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[ANCHOR=Marya]

[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]
[SUPER=@Marya1;]
[SUPER=@Brent1; ]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning.......


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we will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.


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[2-shot toss to Hello]

[Iraq-Inspectors]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Iraq]


United Nations weapons inspectors are officially headed back to Iraq.
It will be the first time inspectors have set foot in Iraq in four years.
As Randall Pinkston reports, they say this is Sadaam Hussein's last chance to avoid war.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Hans Blix/U. N. Weapons Inspector; :12]
[SUPER=01-Condoleeza Rice/National Security Advisor; 1:18]
[SUPER=01-Randall Pinkston/Reporting; 1:25]
[RUNS=1:44]
[OUT Q=CBS News, NY.]
(((VO#1:) TWO DAYS BEFORE HIS SCHEDULED ARRIVAL IN BAGHDAD, CHIEF UNITED

NATIONS WEAPONS INSPECTOR HANS BLIX INSISTS HIS TEAM WILL HIT THE GROUND RUNNING .. IN THE SEARCH FOR SADDAM'S WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION...

(SOT: HANS BLIX reuters world 5 - item 8)

It's clear that immediate access is valuable because the Iraqi side could hide documents or smaller things. It is not important for very big things, big weapons or big machinery, but nevertheless, smaller things are also important.

(VO #2 - GRAPHIC FROM MARTIN STORY) EVEN BEFORE BLIX'S TEAM ARRIVES,

IRAQ IS PRESSING ITS LUCK... FIRING ON COALITION JETS IN THE NO-FLY ZONE.. WHILE U.S. OFFICIALS CALL IT A MATERIAL BREACH OF THE RESOLUTION, FOR NOW, IT'S NOT EXPECTED TO TRIGGER MILITARY INVASION.
TODAY IN BAGHDAD, MORE BELLIGERENCE FROM THE IRAQI LEADER. ON IRAQI TV SADDAM ACCUSED THE U.S. AND ISRAEL OF BARING THEIR "CLAWS AND TEETH".. IN HIS FIRST PUBLIC STATMENT SINCE ACCEPTING U.N. WEAPONS INSPECTORS, SADDAM SAID HE ONLY DID IT TO (graphic) "Save and protect the iraqi people and prevent giving the enemy (the u.s.) a pretext ... for war:
(end graphic??)



(pix of AZIZ walking towards reporters) AND SADDAM';S FOREIGN MINISTER

SAYS IRAQ WILL WELCOME THE INSPECTORS... PREDICTING THEIR SEARCH WILL EXPOSE WHAT HE CALLS AMERICA'S LIES - THAT IRAQ HAS WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION.
BUT THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION SAYS DISARMAMENT IS ONLY PART OF THE ISSUE...

(SOT: CONDOLEEZA RICE/NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR..plante's piece)

Sooner or later, the ambitions of Saddam Husseinandthe Unnted States are going to clash.

(RANDALL ON CAM CLOSE: ) SO THE CLOCK IS TICKING AND THE PRESSURE IS

ON.. U.N. INSPECTORS WILL BE READY TO BEGIN WORK IN IRAQ NOVEMBE 27TH.. . ELEVEN DAYS BEFORE SADDAM HAS TO PRODUCE AN ACCURATE LIST OF HIS WEAPONS AND PROGRAMS.. KNOWING THAT BEING CAUGHT IN A LIE, COULD TRIGGER A U.S.-LED ATTACK. RANDALL PINKSTON, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

[11Valley-View]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=02-39 TC-1:06:40]
[GRAPHIC=Accident]

Rain is partly to blame for several minor traffic accidents around Valley View Mall this weekend...
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[VO-NAT - :20+]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday;]

Police responded to a total of FIVE accidents on the mall's property and the roads servicing the area. Four of the accidents happened shortly after 3-o'clock yesterday, tying up traffic for more than two hours. Two people have been charged with following too closely. Officials say nobody was seriously hurt, and that rain was a factor in the accidents.
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[11Moose-Kids]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=02-37 TC-1:35:58]
[GRAPHIC=none]

One area organization is teaching teens how to counsel kids.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Yesterday;]


