12/21/05

News 7 at 5

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A house fire in Franklin County this
morning claims the life of one person.


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CAPTION: Baby Express

Joy Standup

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*CG standup Keith Humphry
khumphry@wdbj7.com
*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com
*CG standup Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com
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GRAPHIC=Election 2005 They've been at it all day.



State election workers are
tallying up vote totals in the attorney
general's race.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Lynchburg
Yesterday Local officials recounted votes :00 in every precinct yesterday.

Those numbers were then sent to
Richmond and stored in a vault over
night.

*CG locator Richmond Today the numbers are being called out :09 precinct by precinct, recorded and then
handed off to accountants who are
keeping a running total.

The recount court is also ruling
on any challenged ballots along the
way.

Once all the votes are totaled
the court will certify the recount
winner.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

We'll have more on any
developments tonight on News 7 at 11.
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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Fatal Fire `` A morning fire in Franklin County


kills one person.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Franklin Co.

The fire started just before
11o'clock on Three Oaks Road in the
Burnt Chimney section of the county.

When crews arrived they found
this two-story log home collapsing.

As flames raced through the
structure - firefighters got word that
one-person was missing.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Chris Slemp
Franklin Co. Public Safety Director @3:12:50.00

CHRIS SLEMP, FRANKLIN CO. PUBLIC SAFETY
DIRECTOR: BY THE TIME MOST OF THE UNITS
HAD ARRIVED, THE HOUSE HAD COLLAPSED
AND PANCAKED DOWN -SECOND STORY TO THE
FIRST FLOOR. SO YOU PRETTY MUCH KNOW
YOU'RE NOT GOING TO GO IN THERE AND
SAFE ANYTHING- NOT GOING TO BE ABLE TO

GO IN THERE SAFELY WITHOUT GETTING
SOMEONE KILLED...PROBABLY NOT GOING TO
SAVE MUCH OF ANYTHING

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OQ=... save much of anything.





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Investigators say the found what
looks like human remains, but positive
identification hasn't been made.

But, neighbors say it was the
home of former Franklin County
treasurer Doris Brown.

We'll have the latest on story
-coming up tonight on News 7 at six.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Saddam Saddam Hussein's trial resumed today


in Iraq with the former dictator
claiming he had been beaten by his
American guards.

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VO-NAT





*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq

The State Department describes it as
"highly ironic" that Hussein would say
that he's been mistreated in jail.

A spokesman says he doesn't know of
anything that would back-up Saddam's
charge.

Earlier, a witness testified about
gruesome torture by Saddam's agents.

The trial has been adjourned until
tomorrow.

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GRAPHIC=None Sparks are flying on Capitol Hill where


lawmakers are fighting over critical
issues before adjourning for the
holidays.

On the front burner..an issue deemed
essential to the President: the Patriot
Act.

Aleen Sirgany reports.

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INQ=





*CG locator Washington, DC
:00
*CG 2line Sen. Patrick Leahy

(D) Vermont


:28


*CG 2line Aleen Sirgany
CBS News
37


*CG 2line Sen. Olympia Snowe

(R) Maine


1:05



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(END SOT) TRACK: THE SENATE IS HEADING FOR A


SHOWDOWN OVER THE PATRIOT ACT.

PARTS OF THE CONTROVERSIAL LEGISLATION
EXPIRE DECEMBER 31st... AND

PRESIDENT BUSH IS CALLING FOR AN END TO
THE FILIBUSTER.



10.36.34

(SOT - President Bush: "this


obstruction is inexcusable.")



TRACK: THERE ARE CRITICS OF THE
MEASURE ON BOTH SIDES OF THE AISLE.


THEY WANT TO MAKE SURE CIVIL LIBERTIES
ARE PROTECTED UNDER THE BILL..

WHICH GIVES LAW ENFORCEMENT MORE POWER
IN THE WAKE OF 9-11. 52-SENATORS

SIGNED A LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT - WITH
THIS MESSAGE:



11.00.53

(SOT - Sen. Patrick Leahy / D -


VERMONT: "what we've suggested is this

brief extension just to give everybody
a little bit of time, take a deep

breath, let some common sense come in
here.")



(STANDUP BRIDGE: Aleen Sirgany / CBS
NEWS: "fueling the firey debate--

the controversy over spying. Some
members of Congress are now calling

for hearings to determine whether or
not President Bush did anything

wrong when he allowed the National
Security Agency to spy on American

Citizens without getting a court
order.")



