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New silk-finish enlargement, ivory geld- 




IMPORTANT!— DO NOT ENCLOSE ANY MONEY 
to Reeeive Your Beautiful Now Silk Finish 
ENLARGEMENT and Ivory Qold-Toolid Frami 

Here's What to Do:— SEND NO MONEY! Just send us a snap- 
shot, photograph or negative of your favorite picture. Mail with the 
coupon. Accept your beautifully framed enlargement when it arrives 
and pay postman only 19c each plus small mailing cost for picture 
and frame. If not completely satisfied, return the enlargement within 
10 days and your money will be refunded. But yon mcy keep the 
frame us a gtft for promptness. Limit 2 to a customer. Original 
snapshot or negative will be returned. NOTE: Be sure to enclose 
color of hair, eyes and clothing for complete information on having 
your enlargement beautifully hand-colored in oils. Rush coupon with 
photo or negative today before offer is withdrawn. 



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PHOTOGRAPH OR NEGATIVE 




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Have you ever wished you could have your own favorite pic- 
ture or snapshot enlarged like the pictures of Movie Stars? 
If you act now, you can make your wish come true. Just to 
get acquainted, we will make you a handsome, silk finish 
enlargement, mounted in a rich, gold-tooled frame with glas- 
sine front and standing easel hack for only 19c each for the 
Picture and Frame, plus cost of mailing. Hundreds of thou- 
sands of people have already taken advantage of this generous 
offer, and to acquaint millions more like yourself with the 
famous studio portrait quality of our work, we now make 
.this trial offer to you. 

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Think of it, only 19c each for a beautiful enlargement and 
frame you will cherish for years to come. Because of the 
sensational low price of this get-acquainted offer we must set 
a limit of 2 to a customer. So hurry — send one or two of 
your best photographs (either picture or negative) with the 
coupon below today. Be sure to include the color of hair, 
eyes and clothing for complete information on having your 
enlargement beautifully colored in life-like oils. SEND NO 
MONEY! Just mail coupon to us today. Include all infor- 
mation. Your original snapshot or negative will be returned. 

RUSH YOUR ORDER/ Your enlargement will be 
shipped direct from our Hollywood studios! 



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1227 Loyola Ave, Chicago 26, 111. 

Enclosed find snapshot or negative. 

(Hpeclfy number, limit 31 

Please make Enlargement and Frame. 

(Hpeclfy number, limit 2) 
I will pay postman only 19c each for Enlargement 
and Frame, on arrival, plus mailing costs, on your 
!0-day monc-back guarantee offer. 



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COOKIE, published bi-monthly and copy rlgh t, 1850, by Michel Publications, Inc., 430 BeSoto Av* t , 
St. Louis 7, Missouri. Editorial offices, 45 West 45th St., Mew York 19, N.T. Richard E. Hughes, 
Editor^ Frederick H. Iger, Business Manager. Subscription (12 Issues), $1.90; single copies, 
$0.10; foreign postage extra. For advertising Information, address American Comic * Group, 45 West 
45th St., New York 10, N.Y. Entered as second class natter at the Post Office at St. Louis, Ko. 
Mo. 99, February-March, 1951. Printed in U.S. A. 



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GETTING READY FOR THE 
BIG SWINe-OtNG TONIGHT? 




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I MEAN ACTUALLY 
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ON MY MAKE- UP--- 
YOU GO AHEAD! — 
OH,0ARN!VLL HAVE 
TO PO MY HAIJR OVER! 
-I HATE 1TTHI9 WAY! 





LAND SAKE5, POTTY, YOU'VE 
BEEN STAMPING THERE 
LIKE A STATUE FOR IS 
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THERE WAS despair in the 
heart of Cookie 0' Toole and 
despair in the hearts of his 
classmates. For Miss Clara Bin- 
yon, the new English teacher, 
had arrived and taken over! And 
Miss Binyon' s name was not to be 
mentioned lightly, but in muted 
whispers, in fear and trembling. 

Miss Binyon was elderly, skin- 
ny and strict. Her homework as- 
signments covered an entire black- 
board every single day. She was 
much given to springing unan- 
nounced quizzes to trap the un- 
lucky ones who had not read the 
first fifteen chapters of "Ivan- 
hoe" the night before. Further - 
more, she would often steal up 
behind an unwary kid in the li- 
brary to see what he was reading. 
If it was " trash", woe betide 
the unlucky reader! 

Needless to say, none of this 

testing and pouncing did anyone 
any good. In a few short weeks, 
all of Miss Binyon' s students 
became quite pale and nervous, 
jumping at unexpected sounds and 
unable to have any fun because 
doing homework became a general 
career. 

One afternoon, as Cookie, An- 
gelpuss and Jitterbuck were gath- 
ered around some malts at the 
Soda Jerkerie, Angel burst forth, 
" I don' t care! She' s a terror! 
She' s nothing but a mean old 
thing!" 

No names were necessary. Rais- 
ing his heavy-lidded eyes, Jit 
moaned, "Boy, Simon Legree had 
nothing on her! Talk about slave- 
drivers!" 

Cookie was so disheartened that 

he could hardly finish his malt. 

"Don't fight it, friends," he 

advised, "it's bigger than we 

are!" 

The soda jerk leaned across the 
counter and looked thoughtful. 
"Y'know somethin'," he said. "I 
used to have a teacher like that! 
She was murder. .. till she met 
some Romeo and made with the ro- 



mance! She was a different chick 
from then on. Sorta human, almost!" 
Into the hearts of Cookie, An- 
gel and Jit came a thin ray of 

hope. "Maybe., .maybe that would 
happen to Miss Binyon, too, if 
she had a. .. boyfriend, " Angel 
said hesitantly, as though the 
idea were too fantastic. 

