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Acton Free Press

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Anniston Star (Newspaper) - May 11, 1974, Anniston, Alabama 2 of tar Altai Lintl #1ar saturday May la 1974 Graham believes Nixon will put nation first Alabama briefs new York apr evangelist Billy Graham says the watergate affair has confronted America with a very serious situation in which he believes president Nixon will put the nation s interests above everything else in deciding his course a i think he will look at it from the Long View the historical View and do what he thinks Best to protect the presidency and the country. I Hope that a going to be his position the Nixon i know has a great love of country a great dedication to Quot i think from knowing him if he a the same Man i used to know i think he will put what a Best for the country above everything else a Graham said in a Telephone interview Friday from Phoenix. Ariz., where he is conducting a crusade. Graham a Long time Friend of the presidents said a the whole country is facing a very serious situation in regard to its influence in the world whose problems move ahead without waiting for settling difficulties Here at Home. A the situation in Germany Britain France and elsewhere demands Strong american leadership a he said Graham urged prayers that the House judiciary committee be guided toward the right actions in its impeachment in Jet hijackers request $300,000 Ransom for 86 Cali Colombia apr a group of Young hijackers who commandeered a colombian plane held a gun to the pilots head today and demanded $300,000 Ransom for the release of 86 passengers and six Crew members. They said the Money should be delivered by a Man in a bathing suit to ensure he was unarmed. But the colombian presidents office said it would not negotiate under pressure refused to meet the Ransom demand and told the hijackers they had two choices surrender or go on to Cuba a these men have a gun to my head a the Pilot Rodrigo Arboleda said from the plane on the runway at the cab Airport. A they Are becoming very Calhoun j today at i 45 Sis 4 50 20 7 55 9.30 where does a it Hurt c he in Cuti i Hill i la Xiii Titto the Captain told the control Tower that the hijackers a do not want to go to Cuba and sometimes grow impatient and order me to Fly without a fixed destination but i wont risk taking off at random a while the Pilot talked with the Tower the presidents office ordered authorities not to negotiate the Ransom payment. A the government will not negotiate under pressure nor submit to blackmail and for this reason we Are not going to pay one cent a said Rafael Naranjo Villegas Secretary general of the presidency. The Vianca airlines Jet a Boeing 727, was hijacked Friday night on a flight Between the Eastern colombian City of Pereira and the capital City of Bogota. Some passengers were allowed to get off at Bogota and said there were four to six hijackers. After Landing in cab the hijackers ordered the Pilot to continue to Cuba but to minutes later told him to stay in cab. Cab is 185 Miles Southwest of Bogota. Auto Glass Dir err Jack Holland Ault trim amp Glass j 16 Orion by let re 23/8$? i it Vav 111 a v e you mom Quiry and that president Nixon act correctly under mounting pressure. A we ought to Pray for the country a he said. A we ought to Pray for the judiciary committee that god will give it Wisdom. We ought to Pray for the president that he will be Given the Wisdom to do what god wants him to Graham said that because of his preoccupation with the crusade in which he is preparing a fresh Sermon each night he has not had time to read the recently released transcript of the tapes of White House conversations and would not comment on them in detail until he does so. Clinics slated for Pap smear free Pap smear cancer detection clinics will be in Calhoun and Cleburne counties May 19 and May 26 from i to 5 . The clinics part of a statewide project Are being conducted with the assistance of the Calhoun county health department the Calhoun county medical society and the american cancer society. The screening test for Uteri cervical cancer is available to every woman in the county. The clinics will be held in the following locations Piedmont Hospital the Jacksonville offices of drs. Edna and v. R. Fuson at 304 n. Gayle the Oxford office of or. Howard m. Sanford or. At 118 Choccolocco the Calhoun count health department at 309 e. 8th St., Anniston and the Cleburne county Hospital in Heflin for further information Call the health department at 236-7521. A a oni a of Thi world s greatest shows Fri. May 17 832 Birmingham municipal Aud. A the boots Rondolph orchestra a a a a a a a a a a a special guest Star Brenda Lee a a a a a a a a a a a a a a v fill huh acc of Crit Ying miss dynamite. A tickets Nowon Sale a municipal auditorium Box office phone reservations 322 7797 a mail orders now festival of music municipal auditorium 1930 8th ave. N., Birmingham Ala. 35203 a enclose Check or Money order payable to festival of music and stamped self addressed envelope. Reserved seats $6.50 $5.50 $4.00 a a Good Choice seats a All Arl f now or a a a a it a a a a Skyway cams a tonight a open 7 00 show dusk 2 big hits a a a everything seemed so important love Columbia whirls ii Ristau productions barbra str Sano Robert Redford a the Wah we were a rav Stark so Pollack to Siv a Bradford Dhiman Viveca Lindfors Herb Edelman Murray Hami ton m Patrick one Al it. G Lois Chiles the Cwm s barbra Siriano i music Marvin Hami sch a or it Arthur Laurents product by rav Stark it Man 3, Swik Pollack Pana vision plus a John Wayne a big Jake Quot pm today Kim ant Al Baptist Church will have a singing at 7 . With the messengers Trio As guests. Fairview congregational methodist Church. 