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14 matching items found between Jul 1968 and Dec 1968. Furthermore, there are 40 matching items for all time not shown.
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Aug 11, 1968
Dollar cult // Scientology 'sets an income record' — Sunday Mirror (UK)
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Source: Sunday Mirror (UK)
A former "recruiting director" for the Church of Scientology in Britain claimed yesterday that their income had reached £30,000 a week. Art student Nick Robinson of Reading Berks, added: "The organisation has a graph showing weekly income at their headquarters, St Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex. Millionaire Mr. Robinson, 21, said he was the cult's recruiting director until April, when he was declared a "suppressive person." He added that the cult had more than 8,000 salesmen in Britain —- about 2,000 ...
Aug 7, 1968
Church told to pay court costs — Daily Telegraph (UK)
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Source: Daily Telegraph (UK)
THE Church of Scientology of California was told by Mr. Justice Fisher in the High Court yesterday that it cannot continue libel actions against three newspapers unless it pays their costs incurred in preliminary proceedings which it has now abandoned. Costs are estimated at more than £500. Mr. Justice Fisher had earlier been told by Mr. Leon Brittan, counsel for the church, that it was no longer seeking injunctions sought at a previous hearing, restraining further publication of the alleged libels ...
Aug 7, 1968
Costs order against scientologists — The Times (UK)
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Source: The Times (UK)
The Church of Scientology of California was ordered in the High Court yesterday to pay the costs of the publishers of three national newspapers whom they had brought to court to face injunction proceedings. Mr. Justice Fisher also ordered that the church could not proceed with libel actions against the News of the World Ltd., Beaverbrook Newspapers Ltd., and Daily Mirror Newspapers Ltd. until the costs are paid. At the start of yesterday's hearing, Mr. Leon Brittan, counsel for the church, ...
Aug 7, 1968
High court costs order against Scientologists — The Guardian (UK)
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Source: The Guardian (UK)
The Church of Scientology of California was ordered in the High Court yesterday to pay the costs of the publishers of three national newspapers whom they had brought to court to face injunction proceedings. Mr Justice Fisher also ordered that the Church would not proceed with libel actions against the News of the World, Ltd., Beaverbrook Newspapers, Ltd., and Daily Mirror Newspapers, Ltd., until the costs are paid. At the start of yesterday's hearing, counsel for the Church, Mr Leon Britton, ...
Aug 7, 1968
High court orders costs against Scientologists — The Scotsman (UK)
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Source: The Scotsman (UK)
The Church of Scientology of California were ordered in the High Court in London yesterday to pay the costs of the publishers of three national newspapers they had brought to court to face injunction proceedings. Mr Justice Fisher also ordered that the Church could not proceed with libel actions against the News of the World, Ltd., Beaverbrook Newspapers, Ltd., and Daily Mirror Newspapers, Ltd., until the costs are paid. At the start of the hearing, counsel for the Church, Mr Leon ...
Aug 2, 1968
Scientologists issue writs for libel — The Times (UK)
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Source: The Times (UK)
The Church of of California has issued writs claiming damages for libel against four newspapers. The writs also seek injunctions restraining publication of the "said or any similar libels". The newspapers concerned are the News of the World, the Sunday Express, the Sunday Mirror, and the Daily Express. The church, stated in the writs to be a non-profit-making corporation incorporated under the laws of California and with a registered office at Fitzroy Street, W., is suing the publishers — the News ...
Aug 2, 1968
Scientology company issues libel writs — Scottish Daily Express (UK)
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Source: Scottish Daily Express (UK)
THE Church of Scientology has issued High Court writs for libel against the publishers of four British newspapers. And it announced yesterday, through London solicitors its intention to lay complaints against the British Government before the European Commission of Human Rights. Suing as a company with registered offices in Fitzroy Street, London, the Church is claiming damages for alleged libel in the Sunday Express, News of the World, and Sunday Mirror last Sunday, and in the Daily Express last Friday. In ...
Aug 2, 1968
Scientology founder rebukes Britain as a 'police State' — The Guardian (UK)
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Source: The Guardian (UK)
Mr Lafayette Ronald Hubbard, American founder of the scientology movement, sent a message to the movement's East Grinstead headquarters yesterday saying: "I have finished my work. Now it is up to others." He founded the movement in the early 1950s. The movement, which was called "socially harmful" by the Minister of Health in the House of Commons, has been described by one scientologist as "an applied religious philosophy, designed to increase the individual's ability within his community." View of world The ...
Jul 28, 1968
A town they took over — Sunday Mirror (UK)
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Author(s): Bruce Maxwell
Source: Sunday Mirror (UK)
SCIENTOLOGY chiefs are staging an all-out drive to get new British recruits—despite Government action to curb the "harmful" cult. So far the chief effect of the Government clampdown is to restrict foreign students going to the "mind-training" cult's world HQ at St. Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex. Under existing law no action can be taken to ban British Scientologists, although Health minister Kenneth Robinson has promised to "consider other measures should they prove necessary." This is small comfort to the residents ...
Jul 27, 1968
Mind cult hits back — Scottish Daily Express (UK)
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Source: Scottish Daily Express (UK)
Shocked Scottish leaders of an organisation branded by the Government as "an objectionable" cult yesterday hit back. Officials of the Hubbard College of Personal Independence in Edinburgh, which promotes the cult of scientology, described the Government's criticism as "insane." The attack came from Mr. Kenneth Robinson, Minister of Health. He said: "Scientology is a pseudo-philosophical cult introduced into this country some years ago from the United States. The Government are satisfied, having reviewed all the available evidence, that scientology is socially ...
Jul 26, 1968
State acts to curb scientology // Growing concern at spread — The Times (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Rita Marshall
Source: The Times (UK)
The Government yesterday announced steps to curb the growth of scientology, the cult which has its world headquarters in 30 acres of Sussex countryside near East Grinstead. Mr. Robinson, Minister of Health, said in a written reply to Mr. Geoffrey Johnson Smith, Conservative M.P. for East Grinstead, yesterday that the Government had been increasingly concerned at its spread in this country during the past two years. He announced six steps to stop foreign students, teachers and administrative staff coming to study ...
Jul 25, 1968
Public inquiry made history // Scientology development appeal heard — East Grinstead Observer
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Source: East Grinstead Observer
THE PUBLIC INQUIRY INTO THE PLANNING APPEAL BY SClENTOLOGISTS CONCLUDED AT EAST GRINSTEAD ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON AFTER LASTING THREE-AND-A-HALF DAYS — THE LONGEST INQUIRY EVER TO BE HELD IN THE TOWN. The appeal by the Church of Scientology, California, was into the refusal by East Grinstead Urban Council to allow development extending to 23,500 square feet at the Scientology headquarters at Saint Hill Manor on the outskirts of the town. The Urban Council had booked East Grinstead Parish Hall for the ...
Jul 18, 1968
Many objectors to Saint Hill development / Appeals by Scientologists — East Grinstead Observer
Jul 17, 1968
Planning inquiry hears Scientology views on opponents' 'crimes' — The Times (UK)
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