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HEADLINES

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Efforts to make U-S troops safer in Saudi Arabia are under way in the wake of last week's deadly terrorist attack.
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And the United Rubber workers local 2-40 votes rejects Rubatex's request for contract concessions. LIVE-Head
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saudi-bombing


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NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=mel
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President Clinton is back in Washington this morning after leading two memorial services for airmen killed in the bombing in Saudi Arabia.
At Eglin and Patrick Air Force bases in Florida, Mr. Clinton vowed America won't rest until those responsible for the Saudi barracks bombing are brought to justice.
Dave Fehling has more on yesterday's services.
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The wounded were wheeled into front row spots.. their discomfort was obvious, made worse by the Florida mid-summer heat.
They and three thousand others crowded into a hanger at eglin air force base to honor the twelve men of the 33 fighter wing killed in the terrorist attack on their living quarters in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
President clinton, just back from the economic summit where terrorism was thrust to the top of the agenda, said that the airmen, unlike victims of a traditional battle, died at the hands of the new enemy. In Dharan, the security perimeter of concrete barricades was moved out another 300 feet and plans were made to move U-S personel to interior buildings of the compound.
But for staff sargent Eric Ziegler, who survived the attack with gashes and brusies , expanding the security zone is of little comfort.
Later in the day, another base another service, this one at patrick Air Force base near cape canaveral, where six airmgn who died were stationed.
The President again vowed the united states would find and punish the terrorsts..and the saudi government, criticized in the past by u-s offiicals, said it would cooperate fully with the fbi's investigation.
Dave Fehling, CBS News Eglin Air Force Base, Florida.))

Rubatex


ANCHOR=Melanie
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There is some uncertainty for workers reporting to their jobs at the the Rubatex plant in Bedford this Monday morning.
The United Rubber Workers Local 2-40 voted down the company's request for contract concessions. The margin was just two votes-- 221 to 219.
The current agreement does NOT run out until next year.
But company officials had asked union members to be open minded about contract changes, and are now said to be considering moving part of the Bedford operation out of state.
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Rubatex officials say the company is at a cross roads. Yesterday's vote may help management decide if it should move nearly 300 jobs to Arkansas.
Union members say the proposal called for mandatory overtime and took away the seniority of some workers.
They indicated those are two reasons for the close vote against the contract.
The more than 800 workers at Rubatex make foam rubber products such as scuba outfits and doormats.
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Delta-Star


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 96-44
GRAPHIC=Delta Star


In Lynchburg, union workers at Delta Star have been without a contract for almost a week.
The workers will meet with management before deciding if they will strike.
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Yesterday the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 21-73 turned down the company's latest offer by a vote of 43 to 34.
Dan Hughes, the union president, says many of the workers with more seniority were dissatisfied with the wage increases for the junior employees.
He also said some workers had problems with the change of hours-- it requires them to arrive at work 45 minutes early.
The union has to give Delta Star a week notice before striking.
Their old contract expired midnight Tuesday.
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The last time union members went on strike was the summer of '93-- that was for about six weeks.
The company builds electrical transformers.
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Halifax-Bust


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 96-52; edit of 96-38 (Halifax Drugs)
GRAPHIC=Drug Bust


A Halifax County elementary school teacher has once again been arrested on drug charges.
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37- year- old Dorothy Ferrell was arrested and charged with crack cocaine possession early Sunday.
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Halifax County Sheriffs officials said she had cocaine and a crack pipe.
The second grade teacher was arrested in Halifax County in Birchland Park along with three others.
She's being held in the Charlotte County Jail.
In April, Ferrell and 40- year old Jerry Ragsdale, a school custodian, were taken into custody for cocaine possesion.
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1-Sports


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Time now for sports, and the Salem Avalanche will hit the road for the next three weeks, after wrapping up their latest homestand last night.
Roy Stanley has highlights.
Good morning Roy.
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2-Rubatex


