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Aug 7, 1968
Police watch on Scientologists // Letters sent to girl — The Scotsman (UK)
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Source: The Scotsman (UK)
The activities of Scientologists in Edinburgh are being kept under the scruitny of the police following the Government's clamp-down on the growth of the cult in Britain. Mr Robert Campbell, deputy Chief Constable of Edinburgh City Police, said yesterday: "We are interested in this organization and we are keeping an eye on things." The police, he said, were investigating a complaint made by Councillor Rupert Speyer regarding letters received by a 15-year-old girl who had been employed by the Scientologists' Publications ...
Aug 6, 1968
Scientology: Close watch by police — Evening News (Edinburgh)
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Source: Evening News (Edinburgh)
Edinburgh City Police are "keeping an eye" on the activities in the city of Scientology, Deputy Chief Constable Robert Campbell said today. "We are interested in the Scientology Organisation, and we are alive to what is happening," said Mr Campbell. "The police are keeping an eye on things, and any information that we get from any source, we will note. "We have lots of information and intelligence about various organisations in the city . . . and so it is with ...
Aug 4, 1968
"Cult" office gets the all clear — Sunday Post
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Source: Sunday Post
FOLLOWING complaints by a 15-year-old girl about working conditions, the Sanitary Department of Edinburgh Corporation Public Health Authority inspected the premises of the Publications Organisation World Wide in East Thistle Street Lane, Edinburgh. The premises are part of the Scientology Cult Administration in Edinburgh. A spokesman said they had nothing to report except a few minor infringements of the Offices, Shops, and Railway Premises Act. The inspection was carried out at the request of Councillor Rupert Speyer after he had heard ...
Aug 3, 1968
Check is made on cult premises — Evening News (Edinburgh)
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Author(s): Logan Robertson, Nigel Hawkins
Source: Evening News (Edinburgh)
The premises in North-East Thistle Street Lane, Edinburgh, occupied by the Scientology administered Publications Organisation World Wide, have been inspected by the Sanitary Department of Edinburgh Corporation public health authority. A spokesman for the department said they found nothing to report, "except a few minor infringements of the Office, Shops, and Railway Premises Act, which will be attended to. There was no evidence of employees sleeping on the premises." The inspection was carried out after the Sanitary Department had been approached ...
Aug 2, 1968
Cult jobs: Ban imposed by Ministry — Evening News (Edinburgh)
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Author(s): Logan Robertson, Nigel Hawkins
Source: Evening News (Edinburgh)
The Ministry for Employment and Productivity have stopped sending people for vacancies at the Edinburgh offices of Publications Organisation. The ban was applied after it was found there was a link between Publications Organisation and Scientology. A spokesman for the Ministry said in Edinburgh today that they had referred the whole matter to their headquarters in London. He said : "We have sent several women, and one or two men, to vacancies notified to us by Publications Organisation. We did not ...
Aug 2, 1968
Father 'alarmed' at rise of the mind cult — Scottish Daily Mail (UK)
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Author(s): Nigel Benson
Source: Scottish Daily Mail (UK)
A FATHER said yesterday he was 'alarmed' at the rise of Scientology. Mr Thomas Riley, 45, spoke after his daughter Kathleen, 15, was sacked from a job in the publications organisation of the cult in Edinburgh. Kathleen, of Niddrie Marischal Place, Edinburgh, worked for five weeks in the cult's offices which send out pamphlets and leaflets. Last night she told of tests she had been given on an 'E' meter. 'They asked all sorts of questions — they were really odd. ...
Aug 2, 1968
Life in the cult -- by Kathleen and Iain [part of the article missing] — Daily Record (Scotland, UK)
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Author(s): Ian Metcalfe, Allan Gulland
Source: Daily Record (Scotland, UK)
A BOY and a girl told last night of what happened to them in while they worked at the Scottish headquarters of the Scientologists. THE GIRL, Kathleen Riley, said it was a bit frightening at first when she was given a kind of lie-detector test. THE BOY, lain Thomson, 20, claimed he was told to work for more than 15 hours — then sleep on a wooden floor. Kathleen, of 31 Niddrie Marischal Place, Edinburgh, said she was linked to an ...
Aug 1, 1968
Girl tells 'News' about her job with Scientology // Inspect cult offices, says councillor — Evening News (Edinburgh)
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Author(s): Logan Robertson, Nigel Hawkins
Source: Evening News (Edinburgh)
An Edinburgh Town Councillor has complained to the public health authorities about the offices in Edinburgh of Scientology — the system of religious philosophy of American origin, which claims to increase a person's ability. Mr I. W. Wintour, Chief Sanitary Inspector for Edinburgh Corporation, said today: "We have received this complaint and are investigating." —– Family find it 'disquieting' Today we give the account of a local girl, Kathleen Riley, of her job as an employee of the organisation Scientology. Councillor ...
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