September 16, 1995
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OTTAWA, Canada -- A 57,518-pound chunk of orange cheddar cheese will likely earn itself a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records. The 32-foot long block of cheese stands six feet tall and had to be delivered to Ottawa's Parliament Hill by a tractor-trailer truck. Canadians will ultimately get the chance to devour the hunk once Guinness measures it up.
TOKYO -- About 30 years ago, a popular hero-figure was born in Japan, but eventaully faded away. Today, he's making a comeback. Clad in a silver and red costume, Ultra-Man landed on Earth from three million light years away. His mission was to subdue monsters, saving the human race from destruction. The first series of Ultra-Man was broadcast on Japanese TV in January of 1966. Two new offsprings of the Ultra-man hero will make their TV debut in November.
LONDON -- Luck was truly on the side of a British nightclub bouncer Friday. Rob Campbell almost lost a big win in the lottery when he was going to throw his jeans in the wash. As luck would have it, Campbell found a crumbled ticket he had bought ten days ago in a pocket. His partner then noticed it was the winning ticket for $2.2 million. So what's Campbell going to do now? He says, spend, spend, spend!
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