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5 matching items found between Jan 1970 and Dec 1974. Furthermore, there are 206 matching items for all time not shown.
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May 11, 1973
Assembly passes Scientology bill — West Australian
Type: Press
Source: West Australian
A Bill to lift the ban on the scientology cult in W.A., completed its passage through the Legislative Assembly yesterday, despite Liberal Party opposition. Although the leader of the Opposition, Sir Charles Court, and several other Opposition members spoke against the Bill, they did not force a division on the second reading, committee and third reading stages. The bill will now go to the Legislative Council. Speaking during the second reading debate, Sir Charles said that the Liberal Party would allow ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
Nov 23, 1972
Scientology Repeal Bill // Bid to stop debate fails — West Australian
Type: Press
Source: West Australian
The Legislative Assembly yesterday took more than an hour to decide that it had power to debate the Scientology Act Repeal Bill. It rejected by 20 votes to 19 a move by the Leader of the opposition, Sir Charles Court, to disagree with a ruling by the Speaker, Mr Norton. The Bill seeks to repeal the ban on scientology enacted by the Liberal-Country Party Government in 1968. Mr Norton ruled that the Bill was not subjudice because of a writ by ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
Mar 1, 1972
Scientology wins in court — Fate Magazine
Type: Press
Author(s): Richard E. Saunders
Source: Fate Magazine
AFTER ALMOST 10 years of what only can be called harassment by the Food and Drug Administration the Founding Church of Scientology in Washington, D. C., has emerged from the courts victorious.
Jun 12, 1971
Unconventional modern religion hitting snags — Valley Morning Star (Texas)
Type: Press
Author(s): George W. Cornell
Source: Valley Morning Star (Texas)
NEW YORK (AP) — An unconventional, modern-made religion, the Church of Scientology, is going strong today, in followers, facilities and systematic financing. But it also is having to fight recurrent government interference for the right to pursue its methods. "The road has been rocky," says the Rev. Kenneth J. Whitman, of the organization's Los Angeles headquarters. "But we keep growing because we're helping people." Incorporated just 16 years ago, under direction of its founder the iconoclastic American scientist-thinker [[../scienos/hubbard1.html L. Ron ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jun 8, 1971
Scientologists and F.D.A. clash in court — New York Times
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Type: Press
Author(s): Edward B. Fiske
Source: New York Times
USE OF DEVICE CHALLENGED: The "E-meter," an electrical instrument similar to the lie detector, used by Scientologists, being demonstrated by group's head, the Rev. Robert H. Thomas. Food and Drug Administration case contends , group made false statements about "E-meter's" use. At right is Rev., Arthur. J. Maren, minister or sect. WASHINGTON, June 7—The eight-year legal battle between the Food and Drug Administration and the Church of Scientology moved into the Federal District Court here today with the Government arguing that ...
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