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Today on News 7, Bedford County authorities say three men were a danger to children.
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Also U-S forces suffer their first causualties in days as two soldiers are killed in Iraq.
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[ANCHOR=Leo]
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Scattered showers and storms continue to develop across the region. What will tomorrow bring? I'll let you know in your forecast.


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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Also today, there is another announcement in California's increasingly interesting recall campaign.
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Just weeks before classes are to start, Henry County schools need to find another 600 thousand dollars.
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Plus we will visit a ministry dedicated to helping long haul truck drivers. News 7 at 5 is next.


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[SOT 13:56:21]
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((THEY ASSUMED THEY WERE TALKING WITH A 13-YEAR-OLD FEMALE.. AND THE LANGUAGE THAT THEY WERE USING WOULD MAKE A NORWEGIAN SAILOR BLUSH.))
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[OUT Q=Norwegian sailor blush.]
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Operation Blue Ridge Thunder strikes again.. and again.. and again.
Now, three Virginia men face child pornography and sexual solicitation charges.
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[5-Internet-Porn]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Bedford County's Internet crimes task force has nabbed three men who police believe were looking to commit crimes against children.
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[SUPER=03-Bedford Co.]


66-year-old David W. Lochner of Thaxton faces nine counts of possession of and manufacturing child pornography.
46-year-old Roy L. Coburn of Appomattox is charged with using a communication device to solicit sex from a juvenile girl.
The same charge is leveled against 29-year-old Evan Scott Leisersohm (LEE-sur-sohm) of Springfield, who police say was using his cell phone and a Palm Pilot to communicate with what he thought was a 13-year-old girl.
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[SOT 13:50:22]
[IN Q=They suspect]

((MIKE BROWN/BEDFORD CO. SHERIFF: THEY SUSPECT OR THEY THINK THAT THIS IS A WAY TO PUT A LITTLE MORE ANONYMITY ON THEIR CRIMINAL ACTIVITY AND IT CERTAINLY IS.))
[SUPER=01-Mike Brown/Bedford Co. Sheriff]
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[OUT Q=it certainly is.]
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Brown says this is the first time his officers have encountered a suspect using portable Internet devices to solicit sex from a juvenile.
The 13-year-old "girl" actually was a 23-year-old undercover investigator with the Bedford County sheriff's department.
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The Henry County School system is on the chopping block again.
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Today members approved cuts totaling over 4-hundred thousand dollars. This is on top of the million and a half dollars the school system had already lost for the upcoming school year. The budget needed to be adjusted again because Pillowtex closed, which meant a large loss of revenue for the county.
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[SOT 00:11:02 // 00:12:08]
[IN Q=having to deal]

((SHARON DODSON/HENRY CO. SUPERINTENDENT; HAVING TO DEAL WITH BUDGET REDUCTIONS IT'S A REAL CHALLENGE. butt. WE WERE ABLE TO GENERATE SOME SIGINFICANT SAVINGS BY NOT FILLING POSITIONS AND DOING TRANSFERS.))
[SUPER=01-Sharon Dodson/Henry Co. School Superintendent;]
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[OUT Q=DOING TRANSFERS.]
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The school system will also stop renting classroom space at a couple locations as well as cut field trip spending. All the measures add up to more than 4-hundred thousand dollars but the county had asked for reductions of six-hundred thousand.
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Anti--U.S. violence is flaring up in Baghdad.
After four days with no American casualties--- a spate of new attacks claimed soldiers, bystanders--- even children.

Stacy Case reports.
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[IN Q=The gunfights, the violence, the attacks...]
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[SUPER=01-Lt. Gen. Norton Schwartz/Joint Chiefs of Staff;]
[SUPER=01-Major General Ray Odierno/4th Infantry Division;]
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((NAT: gunfight
TRACK: THE GUNFIGHTS, THE VIOLENCE, THE ATTACKS---- ARE BACK. FOUR

DAYS OF RELATIVE CALM ENDED WHEN SADDAM SUPPORTERS LAUNCHED A ROCKET PROPELLED GRENADE AT A MILITARY HUMVEE. IT BURNED AS TWO INJURED SOLDIERS WERE CARRIED AWAY. IN A SEPARATE FIREFIGHT OVERNIGHT, MILITARY SOURCES SAY TWO SOLDIERS FROM THE FIRST ARMORED DIVISION WERE KILLED.

SUPER: LT GEN NORTON SCHWARTZ/JOINT STAFF there is an element of sophistication to what the enemy is doing. they have adapted over time and as a result so are we.

NAT: ambulance TRACK: IN A THIRD DEADLY ATTACK THURSDAY, A POWERFUL BOMB EXPLODED INSIDE A VAN PARKED AT THE JORDANIAN EMBASSY IN IRAQ. AT LEAST 11
PEOPLE DIED--- TWO OF THEM CHILDREN. CARS WERE SENT FLYING. SOME 50

PEOPLE WERE INJURED.

