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19 matching items found between Jan 1993 and Dec 1993. Furthermore, there are 947 matching items for all time not shown.
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Nov 17, 1993
Letters // Debate over Scientology continues — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
More: link
Type: Press
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Editor: The much publicized IRS rulings do not bestow credibility or legitimacy to Scientology. The IRS rulings cannot rewrite history or wipe the slate clean for this most destructive cult. Never forget that this cult committed what is, in my opinion, the greatest conspiracy against the government — crimes for which its top leadership went to jail. Never forget that this cult occupied Clearwater with secret military-style orders. And never forget the cult's infamous "fair game" policy, which says anyone declared ...
Nov 1, 1993
Letters // Scientology — Premiere (magazine)
More: link
Type: Press
Source: Premiere (magazine)
THANK YOU, thank you, thank you for having the courage to print your Scientology story ["Catch a Rising Star," September]. I have lived in California for quite a while now and have seen the Scientology presence grow like a tumor. I have been harassed by the "nice young men" in suits and ties handing out Scientology literature. It doesn't surprise me, considering the number of people that are looking for something to believe in and will pay a lot of ...
Oct 24, 1993
IRS examined Scientology dollars, not dogma — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
More: link, pqasb.pqarchiver.com
Type: Press
Author(s): David Dahl
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
When the IRS granted tax exemptions to the church, it did so mainly on the basis of what Scientology did with its money. WASHINGTON — It might be easier for a camel to walk through the eye of a needle than for the IRS to judge the merits of a religion. So when it comes to considering tax exemptions, the agency sticks to what it knows: money. For the Church of Scientology, which won a series of tax exemptions earlier this ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 17, 1993
Media watch // The church and the magazines — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Jane Galbraith
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
No one would ever accuse the Church of Scientology of not being vigilant about its press coverage, especially when it comes to its famous Hollywood members. One of the latest cases in point was the 2,000-word response in Premiere magazine after a recent story about Scientology's ties to the entertainment industry. This was followed by the publication of a 16-page booklet dubbed "Premiere Propaganda." "Premiere's reporter was not interested in writing a fair story on the church. Instead he went out ...
Oct 14, 1993
Church declared tax-free — Tampa Tribune (Florida)
Oct 14, 1993
Ruling may doom Pinellas tax suit against Scientology — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Wayne Garcia
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
The IRS' exemption of the Church of Scientology may doom the county's effort to collect a tax bill exceeding $7.9-million. CLEARWATER — Pinellas County's property tax lawsuit against the Church of Scientology is badly wounded by an Internal Revenue Service ruling that exempts the organization from federal income taxes, Property Appraiser Jim Smith said Wednesday. The two sides are headed back to mediation that likely will result in many, if not all, of the Scientology properties being removed from the property ...
Oct 14, 1993
Scientologists granted tax exemption by the U.S. — New York Times
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Type: Press
Author(s): Stephen Labaton
Source: New York Times
WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 — The Government said today that it had agreed to grant a tax exemption to the Church of Scientology and more than 150 of its related corporations, ending one of the longest-running tax disputes in American history. "This puts an end to what has been an historic war," said Marty Rathbun, president of a Scientology organization that received a tax exemption. "It's like the Palestinians and the Israelis shaking hands." Officials at the Internal Revenue Service and the ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 1, 1993
Closing agreement on final determination covering specific matters [Church of Scientology / Internal Revenue Service closing agreement]
Oct 1, 1993
Scientology responds — Premiere (magazine)
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Type: Press
Source: Premiere (magazine)
Last month we published an article by PREMIERE senior writer John H. Richardson that carefully examined the growing influence of Scientology in Hollywood. The Church vehemently protested the article, and we have given David Miscavige, the head of the Church, the right of reply. —Ed. IT IS AN UNFORTUNATE FACT THAT late in the 20th century, I find myself defending my religion between these covers. It is, however, a necessity, for if truth is not presented, then untruths become accepted ...
