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  • Topics; STYLES, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CROISSANTERIES; Croissanteries
  • Topics; STYLES, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC; Success Story
  • Topics; STYLES, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC TRIUMPH; Triumph
  • Transactions; BASEBALL
  • TURK EXPRESSES NO SORROW ON POPE AS HE IS TRANSFERRED TO ROME JAIL
  • TV Weekend; FURTHER 'SCRUPLES,' ART AND 'A BET ON HUMANITY'
  • TWO CREWMEN INJURED IN DERAILMENT: A fireman looking over the edge of an overturned locomotive near Wakefield, Mass. Five cars of a Boston & Maine Railroad freight train derailed, injuring two of
  • Two in Lottery Scheme Dismissed on Conviction
  • UNA CORP reports earnings for Qtr to Apr 30
  • UNION AIDE IS INDICTED IN BROOKLYN
  • U.S. SENT TWO PATROLS INTO LAOS IN QUEST OF G.I.'S THOUGHT TO BE CAPTIVES
  • WASHINGTON ; The Evening Hours; ARCHITECTS IN CAPITAL
  • WAS RIMSKY A SALIERI TO MUSSORGSKY?
  • Weekender Guide; Friday; THE BRONX FOR YOUNG NATURALISTS
  • WELFARE RECIPIENTS FIND THAT PATH TO HELP OFTEN BEGINS AT END OF LONG LINE
  • WINNER OF THE WOODY-ALLEN-KINDRED-SOUL CONTEST
  • WITH PRIDE AND MUSIC, JAMAICANS BURY BOB MARLEY
  • Woodlawn Walking Tour
  • WURLITZER CO reports earnings for Qtr to Mar 31
  • Yankee Justice
  • Yankees Are Expected to Give Revering Plenty of Swing Time
  • YIELDS UP IN CREDIT MARKETS
  • YOUTHFUL NORTH STARS SURE THEY'LL BE BACK
  • Y.&R. AND DENTSU START JOINT AD VENTURE IN JAPAN
  • 25 Hurt in Acid Drum Explosion
  • 2 Acquitted of All Charges in Conrac Case
  • 2 MAJOR STEELMAKERS CUT PRICE INCREASES
  • 30 STATES GET A FEDERAL WARNING ON TAINTED CANS OF MUSHROOMS
  • 3 Scale Nepal's Mt. Ama Dablam
  • About New York; THE CITY'S BEST FRIENDS IN A BOMB SCARE
  • ABRAMS WOULD TIGHTEN CO-OP CONVERSION LAWS
  • Advent Near Accord On Reorganization
  • AFTER 7 YEARS' STRIFE, A TOWN TAKES OVER ITS POWER SYSTEM
  • A Garment Rule That Doesn't Fit
  • A GROUP OF MAJOR DESIGNERS OFFER THEIR VIEWS IN FUR
  • Aides Reportedly Will Lose Posts In 'Deal' Involving Senator Helms
  • AIR TRAVELERS UTILIZE BUSINESS DATA CENTER
  • An Off-Duty Policeman Is Wounded in Brooklyn
  • Answers to quiz
  • APRIL PRICES UP 0.4% BUT PACE OF CLIMB CONTINUES TO SLOW
  • AROUND THE NATION; Engineers End Walkout Against Washington Ferries
  • AROUND THE NATION; Killer of Halberstam Given 9 Consecutive Life Terms
  • AROUND THE NATION; Leak of Radioactive Water Forces Shutdown of Reactor
  • AROUND THE WORLD; Chinese Reportedly Kill 85 Vietnamese Troops
  • AROUND THE WORLD; New Ulster Unrest Leaves One Dead and 20 Injured
  • AROUND THE WORLD; Solidarity Says Warsaw Is Stalling Over Talks
  • AROUND THE WORLD; Sweden's Premier Forms A Two-Party Government
  • AT CLIBURN COMPETITION, TWO KEEP PIANOS TUNEFUL
  • Babcock & Wilcox Named In Suit