SUPER: LT GEN NORTON SCHWARTZ/JOINT STAFF it clearly was an action targeted at innocence. and we have obviously the presence of terrorists in iraq.

TRACK: THE ADMINISTRATION SAYS THE ATTACK ONLY STRENGTHENS U-S RESOLVE TO UNITE THE WORLD IN A CAMPAGIN AGAINST TERRORISM. TENSIONS are high BETWEEN JORDAN AND IRAQ BECAUSE OF JORDAN'S SUPPORT FOR THE U-S LED WAR.

NAT: TRACK: OVERNIGHT, U-S FORCES CAPTURED FOUR LEADERS SUSPECTED OF ORGANIZING ATTACKS ON TROOPS. THEY SAY THE RAIDS ARE DESIGNED TO WEAR DOWN HUSSEIN HIMSELF.

SUPER: MAJOR GENERAL RAY ODIERNO/4TH INFANTRY DIVISION He is clearly moving three to four times every single day.

STAND UP: STACY CASE/REPORTING U-S FORCES MAY GET SOME RELIEF. PEACEKEEPING TROOPS FROM FIVE NATIONS, INCLUDING SPAIN, ARE SET TO ARRIVE WITHIN WEEKS. SC, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON))


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Former Vice President Al Gore says the Bush Administration has a tendency to be less than truthful. In a speech at New York University today Gore said he's "deeply troubled" by the direction President Bush is leading the nation. Gore accuses the administration of using false pretenses to start the war in Iraq.
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He also accuses the White House of giving false impressions about the results of tax cuts.
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[IN Q=When you put it all together...]
[SUPER=01-Al Gore/(D) Former Vice President;]

((FORMER VICE PRESIDENT AL GORE: WHEN YOU PUT IT ALL TOGETHER...IT WAS ONE MISTAKE AND IMPRESSION AFTER ANOTHER...LOTS OF THEM. NOT JUST IN FOREIGN POLICY.. THE SAME THING HAS BEEN HAPPENING IN ECONOMIC POLICY.))
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[OUT Q=has been happening in economic policy.]
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Former New York governor Mario Cuomo has urged Gore to enter the 2004 presidential race.
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[ANCHOR=Shan]
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Gore says he won't seek the nomination, but promises to make an endorsement later.


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Still to come on our newscast, a historic Virginia home could be going on sale.
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[VO] Plus a day after Arnold said he WOULD run for governor, the California recall campaign is shocked again. This time by someone who says he won't.
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The California Recall campaign is getting stranger by the day. Less than 24 hours after Arnold Schwarzenegger entered the race for Governor, the candidate who came up with the whole idea for a recall has pulled out.
Manuel Gallegus has more from Los Angeles.
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[SUPER=03-Los Angeles;]
[SUPER=01-Arnold Schwarzenegger/(R) Candidate for Governor;]
[SUPER=01-Cruz Bustamante/(D) Candidate for Governor;]
[SUPER=01-Rep. Darrell Issa/(R) California;]
[SUPER=01-Manuel Gallegus/CBS News;]
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(((LOCATOR: LOS ANGELES)

ITS A ONE TWO PUNCH FOR CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR GRAY DAVIS. FIRST, ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER SURPRISED EVERYONE BY JUMPING IN THE RACE-HIS STAR POWER EVIDENT AS HE FILED HIS PAPERS TODAY.


-SOT-ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER,(R)CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR


AND DAVISS OWN LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR CRUZ BUSTMANTE BECAME THE FIRST DEMOCRAT TO RUN AGAINST HIM. HIS MESSAGE, DONT DUMP DAVIS, BUT IF YOU DO, VOTE FOR ME.


-SOT-CRUZ BUSTAMANTE, (D)CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR

we saw the polls over the weekend and we decided the alternative we have to have is a serious candidate on the ballot. 05;40

DAVIS IS STILL GOVERNOR. TODAY AFTER ATTENDING A FUNERAL FOR A SHERIFF DEPUTY, HE REACTED TO THE STEAM ROLLING RECALL


-SOT-GOV. GRAY DAVIS, (D) CALIFORNIA


-NAT SOT-Issa choking up -

AND PERHAPS THE BIGGEST SURPRISE OF THEM ALL AN EMOTIONAL CONGRESSMAN DARRELL ISSA PULLED OUT OF THE RACE. HE WAS THE ONE WHO STARTED IT ALL -SPENDING AN ESTIMATED 1.7 MILLION DOLLARS TO FUND THE RECALL.


-SOT- U.S. REP. DARRELL ISSA, (R) CALIFORNIA

ISSA SAID IT HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH SCHWARZENNEGER. BUT IT COULD BE THAT ARNOLDS POPULARITY AND MONEY MACHINE MADE ISSA THE FIRST CANDIDATE TO BE TERMINATED.


