11/30/05

News 7 at Five
SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=News 7 at 5 Good evening, I'm Shannon Young.



<< *CG standup Shannon Young
syoung@wdbj7.com


*CG 304


*CG standup Mike Stevens >>
mstevens@wdbj7.com
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GRAPHIC=Iraq President Bush is laying out his


plan for victory in Iraq.

In a major speech at the U-S
Naval Academy today, the Commander in
Chief did everything but lay out a
timetable for troop withdrawal.

Aleen Sirgany reports.

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INQ=Fighting from his home turf...


*CG locator Annapolis, MD
:00


*CG 2line Sen. John Kerry

(D) Massachusetts


:51
*CG 2line Rep. Nancy Pelosi

(D) Minority Leader


:57 quick!
*CG 2line Aleen Sirgany
CBS News
1:11



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OQ=STD (CUSTOM) < (END SOT) PRESIDENT BUSH FIRED OFF A ROUND OF



PROMISES TO THE FRONT LINES OF THE WAR
IN IRAQ.




09.53.26

(SOT - PRESIDENT BUSH: "WE WILL NEVER


BACK DOWN, NEVER GIVE IN, NEVER

ACCEPT ANYTHING LESS THAN COMPLETE
VICTORY.")



TRACK: THE PRESIDENT ARGUED IN A
SPEECH AT THE US NAVAL ACADEMY.. THAT

IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE VICTORY, THE IRAQIS
MUST FIRST BE ABLE TO PROTECT

THEMSELVES BEFORE AMERICAN TROOPS CAN
LEAVE. BUT HE OFFERED NO DEADLINE

AND MADE NO PROMISES.



10.14.30 - BUSH HEAD ON

(SOT - PRESIDENT BUSH: "THESE


DECISIONS ABOUT TROOP LEVELS WILL BE

DRIVEN BY THE CONDITIONS ON THE GROUND
IN IRAQ AND THE GOOD JUDGMENT OF

OUR COMMANDERS -- NOT BY ARTIFICIAL
TIMETABLES SET BY POLITICIANS IN

WASHINGTON.")



TRACK: TOP DEMOCRATS CLAIM -- THE
PRESIDENT ISN'T LISTENING TO THOSE

COMMANDERS.



(SOT: SEN. JOHN KERRY / D -



MASSACHUSETTS: "OUR OWN GENERALS ARE
TELLING

THE PRESIDENT THAT OUR PRESENCE IN
LARGE NUMBERS IS PART OF THE

PROBLEM.")



(SOT: REP. NANCY PELOSI / D - MINORITY


LEADER: "IT'S WARMED OVER STEW.

IT'S MORE OF THE SAME.")





TRACK: AND A MAJORITY OF THE AMERICAN
PEOPLE SEEM TO AGREE. THE LATEST

POLL NUMBERS NOW SHOW 62-PERCENT OF
AMERICANS ASKED, DISAPPROVE OF THE

PRESIDENT'S IRAQ POLICY.



ALEEN SIRGANY / CBS NEWS: "THE
PRESIDENT IS HOPING TO WIN BACK

PUBLIC SUPPORT. THIS SPEECH IS JUST
THE FIRST IN A SERIES LEADING UP TO

THE DECEMBER 15TH ELECTIONS IN IRAQ.
ALEEN SIRGANY, CBS NEWS,

ANNAPOLIS.">>
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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Hold Americans aren't the only ones



listeing to President Bush talk about
Iraq these days.

Iraqis are anxious to learn about
the U-S' plan for their country.. even
amidst more violence today.

Charlie D'Agata reports.

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*CG locator Baqouba, Iraq
:00


*CG 2line Charlie D'Agata
Reporting
:27

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OQ=News 7. <<(NATS...ATTACK) LOCATOR: BAQOUBA,
(END SOT) IRAQ



NEARLY EVERY DAY - THERE'S ANOTHER
DEADLY REMINDER OF THE DANGERS THAT

PERSIST HERE.



