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INTERVIEW RESUMES: David Susskind Bob Brown you want to say something? Bob Brown Yes I wanted to say something. I had nothing to do really with showing this merchandise to children, the United States government since this summer, which is not so long ago. has sent overseas to deprive nations over 14 million condoms. The United States government has done that at a cost of the American taxpayer are $3.02 per gross. Now the interesting thing about these condoms that makes it different from what we've shipped in the past, is that these are in colors. They are in red, white and blue. They are in black. They are in gray. And they are in pink, to encourage the people overseas to try these things. Now, the United States government has embarked on this. The United States government embarked on another project that cost us $2 million a commission for obscenity and pornography. Yes. Which nobody's paying any attention to Barnard Sackett the what you're saying is maybe in all the hardcore films if the men wore prophylactics will be acceptable. Bob Brown That might be people David Susskind Do you disagree in New York Times reporter a fairly recently went to a porno theater. And he described it as being filled with men who generally sat alone, careful not to sit next to anybody. Some seats between them when the house lights came on. He said they looked embarrassed to be there. Is that an unfair description? Barnard Sackett I like to know who the man was Wakefield Poole I think so too Barnard Sackett I think I think we should have him analyze first. Wakefield Poole I think it's terribly untrue Bob Brown really everything's in the eye of the beholder. Martin Hodas He did an article he I was in that article. And I'll tell you right now, it was quite slanted, like most things I found that are in the newspapers. I don't think basically after I've read so many things about myself in the newspapers, and I was wondering after I put it down who this individual was. So basically, I've come to the conclusion that the newspapers just they do certain things for sensationalism, they're a business they want people to read their their press and they don't want to they don't have this press in there for people to to look at and just get a unordinary feeling from it has to be a little bit sensationalist. So they have to they add in a little bit between the lines and everything for us to say whether this reporter was telling the truth or not Barnard Sackett Martin I'll tell you a funny example. I have a film a called a rock icon that opened in Washington. The Washington Post refused to accept the advertised with the name Erotica con. So I went down to the Washington Post and I saw the advertising message Why won't you take the title is because pornography, it's pornographic? It's obscene. It's dirty as a way to go to what does it mean? He says, Don't you know what it means? I said of course I do. I made it up is Oh, I thought was a word. The dictionary actually happened The Washington Post. So we got the word through. You got your head. Of course the title got through not the ad. David Susskind There's not really harassment there's a good deal of amusement in your work, isn't it? Barnard Sackett Yes. If you that's why just like going to see the so called pornographic films David people come in come in with a sense of humor. They come into enjoy themselves, you know, not to be afraid to look at one another. We put the house lights on during intermission. People look at each other. They want to make friends. Wakefield Poole The guilt syndrome has gone to I mean, that's I think that's a thing of the past. David Susskind I'm curious, what kind of people make your pornographic movies. What kind of actors? Wakefield Poole as the actors David Susskind wild exhibitionists. Wakefield Poole No, no, you're wrong. Bob Brown demure housewives Wakefield Poole no ordinary people. I mean, Barnard Sackett they want to learn the business. Wakefield Poole They want to learn the business. Not only that, I think everyone has a desire to be immortal. And it's a chance you know, Hollywood, the old days of Hollywood, everyone used to run to Hollywood, you know, to try and get into films. Now. porno films are being made underground films. And it's that same thing that made people in the 30s and the 40s rush to Hollywood it's that being a mortal being there to to having the experience of seeing oneself there. I don't think it's to see themselves have sex. I think it's just the idea of being on film. Martin Hodas You know, there is no doubt in my mind that in the years to come we'll see maybe two maybe five years maybe 10 years we're gonna look back right now and what on what this government has done you could say to people in our business we're gonna look back at it as we look back today on what Massachusetts did to the witches up there in those days David Susskind Oh, I hardly think so Martin Hodas Well I basically believe in I think almost every business believes in it. I think I think that is such nonsense what is going on today is such nonsense and all all the money that's being spent in everything to like this fella Keating and everything to show people you know what's happening in your neighborhood the show that's what for what for? In other words they burnt witches in those days and they thought they were doing the