This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Reports introduced.
(White House: Ann Compton) Background given to the US-USSR summit that will open tomorrow in Moscow; details given of what economic help the United States will offer President Mikhail Gorbachev. [President BUSH - says this is the first post-Cold War summit.] Bush's plans to deal with the Soviet republics and perhaps set up a co-sponsored Middle East peace conference outlined. [On "This Week with David Brinkley", Henry KISSINGER - warns that United States could get caught in a civil war in the USSR .]
(Moscow: Jim Laurie) The Soviet background to the summit examined; agreement to reduce nuclear warheads mentioned. [Retired Soviet Major General Boris SURIKOV - (thru translator) says arms treaty is only a tiny step.] [Soviet economist Alexander BEVZ, deputy presidential spokesman Igor MALASHENKO - react to what Bush will do on his visit.]
(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Airing on Monday of Peter Jennings' exclusive interview with Gorbachev announced.
(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Statements from Syrian President Hafez al-Assad to the "Washington Post" that Israel must be willing to give up the occupied territories for peace and from PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) leader Yasir Arafat that Palestinians will boycott a peace conference unless the PLO receives an invitation reported. [ARAFAT - comments.] Report introduced.
(Tel Aviv: Dean Reynolds) The Israeli position on a peace conference examined. [On "This Week with David Brinkley", Israeli defense minister Moshe ARENS - says the answer is positive.] [In Israel, two PEOPLE - back talks.] Need for mutual flexibility between Assad and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir on issues of the Israeli-occupied territories noted. [Israeli Labor Party leader Shimon PERES - comments.] The issue of Palestinian representation reviewed; scenes shown of celebration by Jewish West Bank settlers. [Right-wing Knesset member Rehavam ZEEVI - comments.]
(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Police search for a body in the Ohio hometown of confessed mass murderer Jeffrey Dahmer reported.
(Milwaukee: Tom Foreman) Expression of concern by people of Milwaukee, WI, as to how the Dahmer murderers could take place featured; neighborhood scenes shown. [In church, MINISTER - comments.] [Alderman Michael McGEE, black MAN, police chief Philip ARREOLA, Milwaukee police association's Bradley DEBRASKA - talk about events.] Spread of investigation into Dahmer's past reviewed; scenes shown of Dahmer in court.
(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Delta Air Lines reported all but locking up its bid to buy overseas routes of Pan American World Airways.
(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Iraq reported presenting United Nations inspection team with new information about its nuclear program. Warning from President Bush noted. Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's words of attack on the West for its sanctions mentioned. Report introduced.
(Baghdad: Jim Bittermann) Question of who is to blame for shortages of food and medicine in Iraq examined; scenes shown from Baghdad. [UN coordinator Bernt BERNANDER - explains why some goods are imported across the border into Iraq.] Iraq said asking UN permission to sell some oil to buy food, medicine and spare parts. Criticism by United States that the Iraqi government is not doing enough to meet the needs of its people outlined.
(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Report introduced.
(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Highlights from baseball's perfect game pitched by Montreal Expos' Dennis Martinez, from United States Senior Open golf tournament that wound up in a tie between Jack Nicklaus and Chi Chi Rodriguez and of win by Spaniard Miguel Indurain in the Tour de France bicycle race shown. Veteran baseball player Dave Winfield of the California Angels profiled; game scenes shown; details given of his adventures as a New York Yankee under owner George Steinbrenner. [WINFIELD - talks baseball.]
(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Report introduced.
(Durango, Colorado: Jim Slade) The history of the narrow-gauge steam locomotive trains that transported silver from the mountains of Colorado in the 19th century presented; scenes shown of the train that today carries tourists from Durango, Colorado, to mining town of Silverton. [Historian Bill JONES - says the railroads were critical to the development of the Colorado mines.] [Durango and Silverton Railroad Amos CORDOVA - talks about the steam locomotive.]