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Pennsylvania / Militant Minister #87643

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 11, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(Clairton, Pennsylvania) Reverend D. Doug. Roth's resumption of church services despite defrocking by Lutheran bishop and contempt of court chgs. against him examined; background to minister's confrontation with authorities recalled. [ROTH - explains his militancy on behalf of congregation.] His activities against US Steel, local bank and accusation of local bishop's anti-unionism reviewed. [ROTH - criticizes Bishop Ken. May's support of anti-ministry forces.] [Unemployed steelworker Dale WORTON, parishioner Elsie MILTON - express opposite views of Roth.]
REPORTER: Stone Phillips

Donaldson, Sam;
Phillips, Stone

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