"Maybe she's got one right 
now!" Jit offered despondently. 
" Maybe she' s as human now as she 
ever will be!" 

"This is not time ta quit!" 
Cookie said. "The situation is 
serious! Why don' t we find out 
an' do somethin' about it!" 

"You're elected! "Angel and Jit 

cried simultaneously. " And re- 
member, a lot depends on you!" 
It was with this thought in 
mind, that Cookie started his in- 
vestigation. For a starter, he 
trailed Miss Binyon to a local 
circulating library near the 

boarding house where she 
roomed. And his heart leaped as 

he saw Miss Binyon select a novel 

clearly entitled "«Love' s Tangled 

Web". "Hmmmmmm. .." said Cookie 

thoughtfully, as he watched Miss 

Binyon slip the novel into a 

"Kenilworth" book jacket. 

From the library, there was a 
short brisk walk to the Bijou. 
Sacrificing some date money, 
Cookie followed Miss Binyon into 
the darkened movie house. The 
sacrifice was worth it. Miss Bin- 
yon fastened her eyes on Van John- 
son as a few deep sighs escaped 
her. She sure was gone on Van! 
"Hmmmmmm..." Cookie said again. 

On the way home, Miss Binyon 
paused for a moment in front of 
a store window. The display 
featured a perfume called "Love 
Thief". Miss Binyon appeared to 
be giving it a good deal of 
thought. 

"Hmmmmmm..." said Cookie for 
the third time, "I think I see 
the way clear, with just a little 
figuring. Miss Binyon is ready 
for romance!" 



Cookie worked out what he con- 
sidered a fool-proof plan to 
bring Cupid and a softening in- 
fluence to Miss Clara Binyon. 
Carefully, he typed a note which 
read, "Dear Miss Binyon, please 
do not think me forward or bold. 
You are the type of woman I have 
long admired but seldom seen. 
If you think this note worthy 
of answer, please drop your re - 
ply at the newspaper office." 
Cookie thought for a while be- 
fore adding the signature, 
" Smitten". 

It worked like a charm. The 
very next day, Miss Binyon' s 
class was surprised to note that 
Miss Binyon' s cheeks were faint- 
ly pink and that she had a tend- 
ency to stare out of the window. 
Cookie knew that she had re- 
ceived the note. Perhaps she 

was even planning to answer it! 
' She was. That very afternoon, 

Cookie picked up her answer at 
the newspaper office. It said, 
"Dear unknown, I am not the 
type who ordinarily responds 
to advances of any kind. How- 
ever, your note interests me." 
It was signed "Clara B". 

After that, Cookie was kept 
very busy. Correspondence flowed 
between "Smitten" and Miss Bin- 
yon, getting warmer and warmer 
in tone. And Miss- Binyon herself 
began to do her hair in curls, 
to make little jokes in the 
classroom and to become rather 
absent-minded about assigning 
homework of any sort. The class 
breathed again. 

The romance between Miss Bin - 
yon and her unknown admirer 
flourished so, that one day the 
schoolteacher turned up in class 
with a new permanent wave and 
lipstick! Something told Cookie 
that the name of her perfume, 
as it was wafted 
was "Love Thief", 
was serene in Miss 
lish classes. 

And then. . . di'saster! Cookie, 
stopping at the newspaper office 
to get Miss Binyon' s note, al- 
most choked as he read it. It 
said, "Dear unknown, I feel 
that it is time we met! I am 
sure we have much to say to each 



towards him, 

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other. I shall wait for you at 
the newspaper office tonight! 

"Jeepers, I never thought of 
that!" Cookie exclaimed. "This 
means trouble! What' 11 I do if 
she finds out it wuz me all the 
time? I' 11 be court-martialled. . . 
she' 11 sock me with fifty years 
o' homework! I've gotta do some- 
thin'!" 

With the fear of Miss Binyon 
spurring him on, Cookie composed 
a note. It said, "Dear Clara, 
you must forgive me, but I am 
called out of town suddenly. You 
shall hear from me when I re- 
turn!" 

Wildly, frantically, he" raced 
to the newspaper office to de- 
liver it in time to head off the 
dread woman. And as he entered 
the office, a feeling of guilt 
hit him in the pit of his stomach. 
Someone was talking about her. 
"Now, you take that Clara Bin- 
yon," he was saying. "She's 
gotten to be a mighty fine-look- 



ing woman. 
It was 



Changed a lot, I'd say!" 



Mr. Oliver Worthing, 
old bachelor-about-town and ed - 
itor of the lovelorn column. In 
a flash, Cookie revised his stra- 
tegy. It was do or die! Sink or 
swim! Tearing up the note he had 
brought, he wrote another one 
for Miss Binyon. It said,- "Just 
ask for Oliver Worthing." Then 
Cookie ran. 

About a month later, the news- 
paper carried the announcement 
of the engagement of Miss Clara 
Binyon to Mr. Oliver Worthing. 
Miss Binyon had blossomed with 
the romance, so that she was 
sweet and understanding, gentle 
and soft-spoken. Her classes a- 
dored her and were ready to vote 
her the most popular teacher of 
all time. Everything was perfect. 
Cookie was a hero! He collected 
enough money from the class to 
buy Miss Binyon a corsage of 
gardenias. 

As she took them, Miss Binyon 
blushed and said, "Thank you so 
much. I wish to announce that 
after my marriage, I am going to 
retire. My place will be taken 
by Miss Louella Binyon, my older 
sister. And, class. .. she' s very 

strict!" 




