[Open-Heads]

[ANCHOR=Joy]

[NEWSCAST=Sat Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]
[SUPER=@Joy1;]
[SUPER=@Brent1;]
[Super=19-Elyce Kirchner]

Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning....... The financial fallout following the Pillowtex shutdown continues to mount in Henry County.
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And Virginia Tech officials will find out this week if its minority programs meet state law requirements.
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[2-shot toss to Hello]


[11Pillowtex]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=03-32 TC16:28]
[GRAPHIC=Pillowtex Closing]

Good Morning, I'm Elyce Kirchner.
Nearly a thousand jobs were lost in the Pillowtex shutdown in Fieldale this week.
Now officials say Henry County will also lose nearly two MILLION dollars in local revenue.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Fieldale]


The County is requesting more than 500- thousand dollars in emergency state aid, so the Public Service Authority won't be forced to raise water rates.
With the loss of tax revenue, county officials and school administrators will also have to find almost a million dollars in budget cuts.
Yesterday, the Board of Supervisors asked the state to help find a buyer for the plant.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=Certainly want to get]

((DEBRA BUCHANAN/HENRY CO. SUPERVISOR: CERTAINLY WANT TO GET THAT BUILDING MARKETED AND THE EMPLOYEES ARE A GREAT ASSET BECAUSE THESE ARE PEOPLE THAT KNOW THEIR JOBS AND IF SOMEONE WERE LOOKING AT BUYING THAT FACILITY, THEN THERE IS A READY WILLING AND ABLE WORKFORCE. ))
[SUPER=01-Debra Buchanan/Henry Co. Supervisor;]
[RUNS=:16]
[OUT Q=ready willing and able workforce.]
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[VO-NAT]


470 homes and a dozen businesses get water from the Pillowtex plant, and yesterday county officials asked the state for help with a new water line.
Pillowtex also owns the building that houses the Volunteer Fire Department, and county officials are reassuring residents that fire protection will not suffer.
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[11Burlington]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=03-23 TC1:10:53]
[GRAPHIC=Business News]


A buyout offer for Burlington Industries has the approval of a bankruptcy judge.
(------------)
[VO-NAT - :20+]
[SUPER=03-Glasgow/File Tape;]

Financier Wilbur Ross announced at a press conference yesterday that the judge approved the 614 million dollar deal. The deal still needs regulatory anti-trust approval, and Burlington's creditors have to approve its reorganization plans. The company says it expects the sale to be completed in October. There is no word yet on what will happen to the Burlington plants in Glasgow and Hurt.
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[Episcopal-Convention]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sat am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


Reverend Gene Robinson could soon become the first openly gay Bishop in the Episcopal Church.
(------------)
[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Minneapolis, MN]


The clergy man has won the first of three required votes at the denominations national meeting in Minneapolis.
Still the idea of a gay bishop has sparked much debate.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT:14]
[IN Q=The bible is negative towards]
((SOT: THE BIBLE IS NEGATIVE TOWARD SAME SEX RELATIONSHIPS AND THERE'S NO GETTING
AROUND IT. SOT: THOSE OPPOSED TO CANON ROBINSON'S ELECTION ARE CONCERNED NOT ABOUT

PRESERVING UNITY BUT ABOUT PRESERVING UNIFORMITY. ))
[SUPER=01-Ruth Kirk/Diocese of Pennsylvania;]
[SUPER=01-Mark Hollingsworth/Diocese of Massachusetts;]
[RUNS=10]
[OUT Q=unfortunate]
(------------)
[VO-NAT]


Robinson says he is confident he will be approved -- despite some concerns that his election as a bishop could hurt the church.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT1:06]
[IN Q=It's important to understand]
[SUPER=01-Rev. Gene Robinson/Diocese of New Hampshire;]
[RUNS=10]
[OUT Q=made them leave]
(------------)