The annual Youth Awareness Program sponsored by the Virginia Moose Association is officially underway.
A group of 18 gathered yesterday at the Roanoke Moose Lodge for a training seminar.
The program is designed to encourage high school students to talk to younger kids about the dangers of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 27:10]
[IN Q=Somehow when the adults]

((BRIAN GIBBS/VIRGINIA MOOSE ASSOCIATION: SOMEHOW WHEN THE ADULTS GO IN THERE AND START TALKING TO THE FOUR AND NINE YEARS OLD IT DOESN'T HAVE AS MUCH OF AN IMPACT ON THEM AS HAVING KIDS THAT ARE LIKE THEIR OLDER BROTHER AND SISTERS, HIGH SCHOOL SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS AND SENIORS TALK TO THEM, IT SEEMS TO WORK AND THE KIDS SEEM TO RESPOND BETTER AND SEEM TO ENJOY IT MORE AND SEEM TO GET MORE OUT OF IT.))
[SUPER=01-Brian Gibbs/Virginia Moose Association]
[RUNS=:17]
[OUT Q=more out of it]
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[VO-NAT]


The program is in its fifteenth year and usually reaches nearly three thousand kids around the state.
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[11Service-Day]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=02-42 TC-1:19:55]
[GRAPHIC=none]

Some Roanoke College student were putting community first this weekend.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Yesterday;]


It was all part of the school's annual community service project day.
More than sixty students visited several places around the Valley to help clean-up and do other odd jobs.
Freshman are required to do fifteen hours of community service each semester.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 7:36; 8:51]
[IN Q=These are my last]

((STEPHANIE FORTUNE/STUDENT: THESE ARE MY LAST ONES THAT I HAVE TO DO TODAY SO I WILL PROBABLY DO THIS AGAIN THOUGH, IT'S FUN.)) ((JIMMY WINTERER/STUDENT: IT WAS A REQUIREMENT TO BE HERE BUT IT IS ALWAYS, I FEEL GOOD ABOUT MYSELF TO COME OUT AND HELP THE COMMUNITY AND OTHER PEOPLE.))
[SUPER=01-Stephanie Fortune/Student; :00]
[SUPER=01-Jimmy Winterer/Student; :07]
[RUNS=:13]
[OUT Q=and other people]
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[VO-NAT]


This is the third year Roanoke College has hosted the community service project day.
Some of the places that benefited yesterday included the RAM House in downtown Roanoke, the Transportation Museum, and Salem's Y-M-C-A.
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[11Showcase]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=02-36 TC-1:46:11]
[GRAPHIC=none]

An arts and crafts show this weekend is the "cat's meow"...
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/This Weekend;]


The Roanoke Valley's S-P-C-A is hosting its first annual Holiday Showcase at the Roanoke Civic Center this weekend.


The show has more than fifty vendors and includes everything from "arts and crafts" and food, to various demonstrations.
Proceeds from the event will help fund a new animal shelter.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 12:49]
[IN Q=We're just looking]

((BONNIE MORRIS/SHELTER SUPERVISOR: WE'RE JUST LOOKING FORWARD TO IT. EVERYBODY'S REALLY EXCITED. WE DID BREAK GROUND ON THE 29TH AND WE'RE LOOKING AT APPROXIMATELY 12 TO 14 MONTHS BEFORE WE'RE ACTUALLY BEING IN THE NEW FACILITY.))
[SUPER=01-Bonnie Morris/Shelter Supervisor]
[RUNS=:10]
[OUT Q=new facility]
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[VO-NAT]


That facility will cost nearly ten million dollars.
It's being built near the current S-P-C-A animal shelter on Eastern Avenue in Roanoke.
The Holiday Showcase runs today at the Roanoke Civic Center from 11 to 5.
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[11Lego-Competition]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=02-47 TC-10:57]
[GRAPHIC=none]

