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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Auflutt If78 THI IITHMIDOI HtRAlD 35 U.S. sees Peron as best hope for Argentina By DAVID P1NDEK New York Times Service WASHINGTON In a rever- sal of the United States government has come to view Juan Domingo Peron not as a menace but as Argentine's best hope for political stability and economic progress. This reappraisal was ad- vanced in interviews by top officials of the state depart- ment involved with South American affairs and was con- iirmed by the Argentine em- bassy as its understanding of current U.S. policy. The which evolved gra- dually and appears to have been influenced as much by a revision of thinking about Peron's first period of rule from 1946 to his ouster in 1935 as by the tempestuous course of Argentine politics in the last year. But it has reached the point where a visitor to ope the policy making floors of the state department was think this is the mo- ment for Peron. He alone can bring cohesion to Argentina. There is no one else left. So he has come to represent oppor- This new attitude is in strik- ing contrast to the original estimate of Peron at the end of Second World War when he was officially viewed by Wash- ington as at best a disruptive force and at wont as a Fas- cist dictator. Members of the Argentine community here appear to have undergone a similar change of heart. Fit at 73 Governor-General Roland perhaps the fit- test 73-year-old man in shows off his famous high kick in Toronto Friday. Mr. Michener on hand for the opening of an exercise course called Vita Par- cours of a IVa-mile course that nos 20 Average Russian all for better ties with U.S. By HEDRICK SMITH New York Times Service MOSCOW Among ordinary Soviet the success of Leonid I. Brezhnev's trip to the United States last month has kindled two palpable urges the demand for American con- sumer goods and the itch to have a look at America for themselves. Both remain far beyond the reach of the common man for the foreseeable future. Occas- when the controlled Soviet press extols joint space parallel scientific re- search or developing economic deals with the ordi- nary people will grumble pri- vately that they are being left out. am all for better relations vith the United an engineer in his late 30's com- how does this af- fect us ordinary people It is the higher-ups who get to go to HOPES GENERATED There is no mistaking the hopes that are quietly being generated at every level by improved relations. Liberal es- tablishment intellectual oues- tion Americans closely about the possibilities of freer travel or a freer flow of newspapers and magazines in the new era of Soviet-U.S. ac- commodation. you think they'll ever allow your newspaper to go on sale even a few a novelist asked this correspon- dent with a mixture of hope and skepticism. Others were fascinated and encouraged not only by Brezh- nsv's decision to show a human side during his journey but aiso by the brief glimpse of or- dinary American televis ion broadcasts relayed here during the party chief's visit. Some Russians were especially struck by an American network pro- gram that invited listeners to telephone questions for a Soviet dignitary who was being inter- viewEd. questions from listen- a middle aged Mos- cow resident rolling her eyes at the thought of such a impermissible on con- trolled Soviet programs. created quite a sensation among some of my friends.'1 Ordinary working people in places as far apart as the Latvian coastal resorts around Riga and the I open rolling country around I the Volga River seem more 1 interested in American consum- er goods than in the more dis- tant political or cultural and intellectual potential of improv- j ed relations. the politicians are talking mostly about but ordinary people are Brezhnev went to Amer- so maybe we vdll get American cigarettes and chew- ing gum.' A light hearted Latvian youth remarked. He also hoped for more American movies. 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