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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning.......
NATO focuses on taking out Serb power supplies while Germany and France call for another look at diplomatic efforts to end the conflict-
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And Discovery astronauts took a walk outside to work on the international space station overnight-- These stories and more in just a few minutes.
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[Waldron]


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No new clues yet in what sparked the blaze that killed nearly a dozen show horses at Waldron House Farm in Shawsville Friday night.
The few horses that survived are still not in the clear.
Joy Sutton has the latest.
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[SUPER=03-Shawsville/Friday Night;00]
[SUPER=01-Karen Waldron/Owner;09]
[SUPER=03-Shawsville/Yesterday;27]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Virginia Maxwell/Veterinarian ;39]
[SUPER=01-David Holbrook/Horse Trainer;1:15]
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(( The smoke and haze from the fire were so intense, the owner said even from miles away she knew it was her barn.
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[IN Q=The amount of fire]

((KAREN WALDRON/OWNER: THE AMOUNT OF FIRE IT WAS... I JUST NEW IT HAD TO BE.. I JUST HAD THE FEELING IT WAS AT THE BARN.)) [RUNS5]
[OUT Q=at the barn.]


When Waldron arrived the barn had been destroyed.
Fire fighters were able to get to the blaze and get it under control and to stop it from spreading to other barns.


But only seven out of 18 horses escaped from the barn...and those that did escape were badly burned.
Most of the horses were colts...and were training to be show horses.
Those that survived are being treated at Virginia Tech Vet School.
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((DR.VIRGINIA MAXWELL/VA TECH VET: THERE ARE THREE THINGS WE NEED TO KEEP TRACK OF...THE SKIN LESIONS...2ND ARE THE LUNG INJURIES AND THIRD IS EYE INJURY..IN GENERAL HORSES ARE GOING TO BE IN SHOCK..IT'S JUST A TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCE FOR THEM.)) [RUNS9]
[OUT Q=experience for them.]
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[IN Q=A couple of the horses]

((DR. VIRGINIA MAXWELL/VA TECH VET.: A COUPLE OF THE HORSES ARE GOING TO HAVE SOME TROUBLE WITH THEIR LUNGS RIGHT NOW WE CAN DETECT ABNORMAL LUNG SOUNDS WHEN THEY BREATH.)) [RUNS8]
[OUT Q=when they breath.]


Most of the visible injuries on the horses are on their backs...and they are receiving baths and anti-biotics to reduce infection.
David Holbrook was a trainer on the horse farm...he says he was very attached to the horses.
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[IN Q=It's like your family]

((DAVID HOLBROOK/HORSE TRAINER: IT'S LIKE YOUR FAMILY..WHEN YOU SEE THEM AND CARE FOR THEM...AND THEY DEPEND ON YOU IT'S A CLOSE BOND.))
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((JOY SUTTON/REPORTER:DR. MAXWELL SAYS THE FIRST 72 HOURS ARE THE MOST CRITICAL...BUT SHE IS HOPEFUL THAT ALL SEVEN HORSES WILL PULL THROUGH JUST FINE. JOY SUTTON, NEWS 7, BLACKSBURG)) [RUNS11]
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[Discovery]


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Discovery astronauts took an early morning walk in the final frontier.
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The seven hour spacewalk turned out to be a great success.
Tied to the spacecraft two astronauts played construction workers installing hardware on the new international space station.
Live television pictures beamed back during the spacewalk showed the astronauts as they built two cranes on the outside of the space station, then attached bags of tools for future spacewalkers to use when they're making repairs to the 60-billion dollar station.
The biggest concern plaguing the station is back on earth and involves money.
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[IN Q=the service]

