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Sep 21, 1968
Scientologists issue writ — The Times (UK)
More: link
Type: Press
Source: The Times (UK)
The scientologists have issued a writ against a senior Sussex police officer and another against Mr. Peter Hordern, M.P. for Horsham. Mr. David Gaiman, aged 35, chief spokesman at the scientologists' international headquarters at East Grinstead, Sussex, said today: "The writs have been issued but not yet served. "One, is against Chief-inspector Robert Marshall, of the East Grinstead police division, for unlawful imprisonment of Evert Doeve, aged 42, a Dutch citizen. Mr. Doeve, a minister in the Church of Scientology, spent ...
Sep 12, 1968
Britain's Scientologists too busy to hold sex orgies — Enid News and Eagle (Oklahoma)
Sep 11, 1968
'Largest Mental Health Institution' Becomes Storm Center in Britain — Iowa City Press-Citizen
Type: Press
Author(s): David Lancashire
Source: Iowa City Press-Citizen
Health Minister Kenneth Robinson last month denounced Scientology as "socially harmful ... a potential menace," and moved to keep foreigners from coming to Britain as students enrolled at the College of Scientology here.
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 5, 1968
Suicide verdict on South African — The Times (UK)
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Type: Press
Source: The Times (UK)
A verdict of suicide was recorded at an East Grinstead inquest today on a South African, Johannes Hermanus Scheepers, aged 29, described on his alien registration card as a student of scientology. Mr. Scheepers was said to have been staying at the home of Mr. David Gaiman, Harwood House South, Harwoods Lane, a mile from the scientologists' international headquarters at Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead. Mr. Gaiman, aged 35, a senior executive of the cult, denied on oath that the dead ...
Aug 19, 1968
Scientologists hear Hubbard — The Times (UK)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Tim Jones
Source: The Times (UK)
The stage at the international scientology congress was bare but for flowers and a bust of Mr. L. Ron Hubbard, the founder, which stood like some Roman God in the corner. His jowled features were spotlit and from hidden amplifiers his tape-recorded voice addressed the people who packed the hall. Yesterday was the second day of the congress which was held at Croydon, Surrey. As the founder of the movement spoke of truth, understanding and power, there were occasional gasps of ...
Aug 13, 1968
Head bars son of cult man — The Times (UK)
Type: Press
Source: The Times (UK)
A headmaster has refused the son of a scientologist entry to a preparatory school until, he says, the cult "clears its name". The boy, Neil Gaiman, aged 7, was to have started at Fonthill School, East Grinstead, Sussex, at the beginning of next term, but the headmaster, Mr. Michael Carter, has told the boy's parents that he cannot offer him a place. Mr. David Gaiman, the father, aged 35, former South Coast businessman, has become in recent weeks a prominent spokesman ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Aug 2, 1968
'Finished my work,' says Scientology founder — The Scotsman (UK)
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Type: Press
Source: The Scotsman (UK)
Mr Ron Hubbard (57), American founder of the Scientology movement, sent a Telex message to the cult's world headquarters in East Grinstead, Sussex, yesterday saying: "I finished my work. Now it is up to others." This was stated by Mrs David Gaiman, wife of the movement's chief spokesman. She said the message — which did not mention the current controversy over the cult — gave no clue to Mr Hubbard's whereabouts. It read: "I retired from Scientology directorships over two years ...
Aug 2, 1968
Cult founder says he has finished — The Times (UK)
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Type: Press
Source: The Times (UK)
Mr. Lafayette Ron Hubbard, aged 57, American founder of the scientology movement, sent a telex message yesterday to the cult's headquarters at East Grinstead, Sussex, saying: "I finished my work. Now it is up to others." Mrs. David Gaiman, wife of the movement's chief spokesman, said the message gave no clue to Mr. Hubbard's whereabouts. It read: — "I retired from directorship in scientology organization two or more years ago to explore and study the decline of ancient civilizations and so ...
Aug 2, 1968
I'm not your leader // Hubbard tells scientologists — Daily Record (Scotland, UK)
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Type: Press
Source: Daily Record (Scotland, UK)
The founder of Scientology, Lafayette Ron Hubbard, announced yesterday that he is no longer leader of the movement. The 57-year-old American said this in a cable to the cult's headquarters in East Grinstead, Sussex. He sent it from his 3300 ton yacht Royal Scotman which "is somewhere at sea." The message stated that Hubbard had not been the leader since he "retired from Scientology directorships" two years ago. Earlier this week staff at the Scottish H.Q. in Edinburgh seemed to think ...
