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Ahead on News 7 mornin, a government shutdown could be just a Presidential pen stroke away.
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And a Danville teenager faces years behind bars for the murder of a grocery store manger. wx-head
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Budget


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=mornin
WRITER=mel
TAPE#Net a
GRAPHIC=washington dc


The threat of a government shutdown looms as the White House and Republicans remain at a budget impasse.
Today the House is expected to give President Clinton two plans that could stop the federal default.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington DC;


Last night the Senate made a move to keep the government wheels in motion.
It passed a bill providing temporary funding through December 1st.
But Democrats don't like it and the President says he'll veto it.
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((LEON PANETTA/CHIEF OF STAFF: REPUBLICANS ARE OBVIOUSLY RESORTING TO A FORM OF BLACKMAIL IN ORDER TO PUSH THEIR AGENDA ON THE COUNTRY.)) ((SEN. TOM DASCHLE/D- SENATE MINORITY LEADER: IT'S A TURKEY STUFFED WITH ALL KIDS OF DISASTROUS ELEMENTS THAT HAVE TO COME OUT.))
SUPER=01-Leon Panetta/Chief of Staff;
SUPER=01-Sen. Tom Daschlee/(D) Senate Minority Leader;
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VO-NAT


Democrats don't want cuts to Medicare and environmental regulation among other things-
But Republicans say the President needs to negotiate.
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((SEN. ROBERT DOLE/R- MAJORITY LEADER: IF HE'S NOT WILLING TO COOPERATE ON A PATH TO A BALANCED BUDGET THEN THE CHOICE WILL BE HIS IF THE GOVERNMENT SHUTS DOWN HIS FINGERPRINTS ARE GOING TO BE ALL OVER IT.))
SUPER=01-Sen. Robert Dole/(R) Majority Leader;
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ANCHOR=Melanie
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If the government shuts down next Tuesday, 800- thousand federal workers could be furloughed.

Bosnia


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=mel
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=christopher


Secretary of State Warren Christopher will attend the Bosnian peace talks in Dayton, Ohio today.
He'll oversee a ceremony during which the Muslim and Croat delegations will sign key aspects of a federation accord.
The plan includes agreements on the return of refugees.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington DC;


Yesterday, Christopher met with the chief of the Swiss Federation.
He says if there is an agreement reached between the warring factions, the Swiss Federation and the Organization on Security and Cooperation in Europe, will play an important role in monitoring human rights and elections.
Christopher calls the Ohio talks pormising, but says many hard problems remain.
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Arafat


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=mel
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=rabin


Israeli police say a SIXTH suspect is facing arraignment in connection with the assassination of Israel's Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
Israeli authorities identify the latest suspect as a RIGHT-wing activist from a West Bank settlement.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Gaza Strip;


Meantime, P-L-O leader Yasser Arafat did NOT attend Rabin's funeral earlier this week, but he has NOW paid his respects to Rabin's widow.
Yesterday, the Palestinian leader SECRETLY visited her in Israel.
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((REPORTER Q: what did you say to her? YASSIR ARAFAT/PLO LEADER:.THAT HE WAS A BRAVE MAN WHO MADE THE PEACE PROCESS WITH US AND WAS OUR PARTNER AND WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUING THIS ROLE... Q: did you meet with the new prime minister? ARAFAT:NO. Q: did Mrs. Rabin say anything to you? ARAFAT:YES.SHE SAID THAT SHE AND THE ISRAELI PEOPLE WILL CONTINUE THE PEACE PROCESS. ))
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VO-NAT


Arafat did NOT attend the funeral for security reasons.
The visit to Israel was kept secret until Arafat returned to the Gaza Strip.
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Hudson


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=tha
TAPE#95-92
GRAPHIC=Hudson


In Danville, a teenager has been sentenced to 35- years in prison for HIS role in the murder of a grocery store manager.
19- year- old Kenneth Hudson pled GUILTY to murder and robbery in the shooting of Oliver Lee Everett, Junior.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville/June 1994;


Hudson was with Michael Lamont White the night White shot Everett and stole 600 dollars.
White pled guilty to murder, robbery and weapons violations last month and was sentenced to LIFE in prison.
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Clark


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=bmy
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=none


Marcia Clark is getting big bucks for her Simpson trial memoirs.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Los Angeles/File Tape;


