10/09/06

News 7 at Noon




HEADLINE #1 HEADLINE #1 (:01 of head pad--shot of


Bush and file of nuclear plant on
server)

CAPTION: Nuclear Reaction

President Bush, and other world
leaders, respond to North Korea's claim
it's conducted its first nuclear test.
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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2




CAPTION: Warming Up

We're warming up through Wednesday but
cooling down for the weekend. I'll show
you why.


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HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: Lettuce Recall

Plus another product is being recalled.
This time it's Lettuce being recalled
in some Western states.
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GRAPHIC=News 7 at Noon Good afternoon, I'm Kimberly McBroom.



<< *CG standup Kimberly McBroom
kmcbroom@wdbj7.com


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GRAPHIC=North Korea The international community is


wasting no time reacting to news today
that North Korea has set off its first

nuclear test.

ENG#=1 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG file File Tape

Despite worldwide condemnation,
South Korea is reporting possible signs
that North Korea is moving to conduct
even more nuclear tests.

North Korea's official news agency
said the test was performed
successfully, and there's been no
radioactive leakage from the site.

The North is believed to have enough
radioactive material for about a half-
dozen bombs.

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GRAPHIC=Hold North Korea President Bush was notified about a


half- hour after the nuclear test
reportedly occurred last night.

He says just the fact North Korea
claims to have conducted the test poses
a threat to global peace and security.

Today the U- S ambassador called
for U- N sanctions on North Korea,

curbing the trade in materials used in
weapons of mass destruction, as well as
illicit financial activities.

NEW YORK DOUBLE BOXES=Kimberly/Drew DOUBLE BOXES


NEWSPATH Drew Levinson is outside the U- N,
and joins us now with the latest.

LIVE=NEWSPATH (LIVE FULL)

*CG live Drew Levinson
Reporting
New York, NY



ENG#=2 for the backup (SOT FULL)



SOT FULL



INQ=North Korea calls




*CG 2line Pak Gil Yon
North Korean Ambassador to the U. N.
*CG liveloc New York, NY



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OQ=back to you <<





North Korea calls it "a great leap
forward."







Sot: Pak Gil Yon/North Korean
ambassador to the UN


"I am very much proud of our scientists
and researchers have conducted

such a successful nuclear underground
test."





Reaction to North Korea's reported
nuclear test came quickly.

Sot: President Bush

"Such a claim constitutes a threat to
international peace security. The

U-S condemns this provocative act."



Similar condemnations have also come
from Japan, Britain and Australia.

Even China, usually a staunch ally of
North Korea, has strongly

criticized the test.



(LEVINSON BRIDGE/United Nations)

THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY IS NOW
TURNING ITS FOCUS TO THE UNITED

NATIIONS�.CALLING ON THAT BODY TO TAKE
DECISIVE ACTION AGAINST NORTH

KOREA.





The U -N is moving quickly... the
recent developments are on the


agenda of an emergency Security Council
meeting.



Sot: John Bolton/U.S. Ambassador to
U.N.

"We think it is important to respond to
even a claim of a nuclear test."



Just two days ago, the international
organization warned North Korea

not to go through with any tests.
Sanctions have already been imposed

and now there�s the possibility of
even tougher penalties against the

impoverished nation.

As for the test itself, there are
conflicting reports just how powerful

it was. Some experts say the blast was
far smaller than bombs the U-S

dropped on Japan during World War II.
But no matter how potent it

was.the test sends a clear message to
the world.. that North Korea is

intent on building atomic weapons.

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GRAPHIC=Fire Roanoke firefighters responded to


a house fire on Harrison Avenue late
this morning. No one was injured, but
the home did suffer heavy damage.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

The call came in around 11
o'clock, and firefighters quickly
brought the fire under control.

They searched the home in the 600
block of Harrison Avenue, and they
believe no one was home.

A fire department spokesman says
the smoke and flames caused
siginificant damage. There's no word
yet on the cause.

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GRAPHIC=Product Recall First, it was spinach-- now it's


LETTUCE.

There's a recall of a popular brand
of lettuce under way in seven Western
states, because of new concerns about
E-coli contamination.


