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Coming up on News 7- Police hunt for two gunmen after a pair is shot in Roanoke.
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Another American soldier is killed in Iraq. It's one for the record books for Lance Armstrong-- as he rolls to his fifth straight victory.
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Plus, Brent says prepare for another warm day with a chance of afternoon showers. News 7 is next.

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Employees and Henry County lawmakers fear the worst-- as a deadline draws near for the Pillowtex Corporation.
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Pillowtex]


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Southside employees are increasingly concerned about the fate of the Pillowtex Corporation. The towel manufacturer missed a quarterly loan payment to its banks last month. They now have until Thursday to repay the loan, but employees at the Henry County plant fear the company won't be able to pull through.
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No one from Pillowtex was available for comment, but there was a message for certain employees not to come to work.
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((PILLOWTEX RECORDING: ALL MANUFACTURING INCLUDING YARN MANUFACTURING, WEAVING, WET FINISHING AND SEWING WILL STAND. PLANT SERVICE AND PLANT MANAGERS OFFICE WILL STAND.))
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In fact, production employees have been out of work for weeks. Distribution workers ARE asked to report, but are NOT expected to work the entire week. Pillowtex has been described as the cornerstone of the Fieldale area, and some say the community wouldn't exist without the plant.
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((PAULA BURNETTE/HENRY CO. SUPERVISOR: IT'S A THOUSAND EMPLOYEES, A THOUSAND FAMILIES. HOW MANY OF THEM HAVE KIDS GOING TO COLLEGE, IN COLLEGE, WHERE IS THEIR TUITION GOING TO COME FROM. IT'S NOT EASY TO FIND JOBS AROUND HERE AS IT IS. I THINK THIS IS OUR EIGHTEENTH MONTH OF CONSECUTIVE DOUBLE DIGIT UNEMPLOYMENT.))
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Despite poor economic times in Southside, Burnette says the community has remained strong, but both the county and City of Martinsville will suffer economically if the plant closes.
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Police are looking for two suspects involved in a shooting early this morning in Roanoke. Police say two men knocked on the door of 1408 Varnell Avenue; when the door was opened, two men forced their way in and started shooting. 23 year old Teresa Canada was shot once in the side, and 25 year old Judson Vincent was shot one to three times in the groin. Two people in the back of the house heard the shots and and saw two men getting into a burgundy vehicle. The case is still under investigation.

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Another American soldier was killed in Iraq today, as the military tries to tighten the noose around Saddam Hussein. Scott Rapoport has the latest.
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((STILL NO SADDAM BUT ITS NOT FOR LACK OF TRYING. THIS BURNING CAR IN AN UPSCALE BAGHDAD NEIGHBORHOOD MARKS THE SPOT OF THE LATEST RAID BY U-S SOLDIERS. EARLIER THEY TARGETED THREE FARM HOUSES NEAR SADDAMS HOMETOWN OF TIKRIT, AND SAY THEY SUSPECT THE FORMER IRAQI LEADER HAD BEEN THERE JUST 24 HOURS BEFORE.
(SOT: General Richard Myers/Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff) Our belief is hes not having a major effect on

whats going on right now. He is so concerned with survival. SADDAM LOST BOTH OF HIS SONS IN A RAID LAST WEEK. TROOPS FOUND THEM WITH THE HELP OF A TIPSTER AND SAY ITS JUST A MATTER OF TIME BEFORE SOMEONE RATS OUT THE FORMER DICTATOR.
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10:37:14 "We probably are closer because we're getting more intelligence, his sons are gone - so they may have been some source of support."
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BUT UNTIL SADDAM IS CAPTURED OR KILLED, U-S TROOPS WILL FEEL THE BRUNT OF IRAQI ANGER. A ROCKET PROPELLED GRENADE KILLED ANOTHER SOLDIER TODAY. 3 WERE KILLED YESTERDAY WHILE GUARDING A CHILDRENS HOSPITAL. IN ALL, ITS THE BLOODIEST POST-WAR WEEK13 DEAD SOLDIERS.
(SOT: Paul Wolfowitz/Deputy Secretary of Defense)

10:33:28 "Their goal is unmistakable..it's the belief that if you kill Americans, we will leave and the old regime will come back." BUT THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION SAYS TROOPS ARE STAYING PUT UNTIL THE JOB IS FINISHED.
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NOT WHAT THESE IRAQIS IN KARBALA LIKE TO HEAR. THEY TOOK TO THE STREETS TODAY, ANGRY THAT U-S TROOPS KILLED ONE OF THEIR NEIGHBORS. WHEN THE PROTEST GOT OUT OF HAND, YET ANOTHER IRAQI WAS KILLED. SCOTT RAPOPORT, CBS NEWS.))

