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  • THE VIEW IS UP FROM INSIDE THE GRAND CANYON
  • SEEING HALIFAX WITHOUT LEAVING THE CAR
  • JAMAICA FESTIVAL AND COMMONWEALTH GAMES
  • BACK HOME IN SCANDINAVIAN OREGON
  • SEAWAY OPENS A HEADQUARTERS WITH A VIEW
  • FLORIDA PAGEANT; Outdoor Drama, 'Cross and Sword,' In Second Year at St. Augustine
  • A SHORT HOP OVER TO THE SUN-BAKED BAHAMAS
  • FETE WILL TRY TO MADE BILLY THE KID GOOD GUY
  • Editorial Article 2 -- No Title
  • Editorial Article 1 -- No Title
  • NEWS AND NOTES FROM THE FIELD OF TRAVEL
  • 'A TOUGHNESS OF A KIND WE ATTRIBUTE TO OUR COLONISTS'
  • White Plains Suites Open
  • COLONIAL MODEL IN SPRING VALLEY; Balconied Living Room in $37,990 House Others
  • STATE FAIRS MADE ROOM FOR STARS ON MIDWAY
  • AFTER 60 MILLION YEARS, THE FACE OF YELLOWSTONE IS STILL CHANGING; IN YELLOWSTONE
  • 'BEAR-JAM' SEASON; Yellowstone Is Crowded in Summer, But Wilderness Is Just Off Road 'BEAR-JAM' SEASON
  • MAIL: AFFRONT TO NATURE
  • THE BRITISH ARE ... HERE; Student Charter Groups Come Fully Briefed About 'New World'
  • IRONY OF THE AIRLINE STRIKE; Empty Rooms, Too Few Guests at the Peak Of Hawaii's Season
  • GARAGE ROOF SERVES AS RECREATION AREA
  • Suites Open in New Jersey
  • Brownstone Gets Duplex Suites
  • HOSPITAL TO GET RECREATION UNIT; Facility to Be Designed for Emotionally Disturbed
  • NUREMBERG RAZES NAZIS' MONUMENT; 2,500-Acre Meeting Site Leveled for Residences
  • CO-OP PAYMENTS ARE COMPUTERIZED
  • Laundry Rooms Get Decorative Treatment
  • BUILDERS CONSULT PARKING EXPERTS; Provision of Adequate Space Now an Important Concern
  • Colony in Poconos Opens A Private Landing Field
  • Development in Ossining Offers Homes With Exteriors of Redwood and Glass
  • The Bronx 2 Wars Ago; It Was a Time for Sitting on the Stoop To Savor a Breeze; a 10c Pitcher of Beer ...
  • Levitt Buys Old Mansion
  • CLARK U. LIBRARY HONORS GODDARD; Building Said to Look Like an Electronic Machine SARATOGA CENTER IS ...
  • 27-Story Apartment House Being Built on Third Avenue
  • $2.25-Million Saratoga Center Is a Giant Theater; Clark University Library Reflects Electronic Age
  • A Skyscraper Relights Gas Era; Fuel to Supply All Energy in Chicago Apartment Tower POWER RETURNS TO ...
  • NEW CENTER AIDS AREA REPLANNING; Pratt Unit Gives Guidance on Community Problems NEW CENTER AIDS AREA ...
  • STARS IN HOUSING TO SHOW DECLINE; Will Be Off 100,000 by End of 1966 Limitations on Mortgage Funds Blamed
  • Apartment Oasis Is Rising at Foot of the Palisades
  • VIM to Add Zip to Mail Delivery For Skyscraper Office Tenants; VIM WILL ADD ZIP TO MAIL DELIVERY
  • BEST SELLER LIST
  • Natural Flavor
  • For Young Readers
  • Q & A; QUERIES
  • Quest For Peace; Quest for Peace
  • Criminals at Large
  • Reader's Report
  • NEW AND RECOMMENDED
  • BUILDER EMPLOYS STAFF ARCHITECT; L.I. Contractor Says This Tightens Growth Control BUILDER EMPLOYS STAFF ...
  • L.I. Offices Rising Around a Sunken Plaza; Quadrangle of Column-Faced Buildings Designed by Edward Durell ...
  • Red Carpet in a Red Land; Red Carpet
  • A Little Madness
  • Play's the Thing
  • The End Of Life
  • The Misfit Seven
  • The Game Was Song
  • PSYCHEDELICIOUS OR PSYCHEDELIRIOUS?; Psychedelicious?
  • Knowledge and Power; Knowledge and Power
  • IN AND OUT OF BOOKS; After the Trial
  • SPEAKING OF BOOKS: 'The Outermost House'; 'The Outermost House'
  • Article 7 -- No Title
  • PICTURE CREDITS
  • Confessions Of a Summer Camper (Lit'ry Division); Confessions of a Summer Camper
  • Letter to the Editor 1 -- No Title
  • Galanos for a Gala Fall
  • Plural Of Mousse
  • The Other Regime In South Vietnam; The Other Regime in Vietnam
  • Stanford White Updated
  • Moynihan of the Moynihan Report; Moynihan of the Moynihan Report Moynihan was a pioneer in the campaign ...
  • The Lefrak Way of Life; The Lefrak Way of Life Over the years, Lefrak has built enough buildings to ...
  • Bob Hayes Injures Ankle
  • Funch, Edye Appoints Aide
  • Cruise Week Ends With Benedict, Post Six-Time Winners
  • Hockey School Takes Them Young; Long Islanders Hope to Develop Talent for Big League
  • The Family Next Door In the Big White House; The Family Next Door "Though no diaper-changer, he measured ...
  • Posey Is Leader In Thistle Series; 2 Tied for Second
  • New Douglas DC-8 Gets Provisional U.S. Approval
  • Agents for Singapore Concern
  • Letters
  • Petkovich, Miss Jones Skating Victors; AMERICANS SCORE OVER FIELD OF 136 Petkovich, Miss Jones Gain ...
  • New Rail Freight Service To Chicago Is Announced
  • Program to Help U.S. Shipping Is Offered by Research Group
  • SHIP ENTERS PORT WITH CARGO AFIRE
  • SHIPPING MAILS; ALL HOURS GIVEN IN DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
  • Pan Am Promotes Executive
  • 'Sparks' for 43 Years Is Ending Career With Pleasure Voyage; Radio Chief on United States Taking Wife ...
  • 3 FISHERMEN DROWN AIDING SINKING SHIP
  • FLOATING MUSEUM SEEKS HOME PORT; Balclutha, at San Francisco, in Need of Repairs
  • NORSE INCREASE SHIP RECREATION; The Reason: Crews Spend Less Time in Port Now
  • P.&O. QUITS GROUP IN FARES DISPUTE; Leaves Atlantic Conference Instead of Raising Prices
  • HEAVY RAINS CUT SEDAN PRACTICE; 40 Cars in Virginia Race Today Fair Skies Slated
  • Disqualifications Rescinded In European Dragon Sailing
  • Cleveland to Extend Rapid Transit to Airport
  • MG 1,000-Mile Rally to Start From Stratford on Wednesday
  • GEHLMEYER TAKES ONE-DESIGN HONORS
  • SWEDEN CAPTURES DINGHY TEAM TITLE
  • Maid Marion First In Lightning Event; Spook Finishes 2d
  • Transport News and Notes; New Poster Lists the Do's and Don'ts For Travelers Returning From Abroad
  • COE'S LUDERS-16 FINISHES FIRST; Sweet Sixteen Triumphs in Y.R.A.'s Sound Sailing
  • CABINET BILL STIRS AIR SAFETY FEARS; Transportation Agency Held Bar to Effective Control
  • Eagles to Start Snead
  • Wood, Field and Stream; Ann Strobel Stars in a Man's World
  • Summaries of N.Y.Y.C. Cruise
  • Krause Clips Swim Mark
  • Gretel Has Slimmer Look for Cup Bid
  • KIALOA IS VICTOR ON N.Y.Y.C. CRUISE; Wins Queen's Cup in Light Airs Illusion Scores
  • Misses Bueno and Richey Enter Longwood Doubles
  • Hesselschwerdt Captures National Junior Snipe Title
  • Santa Barbara K.C. Spares No Expense Putting On Show
  • On a Slow Boat to Nowhere: Problems; A Languid Cruise Up the Lazy River Is Hard Work
  • Quinn Defeats Corcoran In New England Amateur
  • Segura Defeats Buchholz And Gimeno Sinks Barthes
  • Winnipeg Prepares for 1967 Games
  • Reichardt of Angels Ailing
  • Matter of Perspective; Art Exists in the Eye of the Beholder Whether It Is Baseball or Beethoven
  • SIMULATED FIRE PLANNED ON BOAT; Jersey State Unit to Show How to Control Blaze
  • C.B.S. Will Televise Indoor Tennis in 1967
  • L.I. Couple Discovers Nassau Bowl in Car Lot
  • MISS WHITWORTH WINS WITH A 213; Miss Wright Is 3 Strokes Back in Ontario Golf
  • Heck, Richards Lead Falcons
  • ALAN JONES STARS IN CRICKET MATCH; His 161 Runs Not Out Pace Welsh Against West Indies
  • Fletcher and Newcombe of Australia Advance to Final in German Tennis; DIEPRAAM BEATEN AT BADEN-BADEN ...
