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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE September Ann Landers MR AND MRS WILLIAM ROBERT BLENNER-HASSETT Blenner-Hassett Bartosek The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 10th Avenue chapel, was the setting for the exchange of double-ring wedding vows between Miss Pauline Bar- tosek, daughter of Mr and Mrs Steve Bartosek, and William Robert Blenner- Hassett, son of Mr and Mrs Robert A Blenner-Hassett all of Lethbndge Officiating at the ceremony was Bishop Ruedon Selk, with organist Marlene Barker and soloist Mary Ann Leishman The bride wore a traditional gown of lace trimmed with pearls and a matching waist- length veil which was held in place with a pearl-trimmed headpiece She earned a bouquet of orchids, stephanotis and talisman roses Maid of honor was Cindy Bartosek, sister of the bride, with bridal attendants Dawna Harker Clarisse Sivyer and Robbie Blenner-Hassett, sister of the groom All wore gowns of dotted swiss and carried white parasols decorated with yellow daisies, talisman roses and greenery Flowergirls were Dellyn Holladav and Darla Elder, cousins of the bride Both wore yellow dresses and carried white baskets with daisies Best man was Mark Void, with groomsmen Ron Harker, Warren Whitmore and Bob Bach Ushers were LeRay Witbeck and Jerry Shimek A reception and dance were held at the Labor Club with Bill Mclntosh as master of ceremonies Toast to the bride was proposed by Jerry Bar- tosek In attendance at the guest book was Judy Cheyne Following a honeymoon trip to B C and Spokane, the cou- ple took up residence in Lethbndge Wedding announced Dr. Douglas G. Roy and Mrs. Maureen Roy of Lethbridge are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Cheryl Maureen, to Wayne Earl Mont- gomery, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Montgomery of Kindersley, Sask The wedding took place on August 10 at 3 p m in McKillop United Church. Forthcoming marriages MR AND MRS WAYNE CHARLES PETERSEN Petersen Boras Mr and Mrs A Fedor of Barnwell are pleased to an- nounce the forthcoming marriage of their only daughter Aleitta Lucille, to Douglas Hart, eldest son of Rev and Mrs Hart of Crossfield The wedding will take place at 4 p m on September 28 in the Crossfield United Church Mr and Mrs Glenn Riddell Radiant Casuals Stately Classics Traditional or Contemporary OUTDOORS... INDOOR ALLYEAR ROUND Combine for an entirely new and exciting selection of poses and background settings WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY HAS CHANGED and the difference is beautiful A.E. CROSS STUDIO 710 -3rd Ave. South 328-0111 328-0222 Setting... m the studio WEDDING of Prescott, Ont, are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Wanda Jean, to Michael Salter, son of Mr and Mrs Sydney Salter of Lethbridge The wedding will take place on October 12 at Johnstown United Church, Johnstown, Ont Mr and Mrs Ralph Rhea of Fort Macleod are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their elder daughter Dianne, to Jim Campbell son of Mr and Mrs Archie Campbell of Calgary The wedding will take place on October 5 in St Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Fort Macleod Mr and Mrs. Charles Lamer of Wilson Siding are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Sylvia Manelle Evans to Cameron Crofton, son of Mr and Mrs Patrick Crofton of Sidney, B C The wedding will take place on October 26 at 4 p m in the Parish Church of St Augustine Mr and Mrs Bert Nilsson are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Janet Lee to Hal Douglas Culler, son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Culler all of Wamer The wedding will take place on October 5 at 4 p m in the Warner Evangelical Church Rev D J Vornbrock of- ficiated at the marriage of Miss Patricia Ann Boras, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter V Boras of Picture Butte, and Wayne Charles Petersen, son of Mr and Mrs Norman C Petersen of Lethbridge, formerly of Wrentham The double-ring ceremony took place in St Catherine's Roman Catholic Church with Duell Ainscough Double ring marriage vows were exchanged recently between Miss Beverly Rose Ainscough youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Ain- scough of Coutts, and Gary Robert Duell, son of Mr and Mrs Elton Duell of New Dayton Officiating at the ceremony which took place in St Peter's Catholic Church in Milk River was Rev Schuster Organist was Mrs Rex Reynolds with soloist Mrs Brian Harlow Matron of honor was Marion Vornbrock with bridal atten- dants Edith Behiel of Calgary and Phvllis Barrows of Milk River All are sisters of the bride Best man was Ron Minion of Warner with groomsmen Rick Atkins of Edmonton and Rick Duell of New Dayton Ushers were By ran Barrows and Harold Elke A reception and dance was held at the Coutts Civic Centre with master of ceremonies Marvin Behiel. brother-in-law of the bride, of Canmore Toast to the bride was given Jim Blackmer Attending the guest book was Kathv Ain- niece of the bride Following a honeymoon trip In Montana B C and Jasper the couple has taken up residence in Lethbndge Mr and Mrs Henry Wiens Nee Miss Nellie Funk Coaidale Drop In and see our Samples Complete coverage at borne church and reception also available Make your appointment today BeauHul lull length wedding portrails taken in the relaxing almosptwe o1 our Studio Garden OPPOSITE THE CPR STATION 327-2658 