Up next on News 7 at eleven-
The FBI says its confident it will find whoever sabotaged an Amtrak
Train in Arizona.
We'll have the latest.
Hurricane Roxanne is bearing down on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula.
Plus three pot bellied pigs may wind up back in court.
News 7 is next.
The FBI is now investigating the derailment of Amtrak's Sunset Limited.
As Manuel Gallegus reports, authorities say they have several leads and a
nationwide search for clues is underway.
SUPER=01-Larry McCormick/FBI; 00
SUPER=03-Hyder, AZ; 09
SUPER=03-Phoenix, AZ; 48
SUPER=01-Burt Johnson/Trucker; 54
SUPER=01-Manuel Gallegus/CBS News; 1:15
OUT Q=Near Hyder, Arizona."
(((LARRY MCCORMICK/FBI: WE ARE CONFIDENT WE WILL FIND A SUSPECT.))
Criminal and transportation investigators expanded the search area around the
crash site..to look for any more possible
They do know the derailment was a deliberate act. 29 spikes were
removed from a section of rail in a curve over a 30 foot trestle. Notes
found nearby credit the "Sons of Gestapo" for the act.
Around the area heavy equipment was brought in to cut an access road..so
cranes could get into the silty remote desert site.
Undamaged cars will be
placed on the tracks..others will be hauled away. An amtrak employee 41-year
old Mitchell Bates is still the only person who was killed. Nearly one hundred
others were injured some of them critically. The FBI is not commenting on
another incident that happened in Phoenix overnight. A truck driver said he
woke up to see something suspicious.
((BURT JOHNSON/TRUCKER: I HEARD SOME TYPE OF NOISE AND RAN OUT TO SEE A COUPLE
OF SUSPICIOUS LOOKING PEOPLE CARRYING SOMETHING HEAVY FROM THE TRACKS.))
By the time the police got there the two men were gone, but the FBI did take
away some evidence.
MANUEL GALLEGUS/CBS NEWS:
NEAR HYDER, ARIZONA.)))
A man formerly from Danville was arrested in a South Carolina prison today.
He was charged with a five year old murder from Pittsylvania County.
42- year old Thomas Alvin Martin was lead into the Chatham jail around five-
He is accused of killing 41- year old Paul Nathaniel Deshazor of Ringgold.
Police discovered Deshazor's car burning on September 7th, 1990-- near
Six days later Deshazor's body was discovered nearby.
Authorities say he'd been shot several times.
Police aren't elaborating on what lead to the arrest.
IN Q=The State Police
((HAROLD PLASTER/PITTSYLVANIA CO. SHERIFF: THE STATE POLICE WITH THE
ASSISTANCE FROM PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE REALLY CONDUCTED A FIVE
YEAR INVESTIGATION OF THIS AND MY HATS TO THE STATE POLICE AND TO ALL THE
OFFICERS WHO WORKED ON THIS, TO BREAK A CASE THIS OLD AND NOW BE ABLE TO PUT
SOMEONE IN JAIL FOR IT.
J. R. RUHLAND/VA. STATE POLICE: ANYTIME THAT YOU HAVE A CASE THAT GOES OVER
THIS PERIOD OF TIME, YOU HAVE A PROBLEM WITH YOUR WITNESSES REMEMBERING WHAT
HAD OCCURRED THE NIGHT OF THE OFFENCE BUT ONCE YOU GET EVERYONE TOGETHER AND
THE INTERVIEWS TAKE PLACE THEN YOU KIND OF TICKLE THEIR MEMORY AND THEY CAN
REMEMBER WHAT HAPPENED.))
SUPER=01-Harold Plaster/Pittsylvania Co. Sheriff; :00
SUPER=01-J. R. Ruhland/Va. State Police; :18
OUT Q=tickle their memory.
Martin was serving time in a South Carolina federal prison on a firearms
A Richmond police officer has been cleared of criminal wrongdoing for
fatally shooting a man from Danville.
A grand jury made the decision today.
Officer Jeffrey Miles shot 21- year- old Marco Loney August 24th after a
Miles said he thought Loney was carrying a gun-- but no weapon was found.
A special prosecutor for the case says Miles had good reason to fear for
his life when he shot Loney.
Witnesses said Loney fled from police-- then reached into his waistband,
appearing to grab for a gun.
