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FINAL IIS The Arizona Republic Saturday, March 25, 1989 Obituaries Michael Fitzgerald, 55; Michael Fitzgerald, a brother-in-law of U.S. Sen. Dennis DeConcini and a former Valley National Dank vice president, died March 23, 1989, in a plane crash near Eugene, Ore. lie was 55. .. Mr. Fitzgerald had taken off from Brookings, Ore., and was headed for Eugene when the accident occurred. Mr. Fitzgerald, who was born in Mount Clemens, Mich., came with his Bartlett Heard; pioneer Phoenix family founded museum Hartlctt Bradford Heard, son of the founder of the Heard Museum in Phoenix, has died in a hospital in Oakland, Calif. He was 90. Mr. Heard was the son of the late Pwight I). Heard, who was once publisher of the Arizona Republican, predecessor of The Arizona Republic, The family's original homestead, on Qie northeastern corner of Central 7vcnue and Monte Vista Road, is the te of the Heard Museum, which was founded in 1929. ! Obituaries published by The Arizona Republic in its news columns are provided free of charge as a public service. Parties desiring specifically worded obituaries may Lplace them through their mortuaries Hri the paid classified advertising "section. AIINKMAN, Arnold Edward ALMOUR, Ralph P. 'Dick' AVI LA, Filar R. HALZANO, Joseph V. 1IAUKR, Fritz BAXTER, Ralph I 'BRASLKY, Cora Belle BROWN, Arthur Don BRUNZIR, Victor Chester BURTON, Gary Wayne CHILDKRS, Alma CIIR1STKNSEN, Audrey Mac COOK, Ricky Ic CRAIN, Rose Josephine CROSSON, Kelly Raymond DICKEY, Lloyd I). DONAHOE, AlmaTudy' PULLA, Guy P. Jr. I'ENN, Louise B. I ITZGI.RAI I), Michael I URMAMAK, Marcyanna GONZALEZ, Rcy GRAHAM, Howard E. GRAPPEL, Mildred GREEN, Harry James GUI FEY, William Alton HEARD, Bartlett Bradford IIOUTCOOPER, Kathryn Helena IRISH, Mildred Anderson KING, Verne H. KINLOCII, Mary B. LAWSON, Amos LIBBY, Alyssa LeeAnn LOPEZ, Ernest R. MAROUEZ, Anthony 'Picalo' M. MOORE, Betty Blanche OROSCO, Manuela Hernandez PARKER, Juana C. PARRINI, Frances PERKINS, Chester 'Chef E. PORTER, Cassandra Adams RAKES, Gcncvic S. REINERTSON, Thomas C. ROSE, Arlo Karculais SCI UPPER, Donald SI I AW, James M. STANTON, Ruth D. TARLETZ, Io WARD, I .con Eugene Jr. WARD, lon Eugene Sr. WEINY, George YOUNGBECK, Frank X. Arnold Edward Ahneman, 85, of Tcmpe, a retired hairdresser, died March 23, 1989, in Mesa. He was born in Minnesota. Survivors include his wife, Hilda; one daughter; one brother; and three 'grandchildren. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Tenipe Mortuary, 405 E. jSouthern Ave. Ralph P. "Dick" Almour, 88, of Mesa, the owner-operator of resorts in Arizona, died March 22, 1989. He was born in Canada. Survivors include his wife, Cecilia; a son; seven grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Services: 2 p.m. Mon day, Apache Wells Community Church, -12115 N. Gayridge Road, Mesa. " Pilar R. Avila, 76, of Cashion, a farm woiker, died March 20, 1989. He was born "in Mexico. Survivors include his wife, Juanila; three daughters; six sons; 27 grandchildren; and seven greatgrandchildren. Rosary: 7 p.m. Sunday, St. John's Vianney Catholic Church, 539 La Pasada Blvd., Goodyear, with visiation from 6 to 8 p.m. Mass: 10 a.m. Monday, St. William's Catholic Church, 111th Avenue and Third Street, Cashion. Cordy Funeral Home. Joseph F. Balzano, 79, of Sun City, a retired parks and recreation supervisor jn Denver, died March 23, 1989. He was born in Denver. Survivors include his wife, Coleen; and a son. Memorial services: 1 p.m. Monday, Sunland Memorial Park & Mortuary, 15826 N. Del Webb Blvd., Sun City. Fritz Bauer, 83, of Prescott Valley, a retired wood finisher, died March 23, 1989. , He was born in Germany. Survivors include his great nephew, Kevin; and a great niece, Margaret Lares. Services: 2 p.m. Monday, .Redwood Memorial Gardens, Dewey. Mem- v ory Chapel Mortuary. " Ralph P. Baxter, 95, of Sun City, a .Jarmer, died March 22, 1989. He was born in Astoria, 111. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy; two daughters; one sister; three grandchildren; and four greatgrandchildren. Serivices: 11 a.m. Monday, Sunland Memorial Park & Mortuary, 15826 Del Webb. Blvd., Sun City. Contributions: American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 33187, ' Phoenix, 85067. Cora Belle Beasley, 68, of Glcndale, a hopiemaker, died March 23, 1989. She was -born in Texas. Survivors include her "husband, Andy; one daughter; a son; seven 'grandchildren; and 6even greatgrandchildren Services: 7 p.m. Friday, March 31, Faith Temple, 6602 N. 51st Ave., Glcndale. Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary. Arthur Don Brown, 24, of Phoenix, a construction worker, died March 21, 1989. He was an Arizona native. Survivors include his wife, Sophie; two sons; one brother; three sisters; his parents; and crandpai'ents. Services have been held. Botimcr funeral Home. parents to Arizona in 1948. He graduated from St. Mary's High School in 1950. He later graduated from Arizona State University. He became assistant vice president of Valley National Hank, where he worked from 1956 to 1960. Mr. Fitzgerald moved to San Diego in I960, where he was co-owner of the Fitzgcrald-Palmcr Advertising & Public Relations Agency. Mr. Heard, who died Wednesday, spent his childhood in Phoenix. In the 1920s, he moved to Berkeley, Calif., where he attended the University of California. He lived most of his adult life in the San Francisco Bay area. Following in his father's footsteps as a business pioneer, Mr. Heard founded the 1'hocnix-bascd Bartlett-Heard Land and Cattle Co., the Butane Co., and the Heard FoundationHeard Museum Trust. He also founded the Photo and Sound Co. of Victor Chester Brunzie, 85, of Peoria, a retired truck driver, died March 23, 1989, in Sun City. He was born in Springfield, III. Survivors include his sons, Gerald, Leroy, Bob and Ron; 1 1 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Services will be in Illinois. Best Funeral Services. Gary Wayne Burton, 26, of Tcmpe, a landscapes died March 1, 1989. Ho was born in Orange, Calif., and was a Marine Corps veteran. Survivors include his mother, Helen M.; one sister; and four brothers. Services have been hold. Brown's Colonial Mortuary. Alma Childers, 73, of Thatcher, a homemaker, died March 22, 1989. She was born in Arkansas. Survivors include her husband, Nathan; three daughters; two sons; three sisters; 17 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Safford Funeral Home. Services: 3 p.m. Monday, Thatcher Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Stake Center, with additional visitation two hours prior to the service. Audrey Mae Christenscn, 63, of Glcndale, a homemaker, died March 22, 1989. She was born in Louisiana. Survivors include her husband, A.M. "Chris;" four daughters; a son; her mother, two sisters; two brothers; and three grandchildren. Services: 11 a.m. Saturday, Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary, 7924 N. 59th Ave., Glcndale. Ricky Lee Cook, 12, of Tempo, a Thew Elementary School student, died March 22, 1989. Ho was born in St. Louis. Survivors include his parents, Dorothy "Dottie" and Aaron; three sisters; one brother; and his grandmother. Services: 11 a.m. Monday, Meldrum Mortuary, 52 N. MacDonald St., Mesa, with visitation an hour prior to services. Rose Josephine Crain, 90, of Phoenix, a homemaker, died March 23, 1989. She was born in Missouri. Survivors include her daughters, Juanita Garside and Virginia