This program is 27 minutes long
(Studio: Dan Rather) State of emergency reported declared by South Africa government
(Johannesburg, South Africa: Allen Pizzey) Effects of state of emergency noted; details given, scenes shown. [Bishop Desmond TUTU - comments.] [South Africa President P.W. BOTHA - comments.] [South African Council of Churches spokesperson Reverend Beyers NAUDE - comments.] Possibility of economy sanctions from other nations stated. [BOTHA - comments.]
(London, England: Tom Fenton) Announcement by Commonwealth nations of failure in effort to end racial conflict in South Africa reported [Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm FRASER - comments.] [South Africa ambassador to Britain Denis WORRALL - responds.] [South Africa expert Keith KYLE - describes outlook.] [South Africa expert Jesmond BLUMENFELD - comments.] Efforts to persuade British Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher with regard to economy sanctions against South Africa noted. Position of Britain, United States and others on sanctions stated.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Canada's sanctions against South Africa reported President Reagan's reaction to South Africa government action quoted. Reporter Allen Pizzey's report with regard to security forces' action against anti-government newspaper, the "Weekly Mail", mentioned. Upcoming anniversary of Soweto riots noted.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Public Health Service report with regard to outlook for AIDS introd.
(DC: Rita Braver) Details given with regard to predictions concerning AIDS. [US Public Health Service spokesperson Dr. Donald MacDONALD - comments.] Justice Department's expected ruling that AIDS patients will be treated as handicapped as regards federally funded programs noted. Effect this will have detailed; case of Todd Shuttleworth in Broward Cnty., Florida, cited. [SHUTTLEWORTH - comments.] [Attorney Martin SCHNEIDERMAN - comments on hysteria with regard to AIDS.] Case of Kurt Vandenburg, in Dallas, noted. [VANDENBURG - comments.] Bus. efforts to educate workers reported; details given, scenes shown of Westinghouse tape. [AIDS victims' attorney Robert HOLT - comments.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Debate in President Reagan's administration on administration position with regard to Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) II treaty with USSR reported
(DC: Bill Plante) Report given on confusion in administration with regard to Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) II stance, since Reagan's news conference on Wednesday; details given, scenes shown. [REAGAN - comments on relations with Sovs.] White House spokesperson Larry Speakes' remarks quoted. [REAGAN - comments.] [Former arms negotiator Paul WARNKE - comments.] Reaction of House For. Affairs Committee stated. [Committee chairperson Representative Dante FASCELL - comments.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Reagan's remarks with regard to USSR and Nicaragua noted. President's campaign for military and other aid for Contras fighting in Nicaragua cited. Mtg. between Secretary of State George Shultz and 3 Contra leaders rptd; scenes shown. [SHULTZ - comments.] Shultz's charge of illegal drug exports from Nicaragua reported Report introduced.
(San Jose, Costa Rica: Michael Connor) Cocaine smuggling trial of Horatio Perrera in Costa Rica in connection with Contra leader Juachan Gonzalez reported; details given, scenes shown. Alleged involvement of Hermundo Chamorro noted. [CHAMORRO - denies connection between Contras and drug smugglers.] Evidence to the contrary cited. Case of Gerardo Duran mentioned; his comments quoted. [Senator John KERRY - comments.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Condition of US-Panama relations reported, due to allegations against Panama leader, Brigadier General Manuel Antonio Noriega, re: drug trafficking, gunrunning and money laundering. Noriega's alleged involvement with CIA, Cuba and Nicaragua noted. Secretary of State George Shultz's remarks quoted.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Retail sales figs. for May noted. Report introduced.
(NYC: Ray Brady) Econ. outlook examined. [Econ. Walter DOLDE - comments.] Possible effect on economy recovery of "baby boomers'" purchases for own children cited; details given, scenes shown. television commercial shown. [PARENTS - comment.] [DOLDE - comments.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Commerce Secretary Malcolm Baldrige's firing of Commerce Department employees in connection with episode of gross national product leaks reported
(Studio: Dan Rather) Recent Supreme Court report on overcrowding of jails in US noted. offender. [CARTER - comments.] Overcrowding of prison for sex offenders stated; problems outlined. [Sex Abuse Center Supt. Sally SCHEIDEMANTEL - comments.] [Carter's mother, Judith MELE - comments.] [CARTER - comments.] Sex abuse education efforts directed at children described. [Camden Cnty., New Jersey, prosecutor Sam ASBELL - comments on problems.] [Pasquale Mele's NEIGHBOR - comments.] [CARTER - comments.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Denver, Colorado: Harry Smith) Report on local news broadcasts' attempts to garner largest viewership. Situation in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and other areas, involving giving away money and other prizes, detailed; scenes shown. CBS News survey by Arbitron detailed. Critics' reaction stated. ["Denver Post" newspaper television critic Joanne OSTROW - comments.]