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Monitor Archive for October 29, 1980
Discovering a world of galleries -- in one building
Turn-of-the-century musical gems and some grimmer concerns; Tin Types Turn-of-the-century musical conceived by Mary Kyte, Mel Marvin, and Gary Pearl...
The Sixteenth Round Drama by Samm-Art Williams. Directed by Horacena J. Taylor.
Bonjour, la, Bonjour Play by Michel Tremblay. Directed by Steven Robman.
Lively, momorable look at LBJ through the eyes of those who knew him; Lyndon, An Oral Biography, by Merle Miller. New york: Putnam. $17.95.
New George Bush biography: a few answers, a lot of questions; George Bush: A Biography, by Nicholas King. New York: Dodd Mead. $17.95
The first glimpse inside the SALT talks; Doubletalk, by Gerard C. Smith. New York: Doubleday & Co. $17.95.
Investments keyed to personal situation
A gift with strings
No reverse annuity mortgage for car
Controlling one's estate
A market analyst sizes up effects of Nov. 4 outcome
Higher oil prices push up coal consumption
Automakers expect to turn corner
How to save the whole world -- not just its whales
City lights, Country stars
The painting of wonders
The voice of spring
Partners weave their way to success
Guidance for women on how to succeed in business -- by really trying
Vote the freedom vote!
Don't let Helsinki sink
South Korea tries again
Taking a tip from a bleak oil report
Khomeini stands aside from debate on hostages
Polish premier sends stand-in to unionists
Saudis cut ties with Libya over radar plane criticism
Saturn moons: now there are 15
300 boat people rescued in Pacific by US Navy ship
An editor says Billy Carter got undisclosed $50,000
Garwood desertion trial scheduled for Nov. 6
Turkey detains thousands in drive against extremism
Many incumbents ousted by voters in Tanzania
Wind power: Breaking through the cost barrier
Venus provides a clue in the mystery of earth's weather
Houk goes to Boston to rebuild a flagging Red Sox club
Jamaica's 'most important' election
Afghans face hard winter of survival as Russians dig in
'Palmdale bulge': new study turns geological 'mountain' into molehill
Jordan's King widens his support for Iraq
Why Iraq's game plan in war with Iran went awry
Big Jewish vote in New York could be key factor in defeating Carter
Evangelicals may not fall into ranks behind 'New Right'
Reagan camp on Persian Gulf policy: Carter can't back up commitment
How British view US election: both Carter, Reagan are unpredictable
Phone company rate change for '800' numbers called 'out of order'
Vietnam drives wider wedge between China and Southeast Asian states
Anderson campaign loses NE grip
THE CANDIDATES ON THE ISSUES: #4 ENERGY; ANDERSON
THE CANDIDATES ON THE ISSUES: #4 ENERGY; CARTER
THE CANDIDATES ON THE ISSUES: #4 ENERGY; REAGAN
Wood burner from Mexico saves on hot water in Maine
Charcoal autos: still not most efficient
Solar cover keeps swimming pool warm
Who's building windmill generators?
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