The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 2, 1971 · Page 20
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8TV ' Ogden .Standard-Examiner, Saturday, October 2, 1971' Banana Launched love Affair' FINANCIAL BRIEFING—Steve Grayson {Elvis Presley, center), stock car rac- • ing champion and big money winner, listens as his manager (Bill Bixby) goes over financial matters, while Internal Revenue Service agent Susan Jacks (Nancy Sinatra) looks on in "Speedway," a comedy to be colorcast oh "NBC Monday Night at the Movies" on the NBC Television Network, ..Channel 2 at 8 p.m. National Geographic Will Launch Series With 'Man, Apes 7 Special HOLLYWOOD - Somewhere, there's a middle-aged World War IE veteran who may not know he's done his country a great service. . This unknown hero once gave a young British boy a banana. And that's what started Richard Dawson's love affair with the U.S. Dawson grew up In a small own near where the U.S. D-Day ttack was mounted, on the inglish coast. The town was rowded with GIs and youn^ )awson looked at them am ked what he saw. He liked the way the Vmericans- talked and acted, md when one of them gave him banana, he fell in love with \mericans. "Another reason I ultimately ecided to come here," he says was orange juice. I love range juice, but only millionaires can afford fresh- queezed orange juice in England, and even then, they vind up with funny hands Because they have the old ashioned glass squeezers," But he came over here for a visit and was amazed at tb abundance of orange juice. So n '62, he and his family and th children's nanny came here fo good. Dawson has spent the last fiv years with Hogan's Heroes, an lie met Larry Hoyis on tha The complex and relatively [Wisconsin Regional untapped natural world of the lower primates and the keys it holds to some characteristics and behavioral patterns of the highest primate-yman—will be explored on the' season's first new National Geographic Society special, "Monkeys, Apes, and Man," on the CBS Television Network. 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The second new Nation a' Geographic Society special to be presented on the Network this season is "The Last Tribes of Mindanao" which penetrates the tenths of the southern m ^hiiippine Island to capture the natural existence of some of the most primitive human life extant, including the stone-age culture of a tribe discoverec during production of the special The two remaining presen Hardware and Automotive Supplies Harrison & 2nd Primatet a t i o n s ' in the National eographic Society series ar Man of Serengeti," an ex oration of the work bein arried on by conservationist Africa's famed Serenge! lain, and "Seafarers of the orth," a previously unan- ounced special devoted to the ugged lives of "The Last of the ~ i k i n g s,'' inhabitants of reenland and the Faroe >lands in the North Atlantic. 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