  • 3,000 FANS SEE RAMS PLAY 2 GAMES IN ONE
  • Jazy Victor at 3,000 Meters
  • WOMAN PROTESTING LOSS IN PENTATHLON
  • 2 Rookie Tackles Impress During Packers' Practice
  • Linda Tuero Triumphs
  • NAMATH THROWS 2 SCORING PASSES; Stars With Taliaferro at Jet Full-Scale Scrimmage
  • Carrero Wins Title
  • McDaniel Signed by Dolphins
  • Sky Gypsy II Victor by Head In $16,200 Race at Del Mar
  • Dolphins Will Move Camp To Boca Raton Next Week
  • At the Feet of Masters; L.I.U. Soccer Coach at Wembley Finds Stars of Game Know Their Homework
  • Timely Knight's 2:02 Takes $10,000 Brandywine Pace
  • Ticket Sales for Nationals Are Ahead of 1965 Pace
  • PARAPLEGIC TITLE IS WON BY BRITISH; England's Wheelchair Stars Take 40 Gold Medals
  • Finger Lakes Mark Tied
  • Where Giants Go, Fans Follow; 176 Have Signed for Los Angeles Trip Costing $388
  • South African Beats Brown
  • Austerity Is Repealed for a Day As Britons Swarm to the Pubs
  • Delaware Handicap Chart; 1966, by Triangle Publications, Inc. (The Morning Telegraph)
  • Yacht Council Affiliates With Small-Craft Designers
  • ONTARIO OARSMEN WIN HENLEY TITLE; St. Catharines Takes Five Events Spero Triumphs
  • TOUCHDOWN MARKS DODGER SCRIMMAGE
  • Gogolak Kicks Two Field Goals for Giants' Defense in 7-6 Loss to Offense; STAR ALSO BOOTS CONVERSION ...
  • Mother, Daughter Win Titles In Archery; 3 Records Set
  • Max Hirsch, at 86, Too Busy to Think of Retirement
  • HOWLEY IS NAMED SUFFOLK SECRETARY
  • Chart of Sorority Stakes; 1966, by Triangle Publications, Inc. (The Morning Telegraph)
  • Sports Today
  • Tronado Survives Foul Claim and Triumphs in $54,000 Arlington Handicap; HEDEVAR, 6-5, NEXT A LENGTH ...
  • Saratoga: After the Dancers, the Prancing Thoroughbreds; Spa Track to Open Tomorrow for Its 103d Meeting ...
  • Monmouth Park Entries
  • Aqueduct Jockey Standing
  • Coach of U.S. Equestrian Team Says Russians Have Lot to Learn
  • Mohawk Airlines to Fly Racing Specials to Spa
  • Aqueduct Race Chart
  • Yonkers Raceway Entries
  • KUDITH TRIUMPHS IN HUNTER CLASS; Bea Tapper Aged Bay Mare Wins at Smoke Rise Show
  • Article 6 -- No Title
  • U.S. Skier Bruises Elbow
  • BRAVES SET BACK GIANTS, 6-5, 15-2; Oliver Connects for Three Homers in Night Game
  • Bonjour Hanover Wins Bronx Filly Pace Before 33,666 at Yonkers Raceway; GOOD CANDY, 5 TO 1, FINISHES ...
  • Yanks' Games This Week
  • Cleveland to Option Sims
  • Players for Marion Mets Are a Long Dream From Shea Stadium; Rookie League Prospects On First Step of Ladder
  • Met Records
  • Raiders Release Rookie
  • Mets' Games This Week
  • Yankee Records
  • Minor Leagues
  • Cardinals Top Dodgers, 3-1, on Jackson's 6-Hitter for 6th Victory in a Row; CLUB WINS 12TH IN LAST 13 ...
  • WHITE SOX SCORE ON 3-HIT SHUTOUT; Peters Faces Only 29 Yanks Tresh Stars in Field Stottlemyre Loses ...
  • Regatta Is Becalmed
  • Synchronized Swim Title Is Taken by Miss McGrath
  • AIRMAN IS VICTOR IN SKEET SHOOT; Reay Hits 99 of 100 Targets for Olympic-Style Title
  • Major League Averages; Records Include Games Played Friday Night
  • Athletics Defeat Tigers, 2-l, as Odom Yields Only 2 Hits in Eight Innings; HURLER DRIVES IN WINNERS' ...
  • Sports of The Times; Of M. and M.
  • ANGELS' RUN IN 9TH DEFEATS INDIANS, 2-1
  • 2 Goals in Overtime Give British First World Cup; ENGLAND WINS, 4-2, IN SOCCER FINAL
  • Twins Win, 7-0, From Orioles; Phillies Set Back Pirates, 4 to 1
  • Victor Pays $11.80; SORORITY IS WON BY LIKE A CHARM
  • ASSAGAI CAPTURES $59,700 TURF TEST; Rallies to Overtake Canal in 1 1/8-Mile Tidal Stakes 50,014 at Aqueduct ...
  • Major League Baseball
  • 51,427 Cheer Stengel on 76th Birthday, '50 All-Stars; Stengel,'50 All-Stars in Spotlight
  • Boswell Pitches 1-Hitter; TWINS' BOSWELL TOPS ORIOLES, 7-0
  • Allen Belts 2-Run Homer; PHILLIES VICTORS OVER PIRAPES, 4-1
  • Ross Filly First; OPEN FIRE, $10.60, DELAWARE VICTOR
  • Month to Be First of Over .500 Ball in Club's History; RIBANT AND METS DEFEAT CUBS, 6-3
  • Opinion at Home and Abroad; BRITAIN'S TROUBLES
  • BRITISH BOW, 13-5; Americans Take Title 10th Time Singles Matches Decisive U.S. WOMEN TAKE CURTIS CUP GOLF
  • The Holy and the Unholy
  • MISS CASALS GAINS IN TENNIS, 6-2, 6-4; GRAEBNER SCORES; Coast Girl Defeats Karen Krantzcke Ohioan Tops ...
  • CASPER AND SIKES SHARE GOLF LEAD; Each Shoots 68 for 207 Rodriguez Is 4 Shots Back 5 Players Disqualified ...
  • Foreign Affairs: Over the Elysian Curtain
  • Letters to the Editor of The Times
  • Science; Archeological Finds From High Altitude
  • Why Are We Less Hairy?
  • Religion; A Hard Look at Religious Education
  • 'Business Is for the Birds'
  • Shadow Over Grand Canyon
  • The Law; Britain Breaks With Precedent
  • Education; De Facto Segregation--Two Approaches
  • Washington: The Deadlock of Suspicion
  • Inadequate Development Aid
  • TEACHING TEACHER
  • Unity in Europe
  • New Towns and Old Cities
  • Feast of the Green Corn
  • Report on Seoul: 'A Coming of Age'
  • 'We Farmers Feel Let Down'
  • Tokyo and Moscow Are Closer
  • The Red Carpet, Frayed and Fading
  • Erhard Is in the Political Shoals
  • See the Chairman Swim!
  • Tight Money Squeezes The Homebuilders
  • Just a Small Wedding, Johnson Style
  • The Battle of the Canyon Is Joined
  • The Trade Center How It Grew
  • Article 5 -- No Title
  • The Foreign Aid Merry-Go-Round
  • Wilson's Mission To Washington
  • Britain's Labor Takes a Gamble
  • Scofflaws Watch Out!
  • Figures Tell Vietnam Story
  • The 'Conspiracy' Rings Hollow
  • Kennedy Caught In Party Row
  • A Big Welcome For Israeli Leader
  • Song of Camelot
  • Ebaseo Services Appoints
  • Economic Pressures; Air Settlement Exceeds Guidelines
  • Sales of Used Machine Tools Climb
  • Advertising: New Horizons for Venture; Travel Magazine Is Expecting a Profit Late Next Year
  • U.S. IN THE MIDDLE OF MEAT BATTLE; Price Move Likely to Anger Housewives or Farmers
  • Rights and Riots; Integration By Legislation?
  • Economic Indicators
  • Article 4 -- No Title
  • A Cotton Disaster Averted in Egypt By Massive Drive
  • Purchasing Men Find Business Strong
  • Trans-Lux Elects Officer
  • Summary of the Week
  • PHILADELPHIA State's Economy Begins 4th Year of Growth
  • CHICAGO Merit Employment Unit Is Making Headway
  • Article 3 -- No Title
  • The Merchant's View; Changes in Retailing Pattern Sighted in Next Few Years
  • Business Index Fell in the Week
  • Slate of Officers Elected By Executive Recruiters
  • CLEVELAND Industry Hard Pressed for Skilled Workers
  • U.S. Business: Kansas City Plans New Airport; Jet Terminal Will Serve Big Craft
  • CONSUMER LOANS: REFORMS IN SIGHT; Influential Group Seeking an Overhaul of State Laws Reforms in Sight ...
  • Personality: He Learned to Sell by Selling; Coca-Cola President Found Work on a Truck Valuable Executive ...
  • Spotlight; Bulls vs. Bears: What Score?
  • Vietnam Needs and Walkouts Cut Supply; Leasing Fills Vacuum in Data-Processing Industry
  • COMPANY JOINING ALUMINUM RANKS; New Concern Will Construct Plant in Northwest
  • Robots Are Coming But Slowly; ROBOTS MAKING SLOW PROGRESS
  • UNLISTED STOCKS IN WIDE RETREAT; 2-Point Losses Not Unusual in Sharp Downtrend
  • PACE PICKING UP IN KENNEDY ROUND; But Somber Mood Prevails in Geneva Over Limited Tariff-Cut Progress ...
  • Husky Oil Buys Curtis Stake
  • ORDERS ARE BRISK FOR FALL CLOTHES; Resident Buyers Also Find Winter Items Doing Well
  • FUNDS TREADING A CAUTIOUS PATH; Rise in Cash Reflects Wary View of Stock Market FUNDS TREADING A CAUTIOUS PATH
  • OUTSIDERS INVADE FURNITURE FIELD; Appliance and Rug Makers Are Seeking Diversity OUTSIDERS INVADE FURNITURE ...
