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8 matching items found between Jan 1965 and Dec 1969. Furthermore, there is 1 matching item for all time not shown.
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Jul 19, 1969
RYLAH ORDERS PROBE INTO SCIENTOLOGY — The Herald (Australia)
Oct 7, 1968
We'll block Scientology church -- Dickie — Herald (Australia)
Mar 11, 1966
New Scientology probe sought — The Age (Australia)
Type: Press
Source: The Age (Australia)
The Chief Secretary (Mr. Rylah) has asked police to check on undercover Scientology operations in Victoria. This follows growing evidence of Scientology propaganda being posted in Melbourne and distributed to addresses in Victoria and elsewhere. In Brisbane on Wednesday a woman reported she had received a Scientology publication bearing a Russell Street porkmark. Victoria has already taken the matter up with the Postmaster-General's department to see if action can be taken to stop Scientology pamphlets being distributed through the mails. However, ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
Mar 10, 1966
Outlawed, but active — Courier Mail (Australia)
Type: Press
Source: Courier Mail (Australia)
A BRISBANE woman has received a Scientology publication by mail from Melbourne. It is post-marked "Russell Street." The Victorian Attorney-General (Mr. A. G. Rylah) said earlier this week Scientology literature was being mailed into Victoria from London. The movement was banned in Victoria last December. Mr. K. V. Anderson, Q.C., reported that it was a perverted and dangerous form of psychology. The copy of "Communication" mailed from Russell Street to the Brisbane woman this week is the January issue and is ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
Dec 23, 1965
"Burn seized scientology files" plea — Herald (Australia)
Dec 23, 1965
Hunt for hidden scientology files — The Australian
Dec 22, 1965
Scientology files to be examined — Herald (Australia)
Nov 9, 1965
Scientology to be outlawed in Victoria — Canberra Times (Australia)
Type: Press
Source: Canberra Times (Australia)
MELBOURNE, Monday. — The Victorian State Cabinet approved today a Bill designed to outlaw Scientology in Victoria. Notice of the Bill will be given in the Legislative Assembly tomorrow and it will be explained fully on Wednesday. The Chief Secretary, Mr Rylah, said after the Cabinet meeting that the Bill followed generally the recommendations on Scientology by Mr K. Anderson, QC, who was set up as a board of inquiry to investigate Scientology. The Bill will be passed by Parliament before ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
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