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Monitor Archive for September 8, 1982
Plum dishes add flavor to fall menus
Amerasian children -- soon a welcome to the US
Mixed economic indicators
The crisis of France's breakfast: morning croissants or socialism?
Miner's leader calls for national stoppage
In quest of the perfect board game
Conservatives attempt new Danish government
Beginning with anonymity
Poking urbane fun at just about everything; R.S.V.P. Musical revue composed and written by Rick Crom. Directed by Word Baker and Rod Roger.
Israel sees Lebanon safety zone
Thanks to Habib
Angels bolster pitching
Irate Mexico businessmen threaten massive lockout
Behind K.C.'s success
Cooking school teacher specializes in American foods
Incumbent-power will likely shape '82 House election
'Milton Berle' show . . . minus Milton
East-West German trade up 8 percent
Deng's pragmatic line makes great leap forward in China
Annenbergs: rags to riches; The Annenbergs, by John Cooney. New York: Simon & Schuster. 428 pp. $18.95.
More bad news for Detroit
Math just for fun; The Lady or the Tiger?, by Raymond Smullyan. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 226 pp.
Jawbone points to human origins
The tricky -- and costly -- art of making a theater sound right
The proverbially cool cucumber, perfect in salads and soups
Urban data networks -- grab bag of ideas on how to run cities for less
Australian prime minister survives censure motion
Slow recovery forecast
Cooking carrot cookies this time with icing
The Man behind Pan Am; The Chosen Instrument, by Marylin Bender and Selig Altschul. New York: Simon & Schuster. 605 pp. $19.95.
US peace plan expected to dominate Arab summit
Prospect of N. Ireland unity dims as Catholic party boycotts assembly
Why the US needs the MX in its future
Senator Dole's good idea
Building unions' support for GOP begins to crumble
Reagan to honor Habib for Lebanon negotiations
Begin up, Sharon down in Israeli popularity poll
Peace or land?
US intrigue yields bitter fruit; Bitter Fruit, by Stephen Schlesinger and Stephen Kinzer. Garden City: Doubleday & Co. 320 pp. $16.95.
Banning the Walkman: what does it mean?
One-woman rule in the largest democracy?
Italian legislature takes firm steps to curb Mafia
Japanese company denies violating Reagan embargo
New China trade sustains Oregon logging ports
The aspirations of two young Amerasians
Yount, Guerrero MVP choices; remarkable Royals
National labs: Is US research 'cutting edge' being dulled?
S. Africa not enchanted by glitter of gold price hike
Reforming the UN: its chief launches new ideas for better peacekeeping
Trout, oysters, abalone: California's new 'crops'
Reagan's Mideast gambit -- now it's the Arabs' move
Locate the swing's center point, then move it
Europeans and the pipeline: united -- but wrong
Iraq says its warplanes hit Iranian oil terminal
US delays, but World Bank funds likely to continue
Around the majors, briefly
Buying airline tickets requires a sharp eye for computer 'bias'
''Inside 20th Century Music''
Wardrobe update ideas from top American designers