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Coming up ..... The bodies of the American soldiers killed in Yemen from an alleged terrorist attack begin their long trip home.
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And...a Southside community reflects as one of their own is among those killed on the U-S-S Cole.

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The bodies of Americans soldiers killed on the USS Cole in Yemen are on their way home.
An investigation into the bombing has already begun.
Jennifer Jones has the latest.
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[SUPER=01-Jennifer Jones/CBS News; 1:10]
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(( LOCATOR: NORFOLK, VA
HARDLY A CELEBRATION: IN NORFOLK VIRGINIA, JETS FLEW OVERHEAD TO MARK THE NAVYS 225TH BIRTHDAY... ON THE SAME DAY THE BODIES OF AMERICAN SOLDIERS BEGAN THEIR LONG TRIP HOME FROM YEMEN...THE VICTIMS OF AN APPARENT TERRORIST ATTACK ON THE USS COLE.
SUPER: RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, GERMANY
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THE FALLEN SERVICEMEN, ARRIVED IN FLAG DRAPED CASKETS AT RAMSTEIN AIR FORCE BASE... IT IS A GRIM SCENE THAT IS LIKELY TO BE REPEATED. INVESTIGATORS ARE STILL LOOKING FOR SEVERAL OTHER SAILORS - ASSUMED DEAD, BUT FOR THEIR RELATIVES--THERE IS STILL HOPE:

MOS SOT


FBI TEAMS ARE ON THE GROUND ALREADY IN YEMEN... SO FAR--NO ONE HAS CLAIMED RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE APPARENT SUICIDE BOMBING.... THE BOMB OBLITERATED THE SMALL BOAT WHICH PULLED UP NEXT TO THE COLE -- AND TORE A FORTY FOOT HOLE INTO THE WARSHIP.

SOT: ADM. VERN CLARK/CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS

this kind of attack could not have been conducted without a great deal of planning, knowledge of when ship was going to arrive.
STANDUP))

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A Southside man is among the sailors killed on the U-S-S Cole.
Timothy Saunders was a Ringgold native and an 11 year veteran of the Navy.
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In Pittsylvania County, friends, family and neighbors took a moment before Dan River High School's football game last night to remember Saunders.
Earlier in the day, Surae Chinn talked to his family.
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[Saunders]


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[SUPER=01-Felecia Saunders/Victim's Sister; :18]
[SUPER=01-Clarissa Knight/Dan River H. S. Principal; 1:01]
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(( He was more than the sailor who enlisted 11 years ago and died aboard the U-S-S Cole. He was a man married to Jacqueline with two daughters. 32 year old Timothy Saunders came from this small town of Ringgold and leaves behind a sister who can't believe he's gone.
[SOT 1:59:25]

((FELECIA SAUNDERS/VICTIM'S SISTER: IT'S LIKE A SHOCK RIGHT NOW. IT'S A NIGHTMARE. I FEEL LIKE I'LL WAKE UP AND IT WOULD ALL BE OVER WITH. I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO BELIEVE.)) [RUNS:15]
She couldn't believe it when the two Navy officers parked their car and came to the door last night.
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((FELECIA SAUNDERS/VICTIM'S SISTER: THEY CAME IN AND SAT HER DOWN AND TOLD US TIM WAS ONE OF THE MEN WHO WAS FOUND DEAD.)) [RUNS: 08]
Since then the news has sent a string of shock waves through Timothy's hometown. He went to high school at Dan River. He played varsity football track and wrestling. The principal there Clarissa Knight remembers teaching timothy in her chorus class.
[SOT 13:45:15]

((CLARISSA KNIGHT/DAN RIVER HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL; IT JUST SHOWS THAT IT DOESN'T MATTER WHER YOU COME FROM. SOMETHING SO GLOBAL CAN HIT A PLACE LIKE RINGGOLD IT'S PRETTY AMAZING. IT LEAVES A TREMENDOUS IMPACT.)) [RUNS:15]))
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[Ghost-Tour]


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It's not too soon to start planning your Halloween activities. If you're looking for something that will put you in the holiday mood but won't scare you silly, look no further than the Salem Museum's Ghost Walk. Shannon Young gives us a preview in this week's "Time Off."
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[SUPER=01-"William McCauley"/Late Professor; :00]
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[IN Q=How do you do?]

