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HEADLINES

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Things are tense in Jerusalem today, on the eve of a summit between Palestinian and Israeli leaders in Washington.
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And the Senate prepares to vote on a spending bill that would fund much of the federal government in the fiscal year starting at midnight.

MIDEAST


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In Jersusalem this morning, the tunnel is open again.
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Israel defied world opinion by re-opening the archeological site that has sparked widespread unrest throughout the middle east.
Palestinians say the tunnel is an infringement on their claim to Arab east Jerusalem.
Israeli officials insist it's a simple excavation and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says backing down would set a dangerous precedent.
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Netanyahu and P-L-O leader Yasser Arafat will be in Washington tomorrow.
President Clinton called for a White House Summit in hopes of defusing Middle East tensions.
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Mr. Clinton has extended invitations to Jordan's King Hussein and Egyptian prime minister Hosni Mubarak.
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debate


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The campaign trail stays within the beltway today with both President Clinton and G-O-P nominee Bob Dole in Washington D-C.
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Meanwhile, both campaign teams are gearing up for the upcoming debates.. recommending that veteran newsman Jim Lehrer moderate the face-offs.
Dole arrived back in Wasington yesterday after a weekend in Florida preparing for the debate.
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budget


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The Senate will vote later today on a massive spending bill that will fund hundreds of federal programs in the fiscal year that begins at midnight.
The House approved the 389- billion dollar package on Saturday.
President Clinton has promised to sign it.

auto-contract


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The United Auto Workers have a deal this morning with Chrysler.
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The tentative agreement forged yesterday is said to be similar to one reached with Ford-- a three year deal guaranteeing jobs.
The deal, covering some sixty six thousand chrysler workers, must now be approved by union members.
That leaves General Motors the only big three car maker still in negotiations.
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VALUJET


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After three months on the ground Valujet will resume flying today.
The first flight is set to leave Atlanta at 12:30 this afternoon, that is if a court doesn't block it.
The Association of Flight Attendants is questioning the airline's carrier's safety before a federal court in Washington D-C.
ValuJet got final clearance from federal regulators last week.
The low cost carrier was grounded in June due to safety concerns after a crash in Florida that killed 110 people.

Rich


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Eight Virginians earned their place on Forbes magazine's list of the 400 richest Americans.
Charlottesville billionaire John Kluge dropped from number-one to number-four.
Northern Virginia candy heirs, John and Forrest Mars ranked 28th and 32rd.
Rounding out the list of rich Virginains are Paul Mellon of Upperville, Washington Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke, Frank Batten of Landmark Communications and two du Pont family members -- Alice du Pont Mills of Middleburg and Constance du Pont Darden of Norfolk.

Griffin-Pipe


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A large Lynchburg firm is cutting back its workforce.
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People at Griffin Pipe say that in the next week about 60 jobs will be cut.
40 of those positions are gone effective today.
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Right now the company has 400 hourly employees.
Walter Fore, the president of the union at the plant, says Griffin Pipe told the rank and file Friday that it's cutting back because it is going to stop manufacturing one of its product lines.
He says he's very unhappy that union members were given such short notice.
No one from Griffin Pipe could be reached for comment.

Politics


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Their debate has gone past television commericals.
Last night Senate candidates John Warner and Mark Warner squared off in a debate on public television.
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They spent an hour taking questions from voters across the state.
On the hot topic of taxes, the candidates split on when Americans should get a big break.
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((JOHN WARNER/I WANT A SIMPLIFIED TAX CODE, ONE THAT IS FAIR AND ONE THAT ALLOWS WORKING AMERICANS TO RETAIN MORE OF THEIR EARNINGS.
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MARK WARNER/ WE GOTTA PUT OFF THE MASSIVE TAX RELIEF UNTIL WE GET OUR FISCAL HOUSE IN ORDER, WE CAN'T HAVE BOTH.))
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John Warner also promised to end the IRS as it is today,
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while Mark Warner pledged to support a balanced budget amendment.