Publishing sources say Viking Books will pay the prosecutor around four- million dollars to write a book about the trial.
The book will be out next fall.
Clark's fellow prosecutor Christopher Darden has already signed a book deal worth one-point seven million dollars.
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1-Sports


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=cro
TAPE#=sports cut in
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The Detroit Tigers have a new manager. Mike Stevens has that, and tonight's Friday Football Extra Lineup, in sports.
Good morning Mike.
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One-Larry


ANCHOR=Larry
NEWSCAST=Mornin'
WRITER=ldo
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(Live Interview)



SUPER=15-Larry Dowdy;
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SUPER=13-Ed Glenn/Jefferson's;
SUPER=13-Diann Hunter/Honeycomb Lights;



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Industrial-Site


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 95-89
GRAPHIC=Roanoke County seal


Some Roanoke County residents see the county's "Vision" plan for economic development as more HURTFUL than HELPFUL.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


The county wants to rezone about 45 parcels of land for industrial and commercial development.
But a Glenvar Heights' resident says last night's meeting left him with MORE questions than answers.
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((DAVID SHELOR/RESIDENT: WELL WE GOT NO QUESTIONS ANSWERED. THE ONLY THING WE GOT WAS THAT THIS WAS A SITE THAT WE WOULD LIKE TO USE FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND THE ANSWER TONIGHT FROM ALL THE RESIDENTS WAS DEFINITELY NO.
TIM GUBALA/ROANOKE CO. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: I THINK AT THIS POINT WHEN YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT A GENERAL REZONING WE DON'T HAVE A SPECIFIC COMPANY LOOKING AT ANY OF THESE SITES. WE DON'T HAVE A SPECIFIC PLAN. WE'RE TRYING TO UNDERSTAND THE CONCERNS THAT THE CITIZENS HAD AS WE MOVE FORWARD SO WE COULD PRESENT SOMETHING MORE CONCRETE IN THE FUTURE.))
SUPER=01-David Shelor/Resident; :00
SUPER=01-Tim Gubala/Roanoke Co. Economic Development; :14
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VO-NAT


Gubala says the western part of the county offers larger acreage tracts and the convenience of Interstate 81.
Sme residents say they moved to that part of the county to get away from that kind of growth.
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ANCHOR=Beth 2 shot
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Another community meeting is set for January.

Goodyear


ANCHOR=Melanie 2 shot
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#595-28
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Meeting after meeting can't seem to come up with any answers for Goodyear.
Plans to increase the workforce at the Danville tire plant may have hit the skids, at least for now.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville/File Tape;


Goodyear and the union there can't seem to agree on conditions to run the plant 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Goodyear says it plans to hire as many as 400 people if it can find a way to make the plant a continuous operation.
The United Steelworkers of America says it's tried its hardest to work out an agreement with the company, but now the ball is in Goodyear's court.
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RADVA


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=tal
TAPE#95-86
GRAPHIC=business news


Meantime, business is booming for the RADVA Corporation in Radford.
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VO-NAT
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The company makes plastic- foam panels, for use in buildings and homes like these going up in Christiansburg.
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It's met huge success overseas, especially in Russia.
Now people there want other Western home-building supplies, and RADVA is buying them up from local merchants to meet the demand.
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((JIM WOLFE/RADVA SPECIAL PROJECTS MGR.: EVERYTHING WE CAN GET WE GET EITHER IN ROANOKE OR CHRISTIANSBURG OR RADFORD, AND IF WE HAVE TO, LIKE THE BRICK COMES FROM TENNESSEE. ))
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((AND THEY TAKE IT TO NORFOLK, WE USE THE NORFOLK PORT EXCLUSIVELY AND LOCAL TRUCKERS EXCLUSIVELY ALSO.))
SUPER=01-Jim Wolfe/RADVA Special Projects Mgr.;
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Now RADVA will concentrate MORE on its overseas markets.
It sold 80 percent of its panel- building subsidiary, Thermastructure, Limited to Ecological Systems of North Carolina.
Thermastructure bought the rights to make and market the building panels in MOST of the U.S.
That gives RADVA working capital to expand its division which builds the panel- making machines for its INTERNATIONAL licensees.
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Salem-Antiques