((How do you do? My name is William McCaughley, professor of English at Roanoke College. I'm here to welcome you to our town's fair cemetery.)) [RUNS 10]
[OUT Q=town's fair cemetery.]

William McCaughley is the first person you'll meet should you decide to spend the Thursday night before Halloween among the gravestones at the Salem Cemetery. ???????? The well-known historian is actually played by Lon Savage, one of the volunteers who'll bring many of those buried in the cemetery to life.
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[IN Q=I died in...]

((I died in 1908 but on October 26th I and others, we will rise from our graves to welcome you to the cemetery and give you stories of Salem's history.)) [RUNS 15]
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[IN Q=Our mission is...]

((Our mission is to teach about local history so we thought, what better way to tell the story of the town than to get the people who experienced it to rise from their graves and explain what happened.)) [RUNS 12]
[OUT Q=explain what happened.]

John Long is the curator at the Salem Museum. His goal is to create an event spooky enough to draw Halloween fans, but not so frightening that the stories get lost.

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[IN Q=Just to be...]

((Just to be in a cemetery at night in October is alot of fun, and these cemeteries have a beautiful, spectacular view.)) [RUNS 06]
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[IN Q=iT'S NOT A...]

((It's not a scary event at all. It's a historical re-enactment event and it's very educational so I encourage you to bring the kids out for it.)) [RUNS 07]
[OUT Q=out for it.]

The candlelight tour takes about an hour to an hour and a half. Along the way you'll meet a handful of soldiers whose stories add color to a number of different military conflicts.
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[IN Q=One of our...]

((One of our most popular ghosts is General Andrew Lewis, a Revolutionary War general who lived not too far from here. And back by popular demand are the four Deyerley brothers. One served in the Mexican War, three served in the Civil War and they're gonna have a reunion here in the cemetery.)) [RUNS 16]
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[IN Q=The Ghost Walk...]

((The Ghost Walk takes place only one night a year, but if you miss it, not to worry. There's plenty to see across the street, here, at the Salem Museum.)) [RUNS 07]
[OUT Q=the Salem Museum.]

Upstairs, check out some of the clothing and linens early Salemites might have used. Or learn about the hardships associated with Civil War life. Downstairs, the latest rotating exhibit features local artists' visions of Salem during all four seasons. If you like a piece, keep it in mind. It'll go up for auction after the end of the year. Finally, if you hear the ghosts calling you to walk the cemetery this Halloween, give the museum a call. Tour spots are by reservation only.
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[IN Q=We look forward...]

((We look forward to seeing you there.)) [RUNS 02]
[OUT Q=seeing you there.]

Shannon Young, News 7, Salem.))
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The circuit judge who's been asked to solve the problems of speed and death on I- 81 has agreed to give the state more time to gather evidence.
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A hearing had been set for later this month, in the case Attorney Richard Lawrence brought against state highway officials.
The state prevailed upon Judge Richard Pattissall to wait for the results of a study being conducted by researchers at Virginia Tech.
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((THE COURT IS AWARE OF THE ECONOMICS. THE COURT IS AWARE OF THE INCONVENIENCE. BUT THE PRIMARY CONCERN OF THE COURT IS THE SAFETY OF THE PUBLIC.))
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The Tech study won't be completed before December, so it may be next year before Judge Pattisall actually considers the merits of the case.

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Roanoke City Council may decide the future of Wiley Drive on Monday.
On Friday city manager Darlene Burcham released her report recommending the road be reopened to two way traffic.
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For the last two years the road that runs through Smith Park has been closed to traffic.
During that time residents have taken advantage of the traffic-free, scenic road... riding bikes and jogging on it.
Former Mayoral Candidate and community activist Duane Howard says it will be a great loss to Roanoke if Wiley Drive IS re-opened.
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[IN Q=by keeping]

((DUANE HOWARD/COMMUNITY ACTIVIST: BY KEEPING THE PARK CLOSED PEOPLE ARE COMING IN FROM THE SUBURBS THEY ARE USING THE PARK AND SPEND THEIR MONEY IN ROANOKE IT'S A FUTURE QUALITY ISSUE.))
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In the report, Burcham says her recommendation to reopen the road was based on views expressed at public workshops.
Folks who want to keep Wiley Drive closed will hold a rally at Smith Park today at noon.
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[VMI-Arson]


