Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 2, 1963 · Page 26
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 26

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Tuesday. July 2, 1963 Of Most Men By ItAL BdlhLtS NEW YORK <A3P)-You can tell how old A man is by tJie contents A bfrth certificate or a passport only gives his chronological age. frit What he Carrie in his pockets is a better index to his real age —how old he feels, If you turn his pockets inside out, you can also tell pretty well what his problems are, and the kind of hopes, fears and dreams he has. You can tell a lot about his personality. Tills index gets more accurate as a mart gets older. At the age of 10 months, it isn't worth a hoot as a fellow then is still wearing those wraparound loin clothes common to both sexes. But by the time he's 10, our little man's pockets have become a calendar of his being. They are stuffed with the trinkets and treasures of what is known as ft Phone ringing? "the crow age" of childhood. At 20 all of this wonderful baggage of boyhood is gone. His pockets now contain such items as a handkerchief with his initials on it, some cribbed notes for use in his next exam, a photo of his best girl, a little book list* ing the names and addresses of all the other girls who 6vev said hello to him, a pipe and tobacco pouch, the keys to his jalopy, 35 cents in hard cash, and a letter from his father saying if he wants more money he'll either have to earn it—or get better marks in college. At 35 his pockets show another great change. Now they hold an address book noting his business contacts, photos of his mate and their cubs, a half-empty cigarette pack, a note from the bank saying a payment is overdue on his last loan, a plastic five-year calendar presented to him by an insurance agent, a ballpoint pen, and $1.35 in change doled out to him that morning by his wife for lunch money. At 50 our man's pockets are stuffed as they haven't been since he was 10. But now what do we find? We find two or three pens, a pad on which to write memos to himself, children photos five credit of his grand- cards, two dozen cards of business acquaintances, a letter from an old friend Whether you're fixing formula, wielding a mop f or just plain taking it easy ... there's no nicer time to have your | £L *? Uar '_ a telephone just a reach away. One or more phone extensions in your home is the key to convenience for your entire family. Find out now how little it costs to save so much in time and effort. Just call our business office. asking for a loan, a packet of paper hankies, enough pills, pellets and capsules to stock a drug store, a travel ad about Tahiti, three insurance company folders on how to retire early, and two well-worn $10 bills he has kept for emergencies since he was 45. At 70 our man's pockets bulge no more. They contain a piece of string he thriftily picked up while strolling, and the wallet the boys at the office gave him when he retired at 65. The wallet holds an faded letter from the boss saying what a good job he did for the firm for 40 years, and a card saying whom to notify in case some day he doesn't make it back home from the park bench where he sits and watches the world go by. His pockets have come circle. full INTRQ STQTE TELEPHONE COMPRNY Business Office Phone 343-1112 Buoy oh Buoy MIAMI (AP) — A yacht sales broker placed the following signs on restrooms in his showroom: "Buoys" and "Gulls." When you buy a U. S. Savings Bond you do more than save money. You continue a tradition which was begun 187 years ago • . . and needs your support today more than ever before. Tens of millions of Americans put their strength into this fight by buying Savings Bonds month in, month out where they bank or on the Payroll Savings Plan where they work. Dollars for freedom. Bond purchases help keep our Nation strong in a number of ways. Perhaps the most important is the dollars-and-cents assistance to our government in managing the public debt. Bond savings help the individual man­ age his "public debt/' too—another important step to national strength. Your own "bill of rights.* 1 The Savings Bonds Program can help you build for a financially independent future, just as it has helped millions of others. Since 1941, Americans have spent §87 billion in Bond savings for new homes, new businesses, college educations, and happier retirement years. Series E Bonds return §4 at maturity for every $3 invested, and are protected against loss, theft, or destruction. Start saving for your independence today with U. S. Savings Bonds. Keep freedom in your future with •JLflL The U. *SL Government does not poy for this advertising. The Treasury Department tfamks Th0 Advertising CoumU <**d thi* newspaper /or {feu? patriotic support. CARNIVAL Ground Safety HONOLULU (AP)-Paciflc Air Forces units are as safe on the us iff the air, Gen. Emmett O'Donnell Jr., PACAP commander, retried re* cently that the command's major aircraft accident rate had declined by 52 per cent during, the past five years, and tell by 46 per cent during 1962 alone, O'Donnell has now announced that his command has been selected over 12 other major U.S. Air Force commands to receive the Air Force's traffic safety award for last year. O'Donneil's command, with a manpower strength of 65,000, had only three motor vehicle fatalities in 1962. t Merwy* f. Hill EXTRA PROTECTION WHEN YOU _ J _ J ERNSTEIN World-wide protection 24 hours a day for any term "How old-fashioned can you get? Helene 's father says they can't AFFORD a new car!" OPTOMETRIST CONTACT IINSES IYES EXAMINED LIVING 80UND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 343-6117 or 342-3017 333 C. Main Mount • A.M. to • P.M. Ffldayi! • AM. to 3:30 P.M. Wadnaaday'a TU Noon. from 3 days to 6 months (not limited to actual traveling). Good on land, sea or in the air. See MERWYN Hill or DICK WILLIAMS at LAKE W. SANBORN Insurance Agency Mill- 312 HILL ARCADE 343-210f GALESBURG, ILL., THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963 SEC. 2 PAGE 17 This is alt America's outdoor day<*~ when people go all-out for Pepsi I Light, bracing Pepsi- Cola matches your modern activities with a sparkling-clean taste that's never too sugary or sweet. And nothing drenches your thirst PEPSI COLA better than a cold, inviting Pepsi. So think young say Pepsi, please i O 1363. PEPSI-COLA COMfAhf J P«j*i-Cc4*> *OUUBH CO .. floe* UlancL JU., ua4t* tppolalmtxa Uom ?«j*i-Col»> Conway. i

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