12:00-01

NOON-HEADLINES

TALENT=Melanie
SS=None
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The white house defends the first lady's "brainstorming" sessions with a spiritual advisor.
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And V-M-I awaits a possible mid week decision by the Supreme Court concerning it's all male admissions policy.
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TALENT=Beth
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We've had lots of sunshine this morning... but expect some thunderstorms this afternoon with highs in the upper 80's. I'll tell you more about it in a few minutes.
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ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=None


Don't go away, News 7 at Noon is next.

HILLARY-BOOK


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=am
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=clinton, hillary


Washington D-C is a city eager for reading material today.
Republicans are pressing the White House to turn over more documents in both the travel office firings and the F-B-I background files.
And then, there's the new book by Watergate reporter Bob Woodward which tells of conversations the First Lady allegedly had with long departed personalities.
Sharyl Attkisson reports on the first family's new age, damage control.
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IN Q=The White House
SUPER=03-Washington DC; :00
SUPER=01-Leon Panetta/White House Chief of Staff; :13
SUPER=04-February 21, 1993; :27
SUPER=01-Jack Quinn/White House Counsel; 1:33
SUPER=01-Rep. William Clinger/(R) Pennsylvania; 1;51
SUPER=01-Sharyl Attkisson/Reporting; 2:01
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(( The White House confirmed the first lady has sought advice from psychic researcher Jean Houston...and that she's even held imaginary conversations with the late Eleanor Roosevelt and Hindu leader Mahatma Ghandi. LEON PANETTA/ WHITE HOUSE CHIEF OF STAFF:THE FIRST LADY IS A HUMAN BEING LIKE EVERYBODY ELSE. SHE SEEKS OUT GUIDANCE FROM HER FRIENDS FROM ADVISERS FROM OTHERS. SHE SEEKS OUT INFORMATION, EXPERIENCES TO TRY TO HELP STRENGTHEN HER. I CAN'T TELL YOU HOW MANY HAIL MARY'S I'VE SAID."
Mrs. Clinton's spokesman says this is nothing new. In fact, at a dinner in 1993 the First Lady spoke openly of her morale boosting talks. FEBRUARY 21, 1993 HILLARY CLINTON:I THOUGHT ABOUT ALL OF THE CONVERSATIONS THAT I'VE HAD IN MY HEAD WITH MRS. ROOSEVELT THIS YEAR, ONE OF THE SAVING GRACES THAT I'VE HUNG ONTO FOR DEAR LIFE."
The President also consulted with Houston and a host of other bestselling motivational authors--according to journalist Bob Woodward. In his new book, he said it was a sort of emotional therapy for the Clintons after the Democrats lost control of congress in 1994.
THOSE difficult times may be dwarfed by the turmoil consuming the first couple as the election nears.
The White House faces a showdown this week over two thousand documents..that White House counsel Jack Quinn is refusing to hand over to Congress for its travel office investigation. Quinn ducked reporters' questions yesterday and earlier failed to give a firm answer as to whether the documents will be released.
THIS WEEK WITH DAVID BRINKLEY JACK QUINN WHITE HOUSE COUNSEL "WHAT I AM TELLING YOU IS THAT WE MUST FIND A WAY TO ACCOMODATE THE INTERESTS OF BOTH THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH AND THE LEGISLATIVE BRANCH."
The White House is withholding the materials under executive privilege. William Clinger heads the congressional committee seeking the documents. COURTESY: MEET THE PRESS REP. WILLIAM CLINGER R-PENNSYLVANIA: WE'VE HAD NOTHING BUT STONEWALLING REALLY ALL ALONG, THEY'VE BEEN RELUCTANT TO COME FORWARD WITH THE DOCUMENTS, OR INDEED THE WITNESSES, THAT WE NEED IN ORDER TO CONCLUDE THIS INVESTIGATION.
Clinger says he'll move ahead with contempt of congress proceedings against the white house if the documents aren't handed over in the next few days. The matter could then be referred to the whitewater independent counsel--yet another item in the ever-widening scope of his investigation. Sharyl Attkisson, CBS News, The White House.))


scotus-Clinton


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=amo
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=Clinton


Meantime President Clinton has one less controversy to deal with this election year.
SS=Supreme Court


The Supreme Court today agreed to decide if a sex harassment lawsuit against Clinton should be delayed as long as he's in office.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=04-February 11, 1994;


The move puts the claim by former Arkansas state worker Paula Corbin Jones on hold until sometime this fall or winter.
Jones alleges Clinton propositioned her while he was governor of Arkansas.
Clinton has denied it and argues he should be immune from private lawsuits as long as he's in office, because of his unique responsibilities.
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VMI-Beyer