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An exhibit remembering September Eleventh has traveled a long way to Roanoke.
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The exhibit is managed by two retired Port Authority police officers. It includes pieces from the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and Flight 93. The men say the Port Authority actually owned and operated the World Trade Center, but many people are not aware of the sacrifices they made on nine- 11.
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((LT. CHESTER WEEKES/NY NJ PORT AUTHORITY POLICE: WE LOST 37 POLICE OFFICERS THAT DAY ON THE ELEVENTH, WHICH IS THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF OFFICERS EVER LOST ON A SINGLE EVENT, AND WE ALSO LOST 38 CIVILIAN PERSONNEL AND NINE CONSULTANTS AND MOST OF THEM HAD THE OPPORTUNITY - SOME WERE ACTUALLY OUT OF THE BUILDING AND WENT BACK IN AND HELPED.))
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Weekes says the terrorists didn't just attack three sites, they attacked the entire country. He says that's evident by the frustration and sadness visitors feel. The exhibit is open from 8- to- 5 at the Clarion Hotel through Tuesday. It's on display in conjunction with the F-B-I National Academy.
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Authorities in Waco, Texas have confirmed that a body found there late last week is the body of Baylor basketball player Patrick Dennehy. Police there just held a news conference, but would not provide specifics. We will have more details as they become available.




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Two people were injured in a wreck on Bent Mountain in Roanoke County.
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Police say a motorcycle and Volvo hit head on around 2-thirty this afternoon. The driver of the motorcycle, 39 year old Patricia Williams was taken to Roanoke Memorial where she is listed in fair condition. The driver of the car-- 68 year old Ernestine Roller was also being treated for injuries. or more than two hours, traffic was diverted onto Crystal Creek Road, Cotton Hill Road and Merriman Drive. Police say no charges have been filed, and the investigation is continuing.
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Two major cigarette companies won't be taking part in the traditional flue-cured tobacco auctions this year.
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Philip Morris U-S-A and R-J Reynolds Tobacco company will be buying all of their tobacco through direct contracts with farmers. Contracting by Philip Morris was started three years ago and has taken over much of the tobacco sales across the flue-cured belt in the southeastern United States. Two other companies -- Brown and Williamson, and Lorillard Tobacco -- say they will buy some tobacco at auction as well as through contracts. Right now, only some 20- percent of the flue-cured crop will be sold at auction.
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Still to come on the newscast, a coup has ended UN-successfully in the Philippines,
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and 50 years ago, the Korean conflict ended. We'll show you how both sides marked the anniversary.
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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up in just a few minutes, Lee Suggs is still absent from Browns training camp, but his former Hokie teammates with the Browns offer their advice on being a pro. Former Cav Terrence Wilkins finds a new home, and Lance Armstrong is the toast of the Tour de France. We're going round and round in sports.))

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A failed political coup is over in the Philippines.
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Nearly 300 rebel soldiers surrendered today and gave up their occupation of a downtown Manila building complex. A visibly pleased President Gloria Arroyo (uh-ROY-oh) made the announcement.
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((PRESIDENT GLORIA ARROYO-296 SOLDIERS, INCLUDING 70 OFFICERS ARE STANDING DOWN AND RETURNING TO BARRACKS.))
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President Arroyo says the rebels will be treated in accordance with military law and will not be given special treatment. The rebels took 2 American and four Australian hostages at the height of the crisis, but they have been released. Arroyo says any civilians involved in the plot will be prosecuted.
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Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Korean War Armistice.
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On this day in 19-53, the guns quit firing on the Korean Peninsula. Deputy Defense Secretay Paul Wolfowitz visited the Korean War Memorial today along with hundreds other Americans as part of the commemorative ceremony.
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In South Korea, veterans and dignitaries gathered at the Demilitarized Zone border to remember the soldiers who were killed in the war.
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And in North Korea they celebrated the "Victory in the Great Fatherland Liberation War" and used the day to warn the U-S that the communist regime would retaliate if attacked. Gala military tributes were paid to its leader Kim Jong-il, whose father launched the Korean war that killed nearly 40-thousand American troops.
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In honor of those soldiers-- the U-S Postal Service released a commemorative stamp at 10 A-M--the same time the Armistice began. The stamp was dedicated by Robert F. Rider, a Korean War veteran and member of the Postal Service Board of Governors.

