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Monitor Archive for May 7, 1982


Caprilands; FOR THOSE WHO TAKE A FANCY TO HERBS
Islanders don't count on census
Local elections in Britain test feelings on Falklands
...a man about a dog
Economic union drawing closer for Australia and New Zealand
How new research may turn oil into renewable resource
Unrest increases as Israel tightens hold on occupied territories
FOR THE BUDGET TRAVELER

Pro-Reagan Chamber of Commerce splits with President on tax increase
What is wrong with US intelligence activities
Falklands hasn't distracted NATO from its chief threat - Soviets
O'Neill clan suffers a campaign setback in Massachusetts
Old city with textile-mill past spins new future in tourism
US takes some ions out to launch; Electric rocket passes test with flying colors

In the time of decision
Swift US exit for Salvadorans hit
Spanish nuclear power plant short-circuited by Basque terrorists
TRAVELING WITHOUT CHARLEY
Reaganomics vs. Rhodes scholars
Christian Democrats shift leaders to regain clout
Soviets hoping for setbacks in US Latin America policy after Falklands
Britain's open-air theaters; FROM SHAKESPEARE TO SHERIDAN
Violence on and off TV
Chicago, Paris vie for next world's fair
John Muir, Roger Baldwin, Willem de Kooning; Compelling look at three extraordinary men


Iran claims Iraqi missiles bagged Algerian airliner
Argentina's top three: precarious perch in the Pink House
Basketball's 'Magic' man a dazzler in NBA playoffs
Sea battles create political waves on land
After the street fighting . . . . Poles signal hope for compromise
San Salvador bombings resumed by guerrillas
The Wankel rotary still lives, and its Japanese builder finds a niche
Pentagon crosses palms with silver in arms sales

Schools and democracy
Huntington Museum; EIGHTEENTH CENTURY OPULENCE
Strict limits put on building permits; Nantucket decides to haul in gangplank
Elderly homeowners can sell and stay put - with income
Several ways to stop water from seeping into basement
Egypt regaining Arab favor

Turkey wants stepped up US vigilance against Armenian terrorists
A GOP budget - at last
Cuba to get A-station provided by Soviet
The tulips fade, and next year's plan blooms
Armchair traveler
For patience on the Palestinian question
For most E. Europeans, passports are a thing of past
'Love your enemies'
Reagan's full-court press; '83 budget ball begins rolling
'Muscle cars' rev up again
Falklands war: diplomacy gains as losses mount
Call in pest controllers for termites in the floor
El Escorial; THE MONASTERY-PALACE OF PHILIP II