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Charges Organization With Alienating Wife; Reveals Secrets and Requirements of the Cult;Avers Head Has Amassed For-tune from Gullible.
Los Angeles Times (1886-1922) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Date: Dec 31, 1920
Start Page: I4
Pages: 1
Abstract (Document Summary)

DENVER, Dec. 30.--Charging that the Pillar of Fire, an organization of nation-wide scope, of which Alma White of Bound Brook, N.J., is founder, had alienated the affections of his wife and defrauded him of his property, the Rev. Thomas A. Goode, a former member of the organization, today filed suit in the District Court for $100,000 damages.

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