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Jan 5, 1984
Ex-Scientologist goes on hunger strike — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Jan 30, 1983
City, Scientologists fighting new battle in 7-year-old war / Scientologists cite changes; city officials skeptical — Miami Herald
Sep 5, 1980
Sign-waiving Scientology foe courts arrest during demonstration — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Sep 4, 1980
Scientologists get 'stay away' message from Tarpon Springs — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Gary McElroy, Craig Roberton
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
CLEARWATER — The Tarpon Springs Chamber of Commerce and Scientology critic Alex Cornell have taken separate shots at the Church of Scientology — with differing results. On Tuesday, the Tarpon Chamber board pared a resolution asking the church to kindly stay out of its city. On Wednesday, Cornell continued to urge motorists passing the church-owned Fort Harrison Hotel, 201 S Fort Harrison Ave., to show their displeasure with Scientology by honking their horns. The Chamber resolution was greeted with airy indifference ...
Jun 1, 1980
60 Minutes: The Clearwater conspiracy — CBS News
Apr 19, 1980
Scientologist Wolfe questioned by state attorney — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Craig Roberton
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
CLEARWATER — Facing possible contempt charges, Church of Scientology spokesman Milton Wolfe and a colleague submitted Friday to questioning by Pinellas-Pasco State Attorney James T. Russell's office. Wolfe and Ted Froyland, an officer of the church's Ministry of Legal Affairs, were jailed briefly Thursday afternoon for refusing to respond to subpoenas issued by Circuit Judge David Patterson. Russell said he wanted to question the two about a complaint they lodged against Clearwater City Commissioner Richard Tenney and in connection with a ...
Apr 18, 1980
Scientologists take on Reader's Digest — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Craig Roberton
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
The Church of Scientology is apparently pulling out all the stops in a worldwide effort to block publication of a forthcoming Reader's Digest article critical of the church. Fearful that such an article in an 18-million circulation magazine would be damaging to Scientology, church officials have: * Instituted legal action against Reader's Digest in South Africa and reportedly in West Germany in an effort to block distribution of the may issue in those countries. * Threatened to sue Reader's Digest offices ...
Dec 15, 1979
Scientologists agree to pay some back taxes — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Dec 15, 1979
Scientology foes rally today — Clearwater Times (Florida)
Dec 13, 1979
Anti-Scientologists start lawsuit fund — Clearwater Times (Florida)
Nov 20, 1979
Scientologists gather to protest at newspaper — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Nov 4, 1979
Years with sect span tax battles, infiltrations and acquisitions [incomplete] — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
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Type: Press
Source: Clearwater Sun (Florida)
The following is a chronology of local events from the Scientologists 1975 purchase of the former Fort Harrison hotel to last week's release of church documents by a federal judge in Washington, D.C. 1975 Oct. 27 — Fort Harrison officials acknowledge sale of the hotel, saying the Jack Tar chain will cease operations on Nov. 30. The buyer is Southern Land Development and Leasing Corp. Nov. 5 — Citizens learn Southern Land has agreed to buy another downtown landmark, the old ...
Apr 6, 1978
Members of 3 churches parade to protest remarks by Timbrell — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Type: Press
Source: Globe and Mail (Canada)
Toronto ON — Members of Hare Krishna, Unification Church and the Church of Scientology paraded outside Queen's Park yesterday to protest against what they call a witchhunt by the Ontario Government. About 80 protesters carried placards saying, Don't Kill My Religion and Investigate Abuses Not Churches. They were objecting to remarks made March 2 in the Legislature by Health Minister Dennis Timbrell, who said his ministry was considering legislation to impose control over such groups. Mr. Timbrell said that one of ...
Jul 30, 1977
Scientologists protest ruling [exact date unknown]
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Type: Press
Ruled against by the Supreme Court, thousands of local members of the Church of Scientology took to the streets in protest and confronted agents of the federal government in an attempt to "educate the public" about alleged harassment of the church. Last week's events were triggered by the Supreme Court's decision to uphold a Washington, D.C. appellate court decision that the search warrant used by the FBI in last July's raids on Washington and Hollywood church offices was valid. The court's ...
Sep 12, 1976
Despite suspicions, Scientology flourishes / 'We are the wave of the future,' Church's lifetime Guardian tells convention — Los Angeles Times (California)
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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
Apr 11, 1972
Protest for scientology — The Australian
Type: Press
Source: The Australian
SCIENTOLOGISTS are to picket Parliament House in Melbourne indefinitely from tonight to draw attention to a seven-year-old restriction on scientology in Victoria. A spokesman said picketing would continue on sitting nights until the law was repealed.
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
Nov 21, 1969
Mental health quackery / Scientologists stage protest — Washington Daily News
Nov 19, 1969
Marching against psychiatry — Detroit Free Press
Aug 11, 1969
They'll break and set up the pickets — The Age (Australia)
Type: Press
Source: The Age (Australia)
Victoria's scientologists plan to break the law soon when they hold a meeting at which scientology will be taught. Yesterday the president of the Church of Scientology of California in Victoria (Mr. Ian K. Tampion) said members would continue to press for the repeal of the Psychological Practices Act. About 70 people attended a fellowship day held by the Church in Dickens Street, Elwood. Mr. Tampion told the meeting that he had postponed committing an offence against the act. He had ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
Aug 3, 1969
Religion or business? // Practices of Scientology being investigated again — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Type: Press
Author(s): John Dart
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
RELIGION OR BUSINESS? Practices of Scientology Being Investigated Again By John Dart Times Religion Writer [Picture / Caption: YOUNG INITIATES — The Rev. Robert Bobo talks with two children who are taking Scientology courses. The photo on the wall is of the founder of the worldwide group, L. Ron Hubbard.] The mimeographed notice looked more like a secret police communique than a church message. It informed "those concerned" that a certain 20-year-old girl "is hereby declared a Suppressive Person and assigned ...
Jul 30, 1969
New York ignores protest against 'Hitler in Australia' — The Australian
Type: Press
Author(s): Fred Knight
Source: The Australian
About 80 demonstrators picketed the Australian consulate office in New York today carrying signs reading: "Hitler lives in Australia," and "Australia has crimes against God." The demonstration, against the banning of Scientology in Victoria, Western Australia and South Australia, was peaceful. New Yorkers paid scant attention to the placard-bearers, who marched in a circle outside the building for two hours. The banner signs were puzzling: "Repeal Australia's anti-religion laws," "God? No," and "Australia, The British Alcatraz." But perhaps the most puzzling ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
Jul 28, 1969
Bolte home to protest — The Herald (Australia)
Type: Press
Source: 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 ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
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