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There's a second suspect in the arson case at Virginia Military Institute.
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Twan Redmond was indicted this week. The former V-M-I cadet is charged with arson and perjury.
The feds say he lied about his own involvement and whether he knew Danny Payne had a hand in setting the fire on barracks.
John Daniel Payne has already pled guilty.
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Authorities believe the two men were upset over the way two of their fellow cadets had been drummed out of the corps. Redmond's BROTHER was one of those expelled that night ...in May, 1998.

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Shaquille O'Neal singed a three year contract extension with the Lakers. Los Angeles will pay 88 and a half million dollars to last year's NBA MVP.
It's the largest deal allowed under the league's collective bargaining agreement.
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[SUPER=03-Seattle, WA/NBC Sports;]


In major league baseball, Chuck Knoblauch gave the Yankees a little breathing room last night. His single up the middle scores a run and it's five - two New York in the ninth.
David Justice gets a single to right for two more runs and the Yankees beat Seattle eight to two and hold a two games to one lead in the best of seven American League Championship Series.
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New York is in Seattle again tonight for game four of the series.
In the National League, Saint Louis plays the Mets this afternoon in New York.

The Mets have a two games to none lead in that series.[WeekendCalen]


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If you're still looking to fill your schedule this weekend, here's some ideas from the weekend calendar.
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In today's Weekend Diner - News 7 Business Reporter Jen Miele is cooking up festive fall veggies...
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If you want Jen's Squash recipe or any recipe you see on Weekend Diner check out our web site at WDBJ-7-dot com - just click on Weekend Diner.
Or you can send us a self-addressed, stamped envelope at... ( Ad lib address -- toss to break)
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Coming up......American officials and Mideast leaders continue to talk of peace but the violence continues between the Palestinians and the Israelis.
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[Middle-East]


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Yasser Arafat has agreed to attend a summit aimed at ending the Mideast violence.
The Palestinian leader apparently dropped his demand for an international commission to investigate the bloodshed.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak had considered such a condition a deal-breaker.
A top Arafat aide says Arafat agreed to the summit after learning that Barak had agreed to allow ``food and medicine into the Palestinian territories and the withdrawal of Israeli forces.''
Diplomats are trying to head off a full blown war in the Mideast, but the violence between the Israelis and Palestinians continues.
Kimberly Dozier reports from the center of the conflict.
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((IT'S NOT WAR ... BUT CLOSE
ACROSS ISRAEL IN THE PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES, PALESTINIAN RAGE.... MET ISRAELI FORCE.
IN JERUSALEM, SOLDIERS HEADED OFF TROUBLE AT A MOSQUE AT TEMPLE MOUNT ... BY LIMITING WORSHIPPERS TO MEN 45 AND OLDER.
POLICE ON HORSEBACK MOVED IN TO DISPERSE THE YOUNGER MEN ... AND UNDERCOVER AGENTS ARRESTED ALL WHO RESISTED.
IN GAZA, PALESTINIANS TOOK THE STREETS AFTER PRAYER SERVICES THERE.
AND IN RAMALLAH, GROUND ZERO OF ISRAELI RETALIATION FOR YESTERDAY'S MOB MURDER OF ITS SOLDIERS. THE YOUNG MEN HEADED FOR THE NEAREST ISRAELI OUTPOST.