right thing. Ascending and Descending people today that are making sex film to gently think of doing the right thing. And who are you to say basically that in 10 years from now, we're not going to look back at it and say it was a travesty of justice this is definitely going to happen. David Susskind I think you can't compare yourself to the New England witches have Martin Hodas Well right now let me tell you in those days they believed in witches. This is wrong. Bob Brown This F lee Bailey, the noted criminal lawyer has just come out with a magazine which is supposed to be a competitor to playboy. The first issue came out in October. So obviously there's more than one issue. The name of it is gallery. Definitely Bailey just felt like putting this out. He is. David Susskind It's a hobby. Bob Brown It's a hobby, okay. But it's a sex magazine. The first run has 425,000 copies that that will be unavailable in no time. Playboy put out a competitor to itself, we compare it to its to itself called Oui oui, French. And their first run was 800,000 copies about three months ago, within a week, you could not buy a copy. They are all collector's items. David Susskind There is no doubt that there's a wide appetite for this. And I also want to say it's my job to question you sharply. But if you said what do you think, I believe in the prohibitions of that commission of the obscenity commission that children should not be allowed to get access? And certainly you shouldn't entice with overly graphics? Bob Brown Well, we all agree with that. David Susskind But I would say that consenting adults have a right to read the books books they want to read Martin Hodas I don't think there is a bookstore in this country Bob Brown We all agree with that but that doesn't make a bit of difference. David Susskind we will come to the time in this country when an adult may make his own decision with respect. Bob Brown I'd like it to happen in my lifetime David Susskind It will happen in your lifetime Martin Hodas why do we have to wait for it right now to constitution says we are entiltled to it right now? David Susskind You might have to wait another four years or so. But let me ask you a question. Do you personally enjoy the stuff you sell and show? Barnard Sackett I personally don't look at the films that I play I don't have the time for it. Well, that's Martin Hodas a very very boring in other words, anything to do with sex is very boring to me. Right? David Susskind I would agree with that I Martin Hodas find after a while you know, it's like a Chinese proverb that says you know, that which is the least obtainable is the most desired that which is the most obtainable as at least desire. That's stolen cookie. Yeah, basically, that's the size of yourself. You've made it easy and it's no longer that desire, but that's why the business has fallen off to what it has. It's because a guy knows that hey, you know, he says I can come next week and get a magazine so David Susskind you yourselves are bored with it. Wakefield Poole Bored doing it or bored seeing it? David Susskind board seeing it board reading it Barnard Sackett board see get to such an extent I decide to try something I'm very serious about this. I've decided I'm going to take one week of an advertiser film, and you come to that theater, you see absolutely nothing on the screen for an hour and a half. But music, are you gonna hear his music? I'm serious about this. I might run the film, you know, process film, get all that, you know, the the mock through, that's all and let people have their I don't have a title and an end. And let people imagine what they think they've seen on that screen. And I thought putting a girl on the door, the take tickets, you know, very flimsy outfit, which will set them up with the idea. David Susskind I've heard everything. Now I want to thank you very much for coming. Do you have a final Bob Brown Yes I have a final one in 1957? In the Roth case, which was very important case David Susskind you're a historian of pornography Bob Brown Well, I've been in porn enough almost a lawyer on 1857. Roth versus United States and Albert, Albert versus California. Supreme Court Justice Bennon ruled that obscenity and sex are not synonymous. Now therein lies the crux of the problem, David, all these law enforcement officials, all these sex organizations who pay their people to fight it, claim that sex just sex is illegal, immoral, degrading, wicked, vicious and should be put out of business. Well, if it were, we wouldn't be here. But that's the problem. To them. Sex is illegal. And they're the ones who need those Wakefield Poole Biggest obscenities of Vietnam War. David Susskind I buy that. We'll be back in a minute. Thank you gentleman
Passage To Bermuda
