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ANCHOR=Melanie
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VO-NAT


President Clinton is moving on to Thailand after winning a victory at the Pacific Rim economic summit in the Philippines.
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And a Radford man faces a first degree murder charge following the death of a young woman.

SUMMIT


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


President Clinton will soon be the first American leader since Richard Nixon to visit Thailand.
The official reason for the visit is to help Thailand's American educated king celebrate 50 years on the throne.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Manila, Philippines;

4:03:00
The President heads to Thailand today from the Philippines where he attended the Asian Pacific Economic Conference.
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He'll be joining the first lady, who preceded him to Thailand.
Earlier today she visited a shelter that houses girls who had been rescued from prostitution.
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Radford-Murder


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=Murder


A Radford man is in jail on first degree murder charges.
26- year- old Chad Joseph LaRue was taken into custody by Radford Police yesterday for the alleged murder of 21- year- old Melissa Ann Dyal (Dial).
Both shared the same residence.
Larue apparently shot Dyal yesterday morning.
Police have yet to release where Dyal's body was found.


Holiday-Show


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-90
GRAPHIC=None


Many of the vendors at the Roanoke Civic Center's Holiday Gift Show say promoters misrepresented the show.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Some vendors say a brochure given to them by the event promoter promises 10-thousand visitors to the show.
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((KIM PEYTON/BEAUTICONTROL COSMETICS: I FEEL LIKE WE WERE MISLED. THEY TOLD US THERE THERE WOULD BE 100 VENDORS, THERE'S 69 AND AS FOR THE FOOT TRAFFIC, WE WERE TOLD THERE WOULD BE SEVEN TO 10 THOUSAND TO COME THROUGH AND WE'LL GIVE THEM A GOOD DAY AS PROBABLY A COUPLE THOUSAND. BUT THAT WAS THROUGHOUT THE WEEKEND.)) ((DID YOU MAKE ANY MONEY? FAYE DARBY/AUNT LUCY'S GOURMET GOODIES: NONE AT ALL. WE DIDN'T EVEN COVER OUR EXPENSES. I MEAN FOR THE LITTLE BIT OF TRAFFIC THERE WAS SOME INTEREST. BUT THERE WAS NO TRAFFIC. I SOLD MORE OUT OF MY HOTEL ROOM.))
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SUPER=01-Faye Darby/Aunt Lucy's Gourmet Goodies; :18
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VO-NAT


The promoter, the Hamilton Corporation, say no such promises were made.
Spokesman Brian Hamilton would not do an on camera interview.
But he says if foot traffic was low it's because the sponsors--one of which is W-D-B-J--did not do their jobs.
He says they should know the gate totals by next week.
And Hamilton points out some vendors did make money.
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SOT 17:51:01
IN Q=WE MAKE BOWS

((PATTIE HYLTON/RIBBONS AND BOWS: WE MAKE BOWS. WE HAND MAKE OUR OWN BOWS AND IT'S A LOT OF PEOPLE THAT COME TO THE SHOWS LOOKING JUST FOR OUR BOWS. WE GOT A LOT OF REGULARS IN ROANOKE.))
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VO-NAT


Some of the vendors say they're planning on suing the Hamilton Corporation for misrepresentation.
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Prisons


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# net; 96-90
GRAPHIC=Va State Seal


14 million dollars is on the line.
That's what Virginia will lose over the next two years if state officials continue to snub the federal Goals Two-Thousand program.
That according to new figures from the U-S Department of Education.
The state already has turned down 8-point-4 million dollars for the first two years of the education program.
Virginia is the only state that has refused to accept money from the program.
SS=Allen, George


Governor Allen says the money would lead to federal intrusion into state education policies.
Meanwhile new estimates show Virginia will not have to borrow any more money to build prisons.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


That's because of falling estimates for the number of inmates behind bars by the year 2000.
Two years ago planners thought Virginia would have more than 40-thousand-900 prison inmates by the turn of the century.
The latest estimate is 36-thousand-310 inmates.
The forecasts can trigger the need for millions of tax dollars for prison construction -- or free up money for other services.
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Farmers


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


Black farmers have filed a lawsuit against the United States Department of Agriculture in an attempt to stop foreclosures on their loans.
The lawsuit also seeks compensation for farmers who say they have been discriminated against by U-S-D-A credit agencies.
Eleven of the 30 farmers specifically mentioned in the suit are from Virginia.
Just in case they do not win in court, the National Black Farmers Association is moving forward with plans for a demonstration in Washington on December 12th.

