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Coming up on News 7-
Floyd claims the life of a Halifax County woman.
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How the storm is affecting air travel in this region.
Tune in if you're traveling.
Plus the mystery of the missing rhino - who took the statue from 460 and who returned a fake one?
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News 7 is next.
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A Southside woman is dead tonight... one of the four deaths in Virginia resulting from Hurricane Floyd.



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Just as Southside was breathing a sigh of relief at escaping the worst of Hurricane Floyd... a Halifax County woman died because of it.
22-year-old Bobbie Wade Jackson was inside her mobile home when a large tree crashed into the home and killed her.


She was holding her two-week old baby boy at the time. The baby was not badly hurt, but is being kept at the Halifax Regional Hospital tonight for observation.
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((DAN SLEEPER/HALIFAX CO. EMERGENCY SERVICES COORDINATOR: IT WAS QUITE A TRAGEDY, ESPECIALLY WHEN IT WAS SUCH A NICE SUNNY TIME, IT WASN'T IN THE MIDDLE OF THE STORM, BUT IT WAS JUST WINDY, THE AFTERMATH.))
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It happened at around 4:30 this afternoon.
Emergency officials say they believe the tree was blown over by a strong gust of wind from the hurricane.
3 other Virginians died because of Floyd. All three of those deaths involved car accidents due to rain or wind.
They occurred in Hanover, Accomack (ack-oh-mack), and Fairfax Counties.


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Floyd is now a tropical storm- but he is still causing problems- including flooding and power outages in the Northeast.
Teresa Estacio has the latest from New York City.
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((
HURRICANE FLOYD LOST SOME OF ITS PUNCH.. BECOMING A TROPICAL STORM AS IT RACED UP THE EAST COAST. IN NEW YORK CITY, TIMES SQUARE WAS MORE QUIET THAN USUAL -- RESIDENTS AND TOURISTS OPTING TO STAY INDOORS OR GO HOME...INSTEAD OF WANDER THE STREETS .

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LOCATOR: GLOUCESTER, NJ EVEN THOUGH FLOYD IS NOW A LITTLE GENTLER, THE THREAT ISN'T OVER. HEAVY RAINS ARE TRIGGERING WIDESPREAD FLOODING ACROSS THE REGION.
IN NEW JERSEY, INMATES AND VOLUNTEERS WERE SANDBAGGING A LEVEE... DOING WHAT THEY COULD STOP FLOODWATERS FROM RISING.

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FURTHER SOUTH--FLOODS WEREN'T THE ONLY PROBLEM. ROUGH SEAS WERE AS WELL... A COAST GUARD HELICOPTER HAD TO BE CALLED IN TO RESCUE A MAN WHO WAS STRUCK BY A FALLING CONTAINER.

(locator: WILMINGTON, NC)


IN WILMINGTON, WHERE FLOYD CAME ASHORE, RESIDENTS SPENT THE DAY CLEANING UP.
Ruby Padgett/Wilmington Resident "It was just a big roar, wind and the tree just fell over. Of course, we've had one to fall in the house when Fran came before. I thought this was going to fall in the house, but it fell over. So, we're really glad." NOT EVERYONE WAS AS FORTUNATE. FLOYD CUT POWER TO THOUSANDS ALONG THE EASTERN SEABOARD AND LEFT THOUSANDS OF OTHERS HOMELESS. HE ALSO BROUGHT THE LARGEST EVACUATION IN U-S HISTORY. Bobby Harrison/Wilmington Resident "This home I'm in is pretty sturdy. It was built a long time ago. Last time it worked pretty well and I said let me try it again."
Terisa Estacio/CBS News/New York.))


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Floyd wasn't the troublemaker he could've been for the Roanoke Valley and Central Virginia...
But for eastern Virginians - the coast was anything but clear.
Ellen Qualls reports, from Norfolk.
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The afternoon brought a disaster declaration from President Clinton, a decision that should free up more federal aid for the parts of Virginia affected by the storm.
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As Floyd continued its march to the north, Governor Jim Gilmore toured the state's emergency operations center in the Richmond suburbs.
While the storm could have been worse, Gilmore says he isn't downplaying the damage.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: WE'VE HAD PEOPLE STRANDED. WE HAVE PEOPLE WITHOUT POWER, WHICH I THINK IS VERY INCONVENIENT. WE'VE HAD PEOPLE WITHOUT WATER WHICH I THINK IS MOST TOTALLY INCONVENIENT AND REQUIRES THE EVACUATION OF A PERSON'S HOME OR LIVING QUARTERS UNDER SUCH CIRCUMSTANCES, SO I DON'T MINIMIZE ANY OF THAT.))
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Floyd set ships adrift in Hampton Roads, interrupted power to thousands, and left many in eastern Virginia without drinking water.
[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in Weather Center

