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Fire rips through a horse barn in Shawsville killing and injuring several animals.
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And the shuttle Discovery docks with the International Space Station.
Those are just two of the stories ahead on News-7 Saturday Morning.
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Several horses were killed when fire broke out in a barn.
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It happened last night at the Waldron Horse Farm in Shawsville.
The fire was contained to one barn, but could be seen for miles.
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Waldron wasn't sure how many horses were killed in the blaze but believed the number could be ten or more.
Many of the horses that made it out of the barn were badly burned.
They were being treated by veterinarians from Virginia Tech.
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A bus and car collided in Halifax County this afternoon- killing two people.
It happened about about 4:30 on Route 58 about five miles west of Route 360 between South Boston and Turbaville.
Witnesses passing by say the car was lodged underneath the bus-
State Police tell News 7 two people were killed in the crash, but names will not be released until family is notified.
Traffic on 58 was backed up- and rerouted for several hours after the accident.

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Police in Washington state shot and killed a man wanted in connection with several deaths.
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A long standoff ended last night when a King County sheriff's SWAT sniper shot and killed an armed suspect.
The police say the gunman broke into a home in Shoreline which had a large gun collection.
Shots were fired over the next several hours...until the SWAT officer killed the gunman.
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[SOT 5:50:20]
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((DAVE REICHERT/KING COUNTY SHERIFF: WE SENT A ROBOT IN TO THE HOME TO SEE WHETHER THE SUSPECT WAS INDEED DOWN. HE WAS DOWN. WE SENT IN A MEDIC TEAM TO CHECK VITAL SIGNS AND THE SUSPECT IS DECEASED.))
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The suspect is linked to two murders in the town of Brier and an accident wher a motorcyclist lost his leg after being hit by the suspect's car.
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[Update]


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Joy Sutton has been covering the story and joins us now with an update.
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[S-Pamplin-Park]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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The life of a common soldier often gets overshadowed by tales of heroic generals and battlefield strategies.
That's especially true of the Civil War.
But now a massive new Virginia museum is telling the soldiers' story.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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Pomp and circumstance surrounded the opening of the National Museum of the Civil War Soldier.
It is, after all, being called the nation's most historically important private gift since John Rockefeller created Colonial Williamsburg.
But it is about something more grim: the struggle of the three million common men who gave their lives, limbs, and sanity for their causes.
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((A. WILSON GREENE/PAMPLIN PARK DIRECTOR: INSIDE THIS BUILDING, WE HOPE THAT YOU WILL LEARN SOMETHING ABOUT WHO THESE MEN WERE, HOW THEY LIVED, THE SACRIFICES THEY MADE, AND WHY THEY CHOSE TO LEAVE HOME AND FIGHT FOR CAUSES THAT THEY TREASURED MORE THAN LIFE ITSELF.)) [runs:16]
389-thousand died from disease alone.
In fact, only 204-thousand were actually killed in battle.
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But visitors at this museum get a taste of that too.
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((IT IS TO MUSEUMS WHAT SAVING PRIVATE RYAN WAS TO MOVIES: WARFARE IN BIG HEAPING DOSES OF REALITY. IN THIS GALLERY, THE FLOOR EVEN SHAKES WITH THE POUNDING OF EXPLOSIONS.)) [RUNS:10]
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((ROBERT PAMPLIN, JR./PAMPLIN PARK FOUNDER: THIS IS A VIRTUAL REALITY THEATER SOMEWHAT LIKE DISNEYLAND.)) [runs:05]
Georgia Pacific heir Robert Pamplin Junior built this museum.
It's part of the larger 24-million dollar Pamplin Park complex-- at the site where Union forces broke through Lee's lines to take Petersburg and Richmond... and force surrender a week later.
CD players triggered by remote sensors interpret the musem -- and tell the story of individual soldiers at key points in the War.
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((ROBERT PAMPLIN, JR./PAMPLIN PARK FOUNDER: IN MY BOOK, EVERY SINGLE ONE OF 'EM WAS A HERO.)) [runs:04]
Pamplin Park is just south of Petersburg.
Ellen Qualls, News 7.))

