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Monitor Archive for March 3, 1986
Energy saving still matters
ICE CUTTING. The day that ice cubes were born
Mayor's killing challenges Peres
Cable television takes bleak look at African ecosystem
Principals share views on what reform has meant for them locally
Fortaleza's untraditional mayor. Liberal woman reflects Brazil's changing times
Shcharansky and the campaign to free Soviet Jewry
Capital echoes with first whack from Gramm-Rudman. Still to come: high court ruling, `summit' on budget
Mubarak's credibility on the line. Egyptian leader is praised for handling of police riots, but observers wonder how much more he can withstand
Faithful friends, secret places
Romania keeps tight rein on religion. Christians `must remain vigilant'
The `Vital Gesture' of painter Franz Kline
ICE CUTTING. Refrigeration the natural way
Latest airline merger gives TWA a stronger regional footing
Kunin governs Vermont in style cool as the Green Mountains. State's first woman governor uses consensus-building technique but holds fast to `inner...
Freeze Frames--A weekly update of film releases
London overhauling its financial bastion with mergers, plans for world trading hub
Don't wait until the steering wheel shakes to get new shocks
Texas throws 150-year birthday party. But in midst of celebration, Texans uncertain about the future
Dance minimalist soars, and sinks
How long is `no time'?
A poet who taught many what they know about poetry
Philippines' partners in ASEAN relieved over Marcos-to-Aquino transition
Oil and interest rates point to fresh oomph for an aging expansion
N.Y.C.'s Koch outlines reforms as scandal unfolds
Traffic safety in Europe
Packard panel's Pentagon reform plan. Group seeks tighter chain of command, two-year budgets
Palme murder leads Sweden to reassess society. Tradition of openness that leader exemplified is questioned
Wall Streeters expect the rally to defy gravity awhile longer
Canadian climber plans assault on Mt. Everest this summer
Masri was intent on improving lives. The following interview was conducted two weeks before Zafer Masri's assassination Sunday.
Lugar urges US to apply Philippine lessons in Nicaragua. But `contra' aid needed to pressure Sandinistas
More time for the New Man
How Gramm-Rudman hits some programs