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Earliest ⇓ Nov 17, 1971 A dangerous precedent over scientology? // Nigel Lawson examines the use of arbitrary powers against members of the cult and asks why the Foster Report is still unpublished — The Times (UK) More: link
The Times (UK)
In reply to a written question in the of Commons a few days ago, the Secretary of State for Social Services, Sir Keith Joseph, declared that he would be making an announcement about the publication of the
Foster Report on Scientology
"soon". However soon "soon" may be, he has certainly taken time about it. For the report, which was commissioned by his predecessor, Mr Richard Crossman, in January, 1969, has now been in his hands for the best part of ...
Aug 28, 1971 Miami Scientologists seek drug programs in prisons — Miami News More: news.google.com
Representatives of the Miami Scientology Church, aderents of a controversial but growing religion, are to meet with state drug abuse officials soon. They want to put a Scientology rehabilitation program into the state's prisons. The subject of much criticism since its founding in the 1950s, the church has recently gained official status as a religion from the courts, and along with it permission to use a crude lie-detector device in its psychiatric counseling. Counseling is at the heart of Scientology. Scientologists ...
Jul 31, 1971 FDA seizure of e-meters is reversed — Washington Post More: link
Thomas W. Lippman
The U.S. Court of Appeals ruled yesterday that since the Scientology organization had made a case—uncontested by the Government—that it was a religion, a 1963 raid on its headquarters was illegal because it violated its constitutional rights. In a much-publicized raid on Jan. 4, 1963, agents from the Food and Drug Administration seized so-called "E-meters" and stacks of literature from the headquarters of the Founding Church of Scientology here. The FDA charged at the time that the Scientologists made false claims ...
May 31, 1971 The story behind Brodie's recovery — San Francisco Chronicle (California) More: link
San Francisco Chronicle (California)
A TV DOCUMENTARY of John Brodie, the 49er quarterback, was seen on Channel 7 the other night. Brodie came across as a pleasant family man, blessed with deep logic about his trade of professional football, and definitely a person with his feet on the ground. He made his daily golfing trips seem perfectly sound . . . after all, if one earns a substantial sum for subjecting one's blind side to onrushing linemen, it would be well to remain in condition. ...
May 8, 1971 Has FDA bungled the Scientology church case? — The Evening Star More: link
William F. Willoughby
The Evening Star
It was more than eight years ago, here in Washington, on Jan. 4, 1963. that a group of Baltimore longshoremen who had been deputized by officials of the Federal Food and Drug Administration staged one of the most bizarre raids in American history. The contingent, escorted by motorcycle policemen, entered a church on 19th Street NW and the residences of its ministers and began grabbing the church's scriptures, confessional aids and documents, loading them into two waiting vans. Some of the ...
Jan 18, 1971 Medicine's week — American Medical
Jan 1, 1971 The Scandal of Scientology - 02 The confessionals — Tower Publications, Inc.
Jan 1, 1971 The Scandal of Scientology - 07 The Sea Org — Tower Publications, Inc.
Jan 1, 1971 The Scandal of Scientology - 08 The British and Australian Orgs — Tower Publications, Inc.
Jan 1, 1971 The Scandal of Scientology - 09 Attacking the Attackers — Tower Publications, Inc.
Jan 1, 1971 The Scandal of Scientology - 11 The Sexual and Criminal Security Check — Tower Publications, Inc.
Jan 1, 1971 The Scandal of Scientology - 13 Children and Celebrities — Tower Publications, Inc.
Dec 22, 1970 Scientologists lose libel action against Tory MP and decide against an appeal — The Times (UK)
The Times (UK)
At the end of the longest libel action in recent legal history, Mr. Geoffrey Johnson Smith, M.P., was cleared yesterday by a High Court jury of libelling the Church of Scientology of California.
Oct 10, 1970 Ex-Scientologist tells of 'fear' atmosphere // McMaster accuses Hubbard of fostering spiritual tyranny within organization — Los Angeles Times (California) More: link, pqasb.pqarchiver.com
Los Angeles Times (California)
One year ago an articulate but soft-spoken man named John McMaster was extolling the virtues of Scientology and L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of the worldwide, quasi-scientific "religion." Appearing on television talk shows and giving lectures as Hubbard's personal representative, McMaster was eminently qualified. He was the first person to achieve Scientology's state of "clear," which purportedly gives a person full control a his mental processes. Now McMaster describes the Church of Scientology and other organizations run by Hubbard as engaging ...
Oct 10, 1970 Those Mind Benders Called Scientologists — The Mercury (Australia)
Jul 16, 1970 Books of The Times: Scientology debunked — New York Times More:
select.nytimes.com Jul 5, 1970 2 Scientologists blast organized psychiatry — Press-Telegram More: link
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 ...
May 20, 1970 Narconon to give awards — The Star More: link
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) More: link
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" ...
Apr 30, 1970 Scientology presents Narconon program — Wilshire Press More: link
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 ...
Jan 28, 1970 Narconon offers convicts new rehabilitation program — Pali Press (Hawaii)
Jan 22, 1970 Dianetics guarantees victory over drugs — Honolulu Advertiser
Jan 1, 1970 Scientology: the Now Religion - Chapter 3: Enter Dianetics — Delacorte Press
Jan 1, 1970 Scientology: the Now Religion - Chapter 4: Scientology — Delacorte Press
Jan 1, 1970 Scientology: the Now Religion - Chapter 5: The real truth — Delacorte Press
Jan 1, 1970 Scientology: the Now Religion - Chapter 6: Techniques, drills, and processes — Delacorte Press
Jan 1, 1970 Scientology: the Now Religion - Epilogue — Delacorte Press
Jan 1, 1970 Scientology: the Now Religion - Introduction — Delacorte Press
Dec 28, 1969 Scientology: New Light on Crowley — The Times (UK) More: link
The Times (UK)
ON 5 OCTOBER, 1969, Spectrum published an article
"The odd beginning of Ron Hubbard's Career"
. The Church of Scientology has sent us the following information. Hubbard broke up black magic in America:
Dr Jack Parsons
of Pasadena, California, was America's Number One solid fuel rocket expert. He was involved with the infamous English black magician Aleister Crowley who called himself "The Beast 666." Crowley ran an organisation called the
Order of Templars Orientalis
over the world which ...
Oct 5, 1969 Scientology: Revealed for the first time / The odd beginning of Ron Hubbard's career — The Sunday Times (UK) More:
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