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ANCHOR=Jean

Coming up on News 7 at SIX, authorities believe alcohol may have played a role in a head-on fatal crash in Botetourt County.
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and young pilots and their instructors here in Roanoke react to today's fatal crash in Wyoming. 7 year old Jessica Dubroff died when the small plane she was piloting crashed shortly after takeoff. Sports-Head
ANCHOR=Mike


Tonight in sports, Frank Reich leaves Carolina for New York, Roy Stanley profiles the Ferrum College baseball team, that is on a tear.
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And the 60th Masters championship is underway in Augusta, as Hot Springs Sam Snead gets things started with the ceremonial tee shot.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
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Folks spending time outside tomorrow will be treated with lots of sun and temperatures near 80. The fine details coming up.

Boty-Fatal


ANCHOR=jean
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-29
GRAPHIC=None


State police say alcohol may have played a role in last night's fatal wreck in Botetourt County.
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Authorities believe 38- year- old Kenneth Wayne (VAY-den) Vaden was speeding down Carvins Cove Road, when he slammed head on into another vehicle.
The Boones Mill man died this morning at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
Emergency crews had trouble getting five other victims to the hospital because of the narrow road.
Police would not comment on THEIR injuries.
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Tobacco-Lawsuit


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-20
GRAPHIC=Tobacco


Virginia has become the only state in the nation limiting its own power to sue tobacco companies.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file;


Governor Allen signed a bill that protects the corporate world-- including tobacco companies-- from lawsuits over Medicaid costs of product-related illnesses.
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((THIS BILL WOULD KEEP THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF VIRGINIA -- THE CURRENT ONE AND ANY FUTURE ONES -- FROM BEING ABLE TO DO WHAT ATTORNEY GENERALS ARE DOING RIGHT NOW IN SEVEN OTHER STATES. AND THAT IS TO GO AND SAY TO THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY YOU SHOULD BE PAYING THE BILL ON THIS. NOT THE TAXPAYERS.))
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((ANTHONY TROY: CERTAIN SMOKERS DO KNOW WHAT THEY ARE GETTING INTO. THERE IS A WARNING LABEL ON THE PACKAGE. INDIVIDUALS DO SMOKE. INDIVIDUALS DO EAT EXCESSIVE RED MEAT.))
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SUPER=01-Anthony Troy/Tobacco Institute Attorney; :17
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The Tobacco Institute says the bill merely upholds traditional law-- and sends a positive message to the business community.
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Allen-Budget


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-26
GRAPHIC=George Allen


Republican Governor George Allen and the Democratic-controlled General Assembly are headed for another standoff over the budget.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;

A spokesman for the Governor says lawmakers should have given Allen a full copy of the budget that runs through June 30th, instead of just the amendments.
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SOT 06:37:33
IN Q=What they

((KEN STROUPE/GOVERNOR'S SPOKESMAN: WHAT THEY IN EFFECT HAVE DONE IS TO CURTAIL AND THWART THE GOVERNOR'S LINE ITEM VETO AUTHORITY.))
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Stroupe (STROOP) says Allen will take the legislature to court if he has to.
Democrats say the Assembly has only done it Allen's way in recent years and changing back to the old system won't hurt anything.


Radford-Nursing


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-22
GRAPHIC=Radford University


Radford University president Douglas Covington says more than Radford's nursing school would have been hurt if funding were cut for its new building.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Radford;


The university will hire an architect this summer to design a seven million dollar facility.
Governor Allen nearly scrapped the plan though.
But lobbying from area legislators and health officials, and a talk last night with Covington changed his mind.
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SOT 12:37:52
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((GOVERNOR GEORGE ALLEN: THIS WILL ENHANCE THAT QUALITY PROGRAM. IT WAS NEEDED AND PRESIDENT COVINGTON, I JUST WANTED TO TALK TO HIM TO MAKE SURE HE THOUGHT IT WAS NEEDED, HEAR HIS VIEWS. I WAS VERY HAPPY THEREFORE TO APPROVE IT. ))
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After the bitter loss of Radford's Global College last year, Covington says losing the nursing facility would have been devastating.
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((DOUGLAS COVINGTON/RADFORD UNIV. PRESIDENT: IF YOU LEAD THE PUBLIC AND THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY TO EXPECT A PROGRAM AND THEN IT SUDDENLY FALLS THROUGH, THIS DOES AFFECT MORALE AND IT DOES AFFECT CREDIBILITY. ))
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TALENT=Jean
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Radford hopes to open the new facility in three years.

