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The Supreme Court has issued notice to German luxury brand Montblanc Simplo GMBH on a petition filed by a Mumbai based firm that has been charged of infringing on the former’s trademark.

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The Supreme Court has issued notice to German luxury brand Montblanc Simplo GMBH on a petition filed by a Mumbai based firm that has been charged of infringing on the former’s trademark.

Add Corporation Ltd, which sells its pens under the brand ‘ADD,’ has challenged the Delhi High Court order that restrained it from manufacturing and selling pens under the trademark Add Gel Spacewalker and Add Gel Goldtop.

The High Court’s order came after the German major alleged that Add Corp had infringed on its registered trademarks in India ‘Starwalker’, ‘Miesterstruck’ and ‘3 ring device.’

A Bench headed by Justice Markandey Katju sought reply from Montblanc after Add Corp approached the apex court for a stay on the High Court order on the ground that it was a prior user of its trademark Spacewalker and there was a vast difference between the products of the two companies.

Stating that Montblanc cannot claim its ‘three ring device’ as a trademark so as to restrain it from manufacturing and selling its pens under ‘ADD’ brand, Add Corp said its range of pens sold were priced at Rs 200 and Rs 340, whereas the Montblanc’s Starwalker range sold under trademark Meisterstick and cost around Rs 14,250.

Even the mode of payment and packaging, appearance and the customers were different and there was absolutely no likelihood of any confusion between the two products, it said.
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5. They cost him over nine hun dollars.

How did Ben Price conclude that Jimmy Valentine had resumed business?

Ben Price investigated the scenes of robberies. By comparing bank notes, he noticed a remarkable similarity in the methods of the bur and concluded that Jimmy Valentine had resumed business.

7. What was the transformation that Jimmy Valentine under at Elmore?

At Elmore,
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Valentine intention was to stop over in the town a few days and look over the situation. He had fallen in love with Annabel Adams and this made him think of starting a shoe store at Elmore.

Why did Valentine write to his old friend in St. Louis ? What did he want the friend to do?

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at 9 O’ clock to receive the set of tools of burglary.

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Ben Price went to Elmore to take into custody Valentine for a number of burglaries committed by him a year ago.

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Although the actress couldn’t stop gushing over her ring, she kept mum on how her boxer fianc Wladimir Klitschko popped the question, simply saying the proposal was “romantic.”

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Panettiere officially announced her engagement just a couple of weeks ago during an appearance on Live With Kelly Michael, after rumors started flying in August she was set to tie the knot when she was spotted with a huge sparkler on her ring finger.

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PARIS The French mountain climber who was rescued from a Himalayan peak where her climbing partner is presumed to have died was still recovering in a French hospital on Wednesday.

Elisabeth Revol has returned to France after she was rescued Sunday from Nanga Parbat mountain the world ninth highest peak at 8,126 metres (26,660 feet.) Revol and her climbing partner Tomasz Mackiewicz called for help Friday.

Frederic Champly, the doctor responsible for her treatment at the Sallanches hospital near the Mont Blanc massif,
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The rescue team was unable to reach Mackiewicz, from Poland, due to poor weather,
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was snow blind, and unable to move unassisted.

Speaking at a news conference at the hospital, fellow mountain climber Catherine Destivelle said she has been told Revol is in psychological condition. think she must be happy to be alive and to have survived, Destivelle said.

The four Polish climbers who rescued her are in Skardu,
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Pakistan, waiting for the weather to allow them to be flown back to their base on K2, the world second tallest mountain. They are still planning to make the first winter ascent on it.

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HALIFAX When Lisa Nasson was a young girl growing up on a reserve in Nova Scotia, she learned about the disastrous Halifax Explosion at school but its decimating impact on the local Indigenous community was never mentioned.

Years later, the Mi actor learned of the destruction of the Turtle Grove Mi settlement, which was nestled on the harbour shoreline across from where the munitions vessel SS Mont Blanc collided with the SS Imo, causing a massive blast that devastated the city.

I had known there were people like me affected by something so tragic, I would have been able to relate more to the story of the Halifax Explosion, said Nasson, who grew up on Millbrook First Nation, about an hour drive north of Halifax.

The experiences of Indigenous Peoples and African Nova Scotians on and after Dec. 6, 1917, have been historically underrepresented, although both communities suffered in the aftermath of the wartime explosion that killed 2,000,
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injured 9,000 and left 25,000 homeless.

