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Oct 1, 1970
Scientology can drive you out of your mind — Confidential (magazine)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Jane Nellis
Source: Confidential (magazine)
Salvation calls for a bit of human programming, computer mind-blowing and lots and lots of money. It all started with Ron. Not the L. Ron Hubbard who started Scientology back in 1950 when he wrote Dianetics, but a groovy young cat named Ron who wears those sharp amber glasses and green suede shoes. At least, I think his name is Ron. He's in charge of a mission of the Church of Scientology. That's what they call it, a mission. ...
Oct 1, 1970
Scientology church files $6 million suit (exact date unknown)
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Type: Press
A $6 million libel and damage suit was filed in Federal court here yesterday by The Church of Scientology of California against Dell Publishing Company, Inc. The suit claims a recent Dell book, "Scientology, the Now Religion," was libelous and defamatory in calling Scientology a "con game" and "evil cloud" which "settles on a person." The suit by the church and its chief executive officer the Rev. Robert H. Thomas, asks $2 million general damages and $4 million punitive damages.
Sep 19, 1970
Scientology sailors - Girls in this man's navy — Press-Telegram
Sep 12, 1970
IT LIVES ON AT BALACLAVA — The Herald (Australia)
Aug 16, 1970
Guardian Order 160370 [Flag Order 2516] // Guardian's Office and Sea Org
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Type: Document
Author(s): L. Ron Hubbard
GUARDIAN ORDER GO 160370 - LRH All Gdn. personnel Also issued as Flag Order 2516 16 August, 1970 GUARDIAN'S OFFICE AND SEA ORG Efforts to promote Conflicts between the Guardian's Office and Sea Org will not be tolerated. A primary intelligence technique as used by the Japanese in their Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere was to carefully study the potential animosities of various groups in a target country and then trigger them off just before an attack. Internal dissent, whipped up ...
Aug 1, 1970
L. Ron Hubbard breaks silence // A reply to William Burroughs — Mayfair (magazine)
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Type: Press
Author(s): L. Ron Hubbard
Source: Mayfair (magazine)
[Picture / Caption: 'As a matter of policy, L. Ron Hubbard doesn't give interviews' — Scientology spokesman] WORLD EXCLUSIVE L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the five-million strong Scientology cult, speaks out for the first time ever in a British publication to defend his creed against world-famous author William Burroughs. Read it carefully — it is a revealing self-portrait of an extraordinary man Scientology is a people's activity, a grass roots movement, and such are usually frowned on by the Establishment The ...
Jul 16, 1970
Books of The Times: Scientology debunked — New York Times
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Jul 10, 1970
Press release // Psychiatrist receives Scientology Freedom Award — Church of Scientology of California (CSC)
Type: Press release
Author(s): Max Prudente
Source: Church of Scientology of California (CSC)
Blah blah blah psychiatry bad, scientology good blah blah blah
Jul 6, 1970
Scientologists' convention ends on cheer for Hubbard // [Hubbard: "Scientologists are in the upper tenth of the upper tenth of the world's population in intelligence"] — Press-Telegram
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Type: Press
Author(s): Noel Swann
Source: Press-Telegram
About 3,000 scientologists from across the nation wrapped up their three-day national convention in Long Beach Sunday with a rousing, two-minute standing salute to their "commodore and leader," L. Ron Hubbard. The group had just heard a tape recorded message from Hubbard, made in the Mediterranean aboard the 3,000-ton motor yacht, Apollo, from which he runs the oft-controversial religion. As his voice reverberated through the Long Beach Arena, spotlights played on a gigantic portrait of Hubbard, the onetime science fiction and ...
Jul 5, 1970
2 Scientologists blast organized psychiatry — Press-Telegram
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Type: Press
Author(s): Noel Swann
Source: Press-Telegram
Two Scientologists, one a psychiatrist the other a lawyer, unleashed a scathing attack on "institutional psychiatry" Saturday calling for an all-out war against "suppressive psychiatric abuse." Both men drew thunderous applause and standing ovations from some 3,000 Scientology followers when they made their tirades during the controversial group's three-day annual convention in the Long Beach Arena. AND THEIR exhortations were quickly transferred into action as scores of the L. Ron Hubbard disciples signed petitions after the talk demanding to know from ...
