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Monitor Archive for October 13, 1982
Broadway's 'Cats' is a show to make audiences purr; Cats.Musical extravaganza with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, based on ''Old Possum's Book of Pra...
Passing the true Shostakovich sound from father to son
A non-NASA Mars landing ahead? Mission to Mars: Plans and Concepts for the First Manned Landing, by James Edward Oberg. Harrisburg, Pa.: Stackpole B...
TV's Woodruff and Savitch in print; This is Judy Woodruff at the White House, by Judy Woodruff with Kathleen Maxa. Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley. 2...
Since 'Silent Spring,' meager gains; America the Poisoned, by Lewis Regenstein. Washington, D.C.: Acropolis Books Ltd. 375 pp. $16.95.
Coward diary bows to mixed review; The Noel Coward Diaries, edited by Graham Payn and Sheridan Morley. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. 698 pp. $22.50.
California's high court gets a dunking in politics
Fragrant, golden zwieback comes from Russian Mennonite kitchens
Squash and apples combine in a fall casserole
For a taste of Grenada, try nutmeg cake and callaloo soup
Eggplant, tomato in a simple gratin dish
Restoring and preserving: the poetry of Kenneth Rexroth
The Monitor's View: Quote
What does God know?
Progress in Indonesia
Progress in Indonesia but questions on East Timor
Uniting to sell abroad
In short (2)
In short (3)
In short (1)
Pressure builds in India to calm protest by Sikhs
Acid in eye drops found in Colorado
West German advisers rap new economic plan
Democrats ask equal time if TV carries Reagan talk
Cuba turns trade tables by buying outside sugar
Louisianans returning home after rail incident
Suspect in 1980 bombing in custody back in Italy
Uganda denies uprooting of a large ethnic group
Polish shipyard workers adamant
2 all-white schools fight tax case
For a permanent UN police force
Or else the Alliance will rupture
US-USSR cultural exchanges -- who wins?
More than one success formula for Series managers
Defending champion Lakers could be even better with rookie Worthy
Business suits with a personal touch
Iran's economy: tenacious but tenuous after revolution
Ousted GOP chairman Richards speaks his mind
Americans' savings -- not so skimpy after all?
Turned down for a credit card? You may need to shed some plastic
Japan's new nationalism
Britain in a flap as conservationists go to bat for . . . the common bat
Wall Street pauses to ask, How high?
Making a high school graduate someone you'd want to hire
Suzuki resigns, Japan searches
Britain's 'Iron Lady' displays her mettle
Labor digs in its heels at Caterpillar, Chrysler
S. African clergy uneasily approaches race decision
'Liberal' church rejects plea to lend space to urban nonwhites
Don't overspend on neckties, says expert
Lebanon's Palestinians struggle to cope
Portland, Maine: coming of age at 350
Can preserving the planet also help feed the poor?
How should government help farmers conserve soil?
Mideast jigsaw: Arafat and Hussein try to puzzle out joint response to Reagan
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