((WILLIAM HARWOOD/SCIENCE WRITER/CBS NEWS CONSULTANT: THE SERVICE MODULE, THE INITIAL LIVING QUARTERS AND PROPULSION MODULE FOR THE STATION, IS WELL OVER A YEAR BEHIND SCHEDULE AND THAT HAS HELD UP SUBSEQUENT ASSEMBLY MISSIONS.))
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[vo-nat]
Later today the astronauts will actually enter the international space station.
Discovery will remain docked to it until Thursday night and is scheduled to land back at Kennedy Space Center a week from today.
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[Kosovo]


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This is a holiday weekend in the United States, but it's business as usual for our soldiers involved in the bombing campaign in Yugoslavia.
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Alliance warplanes were in action well after daybreak this morning in what appears to be a continued effort to knock out the Serbs power supply.
Serb officials says a major power plant located southwest of the capital city was hit.
Meanwhile, diplomatic efforts aimed at ending the conflict continue.
Top French and German officials are calling for a meeting of the major industrialized nations, plus Russia, to consider if Russia's envoy made any progress toward a settlement in his latest visit to Belgrade.
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[Congress-Votes]


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With the help of the Pentagon, the Clinton Administration attempted to shut down more military bases.
But, the Senate shot down the idea this week.
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The base closing bill was defeated 60 to 40.
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Among the Democrats voting for the plan, Virginia's Chuck Robb.
Republican John Warner voted against it.
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Over in the House, Southwest Virginia congressmen were in agreement on a Social Security measure.
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A bill to keep the government from spending Social Security surpluses was approved 416 to 12.
Rick Boucher, Bob Goodlatte and Virgil Goode all voted for it.
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Straight ahead on News7 Sunday Morning - A local community is selected to participate in a national study on breast cancer.
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And there's banjo-pickin' galore at a Star City hotel this weekend.
We'll have the story but first here are the lottery numbers.....
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[Health-Week]


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A group of local health care providers are communing with nature and women in Danville are asked to volunteer for a study looking to cure breast cancer.
Tonya Flory has those stories and more in this week's health check report.
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[SUPER=01-Ernie Wallace/Massage Therapist; :20]
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(( Cameo stands for Complimentary and Alternative Methods for Energized and Optimum Health. The Cameo conference held at Radford University's Selu Conservancy brought together nurses, massage therapist and many others in the health care business. Participants hope to come away with new information on the latest in alternative healing.
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((ERNIE WALLACE/MASSAGE THERAPIST: I WAS ONE OF THE FIRST TODAY TO BE ON THE TABLE AND YES, IT WAS A CALMING RELAXING FEELING AND IT FELT VERY GOOD AND I'M HOPING THAT I'LL LEARN ENOUGH THAT I CAN USE IT IN MY PRACTICE.)) [RUNS:22]
[OUT Q=in my practice.]

Reiki was just one of the therapies taught during the four day conference.
Danville has been chosen as a site for breast cancer research. In fact -- it's the only city in Virginia to participate in the national study. Post-menopausal women who are at risk of developing breast cancer - or have a family history - can participate in the trial at no cost.
And a Radford health educator is helping parents with recommendations for letting their children lift weights. Gib Darden says its the latest craze -- adolescents wanting to emulate their sports heros by bulking up.
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((GIB DARDEN/PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROF.: I THINK THERE'S A GREAT RENEWED INTEREST, SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN YOUTH WANTING TO RESISTANCE TRAIN SIMPLY BECAUSE THE EMPHASIS OF YOUTH WANTING TO PARTICIPATE IN SPORTS AT COMPETITIVE LEVELS.)) [RUNS:12]
[OUT Q=competitive levels.]

Darden says weight machines provide health benefits for prepubescent boys and girls -- but they should stay away from barbells which can stunt growth. He says the most important aspects of children weight lifting is making sure they are supervised. Tonya Flory, news 7, Health Check.))

[Banjo-Class]


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There were no videos or banjo books when J. D. Crowe was coming up... The bluegrass great learned to pick by listening to records, and emulating other musicians.
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Crowe is in Roanoke this weekend for a Banjo Seminar organized by AcuTab publications.
Yesterday, he shared his experience with a roomful of banjo players at the Roanoke Marriott.
Crowe learned to play the banjo as a young man, after his father took him to see Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs.