[****ANCHOR TAG****] Some of the builders of our future were hard at work making intricate designs out of child's play. That was the idea behind a Legos competition held in Montgomery County this weekend. But Justin McLeod shows us-- it wasn't all fun and games.
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[SOT 54:21]
[IN Q=Nat sound of robot hitting bridge and clapping]
[SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Zachary Brown/Christiansburg Competitor; :11]
[SUPER=01-Brian Scott/Competition Director; :33]
[SUPER=@justin1; :51]
[SUPER=01-Eric Brown/Coach; 1:13]
[SUPER=01-Ashley Whittaker/Dublin Competitor; 1:28]
[RUNS=1:41]
[OUT Q=JM, News 7, Montgomery County]

((((NAT SOUND OF ROBOT HITTING BRIDGE AND CLAPPING AT 54:21; TAPE 1))
If you've ever wanted to know what you could do with a few legos, look no further than this competition.
[SOT 1:15:10; TAPE 2]
[IN Q=It took a lot]

((ZACHARY BROWN/COMPETITOR: IT TOOK A LOT OF TEAM WORK AND A LOT OF A GOOD DESIGN AND SOMETHING THAT WOULD STAY TOGETHER AND A GOOD PROGRAM.))
[Runs= 9]
[OUT Q=and a good program]


That program was all part of the annual First LEGO League competition held at Eastern Montgomery High School.
The challenge requires teams to build a robot entirely from legos.
[SOT 38:00; TAPE 1]
[IN Q=You'll just never]

((BRIAN SCOTT/COMPETITION DIRECTOR: YOU'LL JUST NEVER THINK OF ALL THE THINGS YOU'LL SEE ACTUALLY ON COMPETITION DAY BECAUSE EVERYBODY LOOKS AT THOSE IN A DIFFERENT WAY AND LOOKS AT THE LEGO PIECES AND SAYS HA HA I'M GOING TO DO THIS.))


[Runs= 09]
[OUT Q=going to do this]


They then compete in a two minute obstacle course.
The robots must hit a number of objects, pick some up and in some cases move them to another location.
[SOT 1:20:37; TAPE 2]
[IN Q=The competition actually]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THE COMPETITION ACTUALLY BEGAN EIGHT WEEKS AGO IN THE CLASSROOM. THERE STUDENTS DID A LOT OF RESEARCH AND ACTUALLY BUILT THEIR OWN ROBOTS. THEY FOUND HOWEVER THAT ALL THE PREPARATION IN THE WORLD DOESN'T ALWAYS PRODUCE RESULTS.))
[Runs= 12]
[OUT Q=produce results]

((NAT SOUND OF COMPETITION WHERE THE ROBOT FAILS TO WORK))
Sometimes unfortunately, the robot fails to operate, misses its target, or falls apart.
[SOT 1:14:47; TAPE 2]
[IN Q=There's a lot of]

((ERIC BROWN/COACH: THERE'S A LOT OF THINGS THAT CHANGE WHEN YOU WALK IN THE DOOR. IT'S DIFFERENT FROM WORKING IN YOUR BASEMENT, COMING HERE AND TRYING AGAIN, IT CHANGES EVERYTHING.))
[Runs= 07]
[OUT Q=it changes everything]


Everything does come together however in a different way.
Win or lose, everyone ends up learning something along the way.
[SOT 1:18:30; TAPE 2]
[IN Q=I say you learn]

((ASHLEY WHITTAKER/DUBLIN COMPETITOR: I SAY YOU LEARN TEAMWORK, TEAMWORK AND RESPONSIBILITY.))
[Runs= 04]
[OUT Q=and responsibility]


And how to have a good time whether that means a few ups or downs. (SHOT OF ROBOT GOING UP AND THEN DOWN AT 35:05)
Justin McLeod, News 7, Montgomery County.))(--------------)
[ANCHOR=Marya]
[GRAPHIC=none]


The three top teams from this regional competition go onto the state competition held at Virginia Tech December 8th.



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[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[SS=None]

[BOTH MICS HOT]
Still to come on News 7 Sunday Morning.......

