[Reagan]

[ANCHOR=Kimberly]

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[WRITER=kmc]
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More than 100- thousand people are expected to pay their respects to former President Reagan at the U-S Capitol Rotunda.
Reagan's body will arrive from California Wednesday evening, and will lie in state until his funeral on Friday.
President Bush has issued a proclamation that Friday will be an official day of mourning.
Jennifer Miller is in Santa Monica, California this morning and joins us now with more on plans to honor the former President.
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[SUPER=01-Jennifer Miller/CBS News;]
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((ROLLCUE:...))

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[SUPER=01-Joanne Drake/Reagan Family Spokesperson;]
[SUPER=01-Jennifer Miller/CBS News;]
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((ADMIRERS AND WELL-WISHERS WILL PAY THEIR FINAL RESECTS TO RONALD REAGAN LATER TODAY AT THE FORMER PRESIDENT'S LIBRARY IN SIMI VALLEY, CALIFORNIA.
AFTER A PRIVATE CEREMONY, REAGAN'S BODY WILL LIE IN REPOSE AT THE FACILITY NORTH OF LOS ANGELES UNTIL TUESDAY EVENING. PRESIDENT REAGAN WILL THEN BE MOVED TO WASHINGTON, D.C. FOR A STATE FUNERAL ON WEDNESDAY AND A NATIONAL FUNERAL ON FRIDAY.

SOT: Joanne Drake, Reagan family spokesperson:


"President Reagan as you know was a man of the people. And it was really important to him that people have an opportunity to pay their respects if they wanted

(MILLER STANDUP BRIDGE)

PRESIDENT BUSH HAS DESIGNATED FRIDAY A NATIONAL DAY OF MOURNING...ALREADY FLAGS HERE IN CALIFORNIA AND ACROSS THE NATION ARE AT HALF-STAFF.

(natz...."HE WAS MY HERO)


SINCE THE DEATH OF THE 40TH PRESIDENT ON SATURDAY....PEOPLE ALL OVER THE WORLD HAVE FONDLY REMEMBERED A MAN WHO FELT HIS GREATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT WAS FINDING A SAFE END TO THE COLD WAR.

SOT: "I mean everyone thinks of the fall of the Berlin Wall and they

affiliate it with Ronald Reagan." THE REAGAN FAMILY WILL TRAVEL BY MOTORCADE WITH THE BODY OF THE FORMER PRESIDENT LATER TODAY. A SPOKESPERSON SAYS THE FAMILY HAS BEEN RESTING FOR THE LONG WEEK OF CEREMONIES AHEAD. THE SPOKESPERSON ALSO SAID THAT WHILE ITS BEEN AN EXTREMELY SAD FEW DAYS...THERE'S DEFINITELY A SENSE OF RELIEF THAT PRESIDENT REAGAN IS NO LONGER SUFFERING AND HAS GONE ON TO A BETTER PLACE. ))

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[11Rke-Reagan]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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Having worked for President Reagan, one Hollins professor shared his memories of the former commander-in-chief.
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Ed Lynch worked for Reagan as a consultant on Central America during the early 80s, and still has lasting impressions of the former president.
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((ED LYNCH/CHAIR OF POLITICAL SCIENCE:THE PRESIDENCY HAD NO IMPACT ON THIS MANS PERSONALITY. HE WAS THE SAME PERSON IN THE WHITE HOUSE THAT HE WAS BEFORE HE EVER THOUGHT ABOUT POLITICAL OFFICE.))
[SUPER=01-Ed Lynch/Chair of Political Science]
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President Reagan is remembered as a communicator and a liberator. LYNCH remembers him simply as an American.
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((ED LYNCH/CHAIR OF POLITICAL SCIENCE:I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER HIM AS A CONSUMMATE AMERICAN DOING A JOB THAT HE KNEW WAS IMPORTANT, DOING IT WITH GREAT CONFIDENCE, AND NEVER WITH A SHRED OF ARROGANCE.))
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[OUT Q=never with a shred of arrogance.]
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[ANCHOR=Kim]
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Lynch switched political parties during the two years he worked for President Reagan. He attributes that to the former president's influence.

