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7Movie-Review

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Forty-two years ago Humphry Bogart, Audrey Hepburn, and William Holden shared the marquee when "Sabrina" first hit theatres.
Today, this fairy tale romance remains charming, without being sentimental.
Its still the world of the rich...big homes, fancy parties and the tale of the Larrabee Brothers.
Harrison Ford is Linus--all work and no play. A business deal waiting to happen.
Greg Kinnear is David--the playboy--little work and a lot of play.
Julia Ormond is Sabrina, the chauffeur's daughter, who leaves for Paris an ugly ducking and returns a gorgeous swan.
Her interest in David threatens a marriage-merger deal, so Linus decides to romance her himself--but he falls in love.
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((THERE WERE SOME THINGS MISSING IN MY LIFE. LIKE WHAT? LIKE A LIFE.))
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"Sabrina" is unapologetically romantic and a lovely fantasy. But it has enough reality to keep it from becoming silly...that's why I give it an "A-".
It may be a remake, but has some good performances from Ford, Nancy Marchand, and Ormond.

7North-Cross


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=cutin
WRITER=cst
TAPE#95-111
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Dealing with death isn't easy, especially when it's a teammate or classmate.
But that's just what students and staff at North Cross School are trying to get past after a star athlete there died of an apparent heart attack Monday.
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18 year old Grayson Hooper-- Number 71-- was Captain of the Football Team.
During wrestling practice Monday, he told his coach he felt ill
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after a short work-out on the track.
After resting about 45 minutes, his heart stopped beating.
He couldn't be revived despite several attempts at C.P.R.
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((HUGH MEAGHER/NORTH CROSS DEAN OF STUDENTS: WE'RE JUST TRYING THE BEST WE CAN TO ENABLE THE KIDS TO GET THROUGH THIS PERIOD OF GRIEVING, IN RECOGNIZING THIS IS JUST THE FIRST OF MANY DAYS. IT'S NOT GOING TO BE OVER AT THE END OF THE DAY. WE'LL BE CONSCIOUS OF THIS LOSS FOR A WHILE. ))
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Autopsy results are not in yet.
Cardiologists say such incidents of sudden death among young athletes are very rare-- and often occur without any warning.
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((DR. TERRANCE MAY/ROANOKE CARDIOLOGIST: CERTAINLY IF YOUNGSTERS ARE FEELING ANY SYMPTOMS OF SHORTNESS OF BREATH, CHEST DISCOMFORT, PALPITATION, OR LIGHT HEADEDNESS, THESE SYMPTOMS WOULD NEED TO BE EVALUATED AND NOT IGNORED. ))
SUPER=01-Dr. Terrance May/Roanoke Cardiologist; :
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Counselors at North Cross have been called in to help students through their grief.

7Appeal


ANCHOR=Melanie
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The U-S Supreme Court hears arguments today that could change
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Virginia Military Institute's all-male status.
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The Clinton administration wants to force V-M-I Lexington to admit women.
It says Virginia's separate program for women is as unlawful as segregating students by race.
The state's lawyer replies that V-M-I promotes educational diversity and that admitting women would dilute its demanding military-style program.
A ruling is expected by late June.
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7Lautenschlager


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=cutin
WRITER=rjo
TAPE#95-113
GRAPHIC=Gary Lautenschlager


A former Salem City Councilman will not spend time behind bars for embezzling twenty-four thousand dollars.
Gary Lautenschlager admitted to taking the money from the Salem Rescue Squad.
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But in court yesterday he received a ten year suspended sentence and twenty years probation.
Lautenschlager testified that he took the funds to pay off credit card debts.
His attorney says justice was done.
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((JACK GREGORY/LAUTENSCHLAGER'S ATTORNEY: HE DID NOT GET AWAY WITH IT. HE'S BEEN CONVICTED OF A FELONY, HE'S LOST THREE JOBS, HE HAS CERTAINLY SUFFERED THE LOST OF REPUTATION IN THE COMMUNITY. HE SUFFERED MORE SO THAN ANY OTHER DEFENDANT I CAN THINK OF PRIOR TO COMING IN FOR SENTENCING.))
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Lautenschlager was also sentenced to 300 hours community service.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
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But it doesn't end there-- now Salem Rescue Squad officials say they have initiated ANOTHER investigation concerning other accounting irregularities.

7Spangler


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=cutin
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#95-106
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


A Roanoke used car dealer also made a court appearance yesterday to plead guilty to food stamp fraud charges.
Joseph Spangler took the stamps as payments for vehicles.
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The owner of the "Sport Motors" car lot on Melrose Avenue will have to pay a 75- hundred dollar fine.
He must also pay more than nine- thousand dollars in restitution .
Meanwhile, authorities still don't know what Spangler did with the food stamps he received.
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((TONY GIORNO/PROSECUTOR: THEY HAVE NOT COME BACK THROUGH THE SYSTEM. AND WE DO HAVE A TRACE AND HAVE HAD A TRACE ON THOSE FOOD STAMPS FOR SOME PERIOD OF TIME. AND THEY HAVE STILL NOT COME BACK THROUGH THE SYSTEM. ))
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Spangler could receive up to 25 years in prison when he's sentenced March 28th.

