I think it is the fact that you are stuck at block 178910 (or 178916 as in your previous post) that is preventing you seeing the transactions at : 185cuK5cLvu7BGPL5Zgnmd1F6bi2Aor1Tw
Block 178910 is about a week ago, whereas the transactions at 185cu are dated May 13th.
I just ran MultiBit (v0.3.5) and reset the blockchain from before that block to see if there was a general problem with reading blocks 178910 and 178916 - they both were read in fine.
I suggest you do a couple of things:
1) Send me your log files, which will be in the Russian equivalent of:
C:/Documents and Settings/<your username>/Application Data/MultiBit/log
(It might be 'roaming' rather than 'Application Data' depending on your version of Windows).
The two files are multibit_console.log and multibit_debig.log. I will then have a look through them.
2) If Blazr's suggestion does not work and you just want to get your bitcoin now, I suggest you export the private key out of MultiBit and import it into a blockchain.info wallet. (The private key is the most important think with bitcoin - as long as you have that you can get your bitcoin). To do this, do the following:
2.1) Choose the wallet in question in the wallet side panel.
2.2) Export the private keys WITHOUT A PASSWORD in the 'Export private keys' screen.
2.3) Open the output key file, select everything and copy it into your paste buffer.
2.4) Go to http://blockchain.info
and either log in to your blockchain.info wallet or create a new one.
2.5) Go to the 'Import/Export' screen.
2.6) In the 'Import Wallet' text area, paste in the contents of the key file.
2.7) Press 'Import Wallet'.
This puts your private keys in your blockchain.info wallet.
(You sometimes have to log out/ shut down/ start up/ login again to get blockchain.info to refresh the wallet to see the transactions).
Let me know how you get on.