October 15, 1946

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TAKE IT EASY, EFFYE

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Don't Call Me Susie

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"I Left My Wife Crying"

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TAKE IT EASY, EFFYE

Take two rival social queens, one horseless buggy, one smart man. Shake well and you’ve got a hilarious story
Don't Call Me Susie 1011
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Don't Call Me Susie

The girl with the red hair was city-bred, but she’d fight anything.. even a hungry one-eyed cougar
"I Left My Wife Crying" 67
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"I Left My Wife Crying"

Friend against friend, father against son, husband against wife. Here's the tragic story of the bitter strike that split a city
JIM CHIEF 89
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JIM CHIEF

No noble savage was old Jim. Tattered gossip and panhandler, he was wise in the ways of the wilderness — and of men
Politics In Khaki 1213
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Politics In Khaki

Communiques, liberation, reinforcements and Ralston all carried their own special kind of fireworks
Slaphappy Angel 2021
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Slaphappy Angel

If you’re carrying a torch for a brunette, don’t let a dizzy blonde direct your campaign. Look what it got this Romeo
MISS FIREBALL, M.P. 1819
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MISS FIREBALL, M.P.

Red hair, a biting tongue, d daughter of a mill hand Ellen Wilkinson, Minister
You’re Led By the Nose 1819
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You’re Led By the Nose

Smell is your keenest sense. Faint odors can evoke buried memories, inspire a love affair or clinch a sale
Parents Are Such Problems 1213
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Parents Are Such Problems

Lay down the law, crack the big whip, and your teen agers will only revolt. Treat them like adults and perhaps they'll see things your way
Kings Slept Here 2223
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Kings Slept Here

The old Windsor Hotel's success secret is simple— bring the greats and the not-so-great come too
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