Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 6, 1972 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 6, 1972
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Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, Sept. 6, 19T3 frf Because anybody but anybody can have a black cat day. Even you. Even today. HOW THIS ACCIDENT POLICY PAYS When you are hospitalized because of a covered accident: $17.00 a day in hospital benefit for as many as 90 days (increasing in 5 years to 150 days). Ambulance benefit: To and from the hospital, up to $30.00. X-ray expense benefit, in doctor's office~or hospital: $10.00. Surgical operation benefit: There is a schedule of specified amounts for fractures, dislocations, skin grafts, etc. Medical expense benefit; Up to $6.00 a visit for 5 visits. Specified disease benefit: 75% of medical and hospital expense incurred in 3 years for leukemia, spinal meningitis, encephalitis, rabies, tetanus, polio, scarlet fever, smallpox, diphtheria, tuleremia, & typhoid, but not more than $1,000.00.^ Accidental death benefits: Double dismemberment pays the same as death, single dismemberment pays one-half. Accidental death benefits reduce one-half at age 65. Increases shown reflect 1% a month in benefit each month policy is in force up to 60 months. Freeway, tollroad, airplane and steamship accidents: $5,000,00 increasing to $8,000.00. Bus, taxi, streetcar, subway, elevated: $3,000.00 increasing to $4,800.00. Automobile, pedestrian, farm, etc., accidents: $1,500.00 increasing to $2,400.00. Other accidents, at home, work, play or school: $500.00 increasing to $800.00. Railroad passenger car accident: $10.000.00. EXCEPTIONS: Does not cover in a mine; warfare; auto races; airplanes, except M a fare-paying passenger on scheduled flight; hernia however incurred; carbon monoxide poisoning; sickness, except those specified, and confinement in a U. S. Veterans Administration hospital. This policy does not pay for any losses due to illness except as outlined in the specified disease benefiit shown above. •RENEWABLE at the option of the Company, The above i» only a partial description of the terms and provisions of National Casualty Company of Detroit policy form HM 6415 U. This newspaper wants you to have this help. Our National Casualty Company of Detroit reader accident policy. It will pay you a benefit of $510 a month for hospital in a covered accident at $17 a day and other valuable benefits, including $5,000 for freeway or turnpike death. And costs $11.50 a year. This could be the day you tangle with a glass door. And break your bank account. Or encounter any one of the other perils of living actively. The toppling ladder, the innocent child's toy on the floor, the onrushing traffic, the car in the wrong lane, losing your brakes. The hurt will run deep. The treatment will be expensive. Offered to you as a reader Your newspaper (we report accidents and know their virulence and frequency) has help for you—a National Casualty Company of Detroit accident Offered as a service to readers. Alton Evening Telegraph Save the day. policy form offered as a service to on* the-go readers. The benefit payments are made directly to you or your assignee. Help you need, help you get They are paid no matter what other insurance you have or collect from other companies, even workmen's compensation and Medicare. (The death and dismemberment benefits alone are reduced one-half at Medicare age, the others are not.) Make this the day you arrange for the good help this policy provides. At a price almost anyone can spare. Use the application. To: Resident Agent, National Casualty Co., care of: Alton Evening Telegraph 111 East Broadway Alton, III. 62002 Amount enclosed $.. n $3 per person for 3 mos. or Q $11.60 per person for full year Make checks payable to National Casualty Company Policies become effective on the 1st day of the month following receipt and acceptance of this application, and do not cover persons who have lost both hands or feet, or flight of both eyes. NAME OF APPLICANTS? I Hot NMM-. —U.1 NMU) Year of . Birth - _______ __ __ (Prlnl Flr.l NMM — UfaUU Initial — UM Nuu) ______ tint N.» — MlddU lahtel— I*M Nuu) __ _ (frlst rirrt Nuu— MUil* laliid— UM N«m.) Yearof Birth _ Datt, Year of Birth - Yearof Birth . Year of Bilth . _ _ __ (P.lot Flm Nw. — HUUU lollUl— UM Nuu) Signature _________ Date Address - (Street & No. or RPD) 8416-C (City & SUte) (Zip) Subscription Agreement—Check One Below n Alton Evening Telegraph U now delivered to us. Q Please start delivery ol Alton Evening Telegraph, agree to pay the regular subscription price.

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