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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning.......
Terrorist attacks in the Middle East have a deadly outcome.
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And a local group is helping the troops in Afghanistan stay warm this winter. we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.


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Violence erupts in the Middle East with a series of terrorist attacks in Jerusalem.
The latest -- a suicide bomber sets offs explosives on a bus in the northern Israeli city of Haifa (HY-fuh).
The blast killed 10 people and wounded 40 others.
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This comes just 12 hours after two suicide bombers blew themselves up in the pedestrian mall in downtown Jerusalem. Ten people were killed and more than 150 injured. [5:00:30] As police and medical teams were treating the victims --a car bomb went off. The Israeli government is blaming Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat for the attacks because it says he is not doing anything to fight terrorism.
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((WE WOULD LIKE HIM TO FIGHT TERRORISM..... HE'S NOT DOING IT))
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Arafat condemned the attacks and expressed his anger and pain. He's accusing those responsible for trying to de-rail the latest U-S peace intiative.
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The war on Terrorism continues in Afghanistan. Both the Northern Alliance and U-S Marines are preparing for what could be the final battle against the Taliban.
Chris Lawrence has the latest.
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(((NAT AIRSTRIKES)
From the air, U-S warplanes bombed Taliban targets around KANDAHAR, as panicked residents ran for their lives. Some Afghan villagers say the warplanes killed hundreds of civilians, but the Pentagon says thats not true.

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The Marines have seized an airport near Kandahar. And say they're ready to do what it takes to capture the city.

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"This is what the American people want, for us to go in and get these guys. I represent them, and we're ready to go."
Now comes word that Osama bin Laden is not hiding in the caves of Tora Bora. The Northern Alliance says he and his al-Qaida followers have moved into the hills.

(DR. ABDULLAH ABDULLAH/NORTHERN ALLIANCE)

He is in southern Afghanistan, still in southern Afghanistan and his people are active still.

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Here at home, President Bush had no favorites at the Army-Navy football game. But told cadets and midshipmen their biggest battles are still to come.

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A lot of young men on the playing field will end up in the theatre, whether in Afghanistan, or somewhere else.

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After five days of haggling, peace talks are coming to an end. The Northern Alliance says its ready to transfer power to a UN-backed transitional council, and their leader would not be the head of that new group.
Chris Lawrence, CBS News, Washington.))

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A local group is trying to keep the heat on the Taliban by keeping our allies warm.
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A group calling itself the Virginia Citizens Militia held a clothing drive yesterday in Vinton.
They're collecting gloves, boots, and first aid kits to help the Northern Alliance make it through the harsh winters in Afghanistan.
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((DONALD DOYLE/VIRGINIA CITIZENS MILITIA: I SPENT FOUR YEARS IN THE AIR FORCE UP IN ALASKA SO I KNOW WHAT COLD WEATHER IS LIKE, HOW IT IS TRYING TO OPERATE IN COLD WEATHER ENVIRONMENT SO I CAME UP WITH THE IDEA AND SOME OF THE OTHER GUYS AND SAID HEY LETS LOCALLY LETS GO AHEAD AND COLLECT SOME GEAR AND SEND IT UP THERE TO THEM.))
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The group has contacted Senator John Warner's office - which has agreed to help get the materials over to Afghanistan.
Members of the citizens militia also reached the Northern Alliance by phone but got disconnected a few seconds later.

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[BOTH MICS HOT] If you are still looking for that perfect present to put under the tree - we have just the thing for you
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Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning.......
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We'll show you how you can take a hands on approach to giving a gift from the heart.
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... There is more terrorist activity over seas...this time in the Middle East.
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And Chatham residents celebrated the holiday season and their history yesterday.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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At least 20 people have been killed and hundreds of others injured in several terrorists attacks in Jerusalem.
The latest this morning --when a suicide bomber set off explosives on a bus.
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[5:11:52]
This comes just 12 hours after two suicide bombers blew themselves up in the pedestrian mall in downtown Jerusalem. Ten people were killed and more than 150 injured. [5:00:30] As police and medical teams were treating the victims --a car bomb went off. The Israeli government is blaming Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat for the attacks because it says he is not doing anything to fight terrorism.
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((WE WOULD LIKE HIM TO FIGHT TERRORISM..... HE'S NOT DOING IT))
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Arafat condemned the attacks and expressed his anger and pain. He's accusing those responsible for trying to de-rail the latest U-S peace intiative.
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There's nothing like the good 'ol days. That's why residents in Chatham like to celebrate Christmas the old fashion way.
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Yesterday, the town held its annual Christmas in Colonial Chatham celebration.
Several area residents decorated their homes and opened their doors to the public for tours.
Some even dressed up in period costumes and entertained the crowds with historical re-enactments.
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((KITTY TURNER; I THINK ITS AN EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR THE YOUNG CHILDREN COMING UP WHO HAVE NEVER EXPERIENCED ANYTHING LIKE THIS. THAT'S WHAT I ENJOY ABOUT IT, IT BRINGS BACK MEMORIES THAT I REMEMBER AS A CHILD THAT I WOULD LIKE TO SHARE WITH THE YOUNGER CHILDREN TODAY.))
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The event also featured carriage rides and an appearance by Old Saint Nick. This year's Colonial celebration attracted nearly a thousand people.
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And it may not feel like Christmas - but the holiday spirit was also in full swing in the New River Valley yesterday.

