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Monitor Archive for May 14, 1981
Sandy Duncan talks about her high-flying role in 'Peter Pan'
America-bound Royal Ballet offers dazzling array of styles
Latest batch of comedies are nothing to laugh at
short takes (2)
short takes (1)
Hong Kong tries to repair its fraying exports lifeline
Czechs fear a Soviet frost will nip 'Polish spring'
Cole slaw with apples good for spring picnics
Salmon season arrives, and excitement is in the air
Snacktime is for new foods, not just grahams and milk
Summertime fruit salad
For the youngest child
Letters in the dust
Revitalizing America's neighborhoods by conservation
God loves you!
The Pope and our times
Voting Rights Act: still needed
Pulling together in Poland
US seizes items on Soviet airliner
Smoking rules on airlines being reconsidered by US
Us Customs seizes arms headed for South Africa
Urgency of Shah's illness was distorted, paper says
Physty appears phyne 65 miles out at sea
Jamaica going all out to honor reggae star
Southeast Florida weighs sharp cut in water use
Spanish Army reform shaken
The great curtsy controversy
A child of the '60s comes home
Mr. Reagan's strategy
Twins pitcher Corbett hurls baseball a crooked mile
The NBA finals a bit dizzying; and so is Stengel's linguistic legacy
The NBA finals a bit dizzying; and so is Stengel's linguistic legacy; BASEBALL; Stengel on stage
The NBA finals a bit dizzying; and so is Stengel's linguistic legacy; TOUCHING OTHER BASES; 'Triple threat' sports journalist
US squeezes Vietnam's economy
Reagan bargaining to keep tory Democrats, make deal on tax cuts
Mideast peace pieces just might fit together after all
US-banned drugs fetch huge profits in Latin America
A determined terrorist and the papal shooting
'White' suburbs -- Will US force open the door?
Japan wary of 'alliance' with US
Conrail: getting signals that it's heading for roundhouse
IRA volunteers' readiness to follow Sands, Hughes tests British nerve
US gets NATO allies' commitment on defense spending
Texas shrimp industry: trying to balance size of fleet with size of catch
Confucius line in Taiwan firm: 'helping friends'
WHO RULES THE EAGLE'S ROOST?
Jefferson, the inquisitive; the little known side of a reluctant statesman
Buildings good enough to eat
Marcel Carne; 'TO FIGHT IS TO LIVE'
Exit public funds: enter volunteers?
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