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As we prepare to vote tomorrow, we don't know who's bankrolling the winning candidates. We'll talk about that in a moment on NEWS 7 at SIX.
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And take a tour of the underground bunker that would have served as a doomsday shelter beneath the Greenbrier Resort.
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Tonight in sports, I'll join you live from the Roanoke Valley Sports Club with special guest Dr. Jerry Punch.
Plus the city of Cleveland's resurgence in the 90's
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has been interrupted, as Browns owner Art Modell announces he is moving the team to Baltimore.
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Looks like rain for this election day. Scattered showers in the forecast for the next 24 hours.

Campaign-Money


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE# 95-81
GRAPHIC=Election '95


Tomorrow-- November 7th-- is judgement day for General Assembly candidates.
But the really big winners won't all be counted until DECEMBER 7th.
That's the day the names of corporations and individuals who financed a winning candidate show up in finance reports.
Some say voters should be outraged.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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(( The last thought George Allen would like to leave you with is Tamoil.
That's a New York oil broker that admits previous ties to the Libyan government -- and is helping fund Democratic ads like this with a hundred thousand dollars of possibly terrorist linked money.
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((LARRY SABATO/UVA POLITICAL ANALYST: IN VIRGINIA, YOU HAVE A WILD WEST SYSTEM OF CAMPAIGN FINANCE WHERE ANYTHING GOES. THERE ARE NO LIMITS. WE'VE HAD GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES IN THE PAST WHO'VE TAKEN UP TO A HALF A MILLION DOLLARS FROM A SINGLE PERSON. AND IT'S NOT GOING TO CHANGE BECAUSE IT SUITS THE POLITICIANS WELL.))
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On the other side of the fence: Smithfield Foods.
The company is under state and federal investigation for a dizzying number of recent pollution violations.
Governor Allen's PAC has taken 125- thousand dollars in pork packing money.
Sabato says it's wrong.
But legal in Virginia.
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((LARRY SABATO/UVA POLITICAL ANALYST: WHAT I FIND INCREDIBLE ABOUT VIRGINIA, AND I'VE BEEN WATCHING IT FOR 25 YEARS, IS THAT PEOPLE DO NOT DEMAND THE OBVIOUS. THEY DO NOT DEMAND A CHANGE IN WHAT IS PERCEPTIVELY A CORRUPT SYSTEM.))
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((AS PUBLIC AWARENESS OF WHO PAYS FOR CAMPAIGNS AND WHO BENEFITS INCREASES, LET THERE BE NO DOUBT, SO DOES THE MONEY. THIS WILL HAVE BEEN BY FAR THE MOST EXPENSIVE GENERAL ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS IN VIRGINIA HISTORY. ELLEN QUALLS, NEWS 7, RICHMOND.))
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Allen-Gilmore


ANCHOR=Keith
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WRITER=jda
TAPE# 95-85
GRAPHIC=hold election '95


The Tamoil contribution has given Virginia Republicans fresh ammunition in the final hours of the fall campaign.
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Joe Dashiell reports from the Roanoke regional airport where Governor George Allen and Attorney General Jim Gilmore rallied local republicans this after noon.
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Beyer


ANCHOR=Keith
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TAPE# 95-86
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Tomorrow's election will be the most important one of their lives.
That's what former state Democratic party chairman Mark Warner told the
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crowd gathered at a rally today in Arlington.
Warner predicted a Democratic victory in the General Assembly elections.
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((MARK WARNER/FORMER VA. DEMOCRATIC PARTY CHAIRMAN: THE TRUTH IS, WITH US, NO MATTER WHAT THE OTHER SIDE DOES WITH THOSE SCURRULOUS LIES AND RHETORIC AND LIARS AND EVERYTHING ELSE OUT THERE-- THE TRUTH WILL COME OUT IF WE GET OUR VOTE OUT THERE TOMORROW. ))
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Meanwhile, Senator Chuck Robb says this election resembles last year's-- in that victory will depend on strong Democratic turnout in Northern Virginia.

Glaise


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=THA
TAPE# 95-77
GRAPHIC=Election '95


Health care was among the topics tackled by candidates vying for State Senate in the 19th district.
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Democrat Joyce Glaise read a prepared statement at a news conference in Danville today.
Glaise is challenging Republican incumbent Charles Hawkins.
She zeroed in on proposed cuts to medicaid and medicare.
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((JOYCE GLAISE/D- STATE SENATE CANDIDATE: THE BUDGET CUTS PROPOSED IN WASHINGTON D.C. WILL MEAN 100- BILLION DOLLARS LESS FOR HEALTH CARE FOR RURAL AREAS AROUND THE COUNTRY. IN PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, 80- PERCENT OF ALL HOSPITAL REVENUES COME FROM MEDICARE AND MEDICAID. SEN. CHARLES HAWKINS/R- CHATHAM: NO ONE CAN SIT HERE TODAY AND TELL YOU HOW MUCH IS INVOLVED, BECAUSE NO ONE KNOWS. BUT I CAN TELL YOU THAT THE STATE IS IN A MUCH BETTER STATE TO FERRET OUT THE WASTE THAT'S TAKING PLACE IN THAT SYSTEM THAN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. ))
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Hawkins says the bureaucracy that's built up around medicaid and medicare in Washington has made the system unmanageable.
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Ahead on News-7, mourning for Israel's assassinated prime minister and speculation on how his death will affect Mid-East peace,
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and a bunker built during the cold war reveals its secrets.
A visit to the Greenbrier, and its unusual guest quarters coming up.
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Local-Rabin