  • Care and Repair Of Yard Tools
  • The Week in Finance; Small Investors' Rush to Buy Bonds A Worry for Wall St. and Washington Week in ...
  • LEASING INVADES DATA PROCESSING; Companies Rent Purchased Equipment for Less Than Makers Charge Users ...
  • Midsummer Events Planned
  • AROUND THE GARDEN; RASPBERRY CARE
  • The Scarce Metals Are becoming Scarcer and Costlier
  • Chess; Southern Open in Atlanta
  • Teen-Club Chain Trying New Twist; TEEN-CLUB CHAIN TRYING NEW TWIST
  • Wild-Flower Bounty from a L.I. Bog
  • Another Sculptural Nullity for New York's Lincoln Center
  • Stamps; Europa Focuses On Sea
  • Article 2 -- No Title
  • Start Hardy Flowers Now for '67
  • Begin Ordering '66 Sets
  • You Can See That Again
  • Canada Offers a Trio
  • Article 1 -- No Title
  • Bridge; The Scene Shifts to Denver
  • Drama Mailbag; 'Drop Dead!' That's Dialogue?
  • RADIO-TODAY'S LEADING EVENTS
  • What's New In Art
  • Recordings: 'Lohengrin' Complete, But Not Ideal
  • Television This Week.
  • 'Dancers Are Chosen People'
  • Frank O'Hara, 1926-1966
  • THIS WEEK'S RADIO CONCERTS; TODAY
  • Journey to Lysergia
  • 'Dizzy Gillespie Played in My Block'
  • Revolts Brewing in Britain
  • Photography; Camera As Aid in Research
  • Carnegie Hill Not Hall
  • Who Makes Music and Where
  • U.N.C.L.E. Gets a Girl
  • Prime Time For Luci
  • Setting: A Ghetto Named Desire
  • ALSO OPENING
  • Brainy, Good-Looking and Vocal, Too
  • Mozart Makes The Scene
  • London, In and Out of Focus
  • NEW CURBS TAKEN BY SMOG 'CAPITAL'; Los Angeles to Use More Gas and Control Solvents
  • News Summary and Index; The Major Events of the Day Section 1 International National Metropolitan
  • Along the Strawhat Trail This Week; NEW YORK NEW JERSEY CONNECTICUT PENNSYLVANIA MASSACHUSETTS RHODE ...
  • En Route To the Future
  • Shining Up the Show
  • All That Glisters Is Not Gold
  • Where the Action Isn't
  • Authors at Work and Play; At Work and Play
  • U.S. to Send Food to Tunisia
  • STEWART R. TERRILL
  • Card of Thanks
  • Unveilings
  • THOMAS J. BARRY
  • Policeman Slain in Illinois
  • The City's Hospitals II; Hospitals Affiliated With Schools Are Shackled by Management Inflexibility
  • Deaths
  • SPASSKY AGAIN GAINS FIRST IN COAST TEST
  • DOUGLAS W. ORR, ARCHITECT, DEAD; Designer of Taft Memorial Worked on White House
  • In Memoriam
  • Coast Guard Ends Search For Stilwell in the Pacific
  • J. BARRY MAHOOL JR. OF RADIO LIBERTY, 62
  • Reidar E. Gundersen, 65, Morgan Guaranty Officer
  • CHARLES O'TOOLE, 73, A SCHOOL EXECUTIVE
  • FREDERICK FROST, AN ARCHITECT, 89; Designer of Brooklyn and Queens Housing Is Dead
  • SAMUEL P. METZGER JR.
  • MRS. CHARLES H.TOPPING
  • MRS. DINO BIGONGIARI
  • World Jewish Congress To Begin Assembly Today
  • JUDGE L.W. CAPPELLI OF RHODE ISLAND, 72
  • Couple Who Lost Home in Fire Moves to Italy With City's Help
  • Miss Steinhardt Fiancee
  • Greenwich Nuptials For Miss de Groot
  • 30 VISTA WORKERS HELP SOUTH BRONX; Volunteers Live With Poor Families in Neighborhood
  • Gail Appell Engaged To Arlen Nickowitz
  • Hofer Morrison
  • Jane Flynn Fiancee Of Daniel J. Burke
  • Rita De Bruyne To Be the Bride Of David Stutz; Belgian Girl Is Fiancee of Sales Aide for the American Can Co.
  • Daughter to Mrs. Lipton
  • Daughter to Mrs. Lynn
  • Lucy Martin Married To Gioacchino Gianino
  • Nancy MacConnach Engaged to Marry
  • Barbara Untermeyer Wed To Lawrence A. Carton 3d
  • Mueller Nottage
  • Calvin Carr, a Lawyer, Marries Mary Logie
  • Louise Van Wagner Bride
  • Anne Woodruff's Bridal
  • B.I. Bender Fiance Of Sharon Swiskay
  • Marsha Wright, Alumna of Penn, Becomes a Bride; Married in Norristown to Richard Johnson, an Ad Man Here
  • Gail Lifson Is Fiancee Of Dr. Lawrence Levitt
  • Levy Kennedy
  • Alice McClure Married
  • Miss Gail Owen, Debutante of '58, Bride in Capital; Alumna of Radcliffe and Ronald Troutman Are Married
  • Susan M. Lehrer Prospective Bride
  • Mrs. Harlow Jr. Has a Son
  • Alden H. Harken Becomes Fiance Of Laurel Sillag; 2 Medical Students at Western Reserve Plan an Autumn Wedding
  • Mary Redington Is Attended by 7 At Her Wedding; Bucknell Alumna Bride of Hayden Hawthorne Jr., Bank Aide Here
  • Adela Bellardi Is Bride
  • Harriet Schwartz Wed To Richard M. Samuels
  • Mrs. Dick Israel Has a Son
  • Miss Walzer Bride Of Dr. Brian Dennis
  • Terence McElroy Weds Jane O'Grady
  • Marriage on L.I. For Sara Boggs, Debutante of '64; She Becomes Bride of James R. Griswold, Penn Graduate
  • Shaker Museum Will Be Setting Of Antiques Sale; 100 Dealers Will Show Wares on Grounds at 11th Festival
  • Mrs. Watkins Is Rewed
  • Antonieta Silva Married
  • Caryl Ziet's Nuptials
  • Births
  • Marriage Announcement 1 -- No Title
  • Miss Kohnstamm Wed
  • Tony M. Shogren Weds Miss Cynthia Hawkins
  • Miller-Jones Piggott
  • Priscilla P. Perry Married in Ohio To John Morris; Radcliffe Alumna and Harvard Graduate Are Wed in Cincinnati
  • Miss Cawley Married To John Devanney 3d
  • Suzanne Boling Attended by Five At Her Nuptials; Teacher Is the Bride of Edwin J. Cross Jr., Hobart Alumnus
  • Miss van Setter Wed
  • Caroline Freeland, T.C. Raymond Wed
  • Patricia Laidlaw Is Betrothed To Dr. Louis Joseph Benton Jr.
  • Barbara Austin Engaged to Wed T.D. Schlobohm; Gibbs Graduate Is the Prospective Bride of Cornell Alumnus
  • Miss Nancy Sutliff To Wed on Sept. 3
  • 'Fiesta' at Monmouth Track Benefits 50 Charitable Groups
  • Nan Clare Fitzpatrick Bride of Peter Bardes
  • Ingoglia Roskos
  • Katherine A. Hamilton Wed to Peter Eastman
  • Elizabeth Landis, Vassar Alumna, Will Be Married; Fiancee of Peter Erie Israelson, Dartmouth and Oxford ...
  • Miss Julia Pool Engaged to Wed Albert W. Wald; 2 Graduate Students at Berkeley Planning January Bridal
  • A U.S. Attorney Becomes Fiance Of Miss Barbour; Thomas Lumbard Will Marry a Georgetown Student Aug. 27
  • C.E. Maw Jr. Weds Susan Kunzelmann
  • Son to Mrs. E.C. Marzo
  • William Cavanaugh Jr. Marries Lucie L. Voit
  • Cassin Shankey
  • Norma Noce's Wedding
  • Jane Moore Alcock Planning Marriage
  • Cohen Gage
  • December Bridal For Pamela Day, Alumna of Smith; Betrothed to Robert H. Pelletreau Jr., Officer in Foreign ...
  • Merrill Cates Is Bride Of Dr. George Griffin
  • J.E. Kennerly Weds Mrs. Whittemore
  • Mednitsky Richman
  • Pamela Nelson Is Bride Of Dr. R.D. Talarico
  • Liner to Be the Scene of Sept. 14 Gala; Port of Call Dinner Dance to Benefit Graham Home
  • 5 Are Attendants Of Miss Holland At Her Nuptials; '62 Debutante Married to Wright Tisdale Jr. in Gastonia, ...
  • Janet Jennings Auchincloss Wed to Lewis P. Rutherfurd; Half-Sister of Mrs. Kennedy Is Married at St. ...
  • Joan Veronica Cahill Wed to Thomas Dunn
  • Daughter to Mrs. Toone
  • Marion Johnson Is Wed
  • Judy Sonnenschein Prospective Bride
  • Miss Kenneally Bay State Bride Of R.W.Reidy 2d; Graduate of Emmanuel Married to Cornell Medical Student
  • Ann Burgess Wed To Berndt Wolpers
  • Miss Rusch Is Wed To Arthur Martinez
  • Charles Greers Have Son
  • Miss Belousofsky's Troth
  • Langenstein Kivlin
  • Frederick M. Watts Weds Maria Warren
  • Heroic Brooklyn Patrolman Honored
  • Valerie Ryan Bride Of John T. O'Brian
  • PROPOSAL STUDIED ON CYCLE PARKING; Angle Plan Is Surveyed by Department of Traffic
  • Wedding Is Held For Miss Wood, Caspar F. Ewig; Graduate of Bennett Is Married to Cornell Law Student
  • Miss Katharine Fairfax Lipson Bride; She Is Married to George B. Moore, Yale Alumnus
  • Ellen D. Smythe Becomes Bride Of A.M. Warden; Skidmore Graduate Is Married to Alumnus of Transylvania ...
