National Geographic : 1941 Feb
The man who always makes them think of Jim... On the first of every month, there's something very precious in the mailman's bag when he stops at the Wilson's little white house on Maple Street .. It doesn't look much differ ent from other letters-just a plain brown business envelope -but it brings security and comfort to Jim Wilson's widow and his daughter. Hl51iMMI And it brings memories, too, of a thoughtful, loving father who gave up small luxuries for him- self so that his wife and child would always have the priceless gift of independence. Ten years ago Jim Wilson sat down with his Prudential agent and planned the protection that means so much to his widow and daughter. Jim wasn't making a great deal. But he found-just as so many others have-that it costs surprisingly little to give your family the security ofPrudential life insurance protection. The Prudential HOME OFFICE: NEWARK, N. J. DO YOU KNOW THIS ABOUT LIFE INSURANCE? Q: How will The Prudential pay my beneficiary? A: Under Prudential Ordinary policies, you may select any one of the following ways, or leave the choice to your beneficiary. * Cash payment in one lump sum. A monthly income of a definite amount continuing for life. * Installment payments of a defi nite amount for a limited num ber of years. Or the insurance money can be left with the company and the interest paid to the beneficiary. Withdrawal of all or part of the principal may be arranged for as desired. INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."