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I. Do you know Dumbo the baby elephant? If you do. you will also know that he can i!y like a blrd by wiggling those great big ears of his up and down. Can you see the merry little mouse trotting along in front of him! His name is Timothy Mouse and he&apos;s Dumboas best friend. What adventures they have together! 2a Just like Maryas little lamb. everywhere that Dumbo went Timothy Mouse was sure to go. One day. when they were out for a walk. Dumbo decided to i!y off and give Timothy Mouse a jolly trip high up over the tree tops. 3. &quot;Hang on nice and tight, Timothy.&quot; said Dumbo. Way down , ~ below Mrs. Long-ears Was getting cross with her young rabbit. Fl0p5y_ d It was time for Flopsy to have his bath but the little bunny ran away. . - x af , , r His mummy called out, aCome back at once!&quot; aLook at naughty . . t a on I Flopsy, Dumbo.&quot; said Timothy Mouse. aHe wonat have a bath.&quot; m u . M -;:u~ &quot;&quot; a&apos;viigalhmi,A&gt;&gt; a: a .-&apos;
a__ &quot; I 4. Flopsy ran off, roaring with laughter. aI don&apos;t like -a a.a baths.a he shouted. &quot;See you later, Mummy.&quot; He was looking over his shoulder as he shouted and did not see that he was running towards a forest pool. aLook where you are going!&quot; called Dumbo. 5. Too late! Flopsy tripped and fell headlong into the cold. cold water of the pool. aGloop! GIoop-a-doop!&quot; spluttered Flopsy. aOh clear, this is worse than having one of Mummy&apos;s baths.&quot; Then he remembered something. &quot;Help! I canat swim.&quot; he cried. &quot;Help! Someone save me!a 6. ZOO-000M! That was Dumbo. [diving down to i a 7. Dumbo took Flopsy back to his mummy. aIt just &apos; rescue young Flopsy. aCatch hold of my trunk,&quot; shouted serves you right for being a naughty boy. Flopsy.&quot; Dumbo. And that is Just what Flopsy did. Then Dumbo said Mrs. Long-ears. &quot;Ha. ha!&quot; lGUQhEd Flopsy. &quot;lt i!ew up into the air with Flopsy clinging to his trunk. was a very cold bath but worth it to i!y through the Oh. th-thank you. Dumbo.&quot; gasped Flopsy. air with Dumbo.&quot; Join Dumbo again next week. a 7
Do you remember last week that Dopey gave i!owereach. You see.we love you.Snow White,&quot; Snow White a lovely bunch of i!owers? Well, said Doc. Now Bashful was so bashful he hid his the rest of the dwarfs saw how pleased Snow i!ower behind his back. He did not notice a baby White was and they all decided to give her a deer tip-toe quietly towards him. &quot;Oops!&quot; gasped Bashful when his turn came to bud remained on the stalk. So she put the Stalk give Snow White his flower. &quot;It&apos;s gone!&quot;Yes.the in water and a beautiful red rose bloomed, baby deer had eaten it. Bashiul was upset. Snow White and the others danced and sang However, Snow White saw that an unopened while Bashful smelled his rose. Can you see him!
Now look at the pretty i!eld above. There are lots of i!owers and toadstools. But can you see the three balls and three bones hidden in the picture? When you have found the balls and the bones, count how many toadstools you can see. Are there seven? Now count how many stones you can see There are twelve Can you count much more than twelve? If so. you are clever. Pongo looks very proud of his three puppies, doesn&apos;t he? Have you seen them in the wonderful Disney i!lm &quot;A Hundred and One Dalmatians&quot;? In the picture below the puppiesa leads are in a tangle. Help Pongo sort out which lead belongs to which puppy. These two kennels look alike but really they are not. Can you see the difference? The answer is given below. &apos;siauod apis BJOUJ sou |auua&gt;i JeMo; aqi butterfly. but the mint-1&apos; Wing has been left lo: you to, colour With pallll\ 0a limit
A(c)A(c)A(r)A(r)A(c) AiliOCiilJS This new Walt Disney film is being shown at cinemas in all the big cities in Great Britain. Duchess, a beautiful white cat, and her three kittens were the beloved pets of Lady Adelaide, a very rich lady. One day Lady Adelaide made 2. Many miles away. us down broke in the sky. arrangements to leave her money to her pets. I. Edgar rode home giggling to Duchess opened her lovely eyes and stared But. if anything should happen to the pets, her himself. aThose cats will never around her. aGoodness me. Wherever am I?&quot; riches were to go to her butler, Edgar. When i!nd their way home.&quot; he chuckled. she wondered. Her three little kittens huddled : Edgar learned this. he kidnapped Duchess and &quot;and the old lady&apos;s money will all close to her. aMama. I want to go home,&quot; one her kittens and took them into the country. be mine. How clever I am!&quot; of them whimpered. &quot;So do I,a cried another. 4. The strange cal: smiled cheekin at Duchess. uHi there!&quot; said he. aMy name is O&apos;Malley. and what might your name be?&quot; aI am called Duchess.&quot; replied the beautiful white cat. aand I&apos;m in a great deal oftrOUble&apos;u 3. Edgar had put some sleeping mixture into the kittens&apos; food the night before and they had been asleep while the rascally bUtler smuggled them out into the country. So they were all puzzled as to what had happened to them. Then suddenly they heard someone singing by the river. It was a big cat with bright shining eyes. V 6. OaMalley laughed. &quot;Show you the way?&quot; he grinned, &quot;Just leave this to O&apos;Malley the Alley Cut. You shall fly to Paris on a 5. OaMalley beamed With delight and pit-patted across the bridge towards Magic Carpet. Follow me!&quot; OaMalley led DlKliQsS. &quot;lam good at helping damsels in distress,&quot; he said, aNow. whatas the way to a road nearby and then, as the trouble?&quot; Duchess sighed. &quot;lt is most important that i get back to my Duchess and her kittens watched with home in Paris. Do you think you could show me the way?&quot; wondering eyes, he climbed a tree.
A&lt;&lt;&apos; - 7. &quot;Hide yourselves.&quot; the Alley Cat called out. &quot;Our magic carpet will be along in a few minutes.&quot; Duchess and her baby kittens hid themselves amongst some bushes. Then. from&apos; away in the distance they heard a aChug-chug- chug&quot; and a milk truck came into sight. 8. OaMalley waited until the milk truck was trund- ling under the tree where he was hiding. Then in a single leap he jumped down on to the bonnet ofthe truck with a thump. and pulled an ugly face through the windscreen at the driver. . \ &quot;f 1a _\:&lt;a 9. The driver was so startled by ,a a.1 I, g , &apos; O&apos;Malley&apos;s wild staring eyes he slammed . &gt; &apos; a his foot down hard on the brake. As the milk truck stopped. OaMalley sprang into the long grass at the Side ofthe road and glided swiftly towards the rear of the truck. &quot;Quick. Duchess!&quot; he hissed. e , l0. The truck driver clambered down. muttering angrily to himself. aThat dratted cataaand started cranking his engine. Which wouldnat start. &quot;If only I could get my hands on him. l&apos;d teach him a lesson he would never forget. Indeed I would!a ll. Meanwhile . . . &quot;Step lively! All aboard the magic carpet for Paris,&quot; grinned OaMalley, and Duchess and her kittens climbed into the back of the truck, aWhat a good friend you are. Mr. OaMalley.&quot; smiled Duchess as she and her kittens settled down to a splendid breakfast of Creamy milk More adventures with The Aristocats next week?
