Indianapolis Star 13 Jan 1921

John Ankenbauer of Cincinnati discussed technical problems concerning insurance.

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Indianapolis Star 13 Jan 1921 - Public at Fault. "Insurance is the backbone of...
Public at Fault. "Insurance is the backbone of mercantile mercantile trade, anjj insurance must be large as the world's trade in order do business safely. When insurant* rates are out of line. It is the fault the general public. It is the man has never had a fire that must up and find out more about fires. Harding, our President-elect, has well spoken of national economy, and we today the most wasteful people on globe in the matter of waste by fires. Insurance rates are indirectly a lorm taxes. You must take our tire department department as well as your police department out of politics." John Ankenbauer of Cincinnati discussed discussed technical problems concerning insurance. He spoke on ."Interinsur- ance." Felix McWhirter and Alexander Taggart. members of the Indianapolis board of public safety, also spoka at the banquet. Officers elected at the meeting yesterday yesterday follo^ · Sol S Kiser. re"-electe-1 president; Edwin Hill, treasurer; John Reilly, C. C. Duck and Robert Collier, members of the executive committee. ,,

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  1. The Indianapolis Star,
  2. 13 Jan 1921, Thu,
  3. Page 13

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  • Indianapolis Star 13 Jan 1921 — John Ankenbauer of Cincinnati discussed technical problems concerning insurance.

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