08/06/06

News 7 at 6


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GRAPHIC=None It's happened again....a water


main break in southeast Roanoke --
creating headaches for drivers and
water customers.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

This was the scene around six
this morning at the intersection of
Orange Avenue and 13th street.

A 12-inch-water main broke --
closing down that section of Orange
Avenue.

The water, however, was restored
within hours.

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INQ=Nobody is without




*CG 2line Sarah Baumgardner
Western Virginia Water Authority @00:03:19

SARAH:NOBODY IS WITHOUT POWER RIGHT
NOW. BY THE TIME THEY WERE OUT HERE AND
GOT EVERYTHING VALVED OFF BY 8AM PEOPLE
HAD FULL POWER TO THE WATER RESTORED.
PEOPLE MAY HAVE NOTICED DECREASED

PRESSURE THIS MORNING OR SOME PEOPLE
MAY HAVE NOTICED THAT THEY DIDN'T HAVE
WATER BUT EVERYBODY IS BACK ON LINE
NOW.

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OQ=on line now.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Just last month, a water main
broke in the same area.

Water authority officials say the
breaks are most likely the result of
old piping.

The 12 inch pipe lying under
Orange Avenue dates back to the 1940s.

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GRAPHIC=Accident An accident in Roanoke today


didn't put anybody in the hospital --
but it did leave a police station in
bad shape.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG locator Roanoke

Investigators say 74-year-old
Frank Edward King ran the stop sign at
Eleventh and Jamison in southeast
Roanoke and hit 38-year-old Dennis
Nichols.

King's truck ended up on the
front porch of a Roanoke City Police
satellite office.

The building has now been
declared structurally unsound.

Neither driver was injured.

King was charged with
disregarding a stop sign.

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GRAPHIC=None Back to school shopping was made


a little easier this weekend as
Virginia experimented with its first
ever Tax Free Holiday.

Both retailers and consumers give
the holiday an A-Plus.

Jeremy Butterfield has more.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



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INQ=Stores and consumers


*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG 2line Carman Via
Wal-Mart Co-Manager
:11
*CG 2line Donna Austin
Back to School Shopping
:22
*CG standup Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com
:30
*CG 2line Matthew Cerasuolo
Circuit City Store Director
:45

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OQ=News 7, Roanoke. < (END SOT) weekend gathering up crayons, pencils,


and all the other necessities required
to start the school year off right.

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INQ= @01:09:22



CARMAN:WE'VE STOCKED 24-HOURS A DAY IN
THE LAST THREE DAYS JUST IN STATIONARY

RUN=:05 (END SOT)



OQ= This was Virginia's first try at


a Tax Free weekend and parents,
preparing to send more than one child

to school say the discount helped.

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INQ= @01:13:59



DONNA:THE PRICES TO PUT FOUR KIDS
THROUGH SCHOOL ANYWAY AND THEN TO HAVE
THAT TAX RELIEF REALLY MAKES A BIG
DIFFERENCE.

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OQ= BUTT BUTT BUTT



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JEREMY:THE STATES LIST OF TAX FREE
ITEMS INCLUDED SOME CLOTHES AND SCHOOL
SUPPLIES, BUT THE COMMONWEALTH GAVE
RETAILERS THE OPTION OF ADDING TO THAT
LIST AND ABSORBING THE COST THEMSELVES.
AN OPTION THAT PAID OFF FOR STORES LIKE
CIRCUIT CITY WHO OFFERED EVERYTHING IN
THE STORE TAX FREE.

RUN=:15 (END SOT)



OQ= BUTT BUTT BUTT



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INQ= @01:17:43



MATTHEW:WE EXPERIENCED REVENUES WELL
OVER TWICE WHAT WE WERE EXPECTING FOR A
NORMAL SATURDAY NORMAL FRIDAY,SO IT WAS
GOOD FOR US, GOOD FOR THE CUSTOMER,
GOOD FOR US.

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OQ= Back to school shopping used to


consist of three ring binders, pens,
and pencils.

But things have changed.

