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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, June 1, 1974 New York premiere in July Glowing reviews for Canadian film By WILLIAM BORDERS New York Times Service MONTREAL A brash Montrealer named Duddy Kravitz is facing his big test in New York this summer, and a lot of Canadian hopes are riding on his success. Duddy, a likable hustler, is the hero of a comic Canadian novel called "The Apprenticeship Of Duddy which has just been made into a movie The film, starring the American actor Richard Dreyfuss. opens in PANEL DISCUSSION GOVERNMENT INVOLVEMENT and LIMITATIONS f RESOURCE PEOPLE t HARRY STROM. BILL WISE i WERNER SCHMIDT A SPEAKERS RULON LELCHFIELD, ART DULLOCK GORDON DLANCHARD and FRANK ROMEKE JUNES p.m. HAT New York in July With gross receipts of in the six weeks since its release here, "Duddy Kravitz" is doing extremely well for a Canadian film, attracting crowds and glowing reviews in 12 cities from Vancouver to Montreal. But, as is often the case with the culture of this self- conscious country, many people here will judge its real success in terms of the American reaction that follows its New York Premiere. Moreover, the chance that it is getting in the United States, where Canadian films are not often shown, could have broader benefits as well for much of Canada's precarious English language film industry. Paramount, which is planning to spend half a million dollars promoting the film in the U.S., expects to open it in New York about six weeks from now and in two dozen other American cities soon after that. Some of its fans here predict that the picaresque figure of Duddy Kravitz, who is a kind of Jewish Holden Caulfield, will ultimately become as familiar in the U.S. as he is here, where the novel, first published in 1959, is now studied in some schools. The "apprenticeship" of the title is Buddy's flamboyant coming of age in tne streets of the tough Jewish working class neighborhood that belongs to neither of Montreal's two more visible worlds the French and the Anglo-Saxon. Mordecai Richler, 43-year- old author of both the novel and the screenplay, is the son of a junk peddler and the grandson of a Rabbi who came here from Poland Singing evangelist gaining popularity Whoop-up performer Nashville recording star Blake Emmons will be performing in Lethbridge during the first three days of the Whoop-up Days celebration, July 15 to 17. The Canadian-born country and western singer will appear in the Whoop-up Days parade and is expected to appear in shows at the Exhibition Pavilion. His appear- ance in Lethbridge is being arranged by Rothmans of Canada. Major For advanced research and study in drama dance music visual arts and crafts creative writing. Individuals artists, instructors and administrators who require financial assistance for further study e mvitt-d to apply. Awards up to will be made to recognized Kiividuals who are not receiving other provincial or national assistance Preference will be given to those applicants who have lived in Alberta for the past two years or more. Write today for information t ultural Assistance Major Awards Alberta C ulture. Youth and He-creation ol Alberta 1 Ith Kloor. t'N Tower. Kdmonton. Alberta Liberia CULTURE. YOUTH AND RECREATION GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA THE Sunday Crossword IformerK the New. York Herald Tribune Crossword! Edited Robert B GiUcspic Crossword BEASTLY PUNS By Elizabeth Tuck ACROSS 1 Revoke, as a legacy 6 Do not write in this 11 Labyrinths 16 Taj Mahal city 20 TVs Luck" 21 Hailrnent of'orses 22 Hasp fastener 23 Arab's baby 24 Shawl, unhip one in Kabul' ?6 Curl; Sir Francis' travelogue' 28 Mayday' 29 Fresher 30 Language of 24 A 31 Chinese name 32 Pilaster 34 Twists 35 Liquor 36 F.atslike 38 After Job 41 "Suddenly spring' 42 Thinking 43 Nigerian people 44 Native of Burma 46 Equine drama' 48 Most humid neighbor's dog7 50 Brave as 51 Very. Fr 52 Famous Vermonter 53 Pom or "talk" 54 Pass, without stopping 55 Bookmark, of sorts 59 Stampede 61 Resurrected 63 Planetarium 64 