Landers HoweS News Tue16Mar1943p16

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Howe Landers THrneral Held in New Jersey 4 elevated to the presidency of both companies in 1932. Mr. Landers was president of the Empire Properties Corporation, the Interstate Debenture Corporation.; the Metropolitan Service Corpurh- tion and the Park Lane Hofel Com- pany, and was a director ol the! Firemen's Insurance Company of! Newark, N. J., and the Finx Re- insurance Company of Hartford, Conn. Funeral services were held Tuesday at Glen Ridge and the body will be brought to the Flanner & Buchanan funeral home Wednesday. Survivors are the widow, two daughters, Mrs. Georgia nr.a Horner, Glen Ridge, and Mrs. Shirley Krauss, Philadelphia, Pa., and Wsj brother. Jackson K. Landers, v:ho is a captai i in the army at Sioux Falls, S. D. ft ''A Services will be held Wednesday t 4 p. m. in the Flanner && Buchanan mortuary for Howe Stone Landers, age fifty-seven, former Indianapolis attorney, who died Monday in Mountainside Hospital, Glen Ridge, N. J., after a short illness. Burial will follow in Crown Hill cemetery. He was president of the Commercial Casualty Insurance Company of Newark, N. J., and the Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Company of New York. Mr. Landers was a former member of the Indiana State Industrial Commis-cion. The son of 'John and Idawile (Gardner) Landers, he was born October 17, 1885, in Martinsville. He attended DePauw University and the Indiana University law school A-sf ra Astrn 4 1 f A-f ? Via Tn44ivin bar in 1908. Mr. Landers was a direct descendant of President John Tyler. He was married March 26, 1919, to Mi&s Shirley McNutt, a cousin f Paul V. McNutt, war manpower commissioner. Her father died last Wednesday in Indianapolis. Mr. Landers was a member of the Episcopal church and Phi Kappa Psi and a former member f the Meridian Hills Country Club. .Mr. Landers began the practice of law in the offices of the late W.riom A. Ketcham. From 1915 to 1919 he was a member of the Indiana State Industrial Commission and was special counsel for the United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company from 1J19 to 1925. Leaving this position, lie and his brother Jackson K. Landers, formed the firm of Landers and Landers, and they became managers of the Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Company of New York lor Indiana. Illinois and Ktn'ucky In 1930, Mr. Landers became vice-president and general counsel of tht Metropolitan Casualty Insurant Company of New York and the Commercial Casualty Insurance Company of Newark. At this "time he moved to Glen Ridge. He was CHARLES S. WILLIAMS TO BE BURIED AT TIPTON Services for Charles S. Williams, age seventy-five, will be held Wednesday at 2 p. m. in the Evans, j ry Tot fn.rfll ho t v T , t n . S 1 rill 4 v xxoDiesvuie. cun-x wiii Tipton cemetery, ne aiea cunaay in Methodist Hospital after a long illness. Mr. Williams, who had lived with! a daughter, " Mrs. A. W. Kerchner,; 3612 Fall Creek parkway, was born" July 27, 1867, in Ripley county. Hei was married in 1889 to Margaret Janett Thompson, who died in 1907.; , , 'lL umiis.u. iu, mluulm .-i For many years Mr. Williams engaged in the building and con- mfrtMM c4A0 "IT fvTIM OT-VI tMT ' "V"V T i rounding counties. : w. Y7 Tv,...n, ; ter, Mrs. Philip Snedaker, Indian-! apolis; a brother, Melvin Williams,! Tipton; seven grandchildren andj five great-grandchildren. MARIO ZAMBON FUNERAL um I l DC Utri n TUIIDCn A Yi itiuu uu nuuw iiiuiiwni, Mario Zambon, age forty-one, 858 Oakland avenue, will be buried Thursday in St. Joseph's- cemetery following services at 8:15 a. m. in Grinsteiner's funeral home and at 9 a. m. in St. Philip Neri Catholic church. He died Monday in St. Vincent's Hospital after an illness of five weeks. He was born September 22. 1901, j in Italy and came to tne umteaj States in 1920. In 1929, he married Freida Franceschina. Mr. Zambon lived here the last fifteen years and organized the Universal Tile and Terrazzo Company in 1941 Serving as . manager of this firm, he had been a tile and terrazzo worker for twenty-five years. Survivors besides the widow are two daughters, Lillia Zambon and Arlene Zambon, Indianapolis, and two brothers and two sisters in Italy. MRS. CARRIE M. BROTT Funeral services were held recently in Richmond, Va., for Mrs. Carrie

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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 16 Mar 1943, Tue,
  3. Page 16

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