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Monitor Archive for April 29, 1982

Perez de Cuellar's turn?
Polish tractor plant plows new Russian furrow as Western linkup fails
'Soldier Girls' is funny, informative; The most engaging current movie turns out to be a documentary; Film-dance collaboration
Portland, Ore., develops a role in Pacific shipping
Press club honors two Monitor correspondents
Twins count on 'Baby Bulls' for home run thrills now, success later
Children of the projects; Will Cabrini-Green's youth start a fire or light a candle?
Argentines, and junta, have second thoughts
Haig paves way for arms talks, seeks new look at US-Soviet ties
Honduran leftists hijack jet; 14 Americans aboard
The budget battle: politics may be eclipsing economics
'Soldier Girls' is funny, informative; The most engaging current movie turns out to be a documentary; '50s nostalgia again
Iranian accused of plot claims backing by Saudis
US seeks new aid for Guatemala
Critics say tax-free financing not for Big Macs
Pianist Andre Watts; TWO DAYS IN THE LIFE OF A VIRTUOSO
One down, four to go
EC official encourages Portugal on membership
Furnishings outlook
Meanwhile, coming Texas primary may reveal a new political landscape
Crime code: a sensible pause
'Soldier Girls' is funny, informative; The most engaging current movie turns out to be a documentary; Coppola and high tech
Minor but superb Dutch art - and a save-the-Calder-'Circus' campaign
UN vote: Israel not 'peace loving'
New British ultimatum
Jeremiad
Guatemala's junta off to a fast start, but will it last?
The Tennessee way
As expected, Patriots make Sims top choice; Pro football grabs spotlight with player draft, trades
Arms sales: top growth industry
If a mailman can't deliver, he whistles for a 'Nixie'
Rios Montt: family man, disciplinarian
Creeping censorship
At Le Soubise, a team venture with Lyliane in the kitchen
The flavors of early spring come from fresh herbs
When children go to work
Trial by lightning
Gary Hart: a Western liberal alternative for '84
West Coast dairies join forces to recover missing milk cases
'A jolly time at lunch' and other meals from the Wimsey stories
Nuclear waste -- some solutions to a sticky issue
Spain expels two officials of Soviet airline as spies
'Soldier Girls' is funny, informative; The most engaging current movie turns out to be a documentary
AFL-CIO: study proves jobless need more aid
US: few options, little time
Argentina admits 'contact' with Soviet ships
S. Korean interior chief quits over violent rampage
Canada ponders many plans for shipping Arctic fuel
Sunbelt economy: a real decline, or a temporary dip?
Bette Lord's tale of China: even Kissinger learned from it
Pierre Franey to cook at Radcliffe benefit
Tunisia to US: match arms aid with more investment
Khomeini's son says aide of his father will take over

The restorative power of divine law
My Walter Mitty marathon