On front of card: 'Eisenhower Motor Court. Newport, Tennessee.' on back of card: 'Eisenhower Motor Court. 1/2 Mile West of Post Office. Newport, Tennessee. U.S. Highway 25, 70, and 411. Modern Hotel Rooms. Electrically Heated -- Tiled Showers. Short drive to Smoky Mountain National Park. Esso Service Station in Connection with Court. For Reservation - phone 3381. Mr. & Mrs. R.C. Porter, Owners & Managers. AAA.'
On front of card: 'Joy Court. Sweetwater, Texas. 'On the Broadway of America - Highway No. 80.' on back of card: 'Joy Court. Highway 80. Sweetwater, Texas. One of the largest and finest tourist camps in West Texas, Cottages with every modern convenience - close to downtown. We have Grocery Store - Cafe - Filling Station - Play Grounds. A home away from home. 'Air Cooled in Summer.'
On front of card: 'Wind Mill Motel and Restaurant. Nicholasville, Kentucky.' on back of card: 'Wind Mill Motel and Restaurant. Photes: 9101-505F12. Seven miles south of LEXINGTON on U.S. 27. Nicholasvile, KY. Eighteen Rooms and eighteen Baths, Steam Heated, with Radios in each room. Excellent Food. Chicken and Steak a Specialty. New and Completely Modern.'
On front of card: 'Tea Room and Service Station. The Windmill Tourist Camp, Seneca Falls, N.Y. 125 Miles East of Niagara Falls, N.Y. Routes 5 and 20.' on back of card: 'Windmill Tourist Camp. Consisting of 14 furnished cottages, Tea Room, and an Old Dutch Windmill Service Station, housing rest rooms and shower baths. Ideally located in the heart of the Finger Lakes Section. Phone 509, Seneca Falls, N.Y.'
On front of card: 'Sanders Court & Cafe. Corbin - Kentucky. Corbin, Ky. Junct. U.S. 25, 25E and 25W. 32 Rooms - 32 Baths. At Asheville N.C. 5 Miles North. At Junct. U.S. 25, 70, 19, and 23.' on back of card: 'Sander's Court. Corbin, KY. Asheville, N.C. H.D. Sanders, Owner-Mgr. Offer complete accommodations with tile baths (abundance of hot water), carpeted floors, 'perfect Sleeper' beds, air conditioned, steam heated, radio in every room, open all year, serving excellent food.'
Sealed canister created by General Motors, made of DuPont's Zytel, trapped gasoline vapors so they couldn't escape into the atmosphere. Attached to every model of General Motors vehicle in 1970. From Compilation Reel 02.
Ethyl Corporation (Sponsor), Audio Productions, Inc. (Production company)
A film story about high compression power. Provides a brief history of human transportation, engine developments, and energy consumption, from the invention of the hand-hewn cart wheel to the gasoline-fueled combustion engine. Explains how gasoline quality is improved using additives like ethyl fluid, which allows engine compression to increase.