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Judy Borzoil (sister of CARtooner Julie) took this photo of Jose as he waited for a police helicopter to lift him to safety. Miss O'Whiner's prizes consisted of 50 lottery tickets, a free engine overhaul, a ticket to Rod Mc Kuens reading of 'My Tractor, My Friend' and a night on the town with the midget of her choice! A four year old Shawn (above) displays artistic ability early in life, and a lifelong obsession with cars (right). How did you get involved with the maga- zine to begin with? About a month later I get this HUGE check in the mail. Did you know that Rembrandt did his most famous paintings while on a boat? A rare 'shot' of Shawn (far left) at age J 7 during her brief stint with the womans auxiliary section of the Guardian An- gels, (below) The spunky Ms. I mean, there really is no reason that girls can't or don't have more to do with comics. ( Below,) Shawn in her element, cutting some foam in her yacht the Tuna Tooner. BORTZOIL: On the other hand, besides your boat, you collect sports cars don't you? Some people collect stamps, I collect overpriced European sports cars.
• ill i f \ - Other events con- sisted of George Hamil- ton jumping his 14 ton earthmover over a bevy of Elvis impersonators, Eddy Murphy disman- tling a tractor with „ a power saw and of course, everyones favorite, the r i di n g 1 a w n m ow er demolition derby! I've always loved sailing and this seemed like a good, legal way to buy my own boat. Kerri (front) enjoys a ride down the Petersen water slide with aspiring novelist Fram O'Fram. I suppose that because of my name, a lot of people aren't sure if I'm a girl or not, so I don't think I've ever had any problem with that.
WEEK/8: Incredibly mindblowin' moment of discovery: The kit Transformer changes non-edible materials into deliciously edible substances! " Reagan stuck a on MUFFLER AWARD Shortly after recieving a small, gold-plated muffler by an Illinois automobile plant for his many contributions to the industry, President Reagan painfully wedged both of his thumbs into the mini- award.
With the shoe department removed to make room for a studio audience, lovely Ope (as we like to call her) burned up some calories as she whizzed from one product to the next playing consumer advocate.
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Man, when those folks at Tinkertoy Nuclear Educational Playthings put a kit together, it beats 1 1-years of Shop in anybody's school. The kit changes electron/neutron patterns of all metallic, glass and plastic materials. Got an electricity billing of ,550.99 for current (no pun intended) charges from the local Utility Company. The Zoo quickly put Telly under contract and now performs the act daily.
Asked by local authorities to explain the bi- zarre incident, Judith said, "Well, being sech a biggun an' all, s'ard ta keep him tethered down! KERRI: Oh, I like all kinds of artists especially action-oriented ones like Jack Davis, Tex Avery and Aubrey Beardsley. BORTZOIL: Well, thanks Shawn, you're an inspi- ration to women cartoonists everywhere! BORTZOIL: (Laughing) I think we'll end it with that.