[VO-NOT]
Robinson points out that he is not the first gay bishop. But just the first one openly willing to admit it and talk about it.
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[11MAOP]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=myr]
[TAPE#=03-31 tc 31:40]
[GRAPHIC=Virginia Tech]

Virginia Tech officials hope to soon learn the fate of some of their Affirmative Action programs.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]

The university's Minority Academic Opportunities Program wrapped up its summer intern program this week. MAOP (May-OPP) is one of five race-based programs at the university now being questioned by the attorney general's office, over whether it meets the state's narrow-tailoring laws. But, officials say the Supreme Court's recent decision to uphold Affirmative Action should give them an edge.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 2325]
[IN Q=the court]

((PAT HYRE/ASSOCIATE PROVOST: THE COURT DECISION REALLY CHANGES THE CONTEXT OF WHICH ALL THAT IS CONSIDERED AND IT MAKES IT A LOT EASIER FOR US TO SUSTAIN THIS KIND OF PROGRAM.))
[SUPER=01-Patricia Hyre/Associate Provost;]
[RUNS=07]
[OUT Q=kind of program]
(------------)
[VO-NAT]

Hyre (Hi-ER) says Tech's board of visitors will review the five programs later this month, following the attorney general's review. The university has already eliminated or modified 16 of its race-based programs.
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[11College-Hill]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#=03-19 tc 1:45:22]
[GRAPHIC=none]


A Lynchburg school that helps inner-city children and their mothers is less than a year old, but a 50th anniversary helped provide the agency a windfall.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


Ed and Georgia Barksdale recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary.. and instead of gifts, they asked friends and family to donate to the College Hill Neighborhood School.
The total came to more than 13-thousand dollars.. money that school officials say will be put to good use.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 11:12:48]
[IN Q=These children]

((GEORGE COSTAN/COLLEGE HILL NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOL: THESE CHILDREN AND PARENTS, I BELIEVE, WHEN THEY GET THROUGH THE PROGRAM WE HAVE HERE, THAT MOST OF THEM WILL MAKE THE CLIMB OUT OF POVERTY.))
[SUPER=01-George Costan/College Hill Neighborhood School]
[RUNS=14]
[OUT Q=out of poverty.]
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[VO-NAT]


College Hill is a pre-school for inner city children that also provides job skills training for their mothers.
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[11Mayberry-Night]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=03-24 TC1:12:07]
[GRAPHIC=None]


He's a familiar face in these parts but you probably know hardly anything about him.
Last night, thousands came out to meet the Mayberry deputy at the Salem Avalanche game.
Justin McLeod introduces us to the man behind the badge.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]
[SUPER=01-David Browning/"The Mayberry Deputy"; :40]
[SUPER=@justin2; 1:30]
[RUNS=1:45]
[OUT Q=JM, News 7, Salem]

((((NAT SOUND OF DEPUTY PERFORMING AT 3:27:37))
He draws a crowd just about everywhere he goes, not for who he is but who he looks like.
[SOT 3:10:35]
[IN Q=I'm just out there]

((DAVID BROWNING: I'M JUST OUT THERE DOING WHATEVER I CAN DO WITHIN A MAYBERRY FRAMEWORK, TO WRITE THEM UP, GIVE THEM A PICTURE, TO MAKE THEIR EVENING FUN.)) [Runs08]
[OUT Q=evening fun]


That fun is thanks to David Browning.
He's worked most of his life in the arts mainly as a theater director.
The mayberry deputy only came to life in 1989 when a friend asked him to play Barney Fife.
[SOT 3:11:44]
[IN Q=I went to their concert]

((DAVID BROWNING: I WENT TO THEIR CONCERT REMEMBERING THE ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW AND SOME OF THE ACTIONS (DOES SOME OF THE ACTIONS) AND THE TWITCHING AND SO FORTH IT REALLY SORT MADE THE CHARACTER SORT OF COME TO LIFE.)) [Runs11]
[OUT Q=come to life]


