in
Rio de Janiero shortly before
the Ambassador returned to
Pakistan. The Charge d’-
Affaires in Washington is First
Secretary M. Shafqat.
Retiring Commercial Coun
selor of the Canadian Em
bassy, Mr. Johft H. English,
will not leave Washington be
for the end of May and Mrs.
English will remain until their
daughter Marion completes her
year at National Cathedral
School. Mrs. English and
Marion will leave in mid-June
for Ottawa to join Mr. Eng
lish, who has been appointed
director of the Canadian Trade
Commissioner Service. Mr.
English has been with the
service for 25 years and has
been its representative in New
York, Dublin, London and
Johannesburg before coming
to Washington five years ago.
New Vice Chairman
Col. Heliodoro Murillo, as
sistant military attache of the
Bolivian Embassy, has been
selected as vice chairman of
the Inter-American Defense
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Invitations have been issued
by the Colombian Naval At
tache and Senora de Baquero
for a reception Friday, May 1,
at 7 o’clock, in honor of Col.
and Senora de Murillo. The
party will be given in the
Inter-American Defense Board
headquarters at 2600 Sixteenth
street.
Fetes on Embassy Row
French Ambassador and
Mme. Bonnet were hosts last
evening entertaining at dinner
in honor of the Chief Justice
and Mrs. Fred M. Vinson.
New Zealand Ambassador
and Mrs. Leslie Knox Munro
will be hosts at a reception
Monday, May 18, in honor of
the Prime Minister, the Rt.
Hon. Sidney George Holland.
The official will arrive the day
before on his way to London
and the coronation of Queen
Elizabeth 11. Prime Minister
Holland will go to Ottawa on
the 19th and will sail from
Montreal for England.
Indian Ambassador G. L.
Mehta will entertain at dinner
Friday, May 15, in honor of the
retiring Military and Naval
Attache and Mrs. P. C. Ban
erji. Brig, and Mrs. Banerji
will not leave until the latter
part of May and will give a
cocktail party for the former’s
successor, Brig. P. C. Gupta
and Mrs. Gupta, Wednesday,
May 20. The cocktail party
will be given in the embassy.
Brig, and Mrs. Gupta will
arrive in New York tomorrow
and the latter will be given a
tea, Friday, May 1, by Mrs.
Banerji when she will invite
a small group of ladies to meet
her.
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Skineateles, N. Y.
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