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Monitor Archive for July 30, 1980
East Germany's women, Soviet men sink them all
Black leaders ask for talks with US attorney general
Ethiopia expels US ambassador
Cuban flotilla to US is back in business
Nonfiction -- briefly; The Tale Bearers, by V. S. Pritchett. New York: Random House. $10.
Foes of school prayers rap new move in House
Soviets lay groundwork for bigger Afghan buildup
A different picture of Britain
South African white church suffers crisis of conscience on race
Billy Carter probe: 'a dark cloud'
Leftists in Guatemala attack military outpost
Family activity centers in 'extended kitchen'
Is Iran nearing point where revolution is spent?
House committee keeps gasoline-rationing bill alive
Women free-lance musicians harmonize work, family
Spanish government tries to cope with dramatic rise in terrorism
Marlboro: one of the special places on the musical earth
Jubilation -- now
Nonfiction -- briefly; The School Book, by Anne Bernays.New York: Harper & Row. $10.95.
Pentagon plans billions for building Gulf defenses
Arabs' boosts for Israel's friends
QUEBEC TURNS WATER INTO GOLD
The unscheduled Olympic events
Soviets bar top physicist from parley in Wisconsin
9 million flowers and a new airport: but will Olympics change Moscow?
Sparky Anderson expounds on super pay, Yankees, Tiger hopes
Nantucket's winds may help US cut electric bills
Airlines soar; profits plunge
Skip 'political' tax cut, AFL-CIO president urges
Playing Simple Simon in the Caribbean
When winds blow, they also influence time
Jogging into a hornet's nest
In quest for equality, poor women seem to slip
Between the Mountain and the Mountain
Nonfiction -- briefly; A Day Late, by Carolyn Doty. New York: Viking. $10.95.
Oil firms have cash to explore, but they need places to spend it
Terrorism becomes fact of life for Europe's democracies
Dump Carter try: all smoke, no fire? President has votes to win any convention floor fight; opponent lack alternative candidate to rally round
Wide-ranging new monetary law sets off talk of 'hyperinflation'
Nonfiction -- briefly; The Life of D. H. Lawrence, by Keith Sagar. New york: Pantheon. $17.95.
New Hebrides takes route of shaky independence
NY hotels unroll convention carpet,
Iranians go out of their way to avoid provoking the Soviet bear
How scientists figure the age of the universe
UN gives Israel a date for Arab lands pullout
Serenely mirrored in calm water, hot-air balloons lift into New England sky
Democracy and elections
Illinois attorney general gets a one-year sentence
Registration goes smoothly! Surprise?
Alberta salting away oil profits as a cushion
Fiction -- briefly; A German Love Story, by Rolf Hochhuth. Translated by John Brownjohn. Boston: Little, Brown. $10.95.
Grasso, a Carter backer, urges delegate release
Safety extra important with mopeds and their cousins
Which way does the insulation go?
Carter strategists aim to stem defections in New York
Wood-burning stoves once fueled autos
Sakharov uses Olympic spotlight to condemn Soviets' Afghan invasion
For grace of having met
Peru -- by the will of the people