Passage To Bermuda 1963 1960s Color Color North America Bermuda A trip to Bermuda in 1963 hosted by Jonathan Winters. people dressed up at outdoor garden party. Man wearing pith helmut. Blue blazers. Man wearing tall woman's tall straw hat with blue ribbon. Bermuda shorts with white knee socks. Woman with pearls. Lighting and smoking cigarettes, John F Kennedy and British Prime Minister Harold MacMillan pose in front of Government House, Bermuda, CU Harry Truman smiling. Truman holding a child with a group of people, street sign on stone wall: Silk Alley or Petticoat Lane. Jonathan Winters saunters down street hold hat and making faces, street sign on wall: Shinbone Alley. Jonathan Winters walks towards camera and bumps shin into barrel. Winces in pain. street sign on stone wall: Duke of Cumberland Lane or Old Maid's Lane. Jonathan Winters walks towards camera shaking like an old man, camera tracks through row of white lillies in a garden. Cuts to sexy woman in white dress reclining on elbow in middle of lily garden. actress Mary Martin sitting in the shade in a summer dress painting on an easel with long thin brush. young girls dressed as flowers with large colorful collars and hats. aerial views of Bermuda hotels. Elbow Beach Hotel, Wyndham Bermuda Resort, guest house, cottage colony. Gibbs Hill lighthouse. Couple on top, woman's hat blows off and falls though air. parade with floats covered in flowers. Boy with camera sitting on father's shoulders takes picture. Beauty queen on float waves. Jonathan Winters with reflex camera taking picture. Looks confused. Looks at watch. Weather vane on tower (looks like a clock). man and woman on rocks above beach. Man has camera, hands it to woman, says wow. man and woman holding hands run down steps to beach. Man and woman in bathing suits run into water. Another couple cavort in the waves. overhead shot, man and woman relaxing on beach with large rocks. Woman in bathing suit relaxing on beach with feet on rocks. Man helps put swimming flippers on foot of young smiling blond woman in bikini sitting on rocks. Scuba tank is nearby. Couples playing on beach and in water. Large beach umbrella, two people snorkeling. Woman on raft. Girl pushes doll on raft. young blond girl swims towards camera. Boy and girl on raft wearing flowered straw hats paddle towards camera. Young blond girl in water with large red balloon looks at camera. young boy in very small boat with puppy cradles duck. Young boy floats on raft. Two young boys in small boat hold puppy and duck. Duck jumps into water. blond woman in bikini lying face up on raft floats by man lying face down on raft. Blond woman glides around on raft. Black dog wearing sunglasses floats by on raft. Jonathan Winters in bathing suit lying on raft in swimming pool reading newspaper. Dips fingers in water to turn pages. Zoom into magazine article on John Lautner's Chemosphere House. two men drive golf balls off of tees overlooking water. Woman sinks a putt while man holds flag. low angle from water of Sunfish sailboat race. One boat capsizes. girl sailing Sunfish capsizes. Twp men struggle with sail on Sunfish. One climbs on as it sails away. water skiing tricks. Woman has legs around man on skis. deep sea fishing. Man hauls sailfish with gaffing hook and brings him on boat. Old woman sitting in fishing chair points to fish. underwater shot of bonefish swimming. Man standing in surf with fishing pole reachs down and brings fish out of water with one hand and holds it up. Jonathan Winters standing in front of large acquarium pretending to talk to fish. man and woman divers underwater wearing diving helmets caressing tropical fish. Fish swims through hoop. underwater diver feeds hog fish with baby bottle and from beer bottle. Smaller tropical fish swarm. Diver holds doll. sailfish sails by couple eating dinner on terrace of restaurant next to water. They drink wine. Man puts cracker in woman's mouth. street sign on concrete wall Featherbed Alley. Pan down to Jonathan Winnters wearing straw hat sitting on ground leaning against wall
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Entertainment Daily: Turner Prize - Madonna causes controversy at top UK arts prize-giving
TAPE: EF01/0853 IN_TIME: 14:15:46 DURATION: 4:59 SOURCES: APTN/BBC/Channel 4 RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: London 9/12/01 SHOTLIST 1. Vs # 227 Martin Creed's work 'The lights go on and off ' 2. Starts with opening of door - Vs ' The Cosmic Legend of the Uroboros Serpent ' by Mike Nelson 3. Vs video-images on wall - Vs video Installation ' The long road to Mazalan' -Isaac Julien 4. Vs photos and video by Richard Billingham BBC footage 5. Sot Martin Creed "I can't explain it, except to say that the lights are definitely going on and off" Channel 4 footage 6. Sot Madonna (aka Mrs Ritchie!) "Thank you, sir. Welcome to Tate Britain. It's a little bit strange handing out a prize for best artist because there's no such thing as the best anything, there are only opinions. Personally I think award ceremonies are silly. Does anyone agree on who should win? Never. Do awards make the world a better place? Not really. Does the artist who wins the award become a better artist? Definitely not really. Is it nice to win twenty grand? Definitely, but after spending time in this city I can tell you it won't last very long. What I do know is that art is always at its best when there is no money, because art has nothing to do with money and everything to do with love and like love it can be inspiring, inexplicable, provocative and sometimes infuriating. Nevertheless we cannot live without it so that is why I am here, not because I believe that one artist is better than another but because I want to support any artist that not only has something to say but the balls to say it. In a time when political correctness is valued over honesty. I would also like to say right on motherf*******. Everyone is a winner. And the winner is...and the name is Mrs Ritchie. And the winner is Martin Creed." 