A new play seeks to tell those stories ahead of the disaster 100th anniversary, and although the plot of Inside The Halifax Explosion is fictitious, the play themes about race are not, said Koumbie, the play director.

highlights the racial tensions at that time, Koumbie said during a recent rehearsal. characters talk about their backgrounds, their religion and their upbringing. is important. We have centuries of seeing a predominantly white male narrative be told over and over again. I think people are tired of being left out We learn from our art and from our media and so we need to use that to learn about ourselves and each other. least six families were living at Turtle Grove when the Imo, a Norwegian ship bound for Belgium, collided with the Mont Blanc, a French vessel carrying explosive chemicals and ammunition. The resulting blast and tsunami razed Turtle Grove, killing at least nine of its residents and thousands of others in the surrounding area.

Africville was a black community near the Halifax neighbourhood of Richmond the hardest hit area in the city north end.

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but none of that was given to Africville, said Troy Adams, who plays Edward in the play. are the types of things many people are not aware of. Marsters, curator of marine history at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, said the experiences of marginalized communities have been overlooked, in part because historical documentation was not preserved.

were not deemed sufficiently important by mainstream society at the time, and as a result, the documentation to tell the stories of other communities just doesn exist, Marsters said.

are important elements of the story that have been almost completely ignored, he said. we want to fully and completely understand the impacts of the blast both in 1917 and its continuing legacies today, we need to tell those stories. Without them, we don understand the blast and its consequences. Inside The Halifax Explosion, written by Karen Bassett,
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follows a black man (Adams), a teenage Mi girl (Nasson) and a white woman (Mauralea Austin) in the moments after the explosion.

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2. The Book of Romans is one of how many epistles or letters in the New Testament? a) 5b) 13c) 15d) 9

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but according to the spirit. What does the law do for sinners?

a) makes them aware of their righteousnessb) makes them aware of their sinsc) makes them aware of their righteousness and their sinsd) makes them aware of their lack of character

7. Why did God reject the unbelieving Jews of Israel?

a) they did not believe in the gospelb) they did not believe in servanthoodc) they did not believe in worshipping the one, true Godd) they did not do required ritual offerings to God

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a) mercyb) gloryc) graced) humility

12. Who delivered the epistle to the Roman Church?

a) Maryb) Phoebec) Johnd) Jason

13. When Christians are weak and don know what to ask God for what does the Holy Spirit do for them?

a) prays for them according to the will of Godb) teaches them according to the will of Godc) gives them extra grace to know what to ask ford) cries for them

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1996 11 06 04:00:00 PDT New York It’s a river of shoppers women in Armani suits, young men in nylon windbreakers, befuddled Midwestern tourists. Bloomingdale’s on 59th Street in Manhattan is a blur of faux fur hats, gleaming cosmetic cases and little designer boutiques nestled next to counters selling Mont Blanc pens and Bottega Veneta handbags.

“Try a little Chaos?” asks a salesclerk in an unmistakable New Yawk accent, holding up a bottle of Donna Karan’s new perfume

In a way, that’s the question Bloomingdale’s will be asking when it opens a new store at Stanford Shopping Center on Friday, after kicking things off with a private black tie benefit featuring Liza Minnelli tonight.

Will Silicon Valley, home of Dress Down Friday, warm up to Bloomingdale’s, purveyor of urban chic? Will South Bay shoppers like the renovated former Emporium space, where an inlaid slate island the better to show off the mannequins qualifies as a “fashion moment”? Will they flock to a boutique inspired by the Broadway hit “Rent,” which sells black vinyl pants and hologram T shirts?

In short, will it play in Palo Alto?

Michael Gould, chairman and chief executive officer of Bloomingdale’s, knows he has a challenge ahead.

“None of our competitors are welcoming us with open arms,” said Gould, who nonetheless says the move is a good fit, despite the fact that the Palo Alto Bloomie’s is only one fifth the size of the New York store.

“(Ours is) a customer that is fashion forward, wants newness and has a very strong bent on home,” said Gould, who pointed out that domestics and housewares are an integral part of Bloomingdale’s business.

The Palo Alto store, renovated for $25 million, features open spaces, bright lights, curving aisles and inviting counter tops. The first floor is devoted to women’s wear, with labels such as Donna Karan, Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren and a sizable petite department.