Officer Miles still faces a police review of the incident.
The owner of a Roanoke dog grooming business has filed a 16- million dollar
lawsuit against one of his former employees and Roanoke television station
The former employee accused Puppyland owner Chris Benson of abusing his
But Benson claims he was slandered.
His suit names the former employee, Channel 10 and its reporter Kris Lloyd.
Ron Jones reports.
IN Q=Chris Benson says
SUPER=01-Chris Benson/Puppyland Owner; :19
SUPER=01-Amy Martin/Former Employee; :35
SUPER=01-Barry M. Tatel/Puppyland Attorney; 1:11
OUT Q=Ron Jones, News 7, Roanoke.
(( Chris Benson opened Puppyland in 1971.
Last month he was accused by a former employee of abusing and killing his
Former employee, Amy Martin, says she witnessed the abuse for two and a half
Benson denies the accusations and says Martin is just a disgruntled employee
trying to ruin him.
SOT 13:18:28 (tape #1)
((CHRIS BENSON/PUPPYLAND OWNER: APPARENTLY SHE'S GOT AN AX TO GRIND WITH ME AND
THIS IS WHAT'S HAPPENED.))
Benson says the friction began when he discovered Martin gave his customer
list to a competitor.
He says when he asked her about it-- she walked off the job and went to work
for that competitor.
SOT 14:14:22 (Tape #2)
((AMY MARTIN/FORMER EMPLOYEE: WELL, THAT'S NOT TRUE, THE DAY I ENDED UP
QUITTING THERE I LEFT EARLY AND HE CALLED ME AT HOME AND WE GOT INTO IT OVER
THE PHONE. I QUIT AT THE MOMENT, I DID NOT PLAN IT SO I HAD NO CHANCE OF
GETTING ANY OF THE FILES.))
Martin sticks with her story that Benson abused the animals.
Benson is now suing Martin for slander. Also named in the lawsuit are
W-S-L-S, and reporter Kris Lloyd.
But are the charges true?
We spoke with someone who says his dog did die at Puppyland. But we also
spoke with those who were pleased with the service.
Benson's attorney accuses W-S-L-S of jumping the gun without getting all the
((BARRY M. TATEL/PUPPYLAND ATTORNEY: AS A RESULT OF THOSE NEWS BROADCAST MR.
BENSON AND PUPPYLAND HAS SUFFERED IRREPARABLE DAMAGE TO THEIR REPUTATION, TO
THEIR BUSINESS, TO THEIR STANDING IN THE COMMUNITY.))
Animal Control Officers say their investigation of Puppyland is still
Amy Martin refuses to comment on the law suit and W-S-L-S officials says
they may respond at a later date.
And Puppyland's attorneys say they'll seek the truth in court.
Ron Jones, News Seven, Roanoke.))
Rescue workers in Mexico continue to dig through the wreckage of a
They're searching for survivors
of an earthquake that's devastated much of Mexico's west coast.
At least 56 people are dead and more than 90 injured in Monday's
The force of the quake collapsed two hotels in Manzanillo- and destroyed
hundreds of homes.
Tourists are fleeing beachfront hotels on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula as
Hurricane Roxanne bears down.
The hurricane is now a Category Three storm with sustained winds of 115
It is battering Cozumel and is heading toward the Yucatan Peninsula of
Roxanne is moving to the west near 12 miles an hour.
HARD MUSIC UNDER
When News 7 returns, we'll look at Lynchburg's plan to revitalize its
and we'll tell you why residents of a group home for low income Roanokers are
in the dark tonight.
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After years of talking about it, Lynchburg has finally settled on a plan to
beautify its riverfront.
Backers say enhancing the waterfront will also create new business
Steve Smallshaw reports.
SUPER=01-Joe Freeman/Lynch's Ferry Authority; :18
SUPER=01-Richard Jacques/Economic Development Director;:47
OUT Q=News7, Lynchburg.
(( Admittedly, Lynchburg's riverfront area isn't much to look at now, but that
should all change within the next few years.
City Council Tuesday night approved the "Riverfront Master Plan" which will
put bike trails, amphitheaters and landscaped green areas where vacant lots and
railroad tracks sit today.
IN Q=What we really
((JOE FREEMAN/LYNCH'S FERRY AUTHORITY: WHAT WE REALLY WANT TO DO IS TAKE
ADVANTAGE OF THE RIVER AS A NATURAL SETTING. THIS PLAN DOES THAT, I THINK IT'S
WHAT PEOPLE LIKE, IT'S WHAT THEY COME DOWN TO THE RIVER FESTIVAL FOR AND WE
WANT TO ENHANCE THAT FOR PEOPLE.))
OUT Q=for people.
The city already has federal grant money in hand to buy up vacant railroad
property, and convert other land into a series of bike trails.
IN Q=So residents
((So residents can expect to see some major changes along Lynchburg's
riverfront within a year, and economic development officials say that should
also translate into big opportunities just a few blocks away.))
OUT Q=blocks away.
IN Q=That's always
((RICHARD JACQUES/ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR: THAT'S ALWAYS BEEN THE
STRATEGY OVERALL IS THAT WHEN THE CITY BEGINS TO PUT ITS MONEY INTO
INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS, IT HELPS TO SHOW THE FAITH, IF YOU WILL, IN THAT
AREA. THE PRIVATE SECTOR WILL FOLLOW THROUGH WITH INVESTMENTS ON ITS OWN, MUCH
LIKE IT'S DONE IN THE DOWNTOWN AREA.))
OUT Q=downtown area.
Jacques expects the city to acquire the necessary property by the end of the
Construction and grading should get underway by next spring.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))
In other action tonight, Lynchburg city council voted unanimously to allow
Halifax County to participate in the Blue Ridge Regional Jail project.
Budget cuts to higher education and the right to carry a concealed weapon
came to the forefront tonight in Blacksburg.
State Senator Madison Marye of Shawsville and Republican challenger Patrick
Cupp faced off in a debate at Virginia Tech.
Kimberly McBroom has the highlights.
IN Q=Both candidates
SUPER=01-Patrick Cupp/(R) State Senate Candidate; :12
SUPER=01-Sen. Madison Marye/(D) Shawsville; :31
OUT Q=News 7, Blacksburg
((Both state senate candidates challenged each other on everything from
abortion rights to welfare reform.
And while a modest crowd listened at Virginia Tech-- they kept returning to
the issue of cuts to higher education.
SOT TAPE 1 19:22:48
((PATRICK CUPP/R- STATE SENATE CANDIDATE: I'VE TOLD THE GOVERNOR THIS. I WOULD
NOT HAVE SUPPORTED CUTS TO VIRGINIA TECH AND THE EXTENSION SERVICE. I DON'T
KNOW HOW CLEARER I COULD BE ON THE MATTER.))
SUPER=01-Patrick Cupp/(R) State Senate Candidate;
Cupp meanwhile accused incumbent Senator Marye of approving cuts during the
But Marye says cuts made then were a result of the recession.
SOT tape 1 19:23:38
((SEN. MADISON MARYE/D- SHAWSVILLE: AND CUTS WERE MADE AND HAD TO BE MADE AND
THEY WERE MADE TO THE BONE. AND HERE WE'VE GOT ANOTHER ADMINISTRATION WITH A
RISING ECONOMY WHO CONTINUE TO WANT TO CUT AND CUT AND CUT TO THE BONE. ))
Another point both candidates targeted was Virginia's new concealed weapons
Marye says he opposes it-- while Cupp says he's in favor of it.
SOT tape 2 19:47:57
((SEN. MADISON MARYE/D- SHAWSVILLE: I THINK WE'VE COME TO A SAD PASS IN THIS
COUNTRY WHEN PRIVATE INDIVIDUAL CITIZENS HAVE TO ARM THEMSELVES TO GO TO THE
POST OFFICE, OR GO TO THE BANK, OR WALK AROUND THE STREETS. ))
SOT tape 2 19:50:15
((PATRICK CUPP/R- STATE SENATE CANDIDATE: YOU START PLAYING WITH THE SECOND
AMMENDMENT AND THE FIRST AMMENDMENT. WHAT'S NEXT? YOU'LL WANT A REASON FOR
GETTING UP OUT OF BED OR A REASON FOR DOING ANYTHING. YOU HAVE A RIGHT
SENATOR, YOU DON'T NEED A REASON.))