  • BARDEN CORP reports earnings for Qtr to May 3
  • Baseball Talks Set Today After a Fruitless Meeting
  • Bath Iron and Todd Get Navy Contracts
  • BEELINE INC reports earnings for Qtr to Apr 25
  • Belgian Talks Snagged
  • Berry Resigns as Kings' Coach
  • BILL RATES RISE SHARPLY; 3-MONTH ISSUE AT 16.75%
  • BOMB FOUND AT CONNECTICUT RESTAURANT
  • BOOKS OF THE TIMES; LIGHTNESS WITH SHADING
  • BREZHNEV WARNS OF MIDEAST DANGERS
  • BRIDGE; U. J. A. Tourney Pair Wins Despite Last-Round Zeroes
  • BRIEFS
  • BRITON IS GIVEN 13 LIFE SENTENCES FOR THE 'YORKSHIRE RIPPER' MURDERS
  • BROKAW SAYS HE'S 'TALKING TO ALL THREE NETWORKS'
  • BUMPER WHEAT CROP HAS FARMERS LOOKING TO EXPORTS
  • BUNDY CORP reports earnings for Qtr to Apr 30
  • BUSINESS DIGEST; SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1981; The Economy
  • Business Digest; SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1981; The Economy
  • CANADIAN JAVELIN LTD reports earnings for Qtr to Mar 31
  • CARSON PIRIE SCOTT & CO reports earnings for Qtr to May 2
  • CORRECTION
  • Correction
  • CENSUS FINDS SOARING POPULATIONS IN COUNTIES OF MID-HUDSON VALLEY (p.26)
  • CHARLES WOODRUFF YOST, 73, DIES; WAS CHIEF U.S. DELEGATE TO U.N.
  • CHEM-NUCLEAR SYSTEMS INC reports earnings for Qtr to Apr 30
  • Chicago to Hold Circus Parade
  • CITY INVESTING, TAMCO TALKING AGAIN
  • CITY IS TOLD FUTURE DEFICITS MAY FAR EXCEED ESTIMATES
  • CITY OFFICIALS TAKE STEPS TO KEEP UP BEACHES CLEANER
  • CLABIR CORP reports earnings for Qtr to Apr 30
  • COMMODITIES; Pork Belly Futures Rise; Grain Prices Are Lower
  • CONSERVATIVES PICK FOE FOR KOCH
  • CONSUMER SATURDAY; CAESAREAN BIRTHS RISE
  • CONTEXT INDUSTRIES INC reports earnings for Qtr to Mar 31
  • CRASH STILL CLOUDS MCDONNELL FUTURE
  • CRIMMINS EASY TO LEAD ABOUT, A WITNESS SAYS
  • CURRENCY MARKETS; Rise in Prime Rate Helps The Dollar in New York
  • DAYCO CORP reports earnings for Qtr to Mar 31
  • DE GUSTIBUS; A GOOD RESTAURANT SHOULDN'T SERVE 'WRONG' DISHES
  • DENTALLOY INC. reports earnings for Qtr to Mar31
  • DEPARTURE FROM BUSING PLEDGED IN RIGHTS CASES
  • DONALDSON CO. reports earnings for Qtr to Apr 30
  • Dow Off 4.87, but Gainers Outpace Losing Stocks
  • DYNATECH CORP. reports earnings for Qtr to Mar 31
  • EARL BUTZ, A TOP AIDE FOR FORD AND NIXON, ADMITS TAX EVASION
  • EXCERPTS FROM A STATEMENT ON REAGAN AND SCHMIDT DISCUSSIONS
  • EX-ENVOY SAYS HE PROTESTED ATOM BOMBS OFF JAPAN
  • Explosion Kills 5 in South Africa
  • EX-PROFESSOR AT N.Y.U. FACES PRISON THURSDAY
  • FILM: LIONS REAP PEOPLE IN 'HARVEST'
  • FINANCE BRIEFS
  • Fire Destroys Tannery in Ohio
  • Ford-Toyota Tie Faces Difficulties
  • FRANC SLIDES AGAIN DESPITE NEW CURBS
  • FREIGHT TRAINS CRASH: The wreckage of three freight trains yesterday near Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., after a Southern Pacific freight derailed and crashed into two other freight trains.