ANCHOR=Melanien
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=ssm
TAPE# 96-51
GRAPHIC=Supreme Court


There are two days left for the Supreme Court to issue it's opinion on
SS=VMI

Virginia Military Institute's male-only policy.
The high court could release its ruling either Wednesday or Friday of this week.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lexington/File Tape;


The battle over V-M-I's single- sex admissions policy has been going on since 1989.
The state- supported school created a satellite program for female cadets at nearby Mary Baldwin College in Staunton.
State officials say they're ready to abide by the court's decision.
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SOT 10:10:06
IN Q=I think we'll

((LT. GOV. DON BEYER: I THINK WE'LL JUST WAIT AND SEE WHAT THEY SAY. I HAVE SUPPORTED V-M-I AND SUPPORTED THE MARY BALDWIN PROGRAM, BUT I'M ALSO READY TO OBEY THE LAW, WHATEVER THE SUPREME COURT DECIDES THAT IS.))
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V-M-I has barred women for more than 150 years.
Mary Baldwin is a private school that set up a military program for women called V-Wil as an alternative to V-M-I.
SUPER=03-Staunton/File Tape;


A lower court ruled that was acceptable, but the Justice Department carried the case to the Supreme Court.
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gammon


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=amo
TAPE#96-44 from 95-95
GRAPHIC=gavel scales


A 17-year old boy faces up to three life terms in prison for murdering his father and shooting his step-mother.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=04-File Tape;


Christopher Lee Gammon plead no contest this morning to charges including first degree murder, aggravated malicious wounding and robbery.
His older half-brother William Spencer Gammon is scheduled to be tried for captial murder in October.
The brothers are accused of gunning down Gary and Rebecca Gammon in their Carroll County home October 31, 1994.
Rebecca Gammon is still wheelchair bound as a result of her injuries.
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ARAB-SUMMIT


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#NET
GRAPHIC=Christopher;


Secretary of State Warren Christopher is on his way to Jerusalem for a meeting tomorrow with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
At the forefront of their talks is likely to be the land for peace issue.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Cairo, Egypt;


Over the weekend Arab leaders held a summit and called on Israel to give up more land or risk a halt to the peace process.
Netanyahu, in turn, accused the Arabs of making demands that could threaten Israel's security.
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4:20:58
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(( BENJAMIN NETANYAHU/ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER:PEACE PROCESS CAN NOT BE MADE HOSTAGE TO AN PROIR CONDITIONS. PEACE TALKS HAVE TO BE BASE ON SECURITY OF ISRAEL AND FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN THE REGION. ))
SUPER=01-Benjamin Netanyahu/Israeli Prime Minister;
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OUT Q= IN THE REGION.
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VO-NAT


The talks between Christopher and Netanyahu also will set the stage for next month's visit to the U-S by the new Israeli prime minister.
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GE-Pensions


ANCHOR=mel
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-43
GRAPHIC=GE


Some former General Electric workers are feeling powerless.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Salem;


This morning about two dozen people turned out for a demonstration at the G-E Plant in Salem.... one of 50 taking place across the country.
They believe the company is holding back when it comes to pension payments.
Retirees want a cost of living increase... something they haven't had in five years.
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SOT 9:45:44
IN Q=We're out

((JIM ROBERTSON/IUE RETIREES UNION: WE'RE OUT HERE TO LET THE PUBLIC AND GE KNOW THAT THE RETIREES ARE REALLY SUFFERING FOR BETTER PENSIONS. WE HAVEN'T HAD AN INCREASE SINCE 1991. COST OF LIVING HAS GONE UP 15 PERCENT. WE HAVE RETIREES ACTUALLY ELIGIBLE FOR FOOD STAMPS WE HAVE PENSIONS SO LOW.))
SUPER=01-Jim Robertson/IUE Retirees Union;
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=so low
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The retirees union knows its up against a tough fight.
Members don't pay dues... so their union is not recognized by General Electric.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=NONE


Still to come on News 7 at Noon,
Fierce wildfires throughout the west force thousands to evacuate,
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VO-NAT
meanwhile, in Minnesota, a house explosion kills two and injures several more.
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House-explodes


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=NONE
In Minnesota, two people are dead and four hospitalized after a house

exploded.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Cohasset, MN;


Firefighters say the house collapsed in on itself and the blast sent boards and broken glass flying.
When they arrived four people were trapped inside.
Investigators believe a faulty propane gas valve my have caused the explosion.
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WILDFIRES


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#,net
GRAPHIC=Wipe/wipe/wipe
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Gardnerville, NV;