Flight-School


ANCHOR=jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-24
GRAPHIC=None


She was trying to become the youngest person to fly across the country.
But Jessica Dubroff's flight ended in a deadly crash.
Here in our area there are some TEENAGE pilots who say they're ready to take off.
Scott Prince reports.
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IN Q=Seven year old
SUPER=03-Cheyenne, WY; :00
SUPER=@Scott1; :16
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(( Seven- year- old Jessica Dubroff was at the controls when this four- seat Cessna went down in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
The crash killed the young girl, her father, and her flight instructor.
It also has many people wondering about the safety of having someone so young inside the cockpit. Stand up
Getting a pilot's license is similar to getting a driver's license-- the legal age is sixteen.
But according to the Federal government, there is nothing to stop anyone from taking flight lessons-- no matter what their age. end stand up
The Roanoke City Schools System is active in getting TEENAGERS involved in aeronautics.
Each year, the Fleming Ruffner Magnet Center trains more than a dozen students to take to the skies.
The program started in 1988, and officials say there has never been a single incident where a student's life was at risk.
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SOT 04:52:11
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((TOM PEARMAN/FLEMING RUFFNER MAGNET CENTER: WE'VE NEVER HAD ANY INSTANCES OF POOR JUDGEMENT ON A STUDENT'S PART WHILE THEY WERE IN THE AIR. EVERYTHING, THANK THE GOOD LORD, HAS RUN SMOOTHLY. ))
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Some students say the program has made a significant impact on their lives.
David Hunter is a senior at William Fleming High School.
He's already earned his wings, and plans to earn a living as a pilot.
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SOT 5:27:46
IN Q=They're very

((DAVID HUNTER/STUDENT AND PILOT: THEY'RE VERY TOP NOTCH PEOPLE. THEY DEFINITELY KNOW WHAT THEY'RE DOING AT ALL TIMES AND I HAVE A GREAT DEAL OF CONFIDENCE IN THEM. ))
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Those involved in the program view today's crash as a tragedy.
They hope other young people like Jessica Dubroff will stay grounded for a few more years.
Scott Prince, News 7.))
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Jean
SS=NONE


Still to come on News 7 at Six-- An adult daycare center in Bedford, once close to shutting down, makes a comeback.
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And a little later--meet some Pittsylvania County high school musicians who are about to do their home state proud--
They're headed to Atlanta and the Olympics.
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Envir-Commission


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Sch
TAPE#96-25
GRAPHIC=George Allen


Governor Allen says the state needs to protect the environment.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lexington;


His administration has come under fire for its environmental policies. But at Virginia Military Institute today Allen says the quality of Virginia's air, water and land is improving.
IN Q=our environmental

((GOVERNOR GEORGE ALLEN: OUR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY I'M PLEASED TO REPORT IN VIRGINIA IS GOOD AND IT'S GETTING BETTER. INDEED VIRGINIANS SHOULD BE PROUD TO KNOW THAT MUCH OF THE ENVIRONMENT PROGRESS IS TAKING PLACE NOT JUST IN A FEW ISOLATED PLACES BUT ALL ACROSS OUR COMMONWEALTH.))
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VO-NAT


Allen announced today plans to form an environmental commission. It will be headed up by Attorney General Jim Gilmore, to examine Virginia's environmental policies.
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Warner


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-23
GRAPHIC=Mark Warner


Democrat Mark Warner says he's NOT claiming victory.
He's claiming only that he's going to keep working hard for the Democratic nomination for the U-S Senate.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond;


But mathematically speaking, Warner now has a three-to-one advantage over Leslie Byrne in the number of committed delegates.
Local caucuses this weekend will decide which delegates go to the June convention.
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SOT 04:02:25
IN Q=If you want

((MARK WARNER/(D) U.S. SENATE CANDIDATE: IF YOU WANT TO GET INTO THE ARCANENESS OF SOME OF THIS PROCESS, THEN SOME OF HER DELEGATES MIGHT BE -- ON THE TOP LINE THEY FILED UNCOMMITTED FOR PRESIDENT. SO THEY COULD FORM THEIR OWN CAUCUS AND HYPOTHETICALLY IF THEY HAD THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE SHOW UP -- NEVER IN POLITICAL HISTORY HAS ANYTHING LIKE THAT EVER HAPPENED, BUT I MEAN, UH.))
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Byrne says she playing travel agent now to get all of her delegates to the convention.
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FOP-Endorsements


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-21
GRAPHIC=Lynchburg Seal


Four Lynchburg city council candidates have picked up the support of central Virginia law enforcement officers.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg


The John Lynch lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police heard from seven of the nine council candidates last night.
They voted to endorse Republicans Jim Whitaker, Robert Garber and Robert Vogel, along with independent candidate Carl Hutcherson.
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IN Q=It's very important