  • GARY LEGAL AID SOCIETY IS PLACED IN SPOTLIGHT BY HIGH COURT CASE
  • George C. Demas, Expert On Corporate Takeovers
  • Giants 6, Astros 3
  • GILLES JACOB, THE MAN BEHIND THE FILMS AT THE CANNES FESTIVAL
  • G.M. Seeks Pay Cuts to Stay Competitive
  • GOING OUT GUIDE
  • Goryl Dismissed As Twins' Pilot
  • Group Vows to Resist Feeding of a Prisoner
  • HARBIN LAWSON
  • Harvester Unit Sale
  • INA to Lift Stake In Paine Webber
  • Index; International
  • INDEX ROSE 0.5% IN NEW YORK AREA
  • INDIANAPOLIS POWER & LIGHT reports earnings for Year to April 30
  • INDIANS' BLYLEVEN STOPS YANKS, 7-3
  • INMATES AT MICHIGAN PRISON RIOT AND START SEVERAL FIRES
  • 'INSTANT' BOOKS: COSTLY GAMBLES
  • INTERIOR CHIEF ORDERS INQUIRY ON FEDERAL PARK LAND DEALS
  • ISALY CO reports earnings for Qtr to Apr 30
  • ISLANDERS CHEERED IN PARADE
  • ISLANDERS FACING TASK OF STAYING TOGETHER
  • ISRAELI DRONES KEEP AN ELECTRONIC EYE ON THE ARABS
  • Italian Official Is Shot
  • JAPANESE SAY THEY CAN'T CONFIRM BOAT HAD A-BOMBS
  • Japan Trade Surplus
  • KENT-MOORE CORP. reports earnings for Year to Mar 31
  • KENYA SAID TO DETAIN 5 JOURNALISTS
  • Key Rates
  • KLEINERT'S INC. reports earnings for Qtr to Mar 28
  • K-TEL INTERNATIONAL INC. reports earnings for Qtr to Mar 31
  • LABRADOR MINING & EXPLORATION CO. LTD reports earnings for Qte to Mar 31
  • LAST-DITCH BUDGET FIGHTS
  • A TSUNAMI'S LIMITS
  • Lawyer and the Wife of Terrorist Are Denied Request to See Him
  • BIBLE 'VERIFIED'; *
  • LEISURE GROUP INC. reports earnings for Qtr to Apr 30
  • KEEP AVENUES TO SCALE
  • LET THE TEACHER FEEL INTEGRAL TO THE SYSTEM
  • NO NEED FOR THE WILLOWBROOK PANEL
  • PRESCRIPTION FOR A NATIONAL DRUG DISASTER
  • WHEN THE NATURAL AND THE SUPERNATURAL ARE AS ONE
  • WHERE'S THE WATER?