Out west-- wildfires have chased thousands from their homes.
More than three-thousand people in Nevada were forced to evacuate as firefighters battle a blaze 60 miles south of Reno.
SUPER=03-Near Flagstaff, AZ;


Meantime, an Arizona blaze has forced a few hundred to evacuate.
Wildfires are also burning in Utah, California and New Mexico.
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Rockbridge-Bridge


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Noon
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-54
GRAPHIC=fLOODING AFTERMATH


It was just a year ago when heavy rain and flooding took a heavy toll on most of Virginia.
Rockbridge County was one of the hardest hit areas.
Denise Allen reports on one neighborhood where the water may have receded, but emotions are still running high.
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IN Q=This is a
SUPER=03-Rockbridge Co.; :00
SUPER=01-Tom Higgins/Rockbridge Co. Engineer; :11
SUPER=03-Rockbridge Co./September 1995; :21
SUPER=07-Daisy Hall; :36
SUPER=01-Thomas Spencer/Ramsey's Attorney; 1:14
SUPER=@Denise1; 1:23
RUNS=1:49
OUT Q=News 7

(( This is a tale of two bridges.
One in dis-repair.
The other an historic steel truss bridge transplanted from Collierstown to private property over the South River.
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SOT tape 1 11:27:44
IN Q=This is a

((TOM HIGGINS/ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY ENGINEER: THIS IS A ONE LANE BRIDGE THAT'S WHY THIS ONE WAS REPLACED SO A WIDER ONE COULD BE PUT IN AND THERE JUST AREN'T MANY OF THEM LEFT BECAUSE OF THE NATURE OF TRAFFIC TODAY.))
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OUT Q=OF TRAFFIC TODAY


Last year flood waters nearly washed away the bridge two families used to get to their homes.
The Ramseys and the Halls looked to the federal disaster authorities for financial aid.
A state representative told Daisy Hall to look for an out of service state bridge as a replacement.
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SOT tape 1 11:37:40
IN Q=that was his

((DAISY HALL: THAT WAS HIS SUGGESTION. THE BEST WAY FOR US TO GO IS FIND AN OLD VDOT BRIDGE SO THAT'S WHAT WE STARTED LOOKING INTO.))
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OUT Q=LOOKING INTO


Both the Halls and Ramseys received a federal grant to pay for a new bridge.
But the two families couldn't agree on how to spend the money and the Ramseys filed suit against the Halls.
The Ramsey's attorney says the trouble started before the flood.
He says this suit concerns well water rights and property right-of-way.
The Halls, with the help of three other property owners have put in this one lane bridge.
The Ramseys' attorney says his clients have been unable to build a bridge of their own.
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SOT tape 2 13:52:52
IN Q=that's what they've

((SPENCER/RAMSEY'S ATTORNEY: THAT'S WHAT THEY'VE BEEN TRYING TO DO SINCE FEBRUARY OF THIS YEAR. BUT EVERY MOVE THEY MAKE THEY GET STYMIED BY SOME ACTION TAKEN BY SOMEONE.))
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OUT Q=BY SOMEONE


The Hall's attorney says his clients have filed a counter suit to protect themselves.
He declined to talk on camera saying he hopes this matter can be resolved out of court.
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SOT 13:53:48
IN Q=IT WOULD BE

((THOMAS SPENCER: IT WOULD BE MY HOPE THAT THESE PEOPLE WOULD SIT DOWN AND TALK TO EACH OTHER AND FIGURE OUT A WAY TO LIVE NEXT DOOR AND A WAY TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE PUBLIC ROAD.))
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OUT Q=THE PUBLIC ROAD


As it stands now the muddy waters under these bridges won't be cleared until these two parties meet in court this September.
Denise Allen News 7.
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ADAPT


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=AM
WRITER=AMO
TAPE# from 96-9 or 96-3
GRAPHIC=VIRGINIA SEAL


Virginia's failed attempt to automate its welfare computer system could get a green light to resume next month.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=04-File Tape;


A state task force is expected to recommend to the General Assembly by July 15th whether the state should revive the computer project or start over.
So far, the state has spent about 20 million dollars trying to upgrade its complicated system.
Since the controversy, local social services directors have been left scrambling to learn and apply thousands of new welfare regulations withOUT a computer system.
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SOFT MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=NONE


When News 7 returns,
The curtain is going up on fundraising efforts at a historic theater in the Hill City.
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and a British punk rock band's first concert in almost 20 years is a blast.
We'll listen in when we come back.
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Radio


