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Unification Church #503323

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 17, 1979
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(Studio) Report with regard to Unification Church's ownership of business ventures introduced.
REPORTER: Jess Marlow

(Bayou La Batre, Alabama) History of church's investments in area given. Attempts to prevent group from moving in noted. [President of Concerned Mothers of the South Marlene VINING - expresses fear of the Moonies.] [President of US Master Marine and member of the Unification Church Michael RUNYON - speaks about missionary desire of mbrs.] Possibility that church represents unfair competition to local businesses cited. [Dayton GRAHAM - speaks of the advantage of being backed by church funds.]
REPORTER: Kenley Jones (WALA-TV newstape)

Marlow, Jess;
Jones, Kenley

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