7.Top shot Martin Creed gets hugs 8. WS Marin Creed walks to stage 9. Sot Martin Creed "I would like to say thanks to a lot of people, nearly everyone. Thanks a lot. Thanks very much." 10. Ws Martin walks off stage 11. CU Madonna smiling APTN footage 12.WS of ' Lights going of and on' BBC Footage 13. VS other work by Martin Creed 13.Sot Martin Creed: "People can make of it what they like. I don't think it's for me to explain it. I like it. For me it's full of life." MADONNA BLUE PERIOD AT TURNER PRIZE AWARDS Superstar and art collector MADONNA led the annual Turner Prize ceremony on Sunday, presenting the presitigious award to Martin Creed for his minimalist creation - a bare room with flashing lights. Creed wins 22,000 pounds (USD 31,500) for his piece, entitled "227: The lights going on and off," an empty gallery whose ceiling lights flash at five-second intervals. The judges of the UK's foremost annual contemporary art competition, led by the director of London's Tate Britain gallery Sir Nicholas Serota praised its "strength, rigor, wit and sensitivity to the site" along with Creed's "audacity" in presenting just a single work. Anyone hoping for further insights from Creed himself was dissapointed: "I can't explain it, except to say that the lights are definitely going on and off." His piece fought off competition from works by three other shortlisted artists, including a homemade video of a man lying in bed, a homoerotic film depicting two gay cowboys and a dusty corridor scattered with objects. Madonna stole the limelight by swearing during her speech, which was being broadcast live on British television. Stong language is generally not permitted before the 9 pm watershed, and the channel issued a speedy apology to viewers. The singer had upset protocol by saying "In a time when political correctness is valued over honesty. I would also like to say right on motherf*******. Everyone is a winner." The Turner Prize is regularly criticised for focusing on avant garde art, rather than more conventional forms. Critics usually point to the absence of painters - not one was shortlisted among the four nominees this year. Some of the more unusual entries in recent years have included a soiled bed from Tracey Emin, a pickled cow from Damien Hirst and an elephant dung painting from Chris Ofili. Creed, 33, was born in Wakefield, northern England, and graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art in 1990. He lives in Alicubi, Italy. He joins leading figures such as Damien Hirst, Anthony Gormley, Gilbert and George, Rachel Whiteread, Anish Kapoor and Chris Ofili as a Turner winner. Asked to describe his winning piece, Creed said: "I think people can make of it what they like. I don't think it is for me to explain it." Other finalists in this year's competition were Mike Nelson, 34, Isaac Julien, 41, and Richard Billingham, 31. Nelson entered with an architectural installation comprising a dusty corridor scattered with discarded objects, called 'The Cosmic Legend of the Uroboros Serpent.' Julien won a place on the shortlist with his two video installations, 'The Long Road to Mazatlan' and 'Vagabondia.' The first shows two cowboys swimming naked and dancing down a desert highway accompanied by three carnival-float beauty queens. Billingham entered two video projections, 'Tony Smoking Backwards' and 'Ray in Bed, Untitled Triptych'. The latter is a home video featuring his alcoholic father reluctantly waking up as his wife brings him a cup of tea. The Turner Prize is open to British artists under 50 who have exhibited during the previous 12 months.
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AP-APTN-0930: US Mother Teresa Friday, 27 August 2010 STORY:US Mother Teresa- REPLAY Empire State Building not lit for Mother Teresa anniversary LENGTH: 02:26 FIRST RUN: 0630 RESTRICTIONS: AP Clients Only TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION STORY NUMBER: 655641 DATELINE: New York - 26 Aug 2010 LENGTH: 02:26 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST: ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 1. Various of Empire State Building lit up in red, white, and blue 2. Various of protesters singing happy birthday to Mother Teresa 3. Low angle of Empire State Building 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Kevin Walsh, Resident: "Very disappointing that they couldn't just honour this woman who won the Nobel peace prize, was honoured by presidents and dignitaries all over the world for her humanitarian efforts, not particularly because she was a Catholic, and yet he could not shine the lights on for a few hours, a few hours of electricity with blue and white because it just somehow offends him, that's pretty petty, it just makes him look petty, she's much the bigger person for it." 5. Low angle of Empire State Building 6. SOUNDBITE (English) James Cagney, Resident: "This crazy idea of not switching on the lights, it's nonsensical, it doesn't make sense, because she was a favourite with everybody and the fact that they wouldn't turn on the lights, it wasn't asking too much I think for them to turn on the lights and they could have done it quite easily without any fuss." 7. Radhka Balchand showing photos of herself with Mother Teresa 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Radhka Balchand, Woman who has met Mother Teresa: "I'm really feeling very sad that they did not even take the moment to honour Mother Teresa, it's just one day, one night, it's her day today, 100th year old birthday today doesn't come often you know, once in a lifetime. They should have just given her that honour." 