Aug 2, 1968
Scientology founder rebukes Britain as a 'police State' — The Guardian (UK)
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Type: Press
Source: The Guardian (UK)
Mr Lafayette Ronald Hubbard, American founder of the scientology movement, sent a message to the movement's East Grinstead headquarters yesterday saying: "I have finished my work. Now it is up to others." He founded the movement in the early 1950s. The movement, which was called "socially harmful" by the Minister of Health in the House of Commons, has been described by one scientologist as "an applied religious philosophy, designed to increase the individual's ability within his community." View of world The ...
Aug 1, 1968
50 Scientologists told to leave Britain — Daily Telegraph (UK)
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Type: Press
Source: Daily Telegraph (UK)
MORE than 50 Scientology students were yesterday ordered to leave Britain by immigration officials after arriving on three flights from America. Many had arrived at Heathrow Airport late on Tuesday night. They were booked into local hotels and guarded by security men until flight departure times yesterday. A Home Office spokesman said last night that all 74 Scientology students who had arrived in Britain on Tuesday had been refused entry. Although most were provided with overnight accommodation, 23 had been sent ...
Aug 1, 1968
Britain curbs activities of cult of Scientologists // Refuses to admit Americans known to be followers of the semireligious group — New York Times
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Type: Press
Author(s): Anthony Lewis
Source: New York Times
LONDON, July 31—On successive days this week groups of Americans arriving in Britain have been turned back because they are followers of a semi-religious cult known as scientology. The ban on scientologists, as they call themselves, was imposed by the British Government after a study. The Minister of Health, Kenneth Robinson, said in the House of Commons that he was satisfied that "scientology is socially harmful." "Its authoritarian principles and practices are a potential menace to the personality and well-being of ...
Aug 1, 1968
British bar Scientology 'students' // 'Socially harmful,' authorities claim — New York Times
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Type: Press
Author(s): Anthony Lewis
Source: New York Times
LONDON — On successive days this weeks groups of Americans headed for Britain have been turned back because they are followers of a semi-religious cult known as "Scientology." The Bar on Scientologists, as they call themselves, was imposed by the British government after a study. The Minister of Health, Kenneth Robinson, told the House of Commons he was satisfied that "scientology is socially harmful." He said: "Its authoritarian principles and practices are a potential menace to the personality and well-being of ...
Aug 1, 1968
Cult's demand for public inquiry — The Scotsman (UK)
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Type: Press
Source: The Scotsman (UK)
Demands for a public inquiry into the conduct of Mr Kenneth Robinson, Minister of Health, and the action of the Home Office and Scotland Yard, were made yesterday by the Scientology headquarters at East Grinstead, Sussex. The demand came as more cult students, newly arrived from America, were being flown out of Britain after being ordered to leave. The chief spokesman for the Scientologists, Mr David Gaiman, said: "I want a public inquiry or a Royal Commission to investigate the propriety ...
Jul 31, 1968
Scientologists to issue writs // Reports 'unfair' — The Scotsman (UK)
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Type: Press
Source: The Scotsman (UK)
A Scientologists' spokesman said yesterday that they planned to issue writs for alleged libel and appeal to the European Council on Human Rights. Mr David Griman, speaking from the Scientology World Headquarters at East Grinstead, Sussex, said the writs would be served to parties who, he claimed, had reported their activities unfairly and with gross inaccuracy. Seven Americans, including five children, who landed at Heathrow Airport, London, yesterday were sent back to New York. They said they were to attend a ...
Jul 31, 1968
Scientology suspects barred — The Times (UK)
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Type: Press
Source: The Times (UK)
Seven Americans, a husband, his wife and their five children, were sent back to the United States from Heathrow yesterday five hours after arriving from New York. They had told immigration officials that they had come to London to attend a music festival, but their tickets were said to have been made out in the same way as those of scientology students and to have been paid for from the same source. The man, who described himself as a musician and ...
Jun 15, 1968
[Report on Scientology] [exact date unknown] — CBC News
Type: TV
Source: CBC News
["Here's an amazing clip from the late 1960's addressing the growing concern around scientology."]
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