THE LATEST -- A DRIVE-BY SHOOTING ON A
BUS IN BAQOUBA, NORTH OF

BAGHDAD... 9 CONSTRUCTION WORKERS
KILLED ON THEIR WAY TO THE JOB.



INCREASINGLY -- IT'S IRAQI FACES ON THE
FRONTLINE OF DEFENSE.




AND AS PRESIDENT BUSH HAS PUT IT TIME
AND AGAIN, AS SOON AS IRAQI FORCES

CAN STAND UP, US FORCES CAN STAND DOWN.



(STANDUP BRIDGE) CHARLIE
D'AGATA/BAGHDAD



ALTHOUGH THE PRIMARY AUDIENCE OF
PRESIDENT BUSH'S SPEECH IS AMERICA, IT

IS HERE IN IRAQ THAT PEOPLE WILL BEAR
THE CONSEQUENCES OF US POLICY, AND

MANY ARE WILLING TO BACK ANY PLAN THAT
BRINGS AN END TO THE VIOLENCE.



(NAT POP: SIRENS, TRUCK VEERS AROUND
CORNER)



WHEN YOU LOOK AROUND -- IRAQI FORCES
ARE EVERYWHERE - POLICE - THE ARMY

- SPECIAL FORCES.



BUT ARE THEY READY TO GO IT ALONE?



SOT - IRAQI -NO NAME AVAILABLE -


05:52:10 "YES OF COURSE, BECAUSE THEY

HAVE A GOOD TRAINING FROM AMERICAN
TROOPS AND THEY CAN HANDLE IT

THEMSELVES."




(NAT POP - ARABIC) BUT AHMED ALI KARIM
SAYS IRAQI FORCES NEED THE

AMERICANS.



IF THERE'S ONE IDEA THAT UNITES
AMERICANS AND IRAQI'S -- IT'S THE IDEA

OF GETTING AMERICAN TROOPS OUT.





SOT - YOUSEFF (NO LAST NAME


AVAILABLE)/BAGHDAD RESIDENT

"THEY TRULY HAVE FINISHED THEIR WORK
HERE - WHY NOT - WHY SHOULDN'T THEY

LEAVE?"



BECAUSE OF THE FEAR OF WHAT MAY
FOLLOW....



(NAT POP AL JAZEERA)



AND THE ONLY MAN WHO CAN MAKE THAT
CALL -- MADE IT CLEAR - HE'S NOT YET

READY TO SET A TIMETABLE.



CHARLIE D'AGATA, CBS NEWS, BAGHDAD.>>
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GRAPHIC= A car wreck on Route 220 this


afternoon tied up traffic.

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VO-NAT It happened in front of the


Wal-Mart around two o'clock.

One person was trapped inside an
overturned van and was taken to the
hospital.

No word yet on how serious the
victim's injuries were.

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GRAPHIC=None They've been given a bad rap --


but one Franklin County clinic is
offering a new incentive to turn pit
bulls into pet bulls.

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*CG locator Franklin Co.

Through a nine-thousand dollar
grant, the Franklin County Humane
Society's Planned Pethood clinic is now
offering free spaying and neutering for
pit bulls and pit bull mixes.


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INQ=OUR INTENTION




*CG 2line Tammy Javier
Planned Pethood 4439 TAMMY JAVIER/PLANNED PETHOOD: OUR
INTENTION WAS IF PEOPLE FIND OUT ABOUT
THE PROGRAM AND THEY HAVE A PIT BULL,
THEY MIGHT NOT HAVE WANTED
SPAYED/NEUTERED FOR COST OR WHATEVER
REASON, THAT THIS WILL ENCOURAGE THEM
TO DO IT 50

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OQ=TO DO IT





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Officials say spaying and
neutering help control overpopulation
and other problems like aggression and
fighting.

Coming up on News 7 at Six, we'll
hear what one pit bull owner has to say
about the incentive, and how long it
will last.

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None The Zip Code is changing for some


Roanoke County residents.

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*CG locator Roanoke 24

Some people who used to have the
24014 zip code are now in the 24018 zip
code.

The Post office says the old 1-4
zip code is being split between Roanoke
City and County.

