Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 1, 1962 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Friday, June 1, 1962
Page 11
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PAYS FOR ACCIDENTS '"' at- : : ; : HOME WORK SCHOOL PLAY on the FARM Pays for accidents while walking or riding. Fays in addition to other personal insurance. 24-H0(/*S-A-DAr PROTECTION PAYS CASH DIRECTLY TO YOU LOW COST Pays In Addition To Your Other Insurance OUTLINE OF COVERAGE National Casualty Co. Accident Policy HM 7550-U Pay» TYPE OF ACCIDENT Railroad Passen- er Car Wreck Street Railway Wreck Subway, Elevated Interurban Passenger Elevator Pedestrian FOR LOSS OF LIFE $10,000 $5,000 INCREASING TO $7,500 Total Disability Per Month Maximum ,$60x5-$300 $60x5-$300 $3,000 INCREASING TO $4,500 - Wreck Automobile,' Bus Taxicab, Steamship Bicycle Wreck Burning Buildings Collapsing Walls Lightning-Cyclone Tornado-Hurricane or Windstorm Falling Objects Drowning Earthquake OTHER ACCIDENTS at Home, at Work, on the Farm, al School, at Play, while Traveling, etc. $1,000 INCREASING TO $1,500 $200 INCREASING TO $300 $60x5-$300 $30x5-$150 $20'x3-$60 ACCUMULATION BENEFITS-AII Death and Dismemberment benefits (except $10,000) increase 1% each month until 50% has been added, as shown above. HOSPITAL EXPENSE BENEFITS of $30.00 per month j-ce paid in addition to disability benefits. (Limit 1 month).' AMBULANCE EXPENSE BENEFITS up to $10.00 MEDICAL EXPENSE BENEFITS-Reinibur.sement for Doctor Bills for minor non-disabling accidents up to, $6.00. (Limit $2.00 per visit). Here's f/ie MODERN/ ecrsy-fo-gef and easy-fo-fceep, insurance fhaf— Pays for V Minor v/ Serious /Fatal ACCIDENTS Today's accidents are one of the greatest threats to individual and family financial security. This insurance is made available to help protect you from the high cost of accidents. . .hospital and medical bills, doctor bills, loss of income when unable to work, etc. Read the outline of coverage below. You'll find benefits paid for everyday minor, serious and fatal accidents. High benefits are paid for specified pedestrian and travel accidents. Adults and children. . .employed persons, housewives, retired men, and women, farmers ... almost everybody can .qualify for this insurance. Pays cash directly to you, too! ELIGIBILITY - Issued to men, women and children between ages 1 and '79 — except those who have lost both hands or feet or sight of both eyes. LIMITATIONS-Death, Dismemberment Disability Benefits reduced one-half under age T5 and after 60th birthday. No reduction .of other benefits account of age. EXCEPTIONS-'- Benefits paid in accordance with terms of policy form HM75500 which is renewable at option of Company. Does not; cover accidents'in a min* pr airplane;, in railroad yard or train except as fare- paying passenger; warfare; auto races; expense items paid under Compensation Insurance. MAIL THIS APPLICATION Keiidenf Agent, NATIONAl CASUALTY CO. % THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE-THE PRESS; looemsport, Ind. I hereby apply for an "Accumulative" Accident Insurance Policy, and enclose $1.00 to cover ihe first 3 months premium. If my application is accepted, I understand about 15 days will be required to Issue my policy and that my protection begins noon of the day policy It issued and dated—not before. I understand policy does not cover ('}) Persons under one year of age or after their 80th birthtlay. (2) Persons blind, deaf, crippled or who have lost ari eye or a limb, (3) While in a mine; (4) Policemen, fireman or operating employees of railways while on duty. Applicant's Full Name?. , Age?. (Print given nomt llk« "Helen M." end la«* name*) Address? .*. I (Street and No. or R.F.D.) (Zone No.) (Clfy ond Stated Name of Beneficiary? ..'....,..... , L . I (Name only on* who must be o memb«r of your family or blood • relation or "Estate") I Relationship Date I hereby subscribe for, or agree to continjj! my subscrip- I tion, to the Pharos-Tribune or The Press, Press Subscriber G Pharos-Tribune Subscriber

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