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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Snlurdny, Mnvtmbet 20, 1971 THF IF7II6RIDGE HCRAtD 17 MR. AND MRS. TERRANCE LEO BEIANGER BelangerSkeith Wedding vows were exchang- ed on October 23 in a double ring candlelight ceremony at First United Church l.eth- bridge, between Diane Cather- ine Skeith, eldest daughter a! Mr. and Mrs. Donald Skeith of New Dayton, and Ton-ance Belanger, only son of IUr. and Mrs. Earl Belanger of Calgary. The officiating clergy was Pas- tor Peter Walker of Fort Mac- leod, Mrs. Dorothy Glock was organist and Miss Colleen Kec- nan of Calgarj1, soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a full length gown of while crepe trimmed with pink and silver, which she had made herself. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink and white carnations and roses. The bride's only or- nament was an heirloom gold cross belonging to a great, great aunt. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Miss Laura Skeith, Calgary, sister of the bride. Miss Kathy Belanger. also of Calgary and sister of the groom was bridesmaid. Both girls were attired in full len g t h gowns of deep pink chiffon trimmed in silver. The pink and while carnations were accented with blue forget-me-nots. Attending the groom as best man was Mr. Robert Thomp- son, Lethbridge. Grooms man was Mr. Ron McKitrick of Quesnel, B.C., and guests were ushered by Mr. Ian Skeilh, New Dayton, brother of the bride and Mr. David Braun of Leth- bridge. Tire guest book was at- tended by Miss Alison Skeith, New Dayton, sister of the bride. Approximately 150 guests at- tended a dance and buffet sup- per at the German Canadian Club. The master of ceremonies I for the evening was Mr. Stew- i art Skeith, New Dayton. j Mr. Eric Faulkner from Cal- j gary, uncle of the groom, pro- j posed the toast to the bride. Out-of-town guests included peo- 1 pie from Calgary, Airdrie. j Edmonton, New Dayton. Kelow- na, B.C. and Ottawa, Ontario. The couple is now residing at 1607 Scenic Heights, Leth- bridge. Both are continuing their studies at the University of Lethbridge. MR. AND MRS. GORDON WAYNE LOW Low-Volh St. Andrew's Presbyterian i Dogterom and Miss Charleen Church was tlie scene for the Schweitzer of Lethbridge. They exchange of double ring vows i (h of between Valerie Jean Voth, I i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-i crepe with lace trim ir__ n f and liam R. Voth, and Gordon Wayne Low. son of Mrs. Irene Low and the late Mr. Clcsson Low, of Lethbridge. The candlelight ceremony bouquets of white and pink baby mums. They wore lockets, a gift of the bride. Attending the groom were was performed by Rev. L. D. i Mr. Age Van Leeuwen and Mr. Hankinson. Mr. Wilfred Jensen Charles Towle of Calgary. Ush- of Lelhbridge and Mrs. Boyd ers included Mr. Gordon Con- Low of Winnipeg were soloists 1 nady of Taber and Mr. Roger for the occassion. i MacAdam of Lethbridge. Entering the church on the i Mr. Gerry FIT was master arm of her father, the bride I of ceremonies at the reception chose a full length gown of i held in St. Andrew's Church white peau d'ange with a coat i Hall and Mr. Wilfred Lake of train trimmed with lace and j Fort Saskatchewan proposed full length puffed sleeves fitted the toast lo the bride. Miss it the cuff. She wore a head i Hebra Voth. of Caoldale. cou- dress of pearls with a waist sin of the bride, was in charge MR. AND MRS. GEORGES-EMILE APRIl April-Collins Mr. and Mrs. Georges-Emile the groomsmen were the bride's April recently exchanged wed- four brothers. Douglas. Cal- j ding vows in the Nazarene jgary, Barric, Manitoba. John, Church of Lethbridge. Mrs. j Ontario, and Graham Collins, April, formerly Miss Gloria- j Winnipeg. Dawn Collins, was given away by her guardian father. Mr. John Molden. She is the only daughter of Mr. ajid Mrs. John Molden of Lethbridge. Mr. Scarlet Rcom at Sven Erick- Georgcs Emile April is Family Restaurant, with eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul- Mr. Don Hlibka acting as mas- Emile April of L'Assomption, fer of ceremonies. Mr. John Collins paid tribute to the bride, included April motored Photo by de Jourdan MR. AND MRS. TERRY J. VISOSKY Visosky-Slohoda Usherettes were Miss Sharon Nickolauson and Miss Connie Whiteford. The reception was held in tire Rev. R. W. K. Elliott official-' ed at a double ring ceremony j uniting Terri Sloboda. of .Air. ii'id Mrs. Slo-! bod a of and Terry J. Visosky, son of Mrs. Esther j Visosky and the late Mr. olas Visosky of at the Buchanan Chapel, Sourh- muisior United Church. Maid of honor wa tlie cenlre of fnir.ily life and is 1 looked upon ns a goddess, guide for the- whole family, lages where they could b? rais- ing more food, and are flock- ing to the cities. Q? What is the wage scale compared with Canada? A: Well, it is