[ANCHOR=Brent]



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[Lotto]
[Break #1]



[Zoo-Store]


[ANCHOR=Marya @ Performance Set]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=none]

Mill Mountain Zoo is teaming up with Valley View Mall for the "purrr-fect" holiday fundraiser. The mall is donating its Community Booth to the zoo for the season - so the organization can sell gift items and memberships that will fund the zoo. Here to tell us more about it is Beth Poff with the Mill Mountain Zoo.
[SUPER=01-Beth Poff/Mill Mountain Zoo; ]

How did this partnership come about? Why does the zoo want to have the outlet in the mall? What sort of gift items will be available?
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[vo nat] ((I will call for vids))
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Is the gift shop at the Zoo still going to be open? Where is the Community Booth? Will the booth be open during regular mall hours?

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[take 100 fs] And just a reminder that the booth at Valley View is open until Christmas Eve from 4 to 9 on WeekDAYS and all day long on WeekENDS.
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((toss to bump))
[toss to bump]

[Your-Hometown]


[ANCHOR=Brent]
[NEWSCAST=SUN MORN]
[WRITER=bwa]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=Hometown FS Wx Mon 101essC]


Every locality has a story to tell, whether its a person, place or simply it's history, and that's the focus of a new segment on News-7 Sunday Morning called Your Hometown. Each week we will visit a different community, and feature something, or someone which makes it unique. We kick off our Your Hometown series in my hometown of Buchanan in Botetourt County. It may be small now, but as you'll see, it has a history nearly twice its size.

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[SOT]
[IN Q=With a population...]
[SUPER=01-Harry Gleason/Town Manager; :21]
[RUNS=2:53]
[OUT Q=...Buena Vista in Rockbridge Co.]

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[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
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[VO-NAT]
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning......

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We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to hello]

[Musharaf]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Same leader, new government in Pakistan...
President Pervez (Moo-Sheriff) Musharraf will now share power with a civilian Parliament.
As Elizabeth Palmer reports, what changes the move will bring to Pakistan -- and the rest of the world -- remain unclear.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Islamabad, Pakistan; :00]
[SUPER=01-Elizabeth Palmer/CBS News; :18]
[SUPER=01-Khurshif Kasuri/Pakistan Muslim League; 1:08]
[RUNS=1:49]
[OUT Q=CBS News, Islamabad.]
(PRESIDENT PERVEZ MUSHARRAF WAS SWORN IN AS PRESIDENT OF PAKISTAN..

PREPARING TO RULE JOINTLY WITH THIS BRAND NEW CIVILIAN PARLIAMENT.
BUT IT'S NOT AN EQUAL PARTNERSHIP.. MUSHARRAF HAS KEPT ENOUGH POWER SO THAT IF HE DOESN'T AGREE WITH THESE LAWMAKERS - HE CAN SIMPLY GET RID OF THEM BY DISSOLVING PARLIAMENT.

(ELIZABETH PALMER�CBS NEWS)

THE CAPITAL ISLAMABAD IS DECORATED WITH FLAGS TO CELEBRATE THIS NEW GOVERNMENT. IT'S NOT EXACTLY DEMOCRACY - BUT IT IS ONE STEP BACK FROM DIRECT MILITARY RULE. THE TROUBLE IS - THIS NEW CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT IS ALREADY FACING PROBLEMS THAT MIGHT CRIPPLE IT BEFORE IT EVEN GETS GOING..
THE LEADER OF THE FUNDAMENTALIST MUSLIM FACTION IN PARLIAMENT IS FAZULLAH REHMAN.. HE'S NOTORIOUS FOR ORGANIZING ANTI-WESTERN DEMONSTRATIONS.

(nat sound break)

SUPPORTING THE TALIBAN -
AND WANTING TO EXPEL AMERICAN FORCES STILL LOOKING FOR THE REMNANTS OF AL QUAIDA.

(EITHER LONDON FILE OR CBS I'BAD)

HE - AND HIS FOLLOWERS - DID UNEXPECTEDLY WELL IN THE ELECTIONS. AND WILL TRY TO INFLUENCE GOVERNMENT POLICY.
FOR A START - IT'S MAKING IT HARDER FOR PAKISTANI OFFICIALS WHO DO SUPPORT AMERICA'S PRESENCE HERE TO ADMIT IT IN PUBLIC.