Saavedra; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Visitation: 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Paradise Chapel Funeral Home, 3934 E. Indian School Road. Services: 10 a.m. Monday at the mortuary. Kelly Raymond Crosson, 65, of Phoenix, a retired business and property management consultant, died March 23, 1989. He was born in Arkansas. Survivors include his wife, Marjorie A.; two daugh ters; one son; two sisters; six grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Services: 2 p.m. Monday, Messinger Mortuary, 7601 E. Indian School Road, Scottsdale, with visitation an hour prior to services. Lloyd D. Dickey, 89, of Los Angeles, a former Phoenix resident, died March 19, 1989. He was born in Thomasvillc, Ga., and came to Arizona in 1920. He was a principal of Booker T. Washington High School for 10 years, starting in 1943. He was a graduate of Phoenix Union Colored High School. Survivors include his sons, L. Duquesne III, Dudley R. and Dr. Robert; one sister; and seven ' grandchildren. Services will be in Los Angeles. Universal Memorial Center. Alma Tudy" Donahoe, 85, of Scotts-dale, a registered nurse, died March 22, 1989. She was born in Illinois. Survivors includo a daughter, Diane D. Cusack; her son, James E.; one sister; and five grand-chilren. Rosary: 7 p.m. Sunday, Messinger Mortuary, 7601 E. Indian School Road, with visitation from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday. Mass; 10 a.m. Monday, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, 7655 E. Main St., Scotts-dale. Guy P. Dulla Jr., 63, of Tempe, a self-employed mold maker, died March 23, 1989. lie was born in Detroit and was an Army Air Corps veteran. Survivors include his wife, Myra J.; a daughter; one son; one brother; and three grandchildren. Memorial services: 1 p.m. Saturday, Tempe Mortuary, 405 E. Southern Ave. . Louise B. Fenn, 74, of Sun City, a hairdresser, died March 21, 1989. She was born in Illinois. Survivors include her husband, William J., a daughter; two sisters; and four grandchildren. Services: 2 p.m. Monday, Lakeview United Methodist Church, 10298 Thunderbird Blvd., Sun City. Contributions: Lakeview Church Choir or favorite charity. Menke Funeral Home. Marcyanna Furmaniak, 103, of Phoenix, a homemaker, died March 22, 1989. She was born in Poland. Survivors inlcude her daughters, Harriet Aleksander, Eugenia Zarembski, and Cecelia; a son, Henry; two grandchildren; and three greatgrandchildren. Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Grimshaw Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home Road, with visitation from 4 to 8 p.m. Mass: 9 a.m. Monday, Brophy Chapel, 4701 N. Central Ave. Contributions: Salvation Army, P.O. Box 52177, Phoenix 85072. Rcy Gonzalez, 24, of Morenci, a pipe fitter, died March 22, 1989. He was an Arizona native. Survivors include his wife, Frances; one son; his parents; five sisters; and one brother. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, Sacred Heart Cemetery, Clifton. Caldwell Funeral Home. w - teu DeConcini brother-in-law In 1968, he and his family moved to Seattle, then to Brookings, Ore. He bought a sheep ranch and was later elected Curry County commissioner. Mr. Fitzgerald twice lost races for Congress in Oregon as a Republican. During his years in the Valley, fie was active in the Young Republicans and the Advertising Club. He was an Army veteran. He met his wife, Norma, while San Francisco. He served as president of the D wight B. Heard Investment Co. Mr. Heard was a member of the Chancellors Circle of the University of California, at Berkeley and a member of the board of the International Folk Art Foundation in Santa Fc. Born in Wayland, Mass., Mr. Heard maintained two residences