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NATION/WORLD
School bus shooting

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were unsure of a
motive.
Police were also
uncertain whether
Kyunia Taylor,
who was sitting in
the first seat inside
thedoor on her way
to school, had been

"The baby s
outcome is in
doubt"'
.- Timothy Buchanan

continued to
beat,there wasno
oxygen going to
the baby or to the
baby's brain"
said Dr. Timothy
Buchanan, who
delivered the
baby. "The

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targeted or was
shot at random.
The shooting took place shortly be-
fore 7 a.m. when the small bus carry-
ing the driver and three students pulled
up to its regular stop. When the door
opened, the gunman stepped inside
and asked if the bus was going to
Beaumont High School. The driver
said yes.
"It was very swift," Police Chief Ron
Henderson said last night. "He walked
up the steps and shot the driver, and
then he shot the young lady."
The gunman looked at the other two
girls, but didn't try to harm them,
Henderson said. They were helping
police with a description of the suspect.
The 60-year-old bus driver, Richard
Lanemann, was in serious condition
with three gunshot wounds.

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cant yesterday morning. A crying girl
was escorted to an office by two adults.
Security was already tight - all stu-
dents must pass through a metal detec-
tor each day - but it appeared that
movement was also being restricted:
Principal Floyd. Crues announced
Taylor's death over the public address
system. "At the moment we have our
counseling crisis management staff in
placeto deal with the students and staff,"
Crues said.
Taylor entered school there in Sep-
tember. Few people knew she was preg-
nant, Crues said.
Freshman Rhonda Palmer said Tay-
lor was the third student from Beau-
mont killed this year.

bay's outcome
is in doubt."
At the school, halls were mostly va-

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WASHINGTON -The representa-
tives of every major production studio,
cable company and broadcast televi-
sion network met with President Clinton
at the White House for more than two
hours yesterday and committed to put
warning labels on violent and sexually
explicit TV programs.
Clinton hailed the agreement to create
a new ratings regime for virtually all
television programming, combined with
new "V-chip" technology, as a "break-
through" that will give parents more con-
trol over their children's TV viewing.
"We're handing the TV remote con-
trol back to America's parents so that
they can pass on their values and pro-
tect their children," Clinton exulted fol-
lowing the first White House summit
meeting of its kind on television vio-
lence.
But the president made clear he be-
lieves the ratings system, while neces-
sary, was only a modest first step to-
ward improving the content of pro-
gramming beamed into American liv-
ing rooms.
"It is not enough for parents to be
able to tune out what they don't want
their children to watch," Clinton said.
"They want to be able to tune in good
programs that their children will watch."
Participants described the session as
"historic" and friendly, but industry of-
ficials showed the strains ofbeingdriven
to a "voluntary" ratings system under
political pressure and legal duress.
They also complained about the size
of the task that confronts them between
now and next January, when they prom-
ise to have the new ratings regime in
place.
The typical 72-channel cable TV sys-
tem broadcasts more than 600,000 hours
of programming a year, most of which
will have to be rated and encoded for
use with the V-chip, which allows par-
ents to screen out objectionable pro-

grams.
Under the agreement announced yes-
terday, only news and sports programs
will be exempt from the ratings require-
ment.
Industry execu-
tives, who met with
House Speaker
Newt Gingrich (R-
Ga.) at the Capitol
before caravaning
to the White House,
took pains to assert
that they were act-
ing voluntarily on
the ratings system
but would brookno
Clinton further government
intrusion into their
artistic and First Amendment freedoms.
The voluble Jack Valenti, president
of the Motion Picture Association of
America, says while the entertainment
industry has been demonized for pol-
luting American culture, the answer is
not more regulation but anational moral
renaissance.
"I will say this," Valenti intoned in
the East Room as Clinton and Vice
President Gore looked on, "absent that
kind of moral regeneration, in the home
and in the family and in the school and
in the church, frankly, no ratings sys-
tem, however purposeful; no V-chip or
electronic device; and no government
law is going to salvage that child's
conduct or locate a lost moral core."
Valenti began with an outline of how
the industry intends to design and imple-
ment the ratings system. He said indi-
vidual distributors of programming
would rate theirproducts accordingto a
system modeled on the 27-year-old
MPAA movie ratings scale.
The industry will also create aratings
review board that periodically will re-
view the operation of the system to
ensure it is being applied consistently
by production studios.

grader, in the chest. She was dead on
arrival at the hospital.
Doctors delivered her baby by
Caesarean section. The 3-pound gitl
appeared to be one to three months
premature.
"The fact that the mom had been
dead for a period of time meant that
although the baby's heart may have

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Los Angeles Times
CHERNOBYL, Ukraine - Ihor
Shokhalevich recalls the autumn
evening he spotted a boar munching on
apples outside the local drugstore.
"He wasn't bothering anyone," the
Ukrainian biochemist says, smiling at
the incongruous image of a tusked pig
in what had been the center ofa bustling
district until the Chernobyl nuclear re-
actor exploded 10 years ago this April.
Since 135,000 people were evacuated in
the disaster's aftermath, there haven't been
many people for a boar to bother in the
highly contaminated "Zone of Alienation"

also more roebucks, wolves, foxesot-
ters and rodents than outside the zone's
139-mile perimeter.
"And there are no monsters!" insists
ecologist Vitaly Gaichenko.
No live monsters, at least. "If wild
animals are weak, they die," he says.
That so many creatures are flourish-
ing leads Gaichenko and other scien-
tists to the conclusion that for wildlife,
the benefits of a human-free environ-
ment can outweigh even the biological
costs of radiation.
No more than 10,000 people are in
the entire zone on a given day. And

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