This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Replacement of Hungary's Communist party leader Janos Kadar by Premier Karoly Grosz, a reform-minded advocate of changes promoted by USSR leader Mikhail Gorbachev, reported Report introduced.
(Budapest, Hungary: Barrie Dunsmore) Announcement in Hungary of leadership change featured; historical film shown of 1956 revolution when Dwight Eisenhower was still United States president; scenes shown of Kadar and Grosz. Elevation of Imre Pozsgay to, and demotion of old guard leaders from Politburo, reported Gorbachev's hopes that Hungary will reform itself and become communist model for other socialist states explained.
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Interviews by Mikhail Gorbachev with "Newsweek" and "Washington Post" detailed. Report introduced.
(Moscow, USSR : Walter Rodgers) USSR 's pre-summit media blitz featured; details given, scenes shown of Gorbachev. Gorbachev's stmts. on arms control discussions with President Reagan noted. [On NBC, Soviet foreign ministry spokesperson Gennady GERASIMOV - discusses issue of Senator ratification of INF treaty by time of Moscow summit.] Gorbachev's desire for joint US-Soviet space mission to Mars noted; his stmts. on Reagan detailed. [Soviet commentator Vladimir POSNER - says USSR has the initiative now.] Impact of USSR withdrawal from Afghanistan on Gorbachev's position noted. Gorbachev's problems with economy reforms ("perestroika") noted.
(DC: Jeanne Meserve) Reaction by Secretary of State George Shultz to Gorbachev's interviews reported [On "This Wk.", SHULTZ - says joint space mission would have to be studied carefully.] Possibility of completion of US-USSR arms treaty by end of Reagan president discussed. Admin.'s hopes that Senator will ratify INF treaty before summit noted. [National security advisor Colin POWELL - discusses treaty.] Conservative Senators reported holding up treaty. [Senator Gordon HUMPHREY - says it's a dangerous treaty.] [On "This Wk.", Senator Sam NUNN - says Senator will finish ratification.] Shultz reported set to lobby on Capitol Hill tomorrow.
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Gorbachev's references to Jesus Christ in his interviews quoted.
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Shooting spree by off-duty member of president guard in Manila, Philippines, reported
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Murder of New York judge, Richard Daronco, reported; details given.
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) White House explanations for putting negotiations with Panama's general Manuel Noriega on hold reported Report introduced.
(DC: Lark McCarthy) US' case for possibly dropping drug chgs. against Noriega detailed. [On "This Wk.", Secretary of State George SHULTZ - says US can't extradite Noriega.] [National security advisor Colin POWELL - says deal is on hold.] Elements in deal that are being discussed outlined on screen; President Eric Delvalle mentioned; scenes shown of Noriega. [On "This Wk.", Senator Sam NUNN - hopes for patience.]
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Stmts. from Nunn about Noriega situation detailed.
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Return of Jimmy Swaggart to pulpit after three mos. reported Report introduced.
(Baton Rouge, LA: Al Dale) Swaggart's sermon featured. [Voice of SWAGGART - preaches about forgiveness.] Report by Marvin Gorman to Assemblies of God about Swaggart's consorting with prostitutes, like Debra Murphree, recalled. Impact of Swaggart's absence from church and television on his ministry outlined. [On TV, SWAGGART - pleads for help.] [Outside church, PEOPLE - comment.] [Voice of SWAGGART - preaches.]
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Pilot reported cutting engines of American Airlines plane attempting to take off from Dallas, Texas, airport because of warning light indication reported; scenes shown.
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Lowering of gang-related shootings in Los Angeles, California, reported Report introduced.
(Los Angeles, California: Bonnie Strauss) Impact of street gang violence on children here featured; scenes shown from funerals. [KIDS - express their fears.] [City attorney's office spokesperson Norma JOHNSON - says children are prisoners of this community.] Gang-related murders enumerated; scenes shown. [Victim Jamee Finney's mother Charlotte AUSTIN - says daughter's death doesn't seem real.] Mistaken identity aspect of Jamee's killing noted. [Police department spokesperson Jesse BREWER - says victims were misidentified by gang members seeking retaliation.] [Jamee's CLASSMATES - discuss violence and their fears.] [Student organizer Sonya HOLT - wants to stop something by forming group.] [AUSTIN - says something needs to be done.]
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Possible ending of strike by rubber workers against Firestone Tire and Rubber Company reported; earlier agreement with Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company cited.
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Fortieth anniversary of unbroken white-dominated rule in South Africa reported; stmts. by President P.W. Botha quoted. Report introduced.
(Johannesburg, South Africa, R: Jim Hickey) Opening of nonracial Disneyland-style theme park in South Africa featured; details given, scenes shown of amusement park complex; TV ad for Shareworld shown. [Shareworld exec. director Reuel KHOSA - says he wants arena in which all races can come together.] [Shareworld executive Jonty SADLER - opposes barriers.] [PEOPLE - comment on park.] Fin. risk for venture detailed. [Bank projects manager Don MACEY - says bank likes the concept.]
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Explosion at political rally in Soweto, South Africa, reported
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.
(Studio: Ray Gandolf) NBA basketball play-off game between Boston Celtics- Atlanta Hawks reported; scenes shown from CBS Sports. Play-off semifinals previewed. Mason, Ohio, ladies golf tournament reported won by Sherri Turner over Amy Alcott; scenes shown from NBC Sports. Lannie Wadkins reported winning golf tournament in Fort Worth, Texas; scenes shown from CBS Sports. Baseball game between New York Yankees-Oakland A's reported; scenes shown from SportsChannel.
(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.
(Perigord, France: Don Kladstrup) Use of dogs, as well as traditional use of pigs, to hunt out truffles in France featured; scenes shown of big pig and little dog sniffing out truffles. [Dog's MASTER - (thru translator) explains different factors motivating pigs and dogs.] [Pig advocate Paul BERSAT - (thru translator) says pig is better.] Shortages of truffles noted. [Chef Patrick LANNE - says truffle is aphrodisiac.]