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Monitor Archive for January 8, 1981
A crow's nest view of yachting
Composers -- at last -- are using today's new musical language
A dull start to the new year -- but there are exceptions!
short takes (3)
short takes (1)
short takes (2)
Baltimore awakens to a municipal renaissance
High-tech stocks: market analyst tells why he's bullish on them
Executive hopes rise
Japan's latest: adult education via department store
Recipes for drinks with cider
Belgian waffles, frites, chocolates, cuisine -- all are super
Hot dogs, fried chicken, pastrami appeal to visiting chef
Try a new cookbook in 1980
Here's to the ladies who lunch
Black Hole Define?
Here's to the ladies who lunch and to the lady who didn't exist
Illinois congresswoman brings her frugal style to Washington
Reports on women's progress specify needs, stimulate action
What is the motive?
Keeping blots off Zimbabwe's record
If President Carter were to speak to Congress after all
The cry of small business
Saturdays, rural protest heat up Polish labor front
Begin seeks to persuade pair to stay in Cabinet
UAW, Chrysler reopen talks for new contract
US free-lance journalist missing in El Salvador
Vietnam war protestor gets 9 months in prison
Order to deport Vesco is served by Bahamas
US clergymen give Israel plea for Palestinian rights
1980 car sales sagged, but Chrysler ended strong
Commercial jet on way from Peking to New York
US and AT&T discussing out-of-court settlement
No criminal prosecution of Clark over Iran trip
Libyan hold in Chad assessed by Paris
Is the art of diplomacy modest or macho?
When poor relations strike oil
For a new push on civil rights
Pro basketball at midseason: fans fewer and so are lustrous rookies
Super Bowl match-ups: the suspense has only started
'The Little Prince' takes a flier on Wall Street -- as well as Broadway
Iran feuds over hostages as 'Reagan deadline' nears
California budget mashed by Prop. 13 and inflation surge
Reagan Cabinet style: the pragmatic tories
Carter White House: no easy budget cuts left '81 for Reagan
Watt at Interior: Good or bad for environment?
Thailand becoming pivot in SE Asian power struggle
China's Chairman Hua won't say goodbye
Petrels wash up on Scandinavian coast from North sea oil sludge
Trudeau globe-trots, Canada fumes
Outlook 'poor' for talks on Namibia
Chairman of Britain's BL automaker scores major victory over unions
Weinberger (Defense) sails through confirmation hearing unscathed
Treasury choice admits a whole new approach to taxes
Growers are pleased with likely direction of USDA under a 'real' farmer
Tibetans adopt wait-and-see stance on Chinese reforms
Baker: Texan changed 'horses'
Towing airplanes: Will it save fuel?
Israel and Egypt try to head off 'Jordanian option'
Major Haddad, militia leader in south Lebanon, eyes larger role
SUCCESS; Cambodia has been saved from a holocaust by one of the greatest international aid efforts in history
Pat Carroll; Gertrude Stein was never a bore
Robert Duvall: almost a star, definitely an actor
Is your newspaper out of date?
The realm military brass
Manhattan Theatre Club; A school for nice young plays
One nation indivisible; THE BURDEN BORNE BY BLACKS AND HIS PANICS
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