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Aug 17, 2009
Proposed Scientology church could come to Bucks after all — WFMZ 69 (Pennsylvania, New Jersey)
More: wfmz.com
Type: TV
Source: WFMZ 69 (Pennsylvania, New Jersey)
A Church of Scientology could be setting up shop in Bucks County after all. A. Rhoades Wilson wanted to convert his home in Plumstead Township into a church. But the township shot him down. Now Wilson is appealing to the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas. There's no word on when the court will have its say.
Feb 20, 2009
Resident unsure of plans after application denied — Bucks County Courier Times
Type: Press
Author(s): Freda R. Savana
Source: Bucks County Courier Times
By: FREDA R. SAVANA Bucks County Courier Times A. Rhodes Wilson said he isn't sure what he'll do now that Plumstead has denied his application to convert an Easton Road home he owns into the Church of Scientology Mission of Bucks County. "I haven't formalized my plans," said Wilson, a day after supervisors unanimously rejected his bid to turn the five-bedroom, ranch-style house into a mission center. He had no comment about the board's denial, which is expected to be formally ...
Feb 5, 2009
Board facing decision on Church of Scientology — The Intelligencer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
More: phillyburbs.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Freda R. Savana
Source: The Intelligencer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Several residents expressed concern about the opening of a mission in their neighborhood. In Tuesday's final hearing to determine if a house on Easton Road can be converted to a Church of Scientology mission, the property owner's attorney argued all township requirements have been met and an approval should be granted. In fact, Robert Gundlach, the lawyer representing A. Rhodes Wilson, said his client exceeded what the law requires by providing sewer, water and traffic studies. He urged Plumstead officials to ...
Dec 3, 2008
Man wants to make his home a church — The Intelligencer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
More: phillyburbs.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Freda R. Savana
Source: The Intelligencer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
A. Rhodes Wilson wants to use his single-family home on Easton Road as a mission for the Church of Scientology. Looking for approval from the Plumstead Township Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, Wilson, represented by Doylestown attorney Robert Gundlach, testified he intends to keep the house exactly as it is but convert its use to a place of worship. Wilson is the church's Bucks County mission's director and would lease the home to the church. He does not there. Gundlach presented ...
Sep 15, 2008
Church of Scientology eyes Bucks Co. property — CBS News
Type: Press
Author(s): Lesley Van Arsdall
Source: CBS News
PLUMSTEAD, Pa. (CBS 3) — A religion with several famous members is hoping to turn a Bucks County building into its new home, but some people living nearby are becoming a little weary of their new neighbor. When Plumstead resident Kim Coffman heard her new neighbors might be the church of Scientology, she was not happy. "We were hoping a family would move in and my children would have some friends right out back would be the ideal situation," Coffman said. ...
Aug 27, 2008
Church of Scientology seeks home in Bucks — The Intelligencer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Type: Press
Author(s): Freda R. Savana
Source: The Intelligencer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
A. Rhodes Wilson is no stranger to Plumstead Township, nor is his property at 5571 Easton Road. For nearly five years, Wilson and his wife, Jana, have been at war with the township over how they can use the single-family dwelling they have never lived in. The couple lives in Buckingham. In the most recent turn of events, the Wilsons are looking for approval to use the building, once home to Rhodes Wilson's accounting business, as the Church of Scientology Mission ...
Aug 27, 2008
Man plans to build Scientology church in Bucks County — FOX News (Philadelphia)
Nov 8, 1987
Rhodesian takeover bid [excerpt from "Bare-Faced Messiah: The True Story of L. Ron Hubbard"] — The Sunday Times (UK)
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Type: Press
Source: The Sunday Times (UK)
ON April 7, 1966, the CIA headquarters in the United States received a cable from an agent in Rhodesia: "Request traces of L Ron Hubbard, US citizen recently arrived." The reply confirmed that headquarters files contained no derogatory information about the subject, but a memo was attached giving excerpts from press reports. It concluded: "Individuals who have been connected with the organisations headed by Hubbard or who have had contact with him and the organisations, have indicated that Hubbard is a ...
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