Foreign News: Again, Nessie

(See map) Smiling broadly last week Dr. W. Reid Blair of New York's Bronx Zoo exclaimed:

"Well, well, they're starting a little early this year, aren't they? . . . The offer of $25,000 for the Monster still stands. Of course, it must be alive, weigh two tons and be 40 feet long, and by all means it must be in good health. I don't want any ill monsters on my hands."

The Monster referred to was the dire denizen of Loch Ness, Scotland, first fabled in the world press in 1933. Opener of its 1937 season was an announcement by the Right...

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