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INQ= @01:19:55



REPORTER:A LOT OF BACK TO SCHOOL GETS
GETTING 60 INCH PLASMAS?////NO, WE
EXPERIENCED AN INCREASE IN THE
ENTERTAINMENT SALES BUT MOST OF OUR
SALES WERE ON THE BACK TO SCHOOL
SUPPLIES. LAPTOPS, DESKTOPS, INTERNET
STUFF LIKE THAT.

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OQ= Both the Wal-Mart and Circuit


City managers say they would like to
see the state expand next year's list
to include college necessities.

But for now retailers are happy
to pay the extra costs, and consumers
are happy to take advantage.

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MATTHEW:SOME PEOPLE SAVED 15 DOLLARS
SOME PEOPLE SAVED 300 DOLLARS,
EVERYBODY WAS REALLY HAPPY TO SAVE THAT
SMALL AMOUNT OR THAT BIG AMOUNT. EVERY
LITTLE BIT HELPS.

RUN=:10 (END SOT)




OQ= Jeremy Butterfield, News7,


Roanoke.>>
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GRAPHIC=Bob McDonnell If a Virginia college wants to


put up a tent on campus -- it must
apply for a permit and pay a 50-dollar
fee.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond

That's just one of the rules
written in Virginia's 24-thousand pages
of administrative regulations.

Attorney General Bob McDonnell
says it's time some of them were either
eliminated or modified.

He's assembled a group of
Virginians to go through them -- and
recommending ones that don't make sense
in 2006.

McDonnell says unnecessary
regulations cost businesses money.

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INQ=Which in turn are





*CG 2line Bob McDonnell
Virginia Attorney General BOB McDONNELL/VIRGINIA ATTORNEY
GENERAL: WHICH IN TURN ARE PASSED ON
TO THE CONSUMER WHICH MEANS THE COST OF
GOODS AND SERVICES FOR THE CITIZENS OF
VIRGINIA MIGHT BE ARTIFICIALLY HIGH.
OUR JOB IS TO FIND WHICH OF THOSE DON'T
MAKE SENSE ANYMORE IN THE 21ST CENTURY.

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OQ=in the 21st Century.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



It will take the task force
several years to complete its work.

In the past 50-years, Virginia's
administrative code has grown from two
volumes to 24.

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GRAPHIC=None Some Roanoke Valley volunteers


want to make sure harmful chemicals are
properly thrown away.


ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

The Clean Valley Council started
the *Household Hazardous Waste
Collection* more than ten years ago.

It began as an effort to keep
motor oil, harmful cleaning agents, and
other hazardous materials out of the
landfills and off the streets.

The free collection day has since
grown to include Roanoke City, Roanoke
County, Vinton and Botetourt County.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
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INQ=There's a




*CG 2line Anne Masters
Clean Valley Council Director @00:05:03

ANNE:THERE'S A VARIETY OF AGES, THERE
IS A VARIETY OF VEHICLES THEY HAVE
DOGS, KIDS, GRANDPARENTS THERE YOUNG,
THERE SINGLE IT'S AWESOME. PEOPLE CARE
A WHOLE LOT ABOUT WHAT WE BREATHE AND
WHAT IS AROUND IN OUR ENVIRONMENT.

RUNS=:14 (END SOT)



OQ=in our environment.






VO-NAT VO-NAT



Masters says the next hazardous
waste collection day will be in
November.

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GRAPHIC=None From Marc Lamarre to this


weekend's state tax holiday, a number
of News 7 stories generated comments
from our viewers.

*Joe Dashiell* has this week's
Feedback.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL



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INQ=





RUNS=1:45 (END SOT)



OQ=Feedback music." < (END SOT) Lamarre heroin overdose case, prompted


a Vinton viewer to comment, " I just
cannot believe the way he is always
portrayed as the good guy, and the bad
drug dealers are all to blame." Linda

Hullett wrote, "If it weren't for
people like Marc causing the demand for
these drugs, there would not be drug
dealers."

Following a story on the
Interstate 81 truck fire that forced
the evacuation of a Roanoke County
neighborhood, a viewer from Thaxton
said we had "bashed" truck drivers who
haul hazardous materials.