-NAT SOT-QUICK SOT SCHWARZENEGGER

-STAND-UP-, ABOUT 6 WEEK CAMPAIGN AHEAD, LOTS OF TV ADS, NATIONAL ATTENTION. MANUEL GALLEGUS CBS NEWS LOS ANGELES.))


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In a county filled with historic architecture, one of the most significant homes is on the market and open to the public this weekend.
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[SUPER=03-Rockbridge Co.]


Thorn Hill Estate is located near Lexington. A National Historic Landmark, the home appears much as it did when it was built in late 18th century.
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[SOT 02;12:35]
[IN Q=The main part of the house]

((THE MAIN PART OF THE HOUSE WAS BUILT IN 1792, OF FLEMISH BOND BRICK MADE FROM WOODS CREEK, JUST DOWN THE HILL. IT ALSO HAS A NEW ADDITION, QUOTE UNQUOTE FROM 1797. AND BEYOND THAT THERE HAVE BEEN MODIFICATIONS, BUT IT HAS BEEN KEPT PURE TO THE PERIOD.))
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[OUT Q=pure to the period.]
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The house is significant both for its architecture, and its owners. We'll have more on both tonight on News 7 at Six.
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Thorn Hill is now listed for 795- thousand dollars, and the home will be open to the public from 12 to 4 on Sunday afternoon.


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According to industry statistics, there are more than three million truckers on the roads in America.
Some are away from home three or more weeks a month.
It's a lifestyle that can be difficult to handle. But a unique ministry has planted itself at truckstops to offer assistance when needed.
Eric Philips has the story.
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[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Rev. Joseph Hunter/Truck Stop Ministries;]
[SUPER=01-Walter Rockwell/Trucker;]
[SUPER=01-Eric Philips/Reporting;]
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There's still more News 7 to come. Up in just a moment, Leo will let us know if we can expect a nice weekend.
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[VO]
But first, we'll tell you about a small company in Connecticut that's made a serious business out of playing around.
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For most people, retirement is a time to relax and reap the rewards of a lifetime of work.
But for one couple, that's not enough. They're using their golden years to help other adults recapture their youth.
Kathleen Hays reports.
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[SUPER=03-Orange, CT; :00]
[SUPER=01-Diane Olin/Playthings Past; :14]
[SUPER=01-Steve Olin/Playthings Past; :18]
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((SOME RETIREES MAY BE FOUND ON THE GOLF COURSE, BUT STEVE OLIN AND HIS WIFE DIANE ARE PLAYING A VERY DIFFERENT GAME.
(TAKE NATSOT FULL PLAYING ROCK 'EM, SOCK 'EM.)

FOR MOST OF THEIR LIVES, TOYS WERE A PASSIONATE HOBBY, SOMETHING TO TAKE THEIR MINDS OFF WORK. BUT THAT CHANGED WHEN RETIREMENT APPROACHED. TAPE 2 1/8Diane3/8 "We had always talked about retirement, moving to Florida, but what do you do day after day" AND SO, THE OLINS STARTED TOYING WITH THE IDEA OF TURNING THEIR PASSION INTO A BUSINESS. THE RESULT: THEIR COMPANY, "PLAYTHINGS PAST." TAPE 1 1/8Steve3/8 "We try to specialize in retro toy concepts, toys that were made popular in the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s, that are still being made today, some of them in their original form and boxes." THEY STARTED SMALL, SPECIALIZING IN MINIATURE-GAME KEY CHAINS
NATSOT - "WE HAVE ANT FARM!"

THEN EXPANDED EVERYTHING FROM OLD-SCHOOL MICKEY
NATSOT OF MICKEY

TO SLINKY
NATSOT OF SLINKY

TO THESE NEW BESTSELLERS
NATSOT OF OPERATION PEN "I think you need delicate hands to do this BEEP!>"

WHEN THEIR CATALOGS COULDN'T KEEP UP WITH THEIR INVENTORY, THE OLINS VENTURED ONTO THE WEB. AND "PLAYTHINGS PAST" TOOK OFF. TAPE 1 1/8Diane3/8 "We had assembly lines, we even had my mother, my 86-year old mother helping us!"
NATSOT: "We have carebears going out to the state of washington"

TAPE 2 1/8Diane again3/8 "I think a lot of our customers are parents and grandparents buying them for their children and grandchildren or even siblings, people who are thankful because they knew it from their childhood." STEVE SPENT HIS YOUTH IN HIS FATHER'S TOY STORES UNTIL NATIONAL TOY CHAINS PUSHED THEM OUT OF BUSINESS. STEVE MOVED ON, BUT CONTINUED TO COLLECT TOYS FROM HIS PAST AND BEYOND.
NATSOT

