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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, Supttmber 1970 Higher Standards Urged For Day-Care Centres Higher standards for day care cen- tres were recommended to the Calgary and Region Mental Health'Council by a group or doctors studying emotional dis- turbances in children yotuiger than four years. Current provincial standards were minimum in terms of staff qualifications, staff child ra- tios and physical requirements for the centres. The report recommended an increase in the mmiber of cen- tres and praised a "family day 'Friciuls Of Mom Wliytc' Hear Pious For Centre PETERBOROUGH. Out. (CP) Berth.1 (Mom) Whyte. fully recovered from gangrene and a stroke, announced plans Friday for a mission training centre in British Columbia. Its students and eventual mis- sionaries would be "youths who have broken the drug habit and accepted the Lord Jesus, but who don't have anything to do because they don't want to fit back inlo the rut they've broken out of.'' A grc-ytng. soft-spoken woman of 54, Mrs. Whyte said her home in Nigeria for 100 orphans is op- erating successfully. She said she is planning an emergency centre for Biatran children and hopes to regain Whitehaven i n Bowmanville, Ont, as headquarters for her mission work. White haven is the home Philippines Plan Ottawa Embassy MANILA (Reuters) The Philippines is to establish an embassy in Ottawa, Acting For- eign Secretary' Manuel Coflantes announced today. ColJantes told a news confer- ence the embassy is needed to "protect the interests of (Fili- pino) nationals Ln Canada and to strengthen our relations with a great friendly nation." He said the new ambassador Trill be named later. At present the Philippines has a consulate-general in Vancou- ver. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Blda. 328-4095 where she cared for up to 150 defiance of Ontario the govern- ment moved in 10 years ago and removed the children. Mrs. Whyte, her husband Bert and their family moved to British Columbia where they leased a property on Giant Mountain near Penticton. Tire B.C. government also refused a licence for a chil- dren's home, and they left for Nigeria. Mrs. Whyte said the non-de- nominational mission they founded there has survived both government opposition and "curses" put on them for set- tling on ancient sacrificial ground. The mission, staffed by six volunteers, is supported by indi- vidual contributions from people like the ones who turned out for her announcement Friday. She detailed her plans at a "Friends of Mom Whyte" meet- ing. Mrs. Whyte has no association with any organized religion. You couldn't fit me into any church I ever hear'. of." Her death was predicted last spring when she was flown home to Bowmanville with a grangrenous leg and a stroke that "left her totally paralysed. Friday morning she was dig- ging potatoes. Mrs. Whyte's latest plans were sparked by a visit to her son in B.C. She said she met a U.S. youth leader who claimed a 70-per-cent success rate with spiritual therapy for drug ad- dicts. The training centre is to be on the property where she tried to establish her orphanage. She has already decided to name it Mount Zion and expects that by the time she gets there mough money will have been donated to cover the down payment. home" project operated by some centres in which yo_ children are taken into private homes to receive individual at- tention. The homes were supervised by professional staff and were subject to strict standards. The provinces record in pro- viding day care centres is con- siderably lower than other pro- vinces, the report said, even though "benefits of the centres are amply demonstrated." The report also requested leg- islation that would make notifi- cation of authorities mandatory in suspected cases of child beat- ing with ''adequate sanctions" for failure to report. Poverty is a significant cause of limited child development, the report said, and urged the provincial government and the city to "identify areas of pov- erty and develop