It is life he's been doing full-time since 1994.
He lives in Bristol and does 170 shows a year, all over the country.
One highlight was opening for Don Knots who of course is the original Barney Fife.
[SOT 3:14:08]
[IN Q=I really do not]

((DAVID BROWNING: I REALLY DO NOT TRY TO BE A DON KNOTS/BARNEY FIFE IMPERSONATOR. I'VE ALWAYS FELT THAT MIGHT BE A FORUMLA FOR FAILURE.)) [Runs10]
[OUT Q=for failure]


His formula seems to be working.
He has a cd, possible movie deal, and he hopes to write a book one day.
He's so popular the Salem Avalanche booked him for two nights this season.
And he has no plans of hanging up his badge anytime soon.
[SOT 3:15:16]
[IN Q=Not until my kids]

((DAVID BROWNING: NOT UNTIL MY KIDS GET OUT OF COLLEGE. [LAUGHS])) [Runs03]
[OUT Q=out of college (laughs)]


And many hope that day never comes.
[SOT 3:22:37]
[IN Q=Who let the hogs ]

((DAVID BROWNING: )) [Runs06]
[OUT Q=10/4]

Justin McLeod, News 7, Salem. ))

[Garth-Newel]


[ANCHOR=Brent at Wx Center]
[NEWSCAST=Weekend]
[WRITER=syo]
[TAPE#=Time Off 4 TC 1:13:29]
[GRAPHIC=Time Off FS Wx Mon]


For 30-years musicians have been honing their craft at a secluded retreat in the Warm Springs valley. But their tunes are not what you might expect. In this week's Time Off, Shannon Young explains the Garth Newel experience.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=(music) A barn in Bath County...]
[SUPER=03-Bath Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Jacob Yarrow/Garth Newel Music Center; :17]
[SUPER=01-Paul Nitsch/Pianist; :59]
[SUPER=@Shannon2; 1:40]
[RUNS=1:52]
[OUT Q=STD]


(([SOT 40:31-40:36]

[NATS-MUSIC] [RUNS:06] A barn in Bath County might be fit more for a hoe-down than the whimsical sounds of the Solaris Wind Quartet. But fans of the Garth Newel Music Center don't think so.
[SOT 1:00:59-1:01:04]
[IN Q=We're lucky here...]

((JACOB YARROW/GARTH NEWEL MUSIC CENTER: WE'RE LUCKY HERE. WE DO CHAMBER MUSIC AND WE DO IT THE WAY IT WAS INTENDED TO BE DONE - IN A CHAMBER.)) [RUNS:05]
[OUT Q=in a chamber.]

A chamber that once served as an excercise ring for Arabian horses. The animals and the grounds belonged to artists William Sargent Kendall and Christine Herter Kendall, who also dabbled in music. Their legacy resonates from the intimate performance hall to the Manor House where they lived.
[SOT 1:00:40-1:00:48]
[IN Q=They were both painters so we have a great collection of their art...]

((JACOB YARROW: THEY WERE BOTH PAINTERS SO WE HAVE A GREAT COLLECTION OF THEIR ART AND MUSIC THROUGHOUT OUR HISTORY HERE.)) [RUNS:08]
[OUT Q=throughout our history here.]

A history that's grown to encompass dozens of resident musicians.
[SOT 1:114:43-1:14:46]

[NATS - PIANO] [RUNS:03] Paul Nitsch, who's returned to Garth Newel after years away, says his time here changed his life.
[SOT 1:23:26-1:23:40]
[IN Q=I discovered that I am a chamber pianist...]

((PAUL NITSCH/PIANIST: I DISCOVERED THAT I AM A CHAMBER PIANIST RATHER THAN A SOLOIST. I KNEW THAT BUT IT WASN'T IN MY CONSCIOUSNESS UNTIL I CAME TO GARTH NEWEL AND PLAYED CHAMBER MUSIC AND I THOUGHT, WOW, THAT'S IT.)) [RUNS:14]
[OUT Q=and I though, wow, that's it.]

