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1-News-Head

ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#
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The President declares opens season on nicotine delivery devices- -better known as cigarettes.
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VO-NAT


Coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX: ...reaction from famers, Clinton's fellow Democrat L-F Payne and a race track owner worried about ad revenue.
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Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports head
GRAPHIC=NONE


Tonight in sports, Friday Football Extra is set to kick off its 13th season tonight, I'll have a preview of tonight preseason special, plus Qualifying is underway at Bristol for the Cup cars,
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VO-NAT eng#


And Rock Mast announces he changing teams next season as he joins forces with Butch Mock Motorsports.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
SS=None


Spotty showers tonight and more on the way tomorrow as cooler weather slips in by Sunday. More on the weekend weather coming up.

CLINTON-TOBACCO


ANCHOR=KEITH
NEWSCAST=SIX
WRITER=DAL
TAPE#96-72
GRAPHIC=Clinton


President Bill Clinton's threatened crackdown on the tobacco industry has begun.
The industry faces tough new regulations after Clinton signed an executive order today that declares nicotine an addictive drug.
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VO-NAT


The order means tobacco products will now be regulated as delivery devices for nicotine.
Among other things teenagers would have to prove they're old enough to buy cigarettes.
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SOT 13:59:38
IN Q=THE VAST MAJORITY

((PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON: THE VAST MAJORITY OF PEOPLE WHO SMOKE IN AMERICA TODAY STARTED WHEN THEY WERE TEENAGERS. IF THEY DON'T START SMOKING WHEN THEY'RE ON THE SCHOOL YARD IT'S VERY LIKELY THEY NEVER WILL.))
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OUT Q=THEY NEVER WILL
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington DC;


These regulations also place limits on tobacco advertising in magazines aimed at teenagers.
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Farmers


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#96-62
GRAPHIC=tobacco


Southside Virginia tobacco growers and their supporters aren't holding back.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville;


The President of the Danville Tobacco Association calls the move the most insensitive he's ever seen by a President.
Harry Lea (LEE) was joined by local lawmakers and farmers for a press conference at Hollands Tobacco Warehouse in Danville.
The overall feeling there was one of disgust and outrage.
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SOT
IN Q=To me

((HARRY LEA/DANVILLE TOBACCO ASSN. PRES.:TO ME, IT'S A TERRIBLE BLUNDER, YOU'VE GOT ROUGHLY 25- PLUS MILLION TOBACCO USERS, QUITE FRANKLY I'D LOVE TO SEE THEM GET TOGETHER, SEE NETWORK AMONG RURAL FARM INDIVIDUALS, WHETHER THEY'RE FARMING TOBACCO OR NOT, JUST TO SHOW THE INSENSITIVITY OF THE GOVERNMENT RIGHT NOW, BEING INVOLVED IN THE LIVELIHOOD, CRITICAL LIVELIHOODS, OF THE SOUTHEASTERN FARM COMMUNITY. ))
SUPER=01-Harry Lea/Danville Tobacco Assn. Pres.; :
RUNS=:20 approx
OUT Q=farm community.
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VO-NAT


Lea (LEE) is also concerned about the impact the move will have on the current tobacco market.
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Payne


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#96-70
GRAPHIC=Payne


One of Clinton's fellow Democrats says the move to regulate nicotine is nothing more than election year posturing.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Lynchburg;


Congressman L.F. Payne says the President is trying to make voters forget recent statistics that show teen DRUG use is on the rise.
Payne represents the Fifth District, where tobacco growers are the backbone of the southside's economy.
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SOT 4:26:54
IN Q=Clearly I'm

((REP. L.F. PAYNE/D- FIFTH DISTRICT: CLEARLY I'M GOING TO CONTINUE TO FIGHT FOR THE PEOPLE WHO I REPRESENT, THERE'S NO QUESTION ABOUT THAT. BY THE SAME TOKEN I THINK EVERY AMERICAN OUGHT TO BE CONCERNED ABOUT THIS, BECAUSE WHAT WE HAVE HERE IS A PRESIDENT AND A GROUP OF UNELECTED BUREAUCRATS MAKING LAW. ))
SUPER=01-Rep. L.F. Payne/(D) 5th District; :00
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=bureaucrats making law.
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VO-NAT


Payne says there are better ways to prevent teenagers from smoking.
He adds the regulations may not hold up to a legal challenge from the tobacco and advertising industries.
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Nicotine


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE#96-64
GRAPHIC=Tobacco


President Clinton's crack down on tobacco advertising is fueling controversy in the motor sports industry.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


