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13.   PHOTOGRAPHIC   SUPPLIES a.   Film   sold   on   a   first-in,   first-out   basis,   with   short-dated   film segregated  from  fresh  stock,  and  marked  down  and  sold  out.  Expired  film returned  to  vendor  for  appropriate  credit,  if  any. b.  Cartons,  instructions,  books,  warranty  cards,  and  carrying  cases  for items  displayed  stored  in  an  appropriate  place  close  to  sales  area. 14.   STATIONERY   SUPPLIES a.  Ship’s  store  selling  price  of  greeting  cards  and  pocket-size  books adjacent  to  display. b.  All  seasonal  greeting  cards,  gift  wrap,  and  party  goods  removed  the day  after  the  holiday. c.  Magazines  frequently  screened  to  ensure  current  selections  available; offensive literature, recordings, or merchandise should not be offered for sale. d.  Customers  allowed  to  test  typewriters  offered  for  sale. 15.   TOILETRIES a.  Fragrances  stored  in  cool,  dark  place  to  minimize  evaporation. b.   Careful   age   control   and   stock   rotation   to   ensure   that   fragrances are  kept  to  peak  standards  of  quality  and  appearance. c.  Toiletries  and  combs  for  black  customers  stocked  and  displayed. d.   Self-service   merchandise   displayed   full   face   for   easy   product identification  when  possible. 16.   UNIFORMS   AND   UNIFORM   ACCESSORIES a.  Uniform  trousers  located  near  uniform  shirts. b.   Belts   on   display   near   trouser   section,   neckwear   near   dress   shirt sections,  etc. c.  Displays  showing  a  uniform  according  to  season  maintained  current. d.  Uniform  dress  shirts  arranged  by  size  and  sleeve  length  and  clearly marked  as  to  price  and  size. e.  Sign  posted  informing  customers  of  availability  of  direct  delivery service on uniform items from the Uniform Support Center, Norfolk, Virginia, via  mail  orders  and  the  toll-free  and  AUTOVON  telephone  numbers.  Order forms  available. VENDING   MACHINES 1.  Exterior  of  vending  machines  and  adjacent  area  kept  clean. 2.  Prices  and  instructions  prominently  displayed  on  machines. 3.  Adequate  lighting  for  displays. 4.  Adequate  product  selections. 5.  Sold  out  indicators  operating. 6.  Glass  free  from  breaks  or  cracks. 7.  Inside  of  machine  clean.  Finish  in  good  condition. 8.  Only  high  quality  products  vended. 9.  Packages  neat  and  appetizing. AIII-4

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