The stamp features a picture of the Korean War Memorial.
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[Feedback]


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Our view mail touched on a variety of topics this week.
Joe McKean has more in this week's Feedback.
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((The pictures of the remains of Saddam Hussein's sons showed up, unedited at first, on all of the cable news channels last week.
The CBS coverage left it up to its affiliates to decide whether to show the graphic video; News-7 decided not to, a judgment endorsed by one viewer from Roanoke (Sandy Okerman): "Thank you for choosing not to air the photos of Saddam's sons...very personal and disturbing photographs...It is not necessary to stoop so low to report a story."
Another viewer (Angela Richardson/Roanoke) weighed in on the controversy over Roanoke police officer Butch Lewis's efforts to return to his job at Patrick Henry High School.
"I stand behind the resource officer who is fighting for his job 100%. I know personally that Roanoke City Schools don't report everything they should...(The school system) has a lot of cleaning up to do. It's the responsibility of the school staff to do so, not to encourage violent behavior. I sincerely hope that the officer gets his job back. The students who go to school to learn need someone on their side."
A rally by the union representing hundreds of workers at the Goodyear plant in Danville as they continue to work without a contract brought a critical letter from Hot Springs (John Bogan):
"I am sorry if anyone loses his or her job. The union cannot blame anyone but itself for jobs going South and North. The unions have gotten companies to pay the employees too much...I blame none but the unions for the shape the country is in now. They have priced themselves out of the market. They can blame none but themselves for it. If they keep wanting more and more there will be other companies going elsewhere looking for workers."
News-7 welcomes your thoughts about our news coverage. Send them to us by regular mail...fax...or email.
Joe McKean, News-7.))




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Still ahead on NEWS 7 at eleven, not all castles made of sand slip into the sea...
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and also, in a nationwide contest, the only fuel for these dragsters was gravity.
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[Hip-top]


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A new device that's about the size of a bar of soap is making a big splash in the technology industry.
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The Hip-top is made by Danger, Incorporated. It has full e-mail capability, a digital camera and also serves as a cell phone. It also includes a calendar, to- do list, and address book that can be accessed using a full key board. The complete package costs about 350- dollars.
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((SAM HAMPTON/SUNCOM: WITH THE HIGH TECH PHONES GOING IN THE 100 TO 200 DOLLAR RANGE YOU KNOW FOR AN EXTRA 150 DOLLARS TO GET A GOOD DEVICE THAT HAS A FULL WEB BROWSER, THAT HAS AN AOL INSTANT MESSAGING. THAT'S A REALLY POWERFUL APPLICATION. THERE'S A LOT OF PEOPLE THAT LIKE TO CHAT.))
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Hampton says the Hip-top keeps you from having to carry multiple devices along with their chargers everywhere you go.
For now, the Hip-top is only available through SunCom stores.


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Exactly what is a picture sleeve, you might ask. It's the little envelope that the old 45 records came in-- a promotion for D-J's and a marketing ploy for teenagers. Steve Karlin has more on one man's extensive collection.
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((Down in special room in Don McLaughlin's basement in Clive.. in a corner closet.. sits a very special collection.
(DON MCLAUGHLIN/PICTURE SLEEVE COLLECTOR "I STARTED IN 1979 OFFICIALLY COLLECTING PICTURE SLEEVES, WHEN I GOT MY FIRST

2 IN A TRADE.") And after 24 years of making the rounds at record shows, garage sales and flea markets...
(DON MCLAUGHLIN/RECORD SLEEVE COLLECTOR "THE 45 REALLY STARTED TAKING OVER IN 56.")

McLaughlin has put together one of the most picture perfect collections...
(DON MCLAUGHLIN/RECORD SLEEVE COLLECTOR "THE CDS PUSHED 45S OUT SOMEWHERE ABOUT 90, 91.")

... of U-S released 45 rpm record picture sleeves in the country.
(DON MCLAUGHLIN/RECORD SLEEVE COLLECTOR "I WOULD SAY IT'S ONE OF THE LARGEST.") (DON MCLAUGHLIN/RECORD SLEEVE COLLECTO

R "I'M NOT PICKY. I WILL TAKE THE SMALL TOWN POLK BAND, I WILL TAKE THE CHILDREN'S RECORDS, I WILL TAKE BIG HITS.") (STEVE KARLIN CLIVE "MCLAUGHLIN HAS NO FEWER THAN 12-THOUSAND SLEEVES IN HIS COLLECTION... SO WHAT HE'S SHOWN US BARELY SCRATCHES THE SURFACE.") They're special because not every 45 rpm record was packaged in a picture sleeve.
(DON MCLAUGHLIN/RECORD SLEEVE COLLECTOR "MOST OF THEM COME IN A PLAIN JACKET, USUALLY BROWN OR WHITE, WITH A HOLE CUT A

WAY SO YOU COULD SEE THE LABEL.") People do bad things to paper...
(DON MCLAUGHLIN/PICTURE SLEEVE COLLECTOR "90% OF ALL PICTURE SLEEVES ARE REALLY WORTH ONE TO 3 DOLLARS.")

