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The Message Part 17: William Branham and E. Howard Cadle

William Branham and E. Howard Cadle

This episode examines the links between William Branham and E. Howard Cadle of Indianapolis, Indiana, including E. Howard Cadle's involvement in illicit gambling and casinos at the time Otto H. Wathen was producing liquor for Chicago. It also examines the political religious aspects of E. Howard Cadle's life, including his religious ties to Jeffersonville, Indiana, his involvement with the Ku Klux Klan, and his run for political office in the State of Indiana.

Names discussed in this video:
• E. Howard Cadle
• Al Capone
• Frank Capone
• Gov. Ed Jackson
• Gypsy Smith
• Hiram W. Evans
• Rev. Jim Jones of Peoples Temple
• Rev. N. C. Guthrie
• Meda Branham
• Rev. Carnie Carpenter

Topics discussed in this video:
• E. Howard Cadle's chain of illicit gambling facilities in Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky
• E. Howard Cadle's saloon (and/or brothel) in the Levee District of Chicago
• Al and Frank Capone's brothel and casino in the Levee District of Chicago
• E. Howard Cadle's leaving Chicago as soon as Al Capone started to take control of Chicago's organized crime
• E. Howard Cadle's connections to Jeffersonville, Indiana, and the surrounding area
• E. Howard Cadle's first "Cadle Tabernacle" in Louisville, KY
• E. Howard Cadle's bringing the first United Brethren Church to the Jeffersonville area
• E. Howard Cadle's plans to create a chain of Cadle Tabernacles
• E. Howard Cadle's massive Cadle Tabernacle built in Indianapolis, IN
• Secretary of State Ed Jackson's position of leadership in E. Howard Cadle's evangelistic association
• Ku Klux Klan's nation-wide parades for membership drives and public support
• Ku Klux Klan's march on Washington, D.C.
• Ku Klux Klan's plans for an Indiana sect of the Ku Klux Klan
• Ed Jackson elected Governor of the State of Indiana
• Ed Jackson's involvement with and favoritism of the Ku Klux Klan
• Ed Jackson favoring Ku Klux Klan appointed government officials
• Strategic meetings of the Ku Klux Klan held at the Cadle Tabernacle
• Ku Klux Klan supportive speeches by Cadle Tabernacle leadership
• Public opinion of the Cadle Tabernacle's Ku Klux Klan meetings and Klan-appointed officials
• Hiram W. Evans' first public meeting held at the Cadle Tabernacle
• E. Howard Cadle's run for public office as Republican
• E. Howard Cadle's sudden change in political affiliation during the run for public office (A common strategy for swaying vote count)
• Ku Klux Klan taking control of Indiana State government
• William Branham's affiliation with E. Howard Cadle
• William Branham vacating his Jeffersonville "Billie Branham Pentecostal Tabernacle"
• William Branham handing his church over to N. C. Guthrie
• William Branham's 1940 evangelistic tour
• William Branham claiming (in Chicago, IL) to have "Pastored of the Milltown Baptist Church"


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