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Monitor Archive for January 3, 1980
Many homes still lack attic insulation
Man is held in Quebec in fatal fire at party
Carter hope: only a 'mild' US recession
Bankers Trust drops prime rate to 15%
Kennedy keeps game plan -- seeking Iowa prairie fire
Flower imports cause concern
Steel shutdown in Britain threatens wide disruption
Carter's case for military money
Make 1980 the 'Year of the Coast'
Poet's chilling Soviet diary
Azores earthquake toll put at more than 50
Kansas City firefighters end slowdown, sickout
Turk military gives politicians 'last warning'
World Food Program halts its aid to Cambodia
Begin-Sadat summit to keep wary eye on Soviet thrusts
Ford recalls cars, trucks on brakes, transmissions
Puerto Rico steps up its efforts to counter terrorism
Giving and blessing
Nikolais's strange bird people: lots of bobbing
Afghans in New Delhi seize embassy in protest
A flawless symbol
Brazil trade hope: wood pulp, paper
In the Arms of peace
Reveille for TAPS
Try apple cider in a spicy cake
The Boston Turn Party
Cheddar still made in Somerset's cave region
Try an Italian Flavor in this recipe contest
CBC within a hair of ABC in season's TV ratings
Afghan attack stirs up talk of 'cold war'
300 years of diplomatic immunity
Ron Howard; a G-rated life style
Peking's gift to the cuisine of New York
Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania meet to warm up ties
Tiff looms over West Bank electric power supply
THE UNEASY MARRIAGE BETWEEN SCIENCE AND SOCIETY
Moscow's Afghan venture
Rhodesia truce menaced as clashes, protests swell
The makings of a tough guy
The French touch on disarmament
Americans in Devon serving great food
White rushes his way into Rose Bowl records
Gold soars into 1980
Expansion under way at West Bank settlement
Soviets pack tough propaganda with their Afghanistan punch
After Steelers-Oilers tilt, Super Bowl a yawner?
Laying inflation at government's door
US rustlers lassoing more cattle as prices rise
Khomeini's revolution: the fervor is fading
Behind Waldheim visit, new hope for hostages?
Henri Cartier-Bresson's photography; 'IT'S A YES, YES, YES'
Hit-or-miss cruise tests worry locals
Elizabeth, N.J., takes action to end 'sickout'
Soviet academy brushes off famous artist
Debt repayments show decline
Carter's campaign booming -- with some Kennedy help
A new start in Belfast
United NATO ponders best way to protest Soviets' Afghan foray
Cleveland and teachers reach tentative agreement
Soviet empire builders reach to control vital Hindu Kush