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I. You know, of course. that Dumbo. the baby elephant. has great big ears and is the only i!ying elephant in the world. don&apos;t you! And everywhere he goes. his jolly little friend. Timothy Mouse, goes. too. One day. when Dumbo was i!ying round the circus with Timothy. they saw some crows on a tree-branch, The birds were looking after an orphan egg in a nest. An orphan egg is an egg that has been forgotten by its mummy and daddy and left all alone in the nest. 2. Well, the crows felt sorry for the poor forgotten 3. When Dumbo&apos;s weight landed on the 4. aQuick!a shouted Timothy. Dumbo egg and were trying to hatch it out. Dumbo thought branchaCRACK. it broke. Off i!ew the swooped down and caught the nesr in that he would help, and i!ew down to join them. birds, and down fell the nest and the egg. his trunk as Timothy grabbed the egg.
5. Then Timothy and Dumbo gently put the nest on another branch. 6. But a few minutes later the egg started to hatch and up shot a After snuggling the egg into it, they wrapped the egg warmly in a funny little head that squawked a loud squawk. It was a baby owl! little blanket. Dumbo wanted to sit on it to hatch it but Timothy aOh,goodness, he must be hungry.&quot; cried Timothy. and he and Dumbo laughed: aSilly Dumbo! You are much too heavy to do that. set about collecting worms and berries for the little fellow. Day Don&apos;t you know you will break it?&quot; after day they fed the baby bird and he grew and grew. 7. At last he was ready to i!y. aWatch me. Iall show you how to i!y.&quot; 8. But the merry crows came along and they soon taught the owl to i!y. said Dumbo, i!apping his ears as he flew. But birds donat i!y with their Then one day. as a &quot;thank you&quot; present. he brought Dumbo and ears, do they? 50 the poor young owl just stayed where he was. Timothy a currant bun that the Ringmaster had just given him, More Dumbo fun next week.
.1 a ~ &apos; I. It was a happy day for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. You see. Snow White thought it would be a good idea 7a) to buy a cow so they could all have fresh &apos; &apos; milk with their breakfast eggs. Do you % like boiled eggs and milk for breakfast? 2. But when Snow White tried to milk Bluebell. the cow. a nothing happened. aPerhaps she isn&apos;t well.&quot; she said. So Doc examined Bluebell but said: &quot;She is quite well. Something must be bothering her.&quot; and the Dwarfs thought and a\ thought but no one could think CI though: \/ that seemed any good. Then Happy snapped his i!ngers. aI know what&apos;s wrong.&quot; he said. aJust stay here. everyone!a 3. Snow White / 4. Happy rushed out of the cottage and Snow White and the other dwarfs all wondered where he had gone. At last Happy came back. And what do you think? He was leading the quaintest little calf you ever saw. , 5. aThis is Bluebell&apos;s calf.&quot; explained 3 Happy. &quot;When We bought Bluebell yester- day, we should have bought her calf. :00. Poor Bluebell was unhappy because She was missing her little baby.&quot;
&gt;4aa 6. &quot;No wonder she gave us no milk.&quot; said Snow White. aBut she is happy now and we can all a have lovely fresh milk for breakfast!&quot;aSo every- &apos; body was happy again, and the jolly dwarfs danced merrily round the little calf. More fun with Snow White next .&apos; CA(c)i! you fin&apos;deE/rrhbias Bambi aicingrig7;.;;};;1;;;;;n;.se;kw, is O 7 . in the forest. Can you i!nd Seven &apos;ef them and mm: cm? r a I &apos; &apos; &apos; The answers ure&apos;below . . . L Moog puo oanid aasnow (3)13!a a9]00 pun diqg as&gt;1umudgq3 OMi asoql aoquinQ a&gt;pnG p|ouoo aw spuau; uaAas sgqumg
