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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE lETHBVinGE HERA1D Tuesday, October 26, 1971 Brezhnev hints at French friendship pact LOVE AT FIRST EITE It's love at first as Snowball the ox takes a nip at singer Anne Murray's pancho during filming of a television special at Black Creek Pioneer Vil- lage in Toronto. Livestock man Jack Cowan Iries to pull Snowball and companion Whitey as the damage is done. PAJUS (AP) Leonid I. Brezhnev made an indirect ap- peal Monday for a friendship treaty with France as he began' a six-day visit, his first to the West as Soviet Communist party chief. Heavy security precautions were in force to guard against anti-Soviet outbursts such as the kind that greeted Premier! Alexei N. Kosygin in Canada last week. In a brief speech at the presi- dential palace before he started his first round of talks with President Georges Pompidou, Brezhnev recalled that at each of the previous meetings of French and Soviet leaders "a new impulse" was given to; French-Soviet relations. Then Brezhnev who seems io' be emerging as his country's i principal foreign policy spokes-' man, said: "We arrived in France with the sincere desire to do every- thing possible to continue to promote Franco-Soviet rela- Hons, to raise them to a still higher level. APPEAL FOR TREATY Diplomatic sources immedi- ately interpreted this as a pub- lic appeal for a friendship treaty, something the Soviets have been pressing for in pri- vate during the intense prepara- tions for the Kremlin leader's The French have resisted the counter between Brezhnev and Pompidou. They said the Sovi- ets appeared "disgruntled." In his welcoming address at proposal because it would imply Elysee Palace, Pompidou a French split with the North! said relations between Atlantic Treaty Organization, i and Moscow was "a nec- Thc sources said Pompidou was essary element" for European prepared lo tell this to the! security. Kremlin leader if Brezhnev The French president said his raised the point. conversations with Brezhnev The informants said there was permit us not only to "some tension" in the first en-! on a" tllc 8reat questions which are raised in the world but above all to create the bases for an agreement for a continuous effort in favor of peace." While the French and Rus- sians may disagree about the necessity for a friendship treaty, they do hold parallel views on the Soviet Union's pet project of a European security conference. Sources said it was probable Pompidou would join Brezhnev in a call to intensify prepara- tions for the gathering. Brezhnev, at Soviet insist- ence, was given chief-of-state treatment on this initial venture to the West. A 101-gun salute was fired as he left his Ilyushin jetliner and descended the ramp I of the aircraft to a red carpet where Pompidou awaited him. the top of the heap in the rough-and-tumble of Communist party politics and who helped oust Nikila S. Khrushchev in ISHM was being lodged in Ver- sailles at the Trianon Palace built by Louis XIV, the Sun King. The security precaxitions were said to be the most extensive for the visit of any foreign leader in recent French experi- ence. LEONID HREZHN'EV Indirect appeal 1 Tlie man who scrambled to Nfld. printers back to work ST. JOHN'S Nfld. (CD-Pro- duction workers have gone bad; to work with The Telegram fol- lowing a walkout last week w h i c h forced the afternoon daily newspaper to publish re- duced editions. Members of the Internation- al Printers and Prcssmens Union said their former con- tract was void because The Telegram started a six- day publishing week. They said their contract was based on a five day week. A company "spokesman said damage actions filed against members of the union have been withdrawn. The reason was the threat o[ demonstrations by Jewish or- ganizations, the extreme right wing and the vocal band of Maoists who carry on a running feud with orthodox Communists. Another source of worry was the community of emigres from Eastern Europe. There were scuffles near the airport between French Com- munists and a few Jews who j shouted their opposition to what they maintain is anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union. Along Brezhnev's route in Paris police arrested a few youths who screamed their hostility. PENILE LAXATIVE From the makers of Take gentle-acting Nature's remedy! Nt is an dll vegetable l-i For over years, Nl has bnen giving folks effective relief overnight. Nl tonight... tomorrow alright! RCGUIAR'CHQCQIAK CO Al ED-JUNIORS Theatre grants announced OTTAWA (CP) Grants lo- taliuig were made to 14 theatre groups across Canada by the Canada Council today. None of the groups had re- ceived council grants before. Host lean heavily toward Cana- dian and experimental plays. The grants range from S3.000 to tha largest going to the Theatre du Trident, a new Quebec City company. Other groups receiving grants: Theatre New Bruns- wick, Fredericton; Saidye Bronfman Centre, Montreal; Theatre Passe-Muraillc, To- ronto; La Fcndation Touring players Foundation, Toronto; Canadian Mime Theatre. Niag- ara-on-the-Lake, Ont; Bastion Theatre. Victoria; Rainbow Stage Theatre, Winnipeg; Le Centre du Theatre d'Aujourd'hui. Montreal: Reve- nue Theatre, Montreal; Theatre o. Edmonton; Studio Lab Thea- tre, Toronto; Factory Theatre Lab, Toronto; and the New Play Centre. Vancouver. 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