Common-Sense


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A new law passed this year could make it easier for you to save money.
Len Besthoff explains with the latest installment of Common Sense.
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((In this week's Edition of Common Sense, there's some good news for families with one breadwinner that use IRA accounts as a savings vehicle.))
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((BEN HARTMAN/STOCKBROKER-EDWARD D. JONES: IRA'S ARE AN INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNT THAT ARE DESIGNED TO HELP FOLKS PLAN AND SAVE FOR THEIR RETIREMENT WITH PRE TAX DOLLARS. CURRENTLY UNDER IRS RULES AND REGULATIONS, A COUPLE WITH A NON- WORKING SPOUSE CAN CONTRIBUTE UP TO 2250 DOLLARS PER YEAR, PRE TAX DOLLARS, INTO A TAX DEFERRED IRA ACCOUNT. NOW WITHIN INSIDE AN IRA ACCOUNT THOSE FUNDS CAN BE INVESTED IN A HOST OF DIFFERENT INVESTMENTS. CD'S, MUTUAL FUNDS, STOCKS, BONDS, DIFFERENT THINGS LIKE THAT. NOW THE NEW LAW PRESIDENT CLINTON SIGNED INTO LAW AUGUST 20TH, IS EXPANDING THE DEDUCTABILITY FOR THE IRA ACCOUNTS FOR A NON- WORKING SPOUSE. CURRENTLY YOU CAN DEDUCT 2250, WELL PRESIDENT CLINTON HAS EXPANDED THAT DEDUCTABILITY TO FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR A COUPLE WITH A NON- WORKING SPOUSE.))
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2-HEADLINES
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Here's a look at today's top stories.
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Things are tense in Jerusalem today, on the eve of a summit between Palestinian and Israeli leaders in Washington.
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VO-NAT


A disabled man got emergency help yesterday on the Internet.
He was playing chess on a world wide web site when the trouble began.
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And Virginia Military Institute is looking for a few good women.
The school is now marketing itself to women.
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And that's what's making news on this Monday September 30th.
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Wx-Hello


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CAMPAIGN


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NEWSCAST=morn
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The campaign trail stays within the beltway today with both President Clinton and G-O-P nominee Bob Dole in Washington D-C.
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Meanwhile, both campaign teams are gearing up for the upcoming debates.. recommending that veteran newsman Jim Lehrer moderate the face-offs.
Dole arrived back in Wasington yesterday after a long weekend in Florida preparing for the debate.
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INTERNET


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When someone on the Internet typed a message of distress yesterday, some people online thought it might be a joke.
Fortunately, others who were chatting on the online chess club realized it was the real thing.
Mark Wile has more on the onLine rescue.
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A disabled Boston, Massachussett man who became ill while on an Internet chess chat-line reached out to fellow players from around the world for help.
Within moments after an emergency call, firefighters broke down his door and rushed 48-year-old Charles Drafts to Beth Israel hospital.
Drafts, who is confined to a wheelchair and types using a stick in his mouth, was playing chess early Saturday with a hundred-59 other people around the world when he suddenly typed a plea for help. He told the others that he was ''... having physical illness problems.''
Andy McFarland, who answers to the name "Zek," made the call from his home in Owensboro, Kentucky. Susan Foilb, an EMS dispatcher took the call, the first time she's had one like this. At first, firefighters in Boston rushed to Drafts' home, where no one answered the door.
They called back "Zek" who confirmed it was the right address. Firefighters had to break down the door to rescue Drafts. A Beth Israel Hspital spooewwoman said Drafts was in stable condition early Sunday.))

VMI


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Virginia Military Institute has launched a marketing campaign to recruit women.
More than 30-thousand college-bound women across the country will get V-M-I literature by direct-mail.
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The school also will have an open house for men and women in October.
No quota for the first class of women has been announced.
But school officials say women can expect to face the same challenges as male cadets.
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Lever-Soap


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A competition in Hollywood this weekend proved singing in the shower may be more lucrative than you may have thought.
Some people cleaned up.
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It was the 19-96 Lever Brothers "Singing in the Shower" contest held at Universal Studios.
Dianne Rhodes of Roanoke was among the 41 contestants.
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((DIANNE RHODES: I ASK YOU IF MY SKIN IS SILKY AND WITH A TOUCH YOU REPLIED OH YES. I SAID WELL BABY THAT'S JUST MY BATHING BEAUTY BAR. I ALWAYS CARESS BEFORE I DRESS AND I USE LEVER.
DOWNTOWN JULIE BROWN/EMCEE: IT'S REALLY KIND OF COOKY. IT'S KINDA FUN. IT GIVES SOMEBODY THE OPPORTUNITY TO GET A LITTLE BIT OF THE SHOW BUSINESS THAT THEY PROBABLY WOULD NEVER HAVE BEFORE.))
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Contestants performed original compositions, in real showers with running water using Lever product names.
Scotty Alston of North Carolina cleaned up, winning the first place prize of five-thousand dollars with this act:
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Performances were judged for brand name use, creativity, originality, and delivery.
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tunnel