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By a two vote margin, Rubatex workers in Bedford have voted down a request for contract concessions--and company officials are now said to be considering moving part of the operation out of state.
Rubatex had asked the United Rubber Workers local 2-40 to open their current contract, which expires next year, to some changes.
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Company officials say Rubatex is at a cross roads and yesterday's vote may help management decide if it should move nearly 300 jobs to Arkansas.
Union members say the proposal called for mandatory overtime and took away the seniority of some workers.
They indicated those are two reasons the union turned down the contract.
The more than 800 Rubatex workers make foam rubber products such as scuba outfits and doormats.
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Common-Sense


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A common mistake made by new investors is being too careful.
Many keep a large percentage of their money in savings accounts, CD's, and other safe havens.
Len Besthoff explains in Common Sense how not taking ENOUGH risk can eat away at your hard earned money.
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((GEORGE BRAMMER/A.G. EDWARDS: BEING TOO CONSERVATIVE CAN REALLY BE VERY COSTLY. INFLATION HAS BEEN A PROBLEM AND REMAINS A PROBLEM. AT TODAYS RATE, INFLATION IS THREE TO FOUR PERCENT. YOU HAVE TO INVEST IN A WAY THAT YOU'RE NET RETURN IS GREATER THAN THE INFLATION RATE. SO IF YOUR RETURN ON YOUR MONEY IS FIVE PERCENT AND INFLATION IS THREE PERCENT AND YOU HAVE TO PAY TAXES ON THAT MONEY, THEN YOU'RE LOSING GROUND. SO YOU HAVE TO HAVE BALANCE IN YOUR PORTFOLIO. YOU CAN'T BE TOO CONSERVATIVE OR TOO CAUTIOUS. YOU HAVE TO TAKE SOME RISK WITH SOME OF YOUR MONEY. AND THAT'S WHERE A GOOD MUTUAL FUND OR A GOOD GROWTH COMPANY COMES INTO PLAY.))
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FIVE-BORO


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=DAL
TAPE# 96-42
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Baking bagels has been a boom for one Roanoke couple.
Hal and Joanne Stern recently opened their second restauraunt.
The owners say their new shop on the Downtown market is an opportunity to reach more customers.
Denise Allen takes us inside the bagel baking business.
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((JOANNE STERN/FIVE BORO OWNER: WE'VE BEEN EATING BAGELS ALL OUR LIVES SO WE KNOW WHAT A GOOD BAGEL TASTES LIKE. SO THAT'S WHAT WE STARTED FROM AND WE WANTED TO HAVE THAT BAGEL AND THAT FLAVOR.))
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Evidently it's a flavor Roanoke Valley residents enjoy.
The Sterns say business is so good at their first store that it was time to make their baked goods available to more people.
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The Sterns say making bagels is an art.
They say weather conditions effect the dough, so the baker is constantly making adjustments to the recipe.
They feel these creative adjustments are what makes their business a success--that and a friendly atmosphere.
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Moving into the new Roanoke City Market location took more work and money than expected.
The building is more than a hundred years old and needed electrical and plumbing work.
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((HAL STERN/FIVE BORO OWNER: BESIDES CLEANING UP THE BRICKS AND RESEALING THEM, WE HAD TO RE-POOR ALL THE FLOORS BECAUSE THE BUILDING IS ON A SLOPE. WE HAD TO FLATTEN IT OUT SO THE EQUIPMENT WOULD WORK PROPERLY.))
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Room for this huge kitchen was a major selling point.
The Sterns say they plan to increase production to meet the needs of a growing wholesale business.
Denise Allen News 7.))

2-Scores


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In sports---Reggie Jefferson homered twice and had his second

straight three-hit game in leading the Red Sox over the Tigers, 9-to-4. Jefferson had three r-b-i's on the day. For all the scores from the ballparks let's go to the boards.
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2HEADLINES
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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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As security is tightened at the U-S Air Force base bombed last week in Saudi Arabia, officials say a witness may have seen the truck responsible for the disaster.
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Arson is suspected in yet another fire at an African American church.
Investigators found traces of gasoline at a church burned in rural North Carolina.
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And today is the last day for campaigning in the Russian presidential run-off.
Dancers showed up but Boris Yeltsin bowed out of a campaign appearance yesterday at a Moscow festival.
Yeltsin claims he not in bad health, just suffering a sore throat.
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And that's what's making news on this Monday the first day of July.
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DHAHRAN-ATTACK