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THe NHL Western Conference is even at two games a piece.
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The Avalanche had taken a two to nothing lead in the first period, but Brett Hull's goal with 3:53 remining in regulation forced the game into overtime.
Chris Drury settled the matter with his fourth goal of the playoffs at 19:29 of O-T.
And Colorado beats Dallas three to two.
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In baseball, Oakland edged Baltimore 2-to-1.
This was Tom Candiotti's 150th career victory.
Candiotti and three relievers combined on a four-hitter.
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[WeekendCalen]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly 2-shot]
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If you're still looking to fill your schedule this weekend, here's some ideas from the weekend calender.
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Andrew is on vacation, but he left some good recipes to try.
For the second straight week, Carol Doddridge shares some ideas.
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[SOT 1:16:40 wknd diner 3]
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((There's much more that you can do with chicken. Carol Dodgers is back once again and I am looking forward... I great to taste her cooking. And here we go. What is part two of the chicken. THIS IS GOING TOBE THE CHICKEN SOUP AND THE CHICKEN SALAD And we are going to do it all in one SO WE JUST REMOVE THE WING AND PUT ALL THIS IN THE SOUP POT. And the chicken breast here, to show people, this is what is going to be the chicken salad. THAT IS GOING TO BE THE SALAD SO I USUALLY JUST SAVE A LOT OF THINGS IN MY FREEZER, WING TIPS AND BACKBONES AND THINGS LIKE THAT AND THEN I JUST PUT THEM IN THE SOUP POT WHEN I HAVE ENOUGH LEFT. SO WE ARE GOING TO ADD SOME CELERY...YOU CAN LEAVE THE LEAVES ON... CARROTS AND PARSLEY, SOME ONION... WE DON'T NEED ALL OF THIS. AND WE ARE GOING TO PUT SOME PEPPER CORNS, YOU CAN DECIDE HOW MUCH YOU WANT. And I guess youcan decide what kind of seasonings you want WELL THIS IS NOT A FINISHED PRODUCT, THIS IS THE BEGINNING OF IT SO USUALLY AFTER I PUT IT ON THE STOVE, I PUT IT IN THE REFRIDGERATOR AND LET IT COOL IN THE BROTH SO THAT IT GETS NICE AND ROBUST. SO NOW WE ARE GOING TO PUT THIS ON THE STOVE AND LET IT COOK FOR ABOUT 45 MINUTES TO AND HOUR About 45 minutes later we fish out the chicken breast and you have already started to shread it and we are going to make the chicken salad. YES, AND I LIKE NICE BIG PIECES. AND SO I AM TEARING THE CHICKEN UP ION NICE BIG PIECES AND ADD SOME OLIVES. I LOVE THIS TOOL..ITS JUST SO HANDY FOR CLEAN UP AND FOR WORKING AND MAKING SOUPS AND STUFF AND WE CUT UP SOME CELERY AND A LITTLE BIT OF LEMON JUICE ANE THEN OUR SALAD IS HALF MADE...WE HAVE TO MAKE THE DRESSING. OK ANDREW..., HERE'S THE DRESSIG THAT I MADE UP FOR THE SALAD, IT IS A VERY SIMPLE DRESSING WITH A LITTLE MIRACLE WHIP, SOME HORSERADISH, SOME SALT AND PEPPER, SOME HEAVY CREAM, SOME WORSHCHIRE SAUCE. SOUND GOOD? AND WE WILL JUST ADD IT TO THE SALAD And through the magic of TV, once you get that mixed up, it looks like this. Absolutely beautiful looking chicken salad. THERE YOU GO AND PUT A DOLLOP OF THAT ON TOP AND SOME PEANUTS. And a little trade mark here, just sprinkle...tell me when to stop AS MUCH AS YOU WANT... IT LOOKS GREAT! Beautiful looking chicken salad, and you can dress up the plate a little bit. You have got the onion curls PUT THAT ON TOP. And we are going to taste this later, for now we are going to figure out how to finish off our soup. We are going to dive into some chicken soup here, and we skipped a few steps as I serve it, Carol is going to describe what we had to do. WELL WE PUT THE CHICKEN AND VEGETABLES ON THE STOVE AND BOILED THEM FOR 45MINUTES TO AN HOUR. THEN I PUT THE STOCK AND EVERYTHING IN IT IN THE REFRIDGERATOR AND LET IT COOL IN THE STOCK WHICH MAKES IT A NICER RICHER STOCK. AFTER THAT I STRAINED OUT