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Monitor Archive for October 14, 1980
More killings sweep El Salvador
Americans want growth -- but not at the expense of clean air, water
In search of a grandmother; A Grandmother for the Orphelines, by Natalie Savage Carlson. Illustrated by David White. New York: Harper & Row. $8.95.
The Heart of the Hunter, by Laurens van der Post. New York: Harvest/HBJ. $ 4.95
Voyage in time to an 18th-century pirate ship; The Crime of Martin Coverley, by Leonard Wibberley. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. $8.95.
Some thoughts on 'realism' in fiction for teen-agers; It All Began With Jane Eyre, by Sheila Greenwald. Boston: Atlantic -- Little, Brown & Co. $7.9...
Phillies must eye Kansas City speedster Willie Wilson warily
Going to college in Ontario
A year's worth of tips to help those headed for college; 'There just aren't any formulas for success at college'; The College Survival Kit, by Irv B...
The Powers That Be, by David Halberstam. New York: Dell Books. $3.50.
A year's worth of tips to help those headed for college; 'It's hard work -- but remember -- you are judging them too!'
Six W. German extremists sentenced for kidnapping
Aiding Algeria's victims
New radiotelescope array gives astronomers a sharper electronic ear on the universe
'Neutrality' pledge puts Kremlin on shaky tightrope between Iran, Iraq
Islamic group leader tries again to halt Iraq-Iran war
Iraqi oil cutoff squeezes Brazil
Concern grows over 'burying' nuclear waste at sea as officials probe Farallon Island site
Some French police linked to neo-Nazis
Energy rules for new school building
High court issue: child's 'interest' vs. parents rights
Polish workers have yet to cap their struggle to form free trade unions
Prisoner release hints Turkey is normalizing
1980 Nobel Peace Prize goes to Argentine
A Field Guide to the Birds East of the Rockies, by Roger Tory Peterson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. $9.95 (paperback). $15 (hardback).
New film on US defense readiness draws fire from Carter administration
Alan Paton; A voice against racial arrogance; Towards the Mountain, By Alan Paton. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. $15.95
Sound advice for Monitor readers from Camelot's Merlin
Painter Wildsmith hides lessons in vibrant pictures
Iraq's Saddam Hussein: the man who set the Gulf on fire
S. Africa has nuclear plant, but who will provide the fuel?
Foreign aid: a scramble for funds
Adrift in space
Puglia -- the ancient and intriguing "heel" of Italy
Reagan likely winner in Granite State; Carter third?
A topsy-turvy world
Idi Amin bid for comeback in Uganda seen
Relief supplies on way to devastated Algerian city
'Don't Forget the Khmer'
America's establishment': a close-up look; The American Establishment, by Leonard Silk and Mark Silk. New York: Basic Books. $13.95
Diverse ages captured in one lively arena
Sumptuous glimpse inside the Metropolitan; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, by Howard Hibbard. New York: Harper & Row. $50 .
Kim's son prominent at N. Korean party congress
Toland's flawed World War I blockbuster; No Man's Land, by John Toland. New York: Doubleday & Co. $14.95.
Soviets trumpet space achievements
Gulf war -- US, Soviets strive to protect interests
Fine picture books boast bears galore; Baby Bear and the Long Sleep, by Andrew Ward. Illustrated by John Walsh. Boston: Little, Brown &Co. $8.95; Pe...
A Bend in the River, by V. S. Naipul. New York: Random House. $2.95.
Is baby sister necessary?; Fanny's Sister, by Penelope Lively. Illustrated by Anita Lobel. New York: Dutton. $7.95.
Terrorism report stirs Canada
How to start looking at art; Just Look A Book About Paintings, by Robert Cumming. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. $9.95.; Creatures of Paradise,...
Diverse ages captured in one lively arena
Moscow reaping strategic windfall from Gulf war?
A Mind Awake -- An Anthology of C. S. Lewis, edited by Clyde S. Kilby. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. $3.95.
A winning decision
Deal to send US grain to China may be 'very close'
Proved stout at heart, Phillies and Royals joust in World Series
Daddy King; Why he keeps on keeping on; Daddy King: An Autobiography, by the Rev. Martin Luther King Sr., with Clayton Riley. New York: William Morr...
Homecoming in Amsterdam
Engaging, thorough study of Peter the Great; Peter the Great: His Life and World, by Robert K. massie. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $19.95
Ronald Reagan's power wielders
The American dream revisited; American Dreams: Lost and Found, by Studs Terkel. New York: Pantheon Books. $ 14.95
Poignant saga of a search for home; Far from Home, by Ouida Sebestyen. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. $8.95.
'Venice of east' in flood of trouble
A Nobel prize that calls to 'captive minds'
A penny saved can start a collection
'Little guy' may be getting back to the stock market