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THE SUN, BALTIMORE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1915 PAGE 14 card holder must continue to wait. OPA Reports New-Tire The March ration quota is un Talk With Moses May Swing Inventories Inadequate Washington, Feb. 27 (New- Council Vote To Expressway changed from February, at new tires. They will go to and drivers.

Two thousand hew automobiles were allotted for the month, the same as in February. tire inventories are "grossly inadequate" for the warm months, the NEW LOUNGE OPENED BY USO Service Women Get Suite At Charles Street Club OPA reported today, bo the A W. QUIVN By ALBERT Observers of trenGs in the City if she could be definitely shown where the money is to come from. Council looked over the list of Mr. Arthur, third of the "proba members yesterday and decided The Equitable LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES reports on its progress in serving human needs bly against" group, did not vote in there is a chance just a bare mm un4 the poll.

He will go to New York. Councilmen Abramson and Edel- chance that today's New York conference with Robert Moses, planner and engineer, may result in enough conversions to make pos man, openly for the expressway, will take the trip to see Mr. Moses today, as will the four who are list sible the adoption of a Midcity ed as "probably for" the Expressway ordinance. GOLD MEDAL Distilled Dry 90 PROOF (Distilled from, grain'. The odds, it is true, still favor defeat of such cn ordinance.

Oppo Believe Alpert Favorable All of the latter group previ nents still can count a clear major A service women's lounge which ne WAC described as "the most ieminine spot I ever hoped to see in a USO" was opened formally last night at the Charles street USO club, and was welcomed less formally by dozens of girls in uniform. While Mrs. J. Cookman Boyd, chairman of programs for the op-crating committee of the club, made a dedication speech in an adjoining room, in the lounge a SPAR pressed a rumpled skirt, a WAC took off her shoes and read a magazine, and a cadet nurse powdered her rincp hpluppn dances. ously were listed as undecided on the expressway.

The observers now ity while expressway proponents, even after lumping the councilmen for the freeway, the councilmen believe Councilman Alpert likely to vote with his Fourth district col "probably for" the freeway and the "doubtfuls," still admittedly lack leagues, Councilmen Abramson a majority. and Edelman. Councilmen Kelly lHE PURPOSE of The Equitable is to serve human needs to enable policyholders through co-operative action to achieve security to a degree that would not be and Wells have indicated in private Hope Of Proponents The hope of the proponents. conversation that they probably Another Gold Medal product produced by Records and Goldsborough, Maryland's distinguished distillers and rectifiers established in 1885. Gold Medal Gin is famous for its rare combina however, is based on apparent would support an expressway ordi gains the belief that some of those nance, and Councilman Friedel has shown a strong desire for more in The four-room suite, the first in any USO club here, was donated by Mrs.

Morton Samuels, who has taken an active interest in USO operations here since their inauguration and. while not a committee formation on the subject. who listed themselves as undecided when a poll was taken several days ago now seem to be leaning toward the expressway, while at least one If the against and probably against" groups are finally merged of the councilmen who was polled in opposition to the expressway the purchase of Government securities, The Equitable made diversified investments in corporate securities in 1944 at an average yield of 3.51. Life insurance is serving well In the war It has extended and enlarged its protection of the American Family. It has helped those in distress.

It has encouraged thrift and combated inflation. It has contributed greatly to the financing of the war. In the peacetime future of our country i life insurance will be an equally dynamic factor. While continuing as a bulwark of family security, its investment funds will help industry speed reconversion and expand production, thereby providing jobs. Life insurance investment funds Jiare played an important role in the development of America.

What life insurance has douc in the past to aid the national economy, it will do on an even vaster scale and with larger inspiration in the America of tomorrow. member, is known as the unomciai housemother" of the cJub. Well Furnished rw-nrat ort in na1t crppn. Chinese as against the expressway has since announced that he has "an open mind on the subject." and if the "probably for" group can be made definitely for the expressway, the test will be among the three "doubtfuls" Councilmen tion of outstanding Gin qualities necessary to produce that certain something discriminating taste demands. Maryland' Toast To The Nation! Basing their selections on con Price.

Falter and Freburger. Coun versations, statements on the floor of Council and on general attitudes, red and beige, the lounge includes a reading room furnished with comfortable couches and chairs. cilman Price was undecided at the time of the poll and Councilmen the most optimistic observers, from the standpoint of the expressway and Mocked with current mnga Falter and Freburger did not vote. JHstiflcd 3rti in eomtow IJTABUiMtO inis. candy and cigarettes; a powder room, complete with cos Observers say none of the three has proponents, give the following lineups: Definitely Against the Express given any hint as to how he is H.

metics; a lavatory ana snowers. In honor of the ooeninc. a num way councilmen William iionneu and Simon P. Jarosinski First), leaning. All three will go to the Moses conference.

Senate G. Boston Washington, Feb. 27 (P) The ber of USO leaders and military officials from near-by posts attended a ceremony at which Mrs. Samuels 113-119 West Lombard St. Baltimore 1.

Md. ESTABLISHED IMS John F. Conroy. Frank J. Bocek and Medio Waldt Second), John T.

Mullin, Sr. Third), diced and distributed to visiting Senate has confirmed the appointment of Guy E. Boston to be. post service men and women a large, pink-and-white-frosted cake. Many of the service women, with tniriior and sailors, attended a master at Berlin, Md.

and Jerome Slomm Fifth). Status Of Other. Probably Against Councilwom-an Ella A. Bailey Sixth Coun 'RESIDENT cilmen James F. Arthur Third tpecial dance in observance of the opening of the lounge.