Common-Sense


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#CommonSense
GRAPHIC=CommonSense


A defensive investment has nothing to do with companies that build guns, tanks and radar systems.
But a defensive investment does offer protection...protection of your hard earned money.
Here's Len Besthoff with the latest installment of Common Sense.
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((This week on Common Sense, part two of our talk about defensive investments. This time around, we'll talk about stocks that pay steady dividends.))
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((TOM DUNKENBERGER/WHEAT FIRST BUTCHER SINGER: IN AN UNCERTAIN MARKET A LOT OF PEOPLE SHOULD LOOK TOWARDS A COMPANY THAT HAS HISTORICALLY HAD A DIVIDEND. BECAUSE IF THE MARKET DOES DROP OFF AT LEAST YOU'RE GETTING REWARDED BY AN INCOME STREAM IN THE FORM OF A DIVIDEND. AND I LOOK FOR COMPANIES THAT HAVE A VERY LONG HISTORY YEAR AFTER YEAR OF PAYING A DIVIDEND. AND OVER THE LAST NUMBER OF YEARS THAT HAVE HAD A TRADITION OF INCREASING THAT DIVIDEND. SO IT HELPS YOU IN A BAD MARKET. WHEN THE MARKET'S DOWN YOU'RE AT LEAST GETTING A RISING INCOME STREAM IN THE FORM OF A DIVIDEND. IT GIVES YOU A BETTER TOTAL RETURN IN A BAD MARKET.))
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2-headlines
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ANCHOR=Melanie


Here's a look at today's top stories.
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VO-NAT


Glossing over their differences.. world leaders at the Asia Pacific Economic summit in the Philippines pledged today to work toward setting up the world's largest free trade zone.
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VO-NAT


The bodies are still coming out of the water in the aftermath of the deadliest hijacking ever.
Two of the hijackers are among the 52 people who survived Saturday's crash.
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VO-NAT


And vendors are accusing organizers of a Holiday gift show at the Roanoke Civic center of inflating attendance projections.
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And thats what's making news on this Monday the 25th of November.

APEC


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


President Clinton today becomes the first American President since Richard Nixon to visit Thailand.
The official reason for the visit is to help Thailand's American educated king celebrate 50 years on the throne.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Manila, Philippines;

4:03:00
The President is moving on to Thailand after winning a victory at the Pacific Rim Economic summit in the Philippines.
In their final statement, the 18 leaders called for the elimination of most tariffs on computer goods by the year two-thousand -- a position pushed by Mr. Clinton.
SUPER=03-Thailand;

4:22
President Clinton joins his wife in Thailand, where the first lady today visited a home for girls rescued from prostitution.
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CRASH


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


Crews have suspended their search for eight crewmen still missing from an Air Force C- 130 plane that crashed into the Pacific Coast Friday.
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SUPER=03-Arcata, CA;

4:05:13
One crewmember survived the crash and so far two bodies have been recovered.
Officials say they do not expect to find anymore survivors.
The crew member who survived was spotted by a U-S Coast Guard Helicopter just two hours after the plane put out a distress call.
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4:08;50 (( THEY TOLD ME THEY HAD 2 MINUTES LEFT ON SCENE WHEN THEY HAD SPOTTED ME. OTHERWISE, THEY WOULD HAVE TO TURN AROUND AND GO BACK TOWARDS THE COAST SO, I'M A VERY LUCKY INDIVIDUAL.. VERY LUCKY INDIVIDUAL. ))
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VO-NAT


Air Force officials say they have no plans to send out helicopters today after calling off the search last night.
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HIJACK


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=plane crash invest


Divers continue to pull bodies from the wreckage of an Ethiopian jet liner in the Indian Ocean.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Comoros Islands;


The plane crashed just off of a beach resort Saturday after hijackers refused to let it land to refuel.
More than fifty people including two of the hijackers survived.
At least 123 were killed.
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Trains


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


Investigators say a broken rail attachment caused an Amtrak Train to derail in New Jersey over the weekend.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Secaucus, NJ;

4:10:34
Thirty-four people were injured when the passenger train jack-knifed into a marsh.
Officials say a sidebar that's supposed to be attached to the two pieces of rail had broken, causing the misalignment.
Meantime, maintenance crews have repaired the rails damaged in the derailment and Amtrak lines will run on normal schedules today.
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Simpson


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


O-J Simpson is back on the witness stand today in his civil trial.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Santa Monica, CA/Friday;


Simpson is expected to face tough questioning about a cut on his finger, blood evidence, shoes, and the infamous bloody gloves.
Under examination by the plaintiff's lawyers Friday Simpson denied killing his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman.
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MOM-MURDER


