This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Live broadcast from California, state with most electoral votes, previewed. Report introduced.
(Cerritos, California: Sam Donaldson) campaign. by Governor Michael Dukakis in California featured; scenes shown. [DUKAKIS - campaigns. on various issues.] Yesterday's admission by Dukakis that he is a liberal recalled. [DUKAKIS - discusses liberalism.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Diverse nature of California explained; tendency of south California to vote Republican noted. Report introduced.
(Los Angeles, California: Jim Wooten) Republican campaign in California reported; scenes shown. [President REAGAN - campaigns.] [Republican state chairperson Robert NAYLOR - says Reagan will help Vice President George Bush in California.] [Democrat state chairperson Peter KELLY - doubts Reagan can make big difference.] California voting sectors detailed; map shown. [In Modesto, California, PEOPLE - back Bush.] [NAYLOR, KELLY - discuss election]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Issue of Democrat surge for Dukakis discussed. Report introduced.
(Saint Louis, Missouri: Brit Hume) campaign. by Bush in South featured; scenes shown. [In Louisville, Kentucky, BUSH - taunts Dukakis about using liberal label.] Bush shown campaign in Saint Louis.
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Crime and drug problem featured; scenes shown of drug-smuggling inspections at California-Mexico border. Statistics on drug-related crime given. Report introduced.
(San Francisco, California: Ken Kashiwahara) Impt. of crime and drug issues to California voters reported; scenes shown. [PEOPLE - comment on crime, gang activities and death penalty.] Both cands.' position on crime issues contrasted on screen. [Governor Michael DUKAKIS, Vice President George BUSH - comment.] [San Diego Mayor Maureen O'CONNOR - discusses drug problem.] Bush ads. and brochures attacking Dukakis as soft on crime shown. [PEOPLE - respond to cands.' crime and drug positions.] [San Francisco police officers association spokesperson Robert BARRY - says he sees no specifics in cands.' claims.]
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Report introduced.
(NYC: Dennis Troute) Chgs. that Imelda and Ferdinand Marcos bilked Philippines' treasury and defrauded United States banks reported; scenes shown of Imelda Marcos at New York City courthouse. Issue of her bail detailed. (Artist: Aggie Whelan Kenny)
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Veterans Administration mortgage rates given. Stk. Mkt. Report
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Death of actor John Houseman reported; scenes shown from 20th Century Fox "The Paper Chase".
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Release of new videotape of American hostage in Lebanon, Terry Anderson, reported; scenes shown. Stmt. from President Reagan quoted.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Report introduced.
(Jerusalem, Israel; Dean Reynolds) Funeral services for Israeli victims of bus firebombing near Jericho over wkend. reported; Israeli army photograph shown; scenes shown. Stmt. from Israeli defense minister Yitzhak Rabin about incident quoted. Possible impact of attack on Israeli election between Israeli Prime Min. Yitzhak Shamir and Israeli foreign minister Shimon Peres detailed.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Govt. in Poland reported ordering shutdown of shipyard in Gdansk; details given, Solidarity spokesperson Lech Walesa quoted.
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Incr. control of real estate in major cities such as Los Angeles, California, by foreign investors reported; scenes shown. [Ken. Leventhal and Company spokesperson Jack BARTHEL - says Japanese investors want to buy certain bldgs.] [Governor Michael DUKAKIS - expresses concern over foreign investments.] [Vice President George BUSH - says mkts. need to be opened.] Influx of foreign capital into United States West noted. [Busman. recently hired by Japanese, Carl BINYART - says for. investments bring money back to San Diego.] [Sony technician Irene BALLY - says her job depends on Sony.] Dukakis' opposition to foreign investment in United States reiterated. [WOMAN - says there should be some kind of restriction.] [MAN - accepts investment.] [WOMAN - says she has no opinion.] [International financial expert professor Lawrence KRAUSE - comments on economy] Federal deficit and foreign investment issue reiterated.