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Two Riverside doctors save the life of the plaintiff lawyer, on Monday, who had a heart attack while giving final arguments in the doctors case for malpractice.
Drs. Barney Olive and Stephen Rogers were able to see the symptoms presented by attorney William Hamilton. The doctors actions have resulted in Hamilton now recovering in the Riverside Hospital. After all the excitement in the courtroom the trial has been postponed to next week.
Alumni Festival (Liberty University)
Liberty University Alumni Association announced Monday they are planning a spring festival in hopes of raising funds for the betterment of the school library.
The Alumni Association is planning for a barbecue lunch and exhibition baseball game. The date for the festival is dependent on the universities baseball team’s success. According to the Alumni president, “This kind of activity is en fo the positive things we can do to make this university a better educational institution” said Bobby Don Willis.
The university made no comment concerning the protest held on the university campus Monday due to the teaching of evolution in certain university biology classes.
The group of protestors was led by Wilbur Straking, the pastor of the Ever-Faithful Church of Living Water. The biology class in question is taught by professor Laura Cliff, the associate professor of biology. Neither Laura Cliff nor the university president would comment on situation.
$100,000 lawsuit filed Monday against Amburn’s Produce Market for negligence resulting in the permanent physical and mental injuries of their customers.
On April 1 Ellie Matson slipped on green beans left on the floor of the shop directly resulting her broken hip. The monetary value of the lawsuit covers not only Matson’s medical bills, but also the amount of money lost due to no longer being able to work. She claims she “suffered permanent bodily and mental injuries, incurred medical expenses, and lost income” said Matson.
The planned strike for the Ambrose Steel Company tonight has been called off due to an agreement between the company allowing all employees to keep their current employment.
The agreement details between the president of the Ambrose Steel Company, Charles Pointer, and the Local 923 Union have not been released. The collective bargaining agreement stopped the impending strike which would have stopped the prodution of a job and putting 457 steelworkers out of work. The details of the upcoming agreement will include details of a substantial wage agreement.