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Monitor Archive for October 8, 1981

Young begins runoff fight for Atlanta mayor's chair
Northern Ireland prison reforms get a mixed review
Football laurels: move over, Herschel . . . look closer, announcer
True and false law
Flavorful fish needs just a brief of cooking time
Backing the Eximbank
Cooking vegetables in the Italian manner
Business takes steps to stop the alcoholism drain

Soviet legal clinics -- dissidents need not apply
Magazine provides network for artists, craftspeople
In South Korea change comes full circle
Senate AWACS stand shifting?
Jimmy Carter could help Reagan Sway Senate on AWACS decision

Downing of AWACS sale by House panel: no surprise
Nonaligned?


AFrica explores ways to care for elderly as 'extended family' shrinks
Rich lode of copper found by sub off South America
High ideals
Sadat assassins: just a few soldiers, or part of larger group?
A writer on horseback?
Worldwide council fosters fellowship among craftsmen
Angola says South Africa trying to recapture towns
US milk-support cutback awaits Senate, Reagan
Michael Apted's 'Continental Divide'; Comedy from a 'refreshingly positive' director
Nigeria's oil reserves aren't much comfort during glut; Black Africa's economic giant freezes hiring, slashes spending
$2 cut in oil by Iraq brings OPEC pricing unity nearer
Maestro Boulez; BREAKING THE MODERN SOUNDS BARRIER
Israel hopes Mubarak will keep peace process rolling
Republicans hunt challenge for Kennedy seat
People who write the lyrics for computers are striking a lively beat
'Mr. Reynolds, come here, I want you'
At Craig Claiborne's:; Home is where the hearth is
Will US step in and 'protect' Sudan from Libya?
Egypt's new leader moves swiftly, decisively; How Sadat's opponents would remodel Egypt
Best-laid plans
Manila police battle protesting students
Dickens arrives on Broadway -- triumphantly


Tokyo opens doors to Asian refugees; first choice still US
In USSR equality begins on the job, not at home
Egypt's new leader moves swiftly, decisively; Mubarak named to replace Sadat -- expected to pursue same line
Thatcher taking stock of Afghan refugee plight
The contrast persists
Flight delays to continue as US rejigs air system
Breaking out of nuclear thralldom
China woos Taiwan trade with bid to open offices
Classic hitter Art Howe is quiet star of Astros
Canada wants US to join immediate acid rain drive
Baltimore's new aquarium gets on swimmingly
Commonwealth airs world poverty problem in scene-setter to N-S summit at Cancun
Raise to get or keep Gls clearing obstacle course
Heavy foreign debt upstages Brazilian inflation-watch
NASA considers cutting all but shuttle program
Orme dam and the Yavapai; A BROKEN PROMISE COULD BREAK A NATION
Britain's Social Democrats face their first big test
Caution's the byword as US watches Egypt