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STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, AND CIRCULATION REQUIRED BY THE 
ACT OF C0NGRES8 OF AUGUST 24, 1912, AS AMENDED BY THE ACTS OF MARCH 3, 1933, 
AND JULY 2, 1946 (Title 39, United States Code, Section 233) 

Of "COOKIE", published Bi-monthly at St. Louis, Mo., for October 1st, 1950. 



1. The names and addresses of the publisher, 
editor, managing editor, and business managers 
are: Publisher, Michel Publications, Inc. 420 
DeSoto Ave., St. Louis 7, Mo.; Editor, Richard 
E. Hughes, 120 West 183rd St.. New York,N. Y.; 
Managing editor, None.; Business manager. 
Frederick H. Iger, 50 Beverly Road, Great Neck, 
L. I., N. Y. 

2. The owner is: (If owned by a corporation, 
its name and address must be stated and also 
immediately thereunder the names and ad- 
dresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 
percent or more of total amount of stock. If 
not owned by a corporation, the names and 
addresses of the individual owners must be 
given. If owned by a partnership or other un- 
incorporated Arm, its name and address, as 
well as that of each Individual member, must 
be given.) Michel Publications, Inc.. 420 DeSoto 
Ave., St. Louis 7, Mo.; B. W. Sangor, 7 West 
81st Street, New York, N. Y. 

3. The known bondholders, mortgagees, and 
other security holders owning or holding 1 per- 
cent or more of total amount of bonds, mort- 
gages, or other securities are: None. 



4. Paragraphs 2 and 3 include, in cases where 
the stockholder or security holder appears upon 
the books of the company as trustee or in any 
other fiduciary relation, the name of the person 
or corporation for whom such trustee is acting; 
also the statements in the two paragraphs show 
the affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the 
circumstances and conditions under which 
stockholders and security holders who do not 
appear upon the books of the company as 
trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity 
other than that of a bona fide owner. 

■ 

(Signed) RICHARD E. HUGHES. Editor. 



Sworn to and subscribed before me this 29th 
day of September, 1950. 

Nat C. Cherman, Notary Public, State of New 
York (My commission expires March 30, 1951) 



BOYS f 61 MS! 

hurry/ get this big 
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WITH rWHT COVIR Of 
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Yipp*e! It's a honey- shiny airplane alu- 
minum that won 1 * tarniih-designed like * 
r ea/ h«nd*too!ed Western Saddle! Send for 
it today and you'll be the envy of your 
neijhborhood! 

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TITTERBUCK JONES' heart melt- 
ed within him as he stood 
in front of Ye Fancy-Pants Shoppe. 
A three-toned sports jacket! 
Three different colors, count ' em, 
all on one snazzy set of threadsl 
Was this an item for a guy to 
own! Wbwie! It was Shangri-La, 
with sleeves. , 

Then Jit's eyes lit on the neat 
little price card below and for 
one bitter moment, he tasted de- 
feat. "Fourteen dollars an* 
ninety-five cents!" he read. "A 
fortune! Who's got dough like 
that?" Discouraged, he was about 
to turn from the window, but he 
couldn't tear himself away with- 
out one last look. And that last 
look was enough. 

"This jacket I gotta own!" he 
vowed. "From now on, my ambition 
is ta raise enough loot ta make 
it mine!", ' - > 

From that moment, Jit was de- 
dicated to the one task of rais- 
ing the princely sum of fourteen 
dollars and ninety-five cents. 
Since the idea of working for the 
money was the last thing that 
would ever enter his mind, Jit 
used other methods. He begged, 
coaxed, borrowed, cajoled. To 
his sympathetic friends, he ex- 
plained his great need. " Honest, 
fellas, I need that jacket like 
I need oxygen," he said. "With- 
out it, I can't live!" 

The day came, however, when 
everyone, evenZoot, turned their 
pockets inside-out to prove to 
Jit that they were stone cold 
broke. And no matter how Jit ad- 
ded up the take, it still came 
to only thirteen dollars and nine- 
ty-five cents. One buck short! 

There was only one thing to do. 
Repulsive as the idea was, Jit 
would have to earn that dollar. 
Closing his eyes and trying to 



overcome his disgust, he con- 
sented to sit for two whole hours 
with little Merton Cruller, the 
terror of the neighborhood. At 
fifty cents per hour, the take 
would be one buck! And the jacket 
would be his! 

The two hours spent with little 
Merton Cruller gave Jit his first 
real appreciation of Dante's In- 
ferno. First, little Merton lock- 
ed him in a closet, where he al- 
most smothered to death before 
the laughing child released him. 
As he staggered from the closet, 
Jit was greeted by a shower of 
lukewarm milk, supposed to be 
taken internally by little Mer- 
ton, but used instead as a weapon 
of offense. And when Jit tried 
to wipe the milk out of his eyes, 
little Merton seized the opport- 
unity to kick him sharply in both 
shins. All in all, Jit was happy 
to escape with his life and the 
dollar, feeling that he had suf- 
fered. 

All night, Jit had nightmares. 
Would the jacket still be there? 
Had they sold it to some square 
who would never treasure it as 
he would? Only the morning would 
bring th.e answer and when it came, 
Jit hastened to Ye Fancy-Pants 
Shoppe, his heart beating high. 
He was a block away from the 
store, when he saw the three 
gorgeous colors gleaming at him 
from the window. It was there, 
it was safe, it was his! 

But as he drew closer, Jit re- 
coiled in horror! The two-timers! 
The cheats? For this he had en- 
dangered his life by baby-sit- 
ting with little Merton Cruller! 