Joe Darnel wrote, "Drivers who
have haz-mat endorsements on their
licenses are put through intense
training, more so since 9/11. These
drivers are professional and follow
strict laws. If not, the driver and
company face fines in the thousands of
dollars, and that is a start."

When merchants at Valley View
complained that the 581 interchange
remains unfinished 7 years after it
opened, Roanoker Richard Lovegrove
responded.

"So what?" he wrote. "I hate the
congestion there on the rare occasions
I do head that way, but the Roanoke
Valley and the state have much more
pressing transportation concerns than
getting in and out of a shopping area

easily."

"I'd also guess that some of the
folks who want in and out of Valley
View quickly are the same ones who, in
a recent poll, said they want
transportation problems fixed, but
don't want more taxes to fund the
projects and also don't want other
spending cut. Where are those money
trees?"

And finally, Rural Retreat
resident Mike Lindsey weighed in on the
State Sales Tax Holiday.

"I don't see the big deal. I get
to go fight the big crowds, wrestle
away that last pack of index cards from
someone's hand and if I spend $200 I'll
save a whopping 10 bucks.
Whoop-dee-doo!!"

If you have a comment about an
issue News 7 covered, or the way we
covered it, let us know by fax, email
or letter.

For News 7 Feedback, this is Joe
Dashiell>>
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It's all about working together
as a team.

ENG#=1





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG tease TEAMWORK

Still to come on News
7...companies from around the country
will soon compete in the U.S.
challenge.

And, some local teams say they've
got a good chance of coming out on top.




END VO END VO
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WEATHER CENTER POSITION #1




WEATHERBUG/FULL WEATHERBUG/FULL

Daily Almanac












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Music will soon fill the hills
and mountains of Carroll County.

ENG#=1





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG tease TUNING UP

Still to come on News
7....fiddlers from across the country
are gathering for this year's Fiddler's
Convention.


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MINI OPEN MINI OPEN
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GRAPHIC=HEALTH REVIEW A new health outreach program is

HEALTHCHECK7 ANIMATION targeting African Americans.

Plus, doctors have some advice
for pregnant women.

And the excessive heat lands some
people in the emergency room.

Joy Sutton has more in Health

Review.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL



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INQ= Lewis-Gale Medical Center


*CG 2line Dr. Robert Dowling
Lewis-Gale Medical Director
:13


*CG 2line Dr. John Harding
South Roanoke OB-GYN
:43


*CG 2line Rev. James Cook
Trinity Baptist Church
1:14


*CG reporter Joy Sutton
jsutton@wdbj7.com
1:27



RUNS=1:37 (END SOT)



OQ=that's health review, I'm Joy Sutton << TAPE 506-04 @ 17:14



(END SOT) Lewis-Gale Medical Center saw several


patients in its emergency room for heat
related injuries . Doctors say people
have to becareful not to underestimate
the heat and humidity because a person
can fall victim very quickly.

SOT FULL SOT FULL




INQ= THERE IS A PROGRESSION FROM JUST
run=14 GETTING VERY HOT, TO HEAT EXHAUSTION,


TO HEAT STROKE. YOU START FEELING HOT
AND FLUSHED AND SWEATING PROFUSELY AS
YOU PROGRESS INTO HEAT STROKE YOU
ACTUALLY STOP PERSPIRING

(END SOT)



tape 505-14 @ 1;12:40

Pregant women are more prone to
dehydration so they have to be extra
careful to stay hydrated.This is just
one of many things they need to be
mindful of, they should also avoid such
as tanning beds, hot tubs, cat litter,
cigarette smoke, alcohol and x-rays.

The first trimester is the most
critical.

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INQ= ONE OF THE KEY ISSUES IS TRYING TO
run=16 PREVENT NEURAL TUBE DEFECTS, THINGS


LIKE SPINABIFIDA AND THE KEY THERE IS
FOLIC ACID. THE RECOMMENDATION IS
ACTUALLY TAKING FOLIC ACID PRIOR TO
GETTING PREGNANT

(END SOT)



tape 505-12 @ 1:13:57

And finally in health news,

Lewis-Gale Medical Center and several
local pastors have launched a new

outreach program. The focus is to
educate African Americans about the
importance of preventive healthcare and
get them to take advantage of free
screenings.

