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[ANCHOR=Marya]

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[WRITER=tco]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]
[SUPER=@Marya1;]
[SUPER=@Leo1; ]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning....... A fire rips through a Roanoke house overnight.
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And a Boston priest sentenced in a church sex abuse case is killed by a fellow inmate.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2-shot toss to Hello]

[Roanoke-Fire]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sunday AM]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=03-33 29:49]
[GRAPHIC=Fire]


Investigators are working to learn what caused a fire last night that destroyed a Roanoke house.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;]

Roanoke Firefighters were called out just after 10 to 924 9th Street Southeast. The first units arrived to find the back of the building in flames that were already spreading to the attic. Investigators were brought in overnight to help determine the cause, but so far, we have no word on what it is. Fire officials say the home was vacant, and neighbors say it had been abandoned for several years.
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[Soldiers-Return]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sunday AM]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=03-31 TC-1:04:12]
[GRAPHIC=none]

Some Lynchburg National Guard members are back home from security duty, and the rest of their unit should be back by October.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg;]

25 soldiers, who've been deployed for the past nine months, returned to the Lynchburg Armory yesterday. Their leave came earlier than the 300 others in their unit because they have to return to college. The unit provided security at Guantanamo Bay as part of "Operation Enduring Freedom." One soldier says safety was the main objective.
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[SOT 11:57:17]
[IN Q=We're there to keep]

((JOSH MORGAN/NATIONAL GUARD: WE'RE THERE TO KEEP THIS NATION SAFE AND IF OUR GOVERNMENT OR OUR MILITARY BELIEVE THESE PEOPLE ARE A THREAT, THE BEST THING IS TO BRING THEM THERE, FIND OUT IF THEY ARE A THREAT AND THEN SEND THEM BACK AND THAT IS HAPPENING - WE ARE SENDING PEOPLE BACK AS WELL AS BRINING THEM IN.))
[SUPER=01-Josh Morgan/National Guard;]
[RUNS=16]
[OUT Q=bringing them in]
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[VO-NAT]

Morgan says it was hot and humid on the base. The Old Dominion University student says he can't wait to get home because he and his wife are expecting a child.
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[**WIPE**WIPE**]


[Counts-Return]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sunday AM]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=03-25 TC-1:57:37]
[GRAPHIC=None]

[***WIPE**WIPE***]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

A soldier from Roanoke is also back home -- after spending months along the front lines in Iraq. Private First Class Jonathan Counts is a mechanic with the 7th Cavalry, and just got back from Iraq. The 7th Cavalry was one of the first units to reach downtown Baghdad. Counts was welcomed back with a cookout and party yesterday thrown by friends and family.
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[Priest-Killed]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=Net]
[GRAPHIC=None]


A Boston priest at the center of the church sex abuse scandal is dead after an being attacked by a fellow prison inmate.
Massachusetts authorities say convicted child molester John Geoghan (Gay-ghen) was apparently strangled Saturday.


As Michael Okwu (Oak-woo) reports, the news sent a shockwave through the Boston archdiocese and Geoghan's accusers.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Geoghan was involved]
[SUPER=01-Steve Krueger/Voices of the Faithful; :37]
[SUPER=01-Mitchell Garabedian/Victim's Attorney; 1:57]
[SUPER=01-Michael Okwu/Reporting; 2:13]
[RUNS=2:26]
[OUT Q=Michael Okwu, CNN, New York.]