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-49
GRAPHIC=None


During natural disasters and even throughout the Gulf War, Ham radio operators have been used to help communications.
Every year, these HAMS, head to remote locations to practice their emergency communication skills.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bedford Co.;


for their Field Day.
The Roanoke Valley Amateur Radio Club set up their portable equipment Friday.
Competition began Saturday afternoon.
Club members had 24 hours to make as many contacts as possible with other clubs throughout the country.
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SOT
IN Q=it's the only

((DON ALDRIDGE.ROANOKE VALLEY AMATEUR RADIO CLUB: IT'S THE ONLY TIME WE REALLY GET OUT HERE AND SET UP A GENERATOR AND RUN CABLES AND SET UP PORTABLE ANTENNAE AND BRING OUT THE RIGS. NORMALLY WHEN WE OPERATE IT'S WITH LITTLE HAND HELD UNITS AT LOCAL EVENTS LIKE WALK-A-THONS AND SUCH.))
SUPER=01-Don Aldridge/Roanoke Valley Amateur Radio Club;
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=walk a thons and such
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The club making the most connections wins the contest.
Last year the Roanoke Valley club placed second in the state.
This year they believe they could've set a personal record-- by the end of the competition they expected to make more than two-thousand contacts.
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academy-Tour


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=am
WRITER=ssm
TAPE# 96-52
GRAPHIC=None


The stage is set for restoring the Academy of Music Theater in Lynchburg.
And now, one state legislator is lending his expertise.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Last Week;


State senator Steve Newman recently got his first real glimpse of the inside of the 90- year- old structure.
Newman says the Academy is a "gold mine" --and deserves support from across the state.
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SOT 10:42:35
IN Q=The state is

((SEN. STEVE NEWMAN/R- LYNCHBURG: THE STATE IS INTERESTED NOT ONLY IN THE ARTS BUT ALSO THE HISTORY AND PRESERVATION, SUSAN ALLEN CERTAINLY HAS BEEN TREMENDOUSLY INVOLVED IN THOSE THINGS, BUT ALSO OCCASIONALLY FINANCIALLY. YOU NEVER WANT TO PROMISE THOSE THINGS BUT WE'VE GOT SOME MONEY FOR D- DAY AND POPLAR FOREST AND OTHER THINGS AND IF EVER A STRUCTURE DESERVED SOME SUPPORT FROM ALL OF THE COMMUNITY, INCLUDING THE STATE, THIS PROBABLY WOULD QUALIFY.))
SUPER=01-Sen. Steve Newman/(R) Lynchburg; :00
RUNS=:21
OUT Q=probably would qualify.
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VO-NAT


A benefit magic show will be held at E.C. Glass High School Friday.
All proceeds will help with the renovation of the Academy theater.
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WEATHER
SUPER=300-85/72/SE-3/30.01/F/95/1952/51/1982;
SUPER=301-85/65/W-9/30.01/S/98/1914/48/1918;



Gas-Prices


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=am
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=NONE


The trip to the gas pump is getting less expensive.
A nationwide survey finds gas prices down a penny and a-half in the past two weeks.
That adds up to a drop of about three cents since gas prices peaked in late May.

Common-Sense


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#common sense
GRAPHIC=common sense


With the stocks and mutual funds hitting new highs all the time, a lot of people may be "pushing the envelope" when choosing their investments.
But you might want to think twice before making that risky move.
Here's Len Besthoff with Common Sense.
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SOT
IN Q=In this week's
SUPER=@Len1; :00
SUPER=01-George Brammer/A.G. Edwards; :20
RUNS=:46
OUT Q=back to the newsdesk.


((
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SOT COMMON SENSE TAPE 16:14:02
IN Q=In this week's edition

((In this week's edition of Common Sense, George Brammer with A-G Edwards will tell us about how you shouldn't make unreal expectations about your investments even though the market is doing so well right now.))
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OUT Q=so well right now.
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SOT 16:22:37
IN Q=Lately the

((GEORGE BRAMMER/A.G. EDWARDS: THE MARKET HAS BEEN EXTREMELY STRONG AND VERY ACTIVE AND WE'VE SEEN SOME STOCKS COME TO MARKET AT TEN DOLLARS A SHARE AND THE NEXT DAY BE UP 20, 30, 40 PERCENT. THAT'S UNREALISTIC TO EXPECT ON A REGULAR BASIS. IF YOU CAN INVEST YOUR MONEY FOR THE LONG TERM AND GET A RETURN OF 12 TO 14 PERCENT ON CONSERVATIVE STOCKS, YOU'RE DOING VERY WELL. HAVE REALISTIC EXPECTATIONS. IT'S WHEN PEOPLE GET UNREALISTIC AND SHOOT FOR THE MOON THAT THEY GET IN TROUBLE.))
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OUT Q=get in trouble.
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SOT COMMON SENSE TAPE TOT
IN Q=That's this

((That's this week's edition of Common Sense. Let's send it back to the newsdesk.))
RUNS=:04
OUT Q=back to the newsdesk.