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#Net
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A senior Air Force officer says a witness to an earlier incident might provide a clue in the Saudi Arabia bombing.
The officer says the Saudi woman saw a truck, matching the description of the one used in Tuesday's bombing, try to enter the compound about two weeks ago.
The woman gave Saudi police the truck's license plate number.
The F-B-I is checking to see if there's a connection.
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Meanwhile, security in Saudi Arabia has been tightened -- with a new barrier 400 feet from the military housing complex that was bombed. Nineteen U-S servicemen died in the attack.
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President Clinton paid tribute to the bombing victims yesterday at memorial services in Florida.
He said they ``represented the best in America.''
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4:01;45 ((THEY SERVED AS SOCCER COACHES AND SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS, THEY HELPED THE VICTIMS OF HURRICANES, VOLUNTEERED AS FIREMEN, THEY LOVED THEIR CARS, THEIR SPORTS THEIR FAMILIES, THEIR MISSION. ))
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Amid the tears and condolences President Clinton vowed to bring to justice those responsible for the attack.
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CHURCH-FIRE


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Fire


Local, state and federal investigators have one more black church fire on their hands.
Fire investigators say they found traces of gasoline at a church that burned yesterday morning in rural North Carolina.
Shannon Davis has more.
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Meanwhile, arson has been ruled the cause of a fire that severely damaged a predominantly white Catholic church yesterday in a town in northeast Kansas.

RUSSIA


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=mel
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=None


There's renewed speculation today about the health of Russian President Boris Yeltsin.
That's because Yeltsin postponed a high-level Kremlin meeting, adding it to the list of appearances he's missed in recent days.
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Yesterday it was a campaign appearance at a Moscow festival.
The new health concerns come just two days before the presidential Presidential run-off.
Yeltsin told a news agency interviewer the problem is just a sore throat.
The 65-year-old Yeltsin was hospitalized twice last year for serious heart trouble.
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Clifton-Forge


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-37
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Some Clifton Forge residents are talking trash.
They say city officials are taking advantage of them by setting up a temporary- trash- transfer- station in their back-yards.
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These residents say one day, without notice, this industrial dumpster just appeared.
They later learned the city lot was going to be used as a temporary- trash- transfer- station.
They say the site decreases their property values.
And they think the elderly and children will be adversely affected by the smell and rodents attracted by the trash.
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(( JIMMY ANGLE/CLIFTON FORGE RESIDENT: IT'S AN INDUSTRIAL CONTAINER. IT'S SITTING IN A HOLE THAT'S NOT CONCRETE LINED AND DOESN'T HAVE ANY KIND OF SAFETY FEATURES. THE CONTAINER ITSELF HAS SOME CRACKS. IF IT RAINS IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS WITH SOME TRASH IN IT IT WILL RUN ALL THAT STUFF.
VICKI SHAFFER/CLIFTON FORGE RESIDENT: IT'S A STRAIGHT SHOT FROM OUR DECK. WHEN WE HAVE COOKOUTS, WE HAVE A POOL WE'VE INVESTED IN, WE JUST PUT A NEW CEDAR FENCE UP AND THAT'S WHAT WE SEE.))
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City officials say their backs are against the wall and the station is a necessity.
The city was supposed to be hauling trash to an Alleghany transfer station but that station is not yet operational.
Councilman Jack Simpson says they have a permit to run the temporary station.
Council has an executive meeting today and Simpson says he hopes they will address some of the residents' concerns.
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3-Sports


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Mornin
WRITER=cro
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In sports, soccer fans got their kicks in yesterday in Roanoke County.
Roy Stanley has that story and more.
Good morning Roy.
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Fire-Downsizing