Jul 2, 1970
Scientology opens convention events — Westlake Post
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Type: Press
Source: Westlake Post
As thousands of U. S. and International Scientologists prepare to attend the "Grand National Convention" in Long Beach, July 3-5, Diana Hubbard, beautiful 18-year-old daughter of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, arrived in Los Angeles. Diana, accompanied by her brother, Quentin, flew in Wednesday from the Mediterranean area where they both serve on their father's personal staff. Highly trained in executive leadership and management, they hold key organization and technical positions and assist Hubbard in advanced research and development of Scientology ...
Jun 22, 1970
COMPLIANCE REPORT / RE: MANSON, BRUCE DAVIS [incomplete]
Jun 19, 1970
The A-R-C School — Arizona Living
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Type: Press
Source: Arizona Living
Joyce Houghton has lots of A-R-C (affinity, reality, communication). So does her school, the ARC School of Progressive Education in Phoenix. It's a happy working-and-recreation place. The visitor becomes aware of what must be a basic agreement between staff and students – that affinity, reality and communication equals understanding – of subjects, their application in daily living, of personal ability and goals. In talking with Joyce we learned the ARC School functions to allow students to use their own thinkingness and ...
Jun 1, 1970
Mr. Burroughs, you're wrong about my husband — Mayfair (magazine)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Mary Sue (Whipp) Hubbard
Source: Mayfair (magazine)
We are trying to bring into confrontation two of the world's most revolutionary minds. World-famous author William Burroughs, in a recent Mayfair article, stirred up the controversial cult of Scientology by directly accusing its enigmatic leader, L. Ron Hubbard, with hiding tremendous psycho-therapeutic discoveries behind a neo-fascist organisation. Hubbard himself hasn't replied, but for the first time ever in a British publication, his wife Mary Sue Hubbard has come to his defence. This statement came direct from the Hubbard's yacht ...
May 20, 1970
Former narcotics addicts find answers in philosophy — The Star
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Type: Press
Author(s): Helen Cornell
Source: The Star
At one time the slender young man was an expert at stealing food and cigarettes from grocery stores, including supermarkets on the Westside. He was cornpletely hooked on Heroin. His bigger, athletic-looking friend – they met later – was pushing enough LSD to support a $150 a month apartment. He managed to keep high on LSD, himself. Both had the clutch experience of ultimate, nerve shattering, being set up by "Narcs," successfully; they were arrested, in separate incidents, and sentenced to ...
May 20, 1970
Narconon to give awards — The Star
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Type: Press
Source: The Star
A former mayor and police commissioner, Scientology representatives, and former inmates will be participating in a special awards event at the Arizona State Prison on May 22. The event is sponsored by NARCONON, Scientology-based rehabilitation program, which is also active in California and Illinois. The awards will be presented to prison officials by NARCONON's nationwide supervisor, Arthur J.Maren. Recipients of the awards will be the Assistant Superintendent of Custody, Dale F. Brandfas, and John Russell, Construction Foreman, NARCONON's first sponsor. "The ...
May 19, 1970
Narcotic-rehabilitation efforts to be rewarded — Gazette (Phoenix, AZ)
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Type: Press
Source: Gazette (Phoenix, AZ)
Two Arizona State Prison officials will receive special awards Friday for their efforts with a narcotic-rehabilitation program at the prison. Dale F. Brandfas, assistant superintendent of custody, and John Russell, construction foreman, will receive awards from Arthur J. Maren, nationwide supervisor of Narconon. Narconon is a rehabilitative program for prisoners who are addicted to drugs, and is based on a body of philosophy known as scientology. The prison officials are receiving the awards for their contributions of "support, time and effort" ...
May 15, 1970
The Now generation — Arizona Living
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Type: Press
Author(s): Jr. Schlichting
Source: Arizona Living
The Now generation is to be commended and congratulated for its initiative in keeping pace with the tremendous strides, both materially and spiritually, which mankind has made in the past two decades. There is an evolution, a gradual evolving, taking place which is far better than the usually catastrophic revolution. A large majority (not the small minority who are creating the furor on our college campuses and protest marches of today) are leading the way in a search for a better ...
May 7, 1970
Church of Scientology begins 20th anniversary program — Wilshire Press
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Type: Press
Source: Wilshire Press
The Church of Scientology of California will launch the 20th anniversary of Dianetics at Celebrity Centre Organization, 1809 W. 8th St., from 10 a.m. until midnight Saturday, May 9. Arts and crafts workshops, ttape plays and entertainment and shows will be featured during the day and night. Guest entertainers include the Lamonte Johnson jazz trio, the Great American Entertainment Show, and concert pianist and virtuoso Mario Fenninger. This special all-day program marks the 20th birthday of the publication of "Dianetics: The ...