9. Framed photo of Balchand and Mother Teresa 10. Various of Times Square billboards lit up blue in honour of Mother Teresa 11. Wide of Christine Quinn, Speaker of the New York City Council 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Christine Quinn, Speaker of the New York City Council: "I think it's very exciting to have some of the advertising screens like the one behind me and the one to my left and the one to my right and a number of other ones lit up blue tonight." 13. Mid of blue billboard STORYLINE The Empire State Building was lit in red, white and blue on Thursday night for women's suffrage as more than 100 people protested at a refusal by the iconic skyscraper's owner to mark Mother Teresa's 100th birthday. Yet the colours that the Catholic League had requested in her honour appeared to be, viewed from blocks to the west, the most luminous against the darkened skyline: The building's 203-foot (62-meter) pinnacle blazed a brilliant blue, while the stories just below glowed a frosty white. It was underscored by red. The colours chosen were intended to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution, which gave women the right to vote. Nevertheless, demonstrators led by the Catholic League protested the building owner's decision to deny the organisation's request to change the colours of its lights to blue and white in honour of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning nun. The building's owner, Anthony Malkin, has cited a policy of not illuminating the edifice for religious figures as the reason for the denial of the request. He didn't respond to a phone message requesting comment on Thursday. 77-year-old city resident James Cagney attended the demonstration with his wife. He called the decision to deny Mother Teresa the lighting honour a "crazy idea." "It doesn't make sense, because she was a favourite with everybody," said Cagney, who's originally from Ireland but lives in Queens. Illuminating the 102-story Manhattan skyscraper in different colours is a tradition. The building, a centrepiece of the city's skyline, has been lit up for the release of Mariah Carey's album in 2008, for the 25th anniversary of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in 2009, for religious holidays such as the end of Ramadan and Easter and for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The Empire State Building's owner lost a bid on Wednesday to keep a skyscraper from being built in the same neighbourhood, changing the skyline. New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan said Mother Teresa, who was born on 26 August 1910, may not have approved of the brouhaha over the lighting of the skyscraper. Mother Teresa died on 5 September 1997, at age 87. In 2003, she was beatified by the Roman Catholic Church, a step toward possible sainthood. In her honour, billboards in Times Square were illuminated. 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TRANSVESTITE THEIVES
A COUPLE OF TRANSVESTITES PULL A FAST ONE OVER A FORT MYERS MOTORIST.. IT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT AROUND EIGHT O'CLOCK WHEN THE MOTORIST STOPPED AT A TRAFFIC LIGHT AT CRANFORD AVENUE AND DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. BLVD. POLICE SAY TWO MEN DRESSED AS WOMEN JUMPED INTO THE STOPPED CAR, AND ORDERED THE DRIVER TO DRIVE TO AN UNKNOWN LOCATION. IT WAS THERE THE TRANSVESTITES ROBBED THE VICTIM, TAKING CASH, AND A TV SET. THE TRANSVESTITES THEN SPRAYED THE VICTIM WITH A CHEMICAL SPRAY... 20-YEAR-OLD COLTON BLUE AND 15-YEAR-OLD LEONARD THOMPSON 15 ARE BEING CHARGED WITH THE ROBBERY...
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WATTS RIOT ANNIVERSARY
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA FEED CLIP REEL ON THE 1965 WATTS RIOT. 19:09:06 PARTIAL DUB OF A 1990 KABC CS ON THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE RIOT INCLUDING EXT SHOTS OF A HOSPITAL, A HOUSING PROJECT AND A SHOPPING CENTER BUILT AFTER THE RIOT, AERIAL SHOT OF WATTS AND WATTS RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL STREET SCENES. ALTERNATE VERSION OF THE CS INCLUDING CLIPS OF POLICE ARRESTING BLACK DRUG DEALERS, CU OF A BLACK TODDLER STANDING W/ SUSPECTS AGAINST A CAR AND TIGHT SHOTS OF THE WATTS TOWER. 19:14:30 1985 GMA EDIT MASTER ON THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE RIOT INCLUDING B&W FILM X-FER AND VIDEO FILE FTG OF THE RIOT, INTV CLIP W/ LOS ANGELES MAYOR TOM BRADLEY, WATTS MALL AND SUPERMARKET SCENES, INTV CLIP W/ WATTS LABOR ACTION COMMITTEE LEADER TED WATKINS AND CLIPS OF BLACK WORKERS TENDING AN AUTOMOBILE ASSEMBLY LINE. 1990 NATURAL SOUND EDIT MASTER ON THE SCARCITY OF JOBS IN WATTS 25 YEARS AFTER THE RIOT INCLUDING MORE RIOT FILE FTG, RON CLAIBORNE SU, EXT SHOT OF MARTIN LUTHER KING HOSPITAL, CLIP OF A BLUE LINE LIGHT RAIL TRAIN PULLING INTO A STATION IN WATTS, INTV CLIP W/ REPRESENTATIVE MAXINE WATERS (D-CALIF), MORE WATTS STREET SCENES AND NIGHT CLIPS OF POLICE ARRESTING SUSPECTED DRUG DEALERS. 19:18:54 BLANK UNTIL THE END. CI: CRIME: DRUG DEALING. ECONOMY: CALIFORNIA. JUSTICE: ARRESTS. OCCUPATIONS: AUTOWORKER. RIOTS: WATTS, CALIFORNIA. STREET SCENES: CALIFORNIA.
