Page 1 of 1:
Jun 10, 1974 Scientology wedding in Caulfield — The Age (Australia)
The Age (Australia)
A Perth couple, Mr. Vernon Cornelius, a 54-year-old communications inspector in the WA Railways, and Miss Daphne Smith, a 48-year-old secretary, married at the Church of Scientology chapel in Inkerman Road, North Caulfield, on Saturday. It was the first Scientology wedding in Victoria - where Scientology was banned in 1965. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Michael Graham, the 31-year-old Australian president of the church, which was recognised under the Commonwealth Marriage Act in February last year. The Victorian president of ...
May 7, 1974 Metropolitan Toronto Police // Intra-departmental correspondence [Sergeant John B. Fallis' report re. break-in]
Feb 25, 1974 The survivor — The Australian
Jan 15, 1974 Church has its first wedding — The Australian
Aug 25, 1973 Mind meddlers at work — The Bulletin (Australia)
The Bulletin (Australia)
THE FEDERAL government's passion for commissions of inquiry into all manner of atrocity, iniquity and anomaly may have helped prepare the ground for some unofficial and oddly based fact-gathering bodies. When the Australian Citizens' Commission on Human Rights takes out newspaper space to call for submissions on "Psychiatric Violations," for instance, the casual reader might scarcely pause to remark that the commission is sponsored by the Church of Scientology. It has become almost a reflex in Australia to regard any activity ...
Apr 28, 1973 Religion on the march // Scientology's new reverence — Nation Review (Australia)
Nation Review (Australia)
ONE OF the federal Labor government's many decisions in the past four months — recognition of scientology as a religion — has passed with little, if any, coverage by the Australian press. However, the move has been more than popular with the nation's 3000 active scientologists and has received rave reviews in the movement's press, both here and overseas. The government's proclamation, gazetted on february 15, recognised as celebrants of marriage fiftyfive religious bodies, including the Church of the New Faith ...
Feb 23, 1973 A happy apostle of the New Faith — The Australian
Feb 13, 1973 Religious status for scientology — The West Australian
Nov 24, 1972 Scientologists not discouraged — Daily News (Australia)
Nov 23, 1972 Scientology Repeal Bill // Bid to stop debate fails — West Australian
The Legislative Assembly yesterday took more than an hour to decide that it had power to debate the Scientology Act Repeal Bill. It rejected by 20 votes to 19 a move by the Leader of the opposition, Sir Charles Court, to disagree with a ruling by the Speaker, Mr Norton. The Bill seeks to repeal the ban on scientology enacted by the Liberal-Country Party Government in 1968. Mr Norton ruled that the Bill was not subjudice because of a writ by ...
Nov 11, 1972 Minister warns on cult inquiry — West Australian
Nov 4, 1972 'New Faith' bid to see Ellis fails — West Australian
Oct 24, 1972 Scientology registered as company — The West Australian
The West Australian
The Church of the New Faith Incorporated (Scientology) has been registered in W.A. as a foreign company. The practice of scientology in W.A. was banned in 1968 under legislation introduced into State Parliament by the previous Government. The Rev. Michael Graham, Australian president of the church, said in a Press release yesterday that the church was now registered in Victoria, South Australia, New South Wales and W.A. "Now that the church is registered, the Scientology Act 1968 should be repealed very ...
Aug 28, 1972 Scientology comes back as a religion — The Australian
SCIENTOLOGY was banned in Victoria after an exhaustive 160-day inquiry in 1963-64, which yielded four million words of evidence. It was later banned in South Australia and Western Australia, and appeared on the decline. But South Australia has now decided to repeal its ban, and the Federal Opposition leader in the Senate, Senator Lionel Murphy, QC, says a Federal Labor Government would recognise the Scientology Church of the New Faith. Members of the Church of the New Faith intend to fight ...
Dec 21, 1971 Harassed scientologists cry 'fascist' — The Australian
Jan 1, 1971 The Scandal of Scientology - 10 The Suppressives — Tower Publications, Inc.
Jan 1, 1971 The Scandal of Scientology - 14 Scientology -- Business or Religion? — Tower Publications, Inc.
Feb 5, 1970 Drug abuse Confab termed a success — Wilshire Press
Page 1 of 1: