May 29, 1989

ATLANTIC CHILL 1415
CANADA

ATLANTIC CHILL

DECLINING FISH STOCKS COMBINE WITH BUDGET CUTS TO BATTER THE COUNTRY’S POOREST REGION
THUNDER OUT OF CHINA 2829
COVER

THUNDER OUT OF CHINA

MASSIVE PROTESTS ECLIPSE THE SINO-SOVIET SUMMIT AND LEAD TO MARTIAL LAW
Jésus of Cannes 5455
FILMS

Jésus of Cannes

A Canadian wins converts on the Riviera
A young driver humbles the car 5051
ANOTHER VIEW

A young driver humbles the car

A seven-year-old boy who hops into the family Buick and drives himself to school tells us a lot about our relationship with the car
THE SCREEN WARS 4041
BUSINESS

THE SCREEN WARS

FAMOUS PLAYERS WILL UNVEIL A FLASHY NEW THEATRE IN ITS BATTLE WITH CINEPLEX ODEON
RESTIVE REPUBLICS 2223
WORLD

RESTIVE REPUBLICS

THE BALTIC STATES CHALLENGE MOSCOW BY VOTING FOR MORE ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL INDEPENDENCE
LETTERS 45
LETTERS

LETTERS

Regarding “A questionable affair” (People, May 8), I am getting fed up with turning to your People section and seeing beautiful, partially or loosely clad women sensually posing for your fantasizing male readership. Give yourselves credit for drawing an intelligent, fantasizing female audience and give equal time to pictures of good-looking men.
A baron who was larger than life 4445
BUSINESS WATCH

A baron who was larger than life

E. P. Taylor stood out in the struggle between the haves and the havenots as the epitome of riches gained and power wielded
Battling crime through the banks 1213
COLUMN

Battling crime through the banks

The U.S. government, including the CIA, is pressuring world financial houses to clamp down on illegal deposits
OPENING NOTES 1011

OPENING NOTES

Don Getty considers his options, Michael Dukakis pinches pennies, and Mikhail Gorbachev tells all
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