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=bmy
TAPE# 95-76
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World leaders, family, and friends were in Jerusalem today to help bury Yitzhak Rabin.
The Israeli Prime Minister was assassinated Saturday during a peace rally.
Roanoke's Jewish community paid special tribute to Rabin during this morning's worship service at Beth Israel Synagogue.
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The people prayed for continued progress toward peace in the Middle East and said special prayers for the slain world leader.
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((EXALTED, COMPASSIONATE GOD, GRANT PERFECT PEACE AMONG THE HOLY AND THE PURE TO THE SOUL OF OUR DEAR PRIME MINISTER YITZAK RABIN. ))
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Rabbi Fox says it is difficult for the Jewish community to deal with the fact that a Jewish man shot Prime Minister Rabin.
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((RABBI JEROME FOX/BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE: THIS ASSASSINATION HAS NOT BEEN PART OF POLITICAL STRUCTURE FOR TWO THOUSAND YEARS. TWO THOUSAND YEARS AGO YES, IN GRECO ROMAN TIMES THERE THAT SOME SAY THAT LED TO THE DESTRUCTION OF JERUSALEM IN THE YEAR 70. THIS HAS NOT BEEN DONE FOR TWO THOUSAND YEARS AND IS A REASON SECURITY AROUND RABIN WAS FAIRLY LAX.))
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Rabbi Fox says people need ritual to help get them through a tragic time like this. He says watching ceremonies on television is not enough to help a community heal.
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Tech-Rabin


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE# 95-88
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An expert on Middle East history at Virginia Tech fears the impact Rabin's death could have on the peace process.
Professor William Ochsenwald (OX-en-wahld) has lived in several Middle East countries, including Israel.
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He hopes the assassination will re-energize the Labor Party and peace supporters, but fears the party will lose its narrow majority without Rabin's leadership.
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((WILLIAM OCHSENWALD/MIDDLE EAST HISTORY PROFESSOR: ELECTIONS, NATIONAL ELECTIONS IN ISRAEL ARE DUE TO TAKE PLACE NEXT YEAR, AND IT COULD BE THAT THIS ASSASSINATION WILL LEAD TO A WEAKENING OF THE LABOR PARTY AND A GAINING OF STRENGTH FOR THE LIKUD OPPOSITION. AND IF THAT HAPPENS THE POSSIBILITY OF PEACE PROGRESSING WILL BECOME MUCH LESS. ))
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Ochsenwald says Israel AND the U.S. now more than ever must guard against religious nationalist extremists further derailing the peace process.

Amherst-Fire


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=jmc
TAPE# 95-80
GRAPHIC=Fatal Fire


A fire at a mobile home in Franklin County killed two brothers.
It happened early Sunday morning, near Boones Mill.
When firefighters arrived, they found the trailer in flames.
Once the fire was under control, they found the bodies of Johnny and James Holland.
Officials say the cause of the fire was some combustible material left near a portable electric heater.
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Also yesterday, an Amherst County man died when his trailer home went up in flames.
The elderly victim, who police have not identified, apparently could not escape his burning house on Woodrow Avenue.
Authorities say it did not appear the fire was suspicious but police are investigating.
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Kidney-Deaths


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE# 95-87
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An outside probe into the recent deaths of kidney dialysis patients at Greensville Correctional Center concludes there are NO deficits in patient care.
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The maximum security prison that houses the death chamber came under fire after Virginia's bi- partisan crime commission looked into recent inmate deaths.
In the report, a dialysis expert at U-VA's Health Sciences Center recommends such things as new dialysis machines, better record keeping, and continuing education for the nursing staff.
But the study concludes that UVA "did not find the causes or circumstances of death of these dialysis patients out of the ordinary." Corrections Director Ron Angelone says the report completely exonerates his department.
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Stocks


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Wall Street experienced lower than normal trading levels today, weakening the market.
The DOW dropped 11- and- a- half points to close at 48- hundred- 14.
Nasdaq was down three- and- a- half points.
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Snoring


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE# 95-84
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For about 25-percent of the population-- SNORING is a big problem.
Now, area patients have access to a new laser procedure which corrects the problem-- nearly painlessly.
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Snoring occurs when air is obstructed through the passages at the back of the mouth and nose-- causing the soft palette and uvula to vibrate.
But a new laser surgery at Community Hospital reshapes the back of the throat, in about four treatments.
Experts say it's better than most of the alternatives.
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((DR. WILLIAM DICHTEL/HEAD AND NECK SPECIALIST: THERE HAVE BEEN 200- AND SOME PATENTS IN THE PATENT OFFICE FOR DEALING WITH SNORING AND PROBABLY THE MOST UNUSUAL IS A DEVICE THAT PUTS A TENNIS BALL ON THEIR BACK TO KEEP PEOPLE FROM LYING FLAT ON THEIR BACK AT NIGHT-- THAT'S BEEN ONE OF THE DEVICES THAT PEOPLE USE.))
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The consequences of the laser procedure are a little less painful-- a temporary sore throat can be expected.