It took an entire summer for Nitch to come to favor chamber music. You might only need one concert.
[SOT 1:01:36-1:01:46]
[IN Q=We've had a large number of people...]

((JACOB YARROW: WE'VE HAD A LARGE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO, WHEN TREATED TO THE GARTH NEWEL EXPERIENCE, REALLY BECAME CONVERTS.)) [RUNS:10]
[OUT Q=really became converts.]

[BUTT BUTT BUTT]
[SOT 1:24:32-1:24:42]
[IN Q=Classical music is not for everybody...]

((PAUL NITSCH: CLASSICAL MUSIC IS NOT FOR EVERYBODY LIKE FINE FOOD IS NOT FOR EVERYBODY. BUT I DON'T QUITE UNDERSTAND WHAT'S NOT TO BE LIKED.)) [RUNS:10]
[OUT Q=what's not to be liked.]

The Summer Chamber Music Festival runs weekends through August.
[IN Q=1:19:19-1:19:25]
[IN Q=music]

[RUNS:06]
[OUT Q=that's the whole piece.]

Shannon Young, News 7, Bath County.))(++++++++)
[anchor=brent @ ANCHOR DESK]

[TAKE WEBADDRESS FS] Music plays at Garth Newel all year long. For more information about the schedule and tickets log onto our website at wdbj7.com and click on News 7 Saturday and Sunday Morning.
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[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


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

Coming up on News 7 Saturday Morning...... The military releases digitally enhanced photos of what Saddam may look like now.
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And the closing of Pillowtex is proving costly for Henry County. The County looks to lose nearly two million dollars in revenue.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to hello]


[5-Pillowtex]


[ANCHOR=Joy ]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=jda]
[TAPE#=503-03 tc 15:30]
[GRAPHIC=Pillowtex Closing]


There's more fallout from the Pillowtex shutdown. Yesterday Henry County weighed the full impact of the latest plant closing.
In addition to one thousand layoffs, the county now faces the loss of nearly two million dollars in revenue.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Fieldale]


Yesterday, the Board of Supervisors confirmed the emergency declaration that was issued Thursday, and the board authorized a formal request for state aid.
County officials also reassured residents who live near the plant that they will not lose their water service.


(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=We've assured the community]

((BENNY SUMMERLIN/HENRY CO. ADMINISTRATOR: WE'VE ASSURED THE COMMUNITY OF FIELDALE THEY'RE GOING TO HAVE WATER SERVICE. REGARDLESS OF WHO OWNS THE BUILDING THE FIRE DEPARTMENT IS LOCATED IN WE'RE GOING TO HAVE A FIRE DEPARTMENT, SO WE'RE GOING TO TAKE THOSE IMMEDIATE ACTIONS TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC SAFETY, AND THAT'S THE REASON FOR THE DECLARATION OF THE LOCAL EMERGENCY.))
[SUPER=01-Benny Summerlin/Henry Co. Administrator;]
[RUNS=:15]
[OUT Q=declaration of the local emergency.]
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[VO-NAT]


Officials remain hopeful they can find a buyer for the Pillowtex plant.
They're working on a package of state and county incentives to aggressively market the facility to other towel manufacturers.
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[11Check-Fraud]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=dgr]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=None]


Police in Danville are trying to stop a string of forged and stolen checks. Checks by businesses and private citizens to pay utility bills were stolen before the city utilities department even got them. No one knew about the crime until people started getting "past due" notices from the city. The checks were altered and cashed at various locations in the Danville area. Police say at least 131 checks have been stolen to this date, but they get more reports every day. If you think your check was stolen, you are asked to call the Danville Police department.


