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Monitor Archive for January 9, 1981
The hostages: international law to the rescue?
Railroads innovate to speed export grain to Pacific ports
GOLF; Get back on your feet
Iran's big military push may be cover-up
Prayer that heals
Peanut imports urged to ease US shortage
USAF study lists measures to beef up safety of Titan IIs
Cactus theft a prickly problem
Showdown nears on pledge to ease Polish censorship
Egypt plans to tap Mediterranean for desert lake
Anti-Semitic upsurge reported
Making an art of filling a niche
A tradition to be preserved
Donovan: tough man 'neath a mild manner
Reagan foreign policy gets off to fast start
Soviet interpreter defects from troop-reduction talks
US leaders at all levels seek ways to stop crime surge
Former CIA spy for KGB gets 18 years in prison
Wall Street whirligig
Pop TV at its best -- set in London under the blitz
Another crime study, anyone?
Hard questions -- easy answers
On sinks and silence
Japan considers a damper on giddy auto expansion
Gush Emunim on the rise in Israeli politics
Pittsburgh scraps wrecking-ball approach to renovation
It's good to know how an ivy twines
TENNIS; Tournaments in Limbo
US relays a 'last' hostage note
Guerrillas in El Salvador broadcast 'uprising' call
Japan to fund 5 centers for Asian development
3 girls skip school in Louisiana dispute
Qaddafi plan for Chad merger sparks alarm in Europe, Africa
US, Mexico: Will the friendship last?
'Pied Pipers' call the tune on Wall Street
US legislators in Far East for talks on Soviet buildup
A green garden gets a winter start from vegetable 'leftovers'
Summer baseball for Florida?
Soviets reported hopeful for talks on Afghan status
W. Germany packs up for Antarctica
One nation indivisible; 'THE LAST, BEST HOPE OF EARTH.'
International Red Cross barred from Afghanistan
Namibian peace: give Geneva a chance
Sadat letter to PLO chief seen as attempt to mend links with Arabs
Copyrighting the intangible in computers
Officials begin to focus on remaining unsponsored Cuban refugees