SOT stand up tape 3 20:19:09
((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: THE MOOD OF THE DEBATE KEPT CHANGING FROM LIGHT
HEARTED TO ANTAGONISTIC, AS THE CANDIDATES SOMETIMES ACCUSED EACH OTHER OF NOT
HAVING THEIR FACTS STRAIGHT. BUT THEY STILL MANAGED TO COVER A WIDE RANGE OF
ISSUES. KIMBERLY MCBROOM, NEWS 7, BLACKSBURG. ))
A state senator from Winchester has changed his mind and apologized for
comparing Virginia Democrats to Nazis.
Republican Senator Russ Potts had likened the Democratic party campaign in
Virginia to the "big lie" propaganda campaign of Nazi Germany.
Potts now calls those remarks "insensitive" and "a poor analogy."
Potts initially told Democrats he would NOT apologize.
Spoiled food and no hot water.
That's what some low-income Roanokers are facing right now because their
electricity's been cut-off.
Residents of the Justice House are without power because the bills haven't
About 50 people live at the Justice House and that includes children and
Many of the adults are on fixed incomes and buy their groceries only at the
beginning of the month.
IN Q=We have no
((JODY MATCHETT/JUSTICE HOUSE RESIDENT: WE HAVE NO ELECTRICITY OR NOTHING.
THERE'S PEOPLE HERE ON DISABILITY AND WHEELCHAIRS AND PEOPLE THAT HAVE KIDS.
THEY'RE GOING TO LOSE THEIR FOOD AND EVERYTHING. ))
SUPER=01-Jody Matchett/Justice House Resident;
OUT Q=food and everything.
Appalachian Power would not comment on whether the electricity would be
restored, but a spokesman did say the account was delinquent.
Justice House is owned by the Virginia Mennonite Board of Missions in
Our phone calls to the board and the board's attorney were not returned.
SOFT MUSIC UNDER
Still to come on News 7 at 11,
We'll tell you why three little pigs may have to find a new home somewhere
outside the Vinton town limits.
MUSIC UP FULL
Wythe County residents who've been fighting a private prison have another
week to wait.
The Department of Corrections says it wants to interview all eight companies
competing to build the state's second private facility.
Corrections Corporation of America lost out on the contract for a medium
But it's now proposed the same site in Wythe County for a thousand bed
minimum security facility.
That's despite some vehement local opposition.
Corrections officials say they'll narrow the list down to a few sites next
Three pot-bellied pigs remain at the center of a dispute in the town of
Town officials have given Emma and Gerald Saunders until Thursday to remove
the animals from their property.
The Saunders successfully challenged the town's animal control ordinance in
But last week town council amended the law and added pigs to the list of
IN Q=The kids are going to march on
((EMMA SAUNDERS/VINTON RESIDENT: THE KIDS ARE GOING TO MARCH ON SATURDAY AND
I'M HOPING PEOPLE OUT THERE COME OUT AND FIGHT FOR THESE PIGS, BECAUSE TODAY
IT'S MY PIGS. TOMORROW IT COULD BE YOUR'S.))
SUPER=01-Emma Saunders/Vinton Resident;
OUT Q=could be yours.
The family is planning another appeal to town council on Tuesday, but it
appears that the dispute is headed back to court.
Lots going on tonight including Express exhibition highlights, the battle for
the New River rock in Radford.
Plus baseball stuff from the majors, and Roy Stanley with the weekly Tech
After the abbreviated scoreboard.
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Sports chyron motion
IN Q=first score
take a break
The Roanoke Express, which plays its regular season opener this Friday night,
completed an unbeaten preseason last night by coming from behind to whip
Hampton Roads 4 to 3 at the Roundhouse.
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Admirals vs. Express; :00
After posting two exhibition wins on the road the Express skated into the
Civic Center full of confidence.
But Hampton would shoot a few holes in the Roanoke Armor as the Admirals
scored two times in the first period and once more early in the second to grab
3-to-nothing lead. David St. Pierre gets this one at first period buzzer.
But Roanoke did not roll over and quit.
Ilya Dubkov passes over the Jeff Jablonski who gets the comeback started as
Roanoke cut the lead to 2-to-1.
The two would switch roles a couple of minutes later, and Jablonski gets the
assist to Dubkov from behind the
net, as Roanoke comes back from a 3-nothing deficit to demote the Admirals
four to 3.
Richmond comes to town Friday night for the regular season opener.