  • Rebuff to Prince Philip By Scientists Reported
  • TRUMAN IN HOSPITAL FOR UPSET STOMACH
  • PILOTS' STOPPAGE AT T.W.A. BARRED; Injunction Issued in Dispute Over Pay During Strike
  • Boxing Kangaroo Fails In Bid to Hang Up Gloves
  • 2 Are in Kansas Car Crash
  • 2 Hurt in Park Ave. Crash
  • Soviet Hails Submarine Fleet
  • 63d Infantry Unit Elects
  • Air Accord Seen as a Major Below to Guideposts; Lines' Inability to Cat Fares Because of the Settlement ...
  • BLACK TOM BLASTS OF 1916 RECALLED; Explosions Shook New York Harbor Sabotage Blamed
  • NINE STATES LACK BIRTH CURB PLANS; Senate Study Finds 21 Have Family Planning Projects
  • Florida Tourist Areas Hope To Salvage Rest of Season
  • Summer Vacations for Clergy Scored by Rabbi
  • Dominick Sees G.O.P. Gains
  • Settlement of Strike Relaxes Pressures On T.W.A. in Rome
  • INQUIRY IS ASKED ON CITY BOND BID; Assemblyman Says Banks Drove Interest Rates Up
  • French Veterans Protest Commutation of Sentence
  • Optimism Is Evident on the Picket Line
  • Napalm Production Protested
  • Winds Ground Balloonist
  • Key to Longevity Sought in Caucasus
  • U.S. Gets Millions From Harvesting of Redwoods; Proposals of Conservationists for Land Are Opposed by ...
  • Laboratory Technicians Elect
  • Whites Urged to Arm
  • Wage Guidelines Scored By Harvard Economist
  • A.E.C. WON'T GIVE POSITION ON SKETCH
  • BOTTLES THROWN AT CHICAGO MARCH; Protesters of Racial Bias in Real Estate Attacked
  • U.S. TACKLES NEED TO FEED WORLD; Shortages Prompt National Security Council Action
  • GRENIER IS CHOSEN BY ALABAMA G.O.P.; Martin Focuses on Johnson in Governorship Drive
  • Racial Tensions Easing in Baltimore
  • U.S. Court Backs Selection Of Jury With Two Negroes
  • Model, 21, Jumps From Bridge Here; Police Rescue Her
  • Annual Award to Honor 2 Slain Filipino Nurses
  • Lebanon Refinery Is Struck
  • 1,000 Camp Fire Girls Cry for Joy Over Cruise
  • North Dakota Also Seeks Electoral College Changes
  • DOWNTOWN STUDY OF TRAFFIC IS SET; Motorists to Be Questioned at 3 Bridges Tuesday
  • Prediction of Earth-Asteroid Collision Is Scouted
  • 5 Die in Car Crash
  • Guardsmen Leaving Cleveland
  • Le Roi Jones Freed In Bail in Assault; Ginsberg Puts It Up
  • BUTCHER GIVES UP 4 SLICES OF CITY; Slivers of Brooklyn Bought During Auction Fervor
  • BRANDEIS PROJECT TRAINING CITIZENS; 32 Students Have Jobs for Summer in Government
  • TENNESSEE RIVALS BATTLE FOR VOTES; Primary Thursday to Decide Close Democratic Race
  • 2 DIE IN GUN FIGHT IN MONTANA COURT; Mayor and Man Convicted of Assault Dead 2 Wounded
  • ARGENTINA BUYS WOODS HOLE SHIP; Atlantis to Sail About Labor Day Under New Flag
  • MILWAUKEE HEDGES ON U.S. POVERTY AID
  • Maine Shelter for Wildlife Planned
  • 100, Well and in Hospital
  • Court Holds U.S. Must Pay For Assassination Weapons
  • Bats in the Washroom Close Down a Library
  • A.J.C. Reports It Aided 413,000 in 30 Nations
  • STATE AIDE SCORES 'BILLBOARD LOBBY'; McMorran Decries Defeats on Road Beautification
  • 5 Held in Suffolk Disorder Released in Cleric's Custody
  • G.O.P. RIGHT WING AIMING AT SMYLIE; Opposes Idaho Governor's Bid for a Fourth Term
  • Couple and 2 Children Saved as Cruiser Burns
  • Dunn's Orchestra Gets Manager
  • Pearson Challenged in Kansas
  • Protestants and Catholics Join to Build a Church
  • Negro Evangelist Scores Negro Clergy
  • Jersey Bank Robbed by Pair
  • FLORIDA CONTEST OFF TO FAST START; G.O.P. Gubernatorial Foe's Race Worries Democrats
  • Carmichael Says Negroes Must Organize Themselves
  • Serious Crime Increases 12% in Month in Chicago
  • British Close Colonial Office
  • Political Parties to Hold Conventions in California
  • Nephew of Slain Gangster Shot
  • Piledrivers Accept Pact
  • CAVANAGH PUSHES DRIVE IN MICHIGAN; But Williams Is Given Edge in Democratic Senate Bid
  • NEW LAW URGED ON FUND RAISING; Lack of Campaign Reports Scored in Connecticut
  • Youth Convicted of Murder During Violence in Watts
  • MAINE'S CAMPAIGN IN SUMMER SLUMP; Fete for Mrs. Smith Today Expected to Speed It Up
  • PUERTO RICO SPLIT OVER STATEHOOD; Report on Status of Island Is Expected to Urge a Vote
  • HOFFA SEEKS PROOF OF U.S. WIRET APPING
  • Schriever to Get Award
  • 'LINE C' IS SOUGHT BY CONSERVATIVES; Party Hopes to Top Liberals in Gubernatorial Vote
  • Man Arrested in the Bronx And Charged With 2 Rapes
  • School Lunch Week Proclaimed
  • NEGRO IN BOGALUSA IS SHOT TO DEATH
  • Johnsons at Camp David
  • Mayor Giving Night Owls Party; Plans to Continue the Program
  • ISOTOPES HARNESSED FOR MILK PRODUCTION
  • CHARITY EMPLOYES MAY BE UNIONIZED; Labor Council Drive Aims at Y.M.C.A. and Other Groups
  • Malinovsky Reports Soviet Is Strengthening Its Forces
  • CENTER WILL FOCUS ON HUMAN RELATIONS
  • U.S. and Latin Troops Leaving Dominican Republic Peace Force
  • RUMOR HAS JAVITS IN GOVERNOR RACE; Democrat Tells of a Report of Trade With Rockefeller
  • Colombian Air Crash Kills 8
  • Soviet Labor to Aid Vietcong
  • Planes Strafe South Arabia
  • BILLS ARE SIGNED ON NURSING HOMES; Measures to Speed Building of Nonprofit Institutions
  • Queens Rabbi Plans To Scale Mt. Sinai For Stone Tablets
  • LEGACY IN BRAZIL: AN OFFICIAL PARTY; Alliance Granted Monopoly Status by Castelo Branco
  • Syria Curbs Aleppo Rightists
  • CANADA RIGHTISTS FORM NEW GROUP; Body Is Dedicated to Fight on 'Creeping Socialism'
  • Chinese Defector in Syria Identified as Envoy's Aide
  • Opposite Trends in West
  • CAIRO EDITOR SCORES TWO ARAB REGIMES
  • Polish Stamp Dedicated
  • U.N. SPACE TREATY IS GAINING GROUND; Geneva Reports Progress by 28-Nation Committee
  • 2,000 Jews Hail Israeli Leader As He Visits Rabbi in Brooklyn
  • COUVE DE MURVILLE GLOOMY ON VIETNAM
  • Moscow Puts In Good Word For Venders on Beaches
  • Spaniard Who Spotted H-Bomb Requests $5-Million From U.S.; Fisherman Submits a Claim for 'Compensation' ...
  • Greece's Political Calm Seen Ending in a Storm
  • British Boys' School the Winner As Gambling Club Rents Space
  • U.S. AND RUSSIANS AGREE ON FISHING; Salmon Areas on Coast Are Barred to Soviet Ships
  • SOVIET ECONOMY CALLED LAGGARD; U.S. Study Finds Growth Rate Markedly Falling
  • 5 Killed in Head-On Crash
  • U.S. Fishing Boat Skipper Says Soviet Craft Hit His
  • LIBERAL DECRIES WILSON PAY PLAN; He Fears Devaluation After Mandatory Freeze
  • BELGIAN CONSUL OUSTED BY CONGO; Ties Continue to Deteriorate Mutiny Is Unchecked
  • Statue of George V and Other British Figures Trouble Indians
  • French Nuclear Tests' Financial Impact on People of Polynesia Is Easing
  • Plans for U.N. Building in Geneva Near Completion
  • French-Russian Tourism Up
  • 880,000 Lire Found in Trash
  • Peking Renews Criticism Of Ex-Leader in the Arts
  • SIHANOUK SUGGESTS IMPROVED U.S. LINKS
  • NIGERIAN REBELS HOLD TRUCE TALKS; Meet Army Chiefs at Airport Ironsi Still a Hostage LAGOS, Nigeria, ...