The plan calls for a ban on tobacco sponsorship of sporting events and brand name advertising on things like t-shirts and hats.
The owner of the Bristol Motor Speedway says companies such as R- J- Reynolds have contributed a lot to racing.
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SOT 15:33:43
IN Q=They've helped

((BRUTON SMITH/BRISTOL MOTOR SPEEDWAY OWNER: THEY'VE HELPED BRING THE SPORT TO WHERE IT IS TODAY. IT'S VERY POPULAR AND GROWING EVERYDAY. IT'S MORE POPULAR THAN BILL CLINTON IS.))
SUPER=01-Bruton Smith/Bristol Motor Speedway Owner;
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=Bill Clinton is.
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VO-NAT


Clinton says the new regulations mean -- in his words -- "Joe Camel and the Marlboro Man will be out of our children's reach forever."
Smith say no one else is waiting in the wings to relace Reynolds if tobacco is forced out of the sport.
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Halifax-Drugs


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#96-56
GRAPHIC=NONE


Freshmen won't be the only new faces at Halifax County High School.
This year, a Sheriff's deputy will patrol the halls to ensure "teachers can teach" and "students can learn".
Teresa Hamilton has the story.
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SOT
IN Q=This is a
SUPER=01-Larry Clark/Halifax Co. High School Principal; :00
SUPER=03-Halifax Co.; :06
SUPER=01-Ken Walker/Halifax Co. Superintendent; :14
SUPER=01-David Martin/Halifax Co. Deputy; :51
SUPER=@Teresa1; 1:04
SUPER=01-Jeff Oakes/Halifax Co. Sheriff; 1:12
RUNS=1:30
OUT Q=Hamilton, News 7.

((
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14:08:19
SOT
IN Q=This is a win

((LARRY CLARK/HALIFAX CO. HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL:THIS IS A WIN, WIN SITUATION.))
RUNS=:05
OUT Q=win, situation.


School Principal Larry Clark helped outline the new security system during an afternoon luncheon with teachers.
Many hope the presence of law enforcement will cut down on negative publicity.
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SOT
IN Q=I know

((DR. KEN WALKER/HALIFAX CO. SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT:I KNOW SOMETIMES WHEN WE HAVE AN INCIDENT WE GET A LOT OF PUBLICITY AND PEOPLE OUT IN THE COMMUNITY ASSUME THAT WE HAVE A WAR ZONE. BUT WE NEED TO SHARE I THINK THE REALITY, THAT IT IS AN ORDERLY SCHOOL, AND THAT STUDENTS ARE LEARNING HERE AND YOU HAVE A GREAT DEAL TO DO WITH THAT AND I COMMEND YOU FOR IT. ))
RUNS=:21
OUT Q=you for it.


Each week, a different deputy will be assigned to the school.
By alternating-- sheriff's officials believe there's less chance for the students and deputies to develop a rapport.
And, unlike a security guard, the deputies will be able to make an arrest on the spot.
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SOT
IN Q=I'm just proud

((DAVID MARTIN/HALIFAX CO. DEPUTY:I'M JUST PROUD TO BE PART OF THIS, I THINK IT'S UNPRECEDENTED STEP TOWARD COOPERATION AND I THINK THAT ITS SOMETHING THATS NEEDED TO BE HERE FOR MAYBE A FEW YEARS NOW, YOU KNOW, WITH THE INCREASE IN VIOLENCE AND DRUGS THAT WE'VE GOT IN THE COUNTY. ))
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=in the county.

take su
The new arrangement won't cost the sheriff's department a cent. The Halifax County Board of Supervisors will be picking up the tab. end su
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SOT
IN Q=I really

((JEFF OAKES/HALIFAX CO. SHERIFF: I REALLY GAINED A DEPUTY, I GOT A POSITION THAT I DIDN'T HAVE AND AT THOSE TIMES OF THE YEAR WHEN SCHOOL IS NOT IN SESSION, I HAVE A FULL TIME DEPUTY PATROLLING THE STREETS. ))
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=the streets.


School officials will begin monitoring the progress of the new arrangement when students head back to school, on Monday. Teresa Hamilton, News 7.))
Tease#1

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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE


When News 7 at six returns, one of Salem's largest employers could be facing more layoffs,
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VO-NAT

and if you're moving into an apartment this weekend, you'll want to stay tuned. We'll have advice on things you may want to look for before you move in.
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Yokohama


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=spr
TAPE#96-77
GRAPHIC=Yokohama


It appears more layoffs are on the horizon for the Yokohama plant in Salem.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Salem/File Tape;


Local 10-23 president Eddie Robitson says the company notified him of the layoffs earlier in the week.
But at this point, he doesn't know how many employees will be put out of work.
Last month, Yokohama cut 44 jobs from the Salem plant, and shutdown operations for a week.
And yesterday the company announced another 6- day work stoppage.
Officials at Yokohama's California headquarters would not confirm this LATEST round of layoffs... but would not rule them out, either.
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Bartleson


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=NONE


A Bedford man is in jail, charged with molesting four children left in his care.
33- year- old Charles Wayne Bartleson faces five counts of forcible sodomy and six counts of aggravated sexual battery.
Authorities say the victims were children Bartleson had been babysitting for the past eight months.
His arrest stems from a complaint by a young boy he allegedly molested.
Bartleson remains held without bond.
Authorities don't know if more children might be involved.