[Saddam-Photo]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sat am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=Saddam Hussein]


The Department of Defense hopes newly released photos of what Saddam Hussein could look like now will help in the hunt for the former Iraqi leader.
Barbara Starr explains.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=Is this Saddam ]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Jerrold Post/Terrorism Profiler; :24]
[SUPER=10-Donald Rumsfeld/U. S. Secretary of Defense/Wednesday; :52]
[SUPER=01-Barbara Starr/Pentagon Correspondent;1:35]
[RUNS=1:49]
[OUT Q=standard out]

((Is this Saddam Hussein? The U.S. military has given troops digitally enhanced photographs of how Saddam Hussein MIGHT look after months on the run. Photographs with showing him with a full beard; wearing a traditional Arab headdress; with gray hair; and white hair -- with and without his trademark mustache. THE PICTURES ARE IMPORTANT TECHNICALLY, LOGISTICALLY IN FACILITATING THE SEARCH FOR SADDAM. U.S. troops are using the pictures as they scour the Tikrit area. They believe the former Iraqi leader moves constantly, using civilian vehicles. Predator unmanned drones are now being called in for additional surveillance. While the soldiers clearly feel they are hot on the trail, senior defense officials are sticking to their caution. WE OBVIOUSLY ARE NOT CLOSE OR WE ARE CLOSE BUT WE DON'T KNOW BECAUSE WE HAVEN'T CAUGHT HIM. WE'LL ONLY KNOW WHEN HE'S CAUGHT HOW CLOSE WE WERE. Officials ARE beginning to think about what happens IF they locate Saddam. U.S. officials say there are 'no special orders' to take him alive. If there is a final assault, President Bush will be notified beforehand, if possible. If he is taken alive--what happens next? A Pentagon official tells CNN the plan is to be vague, not specifying whether an alive Saddam Hussein is being held in another country. But there may be another outcome. Officials say it is posssible Saddam commit might suicide and try to make it appear the Americans killed him. The CIA has done its own series of sketches on how Saddam might look--they are not being made public. But getting Saddam will only be one more step say Pentagon officials in ending the violence in Iraq. ))


[11Prison-Dogs]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=502-07 tc 2:05:14]
[GRAPHIC=none]


They may still be behind bars, but for some canines who avoided a death sentence it's a second chance at life.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.;]


Just a few weeks ago, Lola, Princess and Brooke were in animal shelters.
They were having a hard time getting adopted because they weren't trained.
But inmates at Botetourt Correctional Unit are teaching them how to become productive members of society.
(///// SOT /////)
[BUMP SOTs]
[IN Q=COME DOWN, LOLA]
[SOT 3:59 - 4:04]

((NATS: COME DOWN, LOLA. ROLL OVER FOR ME. ALL THE WAY. GOOD GIRL. ))
[BUTT WITH SOT 27:54]

((ROBERT BROWN/INMATE: IT BRINGS A LOT OF SOFTNESS. A LOT OF MEN THAT SAY THEY'RE HARD CRIMINALS, IT BRINGS OUT THE SOFTNESS IN THEM, LETS THEM KNOW THAT THEY'RE REALLY HUMAN BEINGS. ))
[SUPER=01-Robert Brown/Inmate; :06]
[RUNS=:15]
[OUT Q=really human beings.]
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[VO-NAT]


The dogs stay at the prison for about eight weeks of intensive training.
After that, they're up for adoption again ... this time with better obedience skills.
Prisoners say it will be hard to say good-bye.
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[Bad-Movies]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sat am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=net]
[GRAPHIC=none]


