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Monitor Archive for June 25, 1985
Weapons for a strong defense
New Orlean's French Quarter residents try to keep tourist development in community perspective
Gleason's honeymoon with fans is not over yet
Something munching figs
Reagan's success by decree
Shake up the menu with herbs and spices
Cleaning up college sports: Tulane is at the forefront
John James Audubon talks possum
Storing nuclear waste/The Deaf Smith site. Prospect of nuclear waste dump draws scowls from farmers in Texas panhandle
In the garden/Heat's on: use mulches to save water The Monitor's monthly garden calendar has been changed this month to illustrate the growing seaso...
National Basque Festival
Jewish leaders gauge US public reaction to hostage situation. Peres tries to show Israeli concern for captured Americans
Colleges take bold steps to clean up athletics at NCAA powwow
UN at 40: redesigning a peace machine
Saving `Honeymooners': How sweet it is!
Campus sports on probation
Don't let bonbons upstage bookkeeping. Lining up a good product and fancy packaging are fine and dandy, but they count for little if you don't keep...
Grant: 100 years later
Moscow searches for a role in Mideast peace process
News In Brief
Golf balls soaring better with dimples from a computer
Test balloons near Venus an international success
Explosions strengthen demand for more rigorous airport security. World airlines are planning an emergency meeting in Montreal to explore ways of pre...
Get your toppers, boaters, and spats -- London's `season' is upon us. Wimbledon is king of the sporting, social season
AIM gets equal time on PBS to contest controversial Vietnam series
His angels carried the message
Cautious-ness raising FOR BEARS
Chips to warheads
East bloc to look at its economic problems. Gorbachev's reform ideas are likely to figure in Comecon meeting