Va-Cares


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#96-48
GRAPHIC=George Allen


Virginia CARES argued today that that the Governor has violated the state constitution with his veto of its funding.
But program officials are also wondering why that funding is NOT being spent at all.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@file;


The Roanoke-based program provides statewide support services for soon-to-be released inmates and former prisoners.
SUPER=03-Richmond;


In a hearing today in Richmond, a deputy and assistant Attorney General said the 1-point-8 million dollars for the program would NOT be spent on anything in this budget.
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SOT 07:08:02
IN Q=It struck

((BILL HOPKINS/VA. CARES ATTORNEY: IT STRUCK ME AS ODD. I DON'T KNOW. WHAT THEY SAY THEY'VE DONE IS FOUND MONIES FROM OTHER SOURCES TO USE FOR THESE SERVICES.))
SOT 03:59:03

((DEL. DICK CRANWELL/D-VINTON: I THINK THE REAL QUESTION IS WHY DID THEY VETO THIS PARTICULAR ITEM IN THIS PARTICULAR YEAR? I THINK THAT PROBABLY HAS SOMETHING TO DO WITH THE FACT THAT I WAS THE PATRON ON THE AMENDMENT.))
SUPER=01-Bill Hopkins/Va. CARES Attorney;
SUPER=@Cranwell; :11
RUNS=:20
OUT Q=the amendment.
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VO-NAT


What Delegate Cranwell sees as a poltical grudge match, the Governor says is just opening the funding up to the competitive bidding process.
Virginia CARES director Lin Edlich has applied for that money.
Without it, the program shuts down September 30th.
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Security-Deposits


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-67
GRAPHIC=NONE


If you've ever disagreed with your landlord or walked away with less than you feel you deserve from a security deposit, you know how frustrating it can be.
Double Boxes=Keith/Tracy Microwave


Tracy Altizer is in Blacksburg with some tips on avoiding those problems.
LIVE=Tracy Full
SUPER=@Tracy1;
SUPER=05-Blacksburg

Keith, a lot of tenants complain that security deposits are money down the drain.
But if you take the right steps, it doesn't have to be that way.
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SOT
IN Q=The most important time
SUPER=03-Radford; :00
SUPER=01-Pat Cupp/BCR Property Management; :10
SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :17
SUPER=01-Rebekah Turner/First-time Tenant; :23
SUPER=01-Piper Durrell/VT Student Legal Services; :43
SUPER=01-Steven Want/Lawyer; :59
SUPER=01-Patrick Moore/Lawyer; 1:24
SUPER=01-Gerard Marks/Legal Aid Attorney; 1:45
SUPER=01-Lori Moon/Chase Management Group; 1:57
RUNS=2:07
OUT Q=all the other bills.

(( The most important time of the lease may be the move IN.
Document everything, down to the last scratch, even if it takes extra pages beyond the inspection form.
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SOT 4:57:32

((PAT CUPP/BCR PROPERTY MANAGEMENT: NOTHING IS PERFECT. SO IF YOU'VE GOT A CRACKED WINDOW OR IF YOU'VE GOT AN APARTMENT THAT'S NOT CLEAN, CHECK IT IN. ))
RUNS=:07


The reason, many people don't know what to expect on the move OUT inspection.
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SOT 11:43:47

((REBEKAH TURNER/FIRST-TIME RENTER: THEY HAVEN'T REALLY TALKED ABOUT IT, LIKE WHAT THEY'RE GONNA DO OR ANYTHING. BUT I'M SURE IT'S KIND OF SIMILAR PROBABLY TO THE DORM, BECAUSE WE'VE HAD INSPECTION THERE TO. ))
RUNS=:08


By move-out time it's too late.
Without proof to the contrary, you may be charged for dirt or damage that was there from the start.
You may even want to take pictures.
And keep a copy of what you write down. Not all landlords will provide it for you.
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SOT 11:51:03