In a first for local specialty and department stores, women’s cosmetics will be on open shelves rather than behind glass counters. The second floor features housewares, men’s clothing and children’s wear.

At least some local shoppers are looking forward to the opening.

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who is among the 2,000 guests who have paid a minimum of $250 a person to attend tonight’s gala.

Paula Foley of Atherton, who also will attend the party, echoes her feelings.

“I think it’s absolutely fantastic. We desperately need another store. We just have Neiman’s and Nord strom. I’m very happy about this and I think everyone out here is.”

Ticket sales for tonight’s party, which will be held in a 100 by 220 foot tent in the parking lot, have already raised more than $1 million for the Stanford University Medical Center. The gala, which Bloomingdale’s has dubbed “The Ultimate Premiere,” sold out weeks ago. Minnelli is expected to sing for an hour and will probably do “New York, New York.” How could she not?

In a way, Minnelli is the perfect metaphor for the new store. She was hot back when she starred in “Cabaret” and cavorted nightly with designer Halston and other beautiful people at New York’s Studio 54. Then her career plunged. Now it’s heating up again as she steps in to replace Julie Andrews in the Broadway hit “Victor/Victoria” in January.

Similarly, Bloomingdale’s was the hottest place on Earth to shop during the ’70s and ’80s when its legendary foreign country promotional themes and perfume launches were not to be missed. Bloomie’s was such a New York fixture that Woody Allen even joked about it in his movie “Manhattan.”

The 59th Street store, however, lost its cachet in the early ’90s when it was bought by Federated Department Stores. It grappled with bankruptcy and found itself in stiff competition with Barneys, Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman.

But with its cutting edge “Rent” collection and glamorous “Evita” inspired clothes that will be in stores next month, the beat seems to be back in Bloomie’s.

In addition to the Palo Alto store, Bloomingdale’s is expanding into California with three more branches that will open this month in Southern California. A fifth will open in the Beverly Center in Los Angeles in March.

One of Bloomingdale’s biggest battles will be the sea of sameness customers encounter in one department store after another. A recent preview of the Palo Alto Bloomingdale’s reveals many of the same designer labels available at neighboring stores like Macy’s, Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus.

The Stanford Bloomingdale’s will try to distinguish itself with more than 1,000 exclusive items throughout the store. Appearances by 165 designers, celebrities and chefs in its first month alone may also give it an edge. Ken Norton Jr. of the 49ers will be there for Guess men’s wear on Tuesday and supermodel Christy Turlington will appear for CK underwear on November 21.

“Bloomingdale’s’ challenge will be to offer a unique product that’s distinctive,” said Rose Marie Bravo, president of Saks Fifth Avenue. “The consumer there is very sophisticated and savvy and wants that upscale environment and service attributes.” Saks closed its store at Stanford Shopping Center last year.

Hedging its bets a bit, Bloomingdale’s sent a team from New York to design and open the store, but also hired Lorraine O’Connor, who ran the former Emporium store that Bloomingdale’s took over, as operating vice president and general manager.

Joan Weinstein, who owns the Ultimo boutique in Chicago and who also entered the California market when she opened a Jil Sander store in San Francisco last summer, predicts Bloomie’s will do well in Palo Alto.

“I think they’re probably very clever about the areas they chose for their kind of business,” she said. “If they pick the right market they will do very well, they have their own little niche.”

“They’re trying to overcome the Bloomingdale’s curse. When they go west of the Mississippi they’re a colossal flop,” said Alan Millstein, New York based publisher of Fashion Network Report. Bloomingdale’s closed its Dallas store in 1990 and the space remained vacant for years. It recently reopened as a JC Penney.

Said Millstein,
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Reynolds Industries, the leading tobacco company in the United States and the third largest worldwide, indicated yesterday that it was discussing a possible acquisition of Rothmans International, a British company that is the fourth largest cigarette manufacturer in the world.

Reynolds, the maker of Winston, Salem, Camel and other brands, announced that it was in discussions ”to establish a basis of cooperation” with Rothmans, which is controlled by Anton Rupert, a prominent South African businessman.

If it occurs, the takeover would help realize a long term goal of Reynolds to become a significant force in the overseas tobacco market, the growth of which is substantially outpacing that of the United States.

