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Monitor Archive for June 29, 1983
Wild-haired children and an unpredictable rhino; Who Wants a Cheap Rhinoceros? Text and illustrations by Shel Silverstein. (A revised and expanded e...
Italians scatter votes in search of non-Communist alternative
China's evolution from an unhappy past with Taiwan
Shop around to ring up savings on long-distance calls
Renovating residential hotels: one answer to affordable housing
Children express hope, interest over issues around the world
CIA-backed rebels scarcely dent the Nicaraguan military machine
Italy at home and abroad
Easy way to freeze cherries
50th All-Star Game in on-deck circle
Children's poetry; Rhyme and imagery to capture kids; Knock at a Star, by X.J. and Dorothy M. Kennedy. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. 148 pp. $12.95. P...
Life sentence to ease up for a bad-check writer
Indonesia and rebels in East Timor are talking after seven years of war
Shultz foresees no shift in US Kampuchea policy
Who might gain . . . and lose from the split in the PLO
Double sauces served with the Fourth of July salmon
Not to be dissuaded
Why Canada puts a finger on the scale
US setting world recovery pace
Were the cards stacked in Reagan's favor?
Pickled Bing cherries go well with cold meats
Dreamlike tale with exquisite illustrations; The Wreck of the Zephyr, by Chris Van Allsburg. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 32 pp.
Albers's art comes home to Germany - in a one-man museum
Fresh chives, tarragon for herbed butter
Connecticut bridge collapses; 3 killed
Women in space; Comparing their roles on US and Soviet space flights
Five foreign-aid workers seized by rebels in Sudan
What Mr. Shultz should say to Mrs. Gandhi
PLO rebels take 3 bases from forces loyal to Arafat
Libya denies part in Chad conflict, warns Egypt to stay out of fight
The Bob Jones case - over to Congress
Gasoline taxes running high
Good news for office renters
Running a revolution on a shoestring
Children's fantasy; A land where lost things are found; The Planet of Lost Things, by Mark Strand, illustrations by William Pene Du Bois. New York:...
Boston warns parking violators, 'Don't snub the Hub'
Canada's socialist party may come unglued
In Washington State, farmers look longingly at China trade
Serve refreshing cold soup after a hot summer day
East bloc issues mild statement
Warsaw and the church agree on aid channel
$300 million market; Static curbs pay off for high-tech firm
Hymn to things we know
Pentecostals win 23-year fight
Building a 'peace camp' - no small task
Hit squarely through the ball, not just at impact
Report says acid-rain curb will raise electric bills 50%
Guide to used-computer bargains
American women model protest on English peace encampment
Bernstein's troubled new opera
You can tax multinationals