Sep 1, 1993
Catch a rising star — Premiere (magazine)
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Type: Press
Author(s): John H. Richardson
Source: Premiere (magazine)
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Aug 20, 1993
Letters to the Editor // The Scientology debate — East Grinstead Courier (UK)
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Type: Press
Source: East Grinstead Courier (UK)
The Courier has received a number of letters this week which are not being published because they are considered to be defamatory. —– Misdirected energy AS SPOKESMAN for the Church of Scientology I have only one thing to say to Mike Ricks (Letters, August 13), and that is that if he had spent as much time on improving conditions in town as he did in persecuting a religion, East Grinstead would be an even more pleasant environment to live and ...
Aug 18, 1993
Church of Spiritual Technology (CST) (dba, L. Ron Hubbard Library): Form 1023 filing
More: PDF: Master index
Type: Document
[Transcription of the meaningful parts of the 1023 form as submitted by the Church of Spiritual Technology to the IRS. For the complete document, see PDFs] [...] Church of Spiritual Technology 419 Larchmont, Suite 162 Los Angeles, CA 90004-3013 Form 1023 [...] [b]Part I, Question 8 – Previous Exemption Application[/b] Church of Spiritual Technology ("CST") filed an application for recognition of its tax exemption under section 501(c)(3) on August 24, 1983. That application was denied by an adverse ruling dated July ...
Aug 3, 1993
Bylaws of Bridge Publications, Inc. (BPI)
May 17, 1993
Church members file suit against professor, officials — Daily Bruin (University of California)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Nancy Hsu
Source: Daily Bruin (University of California)
Two UCLA extension students in the Church of Scientology have filed suit against UCLA professor Louis Jolyon West, the Board of Regents and Chancellor Charles Young for allegedly using taxpayer money to fund anti-religious activities. The university has yet to respond to the suit filed last month with the Santa Monica Superior Court. John Van Dyke and Mario Majorski charge that, while on the University of California payroll, West used his position to organize anti-religious seminars and two groups that target ...
May 5, 1993
Cult lures Aussie stars — People (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Terry Bourke
Source: People (Australia)
Kate Ceberano and Nicole Kidman join Scientology, the fastest-growing religion in the world - and one of the weirdest Showbiz types find religion - in a church founded by sci-fi writer by Terry Bourke Two showbiz babies are the latest celebrity recruits to the strange Scientology sect. And one is the centre of anger among Elvis Presley fans. The innocent babies know nothing of the controversial cult which will rule their lives - but their parents do. Partners Tom Cruise and ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
Apr 10, 1993
Scientologists sue UCLA professor // University is also named a defendant — Daily Breeze (California)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Pat Alston
Source: Daily Breeze (California)
The Church of Scientology, bristling from public criticism by a nationally recognized psychiatrist and UCLA professor, has sued the outspoken educator and the university. In a lawsuit filed this week in Santa Monica Superior Court, two student followers of the controversial church claim that Dr. Louis J. West has waged a smear campaign of religious intolerance and hatred on university time. The verbal attacks by a representative of the state university system and his alleged "anti-religious activity" are violations of state ...
Apr 5, 1993
Counseling center redesigned / Groundbreaking for the Scientologists' domed, $40-million center in Clearwater is expected by the end of the year — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Wayne Garcia
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Church of Scientology officials are retooling designs for their $40-million counseling and training center on the site of the old Gray Moss Inn, across the street from the Fort Harrison Hotel religious retreat. A model of the six-story Technical Delivery Building features a broad domed roof and concentric white concrete circles around one side that recall the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Scientologists expect to break ground on the new building at 215 S Fort Harrison Ave. ...
Mar 21, 1993
Bittersweet - Cocolat and Scientology / Some of Cocolat's ex-workers claim that the company's newest ingredient is Scientology — San Francisco Examiner (California)
More: stop-wise.biz, link
Type: Press
Author(s): Erin McCormick
Source: San Francisco Examiner (California)
Some of Cocolat's ex-workers claim that the company's newest ingredient is Scientology by Erin McCormick of the Examiner Staff It was once the sweetheart of the Bay Area business world - a woman-run chocolate company that grew from a single storefront to a national success. Now, two years since an employee's embezzlement forced the sale of Cocolat Chocolate Co., an unlikely mix is brewing at the company's Hayward plant: Scientology and chocolate. The mixture has been volatile. Cocolat is the latest ...
Jan 14, 1993
Disco boss bans group in cult fear — The Advertiser (Finchley, UK)
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