TRACK: VICE PRESIDENT DICK CHENEY, WHO
RUSHED BACK TO CAPITOL HILL

WEDNESDAY TO CAST VOTES ON THE SENATE

FLOOR, CALLED DOMESTIC SPYING

QUOTE - TOTALLY APPROPRIATE AND
CONSISTENT WITH THE CONSTITUTION.

SENATORS FROM BOTH SIDES DISAGREE.



16.45.03

(SOT - Sen. Olympia Snowe / R - MAINE:


"anytime the president is

exercising power that doesn't invite
congressional oversight in the

final analysis over such an extended
period of time raises some serious

concerns.")



TRACK: AND THE WASHINGTON POST REPORTS
-- FEDERAL JUDGE JAMES ROBERTSON

RESIGNED FROM THE COURT THAT OVERSEES
GOVERNMENT SURVEILLANCE -- IN

PROTEST OF THE DOMESTIC SPYING PROGRAM.
ON THE SENATE FLOOR THE DEBATE

ON THOSE ISSUES AND MORE MOVE FORWARD
AS LAWMAKERS TRY TO WRAP UP

SEVERAL MAJOR ISSUES BEFORE THE HOLIDAY
BREAK. ALEEN SIRGANY CBS NEWS

WASHINGTON



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GRAPHIC=None No end in sight to the New York City


transit strike.. that has left
7-million commuters in the cold.

The City is taking more legal
action.. hoping to force the
33-thousand subway and bus workers back
on the job.

Alison Harmelin reports.

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*CG locator New York, NY
:00
*CG 2line Michael Bloomberg
New York City Mayor
:15


*CG 2line George Santiago
Union Worker
:35


*CG 2line Alison Harmelin
CBS News
:58



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OQ=CBS News <<



(END SOT) A second day is two days too long...





Mayor Mike Bloomberg expressed that
sentiment when he joined millions of

commuters trekking to work... and made
it even more plainly later in the

day



SOT/Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) New


York

THIS ILLEGAL SELFISH STRIKE NEEDS TO

END AND IT NEED TO END NOW.





City and transit officials spent the
day in court to push for stronger

penalties --including possible jail
time for union leaders. The same

judge has already imposed a daily
million dollar fine and individual

members face the loss of two days pay
for each day on the picket line



SOT/George Santiago/Union Worker



WERE WILLING TO STAY OUT AS LONG AS IT
TAKES, EVEN THOUGH A LOT OF GUYS

DON'T WANT TO.



Public union strikes are illegal in NY
and officials say about

a-thousand workers actually crossed the
picket lines -- but could only

do paperwork.



Negotiations have completely broken
down -- and the city estimates a

revenue loss of $300 million dollars a
day.



STAND/UP Alison Harmelin


THIS IS SUPPOSE TO BE A FESTIVE TIME
WITH LAST MINUTE SHOPPERS CROWDING

STORES... BUT WITH COMMUTERS FORCED TO
WALK MILES IN COLD-BLISTERING

TEMPERATURES -- MANY ARE JUST
FRUSTRATED AND FREEZING.



MOS/NO SUPER

IT'S KINDA COLD



MOS/DALE DAWES

PEOPLE ARE TRYING TO GET AROUND YOU
KNOW, PEOPLE ARE TRYING TO GET TO

WORK, PEOPLE ARE TRYING TO GO SHOPPING.



Massive traffic jams due to the
enforcement of a 4-passenger car

restriction are also slowing people
down.



So what might warm them up? -- the roar
of the subway trains....



(natsot train)





returning to normal. Alison Harmelin,
CBS News, NY

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Many people afraid of the bird flu
are beginning to stockpile medication.

Coming up after the break, we'll
tell you why that is not a good idea.

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VO-NAT Also we'll you why one woman wants to


make sure "Happy Holidays" is not just
a sign of the times.

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NO MINI-OPEN KEITH ON CAM
KEITH ON CAM Right now there is no direct threat of
GRAPHIC=Bird Flu a bird flu pandemic but that has not


kept the public from worrying about it.

Some people have gone as far as trying
to hoard medication.

But it turns out that plan could
backfire.


Doctor David Marks explains.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Dr. Ronan Factora
Cleveland Clinic
:20


*CG 2line Dr. David Marks
CBS News
:30


*CG file File Tape
:39
*CG 2line Dr. Anne Moscona
NY Presbyterian-Weill Cornell
:55



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IF A BIRD FLU PANDEMIC ACTUALLY
HAPPENED TAMIFLU WOULD PROBABLY BE THE

FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE.



