[SFRA-L] Anyone knows R. Alain Everts?
JRMadDog at aol.com
JRMadDog at aol.com
Fri Sep 23 10:46:09 EDT 2011
After a little Googling, see results below.
Go To Page 22
STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT, DANE COUNTY
in the Matter of the Petition of Randal Alain Kirsch for a Change of Name
to Randal Alain Everts.
STATE OF WISCONSIN
COUNTY OF DANE
To the Circuit Court of Dane County:
The petition of Randal Alain Kirsch respectfully shows:
1. That your petitioner resides in the City of Madison, Dane County,
Wisconsin and that he is 27 years of age.
2. That he desires that his name be changed from Randal Alain Kirsch to
Randal Alain Everts.
3. Such change is desired for the fallowing reasons, to-wit: That the
change will restore petitioner to his original name received shortly after his
birth. His natural father is Edward A. Everts and Randal's name was changed
in 1960 when he was adopted by Robert R. Kirsch who remarried Randal's
natural mother after her divorce from Edward A. Everts. By seeking this
change, petitioner intends no disrespect to his stepfather, but simply prefers to
use the name given him by his natural father and mother. Your petitioner
therefore prays that by an order of this Court his name be changed to Randal
Alain Everts, by which he may hereafter be called and known.
/s/Randal Alain Kirsch
Randal Alain Kirsch, being first duly sworn, on oath deposes and says that
he is the petitioner in the above and foregoing petition, that he has read
the same and knows the contents thereof, and that the same Is true to his
own knowledge, except as to those matters therein stated on information and
belief, and as to such matters he believes them to be true.
/s/ Randal Alain Kirsch
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th day of January, 1974.
Notary Public, Dane County, Wis.
John W. Gibson, Arty.
119 Monona Ave., Suite 616
Madison, 53703, Wis.
PUB: WSJ Jan. 22, 29, Feb. 5, 1974.
EVERTS v. ARKHAM HOUSE PUBLISHERS, INC.
579 F.Supp. 145 (1984)
R. Alain EVERTS, d/b/a The Strange Company, Plaintiff,
ARKHAM HOUSE PUBLISHERS, INC., a Wisconsin corporation, Defendant.
United States District Court, W.D. Wisconsin.
January 30, 1984.
As Amended May 8, 1984.
David E. Lasker of Buffett, Dew, Blaney, Olson & Lasker, Madison, Wis.,
Forrest D. Hartmann, of Quale, Hartmann, Bohl & Evenson, Baraboo, Wis.,
See for details:
757 F.2d 124: Brown University in Providence in the State of Rhode Island
and Providence Plantations, and Wilfred B. Talman, plaintiffs-appellees, v.
Randal Alan Kirsch, A/k/a R. Alaine Kirsch, A/k/a Randallalaine Kirsch,
A/k/a R. Alain Everts, Defendant-appellant
United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit. - 757 F.2d 124
Argued Nov. 5, 1984.Decided March 7, 1985.As Amended March 8, 1985
David E. Lasker, Buffett, Dew, Blaney, Olson & Lasker, Madison, Wis., for
John C. Carlson, Lawton & Cates, Madison, Wis., for plaintiffs-appellees.
Before ESCHBACH and POSNER, Circuit Judges, and WISDOM, Senior Circuit
WISDOM, Senior Circuit Judge.
This appeal presents the question whether the district court erred in
dismissing defendant Randal Alan Kirsch's counterclaim against Brown University
for libel.1 Brown University published a "Notice to Bookmen" in several
prominent bibliographic publications stating, in effect, that Kirsch had
solicited or accepted materials in the name of Brown University without Brown's
authorization, and that Kirsch had not turned over this material to Brown
University. On appeal, Kirsch alleges that the district judge usurped the
role of the jury in determining the defamatory meaning of the Notice to
Bookmen and that the district court erred in finding there was no genuine issue
as to any material fact concerning the truthfulness of the Notice. We find
no error in either determination and accordingly affirm. ...
See for details:
In a message dated 9/23/2011 8:57:04 A.M. Central Daylight Time,
markfinn at texas.net writes:
All I know about R. Alain Everts, Aka Randy Everts is that he was active
fandom during the seventies and (I think) early eighties. He was,
a mover and a shaker who managed to charm his way into having access with
number of people who were important if not significant. An example is
Novalyne Price Ellis, one-time girlfriend of Robert E. Howard. He
to interview her, and also enveigled some items from her pertaining to
Howard; I believe there was a photograph, along with maybe a letter or
Important stuff. Her private property. He was going to duplicate for
publication and then return. This never happened. He apparently did this
several other luminaries in fandom before disappearing completely. Efforts
have been made to locate him over the years, to no avail. I seem to recall
got tracked to Hawaii, but I can't be certain.
Good luck finding him. If you are looking for a secondary source, you may
better off going straight to Bowling Green's library or some other archive.
Quoting Zahra Jannessari <zjannessaril at gmail.com>:
> Dear All,
> I have been seeking biographical information on Stanley G. Weinbaum for a
> year or more now. I came across an article in *Fantasy Commentator*
> "Weinbuam's College Years" by R. Alain Everts. On the first page of his
> essay, in a footnote, he mentions the name of a book he has written on
> Weinbaum: *Stanley Grauman Weinbaum* (Madison, Wis.: The Strange Co.,
> 1990-1991). I would like to know if anybody happens to know him or have
> email or address. Thanks.
SFRA-L mailing list
SFRA-L at wiz.cath.vt.edu
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the SFRA-L