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Jul 16, 2010
The Edge: David Love — The Hawk (Saint Joseph's University, Pennsylvania)
Type: Radio
Author(s): Tom Smith
Source: The Hawk (Saint Joseph's University, Pennsylvania)
[Credit: Transcript by Anonymous @] —– ABBREVIATIONS: TS = Tom Smith DL = David Love The format of the time offsets is minutes:seconds (MM:SS). —– TRANSCRIPT: 00:02 Announcer:, student radio for Tampa Bay and the voice of Hillsborough Community College, streaming on the web 24/7. 00:12 Announcer: The content of the following program does not necessarily express or imply the opinions and/or policies of Hillsborough Community College,, or WXYB AM. The producer of this program created it ...
Nov 11, 2009
Transgender author read from her memoir-in-progress — The Hawk (Saint Joseph's University, Pennsylvania)
Sep 25, 2009
Did Scientologists infiltrate NoLibs [Northern Liberties] town hall meeting? [Javascript required] — Philadelphia City Paper
Type: Blog
Author(s): Isaiah Thompson
Source: Philadelphia City Paper
This week, CP got a call from a Northern Liberties resident with an unusual story. He, and about 50 other NoLibs residents, had attended a police town hall meeting on September 8. On his way out, he happened to pick up some literature that had been placed on a table by the door – in particular, three pamphlets entitled, "The Truth about Marijuana," "The Truth About Pain Killers," and "The Truth About Drugs." The pamphlets, he says, seemed ordinary enough at ...
Aug 17, 2009
Proposed Scientology church could come to Bucks after all — WFMZ 69 (Pennsylvania, New Jersey)
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 5, 2009
Board facing decision on Church of Scientology — The Intelligencer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
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)
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)
Jul 18, 2007
Church of Scientology Buys Philadelphia Tower — CoStar Group
Type: Press
Author(s): Nan Eckman
Source: CoStar Group
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jul 1, 2007
Church of Scientology buys site in Center City — Philadelphia Inquirer
Type: Press
Author(s): Michael Klein
Source: Philadelphia Inquirer
It has purchased more spacious quarters on Chestnut Street and plans to expand. Retailers, restaurants and other businesses are flocking to Center City. Now comes another flock. The Church of Scientology last month paid just under $8 million for a vacant 15-story office building and an adjoining one-story former toy store in the heart of downtown: the 1300 block of Chestnut Street — across the street from Macy's and next door to the furniture store Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. The ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Aug 15, 2005
In Rebuttal: Scientology helps people — Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Type: Press
Author(s): Helen Campbell
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
In response to the July 24 Post-Gazette news articles "Scientology Comes to Town": As a 60-year resident of Pittsburgh and a 20-year member of the Church of Scientology, I am compelled to set the record straight on your July 24 articles about Scientology. The article missed the help the church and its members are extending to millions around the world, including residents of Pennsylvania. The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, were a rude awakening for everyone. For many of ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Apr 7, 1974
Narconon programs help addicts in prisons, community centers — Reading Eagle (Pennsylvania)
Mar 22, 1974
Scientology renews the spirit — Today's Post (Pennsylvania)
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