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Oct 1, 1964 L. Ron Hubbard: An opinion and a summing up — Borderline More: link
Richard G. Sipes
[Borderline Vol. 1 Number 2 October 1964]
A bold Borderline personality who remains a controversial figure: From Dianetics to Scientology. Is he a sage or a charlatan? L. RON HUBBARD: AN OPINION AND A SUMMING UP LAFAYETTE RONALD HUBBARD first made news in 1950 with Dianetics, an allegedly new theory of the human mind and behavior, and one which orthodox psychologists and psychiatrists have refused to condone. He has been in the news periodically ever since. Most men of action receive ... Jun 3, 1964 "Utter ignorance" of physics in Scientology writings / Doctor tells inquiry — The Age (Australia) More: news.google.com
The Age (Australia)
A DOCTOR told the scientology inquiry yesterday that writings by scientology leader L. R. Hubbard showed "complete and utter ignorance of physics, medical science and medicine." He was Dr. Hendrik Ithos Sydney Van den Brenk, doctor in charge of the Radiological Research Laboratories at the Cancer institute Board, Melbourne. Dr. Van den Brenk said statements by Hubbard about cancer were "quackery of the worst nature." There was nothing to indicate that Hubbard was a person capable of developing a formula which ...
Mar 21, 1964 Have You Ever Been A Boo-Hoo? — Saturday Evening Post More: saturdayeveningpost.com (2.5 MB), link, scientology-lies.com
Saturday Evening Post
Saint Hill Manor is a traditional old English mansion that stands behind a high gateway on a quiet Sussex road some 30 miles south of London. Its size and age—it was built in 1728—give it an impressive but faintly brooding air. Before 1959 it was owned by the Maharaja of Jaipur, and before that by Mrs. Anthony Drexel Biddle. But it is a safe bet that in all its 236 years Saint Hill Manor has never seen anybody quite like its ...
Dec 8, 1963 Australians look into Scientology / Ask if preclear and entheta constitute medical fraud — New York Times
Apr 7, 1963 Scientology claims cure, chases Reds, vexes U.S. — Detroit Free Press More: link
Detroit Free Press
When the Church of Scientology offered last August to send its E Meter into battle against Communist subversion, President Kennedy didn't even say, "No thanks." Because this religious organization when scorned has political fury of a Hell it doesn't especially believe in, Mr. Kennedy will hear more about his oversight. In the meantime, the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has seized the E Meter. FDA, bureaucratically unconcerned with any spiritua or ideological magic the machine might work, had United States ...
Jan 12, 1963 The Miracles Isles — Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Jan 9, 1963 Scientology here worries health men — The Age (Australia)
Jan 7, 1963 'Emotion' Machines Seized — Pacific Stars & Stripes
Jan 1, 1963 U.S. Acts to Stop Use of Cure-All Device — The Evening Star
Jul 1, 1962 Asks Dr. Hubbard — East Grinstead Courier (UK) More: link
East Grinstead Courier (UK)
WEALTHY Dr. Lafayette Ron Hubbard, the "Father of Scientology" is applying to East Grinstead Urban Council for permission to build a 75-room administration centre on grounds remote from his manor house home at Saint Hill. The move follows a confidential request from the council urging him to apply for planning permission to regularise use of the manor for office and research work. At present it is only scheduled for private residential use. In the meantime, some traders in the town have ...
Jun 30, 1961 Scientology 'con game' says Conry — Humboldt Standard
"This is the greatest 'con' game since the pea went under the walnut," Leonard Conry, district attorney, said yesterday as he filed charges against Frank Clendon Metcalf, already in trouble with the City of Eureka for practicing and instructing courses in Scientology. The city has brought charges against Metcalf for practicing without a business license. The District Attorney's office yesterday filed another action under violation of the state revenue and taxation code. Conry contends that Scientology is a business and not ...
Mar 25, 1960 Have you lived before? Yes say these four — East Grinstead Courier (UK)
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