((GEOGHAN WAS INVOLVED IN AN ALTERCATION WITH ANOTHER INMATE AT THE SOUZA BARANOWSKI CORRECTIONAL CENTER IN SHIRLEY MASSACHUSETTS...HE WAS RUSHED TO THE HOSPITAL AND PRONOUNCED DEAD TWO HOURS LATER....
ACCORDING TO THE MASSACHUSETTS DEPT OF CORRECTION, "THE RESPONSIBLE INMATE HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AND THE CASE IS UNDER INVESTIGATION".
GOEGHAN WAS 68...HE WAS CONVICTED IN JANUARY 2002 ON ONE COUNT OF INDECENT ASSAULT AND BATTERY OF A CHILD--CHARGES STEMMING FROM HIS 1991 MOLESTATION OF A TEN YEAR OLD BOY IN A SWIMMING POOL....HE WAS SERVING THE MAXIMUM NINE TO TEN YEARS.
STEVE KRUEGER , EXEC DIRECTOR. VOICES OF THE FAITHFUL
"Another life has been destroyed. This is another tragedy in a trail of tragedy of the clergy sexual abuse crisis."
GEOGHAN'S CASE ROCKED THE ROMAN CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE IN BOSTON AFTER REVELATIONS THAT THE CHURCH , UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF CARDINAL BERNARD LAW, SHUTTLED GEOGHAN FROM PARISH TO PARISH DESPITE WARNINGS ABOUT HIS BEHAVIOR.
LAW WAS LATER FORCED TO RESIGN.
A SPOKESMAN FOR THE ARCHDIOCESE RELEASED THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT, QUOTE,
"UPON HEARING THE NEWS OF THE TRAGIC DEATH OF JOHN GEOGHAN, THE ARCHDIOCESE OF BOSTON OFFERS PRAYERS FOR THE REPOSE OF JOHN'S SOUL AND EXTENDS ITS PRAYERS AND CONSOLATION TO HIS BELOVED SISTER KATHY AT THIS TIME OF PERSONAL LOSS."
ALTHOUGH GEOGHAN WAS SERVING TIME FOR ONE CASE...HE WAS ALSO AWAITING TRIAL FOR An alleged CHILD RAPE THAT OCCURRED IN 1986. IN FACT MORE THAN 130 PEOPLE HAVE ACCUSED HIM OF SEXUAL ABUSE DURING HIS 30-plus YEAR CAREER IN SIX PARISHES....


THE SCANDAL MUSHROOMED AFTER A JUDGE ORDERED THE RELEASE OF CHURCH FILES INVOLVING DOZENS OF PRIESTS...DOZENS OF EXAMPLES OF alleged ABUSE...DOZENS OF INSTANCES IN WHICH CHURCH LEADERS MOVED PRIESTS TO DIFFERENT PARISHES AFTER ALLEGATIONS AROSE.
LAWYER MITCHELL GARABEDIAN REPRESENTS 147 ALLEGED VICTIMS.
MITCHELL GARABEDIAN
VICTIM'S ATTORNEY
" The ones that I've spoken to today, are shocked and surprised about the death of Father John J. Geoghan. They do feel eerie about it. And they would have liked to rather seen Father Geoghan complete his sentence in jail."
OKWU TAG
TODAY THE ARCHDIOCESE IS NEGOTIATING TO SETTLE SOME 540 SEXUAL CLAIMS FOR ROUGHLY 55 MILLION DOLLARS.AS FOR THE OTHER INMATE INVOLVED IN THE KILLING, OFFICIALS SAY HE'S IN ISOLATION.))


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

[BOTH MICS HOT] The Stone Soul Picnic prepares it sixth party, and you're invited. We'll tell you more later in this half hour.
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[VO-NAT]

And amid all the continuing death and disorder from Iraq, the story of a boy whose life was probably saved once our troops moved in.
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[Break #1]



[Iraq-Boy]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sunday AM]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=Net]
[GRAPHIC=None]

The War with Iraq has claimed many victims on both sides, military and civilian. But the war has brought hope and new life to an eight year old Iraqi boy. Rick Price shows us why.
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[SOT Iraqi Boy/Throat Tumor]
[IN Q=Ali Mousa's father]
[SUPER=03-Seattle, WA; :00 ]
[SUPER=01-Margaret Larson/Mercy Corps; :14]
[SUPER=01-Dr. David Moore/Swedish Medical Center; :35]
[SUPER=01-Rick Price/Reporting; :47]
[RUNS=1:11]
[OUT Q=Rick Price for CBS News.]

