"Consider, you people in your thirties, forties and fifties: Within a relatively few years - time goes swiftly at your age, you kno - most of you will lose your jobs. Not fired, but retired. Some will be all but barred from earning a living any more, others will be strongly discouraged from it. Yet you will still have to eat, keep a roof over your head and clothes on your back, visit doctors, and have enough left to finance the special enjoyments that make retirement something to look forward to, not something to dread. Between now and your 65th birthday, therefore, it is up to you to make sure that income will continue when job stops."
Good Reading Rack Service, 1959