The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 13, 1996 · Page 64
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 64

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, October 13, 1996
Page 64
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Exciting Find for Coke® Collectors... Authentic Replica of a 1960's Coca Cola Vending Machine DROP IN A COIN- Hear the sound of a "Coke" being poured. OPEN THE DOOR- Hear that popular 1960's jingle, "It's The Real Thing" PRESS ON THE 'DISPENSER' BUTTON- Bottles shift to the left. YES, FOLKS. HAVE A COKE... What else could be so refreshing! This intriguing 'vending machine' is a hank-, a music box... a nostalgic look backward at the Sixties. Inspired by the original VENDO-38, it's a gleaming red-and-white 'fridge' chock-full of Coke bottles... over 4 dozen in all. Official Coca Cola Collectible- Each bank Individually numbered. 0)895-1996 THE COCA-COLA COMPANY. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PRODUCED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, OWNER OF THE TRADEMARKS •COCA-COLA*. 'COKE-. THE DYNAMIC RIBBON DEVICE, AND THE DESIGN OF THE CONTOUR BOTTLE. 1-800-81 1-88O2 24-HOUR TOLL-FREE ORDER NUMBER Gleaming Die-Cast Metal- Over 7" tall DROP A COIN IN THE SLOT... And hear that wonderful, effervescent 'gurgle' of a Coke being poured. Press down on the door handle, open the door, and THE MUSIC BEGINS... A rousing chorus of "Coke, It's The Real Thing". Not just a little, tinkly melody...This is the real, 1960's jingle, sung by a lively group of Coca Cola-loving singers. And there's more! Press a button, and those 'frosty bottles' slide down toward the dispenser slots. A VALUABLE COLLECTIBLE... And action-packed fan for the whole family. Crafted of heavy, die-cast metal, the Coca Cola Musical Bank is a remarkable replica of the original. Note the familiar Coca Cola insignia, a very welcome sight for millions of thirsty Americans. The dispenser window, when opened, reveals 9 slots loaded with those beloved bottles of Coke. Size 7 W high, 3 >/2" across. Recommended for all Coca Cola fans over age 8. Uses 2 AA batteries, not included. Official Coca Cola collectible-Each has its own unique serial number. Comes with Certificate of Authenticity. Thank you for your order. 30-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE HERE'S HOW TO ORDER: Please specify the Coca Cola Musical Bank-Item # W808. Along with your name, address, and zip code, send $49.95 plus $4.95 postage and handling. Total $54.90. Make check/M.O. payable to Elizabeth Kaye Collection, and mail to: Elizabeth Kaye Collection, Dept CX-11 Box 9001, Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724-9001 NJ residents please add sales tax. Credit cards welcome-Visa or MasterCard only. Include card name, account number, expiration date. Fulfillment: G&C Associates LEGAL Q&A Why a jury of 'peers'? Q: Where did the phrase "to be tried by a jury of one's peers" come from? Neely Harper, Decatur, Ala. The phrase "lawful judgment of his peers" is written in the Magna Carta, the 13th century document that limited the power of the king of England. So we know it goes back at least that far. The reason for drawing a jury of one's peers (i.e., jurors from the community) is that they are thought to best understand the dispute. Some lawyers have tried Greta Van Susteren are lawyers and hosts of Laws'wyby state. CJecK wftfi to stretch the idea and insist that, for instance, a person charged with drug dealing be tried before a jury of drug dealers. But they have been laughed out of court. Q: I've written a novel In which I depict famous people, such as Donald Trump, In dresses as the world ends. Is this legal? I often see other books and TV shows parody celebs. Mary Finnegan, Albion, N.Y. Usually, and we emphasize usually, a parody doesn't run afoul of copyright or libel law. (Copyright law covers taking someone else's work and improperly using it; libel law covers things you write about someone.) But sometimes offended parties will fight back, arguing, among other claims, copyright violations or libel. To be safe, take your book to a lawyer who specializes in copyright and libel law. Make sure he or she has malpractice insurance. Then, should you lose a lawsuit (which, incidentally and paradoxically, might sell more books), you can turn around and sue for malpractice! E3 Send questions to: "Legal Q&A," USA WEEKEND, RO. Be* 75207, Washington, D.C. 20013 (e-mail:; fax: 703-276-5518). 4§ ONUNE: Review legal advice in USA WEEKEND on America Online. Keyword: USA WEEKEND. 10 USA WEEKEND • Oct. 11-13, 1996

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