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Monitor Archive for August 13, 1985
Melvil Dewey livz!
`The loose-leaf library'
Santa Fe Opera brews up a magical world premi`ere of Shakespeare's `Tempest'
Forestry firm nurtures trees and town
The great zucchini glut -- and complacency about world soil
Seasonal orchard sharing
If your operation has an interesting story, let the media know
Dollar slippage far short of boosting trade
Doubloon seekers, archaeologists, and states tug at treasure chest
Belgian convict rejects clemency, turning spotlight on the nation's death sentence
The Iranian economy
Getting together on foreign aid
50 years after labor act, unions struggle to define their role
Inflation outlook calls for moderate increases into '86. July producer prices rose 0.3%, bolstering economic forecast
The cats of T.S. Eliot and Edward Gorey. Old Possum on naming cats
Don't overlook Soviet space success. Salyut 7 rescue, Venus probes, bargain satellites connote solid progress
Mugabe backs off threat to Zimbabwe white opposition
Governments and the press: image is all
This is your day--rejoice!
Judges in papal trial take investigation to Holland, W. Germany
Murmurs of discontent in Sudan. Consensus is that leaders have six months to get on track
Zimbabwe's Mugabe steps up pressure on opposition leader
Carew talks about hitting; clubhouse meeting works for Toronto
A Rest for the Land
Ask the Gardeners/Q&A
Nicaragua, second round
Kennedy's: The third generation. Proud of their heritage, the Kennedy children are making their mark in public service, not public office
When plants close
Haworth, home of the talented Bront"e family