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) i i~ il i, ?! B - The Oklahoma Wheat Grower, January, 1973 PIONEER . . . Continental has been writing Association Insurance since 1933, when cov- erage was created for the Cleveland Teachers Associa- tion, which still today relies upon Continental's Association Plan. LEADER... Continental un- derwrites over 2,300 associa- tions in the United States. SPECIALIST... Continental maintains an entire division de- voted exclusively to Associa- tion Insurance. Continental has paid more than two billion dollars in claims and other payments in all departments to policyhold- ers and their beneficiaries. Continental issues approxi- mately 3 1/2 minion policies, certificates and renewals each year. The parent organization, CNA Financial Corporation, has combined assets in excess of $3 1/4 billion, with a surplus to policyholders of over $550 mil- lion. Continental has a General Policyholder's Rating of Ex- cellent (A) and a Financial Rat- ing of AAAAA, which is the highest given. Continental is licensed in all of the Union, District of Colum- bia, Dominion of Canada, Pan- ama Canal Zone, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. "The keystone of any worth- while association is service. The Association either provides a demonstrable number of bona fide services or it experiences difficulty in keeping old mem- bers and attracting new ones. There is probably no better service an association can pro- vide its eligflge members than a specifically designed and equitably priced health insur- ance plan. H total dlsabflit) strikes a member and he can find in his association insurance plan the financial assistance he needs during his emergency the organization has Justified its very existence to him. Thou- sands of associations such as yours throughout the country have insurance plans in force and are thereby enjoying better coverage at lower cost. Contin- ental's Association Plan of In- surance offers many advantag- es to your association as a whole and to the individual members of your association. This is a unique program not offered to the General Public on an individual basis. Protec- tion of this kind can be offered only to members of a bona fide Association. Therefore, this Association can perform a de- finate service for its members by making this plan available. The Branch Manager is Rich- ard L. Bates and Woody Wool- wine is Oklahoma's Special Agent out of Enid. U.S. Wheat Continues Moving USDA's Export Marketing Service announced November 7 that an additional 72,873 metric tons of U.S. wheat had been sold to the People's Republic of China. This amount brings the total of known U.S. wheat sales to China thus far this year to 506,689 metric tons, including 406,400 tons announced Sept- ember 14 and 26,399 tons announced October 31. Based on inspections at U.S. ports, a total of about 327,000 metric tons of this wheat had been shipped by November 3. ON RUTH-BERRY JET PUMPS...3 YEAR WARRANTY ON TANKSI. In Pumping Ranges to 250 feet. From 3 to 50 gal. per minute. Cannot Lose Its Prime. pmctkdy impodde to gurd From *No Control Valves *Will Pump Air and Shut off on Weak Well: *Will not Burn out Seal for lack of water iiiml HYDRO CONVERTIBLE JET PUMPS FOR DEPTHS TO 120 FEET. See Your RUTH-BERRY Dealer III I OVER 200 DEALERS TO SERVE YOU H No Dealer In Your Area Contact: PUMPS OF OKLAHOMA, INC. 1220 N W 3rd 405-235-2695 P.O. Box !124 Ok City, Oklahomo 73102 HIGH LEVEL DISCUSSION---Edwin Osmus, chairman of the Oklahoma Wheat CommJ discusses wheat problems with Earl Abernathy, Grower president, right, and Dave chairman of the Growers Membership, Finance and Budget committee. II 8:00 a.m. p.m. 405-848- 28 MOSTELLAR DRIVE OKLAHOMA 73112 , 405-848-2839 A large number of OKLAHOMA WHEAT GROWERS members now are participants in Continental Casualty's plan of health insurance. Program Numerous We Are Making New Friends Daily! ou o, can incl This plan offers you these special advantages: 1. Money - saving "group" rates. 2. Broad coverages, some of which not generally available on an individual basis, with other companies. FILL IN AND MAlL THIS COUPON, TO GET FULL INFORMATION: DiDiDglOaliinglnailligilUgiilnniit Please provide me with complete information about your OKLAHOMA WHEAT GROWERS association~ plan of Health Insurance, and Its benefits. I understand that this request for information places me under no obligation. Name Address iiii up Town 5900 Montellar BRANCH Ot:FICE" Drive Oklahoma City, 405-848-2839 Oklahoma 773112