This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Continue efforts of President Reagan to remove Panama's general Manuel Noriega from power reported Report introduced.
(DC: Sheilah Kast) Mtg. of Reagan and top national security advrs. to confer about Noriega reported; scenes shown; United States negotiator Michael Kozak reported not set to go back to Panama now. Vice President George Bush, Treasury Secretary James Baker and Nancy Reagan reported opposed to dealing with Noriega if drug chgs. are dropped. [On CNN, White House chief of staff Howard BAKER - says treaty with Panama states Noriega can't be required to come to United States for trial.] [Senator Alfonse D'AMATO - says people oppose dismissing drug indictments.] [Panamanian ambassador Juan SOSA - says he's pleased administration has not given in. ]
(Panama City, Panama: Tom Schell) Stmts. by Noriega as to direction of deals with United States detailed; scenes shown of Noriega; hand-picked president Manuel Solis Palma mentioned. Noriega's demand that new United States troops in Panama be withdrawn noted; scenes shown of militia demonstrating its skills in San Miguelito.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Mtg. of United States envoy Vernon Walters with Syrian President Hafez al-Assad to discuss hostages in Lebanon reported; scenes shown. Syria noted ready to send troops into Beirut suburbs.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Continue of civil war in Beirut, Lebanon, between rival militias reported; two gunmen who participated in recent hijacking of Kuwaiti plane reported killed in Beirut battle.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Report introduced.
(Winnetka, Illinois: Chris Bury) Suicide of Laurie Dann following her rampage in Winnetka school where she randomly shot children reported; details given, scenes shown; photograph shown of dead victim Nicholas Corwin. Dann's sending of poisoned food to several places reported [Police chief Herbert TIMM - discusses illness resulting from food.] [Dann's former employment, Delores BARTON - discusses Dann's personality difficulties.] [Assistant US attorney Janet JACKSON - discusses threatening telephone calls by Dann.] [Parent Jim ROMEY - says incident makes us rethink handgun policies.] [WOMAN, KIDS - comment.] Scenes shown of schoolyard.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Blood pressure of Governor Michael Dukakis reported; scenes shown.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) President Reagan reported pressing Senator to ratify INF treaty prior to his summit meeting with Mikhail Gorbachev. Report introduced.
(DC: Rick Inderfurth) Conservative Senators reported tieing up process to delay approval of INF treaty. [Voice of REAGAN - hopes Senator will consent to INF treaty.] [On CNN, White House chief of staff Howard BAKER - says it will be tightsqueeze to complete ratification before Reagan goes to Moscow.] [Senator Jesse HELMS - comments.] START agreement to reduce long- range arms said not likely to be part of summit; other smaller arms control agreements discussed. Photo opportunity nature of Moscow summit examined.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Preparations in Moscow for president visit reported Report introduced.
(Moscow, USSR : Walter Rodgers) Cleaning up of city shown. [MAN - (thru translator) says it's nice to see American president coming.] [PEOPLE - (thru translator) explain plans for upcoming visit.] Scenes shown of American embassy. [Ambassador's wife Rebecca MATLOCK - discusses dinner plans.] TV preparations shown.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Topic and guests for tomorrow's "This Wk." mentioned.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Prime Min. Karoly Grosz reported set to take over pol. leadership in Hungary. Report introduced.
(Budapest, Hungary: Barrie Dunsmore) Pol. situation in Budapest featured; details given, scenes shown. [Dissident student spokesperson Robert BRAUN - discusses pols.] Communist party's self-examination during conference here detailed; long-time leader Janos Kadar mentioned. Impact of Mikhail Gorbachev's reforms on satellite pols. noted. [London School of Econs. Prof. George SCHOPFLIN - discusses Gorbachev program.] Econ. reform in Czechoslovakia, further Stalinization in Romania, East Germany's moving closer to West Germany and labor situation in Poland described; scenes shown. Impact of Gorbachev revolution on E. Europe reiterated.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Report introduced.
(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Winning of Preakness horse race by Risen Star, ridden by Eddie Delahoussaye, reported; scenes shown. NBA basketball play-off games reported; scenes shown from CBS Sports of Los Angeles Lakers-UT Jazz game. Los Angeles Clippers reported winning first pick in NBA draft; Danny Manning said likely first pick. Report introduced.
(Solvang, California: Bill O'Reilly) Use of modern technology at ranch near Santa Barbara in effort to predict and improve abilities of thoroughbred race horses featured; scenes shown. [Westerly Training Center owner Dick STURGIS - talks about horses.] Program to evaluate and train horses detailed; scenes shown. [Head trainer John FULTON - explains use of heart rate monitor.] [Head veterinarian Dr. K. HARVEY-FULTON - discusses high rate of lameness.] Use of diagnostic device (thermograph) to study inflammation explained. [HARVEY-FULTON - discusses traditional practice of manually feeling for heat in horse's legs.] [FULTON - discusses "heart" and injuries.] [Trainer Woody STEPHENS - expresses skepticism.] Ranch's pupil Sylvan Express shown winning race.
(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Risen Star's win mentioned.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Graduation day mentioned. Report introduced.
(Atlanta, Georgia: Al Dale) high school video yearbooks featured; scenes shown from Atlanta, Georgia, Riverwood High Video Yearbook. [VOICE - explains concept.] [Student Patrick BROWNING - explains development of video yearbook.] [Student Mike KALER, teacher Ken LINDAHL - discuss video and regular yearbooks.] high school and elementary videos shown. [Student Kenny BLANK - explains important of video.]