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Monitor Archive for May 21, 1987
What to do while waiting
Calero: `Saudis funded us'
Painting with Dong Chun Qi
Our debt to eons
Salvadoreans long for the good old times. Switch to daylight saving draws protests from many
N. Korea seeks China ties to balance warmer relations with Soviets. Economic aid seen as top priority in President Kim's Peking visit
Grizzly bear featured in TV documentary film
Fireworks over Berlin
Critics try to block US sale of advanced fighter jets to Honduras. But administration says F5 jets simply replace an aging fleet
The best of new Chinese art
Citizens or Congress: Who should elect the president?
Poems introduce children to the wonderful world of words
European business ponders its social role
Award-winning Children's TV - diverse, responsible
Mozart manuscripts auctioned tomorrow
VCRs: boon or bane for families? They enhance choice, but the choice often rates an `R'
Thurgood Marshall: a raspy voice for justice
Maine's marathon heroine hits civic-minded stride with jam sales
GULF ATTACK. Stark's captain says Iraqi missile spotted `seconds' before hit
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Who will replace the honored pianists?
Syrian oil areas look promising - but US warns companies away
Solo of the century. For sheer heroic drama, nothing has ever quite equaled Charles Lindbergh's nonstop transatlantic flight from New York to Paris
Remembering the winter of my chair content