(SUPER: KHURSHIF KASURI, LEADER, PAKISTAN MUSLIM LEAGUE)

so are you saying that in principle you are for American presence?
(overlap) I am not saying anything, I am neither for nor against


SINCE SEPTEMBER THE 11TH, PAKISTAN'S PRESIDENT PERVEZ MUSHARRAF HAS BEEN AN OPEN ALLY OF AMERICA.
AND - IN RETURN - HE GOT 600 MILLION DOLLARS OF US MONEY TO POUR INTO PAKISTANI HOSPITALS, SCHOOLS AND PUBLIC WORKS...AND STILL GETS MILITARY AID.
HIS CHALLENGE IS TO CONTINUE TO SUPPORT AMERICA - WITHOUT PROVOKING TROUBLE AMONG THE FUNDAMENTALISTS.
IT'S A CRITICAL BALANCING ACT ESPECIALLY AS THE RELIGIOUS PARTIES CONTROL THE BORDER REGIONS BETWEEN PAKISTAN AND AFGHANISTAN WHERE AMERICA SUSPECTS AL QAIDA AND MAYBE EVEN OSAMA BIN LADEN ARE HIDING.
EP, CBSN, ISLAMABAD
(EP, CBSN FOR BET NIGHTLY NEWS, ISLAMABAD))





[JFK]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


He was a hero to a generation ... but new information shows that John F. Kennedy was being treated for a LOT of pain.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=@file;]


A J-F-K biographer has learned he was suffering from several illnesses.
Newly disclosed medical records show Kennedy took as many as eight medications a day along with hormones to stay alive.
J-F-K's back problems are well-known -- but he also suffered from digestive problems and the life-threatening Addison's Disease -- that were kept secret.
The biography by historian Robert Dallek is due out this spring.
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[Oakwood-Homes]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=Bankruptcy]


A North Carolina-based company with 18 stores in Virginia is closing doors in several locations. Oakwood Homes is filing for bankruptcy protection tomorrow.
In addition, 17-HUNDRED jobs will be cut... That's about a fifth of the company's workforce. The manufactured home-maker and retailer has lost money for many years and has been hurt by a surge in home repossession. Most of the plants and stores affected are in Tennessee and Texas. Oakwood will now have about 120 retail outlets - down from about 400 several years ago.
Oakwood's CEO says he hopes the company will emerge from Chapter 11 protection within six months.

[11VA-Jobs]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=tha]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=none]

The state's HIGHEST unemployment rate can be found here in southwestern Virginia... Danville lost some 12-hundred non-farm jobs-- while Roanoke lost about 18- hundred. Charlottesville has one of the LOWEST unemployment rates. Still, it was Charlottesville that lost the most non-farm related jobs last year. The area lost about 21-hundred positions, mostly in public education.



[11Business-Review ]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun AM]
[WRITER=rca]
[TAPE#=02-35 TC-1:47:02]
[GRAPHIC=Business News]

Meanwhile - some good economic news for a change in Henry County ... stores and shoppers gear up for the holidays.. AND Harry Potter stirs up sales in the Roanoke Valley. News 7's Rachel Cannon has more on those stories in this week's Business Review.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=music graphics]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville; :08]
[SUPER=01-Ken Schrang/Activewear President; :26]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville; :36]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :55]
[SUPER=01-Melanie Simmons/Holiday Shopper; 1:12 (QUICK)]
[RUNS=1:45]
[OUT Q=music graphics]

(([MUSIC AND GRAPHICS] This week in Review...
[TAPE#=02-36 C1:33:56]

Governor Warner comes bearing good news in Henry County. He joined local officials in announcing that Activewear, a new textile company, is opening in the former VF Imagewear facility that closed in April. Activewear is hiring 405 workers, choosing Martinsville over other locations.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 02-36 TC 1:34:13]
[IN Q=SIMPLY]

((KEN SCHRANG/ACTIVEWEAR PRESIDENT; SIMPLY BECAUSE OF THE QUALITY OF THE WORKFORCE THE TRAINED WORKFORCE, THE SPIRIT OF THE COMMUNITY AND SPECIFICALLY THE PRO BUSINESS CAN DO ATTITUDE.))
[OUT Q=ATTITUDE.]

