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8 matching items found between Jan 1975 and Dec 1979. Furthermore, there are 229 matching items for all time not shown.
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Nov 7, 1979
Letter indicates Hubbard came to city to 'save the operation' — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Richard Leiby
Source: Clearwater Sun (Florida)
WASHINGTON — L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology, was so concerned with the success of his newly formed Clearwater headquarters that he visited there in late November 1975 to "save the operation." A letter Hubbard sent one of his top-level "Guardians" shows the founder wanted to make sure "this scene stays cool" while his United Churches of Florida front group established itself in the old Fort Harrison hotel and Bank of Clearwater buildings. The letter is included in ...
Oct 17, 1978
Religious 'cults' [Letter] — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Type: Press
Source: Globe and Mail (Canada)
Cabinet members are deliberating on a possible government inquiry into minority religious groups - or cults, as they have been sneeringly designated. I am a minister in the Church of Scientology. I wish to point out that like my church the Christian church began as a cult and has survived thus far on the basis of its own merits and demerits. I claim the right for my church and others to do the same Carolyn Lois Wightman Assistant Professor Department of ...
Sep 7, 1978
Your turn / A Scientology defense — Los Angeles Herald Examiner (California)
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Type: Opinion
Source: Los Angeles Herald Examiner (California)
"Who would have dreamed that U.S. inteligence agencies would attempt to destroy a religious movement born in America?" By Jeff Dubron In 1950, the book "Dianetics: The Modem Science of Mental Health" by L Ron Hubbard was first published. It was an immediate bestseller. It was also the target of an intelligence campaign covertly carried out by many federal agencies such as the State Department, FBI, CIA, Air Force Intelligence and others. Perhaps we will never know the original reason for ...
Sep 4, 1978
Mail // Scientology — People magazine
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Type: Press
Source: People magazine
As a former member of this specious cult myself, I can well appreciate the laughable attempts of Henning Heldt to affect the role of persecuted martyr as he posed wistfully in his clerical collar and ersatz crucifix. (It's not a symbol of Christianity, folks, but an eight-pointed cross that Scientologists use in hopes of appearing legitimate.) Robert S. Napier Bremerton, Wash. —– I have been a Scientologist for five years now. I'm not a crook, I'm not crazy, and I'm ...
Apr 1, 1978
Church of Scientology is explained [letter] — Detroit News
Jun 22, 1977
Scientology's tactics for dissenters / Hubbard: "Law can be used to harass. If possible of course, to utterly ruin" — Albertan (Canada)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Bob McKee
Source: Albertan (Canada)
The Church of Scientology has an effective way of dealing with those who "seek to destroy" it. In this, the third of a series Bob McKee examines some of its methods. There have been dissensions in every church that ever existed but few, if any, have resorted to as drastic a method in dealing with its heretics, as has the Church of Scientology. Not since the Inquisition has a church pursued so severe and uncompromising a stand in rooting out all ...
Aug 4, 1976
Vague letter attacking Cazares passed on to FBI — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Patrick McMahon
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
A typewritten letter to certain Pinellas and state Democratic party officials about Clearwater Mayor Gabriel Cazares was turned over to the FBI for investigation Tuesday, Cazares said. An apparently vaguely written letter about alleged activities by Cazares, Democratic candidate for the U.S. House in 6th Congressional District, was received by some state and local party officials last week, and a followup letter apparently was mail to other party members this week. Pinellas Democratic Party Chairman Howard Lawrence called the letter "a ...
Apr 5, 1976
Letters / Scientology offers answers / Get to know yourself — Michigan Journal
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Type: Press
Source: Michigan Journal
To the Editor: Scientology is coming to this campus on April 14, 1976. Scientology is an applied religious philosophy that answers such questions as, can one find PEACE OF MIND? What is the mind? How can I become more myself? How an I be happier in the dealings of everyday life? Scientology was discovered, developed, and organized by L. Ron Hubbard, an engineer, writer, and philosopher who spent most of this early years studying human behayior and researching ways in which ...
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