&quot;Redskins?&quot; quacked Donald Duck. when he and Mickey Mouse&apos; were out for a walk in theaWild West one day. &quot;l don&apos;t&apos;see any Redskins! And anyway. who&apos;s afraid of Redskins?&quot; Mickey Mouse gulped. aDaDonald!&quot; he stammered. aD-Don&apos;t look n-now but . . .&quot; aI think Redskins are a lot of silly old softies.&quot; said Donald in a loud voice. alfl had my way I&apos;d run them out of the Wild West. Then the West wouldn&apos;t be wild any longer.&quot; Mickey&apos;s knees started to knock together. aD-Donald.&quot; he chattered. aTh-thereas a great big Redskin Chief behind you.&quot; &quot;And what&apos;s more . . .&quot; began Donald. Then he stopped quacking and started to quake as a deep voice boomed out: aI LIKE ROAST DUCK!&quot; . Donald and Mickey had stopped for a little chat. While they were talking a huge Indian Chief had suddenly stepped out of hiding and stood. arms folded. behind Donald. Mickey and Donald looked at each other as that deep voice bellowed: aAND I THINK ALL MICE SHOULD BE DUMPED IN A Mickey Donald and &apos;Big Chief Sad Sack DUSTBIN.&quot; They both started to run but before they had taken more than three steps. Red Indians sprang out from everywhere and surrounded them. &quot;HA!&quot; rasped the big Redskin Chief. aYou are our prisoners.&quot; aOh, d-don&apos;t say that.&quot; said Mickey. aSpare us!&quot; &quot;NO!&quot; shouted the Chief. . aOh dud-dear.&quot; quavered Mickey. aWon&apos;t anything m-make you change your mind?&quot; &apos; The Big Chief glared at poor Mickey and Donald. aWell, there is something.&quot; he said. aEver sinte I was born I&apos;ve never been able to laugh. When I was a boy everybody called me Sad Sack and everybody still calls me Sad Sack. My braves say they&apos;ll i!nd a new chief unless I can start laughing.&quot; &quot;Fancy that.&quot; said Mickey, feeling sorry for Big Chief Sad Sack. aMany people have tried to make me laugh.&quot; went on Sad Sack, abut theyave all failed.&quot; alfl make you laugh. will you let us go?&quot; asked Mickey. &quot;Of course.&quot; replied Sad Sack. Mickey thought for a few minutes. Then he asked: aWhy did the little paleface boy put a beetle in his sister&apos;s bed?&quot; Sad Sack shook his head. aI don&apos;t know.&quot; he said. aWhy did the little paleface boy put a beetle in his sister&apos;s bed?&quot; aBecause he couldn&apos;t_i!nd a frog.&quot; chuckled MiCke)a. And Sad Sack started to laugh and laugh. In fact. he laughed so much the ground began to shake. All his braves started to laugh_ too. and the air rang and rang again with merrlmenh aCan we go now?&quot; asked Mickey. &quot;NO!&quot; roared The Chief. &quot;Not yet. You must stay to supper.&quot; And they did. Donald was pleased roast duck wasn&apos;t on the mana. More laughs with Mickey and Donald next week.
