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Monitor Archive for July 30, 1994

TV Marks Mankind's First Moon Landing 25 Years Ago
Backyard Musings, Independence Day Morning
UN Investigator Cites Preplanned Genocide in Rwanda
Space Station survives vote
Conservationists Criticize Logging in Private Forests
SPORTS CALENDAR
Minor League Hits Grand Slam By Marketing New Image to Kids
A Mysterious 1930s Superhero Comes Out of the Shadows
Let the Military Debate US Defense Needs
FREEZE FRAMES
The Old Horse's Glory-Day `Vacation'
COOL READS FOR HOT DAYS
Vancouver Opens Its Doors to Jazz
Beijing OKs Economic Steps in Hong Kong, Nixes Democracy
Haitian Refugee Surge Reflects Changed US Repatriation Policy
WORTH NOTING ON TV
`Just the Facts' for Voters Promised on Hot Line
Firm Finds Success In Transferring Data, Attracting Suitors
The Right to Be Free
Bike Racers Gear Up For Tour de France
New York's Welcome Mat Stays Out for Immigrants
Historic Bank Bill Headed for Passage