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Dec 18, 1981 Church of Scientology reorganizing — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Dec 3, 1981 Report on Scientology methods is 'must' reading — Clearwater Times (Florida) More: news.google.com
William J. Kumpton
Clearwater Times (Florida)
Now and then we discover someone who performs a deed or a service exactly as promised. Although this seldom the case, it is even more unusual to see a politician actually perform a campaign promise. In retrospect, I can't remember many who have actually performed the promise to the degree that a reasonable person could fairly recognize the completed performance. Recently, however, I have taken note of a fulfilled campaign promise by a local Clearwater commissioner. However, I can tell you ...
Nov 24, 1981 His job not always so 'secure' — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Nov 11, 1981 Anti-cult group given approval to hold service — Clearwater Times (Florida)
Sep 28, 1981 Jacksonville law studied to combat Scientology — Clearwater Times (Florida) More:
news.google.com Sep 19, 1981 Clearwater begins move against Scientology — Clearwater Times (Florida)
Sep 16, 1981 Scientologists file suit to remove lawyer hired by Clearwater from case — Evening Independent (Florida)
Sep 15, 1981 Anti-Scientology strategy urged — Clearwater Times (Florida)
Sep 14, 1981 Preliminary report to the Clearwater city commission re: The power of a municipality to regulate organizations claiming tax exempt or non-profit status
Sep 12, 1981 Curb Scientology with ordinances, lawyer suggests — Clearwater Times (Florida) More:
news.google.com Aug 30, 1981 Sect courses resemble science fiction — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Clearwater Sun (Florida)
At the Fort Harrison Hotel in downtown Clearwater, Scientologists are learning to leave their bodies, control other people's thoughts and communicate with plant life. They learn this by reliving a galactic holocaust carried out by space creatures millions of years ago. So say top-secret Scientology documents spelling out the highest level of training available to church members. It is training that costs thousands of dollars and, according to church defectors who provided the documents, amounts to nothing but a swindle dreamed ...
Aug 25, 1981 Psychiatrist: Sect drove man insane — Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Clearwater Sun (Florida)
A downtown Clearwater businessman who last year joined the Church of Scientology was committed to a Mental hospital Monday after a psychiatrist testified that Scientology apparently contributed to the man's insanity. Francis G. Diamond, 45, a successful antique dealer before his breakdown, told Circuit Judge William Walker that other Scientologists' "thetans," or spirits, had invaded his body during counseling sessions and now control him. "It's not something out of Star Trek-it happens," insisted Diamond, who brought a book by Scientology founder ...
Aug 4, 1981 Scientologists accuse city of collusion — Clearwater Times (Florida) More:
news.google.com Jul 29, 1981 Development of downtown called too slow — St. Petersburg Times (Florida) More: news.google.ca
St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
CLEARWATER — Even as proposed plans were being unveiled Tuesday afternoon for a new hotel-retail complex along Clearwater's bayfront, a Church of Scientology group was saying hotel development here has been too slow. They say they have plans of their own. The group, New Clearwater for the 80s, has compiled a voluminous "Clearwater Downtown Development Data Pack" that they say will bring developers and investors, "especially hotel developers, into downtown Clearwater." The packet consists of maps, copies of a City of ...
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