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#95-85
GRAPHIC=Salem


And another venture is prospering in Salem.
It's the antiques business, and it all began when Keith Baker opened his FIRST antique mall in the downtown business district.
Some residents FEARED the store would have an ADVERSE affect. Since then, the number of antique dealers has multiplied, and so have the benefits for other merchants.
Joe Dashiell has the story.
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SUPER=01-Steve Edwards/Olde Salem Framing; :54
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((A clock show first brought New Jersey collector Harry Blair to Salem, but he says stores filled with antiques and artful reproductions bring him downtown when he's passing through the area.
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((HARRY BLAIR: AND QUITE A WIDE VARIETY OF, MY GOSH, ART GLASS AND CLOCKS AND OLD AND NEW BOTH.))
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Some residents raised a red flag when the first antique mall opened, but the new businesses haven't turned downtown into a flea market. They HAVE lured customers from the interstate.
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((KEITH BAKER/GREEN MARKET ANTIQUE MALL: WE ADVERTISE IN ALL OF THE TRADE MAGAZINES, AND MOST OR ALL OF OUR BUSINESS COMES OFF INTERSTATE 81, ABOUT 80 PERCENT OF OUR BUYING PEOPLE COME OFF THE INTERSTATE. WE DO WELL.))
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Antique dealers have filled more than a few storefronts here on Main Street, but their growth has also been good for other businesses here.
Steve Edwards says he located his framing business downtown because of the traffic the antiques stores have created.
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((STEVE EDWARDS/OLDE SALEM FRAMING: IT'S CERTAINLY INCREASED THE VITALITY OF DOWNTOWN SALEM AND IT'S ALLOWED US TO DEVELOP A DIVERSITY OF BUSINESS THAT CAN BRING PEOPLE IN TO SHOP.))
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And Salem merchants hope the mix of old and new will continue to bring customers from near and far.
Joe Dashiell News 7))

2-scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=college football


Fans came from near and far to see eighteenth-ranked Texas A-and-M beat Rice yesterday.
The Aggies have won 15 straight against the Owls.
For that score and more, let's take a look at the scoreboards.
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SUPER=103-Florida/==2/Edmonton/==1//Philadelphia/==3/Calgary/==1;
SUPER=103-Boston/==4/Ottawa/==3//Chicago/==5/Vancouver/==2;
SUPER=103-Dallas/==1/Colorado/==1;




Two-Larry


ANCHOR=Larry
NEWSCAST=Mornin'
WRITER=ldo
CHROMAKEY=Live/Microwave
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(Live Interview)



SUPER=15-Larry Dowdy;
SUPER=11-Salem;



SUPER=13-Kelly Skelly/Stocked Market Chariman;
SUPER=13-Sue Giben/Jr. League President;
SUPER=13-Farrell Dixon/Cherchies;



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2Headlines


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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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President Clinton could be getting his veto pen ready as the House and Senate prepare to send him stop-gap spending bills.
The government faces a shutdown Tuesday without the measures.
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ANCHOR=Beth


The White House wants to know whay Energy Secretary Hazel O'Leary spent 44-thousand dollars in taxpayer money to rate the favorabilty of her department by news organizations and reporters.
Some law makers are calling for her resignation.
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VO-NAT
ANCHOR=Melanie


And in Central Florida a woman wakes up after slipping into a coma nearly two years ago.
Doctors say the 39-year old woman is alert but having trouble speaking.
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And that's what's making news on this Friday, November 10th.
ANCHOR=Beth


Don't go away. The news will continue.

Capitol-hill


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=mornin
WRITER=mel
TAPE#Net a
GRAPHIC=washington dc


It's been five years since the government last shut down, but the Clinton administration is planning for one next week.
Today the House is expected to give President Clinton two plans that could stop the federal default.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington DC;


Last night the Senate made a move to keep the government wheels in motion.
It passed a bill providing temporary funding through December 1st.
But Democrats don't like it and the President says he'll veto it.
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SOT 14:00:35
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((LEON PANETTA/CHIEF OF STAFF: REPUBLICANS ARE OBVIOUSLY RESORTING TO A FORM OF BLACKMAIL IN ORDER TO PUSH THEIR AGENDA ON THE COUNTRY.)) ((SEN. TOM DASCHLE/D- SENATE MINORITY LEADER: IT'S A TURKEY STUFFED WITH ALL KIDS OF DISASTROUS ELEMENTS THAT HAVE TO COME OUT.))
SUPER=01-Leon Panetta/Chief of Staff;
SUPER=01-Sen. Tom Daschlee/(D) Senate Minority Leader;
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VO-NAT