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
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TAPE# 96-64
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Some members of the Roanoke Fire Fighters Association are worried about downsizing.
Several firefighters contacted News 7 this past weekend, alleging a lack of manpower will force them to work TOO much overtime and thus jeopardize public safety.
The firefighters wanted to remain anonymous for fear of negative fall out from management.
The association's president and Roanoke's fire chief both deny the allegations.
Still a community leader is not sure and wants more information. Ron Jones reports.
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(( Charles Hancock is President of the Garden City Civic league.
He says he received a call that his community's fire house was unmanned-- leaving no fire protection.
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The positions were finally filled-- but fire union officials say shortages aren't unusual this time of year.
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((RICHARD SARVER/ROANOKE FIRE ASSOC. PRESIDENT: THIS MORNING WE HAD AN UNFORTUNATE SITUATION. AND PARTLY THIS TIME OF YEAR. WITH VACATIONS, MILITARY LEAVE, HOLIDAYS THIS TYPE OF THING WE WERE SOMEWHAT SHORT AND IT TOOK APPROXIMATELY TWO HOURS TO FIND PEOPLE TO COME BACK IN.))
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But those anonymous firefighters, say the city is planning a downsizing smoke screen to save a buck.
Sarver says there will be restructuring but also added those disgruntled anonymous members are making a mountain out of a molehill.
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((RON, YOU KNOW PEOPLE SCARED OF CHANGE. AND SOMETIMES CHANGE IS HARD TO TAKE. WE HAVE A CHANGING DEPARTMENT OF COURSE, WE'VE MERGED WITH EMS, IT'S IN A FLUX OF CHANGE AND A LOT THINGS ARE GOING TO HAPPEN.))
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Fire Chief Grigsby says those changes are inevitable but safety will not be jeopardized.
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((JIM GRIGSBY/ROANOKE CITY FIRE CHIEF: 93 PERCENT OF OUR BUDGET IS IN SALARIES AND BENEFITS. SO IF WE ARE GOING TO MAKE OUT OPERATION MORE EFFICIENT WE'RE GOING TO HAVE TO LOOK AT THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WE HAVE. IN THAT PROCESS THE SAFETY OF CITIZENS AND THE SAFETY OF FIREFIGHTERS ARE OUR NUMBER ONE CONCERN. AND WE'RE NOT GOING TO DO ANYTHING BUT INCREASE THE SAFETY INSTEAD OF JEOPARDIZE THE SAFETY.))
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Ron Jones News 7))
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Chief Grigsby adds the current fire service structure has not responded to growth in Roanoke.
He also says some fire houses are getting too old.
Grigsby plans to meet with city council members, union members, and members of the public to come up with a plan for meeting future needs.

LIBERTY


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE# 96-41
GRAPHIC=None


Red, white and blue decked the halls of Roanoke's First Baptist Church last night for an early independence Day celebration.
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The choir and orchestra performed a number of patriotic songs.
Some old favorites and some newer, more contemporary pieces.
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The church was decorated with banners, American flags and hundreds of balloons.
The choir is made up of some 170 voices.
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Miss-Virginia


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morn
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#= 96-63
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Michelle Kang's birthday present came early this year.
The Fredericksburg native beat out 23 other contestants to win the Miss Virginia crown on the eve of her birthday.
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This was the scene Saturday night as Kang wins and goes on to represent Virginia in the Miss America Pageant.
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The William and Mary graduate says during her reign she will try to increase child abuse awareness.
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((MICHELLE KANG/MISS VIRGINIA: I THINK WE'VE BEEN FOCUSING SO HARD ON FIXING THE PROBLEM AFTER IT'S OCCURRED THAT WE NEED TO REFOCUS FROM INTERVENTION TO PREVENTION AND THERE ARE SO MANY WONDERFUL PREVENTION PROGRAMS OUT THERE THAT REALLY FOCUS ON STRENGTHENING FAMILY AND STRENGTHENING COMMUNITY AND REALIZING EVERY CHILD IS IMPORTANT.))
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Kang says she plans to use the 13-thousand dollar scholarship to attend law school.
She hopes to become a children's policy advocate for a national child welfare organization.
Kang will represent the state in September at the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City.
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4-Scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Morning
WRITER=sly
TAPE#None
GRAPHIC=MLB


In sports--Pinch-hitter Cliff Floyd hit a three-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to give the Montreal Expos a dramatic 6-to-5 win over the Philadelphia Phillies. For a roundup of last night's Major League action let's check out the boards.
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