Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 16, 1972 · Page 161
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July 16, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 161

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A *"* i V -~-a!s r ' ; 1. What it the Cash/Ph» Plan? The Cash/Plus Plan is · low-cost plan that pays extra cash directly to you-from the very first day while you or covered family member is hospitalized for a covered sickness or accident ·I hawing tog* to*e One out of 7 people do each year. It could be your wife, your children or you. Think of the additional bills you will have if hospitalized. You could count on up to $18,750 with Cash/ Plusl 3L at so taw a ceetr Because of mass enrollment throughout the country and because costs are kept to the barest minimum with savings passed along to you in lower premiums! Cash/Plus pays you $750 tax free cash every month ($25 a day) for up to 25 months of covered hospital confinement This means as much as $18,750 for each hospital benefit Same big benefits as yours - $750 a month ($25 a day) for up to 25 months of covered hospital confinement under age 65. 6. ArematemM* Yes. Unlike many companies, National-Ben Franklin Life pays $750 a month ($25 a day) for up to 25 months during your wife's hospital confinement for pregnancy (and its complications) which begins while both of you are insured. No separate charge) afCaaty flirt Yes, for adults under 65 Cash/Plus pays $25 a day for up to 30 days of each benefit period. Up to $750 added to your hospital benefit dollars for a total of $1,500! (Equally generous benefits for other age groups.) Even regular recovery room service is covered after 24 hours. Caak/l Yes, and many plans do not Regardless of age, it pays $15 a day for up to 30 days for each hospital benefit period - up to $450 for nursing home or hospital conval- escent unit confinement which starts within 7 days of a 3-day (or more) covered hospital stay for the same condition. ». WMCaah/rtatalMcawofewcMdren? Yes. We pay up to $11.250 - $15 a day for up to 25 months for any of your insured children's benefit periods. Plus: up to $450 ($15 a day) additional benefits for more than 24 hours' confinement in the intensive care unit and up to $450 ($15 a day) nursing home care. One low premium covers all your children-age one month to 19 years-no matter how many. And when you have child coverage, each new baby is covered automatically after one month at no additional charge. 10. *·**«· At age 65, Cash/Plus pays you up to $18,150... for up to 25 months (over two years!) for each hospital benefit period: $450/month - $15/day - the first two months; $750/month - $25/day - for the next 23 months of hospital confinement The $750 benefit means more money when you need it most - when your Medicare stops. Yes. At-age 65 or over, $15 a day for 30 days (up to $450) to added to your hospital benefit payment if you are in the intensive cam unit for more than 24 hours. And you, too, can collect $15 a day for up to 30 days nursing home 12. What is the Waiver of Premium benefit? Any premiums falling due after you have been hospitalized continuously for more than 60 days will be waived by the company for as long as that hospital benefit period continues. You never pay us back! This extra 'benefit keeps your protection in force when you need it most and can afford it least (Naturally, premiums can be waived only for hospitalization of the insured policyholder.) 13. Whet am I paid far teas 0wi a i You're paid l/30th of your monthly benefits for each day of confinement from the first day. B6 PARADE · (ULY 16, 1972

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