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Monitor Archive for January 21, 1987

Here's the luring aroma of breadmaking, without the kneading
A sharp pencil on W-4 withholding form may save trouble later
Swedes reveal radical Kurds are top suspects in Palme killing. But roundup of suspects yields little in floundering inquiry
Czech a strong mate on US chess teams
In N.Y., nation's busiest commuter railroad strikes over wages, benefits
A way out for Chad
Singapore sets sights on `smoke-free' goal. Government anti-smoking bid offers enticements to quit
E. Asia economies will be hopping in '87. `Year of Rabbit' should see slight upturn even in the Philippines
India's Gandhi: `tougher action' on Punjab. Premier presses state leaders to counter Sikh extremist violence
S.E. Asia: key economies face uphill climb. But there are signs worst is past for Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore
Searching the Gospels for evidence of historical events
Public radio program covers arts scene daily
Taylor and Mecklenburg the chief stoppers in `Super' defenses
Cookbook celebrates spring in Budapest
What they think Reagan should say
The eyes unlock memories
Before Elbow merged with Swamp Angel
Gentle certainties
Another Soviet literary taboo is shelved
Iraq hangs tough. But US experts see grinding pressure by Iran
China: freedom and reform
Filipino communists: guns mostly silent, but economic war blazes
Alice's 5th graders wrote the best letters
`The Rise of David Levinsky'
San Juan hotel fire extends trend of violence in labor negotiations
Extradition of hijack suspect a fruit of US terrorism policy
Donati: the Surrealist years. Enigmatic and complex art of the late 1940s on display
Contras' greatest challenge: boosting credibility. The Nicaraguan contras are in a race against time to prove their worth. They face an uphill battl...
Sherlock Holmes and the case of youth unrest in Marxland
Iran probe reveals more misjudgment than legal culpability. President's arms policy called flawed, but no evidence he broke law
Who's who in the Nicaraguan opposition
Business expects little mileage from capital outlays this year
Friendly animals and loving people
Burns' Night supper. Bring on the haggis, tatties, an' neeps.
Public rating of the press
Honesty in government
Skiing with kids well worth the hassles; Swiss dominate racing
The `case that could not settle'