Walter Landor, 81, founder of the design firm that gave...


June 13, 1995

Walter Landor, 81, founder of the design firm that gave the corporate world logos for Coca-Cola, General Electric, Shell Oil and other industry giants, died Friday in San Francisco. The Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History completed a collection of his designs and packaging last year.

Charles K. Cooper, 82, a newspaper publisher who put out his first paper from his basement nearly 50 years ago, died Thursday of a gastric hemorrhage in Greensburg, Pa. He began the Penn-Franklin News in Level Green in 1947, using a $75 insurance policy as capital. In the 1950s, he added the Delmont Salem News and the Penn Trafford News.

Masaya Hanai, 82, a former chairman of Toyota Motor Co., died of kidney failure Saturday in Tokyo.

The Rev. Henry Joseph McAnulty, 80, former president and chancellor of Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, died Saturday. Father Mac, as he was called by friends, served as its president from 1959 to 1980, when he stepped aside to become chancellor.

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