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Monitor Archive for May 9, 1980
How a hot-water heat system is designed
More fingers on the trigger
Youth and jobs head NAACP agenda in '80s
Muskie to meet Gromyko in Vienna
New problems hint trumpeter 'swan' song
AMC chairman foresees US small car resurgence
The new Soviet challenge
Can we leave house minus heat in winter?
Getting at grout grease
A Compound for grout
Ford initiates rebates to boost lagging sales
Protecting crime probe witnesses
Ways to clean up fireplace stonework
Fate of an Arabian princess: a 'docu-drama'
Carter worries about 'liberal' tilt to platform
Kennedy, Bush now look for post-primary turnarounds
Pope calls for more political rights in Africa
Solving those pesky rainwater problems
Ousting of Arab mayors was blow for Palestine talks
Saving water for dry-land gardens
South Koreans face uphill struggle for democracy
Unanimous agreement on prices eludes OPEC
Japan proposes package to import US-made cars
A setback in New England
Divided Afghan tribesmen pull together to oust Soviets
Big desert's fate stirs hot debate in Golden State
Free passes for dyed-in-the wool (and wet) soccer fans
Q&A: what's behind deluge of Cubans coming to US
Citizen-labor group mobilizes against US budget cuts
Feeding my fires
Paintlike coating may seal leaking metal roof
BASEBALL; Jenkins joins exclusive circle
A call for US to 'rearm'
Carter trip to Belgrade? Yugoslavia mum so far
Lawns and gardens grateful for a little help from fertilizers
Proving the delight of French opera revivals -- again
Carter eulogy for rescue victims
Aquifers: nature's ready underground energy storehouses
Plans like deer tracks
No excuse is good enough
OLYMPICS; Western Europe's viewpoint
US space effort: 1981 will be the 'last picture show'
Quebec independence drive gathers speed
Dr. J. is big trouble for the Lakers
'Rescue' probes limited while hostages are held
Can US win small car war with Japan?
Revenge is not the solution
Turn off the spotlight on Iran
Will lotteries fill federal-state funding gap for the arts?
China appears on verge of first ICBM launching
How New England hopes to avoid the '80 recession
With proper care, roses have a lot 'to say'
Why PLO helped return bodies: it seeks better US image
Cuba's economic report card: 'F'
More kids will troop to day camps this summer
Achtung, my friends, off-limits reading!
India pleased with plans by US to sell it uranium
Detecting the damage of receding economic flood waters
Carter to campaign 'live' beginning in Ohio May 29