We've all seen them before --box office flops. But what makes them so bad?
Film Critic Harlan Jacobson investigates.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=Nat sot]
[SUPER=04-"Gigli" - Columbia Pictures; :00]
[SUPER=01-Harlan Jacobson/talkcinema.com; :10]
[SUPER=04-"The Matrix" - Warner Brothers; :23]
[SUPER=04-"Ishtar" - RCA & Columbia Pictures; :28]
[SUPER=04-"The Postman" - Warner Brothers; :32]
[SUPER=04-"Wild Wild West" - Warner Brothers; :35]
[SUPER=04-"The Adventures of Pluto Nash"-Warner Bros.; :42]
[SUPER=04-"Howard The Duck" - MCA Home Video; :59]
[SUPER=04-"Joe Versus The Volcano" - Warner Brothers; 1:02]
[SUPER=04-"Swept Away" - Columbia-TriStar; 1:15]
[SUPER=04-"Cleopatra" - CBS & Fox Home Video; 1:27]
[SUPER=04-"Eyes Wide Shut" - Warner Brothers; 1:41]
[SUPER=04-"Vanilla Sky" - Paramount Pictures; 2:13]
[RUNS=2:33]
[OUT Q=Harlon Jacobson for CNN, NY ]
((NAT SOT UP: CLIPS FROM THE NEW MOVIE "GIGLI". Courtesy: Columbia Pictures
NARR:#1 "GIGLI" IS NOT JUST A SUMMER MOVIE. IT'S A BAD SUMMER MOVIE. AND

IT FOLLOWS IN A LONG LINE OF FILMS THAT HAVE GONE BEFORE IT.
(NAT SOT BRIEFLY: MORE "GIGLI" CLIP )

ON CAMERA BRIDGE: But what MAKES a bad movie? Lots of things: bad direction. Bad acting. Bad timing. Bad money. Characters don't act badly enough.
(NAT SOT UP: "MATRIX")
NARR#2 The principal reasons are vanity....or the

"public-will-love-whatever-I-do" syndrome. Lots of examples here: Ishtar....Kevin Costner's Waterworld...and Postman. And Will Smith....in the Wild Wild West.
SOT UP: CLIP FROM "WILD WILD WEST"
NARR#3 And there's the lack of real friends...or paid friends: managers,

script readers, those studio types who can and SHOULD tell you to take a cold shower and put that idea in the circular file. Prime examples? Howard the Duck....Heaven's Gate...the Adventures of Pluto Nash....Joe and the Volcano....and the wonderful "Glitter...."
(BRIEF CLIP FROM "GLITTER")
NARR#4 The worst movies, however, derive from things like

Infatuation...where the principals.....the director, actors, producers....are otherwise romantically involved. As in...."Swept Away".....where Madonna and husband Guy Ritchie let us into their bedroom fantasies. Or..."Cleopatra"....where Burton and Taylor went crazy mad for each other. This is true on more movies than you may realize....resulting in the biggest flop of all time in constant dollars.
NARR#5 There are lots and lots of really bad movies, of course. And we

could go on and on. One final example: Tom Cruise....coming off Eyes Wide Shut...a horrendous ordeal which he made with Nicole Kidman for the peculiar genius, Stanley Kubrick. Cruise plays a New York City psychiatrist. As believable as Woody Allen cast as Jake LaMotta in Raging bull. So next up? Tom Cruise and Penelope Cruz....in Vanilla Sky. "See....the the thing that's wrong with the previous two stink-bombs I made is that I need to work with someone...who has a last name just like mine. Harlon Jacobson for CNN, NY ))


[5-New-Magazine]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=syo]
[TAPE#=502-09 tc 1:46:28]
[GRAPHIC=none]

Creators of a new local magazine hope to inspire women to do more than change their hairstyle.
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[VO-NAT :22]
[SUPER=03-Salem;]

The first issue of "RealWomen: Voices of the Blue Ridge" is in the final stages of production. Lu Sadler and a graduate student at Hollins University have been working on the project since December 2001. The idea for a publication to "empower, encourage and connect women through awareness of self and community" was a response to the magazines currently available to women.
(///// SOT at :22 /////)
[SOT 30:53 - 31:04]
[IN Q=So, it's looking at more in depth...]
[SUPER=01-Lu Sadler/RealWomen;]