  • RHODESIA TO EXPEL 8 FOREIGN TEACHERS
  • JAPAN AND SOVIET MAP CLOSER TIES; Gromyko's Visit Yields Plan for Effort in Every Field
  • Greek Bus Strike Extended
  • U.S. Denies Any Ally Flies in Raids on North
  • Thant Repeats Warning By RAYMOND H. ANDERSON
  • PACIFIC IS LOSING ITS FLYING BOATS; New Zealand Craft Aiding Islands Become Obsolete
  • WRECKAGEIN BOLIVIA IS IDENTIFIED AS U-2
  • Thant Says Moscow Is Firm in Support of Hanoi
  • Japanese Find Social Ills Mar Glitter of Industrial Advances
  • 90 Enemy Bodies Found Where U.S. Planes Struck
  • China Says Japan, Soviet And U.S. Form Alliance
  • Saigon Frees Political Foes
  • Intended as Warning
  • Argentina Decrees University Control; Argentina's Regime Takes Control of the National Universities
  • HIGH ASIAN REDS MET IN VIETNAM; Secret Parley Near Saigon Halted by Chance Patrol
  • Briton Evicts U.S. Officer
  • Chief of North Vietnamese Army Not Seen in Public Since May 10; Absence of Giap May Mean a Party Rift ...
  • Academy Run by Saigon's Army Offers Opportunity to Poor Boys
  • 47 CONGRESSMEN BID U.S. REBUKE KY; Urge the Administration to Dissociate Itself From 'Spirit of Escalation' ...
  • U.S. PLANES BOMB BUFFER TERRITORY DIVIDING VIETNAM; Blow at Demilitarized Zone, First in War, Is Ordered ...
  • U.S. Flier's Trek To Safety Recalls Longer One in '45
  • CITY SEEKS ADVICE ON WATER METERS; 70 Municipalities Have Been Asked to Report on How Their Systems ...
  • Report Finds Job Market In City Steadily Shrinking; City's Job Market Found Shrinking
  • Racial Attack Here Critically Injures 5; NEGROES ATTACK 5 BROOKLYN BOYS
  • Eskimos in Alaska Turn to Politics; Poverty Grips Eskimos on Bering and Arctic Coasts of Alaska; Political ...
  • OPPOSITION RISES TO AIRLINE PACT; VOTE DUE TODAY; Leaders of Several Locals Urge Members to Reject Proposed ...
  • KENNEDY QUITS JUDGESHIP TALKS; Criticizes Party Discussions as a 'Frantic Effort' to Honor Past Pledges ...
  • BRITAIN CAPTURES WORLD SOCCER CUP; West Germany Loses, 4-2, in Overtime Before 100,000
  • $10-MILLION LOST TO CITY BY DELAY IN POVERTY DRIVE; Refunded to U.S. After June Deadline Passes Head ...
  • 15 in Bronx Home Are Held Hostage By Fleeing Gunman; Gunman Holds 15 Hostages in Bronx
  • OTHER BONDS
  • LUMBER PRODUCTION DECLINES FOR WEEK
  • Cash Prices
  • British Bill Rate Rises
  • British Pound Drops 12 Points; Canadian Dollar Is Unchanged
  • AUTHORITY BONDS
  • Bonds: Prices Show Declines in Light Trading; SHORT-TERM RATE FOR MONEY RISES Commercial Paper Is Lifted ...
  • COCOA ADVANCES ON NIGERIA NEWS; But Then Retreats Under the Pressure of Profit Taking --Potatoes Irregular
  • Treasury Statement
  • Vice President Named By Western Union Co.
  • Money
  • Summary of the Day; N.Y. STOCK EXCHANGE
  • Report by Britain Weakens Shares On American List
  • Sidelights; Imports of Steel: New Study
  • Standing Letters of Credit For Latin America Decline
  • STOCK PRICES SLIP IN LIGHT TRADING; Ninth Drop in 10 Sessions Pushes Major Averages to New Lows for ...
  • Owens Illinois Elects A New Vice President
  • Share Offering Is Planned
  • Financiers to Back Brokerage House; Two Financiers To Underwrite New Stock Brokerage House
  • Article 1 -- No Title
  • Merger Talks Dropped
  • SE LABS PURCHASE PLANNED BY E.M.I.; Maker of Records Seeking an Equipment Concern MERGERS SLATED BY ...
  • PROFIT MARK SET BY ADMIRAL CORP.; 2d-Quarter Income Rises to 60c a Share From 21c
  • Missile Gantry Escape Devised; Series of Cabins at Various Levels of Tower Designed Units Give Shelter ...
  • U.S. Concern to Give Gift to Babies Born on Discovery Day; It's Potash Time Again in Canada
  • GULF SET TO PIPE OIL FROM BOLIVIA; Exports to Flow From Rich Fields in the Tropics GULF SET TO PIPE ...
  • Milestone or Millstone?; Common Market Farm Accord Poses Problems in Ties With Britain and U.S. BLOC'S ...
  • CHASE BRASS CO. PLANS PRICE CUT; Action Is Based on Easing Shortage of Copper Used for Mill Products
  • World Bank Votes $130-Million For Three New Projects in Aid
  • Rift at East Africa Trade Talk Casts Shadow on Bloc's Future
  • Store Networks Said to Require More Links for Big-City Areas; Allied's Chief Notes Plans of Own Chain ...
  • Senior Post Is Filled At General Precision
  • Cable Contract Awarded
  • Sales and Earnings Reports Issued by Corporations
  • BUSINESS RECORDS; BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDINGS EASTERN DISTRICT
  • Andretti Unhurt in Crash
  • Table for High Tide for Waters Adjacent to New York
  • CANADA RAILROAD RAISES EARNINGS; Net for National Railways Soars in First Half Atlantic Coast Line OTHER ...
  • MORTGAGE RATES CONTINUE TO RISE; Average Cost for New Home Reaches 6.07% in June, Bank Board Reports ...
  • WHOLESALE PRICES SHOW DROP OF 0.1%
  • 100,000 WILL SEE GAME IN LONDON; England, in Final for First Time, Is a 2-1 Favorite --Contest on TV Here
  • Boating Outlook
  • Surgery for Sir Stanley
  • Ray Larsson Paces Sweden To Lead in Dinghy Regatta
  • Bay Shore Cruise Week Series
  • PORTSMOUTH IS 3-1 IN TIDAL HANDICAP; In Zeal Is Second Choice in $60,200 Closing Feature-- 40,000 Fans ...
  • SCHOLLANDER SETS WORLD SWIM MARK
  • 9 SKIPPERS CLINCH RACE WEEK TITLES; Benedict, Doris Obrig Gain 5th Consecutive Victories
  • British Cricket Results
  • Board Rejects Beattie's Appeal
  • Soviet Athletes Shatter 3 Weightlifting Records
  • Yonkers Raceway Entries
  • St. Catharines Wins Two Races, Holds Lead in Canadian Henley

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  • 14 Savings Institutions Rescued
  • 20 Feared Dead in Crash of Mexican Plane
  • 3 Palestinians Die Of Gunshot Wounds In Fights With Army >
  • 425 Subway Cars Later, Contract Is Completed
  • 44 Wild Horses Killed
  • ABROAD AT HOME; On Civil Liberty
  • Absurd Lengths for a Mob Trial
  • Aceto Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Admar Group reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Advantage Companies Inc reports earnings for
  • AFP Imaging CorpO) reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • A GARDENER'S WORLD; Among Fall's Glories, Graceful Vines
  • AIDES TO JACKSON SAY DUKAKIS SEEKS CURB ON HIS ROLE
  • Ambulance Workers Say E.M.S. Underestimates Response Times
  • American Claims Evaluation reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • American Consulting Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • American Physicians Service Group Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • American Realty Trust reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • American Recreation Centers reports earnings for Year to May 25
  • American Stores Co reports earnings for Qtr to July 30
  • Ananda Journal; Commune Flourishes, As Does Neighborliness
  • Anaren Microwave Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Angeles Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Angola Confirms Pullout by Pretoria's Forces
  • Anthony Holland Tribute
  • Arbitrator Finds Baseball Owners In Second Free-Agent Conspiracy
  • Argentina Wants Talks
  • Arraignment Held in Hospital In Assault Case
  • Atlantic Financial Federal reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • At Night, Drugs Invade The Projects
  • Autoclave Engineers Inc reports earnings for Qtr to May 31
  • Banter Before Denver Crash
  • Barbara E. Carter, Author, 63
  • Baseball Notebook; Remember Sept. 1, Then Bet the House
  • BASEBALL; Puckett's 2 Homers Boost Viola to 20th
  • Beatrice Bond Prices Dip
  • Beauty Laboratories Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • BellSouth Plans to Offer Access to Data Bases
  • Berkline Corp reports earnings for Qtr to July 2
  • Berkshire Gas Co reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Best Products Co reports earnings for Qtr to July 30
  • Biscayne Holdings reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Blast at Apartheid Foes' Office
  • Books of The Times; Heller Contemplating Rembrandt. . . .
  • Bridge
  • Brown Group Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 30
  • Building Cranes Are Boffo on Broadway
  • Burma Impasse Seems at Turning Point
  • Bush Pledges Efforts to Clean Up Air and Water
  • BUSINESS DIGEST
  • BUSINESS PEOPLE; Gasoline Chain's Chief Buys Khashoggi Unit
  • BUSINESS PEOPLE; With Sale Plan Ended, Pier 1 Sets Shifts at Top
  • Buyers Sue On Options
  • Calendar: A Harvest of City Vegetables
  • CANADA'S COMMONS BACKS TRADE PACT
  • Can Back Bay Elegance Find Success at 57th and Lex?
