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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May Get ready to escape on your Summer B Free-wheeling Skyway luggage at low Eaton prices 2100 Q650 Lugging your luggage around can take the fun out of vacationing. But there's a way out. Skyway luggage features smooth-rolling nylon wheels on the larger sizes sizes without Just grab the leash and pull Women's sizes in or Cosmetic 31.50 Carry-on 31.50 Pullman 38.50 Pullman with wheels 52.50 Pullman with wheels 66.50 Cheater tote 21.00 it may save you a back ache. Other features include washable Koroseal soft-side aluminum Sanitized-treated taffeta lining. Men's sizes in black or Carry-on 38.50 Two-suiter 45.50 Three-suiter with wheels 59.50 Attache Case 35.00 EATON'S Lower Floor Buy-Une 328-8811 Use your Eaton Account. rj Each finish needs cosmetics' available MONTREAL With the higher cost of your shoes need all the care they can get to help preserve their good looks and extend their life says Del Fox- ton of Tana Co. Ltd. the old days it was spit and with many different kinds of leathers and finishes each one needs a special kind of Mrs. who spends much of1 her time advising salesmen about shoe said in an interview that spe- cial are available and advised custom- ers to inquire about them when buying a new pair of shoes. the man who is selling you the shoes does not know how you should care for then whom are you going to Good shoe care is an extension of good she said. take care to clean your clothes according to the type of fabric they are made whether they are machine-washable or need drycleaning. The same applies to Mrs. Foxton said a lot of glove leather is currently being used for shoes which needs a coat of protection be- fore the shoes worn. glove leather is not pro- tected before one splash from a drop of rain can leave a permanent stain because that kind of leather is very Dyed particularly dyed peau-de-soie shoes worn for formal can have their life span extended if they are treated with a pro- tector before being worn. a a scuff mark can permanently stain the shoes and water can take out the Suede shoes can also be given a coat of protection but should also be brushed regu- larly to remove dirt. problem with shoes is that people's feet per- spire during the Mrs. Foxton said. the shoes are left damp at night they dry harden and eventually Sprays are available which can be used at night to alle- viate the problem. The shoes should be sprayed and allowed to dry on shoe trees. The sprays kill the bacteria created by perspiration and cut down on the problem of feet and shoes. She said many people use the wrong cleaning materials on their shoes. many people use cleaner sprays on their patent leathers. This will re- move the dirt since the sprays are oil-or grease- they leave a film on the shoes which rapidly attracts dust and Patents should be treated with special sprays which are wax-based and feed the leather as well as clean and shine it Herald- Family Women Alive seeks a 'true sense of worth' By BARBARA ROBSON Ont. Women Alive is anything but a women's liberation movement. The fledgling grassroots Christian faith movement for women only is aimed at helping women achieve their sense of says its founder Nell Maxwell of Ont But there all similarity to women's liberation ends. When about from southern Ontario Bibles in to the University of Waterloo campus for the second Women Alive conference May they came to sing hymns and listen to inspirational messages The first conference was held last November in The message to love to see yourself in His eyes and to accept to accept others and your lot in life. Millie a Pennsylvanian evangelist and mother-in-law of United States evangelist Billy Graham's youngest delivered the keynote statement. never know yourself until you see yourself in relationship to she said. until you dear you can excuse yourself for anything you The audience of singularly well-dressed and well- groomed young sprinkled with the young and the old. listened closely some clutching their other scribbling shorthand notes of the address punctuated with declarative praise of God. Earlier Elenore a missionary teacher for 22 years in Zambia before she returned to Canada last told them how God had entered her life following the death of her husband in 1960. took my husband from me and He taught me that He would take Herb's She told how a fit of anger at a fellow-missionary was dispelled by a chance reading of a psalm which told her God's word was always there to help her. ji The personal message from the Bible was what my husband would have she said. Mrs a 43-year-old mother ol two said she has no explanation for the sudden popularity of Women an offshoot of Winning a Michigan-based Bible-study group that has grown to more than members. It was the Winning Women conference she attended three years ago in that prompted her to import the movement to Ontario. What impressed she was concern there for each other that I had never experienced in any Women tend to in church she said. New new relationships provided by Women Alive help them their lives. She said she is still receiving letters from women who attended the Barrie conference. Among them were two who had left their husbands but returned to restore the family relationships. lib isn't the answer. It's pushing the are the heart of the home. The home is the basic unit of society. If a woman really has a sense of worth and is aware of God's she will influence her home and her Special care Del Foxton of Tana Co. Ltd. says shoes are like have to be cleaned according to the type of fabric they are made of. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. 328-7684 CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS Barbara TORONTO. May 23rd If vou have been looking for a economical way to clean jou should try a BISSELL UPHOLSTERY SHAMPOO KIT. The kit in- cludes an applicator that lasl.s indefinitely and .sufficient concentrated shampoo to clean a regular sofa and two lounge chairs beautifully. Bis.sell Upholstery Shampoo is easy-to-use I flRI dries quickly and is safe on all colour fast fabrics And it is equalh efleclive on vinyl and car too By following simple directions. I found dirty upholstered fabrics looked briyhl and new asjain BKsell Upholstery Shampoo Kits and 12 oz. I'phol.slerj Shampoo refills are available at grocery and department stoics And for a free Home Carpet Care write Niagara Ontario. ____ _ MONTH OF MAY is a busy one with holiday week- ends motor trips outdoor sports garden- etc. changes in diet and can cause a sudden attack of nausea and diarrhea. So whv not do as Canadians have for 100 years keep DR FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY on hand wherever you are9 Dr. Fowler's is a non-consti- restorative based on roots and herbs It acts quickly to bring gentle relief to both children and adults from the em- barrassing symptoms of diarrhea. And it's pleasant- Be prepared with Dr. Fowler's on hand. DOCTOR Home off the range. 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