06:00-01

E-Carroll-Ax

ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=dse
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=Fatal Ax


A Hillsville man is dead this morning following a single car accident in Carroll County.
State Police say 30- year- old Thomas Jefferson Simone (suh-mone) was killed when his car ran off route 100, hit a tree and overturned.
He was killed instantly.
Police say excessive speed is probably to blame for the accident.

CA-BOMBINGS


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


In Northern California, a second suspect is now in custody in connection with a string of bombings in (vuh-LAY'-hoh) Vallejo.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Vallejo, CA;


The F-B-I says it found 500-pounds of dynamite yesterday in a house near the courthouse where one of the bombs went off last week.
Authorities say the blasts may have been part of a plot to disrupt the local criminal justice system.
Authorities are still seeking a third suspect.
SUPER=03-Paris, France;


In Paris, France a bomb exploded this morning outside a dormitory housing American students.
No injuries have been reported and no one has claimed responsibility yet.
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E-XGR


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=equ
TAPE# 97-3
GRAPHIC=Business News


The State Capital was a whir of activity as the House and Senate race toward a Tuesday deadline for passing their bills to each other.
Among the day's accomplishments, labor unions and business leaders are singing the praises of Vinton Delegate Dick Cranwell.
That's after Cranwell led a compromise on jobless benefits.
If the deal holds together
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;

this week in front of the full House of Delegates:
- the Governor would get a modest cut in unemployment taxes on businesses
- labor unions would get a lowering of the threshold at which unemployed workers can collect jobless benefits
- and Cranwell may finally get carpal tunnel syndrome and job- related hearing loss written into workers compensation law.
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E-Rail-Merger


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=lbe
TAPE# 97-5
GRAPHIC=Norfolk Southern


The chief executive of Norfolk Southern says he believes the takeover of Conrail could benefit Roanoke.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Month;


N-S has a large portion of its operations in our area, employing more than 35- hundred people.
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SOT 00:05:41
IN Q=If Norfolk

((DAVID GOODE/NS CEO: IF NORFOLK SOUTHERN IS ABLE TO ACCOMPLISH THIS TRANSACTION IN A WAY, AS I'M CONFIDENT IT WILL, THAT WILL PRODUCE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT FOR THE COMPANY AS A WHOLE, THAT'S GONNA BE VERY GOOD NEWS FOR ROANOKE. ))
SUPER=01-David Goode/Norfolk Southern CEO;
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=for Roanoke.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;


The heads of all three railroads scheduled a meeting this week to discuss their competing offers and how to resolve the situation.
Both N-S and C-S-X want to acquire Conrail, because of its lucrative routes in the northeast.
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E-Textiles


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE# 97-1
GRAPHIC=Business News


A new trade agreement with China could have a big local impact on Southside textile mills.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Beijing, China;


The new textile agreement was signed yesterday, a month after the old accord expired.
U-S trade officials say the agreement is historic, meeting their demands for greater access to the Chinese market.
How the new agreement will affect plants in our area is still unclear, but local officials are hopeful it will bring more business their way.
(----------------)
ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=hold


Martinsville Assistant City Manager for Development, Tom Harned (HAR-ned), says an agreement that promotes export opportunities for textile producers will benefit the region.

E-Goodyear


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=THa
TAPE# 96-109
GRAPHIC=Goodyear


One of the area's largest employers is helping people learn about their product through a new exhibit at the Danville Science Center.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville/Friday;


Goodyear Tire in Danville has designed an exhibit for the center.
The display, dubbed "The Amazing World of Rubber" explains how rubber is produced and its many uses.
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SOT
IN Q=We felt

((CATHY WRIGHT/GOODYEAR SPOKESPERSON:WE FELT IT WAS AN IMPORTANT WAY FOR US TO SHOW OUR SUPPORT OF THE SCIENCE CENTER, BEING A NEW ADDITION TO DANVILLE WE WANTED TO BE SUPPORTIVE, WE ALSO THOUGHT IT WOULD BE A GOOD WAY TO TIE IN WITH OUR EDUCATION COMMUNITY, TO PROVIDE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS TO GET A HANDS ON LEARNING ABOUT HOW SCIENCE IS ACTUALLY USED IN OUR WORK PLACE. GINNY LAUBINGER/SCIENCE CENTER DIRECTOR:A LOT OF THE FOLKS WHO DO VISIT US HAVE A RELATIVE, ONE WAY OR ANOTHER, WHO WORK AT GOODYEAR, AND IT'S A WONDERFUL WAY TO BUILD PRIDE AND I COMMEND GOODYEAR FOR TAKING THE INITIATIVE AND ACTUALLY PUTTING SOMETHING BEING THE COMMUNITY THAT THE COMMUNITY COULD ACTUALLY APPRECIATE. ))
SUPER=01-Cathy Wright/Goodyear Spokesperson; :00
SUPER=01-Ginny Laubinger/Science Center Director; :19
RUNS=:33
OUT Q=actually appreciate.
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VO-NAT


