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ORDER APPOINTING RECEIVER


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE 11th JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 101634

John W. Parsons

vs

Lafayette Ron Hubbard and
Sara Elizabeth Northrup

This cause coming to be heard upon the Bill of Complaint as well as the plaintiff's prayer for a receiever without otice , and from an examination of the Bill of Complaint and the proof submitted the Court is of the opinion that a receiever ought to be appointed herein, and that receiver ought to be appointed without notice of the defendent.
IT IS, THEREFORE, CONSIDERED, ORDERED, ADJUDGED and DECREED: That W. F. Reinhardt be, and he is hereby appointed Receiver in this cause, and said receiever is hereby directed and empowered and commanded to immediately take into physical possession the following:

1. The funds on deposit in the name of Lafayette Ron Hubbard, and, or, Sara Elizabeth Northrup, and, or, Allied Enterprises, or Allied Enterprises, a partnership or co-partnership, in any bank or trust company within the jurisdiction of this court.

2. Any property, personal or real, found in the possession of the defendants herein within the jurisdiction of this court.

3. Any property, either personal or real, which the defendants may own jointly or severally, found within the jurisdiction of this court

4. The yachts herinafter described and the property contained

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in said yachts, and on board said yachts, whether same be monies, securities, furnishings, luxuries or otherwise as follows:
a. That certain schooner, "Harpoon", now located at Howard Bond's Yacht Harbor, County Causeway, Miami, Dade County, Florida, according to best informtion of the plaintiff.
b. That certain auxiliary schooner, "Blue Water, II", location unknown, but believed to be within the jurisdiction of the this Court.
c. That cerain yacht, "Diane", location unknown, but believed to be within the jurisdiction of this court.
IT IS FURTHER CONSIDERED, ORDERED, ADJUDGED and DECREED:
That the Receiver be, and he is hereby required to enter into a Receiver's Bond, conditinal upon his faithful performance of his duties herein the sum of $1,000 by 5p.m. July 2, 1946.
DONE AND ORDERED
In chambers at Miami, Florida, on this 1st day of July, 1946.
Stanley Wisebridge (spelling of last name not sure )
Circuit Judge

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16 July 1946
Recorded this 17th day of July 1946
In Chancery book 777 on Page 1
E. Leatherman
Clerk Circuit Court

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY

NO. 101634


JOHN W. PARSONS,

                           Plaintiff


  vs.                                                   FINAL DECREE

LAFAYETTE RON HUBBARD and
SARA ELIZABETH NORTHRUP

Defendants,


THIS CAUSE coming on to be heard upon stipulation of counsel for the respective parties hereto and the Court being advised that the parties to this cause have amicably between themselves, settled their difference, and having heretofore been filed, and the Court having jurisdiction of both parties and the subject matter of this cause, and that the  equities of this cause are with the Plaintiff, and the Court being fully advised in the premises, it is thereupon,

  CONSIDERED, ORDERED AND DECREED by the Court as follows:

         1.  That the stipulation entered into by the parties to this cause, together with 'Agreement of Dissolution of Copartnership, known as "ALLIED ENTERPRISES",' which is made a part of said Stipulation by reference, be and the same is hereby ratified, approved and confirmed in every respect.

         2. That the Defendants are hereby divested of all their rights, title and interests in any of the property, either real or personal, tangible or intangible which the defendants claim or may claim in the property aforedescribed of the Plaintiff and Defendants are hereby further divested of all right, title and interest in the Vulcan Powder Corporation, a California Corporation.

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3. That Plaintiff is hereby divested of any right, title or interest which he claims or may claim in the property, either real or personal, tangible or intangible, or assets of the defendants jointly or severally wherever located, whether now  owned or hereinafter acquired by the Defendants, and in the assets of the co-partnership known as "ALLIED ENTERPRISES". except as herein provided.

