This program is 27 minutes long
(Studio: Dan Rather) House vote on sanctions against South Africa reported
(DC: Phil Jones) Details given on House vote and its implications. [Representative Ronald DELLUMS - speaks on issue.] [Representative Silvio CONTE - speaks on issue.] [Representative Mark SILJANDER - speaks on issue.] Conditions in South Africa noted; scenes shown. Position of President Reagan and administration on economy sanctions, and outlook for Senator measures, stated.
(London, England: Tom Fenton) Situation in South Africa, as reported by government spokesperson, noted. [Govt. spokesperson Leon MELLET - comments.] Reports from such orgs. as Amnesty International cited. [Bureau of Info. spokesperson David STEWARD - comments on economy situation.] Outlook for South Africa, if economy sanctions are imposed by other ntns., given. [Duke Univ. spokesperson Prof. James David BARBER - comments.] Examples given of how sanctions have been ineffective. United Artists Against Apartheid tape shown.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Collision of two tourist planes over Grand Canyon reported
(Phoenix, Arizona: Terry Drinkwater) Details given of crash. National Park Service and Federal Aviation Administration reported considering limits on flights in Canyon area. [MAN - comments.] [Wilderness Society spokesperson Jim NORTON - comments on crash.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Opening of trial in Genoa, Italy, for accused hijackers of Achille Lauro cruise ship reported
(Genoa, Italy: Mark Phillips) Details given with regard to opening of trial; scenes shown. Those on trial noted to include Abul Abbas; scenes shown. Alleged killer (named) of passenger Leon Klinghoffer and others reported choosing Palestinian cause as their defense [Defense Attorney Gianfranco PAGANO - comments.] [Achille Lauro Captain Gerardo DeROSA - reacts to defense] Former hostages' reactions noted. [Seymour MESKIN - comments.] Effects of hostage event on business for Achille Lauro reported
(Studio: Dan Rather) Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger's order for investigation into possibility of missing military secrets from Lockheed Corp. files noted; details given.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Commerce Department figs. on gross national product given; scenes shown.
(NYC: Ray Brady) Incr. in part-time and temporary workers due to economy noted; details given, scenes shown. [WORKER - comments.] [National Association of Temporary Services spokesperson Margo BERK-LEVINE - comments.] [Labor economy Gregory TARPINIAN - comments.] [Temporary worker Terri MUNDY - comments.] Part-time workers reported allowed by GM's contract with union and at Western Union. [MUNDY - comments.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Senator action on tax reform bill updated. Expected debate with regard to status of IRA's noted.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Correspondent Bernard Goldberg's report on case of Florida defense attorney Ellis Rubin, cited for contempt of court for refusing to defend murder suspect, recalled; scenes shown. Update given.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Capture in Florida of FBI fugitive Charles Herron reported; scenes shown. Herron's associate William Allen mentioned.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Troy, Ohio: Karen Boros) Reaction in Troy, Ohio, to shooting death by police of teenager Kerry Helton reported; details given, scenes shown. [Resident Pat BUTCHER - comments.] Demonstrations and police response described. [Troy police department chief William FRANK - comments.] [Miami Cnty. prosecutor Jeff WALBAUM - describes incident.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Senator rejection of Robert Rader, Junior's appointed by President Reagan to head committee to oversee OSHA reported
(Studio: Dan Rather) Press censorship in South Africa noted.
(DC: Bruce Morton) Conditions of press censorship in South Africa described; scenes shown. [Expelled CBS News camera operator Wim de VOS - comments.] Report concerns effects on press coverage and how media representatives react. [BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) representative Alan PROTHEROE - comments.] [CBS News president Van Gordon SAUTER - comments.] ["Washington Post "newspaper representative Michael GETLER - comments.] [African National Congress representative Oliver TAMBO - speaks of unconfirmed reports in South Africa.] [Stanford Univ. spokesperson Elie ABEL - comments.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Prison uprisings in Lima, Peru, reported
(Studio: Dan Rather) President Reagan's upcoming health checkup at Bethesda Naval Hospital noted. Comments by White House spokesperson Larry Speakes quoted.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Removal from office of USSR cultural minister reported; details given, scenes shown. Efforts of Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and wife to set trend for Soviet fashion noted.
(Moscow, USSR : Wyatt Andrews) Details given with regard to fashions now being shown in USSR . [WOMAN - (thru translator) comments.] Gorbachev's efforts to make Soviet economy please consumer noted. Reaction of non-Sovs. to Soviet fashion described; scenes shown. Conditions and problems for Soviet fashion cited. Impt. of changes in fashion industry to economy and artistic reform stated.