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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Growth of labor unrest in Poland reported Report introduced.
(Warsaw, Poland: David Ensor) Ntnwide. protest in Poland in support of steelworkers strike reported; details given, scenes shown of free-for-all in Gdansk, city where Solidarity was born. Stmt. from Lech Walesa detailed. Melee between plainclothes police and protesters in Warsaw reported; scenes shown from Warsaw and from striking steel plant in Nowa Huta. [Poland's leader General Wojciech JARUZELSKI - (thru translator) discusses economy problems.] Crossroads of change facing Jaruzelski and striking steelworkers described.
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) May Day parade in Red Sq. in Moscow, USSR , reported; scenes shown of parade and Mikhail Gorbachev. Attendance of United States ambassador Jack Matlock in anticipation of Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan reported May Day parade in Fidel Castro's Cuba reported; scenes shown. Riots in Chile against rule of dictator Augusto Pinochet reported; scenes shown.
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) IRA (Irish Republican Army) reported claiming responsibility for attacks on British soldiers in Netherlands. Report introduced.
(London, England: Jim Hickey) Two attacks in Dutch towns of Roermond and Nieuw Bergen featured; details given, scenes shown. [Eyewitness Joe LOZZE - explains incident.] IRA (Irish Republican Army) reported calling for Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher to disengage British from North Ireland. Attacks reported seen as revenge for Mar. attacks on IRA (Irish Republican Army) suspects by British in Gibraltar; scenes shown. [From British Armed Forces Radio, ANNOUNCER - says British subjects in Holland should be vigilant.]
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Attack on Israeli soldiers in West Bank, following attacks by stone-throwing Palestinians reported, leading to death of Palestinian.
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Attack by Tamil rebels on bus in Sri Lanka reported
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Criticism of United States' handling of removal of General Manuel Noriega from power in Panama both by Noriega's foes and Congress reported
(DC: Jeanne Meserve) Denial by Noriega that he had cut deal with United States to leave power reported; scenes shown of Noriega brandishing machete at rally. [Treasury Secretary James BAKER - says there are discussions going on.] Shift by Reagan administration to position that Noriega could stay in Panama after he left power noted. [On "This Wk.", Panama ambassador Juan SOSA - says it is illusion that Noriega will stay and not be factor in Panamanian pols.] [On "This Wk.", Panama's minister of commerce Mario ROGNONI - says drug indictments must be dropped first.] Option of military force discussed. [On "This Wk.", Senator Richard LUGAR, Representative Lee HAMILTON - discuss use of force.] Differences in State Department and Pentagon's positions on Panamanian policy noted.
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Defection of North Korean intelligence official Kim Jeong Min to South Korea reported
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Hawaii's Aloha Airlines reported grounding three jets like one that blew up Thursday Report introduced.
(Honolulu, Hawaii: Gary Shepard) Contd. investigation of damaged aircraft featured; details given, scenes shown of damaged fuselage and cockpit door. [NTSB spokesperson Joseph NALL - describes extensive damage.] Death of stewardess Clarabelle Lansing reported; photograph shown. Inspection of other older 737s for metal fatigue noted.
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Suicide of Tom Pappas, aide to Maryland Representative Roy Dyson, after "Washington Post" report that he had forced male staffers to accompany him socially reported
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Plea by presidential candidate Governor Michael Dukakis to Ohio voters to ignore "Akron Beacon-Journal" poll that declared him way ahead of Jesse Jackson reported Report introduced. (DC: Jackie Judd) Impt. of foreign policy positions on likely presidential race between Dukakis and Vice President George Bush reported [In February 1980, BUSH - discusses for. policy.] [BUSH - says he has more experience in area of foreign policy.] [Bush deputy campaign manager Rich BOND - criticizes Dukakis.] Efforts by Bush camp to attack Dukakis on issue of foreign policy described. Contrasting positions of Bush and Dukakis in several areas of foreign policy outlined on screen. [DUKAKIS - says Bush sat next to President Reagan and did nothing about Iran/Contra affair.] [Conservative analyst Kevin PHILLIPS - says Democrats can make that issue have more sting.] Strategies of Bush and Dukakis outlined; Bush TV ad shown.
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Fistfight in Louisburg, North Carolina, between forces of Vice President George Bush and Pat Robertson reported; scenes shown.
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.
(Studio: Dick Schaap) First round of NBA basketball play-offs reported; scenes shown from CBS Sports of games; players named. Baseball shutout performances from pitchers Frank Viola and Dwight Gooden noted. Boston Red Sox pitcher Roger Clemens featured; scenes shown. [Ex-player Tom SEAVER - says Clemens is best pitcher now.] Game scenes shown. [Player George BRETT - talks about Clemens.] [CLEMENS - talks about work habits.] [Teammate Wade BOGGS - talks about Clemens.] [CLEMENS, BOGGS - speculate about facing each other.] [SEAVER - comments.] [Roger and wife Debbie CLEMENS - comment.]
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.
(DC: Paula Zahn) Marriage in American featured; details given, scenes shown to background of Frank Sinatra singing "Love and Marriage." [SUNY marital therapy clinic spokesperson Dan. O'LEARY - says people are still opting for marriage.] Statistics on divorce rate outlined on screen. SUNY at Stony Brook study on reasons for staying married discussed. [Author of "Intimate Partners" Maggie SCARF - explains why people keep relationships together.] Debate on adultery at church in Chicago, Illinois, featured. [We Saved Our Marriages (WESOM) founder Elizabeth BRZECZEK - comments on her own marriage.] [COUPLE - discuss marital problems.] [Rick FIERBERG - discusses marital therapy.]