This program is 26 minutes long
(Studio: Dan Rather) USSR General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev shown strolling through Cathedral Square. [GORBACHEV - (thru translator Aleksandr Yakolev) comments on another summit and mtgs. with President Reagan.] Gorbachev shown giving Reagan tour of Moscow sites. [GORBACHEV - (thru translator) comments on United States.] [REAGAN - jokes and pats Gorbachev on back.] Secretary of State George Shultz and foreign minister Eduard Shevardnadze shown signing accords on prior notification of missile tests and monitoring underground nuclear tests. Reagan and Gorbachev reported discussing latter's perestroika plans. Reagan shown at meeting of USSR artists. [MAN - (thru translator) comments on USSR astrologers.] [During speech to Moscow Univ. students, REAGAN - comments on freedom and responds to questions with regard to American Indians.] [REAGAN - says he is not in evil empire.] Dinner shown at United States embassy featuring jazz musicians.
(Studio: Dan Rather, Bill Plante, Wyatt Andrews, Barry Peterson) Mikhail Gorbachev observed to be constantly seizing initiative with media and calling attention to fact that he is much younger than President Reagan. INF treaty expected to be signed, declaration of summit's progress noted released; details given. Gorbachev noted possibly releasing refuseniks and dissidents. Conservatives noted planning Gorbachev's political demise; details given. Concern among US officials with regard to Reagan's rush for another arms control treaty reported; details given. Another summit noted possible; SDI/Star Wars mentioned obstacle to future arms control agreement.
(Studio: Dan Rather, Charles Kuralt) Nancy Reagan shown escorted by Lidiya Gromyko to Leningrad, USSR ; Reagan quoted with regard to reception. Reagan shown touring palace of Peter the Great; details given. [REAGAN - comments on Hermitage Museum tour.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Mikhail Gorbachev's perestroika and glasnost featured. Glasnost-inspired magazine shown selling in Moscow. Edward Vitaly Korotich featured. [KOROTICH - comments on Gorbachev's reforms.] Mag. noted critical of USSR government [KOROTICH -comments on risks he takes with every pub. and discusses Raisa Gorbachev's influence.] New York City anchor BOB SCHIEFFER introd.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.
(DC: Rita Braver) Supreme Court reported upholding importers' rights to sell "gray market" items; details given, scenes shown. Cartier Jewelers noted among those attempting to block such imports. Justice Anthony Kennedy's decision quoted. Supreme Court noted deciding that some "gray market" goods could be banned under certain circumstances. Discount store attorney quoted. (Artist: Don Juhlin)
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Single family home sales figs. illus and discussed.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Ex-PTL minister Jim Bakker reported announcing that he will purchase organization if it goes bankrupt; details given, scenes shown. Bakker quoted after making surprise visit to Heritage USA. PTL's debt discussed.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) El Salvador's president Jose Napoleon Duarte reported flying to Washington, DC for treatment of bleeding ulcers; sources quoted with regard to stomach cancer possibilities.
(Studio: Dan Rather, Charles KuraltK) Impact of Mikhail Gorbachev's glasnost upon USSR film industry discussed; details given, scenes shown. Director quoted re: work. "Checkpoint on the Road" shown for first time since it was made years ago. Director Alexei Germann quoted with regard to film. Ministry reported giving Germann own studio and right to make movies. Germann's next film noted dealing with prison camps of Joseph Stalin's era. Hollywood, California, movie director quoted. United States and USSR movie makers compared. [Director Nikolai GOBENKO - comments on freedom.] Gobenko's new film discussed. [GOBENKO - says Gorbachev is only chance to save USSR .]