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Monitor Archive for May 29, 1981


Oriental vegetables from seed
A noninterview with the Phillies' Steve Carlton
Mitterrand's message
Buck-saws and Christams trees
A cut in the prime rate hints latest peak is past
Poles struggle to fill political vacuum left by Wyszynski; Soviets fire propaganda salvo at W. Germany's Schmidt
Reagan shooting suspect watched after overdose
Texas and Agent Orange
Giant 'model train set' test center for innovations in rail transportation
Saudi Arabia takes lead in efforts to and Lebanon crisis

Thatcher surprises Belfast with a visit
3,000 political prisoners to be freed in Uganda
A song of the sea

Assemble, all ye people
Pay raises for state legislators keeping ahead of cost of living
Making handguns harder to hide
Index points to more growth
Can that downhill slide be avoided?
US, USSR, schedule talks on additional grain sales
Jamaica sets out on the yellow brick road to economic recovery
The allies: Reagan's turn
Montana area designated for disaster assistance
Everybody's spelling bee
Polaroid sales with no-flash mayn't be a snap
Poles Struggle to fill political vacuum left by Wyszynski; Soviets fire propaganda salvo at W. Germany's Schmidt
Hawaii, hurt by tourist sag, out to woo new enterprises
COLLABORATION
SEoul students demand resignation of Chun
US warheads provide ammunition for Japan's left
US to monitor a 'hot line' on city strife this summer
Local leaders far from sold on Reagan block grants
US to monitor a 'hot line' on city strife this summer
Saudi Arabia takes lead in efforts to end Lebanon crisis
The strike that kept pigs from market slices into Danish economy
Easing of clean-air rules pushed for steel industry
The rapidly changing face of Asia; Cracks in communist Asia's wall
The housing crisis
How federal, local lawmen plan to protect public leaders
The only beating IRan has given Irag is on the propaganda drum

Mitterrand's face -- not the man -- is familiar to France
Reagan's approval rating stays high, but so does disapproval
Old newspapers can be put to useful work in the family garden
Cities seek tight guidelines on genetic engineering
38 ways to finance that new home
Why Sadat, Begin plan summit
Why Chicago transit crisis nears
La Selle named to Committee on Publication post
Looking for a house? Plan for mortgage nowm
CBS News chief Bill Leonard talks of future coverage
A leaf from India's book -- saving every drop

Christian meekness and prayer