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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, S, 1971 THE IETHBKIOGE HMALD 21 Mother is a racing driver, and enjoys the competition FAST WOMAN Louise Roberga Is a fast woman end she's among the few women in the world who drive formula cars professionally. She is a partner in a Quebec City graphic arts firm and she skates, sails, canoes, rides a motorcycle and has had a go at skydiving. Mrs. Roberge is shown behind the wheel of her Lotus 69. Ann Land ers DEAR ANN LANDERS; I have been married less than eight years and have been beaten up at least ten times by my husband. Here are some of the reasons: The car wouldn't start. (I used it last, so it must be my fault.) The TV broke down. (I sit around all clay with the set on and weaken the tubes.) The super is lousy. Can't I fix something tasty for a change? (Of course I could if he'd give me enough money to buy a half-way decent: piece of meat.) Don't tell me to leave him. My pastor and the lady at Family Service suggested it but they don't understand that the man has some good sides to him. He loves his kids very much but. when it comes to me, forget it. 1 don't know what I'm doing wrong he is a wonderful person except for his temper. Can you help Feelings DEAR H. F.: I can't do a tiling for a woman who has been beaten up ten times and thinks her husband is a "won- derful person." You don't want advice, you just want some- erne who will listen to your complaints. I'm glad you wrote. Do so again anytime and keep a crash helmet handy for future "emergencies." A DEAR ANN LANDERS: Will you please teU me if a guest who has been invited to dinner (in a restaurant) is expected to leave the tip? I am frank to admit I do not know the answer. Our son, Lou, was invited by another couple to join them for dinner. He said when the dinner was over, the waiter brought the check and the host took it. When they got up to leave, the host looked at Lou and said something like, "Well Lou didn't understand what he meant. The host then fished around in his pocket lor some change and left it under his plate. A few moments later it dawned on Lou that perhaps he was expected to leave the tip. Is this considered proper etiquette? Thanks for your Tree, Ark. DEAR ARK.: The tip is considered part of the cost of the meal. A guest is not expected to pay it. When Lou ta-eats the host couple, he will, of course, pay for a gra- cious host should. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Your definition for the difference between a wife and mistress was pretty cute. would have been better, however, had you used words which were more descriptive. For example: Passive Acquiescense versus En- thusiastic Co-operation. In fact, when there is Enthusiastic Cooperation a mistress is Fe DEAR FE: Thanks for improving my language. From now on I'll use yours. Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Tunes-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611. If yqujre going to learn only one word of Portuguese in your life may we suggest "DA'O" PRODUCT OF PORTUGAL DAO T6RRAS ALIAS VIN HO TINTO PORTUGUESE HCD TABLE WINE By KEN POLK EDMONTON (CP) Louise Hoberge is a faaaast woman! T w e n t y -s e v e n and Uio mother of iliree children, the pretty brunetle from Quelwo City is one of a rare breed. She's among the few women in the world who drive for- ma 1 a cars those funny machines that are little more than a powered fuel tank on wheels. "I like the she says when why she races cars, struggling to find the words in English In de- scribe her love for what is primarily a man's sport. "I like it not only in motor racing, but also in the other things I like to do. J also like the gamble. For me it's not work. It's a pleasure." As well as campaigning for the national Formula Ford championship, she is a part- ner in a Quebec City graphic arts firm. And if this and her racing aren't enough, she also sails, skates, ca'noes, rides a motorcycle and has had a go at skydiving. In case you're thinking this is a gravel-voiced female who would be at home in a lumber camp, Louise Hoberge is a slim five feet four inches and weighs exactly 100 pounds. She snd Louis Germain, her partner in Caractera Inc., their graphic arts firm, form the racing team sponsored by a tobacco company. The cars are white with a rainbow stripe. This season was Lmu'se's first crack at national compe- tition, racing against men who have bce.i doing it for years. But she has not placed in the money. Her husband Matthieu, chief pharmacist at Quebec City's Hopital Christ-Eoi, has been a (treat help. "He was the first to encour- age me to race and this is the first time he is not with she said during 'an interview in the back of a truck in the pits at Edmonton Interna- tional Speedway between heals of a recent race. What do her children, aged eight, five and seven, think of their mother being a race driver? "I think for