... and what makes McLaughlin's collection so valuable is that many are extremely rare... and they survived when many just like them were cut up, written on, or thrown away.
(DON MCLAUGHLIN/PICTURE SLEEVE COLLECTOR "I KNOW OF SLEEVES THAT HAVE SOLD FOR AS MUCH AS 15-HUNDRED DOLLARS.")

But what really pulls Don McLaughlin to picture sleeves... is that, to him, they are pretty as a picture. Steve Karlin for CBS News. ))


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The 64th Aquatennial celebration in Minneapolis came to an end today...
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but not before the traditional sand castle competition and milk carton boat races. Sand castles took over one beach with competitors divided into three categories. One for families and children, one for creative people, and another for skilled artists. Boats built completely of milk cartons took to the water after the sand castle competion. Some were simple, built for speed--like this one that won--and others were elaborate, built to look like rubber duckies.
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Coming up, the Tour de France is another victory tour for Lance Armstrong, Ryan Newman shows the way to victory lane in the Poconos, and three former Hokies offer Lee Suggs advice on the NFL, but first tonight's extra point,
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the Carolina Panthers have signed former Virginia Cavalier Terrence Wilkins. In four NFL seasons with both the Colts and Rams, Wilkins has 124 receptions and seven touchdown catches to go with three TD's on kick returns.
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Ryan Newman isn't the most outspoken driver on the Winston Cup circuit, but he does plenty of talking on the track behind the wheel of the Alltell Dodge. Newman is the first four time winner this season after taking the checkered flag in yesterday's Pennnsylvania 500.
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Ricky Rudd was honored for making his 700th consecutive start, but it was not one to remember as Rudd retired early with a broken oil pump.
Late in the race, Jeff Gordon gets a nudge from Dave Blaney and ends up in the wall. The 24 finished in 36th position. It was also a tough afternoon for Joe Gibbs Racing. First, Tony Stewart blows up and then later, his teammate Bobby Labonte goes up in smoke.
Newman started on the pole and led 88 laps on the day, holding off Kurt Busch for his 4th win in the last 14 races.

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In another, much longer race, American Lance Armstrong gutted out his 5th straight Tour de France victory today. Armstrong and Miguel Indurain are the only two cyclists to ever accomplish the feat.
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The 20th stage was a largely ceremonial ride through the streets of Paris and past several distinguished landmarks. The final margin over second place Jan Ullrich was one minute and one second. Armstrong overcame illness, fatigue and several challengers including Ullrich to post his historic win.
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[S-Lee]


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The Cleveland Browns enter their fourth day of training camp on Monday, and Roanoke's Lee Suggs has still not reached a contract agreement with the club. This much is for sure. When Suggs does report to camp, he'll see plenty of familiar faces who are willing to offer him a little advice on being a pro.
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Mike Stevens will profile Taylor, Davis and Beasley this coming week on News 7 at six and 11.


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Peter Jacobsen has become the PGA Tour's funny man, with a long line of imitations. But this weekend he imitated a winner in leading wire to wire at the Greater Hartford Open.
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[SUPER=03-Cromwell, CT/Greater Hartford Open; :00]


Jacobsen, who hadn't won on Tour since 1995, fired a final round 3-under 67 to finish at 14-under, two shots better than Chris Riley. Jacobsen won the same tournament back in 1984.
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At the Senior British Open, Tom Watson knocked down a par on the second playoff hole to outlast Carl Mason at Turnberry, the site of his 1977 Open Championship.
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There was a celebration in Salem today in honor of the 2003 Girls State Soccer Champions from Salem High School.
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[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


The Spartans took home the trophy this year, after just missing out in the 2002 season losing in the state semis.


Salem Mayor Sonny Tarpley spoke at the reception, along with Spartan Coach Josh Jones who says that the city truly is the city of champions.
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[SUPER=01-Josh Jones/Salem Girls Soccer Coach; :03 QUICK!!]
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[OUT Q=....just great"]
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[Soap-Derby]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[NEWSCAST=11]
[WRITER=dgr]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


It was all down hill for some young racers in Akron Ohio.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Akron, OH;]

A record number of kids showed up for the 66th All-American Soap Box Derby. Seven hours of gravity induced racing had winners from all over the country. The winners from the three divisions were from New York, Chicago, and Pennsylvania. (------------) Ages of the racers ranged from 9 to sixteen years old.