Don Knapp has more on that.

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INQ=It was a four- day harvest




*CG locator Salinas Valley, CA
:15 QUICK


*CG 2line Bob Nunes, Jr.
The Nunes Company
:30


*CG file File Tape
:46


*CG standup Don Knapp
Reporting
1:33



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OQ=Don Knapp, for CBS News. < (END SOT) PRODUCED 85-HUNDRED CARTONS OF GREEN


LEAF LETTUCE....

ALL FROM ONE SALINAS VALLEY FIELD THAT
WAS IRRIGATED WITH A TEMPORARY, AND
APPARENTLY CONTAMINATED, WATER SOURCE.

NONE OF THE LETTUCE IS BELIEVED TO HAVE
REACHED THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA.

THE COMPANY - NUNES, INCORPORATED -

PRODUCERS OF FOXY BRAND FRESH
VEGETABLES, INITIATED THE VOLUNTARY
RECALL AFTER FINDING HIGH LEVELS OF
BACTERIA IN WATER SAMPLES, AND
CONFERRING WITH THE F-D-A.



BOB NUNES JR.

THE NUNES COMPANY



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21 16 48

"We did some testing from a seconary
water source and found some generic
E-Coli, we have no evidence at this
time, that there is anything on the
product..but we're just playing it
safe."



MORE WATER AND PRODUCT SAMPLES WERE
TAKEN TO A LAB, SUNDAY EVENING.

THERE HAVE BEEN NO REPORTS OF ANYONE
GETTING SICK.



(SPINACH RECALL FILE)

BUT STILL ANOTHER PRODUCE RECALL, AFTER
CONTAMINATED SPINACH WAS LINKED TO
NEARLY 200 WHO BECAME SICK.. AND THREE
WHO DIED..

...IS LIKELY TO BE PAINFULLY EXPENSIVE

NOT ONLY FOR THE PRODUCE COMPANY, BUT
SALINAS VALLEY GROWERS AS WELL.



MOS



"We're known as the salad bowl, of the
world, kind of thing, and to have this,
it's a little embarassing..."



LATE SUNDAY PRESIDENT TOM NUNES, JR.,
TOLD CBS-5, THEY HAD NO CHOICE BUT TO
RECALL THE LETTUCE, AND TAKE THE HIT.



by phone graphic



SOT



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OUTQ:...getting somebody sick"



" "

"Food safety is 1 at this company and
we don't want anybody sick n our
products. We'd rather make a mistake
and be overly careful than getting
somebody sick."

In San Francisco, I'm Don Knapp, for
CBS news.








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GRAPHIC=Iraq Meanwhile, Iraqi authorities have


arrested the head of a mess hall where
at least 350 Iraqi police officers
suffered food poisoning.

ENG#=1 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq

The authorities are investigating
whether the poisonings were

intentional.

As many as 400 policemen got sick
after eating a meal yesterday

that breaks the daily sunrise -to-
sunset fast during Ramadan.

One official had said 11- policemen
died, but a spokesman for

the Iraqi military denies it.

He says no one died, and only four
were admitted to a hospital.

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GRAPHIC=Murder Investigation Authorities in Montgomery County


say a son killed his father.
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A passerby found the body of
55-year-old William Reed Songer Senior,
around 10 yesterday morning.

The body was found lying in some
weeds along the 15-hundred block of
Merrimac Road.

Investigators say Songer had been
shot to death.

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KIMBERLY ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

SS=HOLD With the help of the Giles County


Sheriff's office, deputies arrested 26
year old William Reed Songer Junior of
Blacksburg.

He's charged with murder, and is
being held at the Montgomery County
jail without bond.

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HARD MUSIC UNDER Up after the break, we'll tell you
where you can find some really big
pumpkins.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease Interstate Options

But first, this week promises to be an

important one for the future of
Interstate 81.


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GRAPHIC=I-81 This WEEK will be a BIG one for


the future of Interstate 81.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.
File Tape On Wednesday, the Commonwealth
Transportation Board will meet at the
Hotel Roanoke to pick a plan to fix the
interstate.