them it's oolite normal. They've always been involved and I think it's just like a girl who is an her children are used to it and don't think it's unusual." Louise doesn't let the thought of a crash stop her from giving a race all she can. T flipped the Mini at Trois-Riviercs after I braked too late before a turn but I wasn't hurt although the car looked like an accordion." The only other crash she has had was at le Circuit when the suspension failed on the Cooper. "I think, in a way, it's a good thing to have a crash. It's not too terrible to flip be- cause everything is fastened down and there's really little danger. It's not too terrible at all." She says men watch her carefully "it it's their first race with her but "when they real- ize you're not a danger they consider you as just another driver." "They are all gentlemen find they want to give me the track but after all they are also in the race to win." Sho says she's happy with Formula Ford, one of the smaller classes where engines displace cubic centi- metres, but she gets a far- away gleam in her eye when you ask whether she would like to get into something faster. GALA OCCASION GOWNS The smart gala-occasion gowns ore back on store racks and ihe long evening skirt has replaced evening pants. Black is top interest for fall late-day wecr. At right is a featherweight wool jersey for daytime-into-late-day wear and at left, elegant black chiffon in pleated skirt and full sleeves. Illl of local h The Writers' Workshop is holding its monthly meeting .Saturday at p.m. in the Fish and Game Association Hall at the comer of 10th St. and 9th Ave. S. Mr. M. Ordt from the University of Lethbridge English department will he speaking. Pot-luck lunch will be served after the meeting. A dance will be held at the Assumption School (Wth St. and 14th Ave. S.) to the music of the Westerners Orchestra at p.m. on Saturday, sponsor- ed by the Lcthbridge Old Time Dance Club. Waltzes, fox-trots, circle-two stops etc. Everyone welcome. T 4 The Loyal Order of Mnnse will hold a card and dart, night Saturday at B p.m. in the Moose Hall. For members only. The regular monthly luncheon of the Iicthbridge Christian Wo- men's Club will be held Mon- day at p.m. at Sven Erick- scn's Restaurant. Music will be provided by Mrs. Annabelle Pnieggar on the accordian. Featured speaker is Mr. Ken Mclver, former clu'ef of police from Calgary. For reservations phone Mrs. Evelyn Hoset 327- 5979. Nursery available. All wel- come. Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold its regular dance Saturday at pm. in Southminster hall. All square dancers welcome. Women are HH-tria asked to please bring a lunch. Failh Rebekah Lodge will hold a meeting Monday at 8 p.m. in the IOOF Hall. Alpha Thola Rho girls will hold a bingo following tho meeting. Rcbekahs and friends welcome. The Ukrainian Men's Club Is sponsoring a dance Saturday night at R p.m. in the Polish Hall, corner of 7th Ave. and 13th St., with music by The Southerners. Lunch will be served. Members and invited guesls welcome. HOPE FOR CHILDREN WHO CANT IEARN About one mil- lion Canadian children are victimj of leorning disability. They may be labelled slow learners, emotionally disturbed, hyperactive or anylhing else that adds up failure in ichool, But mony of theso children can taught, with Ihe proper methods. Road bout piythotogist's im- pressivo breakthrough IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE FROZEN FOODS SALE! PRICES EFFECTIVE In Lethbridge Nov. 5-6 A homemalcer's best, friend on busy days is a goorl variety of fine frozen foodi Vegetables without the fuss of cleaning. Potatoes that can be ready in minutes. Dinners and meat pies that whisk in and out of the oven in no time. Fruit and cream pis to please the most discriminating tastes. Many, many other fine foods. You'll find them all in this big sale at savings. Take home a large supply at these low prices! Be! Air Vegetables Chopped Broccoli or Canada Fancy Kernel Corn, Mixed Vegs., Green Peas 2-lb. net wt. bag........ CREAM PIES STRAWBERRIES APPLE PIES FRENCH FRIES ICE CREAM Bel Air 5 Flavours 14-oz. net wt. siza Bel Air, Sliced Canada Fancy 15-oz. net wt. pkg. Bel Air Premium Quality ............................24-oz, net wt. size Bel Air Plain or Shoestring Canada Fancy............... 4-lb. bag 2? 2179 Snow Star 4 delicious flavours.....3 pint carton 57 C C MEAT PIES Manor House Beef, Chicken or Turkey 8-oi. net wf. size for VEGETABLES Frozo Cauliflower or Regular Cut Green Beans .......2-lb. bag for Budget Stretching Super Savers CAKE MIXES--- POTATO CHIPS 21 WBBBB Regular Tri net wt. pkg. Mi Jb CORNFLAKES- ,_2i89< r Ai tn I UfitLo 2 ron 5SC APPLE STANDING RIB ROAST Prepared for easy carving. Canada Choice Canada Good Beef PORK PICNICSas ,39 CIRC BAPflN Burns'slicecl 7C wlUC DHvUH Shamrock, Rindless Ib. D. Al r Ltd POTATOES-- 20i 97 We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. SAFEWAY CAN A ;