  • Canvas of Disney Ducks Is Sold for $75,000
  • Capital Associates Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Carnival Cruise Lines To Expand
  • CARNIVAL OF LAVISH PLUMED COSTUMES
  • Cato Corp reports earnings for Qtr to July 30
  • Corrections
  • Corrections
  • Corrections
  • Corrections
  • Corrections
  • Corrections
  • Chesterton Aphorisms Found in 2d Writer's Book
  • Choosing the Unknown Over Pinochet
  • Chubb's Rain Liabilities
  • Cimco Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Circus Circus Enterprises Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Clothestime Inc(o) reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Comarco Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Communication & Cable Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • COMPANY BRIEFS
  • COMPANY NEWS; 4UNITS AT HONEYWELL TO BE PUT UP FOR SALE
  • COMPANY NEWS; A Gallo Suit Ends
  • COMPANY NEWS; Boeing-Short Bros.
  • COMPANY NEWS; Borland Sets Restructuring
  • COMPANY NEWS; Carlyle Investors Lifts Oakite Stake
  • COMPANY NEWS; Damon Spurns Bid Worth $225 Million
  • COMPANY NEWS; Hormel Layoffs
  • COMPANY NEWS; Lower Wilson Bid From Doskocil
  • COMPANY NEWS; Olympia & York's Campeau Holdings
  • COMPANY NEWS; Tokyo Bank's Bid Is Backed by Fed
  • COMPANY NEWS; Varity Discusses Fruehauf Purchase
  • Competition Winners On Radio Music Series
  • Condominium Owners Grapple With Governing Themselves
  • CONSUMER RATES; All Yields Rise Again
  • Cordis Corporation reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Corporate Prison Term For Allegheny Bottling
  • Court Upholds Voiding of Redgrave Pact
  • CREDIT MARKETS; Bond and Note Prices Edge Up
  • CUC International Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • CURRENCY MARKETS; Dollar Climbs as Yen Falls; Gold Gains $2.50 an Ounce
  • CURRENTS; Chairs, Count 'Em, 397 in All
  • CURRENTS; Plats des Jours (et Soirs) Without the 'Little Roses'
  • CURRENTS; 'Temperate' Furniture And Clothes In London
  • CURRENTS; Warehouse Revival
  • CURRENTS; When Inspiration Strikes Twice
  • Deal Sought By Nomura
  • Deb Shops Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Delta Airliner Crashes in Texas; 13 Killed but 94 Get Out Alive
  • Delta Puzzled by Recent Scars on Its Record
  • Democrats Unveil Ads Aimed at Middle-Class Voters
  • Dow, on Rising Volume, Drops by 6.58, to 2,031.65
  • Drug Did Not Cause Birth Defects, Court Says
  • Drugs Linked to Stomach Ulcers in Elderly
  • DUKAKIS ATTACKS BUSH'S OIL STANCE
  • Electoral Dynamite
  • End Game for Yonkers
  • Energy Development Partners Ltd reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Engine Trouble? Crew Error? Investigators of Crash Search for the Answers
  • Environmental Hazards; After Years of Cleanup, Lead Poisoning Persists As a Threat to Health
  • Environmentalists Say Either Bush Or Dukakis Will Be an Improvement
  • Esprit Systems reports earnings for Qtr to May 31
  • ESSAY; Bush the Front Runner
  • EXECUTIVE CHANGES
  • FINANCE BRIEFS
  • FINANCE/NEW ISSUES; Coca-Cola Issue Totals $300 Million
  • FINANCE/NEW ISSUES; Pacific First Bonds
  • FINANCE/NEW ISSUES; Triton Energy in Offering Of $275 Million of Notes
  • First Federal Bancorp of Michigan reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Fleetwood Enterprises Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Floating Point Systems Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Football, For Real, At M.I.T.
  • For Eastern Workers, No Layoffs, But Limbo
  • Frederick Martin, Publishing Executive, 51
  • FUTURES/OPTIONS; Cocoa Price at 12-Year Low As Hopes for Accord Fade
  • Genisco Technology Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Giant Food Inc reports earnings for Qtr to Aug 13
  • Gish Biomedical Inc reports earnings for Year to June 30
  • Greenspan to Visit Japan
  • Gregorian Is Chosen as President of Brown University
  • Gunther Von Fritsch, Director, Is Dead at 82
  • Gynecology; Allergies in Sex Linked to Some Vaginitis Cases
  • Harman International Indusries Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Hawkins Chemical Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • HEALTH; 50% of Colon-Rectal Cancers Tied to Genetic Predisposition
  • Holmes, D H Ltd reports earnings for Qtr to July 30
  • Home Improvement
  • Homeless Families Won't Be Sent to the Martinique
  • Horse Racing; Gazelle Victor Surprises Foes
  • Hungary-Rumania Rift Unresolved
  • Igene Biotechnology reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Ilana S. Shapiro Wed on L.I.
  • Immucor Inc reports earnings for Qtr to May 31
  • Inamed Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • INSIDE
  • Insituform Group reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Intelligent Systems Master LP reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Intercim Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • International Yogurt reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Intrex Financial Services Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Iran Is Said to Use 'Pressure' on Iraqi Captives
  • Iraqis Reported To Mount Drive Against Kurds
  • I.R.A. Syas 3 Slain Were on Mission
  • IRT Property Co reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Jets Cleared on Powell
  • John Jeffery Bernd, 35, An Innovator in Dance
  • Jones Spacelink reports earnings for Qtr to May 31
  • KEY RATES
  • Kirov to Dance in New York After 25 Years
  • Koch and Jackson Hold Meeting, Gingerly
  • Koch and Jackson Meet in a Peace Parley Refereed by Cuomo
  • KOREANS CRITICIZE INTELLIGENCE UNIT
  • Korea to Lift Curb on Won
  • Labor Board to Allow Health Worker Unions
  • Laurentian Capital Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Dry Sludge Fertilizer
  • Dual-Faith Marriages
  • Lexington Group reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Life in the 30's
  • Litton Profits Rise by 23.4%
  • Too Young to Choose Not to Be a Mother
  • Two Other Candidates Widen the Selection
  • Two Other Candidates Widen the Selection; Photo ID for Voters
  • Unemployed Can Be Trained by Repairing a Crumbling New York
  • What if the Vincennes Had Been 'Star Wars'?
  • What if the Vincennes Had Been 'Star Wars'?; Addicted to Gadgetry
  • What if the Vincennes Had Been 'Star Wars'?; Back to the Beginning
  • Macmillan And Maxwell Begin Talks
  • Mallard Coach reports earnings for Qtr to July 30
  • Managua Lifts Wages, Devalues Its Currency
  • Mandela Moved to Private Clinic
  • Manufacturer Admits Defects In Pacemakers
  • Marcos's L.I. Summer Estate To Be Sold for $4.5 Million
  • Market Place; Sun Convinces The Skeptics
  • Marriage Is Chancier 2d Time Around
  • Matsushita Electric Industrial Co Ltd (Japan)(N) reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Maxwell Posts 2% Profit Rise
  • Mayor Who Pardoned Drunk Drivers Is Removed
  • METRO DATELINE; Biaggi's Name Stays On Democratic Ballot
  • METRO DATELINE; Killer of Girl Draws Maximum Sentence
  • METRO DATELINE; More Charges Urged In Policeman's Death
  • METRO DATELINE; Wounded Officer Is Held in Shootout
  • Metro Matters; Stiff Upper Lip: The Lonely Road Of Moynihan Foe
  • Mets Stumble On Bases In Defeat
  • Micros Systems Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Minority Poverty on Rise but White Poor Decline
  • Mitsui to Quit Iran Project
  • Monitek Technologies reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Morino Associates reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • MSA Realty Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Newmark & Lewis Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • New-Music Series In 5 Cities in New York
  • NEWS SUMMARY
  • New Yorkers Roll Up the Welcome Mat
  • New York Sets Stiff Rules On Waste
  • NFS Financial Corp reports earnings for
  • Nicholas Cortland, Actor, 47
  • Norman's Wrist Healed
  • Novell Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 30
  • Nytest Environmental reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Ocilla Industries reports earnings for Qtr to May 28
  • Offshore Drilling Ban Vetoed by Deukmejian
  • Olympic Savings Bank reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Oneida Ltd reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • OPEC Leader Visits Iraq
  • Oppenheimer Multi-Sector Inome Trust reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • OPPOSITION CALLS FOR STABLE CHILE
  • Oregon Death Certificates to List Smoking
  • Osborn Communications Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Oshman's Sporting Goods reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Parent & Child
  • Partial Accord in Bond-Default Case
  • Paul Schrader Talks of 'Last Temptation' And His New Film
  • Peoples Savings Bank reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • PERSONAL HEALTH
  • Petroleum Development Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Petrolite Corp reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Piniella and Pagliarulo Exchange Barbs
  • Preserving Old Stone Facades
  • Private Brands reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Pro-Med Capital reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Q&A
  • Quadrex Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Quiksilver Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Quotation of the Day
  • Rabbit Software reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Reagan Agrees to Pay Raise Of 4.1% for Federal Workers
  • Red Eagle Resources reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Regency Electronics Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Regional Conflicts Discussed in Moscow
  • Resource Exploration Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Review/Music; Bernstein-Gould Tribute
  • Review/Music; Just the Basics: AC/DC Plays At the Garden
  • Review/Operetta; A Retouching of Herbert's 'Naughty Marietta'
  • Review/Television; Workers and Players of Atlantic City
  • Review/Theater; Life, Death and Gossip
  • Rhoden's Victory Completes Yankees' Lost Month
  • Richton International Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Rockers for Rights: On the Eve of the Big Tour
  • Rockwood Holding Co reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Rookie and Veteran Help Jets
  • Sage Analytics International reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Sai Group Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Santiago Journal; Can Cuba Be Fun Again? Yes, but No Sex Please
  • SCHOOL CENSORSHIP CALLED PERSISTENT
  • Seitel Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Serenading Sculptures
  • Showcase Cosmetics reports earnings for Year to April 30
  • Singer Agrees to Sell Kearfott Guidance Unit
  • Six-Month Makeover: A House on the Dunes Is Transformed
  • Solzhenitsyn, in Exile, Is Asked to Join Soviet Panel
  • Somerset Group reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • SORTS OF THE TIMES; Taylor's Paid Vacation?