((ROBERT GARBER/LYNCHBURG COUNCIL CANDIDATE: IT'S VERY IMPORTANT, BECAUSE LAW ENFORCEMENT IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS IN THE COMMUNITY AND THAT'S THE NUMBER ONE PRIORITY OF GOVERNMENT: TO TAKE CAR OF ITS CITIZENS AND TO PROTECT US.)) ((DR. ROBERT VOGEL/LYNCHBURG COUNCIL CANDIDATE: THESE ARE GUYS WHO ARE GOING OUT AND RISKING THEIR LIVES FOR US EVERY DAY AND TO GAIN THE RESPECT OF THESE GUYS BY GETTING THEIR ENDORSEMENT IS REALLY SOMETHING THAT I HOLD VERY SPECIAL.))
SUPER=01-Robert Garber/Lynchburg Council Candidate; :00
SUPER=01-Dr. Robert Vogel/Lynchburg Council Candidate; :12
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VO-NAT


The F-O-P is made up of officers from Amherst, Bedford and Campbell Counties and the city of Lynchburg.
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Adult-Daycare


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-19
GRAPHIC=None


From near shutdown to a brand new facility, Bedford's adult daycare center has come full circle in the past eighteen months.
Steve Smallshaw has our story.
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SUPER=01-Linda Lee/Home Healthcare Director; :23
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(( When last we saw the Bedford Adult Daycare Center, it was teetering on the brink of collapse.
A shortage of money and clients was about to force the center to close its doors.
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SU 2:43:43 (2)
IN Q=Oddly enough

((Oddly enough, daycare officials say almost being shut down is probably the best thing that ever happened to the center. That's when the community first started to realize that adult daycare was available in Bedford County, and the support began rolling in.))
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IN Q=Interest in the

((LINDA LEE/HOME HEALTH CARE DIRECTOR: INTEREST IN THE CENTER HAS ESCALATED SINCE THE COMMUNITY BECAME INVOLVED IN IT AND WE'RE JUST REALLY PROUD OF THE THINGS THAT ARE GOING ON AT THE DAYCARE.))
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((WADE IN THE WATER CHILDREN, WADE IN THE WATER...GOD'S GOING TO TROUBLE THE WATER.))
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They're still short a few volunteers here, but an increase in clients and donations has kept the center afloat the past year.
Now, a large grant from the Maupin- Sizemore foundation will put everyone in a brand new building on the grounds of Bedford Memorial Hospital.
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SOT 1:21:30 (1)
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((HOWARD AINSLEY/HOSPITAL DIRECTOR: THE NEW FACILITY WILL BE FOR 25 PATIENTS AND WE EXPECT IN TIME WE'LL BE ABLE TO FILL THOSE NUMBERS.))
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That's because the country's elderly population is booming, making daycare centers like this a valuable alternative to nursing homes.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Bedford.))

Stocks


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=sly
TAPE#=Stocks
GRAPHIC=NONE


On Wall Street, after being down by as much as 70 points during the session the Dow finished up a point.
NASDAQ dropped eight points.
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Tunstall-Band


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#96-18
GRAPHIC=None


A group of Pittsylvania County students are among those practicing for the upcoming Summer Olympics in Atlanta.
However, the students we're about to introduce you to aren't athletes-- they're musicians.
Teresa Hamilton has the story.
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SUPER=01-Brad Worley/Eighth Grade; :47
SUPER=01-Debra Bray/Band Director; 1:00
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(( Countless hours of hard work and dedication have paid off for the Tunstall High School Percussion Ensemble.
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The 29- students performed Wednesday night for family and friends, before heading home to pack for Dayton, Ohio.
They're about to compete in the Winter Guard International World Finals.
nat sound
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The Tunstall High School Percussion Ensemble was formed in 1991-- since then the group has won numerous competitions.
In fact, it was the group's award winning history, coupled with a color photo and videotape that helped the students land their biggest invitation.
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IN Q=It was like

((TABITHA JAMISON/JUNIOR:IT WAS LIKE OH MY GOD, I'M GOING TO THE OLYMPICS AND YOU NEVER WOULD THINK YOU WOULD MAKE IT TO THAT HIGH LEVEL, IT WAS JUST SHOCKING.))
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((BRAD WORLEY/EIGHTH GRADE: THE OLYMPICS, WHAT AN HONOR, NOT MANY PEOPLE GET TO GO TO THE OLYMPICS OR ANYTHING.))
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The students will perform for three days in Atlanta's parks and public plazas.
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IN Q=Georgia

((DEBRA BRAY/BAND DIRECTOR:GEORGIA ISN'T BUT SIX HOURS AWAY BUT IT'S AN INTERNATIONAL EVENT, THERE WILL BE PEOPLE THERE FROM ALL OVER THE U-S, ALL OVER THE WORLD AND WE'LL BE PART OF IT.))
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The trip to Atlanta will cost thousands of dollars. The Tunstall High School Music Boosters is hoping the community will pitch in with donations. Teresa Hamilton, News 7.))

