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6 matching items found between Jan 1955 and Dec 1959. Furthermore, there are 273 matching items for all time not shown.
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Dec 18, 1959
Dr Hubbard seen by TV millions — Garden News
Aug 16, 1959
His tomatoes keep on growing – to 16 feet — East Grinstead Courier (UK)
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Source: East Grinstead Courier (UK)
EXPERIMENTS being conducted by a nuclear scientist at Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead could have far-reaching effects on agriculture. Some of his tomato plants are growing from ten to 16 feet high! One most interesting discovery of Dr. Ron Hubbard is a method of curring and preventing mildew in greenhouse. Dr. Hubbard, who works in greenhouses fitted as laboratories, told this week that market gardeners had lost thousands of pounds through mildew. "An infra-red ray lamp inserted in the greenhouse is ...
Jun 28, 1955
$9,000 suit settled here — Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
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Source: Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
The $9,000 damage suit against L. Ron Hubbard, the Church of Scientology, and others was settled yesterday out of court. Terms of the settlement were not disclosed. The suit was filed May [?] by Mrs. Estrid Anderson Humphrey, former Paradise Valley resident, through her attorney, George Botsford of Scottsdale. The suit filed by Mrs. Anderson, who now resides in Abilene, Tex. She alleged that her Paradise Valley house and property were extensively damaged by "persons with seriously deranged minds" who were ...
Jun 28, 1955
Scientology suit settlement made — Gazette (Phoenix, AZ)
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Source: Gazette (Phoenix, AZ)
A settlement in the $9,000 suit filed against L. Ron Hubbard Sr., the Church of Scientology, and others over asserted damage to a Paradise Valley home was made out of court. Mrs. Estrid Anderson Humphrey, formerly of Paradise Valley and now of Abilene, Tex., brought the action through her attorney, George W. Botsford of Scottsdale. She claimed her house and property were damaged by persons with assertedly deranged minds who allegedly were placed there for treatment. The settlement terms were not ...
May 17, 1955
House owner sues church — Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
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A $9,000 DAMAGE suit was brought yesterday in superior court here against L. Ron Hubbard, the Church of Scientology, and others. Mrs. Estrid Anderson Humphrey, formerly of Paradise Valley and now in Abilene, Tex., brought the suit through her attorney, George Botsford of Scottsdale. THE SUIT contends that Mrs. Humphrey's Paradise Valley house was extensively damaged by "persons" the suit charged "with seriously" deranged minds" who were placed there for care and treatment. It charges these deranged persons broke windows, tore ...
May 17, 1955
Woman sues over damage to property — Gazette (Phoenix, AZ)
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Source: Gazette (Phoenix, AZ)
The Church of Scientology and others are named defendants in a $9,000 suit filed in superior court over asserted damage to a Paradise Valley home. George Botsford, Scottsdale attorney, brought the action for Mrs. Estrid Anderson Humphrey, formerly of Paradise Valley and now of Abilene, Tex. Other defendants include the Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation, Hubbard Association of Scientologists International, and L. Ron Hubbard Sr. BOTSFORD CLAIMS Mrs. Humphrey's Paradise ValIey house and property were extensively damaged by one or more persons ...
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