[Bush]


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[WRITER=kmc]
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President Bush is back in the U- S after attending the D-Day anniversary events in France.
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In addition to the services honoring former President Reagan, Bush is scheduled to attend the G8 summit in Georgia this week.
The leaders of the world's major industrialized nations are gathering for meetings, which begin tomorrow.
The war in Iraq is expected to be the major topic at the summit.
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[11Festival-Park]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=rle]
[TAPE#=04-22 TC-18:04]
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[ENG#=3]

The 35th annual Festival in the Park celebration wrapped up last night.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Thousands gathered in Elmwood Park to take in the sounds of the Dave Matthews Cover Band. Organizers say they are pleased with how this year's festival turned out. Weather washed away much of last year's festivities.
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[Marketwatch]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Morn]
[WRITER=chr]
[TAPE#=NET]
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In business news, new jobs and a rising market make it seem like the economy is on the up and up.
Alexis Christoforous has that story and more in this morning's Marketwatch.
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[SUPER=01-Alexis Christoforous/Reporting; :00]
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((IT'S NO LONGER A JOBLESS ECONOMIC RECOVERY. LAST WEEK, THE LABOR DEPARTMENT SAID THE ECONOMY ADDED A GREATER THAN EXPECTED 248 THOUSAND JOBS IN MAY..
THE ECONOMY HAS NOW RECOUPED ALL THE JOBS LOST IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE RECESSION. THE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE REMAINED STEADY AT 5.6 PERCENT. ECONOMISTS SAY TODAY'S REPORT MAKES IT MORE LIKELY THE FED WILL RAISE INTEREST RATES AT ITS MEETING LATER THIS MONTH.
THE STOCK MARKET APPLAUDED THE REPORT... THE DOW ROSE 47 POINTS, FOR THE WEEK IT GAINED HALF A PERCENT THE NASDAQ CLIMBED 18 POINTS AND LOST NEARLY HALF A PERCENT ON THE WEEK.
KEEP YOUR EYE FOOD STOCKS... NESTLE IS REPORTEDLY CONSIDERING A 22 BILLLION DOLLAR BID FOR GENERAL MILLS TO ADD BRANDS SUCH AS CHEERIOS AND BETTY CROCKER
The two companies have cooperated for the past 15 years in selling cereals under a joint venture.
SPOKESPEOPLE FOR BOTH COMPANIES DECLINED TO COMMENT ON THE TAKEOVER TALK.
ON THIS WEEK'S ECONOMIC CALENDAR, LOOK FOR REPORTS ON WHOLESALE INFLATION FOR MAY AND CONSUMER SENTIMENT.
FIND OUT MORE AT CBS.MW.COM IN NY I'M AC.))




(tape tosses to stocks)

[STOCKS] [WOOD ROGERS SPONSOR BOARD 5185 ESSC] [COMM]


[11D-Day-60th]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=04-26 TC-8:02]
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An estimated four- thousand people gathered in Bedford yesterday to commemorate the 60-th anniversary of the D-Day invasion. Jennifer Wishon has the story.
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[SUPER=01-Eugene Smelser/D-Day Veteran; :24]
[SUPER=01-Charles Chibitty/Commanche Code Talker; :58]
[SUPER=@Jennifer2; 1:10]
[SUPER=01-Sam Rosso/World War II Veteran; 1:38]
[SUPER=02-Sen. George Allen/(R) Virginia; 1:59]
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[OUT Q=JW, News 7, Bedford.]


[6Safety-Corridor]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
[NEWSCAST=Morn]
[WRITER=jwi]
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State police say a recent designation on Interstate-81, is making the highway safer and more efficient for motorists.
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Nearly five months after the I- 81 Safety Corridor was created between Ironto and Salem -- accidents are down compared to the same time last year.
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((SGT. TOM FOSTER/VIRGINIA STATE POLICE: IN 2003 WE RECORDED 86 REPORTABLE TRAFFIC CRASHES IN THAT PARTICULAR CORRIDOR AND FOR 2004 WE'VE SEEN 68 SO WE'RE VERY PLEASED WITH THAT.))
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Because the area saw more snow and ice in 2004 than the previous year, Foster believes the numbers will be more impressive when a second comparison is made this summer. The 15-mile stretch of I-81 is Virginia's first Highway Safety Corridor. Motorists caught speeding in that stretch could face fines ranging from 500 to 25-hundred dollars.
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[Tonys]


[ANCHOR=Kimberly]
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[WRITER=kmc]
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The toasts of Broadway were honored last night at the 58th annual Tony Awards.
"Avenue Q", a show that features puppets, earned four awards, including best new musical.
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It was a big night for Tony host Hugh Jackman, who won for Best Performance by a Leading Actor for his role in "A Boy From Oz."
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It was also a historic night for "A Raisin in the Sun" star Phylicia Rashad, who became the first black actress to win for a leading dramatic role.
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(Kim tosses to bump)