This new and exciting Walt Disney i!lm is being shown at cinemas in all the big cities in Great Britain. - a9...!aqu , 2. Reaching the town, they rounded a corner and Duchess suddenly mewed with delight, aThis is the road where we live.&quot; she said. O&apos;Malley nearly fell over in surprise. aYou mean to say you live in one of these rich houses?&quot; he gasped. &quot;Why. what a posh aristocat you are. to be sure.&quot; . a xx? a. I: a ~ had gone out for a walk. but Edgar an; wiaekagad a w 4 feeling very pleased with himself. , i. i ____A&gt;&gt; l. The beautiful White cat Duchess and her three little kittens . were trying to return home after being kidnapped by the wicked butler. Edgar. They had been befriended by a jolly alley-cat. Thomas O&apos;Malley. and had stayed the night with some musical cats. Next morning they set out on their travels. 3. As Duchess and her kittens entered the front gatea. they were seen by little Roquefort. the mouse- 00 you remember Roquefortl He was namecl after Roquefort cheese because he liked it so much. How pleased he was to see his friends again- a4. Then ngquefort suddenly &apos;rehiA(c)mberea that a Lady Adelaide, the kind mistress of the hbuse. butlA(c)r was in. Roquefort tip~toed late thea music a V mom where Edgar sat with his feet tip on the piano. Edgar was an old meanie and now he was
5. Very. veny quietly Roquefort scampered up a piano leg and crept silently towards Edgaras boots. Then holda ing his breath he undid Edgaras boot-laces and tied them a_ 1a together. He hoped Edgar had not seen him as he slipped l a , V baKk a0 ahe 9rAdegund AdegUt Adegf S&apos;gha But Edgar was too busy thinking how rich he would be now that. with the cats out of the way, all Lady Adelaide&apos;s money would be coming to him. aHa! Ha! Edgar. old chap!&quot; he giggled to himself. aYou&apos;d better get used to the best things in life. Some day they&apos;re all going to be yours, what wonderful times are in store for you!&quot; 7. Meanwhile, Duchess and her kittens were saying a Sud farewell to their good friend O&apos;Malley. &quot;Maybe just cl short sweet goodbye would be easiest.&quot; said O&apos;Malley, and Duchess sighed: aI&apos;ll never forget you. Thomas O&apos;Malley. What would we have done without you!a . ti theft the tit 5 us in! Let us in!&quot; And E or I a a eats! They&apos;re back!&quot; he ye&apos;ed. Th e MW fell on his face. Roquefcrt had tied his laces tightly. a What will Edgar do now? You will i!nd out in next weekasaDisn in d.&quot;
You do know that Mickey Mouse loves the sea. don&apos;t you? Well, one i!ne day, Mickey toddled round to Donald Duck&apos;s house and said to Donald: aWhat about taking a rowing-boat and rowing over to Sea-Dog Island? In the olden days. Sea-Dog Island was a secret hide-out for pirates.&quot; &quot;Pirates!&quot; exclaimed Donald. aPerhaps they buried some treasurethere that is still waiting to be found. Let&apos;s go!&quot; They had been rowing for some little while when suddenly they heard a loud shouts aBELAY THERE! YOU ARE MY PRISONERS! SURRENDER!&quot; Mickey looked back overrhis shoulder and there in a ramshackle little sailing boat was someone who was dressed just like an old-time pirate. Donald read out the name of the boat. aThe Black Spider!&quot; said he. aAnd Patch-Eye Goofy is the captain!&quot; roared the strange pirate. Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck nearly fell out of their boat with laughter. aGOOFY!a they shouted. Goofy (for indeed it was that stupid but lovable old churn) shook his cutlass angrily. aPATCH-EYE Goofy the PIRATE CHIEF. if you please!&quot; he snorted. aYour money or your lives!&quot; aWe havenat any money.&quot; quacked Donald Duck. aOf course you have.&quot; replied Goofy. aWhatas the use of me being a pirate chief if you haven&apos;t any money?a &apos; aThat&apos;s your worry. Goofyanot ours,&quot; grinned Mickey.&quot;aSo youare a pirate chief now. are you?&quot; aDon&apos;t l LOOK like a pirate chief?&quot; asked Goofy. aWell, you look like Goofy dressed up like a pirate chief,&quot; said Mickey. aOfcourse. you do know that being a pirate is against the law, don&apos;t you? And if you&apos;re caught you will go to prison until April Fool&apos;s Day.a aBut i canat miss April Foci 5 Day,a said Goofy in dismay. aThat&apos;s MY very special day. You know I&apos;m the biggest fool in Disneyland.&quot; - aThen you surrender to us and we can all go over and have some fun on SeaaDog Island.&quot; chuckled Mickey. So Goofy hauled down his Slum-and. crossbones i!ag and the three chums had a happy day exploring Sea-Dog lsland. They didn&apos;t i!nd any treasure. but Donald found an old helmet which he gave to Goofy. Goofy was pleased
