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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 LETHBRIDQE HERALD Wednesday, October 16, 1974 Show running at three Moscow theatres Brezhnev hero in new Soviet film on peace By LYNNE OLSON MOSCOW (AP) In a cartoon segment of ,a new Soviet documen- tary film, two little men, obviously afraid of each other, are building neighboring houses bristling with guns The arms race con- tinues until the houses disappear in a forest of weapons One shot is fired and both houses are blown up, along with the entire world The neighbors, somewhat the worse for wear, climb out of the ruins and start attack- ing each other with axes and clubs. The message of the cartoon, part of a documentary on Soviet foreign policy, is this If the arms race between the Soviet Union and United States continues unabated, one shot may reduce the globe to a pre-cave man con- dition The two-hour color film, entitled The Dif- ficult Roads of Peace, is designed to convince the Soviet people that the peace program of the Communist party, es- pecially identified with General Secretary Leonid I Brezhnev, is necessary to avert such a catastrophe Glorified Brezhnev is the un- questioned hero of the movie, now being shown at three Moscow theatres. His negotiations with former Western lead- Charles de Gaulle and Georges Pompidou of France, West German Chancellor Willy Brandt and President Richard M are shown and discussed at length At the time of Nixon's resignation, there was speculation that the Communist party chief- tain might suffer politi- cal damage at the hands of Soviet opponents for his identification with Nixon and the policy of easing tensions with the United States But the movie, un- doubtedly sanctioned by high party officials, emphasizes strongly the importance of strengthening U.S.- Soviet ties and the role of Nixon in achieving that aim It shows film clips of the three Nixon- Brezhnev summit meetings, including the Jast one in June and July, but does not men- tion Nixon's res- ignation a month later. The head of the Soviet Union's U.S.A. In- stitute, Georgy Ar- batov, is interviewed in the film about the U.S. desire for detente, say- ing that aspiration arose from worsening U S. relations with Western Europe and Japan and from its own internal problems Nixon "But it is necessary to do justice to President Nixon and the govern- ment of the United States, Arbatov adds "They were able to see the problems and insert some corrections in their policy He (Nixon) showed an interest in things that were chang- ing in the world TV marathon raises for United Way EDMONTON (CP) A 20- hour televised entertainment marathon raised almost 000 for the United Way during the weekend, exceeding the expectations of organizers "I had the wildly optimistic figure of in said Hugh Harvey, executive director of the charitable campaign "I'm excited about this, I really am I've learned a lot in the last 20 hours The best way to get information to people is through entertaining them You get information out to the people without them really be- ing aware that it is infor- mation. "It has involved the com- munity in an entirely new way. It produces a level of intensity and excitement that you couldn't get otherwise The show was hosted by star Tommy Banks and featured such television entertainers as Leonard Nimoy of Mission Impossible, Arte Johnson of Laugh In, Bob McGrath of Sesame Street and Kay Turner, the woman who acts as the barmaid in the program The Pig and Whistle Contributors from Ed- monton and District telephoned the show to pledge MIXED NUTS Johnsons World Wide Seven Seas 13 oz. net wt. tin Manufacturer's Food Offers MARGARINE Solo Colored, 1 1b. pkg RQc XVV TOMATO JUICE CQc Heinz Canada Fancy, 48 fl.oz. tin IrV DRINK CRYSTALS Quench Flavoured Assorted 3V4 to 3% oz. pkg. Pkg. of 4 MARGARINE Mom's Colored, 11b. pkg. TOMATO KETCHUP QQo Heinz Keg O', 32 fl.oz. 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