Tomorrow is the best reason in the world for having your portrait taken today. Send your love this Christmas with in intimate portrait Our Christmas specials mate ft so anrf ihe cosf is very with 8 package-, 1rom which to choose TERRY BLAND PHOTOGRAPHY Carriage House 1224-3rd Ave S. 327-2673 College Mai! 329-0211 Taber 223-2402 Mrs D Stryker of Foremost as organist Bridesmaids were Carol, Lome and Susan Boras, all sisters of the bride Best man was Randy Petersen, brother of the groom Groomsmen were Lonny Petersen of Calgary, brother of the groom, and David Boras, brother of the bride Ushers were Wayne Lindwall, Perry Kotkas and Morgan Rockenbach, both of Calgary The couple travelled to Radium Hot Springs, Banff and Jasper for a honeymoon, and are residing in Kingston, Ont, where the groom will complete his final year of law studies at Queen's Univer- sity I had a luncheon date today and nearly fell in love I'm sure Jules wouldn't mind if he knew the man He is Dr George Hatem, 63, born in Buffalo, NY, of Lebanese parents, raised in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and he is the most beloved American in The People's Republic of China Our date, in the regal dining room of the Peking Hotel, was arranged by two people who didn't even know each other Mrs Edgar P Snow, a mutual friend who lives in Switzerland, wrote to Dr Hatem, and Dr Grey Dimond of Kansas City telephoned Peking in my behalf when he learned I was going to China I wanted especially to meet Dr Hatem because I had been asked to write a piece for the Reader's Digest, "Sex Among China's Teen-agers Do They Or Don't They'" I felt D- Hatem would be an excellent source since he is the man who performed the miracle of getting nd of prostitution and eradicating VD in the People's Republic Dr Hatem (affectionately called Ma Hai Teh which means "Virtuous One From went to Beirut in 1929 to finish his medical education, then on to Geneva, Switzerland for his degree He selected dermatology as his specialty and decided to spend a year in China studying tropical medicine In 1933, "Dr Ma" went to Shanghai He was appalled by the poverty and wretchedness of the masses and was ready to return to America and set up practice Then he met the late Agnes Smedley (the only American woman buried in Peking's National Revolutionary Martyrs Memorial Park) She and her friends persuaded him that Mao's Fighters desperately needed medical help, so he cast his lot with them against the invading Japanese and decided to stay Working behind the lines as a physician-civilian, Dr Ma carried with him half of a five- pound note, to be matched with the other half, in order to get behind the Kuommtang lines He made the Long March to the Great Wall in 1935 people stai ted and only made it to Yenan one year later) Dr Ma fell in love with a beautiful Chinese actress in 1936 and married her They now have a son, a daughter and four grandchildren The good doctor recounted how "we" (he is so modest he shuns the personal pronoun "I rounded up the prostitutes, discovered 90 per cent had VD, cured them with penicillin and rehabilitated them by changing their thinking They were told, You are not to blame for your plight you have been exploited and sold into prostitution In the New Order you can be respectable and hold good jobs We will help you Many prostitutes became nurses, teachers, office and factory workers "And Dr Ma continued, "we train- ed cadre corps to recognize VD symptoms and we under- took a massive survey by drawing up questionnaires and doing house-to-house canvass- ing in search of cases We held public meetings and educated the people so they wouldn't be ashamed of their illness We pleaded with them to step forward and be treated The battle cry was The cure is sure' Treatment is free' We cannot take syphilis and gonorrhea into the New Order Dr Ma s confidence in this mind-boggling victory was complete and convincing He said, "I would invite a group of venerealogists 'from any country to go through our cities and test one million people I m sure they wouldn't find more than a handful of cases This beloved man still has his American passport but he hasn't been "home" since 1929 The American Medical Association issued him a for- mal invitation If he accepts, this column is an open invita- tion to come to Chicago and the lunch is on me PHOTOGRAPHY 416-13HI Street North, Lethbridge Phones 327-7449. Res. 328-3523 This is the language of Love A Pleasure, A Treasure A Gift without measure This is the Beauty of Love Mystical, Lyrical, Always a miracle This is the wonder of Love Call us and ask to have us send you Our new wedding information sheet Phone 327-7449 Your Guide For Gin Giving GIFT REGISTRY When a Bride wishes our Gift Registry it's the beginning of many happy experiences As she selects the patterns and colors for her household trousseau she gra- ciously provides a guide for years to come Family and friends may consult these records as they shop for wedding gifts and later at anniversary and holiday Jimes Our Bride List... Barb Barnes Betty Brewsler Debta Cronfcite Oebi Debbie Goersen Trudy Hart Pal Hucttala Carol Jofrmso'n te Anne Hester wlonica Ijfltdu Gail iowry Teresa loflermetr Ctflefle Milzel Pafli Ann Mead Cicme McAflam Maureen Prrtehard Dianne Rriea SchnetjJer Donna Suglhara Diane Tcfcneu Gayle Varzan Janel Wesls-rgreen Colleen Weber Elizabelr. Willms Chartcflle' DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd A ;