Democrats don't want cuts to Medicare and environmental regulation among other things-
But Republicans say the President needs to negotiate.
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((SEN. ROBERT DOLE/R- MAJORITY LEADER: IF HE'S NOT WILLING TO COOPERATE ON A PATH TO A BALANCED BUDGET THEN THE CHOICE WILL BE HIS IF THE GOVERNMENT SHUTS DOWN HIS FINGERPRINTS ARE GOING TO BE ALL OVER IT.))
SUPER=01-Sen. Robert Dole/(R) Majority Leader;
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OUT Q=all over it.
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If the government shuts down next Tuesday, 800- thousand federal workers could be furloughed.
And now the latest from VIRGINIA'S capitol...

State-Senate


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NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=equ
TAPE#95-87
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With a 20- 20 partisan split in the State Senate, the debate over WHO will call the shots in the Commonwealth's upper chamber is just beginning.
Ellen Qualls has more.
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(( The Democrats turned to UVA constitutional expert A.E. Dick Howard to conclude that Don Beyer gives them the 21st vote on almost ANY issue.
Beyer got more specific.
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((LT. GOV. DON BEYER: THE VOTE ON FINAL PASSAGE OF THE BUDGET DOES REQUIRE 21 ELECTED MEMBERS OF THE SENATE. HOWEVER THAT'S NOT WHERE THE ACTION IS. THE ACTION IS ALWAYS IN THE BUDGET AMENDMENTS. IT'S VERY CLEAR THAT I CAN AS LT. GOVERNOR VOTE ON THE BUDGET AMENDMENTS.))
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However, Beyer wasn't clear on whether he would help keep Republicans off key committees.
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((laughter. I'M READY TO VOTE WHEN CALLED UPON TO DO SO. AND I'LL TAKE THAT RESPONSIBILITY.))
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But the Democrat who last served as Virginia's Lieutenant Governor disagrees with his party.
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((DOUG WILDER/FORMER GOVERNOR: THE QUESTION IS WHAT ROLE DOES THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR PLAY? THE LAW IS PRETTY CLEAR IN SOME INSTANCES. IT SAYS THOSE 40 MEMBERS SHALL COMPRISE THE SENATE. AND THEY WOULD HAVE BEEN ELECTED FROM THE VARIOUS DISTRICTS OF THE COMMONWEALTH. THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR IS NOT ELECTED FROM ANY OF THOSE DISTRICTS. I THINK IT WOULD BE VERY DIFFICULT FOR HIM TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ACTUAL ORGANIZING OF THE SENATE.))
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((BOB HOLSWORTH/VCU POLITICAL ANALYST: I THINK THE PUBLIC WOULDN'T LIKE TO SEE IT... SOME OF THE THORNIER ISSUES HERE WIND UP IN THE COURTS.))
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((DOUG WILDER: IT IS A BRAND NEW DAY.))
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And this building still houses two groups that sometimes disagree for the sake of disagreement.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))
ANCHOR=Beth
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Meantime, State Senate Minority Leader Joseph Benedetti is threatening to shut the place down if long-ruling Democrats do not share power.
Benedetti said yesterday that Republicans won't be satisfied with a few extra seats on key committees.

Allen-Votes


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=equ
TAPE#595-27
GRAPHIC=allen


By the way, even though the governor was NOT up for re-election this year, his WIFE managed to get a couple of votes.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond/Tuesday;


First Lady Susan Allen got ONE vote for the House of Delegates and ONE for the Senate -- NOT enough to upset incumbent Democrats Jean Cunningham and Benny Lambert.
The Richmond registrar's office confirms there were only TWO write- in votes cast in the Allens' downtown precinct, which had NO Republican candidates on the ballot.
The culprit must have been the Governor himself, who borrowed a pen and asked how to write- in candidates.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: YOU'LL PROBABLY FIGURE IT OUT ONCE THE POLLS ARE CLOSED. Cartoon character? OH, NO, NO, NO. I WOULD NEVER DO SOMETHING AS FRIVOLOUS AS THAT.))
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Susan Allen did NOT write in any candidates.
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The Governor said she was NOT having as much fun as he was.

