Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 37
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 37

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, February 22, 1959
Page 37
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WE PAMPA DAltV KfiWS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1939 T'S THE LAW A («Mti !»'•'*' '*«*«»» f f W *tt» **» ** ?««* unordered Merchandise Msl Yeaf (Suppose the mailman delivers to .1 a package containing a neck,.e, n. book, key-ring tags or a 'phonograph, record (hat you didn't order. Either with it, or by later ; ; mail, is a bill on request to re| fait the price. • Do you know your obligations, JL?suminf* you d>n't want the merchandise? Must ivou Return it? Can you use it and not pay for it? |Must you keep i 1 ,, or dan y o u thtoW it away? Generally speaking, recipients of imordered merchar dis>. are under :o obligation U) toreVum it; (b) ;o acknowledge its receipt; (c) to ay for it unless used; (d) to give particular care; or (3i to keep it beyond a reasonable lime. You are obligated to surrender 10 merchandise if called for in 'erson by the shipper or his agent Hhin a reasonable time. But 'on can demand storage charges icfore surrendering' the item. If mail it back at your own ex- iense, you very likely will slay on he sender's mailing 1 list and will: 'cceiye other shipments in the full re. I There are no postal regulations 'overning- unordered merchandise, [Xcept where fraud is involved. '. Congress is working on Icgisla- Ion that will cover the situation, i 'owcver, if you know what, is in he envelope or package, you can *rite "Refused' 1 across the face • ipf the piece of mail and hand it 'lock unopened to the mailman.; further explanation is ref|Uir- ; You rlon't have to accept any of mail. Further, your refusal probably will result in the having to pay return post- (charter members...J C ourtesy John Brockmier, Di'inlap's; Elmer Byars, Poat Office: Ray Beedey, Tex Evans; D. E. Bradford, Poat Office. Ruby Cunningham, Dunlap's; Mt-s. Marvin Cooper, Purvianee Clinic; Nelda Crouch, Moore's Beauty Salon: Jackie Collins, IGA. K. C. Daniels. Police Depart- jment; John Davis, Shamrock Pro. ducts Company; Ruby Daniels, I Blake's Country Store; Sybil Dud- 'ley, Montgomery Ward. Lucy Hernandez, Fabric Center; jNorma Holman, Ollie's Cafe; (Margaret Havenhill. Mose's: Ber- I nice Hoskins, Highland General i Hospital. 1 Jimmy McClure, Ideal Number jl; Doyle Maddox, Dunlap's. ' Cleata Norwood, Montgomery ;Ward: Colleen Neal, Southwest- 'eni Boll Telephone Company; 'Harmcllne Nolle. First National Bank; Laura Nelson, Rose Building Elevator: T. C. Narren, Santa : Fe Ticket Office. May Overall, Levine's; Clyde SHE'S REALLY HAPPY—Regardless of that paw in her eye, Diane Williams, 12, of St. Petersburg, Fla., is a happy girl. She cuddles Lucky, given her by a kennel owner after another pet dog she owned was killed by a car. ;age. 1 A ruling by the Federal Trade !Commission holds it a violation of I the Federal Trade Act for a send- jer of unordered merchandise to claim that "The receiver is under obligation 4 , . to pay for or return the merchandise." Hence, if you don't use the merchandise, y o u are within your rights in refusing to pay for it. If another person's mail is hn- properlv delivered to you, do not open it, a.s such action might make you liable to severe legal per.ali- tie.s. Sut h mail should promptly be re-dcposilrd in a postal box with an appropriate notation thereon, such as the proper