#20th Century Bomb: 1954They Make Us Look Cool!
Hope everyone can make it to this year’s Chesterfield
Cigarette Smoking Contest.
Because of a recent bout with lung cancer, last year’s winner Trenton Bellmayer
won’t be there to present this year’s proud puffer the gold plated, baseball bat-sized “Chesterfield Golden Smoke” award - his widow, Connie,
will do the honors instead.
The late Mr. Bellmayer won the 1953 contest by puffing 10 cigarettes a minute — that’s 600 an hour, folks — for six straight days.
That's a grand total of 86,400 cigarettes!
Besides the Golden Smoke award, the winner also gets a lifetime supply of Chesterfields
Hey pal, can I bum one of your Chesterfields
? I left mine in the cigarette machine.
And can I have a light? I don't do magic.
Ha, ha, ha. ... (BENNETT VAN BRONSON)
A.) Martinis, bazoombas, and cigarettes ... now that's living.
B.) Chesterfield tastes good like a (clap clap) cigarette should.
C.) Does anyone have Connie Bellmayer's telephone number?