O'LEARY


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NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
TAPE# net
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Energy Secretary Hazel O'Leary isn't having much fun these days.
The White House wants her to explain why she spent nearly 44- thousand- tax dollars to track down unfavorable news coverage of her agency.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Baton Rogue, LA;


O'Leary denies ordering the so-called "enemies list."
Some lawmakers are demanding O'Leary resign.
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Navy


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cro
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=none


More controversy for the Navy.
It's ordering everyone in the service to pause for 24 hours so members can think of ways to avoid discipline problems before they happen.
The order comes on the heels of another sex-scandal.
A female sailor says she was sexually assaulted on board a jet by a chief petty officer and her shipmates did little to stop him.

Sea-Rescue


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=bmy
TAPE# none
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Heavy seas and strong winds forced a Coast Guard rescue of SEVEN crew members on a sailboat traveling from Long Island to Bermuda.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Off the N.C. Coast;


It happened yesterday 375 miles off the North Carolina coast.
The storm that dumped rain all along the eastern seaboard Tuesday caused the dangerous conditions.
SUPER=04-Courtesy: U.S. Coast Guard;


The boat had been tossed around for two days.
Several crew members were dehydrated and could not hold down any any food or water.
All were taken to the Navy aircraft carrier U- S- S Enterprise for medical evaluations.
No one was seriously hurt.
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Coma


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jja
TAPE#Net (11 pm version)
GRAPHIC=NONE


And in Florida -- family members are calling it a MIRACLE-
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Orlando, FL;


A woman in a coma for almost TWO years WOKE UP.
It was September of 19-93 that 39- year- old Liz Thomas was found UNconscious on the bathroom floor. She slipped into a coma shortly after that.
Doctors were mystified and held out little hope.
But this past Saturday Liz woke up.
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((MARY THOMAS/SISTER: IT'S NOT OVER. MY DADDY SAYS IT'S NOT OVER TIL THE FAT LADY SINGS AND SHE AIN'T SINGING HERE. SHE'S NOT SINGING IN HERE NOW IS SHE BABY GIRL. NO WAY.))
SUPER=01-Mary Thomas/Sister;
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Doctors say Liz is aware of her surroundings although she does have trouble talking.
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3-Sports


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=cro
TAPE#=sports cut in
GRAPHIC=none


From high school basketball to college hoops, Mike Stevens has all the news we need from the hardwoods.
Good morning Mike.
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Birthdays
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Three-Larry


ANCHOR=Larry
NEWSCAST=Mornin'
WRITER=ldo
TAPE#M95-9 Military Memorabilia
LIVE=Live/Microwave
GRAPHIC=none



SUPER=15-Larry Dowdy;
SUPER=11-Salem;



(Roll cue:) We honor veterans in a special way with a trip to Lexington.
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((It may look like Buckingham Palace, but these soldiers are standing guard over a unique collection of Military Memorabilia.
The historically dressed displays are as fascinating as the man behind them...who's dream was to honor veterans everywhere. ((RONALD MOUNTAIN/CURATOR; THE MUSEUM IS DEDICATED TO ALL THOSE THAT HAVE WORE A UNIFORM FOR THEIR COUNTRY.))
Mountain's British accent definately gives away his family heritage and personal collection favorite...the British guard. ((THESE ARE FIVE REGIMENTS OF FOOT GUARDS IN THE HOUSE REGIMENT DIVISION.)) ((A LOT OF PRETTY UNIFORMS CAME FROM THE FRENCH EVERYBODY HAS A TENDENCY TO BORROW WHAT IS POPULAR IN CIVILIAN WEAR INTO MILITARY WEAR.))
From helmets made in 1842 to the days of Waterloo. You'll find helmets made from bear hair to those with cascading swan plumes. ((THESE YOU HAVE TO BE A MEMBER OF NOBILITY AND SERVED THE RANNK OF FULL COLONEL IN THE BRITISH REGIMENT. THESE ARE USED BY HER MAJESTY WHEN SHE NEEDS TO OPENPARLIMENT OR A ROYAL WEDDING.))
Pearl Harbor can be remembered through front page stories. ((WE HAVE SOME OF THE ORIGINAL COPIES FROM HONOLULU. THE FIRST AND SECOND EDITION. AND WHEN ROOSEVELT DECLARED WAR.))
But when it comes to the highly collectible items... ((I THINK GERMANY WWI. THE STUFF IS PRETTY RARE. AMERICAN PIECES ARE NOT THAT PLENTIFUL EITHER. THE SMITHSONIAN HAS A FEW, BUT OUTSIDE THAT, YOU DON' SEE THAT MUCH.))
Other attractions to Lexington's newest museum of Military Memorabilia include bullets from the Civil War, the colorful Beefeater uniform originially designed by Henry VIII, a display honoring the Marines--celebrating their 220th birthday this weekend. ((I'VE ALWAYS BEEN A COLLECTOR ONE WAY OR THE OTHER. I HAVE OBTAINED A LOT OF IT AT GUN SHOWS AS WELL AS A LOT OF DEALERS AROUND. THEY KNOW WHAT I LIKE.))
As we salute veterans this weekend, guests can step back in time for guided nostalgic tour of the Military Memorabilia exhibit in Lexington.))
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LIVE=Larry/Full


