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Cullman Times Democrat (Newspaper) - April 7, 1974, Cullman, Alabama The Cullman times sunday april 7, lf74. Page a a to lineup Channel 6, sunday 4 25 the Story of Jesus 4 30 Industry on Parade 4 40sacred heart program 5 00childrens gospel hour 5 30 this is the life 6 of the answer 6 30 Light unto my path 7 00 religion in the news Bill Bolen 7 30 Bishops gospel hour 8 00gospel singing Jubilee 9 00 sunday show Joe Langston 10 30 Alabama comment 11 of Pope Paul i easter mass from Rome 12 of dealing for dollars sunday movie quot two of a kind quot 1 of Abc s championship Auto racing Abc sports will provide lift average of the Trenton 200 car race from Trenton Speedway in Trenton new Jersey. 2 30 american sportsman a today s Shaw will consist of artist John Groth and outdoors writer Lee Wulff fishing for Brook Trout on the Sutton River in Northern Ontario and skiers Billy Kidd and Karl Schram speeding Down the untrammelled trails of the slopes of the Bugaboo mountains in British Columbia. 330 wide world of sports the events will be the Daytona 125 Stock car race from Daytona Florida and world Figur skating championship from the olympic site in Munich the world record High diving attempt from Cypress Channel 13, sunday 5 55 Navy c 6 25 Faith for today c 6 55 Jot c Southern Baptist 7 00 answers c 7 30 meet the minister c 8 of Rex Humbard c 9 00 144th Semi annual mormon conference c 11 00 Green acres c 11 30meet the press c 12 00 limits of Man c 12 30 Wacky world of Jonathan Winters c 1 00 nil hockey c 3 30 world championship Tennis c live coverage of matches from Germany 5 30 Abc nightly news c Floyd Kalber 6 of wild kingdom c Chase of the Onsager Iran Story of capture of rare Perkisn nagers wild Donkey of Iran. 6 30 Dinah won t you please come Home c Jack Benny Glen Campbell Isaac Hayes the Willis Brothers by and m choir the Fisk Jubilee singers. 7 30 Abc sunday mystery movie c quot Only Birds and fools quot Richard Boone As Hee Ramsey Robert Foxworth amp Cliff Potts Star putting a Man in flight amp alcoholism Are the problems Hee tackles while trying to solve mysterious death of a bearded stranger. 9 30 Wapiti sunday night movie b quot keys of the kingdom quot Gregory Peck Thomas Mitchell Story of scottish missionary whose Devotion to humanity conquers the forces set out to destroy his Mission in China. 12 00 Rock concert c Channel 6, monday 4 25 various programs 4 40 religious programs 5 10 morning devotionals 5 15 farm Market reports Ron Echols 5 30 news Ron Echols 5 35 country boy Eddie show Eddie Burns 7 of morning show Tom York 8 05 Merv Griffin show 9 25 quot now quot Pat Gray 9 30 girl in my life 10 00 All my children 10 30 Brady Bunch la of password 11 30 split second 12 of noon news sports weather Langston York Gray 12 30 let s make a Deal 1 00 newlywed game 1 30 i dream of Jeannie 2 00 general Hospital 2 30 one life to live j of love american style 3 30 i love Lucy a amp a 4 00 Bonanza 5 00 Abc evening news 5 30 Channel 6 news Langston York Gray 6 of to Tell the truth 6 30 Hollywood squares a William Conrad Vincent Price Charley Weaver Sandy Duncan Paul Lynde Karen Valentine John Davidson James Bro Finland Glenn Ford. 7 00the rookies a quot margin for error quot officer Mike Danko is teamed with an embittered police Veteran who holds the Rookie cop responsible death of his Best Friend older cop. 8 00 Abc monday movie quot once upon a the West quot Henry Fonda Claudia Cardinale Jason Robards and Charles Bron son Star in a Western adventure drama which takes place when the Only Law in the West was the gun. 10 00 night news 10 30 viewpoint 11 00 human dimension quot Home quot 11 30 wide world of entertainment i of news sports weather 1 30 Devotion for the another night time in Channel 13 monday 5 15 awake 5 45 top of the morning country style c 7 00 today show c Frank Mcgee 7 25 Wapiti news c 9 00 Dinah s place c Dinah Shore 9 30 jeopardy c Art Fleming 10 00 wizard of Odds c 10 30 Hollywood squares c Peter Marshall la of Jackpot c Geoff Edwards 1130 celebrity sweepstakes c premiere Jim Mckrell la 55 Abc news with Edwin Newman c 12 00 noon news c Carl Daniels 12 15 mid Day c Rosemary Dick Breit 12 30 three on a match c Bill Cullen 1 00 Days of our lives c 1 30 the doctors cd 2 00 another world c 2 30 How to survive a marriage c 3 00 Somerset c 3 30 Hogan s heroes 4 00 Gomer Pyle 4 30 Andy Griffith 5 00 Home edition c Tom Roberts 3 30 Abc n. On i by -1.ews c John Chancellor 6 00 Wadi nightly news c Wendell Harris Anchorman Rose Mary Gary Sanders. 