One of the options is to scrap the
Star Solutions idea, and instead add
strategic truck climbing lanes, as well

as improving safety at some
interchanges-- including one in
Roanoke.

V-DOT realizes not everyone can
make the meeting in person, so the
state is offering an alternative.

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INQ=For folks that can't




*CG 2line Chuck Lionberger
V-Dot Spokesperson 3:04:31 CHUCK LIONBERGER/V-DOT
SPOKESPERSON: FOR FOLKS THAT CAN'T COME
TO HOTEL ROANOKE AT ONE, WE'RE ALSO
PROVIDING SOME OPPORTUNITIES FOR THEM
TO JOIN THE MEETING BY VIDEO
CONFERENCE. WE'RE HAVING CONFERENCE
LOCATIONS AT THE HARRISONBURG
RESIDENCE. THE BRISTOL DISTRICT
COMPLEX, AND ALSO HERE AT THE SALEM
DISTRICT COMPLEX.

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OQ=Salem District Complex





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Of course, if you can NOT go to
the meeting or contribute through video
conference, you can always just watch
News 7.


We'll have the decision and
reaction Wednesday night.

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GRAPHIC=none Southwest Virginia has had its


share of wildfires this year.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Patrick Co.
April 2006
:


*CG locator Bedford Co.
March 2006 In April, the Bull Mountain Fire :10 in Patrick County burned more than 3
thousand acres, destroyed 3 homes and
caused nearly a half-million dollars in
damage.

Also, in March, The Quarry Fire
in Bedford County ravaged more than
12-hundred acres.

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GRAPHIC=None So what can folks do prevent


these types of fires?

Aleesha Chaney talked with
forestry oficials to find out.

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INQ=




*CG locator Roanoke Co.
:00




*CG 2line Chris Thomsen
Virginia Department of Forestry
:15


*CG locator Bedford Co.
March 2006
:24


*CG standup Aleesha Chaney
achaney@wdbj7.com
:48



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OQ=Aleesha Chaney, News 7, Roanoke


County. < the right mix of weather conditions,
and the Virginia Department of Forestry
says you are asking for a wildland
fire. While the weather has shifted in
the past few days, all that could
quickly change.

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INQ= 03:05:30-:39



IT ONLY TAKES A WEEK OR TWO OF DRYNESS
AND SOME WARM TEMPERATURES AND HIGH
WINDS TO DRY OUT THESE LEAVES AND GET
THEM CRISPY AGAIN AND THEN A PERSON IN
THE FOREST BEING CARELESS.

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OQ= In fact, 98% of wild fires are


triggered by people. The department
says that means 98% are preventable
with the right precautions. Chris
Thomsen suggests as leaves fall, people
attempting to burn them should to be
prepared.

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INQ= 03:01:32-:42



IF YOU ARE GOING TO BURN A PILE LIKE
THIS HAVE YOUR HAND TOOLS HAVE WATER
AND CHECK YOUR WEATHR CONDITIONS SO A
WIND GUST DOESN'T COME UP, PICK UP THE

LEAVES, BLOW THEM IN THE WOOD AND START
A FIRE THAT YOU CAN'T HANDLE.

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OQ=





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INQ= STANDUP 03:16:52/ 03:17:51:-02



ONE COMMON MISTAKE THAT PEOPLE MAKE IS
THAT THEY OVER-FILL THEIR BURN BARREL
AND THAT CAN EASILY SPARK A WILDLAND
FIRE. INSTEAD THEY SHOULD REMOVE SOME
OF THAT DEBRIS, COVER IT WITH A SCREEN
AND WEIGHT IT DOWN WITH A HEAVY OBJECT.


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OQ=





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INQ= 03:13:42 - 52



THAT SPARK THAT ASH SITS IN THE BARREL
FOR SEVERAL DAYS. A GUST OF WIND
COMES, IT LIFTS THAT SPARK OUT OF THAT
BARREL. PUTS IT INTO THE WOODS AND
AGAIN CREATES A FOREST FIRE.