((As eight year old Ali Mousa tosses coins into a fountain, some of his wishes have already come true. You can see the remnants of the massive tumor, he's lived with since he was a baby. But it no longer threatens his life says the surgeon who helped remove much of it in a 15 hour surgery.
("I THINK IT WILL GET SMALLER, AND WE'VE TALKED ABOUT THIS WITH ALI AND HIS FATHER IN SOME DETAIL.") Ali's lifesaving

surgery happened half a world away from his home in Iraq. His desperate father pleaded for medical help from Americans there. He'd been denied care for years by the Iraqis.
("ONLY THOSE CLOSE TO THE REGIMES ARE THE ONE WHO GOT THE BENEFIT TO GET THAT MEDICAL HELP.")

Then Margaret Larson, working in Iraq with the charity Mercy Corps arranged to get Ali to Seattle. She found a medical team willling to donate care. She says time was running short for the boy.
("THE LESION WAS THREATENING TO CLOSE HIS AIRWAY, AND HE MIGHT WELL NOT HAVE LIVED BUT JUST A FEW MORE MONTHS.")

The placement of the tumor, and the danger it posed to Ali prevented doctors from taking all of it. They removed as much as they could, and left hope in its place.
("ALI'S AIRWAY IS IN GOOD SHAPE AND HIS LIFE HAS BEEN SAVED)

Rick Price for CBS News.))
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[ANCHOR=Marya]
[GRAPHIC=]

Ali will get a little taste of American culture shortly when he heads for a Mariner's game.


[Health-Review]


[ANCHOR=Joy]
[NEWSCAST=sun am]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=Health Check II 2:01:42]
[GRAPHIC=Health Review]

The FDA changes labeling requirements for products containing Olestra.
And despite the benefits, most moms don't continue breast feeding past the first month.
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[Take Health Review FS]
Joy Sutton has those stories and more in this week's Health Review.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Foods that contain the fat substitute]
[SUPER=01-Heather Cox/Kroger Dietitian; :23]
[SUPER=01-Nancy Forrest/Carilion Certified Lactation Consultant; 1:11]
[SUPER=04-Columbia Pictures; 1:24]
[SUPER=07-Katherine Green; 1:35]
[SUPER=01-Joanne Chiglinsky/Licensed Clinical Social Worker; 1:56]
[SUPER=01-Dr. Dennis Garvin/Lewis-Gale Clinic Urologist; 2:30]
[SUPER=@Joy2; 2:42]
[RUNS=2:53]
[OUT Q=That's health review, I'm Joy Sutton.]
(([TAPE#=502-11, 1:04:07]


Foods that contain the fat substitute Olestra will no longer be required to carry a label advising consumers of potential gastrointestinal side effects.
That's because the FDA has decided the side effects aren't significant enough to warrant special labeling.
Kroger Dietitian Heather Cox says consumers should still be careful.
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[SOT4:25:28]
[IN Q=There have been complaints to the FDA, ]

((THERE HAVE BEEN COMPLAINTS TO THE FDA, THOUSANDS OF COMPLAINTS OF ADVERSE REACTIONS TO OLESTRA AND BECAUSE OF THAT I JUST REALLY THINK IF YOU THINK ARE THINKING ABOUT USING THIS YOU NEED TO BE ADULT OVER 18 AND NOT SERVE IT TO YOUR CHILDREN ))
[RUNS= 15]
[OUT Q=and not serve it to your children]
[TAPE#=503-01 36:14]


In other health news,
Ethan Covington is getting breast milk by the bottle --it's another tactic his mother is trying to make sure he gets the benefits of breast milk. [***PRE-PRO FROM PACKAGE GOES HERE]
Benefits to the baby include a lower risk of disease, a higher IQ, and better visual development.
There are also many pluses for mom -- such as weight loss, reduced risks of breast and ovarian cancer, and financial savings. Formula can cost more 12-hundred dollars a year.
But many moms give up after the first month, even thought the American Academy of Pediatric recommends breast feeding for the first year of a child's life.
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[SOT8:53:42]
[IN Q=It's not neccesarily]