  • Southwall Technologies reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Southwest Realty Ltd reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Soviets Confirm Afghan Attacks
  • Sparton Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Sportsman's Guide Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Boyd's Season Ends
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Cram Injured
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Forsch an Astro
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Gondrezick Signs
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Power, Lynn to Tigers
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Volek an Islander
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Waivers for Birdsong SPORTS PEOPLE; Cram Injured SPORTS PEOPLE; Gondrezick Signs
  • Standard Havens Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Stockholder Systems reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Stratamerica reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Talking Deals; Gould Acquisition: A Different Tack
  • Targets of Collusion
  • Taylor Failed Test First Time in '87
  • TAYLOR SAYS HE MADE A 'BAD DECISION'
  • Teamsters and Producers Try to Bar Strike
  • Tech Data Corp reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Technogenetics Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Texaco Pact With Its Unit
  • THE MEDIA BUSINESS: ADVERTISING; Account
  • THE MEDIA BUSINESS: ADVERTISING; Addenda
  • THE MEDIA BUSINESS: ADVERTISING; Dale Pon Starts Agency With Media Emphasis
  • THE MEDIA BUSINESS: ADVERTISING; First Olympic Gold May Be NBC's
  • THE MEDIA BUSINESS: ADVERTISING; Ketchum/Hicks Gets Ciba Laxative Account
  • THE MEDIA BUSINESS: ADVERTISING; New Los Angeles Office
  • THE MEDIA BUSINESS: ADVERTISING; People
  • THE MEDIA BUSINESS: ADVERTISING; Postal Account To Rubicam
  • THE MEDIA BUSINESS; Gannet Rival Joins Foes Of Merger
  • Thermo Environmental reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Thieves Drive Into a Window To Rob a Store
  • Times Reaches an Accord With Deliverers
  • Tokyo Stock Prices Plunge With the Dollar Up Sharply
  • Top Designs, All Utilitarian, For $5 or Less
  • Top Matches For Today
  • Top Rutgers Back To Miss 3 Weeks
  • To Stop the Killing, Partition Burundi
  • Transactions
  • TRC Cos reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Tree Cutting Brings Charges
  • Triangle Home Products Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Tucker Drilling Co Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • TV Notes
  • TV Portrayal Of Girls Cited
  • U.N. Chief Tries New Tack in Gulf Talks Impasse
  • Unisys at 2: Key Goal Still Elusive
  • U.S. Court Backs Orchestra In Canceling Redgrave Pact
  • U.S. Ends Zimbabwe Aid Freeze
  • U.S. FOREST FIRES WORST SINCE 1919
  • U.S. OPEN; Lendl Needs 5 Sets To Stop Mansdorf
  • U.S. Open; One Down, Six to Go for Graf
  • U.S. Overpayments To Banks Are Cited In College Program
  • U.S. TIES ARMS DEAL TO A SOVIET RADAR
  • Varitronics Systems reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Voicemail International Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • WALESA, MEETING WARSAW LEADERS, URGES STRIKE HALT
  • WASHINGTON TALK; BRIEFING
  • WASHINGTON TALK/Working Profile: Jamsheed K. A. Marker; Linchpin of U.S.-Pakistan Alliance
  • Webb to Trim Staff 35%
  • Wells-Gardner Electronics Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • West Bank Drivers: A Good Offense
  • West Germany Tops Finland, 4-0
  • WHERE TO FIND IT; Brighter Oriental Rugs
  • Wiley, John & Sons Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • With the Talents of a 'Missionary and a Showman,' He Revived the Library
  • WORKMAN LOST IN BLAST OFF L.I.
  • WTD Industries Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Wyle Laboratories reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Xylogics Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 30
  • Yonkers Feeling Grip of Fiscal Rules
  • 2 Arrested in Check-Cashing Scheme
  • 9 Are Held After Raids on Seafood Houses in South
  • A Baseball Club Tells Truth; Even Accepts Consequences
  • Afghan Guerrillas Fire Rockets at Capital
  • A Foreign Policy View That Goes Beyond East vs. West
  • Airline Sues Over Sales Of Flier Miles
  • Alaska Journal; Marketing Glacier Ice Is a Hot New Industry
  • Alexander Gerber, Cardiologist, 76
  • A Month Later, Yanks Try to Regroup
  • A Multifarious Approach To Sound
  • APPEAL BY WALESA FAILS TO RESOLVE ALL POLISH STRIKES
  • A Rapid Drop In Soviet Lake Called a Crisis
  • At the Movies
  • Auctions
  • Audiotronics Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Audio-Video Affiliates Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 30
  • Bangladesh Flood Toll Up to 680 in Monsoon
  • Banks Urged to Forgive Some Third World Debt
  • Barrier Science & Technology reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Bass Group Gets Extra Day To Reach Savings Unit Deal
  • Beaman Corp reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Bill in Jersey Could Cut Cost Of Car Policies
  • Books of The Times; New York Seen Through an Englishman's Eyes
  • Brazil Votes Limit on Rates
  • 'Br'er Rabbit' Musical On a Showboat
  • Bridge
  • BRIEFS
  • BRIEFS
  • British Tourism A Record in '87
  • BURMA RULES OUT NEW CONCESSIONS
  • Burundi Official in Brussels Seeking Aid From Europeans
  • Bush, in Enemy Waters, Says Rival Hindered Cleanup of Boston Harbor
  • BUSINESS DIGEST
  • BUSINESS PEOPLE; Chrysler Names Head Of Technologies Unit
  • BUSINESS PEOPLE; Ex-Firestone President Takes Post at Whirlpool
  • Cadbury Posts Profit Increase
  • California Jockey Club reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Canadian Open; Alternate Steps In To Trail By Shot
  • Car Sales Rise in Japan
  • Correction
  • Correction
  • Correction
  • Central Sprinkler Corp reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Century Medicorp reports earnings for Qtr to May 31
  • Child World Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 30
  • CHILE ENDS EXILE OF ALLENDE FAMILY
  • 'Circuit Breaker' Plans Filed
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL; Peete Leads Southern Cal in 34-7 Rout
  • COMPANY NEWS; Amoco Completes Takeover of Dome
  • COMPANY NEWS; Andersen And Utility In Inquiry
  • COMPANY NEWS; Brookhurst Trims Its Stake in Zenith
  • COMPANY NEWS; Chrysler Venture With Mitsubishi
  • COMPANY NEWS; Computer Concern In 17% Stock Drop
  • COMPANY NEWS; Crazy Eddie Stake
  • COMPANY NEWS; Goodman Fielder Ends Bid for Ranks
  • COMPANY NEWS; Mark IV Suggests Higher Armtek Bid
  • COMPANY NEWS; May Stores Begins Offer for Shares
  • COMPANY NEWS; Presidio Oil to Buy Energy Properties
  • COMPANY NEWS; Sale Terms Set On Texaco Unit
  • COMPANY NEWS; San Diego Gas Rejects Higher Bid From SCE
  • COMPANY NEWS; United Chemicals
  • CONCERN ON MEESE PROMPTS TRIP BAN
  • Congas in the Night
  • CONSTRUCTION SPENDING UP 1.2% IN JULY
  • CPI Corp reports earnings for Qtr to July 23
  • Credit Agreement By Cable Operator
  • CREDIT MARKETS; Treasuries Flat in Listless Session
  • Crew Discussed Engine Problem Before Jet Crash
  • Cubans Talked Secretly With the Angolan Rebels
  • Cuomo Signs Bill on AIDS Confidentiality
  • Curfew On, and Off Again
  • CURRENCY MARKETS; Dollar and Pound Drop; Gold Falls
  • Datametrics Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Datavision Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Diagnostic Ventures reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Diner's Journal
  • Dining Out Guide: Near Shopping and Movies
  • Dow Drops By 29.34, To 2,002.31
  • Dr. Hans Lewy, 83, Mathematics Profesor
  • Dukakis and Jackson: Still Apart
  • Dukakis Camp Warned on Debates' Deadline
  • DUKAKIS SCORNS BUSH VOW OF EDUCATION LEADERSHIP
  • Economic Scene; How Well Off Are Workers?
  • ED (NICE GUY) KOCH?; Prompted by Session With Jackson, The Mayor Tries to Upgrade Image
  • EIL Instruments Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Engineers Quit Koppers
  • EXECUTIVE CHANGES
  • Failing Security Tests Costs 32 Airlines Fines
  • F.C.C. Fights Cable Piracy
  • F.C.C. Sets Technical Guidelines For High-Definition TV in 1990's
  • Fire and Toxic Cloud in Canada Cause Alarm and Recrimination
  • For Children
  • FUTURES/OPTIONS; Corn and Soybeans Gain On Reports of Soviet Buying
  • Gerald Mast, 48, Dies; Wrote Histories of Film
  • Giants Fighting Distractions
  • Guilty Plea in Vernon Case
  • Harold S. Mohler Is Dead at 69; Long a Leader in Hershey Foods
  • Hatch Says Democrats 'Party of Homosexuals'
  • Hauserman Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Heinz, H J Co reports earnings for Qtr to July 27
  • High Court Refuses to Halt Fines Against Yonkers in Housing Case
  • High Plains Oil Corp reports earnings for Year to June 30
  • Holiday on Monday
  • Home Buying Costs Increase
  • Horse Racing Notebook; It's Post Time in Oklahoma
  • Hotel Bomb Kills 2 in Namibia
  • Idetta to Perform
  • IMT Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • In Brooklyn, A Restoration Nears an End
  • INSIDE
  • Insituform Gulf South Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 2
  • IN THE NATION; Let 'Em Eat Swiss Cheese
  • Irish Distillers Stake Is Raised
  • Israeli's Remark That Palestinians Look to P.L.O. Turns Some Heads
  • Jackson Disclaims Reports of a Curb
  • Japan Traders Get Hedge in Time
  • Jefferies, in a Short Time, Makes a Big Impression
  • Jewish Settler Shoots Troops By Mistake in Chasing Arab
  • KEY RATES
  • Knight-Ridder Deal
  • LABOR DAY REVELS IN 3 STATES
  • Labor Day Revels in Three-State Region
  • Labor Day Revels in Three-State Region
  • Labor Day Revels in Three-State Region
  • Labor Day Revels in Three-State Region
  • 'La Generala Alegre' At Gremercy Arts
  • Chain Across Hudson Held the British Off
  • Leader Booed in Mexican Congress
  • Lectec Corp reports earnings for
  • Leonor K. Sullivan, 86, Democrat of Missouri
  • German Copy of 1939 Baltic Protocol Preserved
  • Homeless Live on Upper East Side Now
  • Hussein Delivers a Challenge, but Not to P.L.O.
