Milestones, Apr. 28, 1947

Married. Countess Victoria Calvi di Bergolo, 19, tall, brunette niece of ex-King Umberto of Italy; and 28-year-old Count Guglielmo Guarienti di Brezone, member of an old Verona family; in Alexandria, Egypt. The ceremony, brightened by royal relatives—including Umberto and the bride's grandfather, ex-King Victor Emmanuel—was somewhat marred by an unfulfilled threat (presumably by a few local Italian republicans) to bomb the church.

Married. The Hon. Richard Frederick Wood, 26, son of the Earl of Halifax, Britain's wartime Ambassador to the U.S.; and Diana Kellett, 20; in London. During the British Eighth Army's North African campaign, the bridegroom lost both legs.

Married. Princess Catherine...

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