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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tutldor, Ottobtr 26, 1971 THI ItTHBRIDGI HtKAlD 19 Campus bells ring after tragedy about 26, and her son, Clifford, 18 months. ON WAY TO WEDDING The victims in the other ear were en route to the wedding of a former assistant dean of women at the college. The bride, Helen Johnson, was not told of the tragedy until after the wedding ceremony. The news was broken to her by the bridegroom, Jon Gibson, a former missionary for the Seventh-day Adventist church which operates the school. Heather Bell, 19, of Caroline, ______________ Alta., who was to have been one Walla Walla families, collided of the bridesmaids, died shortly head-on. I after the collision. She and The Canadians were students young Craig were Pf' or former students of Canadian: sons found alive in the tangled WALLA WALLA, Wash. (AP) While bells tolled at a small Alberta college Monday, a bridal parly and Canadian and U.S. families mourned il per- sons killed Sunday in the worst auto wreck in Washington's his- tory. Meanwhile, doctors at Rich- land hospital struggled to main- tain life in the battered body of nine-year-old Kenneth Craig, the lone survivor of the tragedy. Six of the victims were young Canadians en route to a wed- ding in Pasco, Wash., when their ear and another vehicle, carrying five members of two Union College near Lacombe, Alta. The crash ripped open both cars showering metal and de- bris on a long curve of Highway wreckage. The other Canadians were identified as Dale 0. Long, 18, of Rutland, B.C., Crystal Schultz, also 18, of Calgary Col- 12 about 25 miles west of Walla teen C. Kennedy, 17, of La- Walla. I combe, Roy Thompson, 18, of An unidentified physician and his wife were credited by State Trooper Joe Spies wiKi saving the life of the Craig hoy by in- serting a breathing tube into his throat. Also killed ws another Craig Rocky Mountain House, Alta., and Cathy Timms, 19, of Leslie- ville Alta. Douglas Schmechel, dean of men at Canadian Union, said classes were suspended Monday and the campus bells tolled for son, Kevin, 7, Debra Clark, the six young people. A CHAT WITH THE JUSTICE MINISTER Roy Williamson, left, an 82-year old resident of Winnipeg's Lions Manor, tells Justice minister John, Turner how he received a head cut while riding an elevator loaded with women. Mr. Turner, who visited the home for the elderly as part of his visit to Western Canada, stopped to talk with Mr. Williamson when he saw his 'bandage. OUTNUMBER DOGS There are pet cats hi Canada as compared with dogs. If you're thinking of a mobile home, drop in to Sidorsky's at 542 13th St. N., and let me show you the beautiful 20'x48' double wide Jupiter mobile home. SIDORSKY'S MOBILE HOMES LTD. 542 13th St. North Lethbridge RALPH THOMPSON Bus. Phone 328-1151 Home Phone 327-2597 Pollution could kill oceans GENEVA (AP) Pollution could kill tire world's oceans and seas by the end of the century, with the Mediter- ranean, Adriatic and Baltic the first to die, a famed Swiss ma- rine explorer predicted today. Prof. Jacques Piccard told a news conference here that pol- lution is killing off Plankton, necessary for the survival of marine life. American Peter Thatcher, engaged with Piccard on pre- paration work for next sum- mer's world environmental conference in Stockholm, said statistics show an estimated eight million tons of oil or other petroleum pollution pour into the oceans every year. Piccard said pollution is kill- ing off the vital top level of vegetable plankton, first stage hi the food chain feeding all marine life. Once this is wiped out all living things in the sea will die. "Only when industrialists re- alize that their own children, grandchildren and great-grand- children will suffer like all oth- er children will they perhaps understand." he said. Thatcher said fish are be- coming more and more sus- eeptible to toxins from pollu- tion. "They may not be dead, but they could be loo toxic to eat." SETS RECORD Farmer Reuben Parsons, 26, of Gawthorpe, England, set a record of four minutes, 42 sec- onds for carrying a 112-pound sack of coal on his back over a course. On a long lonely road its nice to know whats behind you. We know the thoughts that must be racing through your mind about buying an imported car. After all, you've probably heard all sorts of truths arid half truths. We'd like to tell you about our- selves first hand. What's really behind you when you buy a Toyota. First of all, the people at Toyota know and understand what it takes to make a great car. If you've seen any Toyota car, you'd1 know what we're talking about. The little things mean as much as the big thrngs And the same pride we've taken in building Toyotas carries over to our parts and service. It must be working, because now Toyota dealers stretch across the length and breadth of Canada and the list continues growing. Growing because Toyota is now the fourth largest car maker in the world, because of the quality of our cars and because of accessible, dependable service. So, to sum it all up. It's nice to know that after you've bought a Toyota, the road ahead is a lot easier to travel because of what's behind you. 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