  • Hussein Delivers a Challenge, but Not to P.L.O.; Arab Broadcasts
  • Hussein Delivers a Challenge, but Not to P.L.O.; Israel Pays the Bills
  • Hussein Delivers a Challenge, but Not to P.L.O.; The Lesson of Belgium
  • Hussein Delivers a Challenge, but Not to P.L.O.; Time to Talk
  • Liberty Military Sales reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Library Gets A Big Music Collection
  • Litton Industries Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Lizzie Borden's Passion
  • Louis Effrat, Sportswriter, 78
  • Luis W. Alvarez, Nobel Physicist Who Explored Atom, Dies at 77
  • Man Dies in Air Show Crash; Germany Puts the Toll at 49
  • Man Held for Not Giving Jury Tompkins Sq. Tape
  • Man in the News; Tough Polish Negotiator: Czeslaw Kiszczak
  • Man Is Shot to Death As a Gunman Fires Into a Concert Crowd
  • Man, Wife and Hat
  • Market Place; The Downturn In Steel Stocks
  • Mitchell Energy & Development Corp reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Money Fund Assets Fall
  • New Date for Tyson Bout
  • New Face: Emmanuelle Chaulet; Learning From Eric Rohmer
  • New Hershey Product
  • NEWS SUMMARY
  • New York City Plans Special Foster Care For Troubled Youths
  • No Decisions on Taylor
  • No Survivors Found in Mexican Plane Crash
  • Olympic Look Head to Toe
  • OLYMPICS; On Road to Seoul, a Stop in Wardrobe
  • On Piano and Bass
  • On Stage
  • On the Jersey Shore, a Summer to Forget
  • OUR TOWNS; For 11 Tenants, Perseverance Brings a Victory
  • Panama Paid Quayle Adviser, Campaign Says
  • Paris Bank Branch Offers 10% Notes
  • Parkers Are Told Fast-Meter Alibis Won't Work Anymore
  • Perestroika's Perilous Spinoffs
  • Petrie Stores Corp reports earnings for Qtr to July 30
  • Philippines' Debt Rises
  • Plebiscite in Chile: Opposition Cautiously Hopeful
  • Pop/Jazz; Music With Distant Roots Takes Hold
  • Prab Robots reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Pretoria Seen Easing Mandela's Confinement
  • Productivity Fell by 1.4% In 2d Quarter
  • Punjab Land Mine Kills 2
  • Quayle at Ease in the Field on Southern Tour
  • Quotation of the Day
  • Ralf Ralf: Gibberish as an Art Art
  • Real Computer Glitch Halts A Simulated Shuttle Mission
  • Red Sox Cut Tigers' Lead to One Game
  • Reeves Communications Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Renaissance GRX reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Restaurants
  • Review/Art; Nachume Miller's Turbulent, Syncopated Dreams
  • Review/Film; A Nation Disillusioned
  • Review/Film; Coming Of Age In Vermont
  • Review/Film; Going Undercover in 1820's India
  • Review/Film; Just a Big Happy Family With an Odd Sense of Fun
  • Review/Operetta; Making a Virtue Out of Marietta's Lack of Same
  • Reviews/Art; Old Master Paintings From Behind Closed Doors
  • REviews/Art; Reading Messages in Conceptualism Exhibition
  • Reviews/Music; South African Band Blends Two Cultures
  • Rock Double Bill
  • Saudis to Cut Wheat Aid
  • Scope Industries Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Seoul Journal; Tortured Dissenter Lives to See Far Better Days
  • Silk Greenhouse Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Slump at Retailers Continued for August
  • Sounds Around Town
  • Sounds Around Town
  • Sounds of a Saxophone
  • SOVIET PLAYER BEATS SHRIVER
  • Soviets Warn U.S. Against Abandoning ABM Pact
  • SPORTS OF THE TIMES; Somebody Else Saw It, Too
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Gretzky Pact Extended
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; In Memory of Rooney
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Islanders Sign Top Pick
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Knicks Match Offer
  • SPORTS PEOPLE; Rose's Son Signs
  • Stewart & Stevenson Servces Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Syntex Corp reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • Teamsters Resume Talks With Hollywood Producers
  • Tennis Federation Rejects Tour Plan
  • THE LAW; At the Bar
  • THE LAW; Family Law: Battleground in Social Revolution
  • THE LAW; Role Rehearsal for Law's Women
  • THE MEDIA BUSINESS: Advertising; Ketchum Buys Health Agency
  • THE MEDIA BUSINESS: Advertising; Policy Shift By Hispanic Broadcasters
  • THE MEDIA BUSINESS: Advertising; Publix Super Markets Shifts Account to West
  • THE MEDIA BUSINESS: Advertising; Times Co. Purchases Sailing World Magazine
  • THE MEDIA BUSINESS: Advertising; WPP Group Reports A Big Rise in Earnings
  • THE MEDIA BUSINESS; I.B.M. Picks Agencies, Replacing Lord, Geller
  • Thrifty Rent-A-Car reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • To Cuomo, Campaign Is Most 'Superficial'
  • Toon Suffers Injury; May Miss Opener
  • TOPICS OF THE TIMES; Mostly Mozart, and Worse
  • TOPICS OF THE TIMES; Windshield Extortion
  • Top Matches For Today
  • Transactions
  • TV Weekend; Going One on One With America, Soviet Style
  • Two Fined for Stunt at Falls
  • Two Fire-Ravaged States Shut Forests for Holiday
  • Tylan Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • U.N. Offers Gloomy View of Gulf Talks
  • U.S. and Soviet Work Out the Basics For Expanding Student Exchanges
  • U.S. OPEN; Becker, McEnroe and Shriver Depart Early in Open
  • US Shoe Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • U.S. to End Bond Plan
  • U.S. Won't Recall Samurai
  • Warner Computer Systems reports earnings for Qtr to July 31
  • WASHINGTON TALK: BRIEFING; J. Edgar's Building
  • WASHINGTON TALK: BRIEFING; Videotape Collection
  • WASHINGTON TALK: BRIEFING; World After Reagan
  • WASHINGTON TALK: DEFENSE DEPARTMENT; Air Shows and Risks: At What Price Valor?
  • WEEKENDER GUIDE
  • Weekend Sounds
  • Westerbeke Corp reports earnings for Qtr to July 30
  • With Words to Music
  • 2 Specialists Lose Roles On 4 Stocks
  • 3% Cost Cuts Ordered in Connecticut
  • 3-Minute Strike in Sweden Seeks Money for the Arts
  • 3 Water Mains Break, Slowing Morning Traffic
  • 4 in Polygamy Clan Get Minimum Terms In Fatal Gun Battle
  • 6 Die in Helicopter Crash
  • 77,000 in London Hear Rock Stars Make Music for Human Rights
  • 9 Reportedly Seized as Suspects in Zia Crash
  • A Big Step For Rehe
  • About New York; 'Manly Drivers' Discuss Horses Without Hats
  • After Mental Collapse, Officer Sues for Pension
  • Aileen Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 30
  • American Bionetics Inc reports earnings for Year to May 31
  • American Guaranty Financial Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Amplification: Making It All Clear
  • ANSWERS TO QUIZ
  • An Unexpected Visitor
  • Archdiocese to Continue Foster-Care Services
  • Arrow Industries Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 25
  • A Trial to Match a Huge Default
  • Baseball; Red Sox Again Fail To Gain on Tigers
  • Belvedere Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Birth Control Order Is Overturned
  • Bolt Technology Corporation reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Bombay Palace Restaurants Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 10
  • BOOKS OF THE TIMES; Anne Tyler's Couple on a Journey
  • BRAZIL COMPLETE NEW CONSTITUTION
  • BRIDGE
  • Burmese Rallies Seek Immediate Democracy
  • Bush Classmate Recalls No Flag Pledge
  • BUSH LASHES BACK AT KENNEDY TAUNT
  • BUSINESS DIGEST: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1988
  • Canadian Open; Green, Sluman Share 2d-Round Lead
  • Candelaria Pitching To Leave
  • Cardiac Control Systems Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Caribbean Select Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Caroline L. Rhoden Married
  • Carriage Industries Inc reports earnings for Qtr to July 3
  • Catalyst Thermal Energy Corp reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • Corrections
  • Corrections
  • Chariot Group Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • CMS Advertising Inc reports earnings for Qtr to June 30
  • COMPANY BRIEFS
  • COMPANY NEWS; Acquisition Of Cherokee Group Near
  • COMPANY NEWS; British Petroleum
  • COMPANY NEWS; Distillers and Pernod in Talks
  • COMPANY NEWS; Texaco Canada

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