This program is 27 minutes long
(Studio: Dan Rather) President Reagan and USSR general secretary Mikhail Gorbachev reported having separate press confs. Gorbachev reported allowing news conference broadcast live on USSR TV. [GORBACHEV - (thru translator) stops conference when he discovers that US journalists were not receiving translation through headphones and then discusses summit.] [REAGAN - refuses to criticize USSR 's human rights stance and praises Gorbachev.] INF treaty signing ceremony shown. [Senator Robert BYRD - warns Reagan to move cautiously toward START treaty.] [GORBACHEV - (thru translator) discusses ousted Moscow Communist party leader Boris Yeltsin and Central Committee secretary Yegor Ligachev.] Yeltsin reported denying assertions that he had made during interview with CBS News with regard to Ligachev's removal. [YELTSIN - (thru translator) defends stance.] Upcoming Communist party conference mentioned. [GORBACHEV - (thru translator) comments on Reagan.]
(Studio: Dan Rather, Bill Plante, Wyatt Andrews, Barry Peterson) Mikhail Gorbachev reported attaining personal goals during summit; details of objectives he did not reach given. Progress noted made with regard to verification problems obstructing future arms agreements. SDI/Star Wars disagreements noted delaying further treaties. President Reagan's refusal to blame Gorbachev for not allowing more dissidents and refuseniks to emigrate noted. Human rights issues discussed. Reporters noted given more access to USSR than ever; glasnost emphasized not Bill of Rights. White House aides quoted with regard to document that Gorbachev tried to get Reagan to sign dealing with peaceful coexistence. NYC anchor BOB SCHIEFFER introd.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Invasions of USSR throughout history recalled. Report introduced.
(Moscow, USSR : David Martin) CBS News crew shown boarding USSR naval vessel in Black Sea; glasnost mentioned allowing such visit. [Captain Eugeny ORLOV - (thru translator) gives tour of ship.] Growth of USSR navy outlined; details given, scenes shown. [ORLOV - (thru translator) comments on training.] United States submarinesnoted ship's primary target. [OFR. - (thru translator) discusses difficulties at sea.] Equipment noted turned off while news crew on board. [SAILOR - (thru translator) says he sees world.] Drills and rituals featured. [SAILOR - (thru translator) says he has enjoyed duty.] Impact of future arms control agreements upon USSR naval operations discussed.
(Studio: Dan Rather, Charles Kuralt) Reagans and Gorbachevs reported attending gala evening at Bolshoi Ballet. Nancy Reagan reported late for museum tour with Raisa Gorbachev; details given, scenes shown. [Raisa GORBACHEV - (thru translator) comments on situation.] [Nancy REAGAN - interrupts Raisa Gorbachev and says she wants to speak.] Scenes shown from the Bolshoi; details given. "Star Spangled Banner" played by Bolshoi Orchestra; scenes shown.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Index of economy indicators figs. illustration and discussed; analysts quoted.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.
(DC: Eric Engberg) National Academy of Sciences reported asserting that those infected with HIV virus usually contract AIDS and should be treated accordingly. [AIDS project director Dr. Robin WEISS - comments on situation.] Study noted attacking government's policy of treating intravenous drug users; report quoted on screen. Report quoted on screen with regard to funding. [AIDS panel chairperson Dr. Theodore COOPER - comments on lack of progress against AIDS.] Report noted criticizing lack of continuity among government leaders with regard to AIDS.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Ex-Senator Eugene McCarthy reported announcing candidate for pres. election; details given, scenes shown. Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North shown campaign for California friend Dana Rohrabacher; details given.
(Studio: Dan Rather, Charles Kuralt) USSR 's Trans-Siberian railroad featured; dining car waiter Yuri Gushen and goulash vendor Yevgeny Rushutilov shown working. Perestroika discussed while tea shown served. Mikhail Gorbachev noted popular with many people. Gushen noted not working too hard and well paid for little effort; therefore, he is against perestroika. Rushutilov noted hard worker who supports perestroika. [MAN - (thru translator) criticizes Leonid Brezhnev's era.] [MAN - (thru translator) expresses ambivalence re: perestroika.] [WOMAN - (thru translator) praises perestroika.] Gushen and Rushutilov quoted.