On the neat little price card, 
the fol lowing appeared: " Special 
for today... this jacket now 
thirteen dollars and ninety-five 
cents!" 



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THESE ARE SUPER 
PORTRAITS OF YOU'. 
STRICTLY FROM 
GLAMOUR, EH, GALS? 






BOV, I'LL SAY! REGULAR 
PROFESSIONAL TYPE 
PICTURES! GOSH, STARLET, 
THEY MUSTVE COST AN 
AWFUL LOT! WHAT IN THE 
WORLD ARE YOU GOING TO 
PO WITH THEM? 



WELL , YOU ALL KNOW 
THAT I'VE BEEN TRYING 
TO GET A PRODUCER IN 
THIS STUDIO TO GIVE 
ME A BREAK IN PICTURES, 
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I'M ONE OF THOSE 
THOU SAN ITS TOO! THE 
TROUBLE 15 ..THERE'S SO 
MANV OF US, WE ALL GET LOST 
IN THE SHUFFLE ANP NOBODY 
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ADVERTISING TOLD ME 
HE THOUGHT HE COULD 
GET ED ST1EFEL, HIS BOSS 
TO GET PRODUCER ARVIN LEFAFE 
TO LOOK AT 'EM, AND IF HE DOES 
-••WELL, MAYBE HE'LL THINK 
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NICE OF DON TAB0R1 
IF IT WORKS, LET MS 
KNOW— I'LL BLOW 
MV WHOLE WEEKS 

SALARY ON PICTURES! 

OF MB ANP MAYBE 

DON COULD GET 
•EM TO LOOK AT 

MINE TOO! 



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MAIN SATE FOR LUNCH'. — TM GOING TO RUN 
UP TO ADVERTISING AND LEAVE THESE NOW? 



OKAY, SEE YA AT NOON! 




HI, JANET* HAS DON 
COME IN YET?— I'D LIKE 
TO SEE HIAA A MINUTE 



IF HE HAS! 



YEAH. HE'S HERE! 
HE'S INSIDE WITH THE 
BOYS , SOUABBLING 
OVER A MAG LAYOUT 
TO ADVERTISE OUR 
NEWEST EPIC! GO ON \N. 

AND SCREAM HIS NAME— THAT'S 
WHAT I HAVE TO DO! IT'S THE 
ONLY WAY YOU CAN GET THEIR 
ATTENTION! 







DOGGONE! I LIKE THIS 
LAYOUT JUST AS IT IS! IT 
SELLS OUR PICTURE 
SIMPLY AND QUICKLY! 



AHEM! ER— AH- 

DON, PARDON 

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THE TITLE COMES SWASHING 
OUT AT YOU, WHICH IS THE IMPORTANT 
THING -AND THEN HAVING THE PICTURES 
OF THE OAST BELOW IT SHOWS THE 
READER THAT IT'S A QUALITY PICTURE! 



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YOU'RE THE BOSS! 



THERE'S NO 
USE ARGUING 
OVER IT ANYMORE! 
WE HAVEN'T GOT 

TIME! ... IT'S GOT TO 

START APPEARING IN 

PAPERS AND MAGAXINES IN 

THREE DAYS —PUBLICITY INSISTS 

ON IT, SO GO AHEAD! START 
ROLLING! 





JUST A COUPLA MINUTES, REALLY? 
— I dUST DROPPED IN TO BRING 
YOU THESE PICTURES OF MYSELF! 




OH, SURE! 5 WELL, STARLET! 

dUST LEAVE THEM HEREAHD I'LL 

s .?J=.-jy HAT I CAN PO ABOUT IT! 
- KEEP YOUR FINGERS CROSSED, 



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FELLAS! ALL WE HAVE 
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IN THESE SPACES, AND SEND 
IT ON TO ENGRAVING FOR THE 
PLATES'. 

WELL, PASTE 'EM DOWN 

AND LET'S GET IT 
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EVEN SEND THEM DOWN? 



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RUN OVER TO 
THE STILL 

DEPARTMENT 
AND ASK. 'EM 

WHERE IN THE 
©!?-:••' THOSE 
PICTURES ARE! 

WEVE GOT TO 
GET THIS OUT 
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INSIST THEY SENT THOSE 

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GOOV MORNING , MR. 
LPFAFE.' YOUR MORNING 
PAPER ANI7 THE MAIL ARE 
HERE! DO YOU WANT ME TO 
BRING THEM IN? 




THE ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN OF MY NEW 
PICTURE IS STARTING TOD»AY — I'M 
AM XI O US TO SEE HOW ADVERTISING 
HANDLED IT 1 . --- OH, THAT WILL BE 

MISS MURPHY! I'LL CALL YOU IF 

NEED YOU! 




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YE GODS.' MISS 
MURPHWOMB BACK HERE! 



WELL,! DON'T KNOW HER! THIS ISN'T 
MY NEW FIND! I NEVER SAW THI5 GIRL 

before in my life! get publicity up 
here! get advertising up here! I'm go- 
ing TO PIMP OUT WHAT THI5 NOAX IS 
ALL ABOUT? 




WttO.MISS MURPHY, 
IWfO WOULD 1 YOU » SAY- 
THAT 15? 



WHY, ACCORDING TO 
THE AD, ITS YOUR "NEW 
FIND"!-" BUT--- BUT I 
DON'T UNDERSTAND, WHY 

ASK MB? SURELY, YOU KNOW 
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TO HAVE ALL THE LUCK ! LOOK AT HER, 
LOPEZ • LOOK AT HER .SHE'S COLOSSAL* 

GORGEOUS! BEAUTIFUL! THE VERy PERSON 
I NEED FOR MY NEXT PICTURE, AND MIRACLE 



HAS HER! 