7Weather


ANCHOR=Melanie
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Turning now to the forecast -
Your morning is going to get off to a foggy start.
It's going to be a cloudy day with drizzle in some places.
Temperatures will be in the low 40s.
Tonight, the clouds will remain - low will be in the mid 30s.
A forty percent chance of rain or drizzle is expected tomorrow, with lows in the 40s.

55Supreme-Court


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=bmy
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The U-S Supreme Court will hear arguments today in a case that could change
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Virginia Military Institute's all male admissions policy.
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The Justice Department is asking the court to force V-M-I to open its doors to women.
It says Virginia's separate program for women is as unlawful as segregating students by race.
The state argues that all-male V-M-I promotes educational diversity and admitting women would dilute its demanding military-style program.
The High Court is expected to enter its ruling in June.
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55Helms


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=cutin
WRITER=THa
TAPE#96-09
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


A teen accused of killing another teen in Henry County has been indicted for the crime.
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Yesterday, a grand jury indicted 16- year old Tommy Helms for murder and a host of other charges.
He's charged with killing 15- year old Lavina Scales.
The young woman's body was discovered on a roadside in October.
Police say Helms has already confessed to Scales' murder.
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55Dalton


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=cuint
WRITER=THa
TAPE#95-104
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales

19- year old Paul Michael Dalton, Junior remains in a Pittsylvania County jail despite his bond hearing yesterday.
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Dalton's attorney argues that police have indicated the teen murdered 72 year old Clark Aubrey Adkins because Adkins allegedly gave his sister drugs and raped her.
Dalton's attorney says his client should be released on bond because he has NO prior record and turned himself over to authorities two days after warrants were issued.
The judge did not make a ruling because a psychiatric exam has not been completed.
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55City-Council


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=cutin
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#96-10
GRAPHIC=Roanoke Seal


A new name is added to the list of Roanoke City Council members.
Wendell Butler has been appointed to fill former councilman John Edwards' unexpired term.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;


Meanwhile, William White was named acting Vice- Mayor.
This is his second term on council.
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((WILLIAM WHITE/ROANOKE VICE MAYOR: IT IS AN HONOR AND A PLEASURE TO SERVE IN THIS CAPACITY. ALSO, I'D LIKE TO THANK MY FELLOW COUNCIL MEMBERS FOR DISPLAYING THE CONFIDENCE IN ME. ))
SUPER=01-William White/Roanoke Vice Mayor;
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Earlier yesterday, members discussed the options for renovating Victory Stadium and building a field house-- which could include an indoor track, aquatic center, and ice rink. But they say such multi- million dollar projects will be difficult to finance without regional support.
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((DAVID BOWERS/ROANOKE MAYOR: I'D LIKE TO SAY THAT, AS WE GO FORWARD WITH THIS, WE SHOULD NOT GO FORWARD WITHOUT CONSULTING WITH OUT GOOD NEIGHBORS IN THE COUNTY AND VINTON AND SALEM-- AND SEEK THEIR INPUT AND SEEK THEIR COUNCIL AND SEEK THEIR SUPPORT. ))
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Council members also brought up the idea of a regional sports authority to help garner support for the projects.
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55Polymer


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=cutin
WRITER=tal
TAPE#95-114
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Workers at the Polymer Corporation in Wytheville vote today and tomorrow on whether to join the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers union.
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The O-C-A-W is the second union in three years to try to organize at the plant, which makes engineering plastics.
One union supporter says workers need improvements in job security and seniority issues, and more say in setting policy.
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((ROBBIE ALBERT/UNION SUPPORTER: WE THE EMPLOYEES DON'T HAVE TOO MUCH OF A VOICE IN WHAT THE COMPANY DOES, IT'S ACTIONS. IT'S MOSTLY ONE-SIDED. ))
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In 1993 workers rejected the Steelworkers by a two-to-one margin.
The company says it then proved its willingness to involve workers in decision-making with its response to their scheduling concerns.
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((MARY JANE UMBERGER/HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER: OVER A NUMBER OF WEEKS THEY ACTUALLY PARTICIPATED IN SELECTING THE SCHEDULE THEY CHOSE TO WORK. WE IMPLEMENTED THAT SCHEDULE AND ARE USING IT TODAY.))
SUPER=01-Mary Jane Umberger/Human Resources Manager;
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About 120 workers are eligible to vote in this week's election.
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55Weather


ANCHOR=Melanie
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Turning now to the forecast -
Your morning is going to get off to a foggy start.
It's going to be a cloudy day with drizzle in some places.
Temperatures will be in the low 40s.
Tonight, the clouds will remain - low will be in the mid 30s.