After spending the last three years in Blacksburg, the New River Rock found
a new home last night. Radford defeated Virginia Tech in mens soccer; thus
earning the Highlanders rights to the boulder that symbolizes the rivalry
between the two schools.
SUPER=03-Radford/Hokies vs. Highlanders; :00
A full moon loomed overhead as the cross town rivals geared up for what
turned out to be a defensive battle.
Neither team scored in regulations and the goalies from both Radford and
Tech combined for 13 saves.
The Highlanders finally got on the board in overtime in the 99th minute.
Radford's Eric Rarus heads the ball in for a 1-nothing lead.
The difference proved to be Highlander senior Ian Spooner. He
scored two goals and had an assist in the second overtime to lead Radford past
the Hokies 4-1.
The Highlanders keep the rock and improve to 10-1 and 1 on the season while
Tech falls to 5-7 and 2.
IN Q=Tech's a good
((SPENCER SMITH/RADFORD HEAD COACH:))
((JERRY CHEYNET/VIRGINIA TECH HEAD COACH:))
SUPER=01-Spencer Smith/Radford Head Coach; :00
SUPER=01-Jerry Cheynet/Virginia Tech Head Coach; :15
OUT Q=...rocks all about"
The Atlanta Braves are now one game up in the National League championship
It took 11 innings to do it, but they beat the Cincinatti Reds last night
SUPER=03-Cincinnati, OH/ABC-TBN; :00
36 thousand fans and 15 thousand empty seats showed up to watch game one.
And in the fourth inning they would see the Reds finally get on the board
with Barry Larkin scoring on Ron Gant's infield single. 1-to-nothing Reds.
It stayed that way until the top of the ninth when the Braves David Justice
SUPER=35-Atlanta/==2/Cincinnati/==1/Braves Lead Series 1-0;;
hit into a force at second, that allowed Chipper Jones to score from third.
Atlanta managed to score again in the 11th taking Game one 2-1.
The Indians and Mariners hooked up in the American League championship series
opener last night in Seattle.
SUPER=03-Seattle, WA/ABC-TBN; :00
Rookie Dennis Wolcott was on the mound for the Mariners, and
he would get some help in the second from Mike Flowers, who rips this Dennis
Martinez offering over the centerfield fence. Jay Buhner scores and its
Albert Belle, the man who hit 50 homers during the regular season tied it in
the top of the seventh with this mammoth solo shot to center.
SUPER=35-Cleveland/==2/Seattle/==3/Mariners Lead Series 1-0;
The Mariners would go back in front in the bottom of the seventh.
They go on to beat the Indians 3-to-2
The Miami Dolphins today waived veteran wide receiver Ricky
Sanders to make room on the roster for quarterback Doug Pederson.
Sanders was signed by the Dolphins as a free agent on July 13th
and appeared in four preseason games for the club.
But he was inactive for all five regular season games.
The former member of the Posse in DC says he's uncertain whether or not to
retire to try his luck elsewhere.
GRAPHIC=HIGH SCHOOL TOP 10
Two members of the Wild West continue to lead the way in this week's
Associated Press top 10 high school football in group three-A.
Unbeatens E.C. Glass and G.W. Danville, who play next Friday night at City
stadium in Lynchburg are tied for the top spot in the state in Triple-A.
In Group Two-A unbeaten William Campbell is third, Salem is fourth, William
Byrd is sixth and Amherst seventh.
Fieldale-Collinsville, which hosts Martinsville Friday is ninth and once
beaten Jefferson Forest is tenth.
In group-a. Giles, which plays Radford Friday night is still number one, with
Bath County 8th. The Chargers play fifth ranked Stuarts Draft Friday night.
Still to come tonight, Roy Stanley checks in from Blacksburg with our regular
Tuesday night Hokie update.
Plus, we'll go racing in Thailand tonight, where horsepower can't hold a
candle to buffalo power.
Virginia Tech's 14 to nothing victory over Navy marked the Hokies first
shutout since the 1989 season.
The Hokie defense is nationally ranked while on offense the Hokies have
yet to live up to their expectations.
Roy Stanley has more.
IN Q=First audio
SUPER=03-Annapolis, MD/Saturday; :00
SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Tech Head Coach; :18
SUPER=01-Dwayne Thomas/Tech Tailback; :50
SUPER=01-Chris Malone/Tech Offensive Lineman; 1:08
OUT Q=......news 7 sports."