RELAX! RELAX, HE SAYS ! 
AND I'M TO START A NEW 
PICTURE NEXT WEEK 
STARRING A HAS-BEEN'. 
WHY CAN'T YOU AND THE 
REST OF THE EXECUTIVES 
IN THIS STUDIO FIND NEW 
TALENT LIKE THIS FOR ME 
TO WORK WITH!— RELAX.BAH! 



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WE'LL BORROW 
HER FROM 

MIRACLE 
PICTURES! 
I'LL OFFER 
THEM 25,000 
DOLLARS TO 

LEND HER TO 
US FOR YOUR 
PICTURE! •- - 
I'LL CALL THEM 

RIGHT NOW! 



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HONE5T, MR. LEFAFE, 
WE FOUND THE 
PICTURES IN OUR 
ROOM •-• 5TILL 
CAMERA MUST 
HAVE SENT THEM 
TO US! 




7 WE DID NO SUCH 
THING f THIS PHOTO 
ISN'T OUR WORK! 
HOWEVER, I DO 
KNOW THE GIRL! SHE 
WORKS IN THE MAIL 
ROOM -••• NAMES 

O 'HOLLOW OR O 'HARROW 

- SOMETHING LIKE THAT' 




I'LL GET IN TOUCH WITH 
THAT eiRL«— SHE MUST 
KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT 
THls!—yO</ TWO GET THAT 
AP OUT OF THE PAPERS, 

BUT FAST! 

ER— VOUR 
PHONES RINGING'. 



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HELLO, PALSy— THIS IS 
M.L., OVER AT PARAMOUR? — 
THAT'S SOME FIND* OF YOURS. 1 
WE'D LIKE TO BORROW 
HER! ---WE'RE OFFERING 
2S.OOO DOLLARS— HOWEVER, 
WE WILL GO TO 5QOOO IF WE 
HAVB TO! — HOW ABOUT IT? 





IF PARAMOUR STUDIOS WANTS THAT 

GIRL, SHE MUST BE TERRIFIC? AND 

We DON'T EVEN HAVE HER SIGNEO 

TO. A CONTRACT* — IF PARAMOUR 
,KMEW THAT, THEY'P STEAL HER OUT 

FROM UNDER US! — I'VE GOT TO 
SIGN THAT GIRL, AND 





GOSH, I'D LOVE TO HAVE 
SUPPER WITH VOU.DON, BUT 

I PROMISED FRITZI I'D GO 
TO THE BOWL WITH HER TO- 
NIGHT ! — BY THE WAY, 
WERE YOU ABLE TO GET YOUR 
BOSS TO SHOW MV PICTURES 
TO MR. LEFAFE? 




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STARLET, I 
COMPLETELY 
FORGOT ABOUT 
YOUR PICTURES 

UNTIL THIS 
MORNING, AND 
SINCE THEN I 
HAVEN'T SEEN 

TMEBOS5!--- 
HE'S BEEN HAVING 
A SQUABBLE WITH 
LEFAFE OVER 
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GET,. I'LL SPEAK TO HIM! 



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talking to the fellow! now 
remember, mp. lefafe 'said 
not to come right out and 
offer her a contract! she 

Might get suspicious and not 

sign at all! 



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LIKE WE JUST 

HAPPENED TO 

5POT HER ANP 
ARE TERRIFIOAIT/ 

IMPRESSED!-" 
GIVE IT A SLOW 

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WE'RE EXPECTING A 
REPORT FROM ONE 

OF OUR SCOUTS IN 

KAN5A9 CITY! WHEN 

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WE HBRE? LOOK ,tom* 
DON'T TELL ME WE 

HAVE POTENTIAL 

5TARRING TIMBER 

RIGHT HERE IN OUR. 

OWN STUDIO AND 

NEVER NOTICED IT 



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PARDON, MS?, BUT HAVE YOU 
EVER THOUGHT OF GOING INTO 
PICTURES ? IF YOU'D BE 
INTERESTED. I THINK I COULD 
GET MR. LEFAFE TO RUN A 
TEST ON YOU'. —YOU SEE, JOHN 
AND I ARE SCOUTS FOR THE 
STUDIO'. 




WOW? STARLET! 
A SCRBBN TEST 
MAYBE'. DO YOU 
THINK VOUR 
PICTURES HAD 
ANYTHING TO DO 
WITH IT? 



GOSH , NO .' 
AND AFTER I SPENT 
ALL THAT MONEY 
ON ' EM , TOO ' 



IT WORKED PERFBCT! 
WE DIDN'T SEEM TOO 
ANXIOUS, DIP WE? ; 

NO, BUT WE ^ 
BETTER STICK 
CLOSE TO HER- 
JUST IN CASE 
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NO CALL FROM MIRACLE PICTURES'. 
THEY DON'T WANT TO LEND THEIR 
NEW FIND TO US'. LI5TEN, LOPEZ, 
THERE'5 STILL A WAY! IF WE CAN 
GET THAT GIRL OVER HERB AND 
CONVINCE HER WE HAVE A 

PERFECT PICTURE FOR HER, 

SHE'LL ... 

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SHE'LL BRING 

PRES9URE TO 
BEAR ON HER 
STUDIO TO 
LET. HER 
MAKE OUR 
PICTURE? 



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BRING HER BACK HERE'. MISS SHLUMP, ORDER 
A CAR TO PICK ME UP AT THE MAIN GATE 
IMMEDIATELY !-•• I'M GOING TO MIRACLE 
STUDIOS' 




YOUNG LADY'. WAIT? 
WAIT! YOU WITH THE 
RED HAIR » I WISH To 
TALK WITH YOU'. •■■ 
(SUCH AN EMBARRASSMENT! 