NAT SOT...STONE THROWING/GUNS


((OC)) THIS IS RAMALLAH'S ANSWER TO ISRAEL'S ROCKET ATTACKS. THERE IS A JEWISH SETTLEMENT UP THERE. A PALESTINIAN NEIGHBORHOOD DOWN THERE ... AND AN ISRAELIS DEFENSE POSITION IN BETWEEN. THEY'VE BEEN TRADING LIVE FIRE ALL AFTERNOON. THE YOUNG PALESTINIAN MEN SAY THEY CAN KEEP THIS UP FOREVER.
NARR: THERE IS STILL TALK OF PEACE. AMERICAN OFFICIALS AND MIDEAST LEADERS HAVE BEEN ACTING AS GO-BETWEENS, TRYING TO KEEP THE TWO SIDES TALKING. THOUGH A WEEKEND SUMMIT IN EGYPT NOW SEEMS UNLIKELY. YASSER ARAFAT SAYS HE WON'T SIT DOWN WITH ISRAELIS UNTIL THEY REMOVE THEIR TROOPS FROM HIS TERRITORY.
ISRAEL'S LEADERSHIP SAYS IT MUST PROTECT ITS PEOPLE FROM PALESTINIAN MILITANTS .. CLAIMING AFARAT HAS GIVEN THEM A GREEN LIGHT FOR TERROR. LOCKED TOGETHER BY ANGER AND FEAR .. NEITHER SIDE TRUSTS ENOUGH RIGHT NOW TO STEP BACK FROM THE BRINK.
KIMBERLY DOZIER, CBS NEWS. ))


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40 more F-B-I agents and Defense Department specialists are due in Yemen today, joining a probe that began almost immediately after Thursday's deadly attack on the USS Cole.
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U-S officials believe suicide bombers blew up a small boat next to the destroyer, ripping a 40-by-40-foot hole at the water line.
Seventeen sailors were killed or are missing and presumed dead.
If it is an act of terrorism, the toll would make it the worst such attack on the U-S military since the bombing of an Air Force barracks in Saudi Arabia in 1996 that killed 19 military personnel.
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One of those men killed on the U-S-S Cole is from Southside Virginia. Timothy Saunders was a Ringgold native from Pittsylvania County.
Surae Chinn spent time yesterday with his family and friends.
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[SUPER=01-Felecia Saunders/Victim's Sister; :18]
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(( He was more than the sailor who enlisted 11 years ago and died aboard the U-S-S Cole. He was a man married to Jacqueline with two daughters. 32 year old Timothy Saunders came from this small town of Ringgold and leaves behind a sister who can't believe he's gone.
[SOT 1:59:25]

((FELECIA SAUNDERS/VICTIM'S SISTER: IT'S LIKE A SHOCK RIGHT NOW. IT'S A NIGHTMARE. I FEEL LIKE I'LL WAKE UP AND IT WOULD ALL BE OVER WITH. I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO BELIEVE.)) [RUNS:15]
She couldn't believe it when the two Navy officers parked their car and came to the door last night.
[SOT 1:57:33]

((FELECIA SAUNDERS/VICTIM'S SISTER: THEY CAME IN AND SAT HER DOWN AND TOLD US TIM WAS ONE OF THE MEN WHO WAS FOUND DEAD.)) [RUNS: 08]
Since then the news has sent a string of shock waves through Timothy's hometown. He went to high school at Dan River. He played varsity football track and wrestling. The principal there Clarissa Knight remembers teaching timothy in her chorus class.
[SOT 13:45:15]

((CLARISSA KNIGHT/DAN RIVER HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL; IT JUST SHOWS THAT IT DOESN'T MATTER WHER YOU COME FROM. SOMETHING SO GLOBAL CAN HIT A PLACE LIKE RINGGOLD IT'S PRETTY AMAZING. IT LEAVES A TREMENDOUS IMPACT.)) [RUNS:15]))
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[Cole-Virginians]


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In addition to Saunders, two other Virginians are believed dead as a result of the attack on the U-S-S Cole.
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[VO-NAT]


Hull Maintenance Technician Third Class Kenneth Eugene Clodfelter is from Mechanicsville.
The Navy listed him as missing.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=I want to]
[sot 29:30]

((GLORIA CLODFELTER/MOTHER: I WANT TO GET ON A PLANE SO BAD I CAN'T STAND IT, TO FLY OVER THERE AND SEE IF I CAN HELP IN SOME WAY. HELP THOSE POOR BOYS OUT BECAUSE IT'S JUST HARD. I CAN'T TAKE THE WAITING.))
[sot 29:45]

((JOHN CLODFELTER/FATHER: YOU ALWAYS HEAR ABOUT THESE THINGS HAPPENING. YOU SEEM THEM ON TV. BUT YOU DON'T REALLY THINK IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU I GUESS.))
[SUPER=01-Gloria Clodfelter/Mother; 06]
[SUPER=01-John Clodfelter/Father; :15]
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[OUT Q=I guess.]
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[SUPER=03-Norfolk/August;]


The U-S-S Cole sailed from Norfolk in August, bound for the Persian Gulf.
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The other Virginian is Sailor James Rodrick McDaniels of Norfolk.
The Navy reports he was killed in the blast.