[WX1] [11:00pm] [09/16/1999] [MCU]WEATHER OFFICE [WXPRO/FULL]WEATHER MAP WAKE UP FORECAST

[Toss back to anchor][Floyd-Business]


[ANCHOR=Jean ]
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Floyd HAS caused headaches for some people in the Roanoke Valley.
[Double Boxes=ANCHOR/Newsroom]


Joy Sutton joins us from the newsroom-
Just what kind of problems are we talking about?
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Jean, although the Roanoke Valley was spared much of Floyd's fury... travelers and several businesses are still forced to deal with Floyd's aftermath.
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(( A trip on Greyhound from Atlantic City, New Jersey into Bedford, Virginia turned into a traveling nightmare for Ethel Goddard -- she had to stay in a shelter, her trip took an additional twelve hours -- and she ended up in Roanoke instead of Bedford.
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Greyhound Officials say because of Floyd they no longer have buses driving into Eastern North Carolina... no buses running between Norfolk and Richmond because part of I-64 is closed - and delays for those buses traveling on I-95.
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And those traveling by land are not alone. Several flights out of Roanoke Regional Airport were canceled tonight -- and airport official say you can expect delays tomorrow morning -- if you're heading northeast to areas such as Boston, New York or Philadelphia.
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Companies that rely on good weather conditions for business were also affected by Floyd.
Norfolk Southern had to keep several trains bound for Norfolk in Roanoke -- and vise versa.
Federal Express could not deliver all of it's packages in Roanoke today because some airplanes were unable to fly into the Roanoke airport this morning.
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Now Roanoke Regional Airport and Greyhound are advising travelers to make sure and check travel arrangements, especially if you're leaving in the morning.
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And Jean, Federal Express says business should back to normal tomorrow for customers in our area.

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A convicted child killer was put to death tonight.
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Everett Lee Mueller became the 11-th inmate to be executed in Virginia this year.
He was convicted for the 1990 rape and murder of a 10-year-old Chesterfield County girl.
Mueller was pronounced dead at 9:04.
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The man who opened fire in a Texas church apparently thought people were out to get him.
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47 year old Larry Ashbrook burst into a Baptist Church in Fort Worth last night killing seven people and wounding seven others before killing himself.
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((I RECALL THE STATEMENT BEING MADE REPEATEDLY THAT THIS ISN'T SOMETHING THAT HAPPENS AT HOME I ASSURE YOU THAT TOOK ON A WHOLE NEW MEANING FOR THOSE OF US HERE IN FORT WORTH.))
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FBI agents say Ashbrooks house was trashed- holes punched in the wall, furniture destroyed and photographs destroyed with faces removed.
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((BOB GERRITY/FBI AGENT: HE HAS ALL THE APPEARANCE OF BEING SOMEONE WHO WAS PARANOID AND HAD SOME REAL FRUSTRATION AT THE WORLD.))
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Neighbors describe Ashbrook as a jobless loner with a temper. One neighbor said he used to push his father down- and gave neighbors the finger.
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Does country and adult contemporary music belong on school buses?
One local mom says no, and she's taking on the school system.
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Plus game-show host Bob Barker is spending the night in a hospital.
Details still to come.
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((Hey guys this is Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office. Michael Vick is getting batter - in fact his coach says at this point he needs experience more than rehab.
We'll see what the Vols think about their Saturday night date with the Gators here on WDBJ-7.
Plus, it's Thursday night and that means time to check out the Friday Football Extra rundown of games for week four.
All that plus, some much deserved pub for Billy Wagner later on the Big 7.))
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Still no talks between striking Rubatex workers and management in Bedford.
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According to plant officials the local 240 steelworkers union has not come back to the bargaining table.
For the last four days strikers have carried signs claiming unfair labor practices but plant officials are wondering why nothing has been filed in Richmond.
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((JIM LAURIN/CHIEF NEGOTIATOR: WE HAVE NO UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICES THAT WE KNOW OF THAT HAVE BEEN FILED. THERE ARE SOME SIGNS OUT HERE THAT SAY UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICES BUT THERE HAVE BEEN NONE FILED IN RICHMOND.))
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Rubatex has brought in additional workers from out of state to keep business running as usual at the plant.
Rubatex is Bedford City's largest employer.
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Many children listen to country or adult contemporary music on their way to and from school.
And -- they're often listening to it on the school bus.
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That's because many buses, these days, are equipped with radios which pipe music through the bus' speakers.
In Pulaski County, school officials believe the set-up actually contributes to better behavior by making the ride more enjoyable.
Angela Kegley disagrees with the school's position and wants the radio turned off when her daughter is on board-- for religious reasons.
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((DAVID COX/PULASKI CO. SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT: THEY PLAY IT KIND OF AT A LOW LEVEL AND THAT HELPS MAINTAIN, YOU KNOW, A LEVEL OF QUIETNESS ON THE BUS, THAT THEY HAVE TO BE QUIET TO LISTEN TO THE RADIO TO THE MUSIC. ANGELA KEGLEY/PARENT: I DID NOT HAVE A RADIO ON THE BUS WHEN I GREW UP AND I HAD A VERY STRICT BUS DRIVER, IF THERE WAS SOMETHING GOING ON SHE PULLED OVER, PERIOD.))
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School officials say they see no reason to turn the radio off.
But Kegley is adamant in her beliefs and plans to take her complaint to the school board.
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[Mason-Dixon]