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In Jersusalem this morning, the tunnel is open again.
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Israel defied world opinion by re-opening the archeological site that has sparked widespread unrest throughout the middle east.
Palestinians say the tunnel is an infringement on their claim to Arab east Jerusalem.
Israeli officials insist it's a simple excavation and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says backing down would set a dangerous precedent.
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Netanyahu and P-L-O leader Yasser Arafat will be in Washington tomorrow.
President Clinton called for a White House Summit in hopes of defusing Middle East tensions.
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King Hussein of Jordan will join the summit.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was also invited but has yet to except the invitation.

JOURNEY-HOPE


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Some unlikely opponents of the death penalty are taking their message on the road.
Members of Murder Victims' Families for Reconciliation stopped in Blacksburg yesterday to promote non-violent alternatives to capitol punishment.
The organization is on a two week tour of Virginia called The Journey of Hope.
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Pat Bane has never supported the death penalty.
And her uncle's murder did not change that.
Bane spoke at the Virginia Tech War Memorial Chapel and told listeners that victims' family members often seek closure from the murderer's death.
But she says these family members are frequently disappointed.
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((PAT BANE: THE WOMAN WHO CALLED IDENTIFIED HERSELF AS THE SISTER OF ONE OF TED BUNDY'S VICTIMS AND SHE SAID YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT. HIS DEATH DID MORE HARM THAN GOOD. WE HAD FOUND CLOSURE. WE HAD GONE ON WITH OUR LIVES AND IT OPENED EVERYTHING RIGHT UP AGAIN.)) ((RYAN NISSIM-SABAT: WE NEED TO EDUCATE, TO RECOGNIZE THAT THE DEATH PENALTY IS NOT SOMETHING POLITICIANS USE TO GET RE-ELECTED AND IT DOES NOTHING TO ELIMINATE CRIME.))
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Members of the organization say their mission is to educate the public on alternatives to capitol punishment.
Each year they pick one state and make their two week Journey of Hope.

JDF-Walk


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Roanoke Valley residents stepped up to the challenge yesterday morning and walked miles to find a cure for diabetes.
Organizers say the annual Walk For a Cure will raise nearly a million dollars.
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Area corporations have donated more than 630-thousand dollars and more is on the way.
The walk has grown so much in recent years that the Roanoke Valley Chapter of the J-D-F expects to raise as much money as NEW YORK CITY.
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((BETH STANLEY/ROANOKE VALLEY JDF: ONE THING THE JDF HAS ALREADY FUNDED IS TO IMPROVE THE LIVES OF DIABETICS. 10 YEARS AGO WE DIDN'T HAVE LASER SURGERY FOR THE EYES WE HAVE BETTER INSULIN, BETTER INSULIN DELIVERY.))
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18-hundred people walked the six mile course.
Tens of thousands of people are diagnosed with diabetes each year.
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HUD-Housing


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Becoming a homeowner is not easy and the process is often daunting.
But the Roanoke Redevelopment and Housing Authority is lending a helping hand.
Denise Allen introduces us to the first family to take advantage of the Homeownership Opportunities Program.
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Denise Stanley and her two daughters are the first family to purchase a home through the Homeownership Opportunities Program. STAND UP TAPE 2 15:32:12 DENISE ALLEN/NEWS 7 REPORTER: HOP HELPS MODERATE TO LOW INCOME FAMILIES BUY THEIR FIRST HOME.
THE HOUSES ARE BUILT ON PROPERTY OWNED BY THE ROANOKE REDEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING AUTHORITY.
EACH IS CUSTOMIZED TO MEET THE NEEDS OF THE BUYER.
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The Stanley family just moved into their new three bedroom home.
Denise says it took a lot of planning to make her dream of being a homeowner a reality.
The HOP program helped her weed through the financial and legal red tape.
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Denise Stanley says her new home was well worth the wait.
Now she says her children will know what it's like to have a home of their Denise Allen News 7.)) own.