((PIPER DURRELL/VT STUDENT LEGAL SERVICES: ITS SURPRISING HOW MANY LANDLORDS DON'T HAVE THAT ORIGINAL INSPECTION REPORT IN THE FILES. ))
RUNS=:05


Copy every work order, document or correspondence regarding your lease.
If your security deposit isn't returned by the 30-day deadline, request it in writing by certified mail.
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SOT 20:10:23

((STEVEN WANT/LAWYER: SO THAT YOU HAVE PROOF THAT THE LANDLORD'S REPRESENTATIVES HAVE RECEIVED IT AND WHEN THE LANDLORD'S REPRESENTATIVES RECEIVED IT. ))
RUNS=:07
OUT Q=


Keep copies of all your paper work for five years. That's the statute of limitations for a lease and ALL contracts, and you'll need those documents if you end up in court.
Sometimes damages add up to more than the security deposit. If the landlord can't find you right away, that doesn't mean they won't you later.
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SOT 7:25:26

((PATRICK MOORE/LAWYER: IT'S NOT UNCOMMON HERE FOR LANDLORDS TO OBTAIN JUDGEMENTS IN THE SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLAR RANGE, IN ADDITION TO YOUR SECURITY DEPOSIT. ))
RUNS=:08


And when the charges do add up or the bills go unpaid, don't assume you're off the hook if your roommate is at fault.
Most leases hold all tenants jointly and severally liable, that means EVERYONE on the lease is responsible.
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SOT 20:22:46

((GERARD MARKS/LEGAL AID ATTORNEY: THE LANDLORD CAN COME AFTER THIS PERSON EVEN IF IT WAS THE OTHER TENANT WHO DEFAULTED. ))
RUNS=:06


Some landlords encourage roommates to draw up agreements with each other as an added protection.
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SOT 8:56:32

((LORI MOON/CHASE MANAGEMENT GROUP: EVEN THOUGH THEY'RE THE GREATEST FRIENDS IN THE WORLD, IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO GET AN AGREEMENT WITH THEM AND MAKE SURE WHO'S IN CHARGE OF THE ELECTRIC BILL, WHO'S IN CHARGE OF THE RENT, WHO'S IN CHARGE OF ALL THE OTHER BILLS. ))
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LIVE=Tracy/Full
SUPER=@Tracy1;
SUPER=05-Blacksburg


Above all, read your lease and ask questions about anything you don't understand BEFORE you sign it.
Once you move in, take care of your apartment and clean it thoroughly before you move out.

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=tbr
TAPE#=None
GRAPHIC=NONE


Analysts say growing concerns over inflation and interest rates edged the stock market down today.
The DOW lost 11 points to close for the week at 57-hundred-22.
NASDAQ fell one point.
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RUNS=:25
SUPER=x5005;


Back-Creek


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#96-66
GRAPHIC=NONE


Shots were fired. There was some minor vandalism. And thousands of dollars worth of equipment was stolen from Back Creek Elementary School last night.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.


When staff members arrived shortly after seven o'clock this morning, they found the back door shot up- -some B-B pellets on the ground.
A dozen screws had been removed to take out the metal grate that covered thick glass window panes.
The principal says the thieves broke into most- -but not all- - of the classrooms.
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SOT 4:43:10 off camera- -broken glass- teacher soft in bg:
IN Q=When we came

((WHEN WE CAME IN THIS MORNING THIS IS THE WAY WE FOUND OUR SCHOOL.))
RUNS=:03
OUT Q=found our school.

* * * Keith on ENG * * *
The loss includes T-V's, V-C-R's and a brand new laser-disk player.
A teddy bear was left in shreds on the floor of one classroom, but Ron Weaver says new computers weren't touched.
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SOT 4:44:25
IN Q=Some fairly

((RON WEAVER/PRINCIPAL: SOME FAIRLY VALUABLE ITEMS WERE PASSED UP AS THEY WENT THROUGH THE SCHOOL, FORTUNATELY FOR US. BUT SOME OTHER THINGS WERE TAKEN THAT ARE GOING TO BE EXPENSE OR DIFFICULT TO REPLACE.))
SUPER=01-Ron Weaver/Principal
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=to replace.
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VO-NAT


County police report they "have evidence that may lead to the identity of suspects" in the break-in.
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B'burg-Ax


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-69
GRAPHIC=NONE


Blacksburg police charged a 22 year- old man with D-U-I after he crashed his pickup truck into an apartment building.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


It happened shortly after midnight on University City Boulevard.
Police say 22 year- old Mark Heinrich missed a curve and went crashing into the side of Sturbridge Square Apartments.
No one was in the apartment at the time.
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C'burg-Fire