[INSERT GREEN FLASH HERE] [02-39 TC1:04:03] News of the jobs spread quickly. Henry County residents rushed to the Virginia Employment Commission to apply. Many, like Dorothy Tickle, are part of the 23-hundred workers that lost their jobs when V-F closed.
She spent about 10-years doing custodial work and hopes she's among those hired at Activewear. [INSERT GREEN FLASH HERE]
[TAPE#=02-34 TC 1:46:28]

Let the holiday shopping begin. Decorations and extended store hours are two signs tis the season to buy presents. Local retailers say so far, sales are good. On the national level, experts predict mediocre returns.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 02-34 TC 1:46:49]
[IN Q=I THINK]

((MELANIE SIMMONS/HOLIDAY SHOPPER; I THINK PEOPLE ARE MORE CONSCIENTIOUS ABOUT WHAT THEY'RE BUYING AND WHAT THEY'RE SPENDING THERE ARE JUST SO MANY UNCERTAINTIES YOU KNOW WITH WHAT WE'RE SEEING.))
[OUT Q=SEEING.]

[INSERT GREEN FLASH HERE]
[TAPE#=Video @ Harry-Potter at 6pm on 11-15-02 Tape#? TC? ]

Finally, Harry Potter flew into theaters this week. The Chamber of Secrets is the second film adaptation of author JK Rowling's best selling books. By opening day, Roanoke's Valley View Grande already sold 1-thousand advanced tickets. Worldwide, the original Potter film took in nearly 1-billion at the box office. For News 7, I'm Rachel Cannon and that's this week's Business Review. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]))

[Harp-Concert]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun.a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


A musical event in Utah honored a little girl who SHOULD have been there.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salt Lake City, UT;]


As her family looked on, more than 100 harpists played a tribute to Elizabeth Smart.
The missing girl had played the harp herself in the concert for the last nine years.
This year, her little sister took her place.
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[Tease#2]



[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[SS=None]

[BOTH MICS HOT] Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning - Meet a man who's retiring TO one of his first loves...
[ANCHOR=Brent]

But first -
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Harry Potter is making millions on the big screen ... and going where few fiction characters have gone before... we'll tell you what a little later - But first if you are traveling today........ [Brent ad-lib the travel forecast -- WX PRO]
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[Brent MIC hot] [ No 2-shot toss go straight to Travel Bump] [soft music under]

[Profile-Open]


[ANCHOR=Brent]
[NEWSCAST=Sun-AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=Va. Profile]
[GRAPHIC=Va. Profile]


Robert Johnson has worn many hats during his lifetime... as a musician, a minister and a mental health counselor. And though he's now retired, the Galax resident is still putting those talents to good use.
Joe Dashiell caught up with him for this week's Virginia Profile.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=animation]
[RUNS=:05]
[OUT Q=stop animation]


[WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE]

[Virginia-Profile]


[ANCHOR=Brent]
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[TAPE#=Profile 6 tc 16:30]
[GRAPHIC=WIPE]


[WIPE WIPE WIPE]

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[SOT]
[IN Q=OPENS ON NAT SOUND OF FIDDLE]
[SUPER=03-Carroll Co.; :13]
[SUPER=07-Robert Johnson; :53]
[SUPER=@Joe2; 1:37]
[RUNS=2:09]
[OUT Q=Joe Dashiell News 7 Carroll County]

(([OPENS ON NAT SOUND OF FIDDLE]
When Robert Johnson picks up his fiddle, members of the Carroll Senior Center kick up their heels.
Johnson is a regular visitor here. With bass player Walt Quesenberry, he plays a lively mix of fiddle tunes, country standards and his own compositions.
[SOT NAT SOUND OF TALKING TO THE AUDIENCE]
[IN Q=Every Saturday]

((EVERY SATURDAY, AT CERTAIN TIMES OF THE YEAR, WHEN THE CROPS WERE DONE, MY FATHER WOULD SAY, OK BOY, GET OUT YOUR GUITAR. WE'RE GOING UP THE ROAD AND WE'RE GOING TO HAVE A DANCE. WELL WE DID.))
[RUNS= :11]
[OUT Q=well we did.]


