1929_09_11_Cinti Enquirer_Page 10_Insurance For Terminal Written

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at it as Js mciiniwm: uiuuiiniiUL For Terminal Written Policy Will Be In Effect For Four Years At Cost Of $100,000 Principal Is $22,000,000. What is said to be the largest public public liability insurance contract ever closed in this part of the country was underwritten yesterday by the Aetna Life Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn., through Its Cincinnati Cincinnati agents, the Perkins k Geoghegan Company, on the erection of the new Union Passenger Terminal. The rate is based on the pay roll and costs Involved in the direct construction construction job, estimated at $22,000,000. This amount does not include cost of real estate, engineering, equipment and contingencies, all of which will bring the grand total of the Terminal project to $41,000,000. 'The Insurance will cover the entire operation during the four years' period period of construction. The premium, it was said, will approximate $100,000 and is to be paid at stated periods following an audit of the company's accounts to determine the amount of the pay rolls and certain other construction construction costs within the period. The policy is written to cover the contingent liability of the Cincinnati Union Terminal Company and the direct direct liability of the various contrac tors enjiged In the project It wa? explained that the contract does not cover employees of either the Union Terminal Company nor any of the contractors or subcontractors, these being protected under the Ohio workmen's workmen's compensation act Thomas M. Geoghegan explained that the policy will be delivered to the Cincinnati Union Terminal Company Company within a few days, but that the insurance now Is In effect The local representatives of the company were assisted in drafting details of the contract by experts from their home office. FORMER CINCINNATI DIES. Rev. Charles E. Smith Wii Father Of Popular Writer. tPeCTlL DISPATCH TO TBS INQCTBMS. Dunkirk, N. T., September 10 Rev. Charles E. Smith, D. D., pastor emeritus emeritus of the Fredonia Baptist Church, and for many years one of the leading leading clergymen of that denomination in New York State, Is dead at the home of his daughter, Grace S. Richmond, Richmond, in Fredonia, Dr. Smith was years old and was a graduate of the Rochester Theological Theological Serr'nary. During his time he has served as rector of Baptist Churches in Cincinnati. Ohio; Paw-tucket, Paw-tucket, Paw-tucket, B, I.; New Haven, Conn.; Rochester, N. T.; Syracuse, N. T., and Buffalo. Dr. Smith Is survived by an only daughter, Grace S. Richmond, author of "Red Pepper Burns," "Strawberry Acres," "The P---nd P---nd P---nd P---nd P---nd Violin" and other popular books. Funeral services and burial will be In Fredonia,

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 11 Sep 1929, Wed,
  3. Page 10

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