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7 matching items found between Jan 1971 and Jun 1971. Furthermore, there are 40 matching items for all time not shown.
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Jun 13, 1971
Scientology: To get free of 'negative memories' — New York Times
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Type: Press
Author(s): Edward B. Fiske
Source: New York Times
A young man and a middle-aged woman stared silently at each other across a long, narrow table in a room in a tan brick building in Washington, D.C., one day last week. A guide explained that they were engaged in an exercise known as "training rudiment zero" so as to make them "more able to confront another life source." At the end of the table another young man was busy making little clay models. He, too, was engaged in a spiritual ...
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 11, 1971
Scientology growing despite brushes with FDA — Albuquerque Journal
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 ...
Jun 4, 1971
Electrometer fight continues Monday — Washington Daily News
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Author(s): Juergen Haber
Source: Washington Daily News
The Electrometer is not much bigger than a breadbox but has been the object of an eight-year court battle — to be resumed Monday in U.S. District Court — between the Food and Drug Administration and the Church of Scientology. Eight years ago U.S. marshals raided the headquarters of the scientologists headquarters here, and the FDA charged that the device and it s accompanying literature made false claims of cures for everything from cancer to radiation burns from atomic explosions. ====NO ...
May 8, 1971
Has FDA bungled the Scientology church case? — The Evening Star
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Type: Press
Author(s): William F. Willoughby
Source: The Evening Star
It was more than eight years ago, here in Washington, on Jan. 4, 1963. that a group of Baltimore longshoremen who had been deputized by officials of the Federal Food and Drug Administration staged one of the most bizarre raids in American history. The contingent, escorted by motorcycle policemen, entered a church on 19th Street NW and the residences of its ministers and began grabbing the church's scriptures, confessional aids and documents, loading them into two waiting vans. Some of the ...
Apr 7, 1971
Scientology suit against British Embassy in US — The Times (UK)
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