((The problem on offense is inconsistency. For example, The Hokies have scored
just seven points in the first quarter of play in 1995.
The experience and talent is there but the Hokies execution is not.))
((FRANK BEAMER/TECH HEAD COACH: OUT OF THE 21 GUYS THAT PLAYED ON OFFENSE, 17
BROKE DOWN ONE OR MORE TIMES DURING THE BALLGAME, AND THEY WERE THE REASON WHY
THIS PLAY WAS NOT SUCCESSFUL, AND THAT'S WAY TOO MANY. THEN WE WENT BACK TO
THOSE VERY, VERY FEW MENTAL MISTAKES. THERE WERE PHYSICAL MISTAKES))
((Beamer says the offense seems to react better when its back is against the
Last week in the closing minutes of the game against the Midshipmen the
Hokies went 85 yards on a drive for a touchdown in the 14 to nothing win over
((DWAYNE THOMAS/TECH TAILBACK: WE USUALLY GO OUT THERE ON OUR FIRST DRIVE, AND
JUST RUN DOWN PEOPLE'S ROWS AND GET INTO THE END-ZONE ON THAT FIRST DRIVE. AND
THAT RIGHT THERE JUST BLEW THE CONFIDENCE OF THE WHOLE TEAM FOR THE REST OF
THE GAME. SO I FEEL THAT WE LACK ON THAT FIGHT NOW. SO I FEEL WE COME OUT IN
THAT FIRST DRIVE, EVERYBODY GET THEMSELVES TOGETHER AND GET MOTIVATED FOR THAT
FIRST DRIVE, AND WE PUT SOME POINTS ON THE BOARD IN THE BEGINNING OF THE GAME,
THEN IT WILL DEFINITELY HELP US OUT FOR THE REST OF THE GAME))
((CHRIS MALONE/TECH OFFENSIVE LINEMAN: WELL THE SITUATION WHEN WE HAVE TO
PRESS, AND THE ONLY THING THAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU START PRESSING IS BAD THINGS,
AND THAT'S HARD FOR US TO DO, AND WE HOPE WE MATURE ENOUGH TO KNOW THAT
PRESSING IS NOT THE ANSWER, WE JUST NEED TO PLAY WITHIN OURSELVES, AND YOU KNOW
THINGS WILL WORK OUT))
((ROY STANDUP: ANOTHER OUTSTANDING DEFENSIVE SHOWING FOR VIRGINIA TECH. THE
HOKIES POSTED 8 QUARTERBACK SACKS AND HELD NAVY'S NATIONALLY RANKED OFFENSE TO
209 TOTAL YARDS. IN BLACKSBURG, ROY STANLEY NEWS 7 SPORTS.))
The Winston Cup cars are off this week, but the Martinsville Speedway is set
to host a big Late Modal stock car extravaganza on Sunday with the Taco Bell
SUPER=03-Chonburi, Thailand; :00
But folks this is real racing! Welcome to Thailand, the only place in the
world that holds water buffalo races.
For more than 100 years, races have been held in this small town 77
kilometers south of Bangkok.
This year more than 5000 fans watched 159 buffaloes race on the 120 meter
Amazingly the one ton animals cover the distance in 11 seconds.
SOFT MUSIC UNDER
There's more News 7 still to come,
we'll meet a employee of Salem's G-E plant who is using his musical skills to
earn money for charity.
MUSIC UP FULL
General Electric has a volunteer group some 35- thousand strong-
It's called the Elfun (ELF-unn) Society.
Now an employee at the Salem G-E plant has won its most prestigious honor,
New Elfun of the Year.
Warren Kurtz received two- thousand dollars to give to the charity of his
He gave it to the Turning Point Shelter for Abused Women and Children.
Kurtz won the award for producing a cassette of songs about domestic
Proceeds go to the shelter.
IN Q=This is definitely
((WARREN KURTZ/NEW ELFUN OF THE YEAR: THIS IS DEFINITELY UNIQUE TO THE ELFUN
SOCIETY. IT'S THE FIRST TIME WE'VE HAD A PRODUCT AS SUCH. GENERALLY WE'VE HAD
VOLUNTEERING AND WE HELP OTHER GROUPS.))
SUPER=01-Warren Kurtz/New Elfun of the Year;
OUT Q=help other groups.
The tape's available in local stores.