This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Dan Rather) Preparations in the Hawaiian Islands for Hurricane Iniki reported; scenes shown of satellite photos and from the islands.
(Honolulu: Bob Jones) Threat to the area from this hurricane, which is unusual, examined; details given of the prospects of great flooding and the need for coastal evacuations.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Absence of good hurricane tracking equipment in Hawaii noted.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Washington: Roberta Baskin) Investigation into safety problems with front-button seat belts featured; scenes shown from "Street Stories" video. [Accident investigator Steven SYSON - demonstrates problem.] [American Coalition for Traffic Safety Phil HASELTINE - calls the broadcast irresponsible.] [Attorney Edward RICCI - comments.] Case in which seat belts came open reviewed. [Driver Maria CROSS - comments.] [Institution for Injury Reduction Ben KELLY - calls for auto companies to take action on buckle design.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) President Bush reported approving sale of F-15 jet fighters to Saudi Arabia; scenes shown from his campaign stop at the McDonnell Douglas plant in Saint Louis. Comment from Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton on the deal mentioned.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Reports introduced.
(Cincinnati: Mark Phillips) The Republican right's campaigning on family values examined; scenes shown of the anti- abortion ads used by Michael Bailey, who is campaigning for the Indiana Congress. [BAILEY - campaigns.] [Christian Coalition Pat ROBERTSON - backs family values.] [Senior campaign adviser Charles BLACK - says the Christian groups have been active.] [President BUSH - backs the Judeo-Christian values.] [Jewish Community Relations Council Phyllis BOSSIN - finds the Republican right threatening.]
(New York: Richard Threlkeld) Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton's campaign on the family values issue featured. [At University of Notre Dame, CLINTON - opposes a religious war in America; calls for an America that values family.] [In Ohio, two VOTERS - deride the family values issue in politics.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) President Bush reported considering US planes to enforce a "no-fly" zone over Bosnia.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Arrest in Italy of an organized crime boss; school shooting in Amarillo, Texas; cleanup in the North Carolina mountains after heavy rains and countdown for the launch of space shuttle Endeavour reported; scenes shown from Naples, Italy, Amarillo, Smoky Mountains and the Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Recent guilty plea by United Technologies on charges of defrauding the government recalled.
(Pentagon: David Martin) Operation Ill Wind, a government investigation of corruption in the defense contractors industry, featured; FBI surveillance photograph shown from a secret meeting of Pentagon officer Jack Sherman with defense firms consultant Thomas Muldoon, who was paying him for insider information. [On tape, MULDOON, SHERMAN - joke.] Conviction of Melvyn Paisley in the case recalled. [FBI Larry POTTS, Brookings Institution Lawrence KORB, attorney Michael SCHEININGER - comment on the prison terms and contracting companies' fines.] Unisys ethics training video shown.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Eye on the Campaign segments to be aired on Fridays until the '92 campaign ends introduced. Interview held with the insiders in the campaigns of President Bush and Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton. [In Washington, Bush-Quayle deputy campaign chairman Clayton YEUTTER; in Little Rock, Arkansas, chief Clinton political strategist James CARVILLE - talk about economic issues, including taxes, Clinton's draft record, presidential debates and press coverage of the campaign.]