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Monitor Archive for September 15, 1982

Sound of the '50s: Japan jumps to jazz
A new gift catalog -- for giving nice things to your town
An art of utmost purity
Bank safekeeping really is safe
Have a good day
Lebanon President-elect injured in bomb blast
Congress pens 'Made in US' labels
Polish protest dispersed; minister ends USSR visit
American Jews must speak out
Stop a race in space arms -- before it gets off the ground
Zero-coupon bonds offer savers a new way to feather the nest
An Apple Betty for young cooks to make
Marcos leaves for US visit amid flurry of protests
Gas pipeline: Soviets hint it'll be hard
Moscow vexed over US Mideast plan
Chad's Habre wins chance to build peace as last rival flees to exile
Anti-abortion law loses another round in Senate
How to choose records that let you hear the true Franz Lehar
Weaver's winning ways; Ozzie on AstroTurf
Israel critical of Vatican over Arafat visit with Pope
Candidates across US find it costs more than ever to run for governor
Saving soils can be costly, but neglect would ensure disaster
Minks on the loose, raise havoc in Britain
Captivated by Italy; Italy, the Fatal Gift, by William Murray. New York: Dodd, Mead. 256 pp. $14. 95.
Mafia challenges Italy
World scientists' call for arms control now
NBC says Soviets knew of plan to slay Pope
Boston neighbors get together to ease racial tensions
Turning silicon chips into gold; The New Alchemists, by Dirk Hanson. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. 364 pp. $15.95.
I sing the beast
Hussein praises US peace plan
Gallery of imported food boutiques at New York store
As War on Poverty cools, question remains: How successful was it?
Furniture for home computers
Your bank may soon be as near as your home computer
How a song can begin
How to produce more with less
Falklands: guns silent but sticky issues linger
King James I's translators; The King James Bible Translators, by Olga S. Opfell. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co. (Box 611, 28640). 179 pp. $15.95.
China's Communisit Party to keep control of military
Moscow will still be watched
CBS Cable exit jolts art world
For a better jobs bill
What shapes intellect?
Europe, US put out feelers on pipeline compromise
Enjoyable memoirs of a happy cook; A Feast Made for Laughter, by Craig Claiborne. New York: Doubleday. $17.95.
A reporter looks back on Truman, Eisenhower, and political press coverage
Cookbooks on soups, tomatoes, preserving
Yosemite