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December 16, 1926 - Image 2

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THURSDAY, DECEMABER 16, IJ2

C ONFERENCE REPORTS'Texas Oil. Fire Takes Death And Injury Toll;
ODEERDRSI Property DI estroyed is E~sti O [- R 9 9HN

'rlaIte(1 At $'00,000TRECRESME
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Regstrar ck esses1-
Buffalo Educators ''flyirrext
I JACK PTCK1FORl
Registrar Ira M. Smith is at present
in .:.f aI a, N. Y., where' he is deliver- I li
creral addiresses to higli school 'WVX.1IN K UP 'f X1 IV N"
;?ri z,.ilals on the subject of university;
earrance requirements and the gen-,
er'O prbonem of the transfer liroin N-dt~t i)$ tll Pc Vture.a
..c~tr.dai-y school to college life.'Ce ~cy
invitation was extendod by the Bi'
!',,.Io Board cif Education.AE13 "

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';?claisi. Catholicism}, and Protes-
tar sm dined and exchanged ideas in
-};.-, ot last .sight. Tile c lergy of these
^(,ct.; declared Ithat what the world
a,^cded most W2,- not uiormity , but
~' i fy ~ tolesance, exit understand-.
Thce occasiob Wf the gtathering was
the amnual good-will dinner sponsor-
'A bytho mnn's clb of remp~le Beth-
El. and was held in I hlz banquet rooms
where more than 400 public officials,
professional, and civic leader; of the
city attended.
Rev. Gaius Glenn Atkins, pastor of
the First Congregational church; Rev.
Fr. Patrick Dunigan, of Flint, and
Rabbi Leo M. Franklin, pastor of
Temple Beth-El, were the principal
sp eakers.
Comparing the different religions
with the complements of a foundation
upon which is built a grewj building,
Doctor Atkins declared that variety
iis the purpose of human life. It would
be a pity if we were all alike, he
said.
"Gatherings such as this," he con-
tinued, "contributed more toward good
will and human relief than any other
vresent institution."
Rabbi F~ranklin described the evo-
lution of the word tolerance, while
Father Dunigan spoke about the en-

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l)rejud~ces.

Three men were ,killed, a score more wvere injured and oil and equi pment to the value of $500,060 were
consumed in a fire that virtually dtestroyed the Sour Lake oil field in Hardin county, T'exas. The fire was caw-~
ed by friction brought about by the lowering of tubing into the casing of a. well. The fire is shown at its height,

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a ~Isharn Janes uiith Vocal Chorus
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Because I Love You
Regeni Club Orchestra
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UNION FACILITIES; Postpone Press Club1 READ THE
TO BE AVAILABLE - _
DURING VACATION MetigToJnay__
#This week's meeting of the Stu- jN
Activities of the Union during f dent's Press, club has been postponedf
Christmas vacation were announced until the first or second Wednesday
yesterday. Although the bowling alley !after the Christmas holidays. Ar-
and then billiard room will be closed!'rangements are now under way to!i
over the recess period, the swimming have George F. Piorrot, managing
pool will be open for men from 1 to editor of the American Boy magazineo,3
5 o'clock daily, Afnd the regularly ar-I as the speaker at an early date. Only
ranged hours will be observed for1 six years out of college, Mr. Pierrot
women, has already made a name for himself
Pendleton library will remain open' in connection with the Detroit maga-
from 1 to 5 o'clock every afternoon. zine. His talk will be on free lance
Service can 'be had at the tap-room writing.
from 7 o'clock in the morning to 10
o'clock at night, while the main din-, til Friday of -the week following the i
in, room will maintain its re ular' vacation peid oevr rvt
service.! parties in the Union may lbe arranged -'
There will be no Union dances un- as' usual.

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IUSUAL and BEAUTIFUL GIFTS
for EVERYONE
at the
MARY LOUISE GIFT SHOP
(In Nickels Arcade)
ALSO CHRISTMAS TALLIES
Place Cards, Dance Programs
AND GREETINGS

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THE MARITAL BIG FOUR

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Divorced on TESTIMONY
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OIstCTEO by WILLIAM OR MILLL
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DkMILLE PICTURES CORPORATION

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When you and your second wife are enjoying<
restaurant, and your first wife entered and demand
when you are going to pay up your alimony,
embarrass you? Would you do as the alimoniac
in this d'elightful corned& drama? Whether you
divorced or single, you'll enjoy this charming
mensely-Dlon't miss it. It's well worth while.

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