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INQ= THE BODY ITSELF IS THE TEMPLE OF GOD.
run=13 AND GOD WANTS US TO EXERCISE GOOD


STEWARDSHIP OVER BODIES 37 TO EAT
PROPERLY TAKE PREVENTIVE MEASURE TAKE
CARE THAT PHYSICAL TEMPLE. THE TEMPLE
HOUSES OUR SOUL

(END SOT)



As part of this initiative Lewis-Gale
will be offering free health screenings
next Saturday at GW Carver Elementary
School. The first session will focus
on the heart.

That's health review, I'm Joy Sutton

>>
WEB PROMO NEXT WEB PROMO NEXT

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ANCHOR on GFX ANCHOR ON GFX


AD-LIB OVER WEB PAGE If you'd like more information about
the program, or any of these health
stories, just go to our web site
WDBJ7-dot-com and click on Health News.




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GRAPHIC=None Later this year, corporate teams


from around the country will visit the
Roanoke Valley to face off in the U-S
Challenge -- and the event will also
include competitors with local
connections.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG file Challenger World Video

Close to 50 companies have signed
up for the competition so far, and
organizers expect to have more than 60
at the starting line in October.

The two day challenge will test
participants' physical abilities, but

also their communication, teamwork and
problem solving skills.

At least five Roanoke Valley
teams, and others from around the state
will compete for the "Virginia Cup" --
along with the event's top honors.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL
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INQ=




*CG 2line Oscar Bryant
Delta Dental Team Member OSCAR BRYANT/DELTA DENTAL TEAM MEMBER: :00 I THINK WE'LL BE VERY COMPETITIVE. I
THINK OUR ONE DISADVANTAGE IS NOT
HAVING GONE THROUGH THIS BEFORE, BUT
OTHER THAN THAT, I THINK WE'LL GIVE
THEM A RUN FOR THEIR MONEY. OUR GOAL IS
TO WIN, IF NOT TO NO COME IN LAST.
*CG 2line Michele Plunkett
Delta Dental Team Member MICHELE PLUNKETT/DELTA DENTAL TEAM :15 MEMBER: WE'VE GOT A GOOD GROUP OF
PEOPLE, AND I THINK WE'LL WORK TOGETHER
WELL, AS OSCAR SAID, YOU KNOW A VARIETY
OF BACKGROUNDS AND AGES, SO I THINK
WE'LL DO A GREAT JOB.

RUNS=22 (END SOT)



OQ=so I think we'll do a great job.


MYRANDA ON CAM MYRANDA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None In addition to the local teams



taking part in the competition, Lewis
Gale Medical Center has *signed on* as
a major sponsor.

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TRAVIS ON CAM TRAVIS ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Coming up, we'll find out who


kissed the bricks at Indy, Roland Minor
talks about the accident that will
sideline him for more than a month, and

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease HIGH FLYERS

a trip to Moneta is on the way to
check on the Staunton River Golden
Eagles in our Friday Football Extra
preview.

(END VO) END VO



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GRAPHIC=Allstate 400 Let's get it started on the track


where five times has the winner at
Indianapolis gone on to claim the Cup
championship.

The countdown to the Chase continued
today on the bricks with just 6 races
left until the postseason.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Indianapolis, IN
NBC Sports A long season for Elliott Sadler :00 got worse today just 3 laps in as
Sadler spun out and smacked the wall to
bring out the day's first yellow.

Jeff Gordon has been the model of
consistency at the historic track, but
not today. The 24 went three laps down
after suffering a broken bolt on the
front sway bar.

Points leader Jimmie Johnson
came in to fix a flat at lap 40 and
then got a little hot under the collar
thanks to a fire in the pits as he

exited.

But he worked his way back to
the front, and on fresh tires passed
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. for the lead with
10 to go. Johnson then held off Matt
Kenseth to take the checkers for his
first Brickyard win.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL



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INQ=




*CG 2line Jimmie Johnson
First Indy Victory
:00

RUNS=17



OQ=get by 'em."