Everyone in the city keeps 1-4 ..
county residents switch from 1-4 to
1-8.

Postal officials say that part of
the county is growing quickly-
overloading the Cave Spring Post
office.

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INQ=Cave Spring only has a...




*CG 2line Charlene Yeagley
U.S. Postal Service 15:59

CHARLENE YEAGLEY/U.S. POSTAL SERVICE:

CAVE SPRING ONLY HAS A CERTAIN AMOUNT
OF CAPACITY THEY ARE REALLY STRETCHED
FOR SPACE RIGHT NOW.

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OQ=SPACE RIGHT NOW





TALENT ON CAMERA Talent=Shannon



GRAPHIC=NONE Splitting up the zip code should


help with that problem.

Mail will be forwarded for one year
giving people a chance to notify
businesses and friends of the change.

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GRAPHIC=None The Roanoke Higher Education


Center is five years old and looking to
the future.

By many measures it is already a
success but, as Joe Dashiell reports
the center is expanding its programs,
and raising its profile in the
community.

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INQ=Kim Cifrant


*CG locator Roanoke
:00


*CG 2line Benecia Hale-Hilton
Roanoke Higher Ed. Center Student
:20
*CG 2line Tom McKeon
Roanoke Higher Ed. Center
:45
*CG 2line Kim Cifrant
Roanoke Higher Ed. Center Student
1:07 QUICK
*CG 2line Melanie Whitaker
Roanoke Higher Ed. Center Student
1:13 QUICK
*CG reporter Joe Dashiell
jdashiell@wdbj7.com
1:19







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OQ=JD News 7 Roanoke < (END SOT) nursing program offered by the


Jefferson College of Health Sciences.
Melanie Whitaker is pursuing a graduate
degree from Mary Baldwin. and Benecia
Hale-Hilton is a Roanoke teacher taking

a course offered by UVA.

But all three are attending
classes here at the Roanoke Higher
Education Center.

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INQ=I like the eclectic feel BENECIA HALE-HILTON: I LIKE THE


ECLECTIC FEEL. SOMETIME OLDER STUDENTS
MIGHT FEEL OUT OF PLACE GOING TO A
COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY WHERE THE
STUDENTS ARE TRADITIONALLY TEENAGERS OR
YOUNG ADULTS, BUT HERE THE MIXTURE
MAKES YOU FEEL AT HOME.

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OQ=makes you feel at home. That's the electic feel director


Tom McKeon promised five years ago when
the center was preparing to open... the
mix of students, McKeon says, that has
helped make the center a success.

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INQ= TOM MCKEON/ROANOKER HIGHER ED. CENTER:


WE STARTED OUT WITH ABOUT 140 PROGRAMS,
WE'RE NOW OFFERING OVER 200. OUR
ENROLLMENTS HAVE BEEN STRONG, CLOSE TO
3000 STUDENTS EACH SEMESTER, AND
PROBABLY THE BIGGEST PROOF OF SUCCESS
IS THAT WE'VE GRADUATED OVER 27-
HUNDRED PEOPLE IN VARIOUS PROGRAMS.

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OQ=27- hundred in various programs. Students cite the convenience..




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INQ=I like it KIM CIFRANT: I LIKE IT. I THINK WHOEVER


CAME UP WITH THIS PLACE THEY ARE A
GENIUS. I LIKE IT.

MELANIE WHITAKER: IT'S BEEN VERY
CONVENIENT, BECAUSE I CAN GET AN
EDUCATION FROM A SCHOOL THAT'S OUT OF
TOWN RIGHT HERE IN ROANOKE.

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OQ=right here in Roanoke. The higher ed center is looking


to the future with renovations on Henry
Street that will usher in the new
culinary institute.

And with room to grow, McKeon
says, he hopes more residents of
western Virginia will find a place in a
higher ed center classroom.

Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke>>


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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

The best part of waking up may be
more than that jolt of energy.

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VO-NAT Coming up on News 7 at Five, new


studies show that your morning cup of
coffee can help perk up your memory.

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None For some of us, caffeine gives us
EVENT=Healthcheck 7 Banner the jolt we need to wake up our brain


and focus.