The display opened to the public Saturday.
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Common-Sense


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Mornin'
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#Common Sense
GRAPHIC=Common Sense


You may qualify for some big tax savings if your income is below a certain level.
Len Besthoff explains in this week's edition of Common Sense.
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SOT
IN Q=For this
SUPER=@Len1; :00
SUPER=01-Bill Williams/H&R Block; :08
RUNS=:35
OUT Q=the newsdesk.

((
(/////SOT/////)
SOT tape one 6:21:16
IN Q=For this

((For this year's returns there are some changes in the Earned Income Credit. Bill Williams with H&R Block tells us about it.))
RUNS=:07
OUT Q=about it.
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SOT TAPE ONE 05:57:27
IN Q=The earned

((BILL WILLIAMS/H&R BLOCK: THE EARNED INCOME TAX CREDIT IS A REFUNDABLE CREDIT FOR LOWER INCOME TAXPAYERS. THE INCOME BASE FOR COMPUTING IT HAS INCREASED. AND THE CREDIT HAS INCREASED CONSIDERABLY. FOR EXAMPLE A COUPLE HAVING TWO OR MORE CHILDREN AND PROVIDING A HOME FOR THOSE CHILDREN, CAN HAVE INCOME NEAR 26- THOUSAND- DOLLARS NOW. IT'S POSSIBLE TO CLAIM A REFUNDABLE CREDIT OF AROUND THREE- THOUSAND- FIVE- HUNDRED- DOLLARS.))
RUNS=:24
OUT Q=three- thousand- five- hundred- dollars.
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SOT TAPE TWO 06:30:21
IN Q=I'm Len Besthoff

((I'm Len Besthoff with this week's edition of Common Sense, let's send it back to the newsdesk.))
RUNS=:04
OUT Q=newsdesk.))


E-Feedback-2/2/97


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmc
TAPE# Feedback
GRAPHIC=Feedback


Our mail this week had some positive comments about a story we ran about a group of computer wizards.
Here's assignment editor Joe McKean, with News-7's Feedback.
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SOT
IN Q=The story was
SUPER=04-January 22; :00
RUNS=1:10
OUT Q=McKean, News7.

(( The story was Joe Dashiell's profile of the Elfun Society, the retired General Electric engineers who refurbish used computers, and donate them to schools.
The group's leader said: "The planning, programming, and editing of the story (resulted) in complete, accurate and we believe both a newsworthy (story) and a community service production."
"The story has been helpful to us already. We have received a number of calls for computers for schools, as far away as Christiansburg, and a number of donors offering computer equipment. Perhaps the most pivotal benefit is the acceptance and help we have received in our efforts to find a new home...We have to leave GE to make room for new jobs, no problem. From the response we have already received, it looks like we will be re-located soon in very adequate facilities."
News 7 welcomes comments on our news coverage, and topics in the news.
Send your letter, including name, address, and a phone number, to News7 Feedback, P.O. Box 7, Roanoke, VA, 24022-0007.
Our fax number is 540-343-7269.
And you may send E-Mail to news@wdbj7.com.
Joe McKean, News 7.))


E-Harassment


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#97-7
GRAPHIC=None


Sexual harassment has been making the headlines for years now.
Cases like Paula Jones' allegations against President Clinton have brought increased awareness to the issue.
Kimberly McBroom takes a look at a contemporary play at Randolph- Macon Woman's College which depicts sexual harassment between a professor and student.
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SOT
IN Q=A female student
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Friday; :12
SUPER=01-Tom Stephens/"Oleanna" Director; :28
SUPER=@Kimberly1; :51
SUPER=01-Jilletta Davis/"Carol"; 1:01
SUPER=01-John Wade/"John"; 1:21
RUNS=1:42
OUT Q=News 7, Lynchburg

((
(/////SOT/////)
SOT nat sound tape 2

((I HAVE TO PASS THIS CLASS, ETC. ))
RUNS=:05


A female student, a college professor, and a low grade.
The contemporary play, "Oleanna" portrays a situation that can occur on any campus.
It was written in 1992, shortly after the Clarence Thomas-- Anita Hill Senate hearings.
But the director of Randolph- Macon's production says the play is more about perception than politics.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT tape 1 10:17:54

