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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The LetHbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE 'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1970 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14 TO FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20 THE ANDY WILLIAMS SHOW Effervescent host Andy Williams welcomes guests Phyllis Oilier and Jonathan Win- ters lo join him "lock, stock and barrel" for an hour of music and zany comedy in CTV's variely series, Andy Williams Show" telecasting Friday Nov. 20, p.m. on Channel 13. Zany new national hero 011 Wayne, Sinister special Canada's top comedy team takes a look at the Wonderful World of Leisure and introduces a zany new national hero when CBC-TV presents the second Wayne and Shuster Comedy Special Sunday, Nov. 15 at 9 p.m. in color on Channel 7. In return to their practice of longer humorous sketches and less short vignettes, Johnny and Frank study leisure down through the ages, from Adam and Eve to television watching, and even take a glimpse into the future to find out what the average man will do to fill his spare lime. Also on the show will be the emergence of Cap- tain Oopout, a modern day rent- a hero who unscrupulously fights evil and wrongdoing but expects cash on the line for his daring deeds. Johnny and Frank's special guest will be singer Biff Rose, nn inventive aiul exciting en- tertainer who writes his own material and- accompanies him- self on the piano. Rose has been seen on The Johnny Carson Show and The Smothers Broth- ers Show in the U.S. and is noted for his disarm ingly re- laxed style and unconventional material. Wayue and Shuster will also be joined by the Royal Way no and Shusler Festival Players in their many gags and satirical sketches. This group is com- posed of well-known personali- ties Jack Duffy, Don Cullen. Marylyn Stuart, Hamblen and Paul Kligman. Santa Glaus parade spectacular Saturday characters to take part 'J'HE 66th annual Santa Claus parade from Toron- to will be carried live and in color on both Canadian televi- sion Networks Saturday Nov 14. CBC Television wilt start its program at S a.m. over Chan- nel 7 and CTV network at a.m. over Channel 13. With almost 1000 marchersj 30 magnificent floats and 15 bands this year's parade prom- ises to tickle the fancy of all who watch it, whether in per- son in Toronto, or on television throughout the land. Theme of the parade is Christmas Is For Little People. The floats will present Dr. Seuss' Storybook Land charac- ters, the Walt Disney Aristo- crats, Mother Goose, the Snow- flake Fairy, Peter Peter Pump- Ion Eater, the Flower Princess, Tommy Turtle, Peter the Pig. Freddy Fox, The Banana Splits, .Cat and Mouse, Dick Dastardly, Charlie Brown and his Peanuts Friends, Winter Fantasy with roller skates in costume, Punch and Judy, the Christmas Belles (four beauti- ful young ladies called the Holly and finally, the reason for it all Santa Claus. Military bands in tile parade are from the 48lh Highlanders. The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada, the Royal Regiment of Canada, the 7lh Toronto Regi- ment, Royal Canadian Artil- lery, I-IMCS York, 411 Squad- ron Mobile Command and the Trumpet Band of the Toronto Communications Regiment. W3 takes poll oo opinions since WMA Hs.ve the opinions of Cana- dians changed on political is- sues since the War Measures Act was invoked or lo they re- main the same? To provide the answers CTV's WS had Omni- facU, a division of Total Re- searuh Limited, conduct a na- tion wide opinion poll to find out what the political climate is like in Canada today. The re- sults of their survey will he televised on W5 Sunday. No- vember 15, p.m. on Channel 13. DICK CAVETT same on and off screen Celebrity status pleases Cavett NEW YORK Dick Cavelt. star of ABC's late-night talk show, has made tlte cover of Life magazine. And the maga- zine says his only vice is work. "I could walk into his office naked and he wouldn't turn his head." Life his secre- tary. In Cavelt ABC has found a worthy competitor to place against Johnny Carson of NBC and Men1 Griffin of CBS, says the cover story. After only "lO months on the air Cavett has doubled ABC's share of the audience from 7 to 14 per cent. "In the process, his demon curiosity, civilized wit and tal- ent for listening have recap- tured a live core of the young audience and made tube-watch- ing in the wee hours an intel- lectually respectable vice." ac- cording to the article. The author of the article is a free-lance writer, Brad Dar- rach, who was reviewing movies for Time magazine when Cavett was a copy boy there. Cavett told Darrach how his life has been changed by the show's success: "Having the show has given me chances to do a lot of" ex- citing things I can't do because I have the show. But then who else spends five nights a week talking with the world's most interesting He also is delighted by his new celebrity status, although he basically is shy. "I can see it could become a problem." says Cavetl. "but I'm not yet planning a trip to Russia to es- cape the crowds." After the nightly taping of his show. Cavett rushes hon-e to his actress wife. Carrie Nyc Cavett. for dinner and a witli one of his two dogs. Then he and his wife usually watch a late movie on TV. About the s h o w. Darrach says: "Johnny and Merv seem to fill the nightly bill just any old how, but Cavett from the first demanded excellence. His staff, which soon included some of Carson's -best people pre- pares his guest list as shrewdly as a hostess prepares a dinner party." 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