(( IT'S NOT NECESSARILY ALL OR NOTHING. A LOT OF MOTHER'S THINK IF THEY'RE GOING TO BREAST FEED THEY HAVE TO ONLY BREAST FEED. WE SAY DEPENDING ON YOUR LIFE STYLE -- YOU DON'T HAVE TO DO EXCLUSIVE BREAST FEEDING. ))
[RUNS= 13]
[OUT Q=exclusive breastfeeding]
[TAPE#=503-01 34:29]


Also in health news, Images in the media of women who appear to have the perfect body -- are making it hard for some young women to accept their own bodies.
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[SOT 17:55:10]
[IN Q=You think you have to be that way]

((YOU THINK YOU HAVE TO BE THAT WAY.. SO YOU FEEL LIKE YOU FAILED AND YOU'RE NOT GOOD ENOUGH AND JUST HAVE A VERY NEGATIVE SELF ESTEEM))
[RUNS= 09]
[OUT Q=very negative self-esteem]

Licensed Clinical Social Worker Joanne Chiglinsky says she seen girls as young as 12 develop eating disorders.
She says that's why parents have to start early --counteracting these images by reassuring their daughters and encouraging them to think positively.
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[SOT18:12:02]
[IN Q=A lot of young people will look in the mirror]

((A LOT OF YOUNG PEOPLE WILL LOOK IN THE MIRROR AND IMMEDIATELY FOCUS ON WHAT THEY DON'T LIKE ABOUT THEIR BODIES.. I TELL THEM TO LOOK IN THE MIRROR AND LOOK AND STRENGTHS AND LOOK AT THINGS YOU LIKE ABOUT YOURSELF AND FOCUS ON THAT))
[RUNS= 10]
[OUT Q=focus on that]

[TAPE 503-00 at 38:26 ]
And finally in medical news, A recent study found that the PSA test used to screen for prostate cancer--missed the majority of tumors --especially the ones in men under 60. The problem is not with the test but how it's interpreted.
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[SOT2:21]
[IN Q=This blood test is so remarkable that it's]

((THIS BLOOD TEST IS SO REMARKABLE THAT IT'S TAKEN US THE 15 TO 20 YEARS THAT WE'VE HAD IT AVAILABLE OUTSIDE OF CLINICAL RESEARCH TO TRY TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO INTERPRET IT --AND THIS STUDY IS ONE OF THE WAYS WE ARE CONTINUING TO REVISIT THIS ISSUE AND TRYING TO GET BETTER AT INTERPRETING IT))
[RUNS= 18]
[OUT Q=at interpreting]


Doctor Dennis Garvin says age adjustments, and changes for people who are at higher risk for prostate cancer --should also be taken into consideration when determining an abornmal PSA level for a patient.
That's health review, I'm Joy Sutton.))

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[Soul-Picnic]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sunday AM]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=None]

It began five years ago as a cookout outside a Roanoke radio station. And as the WTOY Stone Soul Picnic grew, it moved on to bigger quarters. Now the sixth one is set to go this coming Saturday at Washington Park, and joining to talk about it is one of the organizers from the start, Daniel "Duke" Ellington.

[SUPER=01-Daniel "Duke" Ellington/Organizer]


What can people expect?
It's obvious the event has grown over the years. In what other ways has it changed?
Last year you honored Roy Stanley for his many years of contributions. Who are you honoring this year?

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[VO-NAT Producer will call]
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/August 2002;]
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[SUPER=01-Daniel "Duke" Ellington/Organizer]



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[Take Info Board FS] The Stone Soul Picnic is next Saturday, August 30th, in Roanoke's Washington Park. It begins at Noon and runs until 10 at night.
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We'll be right back. [BUMP] [COMMERCIAL BREAK]

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[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun Am]
[WRITER=jen]
[TAPE#=net]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=#4070;weekend headline banner]

Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning...... Investigators work to determine what ignited a Roanoke house fire overnight.
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And another victim is recovered from a deadly flood just one state away.
We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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[2Roanoke-Fire]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sunday AM]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=03-33 29:49]
[GRAPHIC=Fire]


