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Reference materials Narconon Exposed: Drug rehab or Scientology front? Protecting the Vulnerable from Narconon/ScientologyNarCONon is Scientology!
6 matching items found between Jan 1971 and Dec 1971. Furthermore, there are 443 matching items for all time not shown.
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Dec 18, 1971
Anti-addiction centre seeking help in Ottawa — Ottawa Citizen
Nov 14, 1971
Dianetics and drugs: a "cure" in weeks for $3,000 — Chicago Tribune
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. [...]
Sep 29, 1971
Scientology--Spiritual healing of mental ills — The Day (New London, Connecticut)
Aug 28, 1971
Miami Scientologists seek drug programs in prisons — Miami News
Type: Press
Author(s): Bob Wilcox
Source: Miami News
Representatives of the Miami Scientology Church, aderents of a controversial but growing religion, are to meet with state drug abuse officials soon. They want to put a Scientology rehabilitation program into the state's prisons. The subject of much criticism since its founding in the 1950s, the church has recently gained official status as a religion from the courts, and along with it permission to use a crude lie-detector device in its psychiatric counseling. Counseling is at the heart of Scientology. Scientologists ...
Jun 2, 1971
Scientology ministers visit FDA over case — The News American (Maryland)
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Type: Press
Source: The News American (Maryland)
The head of the Baltimore office of the federal Food and Drug Administration has been visited by a group of ministers and parishioners from the Church of Scientology in connection with a U. S. District Court case being pressed by the FDA against the religious body. The eight-year-old case, which is slated to go to court Monday, June 7, in Washington, stems from a raid on a Scientology church In the nation's capital in January, 1963, by a group of FDA-deputized ...
Apr 8, 1971
Scientology and it's application [sic] — Mercer Island Reporter (Washington)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Sue Daum
Source: Mercer Island Reporter (Washington)
The discovery of Dianetics and Scientology has provided a technology which has been successfully used by educators, doctors, artists and athletes. The most recent application of this technology is in the field of drug abuse. Narconon, the first drug rehabilitation program using Scientology technology, is the only program of its kind being used in penal institutions. A continual problem facing prison officials is the consistent return to prison of the drug offender, almost immediately following his discharge from prison. Narconon boasts ...
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