there, as well as one in Phoenix and one in Berkeley. He died in the Howard E. Graham, 64, of ScottsdahS, the owner of a sign company, died March 23, 1989. He was born in Detroit and was an Army veteran. Survivors include his wife, Carol; two daughters; one son; one brother; and eight grandchildren. Visitation: 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Green Acres Mortuary, 401 N. Ilaydcn Road, Scottsdale. Services: 10 a.m. Monday at the funeral home. Mildred Grappcl, 78, of Sun City, a legal secretary, died March 21, 1989. She was born in New York. Survivors includo a son, Robert. Services: 11 a.m. Monday, Lundbcrg Mortuary, Golden Door Chapel, 11211 Michigan Ave., Youngtown. Harry James Green, 71, of Phoenix, a glazier, died March 23, 1989, He was born in Pennsylvania and was an Army veteran. Survivors include his daughters, Jacqueline M. Ilintz, Judith A. Boling and Mary Lynn Franey; six grandchildren; and five greats grandchildren. Rosary: 7 p.m. Monday, Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary, 7924 N. 59th Ave., Glcndale, with visitation from 5 to 8 p.m. Mass: 10 a.m. Tuesday, St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church, 3140 N. 51st Ave., Glendale. William Alton Guffey, 75, of Glendale, a retired grocer, died March 20, 1989. He was born in Arkansas. Survivors include his wife, Vivian; one daughter; two sisters; and one brother. Services: 4 p.m. Monday, Skinner Memorial Chapel, Glencroft Care Center, 8641 N. 67th Avenue, Glendale. Contributions: Glencroft Zion Fund, 8611 N. 67th Ave., Glendale., 85302. A.L. Moore and Sons. Kathryn Helena Houtcooper, 67, of Scottsdale, a retired telephone operator, died March 23, 1989. She was born in Hartley, Iowa. Survivors include her husband, Warren M.; two sons; two sisters; two brothers; and five grandchildren. Services: 9:30 a.m. Monday, Messinger Mortuary, 7601 E. Indian School Road, Scottedale, with visitation an hour prior to services. Contributions: American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 752, Scottsdale 85252. Mildred Anderson Irish, 79, of Peoria, a homemaker, died March 22, 1989. She was born in Chicago. Survivors include her daughters, Jean Loftus and Marilyn Pol-cyn; sons, Douglas and Robert; two sisters; one brother, and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Monday, St. Christopher's Episcopal Church , 10233 W. Peoria Ave., Sun City. Menke Funeral Home. Verne H. King, 62, of Glendale, a retired galvanizer for a steel company, died March 22, 1989. He was born in Steuben-ville, Ohio, and was an Army veteran. Survivors include his wife, Marion B. "Bonnie;" a stepdaughter; three grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Services have been held. Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary. Mary B. Kinloch, 68, of Payson, a cook, died March 24, 1989. She was a native of Scottsdale. Survivors include her husband, Tom H. Jr.; three daughters; two sons; her mother; two sisters; two brothers; 10 grandchildren; and three greatgrandchildren. Mass: noon Monday, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, 2121 S. Rural Road, Tempe. Tempe Mortuary. Amos Lawson, 66, of Phoenix, a retired security guard, died March 22, 1989. He was a native of Beattyvillle. Survivors include his wife, Gladelinejtwo sisters; and two brothers. Visitation: 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary, 7924 N. 59th Ave., Glendale. Services: 10 a.m. Monday, Arizona National Veterans Cemetery, 23029 N. Cave Creek Road. Alyssa LeeAnn Libby, the infant daughter of Jeannie and Donald, of Glendale, died March 21, 1989, in Phoenix. She was born in Phoenix. Other survivors include her grandparents. Graveside services: 9 a.m. Saturday, Resthaven