8North-Cross


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=cst
TAPE#95-111
GRAPHIC=NONE


Students and staff at Roanoke County's North Cross School are mourning the sudden death of the school's football-team captain.
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18 year old Grayson Hooper-- Number 71-- was Captain of the Football Team.
During wrestling practice Monday, he told his coach he felt ill
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :

after a short work-out on the track.
After resting about 45 minutes, his heart stopped beating.
He couldn't be revived despite several attempts at C.P.R.
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SOT 11:37:13
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((HUGH MEAGHER/NORTH CROSS DEAN OF STUDENTS: WE'RE JUST TRYING THE BEST WE CAN TO ENABLE THE KIDS TO GET THROUGH THIS PERIOD OF GRIEVING, IN RECOGNIZING THIS IS JUST THE FIRST OF MANY DAYS. IT'S NOT GOING TO BE OVER AT THE END OF THE DAY. WE'LL BE CONSCIOUS OF THIS LOSS FOR A WHILE. ))
SUPER=01-Hugh Meagher/North Cross Dean of Students; :
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OUT Q=for a while.
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Autopsy results are not in yet.
Cardiologists say such incidents of sudden death among young athletes are very rare-- and often occur without any warning.
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((DR. TERRANCE MAY/ROANOKE CARDIOLOGIST: CERTAINLY IF YOUNGSTERS ARE FEELING ANY SYMPTOMS OF SHORTNESS OF BREATH, CHEST DISCOMFORT, PALPITATION, OR LIGHT HEADEDNESS, THESE SYMPTOMS WOULD NEED TO BE EVALUATED AND NOT IGNORED. ))
SUPER=01-Dr. Terrance May/Roanoke Cardiologist; :
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OUT=not ignored.
ANCHOR=Melanie
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Counselors at North Cross have been called in to help students through their grief.

8VMI


ANCHOR=Melanie
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WRITER=bmy
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The Supreme Court hears arguments today in a case that could have far-reaching impact on women's rights.
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It involves the all-male status of the Virginia Military Institute.
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The Clinton administration wants state-supported V-M-I to open its doors to women, saying the school's separate program for women is unlawful.
But the state says V-M-I promotes educational diversity and that admitting women would dilute its demanding military-style program.
A ruling from the High Court is expected in June.
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8Gary-Lautenschlager


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=cutin
WRITER=rjo
TAPE#edit of 95-113
GRAPHIC=Gary Lautenschlager


Former Salem City Councilman Gary Lautenschlager will not go to jail for embezzling twenty-four thousand dollars from the Salem Rescue Squad.
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SUPER=03-Salem/Yesterday;


Instead, he received a ten year suspended sentence and twenty years probation.
Lautenschlager will also perform 300 hours of community service.
He testified that he took the funds to pay off credit card debts.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=NONE


Still, controversy for the Salem Rescue Squad is not over.
Squad officials say they have initiated another investigation concerning accounting irregularities.

8Trigon-Cranwell


ANCHOR=Melanie
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WRITER=bmy
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House Majority Leader Dick Cranwell insists there is no conflict of interest while representing
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Trigon Blue- Cross Blue- Shield as its lawyer in the effort to convert the company to for- profit status.
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According to a report filed with the clerk's office in the House of Delegates, Cranwell made more than ten-thousand dollars last year working on the Trigon conversion.
The company disclosed Cranwell's role in its latest filings at the State Corporation Commission.
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8Hospital-Stay


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=cutin
WRITER=equ
TAPE#95-112
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Roanoke Democrat Chip Woodrum continues his crusade to give new mothers more time in the hospital.
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As we told you last fall, Woodrum wants to guarantee mothers a 48 hour stay in the hospital -- and 96 hours for those who've had a C-section.
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((DEL. CHIP WOODRUM/D-ROANOKE: I'M THE FATHER OF THREE CHILDREN BUT I HAVEN'T HAD TO BEAR ONE. BUT I AM TOLD THAT THAT'S A FAIRLY DIFFICULT PROCESS FOR THE PERSON BEARING THE CHILD -- FOR THE MOTHER. IN ADDITION, BREAST FEEDING AND BONDING WITH THE CHILD IS NOT ALWAYS, IS NOT A COMPLETELY UNCOMPLICATED PROCESS. AND IT'S NECESSARY QUITE OFTEN TO ASSIST THE MOTHER AND TEACH HER.))
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Fairfax Senator Jane Woods is introducing a similar bill in the upper chamber.
Woodrum says a panel of doctors could develop guidelines to assist in deciding how long mother and baby should stay.
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8Weather


ANCHOR=Melanie
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WRITER=nle
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Turning now to the forecast -
It's going to be a foggy morning, with drizzle during the day in some places. Temperatures will be in the low 40s.