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Jun 12, 1973 Scientology church aids erring youth — Crusader More: link
John Smith, age 14, was declared incorrigable by social workers at the Clayton Juvenile Court and Detention Center. He had run away from home for the "8th time" when he was given four days temporary custody with his aunt on May 25, '73. At the end of that four days a warrant was to be issued for his arrest. "I felt I didn't belong to myself. I wanted out, to live my own life, and was on my way to Chicago ...
Jun 6, 1973 Church of Scientology to pay libel damages to former Minister — The Times (UK)
The Times (UK)
Church of Scientology of California and Others
Before Mr Justice Ackner
Mr Kenneth Robinson
, former Minister of Health, is to receive a substantial sum from the Church of Scientology of California as damages for libel in respect of statements published in various of its broadsheets. He sued the church;
Mr Lafayette Ronald Hubbard
, its founder; and Mr Peter Ginever, editor of the broadsheets. Mr F. P. Neill, QC. and Mr Michael Curwen for Mr Robinson; Mr James ...
May 17, 1973 Scientology ban lifted — The West Australian
The West Australian
The ban on Scientology has been lifted in Western Australia. A Bill to repeal the ban on scientology imposed by the previous Government in 1968 passed rapidly through all stages in the Legislative Council last night. The Bill had already been approved by the Legislative Assembly. There were only three speakers in the Council's second reading debate - the former Minister for Health, Mr MacKinnon (Lib.-Lower West), Mr Withers (Lib.-North) and the Minister for Police, Mr Dolan, who introduced the Bill. ...
May 11, 1973 Assembly passes Scientology bill — West Australian
A Bill to lift the ban on the scientology cult in W.A., completed its passage through the Legislative Assembly yesterday, despite Liberal Party opposition. Although the leader of the Opposition, Sir Charles Court, and several other Opposition members spoke against the Bill, they did not force a division on the second reading, committee and third reading stages. The bill will now go to the Legislative Council. Speaking during the second reading debate, Sir Charles said that the Liberal Party would allow ... May 6, 1973 Scientologists making impact on West Side // Church largest and fastest growing of its kind in the area — Los Angeles Times (California) More: link
John H. Hall
Los Angeles Times (California)
Despite a 10-year running battle with the Food and Drug Administration and the American Medical Assn., Scientology appears to have finally arrived on the West Side. Aided by a 1971 federal district court decision, the Church of Scientology is not only a recognized religious science but the largest and fastest-growing pandenominational church in this area. And the greatest concentration of its members may well be here. There are 75,000 Scientologists in Los Angeles, according to the Rev. Glenn A. Malkin, executive ...
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 ...
Apr 15, 1973 Scientology plans a big comeback — The Melbourne Observer (Australia)
The Melbourne Observer (Australia)
SCIENTOLOGY - the mystery-shrouded religion that came under intense official attack in Victoria - has launched a massive comeback campaign. The faith's leader, L. Ron Hubbard, has ordered wide-scale expansion throughout Australia. He has told his Australian followers: "There's no reason not to create a wildfire expansion in Australia now. "Disseminate more. Train more. Audit more." The Observer has obtained some of the personal letters and orders which Hubbard has issued to his Australian officials. They clearly indicate the faith's determination ... Mar 15, 1973 Scientologists plan newspaper — The Australian
THE Scientology movement is to publish the first issue of its own newspaper, Freedom, in Australia this month. The international editor of Freedom, Mr Peter Ginever, who is in Perth for the launching of the paper, said yesterday the decision to publish in Australia was made after the Federal Government's recent recognition of scientology.
Feb 23, 1973 A happy apostle of the New Faith — The Australian
Feb 13, 1973 Religious status for scientology — The West Australian
Feb 1, 1973 Murphy gives church power to marry — The Australian
Jan 20, 1973 Scientology comeback under new name — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
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