Memorial Park, 6290 W. Northern Ave., Glendale. Green Acres Mortuary. Ernest R. Lopez, 56, of Phoenix, an automobile body painter, died March 22, 1989. He was a native of Phoenix. Survivors include his wife, Yolanda; two daughters; two sisters; and one brother. Visitation: 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, Greer Funeral Home, 5921 W. Thomas Road. Services: 10 a.m. Tuesday, Mexican Evangelical Church, 2925 W. Polk St. Anthony "Picalo" Manuel Marquez, 27, of Phoenix, a laborer, died March 22, 1989. He was a native of Phoenix. Survivors include his wife, Isabell; one daughter; two sons; his parents; two sisters; and three brothers. Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Monday, Universal Sunset Chapel, 7007 S. Central Ave., with visitation from 6 to 9 p.m. Mass: 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, St. Anthony's Catholic Church, 909 S. First Ave. Betty Blanche Moore, 56, of Mesa, a teacher, died March 23, 1989. She was born in Chicago. Survivors include her husband Rudolph; a daughter; two sons; two brothers; and four grandchildren. Visitation: 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Messinger Morturary, 7601 E. Indian School Road, Scottsdale. Services: 3 p.m. Sunday, First Southern Baptist Church, 5230 N. Scottsdale Road. Manuela Hernandez Orosco, 69, of Guadalupe, a homemaker, died March 22, 1989, in Phoenix. She was born in Mexico. Survivors include her husband, Saturnino M.; and three sisters. Rosary: 7 p.m. Sunday, Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, 5445 San Angelo St., with visitation from 6 p.m. to midnight. Mass: 9 a.m. Monday at the church. Carr Mortuary. attending St. Mary's. She is the daughter of Peggy Hurley and is a former vice chairwoman of the state Republican Party. She is the older sister of Susan DeConcini, wife of Sen. DeConcini. Other survivors include Mr. Fitzgerald's daughters, Julie Ross, Shannon and Kathleen; a son, Ted; two brothers; and Ave grandchildren. . Funeral arrangements are pending. Orinda Convalescent Hospital in Oakland, Calif. Mr. Heard is survived by his daughter, Helen M.; his daughter-in-law, Barbara Woods Heard; three grandchildren; and four greatgrandchildren. Memorial services will be held Monday in California. The family requests memorial contributions be made to the Heard Museum, 22 E. Monte Vista Road, Phoenix AZ 85004. Juana C. Parker, 65, of Avondelc, a retired secretary, died March 23, 1989. She was an Arizona native. Survivors include her husband, William G.; a daughter; one son; fmii exainra 4 uja IVUI DIDkVIDi nw brothers; and four grandchildren. Visitation: 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday, Cordy Funeral Home Chapel, 310 N. Litchfield Road, Goodyear. Services: 2 p.m. Monday, Christ Lutheran Church, 406 N. Litchfield Road, Goodyear. Frances Parrini, 74, of Phoenix, a seamstress, died March 22, 1989. She was born in Italy. Surviviors include her daughter, Clare Pennacchio;and two frandchildren. Visitation: 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. londay, Heritage Funeral Chapel, 6830 W. Thunderbird Road, Peoria. Services: 10 a.m. Monday, St. Jerome's Catholic Church, 10815 N. 35th Ave. Chester "Chet" E. Perkins, 83, of Mesa, a retired freight and passenger traveling agent, died March 23, 1989. lie was born in Missouri. Survivors include his wife, Betty; one daughter; and three brothers. Memorial services: 10 a.m. Saturday, Chapel of Prayer Funeral Home, 108 N. 56th St., Mesa. Contributions: Central Christian Church, 933 N. Lindsay Road, Mesa, 85203. Cassandra Adams Porter, 47, of Paradise Valley, a homemaker, died March 22, 1989. She was born in Texas. Survivors include her husband, Kenneth W.; two daughters; one