4. That the Receiver's Bond in the amount of One Thousand  ($1,000.00) Dollars be and it is hereby cancelled and both the principal and the surety of said Bond be and they are hereby discharged of their obligations contained in said Bond, and further that the Receiver, W. F. REINHARDT be and he is forthwith hereby discharged as Receiver pursuant to the order entered herein appointing him Receiver in this cause.

   5. Th[at] the Plaintiff's injunction Bond be and the same is hereby cancelled, and that both the Plaintiff as principal and the surety are hereby discharged of the obligations as set forth in said Bond pursuant to the injunction order heretofore entered in this cause.

  6. That the Plaintiff and the Defendant have, prior to the entrance of this Final Decree, complied with all the terms and conditions of their stipulations and have exchanged all necessary papers to divorce themselves and to dissolve their former co-partnership and to establish in each of their indvidual names, their individual interests.

DONE AND ORDERED in Chambers at Miami, Florida, this 16th day of July, A.D. 1946.

Stanley M?i?ledge
Circuit Judge

ABE SCHONFELD-ATTORNEY AT LAW-MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA


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 17 July 1946
recorded this 18th July 1946
In Chancery book 777 page 159
(illegible) Doughty

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUCICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 101634


JOHN W. PARSONS,


Plaintiff


-vs.-


LAFAYETTE RON HUBBARD and
SARA ELIZABTHE NORTHRUP

Defendants


TEMPORARY INJUNCTION AND RESTRAINING ORDER



THIS CAUSE came on this day to be heard upon the sworn Bill of Complaint to the PLaintiff for Temporary Injunction and Restraining Order, and other relief, and the Court being duly advised in the premises, it is thereupon:

ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED, as follows:

  1. That the defendants, LAFAYETTE RON HUBBARD and SARA ELIZABETH NORTHRUP, jointly and severally be, and they hereby are enjoined and restrained from leaving the jurisdiction of this Court until further order of this Court.

2. That the defendants, LAFAYETTE RON HUBBARD and SARA ELIZABETH NORTHRUP, jointly and severally be and they are hereby enjoined and restrained froms ecreting, hiding, concealing or transferring in any manner whatsoever any of their joint or several assets of the co-partnership, heretofore formed by the plaintiff and the defendants in the State of California, known as ALLIED ENTERPRISES, wherever the said assets may be situate, whether real or personal, whether to any individual, corporation, partnership, association or to any person or persons whatsoever, untill the further order of this Court, and that in particular, the aforsaid defendants jointly and severally be, and they hereby are, restrained from transferring in any manner whatsoever, the three sailing yachts known as to wit: the "HARPOON", the

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"BLUE WATER, II" and the "DIANE", to any individual, corporation, partnership, association or to any person or persons whatsoever, untill the further order of this court.

3. That this order shall become effective upon plaintiff's entering into a Bond with a good and sufficient Surety Company in the amount of Twenty-five hundred dollars, ($2,500.00) conditioned to indemnify the defendants or either of them for damages, expenses or attorney's fees incurred by said defendants or either of them in the event it is determined by this Court that this order was improvidently entered herein against the defendants and by reason thereof said defendants should suffer such loss of damages as aforesaid. Said bond to be approved by the Clerk of the above styled Court and hearing to be held before the undersigned at 11:30 AM, Wednesday, July 3, 1946 on the above and foregoing.

DONE AND ORDERED in chambers in Miami, Dade County, Florida, this 1st day of July, A.D., 1946.

Stanley Wieledge
CIRCUIT JUDGE


The above Bond has this date been filed and approved. This the 1st day of July, A.D. 1946

E.B. Letherman, Clerk Circuit Court
By L. Y. Moore
Deputy Clerk







St. Julien P. Rosemond   1218 Dupont Bldg. Miami, Florida.






Notes by Arnie Lerma:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_%28mythology%29
Vulcan, in Roman mythology, is the son of Jupiter and Juno, and husband of Maia and Venus. He was god of fire and volcanoes, 

In 1946 a house that now goes for $500,000 cost $5,000 to build...
so the $1,000 'bond' would be roughly equivalent to $100,000 today


Suggested further reading: Hubbard and the Occult