ALL THE VEGETABLES AND ADDED NEW VEGETABLES...ONION, CARROTS, THE PIECES OF MEAT THAT CAME FROM THE CHICKEN IN THE STOCK, THE ONION...ISN'T IT GOOD yeah! CHICKEN SOUP IS GOOD FOR THE SOUL, ANDREW yes it is mysoul feels better already! and the souls to my feet feel better too because this is so good it is going all the way through me. and as I dive into the salad from earlier, tell us about the seven ways for seven days. ALL THESE RECIPES THAT YOU HAVE SEEN LAST WEEK AND THIS WEEK ARE IN MY NEW BOOK CALLED SEVEN WAYS FOR SEVEN DAYS. NEXT WEEK I AM GOING TO BE BACK AND I AM GOING TO SHOW YOU MY FAVORITE CHOCOLATE DESSERT. And the chocolate dessert I can only imagine ! IT'S WONDERFUL...IF YOU ARE A CHOCOHOLIC LIKE ME YOU ARE GOING TO LOVE IT. Carol thank you very much... you are fattening me up here on the weekend diner.))
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If you are interested in this recipe all you need to do is send us a self-addressed, stamped envelope to the address on your screen or you can check out our web site under the weekend morning's section. And, don't forget if you'd like to cook your family recipe on the weekend diner, send in a note with your recipe, name, address and phone number.
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Coming up in the second half hour of News 7 Saturday Morning......
A-E-P officials think they know what started Thursday night's electrical fire in Roanoke but say they can't prevent it from happening again.
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And Memorial Day Weekend means the traditional start of the summer season-- it also means more patrols on Smith Mountain Lake.
We will have more on those stories coming up in just a few minutes.
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There's still no official word on what caused last night's horse barn fire.
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It happened last night at the Waldron Horse Farm in Shawsville.
The fire was contained to one barn, but could be seen for miles.
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Waldron wasn't sure how many horses were killed in the blaze but believed the number could be ten or more.
Many of the horses that made it out of the barn were badly burned.
They were being treated by veterinarians from Virginia Tech.
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Joy Sutton is in Shawsville this morning and has an update.
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Now that the rubble's cleared away, A-E-P officials have a clearer picture of what sparked Thursday night's electrical fire in Downtown Roanoke.
They say there's no way they can prevent it from happening again.
Tina Tenret has the latest.
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(( Fire shot up from beneath Jefferson Street in downtown Roanoke for three hours.
Bolts of underground electricity fed the flames.
The only weapon firefighters could use was foam.
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((WINSTON SIMMONS/DEPUTY FIRE CHIEF: YOU DON'T WANT TO PUT WATER ON ELECTRICITY. THAT'S A GOOD LESSON FOR ANYONE. IF YOU HAVE A FIRE IN YOUR HOUSE, WATER CONDUCTS ELECTRICITY.)) [RUNS:09]
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No one was hurt.
The fire broke two windows in the old Heironomus building, not enough to scare away the lunch crowd.
Meanwhile, crews revived phone and computers at some downtown businesses and repaired a toppled light post.
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((TERRY MCMAHAN/AEP: THERE'S LITTLE OR NO LIKELIHOOD THAT FIRE COULD SPREAD FROM THIS VAULT TO ANOTHER VAULT.)) [RUNS:06]
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That underground equipment is still too hot to touch.
But A-E-P officials THINK this electrical switch failed, setting the gallons of mineral oil inside on fire.
They say they inspect manholes every day and saw no warning signs.
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[SOT 11:46:27]
[IN Q=In the past]

