National Geographic : 1943 Apr
YOU can't trust to luck, these days. Although war news may push this fact off the front page, it's none the less true that crime has shown no abatement. In this case, burglars looted the safe of a county treasurer's office, obtain ing more than $6,000 in currency and negotiable securities. Con trary to his agent's recommenda tion, the county treasurer had in sured the contents of the safe for only $3,000. Illustrated on this page are other actual cases which are taken from U. S. F. & G. files, showing some of the hazards that demand com plete insurance coverage as a safeguard against financial loss. Consult your Insurance Agent or Broker as you would your Doctor or Lawyer To help you avoid financial jolts, your local U. S. F. & G. agent places at your disposal knowledge of insurance - plus on-the-spot service in the payment of losses. He will be glad to make a Graph ic Audit of your insurance - to help you guard against wartime risks which make such an audit imperative. Your U. S. F. & G. agent is one of thousands serving communities throughout the United States, its possessions, and Canada. Consult him today. tfit by a FALLING TRANSOM BLITZED by a falling transom when he slammed a door be hind him, this man suffered a scalp wound and internal in juries. But the landlord was spared the trouble and expense of alawsuit when U. S. F. & G. settled the claim out of court. If such an accident occurred in your home or business property, would you be protected against suit or claim? Boy Breaks EXPENSIVE WINDOW WHEN boy meets plate glass window, it's bad, as a New York storekeeper discovered. A youngster swung on an awning, causing an unattached support to strike and break the glass. Cost of this "swing session" was nearly $150.00. The glass was re placed by U. S. F. & G. under a plate glass insurance policy. Today plate glass is expensive and scarce. Are your display windows insured? Put it on the Scrap Pile, and see your Insurance Agent! U. S.F.&G. UNITED STATES FIDELITY & GUARANTY CO. and its afiliate, FIDELITY & GUARANTY FIRE CORPORATION Home Ofices Baltimore, Md. - Cod( kf^Lh^L -iyff STAMP THEFTS Total $9,722.86 THE assistant manager of a New York credit office was a stamp collector . . . collecting $50 to 860 a week from the asso ciation's stamp box. This amounted, over the years, to $9,722.86, but under a fidelity bond,U.S.F.&G.paidthe claim. If you are hiring new, un tried employees or carrying larger cash balances, or larger inventories, you need added protection against employee dis honesty ... now.