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5 matching items found between Jan 1965 and Dec 1969. Furthermore, there are 7 matching items for all time not shown.
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Aug 22, 1966
Minister is asked to investigate... The case of the processed woman — Daily Mail (UK)
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Source: Daily Mail (UK)
THE MINISTER of Health has been asked to order an inquiry into Scientology, the pseudo-psychological cult, following the mental breakdown of a woman "student." The woman, who has a ten-year history of mental illness, is now compulsorily detained in hospital under a 28-day order. Her psychiatric background was known to the "highly qualified" Scientologist who recruited her to the cult and gave her forms of psychological "processing." Scientology practitioners and their "qualifications" have no official medical or academic recognition. Among the ...
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Jul 15, 1966
Banned by Rhodesia — The Times (UK)
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Source: The Times (UK)
SALISBURY, July 14 — Mr. Lafayette Hubbard, founder of the scientology health cult, said today that the Rhodesian Government had ordered him to leave the country by July 18.—Reuter.
Jul 15, 1966
Financier must qui Rhodesia — Rhodesia Herald
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Source: Rhodesia Herald
Mr. L. RON HUBBARD, the American financier who was recently involved in the purchase of the Bumi Hills Hotel and in number of other big business deals in Rhodesia, has been refused permission to stay in the country and has until next Monday to leave. The founder of the controversial scientology movement, has been told by the Ministry of Immigration that his temporary alien's residence permit will not be renewed, a spokesman for Mr. Hubbard said last night. The spokesman said ...
Jul 14, 1966
U.S. financier is refused residence permit -- told to leave by next monday — Bulawayo Chronicle
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Source: Bulawayo Chronicle
MR. L. RON HUBBARD, the American financier recently involved in the purchase of the Bumi Hills Hotel and in a number of other big business deals in Rhodesia, has been refused permission to stay in the country and has until next Monday to leave. Mr. Hubbard, founder of the controversial Scientology movement, has been told by the Ministry of Immigration that his temporary alien's residence permit will not be renewed, according to a spokesman for Mr. Hubbard. ''The spokesman said the ...
May 22, 1966
Millionaire in Bumi Hills hotel deal [article incomplete] — Sunday Mail Reporter (Rhodesia)
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Source: Sunday Mail Reporter (Rhodesia)
AMERICAN millionaire financier L. Ron Hubbard, the man who [?] the controversial scientology movement, has moved into Rodhesia, has settled in a luxurious house in Salisbury and last week he [?] through his first business deal in this country. With two local business men, Mr. Aubrey Davies, a garage owner, and Mr. John Plagis, a property owner, he bought the Bumi Hills Hotel at Kariba by private treaty. A week earlier the highest bid for the hotel at an auction sale ...
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