NEWSWEEK April 9 1973 4/9/73 MEAT EGYPT POWs GLASS ART
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ISSUE DATE: April 9 1973; Vol. LXXXI., No. 15, 4/9/73
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TOP OF THE WEEK:
THE COVER: The Great Meat Furor: Veal cutlets had soared to $6.50 apound at some shops and the lowly hotdog had passed the $1-a-pound mark.With consumer boycott movements andCongressional criticism spreading, theNixon Administration made another sudden and dramatic turnabout in economicpolicy. The President Imposed an indefinite ceiling on the wholesale and retailprices of beef, lamb and pork--a stepthat the Administration had sworn asrecently as three weeks ago it never wouldtake. The move left nobody happy andalmost everyone confused. The meat boycotters vowed to press on this week.With files from Tom Joyce and RichThomas in Washington and from otherNewsweek correspondents across theU.S., General Editor Tom Nicholson analyzes the situation. (Newsweek cover photo by Lawrence Fried, photographedat Lobel Bros. Meats.)
A SABER RATTLES IN CAIRO: EGYPT is girding for a "resumption ofthe battle." in an exclusive Interview inCairo last week, Egypt's President AnwarSadat told Newsweek Senior Editor Arnaud de Borchgrave that he had settledon a policy of "total confrontation" withIsrael. De Borchgrave reports several hither-to untold tales of aborted Egyptianmilitary plans that suggest Sadat's saberrattling may not be all bluff. The story isaccompanied by the text of de Borchgrave's interview with the Egyptian leader--his fifth in two years.
POW'S: THE SECRET AGONY: As the last American POW's left Hanoilast week, their comrades already back inthe U.S. broke a self-imposed silence tocharge that their Communist captorshad subjected them to a chilling ordealby torture. The POW's described sadistictreatment as ingenious as It was inhumane. With files from correspondentsThomas DeFrank, William J. Cook andothers, Associate Editor Tom Mathewswrote the story.
THE GLASS MENAGERIE: One kind of modern art that's easy tosee through is fine glass. Our no-depositage of bottles and jars had shoved thisformerly high craft to the sidelines. Nowsomething of a renaissance is under wayin American glass art. Associate EditorS.K. Oberbeok describes a shimmeringnew show, "American Glass Now," thathas begun a coast-to-coast tour.
OLD MASTERS: Two masters of the arts died last week.Sir Noel Coward and Edward Steichenwere both colorful personalities, masterlyartists and huge popular successes, andsuperbly disciplined craftsmen. GeneralEditor Walter CIemons writes on actor-playwright-composer Coward, the epitome of sophisticated hedonism (page117), and Senior Editor Russell Watsonanalyzes the career of Steichen (page72), whose camera became a glitteringtheater for the faces and styles of an era.
THE CABLE BLUES: The airwaves these clays are alive withthe sound of sex. Free-swinging call-intalk shows on radio have offended manylisteners, and the FCC promised last weekto stop it. But Media editor Harry F. Waters reports a potentially larger censorship issue is now posed by the appearance of blue movies and free-formnudity on cable television.
Mr. Nixon faces the nation.
The meat-price furor (the cover).
Watergate: the birds are singing.
Who Is James W. McCord Jr.?.
The POW tales of horror.
A CIA man's version of the ITT-Chile case.
The first veto.
Egypt's Sadat threatens to fight.
An interview with the Egyptian leader.
President Thieu comes to the U.S.
A talk with Vietnam's mercurial Ky.
The hunt for the missing Gl's.
The cave city of the Pathet Lao.
The Philippines: a reporter visits thewar zone.
Ambassador Moynihan: man with clout.
The Irish Navy's big haul.
China's man in Washington.
SPORTS: UCLA's amazing Bill Walton, college basketball superstar; The "designated hitter" experiment.
MEDICINE: Getting away from the kidney machine; Blood clots and heart attacks; East Africa's flying doctors.
LIFE AND LEISURE: The woes of the Vietnamese war brides.
THE MEDIA: Sex on the airwaves.
EDUCATION: The occult craze on the campus; General Motors' university.
THE CITIES: Berkeley: challenge to the radicals.
BUSINESS AND FINANCE:
The big postal snafu.
The no-strike steel agreement.
Solving the Northeast railroad crisis.
Saving the Waterman pen company.
My Turn: Donald Reeves.
Paul A. Samuelson.
ART: Edward Steichen, 1879-1973.
The American glass renaissance.
The Whitney's Winslow Homer show.
Bury My Oscar at Wounded Knee.
"Godspell": more Jesus set to music.
A musical "Tom Sawyer".
Ross Russell's life of Charlie Parker.
Sophy Burnham's "The Art Crowd".
John Leonard's "This Pen for Hire".
Noel Coward: hail and farewell. A Talent to Amuse: Sir Noel Coward dies last week at 72, article with photos.
Pirandello's "Henry IV".
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