Now, new research shows it may
also help us remember.

Doctor Sean Kenniff has today's
HealthCheck 7 Report.

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INQ=If you're a coffee lover...


*CG 2line Dr. Florian Koppelstatter
Medical University Innsbruck
:20
*CG 2line Dr. Sean Kenniff
CBS News
1:20



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OQ=STD (CUSTOM) < (END SOT) WON'T FORGET THIS STORY.... AT



LEAST NOT RIGHT AWAY.




(NATS)

THAT'S BECAUSE A NEW STUDY SHOWS THAT
THE CAFFEINE IN COFFEE, TEA AND

OTHER BEVERAGES MAY HELP US REMEMBER.

USING HIGH POWERED SCANS SCIENTISTS
FOUND THE STIMULANT CAN HELP

ACTIVATE OUR SHORT TERM MEMORY.



(SOT- DR. FLORIAN KOPPELSTATTER/MEDICAL


UNIVERSITY INNSBRUCK)

"NOW WE KNOW WHERE CAFFEINE EFFECTS THE
BRAIN."



(CHICAGO, IL)



(NATS- "COFFEE JUMP STARTS SHORT TERM
MEMORY")



AUSTRIAN DOCTOR FLORIAN (FLOOR-EN)
KOPPELSTATTER (KOPPEL-SCHT -EH - TER)

PRESENTED HIS RESEARCH AT A MEDICAL
CONFERENCE IN CHICAGO.

HE PUT 15 PEOPLE IN AN M-R-I MACHINE
AND ASKED THEM QUESTIONS TO TRIGGER

THEIR SHORT TERM MEMORY.

THE RESULTS WERE RECORDED..

HE THEN RAN THE TESTS AGAIN.... EXCEPT
THIS TIME THE PATIENTS WERE GIVEN

CAFFEINE.


THE DIFFERENCE?: A SPECIFIC PART OF THE
FRONTAL LOBE LIT UP.



(SOT- DR. FLORIAN KOPPELSTATTER/MEDICAL


UNIVERSITY INNSBRUCK)

"WE HAD MORE ACTIVATION OR INCREASED
ACTIVATION THROUGH THE EFFECT OF

CAFFEINE IN THIS DISTINCT PART OF THE
BRAIN."



(STANDUP: DR. SEAN KENNIFF/CBS
NEWS/MIAMI, FL)

WHETHER IT'S COFFEE OR COLA PREVIOUS
RESEARCH HAS SHOWN CAFFEINE CAN

IMPROVE MEMORY FUNCTION.

IN TESTS PEOPLE WERE ABLE TO RECALL
INFORMATION FASTER AND WORK MORE

EFFICIENTLY.

OTHER STUDIES HAVE SHOWN CAFFEINE CAN
IMPROVE REACTION TIME. :13



(NATS)

BUT THAT DOESN'T MEAN THE MORE YOU
DRINK, THE MORE YOU'LL REMEMBER.

TOO MUCH CAN MAKE YOU WIRED.....
LEADING TO A LOSS OF FOCUS AND

CONCENTRATION.



(SOT- DR. FLORIAN KOPPELSTATTER/MEDICAL



UNIVERSITY INNSBRUCK)

"WE USED 100 MILLIGRAMS OF CAFFEINE
THAT'S THE AMOUNT OF ABOUT ONE TO

TWO CUPS OF COFFEE."



DON'T FORGET: LIKE ALMOST EVERYTHING
MODERATION IS THE KEY.

AND IF YOU'VE HAD SOME CAFFEINE LATELY
THAT MAY BE A LITTLE EASIER TO

REMEMBER.

DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.>>
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It's been a record year for
Hurricanes.

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VO-NAT Coming up, we'll take a look


back, and see if this year was just a
fluke, or if we can expect the same
thing next year.



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GRAPHIC=None Today marks the official end of


the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season.

It all started in June with
Tropical Storm Arlene.

Six months later, the Atlantic
basin produced the equivelant of two
year's worth of hurricanes over the
course of one.

Brent Watts looks back at the
season of storms.

