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Monitor Archive for May 16, 1983


Lebanon seeks support for troop withdrawal plan despite Syria's rejection
Budget lag could stall GOP
Animated trio of one-acters -- and some not-so-private lives; Buried Inside Extra Play by Thomas Babe. Directed by Joseph Papp.
Glenn leads Mondale in L.A. Times poll
ON THE WRONG SIDE OF THE FENCE

Crusading for democracy
Joaquin Andujar: a colorful character and a top pitcher

Toward the mark of a deeper experience
Profile; Pakistan's General Zia -- from soldier to politician
Correction
Architectural rubbings: projects for children and adults
New companion to 3 R's: class on drug abuse
The rainbow
New call for US to boost economy and education
Fleecie's gift
China shops for overseas investment in resources
US-China relations remain surprisingly stable despite political turbulence on the surface
Out where local history is being made
My cat

Kenya rattled by claim of new coup plot

Budgetmanship
Chile police round up 2,000 after riots
School museums offer clues to neighborhood history
More and more people letting their fingers do the banking
In Minnesota parents forge closer bonds with schools
Animated trio of one-acters -- and some not-so-private lives; Win/Lose/Draw. Three plays by Mary Gallagher and Ara Watson. Starring Lynn Milgrim and...
Africa resents US 'friendly advice'
Chemical weapons -- Congress readies loud 'No' for White House
Early advice for late bloomers
Taking time each day to savor life's important moments
American journalist held by Nicaragua

The graduation villanelle
Surprise your family with a salad from the tub farm

Was last week's stock market dip the start of a broader 'correction'?
How US can regain export markets

Animated trio of one-acters -- and some not-so-private lives; Private Lives Comedy by Noel Coward. Starring Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton. Direct...
W. German man arrested in Hitler diary scandal
Santa Barbara: Drake's 'faire and good baye'?
Nitze says Soviet stance gives leeway in talks
Soviets applaud Canada's peace movement
W. German minister hints at summits with East
US gets its first union for writers
Beyond East-West concerns in Africa
Settlement of Sinai's wanderers
In Boston black parents seek freedom of school choice
A court blow to school-prayer laws
Concern for security of oil fields has Brunei on rocky road to self-rule
Pope's trip to Poland cast in doubt
Pilot tells of North Korea
Correcting the tendency to forget
How one city makes mountains out of trash hills
Buckling up toddlers: more states require car seats for youngsters
Like an early drawing for a great future fresco