This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Susan Rook) Hurricane iniki is close to Hawaiian Islands.
(Honolulu, Hawaii:: Paul Udell (KITV)) Storm has turned northward; 140mph winds; Evacuations taking place.
(Studio: Karen Maginnis) Update on path of Hurricane Iniki; Moving north at 17mph.
(Kauai, Hawaii: Lorie Hirose) Phone conversation; Evacuations of guests; Water has washed all the way up the beach; About ten years since a storm this bad; Electricity out.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Bush announced he will recommend a multi-billion dollar sale of fighter jets to Saudi Arabia.
(St. Louis, MO: Jill Dougherty) Bush says he considered jobs and peace in the Middle East; Noted need to prove Israel's military edge; Seven thousand jobs will be saved ad McDonnell Douglas and 40,000 jobs will be preserved across country; Israel opposes sale but will not lobby against it; May lose Jewish votes. [Excerpt of George BUSH; Interview with Jason ISSACSON, American Jewish Committee; Excerpt of William SCHNEIDER, CNN Political Analyst; Remarks from Bill CLINTON.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Major United States airlines boosted ticket prices.
(Jeanne Moos) Industry is going to lose money for the third year in a row as prices had dropped too low for profits. [Interview with Unnamed CITIZEN; Paul KAROS, Airline Analyst, Firsline Boston; Unnamed Flight ATTENDANTS; Joseph HUGGINS, Flight Attendant; Tye WALLACE, Flight Attendant.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Sources say United States may use air and naval powers to keep from Serbia planes flying in the No-Fly Zone in Bosnia-Herzegovina; To keep Serbians from bombing Muslim towns.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) China's imminent nuclear sale to Iran shunned by United States; However United States decided to allow several American companies aboard Chinese space shuttles; Expected to help companies an China's burgeoning space program.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Hurricane Andrew's damaging psychological effects.
(Cutler Ridge, Florida: Dan Rutz) The damaging psychological effects of Hurricane Andrew; Need to protect the children; Earliest signs of hope can break through despair. [Interviews with Sheila FORRESTER, Homeowner; Danny COX; Dr. Carl EISDORFER, University of Miami.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Safety of seatbelts; Institute for Injury Reduction says seatbelts can break apart with a side impact; Auto industry officials and government dispute charge.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Final installment of Timber or Trees.
(Missoula, Montana: Greg Lafave) Communities unfairly led to rely on dying resource; Possible job loss from restrictions on clear cutting; Timber program operates on subsidies which continue; Most logs are ground into chips; Many say Tongas Forest Program is losing money; Most of the money from timber sales; Service can divert profits to road building and administrative costs; Only $3 per truckload goes to treasury; Federal program based on making profits; Efforts to develop most productive forests are failing. [Interviews with Larry CRAIG, Senator (R) Idaho; James McCLURE, Former Senator, Timber Lobbyist; Joe MEHRKENS, Former Forest Service Employee; John SISK, SE Alaska Conservation Council; Dale ROBERTSON, Chief United States Forest Service; George MILLER, Representative (D) California; Mike BADER, Alliance for the Wild Rockies; Dave JOLLY, Regional Forester U.S. Forest Service.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduces Hurricane Iniki coverage and weather.
(Studio: Karen Maginnis) Hurricane report; Weather report.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Prime Issue; South Africa African National Congress leaders opened up talks; Black township of Ciskei was fired upon; Homelands allied with government and oppose the ANC; Talks over violence are crucial to revive political talks of giving blacks the vote. [Excerpt of President F.W. DE KLERK, South Africa; Remarks from Nelson MANDELA, ANC Leader.]
(Discussion with Herman Nickel, Former United States Ambassador to South Africa) No issues that the government can settle by itself without talking to the ANC; Negotiations are the only way to achieve some type of halt to the violence.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw)(Discussion with Herman Nickel, Former United States Ambassador to South Africa & Kingsley Makhubela, Deputy Representative of ANC Mission to U.N.) People opposed to Nelson Mandela and African National Congress in other homelands; Foreign Minister of S. Africa asked the United Nations to send an envoy to put down violence and break impasse; Prediction of negotiations timespan to happen within a year; Government is taking no steps to curtail violence; Continued violence depends on ability of South Africa government to address issue efficiently; Need to see implementation of previously agreements.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduces sports.
(Studio: Nick Charles) Sports update.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Hurricane Iniki update.
(Studio: Karen Maginnis) Hurricane Iniki now located 37 miles southwest of an island; Moving north.