sister; two brothers; and three grandchildren. Visitation: 4 to 9 p.m. Monday, Messinger Mortuary, 7601 E. Indian School Road, Scottsdale. Services: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Scottsdale Bible Church, 7601 E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale. Genevie S. Rakes, 71, of Phoenix, a homemaker, died March 22, 1989. She was born in Minneapolis. Survivors include three daughters, Carole Bellar, Jan Payne and Barbara Edgar, sons, Eddie and Terry; eight grandchildren; and two greatgrandchildren. Services have been held. Green Acress Mortuary, Glendale. Thomas Christian Reinertson, 79, of Mesa, self-employed farmer, diied March 22, 1989. He was born in Everest, Kan. Survivors include his wife, Alberta; a daughter; a sister; and two grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, Mountain View Memorial Gardens, 7900 E. Apache Trail, Mesa, with visitation one hour before services. Arlo Karculais Rose, 61, of Glendale, a retired manufacturing company employee, died March 22, 1989, in Dallas. She was born in Waycross, Ga. Survivors include her daughter, Sandra A. Davis; a son, Peter N. Karculais; two sisters; five grandchildren; and two greatgrandchildren. Services will be in Texas. Dalton & Sons Funeral Home of Lewisville, Texas. Donald Schipper, 79, of Glendale, an appliance salesman, died March 22, 1989. lie was bom in Michigan. Survivors include his wife, Phyllis; three daughters; two sons; three sisters; two brothers; and eight grandchildren. Services: 11 a.m. Saturday, Orangewood Church, 3702 W. Orangewood; Ave., Phoenix. Green Acres Mortuary. j James M. Shaw, 64, of Sun City, an insurance broker, died March 23, 1989. Hei was born in Chicago and was a Marine j Corps veteran. Survivors include his wife,; Lois; three sons; his mother, two sisters; onej brother; six grandchildren. Services will bej private. Sunland Memorial Park & Mortu-j ary. Ruth D. Stanton, 67, of Phoenix, a! homemaker, died March 24, 1989. She was; a native of Clifton. Survivors include herj daughter, Suzanne Bird; sons, Jim and Hank; and one grandchild. Services will be private. Hansen Mortuary. Leo Tarletz, 83, of Sun City, the owner of an auto wrecking company, died March 23, 1989. He was born in Cleveland and was an Air Force veteran. Survivors include his wife Chatherine M., one daughter; two sisters; and one grandchild. Services: 4 p.m. ' Sunday at the family residence, 11020 N.' 109th Ave., Sun City. Contributions: Jewish Federation, 32 W. Coolidge St., Phoenix, 85013. National Cremation and Burial Society. Leon Eugene Ward Jr., 21, of Far-mington, N.M., a former Bisbee resident, a laborer, died March 21, 1989. He was a native of Bisbee. Survivors include his mother, Bonnie Ward Woltmon; two sisters; a brother; and Grandfather. Memorial; services: 1 p.m. Saturday, Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary, 7924 N. 59th Ave., Glendale. Leon Eugene Ward Sr., 50, of Far-mington, N.M., a former Phoenix resident, an Arizona Public Service foreman, died March 21, 1989. He was born in California., Survivors include his father, Homer. Me-' morial services: 1 p.m. Saturday, Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary, 7924 N. 59th Ave.,, Glendale. George Weiny, 85, of Peoria, a union negotiator, died March 22, 1989, in Phoe-, nix. He was born in Milton, Iowa. Survivors include his daughters, Vivian Harris and Elizabeth Koch-Kanes; sons, George A. and' Philip K.; 12 grandchildren; and 12 greatgrandchildren. Visitation: 10 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Heritage Funeral Chapel, 6830 W. Thunderbird Road, Peoria. Frank X. Youngbeck, 77, of Mesa, a retired brick mason, died March 22, 1989.' He was born in Wisconsin and was