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Stocks


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=cro
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=stocks


On Wall Street at noon the Dow was UP 29 and a half points.
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SPORTS MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Melanie


Stick around - sports is next, including a peek at Roanoke College's basketball camp,
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VO-NAT

and this Olympic hopeful sets a record while earning a trip to Atlanta.
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Johnson


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=sma
TAPE#S6-9
GRAPHIC=olympics


A record breaking day for Michael Johnson at the Olympic track and field trials yesterday.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Atlanta/ESPN; :00


He ran the men's 200 meter dash in 19.66 seconds, which beats the old mark set back in 1979.
He has now broken the oldest existing record in the sport.
The old mark was 19.72 seconds.
Johnson had broken the record Saturday, but the run was ruled unofficial because he was aided by the wind.
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Golf


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-5
GRAPHIC=Golf


On the links, John Cook came within one stroke of the all-time PGA scoring record as he cruised to the title at the St. Jude's Classic in Memphis.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Memphis, TN; :00


Cook fired a 72-hole total of 26 under par for a 7 stroke win at the one point 35 million dollar classic yesterday.
His was the second lowest score in PGA history.
He had a chance at tying the record, but his shot rolled out.
Cook earned 243 thousand dollars for his efforts.
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Moir


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-11
GRAPHIC=Basketball


The Roanoke College basketball camp has invaded Salem this week for some lessons on the hardwoods.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Salem; :00


The camp runs Monday through Friday from 8:45 in the morning until 4:30 in the afternoon.
More than one hundred campers from age 8 to 15 are enrolled.
The focus, as always, is on fundamentals, team concepts and even having fun.
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SOT
IN Q="I'm Not

((PAGE MOIR/CAMP DIRECTOR: I'M NOT INTERESTED IN MAKING A TON OF MONEY, I WANT TO HAVE A GOOD CAMP, AND THAT'S WHY WE LIMIT IT TO 125 KIDS, WE'VE GOT GREAT FACILITIES HERE AT THE BAST CENTER. ALL OUR COURTS IN ONE BUILDING, AND A GREAT REASON TO COME HERE IS OUR FOOD SERVICE IS UNBELIEVABLE. THE FOOD THEY DOLE OUT FOR THEM OVER THERE. THAT'S PROBABLY THE WORST THING FOR MY DIET-- HAVING TO EAT MEALS ON CAMPUS FOR TWO WEEKS.))
SUPER=01-Page Moir/Camp Director; :00
RUNS=:19
OUT Q=...2 weeks"
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VO-NAT


In addition to the food, kids are looking forward to an appearance by Charlotte Hornet star Dell Curry.
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SOT
IN Q="So few

((SO FEW NBA PLAYERS HAVE TO DO THAT. DELL HAS 3 YOUNG CHILDREN AND HE TRAVELS SO MUCH DURING THE SEASON HE DOESN'T NEED THE MONEY. HE DOES IT BECAUSE SOMEONE DID IT FOR HIM WHEN HE WAS A KID. IT'S NEAT TO HAVE HIM HERE. THE KIDS LOOK FORWARD TO IT.)) ((DELL CURRY/CHARLOTTE HORNET GUARD: IT'S GOOD TO SEE KIDS GROW UP AND BECOME GOOD BASKETBALL PLAYERS, SO I ENJOY COMING HERE EVERY YEAR. ))
SUPER=01-Dell Curry/Charlotte Hornet Guard; :16
RUNS=:21
OUT Q=...come every year"



SEX-PISTOLS


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=noon
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


The Sex Pistols are firing again.
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IN Q=
SUPER=03-London/Last Night;
RUNS=:05
OUT Q=nat sound
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VO-NAT


The legendary punk rock group returned to the stage in London last night.
It was the bands first concert in Britain in 19 years.
All four orginial members performed.
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WRAP


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=NOON
WRITER=cst
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming up on NEWS-7 at FIVE's Health Check:
Connie Stevens reports on the latest treatments for foot problems-- suffered by some 43 million Americans.
Now, Roanoke has a new business with a mission to pamper the feet-- it's an hour of whirlpools and massage.
Join us for the story, plus all the days news, sports and weather-- tonight That's it for us on NEWS-7 at NOON...bye. on News 7 at FIVE.