Apr 30, 1970
Scientology presents Narconon program — Wilshire Press
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Type: Press
Source: Wilshire Press
The Church of Scientology of California's "Narconon" presented "Clergymen and Educators Drug Abuse Conference," April 29, at the Los Angeles Hilton. "The conference presented current programs effective in alleviating drug problems. No program which employs drug or electric shock therapy was presented, as it has been discovered that groups which condone these techniques have only been pretending to be effective in drug rehabilitation," said Max Prudente, Scientology spokesman. Narconon, an addict rehabilitation program sponsored by the Church of Scientology of California ...
Apr 29, 1970
It's an escape but // Heroin's worse than any of the problems, former addict declares — The Star
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Type: Press
Author(s): Helen Cornell
Source: The Star
Is your child a doper? How can you tell? These questions were put to Dr. George Stavros, medical doctor working with CODAC, community organization formed to combat drug abuse, during a panel discussion at Starlight Park School last week. "The telltale signs are sometimes obvious, some-times subtle. But most of the time they will be there. The young people will do something, leave something. It's almost a plea to be discovered," Dr. Stavros told an audience of some 60 people. Drugs ...
Apr 29, 1970
Scientologists suing judges — The Age (Australia)
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Type: Press
Source: The Age (Australia)
Two Mebourne judges are being sued by the International Association of Scientologists over the 1964-65 inquiry into Scientology in Victoria. The scientologists claim that the board was biased against them and went beyond its proper terms of reference. A Supreme Court writ was lodged yesterday by the Hubbard Association of Scientologists International, c/o Manchester St. Hawthorn, against Kevin Victor Anderson, of Dorrington Ave., Glen Iris, and Gordon Just, of Corby St., North Balwyn. Mr. Justice Anderson is on the Bench of ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
Apr 28, 1970
Damages claim by Scientologists — The Canberra Times (Australia)
Type: Press
Source: The Canberra Times (Australia)
MELBOURNE, Tuesday. — A Supreme Court writ seeking damages from a Supreme Court judge and a County Court judge over the Victorian Scientology inquiry was taken out yesterday by the Hubbard Association of Scientologists International. The judges are Mr Justice Kevin Victor Anderson, who was appointed the board of inquiry into Scientology on November 27, 1963; and Judge Gordon Just, who was counsel assisting the board. Both were practising barristers at the time of their appointments. The writ, which embraces 157 ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
Apr 23, 1970
Drugs conference open to everyone — Westlake Post
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Type: Press
Source: Westlake Post
The "Clergymen and Educators Drug Abuse Conference," sponsored by the Church of Scientology of California, will feature drug abuse information on programs which are producing results in the alleviation of drug problems, officials announced. The conference will be held at the Los Angeles Hilton Hotel Sierra Room Wednesday, April 29, from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Church of Scientology announced that programs which condone the use of drug therapy, electric shock and other crude, psuedo-scientific techniques will not be included in ...
Apr 16, 1970
Clergy, teachers discuss drug abuse — Wilshire Press
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Type: Press
Source: Wilshire Press
Programs which produce results in the areas of drug abuse education and rehabilitation will be presented at the "Clerygmen and Educators Drug Abuse Conference" on April 29. The all-day conference will be held at the Los Angeles Hilton and is sponsored by the Church of Scientology of California. The purpose of the conference is to draw together clergymen, teachers, administrators and counselors from Los Angeles county to discover which programs in use are most practical and effective. Drug programs which are ...
Apr 2, 1970
Scientologist answers William Burroughs — Los Angeles Free Press
Mar 6, 1970
Burroughs on Scientology (Incomplete) — Los Angeles Free Press
Mar 1, 1970
I, William Burroughs, challenge you, L. Ron Hubbard — Mayfair (magazine)
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Type: Press
Author(s): William S. Burroughs
Source: Mayfair (magazine)
'You claim Scientology is the universal road to freedom. Well I've taken your course and I say: prove it to all of us. Come out country simple and prove it' In view of the fact that my articles and statements on Scientology may have influenced young people to associate themselves with the so-called Church of Scientology, I feel an obligation to make my present views on the subject quite clear. 'Some of the techniques are highly valuable and warrant further study ...
Feb 12, 1970
Tustin Scientology center attracts people of many faiths — The Register (Tustin)
Feb 5, 1970
Drug abuse Confab termed a success — Wilshire Press
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