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Monitor Archive for April 25, 1980


BASKETBALL; Some notable accomplishments
Alternative ways to fix shower-stall cracks
Sa Carneiro keeps Portugal moving on rightist course
House ethics panel asks censure for Rep. Wilson
Chinese vote boycott on Moscow Olympics
Lance, 3 co-defendants await bank-case verdict
VW pickup so 'hot' it's hard to pick up
Wales plugs energy mountain into power grid
California oranges: squeezed out
From a hostage's daughter
The Met's Ming garden, an oasis of quiet
20-cent stamp looms, but money alone won't lick US postal problems
Iran's tit-for-tat blockade plan
South Africa cracks down on growing school boycott
Japan agrees to sanctions to spur hostages' release
Europe can weather loss of Iran oil, EC man says
Third world asks more say in world monetary panel
Tendance
Militant Jews vandalize Arab towns
Refinishing shower rust spots is a puzzle
Central American bright spot
East Germans busy 'rehabilitating' Luther for his 500th anniversary
To help control crime
Return to an island
Marxist tide ebbs in southern Africa
Thanks' to helpful readers
US and Iran agree on indirect contact
The bear made them do it
The lesson of Zimbabwe
Afghan quagmire sucking in more Soviet troops
Hot-water economy; gasoline mileage
Viva volunteers!
Reagan and the Mondale turkey
Twin's Castino mans tough third-base barrier
Money costs prompt a battle of the futures
OLYMPICS; The anthemless option
Ultimate meltdown
Michigan to test Kennedy thesis
Courting foreign automakers to 'build American'
Cuba's refugee 'Dunkirk': Castro hopes it will embarrass the US
British film on Saudi royalty kicks up political sandstorm
Iranian troops and Kurds continue battle in west
South Yemen's leadership shift may shake Arab Peninsula balance
Honduras election is bright spot amid Central American unrest
Boat people pillaged by pirate 'fishermen'
Suit seeks to halt Olympic ban
Abortive ablatives
Care and feeding of signs of spring -- a green lawn
'Poison gas' weapons stockpiling urged on US
Halting marathon mix-ups More on college basketball
BASEBALL; Horner refuses demotion
Easy deflectors
French downplay Gromyko visit to keep lines open to US
Home expansion may require an architect
'Power sharing' soothes religious rivalries
Puerte Rican terrorist network worries US lawmen
Why Reagan is getting Capitol Hill endorsements
Exterior insulation for cathedral ceiling
Rosie Ruiz says she'd take a marathon lie test
Anderson takes the plunge -- but leaves on life jacket
Lightning rods still serve a purpose
Europe's rush into America's Mideast vacuum
Efficiency experts size up the backyard garden
Tire company cuts back as auto sales slump
Replacing welfare with jobs: most people want it, but
One way to keep mildew in check