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Monitor Archive for July 24, 1985
Prayer can purify our atmosphere
Congress plunges back into illegal-alien issue. Lack of consensus on numbers makes it hard for legislators to agree
TV with my aunt
Deep purple time
Belgium's popular prime minister looks for victory in October
Lull of summer
`Pearls' sets drama of Jewish family life to music Pearls Musical adapted from Jacob Gordin's play ``Mirele Efros.'' Book, music, and lyrics by Nath...
France's summer calm belies a gathering political storm
Inflation outlook remains rosy as June CPI edges up 0.2 percent
Got a bee in your bonnet? Tell The Times about it!
Parks director Mott starts search for rivers unspoiled by man. Plan for new national park surprises conservationists
`Soph': an on-stage visit with the `last of the red-hot mammas' Soph Play by Wendy Westerwelle and Vana O'Brien. Directed by Ric Young.
Overfilling the bill
Insurance for tenants is a good policy
Company and union steeled for strike. Steelworkers dig in as Wheeling-Pittsburgh fights off bankruptcy
Mail service -- under heavy demands
Service sector grows, but it isn't apt to offer relief on ups 'n downs
Apartheid -- root of violence
Time to sample some sorbet
Light bites for the backyard barbecue
NOW regroups to maintain its force for feminism
Lack of options pushes Arafat closer to talks with Israel. But do his moves denote change in PLO goals or are they buying time?
South Africa's Tutu decries black violence
Terrorism in southern Africa
British Labour Party consolidates, moves toward political center
News In Brief
Roots of farm crisis are pushing up under finance sector
Mauch's first-place Angels chip away at plate; Allen a Yankee
Congress holds a mirror to its own hiring policies
Congress seeks middle ground on bill to prop up farmers. Challenge is to balance need for aid with mandate to curb federal spending
No customers and time to talk in this farm town
US launches famine-warning system. Early forecasting of harvests could help in speeding plans for aid
Why is this painter laughing?
Harvest of Hope/One farm family copes with a crisis
MUSIC/Previn is back in London -- making music with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
TV ads -- from the silly to the seductive. Two programs cast critical eye on TV commercials