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HARDY AMIES FASHION
ISSUE_NO = 2277A NO_OF_ITEMS = 5 COMMENTATOR = Leonard Martin ITEM_NO = 4 DESCRIPTION : Tailored suits, jackets and shirts, in the Hardy Amies Spring and Summer collection. CARD_FILE = 98787 CARD_TITLE : HARDY AMIES FASHION SHOT_LIST : CU zoom out from flowers round brim of hat, to SV model with large hat and wearing Longchamps Navy Blue dress: CU decorative flowered waistband on dress: CU face and hat of same model: LV ditto showing complete outfit: CU zoom back to SV 2 models No 3 on left, No 2 on right , No 3 wearing suit of navy white and camel and camel checked flannel, blue and white spotted silk scarf, No 2 wearing white Gabardine jacket, pleated skirt in brown and white tweed, printed silk shirt: CU pan down model No 3, she opens jacket and reveals spotted silk shirt: LV 2 models Nos 2 and 3 turn about: CU model No 2 showing open jacket and printed silk shirt: CU girl's face No 2: 3 CUs model wearing soft mohair coat, model opens coat to reveal colourful silk dress, pan down model 39 wearing cocktail dress in pure silk black crepe: loop sleeves lightly embroidered: LV same model turns towards camera: CU diamond and pearl broach on dress: SV same model wearing No 39 outfit: CU model 46 turning, zoom back showing long culottes and matching bra in pink red and black printee crepe de chine: Organza shirt in matching print: CU long culottes zoom back showing model holding them out, she then lets go and they drop to her side: CU she opens organza shirt to show matching bra: SV ditto as her shirt drops down past her shoulder: CU model smiling. INDEX : Exhibitions, Fashion, Mankind, Towns and Cities MATERIAL : Issue DATE_SUBD = 00/00/0000
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At about 9 p.m. March 22, 2006 Texas Dept of Public Safety Trooper Steven Stone was patrolling Texas Highway 31 East when he attempted to pull over a pickup for speeding. He told dispatch that the vehicle "didn't want to stop," but the video showed it eventually pulled over to the side of the road. Stone asked the driver, illegal immigrant Ramon Armando Ramos, 38, who was wearing a long black jacket, to exit the truck and to stand behind it. As Texas Dept of Public Safety Trooper Steven Stone approached the blue pickup truck he stopped for speeding, he placed his thumbprint on the back brake light - as he always does - just in case. Texas Department of Public Safety troopers do it in case something happens to them so that their print is on the suspect's vehicle. When asked if he had any weapons, Ramos said he had a knife. Ramos also told Stone that the passenger, Francisco Saucedo, was a friend of his. Ramos handed him identification. When Ramos said he was on painkillers, Stone began looking inside Ramos' jacket. He asked what was in his pocket and as Ramos reached for it, a bag fell to the ground. He told Stone it was "weed" and the trooper laid it on top of his car and said, "I got a bag full of drugs here." Stone told him to take off his jacket and he laid it on the truck. Stone told Ramos he was under arrest, and as the trooper grabbed his hands to handcuff him, the passenger door flew open. Stone yelled at the passenger to get back in the vehicle, but at that time, Ramos pulled a handgun and shot Stone, who was only a few feet away. The passenger, Saucedo, also shot at Stone. THE SHOOTING Stone testified earlier that when he began to place handcuffs on Ramos, whom he had pulled over for speeding on Texas Highway 31 East and found in possession of drugs, Stone noticed a magazine in his pocket and saw the passenger door swing open by Saucedo. "At that moment," he said, "I knew things were going to get bad." He said that after he was shot the first time, his vision went black. He could still hear gunfire and didn't realize he had fallen. When he regained his eyesight, Ramos and Saucedo were firing at him in the ditch, he said. "To me, every round they were firing was hitting me and (I thought) that I was going to die," he said. Ramos and Saucedo fired at him until their guns were empty, then got in the truck and sped away. Stone said he didn't have a radio on his body because they had poor transmission, so he went to his car and used that radio to call for help. Stone said one bullet entered his chest and came out at his collarbone. Another bullet hit his bulletproof vest and pierced his skin, while another entered his shoulder blade and exited at the top of his shoulder, fracturing his scapula and shattering his collarbone. He was also hit in the neck. Less than two minutes after the shooting, Smith County sheriff's deputies arrived. Some took Stone to the hospital, while others headed out to look for the suspects. Tyler police officers have testified about the high-speed pursuit through Tyler when Saucedo and Ramos shot at the officers until the suspects crashed their pickup into a vehicle on Texas Highway 64 East. Inside the pickup, authorities found three handguns, an assault rifle, a silencer, four magazines and several types of ammunition, as well as cartridges and spent shell casings. Both suspects were wearing body armor. Stone's breathing and speech were labored as he told a dispatcher his location. "My shoulder is killing me," he said. Less than 2 minutes later, a Smith County sheriff's deputy arrived. Stone said he didn't know where he was hit and gave him a description of the truck and suspects. More deputies arrived and took Stone in a cruiser to the hospital, while others headed out to look for the suspects. Ramon Armando Ramos, 38, pleaded guilty to shooting Stone during the traffic stop. He also pleaded guilty to 13 additional counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon against a public servant for shooting at Tyler police officers pursuing him after he shot the trooper. Judge Cynthia Stevens Kent, of the 114th District Court, sentenced him to life in prison on each of the 14 charges. She ordered that two of the sentences be stacked and the others run concurrently, which means Ramos will become eligible for parole after serving 60 years in prison. He was also ordered to pay restitution to the victims. Francisco Saucedo was also sentenced to 14 life prison sentences Saucedo, through a Spanish-speaking interpreter, pleaded guilty to 14 counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon against a public servant, first-degree felonies. Judge Cynthia Stevens Kent, of the 114th District Court, sentenced him to life in prison and ordered him to pay a $5,000 fine and restitution on each charge. She ordered that two of the life sentences be served consecutively while the others run at the same time so Saucedo will be eligible for parole after serving 60 years in prison. EMOTIONAL TESTIMONY Stone choked up as the video played and he looked at his wife, who was crying. The trooper said he wanted the community to know what law enforcement does and