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OQ= Thomsen also stresses when disposing of


ashes from wood stoves, people need to
put them in a metal bucket to cool them
down. Allow them to set several days,

then scatter the ashes and cover with
water or soil.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= 03:02:58-:07



THIS IS WHAT CAUSED THE QUARRY FIRE
OVER THERE IN BEDFORD COUNTY EARLIER
THIS YEAR, JUST HOT ASHES. PEOPLE DO
NOT REALIZE THAT THEY CAN CONTAIN HEAT
FOR AS LONG AS THEY DO.

By taking that extra time, you can help
avoid a costly mistake. Aleesha Chaney,
News 7, Roanoke County. >>

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GRAPHIC=None If you're still in search of the


Great Pumpkin, just take a trip up to
Rhode Island.

ENG#=1 (VO-NAT)
VO-NAT




*CG locator Warren, RI

The nation's largest pumpkin was
showcased this weekend at the 13th
annual Rhode Island Southern New
England Giant Pumpkin Growers

Championship.

Rhode Island farmer Ron Wallace
broke the record for the world's
largest pumpkin, weighing in at 15
hundred and two pounds.

The old record stood at 14- hundred-
69 pounds.

Wallace says the key to his oversized
pumpkin is paying close attention to
his harvest, from April to October.

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If you are looking for some good
information on how to carve your Great
Pumpkin...head over to WDBJ-7-dot-com
and clink on websites in the news.

There you will find some good
suggestions for your Halloween
Jack-O-Lantern.
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On Wall Street at Noon, the DOW was
DOWN ten points. The NASDAQ has gained

eight.
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SOFT MUSIC UNDER There's more news 7 at noon to come.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease Eva Longoria

After the break, we'll hear from a
Desparate Housewife whose personal life
is getting as much attention as her
career.


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GRAPHIC=None Actress Eva Longoria made news recently


when she announced she was splitting up
with her basketball star- boyfriend
Tony Parker.



Manuel Gallegus sat down with Longoria
to talk about her upcoming movie. and
how different her life is now that she
is under the public microscope.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
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INQ=




*CG locator Los Angeles, CA
:00


*CG 2line Eva Longoria
Actress
:26



RUNS=1:26 (END SOT)



OQ=CBS NEWS Los Angles. <<



(END SOT) EVA LONGORIA GETTING THE STAR TREATMENT


IN L.A. ON THE SET OF HER

UPCOMING MOVIE, �HOW I MET MY
BOYFRIEND�S DEAD FIANCE.�


THE 31 YEAR OLD ACTRESS PLAYS KATE, A
GHOST HAUNTING HER BOYFRIEND�S NEW

LOVE (PLAYED BY LAKE BELL.)







-NAT SOT- dialogue from behind the


scenes







THE MAKE-BELIEVE WORLD OF HOLLYWOOD IS
A LONG WAY FROM LONGORIA�S MODEST

CHILDHOOD (as the youngest of four
sisters) IN CORPUS CHRISTI TEXAS.







-SOT-EVA LONGORIA, 16;30 :11





I didn�t grow up with celebrity. We
didn�t go to the movies because we

really didn�t have the money- I think
the first movie I saw I was maybe

15 and it was Rambo�dollar night at the
cinema.








-NAT SOT-ACTING IN THE FILM









NOW�S IT�S LONGORIA TRYING TO MAKE IT
ON THE BIG SCREEN�SHE�S ALREADY

HUGE ON TV, AND IN MAGAZINES�A GOOGLE
SEARCH OF HER NAME TURNED UP

16-MILLION HITS�THERE SEEMS TO BE A
FASCINATION WITH WHATEVER SHE�S

DOING.







