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Nov 29, 1973 Narconon Asks Suit Testimony — El Paso Herald-Post
El Paso Herald-Post
An attorney for the Narconon organization filed a motion to perpetuate testimony yesterday in district court in what a spokesman said was preparation for a lawsuit. The petition specifically seeks to obtain information from El Paso Times Reporter Steve Hallock concerning an article which appeared in that newspaper about Narconon. It also asks to obtain information from officials of the newspaper. The petition further says that the testimony is sought in anticipation of action against the newspaper in excess of $5 ...
Nov 23, 1973 'Freedom' proves popular; national tour announced — Chronicle (Washington)
Nov 16, 1973 John Brodie: Passer to preacher — Los Angeles Times (California) More: link
Los Angeles Times (California)
The John Brodie career is winding down. It has been a big one — long, distinguished, historic. No other, football player ever spent 17 consecutive seasons with the team that drafted him. And in another month it will all be over. Brodie has announced his retirement as of the end of this season. At 38, he is about to move from the pocket to the pulpit. The veteran San Francisco quarterback has determined to spend next year in graduate' work in ...
Nov 9, 1973 Scientoligists aim to change act — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Oct 19, 1973 55 of 88 students listed drug histories // Classes link Scientology, Narconon — El Paso Herald-Post More: link
El Paso Herald-Post Narconon
has been trying to make a name for itself since opening offices at 101 Montana avenue in June. It is described as a program to help drug addicts overcome the habit and to help prevent drug addiction. The executive director,
, has been speaking to civic clubs to acquaint them with Narconon's efforts. PTAs and similar groups that have not yet heard the message have been offered speakers. THE OFFICE and classroom were donated for Narconon's use ...
Oct 1, 1973 The Awful Truth About Scientology — The Realist More: ep.tc
The Realist [Reproduced here with express permission of Paul Krassner — Publisher of The Realist. Thank you! Transcribed from scanned pages at The Realist Project Archive.]
Although many people have had some brief acquaintance with Scientology, very few have gotten into the subject far enough to find out what it is really all about. It is a subject which doesn't easily lend itself to study. The courses are many and tend to become quite expensive, not only in terms of money, ...
Sep 15, 1973 Scientology ban to end — The Australian
Jul 7, 1973 'The snake pit' and '1984'... Here and now? — Seattle Post-Intelligencer More: link
"The weird, offbeat types of religious sects are getting far too much attention," a Lutheran minister bemoaned. "Sensational-type groups don't deserve the publicity," a Methodist added. And their outcry is common, even though much of the publicity might be harsh and critical. Such as this column's reporting of the Church of Scientology's local protest activities in 1971 against the federal offices here of the Food and Drug Administration. Cited were angry, shouting youths, including girls, dressed in clerics. But since then, ...
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