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Monitor Archive for August 25, 1982
Treasury bill yields slip to lowest rate in 2 years
De Beers cuts dividend, showing lag in diamonds
Connecticut's Stratford offers a riveting 'Hamlet'; Hamlet Tragedy by William Shakespeare. Starring Christopher Walken, Roy Dotrice, Anne Baxter, Fr...
Can Lebanese militias bury grudges and cooperate?
Austrian, assailing Israel, ends Mideast peace effort
Explosives and spies in Sweden -- a new twist to British intelligence in WWII
PLO evacuation solves one problem in Lebanon . . . but creates another
Poppy seeds popular in a moist cake
California raisin growers say European farm subsidies dry up sales
Inflation cools in July; even lower rates predicted
President's faltering Caribbean initiative
Mexico's crisis: a question of corruption, confidence, and cash
Tips or instant grooming on a trip
Moscow launches PR blitz for its spacewoman
Why the big money pros decided to buy stocks again
Argentine economy chief gives up Cabinet post
Easing US, allies back from the brink
Hurrah for high interest
Commemoration Day fireworks
Wanted: 170 short galley slaves -- and a flutist
Great Bear Foundation tries to polish a grizzly image
Mrs. Savitskaya in space
Veteran analyst rates Reagan on four 'batting averages'
The convenience of food in tubes
Kissinger sets up firm for global consulting
Quemoy: tiny outpost of Taiwan still keeps ready vigil on mainland
S. Africa starts with preschools to upgrade black education
While Cameroon frets over image, nation's newsmen want freer press
Around the majors, briefly
Kuhn's situation; Reggie report
Preserving and pickling the best of summer's produce
Gemayel's Lebanon -- restored unity or a partitioned puppet state?
Japanese computer chip reported to be ultra-fast
On film: '20s actress and '80s critic; Sayre recaptures '50s; Running Time: Films of the Cold War, by Nora Sayre. New York: The Dial Press. 246 pp....
It's up to you
US automobile industry -- time for a U-turn?
Reports differ on fighting in the hills east of Beirut
Lebanon's new leader
UAW chief wants wage-and-price curbs
China says drive to limit family size is faltering
How about old coppers to jingle in your portfolio?
Emerson's candid views of himself; Emerson in His Journals, selected and edited by Joel Porte. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press. 544 pp. $...
Chicago couple redecorates their sky-view apartment
French try to cope with new wave of domestic terrorism
India's milk revolution
Still the heart of the matter
Disappointing 007 plus good reads; For Special Services, by John Gardner. New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan. 298 pp. $9.95. The Amindra Gamble, b...
New Zealand tries wage-price freeze
Brewers look secure; Cubs anything but
Afghan guerrillas attack rally of regime officials
Tibetan exiles pass up Soviet offer of arms aid
Art education needs -- and deserves -- a big boost
Checking in with the Cubs
News for doll collectors
Gandhi backs Mauritius in Indian Ocean claim
On film: '20s actress and '80s critic; Brooks recalls career; Lulu in Hollywood, by Louise Brooks. Introduction by William Shawn. New York: Alfred A...
The widow at Nain, afterward
Polish ban on newsman may prompt US retaliation
The budget: $400 billion still to go
Italian union nominates Walesa for Nobel prize
No-cook jams keep fresh berry taste
Every hour can be happy!