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lllie illiVA(c)llTllREA(c) PalA(c)i From the Walt Disney Motion Picture based on the story by Sir James Barrie . I . 9a Have you aever heard of that fierce pirate, Captain Hick? He is the enemy of Peter Pan, the gmazing boy who nevA(c)r wants to grova up. . . Well, one day. Captain Hook was on his way to his ship which was alfnqeed in Skeleton Cove. ASSuddenly Captain Hook heard a clock ticking loudly&apos;a .there. right behindi!img was a huge crocodile. The rascally captain was frightened. \ . \pi!_, &apos; . 2. This crocodile had once eaten Captain Hook&apos;s left hand and had. ever since. hunted the captain. Luckily for 3. The crocodile c0uld run very fast but Captain HOOk EOUla run faster. After Hook, the crocodile had swallowed an alarm clock and three miles he managed to lose the crocodile and he leaned against a tree, the ticking of the clock always warned the pirate that mopping his forehead. aPhewla he gasped. &quot;That was a narrow escape.&quot; Jus: the crocodile was near. Captain Hook took to his heels. then along came Wendy Darling. Peter Pan&apos;s best friend. 4. As soon as Captain Hook saw Wendy. he grinned andashowed his bi white teeth. aHa, he rasped. &quot;I can capture her, i will tell I Peter Pan that l will only release her if he gives himself up to me as my prisoner.&quot; And with those words he drew his sword and sprang out on Wendy. aGot you!&quot; he shouted. &quot;This time you cannot escape. and soon I will have Peter Pan. too!&quot;
6. Tinker Bell i!ew off to tell Peter Pan that the wicked pirate had Wendy in his clutchesa Peter was having a nap when Tinker Bell shouted her news in his ear in her silvery voice. Peter leaped out of bed. aTo Wendyas rescue!&quot; he cried! aI have a plan!a 5. Of course, poor Wendy was no matA(c)h for the big pirate and she was soon tied up. aIf that cheeky brat. Peter Pan, will give himself up to me.you can go free.&quot; he Sneered. But unknown toeitherWendy or Hook. the tiny fairy, Tinker Bell, had seen What had happened. 1aa a1a7. 7. A little later Captain H00l&lt; Who was grinning down at Wendy 8- aOh. the wonder 0f me!&quot; laughed Peter as he came out from heard a loud tickingi Tick! Tock! Tick! Tock! When he heard this, behind G &quot;eev hOlding his alarm clock in his hand. alt was you!&quot; the bold captain&apos;s face began to turn green with fright. aThe cried Wendy- aWhy. l thought it was the crocodile.&quot; Peter and crocodile!&quot; he yelled and bolted for dear life. As Hook vanished, Tinker Ball lGUShEd- a50 did Captain HOOK&apos;v rePl!ed P939&quot; WGIa a. Wendy heard the famous chuckle of Peter Pan. aI thought he would runtThat was why I brought my dock with me!&quot; Peter Pan has another exciting adventure next week!
I. It is a beautiful summer&apos;s day and Bambi&apos;s friend Thumper, the rabbit, has come to ask Bambi to come out and play in the sunshine. aIad like to very much.&quot; says Bambi. aCan i Hello chndren Cinderella speaking. This week go. please. Mummy?&quot; aYes, but don&apos;t get too hot and tired,&quot; answers Mummy. who is I have a lovea: aa0a. for you about Bambi and lying in the shade of a&apos;tree. &quot;I heard a wise old owl saying that it was going to get much his friend Thumper, the Rabbit, hotter later on. and he is always right.&quot; 3. But when it comes to crossing a stream. Bambi can show Thumper the way. using his dainty pointed hoofs to pick his way safely across the stepping aona 2a aWell, itas not too hot yet to have a race.&quot; laughs Thumper. &quot;I&apos;ll beat you a r a I a _ down to the stream, Bambi.a And away they go through the soft grass and 4&apos; The 5a&quot; a5 Slh&apos;&quot;&apos;&quot;?,b&quot;9haly and 59Adeg&quot; the ame frmads beautiful i!owers. Over the ground Thumper can run faster than Bambi. and his fee! hot and a&apos;eai- There a5 ce&apos;m&apos;a a0 be some Shade back legs go thumpity-thump like the sound of a drum. beneath ahaa tree over [here&apos; ThumPerv&quot; smiles Bambi.