programs for the eradication of poverty in an economic, social and be- havioral sense." About 10 per cent of poor chil- dren were crippled in emotion- al development by age four with accompanying nurtitional problems and impaired intellec- tual and learning capabilities. To deal with young emotion- ally disturbed, the report rec- ommended a child health cen- tre to co-ordinate medical, so- cial, behavioral and psychologi- cal services.' Find Bodies In Wreckage At Cranbrook CRANBROOK, B.C. (CP) The bodies of four Americans were found Saturday in the wreckage of a light plane which went down 10 miles west of this East Kcotenay community Issi Tuesday. Search and rescue offic 1 a 1 s said the Cessna 337, owned by Eagle Airways of Hillsb o r o Dre., went d'own while on s 'light to Cranbroofc from Port- land, Ore. Dead are pilot Jack Jensen and co pilot Mike Sargeant both of Hillsboro, and passen- ;ers Clifford Meyers and Don Brooks, both of Forest Grove. Ore. A second plane with two per- sons aboard has been missing n the area since Sept. 4. FOREIGN CAR has a warm welcome for the competition Dalsun 1600 Canada's number one rally- winning car. It's been tested under the worst possible conditions egainst the best possible competition. And it came out on top. Now there's a new breed of competition, and they're alter us. And that's exactly where W9 plan to keep them after us. So if you're plan- ning an economy drive, drive one of ours. Datsun... the most car for your money. DATSUN1600 rtm the more-tor-your-money-car Allhough "Casey" Vandenbrink is relatively new to Lefhbridge, "Casey" certainly is not a newcomer to the Import car industry, as he has been associated with Foreign Cars for 10 years and in the automotive field for almost 20 years. AT FOREIGN CAR ECONOMY CARS ARE A BUSINESS NOT A SIDELINE, FOREIGN CAR (LITH.) LTD. (FORMERLY MECHANIC SALES) CORNER 3rd AVE. AND llth ST. S. PHONE 328-9651 LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES 1 MAYTAG O GAS DRYER SALE! A FULL LINE OF NEW GENERATION MAYTAG "HALO-OF-HEAT" GAS DRYERS AND AUTOMATIC WASHERS AVAILABLE IN COPPERTONE. AVOCADO, CALIFORNIA GOLD OR GLEAMING WHITE AT NO EXTRA COST MAYTAG HALO-OF-HEAT DRYER Circle of ELECTRONIC CONTROL Lint Filter Agitator Two Speed Action Hot, Warm or Cold Water Wash Mclth tfo agitator ipta ia fcfcrit end dt. cf P.tgjlnr let heavy lor and light (fil. Pushbutton MltE- to a vt you tfll njKt Kmttfatura tor el! for moisture- Shuts off when even lingerie. Family- Size Tub Bu ll 101- ndli fanny- Snvei gollom rf vroltrl Mottfi- S i it loads tfashpawtr it wrttr In ;Ii( e? b g rsmail loadi poii fill tndi votir unihiwlydian. proHuni C Maytag dependability 3 water temperature selection Lint filter agitator t Full cycle safety lid 5-year automatic 'washer or dryer cabinet warranty against j'ust. 2 years an complete automatic washer or dryer.______ Buy a Matching Automatic Washer annd Save More BIG LOAD CAPACITY Big Load-Snag Free porcelain drum with Dacron fine mesh filter. 5 years on complete transmission assemb- ly of automatic washer. "Free repair or exchange cf de- fective parts or cabinet if it rusts. Installation of parts is the responsibility of selling fran- chised Mayfag dealer within first year; thereafter installation is extra. ThU warranty wilh you Always Choose Maytag GAS DRYERS A Gas Dryer dries up to 8 loads for 1'he same price as a flameless dryer dries one load. Gas dries faster yet is gentle on clothes Burners never wear out, 100% safety shut off. Maytag dependability. Convection cooled cabinet. Perma Press cycle on all models. Safety door with magnetic latch. REDEEM YOUR s GAS VOUCHER AND SAVE Save when you apply your VOUCHER ON THE PURCHASE OF YOUR NATURAL GAS DRYER. OFFER EXPIRES NOV. 14, 1970. VOUCHERS ARE BEING DISTRIBUTED BY CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS CO. TO THEIR CUSTOMERS THROUGHOUT THE AREA. OUR BIG VOLUME PURCHASES MEAN BIG VOLUME SAVINGS FOR YOU! LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES 905 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-4456 ;