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Monitor Archive for May 14, 1987
Going to Paris? Don't forget toothbrush, camera ... and a visa. Terrorism is down, but France plays it safe by extending visa rule
Peruvian computermaker barters goods with East bloc, easing country's debt
Haggling high in the Himalayas. Across Nepal-Tibet border trade is active - even unruly
Semi-comic tale about covey of British teachers. Edward Fox heads cast of work taken from stage
Dancing down memory lane. Metropolitan Museum celebrates party attire through the ages
`Educating Rita' back on stage, along with `Little Murders'. Production mounted in Chicago is given Off Broadway staging
Imposing opposing views. Debate over longstanding `fairness' doctrine being rerun
INSIDER-TRADING COVERAGE. Press relies on unnamed sources to report on Drexel. Company says `speculation' is published, despite no charges
Despite surge in Persian Gulf attacks, oil supplies look secure
Head: Yellowstone - thriving or threatened?
Psychiatric services for children grow. Private and federal insurance money fuels the expansion
The path to post office art
Ruckus over coloring old movies reaches halls of Congress
Sharing the music - or destroying it?
Tube politics: TV and 1988. Babbitt's early ad blitz in Iowa reflects trend; but some say candidates will mostly sling mud in 30-second spots
US and Guatemala
Orchestras on the rise make their pitch. Saint Louis, Detroit, Milwaukee, and Pittsburgh ensembles visit New York
Three journalists report on political leaders and issues in the Philippines
Variations on an agricultural theme
MIDEAST PEACE PARLEY. For divided Israeli Cabinet, breaking up is hard to do
China sends warning signals to Japan about state of relations. Japanese reporter's ouster before key state visit highlights concerns
WORTH NOTING ON TV
After lull, Suriname's rebels intensify fight against government
Plan to return gray wolves to Yellowstone rouses stiff opposition. Predators are only native species no longer in US park
In Hanoi, museums recreate `4,000 years of defeating invaders'