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[IN Q=I was fortunate]

((J.D. CROWE/BLUEGRASS MUSICIAN: I WAS FORTUNATE TO BE ABLE TO WATCH FLATT AND SCRUGGS BECAUSE THEY LIVED THERE IN LEXINGTON KENTUCKY AT THE TIME. THIS WAS IN THE EARLY '50S AND THEY HAD A RADIO SHOW THERE EVERY SATURDAY MORNING ABOUT 15 MINUTES AND SATURDAY NIGHT THEY WOULD DO THE BARN DANCE. AND I WAS USUALLY ALWAYS THERE. SO I WAS FORTUNATE FOR ABOUT A YEAR TO BE ABLE TO SEE THEM UP CLOSE.))
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[OUT Q=see them up close.]
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J. D. Crowe and the New South will appear in concert tonight at 8, at William Byrd High School in Vinton. The Osborne Brothers are also on the bill.
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They're STILL working on the bridge over 581 near Valley View Mall.
VDOT says the "partial interchange" will be completed this summer.
In this week's Virginia Newsreel, we look back more than 30 years to the opening of Interstate- 581.
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It was May 28th, 1965. Interstate 581 had grown by nearly another mile and a half .
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[IN Q=These cars]

((THESE CARS ARE THE FIRST TO MOVE ALONG A NEWLY EDITION OF INTERSTATE SPUR 581 INTO ROANOKE WHICH NOW INSTEAD OF PETERS CREEK ROAD GOES AS FAR AS HERSHBERGER RD.)) [RUNS11]
[OUT Q=HERSHBERGER RD.]


The dedication ceremony was held beneath the Peters Creek Bridge. In addition to the new 5-81 spur, there was an I-81 Roanoke-Salem bypass. The lieutenant governor was among the speakers at the dedication ceremony.
He said "There is no doubt that safe modern roads go far toward encouraging industrial development and making Virginia attractive to tourists." Federal Highway Officials agreed. They said the highways sparked growth of new homes and businesses.
But what does it take to lay down a road like this? In Roanoke and Botetourt County, it involved more than laying asphalt.
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((AT THE DEDICATION THE PRINCIPLE SPEAKER WAS LT. GOVERNOR MILLS GODWIN WHO SAID SOME INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT INTERSTATE 81. IT'S VIRGINIA'S LONGEST INTERSTATE HIGHWAY 325 MILES IN ALL. AND HE POINTED OUT THAT THE SECTION IN ROANOKE AND BOTETOURT COUNTY REQUIRED THE EQUIVALENT OF MOVING A MOUNTAIN OF EARTH AND ROCK. A MOUNTAIN THAT WOULD BE 3 MILES LONG AND 1 MILE HIGH)) [RUNS20]
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Two months later 5-81 was extended to Orange Ave.
Now motorists had easy access to route 460 from the interstate.
A little more than 2 years after the Hershberger ceremony, Interstate 5-81 official opened.
The new highway was dedicated with a ribbon cutting ceremony on October 12, 1967.
That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm Keith Humphry.))

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Baltimore rallied past Oakland last night to win seven to five.
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But it didn't look good early, as Brady Anderson loses the ball, it one hops over the wall for the automatic double for Olmedo Sign.
Saenz beats the throw to the plate and scores off Ben Grieve's single and it's one-nothing A's.
Baltimore battles back from a five nothing defecit BJ Surhoff's solo shot over the right field wall makes it seven- five Orioles and that's how it ended.
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Anaheim held off Kansas City last night, Tood Greene's ninth dinger of the season gave the Angels a one nothing lead.
Troy Glaus bangs this two run shot over center field in the sixth then the Anaheim defense holds off the Royals for the four to three win.
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[COMM # 3][Soccer-Pavillion]