  • Mail Clerk, 54, Wounds 4 Persons In Manhattan With Shotgun Blast
  • MAJESTIC ELECTRO INDUSTRIES reports earnings for Qtr toMar 31
  • MANYA STARR, WRITER, IS WED TO AMRAM NOWAK, PRODUCER
  • Maria Caetano Freire, Portugal's Dona Maria
  • Markets Closed Monday
  • MEMORIAL WEEKEND BEGINS: At a cemetery in Quincy, Mass., Edwina Somontes, right, and her daughter, Joan Driscoll, places flowers on the grave of Mrs. Somontes's husband, Gerry, a World War II
  • MINERS' UNION REDUCING DEMANDS IN NEW SESSIONS WITH COAL INDUSTRY
  • MISSILE CRISIS: SHIFT BY ISRAEL
  • MITTERRAND NAMES A CABINET AND DISOLVES THE ASSEMBLY
  • MONEY SUPPLY OFF $2.2 BILLION
  • Montana Has Flood Emergency
  • Morman Aide to Direct The Voice of America
  • MOVIELAB INC. reports earnings for Qtr to Mar 31
  • MSGR. PETER L. ALTMAN, A PASTOR IN BAY RIDGE AND A DIOCESAN OFFICIAL
  • Murphy Likes Risks Of Golf and Market
  • MUSIC: ELECTRONIC ART ENSEMBLE
  • MUSIC: MEREDITH MONK
  • Mutual Fund Sales Up
  • News Summary; SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1981
  • New Twist in Bid For Conoco Stock
  • NEW YORK; Food Stamps for Tycoons
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  • NOTES ON PEOPLE; A 'Tough Cop' Is Signed to Plug a 'Tough Bus'
  • NOTES ON PEOPLE; A Two-Hand Dribbler Recalls a Happy Youth
  • NOTES ON PEOPLE; FROM KOCH TO LENNON: A POSTHUMOUS CULTURAL AWARD
  • NOTES ON PEOPLE; Miss U.S.A. Crowned
  • OBSERVER; Going First Class
  • Olin Ski to Pay $2 Million in Suit
  • POLICE FORCE 8 OUT FOR FALSE TESTIMONY
  • POMP AND MX CIRCUMSPECTION FOR UTAH CLASS OF 2
  • Pope's Stitches Are Out; A Slight Fever Reported
  • Pratt & Whitney To Lay Off 1,000
  • PRIME UP TO 20 1 2% AT BIG BANKS
  • PUBLISHER 'DISTORTS' BOOK, FRENCH AUTHOR CHARGES
  • Quotations of the Day
  • RAND INFORMATION SYSTEMS reports earnings for Year to feb 28
  • RANDOLPH T. BLACKWELL, A LEADER IN HELPING POOR BLACKS IN SOUTH
  • Rangers 6, Mariners 2
  • Rangers-Brooks Meeting Put Off Until Next Week
  • RAVITCH NOMINATED BY GOVERNOR FOR A 6-YEAR TERM AS M.T.A. HEAD
  • REAGAN CONCURS WITH SCHMIDT ON TALKS' VALUE
  • REAGAN FIRM ON RIGHTS CHOICE AS OPPOSITION RISES
  • REAGAN FLIES TO COAST; PLANS TO RIDE A HORSE AND WORK ON SPEECH
  • REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT PROPERTIES reports earnings for Qtr to Mar 31
  • Reclaiming the Blackboard Jungle
  • Reports of Seizure Investigated In East Harlem Crash Fatal to 4
  • REPUBLICAN TO BE COUNSEL FOR PUBLIC SERVICE PANEL
  • RETAIL PROFITS REBOUND AS U.S. CHAINS CUT COSTS
  • Rhode Island Curbs Spray Paint
  • RIFLE ASSOCIATION UNDER INQUIRY OVER MAILINGS ENDORSING FLORIO
  • 'Rose,' With Miss Jackson, Will End Its Run Tonight
  • Rozelle Tells of Warning To Davis on Raiders' Move
  • Rutherford Having Problems
  • SATURDAY NEWS QUIZ
  • SCAN-DATA CORP. reports earnings for Qtr to Mar 31
  • SCHMIDT POURING PRAISE ON REAGAN AND U.S.
