January 20, 1989 |
So you're having the prime minister of India over for dinner and everything appears to be going beautifully in spite of that crack you made about the Taj Mahal not quite fitting into your camera frame the way you expected. Conversation is flowing along and the visitors seem relaxed as they wait for the entree: a delicately prepared beef Wellington. If you notice that one of the guests is temporarily missing, however, it will be Mary Bonino Jones.
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March 22, 1988
Retired Army Chief of Staff Gen. William C. Westmoreland stopped over briefly in Orange County Monday en route to Palm Springs, where he will spend a few days as a house guest of Bob Hope before turning around and coming back here later in the week. Westmoreland, commander of U.S. military forces in Vietnam from 1964-68 and chief of staff from 1968-72, was met at John Wayne Airport by the Santa Ana High School band and the school's Naval Junior ROTC drill team.
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April 26, 1992
Recent articles in The Times concerning Disneyland's association and relationship to the Anaheim City Council have been very disturbing to me personally because for 24 years as Disneyland's community affairs manager, my responsibilities included governmental affairs. In that capacity it was my privilege to interface with government officials at city, county, state and federal levels. Since Anaheim is known as the home of Disneyland, it is important that positive public relations be maintained with all facets of the community.
June 18, 1992 |
Guests got a taste of Hungary on Sunday when the board of directors for the International Visitors and Protocol Foundation of Orange County staged a Hungarian dinner. About 100 people, many of them Hungarian, turned up at the Aurora restaurant in Fullerton to enjoy Hungarian music, song and food. The $40-per-person event was held in honor of Andras Marton, the first consul general appointed by Hungary to head its new consulate in Los Angeles.
February 18, 1988 |
In a darkened ballroom at the Irvine Hilton & Towers on Saturday night, a spotlight sought out the colorful flags of 42 countries and their respective consuls general. But "A Slice of Orange," the fourth annual Orange County Protocol Foundation ball, turned out to be more than a salute to the International Consular Corps. The white-tie gala also celebrated the county's advancement in international trade and the destination point it has become for visitors from all over the world.