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Soccer players from all over the nation are converging on three area parks...
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152 teams are participating in this year's Berglund Festival Soccer tournament at Green Hill Park, Rivers Edge Park and Vineyard Park.
A unique feature of this year's festival was the Chevrolet Pavillion...which had some interesting games for kids to play.
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((CATHY BEAR/SITE COORDINATOR: THEY HAVE SHOOTING DRILLS THAT THE KIDS CAN WORK THROUGH..TARGETS THAT THEY CAN TRY AND AIM AND SHOOT FOR...AND THEY HAVE A VARIETY OF IMPORTANT MEMORABILIA.))
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The tournament wraps up today.
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Coming up in the second half of News 7 Sunday Morning......
Discovery astronauts started the day with a little stroll this morning---in space.
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And the show horses injured in a Shawsville fire Friday are under the watchful eye of a Tech veterinarian.
More those and other stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-Discovery]


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High above earth, two of space shuttle Discovery's astronauts completed all of their tasks this morning during a spacewalk that lasted more than 7 hours.
CBS's Dave Browde shows us what they were "up to."
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(( SUPER: IN SPACE/THIS MORNING NARR: Tethered to the spacecraft by double safety lines, mission specialists Tamara Jernigan and Daniel Barry played spacegoing construction workers, installing hardware on the new international space station.

NATSOT (JERNIGAN): "Incredible view."


SUPER: NASA VIDEO NARR: Live television pictures beamed back during the spacewalk showed the astronauts as they built two cranes on the outside of the space station, then attached bags of tools for future spacewalkers to use when they're making repairs to the 60-billion dollar station.
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SOT/SUPER: BARRY: "That's it!"
SOT/SUPER: JERNIGAN "Voila. Thank goodness for cheater bars."


NARR: The pictures were spectacular, particularly as the astronauts went through sunset in space, described by ground controllers.
SUPER: VOICE OF: Jerry Ross/NASA
SOT: "Sunset happens very quickly on orbit. Traveling at five miles a

second, the sun sets very rapidly and it's quite a quick change of lighting conditions out there."
NARR: Science writer and CBS News space consultant Bill Harwood says the station's biggest problem has been financial. The control module for the space station was built in Russia:
SUPER: WILLIAM HARWOOD/SCIENCE WRITER/CBS NEWS CONSULTANT
SOT: "The service module, the initial living quarters and propulsion

module for the station, is well over a year behind schedule and that has held up subsequent assembly missions."
NARR: The spacewalk was considered the most dangerous portion of this mission, but the astronauts actually left the space shuttle Discovery ahead of schedule.
NARR: Later today the astronauts are to actually enter the international space station. Discovery will remain docked to it until Thursday night and is scheduled to land back at Kennedy Space Center a week from today. Dave Browde, CBS News, New York.))












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Authorities are still looking for clues in a fire that ravaged a local horse barn Friday night.
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Only seven of eighteen horses survived the blaze that rushed through the barn at Waldron House Farm in Shawsville.


Most were colts, in training to be show horses.
[super=03-Shawsville/Yesterday]


The future of the surviving horses is unsure right now - the first 72 hours are critical.
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((DR. VIRGINIA MAXWELL/VA TECH VET.: A COUPLE OF THE HORSES ARE GOING TO HAVE SOME TROUBLE WITH THEIR LUNGS RIGHT NOW WE CAN DETECT ABNORMAL LUNG SOUNDS WHEN THEY BREATHE.))
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[OUT Q=when they breathe.]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Virginia Maxwell/Virginia Tech Veterinarian]
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Dr. Maxwell says she's hopeful the horses will pull through.
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[60-Minutes]


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It was a painstaking restoration that was supposed to make "The Last Supper" safe for future generations.
But critics say it only made the masterpiece worse.
It's one of the stories you can see tonight on 60 Minutes.
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That story and more on 60 Minutes tonight at seven here on your Hometown Station.

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Still to come on News 7....... It's all in the family - a man named Earnhardt is making a Winston Cup debut tonight.


