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Nov 23, 1973 'Freedom' proves popular; national tour announced — Chronicle (Washington)
Nov 9, 1973 Scientoligists aim to change act — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Jul 7, 1973 'The snake pit' and '1984'... Here and now? — Seattle Post-Intelligencer More: link
"The weird, offbeat types of religious sects are getting far too much attention," a Lutheran minister bemoaned. "Sensational-type groups don't deserve the publicity," a Methodist added. And their outcry is common, even though much of the publicity might be harsh and critical. Such as this column's reporting of the Church of Scientology's local protest activities in 1971 against the federal offices here of the Food and Drug Administration. Cited were angry, shouting youths, including girls, dressed in clerics. But since then, ...
Jun 6, 1973 Church of Scientology to pay libel damages to former Minister — The Times (UK)
The Times (UK)
Church of Scientology of California and Others
Before Mr Justice Ackner
Mr Kenneth Robinson
, former Minister of Health, is to receive a substantial sum from the Church of Scientology of California as damages for libel in respect of statements published in various of its broadsheets. He sued the church;
Mr Lafayette Ronald Hubbard
, its founder; and Mr Peter Ginever, editor of the broadsheets. Mr F. P. Neill, QC. and Mr Michael Curwen for Mr Robinson; Mr James ...
Apr 28, 1973 Religion on the march // Scientology's new reverence — Nation Review (Australia)
Nation Review (Australia)
ONE OF the federal Labor government's many decisions in the past four months — recognition of scientology as a religion — has passed with little, if any, coverage by the Australian press. However, the move has been more than popular with the nation's 3000 active scientologists and has received rave reviews in the movement's press, both here and overseas. The government's proclamation, gazetted on february 15, recognised as celebrants of marriage fiftyfive religious bodies, including the Church of the New Faith ...
Mar 15, 1973 Scientologists plan newspaper — The Australian
THE Scientology movement is to publish the first issue of its own newspaper, Freedom, in Australia this month. The international editor of Freedom, Mr Peter Ginever, who is in Perth for the launching of the paper, said yesterday the decision to publish in Australia was made after the Federal Government's recent recognition of scientology.
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