I DON'T EVEN KNOW HER 
HA MB! ) WAIT, iOUNO LADS 



STARLET! LOOK! 
THAT'S— THATS 

MANUEL LOPEZ, 

TUE BIG PRODUCER 
FROM PARAMOUR 
STUDIOS AND -AND 
HE'S TALKING TO 

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HELLO! HELLO J HELLO? HOW 
HAPPY I AM TO MEETING YOU! 
YOU WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A 
PICTURE FOR ME, MO? OP 
COURSE YOU WOULD, IF IT'S 
A ©OOP SCRIPT, AMI? IT ISt 
PLEASE, YOU WILL COME OVER 
TO PARAMOUR WITH ME AUP 
REAP IT NOW! 




MISTAKING VOU* HA! MANUEL 
LOPEZ AND PARAMOUR DON'T 
MAKB MISTAKES ! WE'VE HAD 
OUR EYE ON YOU FOR A LOMS TIME! 
GET IN \ GET IN! WE MUST GET 
BACK AND TALK BUSINESS, EH? 



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BUT I CAN'T 

SEE HOW WU 

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THIS IS 

CONFUSING'. 



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LOOK, MY NAME IS 

STARLET O'HARA! 
NOW ARE YOU SURE 
YOU HAVEN'T MAPE A 
MISTAKE ? 



STARLET O'UAR A, UUUTL 
A LOVELY NAME! I WONDER 
BO WHAT IT WAS! NO, NO 
MISTAKE! 



JOHN! LOOKi 
THAT'S LOPE? 

FROM PARAMOUR 

5TUPI0S-PRIVING 

OFF WITH 
OUR GIRL 



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TO HER AND FIND5 OUT 
WE HAVEN'T GOT HER 

TIED TO A CONTRACT, 
HE'LL 5IGN HER ON THE 
5POT! —WE'VE GOT TO 
GET, HER BACK! 

QUICK.CAB! FOLLOW 
THAT OAR! 



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THIS IS OUR CHANCE, W IMAGINE* A STORV 
JOHN! GRAB THEM /ALL SET FOR YOU 
AND SHOVE THEM IN A EVEN! 
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PICK UP THE SCRIPT AND 
GO TALK TO MY WRITER? 
WITH MY DIRECTION! AND HIS 
STORY, YOU'LL SHOOT TO STARPOM 

OVERNIGHT! YES SIR, OVERNIGHT! 



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IT'5 US AGAIN! LEFAFE 
WAS SO IMPRESSED WITH OUR 
REPORT, HE WANTS TO TEST 
YOU MOW! ISN'T THAT 
WONDERFUL? NOW COME 
ON, WE'RE IN A HURRY! 



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PUT ME POWN, 
YOU LUGS 1 - 

PARAMOUR 
5TUPIOS JU5T 

DISCOVERED ME! 

THEY'VE EVEN 
GOT A PICTURE 

FOR ME ALREAPY! 

PUT MB DOWN! 



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LEFAFE HAS TWO 

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HAPPENING? FOR 
MONTHS SHE TRIES 

EVERY TRICK IN THE 
BOOK TO GET IN 
PICTURES* MOW, ALL OF 
A SUPPEN , FOR ABSOLUTELY 

NO REASON, TWO STUPIOS 
WANT HER J I DON'T 



THEN WHY POE5 
HE WANT ME TO 
TAKE A SCREEN TEST? 
YOU 5AIP I •-• 



SCREEN TEST? 

M.FORGBT IT! 

YOU PON'T 
NBEO ONE! 




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YES SIR, MR, LOPEZ ! IT 
WAS JOHN CALPWICK,THAT 
TALENT SCOUT OUT AT 
MIRACLE! HE PUSHEP HER 
IN A CAB ANP PROVE OFF? 
THEY JUST ROUNDEP THE 
CORNER, ANP IT'S CAB HO. 

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THANKS, HENRY! 
THAT LEFAFE '/HE'S 

DETERMINE? NOT TO 
LET ME TALK TO 

THAT GIRL, BUT 

I WILL! ILL 

FOLLOW HER 
UNTIL I FINP 
OUT WHERE SHE 

LIVES \-TAXl!TAtl! 



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THIS IS ALL SO CONFUSING; 
EVERYTHING IS HAPPENING 
SO FAST! J— I—I PON'T 
KNOW WHAT TO Vo\ PLEASE, 
TAKE MB HOME ! LET ME 
THINK! — I'M ALL MIV.EP 
DPI — I PON'T WANT TO 

SIGN ANYTHING RIGHT NOW! 



HOME ? BUT- 
PUT— OKAY, 
MIS5 O'HARA! 
BUT YOU'VE GOT 
TOPROMlSEtftfr 
TO SIGN WITH 
PARAMOUR UNTIL 
YOU TALK WITH 
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STARLET, ISN'T IT 

WONDERFUL? ISN'T 
IT TERRIFIC? ALL 

YOUR PREAM5 ABOUT TO 
COME TRUE. AND ON 

YOUR TERMS? GOLLV! , .. 

TWO STUDIOS WANTING YOU! JSKIfARAMOUR 

WQW ^ «X WANTS ME TO 

"*"*' r VO A PICTURE' 



it's— irs— i 

CANT UNDERSTAND 
IT! FIRST MY 
STUDIO SAYS A 
SCREEN TEST— 

MAYBE •THEN. 

