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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Men., Sept. 16, 1974 Interclub Winners The winning Elmcrest Golf and Country club team in final play of the Cedar Rapids-Marion in- terclub tournament and the Martha Cobb trophy winner show off their trophies following play at Northbrook Friday. Team members are, seated, from left: Mrs. Ray Spiel- man, 738 Twenty-seventh street NE, and Mrs. Raymond Ashlock, 1 268 Thirty-third street SE, and standing, from left, Mrs. Robert Young, 3617 Skylark lane SE; Mrs. Robert Condon, 4312 Northwood drive NE, and Mrs. F. G. Johnson, 3866 Tomahawk trail SE. At right is Mrs. Arlen Blank, 616NilsenroadNE, winner of the Martha Cobb trophy. For final team standings, see under golf. Gazette ohoto by L. W. Word Society YW Workshop Friday A workshop in understand- ing racist relationships and practices has been scheduled by the YWCA Friday from 9: 30 to The "Kaleidoscope" panel of women from the greater Des Moines YWCA will lead the workshop and a panel comprised of persons from a variety of backgrounds will share their experiences with racist policies and prac- tices and speak on their opin- ions on "inequities in socie- ty." The workshop is open to any interested women in the area. Participants will also be at- tending from other YWCAs in Eastern Iowa. The group will work on ways to Implement the YW's imperative: "To and as a water safety instruc- tor. In addition to holding posi- tions as lifeguard and swim- ming instructor, she has taught physical education in public schools and for the last two years has served as coor- dinator-counselor for IIACAP in its neighborhood Youth Corps program. Other staff changes at the YW include: Dolores Cortcz, office manager; Marion Thompson, clerk-receptionist; Meribeth. Kleis, evening re- ceptionist, and Eliza, McGowan, housekeeper. SHOWER GIVEN FOli CATHY SEVEUSON Miss Cathy Seve'rson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Severson, 3012 Eastern avenue NE, was honored at a bridal shower given Sunday at 2 by Mrs. Joe Browcr, 501 Thirty-second street NE. Co- hostess to the 40 guests was Mrs. Alan Smejkal. Miss Severson is the Oct. 12 bride- elect of John Siepman, son of Mrs. Leo Siepman, First avenue NW. thrust our collective power to- ward the elimination of rac- ism whercver.it exists and by any means necessary." Registration will be and includes reference materi- als and the luncheon. Playschool for children will be available at a small fee. Reg- istration may be made by call- ing the YW, 365-1458. New director of the iicallh- rccrealion department at Iho YW this fall is Pam Dranl of Ml. Vernon. A graduate of the University of Iowa, Mrs. Drant has an American Itc-d Cross certification In first aid CORRECTION The meeting place of Ihc Foster Parents society was incorrectly listed in Sunday's Gazette. II will be held at Central Park Presbyterian church and not al Ihc Sirloin V Brew restaurant. The Ga- zette regrets the error. ON THIS DATE in 1038, the future French king, Louis XIV, was born. Reception Given For the Beosmores A wedding reception honor- ing Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Beasmorc, 1740 Richmond road NE, was given Sunday at the United Methodist church in Aiburnetl. Mrs. Bcasmore is the form- er Marguerite Wilson. The Beasmores were married Aug. 17 at the Little Brown church in Nashua Golf Interclub Mrs. Robert Condon was medalist following (he final round of interclub play Friday at Northbrook. Team stand- ings al Hie end of the tourna- ment are: Elmcrcst Ellis CRCC Indian Creek Squaw Creek Twin Pines and Jones Winner of (ho Martha Cobb trophy for low individual scores for the interclub play this season is Mrs. Arlen Blank. MARVALENE LUKES FETED AT SHOWER Miss Marvalcne Lukes, Oct. 5 bride-elect of Richard Par- sons, 19 Summer circle NE, was honored at a miscella- neous bridal shower given Sunday at 2 by Mrs. Gary Stake, 1510 J avenue NE. Miss April Parsons was co-hostess to Ihe 22 guests. Parents of the engaged couple arc Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lukes, rural Marion, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Pflughaupt, 1235 Center Point road NE. Bridge West Side Club Mitchell movement winners of the game played Sunday at VVelty-Way were: North-south Dr. Imoehl and Clayton Mossman, first, and Mrs. F.G. Johnson and Mrs. Howard Wilfong, second; east-west Marilyn Burali-Forli and Keith V. Hanson, first, and Ruth Helm and Thomas Hare, second. The next game will be played Thursday at at VVelty-Way. Marion Club Winners of a Howell move- ment game played Saturday at al Ihe YWCA were: Sieve Chittick and Keith Bean, first and Mrs. K.V. Harrington and Richard Golembiewski, sec- ond. The next game will be played Wednesday at al the YWCA. love is... foitr I tin money to buy her I'rciich We don't care what you say, chances are you can lose weight. For class nearest you DIAL Open Monday and Thursday evenings 'til 9 Petite Enchantress" A Victorian gown of white sata-mist and cluny lace, designed especially for the tiny bride with its own court length, lace bordered veil. Junior petite size 3 to 1 5 in white only Sridol Gowns from to Attendants gowns to Register Now! You may win a CERTIFICATE to apply on any bridal purchase. fjoxf