This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) President Bush quoted with regard to Iran's possible role in freeing hostages and drug war during his press conference Reports introd.
(DC: Phil Jones) Bush's drug policy examined. [BUSH - opposes drug use; comments on funding of plan.] [American Council for Drug Educ. spokesperson Leo DOGOLOFF - comments on casual drug use.] [New Hampshire drug rehabilitation services spokesperson Geraldine SYLVESTER - praises Bush.] [Drug czar William BENNETT - outlines his goals for plan.] Bush noted meeting with parents of Mark Kilroy, college student who was murdered by drug cult in Matamoros, Mexico. [Helen KILROY - wants to rid United States of drugs.]
(DC: Bruce Morton) Bush plan's emphasis upon interdiction and roles of for. countries in war on drugs discussed; scenes shown from Bolivia. [Drug policy analyst Jonathan CAVE - comments.] Representative Fortney Pete Stark's questionnaire with regard to effort to seal border against drugs outlined on screen. [Customs spokesperson Leon GUINN, DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) director John LAWN - comment on situation.] [Broward Cnty., Florida, Sheriff Nick NAVARRO - comments on supply and demand of drugs.]
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) President Bush quoted with regard to possibility that Panama's Manuel Noriega will be kidnapped and brought to United States to face drug chgs.; details given.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) reported chging. agent Edward O'Brien with drug smuggling; details given.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Navy's Trident II missile reported exploding after test launch from submarine; details given.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) President Bush quoted with regard to Iran's influence in hostage situation. Report introduced.
(DC: Wyatt Andrews) Contradictory stmts. coming from Iranian leaders Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and President Hashemi Rafsanjani recalled. [BUSH - hints on improved relations with Iran if hostages are freed; comments on murder of Colonel William Higgins.] United States military presence off coast of Iran discussed; map shown.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) United Nations Secretary General Javier Perez de Cuellar reported calling emergency meeting of Security Council to discuss fighting in Lebanon. Report introduced.
(London, England: Martha Teichner) Impact of Christian-Moslem fighting in Beirut, Lebanon, examined; details given of Syria's plans to attack again, scenes shown.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Polish president Wojciech Jaruzelski reported calling mtg. of political parties in attempt to end government crisis; Prime Min. Czeslaw Kiszczak mentioned. Solidarity leader Lech Walesa quoted.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Philippine troops reported ending prison siege in Davao City, Philippines; details given, scenes shown.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) State of Alaska reported suing Exxon and other oil companies for their roles in oil spill this year; details given.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.
(Duluth, Minnesota: Susan Spencer) Supreme Court's decision noted making it easier for states to regulate abortion; scenes shown from anti-abortion clinic in Fargo, North Dakota. [Fargo Women's Health Center director Jane BOVARD - comments on lack of abortion facilities here.] [Obstetrician "DR. George" - says many doctors don't want to perform abortions.] [Patients "DEBORAH", "STEPHANIE", Dr. Jane HODGSON - comment on abortion situation in rural America.] [Minnesotans Concerned for Life spokesperson Jackie SCHWEITZ - comments.] [Duluth Women's Health Clinic spokesperson Tina WELSCH - comments on hate mail that clinic recs.]
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.
(NYC: Richard Roth) Strike against Bell telephone companies reported continuing in several states and noted reflective of national dilemma with regard to who should pay for health care benefits; details given, scenes shown. [Jesse JACKSON - comments.] Company mgrs. recalled proposing that empls. help pay for health care benefits. [Health Data Institution spokesperson Terry KLEIMAN - comments on situation.] [AFL-CIO health specialist Karen IGNAGNI, City University of New York prof. Sumner ROSEN - comment on situation.]
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) South Korean dissidents reported arrested upon return from illegal visit to North Korea. Report introduced.
(N. Korea: Bob Faw) Kim Il Sung's propaganda reported promoted from cradle to grave in North Korea; details given, scenes shown. [MAN - comments on life here.] International human rights orgs. reported asserting that disloyal people in North Korea are severely punished. [Human rights observer Richard KAGAN - comments.] [Committee for cultural relations chairperson LI Chol Sin - says people are happy here.]