The overseas sales of Philip Morris last year amounted to 250 billion cigarettes compared with only 83 billion for Reynolds. In the United States, in contrast, Reynolds sold a record 201.9 billion, compared with 191 billion sold by Philip Morris. Rothmans sold 150 billion worldwide, chiefly in Europe. The giant remains the British American Tobacco Company, with headquarters in Britain, which last year sold 475 billion cigarettes worldwide. Talks Called ‘Exploratory’

In a statement released by Reynolds, J. Paul Sticht, its chairman and chief executive, and Mr. Rupert said that ”exploratory talks” were being held that could lead to ”definitive proposals being made” to the boards of both companies. Reynolds refused to elaborate.

The two companies had discussed a joint venture overseas several years ago, but no deal was ever made. However, in a recent interview, Mr. Sticht emphasized that Reynolds expected that overseas sales would account for the main growth of its tobacco business in the future. ”Our international business in cigarettes could match our domestic business in the next 10 years, through both internal growth and acquisition,” he said, noting that tobacco consumption overseas was rising faster than in the United States. He added that ”I’m very much of an internationalist.”

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While the stock of Reynolds rose by only 7/8 of a point to close at 45 7/8 yesterday, tobacco analysts responded favorably to the news. ”It’s one of the best things I’ve seen in a long time,
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” said John Maxwell of Lehman Brothers Kuhn Loeb. The acquisition of Rothmans, if it occurs, ”would fit Reynolds like a glove,” he added.

The shares of Philip Morris rose 7/8 yesterday, to 51 1/4. Twice the Size of Rothmans

A highly diversified company with its principal business in tobacco, Reynolds is approximately twice the size of Rothmans. Rothmans, for the fiscal year ended March 1980, reported a profit of $101.7 million on sales of $5.4 billion.

The principal cigarette brands of Rothmans include Rothmans International, Rothmans King Size, St. Moritz, Peter Stuyvesant and Dunhill. Some 90 percent of the company’s revenue comes from tobacco, while the rest is generated by brewing, luxury consumer products some marketed under the Dunhill name but also including Mont Blanc pens and gas and oil activities.

While Reynolds last year succeeded in reversing the downward trend in its one third share of the domestic market, its overseas tobacco business has been making far more dramatic gains. Tobacco sales overseas were $2.1 billion last year, more than double the figure for 1975. The company has achieved a solid share of the market in Canada, Puerto Rico, Brazil, West Germany and the Netherlands.

However, Reynolds has negligible sales in Britain, where Rothmans has approximately 12 percent of the market. Cooperation with Rothmans ”would substantially improve Reynolds’ business in a number of important markets overseas, especially Britain,” said Jeffrey Weingarten of Goldman, Sachs. Rothmans is also strong in Europe, Canada and Australia. Tobacco 54 Percent of Sales

Before the announcement yesterday, Reynolds had appeared to be concentrating primarily on expanding its non tobacco business. Last year, tobacco accounted for only 54 percent of the company’s sales, compared with 74 percent in 1970. However, it represented 73 percent of the earnings of Reynolds from operations.
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where they stayed the night on Friday and then continued their descent on Saturday morning.

The man was at an altitude of 11,155ft when he fell.

‘They did not have a guide with them and they were not roped together. The section where the man fell is a dangerous section. There are rock falls. But we do not believe he was hit by a rock. We believe he lost his balance and footing and fell. He fell 300 metres down.

Holiday: The man was with eight friends and five of the party had climbed down and returned to the French town of Chamonix, (pictured) which sits at the foot of Mont Blanc,
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when the accident happened

‘The weather was fine. Mont Blanc is not an easy ascent or descent. We would always recommend taking a guide. The death is

the latest in a string of accidental deaths in the Alps.

Earlier this month an 80 year old Brazilian climber died in a fall in the same area.

And in August, Felicity Ward, a teaching assistant from Devon,
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took a fatal fall of more than 300ft while walking near the top of the Col de la Vaurze in the Isre region of south eastern France.

A 76 year old British woman also died last month after losing her footing and falling in the Swiss Alps.

Meanwhile two Italian women died on 13 August after being hit by falling ice that triggered an avalanche while they were climbing the Massif de Mont Blanc. The pair were swept into a crevasse and buried in snow.

A spokesperson for the Foreign Office said: ‘We are aware of the death of a British national in France on 21 September. We are providing consular assistance at this difficult time.’

Mont Blanc has the highest fatality rate of any mountain in Europe. But despite being the tallest in western Europe it is not considered difficult to climb technically.

Thousands of amateur climbers with little mountaineering experience tackle the climb each year.

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