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I TELL YOU, SAM, SHED 
MAKE THIS STORY IF WE 
COULD BORROW HER FROM 
MIRACLE!— WOW. WHAT A 

FIND ! BEAUTIFUL } GORGEOUS! 



LEFAFE WOULDN'T 

LOAN HER TO i/Sf 

BUT IF WE COULD 

SELL HER ON OUR 
PICTURE. SHE 

MIGHT TALK HIM 

INTO RELEASING 

HER TO US ON A 

FAST- SHOOTING 

SCMEPULE'CIWWCT 
HE R, GEORGE* 





ANO-OH. YES, AT MIRACLE STUDIOS— 
WHERE 7NE WHOLE THING STARTED* 



WHAT? AFTER, ALL THAT, 
YOU LET HER GO HOME ? 
YOU DOPES'. DON'T YOU 
REALIZE THAT LOPEZ 
WILL TRACE HER AND 
FIND OUT WE DON'T 

EVEN HAVE HER TIED TO 
A CONTRACT?..* 

GO SEE HER MYSBLFL 




TM LUCKY I WAS ABLE TO FOLLOW THEIR CAB! 

^AVMissTl AM MANUEL^LOPEz', 
OF PARAMOUR STUDIOS! YOU 
WILL TELLING ME, PLEASE, WHICH 
ROOM IS MISS O'HARA IN? 



MANUEL LOPEZ? MY 

GOODNESS! — WHY- 
WHY- WHY, YES SIR .SHE'S 
IN 304! GRACIOUS* 
MANUEL LOPEZ r 



WHY, IT'S MR. LOPEZ 



BUT I DIDN'T 
SIGN A CONTRACT 
WITH MIRACLE f 



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THAT'5 RIGHT? NOW 
PLEASE, ALL I ASK 
IS THAT YOU READ 
THIS SCRIPT! OF COURSE, 
I KNOW MIRACLE STUDIOS 
HOLD YOUR CONTRACT, BUT 
»F YOU LINE THIS STORY. 
MAYBE YOU COULD TALK 
THEM INTO LETTING 

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LISTEN, JOE, AS 
REPRESENTATIVE FOR 

WORLDWIDE STUDIOS, 

AND BECAUSE I GOT 
HERE FIRST, I 
DEMAND- 




ANT THIS 
WONDERFUL Z 

WHICH ONE 

YOU GOING 
TO TAKE, 
STARLET? 




HA' PARAMOUR SHOULD 
SIGN AN UNKNOWN— 
THANK GOODNESS X FOUNO 
OUT IN TIME'. 

THAT GOES FOR 
WORLDWIDE TOO! 

WE THOUGHT SHE 

WAS A Ni W FIND', 



IF THEY DON'T 
WANT HER, THEN 

MIRACLE POESN-r 
BITHBRt 

BESIDES, SHE 
IB AN UNKNOWN! 



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AAR. LEFAFE , AND I WA5 
WONDERING WHERE YOU 
WERE! --- YOU'RE. THE 

ONLY PRODUCER IN 

HOLLYWOOD THAT ISN'T ^ 
UP THERE' 



Al-E-E-E.' 

IF ONLY SHE 
HASN'T 

SIGNED! 



WE'LL GIVE YOU 
il.30O A WEEK' 



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WE'LL GIVE YOU 
$ 2,000! 

4 2,500 
CONTINENTAL 
OFFERS! 



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LEFAFE , DIP YOU SAY 
SHE WORKS IN THE 

MAIL ROOM 7 ISN'T 

SHE ABOUT TO APPEAR, 
IN YOUR LATEST 
PICTURE- ? 

ISN'T SHE YOUR 
NEW FIND? 



WELL.NOT EXACTLY! 
HER PICTURE GOT 
IN OUR AD BY 
MISTAKE'- 

SO! AN 
UNKNOWN! 
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THERE WAS A MISTAKE 
OF SOME KIND! THOSE — 
THOSE— POPES ! 
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE 
BETWEEN A NEW FIND AMD 

AM UNKNOWN? I- I'M 
SORRY. STARLET' 



WELL, J'A4 A/0T, FRITZl! 
TWfiVALL WANTED ME 
BECAUSE THEY THOUGHT 

SOMEBODY BLSB 

DID!— THEY DIDN'T 
EVEN CARE IF I 
COULD 1 ACT'--- 

NO.FRITZI. WHEN i 
DO MAKE THE GRAPE, 

I WANT IT TO BE 

BECAUSE I CAN ACT'. 

I'M NOT SORRY 
ONE BIT! 




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^©Itf.' I BEAT OUT EVERY 
LATIN FROM MANHATTAN IN 
TOWN! SHE'S ASKED ME 
TO COMB QV&g TONIGHT!, 



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IT f THE ONLY 
5QUARE IN TOWN 
THAT COMES ON 

LIKE LASSIE, AND 
SHE CHOOSES 

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BEETLE NAMED SUSAN 
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W1THYA ON THE AMECHE* 



SUSAN! - WANTS 

TO TALK WITH VM£? 
WOWplDYA HEAR 





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WELL, HERE I AM, LVL 
PASH-PIE? I HOPE I'M 
GONNA BE THE FIRST 
GREGORY TO PECK* YA! 



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I'M SO GLAD YOU 
COULD COME, 
HONEY-CHILE'.LOOKY, 

WOULD YO'- ALL BE 
SATISFI ED TO UUST 

SITAROUN0 HBAH 
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LIKE HE'S IN A GOOD HUMOR TO YOU? J 

I DUNNO! HE ALWAYS LOOKS 
THE SAME TO ME— MA&SO 
GO AHEAP AND GET IT 
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LOOK, POP'. DO YOU KNOW 
WHAT HAPPENS TO 
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BIRTHDAYS ? 