address or "not 14 South Blown Street", showing the address to which the mail hnd been delivered. ! (This column, prepared by the State Bar of Texas, is written to inform — not to advise. No person should ever apply or interpret any law without the aid of an attorney who is fully advised concerning the facts involved, because a slight variance in facts may change the application of the law.) BROADCASTS TO VATICAN CITY J.U'.AX (UPI)- -Vatican Radio inaugurated a. new service beamed toward Japan Friday night with a message by Pope John XXIIf. The Pope's message in Latin v.-gs translated into Japanese by ;i Japanese seminarist. Henceforth, broadcasts to Japan will be made regularly on Monday. Wednesday and Friday. The DESIGNER by Velvet Step So smart - so lovable . , In black, brown, bone or Ui.ngpr- inp. , . In pillow-soft glove leather . . . high or mid heels. Sizes ft to in avidlh: AAAA to B ..I... iXVIO.N $14.95 Moccosin-Toe Oxford by City Club So comfnrtablo and so g(jO(j . huikinc ... in l\ p y wood, hind; hrown or s:\iltlle lan. Samp Llniua maleiiiil in loafcis. $14.95 6rgan, Acme Lumber Company; ftwain Orr, Citizien'* BAnR And Trust Company. IJO)A Penson. Boh-Ette Beauty Salon; Sally Ptillen Rex Rose; Vena. Podre, Worley Hospital; Mary Purvis, Courthouse Cafe; Vivian Pierce, Sam Houston Cafeteria; Delsifi Pftdge'tt, Buddy's Super Market. Gloria Rovish, Levine's; Norma. Rhodes. Montgomery Ward; Eleanor Robertson, Rex Rose: Doyle Ricnardson, Monarch Hardware. Ethel C. Stilwell. Security Federa); Mrs. Barbara Shrugs. BAG Hosiery; Gertie Shaw, Dunlap's; I,ii Stweart, Citi/.en's Bank; Bergie Spencer, Bob Clements; Christine Schneider, Kelly - Laycock Clinic: B. F. Smith, Boston's Grocery; Ruth Stevens, Moses. Margaret Thompson, Montgomery Ward; Effi« Thompson, Bud- Taylor, Iftilirtftef lay* Marfcef; Bofi jinn: bale fhut, jAg-ency. I Mr». f e A f n i, Ward; Dora ThbJVUaitbn, Duftlftp't. Herb Utlermaft, Ltv!nS'». Jig-gs Weatherly t Ward; John B. Wfiit*, PW»l*y'». i Mrs, Jo iToung, d And M j vision. | Shirlfty Rlegrel. Penny'iij • Ann |Richardson, Furr'n Market. i Artie Smith, Montgomery Ward; i Ruth Sftweil, Southwestern Public | Service, j Nominated hav* been: i Mrs. Jim Archer, Courthouse: O W. Allston, Culbftrsoft Chevrolet. ! Juanlla Bigg;*, F. W. WoohVorlh; i Lloyd Bennett. IGA Food Liner. i Bill Berry, Frontier Perforators; ;R. Bogue, Radcliff Supply. 1 Henry Crump, Buddy'* g u p e r j 6Rrt«tMr CUffiff, di«tfttr«; Pftti! GRilMf f f»fti«fy bisi« Dbtoft, Olftift! ,r, c Glenn F^minfrl, Whitt'l Awtf Stoti, Roy O^od^lirt, Gift f«il68 ic« Station; Cetll 611}, Rdfet«ft f i Flower*; ftlehftfd 04UU, gomery Ward. Mr*. Ledft Mig^inb«tlloim, 8. P. He**, t>ay a«d Nttht Ltuft. dry: Ida Ma« Henley, Ward'* *Wrt» it Mart; Louis Hailford, Llvlftl'l, Gladys Jaynei, Ollbert'i. • Buns Kuesich, Highland Hos» pital; Mildred Fayft Kiftghftffi, BAG Hoisery; Letha Moses. Bill Lylei, Ahtheny 1 *; Lee, First National Bank. B&B PHARMACY and B&B TOYLAND proudly salute their THE ROBIN by Velvet Step The classic, plain pump Always .springs favorite! In black patent, white or tangeiine. All si/os. All width.* $10.95 Bags to match 121 N, CUYUR KYLE • m Shoes for AH t MO 9*9442 F. L. STOXK K. B. KAU8DALG LUC1LLK FOSTER EYOKA CK.UVl'OKO E.M.MA OI.SKX BO.NMK MAPLES VIRGINIA GOLDEN VKKA JO AU JOINE 1H M.AH t'KLKA LAWKEXCK KAY MLULIS JOB BILLY f 4? U4BBIEL B&B PHARMACY BALLARD AT BROWING Ph. M05-5788 B&B TOYLAND Ne*t Door to B & B Phormq$y

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