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming up tonight in sports, the Masters opens in Augusta with a left hander leading the way.
More fines for fighting in the NBA.
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and Roy Stanley checks in with the Ferrum College baseball team that is ranked tenth in the nation this week.
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S-Masters


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-4
GRAPHIC=MASTERS


The greatest tournament in golf began this morning amongst the azaleas and many years of tradition at Augusta National.
The 60th Masters golf championship, golf's first major
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SUPER=03-Augusta, GA/This Morning; :00


could also turn out to be this man's first major championship.
Phil Mickelson, the southpaw who already has two victories on the tour in his career shot an amazing 6 under 30 on the backside and finished the first round with a 7 under par 65 to hold down the clubhouse lead.
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((PHIL MICKELSON/EARLY FIRST ROUND LEADER:))
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OUT Q=...right spots."
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VO-NAT CON'T

Six-time Masters champ Jack Nicklaus opened today with a two under par round of 70.
Defending champ Ben Crenshaw had a nightmare of an opening round with a five over round of 77. That means he's now 12 shots back.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=MASTERS


A number of golfers are still on the course, we'll take a complete look at the leader board tonight at 11.

S-Snead


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-5
GRAPHIC=NONE
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=04-7:45am; :00


The Highlight of the opening round each year is the ceremonial tee-off by three former Masters champs.
First to tee off was 94 year old Gene Sarazen, who won the Masters in its second year in 1935.
Two time champ Byron Nelson, who is now 84 was the second off the tee.
And three time champions Sam Snead, the youngster in the bunch at 83 hit the final tee shot to officially open the 60th Masters championship.
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S-Reich


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S5-27
GRAPHIC=PANTHERS


The Carolina Panthers first starting quarterback in the team's inaugural season last year is now a member of the Jets.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Spartanburg, SC/Last July; :00


The 34-year-old unrestricted free agent started the first three games for the Panthers,but spent the final 13 contests watching rookie Kerry Collins take his job.
Reich had wanted to resign with the Panthers, but when Carolina signed Steve Buerlein he had to look for work elsewhere.
In New York he will backup Neil O'Donnell.
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S-NBA


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#BB96-3
GRAPHIC=NBA


More bad behavior on the basketball court has resulted in some time in the NBA's Time Out chair, and a fine.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=04-NBA; :00


This time the culprit is the Orlando Magic's Horace Grant, who hit danny Ferry last night in the Magic's win over Cleveland.
Grant is suspended for one game and fined five thousand bucks.
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S-Ferrum


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S5-28
GRAPHIC=Ferrum Logo


The Ferrum Panthers have two more regular season games before the Dixie conference baseball tournament.
Ferrum is 22-4-and 1 and primed for a showdown this weekend for the conference title.
Roy Stanley has more.
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SUPER=01-Shannon Gray/Panther Outfielder; :44
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Romanian-Artist


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#96-17
GRAPHIC=None


Tomorrow night, a Roanoke gallery will unveil the latest paintings of
(cor-NELL-yoo Bru-DOSH-koo) Corneliu Brudascu.


He's a Romanian artist making his second visit to western Virginia... and tonight Joe Dashiell reports his work is finding a new audience.
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IN Q=In the skilled hands
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00
SUPER=02-Vasile Gocan/Brudascu's Manager; :16
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OUT Q=JD News 7 Roanoke


((In the skilled hands of Corneliu Brudascu, the brush brings a bouquet of color to the canvas.
For several weeks, the Romanian artist has been at his easel here, preparing for a show that begins Friday night at Roanoke's Gallery Three.
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IN Q=He always stops

((VOICE OF VASILE GOCAN/BRUDASCU'S MANAGER: HE ALWAYS STOPS AND LOOKS AT FLOWERS IN SHOPS, IN GARDENS. IF HE SEES, HE MEMORIZES. HE JUST PICTURES THEM AND THEY GO IN THERE FOR A WHILE UNTIL THEY COME OUT NOW ON CANVAS.))
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OUT Q=now on campus.


A painter for more than 40 years, Brudascu is well-known in his own country.
He reached a wide audience only after the fall of the communist regime there and he says it was a liberating experience.
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IN Q=He feels the freedom behind him

((VOICE OF VASILE GOCAN: HE FEELS THE FREEDOM BEHIND HIM. HE DOESN'T FEEL THAT SOMEONE IS LOOKING OVER HIS SHOULDER MAKING SURE THAT HIS PAINTING DOESN'T HAVE A POLITICAL MESSAGE. HE FEELS THAT FREEDOM OVERWHELMING AND UNTIES HIS HANDS OF DOING WHAT HE FEELS LIKE, HIS RIGHT TO DO.))
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OUT Q=his right to do.


For some Romanian artists Brudascu says freedom came too late.
But he is thankful to be hre, cathcing up on the artistic movements he missed and bringing his work to an appreciative audience in another part of the Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke)) world.