((TINA TENRET/NEWS7: IN THE PAST FIFTY YEARS THIS TYPE OF FIRE HAS HAPPENED ONCE BEFORE IN ROANOKE. A-E-P OFFICIALS SAY THEY MAY NEVER KNOW WHAT CAUSED THIS ONE IF THE EQUIPMENT UNDERGROUND IS TOO BADLY BURNED. TINA TENRET NEWS7 ROANOKE)) [RUNS:14]
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Despite a lone holdout, a Lynchburg jury handed down a life sentence to convicted killer Darrell Lamont Fleming.
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Fleming was found guilty of stabbing 16- year- old Corey Pennix to death last August, then stealing drugs and money from his body.
The jury at first told Judge Richard Miller this morning they were deadlocked at 11 to 1.. but after another thirty minutes of deliberations yesterday, came back with a life sentence.
One juror told News7 the holdout had wanted to give Fleming the death penalty.
Fleming will be formally sentenced in July.
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[ANCHOR=Denise]
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Still to come on News 7 Saturday Morning, law enforcement gets ready for a busy summer season on Smith Mountain Lake.
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[VO-NAT]


And we'll go camping at Meadows of Dan a little later in Time Off

....... but first here are the bestselling books of the week.
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[soft music under][Shuttle]


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The crew on the space shuttle "Discorvery" made history.
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[VO-NAT]


"Discovery" is the first shuttle to dock at the new international space station.
Commander Kent Rominger was at the controls shortly after midnight Eastern time when the shuttle pulled up and latched onto the station.
``Discovery'' will spend nearly six days at the space station.
That'll give the crew plenty of time to unload the two tons of gear they brought and do some construction work.
The first permanent astronauts are due on the station in March.
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[Lake-Patrol]


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[WRITER=dal]
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This weekend marks the traditional beginning of the summer vacation season, and that means more boaters on Smith Mountain Lake.
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[SUPER=03-Smith Mountain Lake;]


Law officers have stepped up patrols on the lake now that warm weather is here.
There are new laws on the books that Game Wardens will be targeting. Now jet ski operators must be 16 years or older. 14 and 15 year olds can drive a jet ski as long as they've passed an approved boater safety course and carry their completion card with them.
Boaters and jet ski operators must use the 50 foot rule and run at idle speed when passing swimmers, boat houses, docks and ramps.
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[SOT 5:41:21]
[IN Q=idle speed]

((DAVID CUSHMAN/GAME WARDEN: IDLE SPEED OR NO WAKE IS NOW THE MINIMUM SPEED REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN STEERAGE AND HEAD WAY AND THAT'S WHAT HAS TO BE MAINTAINED IN A NO WAKE ZONE.))
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As far as alcohol is concerned the same rules of the road apply to lake--point-oh-eight is the legal limit.
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[IN Q=when we pull]

((CUSHMAN: WHEN WE PULL OVER A BOAT AND TALK WITH YOU WE'RE JUST GOING TO CHECK THE BASIC SAFETY EQUIPMENT AND REGULATIONS--MAKE SURE THE OPERATOR IS SOBER AND OPERATING IN A PROPER FASHON.)) ((DALLAS NEEL/GAME WARDEN: ON THE SAFETY CHECKS THEY'LL REALIZE, OH YEAH I DO HAVE A FIRE EXTINGUISHER, I HAD ONE ALL ALONG. I DIDN'T REALIZE WHAT IT WAS. I DIDN'T KNOW HOW TO CHECK IT DIDN'T KNOW IF IT WAS IN WORKING ORDER OR NOT AND ONCE WE CAN GET THEM TO WHERE THEY REALIZE THIS MAY BE THAT WILL SAVE A LIFE.))
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Neel says it's their goal to reduce the number of accidents by educating lake users on how to have fun while being safe.
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[Meadows-of-Dan-Campground]


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With nearby attractions like Mabry Mill and Chateau Morrissette, the Meadows of Dan campground finds itself pretty busy, once summer gets under way.
Despite the crowds, its managers say the campground remains as clean and beautiful at the end of the season, as it is at the beginning.
Here's this week's "Time Off".
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(( The holiday weekend promises the arrival of many R-V's and campers, eager to spend some time in the great outdoors.
Jerry and Carleen Lister have managed the campground off the Blue Ridge Parkway since it opened two years ago.
They say it has something for just about everyone.
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[SOT 11:36:26]