((LU SADLER/REALWOMEN: SO IT'S LOOKING MORE IN DEPTH AND IT'S NOT, YOU KNOW, WHAT COLOR IS YOUR LIP GLOSS? WHAT'S SO IMPORTANT ABOUT THAT?))
[RUNS=:11]
[OUT Q=What's so important about that?]
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[VO-NAT :03]

The first issue will debut August eleventh.
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[Biz-Review]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=Biz Review tc 47:43 ]
[GRAPHIC=Business Review]

Strikes and business closings dominated the business news this week.
Nearly a thousand workers losing their jobs in Henry County, and I-T-T Nightvision employees are still on the picket lines. Richard Lesko has more in this week's Business Review.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT]
[IN Q=MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[SUPER=03-Henry Co.; :07]
[SUPER=01-Debra Buchanan/Henry Co. Supervisor; :28]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :55]
[SUPER=03-Richmond; 1:10]
[RUNS=1:44]
[OUT Q=MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]

(([MUSIC AND GRAPHICS] This week in review.... [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[TAPE#=03-24 TC1:08:03]

Nine Hundred fifty workers are out of a job at Pillowtex Corporation. The company closed 16 of it's plants nationwide including the one in Fieldale. Henry county leaders say it is just another setback in a region already hit hard by declines in manufacturing.
(///// SOT /////)
[SOT 00:19:59]
[IN Q=Just a few]

((DEBRA BUCHANAN/HENRY CO. SUPERVISOR: JUST A FEW YEARS AGO, WE RANKED NUMBER TWO AND NUMBER THREE IN THE STATE IN JOB CREATION AND CAPITAL INVESTMENT AND WE TOOK PRIDE IN THAT, BUT WHEN NAFTA TOOK HOLD HERE WE COULD NOT CREATE JOBS FAST ENOUGH WE WERE LOSING JOBS, FASTER THAN WE COULD CREATE THEM. ))
[RUNS= 16]
[OUT Q=could create them.]
[TAPE#=03-032 TC13:46]

Governor Warner made the trip to Fieldale to let out of work residents know what state and federal assistance is available. He says the state will help find a buyer for Pillowtex, but that chance gets slimmer everyday. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[TAPE#=503-00 TC22:05]


Nearly 400 workers at I-T-T nightvision are still on strike. They've been on the picket lines every week since June 21. Workers say they are tired of mandatory overtime and want better pensions and insurance premiums. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]
[TAPE#=03-28 TC38:36]

Verizon and union leaders continue to try and work out a new contract. The current one expires at midnight Saturday and workers say differences on health insurance and job security have not been resolved. Three years ago, Verizon employees struck for more than three weeks, preventing new customers from getting service. This time the company says they are prepared for a strike. There are roughly 13-thousand Verizon employees in Virginia and 900 in the Roanoke region and Southwest Virginia. For News 7, I'm Richard Lesko and that's this week's Business Review. [MUSIC AND GRAPHICS]))


[Jenkins-Preview]


[ANCHOR=Brent]
[NEWSCAST=Sat AM]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=Profile 6 tc 1:52:15]
[GRAPHIC=none]


She's a woman who knows what she wants and how to get it.
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Janet Jenkins tells the story of seeing a young man as she left the grocery store one day when she was fourteen- years- old. She went home and told her mother she'd seen the man she would marry and four years later they walked down the isle. The 87- year- old says she's seen a lot during her lifetime, but her advice to others is to be observant and appreciate friends and family.
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((TRY TO RECOGNIZE THE GOODNESS SHOWN YOU ALL THROUGH YOUR LIFE, THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE HELPED YOU WITHOUT YOUR NOTICE OF THEM.))
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To learn more about Janet Jenkins and the milestones she made at the Hotel Roanoke,
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[take profile preview fs] watch the Virginia Profiles segment tomorrow on News 7 Sunday Morning. (------------)