Fire destroyed a Roanoke house overnight. Investigators are working to determine the cause.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;]

Roanoke Firefighters were called out just after 10 p.m. to 924 9th Street Southeast. The first units arrived to find the back of the building in flames which were already spreading to the attic. Investigators were brought in overnight to determine how it started, but so far, we have no word if there is any ruling. Fire officials say the home was vacant, and neighbors say it had been abandoned for several years.
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[Verizon]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sunday AM]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=03-29 TC-1:16:51]
[GRAPHIC=Verizon]


Union workers at Verizon say talks with the company have slowed down, so they're picking up picket signs this weekend, even as those talks continue.
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[VO-NAT :11]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Union employees have been working without a contract for three weeks now. Leaders say some movement in negotiations has been made, but they're not willing to budge on the issue of job security.
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[SOT 3:34:09]
[IN Q=No matter what a]

((BARRY MEADOR/LOCAL 2204 VICE PRESIDENT: NO MATTER WHAT A COMPANY OFFERS YOU, IF YOU'RE NOT THERE TO APPRECIATE IT OR RECEIVE THE WAGES OR BENEFITS IT DOESN'T MATTER. SO TO LAY OFF OUR PEOPLE AND SHIFT OUR WORK TO OTHER AREAS AND THEY EVEN TALK ABOUT SHIPPING IT OVER TO INDIA. SO, WE DON'T WANT TO LOSE OUR JOBS.))
[SUPER=01-Barry Meador/Local 2204 Vice President;]
[RUNS=18]
[OUT Q=to lose our jobs]
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[VO-NAT :10 +]
[SUPER=@File;]

The union represents more than 900 employees in our area. Leaders say yesterday's picket was informational and a way for employees to show their solidarity.
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[Pillowtex-Benefit]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sunday AM]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=03-27 TC-1:21:00]
[GRAPHIC=Pillowtex]


The Pillowtex plant in Fieldale may be closed, but people there aren't throwing in the towel. With school about to begin, Fieldale residents are pulling together to make sure the students have what they need for class. Jennifer Wishon has the story.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Kimberly Henry is excited]
[SUPER=03-Henry Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Lee-Ellen Gunter/Donated School Supplies; :11]
[SUPER=01-Kimberly Henry/Student; :34 ]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1; :46 ]
[SUPER=01-Jerry Hairston/UNITE Service Representative; 1:07]
[RUNS=1:34]
[OUT Q=JW, News 7, Henry County]

(( Kimberly Henry is excited about starting the fifth grade at Ridgeway Elementary, but times are hard for her family, along with a thousand others in the Fieldale Community.
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[SOT 2:42:58]
[IN Q=With all the]

((LEE-ELLEN GUNTER: WITH ALL THE STRESSES OF BEING A PARENT IN THE FIRST PLACE, TO NOW HAVE TO FIND HEALTH INSURANCE AND TO FIND A JOB AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES JUST SEEMED OVERWHELMING JUST TO ME AND I STILL HAD A JOB.))
[RUNS= 12]
[OUT Q=still had a job]

Lee-Ellen Gunter learned Pillowtex workers had been laid off and began thinking like a mother.. She started a campaign to collect school supplies from family and co-workers. Students like Kimberly Henry are grateful.
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[SOT 2:41:20]
[IN Q=I got a pencil]

((KIMBERLY HENRY: I GOT A PENCIL BOX, SOME HIGHLIGHTERS, SOME CRAYONS AND I GOT A BINDER AND SOME TISSUES.))
[RUNS= 09]
[OUT Q=and some tissues]
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[SOT 2:25:21]
[IN Q=These school supplies]

((JENNIFER WISHON/NEWS 7: THESE SCHOOL SUPPLIES WERE DONATED BY CONCERNED CITIZENS AND FELLOW CHURCH MEMBERS AND THANKS TO THEIR SISTER UNION OUT OF WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA, CHILDREN WILL NOW HAVE A NEW OUTFIT FOR THEIR FIRST DAY BACK AT SCHOOL.))
[RUNS= 11]
[OUT Q=back at school]