3 Miles West of Barfield will have a singing at 7 . With the Kerlee family and the Golden airs As guests. Hurricane methodist Church will have a singing at 7 with the harvesters quartet from Opelika and the travellers quartet from Centre As guests. Five Points Baptist Church Cleburne county will have a singing at 7 . Ethics group orders local officials to file it. Olive Church of god pm. Will have a singing at 6 30 the Harmo neers will be guest singers at Holley s Crossroads Baptist Church at 7 . Iron City methodist Church will have a singing at 7 with the masters quartet As guests Hatcher Avenue Baptist Church in Jacksonville will have a singing at 7 . With the spiritual Aires As guests. Les Dames Elegante social and savings club will meet at the Home of mrs. Ethel Slaughter 707 w. 14th St., at 6 30 . Lloyd a Chapel Baptist Church will have a singing at 7 ., with the gospel four As special guests. Montgomery Ai. A two Jsu teachers a the state ethics commission has gone against the protests of fret National Honor numerous local officials and ordered financial disclosures to be made by nearly All City and county office holders the commission after receiving an advisory opinion from atty. Gen. Bill Baxley ruled Friday that the statements of economic interest must be made by All City and county officials who took office after sept. 14, 1973. Odd fellow Wilmer ave. Lodge will meet at 7 . At 1006v, milk funds continued from Page i three Dairy co Ops Are the nations largest. Alagia said the others asked him to loan $200,000 to $300,000 to the political Trust of mid America dairymen inc., to be contributed to the Nixon Campaign. He said he refused and that the meeting lasted Only a few minutes. A we did no to have that kind of Money a he said. Dairymen inc. Did give $25.-000 to Nixon later that Day. That evening officials of the three big co Ops were Back in Washington to attend a Republican fundraising dinner although Alagia says he did not attend. Nixon a decision to raise prices had not yet been publicly announced. After the dinner around Midnight of March 24, general manager Harold Nelson of associated milk producers inc. Was asked to reaffirm his $2 million Promise to the White House according to testimony which former Nixon fundraiser Herbert w. Kalmbach reportedly has Given to Senate investigators. Jerry Lee manager of Opelika sectional Center for the . Postal service and his five member staff will be guests at a 7 . Meeting of area postmasters at the Battle House cafeteria. Sunday youth pastor John b. Gaines will speak at the 8 20 service of Parker memorial Baptist Church and Ben Leslie will speak at the 7 . Service. Corinth Baptist Church Hwy 431 South will have special services in Observance of mothers Day beginning at to . Rabbi town Baptist Church has changed its memorial service to 10 30 . May 26. Emmanuel Baptist Church w d Street will have a Flower service at la . Camp Creek Baptist Church will have Homecoming and decoration All Day. Saks Church of god of prophecy will have revival services with the Rev. Jim Williams evangelist. Bethlehem Baptist Church will observe Homecoming at 1 30 ., with the Harmo neers As special singers. Southern travellers of Anniston and the keynotes of Atlanta ga., will be guest singers at 2 at Shiloh Baptist Church. 17th Street Baptist Church will observe its annual youth Day at 3 . With the Rev. John s. Nettles guest speaker. Members of the Oxford kiwanis club and Oxford High school key club will meet at Mary Brandon nursing Home at 3 30 . For a special mothers Day visitation. Fairview Baptist Church near reads Mill will have a singing at 6 30 ., with the Valley Aires of Attalla As guests. Me methodist Church of Lincoln will have a singing at 7 30 . With the Southern travellers of Anniston and the keynotes of Atlanta ga., As guests. Six killed in bus Accident the Lone exception was made for those officers who provide Only advisory services. The action came As at least 15 Montgomery City Board members offered their resignations because of the Law. Which Calls for a list of their and their family a sources of income. The statement must be filed by May 14. The commissions director. Melvin Cooper said that it was determined that if the legislature had wanted to exclude various local officials from the requirements of the Law it would have said so when it wrote the statute or Leslie Wright the panel s chairman said the vast majority