5. But when they reach the tree. they i!nd Clara. the cow. lying in the shade. aMo&apos;o! Moo!&quot; says Clara. &quot;Go away. little ones. You can seeathere is only room here for one animal as big as me.&quot; 7. Henry and Hetty Heron are much nicer than Clara. the cow. and they each lift a leg so that Bambi and Thumper can sit in their shadows. 6. aClara is very cross today.&quot; says Thumper. and Bambi says: aPerhaps she is feeling very hot. too. We really must i!nd some shade soon, Thumper. l&apos;m gasping for breath.&quot; They return to the stream and there they see Henry and Hetty Heroni Then Bambi has an idea and asks each heron to raise one leg. . It was lovely and cool. aM&apos;m.a chuckes umper, athis is the life. I say. Henry Heron. Iave got a riddle for you. What can you lose without even owning?&quot; aHa. ha!&quot; laughs Henry. aYour way home. of course. So be sure not to lose yourselves when you go.&quot; aWe won&apos;t.&quot; smile Bambi and Thumper. aWe must be off now. Thank you very much for your help.&quot; And away 90 the two friends. delighted to have had such a lovely. exciting day. Did you like that story: children? I hope so. This is Cinderella saying: &quot;Iall be back again next week with another merry story.a
&quot;&apos;/&lt;~lile m3 7 JUNE WK From the Walt Disney Motion Picture. &quot;The Jungle 1a&quot; A&lt;&lt;\Book&quot; based on the story by Rudyard Kipling. [g a*vl&apos; 3! . Mowgll the jungle boy was talking one day to his good friend. Bagheera the panther. when crashing out of the jungle and looking pleased with himself, stumbled Baloo the bear. &quot;lave found a big beesa nest.&quot; he shouted. aIt&apos;s oozing with honey. Follow me. and I will lead you to a i!ne feast.&quot; 2. Into the jungle they all went. Baloo happily leading the way. Mowgll had no idea where he was golng. aHow much farther is it?&quot; he called out to Baloo, after walking about for what a seemed to be an hour. aNot for now,&quot; repned the big happy bear still ambllng on_ ing up the red-pf we! kl mg. ,. ._ glieve ten when
a1a .&quot; afa A i J 5. As Baloo watched Mowgli happily swing- ing to and fro. he decided that he would like to have a swing, too. aLook out. Mowgli. Here I come.&quot; he shouted as he grabbed a vine. aA fully-grown bear ought to know better,&quot; growled Bug- 7. How right Bagheera was. for just at that moment Baloo decided to try swinging without holding on. &quot;Look at me. Mowgli,&quot; he laughed. &quot;No hands!&quot; Down he went with a mighty crash into the undergrowth a elow. Mowgli very wisely decided not to try. 8. Then from the undergrowth came a mighty shout and a moment later. out staggered Baloothh a huge honeycomb. &quot;i found it,a he laughed. &quot;i knew it woS around here!&quot; 9a The honeycomb was delicious and they had a i!ne feast. ait&apos;s the best honey Iave ever tasted.&quot; laughed Mowgll. aBaggy thinks so. too.&quot; chuckled Buloo. aHe isnat such a soun- pugsv d,hthgr~aAC/ASS I was.&quot;
I. Alice was walking through , Y Wonderland with the March ; Hare when she saw two fat boys squabbling. They looked very alike. aWhy, Tweedle- Dum and Tweedle-Dee!a she smiled. Tweedle-Dum frowned. aStand back!&quot; he ordered. aWe are i!ghting over this rattle.&quot; 3. aI&apos;m not a rabbit. I&apos;m a hare,&quot; explained the Hare. And Tweedle-Dum said: aSo you&apos;re trying to pick a quarrel. are you? Choose your weapons.&quot; The Hare laughed. &quot;Pillows.&quot; said &quot;Law 2. aFancy i!ghting over a baby&apos;s rattle.&quot; scoffed the March Hare. aWhy. Iam daft but l&apos;m not as daft as that!&quot; The fat a brothers glared at him, then glared at each other. raising their i!sts again. aStop! Don&apos;t i!ght!&quot; pleaded the March Hare and stepped forward between them. Alas. he trod on the rattle. &quot;You silly rabbit!&quot; roared Tweedle-Dee angrily. 6. When she arrived at the cottage. she asked: &quot;Can I join you for tea?&quot; aHelp yourself,&quot; replied the Hatter. aGoodness, thereas nothing to eat,&quot; said Alice. &quot;1 know.&quot; said he. aI wanted buttered buns for tea but the March Hare daShed into the shop ahead of me and bought every bun before I could say a word.&quot;