6 30 let s make a Deal c Monty Hall 7 00 Abc monday night baseball c los Angeles Atlanta braves. 10 Mission impossible c quot takeover quot a political Boss hires a professional provocateur to stage a violent protest in a Man Euver to discredit his state s governor amp elevate his puppet the mayor to the governorship. 11 00 dateline c news Alan Griggs sports Gary Sanders weather John Mcclure la 30 tonight show c a Hom Uriol holy week a Day services 12 no mail s Turi 12 la m in my it 12 30.1.31 speakers for the week include or. Herman Cobb Rev. Harold Hermetz father Leonard Giardina Rev. Lee Davis and or Ralph Jolly. Ursery odes for Childres first United methodist chalet Cullman . Wallace Heads for Victory gardens Florida. 5 30 Lawrence Welk highlights include quot together wherever we go quot quot i love thee quot quot deep purple quot quot kiss an Angel Good morn Fng quot and quot Home Sweet 6.30the Fri quot the vendetta quot a crime Boss hiding in Haiti is lured Back to the states by three of his lieutenants who set him up for execution with the Aid of his former Girlfriend. 7 30the Story of Jacob and Joseph a special presentation recounting the powerful human drama of th9 biblical patriarchs Jacob and Joseph starring Keith Mitchell Tony Lobianco Colleen Dewhurst and Hersche Bernard i with an International cast. This tale of real people who lived in a real place during real historic times is divided into two parts quot Jacob and Esau quot and Joseph and his the familiar stories Are part of the Oral and written traditions of the old testament. 9 30 local sunday night movie quot the rainmaker quot starring Katherine Hepburn and Burt Lancaster a frightened spinster is transformed into a woman ready for love by a visiting con Man 11 15 week end news la 30 directions 12 30 jowl insight quot the Jesus song quot i 15 the Story of Jesus by Bessie Ford Montgomery up a with the democratic primary exactly a month away gov. George c. Wallace seems headed for a certain Victory in his bid for a third term. Gene Mclain the Man who kicked up a lot of dust when he launched his Campaign against Wallace has failed to prick the conscience of the people he thought were dissatisfied with Wallace. And the other three democratic candidates for governor former gov. James e. A big Jim Folsom Ralph a a shorty Price and Thomas Robinsons obviously knew they did not have a prayer of luring off any of the Wallace vote and they wont be surprised at the outcome. Wallace told newsmen last week he was confident he would be elected to his record third term. He said he was much More at ease then he was in 1970 when he waged a close bitter Campaign against former gov. Albert p. Brewer. Wallace Only pulled that one out in the primary Runoff and then by just a slim margin. But on May 7 Wallace most Likely will win by a landslide even if the voter turnout is Light. Mclain appeared to think he had an underdogs Chance of upsetting Wallace when he hit the Campaign Trail before Christmas. The Huntsville state senator said he Hall or could get the Campaign funds he needed to defeat Wallace. But a few weeks ago Melvin began to moan that his Money sources had dried up. He said utilities and Banks were sealed in the Wallace Camp and he Boyle s trial of murder set for next week Media a. Up the prosecution in the murder trial of w. A. A a Tony Boyle will Call a key witness next week one of two men who allegedly heard Boyle order the assassination of his bitter rival for the United mine workers Union presidency. Boyle 72, is accused of originating the scheme to kill Joseph a. A a Jock Yablonski his presidential opponent in a bitter 1969 Union election and of authorizing the payment of $20,000 in ump Money to three hired killers. To be called As a witness is William j. Tum Blazer. Indictments allege that Only turn Blazer District 19 president and former District 19 Secre tary treasurer Albert pass actually heard Boyle order Yablonski killed during a june 1969 meeting at ump Fread quarters in Washington . Yablonski his wife Margaret and their daughter Charlotte 25, were shot to death . 