((TOM STEPHENS/"OLEANNA" DIRECTOR: I SUPPOSE POLITICAL TO THE EXTENT THAT HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS ARE POLITICAL. FINALLY, THE WHOLE PLAY IS ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS AND WHO WE TRUST AND WHO WE DON'T TRUST. ))
RUNS=:11



(/////SOT/////)
SOT more nat sound of intense scene

(( ))
RUNS=:10


Standup here-- tape 2
The actors say "Oleanna" reflects modern society's increased sensitivity to sexual harassment.
But don't expect any clear- cut answers as to who's right and who's wrong. End standup

(/////SOT/////)
SOT TAPE 1 10:48:32

((JILLETTA DAVIS/"CAROL": SHE TAKES IT AS SEXUAL HARASSMENT. HE NEVER MEANT IT THAT WAY. BUT IT HAS TO BE IN THE OPINION OF THE PERSON WHO'S GETTING IT. BECAUSE NOBODY ELSE CAN KNOW WHAT IS TOO PERSONAL FOR YOU. ))
RUNS=:16



(/////SOT/////)
SOT TAPE 1 10:27:11

((JOHN WADE/"JOHN": WE'RE LIVING IN A TIME-- IT'S RATHER FRIGHTENING THAT WE CAN'T EXPRESS OUR EMOTIONS BY TOUCHING OR HUGGING AND I THINK IT'S A REAL STATEMENT ON OUR SOCIETY. ))
RUNS=:12


Meanwhile Oleanna's title is a bit of an enigma-- which seems suitable for a play that invokes more questions than answers.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7, Lynchburg.))

Paris-bombing


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


A bomb exploded early this morning outside a dormitory for American students at a Paris University.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Paris, France;


Police say no one was hurt when a gas canister blew up shattering the glass entrance and windows of the American pavilion at the University.
No one has claimed responsibility for the attack but the bomb is similar to the type used by Algerian Muslims who have been linked to a deadly bombing campaign in Paris.
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BOMBING


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=mel
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=none


Residents of a Northern California neighborhood are back at home this morning following a bomb threat.
Yesterday police cleared a 20 square block area in the city of Vallejo
(vuh-LAY'-oh) after they discovered more than 500 pounds of stolen dynamite in

a garage.
Byron Harlan has more.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=
SUPER=03-Vallejo, CA; :00
SUPER=01-Ron Jackson/Vallejo Police Dept; :09 (very quick)
SUPER=01-Charlie Barnett/ATF; :23
SUPER=01-Byron Harlan/Reporting; :51
RUNS=1:03
OUT Q=CBS NEWS, LOS ANGELES.

(( POLICE SAY THEIR PLOT WAS DESIGNED TO SUBVERT THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM. TWO SUSPECTS ARE IN CUSTODY. AND AUTHORITIES ARE LOOKING FOR A THIRD.
(SOT)

((Lt. Ron Jackson/Vallejo Police Dept: He is considered armed and dangerous.))
ABOUT 500-POUNDS OF DYNAMITE HAVE BEEN RECOVERED SO FAR... DOZENS OF STICKS
---WIRED IN A CAR PARKED OUTSIDE AN APARTMENT COMPLEX..... THE REST---IN A

VALLEJO AREA HOME.

(SOT PARAPHRASED)

((Charlie Barnett/ATF: IT COULD'VE CAUSED SERIOUS DAMAGE AND DESTROYED THIS BUILDING.))
AUTHORITIES SAY THE EXPLOSIVES WERE STOLEN... BUT THEY BELIEVE THEY HAVE FOUND MOST OF WHAT THE SUSPECTS MAY HAVE BEEN PLAYING WITH.... AND THEY THINK THEIR PLAN WAS CONFINED TO THE VALLEJO AREA.
AT LEAST TWO BOMBINGS HAD ALREADY BEEN CARRIED OUT.... ONE TORE A CRATER IN THE SOLANO COUNTY COURTHOUSE ON THURSDAY..... THE OTHER DAMAGED SEVERAL ATM MACHINES AT A WELLS FARGO BANK LAST SUNDAY. NO ONE WAS INJURED BY EITHER EXPLOSION.
(BYRON HARLAN STANDUP CLOSE)

((BYRON HARLAN/REPORTING: POLICE BELIEVE THE BOMBINGS WOULD HAVE CONTINUED IF
THEY HAD NOT UNCOVERED THE CACHE... THEY'RE STILL LOOKING THOUGH--- FOR MORE

EXPLOSIVE EVIDENCE. BYRON HARLAN, CBS NEWS LOS ANGELES.))