that "this stuff is going on." He said the officers who helped him were the real heroes. Stone said he placed his thumbprint on the brake light of Ramos' pickup for instances "like this." His fingerprint was taken from the vehicle by law enforcement as evidence. Stone said that when he began to place handcuffs on Ramos, he noticed a magazine in his pocket. At the same time, he saw the passenger door swing open. "At that moment," he said, "I knew things were going to get bad." He said that after he was shot the first time, his vision went black. He could still hear gunfire and didn't realize he had fallen to the ground. When he regained his eyesight, Ramos and Saucedo were still firing down at him in the ditch, he said. "To me, every round they were firing was hitting me and (I thought) that I was going to die," he said. Stone said he didn't have a radio on his body because they had poor transmission, so he went back to his car and used that radio for help. He said he didn't realize he had been shot in the neck until he made it to his car. Stone said one bullet entered his chest and came out at his collarbone. Red marks on his neck showed where it had traveled. Another bullet hit his bulletproof vest and pierced his skin, while another entered his shoulder blade and exited at the top of his shoulder, fracturing his scapula and shattering his collarbone. He said doctors could not be sure how many times he was hit. Stone said he had gone through one surgery in July and was initially stapled and stitched up. He said that he will have to go through physical therapy, and it is unclear if he'll have more surgeries or how well his shoulder will recover. On the night of the shooting, Stone said he told the doctors that he wanted to live so he could "see my little girl again." Stone served as a military policeman in the Army before becoming a trooper in 2003 and has a wife and 2-year-old daughter. THE PURSUIT Tyler police Sgt. Tom Deal testified he was involved in the pursuit of Ramos and Saucedo through Tyler. A video in his police car showed rapid gunfire coming from the passenger side of the truck toward the police officers. The pursuit continued until the pickup crashed into a red car parked on the side of the road on Texas 64 East. Deal said that in his 25 years at the police department, he had never encountered something like that, which endangered so many lives. Tyler police Officer Michael Kieny testified that he heard a call that a witness had called in, reporting a possible sighting of the suspect's truck. Kieny and his passenger, Officer Jason Shields, went to the location and spotted it. He tried to stop the pickup to make sure it was the right one, but it did not pull over. He began to pursue it and noticed the passenger hanging out the window with an assault-type rifle. He pulled back from the truck because he was only equipped with his pistol, he said. As he continued the pursuit, the truck nearly stopped, and someone inside began firing at Kieny. Kieny decided to stay back and wait for help, but kept following the truck. He said bullets came through his windshield and shards of glass hit Shields in the face. Their car was hit at least three times, and a bullet fragment entered Kieny's headrest, he said. The video from his car showed his pursuit until it went blank when the cable to the camera was shot. Kieny said, they kept "hitting their brakes to try to reel us in so they could take us out." Kieny said the community needs to know what officers go through and said "everyone that puts a badge on in this town deserves a hand." Tyler police Officer John Carnes said he also participated in the chase and was fired at. He said his car was hit twice during the "gunfight." Carnes said he took the lead in the pursuit because he had equipped himself with an assault rifle. Tyler police Officer Charles Turner said he was shot at by the driver's handgun in the pursuit; his car was hit twice and his tire was blown out. Smith County sheriff's Detective Noel Martin said he found four weapons in Ramos' truck, including three handguns, an assault rifle, a silencer, four magazines and several types of ammunition, as well as cartridges and spent shell casings. Both suspects were wearing body armor. BROTHER ARRESTED Ramos' younger brother, Mario, a commercial pilot and a U.S. citizen, was ordered by Judge Kent to be arrested after she said she believed he committed aggravated perjury. He testified that he had talked to Ramos' wife about a month ago but didn't know where she was. He said he has been to Ramos' house since his arrest and kept changing his answer when asked repeatedly if he removed anything from the house. He finally said he had taken a hunting rifle from Ramos' house and had left it with his wife in Tulsa, but then he said it was at his house in Atlanta. When asked why he wasn't truthful when first asked the questions, he said he wanted to invoke his Fifth Amendment right to remain silent. Attorney Don Davidson was appointed to speak with the witness and advise him of his rights. When the witness took the stand again and was asked why he lied, he invoked his right again. Mario Ramos was then taken into custody. County Court-at-Law Judge Randall Rogers set his bond at $180,000, and agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives were brought in to investigate. During the all-day hearing, Ramon Ramos' defense attorney, Leslie McLean, did not ask any questions of the witnesses and waived her closing argument. Smith County District Attorney Matt Bingham said during closing arguments that Stone's video alone warranted a life sentence. He said that officers put their lives on the line every day, and that the video showed Ramos made many moves from the time he got out of the truck that were consistent with a plan to shoot Stone. He said they were determined to kill the trooper and thought he was dead when they left. Bingham said he hoped the community saw the bravery of the officers - pistols to assault rifles - and the total disregard for the officers and citizens shown by the defendants. Bingham said Ramos admitted to using powder and crack cocaine and to being high on amphetamines and methamphetamines at the time of the shooting. Ramos also pleaded guilty and was sentenced to life in prison for aggravated assault on a public servant against Tyler police officers Michael Kieny, Mark Lee, Matthew Smyser, Blake Lockhart, Rex Pitts, John Carnes, Donald "Mike" Saxion, Charles Turner, Michelle Brock, Damon Swan, Sgt. Tom Deal, Jason Shields and Weston Cook. During victim impact statements, Stone said Ramos' actions only strengthened Stone's convictions of who he is and what he does, as well as made heroes out of a citizen and the officers. He said he didn't know what Ramos' intentions were and he prayed that God would forgive him. Stone, who wore his arm in a sling, said he was unsure when he would be able to return to work as a trooper.
