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PTL / Finances #315819

CBS Evening News for Friday, May 22, 1987
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.

(Fort Mill, SC: Bruce Hall) PTL auction of objects used by former leaders Jim and Tammy Bakker previewed; details given, scenes shown. [Auctioneer Ivan BROADWELL - cites expected price of the Bakkers air conditioned dog house.] [PTL spokesperson Jerry NIMS - notes organization's need for bonus paid couple.] [Bakker's daughter Tammy Sue CHAPMAN - accuses PTL of unfairness, deceit, destruction of family.] [1983, Jim BAKKER - defs. his extravagance; cites Vatican as example] Amt. raised by PTL this week through its television network mentioned.

Hall, Bruce;
Kuralt, Charles

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