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Dec 27, 1975 Old-line alcoholism treatment draws fire — Bakersfield Californian
Dec 17, 1975 The four basic social programs — Hawaiian American (Honolulu)
Dec 6, 1975 Narconon ... Confrontation to control — Delaware State News
Dec 4, 1975 Insufficient profits for Scientology E meter? — New Scientist
Lafayette Ron Hubbard of the Church of Scientology is seeking to extend the life of the British patent for his E-meter. The patent (943 012) will come to the end of its natural 16 year life on 27 July, 1976, when anyone will be able to make and sell the meter. Obviously this strikes terror in the heart of the Church of Scientology, and it has given notice of intention to present a prolongation petition to the High Court of Justice. ...
Oct 11, 1975 Church of Scientology sues AMA for $1.6 million — St. Paul Dispatch More: link
St. Paul Dispatch
The American Medical Association (AMA) is among several defendants in a $1.6 million libel suit filed Friday by the Church of Scientology of Minnesota. Other defendants in the suit filed in Ramsey District Court include the Minnesota State Medical Association Foundation (MSMAF), several foundation officers and Ralph Lee Smith, a writer for the AMA's "Today's Health" magazine. The church contends the AMA secretly hired Smith to do articles attacking various groups considered by the AMA hierarchy to be a threat to ...
Sep 13, 1975 Church of Scientology to warn of Interpol dangers — Rocky Mountain News (Denver, Colorado) More:
link Aug 2, 1975 Will real CIA agent please stand up? — Detroit Free Press More: link
Detroit Free Press
ONCE THE PANDORA'S BOX of unsubstantiated allegations is pried open, it no longer becomes a question of, "Is there one?" but rather, "Who is the one?" Alexander Butterfield seems to have rebutted reports that he was the CIA's man in the White House. But is it even logical to assume such a direct contact exists? It is, if you know anything about Washington bureaucratic infighting. Is one of President Ford's 43 assistants and special assistants in league with the CIA? A ...
Jul 6, 1975 Stamped with the Waddy Wood architectural personality — Washington Post More: link
Sarah Booth Conroy
[...] Many of the houses were more modest. He designed several groups of row houses. The 1810-1820 19th St. NW are handsome houses with red tile roofs, Flemish gables, baroque stone work, bay windows, lights courts and cream-colored brick with the trim originally sage green. According to Eig and Bryan, the six are now used variously as offices of the Founding Church of Scientology, a halfway house, and multi-family homes. [...]
May 10, 1975 Ask no questions, get no lies — Washington Star-News More: link
William F. Willoughby
A COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO WHEN I landed at Heathrow Airport in London, I wasn't quite sure what was going to take place. I had read some pretty wild tales about the Scientologists, but only a couple of weeks before that I had read some even wilder tales about the British Immigration people and their attitude and actions toward the Scientologists in Omar Garrison's new book titled "The Hidden Story of Scientology." I didn't know for sure that I would be ...
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