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Jun 21, 1951
Barton Press gets new writ // Target is $5,000 security that Hubbard's Dianetic Foundation left — Elizabeth Daily Journal
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Source: Elizabeth Daily Journal
ELIZABETH — Barton Press, Inc., of Newark held a new writ of attachment today against the Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation after being edged out recently by other legal claims on the foundation's property. Matthew Grayson, attorney here for the Newark firm, said the new writ was against $5,000 cash security left by the foundation for lease of several offices here when it moved to Wichita, Kan., in May. The newly discovered funds, Grayson said, are being held by the Caldwell Place ...
Apr 3, 1951
Dianetics group to quit city because "we're not wanted" — Elizabeth Daily Journal
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The Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation, 275 Morris Avenue, target of a suit accusing it of operating a medical school without a license, is moving its national headquarters out of Elizabeth because it has no desire to remain where it is not wanted. Transfer of the national headquarters to Wichita, Kan., effective April 15 was announced yesterday by the foundation. A spokesman indicated the principal reason is the pending District Court suit. Charles Leonard, in charge of press relations for the foundation, ...
Mar 28, 1951
Dianetics charges to be amplified — Elizabeth Daily Journal
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The State Board of Medical Examiners, which has filed a District Court suit against the Hubbard Dianetics Research Foundation, 275 Morris Avenue, yesterday promised to give the foundation more specific details in its charge that the Elizabeth organization is conducting a medical school contrary to the law. The trial date is set for May 15. The case came before District Court Judge Milton A. Feller on a motion by George Meier, of Bloomfield, attorney for the Hubbard Foundation. Under court rules, ...
Feb 15, 1951
Dianetics unit sued by state // Hubbard Foundation called medical school without license in complaint [exact date unknown] — Elizabeth Daily Journal
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ELIZABETH — The Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation, Inc., will go on trial in part one of Union County District Court February 19 to answer charges by the State Board of Medical Examiners that it operated a medical school without a license. L. Ron Hubbard, author of "Dianetics," a book that explains his "new science of the mind," set up headquarters of the foundation at 275 Morris avenue last July. At that time, Hubbard announced his organization would train "auditors" to administer ...
Feb 12, 1951
Dianetics founder challenges psychiatry to mental duel — Elizabeth Daily Journal
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L. Ron Hubbard, of Elizabeth, founder of the controversial new mental health science of dianetics, today hurled a challenge at the psychiatric profession, many members of which have sharply criticized his theories. Mr. Hubbard, organizer of the Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation at 275 Morris avenue, suggested that two impartial judges select two neurotic individuals, without previous advice from either psychiatrists or dianeticists. The psychiatrists would treat the patients for a week, under his proposal, with psychometries — tests, to the laymen ...
Jan 29, 1951
C.P. Morgan quits Dianetics post — Elizabeth Daily Journal
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C. Parker Morgan, of 36 Monmouth Road, Secretary and General Counsel of the Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation, 275 Morris Avenue, today announced his resignation from the organization. He will resume law practice with his father, former Judge Charles L. Morgan. Mr. Morgan said the decision was a difficult one, because he is a founder member of the federation for life and one of only four persons holding the "Fellow of Dianetics" degree. But he said that in line with the foundation's ...
Jan 15, 1951
New Jersey starts action against Dianetics — Elizabeth Daily Journal
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The Hubbard Dianetic Research Foundation, Inc., was accused of operating a school for treatment of disease without a license in a complaint by the State Board of Medical Examiners docketed today in Part I of District Court. The complaint was served on C. Parker Morgan, 275 Morris avenue, registered agent. The board, acting through attorney general Theodore D. Parsons, specifically charged that the foundation violated R.S. 18:20-18. The foundation is required to file an answer by Thursday. Otherwise the state may ...
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