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Monitor Archive for November 20, 1985

BRITAIN. Arts administrators change their tactics amid a battle for funding
Anthology guaranteed to carry baseball fans through the winter
Pretty paper plates can hold flavors of Christmas in good taste
Potter's creations are big business
The tale of Beatrix Potter, artist. THE Peter Rabbit stories she wrote and illustrated have delighted several generations of children, but Potter's...
National Football League standings
As promised, Radio City Music Hall's Christmas show is indeed spectacular The Magnificent Christmas Spectacular Conceived, produced, and directed by...
During holidays, the kitchen need not be off limits to children
An Indian example: combating drought through planning
A painter says come to the fair
How a top yachtsman donned crown, won Spain's affections
Why it's important to bring black artists out of cultural isolation
Mining the vagaries of rural America. Bobbie Ann Mason's characters are `just plain folks' like herself
Swedish Christmas in America. Relatives gather for evening of hymns and herring
Dundee Cake is as British as watching rugby on Boxing Day
Giants in thick of playoff picture again; Patriots' blue-ribbon line
Anticommunist insurgents don't all share US values
Iraq, seeking lead role in Arab world, supports PLO and Jordan
Riots and antigovernment protests shake Greek administration
Those hip Chicago theaters. Spunky and controversial, they're in the spotlight
Pawn sacrifice by the young challenger proved champion's undoing in key game
Reagan, Gorbachev finally meet at Geneva
ARCHITECTURE. A Stirling mix of the maverick and the mundane at Harvard's Sackler Museum
Holiday feasts can be easy or exotic, catered or home-cooked
Brazil's elections seen as giving President more political freedom

ANTIQUES. Chronicle of a chronometer -- from the 49th Parallel to Christie's [BY]By J. H. Farrar, Special to The Christian Science Monitor
Weinberger letter points up debate over Soviet arms compliance
Promise and problems in Portugal
Despite iffiness of tax reform, year-end stock strategy still applies
Political clout of Hispanics grows as their numbers swell
As Chicago redraws its voting districts, Hispanics suddenly find themselves with a key role
Report that US softened stand on PLO revives tensions in Israel
Letters to the Editor. The Korean peninsula
Defeating disappointment
Arizona telescope sees a lopsided Halley's comet getting brighter
Gifts for the palate, from pudding to pizza sauce
Lebkuchen -- as much an art form as a dessert
Needs of winter's homeless
Irish prime minister says accord is a triumph over extremism
A telephone hot line for cooks who need to talk turkey
Serve cups of kindness and cheer to drop-in guests and neighbors