THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR of a at at Lawence C. Amnion, Attorney, Succumbs Services for Lawrence C. Ammon. 61, 5425 East 17th Street, an attorney for the last 42 years, will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Harry W. Moore Peace .Chapel. Burial will be in Oaklawn Memorial Gardens Cemetery. HE DIED Saturday in Community Community Hospital. Mr. Ammon was born at Lafayette and had lived in Indianapolis Indianapolis 44 years. He was graduated from the former Benjamin Harrison Law School in 1930 with an LIB. degree and received a doctor of jurisprudence degree from Indiana Law School in 1937. IN 1937 HE was appointed Indianapolis District parole officer officer by Governor Henry F. Schricker. He held the post four years. (it rS'C r He became associated with the Hanford and Cowan law firm In 1941 and. remained until 1947, when he began private practice. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Ethel Ammon; two daugh ters, Mrs. Jeanne. Matthews of Indianapolis and Mrs. Derexa Jean Sandoe of Muncie, and a son, Larry Lee Ammon of Los Angeles, Calif. '