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Monitor Archive for August 27, 1987
Prospects brighten for superpower arms accord. Bonn agrees not to update Pershing 1A's, if ...
Parental-consent abortion laws run into problems
Women's uphill fight
The freedom to billow out
Censorship's squeeze in South Africa
Wily Speaker excels at Iran's political game
Soviets eager listeners to American jazz. Pat Metheny is impressed by open-mindedness, warmth during his group's tour
Three little words
Preparing your child for that all-important first day of school. Parents can help boost confidence by familiarizing kids with everything from lunch...
Giving writers a break
Patenting the perfect pig: an issue for public debate
Upturn in heartland undercuts Democrats' strategy for '88. Democratic presidential candidates such as Richard Gephardt (r.) have been hammering away...
Culling great moments and people from 57 years of sportscasting
Batting feats spring from ripe conditions; Pan Am barbell palace
Santa Fe Opera presents rare Strauss work, plus favorites
Lower prices, greater versatility transmit `faxes' to more offices
Next on the Navy's drawingboards: benign-looking warships. Admiral urges design of dreadnoughts loaded with belowdecks arms
Prospects brighten for superpower arms accord. But Reagan urges Soviet changes on host of issues
Soviets question their country's policy of dealing with nationalities. Baltic protests appear to open new avenues for public debate
The fire dog heard the bell
JUNGLE RIVER. The promise of riches lures Peruvians to the Madre de Dios
Gourmet ice cream boom hasn't melted old-time vendors' sales
They turn kids' ideas into plays. Loon and Heron Theatre taps pre-teen writers
Clubs for teens - wave of the future? Young patrons enjoy an alcohol-free place to dance, but they can be fickle
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Well-read Yellow Pages. Will more people walk their fingers through this new index design?
The man who put honest, imaginative fun into advertising
Sudan's war, economic woes raise specter of Army intervention. Civilian government appears to be losing support of public
Answering the call of the Christ
South Africa's transition: unions and foreigners can help
The wig that lurked in the shadows
Runoff contaminates Hudson River. Rainwater and melting snow a bigger problem than thought