  • SEMINARIANS PURSUE A BROADENED MINISRY
  • SIGHS OF RELIEF FOR NORTHWEST'S SALMON
  • Soviet and Rumanian Astronauts Return After a Week of Orbiting
  • SPORTS OF THE TIMES; TAL SMITH: HAVE BRIEFCASE, WILL TRAVEL
  • Stanley Cup Records
  • ST. JOHN'S BEATEN, YALE IS OUSTED
  • SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATIONS FOR POLICY ON SOUTHERN AFRICA
  • SUMMER CAMP SAFETY: TAKING NO CHANCES
  • Sun Yat-sen's Widow Is Visited
  • SYRIAN SAM MISSILE DOWNS ISRAEL DRONE OVER EAST LEBANON
  • TCHAIKOVSKY FESTIVAL OPENS WITH JUNE 4 GALA
  • TEAMSTER LEADER INDICTED FOR PLOT TO OFFER BRIBE TO SENATOR CANNON
  • TECHNOLOGY INC. reports earnings for Qtr to Mar 31
  • TENTATIVE DRUG PACT WITH BONN
  • The Half-Life Patents
  • The Region; Board in Stamford Approves Cemetery
  • The Region; Reactor Shut Down At Con Edison Plant
  • TORO CO. reports earnings for Qtr to May 1
  • Turkish Rightist Ordered to Die
  • TURK'S HOMETOWN IS PUZZLED BY HIS CLIMB TO NOTORIETY
  • U.S. Abscam Prosecutor In Jersey Resigning Post
  • U.S. GETS SOUTH AFRICAN RESPONSE TO PLAN FOR NAMIBIA INDEPENDENCE
  • Utility Power Pact
  • WARD PHELPS
  • WAR OR PEACE IN THE MIDEAST
  • WESTERN NATURAL GAS reports earnings for Qtr to Mar 31
  • Wilpon Backs Torre; Then Sees Mets Win
  • WORK ON FIREHOUSE AMENITIES CALLED ILLEGAL
  • Your Money; Buying Houses As Investments
  • 2 HELD FOR PLOT IN '76 BLAST AT MERRILL LYNCH BUILDING
  • 3-2 LOSS TO DIPLOMATS IS COSMOS' 2D IN ROW
  • 45,000 OWNERS ACCEPT DEAL ON RATES
  • 55 FOOD PLACES CITED FOR VIOLATIONS; Health Code Violations Found in 55 Food Places
  • 6 Rebels Are Sentenced to Death For Bombings in Angolan Enclave
  • ABOUT CARS; Pace Car 'Replica' Falls Short
  • About Long Island
  • Abroad at Home; COTTON MATHER POLITICS
  • ACROSS SCOTLAND ON A PUFFER
  • A DANCE TROUPE FROM AUSTRALIA
  • ADVOCACY PROGRAMS- SOCIAL ACTION GROUPS ARE WEILDING A POWERFUL WEAPON
  • A FORMER PREMIER OF POLAND IS BEING INVESTIGATED
  • A LAS VEGAS SHOPPING MALL FOR TOURISTS WITH WINNINGS
  • AMTRAK PINS HOPES ON NEW ENTERPRISES
  • Ann L. Thomas Married To Lieut. Douglas Porter
  • ANTIQUES; PINNING DOWN PAPERWEIGHTS
  • ANTIWAR COALITION PLANS PROTESTS ON DIVERSE INTERESTS
  • AN UNCOMMON DRAMATIST PREPARES HER NEW WORK
  • A ROSY OUTLOOK FOR OIL, BUT CROSS YOUR FINGERS
  • AROUND THE GARDEN
  • AROUND THE NATION; Air Traffic Controllers Set A June 22 Strike Deadline
  • AROUND THE NATION; Cubans End Hunger Strike At Federal Penitentiary
  • AROUND THE NATION; Drug Smuggling Shift Seen From Florida to Texas
  • AROUND THE NATION; Judge Orders Legal Briefs In Dallas Integration Suit
  • AROUND THE NATION; Mine Negotiations Continue; Some Progress Is Reported
  • AROUND THE WORLD; Joan Baez Sings to Crowds Despite Ban in Brazil
  • AROUND THE WORLD; June 14 and 21 Are Chosen For Elections in France
  • AROUND THE WORLD; Thousands Attend Funeral Of Ulster Hunger Striker
  • Art Sampler
  • Art; SCULPTURE THAT HAS A VERY DIFFERENT LOOK
  • ART VIEW; SCULPTORS WHO TRIUMPH IN BRONZE
  • Astros 5, Giants 3
  • A SUMMER CAMP WHERE MUSICIANS WORK HARD AT PLAYING