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=murder


In New York, two small children are hospitalized in critical and serious condition this morning after their mother threw them from the roof of a 14 story apartment building.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-New York, NY/Yesterday;


A third child died.
The children's mother, 23- year- old Chicqua Roveal also died when she jumped from the roof.
Police say the young woman was distraught over problems with her mother, who was in and out of jail allegedly because of drugs.
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Tobacco


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=tha
TAPE# 96-88
GRAPHIC=Tobacco


Tobacco growers on the southside could enjoy one of their busiest growing seasons.
That's because many experts are predicting an increase in the 19-97 tobacco quota.
Teresa Hamilton explains.
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(( It's hard to forget the serious damage inflicted by Hurricane Fran.
Along the East Coast, heavy wind and rain devastated countless tobacco fields.
Here in Virginia, the system was downgraded to a tropical storm, but it still had an impact on the state's number one cash crop.
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((LARRY MCPETERS/HALIFAX CO. EXTENSION AGENT:BECAUSE THERE WAS A REDUCED SUPPLY OF TOBACCO, IN STATES SOUTH OF VIRGINIA, DUE TO FRAN, AS YOU MENTIONED, THE STOCKS OR RESERVE STOCKS WERE BOUGHT OUT OR PURCHASED, AND, OF COURSE, THIS WILL HAVE A GREAT INFLUENCE ON THE QUOTA, FOR THE 1997 GROWING SEASON. ))
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In other words, the tobacco companies, will, most likely, ask farmers to grow more tobacco than in previous years.
McPeters predicts the quota will increase 13- percent or more, based on the purchasing intentions set by the company's last year.
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IN Q=We know

((LARRY MCPETERS/HALIFAX CO. EXTENSION AGENT: WE ARE HAVING A LOT OF FARMERS LOOKING AT BUYING GREEN HOUSES TO PRODUCE THE TRANSPLANTS, LOOKING AT ADDITIONAL CURING BARN SPACE, LIKE BULK BARNS, ADDITIONAL LABOR WILL BE NEEDED AND ALL THESE THINGS, CAPITAL IS ALSO A BIG ITEM, TO BORROW THE MONEY TO PRODUCE AN ADDITIONAL 13 TO 20 PERCENT MORE REQUIRES 13- TO 20 PERCENT MORE CAPITAL.))
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Clarence Bryant is also predicting an increase in the tobacco quota.
But it's doubtful he'll take advantage, he's also advising other farmers to think twice, before making any kind of investment.
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((CLARENCE BRYANT/PRES. CONCERNED FRIENDS OF TOBACCO: IF YOU'RE LOOKING AT THE REASON WE'RE GETTING THE ADDITIONAL QUOTA, IT'S ALL TIED TO WEATHER RELATED ISSUES AND IT'S NOT BECAUSE THE DOMESTIC OR INTERNATIONAL SUPPLIES ARE ON AN INCREASE, SO THEREFORE, IT'S BOUND TO BE TEMPORARY.))
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Right now, all talk regarding the quota is speculative.
The actual amount will be set next month. Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7.))

2-Radford-Murder


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=Murder


A 26- year- old Radford man is behind bars, charged with first degree murder.
Chad Joseph LaRue was taken into custody by Radford Police yesterday for the alleged murder of 21- year- old Melissa Ann Dyal (Dial).
Both shared the same residence.
Larue apparently shot Dyal yesterday morning.
Police have yet to release where Dyal's body was found.


2-Holiday-Show


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-90
GRAPHIC=None


Broken promises and low attendance have sparked controversy at the Holiday Gift Show at the Roanoke Civic Center.
Many of the vendors at the annual event say promoters misrepresented the show.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Some vendors say a brochure given to them by the event promoter promises 10-thousand visitors to the show.
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SOT 17:53:26
IN Q=I FEEL LIKE

((KIM PEYTON/BEAUTICONTROL COSMETICS: I FEEL LIKE WE WERE MISLED. THEY TOLD US THERE THERE WOULD BE 100 VENDORS, THERE'S 69 AND AS FOR THE FOOT TRAFFIC, WE WERE TOLD THERE WOULD BE SEVEN TO 10 THOUSAND TO COME THROUGH AND WE'LL GIVE THEM A GOOD DAY AS PROBABLY A COUPLE THOUSAND. BUT THAT WAS THROUGHOUT THE WEEKEND.)) ((DID YOU MAKE ANY MONEY? FAYE DARBY/AUNT LUCY'S GOURMET GOODIES: NONE AT ALL. WE DIDN'T EVEN COVER OUR EXPENSES. I MEAN FOR THE LITTLE BIT OF TRAFFIC THERE WAS SOME INTEREST. BUT THERE WAS NO TRAFFIC. I SOLD MORE OUT OF MY HOTEL ROOM.))
SUPER=01-Kim Peyton/Beauticontrol Cosmetics; :00
SUPER=01-Faye Darby/Aunt Lucy's Gourmet Goodies; :18
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OUT Q=MY HOTEL ROOM
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VO-NAT


