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Monitor Archive for April 24, 1980
Why tinker with genes?
Robert Shaw knows what to do with the big choral pieces
Exxon tallies a first-quarter surge
82d AIRBORNE DIVISION; A sword Carter hopes not to draw
Buffalo makes it look easy
Rhubarb Cobbler with bananas
About those spelling errors
The Pennsylvania pike
Times out of time
US getting charged up over electric cars
Rockefeller: key advocate in support of 'big business'
Angels pitcher Frost throws everything but coconuts
Carter, Reagan keep piling up delegates; Bush proving his 'Yankee pluck,' but the outlook for a big upset -- even in Texas -- grows quite dim
Cumberland Hot Pot recipe
US politics vs. US foreign policy
Confidence slips again
Nicaragua junta loses its 'conscience'
Canada puts squeeze on Iran
Revolt in Israeli coalition stalls step on settlements
Israeli settlement policy is condemned in Europe
Paul Taylor rushes in
Cut all the trees down? That's just peachy!
In use of A-power, Belgium moves into the world lead
The ultimate movie theater
New York's up-and-down Theater; The Man in 605 Play by Alan Gross. Directed by Sheldon Patinkin.
Negative readings on tax-cut platform
Is Iran losing fear of Soviet bear hug?
To shore up Western unity, Europe backs US on Iran
Jellies taste like fruit and honey
'Boat lift' brings Cubans to US
Carter, Reagan keep piling up delegates; Sen. Kennedy running out of primaries, despite new momentum from Pa. victory
A sacred trust
New York's up-and-down theater; Back in the Race Drama by milan Stitt. Directed by Leonard Peters.
Chemical plant fire forces 700 to flee Idaho homes
'Advertising' lawyers trim fees with videotape advice
Ireland sends fresh troops to UN unit in Lebanon
Its new builders rev up the MG for a US run
The return of 3-D, lost gimmick of the '50s
New leadership blossoms in Chinese spring
Simon art collection now boasts $3.7 million Dutch master
Creative designs in Western furniture
Allied support on America's hostages
Literature and litigation
Ralph Waite as filmmaker; On the Nickel Written by, directed by, produced by, and starring Ralph Waite.
Backers start new Anderson drives
'MONEY IS LIFE'S REPORT CARD'
Asparagus tips to try in the springtime
Islam's best friend? Not exactly
Offsetting Pension Benefits
Federal surplus: pro or con?
JAPANESE WEDDING Made in USA
Texas, New Mexico, Arizona politics; THE WILDWEST'S NOT-SO-WILD ELECTORATE
India region asks for oil: strike causes fuel crisis
Investing for Child's Future
Draft sign-up opponents enlist strong aid in Senate
Watching our conversation
Contract financing returns -- with a new, welcome twist
US-German relations ease as Europe acts against Iran