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16 matching items found between Jan 1970 and Dec 1974. Furthermore, there are 222 matching items for all time not shown.
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Mar 6, 1974
The reclusive founder of Scientology [second of a series] — St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Missouri)
Type: Press
Author(s): James E. Adams, Elaine Viets
Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Missouri)
"Writing for a penny a word is ridiculous. If a man really wanted to make a million dollars, the best way to do it would be to start his own religion." - L. Ron Hubbard Founder of the Church of Scientology Lafayette Ronald Hubbard tossed off this remark at a lecture in Newark N.J., in 1949. At the time Hubbard was 38 years old, a prolific science fiction writer advising science fiction buffs on the tricks of his trade. The audience ...
May 6, 1973
Scientologists making impact on West Side // Church largest and fastest growing of its kind in the area — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Type: Press
Author(s): John H. Hall
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
Despite a 10-year running battle with the Food and Drug Administration and the American Medical Assn., Scientology appears to have finally arrived on the West Side. Aided by a 1971 federal district court decision, the Church of Scientology is not only a recognized religious science but the largest and fastest-growing pandenominational church in this area. And the greatest concentration of its members may well be here. There are 75,000 Scientologists in Los Angeles, according to the Rev. Glenn A. Malkin, executive ...
Jan 20, 1973
Scientology comeback under new name — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Aug 25, 1972
Scientology makes a comeback // Labor leaders pledge action to give the cult legal recognition — The Australian
Type: Press
Source: The Australian
TWO A.L.P. leaders yesterday came out in support of the Scientology Church of the New Faith. The party's Senate Leader, Senator Lionel Murphy, committed a Labor Government would recognise the church and South Australia announced it would repeal its ban on the church. Senator Murphy said a Labor Government would recognise he church in exactly the same way as any other religion. Under the Constitution, all religions were entitled to equal treatment. The Australian vice-president of the church, the Reverend T. ...
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Nov 14, 1971
Dianetics and drugs: a "cure" in weeks for $3,000 — Chicago Tribune
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Type: Press
Source: Chicago Tribune
On March 7, 1971, a benefit concert to aid the National Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Program was held at the Happy Medium. The program was presented by Dinah Christie and members of the cast of the revue appearing at the theater. Publicity releases were sent out plugging the concert and at least one newspaper columnist mentioned both the performance and the charity it was supporting. [...]
Jan 1, 1971
The Scandal of Scientology - 01 From Dianetics to Scientology — Tower Publications, Inc.
Jan 1, 1971
The Scandal of Scientology - 03 Life and Sex in the Womb — Tower Publications, Inc.
Jan 1, 1971
The Scandal of Scientology - 13 Children and Celebrities — Tower Publications, Inc.
Jan 1, 1971
The Scandal of Scientology - 14 Scientology -- Business or Religion? — Tower Publications, Inc.
Dec 17, 1970
Scientology: The Now Religion! — Village Voice
Type: Press
Author(s): Donald M. Kaplan
Source: Village Voice
The true measures of the false prophet are an unrelenting certainty and a staggering income. The immediate impression of L. Ron Hubbard, the prophet of Scientology, which emerges from George Malko's "Scientology: The Now Religion," is of a windbag hustler. There is not a single question Hubbard cannot answer easily and definitively. This and the fact that Hubbard personally has been making something around $140,000 a week from Scientology (that is, as Malko tells is, week in and week out) I ...
Oct 1, 1970
Scientology can drive you out of your mind — Confidential (magazine)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Jane Nellis
Source: Confidential (magazine)
Salvation calls for a bit of human programming, computer mind-blowing and lots and lots of money. It all started with Ron. Not the L. Ron Hubbard who started Scientology back in 1950 when he wrote Dianetics, but a groovy young cat named Ron who wears those sharp amber glasses and green suede shoes. At least, I think his name is Ron. He's in charge of a mission of the Church of Scientology. That's what they call it, a mission. ...
Feb 1, 1970
Dear Editor // Sick in the head — Mechanix Illustrated
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Type: Press
Source: Mechanix Illustrated
[...] * Sick in the head. How right Frank Remington was in his article, Are You Really Sick? (November MI) even he probably doesn't know. The cause and cure of all psychosomatic ills was revealed in 1950 in the book, Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, by L. Ron Hubbard. Since that time the technology used to treat psychosomatic illness has been improved to the point that such illnesses can be resolved 100 per cent of the time by standard ...
Jan 22, 1970
Dianetics guarantees victory over drugs — Honolulu Advertiser
Jan 1, 1970
Scientology: the Now Religion - Chapter 2: "Ron" — Delacorte Press
Jan 1, 1970
Scientology: the Now Religion - Chapter 3: Enter Dianetics — Delacorte Press
Jan 1, 1970
Scientology: the Now Religion - Chapter 4: Scientology — Delacorte Press
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