Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 1, 1972 · Page 25
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September 1, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

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Friday, September 1, 1972
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T HIS is a hospital plan for people who "never get sick." If you're one of them, please keep reading. You're probably under 45. If not, you're what people call "the picture of health." Probably had nothing worse than a little cold—or indigestion from overeating—since you "can't remember when." You figure, who ne°tis hospital insurance? Maybe you're right. But suppose you're wrong? After all, over 30 million people will go to the hospital this year. And you could be one of them. Why gamble with your health or your family's—when right now it's so easy for you to "play it safe"? We call it the Guaranteed Cash Plan. It's different from other plans. We pay you cash whether you stay healthy or go to the hospital. Here's the way the plan works. If you go to the hospital while under age 65, you get up to $600.00-a-month tax-free cash. Paid directly to you, to use as you see fit. If you don't go to the hospital you still collect cash from this plan. Yes, if you or a covered adult member of your family receives no benefits during 10 years of continuous coverage, the premiums you paid for yourself or for that family member are returned to you in full. Even if another adult family member collects benefits, you still may get a premium refund. And if you don't collect benefits for your children during that period, you will receive a full refund of their premiums, too! As you can see, this plan may cost you absolutely nothing. Can you spare a quarter? Because that's all it costs to try the plan. This introductory 25^ premium will cover you and your entire family for a month. Then if you like the plan, you may continue at rates as low as $4.55. If you don't, you can cancel out. (We'll even return your quarter.) How can you lose? Fine. Keep it. But even if you have group plans or Medicare, don't expect miracles. Plans like these may not pay all the bills. Most basic plans don't cover many doctor bills. Transfusions. Ambulance service. Orthopedic aids. Drugs. Medicines. Post- hospital nursing care. Most plans also set a limit on how much they'll pay and for how long. Worse than that— none of these plnns pays one cent toward household bills that never stop . . . even when you're in the hospital. You get the idea. That's what the National Home Guaranteed Cash Plan is for: to pay bills basic health plans may not pay! Dear Friend Who's ever heard of a health insurance company that returns all the money a policyholder has paid in premiums — and protects him against hospital costs at the same time? I think National Home's plan — especially with its money-back feature is one of the best supplemental insurance plans you can give your family. I'm happy to give this plan my wholehearted endorsement. I've made a point of getting to know the folks at National Home. I've seen the way they handle claims, too — quickly and efficiently. Believe me, when you need them, they'll be there to help you. That's why I cannot imagine anybody passing up the chance to enroll in this health plan — especially when you remember that you get paid whether you go to the hospital or stay well. You can cover your whole family for the first month for only 25c. Then continue at the low monthly rates. How can you beat a hospital plan that guarantees you cash if you go to the hospital — and returns every dollar you paid if you stay well? Take my advice. Send the enrollment form now — before you forget. Sincerely, Art Linkletter Member of the Board of Directors, National Home Life Assurance Company

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