DOCTORS HOPE THE DRUG WILL HELP
INFECTED PATIENTS HEAL FASTER.

GOVERNMENTS ARE STOCKPILING IT.... AND

APPARENTLY HEALTHY PEOPLE ARE

TRYING TO DO THE SAME.



DOCTOR RONAN FACTORA SAYS SOME OF HIS
PATIENTS HAVE ASKED FOR IT.



(SOT-Dr. Ronan Factora/Cleveland


Clinic)

"there's no reason to give that
medication to a person to stockpile."
:04



BUT EXPERTS SAY SOME DOCTORS ARE GIVING
IT OUT.... AND IT COULD HAVE

DANGEROUS CONSEQUENCES.



(STANDUP: Dr. David Marks/CBS NEWS/New
York, NY)

A STUDY IN THE NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF
MEDICINE...... SAYS IF TAMIFLU

ISN'T USED APPROPRIATELY IT COULD BE
LESS EFFECTIVE IF A PANDEMIC HITS.



(nats)(File)

IN THE REPORT DOCTORS GAVE TAMIFLU TO
EIGHT VIETNAMESE PATIENTS WHO HAD

AVIAN FLU.

TWO OF THE PATIENTS WHO DIED HAD
VIRUSES THAT WERE ALREADY RESISTANT TO


THE DRUG.

DOCTOR ANNE MOSCONA SAYS EVEN THOUGH IT
WAS ONLY TWO PEOPLE THE

INFORMATION IS ALARMING.



(SOT - Dr. Anne Moscona/NY Pres.-Weill


Cornell)

"I think what's scary is that it seems
that avian flu in particular is

going to be able to develop resistance
fairly quickly, and that we need

to be really careful with how we use
this drug." :10



IF THE PEOPLE TRIED TO MEDICATE
THEMSELVES DURING A PANDEMIC THE VIRUS

COULD ADAPT MORE EASILY.... MAKING
TAMIFLU VIRTUALLY USELESS.



(SOT - Dr. Anne Moscona/NY Pres.-Weill


Cornell)

"If people are stockpiling, there's not
enough to go around. People

will end up sharing, using lower doses
for shorter duration." :08



THE ANSWER: LEAVE STOCKPILING TO THE
GOVERNMENT..... SO, IF NEEDED, THE

DRUG CAN BE GIVEN IN PROPER DOSES.




AND BEFORE A PANDEMIC HITS EXPERTS
BELIEVE WE NEED TO DEVELOP SOME NEW

MEDICATIONS..... SO WE'RE NOT DEPENDENT
ON JUST ONE.

DOCTOR DAVID MARKS, CBS NEWS.





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GRAPHIC=Christmas Roanoke woman is trying to put


"Christ" back in Christmas.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Radford

Norma King thought up an idea for
homeowners to put up Christmas signs
like they do with polictical signs at
election time.

She enlisted the help of Radford
native Lew Sheckler and started taking
orders.


They sold 700 signs in just three
days to Roanoke, Radford, Pulaski and
Montgomery County residents.

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*CG 2line Lew Sheckler
Radford Resident LEW SHECKLER: 15:58:29:00 ONE PASTOR IN :00 A CHURCH THE REVEREND JERRY GIBSON
TOLD US THAT HIS CHURCH GOT 300 OF THEM
AND BEGAN DISTRIBUTING THEM, THEY
COULD HAVE GOT 600 :41

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OQ=have got 600.





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They are all out of signs this
year, but Sheckler expects thousands to
place the signs in their yards next
Christmas.

He hints the idea may even go
national next year and people all over
the country will have the Christmas
signs.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Britain's best known gay couple has


tied the knot in one of the U-K's first
civil partnership ceremonies.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Windsor, UK

Elton John and longtime partner David
Furnish emerged smiling, waving and
raising their thumbs today.

It was the first day the two could
wed in England.

The couple spared no expense for the
reception. Reports say the star-
studded affair cost more than two
million dollars.

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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

It was a cold day today. After the
break, Brent Watts will tell us if it
will be colder tomorrow.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT




VO-NAT Then a little bit later, we'll tell


you why the finer things in life are
coming at a hefty price for some
Russians.

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Healthcheck As Christians prepare to celebrate


the birth of Christ -- Lewis-Gale
Medical Center is marking a baby
milestone of its own.
Roll Healthcheck Animation Roll Healthcheck Animation

TWO SHOT=Jean/Joy TWO SHOT



Joy Sutton joins us to explain in
this Health Check 7 Report --

Keith --there celebrating the 10th
anniversary of the Baby Express
program.