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Entertainment Daily: Wango Tango Festival - Stars perform at 2 day 'Wango Tango' music festival
TAPE: EF01/0474 IN_TIME: 13:25:44 DURATION: 3:54 SOURCES: APTN/ Shots 3, 6, 9, 11, 13, 16 = Wango Tango performance footage RESTRICTIONS: music/performance rights must be cleared DATELINE: Pasedena, California, June 16th 2001 SHOTLIST(including transcript):- 1. aerial WS Dodgers Stadium (baseball) 2. GVS crowds of fans 3. Performance Back Street Boys 'I Want It That Way' 4. B-roll photocall Backstreet Boys 5. SOT BACKSTREET BOYS (Kevin Richardson) Married life is good. I'm having my first anniversary tomorrow." Then hands mike to Brian Littrell to respond about his marriage: "It's lovely." 6. Performance Nelly Furtado 'Turn off the Light' 7. ws press conference and Nelly Furtado 8, SOT NELLY FURTADO (on playing festival) Dodger Stadium, of course, It's amazing. It's huge I'm on right after Back Street boys and before Ricky Martin and I have a half hour set. So I have to step up and deliver." 9. Performance Ricky Martin Solo Quiero Amarte 10. b-roll Britney Spears 11. Performance Samantha Mumba 'Don't Need You To Tell Me I'm Pretty' 12. ws crowd 13. Performance Jessica Simpson 'I Think I'm In Love' 14. b-roll Jessica Simpson 15. SOT JESSICA SIMPSON "I love to perform with all different kinds of acts. Because it's not just your fans. It's all their fans so it's a good opportunity to prove yourself." 16. Performance Shaggy 'Boombastic' US POPSTARS GO WANGO TANGO A whole host of American popstars turned out for the first day of the two day Wango Tango festival, including the Backstreet Boys, Nelly Furtado, Ricky Martin, and Britney Spears. Sponsored by LA's top radio station, KIIS-FM, Wango Tango is a two day music festival held at the world famous Dodger Stadium in Pasadena California (home of the world famous Rose Parade). This is the third year that Wango Tango has pulled in the crowds for this annual two-day festival. Past performers have included the likes of 'N Sync, Enrique Iglesias, and Sisqo. This year's festival was hosted by teen queen, Britney Spears, who, fans were relieved to see, was alive and well despite a spoof radio station report on her death. To the dismay of the audience she didn't sing any of her classic tracks, introducing the acts instead. Ironically, the company responsible for the live webcast of the event, Clear Channel Communications, are also the same media company which owns the radio station KEGL-FM on which DJs Kramer and Twitch reported the singer's death. More than 45,000 people turned out on the Saturday to see performances by the likes of Ricky Martin and Shaggy , and around the same number returned the next day to see performances by the classic '70's rock group, The BeeGees, hot teen throbs Dream and veteran rockers, Aerosmith. Saturday was very much the pop music day with Jessica Simpson, Nelly Furtado, the Backstreet Boys, Joe, Krystal, Jessica Simspon, Ricky Martin, Shaggy, Samantha Mumba (rumoured to be dating Eminem) and 3LW making up the bill. Oddly enough the other "group" that turned out to be one of the most popular acts of the day was none other than the performing artists "The Blue Man Group", who are best known from their blue-faced quirky behaviour on the Intel commercials. MUSIC CLEARANCE DETAILS TITLE: I WANT IT THAT WAY ARTIST: BACKSTREET BOYS LABEL: JIVE TITLE: DON'T NEED YOU TO TELL ME I'M PRETTY ARTIST: SMANTHA MUMBA LABEL: POLYDOR TITLE: I THINK I'M IN LOVE ARTIST: JESSICA SIMPSON TITLE: BOOMBASTIC ARTIST: SHAGGY LABEL: UNIVERSAL