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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The LetHbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Burger Baron FOR PICKUP ORDERS Phone 328-4717 FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1971 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, JULY 31, TO FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1971 Wide coverage of Pan-Am Games CALI, Colombia An impor- tant commercial centre of about with seaports on both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans will become the cen- tre of worldwide attention later next week, when the colorful 1971 Pan American Games get under way starting Friday, July 30. This year, Canada will again have a strong team of top ath- letes to represent it, and it is hoped that the record number of Gold Medals won in 1967 (when the Games ware held in Winnipeg) will be equalled or surpassed. An especially strong showing has been predicted for the equestrian team, which may bring home as many as 15 medals by Games' end. A total of 16 hours of CBC- TV Sports coverage (on both English and French networks) will be telecast throughout the Games, beginning today, July 30 at p.m. At that time, the official opening ceremonies will be relayed live via satellite in an hour-long program. On Saturday, July 31, "Can- ada's 11 Gulden hour-long film tribute to our Gold Medal winners at the 1967 Games will be presented at p.m. Highlights of the pre- vious day's opening ceremonies will also be retelecast at p.m. Commentators for the En- glish Network telecasts will be Ted Reynolds of Vancouver, Ernie Afaganis of Edmonton and Don Wittman of Winnipeg. The French commentators are Rene LeCavalier, Jean-Mau- rice Bailie and Richard Garneau. Man's survival may be in doubt With technology taking its j toll by upsetting the delicate balance of nature, Man's fu- ture is in doubt. On Sunday, August 1, p.m., the CTV Television Network pre- sents The Time of Man, a spe- cial look at tire survival of our species. The Time Of Man dramatic- ally illustrates the evolution of our universe and of Man on our planet and places Man in per- spective to his world and na- ture. 'Tonight Show' goes to Burbaiik Aug. 2 to 20 "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" will originate 15 program? from the NBC Television Network studios in Bui-bank, Calif., in August. The late-night entertainment series will be colorcast from the West Coast Aug. 2 through Aug. 20. The show, present- ed on NBC-TV Mo n d a y s through Fridays to 11 p.m. resumes originations from New York Citv Monday, Aug. 23. Johnny Carson will be ac- companied to California by an- nouncer Ed McMahon and mu- sic director Doc Severinsen. Man's present dominance Is compared to the prehistoric reign of the dinosaur. The dino- saur became extinct because it failed to adapt to a changing environment. The Time Of Man shows Man's masterful flexi- bility in adapting to his en- vironment up to now for man's unique and undisciplined ability to drastically alter his world has posed many unsolved problems. In newly filmed and rare footage, the changing social be- havior of primitive Man is clearly linked to changes in his living space. Striking contrasts are made between the remote and warlike Dogum Dani of New Guinea, the Ik people (a loveless society where physical survival is paramount to all else) and the Sanbuti Pygmies of the Congo's Ituri Forest, a fun loving people who, for more than years have lived in harmony with nature. Margaret Mead, famed an- thropologist, is filmed among her Manus Lagoon people of New Guinea, a society whose advances into modern times have already produced water pollution and juvenile delin- quency. Members of the Ameri- an Museum of Natural His- tory look into the past, present and future of Man his so- ciety and his special role in na- ture. Carroll O'Connor has no prejudices He's really no Archie Bunker By DICK KLEINER JJOLLYWOOD (NBA) "Everybody wants to know if I'm like Archie Bunker in real says Carroll O'- Connor. Archie Bunker is the big- league bigot on CBS' sur- prisingly successful show, All in the Family. And Carroll O'Connor is the talented actor who brings Archie to funny, frantic life. But that's the sum of their re- lationship Archie is the cha- racter, Carroll the actor. He merely plays a part, just as he has played many parts in his professional life. He is about as far removed from being a Bunker as a man can be. He says he has no pre- judices, and he's honest enough so you have to believe him. Perhaps the tip-off on Carroll O'Connor utter tolerance is a letter written by his nine-year old son, Hugh. As actors' kids do, he likes to look through his father's fan mail. One day, he intercepted a letter from a woman who was obviously full of hate, and she ladled it out in her 'words to the actor. Carroll wasn't aware of this until he happened to see a copy of tbr. IMtpr Hncrti wrote rn trip woman. He keeps it in his wal- let now. This is Hugh's letter: "To Mrs. Helen X: "I don't like what you said about my dad. A matter of fact, I'm very proud of him. I think you and your husband should think it over. Besides, my dad loves everybody from every Nation, Country, State and Con- tenant My dad is just act- ing a biget (sic) on T.V. to show what real bigets Csic) do and say. My dad is really a nice man. "P.S. I hope you have learn- ed your lesson and hope your husband learns it to. "Sighned (sic) "Hugh O'Connor" Hugh, an adopted son, was born in Rome and Carroll and his wife got him when lie was an infant. He is a blond, gray- eyed boy and Carroll says he knows nothing of his back- ground and doesn't want to know. "They asked me if I wanted to know and I said he says. The boy's past doesn't con- cern him. He's proud of his present. A few months ago, he came home from school and said, "Dad, what is a Carroll explained and then asked why he wanted to know. It seems that, at school, Hugh's Carroll O'Connor else in real lift. best friend had been picked on by the class bully because be was a Jew. Hugh jumped to his friend's defence and bully turned his wrath on him "because you're a wop." The fact that he was born in Rome accounted for that bit of pre- other classmates call judice. 'His him 'The Roman Carroll says, "which I think is kind of cute." Even though Carroll and Ar- chie are completely opposite, in their philosophies, the actor thinks he knows the character he plays. Archie is modeled, loosely, on hundreds of people O'Connor observed as a boy growing up in The Bronx and Queens in New York. "The only thing I don't know about Carroll says, "is what he does for a living. That's never been established in the scripts. I kind of ima- gine he's an elevator starter, or maybe the head of the janitor- ial service in a big building. I figure sometime it'll be brought out in a script." Sometimes he worries about this relationship with Archie. "Maybe the relationship is too he says. public is beginning to forget Carroll O'Connor and think only of Ar- chie Bunker. People call out to me on the street, 'Hey. Archie.' And I'm mad at CBS they ran a big ad for the show with my picture, but not my name." It bas often been that way with actors who get too closely identified with a part. But this part !s so special that the actor wajits to be sure the public knows it isn't autobiographical. Carroll O'Connor is not Ar- chie Bunker. Not by a long shot. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Neiv Carticright on Ponderosa It's official! After 12 years, a new Cartwright will be added to the family, when Jamie, played by 15-year-old cast reg- ular Mitch Vogcl. is legally adopted in 1971-72 season script. 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