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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 19, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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BRIDE OF A DAY GRIEVES FOR HUSBAND,
VICTIM OF "BANKERS' MADNESS"
Frederick Oberhelman and Wife.
Kansas City, Mo., March 19. Mrs.
Frederick W. Oberhelman, bride of a
day, is grieving today over the death
of her husband, said to have been a
victim of "banker's madness."
For five years Oberhelman was
paying teller of the Security National
bank here. Suddenly he disaDDear-
ed. Bank officials said they missed
$25,000.
In a week, Oberhelman returned
with the money. C. S. Jobe, presi
dent of the bank, said it was a case
of "banker's madness" from con
stant handling of money and Ober
helman was Riven his job again.

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