CLINTON


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=MEL
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=clinton


President Clinton hosted the nation's governors at a White House Dinner last night.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Washington DC;


In a pre-dinner toast, Mr. Clinton pledged to deepen and enrich his partnership with the governors, most of whom are Republicans.
The president also offered a preview of tomorrow's State of the Union Address-- saying he'll discuss welfare reform and economic issues.
President Clinton unveils his new federal budget on Thursday.
His plan to balance the budget by the year 2002 calls for a 100-billion dollar tax cut over the next six years.
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YUGOSLAVIA


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


At least 50 opposition demonstrators were injured in Belgrade overnight in demonstrations.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Belgrade, Yugoslavia;


It happened when Serbian riot police tried to clear several thousand protestors from a bridge leading to the city center.
Water cannons were used to disperse the demonstrators and police attacked protestors with clubs.
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E-Star-Wars


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# 97-4
GRAPHIC=Star Wars


Twenty years after its first release, ``Star Wars'' proved it still had The Force to demolish the competition at the box office.
It took in 36 million this weekend. Star Wars Collectors are out in full force.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


The hottest selling merchandise is the action figures.
The collectibles are those that have misprints or minor changes in the overall figure or the packaging is a different color than others.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 3:55:06
IN Q=The first series

((TERRY STEVENS/PLUS COMICS: THE FIRST SERIES LINE OF LIFESAVERS ABOUT THREE AND THREE QUARTER INCHES LONG. THE NEW ONES ARE A HALF INCH SHORTER. THE OLD ONES ARE GOING FOR ABOUT 20 DOLLARS BECAUSE OF THAT LONGER LIFESAVER. WELL KENNER MADE THEM SHORTER BECAUSE HE FELT IT FIT THE BODY AND PACKAGE BETTER...AGAIN THAT ADDS TO THE COLLECTIBLE OF IT. THE SECONDARY MARKET DRIVES THE PRICES UP ON THEM BECAUSE YOU CAN'T FIND THEM NOW. ))
SUPER=00-Terry Stevens/Plus Comics; :14
RUNS=:24
OUT Q=find them now.
(----------------)
VO-NAT


The prices of the action figures vary from five dollars, up to 50 dollars.
(----------------)



2-E-XGR


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=equ
TAPE# 97-3
GRAPHIC=Business News


Big doings at the State Capitol yesterday as the House and Senate race toward a Tuesday deadline for passing their bills to each other.
Among the day's accomplishments, labor unions and business leaders are singing the praises of Vinton Delegate Dick Cranwell.
That's after Cranwell led a compromise on jobless benefits.
If the deal holds together
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=@File;

this week in front of the full House of Delegates:
- the Governor would get a modest cut in unemployment taxes on businesses
- labor unions would get a lowering of the threshold at which unemployed workers can collect jobless benefits
- and Cranwell may finally get carpal tunnel syndrome and job- related hearing loss written into workers compensation law.
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5-Calcium


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=Mornin'
WRITER=cst
TAPE# 597-10
GRAPHIC=Women's Health


A new warning for women-- in fact for anyone-- who takes calcium supplements.
(----------------)
VO-NAT


You may be getting an extra mineral you don't want.
A new study finds high levels of LEAD in many well-known products.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 20:16:26
IN Q=It's very

((DR. CHRISTINE SIMONELLI: IT'S VERY DISCONCERTING AND MANY OF US HAVE KNOWN FOR A LONG TIME THAT CERTAIN NATURAL PREPARATIONS OF CALCIUM THAT ARE JUST ESSENTIALLY DUG OUT OF THE EARTH AND MARKETED HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO BE CONTAMINATED WITH LEAD AND OTHER HEAVY METALS. ))
SUPER=07-Dr. Christing Simonelli; :
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=other heavy metals.
(----------------)
VO-NAT


A University of California study discovered questionable levels of lead in 22 major brands of calcium supplements and antacids.
But you won't find lead listed on any of the labels.
Some experts recommend products like Tums which contains PREPARED, not NATURAL-- calcium.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 22:17:07
IN Q=That is hard

((THAT IS HARD FOR US BECAUSE IT GOES AGAINST OUR INSTINCT, THAT THE MORE NATURAL PRODUCT IS GOING TO BE THE SAFER PRODUCT.))
RUNS=:06
OUT Q=safer product.
(----------------)
VO-NAT


And she says the benefits of calcium far outweigh the risks.
It will be up to the F-D-A to decide if lead levels in calcium should be regulated.
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2-E-Carroll-Ax


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=dse
TAPE# none
GRAPHIC=Fatal Ax


A 30- year- old man is dead this morning following a single car accident in Carroll County.
State Police say Hillsville resident Thomas Jefferson Simone (suh-mone) was killed when his car ran off route 100, hit a tree and overturned.
He was killed instantly.
Police say excessive speed is probably to blame for the accident.

