IN RESPONSE TO A MOTION filed by Food Lion, Salisbury, N.C., in its lawsuit against ABC, federal Judge N. Carlton Tilley last week ordered a hearing for Oct. 14, after which he will decide what part of the case would be retried if Food Lion rejects his proposed reduction of the punitive damages the network must pay the chain -- from $5.5 million to $315,000. The hearing will take place in U.S. District Court, Winston-Salem, N.C. o's, Cheshire, Conn. An ad in Long Island's newspaper, ...

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