Gambier kitty sneeze' 66 Fast cats Br swindlers' 71 Some golf tourneys 72 Keys 73 Charlie s wife 75 African spear 76 Gave up the ghost 77 Exercises 79 Turkeys double chins 81 Leaf or standard 82 Tempers 84 0 Brienand Nixon 86 Island 87 River of France 88 Animal's salt resort 90 Tungsten 92 Colonst 93 Cold or blind 95 Princely state 96 Sultry period 97 Writer John Dos 101 Tick tack toe choice X 1U3 Dofarmiob 104 Variable star 105 Sodajerk's implement 106 Seaport m 95 A DOWN 1 Ena s king 2 Sinus or Lassie 3 4 Govt agency 5 Fate' 6 Redwoods 7 Dearth 8 Profits 9 Earth goddess 10 Danish weight 11 Hellbender dmy dog' 12 Man from Ur 13 Blake's sym bolic figures 14 Indiana city, moose organ7 15 Chest pref 16 Fore and 17 Water nolder Nanny and k-d toBillv 18 Get into mischief 19 All in Berlin 24 O T music man 25 Pouch 27 Sault Ste Mane 33 Smith and 35 37 39 40 42 43 45 47 48 I 49 50 52 54 55 Lamb s km Measure of Serbia Gauges Skunk act Cat coloring Garnish Some Sea god Man from Jutland Elephant s Aces Pussy's pop Silly ones Thingamajig 108 Very unlikely spectacle 113 Caroline isl 114 Cyst 115 Pronoun 116 Lug backwards 117 Cloak 118 Peaceful 120 Squabble 121 French I 0 U 123 Dim suffix 124 Gram mood 125 usper's 'reply 127 average 129 Aberdeen hat 130 Annual plant end of Mickey and Minnie 132 Colors, gium Iranians7 135 Handle 136 Foid 137 Carnation setting 138 Check books 139 Whodunit abbr 140 Peasants Ind 141 Wee girl's nickname 142 Perceives 56 Live-forever 57 Writer Graham 58 Maiier. e g 59 Settle, as a bill 60 Dog or grub 62 Verb for Moses 64 Word with bird or call 65 Stuffy 67 Loose tatter 68 Soienodon of Haiti 69 Adrrs Bull 70 Word with out or in 21 X 21. 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ACROSS 1 Turning machines 7 He s happy ai high tide 11 Be obligated to 3wds 13 Mideast or Midwest city 14 Templates 16 Top or split 17 Gicw potatoes fromttiese 18 Energy source 20 musical 21 Whitens 23 Deadly 24 Sir Rober and family 26 Slopomg off soot 27 fits and 29 Cham 30 of May Day 33 Reconciles 2wds 38 Old time street sound 39 Soup ingredients 40 Hsgga'd 41 Medical 42 KmrJ of breaV. 43 Open Accuses. 49 50 Making oul 51 Refute arch 52 Band sound 54 Dull-witted 57 Builder 58 Deride Brown 63 dial 64 Sculls. 68 IndoHmt Strong 72 Kid 74 Man holding up the sky 77 Slashes 78 Store 80 Tabby's suitor 83 Newspaper columnist 71 Adhere 72 Fix the road 73 Chore 74 Laughed like a lion' DOWN 1 Hun 2 Off 3 Head m Pans, 4 li takes batter to make these 5 Nici summer 6 Bind 7 Root ot alimentary 85 Harsh critic 87 Shrew 89 Recognized 91 Tiny circus star 92 Swedish farms 94 Period 96 Movie VIP abbr 97 Surreptitious signal 98 Bitterness 99 Disgruntled cat 100 Eng Court district 102 Where to find equestrians 104 Rabbits do this well 106 Dissenter 107 Stitch 108 Leg wear 109 Before 110 Marsh plant story of Puss-m Boots 111 Choosers 112 Musical Ted 114 Hibernate 116 Costumes 119 No. .n Dundee 120 Backward roofer is fired again 121 Lama 122 Compass pt 124 Moslem priest 126 N Z tree var 127 Hhds 128 German count 131 Met 133 "Sweet 134 Fish 8 Fisherman, supposedly 9 English composer 10 Ditch 12 Ready 13 Intngue 15 Lone fish' 16 Moderate 59 Encounter 20 Tractors si 22 Argot 34 Indian VIP 23 Precedirg 35 Hinder 25 Poses 36 On the 26 Prefix for mother's side 52 Lively rail or tone 37 Some monkeys 53 One place for 28 He of the 38 Bistros a strAe 47 Rear 60 Multitude 48 Noun suffixes 61 Girl's name 51 Pealed "The Making of an Ameri- can" author 64 Odd Scot 65 cry 66 Impolite salty spouse 40 Vidal 55 Cleaner 30 Coast 42 Mil man 56 Baseball 31 Wine P'ef 43 Pressing need statistic 67 Eskimo 32 studs 45 Rescue 57 Jar necessary 33 Poker ploy 46 Barbara J Rogg 2 BORA ICSCY PUMSCAPUHR FAMBSPA BRAI 1M WMETI WEIR DM WO ARFF SMAF1RTRFF. O R S R D 1 R Y B> India M Spm> .1 LJPBKJWW PVJT VBJTP JTOCKS LJPBP. JP MB MFVP TDCKSVTFZZBT -Bj Kari Ireland 4 1.UMPMEYS DRUM D M 1) U M Y L I.ORLWYS HE ORKHO PUMA SHAKY Bj Norton Week's Cryptograms 1 Gong-bo gang gathered at gangway to say good-bye to outbound first rrnnpfoteiy female crew. 2. 