-SOT- EVA LONGORIA, 22;16;00 :11





��especially this hunger there is out
there for gossip and pictures and

photos �the bounty of paparazzi, it�s a
little crazy and insane.�







RECENTLY THE BUZZ WAS OVER HER BREAK-UP
WITH BASKETBALL STAR TONY PARKER�







-SOT-EVA LONGORIA






He�s great�doing great. 20:04 :06







JUST LAST WEEK SHE SAID EVERYTHING WAS
GREAT WITH THE TWO�







PERHAPS AT THAT MOMENT IT WAS, BUT
LONGORIA IS LEARNING TO BE CAREFUL

ABOUT WHAT SHE SAYS�AS SHE LIVES HER
DREAM�







-SOT- EVA LONGORIA





I pretend to be other people for money,
it really is a crazy life. ;08







�AND NOW A VERY PUBLIC ONE�







MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS HOLLYWOOD.>>

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SPORTS MUSIC UNDER It puts a whole new spin on the
term "the old ball and chain."

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG tease Marriage Obstacles

Coming up we'll take a look at a
competition that forces husbands and
wives to stick together for better or
worse.
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GRAPHIC=NFL San Diego hosted the defending


Super Bowl champions last night.


ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator San Diego, CA
NBC Philip Rivers threw two
touchdown passes, including a 22-yarder
to All- Pro tight end Antonio Gates
midway through the third quarter.

That lifted the Chargers past the
Pittsburgh Steelers, 23-to-13.

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GRAPHIC=Redskins Week Five in the NFL found the


Redskins in the Meadowlands to face the
Giants.

The Skins had posted 67 points
over the last two weeks, but yesterday
the points were tough to come by.

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*CG locator East Rutherford, NJ
Fox Sports Tiki Barber didn't find the :00 endzone yesterday for the G-Men. but he
helped the Giants offense with 123
rushing yards and another 16 receiving.


The Redskins could only muster
164 total yards yesterday, and Mark
Brunell was sacked three times. *CG final Washington
3 Eli Manning accounted for the N.Y. Giants game's only T- D, hitting Plaxico 19 Burress from 2 yards out.

The Giants won it 19 to 3.

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GRAPHIC=TALLADEGA Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is a five time
ENG#=4 Talladega race winner.



He was in position for number 6
yesterday in the UAW- Ford 500, but
wound up 23rd after a final lap crash.

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*CG locator Talladega, AL
NBC Sports Earnhardt went a lap down just :00 past the halfway point thanks to a flat
left front tire, but he would get his
lap back and be a factor.

With just 50 laps to go, the
dreaded big one occurred when Casey
Mears got turned around at close to 200
miles an hour.

The melee involved 10 cars,

including those of three Chasers, Jeff
Gordon, Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin.

It was on again just 18 laps from
the finish, as David Stremme tagged J-
J Yeley.

Tony Stewart and Paul Menard were
also collected.

Junior fought all the way back
and led as the laps wound down.

But as he tried to hold off the
Hendrick cars of Jimmie Johnson and
Brian Vickers, the 25 and 48 got
together and Johnson tagged Earnhardt
with half a lap to go.

Vickers drove right past them
both and took the checkered flag for
his first career win in controversial
fashion.

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ENG#=




*CG 2line Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Finished 23rd
:00
*CG 2line Jimmie Johnson
Finished 24th
:15



*CG 2line Brian Vickers
First Career Win
:27



RUNS=44 (END SOT)



OQ=it wasn't intentional." (TAKE BOARDS)<<

*CG nascar1 UAW-Ford 500
1. Brian Vickers


2. Kasey Kahne


3. Kurt Busch


4. Matt Kenseth


5. Martin Truex, Jr.


*CG nascar1 UAW-Ford 500
6. Kevin Harvick


7. Jeff Green


8. Bobby Labonte


9. Mark Martin


10. Carl Edwards



RUNS=10




OUTCUE=last score."





>> TAKE BOARDS

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ANCHOR ON CAM KIMBERLY ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None It's doubtful any of THESE


husbands were telling their wives to
get off their backs yesterday...

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*CG locator Newry, ME

That's because they braved a tough
obstacle course in the seventh annual
North American Wife Carrying
Championship near Portland, Maine.

Former Olympic cross- country skier
John Farra, wearing number four, won
the championship by carrying his wife
through the water trough and log
hurdles.

His first- place finish earned him

and his 110- pound wife her weight in
beer, and five times her weight in
cash-- amounting to 550 dollars.

Farra will next test his strength in
the world championships next July in
Finland.

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