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Monitor Archive for September 28, 1981
A Welsh-Irish love story-and some visits by 'Chekhov'; Sea Marks Play by Gardner McKay. Directed by John Stix.
Chekhov on the Lawn; Play by Elihu Winer. Directed by Mr. Winer. Starring William Shust.
One-man cast brings Tolkien's 'Lord of the Rings' alive in London
Have you read 'Cinderellephant?'
'Some books are to be chewed and digested'
Mother Goose leads to the classics
Fit homework to the child
Green thumbs, greenbacks, and magazine prestige
BEauty, on the hoof
We need no barbed wire
Back country intuition
Litter in the ivory tower
Teaching 'recipes' to use on a trip to the supermarket
Home teaching strengthens children's work in schools
Roses along the fence
When public events are secret
Addressing Agent Orange
Patience not panic
Clashes in Tehran echo worst of 1979 violence
Ethiopian Jews charge Israel is ignoring them
US sending official to aid Salvadorans on elections
2 IRA inmates in 2 days end their hunger strikes
New trial to be weighed in Peoples Temple case
World A-panel condemns Israel for its raid on Iraq
Inner sanctum for Mrs. O'Connor
Labor mediator called in at London Sunday Times
US says Agent Orange hit more Gls than reported
Chinese troop exercises seen staged for Taiwan
A summer for salvaging
'That nice man in the White House'
Poland: a party bid for unity
Should the US sell AWACS planes to Saudi Arabia?; YES
Should the US sell AWACS planes to Saudi Arabia?; NO
Dorsett: he could well become the Cowboys' thundering herd
Trend of the economy
Bread dough ornaments, Ecuador-style
US financial drama grabs global spotlight
British Labour Party puts its future on the line
Lifelines to the outside world
Polish workers are victorious -- and skeptical
Local leaders say Reagan breaks promise with new cuts
S. Africans divided over Namibia strategy
Reagan's call for more cuts doesn't impress investors
New AU -- savers certificates may be a worthwhile deal only for some
Machine tool orders improve
Rental units do a disappearing act
Brokers and accountants busy explaining new tax laws
Thriving Swedish automakers keep an eye on rising competition
The price of everything just keeps going up, right? Wrong!
Rug hooking: rags to art
Beautiful crafts can be made from natural objects
Marea Gazzard's monolithic 'forms'
Berlin: a city divided by more than a wall
Waiting for the Chocolate Chip
The Bike Racer
The Mountain Hike
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