LIVE=Joy Full LIVE FULL

*CG standup Joy Sutton
jsutton@wdbj7.com It's a free service for any mom who

delivers at the hospital, and the same
two nurses have been doing for the past
10 years.

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INQ=when she's not helping




*CG locator Roanoke
:00
*CG 2line Sue Cundiff
Lewis-Gale Registered Nurse
:


*CG 2line Beth Haley
Mom
:


*CG 2line Rachel Schallon
First Time Mom
:



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OQ=that little bit of difference << When she's not helping to


deliver babies at Lewis Gale,
registered nurse Sue Cundiff is on
another baby mission, in her baby
mobile.

nat sot of shutting door --and driving



And in 10 years, she traveled
thousands of miles, for hundreds of

babies.

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9:21;30 runs=11



IT'S OFFERED TO EVERYBODY IT DOESN'T
MATTER WHERE THEY LIVE 33 I WENT TO HOT
SPRINGS YESTERDAY, WE'VE GOT A
LEXINGTON, FLOYD, LYNCHBURG, I'VE BEEN
TO WV, NORTH CAROLINA

(END SOT)



It's a one-time home visit not just
for the baby, but for the mother as
well.

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9:32:08 runs=04



HI MS. BETH HOW ARE YOU, GOOD MORNING

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nat sot of crying



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9:33:52 runs=04



HER COLOR LOOKS GREAT, SHE'S AWAKE,
SHE'S ALERT

(END SOT)



But this is more than just a
medical check-up, it's an educational
session, and a piece of mind for mommys
--who often have many questions.

SOT FULL



9:42:20 runs=12



EVEN THOUGH THIS IS MY SECOND BABY YOU

SECOND GUESS EVERYTHING YOU'RE DOING.
PEOPLE ARE GIVING ADVICE LEFT AND
RIGHT. IT'S JUST NICE TO KNOW WHAT
YOU'RE DOING IS WORKING OUT OK

(END SOT)



That was even more important for this
first time mother and her baby Erin.

SOT FULL



9:46:25 runs=10



JUST NICE TO KNOW THEY DIDN'T JUST DROP
YOU OFF, THEY CAME BACK TO SEE HOW
YOU'RE DOING AND THAT'S WHAT MADE IT SO
SPECIAL

(END SOT)



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9:28:17 runs=05



OH LOOK AT HERE, SHE LOOKS LIKE A
LITTLE BIRD

(END SOT)



For Sue it's more than a job, it's
a true love affair and we wouldn't fall
in love with a face like this.

SOT FULL



9:40:24 runs=03



YOU FEEL LIKE YOU MAKE THAT LITTLE BIT
OF DIFFERENCE.

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TWO SHOT= (DOUBLE BOXES)



Keith --


We met Sue today but she's say she
couldn't do it without her partner
Sandy Adams who does the home visits as
well.
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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

The college bowl season has kicked
off. Grant Kittelson will have the
details next in sports.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Plus he'll tell why the nation's


number one football team almost lost
its starting quarterback.

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ANCHOR ON CAM GRANT ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Welcome everyone to your



Wednesday Ticker and with the Holiday
Season in full swing many people will
be traveling to see family and friends.
The world of basketball is no
different. The Holiday Hoopla
Tournament tips off on December 28th at
the Salem Civic Center. 4 teams will
be coming from out of the area to face
4 local teams but that doesn't mean
there aren't local ties.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Billy Hicks
Cave Spring Head Coach



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OQ=Back in Roanoke.


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ANCHOR ON CAM GRANT ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM The college football bowl season


is officially underway.

Last night the first of 28 Bowl
Games was played as Southern Miss beat
Arkansas State in the New Orleans Bowl,
which actually was played in Lafayette.


Most college fans love to watch
bowl games, but would rather see a
playoff in Division One.

The NCAA President says he has
mixed emotions on the issue, and that
he wants everyone to know that he's not
the one holding up the playoff process.



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INQ=BITE




*CG 2line Myles Brand
NCAA President
:00





RUNS=:46 (END SOT)



OQ=...stay where they are." GRANT ON CAMERA

GRANT ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=BAM That means we can all look


forward to tonight's GMAC Bowl between
Texas El Paso and Toledo.
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ANCHOR ON CAM GRANT ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM The Final Bowl game of the season


will be the Rose Bowl played on January

4th between Texas and U-S-C for the
National Championship. The Trojans
almost had to play the game without
their starting quarterback Matt
Leinart.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The 2-thousand and 4 Heisman


Trophy Winner was ruled ineligible by
the N-C Double "A". This for a
promotional spot that he did for
E-S-P-N. This was a violation of
N-C-A-A rules and the school reported
the violation. Leinart has had his
eligibility reinstated by the governing
body and will be able to play in the
Rose Bowl. He has been banned though
from all Media access until after
Christmas.

