Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 17, 1962 · Page 7
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 7

Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 17, 1962
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NO MONEY DOWN INo Monthly Payments 'Til February 1st » »' » , on Scars Easy Payment Plan When you buy a Scan Appliance and riwn mov« away, there's no problem. Sears expert service is as near as your phone. Sears Slashes TV Prices...Save $ 30 3 Days Only... on $ 229.95 Silvertone 23-inch Console TV (23-in. overall diagonal measure, 282-sq. in. viewing area) With the clean look of fine furniture— traditional styled lowboy cabinets in mahogany veneer add beauty to any room See COLOR TV at Sears Outstanding Value—For A Portable "Second" Set 19-inch TV (overall diagonal measure) Sale Price Only 117 Big movie-square screen, 174 sq. in. viewing area. Compact slim- styled cabinet. Up-front speaker and controls. At Sears! No Trade-in Required NO MONEY DOWN Exciting Performers with Advanced Features, Silvertone Dependability Watch crisp, steady pictures on its big movie-square screen. Push-button on-off switch lets you set-and- forget the volume control. Fine tuning is automatic —set it only once. New bonded picture tube cuts reflections to a minimum, cleans easily with the swipe of a damp cl.oth. Two wide-range speakers deliver rich FM sound for your listening enjoyment. Buy today! Ask about our low cost TV Home Service Contracts Replace your old, storm- damaged antenna at Sears! TV Antennas for the best reception in this area at low prices. Sears 15 or 27-month TV Home Service Contracts Now for NO MONEY DOWN SAVE $ 60 NOW on Kenmore Automatic Gas Ranges Has Top Griddle! Giant Oven! x Huge 25-hi. oven holds a feast, set !t, forget it, it's automatic! Regular '229.95 No trade-in Require' • Matchless lighting . .. completely automatic • Visi-Bake oven window ... griddle top. • Giant smokeless broiler ... 30-inch sice. • All-porcclained finish that wipes clean • Hurry ... everything you want in a gas range Satisfaction Gyiarixiitoecl or Your Money Baek Sears does not establish artificial "list" prices to allow so-called "discount" or "trade-in" prices. Sears original prkes are low prices. Cleaning Patches and Gun Oil Visit Sean Sporting Goods Dept. during Sears Days and get your choice of these hunting needs free of charge. Adults only. While quantities last. Insulated Inner Suits For the Sportsman, Farmer or Anyone Who Works Outside! Machine Washable! and pants Dark fan nylon outer shell. 4-oz. bonded polyester fiber insulation for added warmth and protection. Acetate lining, knitted cuffs and collar. Quilted throughout. With snap closures. Size* sma.ll to extra large. Hunting Coots 6.99 Rugged ll-oi. cotton army duck resists snags, water re- pallant. Pleated shouldsrs. Cleaning Kits I 77 I 12. 16-ga. Includes rod brush, patches, solvent, gun oil. Hunting Pants Regular A QQ $6.50 t»TT Rubber coated fabric, reinforced at knees and seat. Brush brown. 30-44. $15.95 OFF! 7V2-in. Electric Saws Regular $64.95 Contractor- Type Packed with Power! No Money Down Designed to handle toughest sawing jobs. Ball and needle bearings. Electro-safety switch cuts out automatically when overloaded ... resists motor burnout. Sale! One-Coat House Paint Unsurpassed for Brilliance and Covering Power • Covers even black In one coat • Won't discolor or mildew Praised far and wide for its hiding power, long life and good looks. Dries without brush marks. More titanium dioxide than most house paints . . . yet costs you less! Regular $3.45 Decor-Eze Latex Flat Paint 5 The features you want; no upsetting odor, covers most colors in one coat, roll or brush on, tools and hands clean up in water . . . and it's low priced too! Page 1 Garden Mty 1>!f>#ram Wednesday, Oct. 17, 1942 Parole Board Takes Entire Responsibility TOPBKA (AP)-The Board of Probation and Parole said it assumes full responsibility for the parole of Mary Eileen Chandler from the Kansas Women's Industrial Farm last June. The parole has been criticized by Dale Saffels, Democratic nominee for governor, in his campaign against Republican Gov. John Anderson, At McPherson, Anderson said today the Chandler case was "a matter of insignificance" and the issue being raised was "purely political." Saffels has charged Mrs. Chandler was pregnant when sentences for bad checks and forgery were commuted by Anderson so she would become eligible immediately for parole. Mrs. Chandler had served more than-20 months in the women's institution at the time of the commutation. Saffel* charged Mrs. Chandler had served less than 5 years of sentences totaling more than 50 years as the result of having been paroled four times. Members of the three-man probation and, parole board, all appointees of Anderson, in a nre- pared statement said: "The iioard of Probation and Parore assumes the full responsi- Wlily for the parole of Mary Eileen Ohandler from the Kansas State Industrial Farm for Women. The statement said Anderson's commutation did not shorten the terms of the sentence the worn- th nP m a L sel T ng ' but merel y atMe <i them together and made the defendant eligible for release by action of the board. 'lh* 1 * 8 * 9 ^ ? arole a M> ear ed to the most advisable and humane ma . nne r, to permit Mrs. Chandler to Candle her problem," the board view? goverilor said in an inter"I have nothing to hide. The only reason we didn't tell about h n S , P re « nan <:y is because £ r ar ° le Board ** it was in "^.ft interest of the girl's re- habitation and thev didn't want to make a great huljaibaloo about I Congressmen Indicted for Conspiracy BALTIMORE (AP) _ TWO congressmen, indjcted by a federal grand jury on conspiracy and conflict-of-interest charges have expressed confidence they will be vindicated. Reps. Thomas F. Johnson, D- Md., and Frank W. Boykln, D- Ala., said they were shocked at the indictments handed down Tuesday, and expressed their de°"-e for a speedy trial. The jury charged they received compensation for trying to persuade the Denartment of Justice to postpone the mail fraud trial "f J. Kenneth Edlin, 64, of Miami Fla., ami attempting ultimately to have the charges dropped, Edlin pleaded no contest to the charges, made in connection with the operation of the First Colony Saving and Loan Association in Marvland, and was sentenced last Aoril to six months in jail. He also was fined $8.000. Eflilin was release^ last Wednesday from federal prison. Johnson issued a statement Tuesday nvrht. "I wax! deeply shocked and amazed bv .the charges mad.e against me and I a m positive that I win h e completely vindicated " he said. In the November election Johnson far** Rogers r. R. Morton, a Republican ;im] the brother of Son. Thruston R. Morton, T-Ky Bnvfcin, 77. also indicated he wants a cm left trial, and ex- Dressed "onfidencfi he will be vindicated. He failed to win th* Democratic nomination May 29 after 14 to rrns m the House "I'm anxious for the trial to "ome real rmi"k," ho said. "I have never h»ri a nickel's worth of business \vith the savings and loans in mv life." President Kennedv mentioned Johnson b" name and called for his re-elpction when he spok° to a hu>s?e npnrv>ratic rally in Baltimore Oct. 10. The special grand Jury charged that Johnson, seekin" a third term from Maryland's 1st District, had received $24.918 for his efforts in Edlin's behalf, and that both con- pressmen realized profits on real estate transactions totaline at least $3.2 million in which Edlin also was involved. The congressmen, Edlin and William L. Robinson, 37, a Miami attornev were charged in one count with consoirine to obstruct impartial operation of thp Department of Justice and riffht of the "overnniont fa s p rvice of the congressmen without corruption, dishonesty and fraud. Bail of $10000 was set by U.S. Dist. Judge Kdwrd S. Northrop for each of the four defendants.

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