2-E-Textiles


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE# 97-1
GRAPHIC=Business News


Southside's textile mills could benefit from a new trade agreement with China.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Beijing, China;


The new textile agreement was signed yesterday, a month after the old accord expired.
U-S trade officials say the agreement is historic, meeting their demands for greater access to the Chinese market.
How the new agreement will affect plants in our area is still unclear, but local officials are hopeful it will bring more business their way.
(----------------)
ANCHOR=Melanie
SS=hold


Martinsville Assistant City Manager for Development, Tom Harned (HAR-ned), says an agreement that promotes export opportunities for textile producers will benefit the region.

E-Danville-Housing


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=THa
TAPE# 96-110
GRAPHIC=Housing


Danville is gaining some national recognition thanks to its housing situation.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Danville/File Tape;


Researchers at the University of Michigan rank Danville among the nation's least segregated cities.
The researchers used 19-90- census data to reach their conclusions.
But the researcher's findings don't necessarily ring true in terms of public housing.
City officials say Danville's five public housing communities are largely segregated.
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E-Depression-Book


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE# 97-2
GRAPHIC=None


For more than fifty years, the personal histories of 13- hundred Virginians lay forgotten in the State Archives.
But late last year, the stories of 61 men and women who lived through the Great Depression were published in the book, "Talk About Trouble."
Joe Dashiell talked with the editors.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=The photographs alone provide
SUPER=01-Charles Perdue/UVa Professor; :23
SUPER=@Joe2; :36
SUPER=01-Nancy Martin-Perdue/UVa Scholar-in-Residence; :54
RUNS=1:22
OUT Q=JD News 7


((Photographs provide a striking portrait of Virginians during the Great Depression and in the years leading up to the Second World War.
A farmer plowing his field in Roanoke County, a member of a tank crew training at Fort Belvoir, children reciting the pledge of allegiance in a Norfolk classroom.
But in the book "Talk About Trouble," the STORIES of ordinary Virginians, both black and white, take center stage.
SOT
IN Q=I like the stories

((CHARLES PERDUE: I LIKE STORIES OF EVERYDAY LIFE AND THE HARD TIMES THAT MANY OF THEM HAD AND THE ULTIMATE FACT THAT MOST OF THEM SURVIVED THOSE HARD TIMES. THEY FOUND A WAY OUT ONE WAY OR THE OTHER. THEY GOT HUNGRY FOR A TIME, BUT THEY EVENTUALLY MADE IT.))
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=eventually made it


Charles Perdue and Nancy Martin- Perdue stumbled on more than 13- hundred life histories while they were searching the Virginia State Archives for interviews with ex- slaves.
The narratives were written by fieldworkers of the Virginia Writers Project between 1938 and 1941 and largely forgotten after that.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=It sounds romantic

((NANCY MARTIN-PERDUE: IT SOUNDS ROMANTIC TO TALK ABOUT THE DIGNITY OF PEOPLE WHO ARE POOR AND BARELY SURVIVING BUT THERE IS A TRUTH THERE. THESE PEOPLE ARE SURVIVING WITH A KIND OF GRACE AND I THINK THAT'S AN IMPORTANT LESSON TO KNOW.))
RUNS=:18
OUT Q=important lesson to know.


An important lesson, Martin- Perdue believes, when the social programs that grew out of the depression are increasingly under attack.
Joe Dashiell News 7))

4-Scores


ANCHOR=Melanie
NEWSCAST=morn
WRITER=lba
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=NBA


In the N-B-A,
Indiana stormed from 20 points down to beat New Jersey 92-to-90.
For last night's scores, let's check the boards.
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WIPE TO SCORES
SUPER=#556
SUPER=X5028;
SUPER=0096-j/Charlotte/99//New York/93////Houston/90/j/Orlando/103///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0096-/New Jersey/90/j/Indiana/92////Portland/102/j/Minnesota/103///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0096-j/Chicago/91//Seattle/84////Cleveland/76/j/Miami/80///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0096-j/Vancouver/102//Boston/92///j/Phoenix/106//Detroit/97///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0096-/Atlanta/104/j/Denver/115////Washington/99/j/L.A. Lakers/129///;
SUPER=X5027;
SUPER=0098-/Louisville#9/44/j/Temple/67////Arizona#10/88/j/Washington/92///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0098-j/Duke#12/70//Georgia Tech/61////Indiana#17/74/j/Illinois/78///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0098-j/Rand.-Macon/85//Emory & Henry/70///;
RUNS=:56

(-------------) OUT Q=....last score."