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HA-HA! GOOD GAG, POP! HA— TH6V 
GET OLDER! —VERY FUNNY! HEH-! 
ER —THEY GET PRESENTS,TOO! —AN' 
THAT'S WHAT I WANTED TO SEE YA ABOUT? 
I NEED TWO BUCKS TO 
BUY ONE FOR ) 

ANGEIPUSS! 



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NO Sift* ABSOLUTELY NOT! NOT OA/£ 0//ME 1 

DO YOU GET FROM ME'. SINCE MONDAY, I'VE J 

GIVEN YOU OVER FIVE * ■ ""S 

DOLLARS FOR ONE ) BUT J £ EPERS, POP! I 
THING OR ANOTHER! / IT'S W&.BlRTUQAV- 



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ANGELPU55 WAS BORN 
IN ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL- 
HEARD IT WITH MV OWN 
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WAT, BUT LAST 

YEAR, HER 

BIRTHDAY CAME 
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— NOW CAN I HAVE 
THE TWO BUCKS? 



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THE TWO DOLLARS! 

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DIFFERENT DATES, 

CAN THEY? 



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NO, OF COURSE NOT? 
THAT5 IMPOSSIBLE! 

UNLESS THEY'RE 



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PUSS'S BIRTHDAY, AND I SAlp;'OH? 
AND *©£/ SAID *•• I SAID — * A/Of" 
AND WO SOW SAID — SAID— 



BY GOSH , I KW6IV SOMETHING WAS WRONG! 
-I PIPN'T DISAGREE ABOUT IT BEING HER, 
BIRTHDAY , 1 DISAGREED ABOUT GIVING YOU 

TWO DOLLARS! AND THE 

ANSWER IS STILL 





ANP BY dlNGO, THAT'S WHAT YOU CAN PO 

— THIS IS THE BNPi FROM A/OtV ON i 

NOT ONE CENT DO YOU GET FROM ME! 1 

CAN'T AFFORD 2SO OR 30O DOLLARS A . 

YEAR FOR VOU TO THROW AWAY! NOW 

THAT'S FINAL! 



WELL, I GUE55 
THAT ENDS YOUR 
CHANCES OF 
GETTIN 1 SOME 
LOOT FOR A 

PRESENT 

COOKIE? 







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YEAH!— YEAH-- 

WELL, I AGREE W/7W 
YOO.' — SURE--- 

YUPi — OKAY, IT'S 
A P£AL.' 




HI, POPS! 
CAN YOU LET 
ME HAVE 

TWO BUCKS ? 



NO! —THAT WAS 
COOKIE'S FATHER I 
WAS TALKING TO, 
AND HE TOLD ME HE'5 
NOT GIVING COOMB 
MONEY ANYMORE, 
AND I AGREED NOT 

TO GIVE YOU ANY! YOU 
CAN WORK FOR IT! 





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YOU KNOW OLD LUIGl, THE UUNKMAN? WELL. - 
HE'5 MAPS WOUSANOS, <JUST COLLEOTIN' OLD 
IRON AN' THEN SB Lit N' IT? -MAYBE WE 
CAN MAKE A DEAL TO USE 
HI 5 HORSE AND WAGON ON 



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7 KEEPS* — FOR B°lo OF WOTTA 
YOU MAKE, I LET YOU USE-A MY 



;>C$yW& ROSA AND HER WAGON! •••HOKAYS? 



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TODAY, HE'S-A 

SATURDAY! LUtGI 

DON'T -A WORK 
SATURDAY! 




Y'MEAN WE'VE 8EEN 

MOVING?- -JEEPERS, 

THIS R09A COMES ON 

LIKE A STATUE! "WHOA, 
ROSA! ---AS IF YOU HAPN'T 

ALREADY WHOA'D! 





Swfi" HOUR LATER 



I GOT flfiWSFOR VOL), JIT! 
THIS JOB MAY SEEM 

PRETTY HOPELESS^ 
BUT ANYWAY, I GOT 

SOME MORE STUFF! 

YOU GET ANY OLP 

IRON YET? 



NOW CUT THAT OUT'. YOU'RE NOT 
TAKING ROSA'S SHOES .'-THERE'S 

PLENTY OF OLD IRON AROUND 

WITHOUT DOING THAT,' 





yb a mmm hour pa $em p i 7 

'WEIL, 'goVs! HERE VARE ! V^ *ff »*»* 



TEN DOLLARS EXACTLY- 
YOU HAD 5EVERAL HUNPREP 
POUNPS OF SCRAP THERE* 



«/W£SfJEEPERS. 

JIT, I CAN BUY 
ANGELPUSS A 
PRBSENT NOW! 



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scraps bo 





DON'T BE S/tLV, COOKIE! LET'S MAKE 
ALL WE CAN WHILE WE'VE GOT THIS 

RIG!--- YOU CAN. 

YEAH! GUESS 

YOU'RE RIGHT 

PAL! OKAY, 




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HOLY SOX , JIT.' LOOK! 
WE'VE HIT THE JACK- 
POT? 



you kiddin'? 
that stuff is for sale! 
— we're not buvin' junk. 

we're colleotin' anp 

SBLLIN' IT! 



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P6POT 

THIS SCRAP FOR SALg 
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BUT— BUT THERE'9 THOUSANDS 
OF POUHOS OF METAL IN IT! 
HOW COME THE ACME SCRAP 

METAL COMPANY DOESN'T 
COME OUT HERE ANP 
BUY? 



THEy DO, BUT 
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