More than half of the workers laid off from Pillowtex have school aged children. Union leaders hope money won't be so tight next year at this time because there's still hope someone will step forward and buy the textile plant.
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[SOT 2:16:15:13]
[IN Q=We make the best]

((JERRY HAIRSTON: WE MAKE THE BEST TOWEL IN THE WORLD, ROYAL VELVET AND CHARISMA, AND IT'S MADE RIGHT HERE IN THIS FACILITY AND WE'RE HOPING THAT CAN CONTINUE.))
[RUNS= 08]
[OUT Q=that can continue]

In the meantime, Gunter is focusing on the children.
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[SOT 2:44:01]
[IN Q=I think every kid]

((LEE ELLEN GUNTER: I THINK EVERY KID DESERVES TO GO TO SCHOOL WITH A NEW BOOK AND NEW PENCILS AND MOMS DESERVE TO GET SEND THEM OFF WITHOUT WORRYING ABOUT ALL THIS.))
[RUNS= 10]
[OUT Q=about all this]

And parents say they are appreciative for the relief while they learn the A-B-C's of starting over. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Henry County.))

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[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=Net]
[GRAPHIC=None]


A priest involved in the church abuse scandal is dead after being attacked in prison.
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[VO-NAT]


Massachusetts authorities say another inmate apparently strangled John Geoghan yesterday.
He was serving time for fondling a 10-year-old boy, but more than 130 people have claimed he abused them as children.
The news sent ripples of shock through the Boston archdiocese and through Geoghan's accusers.
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[SOT MA: Saviano/Killed bite]
[IN Q=All of us very]

((PHIL SAVIANO: all of us are very troubled by this. we were pleased that he was in prison b/c he needed to be off the street and we felt that the children were safe but we never meant for prison sentence to be death sentence.))
[SUPER=01-Phil Saviano/Priest Abuse Victim;]
[RUNS=:14]
[OUT Q=to be a death sentence.]
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[VO-NAT]


Geoghan was being held in protective custody, but still had some contact with other inmates.
The man accused of killing him was serving a sentence for murder, armed robbery and mailing a letter he claimed contained anthrax.
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[KY-Floods]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sun. a.m.]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=Net]
[GRAPHIC=Flooding]


A second victim of deadly floods in Kentucky has been found.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Franklin Co., KY;]


A helicopter crew discovered the body of a 39-year-old woman yesterday.
She and her 6-year-old son were killed Friday when a creek near their home flooded its banks.
Witnesses say a 10-foot wall of water washed the family's house away in a matter of seconds.
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[BUTT SOTS]
[IN Q=There was nothing]
[SOT @ :23]

((ROGER SMITH: THERE WAS NOTHING ...SHE WAS GONE.))
[SOT @ :33 cover second part of bite]

((THEY WENT DOWN... HOUSE JUST COLLAPSED ON THEM.))
[SUPER=01-Roger Smith/Witness; :00 QUICK!]
[RUNS=:13]
[OUT Q=collapsed on them.]
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[VO-NAT]


A girl who rescuers BELIEVED was also in the home earlier turned up safe elsewhere.
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[Tease#2]



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

Virginia Tech fans will be asked to show their pride in a big way this Friday. We'll hear more about that just ahead on News 7 Sunday Morning.
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[VO-NAT]

And later, if you ever wanted to give your cellphone a big heave into oblivion, don't feel alone.
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[LOTTO] [Break]

[Hokie-Pride]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sunday AM]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=None]


Hokie fans seem to have more and more to celebrate these days. That's why the Roanoke Valley Hokie Club is calling on them to display their pride this Friday.
Rick Harman is here this morning to talk about Hokie Pride Day.
[SUPER=01-Pat Green/Hokie Pride Day;]


- What is Hokie Pride Day? - How widespread is it? - How did it start? - Hokie fans have a lot to celebrate this year -- how do you think getting into the ACC tournament will affect things?

