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Monitor Archive for February 19, 1986

Journey to the Arlberg, skiing's `Mecca'
Lack of options
A cat named Maigret
Rescued by his love of the circus
L.A. Pops: wooing and wowing audiences with concerts that sparkle
Victims often confused and ashamed as well as frightened
Fashion the cows drool over
Bland bean curd makes a tasty dish
Soviet officials' ouster hints at coming criticism of Brezhnev
Matching income with home-buying outgo
Suspend US aid to Marcos now
Winnie Mandela's appeal shows why husband still jailed
FOR THE LOVE OF PEANUT BUTTER
West's deluge
Rebels deal setback to USSR in third world. But Moscow remains willing to pay price to support sympathetic regimes
Army Gen. Wetzel rides point for US forces in Germany BY]By Peter Grier, Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor
Brighten the winter scene with a simple brunch
Tale of an immigrant family. Grandson's play glows with homespun humor, humanity
Communist Party gathering: a turning point for the Soviet Union
Lessons from misfortune
S. Korean leaders try to stop move to revise Constitution
S. Africa: black youth fuel township unrest. Their chief target: blacks working for white government
Letters to the Editor. Defense and strategic planning
Up 'n over!
FOR THELOVE OF PEANUT BUTTER
France looks for ways to ship an unwanted Duvalier off to the US
Toxic-waste issue boiling in Bay State. Trial likely to prompt more serious thinking about victims' compensation
Pulitzer-nominated epic poem is cry for America
Oil-price drop causing profound changes in world. Tide of petrodollars that washed over oil-producing nations in `70s is ebbing
How oil-blessed Alberta has sunk surplus revenues into funds for rainy days
Glimpses of Bill