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Monitor Archive for January 30, 1980
Yugoslavs dream of strong nonaligned buffer between superpowers
Californias joke about quakes, but take precautions, too
Spillover from US-Vietnam freeze: US keeps Laos at arm's lenght
At Lloyd's of London, change buffets tradition
Carter budget refuels space shuttle effort
Rousing rescue operation; The Four-Front War, by William R. Perl. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc. $12. 95.
Young adults flock home to Mom and Dad
Divers seek survivors in Coast Guard collision
Hostage release: now it's Bani-Sadr vs. the captors
Warm 'first' novel of Texas prairies; The Fence, by Bruce McGinnis. New York: The Vanguard Press. $10.
Father-son 'team' rides Demons' magic carpet
Baseball boss optimistic on 1980 owner-player issues
8 states in North stand to lose US House seats
'British art now': a joy to behold
What's ahead for drivers: car, van pools; bus rides
Got an extra $13? That's your share of US grain embargo cost
Kennedy against the wind
Probing, inventive theater -- way off Broadway; Point Judith Presented by the Performance Group. Written by Elizabeth LeCompte, Spalding Gray, et al.
Wiseracks undermine a Neil Simon Broadway adaptation; Chapter Two Starring James Caan, Marsha Mason. Written by Neil Simon. Directed by Robert Moore.
Gandhi: a sympathetic report; Gandhi: A Memoir, by William L. Shirer. New York: Simon & Schuster. $12.95.
Managing small estates
What happened to the talked-about recession of '79?
That big energy study: an insider's warning
School flurries upstage the snow in Chicago's winter of discontent
Who wnats to be out in the lead?
Islamic nations fire broadsides at Soviet military interventions
Picking a lawyer: three helpful steps
Ask the birds, mon ami
The Met: back in spectacular form
The budget: why not balanced?
Support for the court
Grace and fervor -- making music
NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY; TO HASTEN AND DIRECT CHANGE
A new life
Energy: the first priority
Religion dominates in new Iran Constitution
The unbrotherly 'brethren'
US gets more time to lift passport of ex-CIA agent
Iran limits candidate field in parliamentary elections
Jimmy Durante, comedian who spanned two eras
Brown tells Congress why US needs new arms, and SALT
Brzezinski to discuss aid plans in Pakistan
India's Sikhs may unwind their turbans
Quebec: Will it be au revoir to Canada?
Union leaders ordered not to back dock boycott
Senate joins US call for Olympic boycott
Further delay in sanctions on Iran announced by US
Fringes of India loom as trouble spots for Mrs. Gandhi
Northern Hemisphere gazer's guide;
'DIY' money-market funds
GOP leaders on Hill score Persian Gulf commitment
Six Americans escape from Iran
Could Kennedy lose to Carter even at home in New England?