has bus directed between his 34-ft. high legs by a midget to
draw attention to Ascot. England, circus.
MODERN VERSION of
sawing a woman in half uses power-operated blade. Hindu Houdini
and calm assistant performed in Paris.
owned by Mrs. Friedman. Vancouver. Wash., has 3,300 words.
Magnifying glass is used for tiny type.
TONSIL PEERING kitty
takes one last look before 13-1/2 lb. black bass is mounted by
Floridian Wyatt Duncan, who caught it.
holds miniature garden for plant lover Harry Graus of New York
City. Thimble holds eight different plants.
life-size model of an oar fish, rarely-seen denizen of the deep,
took San Diego museum four years to build.
PRESENT FOR IKE.
golf bag in form of Washington Monument has patriotic
FANCY PANTS rooster,
pet to a Michigan man, struts latest of a large selection of
have chewing gum-powered wipers plus a handy rear-view mirror.
EXTRAORDINARY is Auguste Maffrey, French beer-drinking champ,
who slurps up about 12 quarts of suds in 52 minutes from
king-sized vat. Any challengers?
presented to President Andrew Johnson in 1865 won’t take a chunk
from your hide when you sit down, but only a man with steady
nerves can relax in it.
TIBETAN GHOST TRAP
imprisons visitors from space, it says here. Trap at rear is for
demons who bring illness.
TIPPER is tops when it comes to scaring intruders. These comic
mechanical choppers give this pooch a biting look.
WINDOW LAUNCHING is
key to New Yorker Joe Weckstein’s woes. He removed one to get
boat from cellar.
SEA SERPENT? When Keith McRae
of Sidney. Australia, hauled in this 12-foot-long oarfish. he
thought he had caught one. This peculiar eel-like creature grows
up to 40 feet in length.
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