- Hokies are ranked the highest they've ever been ranked in pre-season polls. Do you think they can go all the way this year?
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Fall 2002]



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[SUPER=01-Rick Harman/Hokie Pride Day;]




(Toss to bump)


[RENTAL BUMP]



[Link-Reunion]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Sunday AM]
[WRITER=tst]
[TAPE#=03-30 TC 1:32:35]
[GRAPHIC=none]

The women who unexpectedly became part of a famous photograph still remember the night it was taken 45 years ago.
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[VO-NAT]


45- years ago this month, photographer O. Winston Link spotted three women at a pool in Welch, West Virginia, and asked them to come back later that night for one of his pictures.
The Norfolk & Western Railway supplied the train.
The result was one of Link's most well-known images.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]


Two of the one-time models got together yesterday in Roanoke, to visit the site of the O. Winston Link Museum.
Anne Williams remembers watching Link set up for the shot.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=I remember...]

((ANNE WILLIAMS/PHOTOGRAPHED BY LINK: I REMEMBER ALL THE EQUIPMENT. YOU KNOW, JUST, I HAD NEVER SEEN THAT KIND OF EQUIPMENT.))
[SUPER=01-Anne Williams/Photographed by Link; :02]
[RUNS=:07]
[OUT Q=...kind of equipment.]
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[VO-NAT]


Nilda Ramella had other things on her mind that night.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=What bathing suit...]

((NILDA RAMELLA/PHOTOGRAPHED BY LINK: WHAT BATHING SUIT TO WEAR? THAT'S WHAT WAS ON MY MIND; WHAT BATHING SUIT TO WEAR. HE GAVE US A SILVER DOLLAR. THAT WAS OUR REWARD. AND WE SIGNED A PAPER, WHICH WE KNOW NOW WAS A RELEASE FORM.))
[SUPER=01-Nilda Ramella/Photographed by Link; :05]
[RUNS=:10]
[OUT Q=...a release form.]
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[VO-NAT]


Both women later became school teachers.
The third member of the trio, Vesta Dajani ((duh-JOHN-ee)), was unable to attend the reunion.
Both Williams and Ramella have enlargements of the photograph in their homes.
Anybody else who wants a copy can expect to pay about 10-thousand dollars for a signed print.
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[Phone-Throwing]


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[WRITER=ejo]
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If you ever get fed up with your cell phone service, you might wish you take out your frustrations the way people do each year in Finland. But just in case you can't make the trip, Katherine Dorsett dials up the details.
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[SUPER=03-Savonlinna, Finland; :00]
[SUPER=01-Joe Sunderland/Contestant; :18]
[SUPER=01-Christina Lund/Organizer; :37]
[SUPER=01-Sami Santala/Event Winner; :50]
[SUPER=01-Katherine Dorsett/Reporting; :59]
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[OUT Q=This is Katherine Dorsett reporting.]

(( "Natsound of man throwing a phone" THIS MAN IS ONE OF FIFTY CONTESTANTS VYING TO WIN THE FOURTH ANNUAL MOBILE PHONE THROWING COMPETITION IN FINLAND. THE IDEA IS TO THROW A PHONE AS FAR AS POSSIBLE ALONG A FIVE-METER WIDE CORRIDOR. "This is just their way of getting rid of this frustration and telling the phone companies that this is just not on... it is time to lower call costs and give everyone a better deal, I think." "Natsound of man throwing a phone" CONTESTANTS PICK THEIR MOBILE PHONE FROM A POOL OF HEAVY, OUTDATED MODELS. "It is bizarre but I think it is quite natural for Finns to play with the mobile." THIS YEAR'S WINNER WAS SAMI SANTALA, A FORMER BASEBALL PLAYER. HE THREW HIS PHONE SOME 99 METERS. "To throw a telephone is much more difficult than to throw a ball, it's difficult to get a good grip." HIS PRIZE FOR SECURING FIRST PLACE? A NEW MOBILE PHONE! FOR CNN NEWSOURCE...I'M KATHERINE DORSETT REPORTING.))