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INQ=It's a sight...


*CG 2line Conrad Lautenbacher
NOAA Administrator
:19
*CG 2line Max Mayfield
National Hurricane Center Director
1:41
*CG reporter Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com
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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE It's a photo op that's become a


national tradition.

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VO-NAT Coming up later on News 7 at


Five, the First Lady will show us how
she's decorated the White House for the
Holidays.

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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Good afternoon everybody and


welcome to the midweek ticker.

The ACC has been passing out
awards all week long.

Monday it was the all-conference
team selections, yesterday Frank Beamer
was tabbed coach of the year, and this
afternoon the player of the year honor
was handed out.

Most thought a Tech player would
get the honor - either Marcus Vick or
Calvin Johnson,

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*CG file ACC
:00 But instead - Wake Forest running
back Chris Barclay wins the award.

He's the first Demon Deacon to
win the honor since way back in 1979.

Barclay rushed for 11 hundred and
27 yards and scored 10 touchdowns.

He's the only player in ACC

history to lead the league in rushing
three straight seasons. Vick was
second.

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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM The Hokies are picking up all


kinds of honors this week - similar to
the postseason they had back in 1999.

James Anderson - the senior
linebacker who already is nominated for
the Humanitartian Heisman - is now a
finalist for the Awards and Recognition
Sportsmanship award.

One of the other ten finalists is
USC quarterback Matt Leinhart.

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*CG locator Blacksburg
:00 Also, Bud Foster has been named
one of four finalists for the
prestigious Broyles awrd that is given
annually to the best assistant coach in
college football.

This is the third time he has
been named a finalist for this honor.


Foster, who is now 46, has been
at Tech for 19 seasons.

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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM On the college hoops front, VMI


hosts Old Dominion tonight at Cameron
Hall, while UVA battles Northwestern in
the ACC-Big 10 Challenge.

Closer to home, Roanoke College
has opened the season at 5 and oh for
the first time since 1996-1997. The
Maroons open ODAC play tonight at home
against Eastern Mennonite.

Page knows there are no gimmes
in conference play.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Page Moir
Roanoke College Head Coach
:00



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OQ=15 years ago."


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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM The annual Nascar Nextel Cup


postseason awards banquet takes place
this Friday night, but as you know when
NASCAR arrives in the the Big Apple -
it takes over the city for an entire
week.

Yesterday, Champion Tony Stewart
was put through the paces by
firefighters in New York,



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*CG locator New York, NY
:00 And earlier today NASCAR proved
that there is a way to stop traffic in
this city.

The top ten drivers began their
day with a photog op in the business
district after ringing the bell at the
New York Stock Exchange.

They then strapped themselves
inside their cars and literally hit the
streets on a two and a mile mile long
ride down Broadway right through Time
Square.


They began on 48th Street and
ended up on Park Avenue at NASCAR's
New York headquarters.

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MIKEON CAMERA MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=BAM If you think that's crazy - be


sure to join us tonight on News 7 at
Six.

We'll take a look back at the
three most controversial plays in the
history of Friday Football Extra.
You'll have to see it to believe it.

Take care everybody. Shannon
will be right back.

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GRAPHIC=NONE Stocks closed mostly lower today,
ENG#=1 dragged down by concerns about rising


interest rates.

Alexis Christoforous has today's
Moneywatch.

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CBS Money Watch
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GRAPHIC=Christmas Wreath The White House is scaling back a


bit on Christmas decorations.

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*CG locator Washington, DC

First Lady Laura Bush today
showed off the landmark's holiday
splendor to the media.

At least one reporter commented
on the understated decorations.

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*CG 2line First Lady Laura Bush

Reporter: I have to tell you...First
Lady Laura Bush: Aren't they
beautiful?

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Mrs. Bush says this year's look
is simple but elegant, and called the
decorations the most beautiful she and
the President have had during their
time in the White Hosue.

The theme is determined in April,
which gives White House staffers plenty
of time to prepare for the holiday
season.

Mrs. Bush says she expects more
than 44-thousand people to visit the

White House during the holiday season.

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