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And in this week's Virginia Profiles - a teacher who's spent 3 decades making sure the kids get to know the calves.
We'll explain, coming up.
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[Profile-Open]


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For many, teaching is a rewarding job.
No one knows this better than Jon Utin-- who for 30- years has gone the extra mile to make learning fun for students in Blacksburg.
Teresa Hamilton has the story in this week's "Virginia Profile".
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[SUPER=01-John Bailey/6th Grader; :46]
[SUPER=01-Margeaux Boles/6th Grader; 1:14]
[SUPER=01-Mary Arnott/6th Grader; 1:41]
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(( During the school year, Jon Utin teaches science to sixth graders at Blacksburg Middle School.
But his work- day hasn't always ended when the bell rings.
For the past 30- years, Utin has headed-up a successful after-school program at Virginia Tech that teaches students what you won't find in a textbook.
[in q=The first 16:11:32]

((JON UTIN/TEACHER: THE FIRST DAY IS REALLY FUNNY, THE CHILDREN GO TO THE CALVES THE FIRST TIME AND THE CALF JUMPS OR THE CHILDREN JUMPS AND THE CALVES GO UP ONE WALL AND THE CHILDREN GO UP ANOTHER.))
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Once the students and the calf their assigned to get aquatinted, though, the learning and fun begin.
The program not only teaches the kids how to clean after, feed and groom the animals--- but also how to walk and ha

ndle them.
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((JOHN BAILEY/6TH GRADER: SHE LIKES TO EAT A LOT OF GRASS AND MR. UTIN SAID WE SHOULDN'T DO THAT SO ONE TIME WE WEREN'T LETTING HER EAT GRASS AND SHE STARTED CHARGING AT ME, SO SHE'S PRETTY STUBBORN.))
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This year, 55- students signed up for the program which is offered just once a year.
And while it's exciting it's also hard work.
The program runs for two weeks-- and the students are required to spend at least one hour a day with their calf.
But the students say, with Utin, even the weekends are fun.
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[He teaches ] (( MARGEAUX BOLES/6TH GRADER: HE TEACHES YOU A LOT OF STUFF WITHOUT BEING BORING, HE JUST MAKES IT FUN.))
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Last weekend, the program drew to a close with a final dairy show.
But fifth graders looking forward to the program next year won't be able to take part.
After 30- years, "The Jon Utin Dairy Show" has ended.
Next year, the university will be tearing down the dairy bars to make room for new construction-- so Utin felt the time was right.
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[in q= My brother]

((MARY ARNOTT/6TH GRADER: MY BROTHER, WHO'S IN THE FOURTH GRADE, WAS REALLY WANTING TO DO THIS AND HE FOUND OUT THIS WOULD BE THE LAST YEAR AND HE WAS LIKE, OH, NO, THIS IS JUST HORRIBLE.))
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For Utin the decision is bittersweet but he does have more than enough memories to carry with him-- considering more than a thousand children have experienced the life of a dairy farmer, first hand. Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Blacksburg. ))






[Sports-Extra]


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[NEWSCAST=Sunday Morning]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=sp-31 13334 tc]
[GRAPHIC=lowe's motor speedway 6090]


Nearly 200 thousand race fans will be in Charlotte tonight for the 40th annual Coca-Cola 600.
The event marks the Winston Cup debut of Dale Earnhardt Junior.
And Mike Stevens says the folks at Action Performance are cashing in on his presence in a big way this weekend.
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((The Action Performance company was born in 1993 and in that short time it has established itself as the motor racing industry leader in race related product marketing, licensing and merchandising.
The Charlotte branch of the Phoenix based operation is stocked full of everything from diecast cars to Dale Jarrett socks.
Don't laugh - this is big business. ((TOD:))
See you heard right - Action Performance alone, sold $230 million dollars worth of racing stuff in 1998. But the best sales job this company ever did was locking up Dale Junior before he was big time. Action took a chance on the rookie last year and got rich. Action markets 50 different Dale Earnhardt Jr. products. Last year they sold more than $20 million dollars worth of them. ((DALE JR.:)) ((TOD:))
The bar marking that level will likely be rasied before this weekend is over in Charlotte. Action is breaking out all of the brand new Winston Cup Budweiser merchandise in honor of Jr. debut. They expect to sell a half a million dollars worth of stuff this weekend alone.
And that estimate may be a little low. The Coke relalted merchandise Action turned out for Dale Jr and Sr's race in Japan last year garnered $30 million bucks in sales.)) ((TOD:))

