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1 2 3 4 Dec 2, 1965 W.A. Man Applies For Scientology Weddings; States To Discuss Action — West Australian
CANBERRA, Wed. — The West Australian agent of the Hubbard Association of Scientologists International, Mr Ian K. Tampion, has applied for the Scientology Church in W.A. to be licensed to conduct marriages. The application to the Attorney-General's Department claims that the church has about 2,000 adherents in W.A. Mr Tampion has been told that his application is being considered. But Federal officials today said there was no chance of it being granted. The Federal government could hardly give official recognition to ...
Nov 9, 1965 Scientology to be outlawed in Victoria — Canberra Times (Australia)
Canberra Times (Australia)
MELBOURNE, Monday. — The Victorian State Cabinet approved today a Bill designed to outlaw Scientology in Victoria. Notice of the Bill will be given in the Legislative Assembly tomorrow and it will be explained fully on Wednesday. The Chief Secretary, Mr Rylah, said after the Cabinet meeting that the Bill followed generally the recommendations on Scientology by Mr K. Anderson, QC, who was set up as a board of inquiry to investigate Scientology. The Bill will be passed by Parliament before ...
Oct 31, 1965 State Government to act soon on scientology — Sunday Times (Australia)
Sunday Times (Australia)
The Minister for Health, Mr. MacKinnon, is expected to announce soon what action the State Government will take against scientology. Mr. MacKinnon said last night he might make a statement in the next week or so. Public health authorities in WA have almost completed a study of a Victorian report on scientology. The report was prepared by Mr. K. V. Anderson, QC, and tabled in the Victorian Parliament last month. Mr. Anderson denounced scientology and said it was evil, depraved and ...
Oct 23, 1965 Scientology begins NSW campaign — Canberra Times (Australia)
Oct 16, 1965 Ron's Scientologists — The Bulletin (Australia)
Oct 6, 1965 Report calls for ban on scientology — The Australian
Sep 28, 1965 Report of the Board of Enquiry into Scientology (aka Anderson Report)
Aug 5, 1964 Scientology wonderland — The Age (Australia) More: news.google.com
The Age (Australia)
"ALICE IN WONDERLAND" is a prescribed text book for use in a training drill for scientologists. Everyone is equipped with a hat, and then has to read sections of the book aloud to others. This was one of the most recent reports from Melbourne's longest-running and most bizarre story of the year—the State Government's board of inquiry into scientology. The inquiry is well on the way to breaking all records even for such an inquiry-conscious State. It has now sat on ...
Jun 3, 1964 "Utter ignorance" of physics in Scientology writings / Doctor tells inquiry — The Age (Australia) More: news.google.com
The Age (Australia)
A DOCTOR told the scientology inquiry yesterday that writings by scientology leader L. R. Hubbard showed "complete and utter ignorance of physics, medical science and medicine." He was Dr. Hendrik Ithos Sydney Van den Brenk, doctor in charge of the Radiological Research Laboratories at the Cancer institute Board, Melbourne. Dr. Van den Brenk said statements by Hubbard about cancer were "quackery of the worst nature." There was nothing to indicate that Hubbard was a person capable of developing a formula which ...
Mar 13, 1964 Mother complained of Scientology wage of £4 week — The Age (Australia)
Nov 28, 1963 Q.C. to inquire into Scientology; bill before council — The Age (Australia)
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