National Geographic : 1938 Jul
Who does not thrill to the close of the working day ... the prospect of being free from its responsibilities and cares, even for the brief, fleeting hours be tween one day and the next? And there are few of us who would not like to look forward to a time when we can be forever free .... when at last alarm clocks can ring unheeded, when appointment books may gather dust... when leisure becomes a way of life, not merely a brief respite from a task which must be taken up again on the morrow. Call it a day! Retire a definite number of years from now with the assurance of a regular monthly income you cannot outlive. Such independence is now pos sible to every man and woman who can earn even a modest living today. A John Hancock retirement plan, worked out in a practical manner to suit both your purse and your plans, will begin at once to pay you in freedom from worry about the future ... Later on its guarantee of a regular, unfluctu ating income all your life will give you the greater freedom to enjoy life in your own way. Send for your copy of a new booklet which tells how to prepare for retire ment the John Hancock way. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." N ane ........ ....... ..... Address ...............