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@iPetefPKn From the Walt Disney Motion Picture based on the,story by Sir James Barrie &apos;I&quot;&quot;&apos;Oi&quot; ,- ~ l..-_ I. Wendy Darling and her two brothers, Michael and John. were on looking for fun. Using pots and pans for drums. and Michael&apos;s hand- a visit to Never-Never Land. the home of Peter Panathe boy who kerchief tied to a stick for a i!ag. the boys went marching round never wanted to grow up. Michael and John were playing soldiers and round the island gaily singing: aAhoy. ahoy, here come the jolly with three Lost Boys while Peter and Wendy i!ew round the island. Five, Sing hey. make way for the bravest boys alive!&quot; 2. But who do you think was watching the boys? 3. Captain Hook made sure his prisoners were tied up and then gave orders for Why none other than that wicked pirate Captain them to be fed with big helpings of plum pudding. ait&apos;ll send them to the bottom I Hook. aAha!a he grinned. aI think Iall take those of the sea quicker after they&apos;ve walked the plank.&quot; he chuckled. Thea l(i!ling hungry a. a, lads prisoner and make them walk the plank!&quot; himself, he went to his cabin to have his dinner. a f 7... 4, A little later Peter and Wendy, with Fa flew over the pirate ship. ai hope my brothers and the Lost Boys haven&apos;t been captured by Captain Hook,&quot; said Wendy. aI&apos;m afraid they have.&quot; Said Peter. &quot;But don&apos;t worry. I&apos;ll soon rescue them.a
SEC; , uA&gt;&gt;; N. a r . 5. They i!ew down to the deck. But Wendy couldn&apos;t unti the 6. Then Peter had one of his clever ideas. aOh. the cleverness of me.&quot; knots and Peter&apos;s wooden sword wouldn&apos;t cut the rope. Then he laughed and asked Wendy to help him move the plank to the other Tinkerbell warned Peter that Captain Hook was coming. side of the ship. Then they walked along it. jumped ashore from the aWhat are we going to do?&quot; cried Wendy. plank and waited to see what would happen. , a In... .. \W . 7. aI thought I heard that pesky Peter Pan.&quot; cried Captain Hook as that the plank had been moved to the other side of the ship. One by he came up on to the deck. &quot;Hurry up. Smee. and make the prisoners one the prisoners walked along it .and happily hopped down on to walk the plank.&quot; His i!rst mate, Smee. was too short-sighted to notice the beach where Peter and Wendy were waiting to rescue them. V 8. &quot;Up; anchor and away.a chuckled Captain 9. aIt&apos;s all your fault. Smee.a snarled Hook and whipping out his cutlass he chased Hook as is&quot;: prisoners disappeared. Then what a his i!rst mate all over the ship. Meanwhile. thanks to eating so much plum pudding, shock for him when he saw that they were all the Lost Boys did not need any lunch. So instead of having to cook them a meal. safeondayldi!dJnsteud ofstrugglinginthewater. Wendy could play with them and Peter Pan all day long. What fun they had.
I. Hallo, boys and girls, Cinderella speaking. Do you know what I am doing? I&apos;m scrambling some eggs for tea. I hope you like scrambled eggs. And now for my _ta|e this week. It is about Merlin. that famous old magician of King Arthuras Court. who had such a bad memory. 2. Merlin had been busy all day long. casting spells and dreaming up all sorts of queer magic. As a matter of fact. that is what Merlin did every day. Well, along came tea-time. and fancying some scrambled eggs. he went to his cupboard. But. sad to say. no eggs! &quot;Iall go and buy some.a said he. 4. aAlack-a-day,&quot; sighed Merlin. &quot;No tea for me today.&quot; But his wise old owl glared at him. aYou&apos;re forgetting again. Merlin,&quot; said he. aOnce upon a time you could magic an egg out of thin air as easily as catching your beard in the mangle.&quot; aYou&apos;re right.&quot; replied Merlin. 3. Now in those days. people used hourglasses to tell the time. As soon as Merlin looked at his hourglass. he knew it was past shop-closing-time. 5. So Merlin opened his book on how to magic things out of thin air. waved his enchanted wand sixty-six times and said alouda aBy ears and nose and loothy.pe95, i could do mu, six mg eggs,&quot; Now can you see that one of Merlin&apos;x spenai green magic brew: has balled over? &apos; a.a
