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1 Coca Cola) National Geographic 086:2 Have a Coke = How are things goin'?
1944, 
(Coca-Cola). "Have a "Coke" = How are things goin'? ... or being friendly in Newfoundland". The rear cover of The National Geographic Magazine, VolumeLXXXVI, No.2, August 1944. Colour painting of four Coke-bearing U.S. soldi ers by their jeep on a Newfoundland wharf (with fish-house), with one sitting on the edge and handing down the fifth visible bottle to a fisherman in his fish-laden dory. Another dory-man and a fellow in a skiff are also in attendance. Smiles all round. Backround with rocky headland, clouds, but sunlight breaking through. "There's an American way to make new-found friends in Newfoundland. It's the cheery invitation Have a "Coke" - an old U.S. custom that is reaching 'round the world. Its says Let's be friends - reminds Yanks of home. In many lands around the globe, Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refreshes, - has become a symbol of our friendly home-ways. So Coca-Cola belongs in your home, too... ice-cold and ready in the refrigerator. Get a supply today.fighting men meet up with Coca-Cola many places overseas. Coca-Cola has been a globe-trotter "sine way back when". Even with war, Coca-Cola today is being bottled right on the spot in over 35 allied and neutral nations." Also General H.H.Arnold's "The Aerial Invasion of Burma"(pp.129-148); La Verne Bradley's "Women at Work" (pp.193-220); Maj. Robert. Heinl's "Palms and Planes in the New Hebrides"(pp.229-256). Vg. 60.00

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