This program is 20 minutes long
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Breaking news story on the afternoon tornado that hit Salt Lake City, UT, featured; scenes shown of damages. [Voice of Keith OPPENHEIM - describe what happened in downtown Salt Lake; confirms casualty figures.]
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Greg LaMotte) The surrender in Las Vegas of Buford Furrow, the man wanted in yesterday's shootings at a Los Angeles Jewish community center, featured; details given about the police hunt for Furrow, who was married to the wife of a neo-Nazi hate group leader. [Four-year-old Nathan POWERS - expresses his feelings about the shooting.]
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The question of whether federal or state and local charges will be filed against Furrow and the medical status of the wounded noted. [At White House, President CLINTON - says what we have heard about the suspect's motives are deeply disturbing.]
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) State Department appeal to India and Pakistan after their second day of air clashes noted.
(Nalya, western India: Satinder Bindra) The India-Pakistan dispute over Kashmir updated; scenes shown of parts of the downed Pakistani plane. [Indian air force Captain B.S. BHANGU - says Pakistan fired a missile at news helicopters.] [Indian air force Air Chief Marshal A.Y. TIPNIS - says Pakistan carried out a hostile act.]
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) President Clinton's offer of clemency for Puerto Rican independence activists imprisoned for terrorist acts reported.
Some views on the place in history of former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev presented. [Actor Peter USTINOV, Center for Political and Strategic Studies Susan EISENHOWER; Polish President Lech WALESA, former Russian Prime Minister Sergei KIRIYENKO (thru translator) - outline Gorbachev's legacy in Russian history.]
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The Pentagon's awarding of its highest medal to director Steven Spielberg for his World War II movie "Saving Private Ryan" reported.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The total solar eclipse reported; scenes shown of several views of the eclipse.
(Mexico City: Harris Whitbeck) Eclipse superstitions in Mexico featured; scenes shown from Mexico City, where the people were concerned that the world might end during the during this cataclysmic event.