31, 1969, at their Home in the southwestern Pennsylvania Coal Fields. Their deaths came just three weeks after the ump reformer narrowly lost the election to Boyle. Of seven convicted or confessed Yablonski killers three testified last week. Two of the hired gunmen said Only that they were told Yablonskiy a death was ordered by a someone named Tony or a a Man named William j. Prater a ump District 19 organizer from i Follette tenn., testified Friday he was told twice a that Tony Boyle did not know about the pass 54, from Middlesboro ky., was convicted of the Yablonski murders last year. He has since refused to talk with the Fri and other investigators. Turnblazer 52, also from Middlesboro changed his mind after Prater a conviction last summer and agreed to talk with the Fri. He subsequently pleaded guilty to charges that he Boyle pass and five others conspired to violate Yablonskiy a civil rights. In return for his testimony Turnblazer was Given assurances last sept. 6 that he would never be indicted for the Yablonski murders. Instead the District 19 president was allowed to plead guilty to a Federal complaint that he conspired with Boyle and the others to violate Yablonskiy a civil rights. Lbs radio aired a total of 5,117 spot announcements in behalf of 72 Public service organizations in 1972. Charged that anyone who could be bought had been bought. Mclain has made dozens of bold accusations against Wallace saying he has abandoned the interests of Alabama while devoting his entire time to his presidential ambitions. And Melvin attempted to drag the name of Gerald Wallace the governors brother into the Campaign and link it with a state Highway department fraud investigation that has resulted in the indictment of three persons and convictions of one of those. He accused Wallace of having a the most corrupt administration in Alabama history a and questioned Wallace a source of income that would qualify him to take a $30,000 tax deduction on his 1968 presidential Campaign papers that he gave to the state archives and history department. Day after Day Melvin levelled the blasts. And there was no indication that any of the Wallace support was being diluted Wallace invited members of the Capitol news corps to lunch at the governors mansion to talk about whatever was on the reporters minds. The issues were far reaching in that two and one half hour give and take session and As usual most of what Wallace said was a off the he did say that he did not think he should be held responsible for the state Highway department scandal in which atty. Gen. Bill Baxley said the state was fleeced of $94,736. Baxley has offered to forfeit a years pay to get Gerald Wallace on the witness stand to ask him what he knew about the fraud. Wallace said if his brother were guilty of any wrongdoing he already would have been indicted. He said investigators had badgered his brother on Many fronts and found no evidence of any irregularity. In any big business Wallace said folks Are going to steal and that goes for the state too. He accused reporters of nitpicking. Melvin asked later How much Money would have to be involved in corruption before Wallace would be concerned. And Wallace staunchly defended his Cronie Oscar Harper who some have accused of influence peddling. He said Harper never tried to persuade him to do anything and said there was nothing wrong with a Man getting state business if he knew the governor. Melvin has vowed not to give up his fight until the votes Are counted although he appears quite discouraged when his guard is Down. He keeps searching for some Issue that will spark the voters interest. W a place May already be wondering what kind of weather the Capitol City will have on inauguration Day next january. These newspaper clippings show Buell Graves was a Good sheriff 1967-1971 with is the budget of the present sheriff s dept. Than Day Momin mater a Utor untaxed cigarettes also found county Mon arrested on drug charges arrests Paira a for City by in i via a v / a a ltd a of .�?~s., 4 r e get pints of Tiu or a i a Jill be i Srda it a cd a it checks Over Coe. O w car j a hit Obi a Lori i Tench Anno quot i Sherif Buell a quot a s a a 16 a quot a a a Jan win it est ii a1 conli10 i de beef f \ Cullman county stolen Buel car Loc a Ted a a �?zn0 Bosses to i ,4�> inc / arc to Nodi a Spect Edv to 4-�?T a a. A l j a it of cd Al Oft m a ,4 in m it font. In county youths charged with stealing motorcycles a. J pop pm eco str Mort charged As sheriff Buell Graves honesty was never questioned the office was respected by the people and by All other Law enforcement agencies. Vote Buell Graves sheriff hid political advertising by friends of Buell Graves Buell Graves i. 3 Cullman chair

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