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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1970 "I never gave it a thought" What's Cavett really like? DICK CAVETT By ROGER DOUGHTY YORK (NEA) With all kinds of superficial stories about TV talk show host Dick Cavett running in every publication from Life magazine to Rolling Stone, the American public is demanding, "What's Dick Cavett really In the interest of the people's right to know, I asked for an interview with the man one publication called "TV's most articulate and sophisticated then made m y way through the slush to Cavelt's 59th Street offices. As everybody knows, Cavett Tuesday, January 5 O Sesame Street O Another World fO All My Children (EJ Peyton Place (0 Beat the Clock O As the World Turns (H Lets Make a Deal Children's Hour Q Days of Our Lives Newlywed Game (S'Lucy Show O Buckshot 0 Doctors Q) News (0 Movie: The Naked Truth Q Movie: Novel Affair ft Another World: Bay City (D Secret Storm 0 Edge of Night IB One Life 0 Corner Pyle IB Words and Musir Q Mike Douglas (7) Our Town CQ Famous Jury Trials Love Is A Many Splendored Thing Q Take 30 Q) Dark Shadows Another World O Edge of Night Ql General Hospital C0 Trouble With Tracy 0 Galloping Gourmet Q Hillbillies CQ) That Girl I Dream of Jeannie Q Banan? Splits fj Cronkite News QJ Bewitched (0 Wynne's Pad CD 03) O O ID ID tE> E3 Spiderman News Dating Game Flintstones Teleprooe 7 Hillbillies News Dick Van Dyke Movie: Bonjou Tristesse News To Borne With Love Barefoot in the Park News j Gunsmoke Mod Squad Eddie's Father Julia Mod Squad Mary Tyler Moore Red Skelton Movie: TEA Carol Burnett Nashville North Telescope Mannix Storefront Lawyers Johnny Cash New Year's Show News Tuesday Night News Barbara McNair The Interns Tonight Show News News News News Dick Cavctt Randall and Hopkii k Movie: Battle Hell In Conversation Wu WISH YOU GOOD CHEER f-y4-s the New Year clocks in, ivc're celebrating by sending our best wishes and thanks to all our patrons. HONDA 1307 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-8889 LETHBRIDGE is a Yale man and Uie picture sartorial splendor when he steps iji fronL ot the camera, so we were surprised when he showed up (about 45 minutes late he was getting a hair- cut) in a blue work shirt, cordu- roy slacks and a floppy cap. He looked as if he should be out somewhere sticking his finger in a dike. "What are you really I asked. "I don't said Dick, sitting down at his desk and staring out the window t o watch the pigeons make their dive bombing rims on the statue in Columbus Circle. "I've been so busy interviewing other people that I never gave it a thought." On one wall of Dick's office there are some pictures of him in scuba diving togs (he looks like a muscular little fellow) and on another there's a book shelf crammed with all kinds of tomes, many of them about birds. he smiled, "I don't have any special interest in birds, In fact, I hadn't even noticed I had so many bird books. Strange, isn't It may not be fair to make the comparison. but while David Frost, another fairly ar- ticulate and urbane TV talk show host, generally spends his noon hour sipping French wine and nibbling on goodies at Sardi's, Cavett cats at his desk. "Spaghetti very he smiled, "but sometimes fish. I had spaghetti last night, so I'll go for the fish today." One would imagine that Dick's off camera life is one mad whirl of parties, premieres and the like, but he says it just isn't so. In fact, he probably gets more sleep than you do. ho says, "I take a nap for a couple of horn's be- fore I go out to tape the show. I find sleep is a great escape. I don't have to think about going out: there. If I stayed awake I'd probably be terrified. "After the show is over, 1 usually have n bite to eat. read a book and fall asleep. I don't see how anybody can stay up late enough to watch all of my show. I don't think I could." Then he turned his attention back to the pigeons. "It's he said ''the accuracy they have." What's Dick Cavelt roallv like? If you find out, let him know. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Separatism; a decade in perspective Based on film and video tape records of some of the disturb- ing and explosive events in Quebec in the 1960s, a compre- hensive study of the ]3st 10 years of Quebec separatism will be presented on CBC-TV's Tuesday Night series, Jan. 5. 10-11 p.m. Separatism A Decade in Perspective is produced at CBC Montreal by Ian McLaren, who says, "This is more than a newsreel history. It's the first serious attempt on TV to place separatism in perspective, to trace the roots of the Parti Quebecois of today amcng the many separatist movements of the early 60s." Laugh-In., Bob Hope favorites "Rowan and Martin's Laugh- In'' and Bob Hope have been chosen by the members of a national book club as their all- time favorites. NBC Television. Network's "Laugh-In" was voted as the members' all-time favorite TV show, and NBC star Hope as their all-time favorite com- edian. Votes were cast by 608 respondents among mem- bers polled in the Nostalgia Book Club. he BIGGEST January Sale EVER TO HIT LETHBRIDGE STARTS JAN. 2nd WASHER and DRYER S Suggested List Price S618 493 Impartial look at oldsters Tn Canada today it is esti- mated that over J.5 million of our citizens more than one out of every 17 Can ad 05 or older. Nearly all are re- tired. Problems such as ill health and poverty plague many; but to others the worst problem is that of time, heavy on their hands, as they try to cope with the realization that they have been left sitting on (lie sidelines of a world of ev- er-changing values. What they think of, and how they adapt to, this situation is the topic of Alive And Kicking, and impartial look at our ovcr- Gf> generation, to be presented Monday, January 4 at p.m. on CBC-TV's Man Alive i on Channel 7, j hour program probes into thoughts and feelings of! Canadians aged from H5 to 10-1, j Uie later a successful business- man who walks to and from his office every day. SMITH'S H'S CCLORIY Phone 32S-223S LSTHBRIDGE 345-3271. COALDALE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY ;