The Daily Record, Monday, January 18, 1054
Insurance Notes 'Hi-Fi-Etf Is New PTA Health Group Vogt To Pay 20c
S-C Phonograph Schedule Home Talks Directors of Vogt Mfg. Co. has de-
Auto Manual Out Newest Stromberg-Carlson model
and a surprise entry in the low-priced
clared the regular quarterly dividend
The January meeting for health of 20 cents a share on the common
chairmen of all parent-teacher asso- stock, payable Mar. 1 to stockholders
A NEW APPROACH to the auto New business amounted to $327,-' portable phonograph field is the com- ciations in the city and county, span- of record Feb. 8.
finance insurance problem of dealers, 943,466, a gain of 20 per cent over pany's "Hi-Fi-Et", introduced to dis- sored by the Health Assn. of Roches' __o—'• ^
finance companies and banks is dis- 1952, the previous record year for the tributors at a meeting last week in ter and Monroe County, will feature a
Our land has a score of towns
played in the Auto Insurance Under- company which was founded in 1846. Chicago, at $98.95. program on work simplification in
named Waterloo—but it's never met
writers Manual, recently published.! Life insurance protection in force The Hi-Fi-Et is designed to meet the home.
Two letters from prominent auto in the company showed an increase, the demands for top performance in The meeting this month has been
dealers are produced to prove the of $207,559,566, bringing the total musical reproduction and for ready scheduled for Wednesday at 1:30 p. m.
When Ton Arc Thlaklag « t
practical worth of the plans sug- insurance in force to $2,655,263,707. portability, so the "hi fi" enthusiast at the Health Assn. headquarters,
gested. The author, Doug Henson, I
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can have music available anytime and 973 East Ave. Program for the meet-
has spent more than 25 years work- j ' anywhere. Its superior performance 8 n a s b e e n planned by the heart BBIGGS * 8TBATTOH
James S. Cervini, 1020 Buffalo ' results from use of an extended range committee of the association.
ing on finance material damage in- Consult Us — No Obligation
Rd., a field representative in the push-pull audio amplifier, with an Frances Elizabeth Searles, a staff
surance problems. j THAT'S OUR BUSINESS
Rochester agency of Continental audio response from 50 to 15,000 member of the association working
He is well known for a long history
of achievement in consumer credit
American Life Insurance Co.,
ranked among the company's top
cycles per second, controlled nega- with the Heart Committee, will speak
banking and auto dealer problems. ' tive feedback, and an 8-inch Strom- on the topic, "Ease Your Work", and iHHHJSUiSBBviCKi
10 in 1952 sales, it was reported
Much of his experience was with the
finance and insurance divisions of
berg-Carlson concert-type permanent
Audio output is listed conservative-
a film, "Heart of the Home", will be
755 ororant *», ow. M M I
Open Evening* by AupolataMati
The whole history of the auto ly at 7.5 watts. Separate bass and
finance business and auto consumer
credit is reviewed. The gradual de-
Trade Winds— I treble controls provide a wide range
j and complete selectivity of tonal re- I
velopment of the retrospective, profit
sharing, and contingent commission
(Continued from Page One) jsponse, with emphasis on "lows" and
"highs" as desired.
agency agreements and the basic ele-
ments and use of these agreements consumers.
of adjustment to the real wants of
are discussed from the background of Commodity Prices Up Distinction of design, function sad
"THE REAL task of readjustment
after a boom is not performed by The upward movement in the Dun efficiency i i portrayed by this
The manual sells for $32.50 and is government, but by business itself un-
& Bradstreet daily wholesale commod- smartly appointed executive's desk.
distributed by Northwest Insurance
der the pressure of contracting mar- ity price index was accelerated this Finished la luxurious T mU W
News, Henry Bldg., Portland 4, Ore-
kets and tightening competition. Dead week. The index closed at 275.65 Hemtrs-tom grey, it harmonlxes wish
wood is cut out. Inventories are re- Ian. 12. up from 273.92 a week
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i rotor tdheme of \
duced. Unsound .projects are aban- earlier, although slightly below the
Philip O. Works, general agent doned. Price and cost relationships 278.24 recorded on the corresponding
here for the Penn Mutual Life In- are realigned. Operating inefficien- date a year ago. Vi$it our ihawroom or phty— for
surance Co., attended a three-day cies in labor and management are , o
conference to PMtodelpbfa last eliminated or diminished. The qual- j VAWMANANDFftBEMFG.ft).
week, sponsored joindy by the com- • o f
psny ant tne national General d>
^ ^ . ^ ^ £
values are written I
At the Chamber 1089 JAY S T R E E T GEnesoe 1 7 2 1
A. scuts Assn i
• — down to realistic levels. Consumers* i The following organizations have
wants are reexamined. The lost art of | -cheduled meetings today in the
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Chamber of Commerce Building Reserve District N&, 2
THE ROBERT M. Williamson salesmanship is rediscovered.
Agency, local representatives for the ' "inflationary shots-in-the-arm ad- 12:15 p. m. REPORT OF CONDITION OF
nn ticut M tual Life Insurance ministered by the government may C of C—Rochester Health Council;
Co., chalked up a gain of 18 per cent s e e m t o of f er a n e a s y w a y oal
in the amount of new life insurance flation or reflation, however, is no
In- Export Marketing; Civic Develop-
ment—Suburban & Executive. GENESEE VALLEY TRUST Co.
protection written during 1953, as substitute for readjustment. It merely J aycees—Executive Committee; Gov- OF ROCHESTER 14, NEW YORK.
compared with 1952. prolongs the maladjustments and ernment Affairs
The Connecticut Mutual _as a strengthens the forces tending to cause IMC—Mr. Swift; Mr. Toole; Mr. Sut- at the close of business on December 31, 1953, published in aceordsnee
whole had a record-breaking year. recession. The final outcome must ter. with s call made by the Superintendent of Banks pursuant to the
be either a truly disastrous business Others—Masonic Service Bureau; provisions of the Banking Law of the State of New York.
slump or a chronic inflation. And Monroe Golf Club; Baptist Union;
Advertising Council — Chest TV; ASSETS
U>ca! S t o c k s chronic inflation, as many countries
have learned to their cost, i s no CSA—Arthritis & Rheumatism; En-
r Cash, balances with other banking institutions, including re-
Unofficial prices obtained from Na- gineers Week; Purchasing Agents; serve balances, and cash items in process of collection $ 7,430,525.90
tional Association of Security Deal- solution for anything, not even for s United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed.. 20382,662.67
ers. They do n o t represent actual business recessions." Sons of American Revolution; Obligations of States and political, subdivisions 8,464378.19
transactions. Art Directors; RAUN — Board;
BAinc S T O C K S
lU-itjaned by Consniidatpd News Other bonds, notes, and debentures 902388.04
Bid Asked Features Inc. CSA — Family-Children Division; Loans and discounts (including $2,527.09 overdrafts) 22,988,008.9*
Central T r u s t 36% 38 1 * Rochester Field Club; National Of- Banking premises owned $1,016,096.25, furniture and fixtures
Genesee Valley T r u s t . . . 42 45
fice Management Assn.; Tower $32,351.31 . . . , %048.447.8fl
Lincoln Roch. T r u s t . . . 51% 54% Other assets ., . 293392.88
Security T r u s t 55 58 Women Meet At YWCA Club.
6 p. m, TOTAL* ASSETS $57,000302.23
Bausch & Lomb 1114 12% Members of the Rochester Business
Bausch & Lomb pf 62 63 C of C—SEC—Shirtsleeve Session at
Capital P l a s t i c s 3% 4 & Professional Women's Club will
EH Noc 3% 4% meet for dinner and a business meet- I University Club. ' LIABILITIES
Fanny Parmer 20% 22%
ing at 6 p. m. tomorrow at the i 6:15 p. m.
Fashion Park 12 14 Demand d e p o s i t s of individuals, partnerships, and corporations. $27,777429.71
Oarlock Packing 19% 21 Y. W. C. A. I IMC—Superintendents. '
Genesee B r e w i n g A 16 16% Time deposits o f individuals, partnerships, and c o r p o r a t i o n s . . . 14344,921.25
Genesee B r e w i n g B 16 16%
Other—Touchdown Club. Deposits of U n i t e d States Government 956,880.18
Gerber 31 34 7 p. m. Deposits of S t a t e s and political subdivisions 7,510360.50
Haloid 33 35 Deposits of banking institutions ...,,,%.*,..,.. 383*9.27
Haloid pfd 50 63 To Hold Meeting Others—American Society of Safety
Pfaudler 25 27 Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, e t c ) 48435637
Kichardson i S% Engineers; American Institute of
The Rochester. Needlecraft Club TOTAL DEPOSITS $51,418397.76
Rochester B u t t o n 10% 11% Banking.
Roch. Oas & Blec. p f d . . . 90% 92 Other liabilities .-. t 964328.50
Roch. Gas & Elec. 34.10. 91 92% will hold its regular meeting in the I 7:30 p. m.
Roch. Gas & Elec. J4.75. 100 102 craft room of the Rochester Museum Other Basketball Officials.
Roch. Telephone 14 15% T O T A L L I A B I L I T I E S ( n o t including subordinated obli-
Roch. Telephone pfd. . . . 99 103 of Arts & Sciences Thursday at 8 l 8 p. m. g a t i o n s shown b e l o w ) $52378328.28
Rochester T r a n s i t 3% 4
Sibley, Lindsay 25% . . o'clock. Other—Industrial Rose Society.
Smith. Hungerford 81 34
Stecher T r a u n g 15 17 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Stromberg-Carlson 30 31%
Stromberg-Carlseii pf... 72 75 Cnpital* i f l l i l t i > • • • • * * • * t * » i .$ 2^00300.00
Taylor I n s t r u m e n t
Rochester Abstract Corporation Surplus fund
,.,.,. . 2,00030830
Todd Co. A 8% . .
Todd Co. B 8% 9%
Upson Co 16 17% 703 Union Trust Building TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 4,622,47537
w m . Simon Brew 30 1.00
BONDS BAker 7183 ^ L LIABILITIES A N D CAPITAL A C C O U N T S . .$57300302.23
Fashion Park I s '63 70 74
Hickok 77 *This Institution's capital consists of common stock w i t h total
Roch. T r a n s i t 4SA 19R8 90 par value of $2,200,000.00,
Roch. Transit 4%B 1958 72
For Safety Call a MEMORANDA
Assets p l e d g e d or assigned t o secure liabilities and for other
purposes $ §327495.14
Minimum chars;*, SOe. / , J. W, Jardlm, President, of the above-nnmed inztUvtUm, h*r*b$ w r -
One Insertion, 4c p«r word tify that the above statement i* trvs to the best of by knowledge and belief.
Additional Insertion* te p»r
10% Discount for Cash
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