High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 25 1972, Page 23

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 25, 1972, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise sunday june 25, 1972 71 the fashion stores summer Bright while Sale j. P. Stevens bedding and Bath specials colourful Elegante sheets in smooth no Iron Percale twin Reg. 6.50 full regularly 7.505.99 Standard cases Reg. 5.00 or. A. 3.99 or. King regularly 12.50. .10.49 King cases Reg. 5.50 or. .4.49 or. / fresh roses Bloom on a Field of color. Panel print on top sheets and cases All Over print on the fitted sheets. 50% polyester 50% Cotton. Bone Pink or yellow. Elegante towels to match the sheets 1.99 Bath Reg. 2.50 hand towels regularly 1.501.29 Wash cloths regularly 75e. 59 classic Floral Motif to create an elegant feeling for any Bath. Sheared Cotton Terry with fringed Border. Bone Pink or yellow. Mixed bouquet towels Cotton Terry print 1.99 Bath Reg. 2.50 hand towels regularly 1.501.29 Wash cloths regularly 75. 59 sheared Cotton Terry with fringed Border. Pretty Flowers in Blue violets Pink carnations or yellow daisies on a natural color background. The sheets with a nostalgic air country Gingham with Dainty lace 4.99 twin Reg. 6.50 full Reg. 7.505.99 std. Cases Reg. 5.00 or. 3.99 or Flat sheets and cases have White attached hem and lace the fitted Sheet is an Oil Over Check. No Iron Cotton polyester Percale in Green Pink or Blue on White peanuts sheets brighten kids rooms twin Reg. 6.50 full Reg. 7.50. 5.99 std. Cases Reg. 5.00 or. 3.99 or. Lovable characters printed on no Iron Cotton polyester Percale. Panel print top sheets and cases All Over print on fitted sheets. Multi colors. Peanuts snoopy children s towels 2.25 Bath Reg. 2.75 hand towels regularly 1.60. 1.49 Wash cloths regularly 80. A 59 swinging Banner Stripe line up Bath fashions 1.99 Bath Reg. 2.50 hand towels regularly 1.50 1.29 Wash cloths regularly 75. 59 fringed Cotton Terry in bold stripes with the accent on poppy Cognac and Gold. Sure fire bathroom brightener. Shop monday through saturday 10/9 2 protect against errors by Betty Yarmon women s nows so Rico new York was yes there Are things you can do to protect yourself from the Ever increasing Billing errors that haunt so Many of us As we move More and More into the credit card Era. Here Are some of them 1. A where possible try out merchandise you have bought and charged As soon As you get it Home. But certainly do so before your Bill comes in and before interest charges Start. If the merchandise is unsatisfactory you will give yourself the Opportunity to Register a record of complaint at the earliest moment. If a return of merchandise is called for try to effect this immediately. Then if a dispute Over payment still arises at least you cannot be faulted for any delay. 2. A most important be sure to save ail sales slips whenever you charge anything. That goes for restaurants department stores stations airlines a anything. When your monthly statement of charges arrives immediately compare it with your own records. If you find an error pay for those items that Are correctly charged. At the same time ask the Bank or credit card company or store for its evidence that you owe what they say you owe. Make a copy of your records and enclose them a but done to let the originals out of your hands. Then Send a separate letter making the same Points so that you Start a file on your objection. You might phone As Well if for no other reason than to determine where to Lodge your complaints. Keep carbons of All letters you write. 3. A if the Bank or company persists and you find yourself in a dispute As a result Contact your local credit Bureau and explain that you want your version of the dispute with copies of your evidence placed in your record file. Under recent u. S. Legislation you have a right to this a it will help you protect your credit standing in the Community. 4. A done to be intimidated by threats of Legal action. They May be routine Bluffs devised to pressure you. And without an intention of being carried out. However if this threat is followed by Legal action then be sure you get yourself an attorney. 5. A if your credit card comes from a Bank consider doing your other forms of banking a checking account savings account Etc. A at another Bank in your Community. For Banks have been known to Settle a dispute in their favor by simply taking Money from a customers account without going to court to cover what they consider an unpaid balance. This practice is known As a a offset collection a done without the approval of the customer of course. Meanwhile there is a move within Congress led by consumer minded members for National legislation that would curb some of the abuses that have made themselves known in this general Arena. Such moves often face the opposition of Banks credit card companies and the retailing Industry. This Type of legislation would end a a offset collections Force companies to Send out Bills at least two weeks before payment is due insist that Billing errors be corrected or the company prove a Bill is Correct within three months. Some states already have passed Laws to protect Consumers in these ways. While Congress debates though the harrowing tales of How easily we can get caught within the impersonal computer continue to filter through to the Public. The Steps above at least will reduce your chances of getting caught in the meshes. Wood from Page s b education from Georgia state University Atlanta ga., in August. She is employed by Cobb county Board of education Georgia. The bridegroom is a graduate of Guilford College. He received his a. B. Degree in economics. He is employed by the first National Bank of Atlanta where he is commercial officer. Following a wedding trip to the mountains of Virginia and later to new Orleans and the Gulf coast the couple will reside at 3640 Tanglewood dr., n. A Atlanta a

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