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Monitor Archive for May 30, 1984

Legal state lotteries do little to break organized crime's grip on illicit games
Resources for cities
News In Brief
News In Brief
News In Brief
News In Brief
Ending rancor in the House
England's banished garden gnomes fight back
Israel confronts its ideals
Sikhs and Hindus in Punjab show rare unity in protest over wheat
Charting a course for NATO's future
CHAT WITH A MAYOR
News In Brief
News In Brief
News In Brief
A sculptor talks about his work
Ireland's '100,000 welcomes' for Reagan will include protests
A sculptor talks about his work
A woman's life - poignantly depicted in an absorbing fictional trilogy; The Alberta Trilogy: Alberta and Jacob, Alberta and Freedom, Alberta Alone,...
Joinings
Easing the squeeze that's coming on adjustable-rate mortgages
Argentina turns to Isabelita to build unity
Beneath the 'rust' may be a city's treasure
Yeasty
News In Brief
Congress weighs aid to Salvador security forces
The Chinese on stage in America
According veterans their due
Blue Jays perched on Detroit's shoulder; Boros gets boot from A's
Arena Stage wins the hearts - and pocketbooks - of Washington
Hope for Africa
News In Brief
A sculptor talks about his work
Would William Shakespeare get a visa?
News In Brief
Grazing: for many people, dinner time is whenever the mood strikes
Two Beethoven piano concertos: from the brilliant to the blurred
Mideast expert says Israel steps up Iran aid
Western governors rethink water policies as federal help wanes
Restrained US scans Gulf
NATO's future
Lake Baikal: a clean spot in a sea of Soviet pollution
Rhubarb pies
Lincoln's second inaugural address
New Russian cookbook offers recipes, tidbits about culture
Olympic financial footing still secure despite Soviet-bloc pullout
There are walls, there are gardens - a celebration
Artichokes: there's more to them than a stem and prickly leaves
Heated Democratic primary stirs embers of Jersey politics