  • AT FRESH AIR CAMP, NO ONE IS HANDICAPPED
  • A THEME PARK CALLED WONDERLAND OPENS NEAR TORONTO
  • ATLANTA SEARCHERS' RANKS INCREASE AFTER TALK OF A HALT
  • 'AUNTS' IN BUSINESS OF HELPING
  • Aussies First in Sailing
  • BALLET DARCI KISTLER SOLO
  • BALLET: MIDDLE GROUND OF 'SCOTCH SYMPHONY'
  • Barry J. Spiegel Marries Sheryl Israel, Legal Aide
  • BASS STIRS A FUSS IN ALBANY
  • BATTERED AND DIVIDED ARMY MIRRORS LEBANESE CIVIL CRISIS
  • BEHIND THE BEST SELLERS
  • Beirut University's Head Resigns Amid a Dispute
  • BENITEZ KNOCKS OUT HOPE IN 12TH ROUND
  • BESTSELLERS 5; NONFICTION
  • Birdsong Signs Offer Sheet
  • BLACKS HAVE YET TO GAIN CITY OFFICE
  • BLACK VULTURES FOUND NESTING IN STATE
  • Bonnie Raymond and Andrew Nathan to Wed in August
  • BORIS SAGAL, 58, MOVIE DIRECTOR, DIES AFTER A HELICOPTER ACCIDENT
  • Bossy's Father Dies
  • Bourne to Test Value in Market
  • Bouvier Is Best in Show In Jersey 2d Year in Row
  • Braves 7, Padres 6
  • BRIDGE; SOUTH AMERICAN STYLE
  • Brooklyn Man, 47, Shot At I N D Subway Station
  • BUCKLEY MANSION'S ECLECTIC COLLECTION IS AUCTIONED
  • BUSINESS CONDITIONS; BLACK CONSUMER CLOUT
  • BUSINESS CONDITIONS; WANTED: NEW ENGINEERS
  • By Sports of The Times; The Islanders' Decision
  • BY TRAIN THROUGH A SANDSTORM FROM ASWAN TO CAIRO
  • CARTER BUDGET CASTS A LONG SHADOW
  • Cary Bacon Bride Of Paul Winslow, A Ph.D. Candidate
  • Caryl Fortuna Wed To Timothy J. Daly
  • Cathleen Sullivan Wed to C.A. Stack
  • CHESS; KAVALEK TRIUMPHS, IN THE CAPABLANCA MANNER
  • CHILDREN GET LESSONS IN HANDLING FEELINGS
  • CHILDREN'S BOOKS
  • City Council Schedules 6 Meetings This Week
  • Claudia V. Mohr Engaged to Bailey Gimbel
  • CLUB'S 'SURVIVAL' PACT HELD ILLEGAL
  • Coast Guard Ship Back in Seattle After Being Trapped in Arctic Ice
  • Colleen Cardinale Is Married In Cathedral in Philadelphia
  • Connecticut Guide; Yale-Harvard Regatta
  • CONNECTICUT HOUSING; PENSION MORTGAGE PLAN TO BEGIN
  • Connecticut Journal
  • CONRAIL SAFETY PLAN BEGINS
  • CONTENTS
  • C. P. Demas Weds Anne N. Eckardt
  • Crafts
  • CREATING A DYNASTY IN THE PHILIPINES
  • CRITIC'S CHOICE
  • CUBS TOP EXPOS, DESPITE RAINE'S 3 STEALS
  • DANCE; AN EW SUPPLY OF BALLET CLASSICS
  • DANCE: BALINESE TROUPE BRINGS COLOR AND MAGIC
  • DANCE FILM CONFERENCE AT LIBRARY
  • Dance Tour May End for Filipinos As Costumes Are Taken in Queens
  • David Lewis Dead at 71; Key Socialist in Canada
  • David Rockefeller, in China, Says Peking Retains Open-Door Policy
  • Deborah Boxer Is Bride Of David M. R. Minchin
  • Deborah DeTurk Bride of Leonard Amato
  • DeWitte Talmadge Kersh 3d Marries Celina Munkenbeck
  • Didi Moore Is Bride Of David A. Barrett
  • Dining Out; ITALIAN FARE WITH EMPHASIZED DECOR
  • DINING OUT; TRADITIONAL MENU IN GLITTERY SETTING
  • DIVINE ST. DENIS
  • DOCTORS CALL POPE OUT OF DANGER; DISCLOSE DETAILS OF MEDICAL CARE
  • Dodgers' 4-Run 10th Defeats Reds by 9-6
  • DON KING'S BUSINESS GOES ON
  • Dr. Evelyn Schwartz Wed
  • Dr. G. S. O'Connor Weds Karen Paul
  • DUAL-CAREER COUPLES: IS THERE HAPPINESS?
