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Monitor Archive for January 14, 1983
California NOW leader vows to fight extradition
Danish squatters evicted, but plight remains
TV drama on teen joblessness -- and a talk with Jessica Savitch
WINTER BARGAINS: MEXICO AND THE FRENCH WEST INDIES
An arms reduction plan worth talking about
Robust comedy written in 1791 tickles New York theatergoers; Wild Oats Comedy by John O'Keeffe. Directed by Christopher Martin.
Is the press picking on Boston's Mayor White?
White House aides begin to face up to US fiscal dilemma
Illegal aliens: challenge for US officials is highlighted each night
Labor Party moves to approve housing on the West Bank
Packed for winter
Air Force chief says lid on pay could hit recruiting
Cause of mildew may be inside the wall
'Thy will be done'
Israel, Lebanon agree on agenda
Scientists keep tabs on quakes at Mammoth Lakes
Crowded onions yield big harvest
A subminimum wage?
In US visit, Nakasone to seek patience on trade, defense
Heckler and human services
Guatemala to soften claim on neighboring country
Diverting birds from crashing into glass
'Perils of Pauline' (Italian style)
Secret US Greenland policy?
Wise developing-nations policy might help US ease its recession
Sonics belong on list of NBA's best teams. Seattle has the talent to match any club's, plus a superb teacher-coach in Lenny Wilkens
Chinese organ blasts in on competitive wages
Justice in Iran becoming less revolutionary? Iranian officials seeking to improve their image abroad
What to check in tracing odor in heating system
Franker about population growth
Whose hand on the helm in Washington?
Jordan ready to join peace talks?
Ach, what a dish
Soviets would OK balance in warheads, visitor says
To suppress Solidarity, Poland cracks down on Western press
NATO officials appear unruffled by Rostow ouster
East Europe wants the 'right' headlines
Turbulent times in time-sharing sales prompt control steps
Textile trade talks unravel between US and China
British aid for Falklands: $3.3 billion in three years
Some consultants make hay in out-of-the-way places
Arms control policy: new aim is unity
Turkey uses old liras to heat Central Bank
How to get out of OSHA inspection
The arms control shake-up
Saving the nation's wetlands: two organizations offer help
Arafat says USSR backs Palestinian-Jordan tie