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Monitor Archive for January 29, 1982
Italians cook up foreign aid plan to help world's hungry
Planned protest at UC-Berkeley recalls 1960s
FitzGerald ouster may change political picture in Ulster
Special Assembly session on Golan expected today
How one builder is coping with the big down-market
Haig shifts US priorities in Mideast; Palestinian issue overrides Soviet threat to region
When moose go velvet
Leftists, freeing hostages in Colombia, given jet
'Pre-billing' of customers for Alaskan gas attacked
Boston accident points to failings in ticketing procedure. Two passengers believed dead were not listed on World Airways 'manifest'
Relying on God for healing
Listen to softness
West German computer fights European terrorism
Small campuses, too, have their good points
Turkish diplomat is slain in downtown Los Angeles
US challenging Australia in Japanese meat market
South Africa has everyone guessing on Namibia independence
US expels 2 IRA activists but sets illegal-entry trial
The task before William Clark
Bob Trout's Roosevelt days
Durango; SKIING BY TORCHLIGHT, CLIFF DWELLINGS, AND A CLASSIC RAILROAD
Bob Trout's Roosevelt days Television preview: 'FDR'
Sink the Pentagon, Rickover says
McMillen pens resume for a political career
Starring in the European Theater
Virgin Gorda; A QUIET, SOPHISTICATED CARIBBEAN ISLE
Stalemate in Poland
Variety, cost favor growing flowers from seed
ZERMATT; SKIING, RACLETTE, AND HORSE-DRAWN SLEIGHS
Gardeners keen on 1982 as 'year of the bean'
US tribute to Poland: suitable for home TV?
Reagan and voting rights
Even 'new federalism' critics agree reordering is needed
How Toronto went to town in becoming a model city
US doubts Salvador massacre report
Chevrolet wheeling out its version of 'fun cars'
A poor tax proposal
Major blow to Europe's terrorism
New bath fixtures are the first choice
US appliancemakers feel heat from foreign imports Big-ticket producers are out to prevent another 'Detroit'
Midwestern Victoriana; GALENA, ILLINOIS: WHERE CHICAGOANS GO FOR COUNTRY CHARM
White House looks ahead to '84 race
Washington hot line for business
Great Decisions '82; America's defense: what price security?
Slavery issue surfaces in federal probe in Los Angeles
Chrysler, despite strain, reports stride with debt
A fit of the blues
Jamaica; WHITE SAND BEACHES FRINGED WITH PALMS
Taking iron from well water? Use filters or special pumps
Student's eyewitness account; Did Salvadoran troops shoot civilians?
Why should Puerto Rico be a state?