Playing music for local audiences has brought Johnson full circle.
As a young man growing up on the family farm in Hanover County, he played with several country western bands... appeared at dances, rodeos and on radio shows... sometimes providing more than just musical entertainment.
[SOT 25:56]
[IN Q=I had to ride]

((I HAD TO RIDE A MULE INTO THE STADIUM, A BASEBALL STADIUM. AND DON'T YOU KNOW THAT OLD MULE THREW ME. AND THERE WAS ABOUT FIVE THOUSAND PEOPLE THERE AND YOU SHOULD HAVE HEARD THEM LAUGHING. AND YOU KNOW I GOT UP. THEY THOUGHT IT WAS PLANNED, BUT IT WASN'T PLANNED. BUT I CRAWLED BACK UP ON THAT OLD MULE. IT'S A GOOD THING I WAS ABOUT 16- 17 YEARS OLD.))


[RUN=:22]
[OUT Q=16 or 17 years old.]


Later as he enrolled in college, pursued a graduate degree and became a minister... music took a back seat to building career and family.
[SOT 29:32]
[IN Q=It was almost 20 years]

((IT WAS ALMOST 20 YEARS THAT I LAID IT DOWN, AND WHEN I MOVED BACK UP HERE AND GOT INTO THE CHURCHES AROUND HERE, I STARTED PLAYING WITH PEOPLE IN THE CHURCHES.))
[RUNS= :15]
[OUT Q=people in the churches.]


Johnson's life experience has been anything but boring... whether he was working for the railroad, selling vacuum cleaners, or flying his own airplane.
Recently, as he looked at old photographs with his wife Doreen, Johnson said he is thankful for his years in the church, his experience as a mental health counselor, and the musical talent he continues to share with the community.
[NAT SOUND]
Joe Dashiell News 7 Carroll County))


[Health-Review]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=02-48 7:28]
[GRAPHIC=Health Review]

In this week's health review,
A program to help seniors get low cost medications shuts down.... And we'll introduce you to nation's oldest practicing allergist.
Plus Joy Sutton we'll take us inside the O-R for knee surgery.
But be advised some of the video is medically graphic.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=About 10 to 20 percent]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Bertram Spetzler/Lewis-Gale Clinic; 07]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Alexander McCausland/Asthma & Allergy Center; :58]
[SUPER=01-Elaine Engleman/LOA Area Agency on Aging; 1:44]
[SUPER=@Joy2;]
[RUNS=1:59]
[OUT Q=fill out these forms]


((About 10 to 20 percent of patients who have a worn out knee are candidates for a mini-knee replacement.
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[SOT 4:39]
[IN Q=The mini-knee is minimally invasive]

((THE MINI-KNEE IS A MINIMALLY INVASIVE KNEE AND IT'S A NEW TECHNIQUE TO MAKE IT QUICKER FOR REHABILITATION))
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[OUT Q=for rehabilitation]


With this procedure versus a total knee replacement, the patient can walk the same day of surgery, that's because the incision is smaller and requires cutting less muscle.
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[SOT5:43]
[IN Q=You're jsut resurfacing one part]

((YOU'RE JUST RESURFACING ONE PART SO THAT YOU ESSENTIALLY RETAIN NORMAL FUNCTION IN TERMS OF BENDING THE KNEE STRAIGHTENING IT OUT AND IN TERMS OF KNEE CAP FUNCTIONS CLIMBING STAIRS, GETTING UP FROM A CHAIR. SHOULD BE PRETTY CLOSE TO NORMAL))
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[OUT Q=pretty close to normal]


Only patients who have one part of the knee worn out can have this surgery, typically seen with osteoarthritis. [tape 502-08, 57:59]
In other health news, at 89 years old Doctor Alexander McCausland is the oldest practicing allergist in U-S, possibly the world.
He is also the 2002 physician of year for the Virginia Medical Society.
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[SOT22:02:32]
[IN Q=I practiced before we had]

(( I PRACTICED BEFORE WE EVER HAD PENICILLIN OR ANY ANTIBIOTICS. WE COULDN'T DO MUCH FOR THE PATIENTS. I ALWAYS SAID THEY LOVED US AND THEY DIDN'T SUE US. ))
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[OUT Q=didn't sue us]