of City and county boards a definitely exercise administrative or policy making control of a Large number of governmental functions and thus must come under the Laws jurisdiction. A partial list of the boards whose members must comply with the Law included Airport authorities recreation boards museum and Art boards regional districts building authorities City and county school hoards zoning hoards. Urban renewal agencies plumbers boards medical clinic boards personnel boards pension and retirement boards. Also listed were Hospital boards Library boards Utility boards Industrial development boards housing authorities electrical qualification boards athletic corporation boards improvement authorities. Barbers boards and boards of trustees of state institutions of higher learning. Jacksonville two faculty members at Jacksonville state University have been chosen outstanding educators of America for 1974. The University said Marvin Shaw and Roberta Watts were nominated earlier this year and were selected for the Honor on the basis of their professional and civic achievements. The award is Given annually honouring distinguished men and women for their a exceptional service achievements and leadership in the Field of for being chosen the two will be feature in the National awards Volumn of a outstanding educators of b Ham woman shot in Back killed Birmingham. Ala apr a 31-Vear-old 5$ saves $ shop furniture fair 3400 North Noble St. Birmingham woman was shot to death Friday while she worked in her office at a local company. Police said mrs. Jane s. Sears was allegedly shot and killed by one of two Young men who entered the office Friday morning police said they could not immediately determine a motive for the slaying. Authorities said the men entered the office in North Birmingham and shot the woman once in the Back. Hair Dresser Are you a top notch stylist with an established clientele enthusiastic and eager to aet ahead of so consider this National company willing to pay a guaranteed salary plus 75% commission. Must have minimum following of $250 per week. All inquiries will be confidential. Only a few positions available. Call collect area code 305-5763325 and 3sk for or. Rector. One month Only rent a new piano 1000 Forbes piano co. 912 Noble St. 236-3461 thank you. Voters and friends of Calhoun county who worked for and supported me during my Campaign for associate commissioner Northern District place no. I. I shall always be grateful. Thanks again Marshall Prickett pm. Pol. Adv. By Marshall Prickett Charleston. To. A a greyhound bus crashed on a Highway bypass Early today killing six persons and injuring about 20. Police said. Food prices continued from Page i now. If they come at All he added. Stein said the slowdown in food Price increases should offset an expected Rise in prices of goods other than fuel and food and result in a a rate of inflation substantially below recent even so said Stein a a we re not painting a very Rosy he said the administration now feels inflation for the year will be about 7 per cent an increase of i per cent Over earlier estimates. Prices of gasoline and electricity will continue climbing but not As quickly As they did in the first Quarter Stein told the Senate House economic subcommittee on consumer economics. Assessing the Outlook for the Economy Stein said a we expect a Good recovery of the Economy in the second half of 1974 and a resumption of the Rise in real consumer spending that came to a halt late last meanwhile another of the presidents economic advisers argued against any major cuts in next years budget. The speech in Cleveland by Roy l. Ash director of the office of management and budget revealed a Sharp dispute in the administration. Treasury Secretary William e. Simon has urged a deep budget Cut As a Means of fighting inflation. Simon reasons that cutting government spending would Cool the demand that is helping drive inflation up. But Ash said current estimates of the budget deficit expected for next year Are within the Range of a proper non inflationary balance. A spending for 1975 has been Cut Back As far As it can be under existing legislation a he said. I bbl 001d0 go dub i # the Missouri Highway patrol said the bus apparently sideswiped a tractor trailer Rig that had been involved in an earlier Accident and was parked beside the Highway. The crash occurred on a bypass around a Bridge under construction on interstate 57 on the Eastern Edge of Charleston. The patrol said six deaths had been confirmed and that the toll might go higher. Charleston police said the toll might reach 8 or to. Northeast Alabama s finest a v in i7 so excl nem4y> held Over 3rd week shown Winner Academy awards 7 today 2 20, 4 40, 7 00, 9 20, la 40 Vinci uding a a a Best picture infamy my Row Ripp Newman of Orono 2 45, 4 23, 6 of 7 39, i Don t mess a Aroun with she s the meanest Chick in town ram Gortar a fat Streisand Redford / pm the Way we were at 10 00 carats % in it it theatre. A a Anniston Jacksonville. 4 open my showtl5 .8 30 / /0uh�od/to Al a i. Teat. 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