3. Phobia: Petrified frightened by a young 4 Toastmastw vut and toasted meat Art price rise said NEW YORK (AP) Art is a world currency traded by thousands of people each year and its value is generally skyrocketing. Experts here say prices for European and American 19th- century paintings and moderns, including pop art. have increased as much as per cent in the last 15 years. They describe rising prices as "fantastic." "Because of changes in the economy, more people are thinking about investing in what goes on their floors or walls Then the economic law of supply and demand applies demand is on the rise so prices keep going said John Marion, president of Sotheby Parke Bernet, one of the best-known art auction galleries in the United States. The role of Japanese collectors was cited by Marion as an example of the international art market. The Japanese collectors began advertising in New York newspapers early last year for opportunities to purchase paintings, especially those of French impressionists and old masters. "They bought quite a bit at he said. "Then they weren't around for about six months. Now they're back again. And there is an influx of dealers from the Middle East, representing oil money that wants to buy ancient art." Another aspect of international art collecting as investment is explained by Fred Woolworth, owner of Coe-Kerr Gallery. He says Americans sometimes forget to look back to the days of the Soviet revolution and of war-torn Europe. "People fled catastrophe carrying jewelry and rolled- up canvases. Their money was worthless but they got a new start in life by selling art they'd collected." Recent prices indicate renewed interest. A Tiffany Wisteria lamp that sold 10 years ago for sold at auction this year for Some collectors visit a gallery to ask if a painting or sculpture or porcelain figure is a good investment. Woolworth said. When Picasso prints which sold for in 1969 are sold four years later for many investors see the art market as more sure thing than chance. "Real collectors buy paintings to live with. People are nervous today about loaning paintings or sculpture for a show, with their names on them. It might leave them open to art kidnapping, political stuff." Art "kidnapping" occurred last April when 19 old masters were taken from the Irish mansion of Sir Alfred Beit, including masterpieces by Verneer, Rubens, Goya and Velasquez Police, after painstaking investigation, recovered all the paintings and arrested a British heiress in connection with the theft. By SILVIO DOBRI Owen Sound Sun-Times OWEN SOUND, Ont. (CP) Don't tell Walt Gibbons he can't do it. By his own admission it might take the 29-year-old singing evangelist a bit longer than the average person to achieve his aims, but with persistence, he succeeds. Walt Gibbons is blind, and although this has held him back from his chosen vocation, the ministry, he has built a strong rapport with young people through his stamina, his singing and guitar work. At the age of six, Walt told his mother he wanted to be a missionary. But he later found that no one wanted to train a blind person for the ministry. He was told he would be a burden on the students and was politely refused. Every North American seminary of the Protestant denomination turned him away with one exception. The New Jersey-born ministry aspirant was accepted at Waterloo- Lutheran University, but again Walt found his acceptance was limited. After graduating in 1967 with a master of divinity degree, no one would give him a ministry to work in. Nor could he become ordained. Only recently was he offered a ministry in Manitoba, with ordination to take place next May. For the last three years, Walt has been working with the Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, singing and speaking to audiences wherever he goes. His uninhibited enthusiasm is contagious and he is quick in building a rapport with people Packing two guitars, he has visited 156 Ontario high schools during the last school year, performing for student assemblies and special concerts. 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