And while father time has slowed him down a bit, he want his patient to know he has no plans to retire.
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[SOT22:06:39]
[IN Q=I had one come in the other day]

((I HAD ONE COME IN THE OTHER DAY AND SAY SHE'S BEEN LOOKING FOR MY NAME IN THE OBITUARY COLUMN...I HOPE T HEY WON'T BE DOING THAT))
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[OUT Q =be doing that]
[TAPE#=502-05 1:24:27]


In other health news,
A program that helps seniors fill out the paper work to get free or reduced cost prescriptions is shutting down.
The LOA Area Agency of Aging says it can no longer afford to run its pharmacy connect program because of state budget cuts.
That means more -than 2-hundred seniors will have to find help else where.
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[SOT33:40]
[IN Q=There is no other opiton]

((THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION, I'M VERY CONCERNED. THE ONLY OPTION IF AT ALL WILL BE TO GET SAMPLES FROM THEIR PHYSICIANS OR HAVE THEIR PHYSICIANS FILL OUT THESE FORMS))
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[OUT Q=fill out these forms.]


That's this week's health review, I'm Joy Sutton ))
[straight to bump]

[Harry-Potter]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Harry Potter is working his magic at the box office again.
But the sequel still didn't beat the record set by the original Harry Potter movie.
Lee Cowan has more.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY; :00]
[SUPER=04-Warner Brothers; :14]
[SUPER=01-J. K. Rowling/Harry Potter Author; :37]
[SUPER=01-Barbara Marcus/Scholastic Publishing; 1:04]
[SUPER=01-Pamela Greene/Librarian; 1:43]
[SUPER=01-Lee Cowan/Reporting; 1:52]
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[OUT Q=Lee Cowan/CBS News;]

((NEW YORK CITY
(NAT/SOT)

"The 12:45 is a SOLD OUT."

(NARR)

This weekend, the box office is perhaps the only place in Harry Potter's world where magic ISN'T so mysterious.
HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS�WARNER BROS.
(Courtesy: Warner Bros)
(NAT/SOT CLIP)



(NARR:)

Although "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" took in close to $30 million dollars it's opening day -- it didn't surprise a soul.
It's just the kind of magic EXPECTED of the young wizard these days.

NAT/SOT TOYS/GAMES



(NARR:)

The Potter name has become Platinum -- a franchise worth at least a billion dollars.
Potter's creator -- saw it coming years ago.
1999
(SOT/J.K. ROWLING, HARRY POTTER AUTHOR)

"Could we put Harry Potter on a margarine tub? No! Can we use Harry Potter to advertise a certain car that will not be named? No!"

(NARR:)

Why 'no?' Because Harry Potter she felt, should live in her books alone.

NAT/SOT MOVIE



(NARR:)

But she may have underestimated Potter's power as a character -- because even though he's NOW as much of a movie star as he is a literary giant -- he's managed to live in both worlds the way few characters have.

(SOT/BARBARA MARCUS, SCHOLASTIC PUBLISHING)

"What we are seeing even now is that people who go to see the movie, or buy a toy, quite often come back and read the books."

(NARR:)

Even Rowling came around to the idea.

(SOT/J.K. ROWLING, HARRY POTTER AUTHOR)

"A really good case in point would be Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I just don't think that film matched the book, I still love the book, I don't think of Gene Wilder every time I read the book. I see my Willy Wonca still in my head."

(NARR:)

Her young fans agree.

(SOT/MOS)

"It's a different feel, cause you use your imagination when you're reading the books, then the movie can be completely different, but you still like the movie."

(NARR:)

The worry?

(SOT/MOS)

"I like the movies better."

(NARR:)

That the younger generation will see only the movies.

(SOT/PAMELA GREENE, LIBRARIAN)

"As soon as you pick up a book that's been made into a movie, they will say, I've already seen the movie, I've already had that experience, I don't need to read it.

(NARR:)

Perhaps -- but if Potter's magic has made readers out of millions -- who's to say he'll suddenly lose his touch now? Lee Cowan, CBS News, New York.))