Albert Jeremiah Beveridge Jr. (1908-1965) —
also known as Albert J. Beveridge, Jr. —
of Indianapolis, Marion
Born in Manchester, Essex
County, Mass., August
reporter and columnist;
radio newscaster; alternate delegate to Republican National
Convention from Indiana, 1936;
member of Indiana
state senate, 1941-45; served in the U.S. Army during World War
II; candidate for U.S.
Representative from Indiana 11th District, 1946.
Died in West Palm Beach, Palm Beach
County, Fla., January
15, 1965 (age 56 years, 147
Interment at Crown
Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Ind.
Fred L. Doringer (b. 1889) —
also known as Joe Doringer —
of Fairmont, Marion
Born in Boston, Suffolk
County, Mass., October
talent scout for Pittsburgh Pirates baseball
team; studio director, Radio Station WMMN, Fairmont; member of
Virginia state house of delegates from Marion County, 1933-38,
Member, Elks; Moose.
Burial location unknown.
of Phillip Doringer and Phillipine Doringer; married, March
11, 1922, to Cora L. Morris.|
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James H. Gray (1915-1986) —
of Albany, Dougherty
Born in Westfield, Hampden
County, Mass., May 17,
Democrat. Editor and publisher of the Albany Herald newspaper;
owner of WALB radio and television stations; delegate to
Democratic National Convention from Georgia, 1952
Democratic state chair, 1960; candidate for Governor of
Georgia, 1966; mayor of
Albany, Ga., 1974-86; died in office 1986.
Died, following a heart
attack, at the New England Medical
Center, Boston, Suffolk
County, Mass., September
19, 1986 (age 71 years, 125
Burial location unknown.
John William Haigis (1881-1960) —
also known as John W. Haigis —
of Greenfield, Franklin
Born in Turners Falls, Montague, Franklin
County, Mass., July 31,
Republican. Founder, editor, and publisher of the Greenfield
member of Massachusetts
state house of representatives, 1909-12; member of Massachusetts
state senate Franklin & Hampshire District, 1915-16, 1923-26; Massachusetts
state treasurer, 1929-30; candidate for Lieutenant
Governor of Massachusetts, 1934; candidate for Governor of
Massachusetts, 1936; delegate to Republican National Convention
from Massachusetts, 1940
on Rules and Order of Business; speaker);
trustee of the University of Massachusetts, 1940-56; owner and
operator of radio station WHAI.
Died in 1960
Interment at Green
River Cemetery, Greenfield, Mass.
Jordan Levy (b. 1943) —
of Worcester, Worcester
Radio show host; mayor
of Worcester, Mass., 1980-81, 1988-93.
Still living as of 1993.
Thomas Lawson McCall (1913-1983) —
also known as Tom McCall —
of Portland, Multnomah
County, Ore.; Salem, Marion
Born in Egypt, Scituate, Plymouth
County, Mass., March
Republican. Candidate for U.S.
Representative from Oregon 3rd District, 1954; secretary
of state of Oregon, 1965-67; Governor of
Oregon, 1967-75; delegate to Republican National Convention from
Radio and television commentator.
8, 1983 (age 69 years, 292
Interment at Redmond
Memorial Cemetery, Redmond, Ore.; statue erected 2008 at Riverfront
Park, Salem, Ore.
Charles A. Morse (b. 1957) —
also known as Chuck Morse; Charles
Born in Quincy, Norfolk
County, Mass., February
radio show host; Independent candidate for U.S.
Representative from Massachusetts 4th District, 2004.
Still living as of 2018.
Owen Daniel Young (1874-1962) —
also known as Owen D. Young —
of Boston, Suffolk
County, Mass.; Manhattan, New York
Born in Van Hornesville, Herkimer
County, N.Y., October
Democrat. Lawyer; financier;
chairman, General Electric, 1922-39 and 1942-45; founded Radio
Corporation of America (RCA) and was chairman 1919-29; one of the
founders of the National Broadcasting Company (NBC); author of
the "Young Plan" in 1929 for settlement of German war reparations;
candidate for Democratic nomination for President, 1932.
Member, American Bar
Association; Sons of
the American Revolution; Beta
Theta Pi; Phi
Beta Kappa; Phi
Delta Phi; Freemasons;
Died in St. Augustine, St. Johns
County, Fla., July 11,
1962 (age 87 years, 257
Interment at Van
Hornesville Cemetery, Van Hornesville, N.Y.