This is for a man named Howard Dickman who I read today is researching Barney “for a case” and needed a photo of him from his scientology days. For readers interest, it appears Barney was featured in a somewhat recent New York Times article talking about his “self made dream” which is apparently a subject of a number of lawsuits.
Here you go Howard.
as pictured in The Auditor magazine issue #45 of 1969
– aproximately January/February
I have other info about him, including the address of the apartment in New York where he was staying in his early days in scientology, just leave me a comment if you need something and I’ll put it together when I get a chance.
April 1, 2017: As requested in the comments by Mark Hunter, here is the full page this image was found on – it’s page 10 of the issue.
Barney is pictured in the section “Franchise and Field Staff Members” under the Birmingham, UK section.
There is another mention of Carl Barney on this page, showing that he was one of the members of Alan Walter’s franchises that Alan personally called in for intensive study.
Here’s that by itself –
We can also establish the approximate time frame of this particular The Auditor issue by an advertisement on page 5 for an upcoming lecture on March 1, plus the first page of talks about a recently released policy letter from December of 1968. That definitively puts this issue as January/February of 1969.
Here’s page 5 –
Also perhaps of interest, is that on page 11 of that same issue we find that Carl Barney is listed as Clear #1637.
Now for additional info –
Carl won sort of award from Saint Hill in 1967, and there is a listing on page 2 of Auditor #26 giving his address in New York.
Carl is listed on page 2 of Auditor #43 (1968) in a correction note as having graduated the Saint Hill Special Briefing Course “with honors”.
Carl Barney is listed on page 9 of what appears to be the late 1970/early 1971 Auditor #64 as being “on FEBC” – which means the Flag Executive Briefing Course.
For context, what that means is that he was on Hubbard’s Apollo flag ship at that time, and was being groomed to become an executive.
Taken from the Church of Scientology site –
In April 1970, Mr. Hubbard invited executives from all churches to attend his Flag Executive Briefing Course on the flagship Apollo. The end result placed true administrative experts in all local churches. And with the later publication of the Organization Executive Course and Management Series volumes, all policy was now readily available to the 2,553 staff of the 118 churches and missions in 20 nations.
Here’s a screenshot in case that page goes missing –
Auditor #110, 1975, shows him as now being Reverend Carl Barney and marrying a couple of scientologists in Pasadena.
That’s all I could find so far.