II. VE DAY + 40: A CEMETARY CONTROVERSY *Tom DeFrank, NEWSWEEK, White House correspondent *Bob Cullen, NEWSWEEK, Moscow bureau chief *Sen. Howard M. Metzenblum (D-OH), circulated a letter signed by 53 senators challenging Reagan’s German itinerary; co-sponsor of a resolution for full Senate approval
III. NICARAGUA: CONTRA-AID DEBATE *Bob Rivard, NEWSWEEK, Chief of Correspondents *Joe Contreras, NEWSWEEK, Mexico City bureau chief *Rep. Ed Zschau (R-CA), member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs and co-sponsor of the House compromise bill on aid to the contras
IV. IS COLLEGE WORTH IT? *Dennis Williams, NEWSWEEK, general editor *Dr. Julianne Still Thrift (Ph.D.), Executive Director, National Institute of Independent Colleges and Universities, Washington, DC
V. AIDS *Vince Coppola, NEWSWEEK, Atlanta correspondent *Dr. William A. Blattner (M.D.), Chief, Family Studies Section, Environmental Epidemiology Branch, National Cancer Institute (National Institutes of Health), Bethesda, MD
VI. ENVIRONMENT: ‘THE HEALTH DETECTIVE’S HANDBOOK’ *John Carey, NEWSWEEK, assistant editor *Marvin Legator, Professor and Director of the Division of Environmental Toxicology, University of Texas Medical Branch, Gavelston, Texas
Show Date:April 21, 1985 Co-Anchors:David Alpern & Gary McKenzie Associate ProducerJan Ellis
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