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TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1050 BIATHBVILLE, (ARK.) COUTUER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Which picture would you like to Tonight, sit back for a few moments and picture in your mind a couple of the things you've always dreamed of doing. Like the time you thought how nice it would he to buy that trailer and take a look at some more of this great big country . . . Or the delicious feeling you got when you toyed " with the idea of sitting in the sun in front of your own summer home . . . Or that kingly sensation you experienced at the idea of prowling down some strange river in a power boat of your own . . . And then you would write the whole thing off as just a dream, just because your savings just wouldn't s-t-r-e-t-c-h that far. Well . . . don't. A picture like that deserves to be developed. And here's how. Tomorrow, at work, say to your cashier: "Look, Ernie (or Bill, Emma, Mr. Brown or whoever), I want to buy that power boat I've always had my mind set on, and by jiggers, I'm gonna have it! Put me down on the Payroll Savings Plan." That's all. Every payday, from now on, a small sliver of your pay will mysteriously find its way into a U. S. Savings Bond—automatically and with no pain on your part. Before you know it, you're going to have an interest- bearing Bond . . . then another . . . then another . . . and another. When you look at these Bonds, when they mature ten years from now—lo and behold!—they'll mean your boat, or your summer home, new living-room furniture, or almost anything you thought you'd never own. Simple? Yes. Worthwhile? Ask your neighbor. Safe? Best in the world. And a fine time to start buying U. S. Savings Bonds is now —during the Independence Drive . . . now —• when all your friends are doing just that. So take care of it first thing tomorrow. If you're self- employed, ask at your bank about the Bond-A-Month Plan. The results are just as gratifying. Save for your independence -buy U.S. Savings - THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING PROGRESSIVE BLYTHEVILLE AUTOMOBILE DEALERS Chamblin Sales Co. • Phillips Motor Co. • T. I. Seay Motor Co. • Elytheville Motor Co. 61 Motor Co. • Motor Sales Co. • Shelton Motor Co. • Burnett Hudson Sales Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Co. • Horner-Wilson Motor Co. • Still & Young Motor Co. • Langston-McWaters Buick Co. • Noblt Gill Pontiac, Inc. /s Is an official U. S. Treasury advertisement— prepared under tuspices of Treasury Department and Advertising Council.