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Monitor Archive for April 16, 1980
World Bank membership for Peking advances
Misstep for New York's Phoenix Second Avenue Rag Comedy by Allan Knee. Directed by Gerald Freedman.
Superpowers warned on nuclear spread
First things first
France sets its own course on Iran
Aid packages assembled for newly born Zimbabwe
China panel proposes a curb on free speech
French films: active, varied -- subsidized
Who holds your stock certificates -- and why
Soviet spy planes step up flights off British coast
'Confident' soviets go easy on their allies
Quote; Hold something back
Latin American Lessons
Bogota guerrillas reported planning Nicaragua refuge
High lead levels in food cans may be a hazard
Before the talkies; Hollywood: The Pioneers, by Kevin Brownlow and John Kobal. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. $20
Sweden links any action on Iran to UN approval
One year after Amin, Uganda still struggles to rebuild
No 'butts' about it, states restricting 'lighting up' in public
In afterglow of Pulitzer Prizes
What tax cheaters cost you
American Folk Art Comes of Age Picture 1, 'Captain Samuel Chandler', by Winthrop Chandler; Picture 2, 'Zebra Family', by Morris Hirsfield; Picture 3...
Keeping clothes spotless
Carter: nominated is not elected
Message of the Oscars
Mansfield without syrup; Katherine Mansfield, by Jeffrey Meyers. New York: New Directions. $17.50; The Life of Katherine Mansfield, by Antony Alpers...
Cutting services is the wrong way to cut inflation
Saudis plan to file suit over british TV movie
Bucks think they have key to playoffs victory
Inside the peasant heart; Christ Stopped at Eboli Starring Gian Maria Volonte. Based on the book by Carlo Levi. Directed by Francesco Rosi.
'Super bubble' that crowns the Galaxy
Court tennis -- its players are few; so are its courts-
Cubans, Haitians, and US
Big Steel's 'moderate' settlement: good news now, bad news later?
The split-second glimpse of inner space
Banks plan interest hikes to 24% for personal credit
Three hotels in Ulster wrecked in bomb attacks
Steel 'dumping' case: Europe to hit US fibers?
China-Soviet alliance ends amid hints of mellower mood
Iran, facing US sanctions, rechannels trade routes
No sign of ebb in Los Angeles port
O, most poetic orb
Cities of future: mosaics shattered by pace of change
State Bush thought he'd won -- Maine -- may yet go for Reagan
Heffy profit boost posted by British arm of Exxon
Japan to give $100 million to aid Turkish economy
Thais pull back welcome mat for fleeing Cambodians
US vs. 'illegals' -- tear gas and stones
High fuel costs ground some US military flights
College program boosts banking women
Carter team now sees 'full-fledged recession'
Taking a harder look
Hostage report -- they're in good shape