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Monitor Archive for April 22, 1982
Hard times spotlight rural resourcefulness
Former UN Ambassador McHenry: US should back British on Falklands
Soviets begin to court Egypt again -- shyly
Home computer primer
S. Africa's hopes for quick Namibia settlement fade with SWAPO strike
Each day the fleet sails, Thatcher's options narrow
Lessons learned at Mt. St. Helens could prove invaluable
Queen Beatrix urges joint arms reduction
A S. African party leader defects to right-wing unit
No Wimbledon for Borg; a look at what's new in golf; 49er schedule
Try rutabaga or turnip for a good spicy bread
EGYPT PUTS STAMP ON SINAI
Home-based businesses: the best of both worlds
The cost of empires
Riot police, youth gangs face off in west London
Soviet envoy is expelled by Sweden on spy charge
Sinai: clouded milestone
'Ticket of No Return'
Two generations of chefs produce three-star cooking
Checking out check-off lists
Archibald MacLeish, poet and statesman
Dense cloud over Pacific; Mexican volcano is cited
Senate Joint Resolution 58
Texas town holds 'Christmas in April'
East-bloc shuttle takes Polish chief to Hungary
Poverty and corruption -- staples of life in Bolivia
Argentine generals in a dream world?
Experts to field questions on TV for 'Ground Zero'
'A Week's Vacation'
British use of force would test EC support
Universities: the key to Africa's future
Reagan and Congress scuffle over '83 budget
Gun battle breaks out along Korean border
Carter to teach in Atlanta
Ancient Colorado ruin wins reprieve
China's war on crime: tackling 'tigers' as well as 'flies'
Reagan and Congress scuffle over '83 budget but others want deficits to be a federal offense
Streaking Braves top early season baseball surprise
After you, Alphonse!
Austrian asks that Poland be urged to revive union
Cook Island chronicle; An Irishman's tale of the South Pacific
Funding victory for Moon church
Herbs for the good cook
A dinner with Pierre Franey to celebrate spring foods
Fire near Disneyland strikes 300 homes
Israel pushes peace to the south -- but moves nearer war in north
Another friendly Soviet invasion targets US audiences
The noon gun
Sunshine slips slightly; effect on winter hinted
'Next to the toaster? My computer'
Texas solar project loses steam as US funds dwindle
Crosbyton: ideal town for solar experiments
Ingrid Bergman as Golda Meir: an indelible portrait
How Paul Taylor takes on big themes without getting stuffy about it
A sense of promise