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Monitor Archive for February 25, 1983


GUILIN; THE PREMIER SCENIC SPOT IN ALL OF CHINA

Why US Embassy in Portugal appears to favor Socialists
West Germany tallies options as election nears
Consumers cheer cheaper oil, but there are trade-offs
When will the PLO walk an extra mile?

Britain wrings hands over pound
What's in a name? Monopoly case puts trademark law in question
A word to those who doubt that God heals
The new Populists
Reagan's responsibility
Showdown in the OPEC corral
KHANIA; A SMALL TOWN IN CRETE THAT CURVES AROUND A LOVELY HARBOR
Adelman nomination sent to Senate, but . . .
Some analysts claim rapid defense buildup will not hurt economy
Traders on oil spot market have no time for Ping-Pong
Nuclear proliferation; Who's next to get the bomb?
Garden mulch tests produce some surprises as well as better yields
Youth groups to explore globe
Toto musical group wins seven Grammy awards
Black is electable

Chrysler reports '82 profit, firms's first in five years
Staging the brief and heroic career of a 'freedom fighter'; Hannah; Play with music and dance. Text by Israel Eliraz, music by Mark Kopytman. Choreo...
News for the traveler
World banks face new oil-price test


Who has the political edge -- challenger or incumbent?
Converting boiler ignition could save fuel
FLORENCE; VISIT PRIVATE PALAZZI IN THIS ENCHANTED CITY

IAEA: too few inspectors and too little money
O'Neill says jobs bill will pass House soon
Environmentalists win one, lose one in water battles in California

My mother
Dow beats 1,100 for first time

Mustard family relations; sweet Spanish onions
Snow use to worry
For ballet star Godunov, the US has been the perfect set change
Historic decisions near for Reagan, Begin, Hussein
East is East, West is West, and nonaligned is nonaligned again
BLOOMSBURY-BY-THE-SEA; VIRGINIA WOOLF'S SUSSEX HOME: DELIGHT IN DAILY LIFE
On protecting birds

Mediating environmental disputes: a mix of successes and failures
Home sellers -- and buyers -- spot a turnaround in '83
Taking scratches off glass
Looking ahead, Russell talks of pro basketball's playoffs
Painterly animus
Soviets step up oil sales to West Europe to keep profits high
Controlling heavy air traffic -- keep planes on ground or in the air?
Add another $30 billion to get real figure on defense spending

Israeli-backed Christians widen control in Lebanon
Consumer groups, mobile-home builders debate formaldehyde issue
Enclosure with greeting to a beloved friend
Exploring Florence on foot
Japanese-American internment -- 'a grave injustice'
Menachem Begin's free hand
Adding vapor barrier to existing home
AIRFARES TO EUROPE: THIS YEAR'S BARGAIN