[Ebert-Picks]


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If the sci-fi action of Star Wars doesn't appeal to you - the makers of Notting Hill hope their romantic comedy will pull you into theatres.
But does it live up to Roger Ebert's expectations?
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You can see Roger Ebert's reviews today at Eleven here on Your Hometown Station. [2-shot toss to bump]

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This is Memorial Day weekend, but some people are already preparing for another patriotic holiday--Independence Day.
Several people born on the fourth of July have been chosen to represent America in What's being called the photo of the millenium.
Dorothy Tucker caught up with two of them.
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((MAE SUE HOO (WHO), A 72 YEAR OLD GRANDMOTHER, WAS BORN ON JULY 4TH, 1926.
SO WHEN SHE HEARD THAT THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA WAS LOOKING FOR INDEPENDENCE DAY BABIES TO BE PART OF A MILLINEUM PHOTO ...SHE ENTERED THE CONTEST...AND SHE WON.

SOUNDBITE..IT WAS A SUCH A THRILL..I WAS SPEECHLESS. THIS ONE PAGE LETTER EXPLAINING HER CHINESE HERITAGE ..AND HER FAMILY'S DESIRE TO BE LIVE IN AMERICAN MADE (WHO) A WINNER..
SOUNDBITE...MY PARENTS IMMIGRANTED IN 1914..PROVING THAT HARD WORK..I WANT TO PAY TRIBUTE TO THEM.
( WHO) WILL NOW STAND ON THE STEPS OF INDEPENDENCE HALL IN PHILADELPHIA WITH 99 OTHER BIRTHDAY WINNERS. THEY WILL REPRESENT THE YEARS 1900 TO 1999. VLADIMIR FLOWERS FROM OAK PARK WILL ALSO BE THERE.

SOUNDBITE..I WAS BORN JULY 4TH ..1902.

THIS RETIRED DOCTOR IMMIGRATED FROM BULGARIA IN 1923. AMERICA FULFILLED HIS DREAM FOR AN EDUCATION.
SOUNDBITE...UNITED STATES HAS BEEN A GREAT BLESSING TO ME.

IT WAS ACTUALLY FLOWER'S DAUGHTER-IN-LAW WHO WROTE THE LETTER THAT WON HIM A SPOT ON THE MILLINEUM PHOTO. HE'S LOOKING FORWARD TO THE CELEBRATION.

SOUNDBITE...THAT WOULD BE AN EXCITING EXPERIENCE. I'M SO FORTUNATE TO HAVE MANY BLESSING IN MY LIFE ..AND PHILADELPHIA WILL BE A PART OF THE END.

UP UNTIL RECENTLY, FLOWERS ADMITS HE NEVER THOUGHT ABOUT THE MILLINUM...BUT IF HE MAKES IT..

SOUNDBITE..AH MEN ..MAYBE I'LL DO A DANCE.
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FLOWERS AND MAY WILL NOW GET AN ALL EXPENSE PAID TRIP TO PHILADELPHIA ON JULY 2ND. THE MILLENIUM PHOTO WHICH IS ALSO CALLED THE PHOTO OF THE CENTURY WILL BE TAKEN ON THE MORNING OF JULY 4TH. FLOWERS AND MAY WILL ALSO PARTICIPATE IN PHILADELPHIA'S ANNUAL PARADE.))