((JERRY LISTER/CAMPGROUND MANAGER: WE HAVE A PLAYGROUND FOR THE CHILDREN. WE HAVE A FEW THINGS FOR THE ADULTS-- LIKE WE HAVE HORSESHOES, WE HAVE A BASKETBALL SET-UP, VOLLEYBALL, BADMINTON.)) [RUNS:14]
There's also a scenic pond nearby, stocked with catfish.
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[SOT 11:33:50 ]

((JERRY LISTER/CAMPGROUND MANAGER: WE GO TO OTHER CAMPGROUNDS. WE'RE ALWAYS TRYING TO BETTER IT. WE LISTEN TO THE CAMPERS AND WHAT THEY WANT AND WHAT WE DON'T HAVE-- THEY TELL US HOW WE CAN MAKE IT BETTER. WE OFFER A LOT OF SUGGESTIONS AND WE TRY TO FOLLOW UP ON THEM IN THE OFF- SEASON.)) [RUNS:18]
21 camping sites are available, with water, electric, and sewer hook-ups.
Lister says they get a lot of compliments about the cleanliness of the grounds....even during busy weekends.
He says last Labor Day Weekend filled up the campground....
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[SOT 11:38:09]

((JERRY LISTER/CAMPGROUND MANAGER: AND WHEN THE PEOPLE FINALLY LEFT ON A MONDAY, YOU WOULDN'T HAVE THOUGHT THAT ANYBODY HAD BEEN HERE.)) [RUNS:05]
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[SOT standup here 12:52:45 ]

((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: BUT IF YOU DON'T FEEL LIKE ROUGHING IT SO MUCH..YOU CAN SPEND A NIGHT OR TWO HERE IN ONE OF THESE FULLY FURNISHED LOG CABINS. THEY EVEN HAVE JACUZZIS.)) [RUNS:09]
Two log cabins sit uphill from the camp sites.
Both feature cathedral ceilings and full kitchens.
You can relax in the jacuzzi...or by the fireplace.
And this cabin with a loft provides plenty of space if you decide bring the whole family.
While a campsite will run you about 20- dollars a night, you'll pay a bit more for the luxury of a cabin-- anywhere from 145 to 165- dollars a night.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Meadows of Dan.))




[Did-You-See]


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And finally this morning, Scarlett O'Hara was destined to "never go hungry again" but whoever buys "Gone With THe Wind" memorabilia may have to skip a few meals.
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[SUPER=03-New York, NY;]


The auction is set for June 12th and it is believed the Oscar award alone will fetch as much as 300-thousand dollars.
Also on the block: the final shooting script by David O. Selznick and Vivien Leigh's dress.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=he made]

((DANA HAWKES/VP COLLECTIBLES DEPT: HE MADE 26 OF THESE PARTICULAR OUTFITS BECAUSE THEY WERE TORN. THERE WERE FIRES. SHE WORE IT WHEN SHE WAS ESCAPING THE BURNING OF ATLANTA. SHE WORE IT WITH THE BIRTHING OF THE BABY. SHE WORE IT WHEN SHE WAS SAYING GOODBYE TO RHETT AT THE MCDONOUGH ROAD. SO IT WAS WORN THROUGHOUT THE FILM.))
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[VO-NAT]


She wore that dress for an hour in the movie.
Also up for sale, Leslie Howard's Confederate Jacket and a personal copy of the book written by Margaret Mitchell.
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A popular after-school program at Blacksburg Middle school has come to an end.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]


For 30- years, Jon (you-tin) Utin has given sixth graders an opportunity to learn first hand what its like to raise a calf.
Utin offered the two week program once a year.
In all-- more than a thousand kids have taken part in the "Jon Utin Dairy Show".
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In tomorrow's "Virginia Profile", Teresa Hamilton visits with the last group of students to learn the ins and outs o(------------------) f dairy farming--- kids who say Utin makes learning fun.