(END VO) (END VO)



Coming up tonight on News 7 at 6
you will want to stay tuned to see what
happened to about 15 Hokie Offensive
Lineman this afternoon up in Blacksburg
and if your claustraphobic then be glad
you weren't part of it. we'll see you
then everybody, Keith's coming right
back to wrap up News 7 at 5.
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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE On Wall Street today, the stock
ENG#=1 markets started the day with a strong


rally, but they lost much of that steam
by the closing bell.

Alexis Christoforous tells us why in
our Moneywatch report.

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CBS Money Watch
:00



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STOCK ROLL STOCK ROLL
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40.37

h
0.29
74.77
h
0.19
54.64
i
0.90
60.28
h
0.10
18.22


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0.11
19.72
h
0.17
20.46
i
0.07
30.97
h
1.93
106.14
h
0.10
60.88



*CG 5stox3 h
2.11
43.34
h
0.20
28.14
h
0.23
33.15
h
1.54
88.04


Unchg
47.00


*CG 5stox4 h
0.07
59.24
h
0.04
24.04


Unchg
24.60


Unchg
4.19
h

0.05
23.85
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KEITH ON CAM KEITH ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Russians are developing a taste for


gourmet foods fit for royalty and they
are paying a king's ransom.

It's going to be a happy holiday for
fancy Russian markets where the cash
registers are jingling like christmas
bells.

Beth Knobel has more from Moscow.

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:00



*CG 2line Yana Pesotskaya


Hediard Moscow
:22


*CG 2line Beth Knoebel
CBS News
:48






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THE HOTTEST GIFT IN MOSCOW THIS
CHRISTMAS MAY NOT LAST 'TIL NEW
YEARS...







GOURMET FOOD IS the THING TO PUT UNDER
THE TREE.







(supermarkets shots)



HIGH CLASS SUPERMARKETS ARE SPRINGING
UP ALL OVER TOWN-- LIKE THIS

BRANCH OF THE FRENCH STORE HEDIARD.
IT'S SO EXCLUSIVE, IT CALLS ITSELF

A "GASTRONOMIC BOUTIQUE."







SUPER: YANA PESOTSKAYA, HEDIARD MOSCOW





2217 "There are some customers--they

can purchase for three thousand

dollars here easily--they buy for
example 15 magnum bottles of wine."







(cheese, meats, expensive stuff)



THOUGH RUSSIAN SHOPS HAVE BEEN CHOCK
FULL OF FOOD FOR THE LAST DECADE,

THIS IS A HUGE STEP UP THE EPICURIAN
LADDER. RICH RUSSIANS WHO'VE BEEN

DROPPING MONEY ON EXPENSIVE RESTAURANTS
NOW WANT HIGH QUALITY

INGREDIENTS TO COOK AT HOME.







ON-CAM /BETH KNOBEL REPORTS , MOSCOW.



THANKS TO STORES LIKE THIS, YOU CAN GET
NOW CREATE A FEAST THAT'S FIT

FOR A KING ... BUT TO PAY FOR IT YOU
BETTER BE AN.OLIGARCH.







TRY 70 DOLLARS FOR A POUND OF
CHOCOLATES...








40 DOLLARS FOR SOME PASTA...







OR 20 DOLLARS FOR A SMALL BOTTLE OF
JUICE.







(coming down escalator into store)



AT GLOBUS GOURMET, THE PRICES ARE
LOWER--THE CLIENTELE MORE MIDDLE

CLASS.







BUT IT STILL LOOKS LIKE A MUSEUM OF
FOOD.







AND ONE FULL CART WILL COST WHAT AN
AVERAGE RUSSIAN EARNS IN A MONTH

...BUT THAT'S OKAY FOR FREQUENT
SHOPPERS LIKE LARISA.








1815 NO SUPER



"Sometimes i'm coming every day."







MUSCOVITES WITH THE MONEY TO SHOP IN
GOURMET SHOPS KNOW THEY'RE

INDULGING ...BUT AFTER LIVING THROUGH
COMMUNISM, WITH ITS CONSTANT

SHORTAGES, THEY'RE HUNGRY FOR A TASTE
OF THE GOOD LIFE.



BK CBS NEWS MOSCOW





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