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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 Million dollar draw in Edmonton July 16 Take in prize money and add a million dolU rs worth of and you should wind up with the brightest sixty minutes on television. That's exactly what CBC-TV has done for the second Million which will be shown live on the July 16 at 9 p.m. In addition to the prize which will involve some potential the program will offer the talents of Ginette Don Alex Edith Willie Richard Gloria Jodi Topolinski and the Bob Farrar Singers. With the show coming from Edmonton this the overall theme will celebrate that city's pop- ular Klondike and will feature Klondike the cartoon character who symbolizes the event. All in it looks like a mother- lode of money and enter- tainment. For producer-director Paddy the putting together of all the components has been a massive job of organization. As if the stars and the money weren't enough to contend there were the physical problems of renting and preparing the Klondike Palace ton's Exhibition Gardens during non-Klondike the moving in of Tommy Banks' 30-piece the building of a huge complete with flashing numbers fed by the place- ment of an audience of and the masses of paper-work that must ac- company such an under- taking The first Million 7 telecast on April drew a viewing audience of more than seven million. This with more monev in the pot and a solid group of is expected to garner even greater view- ing figures. As for the all-important prize it will be presided over by a com- all but eliminating the possibility of error. This around more than 4 million dollars has been added to the prize and the total will be split by more winners than split the first draw. Roger president of the Olympic Lottery will be featured in a taped message to the and Julien vice- president of that will be in attendance at the draw. Violin master topic of CBC radio show Jascha whose name since the early 1900's has been synonymous with violin is examin- ed by one of his a major and his most successful student in a documentary this month on CBC Radio. The which combines conversation with a great deal of is heard on Themes and Variations July 18. Listeners in CBC-FM regions can get the full stereo advantage of the program Wednesday July 17. Following an inter- national performing and recording career that spanned five Jas- cha Heifetz now lives in retirement in Calif. he continues learning and practising for concerts he no longer gives. Although his life is now very much a he does offer a few thoughts about performing and prac- tising. But it is left mostly to violinist Yeludi Irving music editor of Saturday and Heifetz's best-known violinist Erick to provide in- sight into the legendary in conversations with Bridget Paolucci. It has been said that Heifetz has had only one rival Jascha Heifetz. Fritz Kreisler' once USED PORTABLE TV's From Smith's COLOR TV APPLIANCES 236 13th Street North Phone 328-5541 remarked that Heifetz began where he left off. Kolodin attributes Heifetz's uniqueness to his of the a rare ex- cellence in both bowing and fingering. Born in Russian Poland in Heifetz took his first lessons at the age of three. At he made his debut in Russia. In he was the youngest member of Leopold Auer's famous class at the Imperial Conservatory in St. Petersburg. By the time he was he was already making successful tours in Germany and Scandinavia. With the turmoil of the Russian he crossed the in an American citizen. Apart from his extraor- dinary technical Heifetz also gained a world-wide reputation for his ability to render the ex- act same of a piece time ard time again. His discipline and reliabili- ty when working with others is legendary. The one time he diverted from his usual dependabili- ty was in retaliation. He was to play two with the young Italian con- ductor Guido a protege of and who was killed in the mid- 1950's in a plane crash. In the first a Bach recalls the conductor failed to start at the agreed-upon but struck up an un- comfortably slow tempo. Heifetz was forced to follow suit. Travel with Aunt Jane Jane one of Canada's most beloved actresses and stars in a new situation comedy series on CBC Radio this Travels With Aunt beginning July 10 at p.m. EDT. Jane plays a small-town spinster travelling across Canada by with her split-leaf philodendron visiting relatives she's never met before. Her surprise visits lead to some entertaining situations. Program feature gymnastics In recent years there has been a sudden upsurge in one of the world's oldest sporting events gym- nastics. CBC-TV Sports recognizes this increased interest with a special program International July 13. The program will pre- sent highlights of the Canada versus U.S.S.R. meet from the Paul Suave Arena in Montreal. Although the Russian team toured throughout Canada on their recent this was the only meet held un- der actual competition rules. The rest of the trip was devoted to displays and exhibits only. Ernie Afaganis will han- dle duties as host- with Geoff Elliott supplying the background and color in- formation. Together the two nmety- minute shows should give Canadian audiences an op- portunity to assess our gymnastic teams and to speculate on Canada's chance in the 1976 Olym- pics. Both programs were produced for CBC-TV Sports by Jacques Viau. Tie gentlemen of northAmerican i it ill pciipli' llnnk mmns iii jji uhn linn 1 mull isl in iihn ni npli pl.ii r nn h l ipics i .mil iilhn drill l IS is in Ic.ii In liiimllr clrl II s .i .mil hrlplul Sn isn I some iiii n L'III'SS 1111 i siiiiu ill nn likr umluiin nli' ul griunm ic'spi 11 Sn HI- i UIIISI-IM s i IK HI nllr nn n nl Ihr mm niiliisln I liki' il McLean MOVING LTD. 'Your North Amencan Van Lines Agents' We have moved to 614-35 St. N. 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