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Monitor Archive for May 7, 1980
Belgium: power to be reckoned with on the movie screen
Belgian's innovative art: a delightful surprise
The exuberant Broadway musical is springing back to life;
Black Broadway; Retrospective entertainment celebrating black performing and creative artists. Orchestrations and musical arrangements by Dick Hyman...
Hide and Seek; Melodrama by Lezley Havard. Directed by Melvin Bernhardt. Starring Elizabeth Ashley.
Boston Symphony: a strong season ahead
Flawed tale from Nobel laureate; The Twyborn Affair, by Patrick White. New York: Viking. $14.95.
A style from the past; The House of the Prophet, by Louis Auchincloss. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. $10.95.
Dumas -- the exploits without the heart; Alexandre Dumas: The King of Romance, by F. W. J. Hemmings. New York: Scribner's. $12.95.
Resort property values
Who said you can't fight inflation?
Auto stocks get a nod on market
US steel output declines
GM rates 23rd as a 'nation'
Cost of money slipping - but supply is too
'Sorry, luv -- try ringing up tomorrow'
Just between us
Resculpting nature's towers
The total picture
Times out of time
Define your dreams before re-entering the job market; Re-rentering: Successful Back-to-Work Strategies for Women Seeking a Fresh Start , by Eleanor...
Collectors scramble for top-quality antiques
Age isn't personal
America's open arms
Britain to the rescue
At last -- rules for toxic dumps
Bodies from rescue try are turned over to US
OPEC expected to agree on stabilizing prices
'Race track' for MX is scratched
Judge forestalls blocking oil import fee, 10 tax
Pentagon chief postpones trip to Middle East
Japanese firm to resume Iran chemicals project
German guerrilla suspects are arrested in France
Where extra food costs to consumers originate
'Refugee emergency' in Florida
Mechanics reject wage package, ground Ozark
Asian, Colored students returning in Johannesburg
El Salvador extends 'state of siege' 30 days
Search of Voyager photos reveals 15th Jupiter moon
NBC-TV: 'Johnny's here' at least three more years
Forty days in the Camp David wilderness
Pack your own life raft
Reagan has a plan
Me Tarzan: Where's 'tropical rain forest?'
The politics of technology -- and vice versa
Ozzie Smith: How much is a ubiquitous glove worth?
For frustrated Phillies this is 'next season'
Brezhnev pays respects to Tito -- and stirs new diplomatic speculation
Careful, that cash discount may not be a bargain!
Sinking Us dollar: what it means
'Dangerous' issue of Palestine could spur Europe's help
'Republican issues' worry Democrats seeking reelection
Strikes in Sweden's labor paradise
Bold rescue buoys London but Iran relations still cool
Cities use zoning, policing to clamp lid on pornography
Afghan violence spilling over into neighboring Pakistan?
People, not machines, key to US Navy's battle fitness
A country post office
What effect grain embargo? Soviet harvest will tell; $105 Bumper crops at home could allow Moscow to suffer little from US cutoff
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