&quot;N 7. aI do wish I could remember what that magic brew is for.&quot; went on Merlin. now of course. having forgotten all about his egg spell. He clapped his hat on his head and said: aOh well. it&apos;s time for bed.&quot; Oh dear. how his wise owl squawked at him. aSilly old Merlin.&quot;hechanted.&quot;You&apos;veforgottenagain!&quot; 6. aFizz! Splutter! lckleatrickle! Glug-gllig!&quot; gurgled the magic brew. Merlin frowned. aTut! Tut!&quot; he said. aNow what was that magic brew for! | reallyacan&apos;t remember. What a silly magician I am.&quot; He took of? his&apos;hat to scratch his forehead and six eggs suddenly fell out of thin air into his hat. 9. aEggs in my hat!&quot; gasped Merlin. aHow did they get there?&quot; The wise owl squawked with disgust. aYou are always forgetting things,&quot; said he. aOne day youall forget to o toabed and wake up tireda aTh | vA(c)raf&apos;Well.&quot; aslghed Merlin; x ut what a to do with these eggs in my hat?a 8.,iaEhrv 7 wrong!&quot; _ T II. Then he and the wise owl sat down to a tasty tea. Merlin is a funny old fellow! He is always forgetting some- thing. Can you see he has forgotten to l wash his dishes for a fortnight? If). The wise old owl chuckled. aEat them!&quot; J he replied. &quot;We&apos;ll have scramblgd eggs and West for tag.a it was Wahaile Merlin was
rom the Walt Dlsney Motion Picture. aThe Jungle Book&quot; based on the story 7 U 7 i!nd yard Kipling . Mowgli was feeling worried. He and &apos; his friends. Baloo the bear and Bagheera the panther. had lost them- selves in thejungle while out for a walk. aI&apos;ll climb to the top of that high tree,&quot; said Mowgli. aThen maybe I can see which way we should go.&quot; aWhat a good idea.&quot; chuckled Bagheera. II race you to the top, Little Breeches.&quot; he grinned. aTwo pairs of eyes are better than one.&quot; In no time at all. he was half-way up the tree-trunk. for as every- one knows. bears are very good tree- climbers. arenat they? 3. Now it so happened that seated on , v the very topmost branch of the tree &quot; 3 4- al&apos;m Winning. Mowgli. lam winning!&quot; was a big jungge bird. He had i!own up _ a roared Baloo. aI bet I i!nd our way home there for a little sleep after dinner. , I a- i!&apos;SLH The jungle bird grunted- &quot;l cm&quot; apub.a he muttered, aHere comes u w sleep up here with all that noise.&quot; he said. great clumsy bear. Oh i!ddle-de-dee!&quot; a - alid i!ew down to 0 lower brunCh- Mowgli was just below him. (a wm Dlsnuy productions ml. Published ovary Friday by wc Magazines Ltd.. mum Home. Farringdan Sum. London ecAi Sell Anunu: Australia and New Zealand. Gordon I Gatth mt. South Africa. Central N-w: Ag-ncy Lm.. Rhedum and 2mm, Kingxmn. m. Subunption am; st (APS5 91,) tor twelve m min: (270((1 14.. for six mum; Dixneyland mm: not be sold at man: than (in tumult-nande Iallmg pun mom. on m. (over. All riahu mama and rumauuiun without pummion ls nrluly lorbiddun.arinted by Odhaml Wullord) Ltd, 1rd April. 197:.
6.~aJumping coconuts, this is TOO much,&quot; growled 1 the jungle bird. aI must i!nd another tree where l i can roost for the afternoon.&quot; And he i!ew off. with &apos; Mowgli still clinging to his legs. aHey. Mowgli.&quot; called out Baloo. aWhere do you think you&apos;re going?&quot; 5. Mowgli reached up to pull himself on to the 1 branch but caught hold of the jungle bird&apos;s legs instead. aOh. tut, tut, this tree is awfully crowded.a sighed the bird. Then Baloo&apos;s loud voice was heard again. aHey. Mowgli. l&apos;m at..,/-\e~ the top, but I can&apos;t see the way home.&quot; ) 7. Bagheera the panther was startled to see the jungle bird carrying Mowgli away over the trees. Fearful for a. the man_chi|d&apos;s safety. he followed and how pleased a he was to see the bird at last i!y to the ground. re *a . .t ,. 3, MOWQli landed quite safely and a laughed. aWhat is so funny?&quot; i Bagheera asked. aWhy. don&apos;t you see where We are?&quot; cried Mowgli: aThis path leads us back home.&quot; , , ia :0 &apos; &apos; / . . . C ,_ , , . 11&quot; V , till at the top of the tree. staring in all directions. At last. from the distance he heard Mowgli calling. So he clambered down and run In the direction of MOngias voice. He is still wondering how Mowgli found the way home. More exciting things happen to Mowgli and his friends next week.
