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Aug 27, 2008 Man plans to build Scientology church in Bucks County — FOX News (Philadelphia)
Jan 1, 2002 Clear Expansion Committee Directory 2002 — Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization (CSFSO)
Mar 30, 1997 The true story of a false prophet — Mail on Sunday (UK)
Jun 29, 1991 Scientology? No way, send me $200,000 — Arizona Republic More: link
Kim Sue Lia Perkes
Look, all you have to do is pull out your checkbook and write a check for $200,000. Oh, and make it out to me. No strings attached. That should give you the inner peace you have been searching for. In return for your donation, you'll receive absolutely nothing, and I'll never ask you for a donation again. True, if you do this, I will lose my job. However, if only five of you send the money, I'll be able to retire. ...
Oct 20, 1990 Scientologists claim harassment by IRS — Mesa Tribune More: link
Saying the Internal Revenue Service harasses and discriminates against their members, Arizona followers of the Church of Scientology have gotten four of the state's congressmen and Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., to look into their allegations against the IRS. Scientologists have long waged a bitter battle with the IRS, which has challenged members' tax returns, saying they cannot claim charitable deductions on some money they pay for church-sponsored courses, materials and other costs associated with the 35-year-old organization founded by L Ron ...
Nov 8, 1987 Rhodesian takeover bid [excerpt from "Bare-Faced Messiah: The True Story of L. Ron Hubbard"] — The Sunday Times (UK) More: link
The Sunday Times (UK)
ON April 7, 1966, the CIA headquarters in the United States received a cable from an agent in Rhodesia: "Request traces of L Ron Hubbard, US citizen recently arrived." The reply confirmed that headquarters files contained no derogatory information about the subject, but a memo was attached giving excerpts from press reports. It concluded: "Individuals who have been connected with the organisations headed by Hubbard or who have had contact with him and the organisations, have indicated that Hubbard is a ...
Jan 1, 1970 Scientology: the Now Religion - Chapter 4: Scientology — Delacorte Press
Jul 15, 1966 Financier must qui Rhodesia — Rhodesia Herald More: link
Mr. L. RON HUBBARD, the American financier who was recently involved in the purchase of the Bumi Hills Hotel and in number of other big business deals in Rhodesia, has been refused permission to stay in the country and has until next Monday to leave. The founder of the controversial scientology movement, has been told by the Ministry of Immigration that his temporary alien's residence permit will not be renewed, a spokesman for Mr. Hubbard said last night. The spokesman said ...
May 22, 1966 Millionaire in Bumi Hills hotel deal [article incomplete] — Sunday Mail Reporter (Rhodesia) More: link
Sunday Mail Reporter (Rhodesia)
AMERICAN millionaire financier L. Ron Hubbard, the man who [?] the controversial scientology movement, has moved into Rodhesia, has settled in a luxurious house in Salisbury and last week he [?] through his first business deal in this country. With two local business men, Mr. Aubrey Davies, a garage owner, and Mr. John Plagis, a property owner, he bought the Bumi Hills Hotel at Kariba by private treaty. A week earlier the highest bid for the hotel at an auction sale ...
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