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Republicans George Allen and George W. Bush continue to pile up support in Virginia.
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The Texas Governor has picked up three percentage points in the Presidential race among Virginia voters.
Since the last poll in June, Bush took two points from Vice President Al Gore, and picked up one from the "undecided" column.
In the Senate race, Chuck Robb's 38-percent backing has remained constant all year. The poll indicates undecided voters are coming over to the Allen camp, with the former governor now enjoying support from a MAJORITY of those polled.
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[Tease2]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A new stamp pays tribute to an old classic.
And its all possible because of a local man.
The story, still ahead.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus... a mysterious disappearance ends in a mysterious re-appearance of a roadside rhinoceros statue.
Stick around.
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[lotto]
[SUPER=135-2 8 8/2 1 8 4/2 5 14 17 32]



NIGHT DRAWING=

Pick 3:
2-8-8

(two, eight, eight)


Pick 4:
2-1-8-4

(two, one, eight, four)


Cash 5:
2-5-14-17-32

(two, five, fourteen, seventeen, thirty-two)



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Game show host Bob Barker is in a Washington DC hospital tonight.
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[15:30:22]
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The popular host of "The Price Is Right" was taken to the emergency room this morning for unknown reasons.
He underwent testing and is reportedly in good condition.
Barker, an animal rights supporter, was in Washington to speak with members of Congress about a measure that would ban elephants from circuses and traveling shows.
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The missing baby rhino statue from Route 460 in Bedford County reappeared yesterday after being gone for almost ten months.
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But after the owner of the property took a good look at it he discovered it wasn't the original.
The disappearance of the statue was as bizarre as the reappearance when the alleged thief called the property owner.
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((SGT. TIMOTHY HAYDEN/BEDFORD CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: HE SAID IF HE WANTED TO SEE HIS BABY RHINO AGAIN HE COULD DIG A FOUR INCH DEEP HOLE AND FILL IT FULL OF QUICK CRETE, IT WILL SHOW UP IN 24 HOURS.))
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Investigators say they believe they know who the alleged thief is.
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We'll see how UVa's opponent is a week is faring tonight. Frank Beamer talks about Vick, the Vols talk about the Gators, and the Friday Football Extra rundown is all ready.
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But first in tonight's Extra Point - if you have a chance pickup a copy of this week's Sports Illustrated that with Serena Williams on the cover. Inside on page 68, Billy Wagner is the subject of a huge ten page article.
The former Ferrum all-American, who is now the top closer in the National League with the Astros, is the subject of a very personal article that takes you back to his early days in Tannersville in Tazewell County.
Now tonight's scores.
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[S-BYU]


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The Virginia Cavaliers' football team has some big injury problems heading into tomorrow's homecoming game with Wake Forest. Travis Griffith and Dwayne Stukes are definitely out, and Ahmad Hawkins and Antwan Harris are questionable.