7. aWhy.a said Alice. al left the March Hare fast asleep just now. Those noisy boys must have woken him up.&quot; She hurried back to the scene of the pillow-i!ght. The brothers and the Hare were all standing back to back. their arms full of bgns. aThe pillow-i!ght is over. Now we&apos;re going to haVe a bun i!ght.&quot; the Hare explained. 8. aWhen I say aTime for bun-fun&apos;,&quot;went on the March Hare,awe all turn and throw buns at each other.&quot; aBefore you start,&quot; said Alice, acould you spare some buns, please. for the Mad Hatter? He has a nothing for tea.a aTea!a a shouted the Hare. aCome on boys.&quot; and they all ran to a the Hatter&apos;s cottage where &apos; they had a splendid party. . &apos;\ be.&quot; EWAKF is Fl..ng -v a Here are those merryli&apos;ttle mean,the$ev,en}la3 fs. &apos;8ng _ &gt; ,, One only is i!yan aqv kite. Iafyggai!race wit , V. , aid a _ a will aBe auble as gas .aizza&apos;rf is i!ying A&lt;&lt;air, We 4 a t a of-nhae , mm It begins with D an [away-V -
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L. 5. Just at that moment Pinocchio gave a shout of delight. aI&apos;ve got a bite,&quot; he laughed and with a one-two-three- heave! he pulled outano. not a i!shabut a shining gold watch and chain. aWell, fancy that,&quot; gasped Pinocchio and liminy Cricket&apos;s eyes blinked wide open in surprise. 6. Then . . . aHEY!a bellowed a very loud voice. aWhat are you two doing here on my land? And why are you i!shing in my lake?&quot; Then a very angry man stumped on to the scene. aBullseyes and buttermints!&quot; cried Jiminy Cricket, aNow we are in a pickle.&quot; Poor Pinocchio just stood frozen to the spot and gaped at the man wondering what was going to happen next. a4! 7- &quot;Speak up!&quot; roared the man. aWhat have you to Say for yourself?&quot; And Pinocchio held up the gold Watch and chain. aPlease. sir,&quot; he gulped. al d-didn&apos;t catch any f-faish. I caught only this.a The man stared. &quot;Why. that&apos;s my beautiful gold watch.&quot; he said. 8. aIt must have dropped out of my pocket when l was paddling in the lake; &apos; yesterday,&quot; said the man. aI&apos;ve been looking for it everywhere.a Then he grabbed . the watch and chain. aBe off with you. boy,&quot; he rasped. aDon&apos;t let me catch you &quot; a on my land again.&quot; Pinocchio and Jiminy walked away. aWell,a said Pinocchio. , ,\ awhat an old grumpy-grunt. He might have thanked me for i!nding his watch.a \ 9- aI quite agree,a said Jiminy Cricket. &quot;But never mind. Letas go home. it&apos;s supper time.a When they arrived home. poor old Gepetto WGS lOOkIng sad. aI forgot to buy anything for supper,&quot; he said. aWeave nothing to eat. Iam sorry. PinOCChiO.a As he spoke there came cl knock at the door and Standing in the doorway was a gamekeeper holding two large i!sh, The Squire told me to give these to the little boy who found his watch.&quot; he said. And Pinocchio danced with glee. &quot;He did say thank you after all,&quot; he laughed. More fun with Pinocchio and Jimmy Cricket next week. &apos; lWl Publlslmd &apos; id..Flc l aup.a Lu! Rlioac a Wait Mm 7mm ni&apos;uitlh 1,: wiuuaum Oust. rmmg A&lt;&lt;; cmhm Kilin&apos;vmi: i (:1 hub.a A&lt;&lt;incl mung n A&lt;&lt;MaA&gt;&gt;. ms nu lill i9/i