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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Nov 23, 1972 Scientology Repeal Bill // Bid to stop debate fails — West Australian
The Legislative Assembly yesterday took more than an hour to decide that it had power to debate the Scientology Act Repeal Bill. It rejected by 20 votes to 19 a move by the Leader of the opposition, Sir Charles Court, to disagree with a ruling by the Speaker, Mr Norton. The Bill seeks to repeal the ban on scientology enacted by the Liberal-Country Party Government in 1968. Mr Norton ruled that the Bill was not subjudice because of a writ by ...
Nov 16, 1972 Scientology — West Australian
Nov 15, 1972 Bill to legalise scientology — West Australian
Nov 11, 1972 Minister warns on cult inquiry — West Australian
Nov 4, 1972 'New Faith' bid to see Ellis fails — West Australian
Nov 3, 1972 Do not lift scientology ban, says Dr Ellis — The West Australian
Jun 9, 1972 The Kotzé Report (South Africa)
Dec 23, 1971 QC criticizes ban on entry of foreign members but urges legislation on psychotherapy — The Times (UK)
Dec 1, 1971 Enquiry into the practice and effects of Scientology — Her Majesty's Stationery Office
Nov 14, 1971 Dianetics and drugs: a "cure" in weeks for $3,000 — Chicago Tribune More: pqasb.pqarchiver.com
On March 7, 1971, a benefit concert to aid the National Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Program was held at the Happy Medium. The program was presented by Dinah Christie and members of the cast of the revue appearing at the theater. Publicity releases were sent out plugging the concert and at least one newspaper columnist mentioned both the performance and the charity it was supporting. [...]
Sep 28, 1971 Judge is sued — The Canberra Times (Australia)
Oct 10, 1970 Those Mind Benders Called Scientologists — The Mercury (Australia)
Sep 12, 1970 IT LIVES ON AT BALACLAVA — The Herald (Australia)
Aug 1, 1970 L. Ron Hubbard breaks silence // A reply to William Burroughs — Mayfair (magazine) More: link
L. Ron Hubbard
[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 ...
Jun 1, 1970 Mr. Burroughs, you're wrong about my husband — Mayfair (magazine) More: link
Mary Sue (Whipp) Hubbard
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 ...
Mar 1, 1970 I, William Burroughs, challenge you, L. Ron Hubbard — Mayfair (magazine) More: link
William S. Burroughs
'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 1, 1970 Scientology --- World's most dangerous religion? — CAD Magazine More: link
Last year reporter Alan Levy was hired by
Life magazine to enroll in the beginning course of Scientology, "the worId's fastest growing religion." Like Zen Buddhism and other Eastern belief systems, Scientology claims to free the mind, elevating the person to the status of a "superman," with fantastic mental powers, concentration, poise, humor, reflexes. In practice it more resembles a kind of "Flash Gordon" psycho-analysis than conventional religion. His reporter's objectivity became undermined; Levy found himself sucked deeper and deeper into ... Dec 4, 1969 Hubbard group's conviction quashed — The West Australian
The West Australian
A conviction against the Hubbard Association of Scientologists International Ltd. on a charge of practising scientology was quashed yesterday by the Full Court in Perth. Magistrate D. J. O'Dea had convicted and fined the association $200 in the Perth Court of Petty Sessions on April 11. It was alleged that between November 13, 1968, and January 28, 1969, the association practised scientology contrary to the Scientology Act, 1968. Mr Justice Burt said in a reserved decision that the association was registered ...
Oct 18, 1969 [Placeholder for a news article presumably from East Grinstead Observer, cited in "Scandal of Scientology", Chapter 10, note 14] — East Grinstead Observer
Aug 6, 1969 Scientology brings in legal chief on Vic. ban — The Age (Australia)
Jul 28, 1969 Bolte home to protest — The Herald (Australia)
The Herald (Australia)
A group of 20 scientologists demonstrated against the Premier, Sir Henry Bolte, at Essendon Airport today. Sir Henry and Lady Bolte arrived back in Melbourne after a 96-day world trip. The demonstrators held placards. Some said: "What's the next religion to be banned, Sir Henry?" The State Government has banned scientology. One of the demonstrators, Mr I. K. Tampion, wearing a clerical collar and a metal cross around his neck, said the demonstration was by the Church of Scientology of California ...
Jul 19, 1969 RYLAH ORDERS PROBE INTO SCIENTOLOGY — The Herald (Australia)
Jul 19, 1969 Scientology back again — The Age (Australia)
Feb 10, 1969 [Placeholder for a news article presumably from Sun, cited in "Scandal of Scientology", Chapter 10] — The Sun (UK)
Dec 1, 1968 Scientology Report — The Advertiser (Australia)
Nov 20, 1968 Scientology denied business permit by Arcadia council — Los Angeles Times (California)
Nov 14, 1968 Labor M.P.s Seek To Quit Committee — The Advertiser (Australia)
Nov 7, 1968 Called To Bar Of Council — The Advertiser (Australia)
Nov 5, 1968 Scientologists Will Defy New Ban Law — West Australian
Nov 3, 1968 Sect pulls out of inquiry into scientology — The Australian
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