This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Collision and crash of Italian air team planes during air show in West Germany reported Report introduced.
(Ramstein AFB, West Germany) Investigation of crash site at Ramstein Air Force Base by NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) commander John Galvin featured; details given, scenes shown from site and of accident. Federal Aviation Administration regulations on Italian team's flight in United States in 1986 recalled; scenes shown. [W. German defense minister Rupert SCHOLZ - announces cancellation of next air show.] [United States ambassador Richard BURT - says United States has no intention of closing air shows forever.] Scheduled air shows in Great Britain noted. [Farnborough air show spokesperson Duncan SIMPSON - discusses air shows.] Cond. of victims from crash described; scenes shown.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Condolences from President Reagan to victims and families noted.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Plight of children with AIDS noted. Report introduced.
(Tampa, Florida: Mark Potter) Story of Eliana Martinez, handicapped child with AIDS, featured; details given of judge's plan for her to attend school within glass enclosure; scenes shown. [Mother Rosa MARTINEZ - says setup reminds her of monkeys in glass cages.] [School board member Marion RODGERS - talks about glass enclosure.] [MARTINEZ - talks about daughter.]
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Vice presidential candidate Senator Dan Quayle reported unaware that administration's narcotics border interdiction program has been headed by Vice President George Bush. Report introduced.
(Saint Louis, Missouri: Rebecca Chase) campaign. by Bush in Saint Louis and Tennessee featured; scenes shown. [BUSH - explains differences between him and Governor Michael Dukakis on defense issues.] Bush strategy of "comparative campaign" detailed. [At defense plant, worker Barry BRINKMEIER - comments on economy problems.]
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Complaint by Governor Michael Dukakis over attention paid by media to his opponents noted. Report introduced.
(Lee, Massachusetts: Jim Wooten) Dukakis' campaign reported struggling; details given of Democratic party complaints that he is not engaging Vice President George Bush on full- time basis; scenes shown. [DUKAKIS - says he has role as governor of Massachusetts; campaigns.] Rescheduling of press conference noted. [DUKAKIS - comments.]
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Suspension of New York Giants football player Lawrence Taylor following drug testing reported; scenes shown of Taylor playing football.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Story in "American Heritage" magazine by historian Jack Larkin noted revealing that one-third of brides in rural New England during Revolutionary War period were pregnant.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Anniversary of march on Washington and Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech recalled. Report introduced.
(Revere, Massachusetts: Bill Blakemore) Dream of equality for minorities in American featured; details given of race relations between Cambodian immigrants and residents in Revere; scenes shown. [In 1963, KING - makes "I have a dream" speech.] [RESIDENTS - comment on Cambodians.] [Samptha CHAT - says people want his family to leave because they are Cambodian.] [WOMAN - says "Cambos" seem to have special privileges.] Strong civil rights laws in Massachusetts detailed; incident described; photograph shown. [CHAT - comments.] Police investigation of racial tension in Boston, Massachusetts, neighborhoods reported; scenes shown. [Boston police department sergeant Detective William JOHNSTON, sergeant Brian FLYNN - comment on racial situation and law.] Hispanic FBI agents in El Paso, Texas, reported suing FBI on grounds of racial discrimination. [FBI agent Bernardo PEREZ - says Hispanics are passed over.] [Harvard Med. School psychiatrist Alvin POUSSAINT - discusses racism in fabric of American society.] Availability of laws now to combat racial discrimination reiterated.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Confusing situation in Poland in which Solidarity leader Lech Walesa rejected government proposal of conciliatory talks on labor unrest, but said strikes may be called off before talks begin, reported
(Studio: Barry Serafin) USSR reported beginning to scrap its SS-20 missiles in accordance with arms reduction treaty. Report introduced.
(Kapustin Yar, USSR : Walter Rodgers) Presence of West observers at Soviet missile destruction program reported; details given, scenes shown of blowing up of missiles on Russian steppes. [Chief United States inspector General Roland LAJOIE - says there is nothing left of missiles.] Future of process explained.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Blasting off of USSR rocket containing doctor reported; details given of plans to link up with space station, scenes shown from Balkonur space center
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Report introduced.
(Netherlands: Mike Lee) Finding by scientists from Netherlands that virus is killing seals in North Sea reported; details given, scenes shown. [Dutch public health official Dr. Albert OSTERHAUS - announces that virus is to blame.] [Seal sanctuary director Lenie HART - says virus goes from dogs to seals.] Treatment of seals described.
(Studio: Barry Serafin) Report introduced.
(Paris, France: Don Kladstrup) Announcement that drilling workers struck oil in Paris, France, reported; scenes shown of Paris underground from SFP/Del Duca Films/CCFC 1982 "Les Miserables". [ELF Company press ofr. Tom SAUNDERS - says there is oil.] Three-yr. program that has searched for oil in Paris detailed. [RESIDENTS - (thru translator) say there is too much noise.] Fear that oil drilling will effect zoo's ostrich eggs noted. [ELF Company Jeane-Claude VIDAL - explains joke about Eiffel Tower as oil derrick.]