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[BOTH MICS HOT]
Still to come on News 7 Saturday Morning.......some Ferrum College business students are getting a real life lesson at the Subway,
[ANCHOR=Leo]


and speaking of food, you may want to check your cupboards,
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[VO-NAT]

as a company issues another big recall of tainted taco shells. We'll have that in just a minute.. but first if you are traveling today........
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[Leo MIC hot] [ No 2-shot toss go straight to Travel Bump] [soft music under]

[Taco-Recall]


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Genetically engineered corn is prompting another recall, this time by the nation's biggest taco maker.
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[SUPER=03-Dallas, TX;]


Mission Foods is recalling all of its tortillas, taco shells and snack chips made with yellow-corn flour.
The corn, known as StarLink, is not approved for human consumption because of concerns it might cause allergic reactions.
Federal officials say the health risk, is remote.
The recall follows a decision earlier this week by Safeway to remove all of Mission's taco shells from its stores and an earlier recall of taco shells by Kraft Foods.
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[Ferrum-Subway]


[ANCHOR=Denise]
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A local college is giving its students a real meat and potato chips look at the real world of running a buisness.


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.;]

Recently Ferrum College bought a Subway sandwich shop then turned it over to students as a goldmine of business skills. Students run the books, hire and fire each other, and even design sandwiches you can only get at the Ferrum Subway -- like pizza and taco subs.
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[SOT 11:51:41]
[IN Q=We're able]

((SUE PLAISANCE/STUDENT MGR.: WE'RE ABLE TO TAKE ALL THE CLASSROOM SKILLS IN MARKETING, ACCOUNTING, BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND APPLY IT TO A WORKING SITUATION WHICH IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS.))
[SUPER=01-Sue Plaisance/Student Manager;]
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[OUT Q=opportunity for students]
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A Subway-trained supervisor makes sure students meet high food standards. They say they'll need customers from the community, not just the college, to keep the place going. College officials say they're not looking to make a profit. They treat this as an investment in the students.
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[Bartender-Pat]


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There's one record that's not in the Guinness Book of World Records and a bartender is going after it. Bartender Pat is trying to bartend in all 50 states. Kate Weidaw pulled up a bar stool last night to see what this bartender is all about.
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[SUPER=02-Pat Winning/"Bartender Pat"; :00]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :12]
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(([NAT SOUND OF PAT TALKING TO CUSTOMERS AND NAT SOUND OF POURING DRINK] [RUNS5]

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((BARTENDER PAT: I'VE ALWAYS BEEN A GYPSY AT HEART AND I ALWAYS ADMIRE THESE SENIORS WHEN THEY RETIRE AND GET OUT AND SEE THIS COUNTRY AND I SAID WHY SHOULD I WAIT UNTIL I'M 65.))
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[RUNS9]
After 30 years of bar tending in Colorado and California Bartender Pat thought it was time to see America. So 147 days ago she set out from California and headed east, her goal... to be the first bartender in the Guinness Book of World Records to sling drinks in all 50 states. So far she's hit 29.

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((I'M DRIVING A 33 FOOT MOTOR HOME AT 5 MILES TO THE GALLON.))
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After a day or two in one state she pulls out and heads to the next one. What she doesn't know is what bar she'll be pulling into.

[SOT 2:16:50]
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((IT'S WORD OF MOUTH AND REFERRAL AND HAVE THREE FOR ALASKA AND HAWAII.))
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During her journey some interesting people have pulled a stool up to her bar.

[SOT 2:18:38]
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((I'VE HAD MANY YOUNG AND DIRTY OLDER MEN WANT TO CRAWL INTO THE MOTOR HOME TO ACCOMPANY ME.))
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But she's making this mission on her own and hopes by the end of next year to end her journey in Hawaii with a drink in her hand and her name in the big book of world records. Kate Weidaw News 7 Roanoke.))