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5 matching items found between Jan 1977 and Jun 1977. Furthermore, there are 30 matching items for all time not shown.
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Jun 25, 1977
Sounding out Scientology — The Advertiser (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Stephen Foley
Source: The Advertiser (Australia)
Thirteen years after the Victorian Government banned Scientology - branding its founder Lafayette Ron Hubbard a "fraud" - the Church of Scientology is planning a special "commemoration." Melbourne has been chosen for the 1978 international conference on Scientology - the first held in Australia. Mr. David Gaiman, world spokesman for the movement, said the choice was "fitting." He said: "There's a certain dramatic licence in holding the conference in Melbourne. It would mark the end of a cycle." Scientologists, whose annual ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
May 20, 1977
Scientology E-meter back at $20 an hour — The Age (Australia)
May 20, 1977
The return of the scientologists — The Age (Australia)
May 19, 1977
Scientology big: Claim — The Herald (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Geoff Easdown
Source: The Herald (Australia)
By Herald reporter Geoff Easdown who was tested today by Mrs Elaine Allen, Victoria's first registered minister of the Church of Scientology. Scientology is operating in a bigger way than before it was banned in 1965, its first officially recognised minister in Victoria claimed today. Controversial files are still kept on those who seek counselling from its ministers. The controversial E-meter is again in use. At the Church of Scientology, 724 Inkerman Rd., Caulfield, I was given an E-meter test today ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
May 19, 1977
State says yes to Scientology minister — The Age (Australia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Steve Harris
Source: The Age (Australia)
Mrs. Elaine Allen, a former Sunday School teacher, has become Victoria's first registered Minister of the Church of Scientology. The State Government has relaxed its stand on the movement, outlawed 12 years ago after an inquiry described it as perverted, debased, ill-founded and harmful. The Chief Secretary, Mr. Dickie, last night confirmed that Mrs. Allen, of Balwyn, had been recognised as a minister of religion. But he said the Psychological Practices Act of 1965, under which the movement was outlawed, still ...
Item contributed by: Zhent (Anonymous)
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