This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Dan Rather) President Bush reported calling for a faster phase-out of chemicals that are destroying the ozone layer. Report introduced.
(Pentagon: David Martin) Military's role in ozone depletion featured; scenes shown from General Dynamics plant in Fort Worth, Texas, where the ozone damaging cleaning solvent CFC-113, or freon, is used. [National Toxic Campaign John O'CONNOR, Air Force Gary VEST - talk about military's contribution to ozone depletion.] Animation shown of damage to the ozone layer. [Hughes Aircraft Ray TURNER - talks about solution to replace CFC chemical.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Implications of Bush's recommendation noted.
(Studio: Dan Rather) President Bush's plans to announce his candidacy for reelection formally tomorrow reported. Report introduced.
(Manchester: Richard Threlkeld) Status of the Democratic presidential candidates in New Hampshire featured; scenes shown of them campaigning there. [Candidate Paul TSONGAS - makes joke about t-shirt given to him; talks to reporters and New Hampshire residents.] Questions about candidate Governor Bill Clinton's personal life and Vietnam draft status mentioned. [MAN - talks about Clinton.] Excerpt shown from commercial for candidate Senator Bob Kerrey; Harkin's victory in the Iowa caucuses noted.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Possible jail sentence boxer Mike Tyson may face for his rape conviction mentioned. Report introduced.
(Indianapolis: Bob Faw) Tyson's rape conviction featured; scenes of him at Indianapolis, IN, courthouse, in boxing ring, of Clarence Thomas' accuser Anita Hill, William Kennedy Smith's accuser Patricia Bowman, and of Tyson's accuser electronically disguised shown. ["The Nation" Katha POLLITT - comments on the verdict.] [WOMAN - comments on Tyson.] Pageant official quoted on Tyson's behavior; July 20, 1991, scenes shown of pageant contestants. ["New York Times" Phil BERGER - talks about Tyson's self-destructiveness.] [Deputy prosecutor Barbara TRATHEN - comments on tragedy for Tyson.] (Artist: Mary Mehan Firtl)
(Studio: Dan Rather) Supreme Court reported agreeing to consider an appeal from Haitian refugees who are being forced back to Haiti; scenes shown of refugees at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba; excerpt shown from US Coast Guard video of refugees.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Washington: Bill Plante) Nazi holocaust records released from the National Archives to the Red Cross featured; historical footage shown of holocaust victims; scenes shown of records. [American Red Cross Elizabeth DOLE, Council of Jewish Federations Mark TALISMAN - talk about records.] [Margaret LIPTON - talks about what she learned from records.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Western aid to the former Soviet republics mentioned; scenes shown from Moscow soup kitchen. Report introduced.
(Moscow: Anthony Mason) Architect of Russia's economic strategy Yegor Gaidar featured. [GAIDAR - comments on his political background, his job.] Scenes shown of children singing "Gaidar Leads the Way," about Gaidar's revolutionary grandfather; photos of elder Gaidar shown.
(Studio: Dan Rather) NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) head Benjamin Hooks reported calling on African-Americans to buy cars made in the USA. Report introduced.
(Tomball, Texas: James Hattori) Japan bashing by United States American car dealers featured; scenes shown from Tomball, Texas; excerpts played of auto dealers' television and radio commercials. [MAN - talks about being offended by Japanese United States bashing.] [MAN, WOMAN, dealership owner Hub FOSSIER - talk about buying American.] [Sales manager Russell CROSBY - denies bashing anyone.] Last month's sales of Japanese cars in the United States noted. [American International Auto Dealers Association Walter HUIZENGA - talks about jobs created by foreign companies.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Results of Johns Hopkins University research on coffee consumption and health reported.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Celebration of the 13th anniversary of the Islamic revolution; finding of bomb in London hours before Vice President Dan Quayle's visit; flooding in San Fernando Valley, California, reported; scenes shown from Tehran, London and Los Angeles.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Follow-up on the child custody battle between Evelyn and Steven Hayes, which was featured in a past Eye on America segment.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Baltimore: Jacqueline Adams) Maryland ad campaign and programs advocating sexual abstinence for teenagers featured; excerpts shown of sexually suggestive images on MTV. [TEEN - talks about friends who are pregnant.] [Three teen MOTHERS - comment.] Excerpt from television commercial, billboard advocating abstinence shown. [Council on Adolescent Pregnancy Bronwyn MAYDEN - talks about teen pregnancy.] Nationwide and Maryland teen birth rates for 1988-1989 compared. [Campaign for our Children Hal DONOFRIO - talks about savings to taxpayers.] [Four TEENS - comment.]