TAKE BOARDS (END SOT)



(TAKE BOARDS)<< *CG nascar1 ALLSTATE 400
1. Jimmie Johnson


2. Matt Kenseth


3. Kevin Harvick


4. Clint Bowyer


5. Mark Martin



*CG nascar1 ALLSTATE 400 >> 6. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.


7. Kyle Busch


8. Carl Edwards


9. Tony Stewart


10. Kurt Busch



RUNS=10



OUTCUE=last driver."



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GRAPHIC=FRIDAY FOOTBALL EXTRA Our Friday Football Extra


Previews take us to Moneta tonight to
check in with the Staunton River Golden
Eagles. 2 years ago Dave Rocco's club
finished 0 and 10. Last Season the
progession was clear with a 4 and 6
record. So you can understand the

excitment that Coach Rocco has for this
season.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL



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*CG 2line Dave Rocco
Staunton River Head Coach







RUNS=34 (END SOT)



OQ=suprise some people.





VO-NAT VO-NAT


*CG locator Moneta

The Golden Eagles will rely heavily on
the option again. That means a lot of
resposibility will fall on Staunton
River's Quarterback Clayton Walvoort.

(END VO) (END VO)





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ENG#=1



INQ=





RUNS=19 (END SOT)



OQ=job done for us.



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GRAPHIC=TECH Virginia Tech starts the 2006


football season in less than four
weeks.

As we told you on Friday,
GRAPHIC=ROLAND MINOR cornerback Roland Minor won't be in


uniform for at least 6 weeks because of
injuries he suffered in car wreck.

Intern reporter Clark Ruhland
tells us that Minor now realizes life
can change in the blink of an eye.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL



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INQ=




*CG locator Atlanta, GA
2004 Season
:00


*CG 2line Roland Minor
Injured Virginia Tech Cornerback
:19



*CG standup Clark Ruhland
Intern Reporter
:34



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OQ=...NEWS 7 SPORTS." < (END SOT) Minor planned on competing for the


starting cornerback position after
starting all but one game in 2005.
However, his car accident has given him
a new outlook on football and life,
just days away from the beginning of
the season.

17:??:?? (come back for.) :17

Standup

17:12:28 (hit that little kid.) :24

The accident could be a blessing in
disguise for Minor, giving him a chance
to spend more time in the classroom.

17:11:05 (be patient.) :10

In Blacksburg, Clark Ruhland, News 7
sports.

>>

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ANCHOR=TRAVIS




*CG locator Lancashire, England
ABC Sports Sherri Steinhauer is the ladies :00 British Open Champ for a third time.
Steinhauer fired a 72 to finish at
7-under par, good for a three shot win. *CG locator Grand Blanc, MI
CBS Sports And Tiger Woods is the youngest
PGA Tour player to reach 50 wins. The
30 year old carded a fourth straight
round of 66 in the final round of the
Buick Open. Woods finished at 24-under
to beat Jim Furyk by three shots.

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GRAPHIC=None It's the oldest and largest of


its kind in the world -- and it all
begins tomorrow in Galax.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Galax

Thousands of campers from across
the country began setting up inside
Felts park this afternoon -- for the
71st annual Old Fiddler's Convention.

But, not everybody is camping.

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INQ=The motels from




*CG 2line Tom Jones
Old Fiddler's Convention @00:40:02

TOM JONES:THE MOTELS FROM DOWN CLOSE TO
MT. AIRY AND ALSO OVER TOWARDS
WYTHEVILLE. MOST OF THEM ARE FILLED UP
BY NOW. TAKES IN A PRETTY GOOD AREA,
ACCOMMODATE A LOT OF PEOPLE. COURSE
BEFORE THE WEEKS OUT WE PROBABLY WILL
HAVE BETWEEN 35 AND 40 THOUSAND PEOPLE
THAT WILL VISIT US HERE THIS WEEK.

RUNS=:18 (END SOT)



OQ=this week.






VO-NAT VO-NAT



The entertainment begins tomorrow
as the Youth Competition gets underway
at seven o'clock.

About 20-thousand dollars in cash
prizes will be given out throughout the
week.

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