a World War II Navy veteran. Survivors include his wife, Irene A.; one daughter; a son; three j sisters; one brother; nine grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Services will, be held in Wisconsin. Tempe Mortuary. i William F. former chairman of Dow Jones & Co. BETHLEHEM, Pa. - William F. Kerby, a former chairman of Dow Jones & Co. whose career in the newspaper business spanned nearly half a century, died of cancer Sunday at his home. He was 81. Mr. Kerby held every major position on the news staff of The Wall Street Journal before becoming an executive officer at the Journal's publisher, Dow Jones & Co. "Bill Kerby served Dow Jones with distinction for 47 years in jobs ranging , from reporter to chairman and chief executive," Warren H. Phillips, Dow, Jones' chairman, said in a statement. ' Mr. Kerby joined the Journal's Washington, D.C., staff in 1933. He was managing editor and then executive editor from 1942 to 1951, helping to develop the front-page news features and other innovations that shaped the modern Journal and its growth into a national paper. Mr. Kerby was elected executive vice president of Dow Jones in 1961, president in 1966, and chairman of the board in 1972. He retired in 1978 but continued to serve on the board of directors until Nov. 19, 1980. As president of Dow Jones and its chairman from 1966 to 1978, he presided over the company's diversification into community newspapers,' overseas publishing, electronic-information services and other ventures. Francis Russell; historian wrote Harding biography Francis Russell, a historian and prolific writer whose publication in 1968 of a biography of Warren G. Harding became a cause eclcbre when relatives of the former president succeeded in preventing the author from printing some of Harding's love letters, died of a heart attack Tuesday in Falmouth Hospital, on Cape Cod, Mass. He was 79 and lived in Sandwich, Mass. In addition to the controversy over , the Harding biography, The Shadow of Blooming Grove, Mr. Russell was embroiled for more than a quarter of a century in arguments with other historians over his contention that he had solved the Sacco-Vanzctti case. His first book about the case, Tragedy in Dedham, was published in 1962. In 1986, he summed up his findings in a book called Sacco & Vanzetti: The Case Resolved. He wrote that of the two anarchists involved in a Go-cart, motorcycle crash kills boy A 9-year-old Mesa boy died Thursday night after his go-cart collided with a motorcycle. Kendall Greenley of the 2700 block of North Mountview Road was flown by helicopter after the accident to Scottsdale Memorial Hospital-Osborn, where he died of head injuries. The boy was driving a go-cart, with a passenger, at the side of Mountview when he turned into the street and was struck by the motorcycle, Mesa 801-Funeral NOTICE Classifications 801 thru 859 Remaining Classifications are located in SECTION C Announcement! Army, P.O. Box 52177, Phoenix, Arizona. 85072. IRISH, Mrs. Mildred Anderson. No Vlsltallon. Memorial Service, 10,00 AM, Monday, St. Christopher's Episcopal Church, 10233 W. Peoria Ave. Sun Cltv. Arrangements by Menke Funeral Home. KRUSE, Rudolph A 62. PasseB away March 22, 1989. Survived bv wife, Hazel L. Kruse, daughter, Deborah Dalis, sons, Michael W. Kruse, Sr. & Donald J. Kruse, sisters, Helen Stone, Elizabeth Alder, Ethel Trostfe, t Betty Accomazzo, brother, Al-Den ivruse, & 4 grandchildren. Service SaTl:00 P.M. Memory Lawn Chapel, 719 801-Funerai Announcement N 974h Aue CANNOM, Mrs. Wilma G. Memorial Service 11:00 6M, Monday, Bellevue eights Baptist Church, 9440 Hytton Dr., Sun City. 1 Burial In Kansas Cltv, Mo. t Arrangements by Menke : Funeral Home. preferred. contributions to the Bov Scouts of America Are Sons handled arrange-ments. 