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Monitor Archive for July 9, 1981
Ferragamo's jolt as Montreal QB; . . . Valenzuela: instant best seller?
Parties of the '80s call for ingenuity, says expert
Country food at Lake Windermere
Roy Rogers; STILL TALL IN THE SADDLE
As Habib returns to Mideast, US looks toward Saudis
A sister among the brethren and a changing court
Unleashing computers to sniff out welfare fraud
Reagan and high court: political winds influence nomination, recent decisions; 1980-81 rulings leave activism to Congress
Some random thoughts
Problems and solutions
Mr. Reagan's foreign policy
Liverpool riots: where people put blame
Italy closes stock markets after share prices drop
Reagan and high court: Political winds influence nomination, recent decisions; Reagan's standing with women still shaky
A firm that rigs up computers as assembly line 'eyes'
Ideas for inventive showers
Try yogurt dressings for cool, crisp salads
Congressmen take swing at ending baseball strike
Mullahs watch each other's glances
Wedding showers enter the 20th century
Is big really better? Corporations seem to think so
Glad tales from the Hub
Wanted: Arab leaders to fill West Bank political vacuum
Kuwait angling for more arms from Moscow?
A sister among the brethren
More banks raise prime rate to 20 1/2
Ashe assembles powerhouse team for Davis Cup play
Ahmad Tabit's family asks, 'Why?'
An educator responds to the latest 'Coleman report'
New and old wedded with assurance
Afghan rebels reported holding area near Kabul
Belgium cracks down on far right
Soviet Armenians; ONE EYE ON ARARAT, THE OTHER ON MOSCOW
BASEBALL; Fast book on Fernando
Lebanese guns stay silent, but how long will nation's truce last?
Joe Namath as a New York Yankee?
Insurance brokers gross up 19%
Bananas, mangoes, coconut in cool, cultured desserts
US tractor builders vs. Japan: plowing different furrows
Persistence pays dividends for farm family in Kansas
Build you own room with a view
US must find way to pay for costly health-care twins
Handicapped who climbed Rainier hailed by Reagan
Small-business people optimistic
Protests erupt in Belfast as fifth IRA striker dies
Anthology Film Archives is like a world headquarters; The world of independent cinema -- and its guardians
High court permits partial; Signs point to fewer highway billboards
Vietnam pressures Indonesia with territorial claims
Mexico oil cutback could boomerang on nation's development
Sun power speeds plane over Channel
Fruits plentiful in summer
TOUCHING OTHER BASES; Good sports, bad golfers
Aluminum sales eased in '80 while electronics surged
Labor launches counteroffensive to social program spending cuts
US issues guide on aid to trade
Baltimore's tomato-growing rivalry
Aluminum sales eased in '80
3-month letup in strikes ended by Polish dockers
Higher the drinking age, the lower the auto deaths
Oil profits lure new investors
Edward de Bono; TEACHING THE WORLD TO THINK
Love's Tangled Web