drawing Sopf. 30 August Winner! LINDA HEAFNER Codar Rapids. Bride Trade Rules Proposed By Michael S. Barrett The husband bo required to stall a By Michael S. Barrett CA1UO (DPI) The Arab version of the mail-order bride is legal but too often young wives end up many miles from home and little more than slaves to husbands old enough to be their grandfathers. The Egyptian government wants to put a stop to It. According to a report published recently in the semi-offi- cial Al Ahram newspaper, nearly 10 girls are sold each week, especially in summer, through marriage contracts to hus- bands they have never seen. They find themselves in Libya, Qatar, Kuwait, Abu Dhabi and other Arab states, unable to cope with their new lives and wanting to go home, sometimes suffering nervous break- downs, bruises and starvation. The bride broker may be a taxi or truck driver who shut- tles across the desert to neighboring Libya. He has the power of attorney to purchase girls, many of them from the poorer section of Glza outside Cairo, for a fixed price her parents gladly accept. _ The to .0 his social status, income. former wives, nmsl certify Its ap the that without these protective measures, there Is IIUIc. No Dowry Requested "But they gave us 200 pounds and they didn't ask for any dowry and I do not think I could ever have a like amount in my hands one mother told Amer Mahgoub, undersecretary of stale in the notary affairs section of the justice ministry. To marry legally with parent's consent in .Egypt a girl must be 16, but often parents claim their daughter is of age even though she is not. A committee of representatives from the notary affairs office and interior and foreign ministries approved a resolu- tion for curbing these contract marriages. 11 proposes: Marriages through an intermediary representative be outlawed when the bridegroom never appears and his age, so- cial position and previous marriages are unknown. The interior ministry refuse to issue passports to girls unless the husband deposits money for her return to Egypt in the event of divorce. the eyes of the public." Statistics show that in 1973 and the arranged marriages took place b between Egyptian girls and men from other Arab some in their 60s, 70s and 80s. Arrive In Bad Condition One embassy wrote July 7 to the undersecretary of the foreign ministry consular affairs department, saying the brides could become quite a problem. Two or three such girls were showing up each week, sometimes as early as two days after arrival in the bridegroom's homeland, often in bad physical and mental condition, asking for passage money home. Al Ahram gave the example of an Egyptian girl sold to a husband in another country who divorced her. Others prom- ised to help and even give her a holiday in Beirut, where she was sold into white slavery, losing the last hope of contact with her home. The newspaper said several Arab countries have prom- ised to take up the problem. So far only Abu Dhabi has pledged to help by turning down a girl's application for entry visa unless the government approves of her husband's age and financial status and she of the match itself. Karey Meier Is Wed Marriage vows were repeat- ed Saturday at St. Paul's Unit- ed Methodist church by Miss Karey J. Meier and David D. Trickle, 320 Fourteenth street, Marion. The ceremony was performed by Dr. Arnold Herbst. Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Wayne K. Meier, Norwood drive SE, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Trickle if Plaltesville, Wis. Cluny lace trimmed the )ride's gown of voile which was styled with a square neck- ine, lantern sleeves and a Mrs. Trickle deep self-ruffle al the hemline. Her elbow-length veil was caught to a Camelot head- piece and she carried a coloni- al bouquet of while and blue carnations and yellow roses. Kalby Meier, sister of the bride, attended as maid of honor and bridesmaids were Barb Meierotto and Sue Web- ster. Their halter gowns of royal blue jersey featured V- nccklines and matching jack- ets. They carried feathered mums arranged around large yellow mums. Mike Mason served as best man and groomsmen were Dave Gardner and John Jahn. Guests were sealed by Wayne Meier, jr.. brother of the bride, and John Alossio. A reception for 175 guests was given at the church fol- lowing the ceremony. After a wcddlns (rip to Lake of (he Ozarks the newlyweds will be at home at the Marion address. The bride has been a studenl al Kirkwood Commun- ity college and is employed by Dr. C.W. Briggs. Mr. Trickle is employed Pearson Wall Systems. By Abigail Van Burcn DEAR ABBY: Is there something wrong with my sense of humor, or is my husband sick? He's a tease, a clown and an all-around kidder. The problem is that most of his kidding is downright cruel. He has said things to the children and me that have hurl us dee- lily, and when we become upset, he laughs and says, "I was only kidding...can't you take a He's done tills with others, but, heaven forgive me, some- times I wish snmi'imc would punch him. Why does a person have to hurl und insult others and then try to pass il off as a joke? Don't tell me I'll get used to it. We've been married 16 years, and I.still hale il as much as I did 16 years I honestly believe lie's sick. 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