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Monitor Archive for April 9, 1985
York Theatre uncorks a charming, intimate production of `The Baker's Wife'
To Tahiti, to paint
Ask the gardeners
Succession for the Sudan
Soviet arms offer seen as political prelude to talks. Gorbachev move called prompt -- and predictable
Computerese for beginners
The artists of St. Ives. Fashioning art out of 20th-century ambiguity
`Are we having fun yet?'
Bush limelight outshines presidential hopeful Kemp
`If you see a jack rabbit carryin' a canteen . . .'
US-Sudanese relations remain on track. Coup may have upstaged Libyan subversion, buying time for reform
`True BASIC' may be solution to computer Babel
Travel notes, spring 1985
The green grass of -- New York City
US officials probe Alabama counties for voting-rights violations. Political power struggle prompts charges by blacks against blacks
Ottawa: the beauty of a late-blooming capital
Britain's foreign secretary tries to bridge East-West divide. Sir Geoffrey's East European trip confirms UK's interest in Ostpolitik
Distortion in science reporting: Careless media, manipulative public relations ploys are to blame
Business highlights. Chemical Bank to buy out failed Home State
South Africa's black police: focus of black civilian hostility. Called on to enforce the law, they encounter threats, violence, in a job where oppor...
Gorbachev seen as playing to European public opinion. Missile freeze coincides with US and Dutch visits
Western culture `Whams' into China with rock-and-roll, films, and discos
Baseball expansion candidates line up; pitcher-catcher huddles. Gwynn prefers No. 2 spot in lineup; Thon's return; Altobelli and autos
Co-inventor of computer code gets back to BASIC
Pickens lights fire for a new takeover try. Unocal, 12th-largest oil company in US, is prepared to resist offer
CBS frowning at suitors, but it may need a `knight'
Paper and protein from a poplar
Charles Darwin in Tahiti
Sudan, faced with internal woes, likely to remain pro-US