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE#96-68
GRAPHIC=NONE


The Triangle Lanes Bowling Alley in Christiansburg is cleaning up after an electrical fire.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Christiansburg;


The fire started in a power amp sometime between eight and eight- thirty this morning.
Water and smoke caused the worst of the damage.
The main computer scoring system was destroyed.
No one was inside when the fire broke out.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


Coming up next, Tiger Woods advances to the semi finals of the U-S Amateur Mark Martin's on the pole at Bristol.
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VO-NAT ENG#


Rick Mast failed to qualify for the top 25 but he will be a new ride next year.
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S-Mast


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-16
GRAPHIC=BRISTOL


The Winston Cup crowd is in Bristol this weekend inhaling President Clinton's new government regulations limit the advertising practices of tobacco companies.
SS=Rick Mast


But Rick Mast wasn't blowing smoke when he made good on his promise to change teams for next season.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Mooresville, NC; :00


Car Owner Butch Mock announced this afternoon that he has signed Rick Mast to drive his Fords through the year 2000.
Mast will now give up the Hooters Pontiac and take a shot at putting the Remington Ford in victory lane.
Mock's cars have been competitive on several occasions, but neither Todd Bodine nor Morgan Shepherd were able to put a ride in victory lane the last two years.
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S-Bristol


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#r-34
GRAPHIC=BRISTOL


Bristol is a busy place today with WinstonCup qualifying taking place at this moment, Busch qualifying was just completed and later tonight there is a Busch Grand National event.
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VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Bristol, TN/ESPN2; :00


Larry Pearson provided most of the excitement during Busch grand national time trials as he went out and lost control in turn two, did a 360 and smacked the outside wall.
Jeff Fuller surprised a whole lot of folks by winning the pole for tonight's race with the top qualifying speed of 121 point 029 miles an hour.
The Cup cars are just getting ready to go out and no one is more excited about tomorrow's night's Winston Cup event than Darrell Waltrip.
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SOT
IN Q="It's just...

((DARRELL WALTRIP/12 CAREER WINS AT BRISTOL:))
SUPER=01-Darrell Waltrip/12 Career Wins At Bristol; :00
RUNS=:29
OUT Q=...IF I CAN."
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S-FFE


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB96-1
GRAPHIC=FFE LOGO


Friday Football Extra's 13th season kicks off tonight at 11;35 with our annual preseason special.
Here's a look at some of the stories we'll have for you tonight.
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SOT
IN Q=first audio
SUPER=01-Lee Hankins/Bland Co. Captain;:20
SUPER=01-Ed Martin/George Washington Head Coach; :43
RUNS=1:00
OUT Q=...AT PULASKI CO."
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(( Imagine tying your shoe with only one arm. Sound Tough? How about playing football without that limb.
Tonight Steve Mason will have the inspiring story of Bland County captain Lee Hankins. ((LEE HANKINS/BLAND CO. CAPTAIN:))
Ed Martin has also overcome his own personal hardship. Roy Stanley meets with him tonight as year after undergoing open heart surgery at Duke and losing his brother in last year's collapse of the Timberlake Dam. ((ED MARTIN/G.W. DANVILLE HEAD COACH:))
We'll also get you up to date on all the district changes that have taken place over the off-season. Plus hear from Paul Wheeler, who has resurfaced at Pulaski County.))

S-Catholic


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-17
GRAPHIC=FFE LOGO


One of our Friday Football Extra teams will open tonight.
Roanoke Catholic hits the road for a game against Kenniston Forest.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :


This afternoon the school unveiled a touch stone. The idea is to have all athletes at the school touch the stone before they enter competition.
The stone is mounted on a plaque honoring the 1994 state championship team and its an inspiration for all athletes at the Catholic school.
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SOT
IN Q="it takes...

((MIKE SLENSKI/ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT: ))
SUPER=01-Mike Slenski/Athletic Association President; :
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=.......great success."
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VO-NAT (cont)


After the players, coaches and cheerleaders touched the stone the players boarded a bus for a 7:30 kickoff.
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SOT
IN Q="We're playing

((JOHN COOKE/CATHOLIC HEAD COACH: ))
SUPER=01-John Cooke/Catholic Head Coach; :
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=......whole season."
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S-Skins


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Ksh
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=Redskins


The Redskins take on the Patriots in their final preseason game in Foxboro tonight. Quarterback Gus Frerotte will play the first half of the 8 o'clock kickoff.
SS=Panthers


The Carolina Panthers take on the Giants tonight in the Meadowlands for their final preseason game. Rookie running back Tim Biakabutuka will make his Panther debut. Game time is 8 o'clock. Wx-Tape
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