Plus, UVa's next opponent - next weekend is down right good.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Provo, UT/ESPN; :00]


Last night, Brigham Young - the Cavs opponent on the 25th just crushed top 25 member Colorado State.
BYU quarterback Kevin Feterik burned the State defense repeatedly and Lucas Staley scored three touchdowns.
Feterik also tossed this 15 yard TD pass in the first half to Jaron Dabney.
[SUPER=36-Colorado State/13/Brigham Young/34/ ;]


BYU took the win - 34-to-13
The game against UVa is in Utah.
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[S-Vick]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The Virginia Tech Hokies are off this coming weekend, so Frank Beamer has given his players both today and tomorrow off.
Saturday they will start preparing for Clemson just like it's a Monday of a normal game week.
His first priority will be to get Michael Vick as much work as possible.
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[S-WDBJ]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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If you want the best college football matchups of the upcoming weekend, all you need to lock your TV set down on WDBJ-7 and then take a batteries out of the remote.
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE 7501]
Tomorrow at three Penn State travels to Miami to take on the Hurricanes in one of the more intriguing top 10 battles of the season - to date.
But the big one is at eight Saturday night. Florida hosts Tennessee in the Swamp on Your Hometown Station.
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The Volunteers and quarterback Tee Martin had a week off to get ready for this game. The Gators have been shooting for this rematch since they lost in overtime to the Vols last year last season.
The last time they played in the swamp in 97 the Gators won 33-to-20.
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((PHIL FULMER/TENNESSEE HEAD COACH:)) ((ERIC WESTMORELAND/TENN. LINEBACKER:)) ((TEE MARTIN/TENNESSEE QUARTERBACK:))
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[S-NFL]


[ANCHOR=MIKE]
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If you somehow can survive all of that action on tomorrow night, then here's what we have for you on Sunday from the NFL.
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[wipe to pinnacle 7503]
It's doubleheader action on WDBJ as Jacksonville invades Ericsson Stadium to battle the Panthers and then the late game Sunday has the Chiefs and Broncos at 4.
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((BYE BYE))

[S-Cowboys]


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From the Dallas Cowboys' camp the man known affectionately as "Moose" is calling it quits.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Landover, MD/Sunday;:00]


Daryl Johnston, the Cowboys veteran fullback announced today that he is out for the season.
He's having neck problems again and he says the latest problem could end his career.
After the Cowboys' comeback this past Sunday he sounded like a man who had no intentions of quitting.
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[S-Nascar]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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The Winston Cup cars and their crews and big rigs have been rolling north all day in the rain following Floyd. That's because tomorrow NASCAR hopes to begin a big weekend of racing at New Hampshire.
As of now, NASCAR says everything is on schedule. That means Cup practice begins tomorrow at 12:30 with qualifying set for four tomorrow afternoon.

[S-Franklin]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The Franklin County Speedway is getting ready for its biggest racing card of the year. Tomorrow night Whitey Taylor welcomes the SMART modified circuit to Callaway for a 150 lap main event.
The B-99 500 will also feature a 100 lap late model race and action in five other classes.
Gates open at 3, qualifying starts at 7, and the racing begins at 8. ((BYE BYE))


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Still to come tonight the Friday Football Extra schedule of games for week number.
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17 games are on the schedule including a non-district battle in the Dog House.
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Tonight marks week number 4 of the Friday Football Extra regular season.
And to celebrate we'll have a season-high 17 games for you on the show.
One of those pits unbeaten Martinsville against Jefferson Forest.
At 2-and-0, the Bulldogs are one of the pleasant surprises of the early weeks.
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Now here's the complete schedule for week number four.
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Pen pals nationwide are set to give a Boones Mill man a stamp of approval.
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Chris Williams restores Mustangs for a living.
Now a 64 and a half Mustang convertible he fixed up for his brother is on a U-S postage stamp, part of a special 1960's set released tomorrow.
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((I DON'T KNOW BUT I'M PRETTY PROUD. YOU ALWAYS WANT YOUR LINK WITH THE FUTURE BUT I DON'T KNOW. WE FEEL PRETTY HONORED TO HAVE THAT CAR ON A STAMP. IT'S PRETTY UNUSUAL.))
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Williams says Mustangs were special for their sporty styling, economic value and long list of options.
His customers hail from Guam to Jordan.
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