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Monitor Archive for May 18, 1983
Iran shows signs of softening some of its suspicions of outside world
Simpler is better with spring peas
Studying abroad: another field where East, West compete
US patrons of the arts win White House praise
California oil plants get cracking for big switch to heavy crude
Two mushroom recipes from an English writer
Gilder, Will, and welfare
Creating comfort and coziness in large interiors
Timex expands hot-selling home computer line
Pre-Williamsburg, France asks West Germany for help
Adjustable-rate mortgages tack on interest-rate appeal
Ruckelshaus wins Senate confirmation
US looks to moderate Arabs to promote Lebanon pact
Woman ump on the way; Willie's feat. Pam Postema shows promise calling balls , strikes in minors; Wilson collects rare homers
Finding antiques through computerized service
Planners and prophets
Biography promises much -- but raises doubts; Marie: A True Story, by Peter Maas. New York: Random House. 417 pp. $16.95.
Iran may have arranged bombing of US Embassy
America's one-term White House
High court renews its plea for lighter caseload
Former Polish insider warns US to take Soviet threat seriously
Arms control talks reopen: Is this make-or-break session?
The Fraser example
ALSO OF NOTE IN THE USSR
Gems from the 'odds and ends' of a concert schedule
Why British voters may lean right on June 9
Who should control US nuclear weapons in Britain?
CB radio: rebel of the '70s expands role in public-service work
For California schools, the budget crunch intensifies
UN Council nears resolve affirming Nicaragua rights
A Newport celebration of outdoor cooking
Cubans say Castro blocked Solidarity-style union
Stirrings in Iran
Rising up to meet the sky
Karamazov Brothers: flying objects and flying gags; The Flying Karamazov Brothers. Sometimes described as ''juggling and cheap theatrics.''
S. Africa blocks squatters with tear gas, barbed wire
Arafat struggles to control PLO
Lectures challenge conservatives; Statecraft as Soulcraft, by George F. Will. New York: Simon & Schuster. 192 pp.
China's 'religious freedom' has limits which preclude foreign church links
Peacekeeper or Phoenix?; Washington pendulum swings back to favor the MX
Afghanistan may have 6,000 more Soviet troops
Majority of Cuban refugees work hard to get ahead, contradict bad image
European car radio tunes itself in to traffic reports
NASA to add 12 fliers for space shuttle work
Linking the arts and human needs
RKO remembered; The RKO Story, by Richard B. Jewell, with Vernon Harbin. New York: Arlington House. 320 pp. $35.
Barrage of issues, at home and abroad, confronts President
Kamman will teach cooking classes in US
Is 21 percent really necessary?
Intrigue from WW II Europe to China; DeWitt's War, by Hans Koning. New York: Pantheon Books. 251 pp. $12.95.
Chicago faction wins ruling
EC officials hope farmers will favor new price plan
Full swing requires a full follow-through