difficult to com- This role is not changing for women as it is in other coun- tries. But in the villages the wom- en still cannot understand why two children make up a family I unit, because traditionally the older generation leans on the younger in a kind of primitive and in as good health as it Is possible for them to achieve under the terrible conditions which they are now living. Q: Besides money, what do FOR ALL THE LATEST STYLES THE WAY YOU WANT THEM COME TO at the MARQUIS pare of course, but a coolie can I the refugees need? get up to 84 cents a day in the A. Monev js the mos, cities. A white collar worker of m jt such as a secretary might ,w sud) social security concept. Sa (lie j eam a month, a' profes-! more children there are the sjonal social worker with sev I more aid the family unit re- I ceives. Q: What methods are used to educate the villagers about chas, ]ics nomicalh. righl in ferait so that the priorities arc different too. i eral degrees would earn rough-1 does ly but the Me stylets dif- gd in catastTOphes sucli as Pakistan. Tliese are dealt through the UN and Red Cross. But. localise t.his on the of a USC pro- ject in West Bengal where we've working since 1953, a special appeal was made for family planning? Q: With India trying to deal j A: Mothers are paid to have j JL own blems mtra-uterinc devices inserted b j( I and government-sponsored vas- (o MD (hc ectomy programs are can-led ;ion raised quite often: is it humane to give But I personally believe It will take at least 10 years (when the new generation will be in the reproduction age j i group) before the effects of the A. -y flre thev I birth control program _ will be ,eft i felt. At present there is a net hs non-humanitarian ap- I increase of n million every mf Kf m i Canada should not be asking. I supplied by individuals. W i t h i Iwo babies are born every j ls a disas. Hie cold season coming up in L.i'.... ter and has lo Ire dealt as Pakistani camps we are going cxpeditiously as any otbiT aster. The these people just enough food i m ,0 hc, Wc (0 to keep thorn alive a little long- lamch our er and thus prolong their suf- have mer date have raised over in funds and gifts in kind. Q: What are gifts in kind? A: Drugs, donated by Cana- drug companies, clothing 11- seconds in 21 million a year. Of this nuni- gcr about eight million die, and l.'t million will continue to live. at least for a time. What are some other points of A: The mortality rate in In- I dia has been dramatically re- ciuoed in iho last 25 j can d fo worW must s, to organizations such as -n i Wo hrt, UNICKF. rSC. churches and of to need warm items such as hlankeu, sweaters, quilts, chil- dren's clothing, towels and bars rourso the government. And _ Indian nation copied the Pakistani refugees of All clothing should lxn with t r e m e n cl o us hospital- i" condition, ily end generosity for wliac can he loft t.ht1 they have gOTie through, hut 1 fiirh-nll in where there is a limit to what they Uicy fx? forwarded to Van- ship: ncr.t nhrnad. in help. We hope people will lv as Mler-fnd people crnn'cs n j pcnorcus (hip yenr to 01 ir cnm i bet l ill nmin.i the illiteracy rale 's very much lower now: 70 per cent of the ns clnld popul.Tiion goes to school. .__........... The "preen revolution'' in India has liec-n immensely suc- cessful in the tJiroe years, for (he soil i? potentially Iho ir.osi praluclive in t.lio world, and next year it is some foods will exported. t almut Hie employ- nii'iit siluation? A: As in other nation.1-. HXTO is ir.omitinfi es- in (lie ranks of I .lie white collar workers, for HKTO are simply not enoupli iiidus-'s. Calcutta is n Juv.ln'd of nnref-l revolt stirring among tlv yoiing who the prey of nil extremist organiza- tions, TbiMi Ino. India Is .is ui1 in Canada are with increas- ing urbanijTil.ion. priv plo are leaving ihii niral vil- lor country, ard l.ho Paki- as they bavr in Wedding Reports Marriage and Engagement Announcements In All weoding reporfs, marriage and engapement nnnouncements will now be published on i spe- cial poge in The Herald's Saturday edilior. each week. Special requests (or publication en other specific days of the will be given every considerafion- Wedding with or without picture, will be accepted in the following forms: Sfandard Wedding Report- Using the information ycu provide on Tlie Heinld standard wedding report fonn, (available at The RTiPORT ONIY 5.00 TWO COIUMM PICTURE Extended Wedding If you wish information published v.-hich additional to that provided on The stand- ard report form, this will be accepted, and iho entire report will then be charged ai ?0c per court line. Charge for a two column picture with ihii wiiir-up would be. 510.00. rn.ADUNf FOR SATURDAY PUBllCAHON '.'.ill RT P.M. OF THAI WflK TOR ADDITIONA1 INFORMAIION PlfASF Phone 328-4411 Family Editor The Lethbridge Herald ;