ALICE 111% - DERPNDAGAIN 2. aWhere did you see him last?&quot; asked Alice. &quot;When we were having a picnic on the seashore.&quot; said theaHatter: &quot;One moment he was there. then he wasn&apos;t.&quot; &quot;Heas probably asleep on the sands.a Alice said. aI&apos;ll help you i!nd him.&quot; I. aThe dormouse is missing! The dormouse is missing!&quot; shouted the Mad Hatter as he ran in a i!zzling i!uster towards Alice. aSee!a he whifi!ed. whipping off the lid of his teapot.aaHe&apos;s not inside and he&apos;s always inside at three o&apos;clock in the afternoon. Where can he be?&quot; 3. Alice ran after the Hatter when he ran off, but when she reached the beach he had disappeared But her friends the Walrus and the Carpenter were there, taking some oysters for a walk. The Walrus and the Carpenter were holding big shells to their ears. a 4. The Carpenter handed his shell to Alice. aIf you put it to your ear you can hear the sea snoring!&quot; he said. &quot;Nonsense!&quot; replied Alice. aThe dormouse is missing. Have you seen him?a aWhat has that to do with sea-shells?a asked the Walrus. 5. &quot;No, we havenat seen him,&quot; grinned the Carpenter. Then he put both the shells to his ears. ai say, I say.a chuckled he. ai can hear the sea snoring twice as loud now.&quot; How the oysters roared with laughter. aHe&apos;s right. you know,&quot; one of them told Alice. aWhy don&apos;t you listen? Just for fun!&quot;
7. Then Alice gasped. aWhy,a she said. aI really can hear the sea snoring.&quot; Then she added: &quot;But the sea never sleeps.&quot; aYes, it does.&quot; replied the Walrus. aHaven&apos;t you ever heard of the sea-bed? That&apos;s where it sleeps.&quot; But Alice had heard a little squeak. She turned the sea-shell upside down and out fell the dormouse! Just then up dashed the Mad Hatter with tea and cakes. 6. Alice heaved a sigh. aI can see I&apos;m not going to get anything sensible out of you people until I do listen to one of your seaashells,&quot; she said and taking one she put it close to her ear and listened. Can you help Pinocchio find the right path so that he can join his little friend, Jiminy Cricket?
a 00 yo!) like playing in the snow? Pinocchio does. Pinocchio |(b). One afternoon Pinocchio ran out to play in the snow. aHey, li!i!aA(c)aWooaden puppet; made by lovable old Gepetto. the village there, Pinocchio,&quot; called out Gepetto. &quot;Come back. It is time for caraVer. GA(c)petto had always wanted a boy of his own and the you to have your bath.&quot; But Pinocchio laughed merrily. &quot;Fiddle- awho likeqaGgpaegjzg. has! granted him his wish. because sticks! I donat like having a bath.&quot; he replied. aI&apos;d rather play in a &apos; , toiall theaialillagaea boys and glrls. the snow and make a snowman, thank you very much.&quot; i . i a K
} 5. Pinocchio chuckled and turned away and started to make a snowman. . . . C . k , H n d &quot;Iam going to make the biggest snowman ever.&quot; he said. And that is just 3a &apos; &apos; 4&apos; Poor awe hmmy ac at. e am managg a.Adeg &apos; a what he did. When he had i!nished he stood back to look at it proudly. jump up and dodge the huge snowball. As it . . h . I whizzed below him, he shouted angrily: MIa was , But just I en it started to wobble and to mph/e forward bigger i&apos;d come down and spunk you, Pinocchio. a You&apos;re a very naughty boy!&quot; . a a 7. &quot;Oh dear.&quot; sighed Gepetto. when ~ &apos; &quot; a &quot; &quot; , a u Pinocchio arrived home aYou must have 6. SPLOSH! The snowman fell right on top of _. . . .a. Pinocchio and broke in pieces. aSplutter! ~ a hot bath a9ht 0aa07a .And aCUM-19:0 GaGROO!&quot; said Pinocchio with o shiver. Larka; solo&quot; as :Iaocchr 9.33mi; e Jiminy roared with laughter, aHa, ha. ha.&quot; he &apos; b2; &apos;h e_ i!rgheid hZPELghe winked Z: giggled. aNow you are wet through and COM. 0 e. a &apos; so You&apos;d better run home to Gepett Jiminy who grinned merrily. &quot;7-? 33:13:13.9 &apos;
And here I am again, boys and girls, with another wonderful picture for you. A beautiful butteri!y was i!ying through the forest one day and suddenly landed on Bambi&apos;s tail. aTell me, Bambi. why did the bread roll?&quot; it wanted to know. Bambi smiled. &quot;I know the answer to that one.&quot; he chuckled. aBecause it saw the butteri!y.&quot; How all the birds and animals laughed at the butterflyas funny riddle. Now hidden in the picture are two more butteri!ies, a squirrel. a rabbit, an owl and a woodpecker. Can you see them? More fun next week. children. It will be Easter. wonat it? And our cover picture will show the wonderful Disneyland Easter Parade. Your friend, Mikey Mouse l