Dozens gathered in Dublin-- for that town's Christmas parade as well.
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[BOTH MICS HOT] Pictures can tell a million words -
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning
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We'll show you how some photographers used images of Roanoke to help write history... But first if you are traveling today........ [Jacey ad-lib the travel forecast -- WX PRO]
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O. Winston Link was responsible for many of the most famous images of the Norfolk and Western Railway.
But other photographers also turned their lenses toward the tracks and captured an impressive record of the railroad.
In this week's Virginia Profile, Joe Dashiell introduces us to the staff photographers of the Norfolk and Western Railway.
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((They rarely received individual credit, but the photographers of the Norfolk and Western Railway snapped thousands of photographs... from industrial scenes in the Roanoke shops to scenic landscapes on the N&W line.
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[IN Q=They documented everything]

((DARLENE RICHARDSON/VA. MUSEUM OF TRANSPORTATION: THEY DOCUMENTED EVERYTHING FROM EQUIPMENT TO PEOPLE, TO PLACES TO EVENTS AND THE NORFOLK AND WESTERN HAS A GREAT HISTORICAL RECORD BECAUSE OF THOSE PHOTOGRAPHERS.))
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[OUT Q=because of those photographers.]


The railroad established the photo department in 1916.
Bryan Beard signed on two years later, and lead the department for more than 40 years until his retirement in 1964.
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[IN Q=He's listed as master photographer]

((DON PIEDMONT:))
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[OUT Q=liked him enormously.]


Don Piedmont was assistant editor of the Norfolk and Western Magazine in the early 50s... and he holds fond memories of the assignments he shared with members of the photo staff.
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((DON PIEDMONT: WE HAD A GOOD TIME. WE HAD A GOOD TIME.))
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((I THINK IT WAS THE BEST JOB ON THE RAILROAD REALLY.))
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Aubrey Overstreet spent 37 years with Norfolk and Western, and its successor Norfolk Southern... most of those years in the photo department.
The job often gave him a front row seat... during construction of the steam engine no. 2300 he was even closer than that.
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((AUBREY OVERSTREET/RETIRED NS PHOTOGRAPHER: I WAS SO SMALL, I COULD GO IN THE FIREBOX, NATURALLY WITH NO FIRE, AND GO OVER THIS BIG HUMP AND ONCE YOU GET IN THERE IT HAS A ROOM AS BIG AS THIS. I COULD STAND UP. I HAD LIGHTS IN THERE. I'D TAKE MY LIGHTS AND CAMERA AND EVEN SET IT ON A TRIPOD, AND TAKE VARIOUS PICTURES INSIDE THE BOILER.)) ((MR. FRANCIS ALWAYS GOT A BIG KICK OUT OF IT. IF HE WANTED ME TO GO IN THERE TOMORROW, I'D SEE HIM TODAY AND HE SAID WEAR SOME NICE CLEAN CLOTHES TOMORROW BECAUSE YOU'RE GOING IN THE BOILER.))
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[OUT Q=because you're going in the boiler.]

Winston Link may have won more widespread recognition, but the railroad's own photographers are also winning respect for the work they did.
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((THEY WEREN'T TRYING TO CREATE A SCENE. THEY WERE TRYING TO DOCUMENT WHAT WAS THERE, BUT THEIR EFFORTS, PARTICULARLY IF YOU LOOK AT THE EXAMPLES OF THE LIGHTING AND THE COMPOSITION OF THE PHOTOGRAPHS. IT'S TREMENDOUS, OUTSTANDING WORK, AND FOLLOW THROUGH WITH A LOT OF THOUGHT AND CARE.))
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Following the consolidation with the Southern Railway in 1982, many of the negatives were given to the special collections of the Virginia Tech libraries. Several thousand images are now available for viewing on the internet.... opening a unique window on the history of the railroad and the region.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))


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[Joy one-Shot Performance Set] In April 2000, we introduced you to a little boy who's parents were asking the community to help save his life. The boy - known as "Baby Henry" was in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant. In July, Henry found a doner that matched five out of six requirements and was able to have the transplant - but there are thousands of people across the nation who are still in need of this sort of operation. That's why the Rotary Club is joining forces with the National Marrow Doner Program to help save lives. [two shot-joy/guest]
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Here with us this morning is Rod Carter from the Rotary Club to talk a little more about an upcoming donor program.

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[vo-nat] 1-HOW GREAT IS THE NEED FOR BONE MARROW DONOR
2-ARE THERE ANY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
3-WHAT IS THE DONOR PROCESS
4-TELL ME ABOUT YOUR UPCOMING EVENT

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The Roanoke Area Rotary Club will take bone marrow donations on Saturday December 8th from 9 to 5 at Lewis-Gale Hospital.
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