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6 matching items found between Jan 1955 and Dec 1959. Furthermore, there is 1 matching item for all time not shown.
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Nov 16, 1955
Minister's trial reset here — Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
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Source: Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
Trial of Edd Clark, 56, a minister in the Church of American Science, yesterday was reset for Jan. 3 by Superior Judge Fred J. Hyder. Clark, who resides at 1811 N. First Ave., was scheduled to go on trial yesterday on a charge of practicing medicine without a license. Harry A. Stewart Jr., attorney for Clark, advised Judge Hyder he had been ill several weeks and had been unable to properly prepare his client's defense. Charles C. Stidham, chief deputy criminal ...
Sep 21, 1955
Clark trial set Nov. 16 — Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
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Edd Clark, 56, a minister in the Church of American Science, will go on trial Nov. 16 in superior court on a charge of practicing medicine without a license. Clark, 1811 N. First Ave., appeared yesterday before Superior Judge Fred L. Hyder and pleaded innocent to the charge. He was arrested early this month after a police woman and a secretary in the office of County Attorney William P. Mahoney Jr., charged they paid him $55 for treatment of non-existent ailments. ...
Sep 14, 1955
Defendant to contend interviews lawful — Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
Sep 4, 1955
Scientology practitioner // Phoenix man jailed on medicine charge — Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
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Source: Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
A practitioner of the Church of Scientology was jailed here yesterday on a charge of practicing medicine without a license. Edd Clark, 56, of 1811 N. First Ave., was named in a five-count complaint filed before Justice of the Peace Stanley Kimball. Clark was released after making $1,000 bond. County Attorney William P. Mahoney Jr. said Clark's arrest culminated a six-month investigation made by his office, city police, and sheriff's deputies. Clark, who claims to be nearly blind, readily admitted having ...
Jun 28, 1955
$9,000 suit settled here — Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
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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 ...
May 17, 1955
House owner sues church — Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
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Source: Republic (Phoenix, AZ)
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 ...
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