TAPE 2 can you imagine how this survived in this condition since the 1890's?" SO, FOR THE OLINS -- OR TOYMAN AND TOYGAL -- SUCCESS ISN'T MEASURED ONLY BY PROFIT AND LOSS, BUT BY THE SATISFACTION OF BUILDING A FUTURE WITH "PLAYTHINGS PAST". ))


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Coming up today in Sports, Travis Wells will share some good news about the Martinsville Speedway.
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Then a little bit later, a dog that knew just what to do after being hit by a car.
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[5Marketwatch]


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On Wall Street today, there was little market reaction to a double dose of good economic news, with a decline in jobless claims and a jump in productivity. Alexis Christoforous has more.
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((A PRETTY GOOD DAY ON WALL STREET AS INVESTORS APPLAUDED A STRING OF REPORTS THAT PAINT A PICTURE OF AN IMPROVING ECONOMY.

DOW ROSE 64 POINTS

WHILE THE NASDAQ FINISHED BASICALLY FLAT.

FOR THE SEVENTH STRAIGHT WEEK, MORTGAGE RATES ARE ON THE RISE.. THE RATE ON THE 30 YEAR MORTGAGE HIT A ONE YEAR HIGH THIS WEEK OF 6.34 PERCENT. The 15-year mortgage, popular with refinancers also increased sharply, reaching 5.66 percent.

THE UNEMPLOYMENT LINES CONTINUE TO GET SHORTER... THE NUMBER OF AMERICANS FILING FOR STATE UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS FELL BY OVER 3-THOUSAND LAST WEEK...TO A SIX MONTH LOW.

A RETAIL REBOUND MAY BE IN THE WORKS. WALMART SAYS SALES AT STORES AT LEAST A YEAR JUMPED FOUR POINT-SIX-PERCENT LAST MONTH. SALES WERE SO GOOD IN FACT THAT WALMART IS RAISING ITS PROFIT OUTLOOK FOR THE SECOND QUARTER.

WALMART'S NOT THE ONLY ONE WITH GOOD NEWS GAP, NORDSTROM AND JC PENNEY ALL SAID JULY SALES WERE BETTER THAN EXPECTED AS SHOPPERS SNAPPED UP CLOTHING AND DISCOUNTED SUMMER MERCHANDISE.

track all the after the bell action at cbs.mw.com... In New York, I'm Alexis Christoforous ))

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Good afternoon and welcome to your Thursday ticker which starts with Nascar news. The Martinsville Speedway has always been a progressive track. And today the Speedway "advanced" its place in the sport a step further.
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Roanoke based Advance Auto announced this morning that it will pay sponsorship dollars for the spring Winston Cup events at the track for the next three years.
With stores in 38 states, Advance could have picked any track, but decided to stay close to its Roanoke roots.
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Martinsville is now one of just a handful of tracks with sponsors for both of its Cup events. Subway restaurants signed on several months ago to sponsor the fall races at the track.

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The Cup Series heads to Watkins Glen this weekend for the second and final road race of the season. Qualifying is set for Friday at 3, and several drivers have campaigned recently for two laps during road course time trials as opposed to one. But don't expect Nascar to make the change anytime soon.
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[SUPER=01-Jimmie Johnson/4th in Winston Cup Points; :00] QUICK!!
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If you want football season tickets at the University of Virginia, you'd better hurry. Today the school announced a new record of 35 thousand four season tickets sold compared to the old record of 34 thousand 378 back in 2001. The package includes all six of the Wahoos home games including the season opener August 30th at Scott Stadium against Duke.
That's it for the ticker. Coming up at six, Mike Stevens checks in from Blacksburg where the Virginia Tech Hokies held their first practice of the season. We'll see you then everybody.


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You may have heard amazing stories of dogs finding their way home from hundreds of miles away. But a canine in Corbin Kentucky has them beat.
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[SUPER=03-Corbin, KY;]

During a recent thunderstorm, 6-year old Scooby ran away from home and got hit by a car, injuring a leg and his tail. The next morning, employees at a local animal clinic say Scooby was waiting for them when they arrived.
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[SOT 13:20:49-13:21:09]
[IN Q=There are subdivisions with....]
[SUPER=01-Shirley Farris/Scottby's Owner;]

((SHIRLEY FARRIS SCOOBY'S OWNER: THERE ARE SUBDIVISIONS WITH HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS OF HOUSES BETWEEN ME ANDS VETS OFFICE, THERE ARE THREE LANES AND THERE IS A MINI MALL, AND HOW HE KNEW TO TAKE HIMSELF TO THE VET I DON'T KNOW. ))
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[OUT Q=to the vet, I don't know.]
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Workers at the animal clinic say scientists would most likely credit Scooby's ability to find the vet to the barking and the smell. But they like to think he was just smart enough to find his way.
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