  • ECONOMY IS KEY FOR BOTH SIDES IN SALVADOR CONFLICT
  • EDITOR'S CHOICE
  • Eileen Mc Cormack Bride in Short Hills Of Thomas Harte
  • Elisabeth Luce Is Bride on L. I.
  • Elizabeth A. Smith Is Married to Douglas L. Crawford
  • Eloise Lincoln Zeeman, Drama Student, Will Be the Bride of David Alan Scharff
  • ENEWETAK ISLANDERS SEEKING CONTINUED TIES TO U.S.
  • EX-CONGRESSMEN: NEW LIVES OF FUN AND PROFIT
  • EX-PITTSBURGH CORONER ACQUITTED ON CHARGES HE USED JOB FOR PROFIT
  • FARE INCREASE FOR L.I.R.R. CALLED 'INEVITABLE'
  • FARMLAND IS UTOPIA FOR A CITY BOY OF 7; A restored house is beginning to look more like a second home for beneficiary of Fresh Air project
  • FASHION DESIGN
  • FATHERS AND SONS
  • Favored Day Care Takes Meadowlands Trot Race
  • FINDING THE PRODUCTS FOR FAMOUS NAMES
  • First U.S. Yacht in Global Race
  • FOLLOW UP ON THE NEWS; Moving War Graves
  • FOLLOW UP ON THE NEWS; Record College Gift
  • FOLLOW UP ON THE NEWS; Wild Burro Airlift
  • FOLOW UP ON THE NEWS; Spanking and Law
  • FOOD; RECIPES WITH A PAST
  • FOR THE CLASH, MUSIC IS PART OF THE MESSAGE
  • From Kemp-Roth to 'Let's Make a Deal'
  • Future Events Every Night of the Week
  • GAME WARDEN WINS HER POLICE CREDENTIALS
  • GLOVES COME OFF IN STRUGGLE WITH UNESCO
  • GRANDSON CONTINUES A SOUND TRADITION
  • GREECE AND U.S. CALLED NEAR TO AN ACCORD ON BASES
  • GREEK CYPRIOT VOTE TODAY SHOWS RIFTS
  • GROWING UP IN AMES
  • GROWTH IS BRINGING PRIDE AND PROBLEMS TO FORT MYERS, FLA., AREA
  • Harold S. Barnes, 86, Ex-Director Of Papers' Bureau of Advertising
  • HARVARD'S HASTY PUDDING CLUB FACES HARD TIMES
  • Headliners; Sin of Omission
  • Headliners; The President's Scientist
  • Headliners; Truth in Packaging
  • HEAT OVER LEFEVER'S NOMINATION BRINGS SOME SENATORS TO A BOIL
  • HEAVENLY CAUSE TAKES ACORN
  • Herzog's Cards Are Extremists
  • HIGH-RISE COMPLEX PLANNED ON W. 96TH
  • Home Clinic; OUTSIDE OF THE HOUSE: LATEX OF OIL?
