This program is 27 minutes long
(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Winnetka, Illinois: Frank Currier) Woman named Laurie Dann reported ordering school children in Winnetka to stand against wall and then opening fire on them; details given, scenes shown. [Winnetka police chief Herbert TIMM - comments on shootings.] Shootings noted occurring in affluent suburb of Chicago. [PARENTS -comment on incident.] Dann reported then fleeing to house in neighborhood and wounding resident. [Winnetka police department Joe SUMMER - comments on young man who was shot.] Dead and injured numbers given. [Evanston hospital spokesperson Dr. David WINCHESTER - tells conds. of patients.] Dann noted having argument with people for whom she babysat. [Northbrook police department spokesperson Randy WALTERS - says Dann set fire to house prior to shooting rampage.] Father quoted with regard to emotional trauma to children.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Reagan administration deal with general Manuel Noriega to drop drug indictments if he leaves Panama discussed. Vice President George Bush reported opposing deal with Noriega. Report introduced.
(DC: Bill Plante) Noriega shown with thumbs up when asked about deal with US. Deal detailed. [Senator Nancy KASSEBAUM - describes negotiating with Noriega.] [Senator Christopher DODD - wants Noriega out of Panama.] Bush aide quoted on screen with regard to Vice President's difference of opinion with Reagan when Noriega issue discussed. [Bush campaign manager Lee ATWATER - comments on Bush's stance.] Bush aide Don. Gregg quoted on screen with regard to Bush's knowledge of Noriega's activities. Sources quoted with regard to State Department negotiator Michael Kozak; White House chief of staff Howard Baker mentioned.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Associated Press article quoted with regard to deal with Noriega.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Vice President George Bush reported urging President Reagan to compromise on trade bill veto plans. Bush noted asserting that provision with regard to plant closings and employment notifications should be considered; reporter Phil Jones mentioned.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Beirut street fighting reported continuing; death toll given, scenes shown. Syria noted surrounding area with troops but not using them to aid pro-Syrian Amal militia. Pro-Iranian Hizballah reported threatening to kill American hostages if rescue attempt made. [State Department spokesperson Charles REDMAN - comments on nature of ambassador Vernon Walters' visit to Syria.] [WALTERS - comments on scope of visit.] Report introduced.
(Paris, France: Doug Tunnell) Syrian intelligence reported gathering much information on Imad Mughniya, man responsible for master-minding hostage kidnappings. [Ex-hostage David JACOBSEN - says Mughniya is responsible for Islamic Jihad and says once saw his face.] Mughniya described; photos shown. Mughniya noted behind Kuwait airlines hijacking. [Terrorism expert Ken. TIMMERMANN - comments on Mughniya.] [JACOBSEN - comments on leader] Mughniya reported holding American hostages in secret prisons throughout Beirut. [TIMMERMANN - says Syria knows where hostages are.] Mughniya's fingerprints reported found on board hijacked Trans World Airlines, Inc. (TWA) plane in 1985. [JACOBSEN - comments on Mughniya.] Mughniya reported fighting for control of Beirut.
(Studio: Dan Rather) South Korean students shown attacking United States embassy in Seoul; details given.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Gasoline and grocery costs noted rising. Clothing prices noted drastically increase Report introduced.
(NYC: Ray Brady) Cost of clothing discussed. [WOMAN - says won't buy clothes that cost so much.] [Liz Claiborne sportswear spokesperson Jay MARGOLIS - comments on costs.] Consumer price index figs. illustration [Retail analyst Monroe GREENSTEIN - comments on price increases] Dollar's decline noted making imported clothing more expensive in US. [Perry Ellis designer Patricia PASTOR - comments on increase prices.] Stores noted selling more high-priced lines so profits will be bigger. Av. working woman note spending 1700 per year on clothes. [WOMAN - says tries to find bargains.] [MAN - comments on buying suits.] Hemlines and prices noted rising for fall season.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Federal judge reported announcing that PTL bankruptcy trustee resigned because didn't want to preside over organization's liquidation.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Ex-Assembly of God evangelist Jimmy Swaggart reported returning to television preaching. Report introduced.
(Baton Rouge, LA: Bruce Hall) [SWAGGART - begs for another chance.] Swaggart's financial empire noted facing difficulties after confessing to moral failure mos. ago. Cable companies and foreign countries reported dropping Swaggart shows and crusades. [New Covenant Church spokesperson Reverend James MAHONEY - says Swaggart returning to ministry for money.] Repercussions of Swaggart's scandals discussed. [Assemblies of God spokesperson Jerald OGG - comments on leaving church.] Swaggart's financial problems discussed. [SWAGGART - says needs money.] Prostitute Debra Murphree reported posing for national magazine Swaggart quoted with regard to people going to hell if he doesn't return to ministry.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Jury reported deciding that United States government could seize property of Colombian drug lord Carlos Lehder; details given.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(San Francisco, California: Bruce Morton) Lesbian/gay club dinner for cands. featured. [US Senator candidate Leo McCARTHY - comments on AIDS.] Gays noted becoming more active in pols. because of AIDS issue. [National Gay and Lesbian Task Force spokesperson Peter FOWLER - comments on situation.] No. of AIDS cases in United States given. [American Fndn. for AIDS Research Dr. Mervyn SILVERMAN - says tax dollars needed to combat disease.] [Jesse JACKSON - campaigns. with regard to gay/AIDS issues.] Jackson noted favorite candidate ofgays. [Michael DUKAKIS - campaigns.] Gays noted disagreeing with Dukakis' opinion that heterosexual couples should have priority over gay couples as foster parents. [Vice President George BUSH - comments on situation.] [Gay rights activist David MIXNER - comments on Bush.] AIDS noted bipartisan issue.
(Studio: Dan Rather) San Francisco, California, federal judge reported postponing government's plan to start random drug testing of prison workers; details given.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Reagan aides reported fearing that USSR bugging Nancy Reagan's calls to California astrologer; details given. Report introduced.
(DC: Terence Smith) President Reagan shown at annual news photography dinner at White House [REAGAN - comments on photos.] Photos shown. [REAGAN - salutes photographers.]