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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta prttne Court of Canada today raritred the decision of a trial judge awarding to Ed- ucntoa student George Armaad Ares. Ur. Ares took action against Dr. Abert Venner, also of Ed- as the result of a ski in- on Doctor pay he suffered at Jasper Park in The Alberta Supreme Court wiped out the judgment and ordered a nemr trial. Mr. Ares then appealed la tie Supreme Court of Canada. Mr. Ares fractured his leg in the ski iall and was treated in hospital by Dr. Vernier who Coi plied a plaster cast irttn the toes to the upper thigh. Evidence was that the circulation in the keg wat Mocked and about a month later, it was putated below the knee. The trial judge found that "the classic signs of circulatory impairment manifested themselves clearly and He said the usual practice hen such symptoms are resent is for a doctor to "split or bivalve cast." "The defeoiant did rot follow such the trial judge rid. Because he more con-emed with reducing the frac-ure good 'rculatioo, wte Woman Stab Victim REGffiA (CP) Severfy-niae year old Mrs. Mary WiUal was stabbed to death in her city home by an assailant who briefly held captive her husband and escaped with three watches and after ran-1 sacking the residence. Peter Wittal, 80 was in hospital with facial injuries. A hospital spokesman said his 1 condition was net Fi HOliYWOOD (AP) The men who make movie-goers shiver about ghosts and ghouls and things that go bump in the night got "Academy Awards of the Macabre" from the Count Dracula Society. With lights diirmed tow, the society, which venerates horror and science fiction films and literature, gave its Horace Wai-pole Gold Medal "for promoting TWO TW imwnooc HUAM _ 2? 3 DAYS ONLY! WHILE STOCKS LAST FIRST COME FIRST SERVE Just Arrived Fortrel Crimpolines 5, __, _ gothic Hcratairt" lo Deveadra P. Vanna, author of the re- cently published Gothic Flame, a history of the English honor novel. Varma, SO, wat born in India and is a naturalized Canadian. He is an English professor at Dalhousie University in Halifax, and is a visiting instructor at tbe University of Kentucky. I elists. The Ann Radcliff ScM -for cinematographic achievement" was awarded to film director Fritz Lang. Lang, 80, has directed scores of of them science fiction and back to the silent era. Jlrs. Radcliff and Walpole were 18th-century English nov- resulting fcmase." This finding by the trial shou'd not be set aside the Su- ireme Court said. Mtfi court judgment noled that a main issue in the trial WES the adrnissbihty of notes made by nines at nepttal Mliere Mr. Area was .75 The judgment said the notes should have been received u evidence but that they ceuH have been challenged at to their accuracy. Had counsel for the doctor wished to challenge them, the nurses were present at the trial and were avaflable as wit MATCHING KHYBTH LININGS ,19 45" yi 1 POtYKTtt CREPE O.6S 45" wicU yA..... CHECK OUK NEW DRESSMAKER ZIPPER Our Rvfvlar Low BE SURE TO SEE OUR NEW DRAPERY DEPARTMENT yards of high quality material at everyday law law prket. ANN'S FABRICS AND DRAPERY 3rd Ave. S. From Dunlop Ford OPEN DAIIY TO 6 THURSDAY 9 TO 9 Juebec nvestors interested EDMONTON (CP) Alberta ndustry and Tourism Minister lay RaLzlaff said his province as no more inquires about relocatina of Quebec in in Alberta than av Mr. RaUfctf said about haK- a-dozen contacts bave been made with his department by Quebec peoole interested in in- vesting in Alberta.' An industrial development of- ficial in Mr. RatataJTs depart- ment said the whole story of Quebec investment relocation on the prairies is "a tempest in a teapot." "There has been no influx or increase, no upsurge in interest in Alberta as a result of the Quebec elections." PHONE 328-28L8 o? KM Brazwr Dairy Queen brazier. NORTH STORE ONLY 514 Strat North THURSDAY and FRIDAY SPECIAL F-O-O-T L-O-N-G HOT DOG and A Ac LARGE SIZE COLD DRINK SEEK CEASEFIRE SAIGON (Reuters) -A South Vietnamese Buddhist sect as called on the Saigan and Hatoi governments to declare a 48- hoiir ceasefire to mark the anniversary of Buddha's birth May 19. The request was made today from the An.Quang Pagoda, the sect's headquarters in Saigon. of fine Broiiw Dairy Queen brazier EMERSON'S OF COURSE! Regular List SUPPLIED BY BiRT MAC'S CYCLE Eny tOtr Cbein Kkk" AVAILABLE WHEN YOU BUY A NEW or USED CAR or TRUCK ALL CARS and TRUCKS ARE FULLY RECONDITIONED and RELAXINGLY PRICED! This is a LIMITED TIME OFFER! FULLY GUARANTIED! STARTS SAT., APRIL 25th! USED COR. 8th and 3rd DOWNTOWN NEW COR. 8th and 4th DOWNTOWN HOURS 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. EMERSON'S OF COURSE! No Down Payment On Approved Credit! ACADIAN PONTIAC BUICK HRiWRD G.M.C. TRUCKS PHONE 327-5705 IAC BANK RATE FINANCING 1st Payment Avgwri ;