Greenbrier-Bunker


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Federal officials are coming clean in West Virginia.
For the past 37- years, a massive nuclear fallout shelter has sat underneath the Greenbrier Resort.
Today, for the first time, reporters were allowed inside the bunker.
Scott Prince was there.
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(( The Greenbrier Resort has been a staple of hotel excellence for the past 200 years.
But over the past 4 decades, it's been buried in a bed of secrets-- top secrets to be exact.
Thirty- seven years ago, underneath the Greenbrier, this nuclear fallout shelter was built.
It was designed to protect top federal officials, like members of Congress.
And even though there's been speculation that the facility existed, federal officials were able to keep a low profile.
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((FRITZ BUGAS/FORMER U.S. DEFENSE AID: WE HAD INDIVIDUALS WHO WERE CONTENT TO LEAD A DUAL LIFE. ONE OF DOING CERTAIN WORK FOR THE GOVERNMENT, YET BEING AN ACTIVE PART OF THE COMMUNITY. ))
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A telecommunications studio, decontamination areas, and dormitories make up just a small portion of this 112- thousand square foot bunker.
But back in July, the government abandoned the shelter and ownership was handed over to the resort.
Since then there's been debate over what to do with it.
Many say it should be turned into a museum.
Others think it should become a casino.
But Greenbrier officials aren't saying a word.
For right now, they're satisfied in knowing the U-S Government would have had a place to operate in the event of a nuclear attack.
They're even more satisfied in knowing they never had to use it.
Scott Prince, News 7, White Sulpher Springs, West Virginia.)) Sports Tease
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Coming up tonight in sports, The Browns check out of Cleveland and move into Baltimore.
UVa looks to make Turtle soup this weekend.
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And ESPN analyst Dr. Jerry Punch will join us for LIVE here at the Roanoke Valley sports club in just a minute.
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S-Browns
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A lot of Browns fans are blue tonight, after today's lunch time announcement in downtown Baltimore that confirmed Cleveland's worse fear - The Browns are moving to Baltimore.
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Maryland Governor Parris Glendening says the team will start playing at Memorial stadium in 1996.
The Browns have been an institution in Cleveland since 1950.
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The Move still needs approval from the NFL owners. And this morning the city of Cleveland got a temporary injunction blocking the team from leaving before a November 20th hearing.
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S-Atlanta


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
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And as promised ESPN college football and racing analyst Dr. Jerry Punch now joins us a few moments before addressing the Roanoke Valley sports club tonight. q&a MIKE/JERRY
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Mike and Punch talk about NASCAR, ROLL ONCE PUNCH IS ESTABLISHED.

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S-Wood


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
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Here's comething for you to be on the lookout for this weekend in Atlanta.
The Wood Brothers Citgo Ford has a brand new paint scheme for this race
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Roll While MIke intros the VO on the James Bond Car.

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S-Tech


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
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Let's switch gears to football. A lot of Tech fans spent Sunday E-mailing some not so pleasant notes to ESPN studio analysts Craig James and Lee Corso after they
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trashed the Hokies before and after their win over Syracuse.
Any thoughts on that?
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S-UVa


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
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Now you were on the sideline for UVa's big upset of Florida State last Thursday night.
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Tell us a little bit about what George Welsh was telling you as he left the field with that unexpected lead at halftime last Thursday.

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wrap up and go to mike centered

S-Cavs


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
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GRAPHIC=Virginia football


After beating second ranked Florida State, the Virginia Cavaliers are now the nations 14th rated team.
Steve Mason says the Cavs have two challenges this week. First, coming down from cloud nine, and then preparing for Maryland.
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((UVa's win earned Charlottesville a new name and a new feeling. What it's like to be on the winning end of a game that comes down to the final play. ((:))
The victory proved to be another national coming out party for Tiki Barber, and after the game analysts were mentioning Barber as a future Heisman candidate, not Warrick Dunn. ((:)) FSU will probably receive the higher bowl alliance rating and UVa will most likely get a bid to the Gator, Peach or Carquest Bowls, though Virginia won. Bowl officials still had encouraging words for UVa. ((:)) ((:)) ((:)) Game time saturday at Byrd Stadium is scheduled for noon. Steve Mason, News 7 Sports.
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