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AMCO NEWS Vol. XXIII No. 6 Adams - Milli s Co rpo ration Nov. -Dec. , 1965 SAVINGS BOND CANVASS SET FOR DECEMBER 1 Dear Fellow Employees: One of the safest and most con venient ways to save and invest money for our future is through the Payroll Savings Plan for regular purchase of United States Savings Bonds. Many of you have saved regularly for years by taking advantage of our payroll deduc tion plan, and your company has been happy to maintain this plan as a service to you, affording a systematic plan to save for the things we want most. Beginning December 1, your com pany, in cooperation with the United States Treasury, is conducting a Sav ings Bond Canvass in our plants. Many of you have, no doubt, been planning to sign up for Bond deduction but have been putting it off for a better and more convenient time. Now is the time for you to sign up with many others. L«t me point out, however, that if you do not sign up now, you may sign up at any time it is convenient for you. Each of you will be contacted by a fellow employee or supervisor who will be prepared to answer any questions concerning this easy way of saving. All you have to do to invest regularly in Bonds is to fill in the authorization card indicating how much you want to save each pay day and what size Bond you want issued. Your Bond deduction au thorization can be cancelled at any time you find it necessary. §r0l ® iSAVEWITH WINGS BONDS j Pbyroll Swings THE STAR SPANGLED SAVINGS PLAN FOR ALL AMERICANS UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS Because we believe thrift is impor tant to the individual, as well as the nation, we urge all of our employees to take advantage of this opportunity which will enable them to enjoy a larger share in a greater tomorrow. Series E Savings Bonds mature in 7 years, 9 months, returning to you $4. 00 for each $3. 00 you invest. Sincerely, J. H. Millis, President U. S. Savings Bonds account for more than 20 per cent of the publicly- held portion of the Government's debt. They are described by Treasury offi cials as the keystone of the national debt structure.