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[Biz-Brief]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
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[WRITER=kor]
[TAPE#=net]
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In business news, Maytag and Wal-Mart go through large-scale employment restructuring. Stan Case has those stories and more in today's business brief.
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[SUPER=01-Stan Case/Reporting; :]
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((A STRONG JOBS REPORT LIFTED STOCKS TO STRONG GAINS.
THE DOW INDUSTRIALS ROSE 47-POINTS AND THE NASDAQ COMPOSITE GAINED 18-POINTS.


THE ECONOMY CREATED 248-THOUSAND JOBS LAST MONTH, BEATING EXPECTATIONS.
MOST OF THEM WERE IN THE SERVICE SECTOR, MANUFACTURING AND CONSTRUCTION FIELDS.
IN THE PAST THREE MONTHS -- PAYROLLS HAVE INCREASED BY 947-THOUSAND.
THAT'S THE BIGGEST THREE-MONTH GAIN IN FOUR YEARS.
THE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE THOUGH, REMAINS AT FIVE-POINT-SIX PERCENT.


A MAJOR OVERHAUL AT MAYTAG THROWS THE COMPANY'S SHARES INTO THE SPIN CYCLE.. ITS STOCK FINISHED DOWN MORE THAN SEVEN AND A HALF PERCENT FRIDAY.
THE APPLIANCE MAKER IS SLASHING 11-HUNDRED JOBS..THAT'S ABOUT ONE-FIFTH OF ITS SALARIED WORK FORCE..MOST OF THE CUTS WILL TAKE PLACE AT A HOOVER VACUUM PLANT IN OHIO..MAYTAG IS ALSO LOWERING ITS PROFIT OUTLOOK FOR THE QUARTER AND THE FULL-YEAR. IT'S BLAMING WEAK SALES.


WAL-MART MAKES CHANGES TO ITS EMPLOYMENT POLICY.. INCLUDING A NEW PAY STRUCTURE AND AN OFFICE OF DIVERSITY.
WAL-MART IS THE NATION'S LARGEST PRIVATE-SECTOR EMPLOYER.. AND IT HAS BEEN A LIGHTENING ROD FOR DOZENS OF LAWSUITS AGAINST IT... MANY ALLEGING WAGE-AND-HOUR VIOLATIONS AND GENDER DISCRIMINATION.


WITH THE BUSINESS BRIEF... I'M STAN CASE.))

[TAPE TOSS TO STOCKS] [STOCKS] [WOOD ROGERS SPONSOR BOARD 5185 ESSC]
[+++WINNER ANNOUNCE+++]


[11Wx-D-Day]


[ANCHOR=Kim]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=bwa]
[TAPE#=04Features #2 TC-11:43]
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Much is known about the strategic and personal stories of the D-Day invasion.
One of the most important battles of World War II depended on the weather, something no one could control. Brent Watts has more.

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[IN Q=Military officials...]
[SUPER=04-June 6, 1944]
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[OUT Q=...BW, News 7 Weather.]

((MILITARY OFFICIALS NEEDED LOW TIDES AND GOOD VISIBILITY FOR A SUCCESSFUL ATTACK. WEATHER FORECASTERS CHOSE TWO SEPARATE WEEKS WHEN MOON AND TIDES WERE JUST RIGHT, JUNE 5-7 AND JUNE 17-18. FINAL PREPARATIONS WERE MADE FOR A JUNE 5TH ATTACK, BUT A COLD FRONT MOVED THROUGH THE ENGLISH CHANNEL CREATING HIGH WINDS AND DANGEROUS SURF. D-DAY WAS POSTPONED. A NAVY VESSEL OUT AT SEA REPORTED A RAPID RISE IN PRESSURE. FOR FORECASTERS IT MEANT IMPROVING WEATHER AND FOR MILITARY OFFICIALS A BRIEF WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY. AT DAWN ON JUNE 6TH, PRESIDENT EISENHOUR LAUNCHED THE ATTACK. HAD THE MILITARY WAITED UNTIL THE ALTERNATE DATE OF JUNE 17TH, THEY WOULD HAVE RUN INTO ONE OF THE WORST JUNE STORMS EV ER TO HIT THE ENGLISH CHANNEL. POSSIBLY CHANGING THE COURSE OF HISTORY.))