807-Funeral Directors CARR MORTUARY H.L. "Bud" Tcnny, Dlr Personalized service offered In a Christian manner. 1445 W. Southern Ave. Tempe 967-2104 GREEN ACRES MORTUARIES SCOTTSDALE Edwards, Donald: Pending Graham, Howard: Pending Yahraus, John: Wed 2pm GLENDALE Jornlng, Mary Rose: Mon 1pm VA Cemetery Walsh, James: Wed 10am Church of the Resurrection Libby, Alvssa: Sat 9am Resthaven Cemetery Schipper, Donald: Sat 11am CARDEN, Manv - Memorial Services 10:00 A.M. today, Grimshaw Bethany Chapel, 710 West Bethany Home Road. Interment Memory Lawn Memorial Park. DICKEY, Lloyd D. I Funeral services ai., vtai March 25. es Funeral n, at Angeles i me, 3875 Cre ome. 3875 Crenshaw Ivd, Los Angeles. CA. nssed Awnv Sun.. March 9th. . Survived by sister iizaDetn KODinson, sons .p. Dickev in. puaiev Irkev. DOS. 3 daua icKev c Kooen fcrs-ln-law. 7 arandchl rfrrm. n pee Fleanor D. , Ragsdale, nephew William D. Dickev. Universal Memorial Center courtesy of, Entombment Inglewood Memorial Park, Ingle-wood, CA. FENN, Louise B Funeral Service Monday 2:00 P.M. at Lakeview United Meth-' odist I Thunderbird. Menk iist Lnyrcn iu lunderblrd. A 103rd Ave. & FU- , nerai Home, sun Cltv. Please call for FURMANIAK, Marcyanna aLOTTbDALc GLENDALE died Ma Aarch 989.' Survived h fers, Harriet Aleksani y her daugh- fers, H, dof Tekl leKsanaer ueceiia Fun Phoenix; Eugenia urm anlak. aremhMcl. Chlraao. Illi nois; son, Henry Furmaniak, Chicago, Illinois; 2 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Rosary 7:30 P.M. Sunday; Grimshaw Bethany Chapel, 710 West Bethany. Home Road. Mass of Christian Burial 9:00 A.M. Monday, Brophy Chapel, : 4701 North Central Avenue. Entombment Holy Cross Mausoleum. FRIENDS MAY CALL 4-8 P.M. Sunday. In lieu ot material remembrances, those who wish may donate to the Salvation 859-Cemetery loti and Mercer Mortuary Thomas Road16th Street 266-4473 AAA 2 burial lots with head- stone vaults. Memory Lawn. $1500 or make offer. 846-2666 BURIAL plot For Cremation Fair Haven, $400 433-1260 MEMORIAL Park by the , Pi avlng Hands, 1 cemetary lot, $550 or best offer. 474-3356 Kerby; holdup in Braintrcc, Mass., in which two men were slain, only Nicola Sacco was guilty and that Bartolomco Vanzetti was innocent. Mr. Russell was born in Boston. He was a graduate of Bowdoin College and received a master's degree from Harvard in 1937. He wrote articles for several magazines in the United States and abroad, before joining the Canadian army in ' 1941. He was discharged as a captain in 1946 and published his first book, Three Studies in 20th Century Obscurity, in 1954. Mr. Russell turned out a steady siring of books, marked by careful historical research combined with a distinctive and entertaining narrative style. These volumes included The American Heritage Book of the Pioneer, in 1961; Lexington, Concord, and Bunker Hill, 1963; The Making of the Nation, 1968; Forty Years Ago, 1970; A City in Terror, 1975; The President Makers from Mark Ilanna to Joseph P. Kennedy, 1976; The Secret War, 1981; and The Knave of Boston, 1987. Charles Suppon; designer won 1978 Coty Award NEW YORK - Charles Suppon, a designer who won a 1978 Coty Award for his women's fashions and who was co-author of the book for the Peter Allen musical Legs Diamond, died Tuesday of a brain tumor. He was 40. The Collinsvillc, III., native studied fashion in Chicago and later came to New York to work as an assistant to Calvin Klein. In 1977, Mr. Suppon created his own fashion label for women. The following year, he won the Coty, fashion's equivalent of the Oscar. In 1979, he designed the costumes for Peter Allen's Broadway review Up in One. 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