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Jun 1, 1977
Times drops suit — Evening Independent (Florida)
May 25, 1977
Man given refund by Scientologists — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Stephen "Steve" Advokat
Source: Clearwater Sun (Florida)
LARGO—An 80-year-old Largo man who did not find the solution to his memory lapses in Scientology courses got his money back Tuesday. Hours after the Clearwater Sun contacted the Church of Scientology of Florida in Miami to ask about Erich Abraham's refund, a Scientologist called the retired machinist from Milwaukee to say his money—$3,691.73 for 60½ hours of training—would be refunded immediately. A Scientologist brought a check to his door Tuesday afternoon, Abraham said. Abraham, a 17-year resident of Largo, had ...
May 20, 1977
Scientology E-meter back at $20 an hour — The Age (Australia)
May 20, 1977
The return of the scientologists — The Age (Australia)
May 19, 1977
Digest [Fire at Old Clearwater Bank] — Evening Independent (Florida)
Type: Press
Source: Evening Independent (Florida)
[...] Firemen battled flames for four hours yesterday in the old Bank of Clearwater building in downtown Clearwater which is now used by the Church of Scientology. Cause of the fire, which was confined to the top two floors of the building, was not known. There were no serious injuries. [...]
May 19, 1977
Scientology big: Claim — The Herald (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Geoff Easdown
Source: The Herald (Australia)
By Herald reporter Geoff Easdown who was tested today by Mrs Elaine Allen, Victoria's first registered minister of the Church of Scientology. Scientology is operating in a bigger way than before it was banned in 1965, its first officially recognised minister in Victoria claimed today. Controversial files are still kept on those who seek counselling from its ministers. The controversial E-meter is again in use. At the Church of Scientology, 724 Inkerman Rd., Caulfield, I was given an E-meter test today ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
May 19, 1977
State says yes to Scientology minister — The Age (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Steve Harris
Source: The Age (Australia)
Mrs. Elaine Allen, a former Sunday School teacher, has become Victoria's first registered Minister of the Church of Scientology. The State Government has relaxed its stand on the movement, outlawed 12 years ago after an inquiry described it as perverted, debased, ill-founded and harmful. The Chief Secretary, Mr. Dickie, last night confirmed that Mrs. Allen, of Balwyn, had been recognised as a minister of religion. But he said the Psychological Practices Act of 1965, under which the movement was outlawed, still ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
May 17, 1977
U.S. agencies told to give data to judge — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Robert Rawitch
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
'I just don't believe' federal claims on files sought by church, jurist says Declaring "there is something fishy going on" and he can no longer believe the government, a Los Angeles federal judge Monday ordered three federal agencies to give him documents being withheld from the Church of Scientology. "I'm not going to accept anything the government tells me in this case, said U.S. Dist. Judge Warren J. Ferguson, "because it has gotten to the point I just don't believe them." ...
May 7, 1977
DA launches a probe of Creedmoor abuse — New York Post
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Type: Press
Author(s): Al Sostchen
Source: New York Post
Queens District Attorney John J. Santucci is looking Into nearly 200 possible incidents of patient abuse at the Creedmoor Psychiatric Center, including charges that six persons may have died under suspicious circumstances. The prosecutor emphasized that the matter was in the preliminary stages and individual cases would be turned over to a grand jury if evidence of wrongdoing turned up. At the same time, Santucci told reporters yesterday he had won a concession from the State Mental Hygiene Dept. that could ...
May 7, 1977
DA to probe six deaths — NY Daily News (New York)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Vincent Cosgrove
Source: NY Daily News (New York)
Queens District Attorney John Santucci said yesterday that his staff was looking into charges by the Citizens Commission on Human Rights that six unexplained deaths have occurred at the Creedmoor Psychiatric Center in Bellerose. Santucci said that the commission, reportedly affiliated with the Church of Scientology, had presented his office with some 180 pages of charges, the majority alleging patient abuse. He said that while he understood that the Church of Scientology was opposed to the psychiatric treatment of mental patients, ...
Apr 22, 1977
Attorney battles ACLU and cults — Philadelphia Daily News
Apr 19, 1977
Bill would prohibit assisting Interpol — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Jennifer Gavin
Source: Clearwater Sun (Florida)
TALLAHASSEE—Some call it the Scientology Bill, although its subject is Interpol, the international police organization. Rep. Eric Smith, D-Jacksonville, the bill's sponsor, calls it privacy insurance for all Florida residents—including Scientologists. A separately developed but mutual interest has brought the Church of Scientology, headquartered in Clearwater, and a group of law enforcement activists together supporting the bill that would forbid law enforcement agencies in Florida to cooperate with Interpol, Smith said Monday. "I don't care if a person is a Scientologist, ...
Apr 10, 1977
Abuses claimed // Bill takes aim at Interpol — Houston Post
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Type: Press
Author(s): Jon Standefer
Source: Houston Post
Telling it briefly Interpol, which claims to be merely a clearing-house for information passed among police agencies in various countries, has been accused of releasing false information about Americans to foreign governments. A bill has been introduced in the state legislature to ban police cooperation with Interpol. AUSTIN - Interpol, that international police force whose crime-fighting exploits usually happen only in detective novels, has been getting a black eye. Although self-described as a private agency only to channel information among ...
Apr 1, 1977
Interpol's threat to privacy — The Progressive
Mar 27, 1977
Interpol indicted at 2 hearings — Washington Star-News
Mar 18, 1977
Stanley Clarke: From South Street to Success — Tampa Tribune (Florida)
Mar 15, 1977
MP urges Interpol inquiry after CIA revelations — The Guardian (UK)
Mar 6, 1977
Religious sects respond as mental health volunteers — Los Angeles Times (California)
Mar 1, 1977
John Travolta — Playgirl Magazine
Type: Press
Author(s): Cameron Crowe
Source: Playgirl Magazine
The overnight sensation of Welcome Back Kotter is determined to be more than just an overnight sensation It happens every few years. The long arm of teen worship reaches out for an unsuspecting, sensual young actor and hurtles him into absolute superstardom. Huge sacks of fan letters pour in daily. Hysterical mob scenes materialize. Record contracts are offered, regardless of any particular ability. And then, as quickly as the fever had hit, the hunger moves on to someone else. Twenty-two-year-old John ...
Feb 17, 1977
Scientology combats federal opposition — Farmington Observer
Feb 16, 1977
Church of Scientology sues for $750,000,000 — Riverside Times (California)
Feb 10, 1977
Scientology buys Cedars complex — Hollywood Independent
Feb 7, 1977
Human-rights group fights shock therapy — Colorado Springs Sun
Feb 4, 1977
The ECT controversy – Part II — Psychiatric News
Jan 22, 1977
Churches study Brown proposal — Palo Alto Times
Jan 2, 1977
Smyrna drug program draws on teachings of Scientology / Drug project suspected as mask for cult — Sunday News Journal (Wilmington, Delaware)
Dec 22, 1976
Film show for patients — The Heidelberger (Australia)
Dec 18, 1976
Some cults may aid blacks — Detroit News
Dec 8, 1976
Scientologists lay libel suits against author — Winnipeg Free Press
Dec 7, 1976
Libel Settlement Reached With Scientology Church — Los Angeles Times (California)
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