But most of rirls fcnent iust as much time possible through individual effort alone. The Equitable during the past year continued to grow in usefulness to the American public and to the war economy of the nation. A total of $609,026,000 of new Equitable life insurance was purchased in 1944. This volume is a tribute to the foresight and patriotism of a large proportion of the American people, who are refraining from spending their money needlessly and instead are putting it aside for the future. It is likewise a tribute to the work of Equitable agents in carrying the story of life insurance and its benefits to the public.

Most people, even though they realize their need for the protection that life insurance provides, tend to defer its purchase and must be persuaded to do that which will mean much to their welfare and happiness. The aggregate of Equitable protection at the year-end was $8,897,754,000 a record. Benefit payments to policyholders and their families averaged $26,000 an hour throughout the past year, a total of $230,992,000. The increase in dividend rates a. Jiost types of policies, put into effect last year, is being continued for 1945, thus maintaining the low net cost of Equitable protection.

An aggregate of $43,801,000 is scheduled for distribution to policyholders as dividends during 1945. The Equitable continued to grow in financial strength during 1944, assets increasing $318,329,000, a larger gain than in any previous year. Total assets are $3,507,983,000. Holdings of United States Government obligations have increased to representing policyholder funds direct- ly helping to speed victory. In addition to Madr tao Oldtaae -Way admiring the flowers, pictures and Meot and Louis W.

Kotmair Sixth). For the Expressway Councilmen Leon Abramson and Jacob J. Edel man Fourth). Probably For Councilmen C. Markland Kelly (president), Sam games in the lounge.

Among First Visitors WIS! leftovers Among the first visitors were Seaman (first class) Jean Dize. of friarrrnft road: Seaman (first uel N. Friedel Maxwell class) Isabel Chavez, of Los An Alpert (D. Fourth) and Dr. Charles J.

Wells Fifth). Doubtful Either Way Council FREE BOOKLET '-with real-life pictures 'taste temptii geles, and Seaman (first class) Mary Jane Davis, of Mentor, Ohio, all SPARs stationed in Washing ton anil Seaman (second class) men Arthur B. Price Third), Charles E. Falter Fifth) and Edward A. Freburgcr Sixth).

and examples. Helps you arrange your own life insurance to get the Gloria Hlair, of 29 South Morley street, who wohks in the captain of the nnrt's office. Of the seven listed as against the expressway, only two Councilmen Conroy and Sloman have accepted greatest values. So obligation, till in coupon todai and tend to local office be- The opening of the lounge was Mavor McKeldirv's invitation to go to New York today. Observers see no chance of converting either to low or to 393 Seventh A venue, A York 1, A'.

Y. marked by tne appearance ot two signs. One. large and trimmed with red cellophane, hung on the wall the expressway. Kotmair Has "An Open Mind" of the dance hall and said: Welcome.

Service Women. Name. Of the three listed as. "probably against," two Councilman Kot The other, placed on the lounge mair and Counciiwoman Bailey no IE I MUICVB ifiatviiuui i ui City and Stale. were polled as definitely against the expressway, but Councilman door by an unidentified ui, saia: Out of Bounds.

Women's Group To Meet BLENDED" WHISKEY Kotmair. who is not going to New IRREGULAR PtHIUUS due to functional disorders York today, declared at Monday's Council meeting that he still has 86 NLUTRAt SPIRITS UNITED OrSTIUtftSOf rnr.r iTD The third annual luncheon of the Women's Division of the A homeopathic mHirine. "an open mind" on the expressway THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES A Mutual Company ImnrforuleJ umirr the Lmmn AW Slot Thtmrnt I. TmrHmtmrn, prtuJtut DECEMBER 31, 1944 Btaltimot. Maryland 3EJ Observers say Mrs.

Bailey might be War Finance Committee of Maryland will be held at 12.15 P.M. next Wednesday at the Emerson Hotel. brought around to the expressway Reserves, Other Liabilities and Surplus Reserves for Policy and Contract Liabilities $3,195,18932 40.952,821 8,820,000 8,516,012 43,801446 24.360.689 Policyholders' Prepaid Premiums. Reserve for Taxes Miscellaneous Liabilities 1945 Dividend Apportionment Reserve for Unrealized Appreciation in Valueof Xon-Amortizable Bonds and Stocks (Excra of market or amortized alue, whichever 11 lower, over ledger value) Assets Cash 69,233,004 Bonds (including $6,157,046 on deposit with public authorities) United States Government Bonds 1,568,317,000 Other Bonds 1,186,278,055 Preferred and Guaranteed Stocks. 29,217,393 Common Stocks 882,857 Mortgage Loans 422,600,542 Real Estate 49,780,359 Loans on Society's Policies 130,187,180 Interest and Rentals Due and Accrued 24,618,683 Premiums Receivable and Other Assets 26,868,388 Total Admitted Assets $3,507,983,461 Total Reserves and Other Liabilities $3,321,633,800 Unaasigned Funds (Surplus) 181,719,661 Other Contingency Reserves 4,630,000 Total Reserves, Other Liabilities and Surplus.

$3,507,983,41 In accordance with requirement! of law, all bond, subject to amortization are Mated at their amortized value, all other bond, and rrocki are valued at the market quotation, furniihed by the National Auociuion of Insurance Commiaaionersor at amortized value (in the caae of whichever lower. BALTIMORE HEADQUARTERS ROY R. HALE, Agency Manager, 23rd Floor, O'Sullivan Building KIRKMAN SILHOUETTES by ftW iiretsoV THAT'S WHY THEY'RE SO KIND AND GENTLE TO HANDS. 'WE SURE WHIZ THROUGH DISHES SINCE WE STARTED USING PURE WHITE KIRKMAN FLAKES. AND WHAT A VALUE 44M0REFLAKS On THEY'RE SAFE AS 1 TOILET SOAPS MADE TO THAN OTHER LEADING LUXURY BRANDS!" U.

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