The promoter, the Hamilton Corporation, say no such promises were made.
Spokesman Brian Hamilton would not do an on camera interview.
But he says if foot traffic was low it's because the sponsors--one of which is W-D-B-J--did not do their jobs.
He says they should know the gate totals by next week.
And Hamilton points out some vendors did make money.
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SOT 17:51:01
IN Q=WE MAKE BOWS

((PATTIE HYLTON/RIBBONS AND BOWS: WE MAKE BOWS. WE HAND MAKE OUR OWN BOWS AND IT'S A LOT OF PEOPLE THAT COME TO THE SHOWS LOOKING JUST FOR OUR BOWS. WE GOT A LOT OF REGULARS IN ROANOKE.))
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Some of the vendors say they're planning on suing the Hamilton Corporation for misrepresentation.
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Shenandoah-Homes


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 96-93
GRAPHIC=Shenandoah Manor


Family members of some residents of a Clifton Forge nursing home will find out tonight where their loved ones can relocate.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Clifton Forge/Friday;


Shenandoah Manor learned last week it would lose its Medicaid funding because it failed its latest health department inspection.
SUPER=@File;


That means 35 residents will have to move by December 22nd.
Representatives from the League of Older Americans, health department and social services are helping residents relocate.
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((KEVIN MCCULLOUGH/LOA: THEY WILL BE TALKING TO THE PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES TO FIND OUT WHAT KIND OF GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION WOULD BE BEST. WHAT KIND OF SERVICES ARE NEEDED BY THE INDIVIDUAL SO THEY WILL LOOKING FOR BEDS AS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE.))
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Shenandoah Manor was told in May it would have to work on several problems concerning patient care.
The health department decided it would cut off Medicaid funding after an inspection last week.
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((KEVIN MCCULLOUGH/LOA: THE POTENTIAL FOR TRANSFER IS GREAT. IT'S GOING TO BE DIFFICULT TASK TO MOVE THESE PEOPLE WITH COMPASSION. ))
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VO-NAT


An informational meeting for residents' families will be held tonight at 7 at the Clifton Forge Fire House.
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Venice


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


Half of Venice is under water, including the world's most beautiful piazza - Saint Mark's Square.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Venice, Italy;


Tourists are having the novel experience of going eyeball to eyeball with passing boatmen instead of looking down on them in the canals that are normally well below the level of the city's pavements.
It's the worst flooding in 15 years. And it could well last another week, with more flooding expected today and tomorrow. Water levels are about three to four feet above normal.
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Tripod-Dog


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-89
GRAPHIC=None


Animal Adoptions happen all the time--
This weekend "Pepper" found a new home.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bedford Co.;


The story may not sound unusual at first, but at second glance you'll notice Pepper is handicapped.
S-P-C-A officials say she was born with only three legs. The S-P-C-A took applications for more than a month, looking for the best home for the orphaned dog.
Jim and Judy Maddox took custody of "Pepper" Saturday.
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((JUDY MADDOX/PEPPER'S OWNER: RUSTY, THE DOG WE ALREADY HAVE, HAS THREE LEGS. WE WERE AFRAID THAT NO ONE WOULD ADOPT HER. WE WENT BY AND PUT IN AN APPLICATION AND WE WERE SELECTED TO TAKE HER HOME WITH US.
JIM MADDOX/PEPPER'S OWNER: VERY FRISKY, VERY PLAYFUL, AS ANY PUPPY WOULD BE. SHE RUNS AROUND. SHE'S GOT MORE ENERGY THAN THE OTHER TWO DOGS, I THINK, RIGHT NOW.))
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Judy Maddox says "Pepper" is so charged with energy that it's a good thing they have 10 acres.
And she says "Pepper" is getting along great with their dog "Rusty" as well as the neighbor's dog "Fred."
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4-Scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=lba
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=nfl


The three teams contending for the N-F-C East division title all lost yesterday as the N-F-L teams reach the three-quarter mark of the season.
For all of last night's scores let's check the boards.
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