  • HOW AIRLINE CABINS ARE BEING RESHAPED
  • Ideas & Trends In Summary; Court Fills In Some Blanks in 'Miranda' Rights
  • Ideas & Trends In Summary; Federal Realigning; On Strip Mining
  • Ideas & Trends In Summary; Foundation Buys; Time for Geniuses
  • Ideas & Trends In Summary; FUROR OVER BABY FORMULAS-WHERE, WHEN AND HOW
  • Ideas & Trends In Summary; Promotional Flyer For Solar Power
  • Ideas & Trends In Summary;
  • IF WORDS FAIL; AN UNDERCURRENT OF HOPE APPEARS IN LEBANON TALKS
  • Index; International
  • INDIAN PT. REACTOR UNDERGOING FINAL START UP TESTS
  • IN SEARCH OF ADULT LOVE
  • INSURERS' ROLE AS INVESTOR SHIFTS AND GROWS
  • INVENTOR STILL BUSY AT AGE 90
  • INVESTING; THE GREAT OIL PLAY'S MORNING AFTER
  • ITALIAN ELITE EMBROILED IN A SCANDAL
  • JACQUELINE HEYMAN TO BE WED JULY 25
  • Jane Schurman Is Married to John Womer
  • Joan J. Penkovsky, Bank Aide, Bride of Thomas Rudd
  • JO ANN TREITMAN ENGAGED
  • Johns Hopkins Gains Final
  • Josephine Phelan Bride Of John Cooney, Lawyer
  • Juantorena and Leonard In Coast Track Meet
  • Julia Talbott Wed To Michael Katz
  • JUNE HAVOC TO LEAD IN DAY OF DANCING
  • Karen Van Name Emery Bride of Stephen Lynch
  • Katherine Clifford Bride of Randolph Cates
  • KATHLEEN HOWLAND FIANCEE
  • Kent Daiber Weds Elizabeth Ackerley
  • Koranicki Wins Bout
  • AN ABLE DIRECTOR OF C.I.A. OPERATIONS
  • A Nonpartisan Institution
  • Bestiary
  • Bond Funds
  • Challenging Those Who Deny the Holocaust
  • Community Homes For the Retarded
  • CUTTING INTO INFLATION
  • Dancing With Jacques d'Amboise
  • LEGISLATORS AND CAREY TRADING THE BLAME FOR INACTION; Albany Notes
  • Groups vs. Loners
  • Hempstead Supported As Site of Arts Center
  • Life Proscribed
  • L.I. GASOLINE PRICES DROPPING SLOWLY
  • Lise Libby Nussbaum Wed
  • Is Inflation Only For Men to Worry About?
  • King Juan Carlos In Latin America
  • MAILBOX; 1931 Rule Change Created a Double
  • MAILBOX; What's the Moral In Campanis Tale?
  • MILITARY SPENDING
  • Military Spending
  • Mount Palomar
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  • Long Islanders; TALES ON THE ROAD GUIDED HIM TO LAW
  • Long Island Journal
  • OUTRAGE ALONE WON'T END ASSASSINATION AND TERROR
  • OUTRAGE ALONE WON'T END ASSASSINATION AND TERROR; *
  • OUTRAGE ALONE WON'T END ASSASSINATION AND TERROR; * To the Editor:$
  • Passport Information
  • Paterson Arts Official Corrects a Quotation
  • Patients and Humiliation
  • PHOTOGRAPHY MAILBAG
  • Public Officials And Lilco's Finances
  • Reforming Nassau's Insurance Practices
  • Reviewing the Authors Of the Federalist Papers
  • Saint-Germain-en-Laye
  • Sicily
  • Suggestions to Help Centers for the Elderly
  • THE COURAGEOUS AMERICAN 'NO' TO W.H.O.'s INFANT-FORMULA CODE
  • The Turtle Collector
  • Think Tank Of the Left
  • Lucy S. Patterson Bride Of Robert C. Stanley 3d
  • UNLIKELY PROMOTER OF HUMAN RIGHTS
  • Who Pays Taxes For Tax-Exempt Schools?
  • Who's on First?
  • WHY IS 10% SACRED?
  • Lynne Brooks Has Wedding
  • MAGICIANS SPEND THEIR HOLIDAY WEEKEND CONJURING UP TRICKS OF THE TRADE
  • MAGNIFICENT MISHA
  • Making Reaganomics Credible
  • MAN SEIZED IN SHOOTING OF OFFICER
  • Margaret deRosset McLean Married to David G. Gordon
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Moral courage essay contest

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Moral courage essay contest

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