In Fatima the Difference is Quality (Sep, 1951)
That’s a pretty specific claim. Not the best cigarette, just the best long cigarette.
In Fatima the Difference is Quality
“I smoked FATIMAS when I was a Midshipman. I still do… because they have a better flavor and aroma. FATIMA is easily the best of all long cigarettes.”
VICE ADMIRAL Leland Lovette
U. S. N. (RET.)
FATIMA Best of All Long Cigarettes
BUYING A PASSWORD MODEM CAN SAVE YOU UP TO $250. (Jul, 1984)
I don’t understand the “AND THAT AIN’T HAYES!”. I mean, I know that Hayes was the dominant modem at the time, but what is the reference to? It sounds like it should be “and that ain’t pocket change” or something…
BUYING A PASSWORD MODEM CAN SAVE YOU UP TO $250.
AND THAT AIN’T HAYES!
You can bank on it. Your outlay will be less than if you settle for our major competitor, but not your output! A Password’” modem sends and receives up to 120 words a minute. Provides both 1200 and 300 baud capacity. Offers total interchangeability that lets you transmit information from any make microcomputer to any other make. And your investment is protected by a 2-year warranty.
Helium Once Worth $5,000 Costs under Two Cents (Dec, 1936)
It looks like Helium will remain cheap, at least for a few more years. (BTW, every single publication I saw felt the need to make a Helium pun in the headline)
Helium Once Worth $5,000 Costs under Two Cents
Twenty years ago it would have cost you $5,000 to buy enough helium gas to inflate a small balloon about two and one-half feet in diameter. Today the same amount of gas can be had for one and one-half cents. The drastic reduction in the price of helium since 1916 is due to the discovery by the U. S. Bureau of Mines of a method of recovering helium from natural gas instead of from the air.