The Military Memorabilia Museum on S. Main Street next to the Presbyterian Church.
Open 9-5P Monday-Saturday, Sunday's 1-5P. Admission $4. Senior \, cadet, student $2.
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Kenneth-Hudson


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=tha
TAPE#95-92
GRAPHIC=Hudson


A Danville teenager has been sentenced to 35- years for HIS role in the murder of a grocery store manager.
19- year- old Kenneth Hudson pled GUILTY to murder and robbery in the shooting of Oliver Lee Everett, Junior.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville/June 1994;


Hudson was with Michael Lamont White the night White shot Everett and stole 600 dollars.
White pled guilty to murder, robbery and weapons violations last month and was sentenced to life in prison.
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Community-Meeting


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Mornin'
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# edit of 95-72
GRAPHIC=roanoke county


Some Roanoke County residents last night said they could not see the benefits of the county's "Vision" plan for economic development.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


The county wants to rezone about 45 different parcels of land for industrial and commercial development -- development that some residents in the western part of the county say they don't want.
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IN Q=We bought

((DAVID SHELOR/GLENVAR HEIGHTS' RESIDENT: WE BOUGHT PROPERTY UP HERE. WE BUILT OUR FAMILIES AROUND THAT AROUND THAT TYPE OF ENVIRONMENT. WE DON'T WANT IT TO CHANGE. THEY ALWAYS COME TO WEST COUNTY TO DO EVERY UNDESIRABLE PIECE OF BUSINESS THAT COUNTY HAS TO DO. ))
SUPER=01-David Shelor/Glenvar Heights' Resident;
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=has to do.
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VO-NAT


The county's director of economic development says the county is running out of land.
He says the western part of the county offers larger acreage tracts and the convenience of I-81 interchanges.
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IN Q=It may be

((TIM GUBALA/ROANOKE CO. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: IT MAY BE THAT WE WON'T GO THROUGH SOME OF THESE REZONES. WE MAY NOT DO IT IF THERE IS A LOT OF OPPOSITION OR CONCERNS AND ISSUES THAT WE CAN'T RESOLVE THEN WE MAY JUST FORGET IT. ))
SUPER=01-Tim Gubala/Roanoke Co. Economic Development;
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=forget it.
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VO-NAT


Another community meeting will be held in January.
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Parkway


ANCHOR=Beth
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=bmy
TAPE#95-77
GRAPHIC=NONE


A couple from Honolulu had the honor of being the 600 Millionth visitors to the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday;


Sara and Domar Knudson (kah-NOOD-son) were honored by Virginia tourism and park officials yesterday.
The two were traveling across the country on their way to a new home in South Carolina.
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10 46 04 00 - 10 46 30 00
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IN Q=He's in the military,

((SARA KNUDSON/600 MILLIONTH PARKWAY VISITOR: HE'S IN THE MILITARY AND WE'RE BEING TRANSFERRED TO CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA SO WE DECIDED WE'D DRIVE ACROSS COUNTRY. WE'VE TAKEN FROM ST. LOUIS AND SEEN SIGHTS AND TAKE OUR TIME AND WE LANDED HERE AND THEY FOUND US!))
SUPER=01-Sara Knudson/600 Millionth Parkway Visitor;
RUNS=:26
OUT Q=they found us.
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VO-NAT


The couple was loaded up with all kinds of gifts from Roanoke-area merchants.
They also got an invitation to return for a four- day stay along the parkway with free passes to over 30 attractions.
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ANCHOR=Beth 2 shot
SS= 2 shot

Smith Mountain Lake. When they come back, maybe one of those attractions will be an aquarium at