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THE REC 0 !- D - ARC US GREENVILLE, PA., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 19531 DICE GAME KILLER FACESJJK TERM Gatperic Is Convicted By Pittsburgh Jury .Tiily dire game ulsyinp of Mark j ?rntencing: wan deferred pending Silii-h fit a union pi.-nio in nrailn- .1 j-ow>ih!e nr.v turd appeal. Hampton Township. ! C-nfprrlr sppeared nmr collars A jury of Fix ar.d fix v:o- p.° Mir juiy h ; ou c h! i;; tlir verdict, nicr.."after dclibcrniinr. more th,-in | The .-'.atr Ii'H a.^kcd the death hours, convicted (Mspcrir ! penally i" the fatal ."hooting of Pnturdny night <v fir.M d^er re j .Si'.i. t\. an H. .). Heirix. Co. employe. 'murder and rrv.Mr.mrndr.! '•:••• i:i i dmiia: a holdup uf the dice game , prison. i players. PITTSBURGH «.T» - -Of orpc On*- rndrr rrnn^hnn,:, ;a-,v. tliej KIU ap-i.ts an^cd G^pcrlr "oric. 2(5. of ntt.«b\irph. face.* life I ?c! -,tcnrint: judpe nm.M :"nl!,-,-.v tho 'and Kobcit K. I/utx. and a woman ' ...... ( ompaniiin in San Picco, Calif., after tlie filnyinj;. Lutx. will go on J| dial latci on a murder charge. The woman, Mrs. Mnrion Kctlcr, "'2. of rittfbm f;h. Is cliargr-d with [j| i 1'ring nn Bceew»ory after the fact . . imprisonment, for HIP Fourth of jury's rcvommeminllnn. Korninl FOR KIDDIES CHRISTMAS Bikes - Doll Buggies - Desks Toy Chests - Sleds - Wagons EGBERT BROS. 204 Main St. UKAb THE CI.ASS1F1KDB Greenville, Pa. § " ' ;waa»9oa,.KaagaK? ^»^^ BLUE SUNOCO MATCHES 15 PREMIUM GRADES FOR MILEAGE McCOMDS SUNOCO SERVICE Cor. Main & Wafer Sts. ., At the Hospital Admitted Thomas Proud, 21 Kim Street. Mrs. (ieitrude Kdwards. .laincs- t.on-n. Mrs. Hen Faylor. 08 South Second Street. Mrs. (Just. Proud. Stoneboro. Charles Shafer, Clarks Mills. Mrs. Thiirman Matter, Jamev- town n. n. 2. Miss Janet Molton. R. D. 5. Harry Fritz, 5 Saul Avenue. Mrs.' Albert Koehne, Transfer II. I). 1. Mrs. Warren Kidd, OrangrviUo .Iiif.1v Pnntell, R. D. 2. - K, A MESSAGE TO THE PUBLIC From REYNOLDS Drive-in Theatre A few years ago we at REYNOLDS THEATRE derided we would like to keep our theatre alive during the winter months by having our marquee greet you with a friendly thought as you pass by. We believe that you our friends would like It, so and \vr are convinced that we were right. Your many letters and comments have been moat gratifying. Wo really appreciate hearing from you and would bo happy to use any quotations or blt« of philosophy you would rare to Rend us, providing they are of a length we can use in our limited amount of space. If you have a morsel you would like to contribute to our "Food for Thought" send it along, we shall be happy to use it If space permits. Address Jotters to: \ Betty B. Ocrhart Reynolds Theatre Transfer, Pa. LET US HEAR FROM YOU CARL T. MCKNIGHT Owner and Manager Mrs Alfred Rosa, Jamestown. Mrs! Charles Snydcr. 09 Clinton Mrs. Frank Consigllo, 10.T South Second Street. 1 William Doyle, Stoneboro R. I). | ' Mrs. William Andring, Butler U. D. 3. Mrs. Delmar McBroom, Jamestown. 'Mrs. Irvin Clark and daughter, R. n. 4. Klalne and Grace Rust. R. D. 5. , Michael l^rown. R. D. 5. Patricia Little, Orcencrcst Park. I Mrs. Norman Weaver, R. D. 1. i Mrs. James Rodgers, 33 Elm Street. David Owen. Jamestown. Olcnn Gilliland, Sharpsvillc R. D. 2. Mrs. Fred Wagner, Fredonia. John Rock, Jamestown. Mrs. Edward McGill and daugh- cr, Farmdale. Mrs. Richard Krcmis, Fredonia R. D. 2. Mrs. Charles Fcnstcmaker and daughter, Sandy Lake R. D. 2. Arthur Relgloman, 168 Columbia Avenue. Mrs. George Pflasterer, 33 First Avenue. Linda Kammcrdlencr, R. D. 3. Mrs. Samuel Johnston, R. D. 1. Births | A son Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Dan-ell Chase, «05 Clinton Street. A son Saturday to Mi-, and Mrs. Theodore Homer, Transfer R. D. .1. A daughter Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bcatty, 23 Shenango Street. 21 Persons Injured By Florida Tornado PANAMA CITY, Fla. (-TV-Residents of Woodville, a small Northwest Florida community, cleared up debris today after a roaring Sunday morning tornado which smashed six homes and left 21 injured. Another twister ripped across two south Louisiana parishes counties a few hours earlier, destroying 26 homes and Injuring one person. About 58 per cent of the rural road mileage in the United States Is surfaced. GREENVILLE STORES 25th FOR CONVENIENCE OF THANKSGIVING SHOPPERS CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY THANKSGIVING DAY We would like to Thank all of our customers who made the G r a n d Opening of our new addition the outstanding success it was. In appreciation we are offering you substantial savings on the items listed below for your Thanksgiving dinner. FRESH CREAMERY TURKEYS Oven Ready Young Hen 8 to 12 Ib. avg. ° vcn Read y Heav Y Tom Baby Rose—Limit 2 to a customer Dressing . »39c Garden Island—Sliced . 2 N ° 2 cans 3/C Ib. 19 Brand Frozen Peas . 2 ** 29c Daily Delight Oleo . .. R ° 92 * 2 ibs 39c 4 oz. glass tumbler free with each pound Whole or Shank Half Ham . ..... u 55c Capon .... -79c 59c Oven Ready Spring Ducks . . . Oven Ready Oven Ready—Roasting Lb. Chickens . . . 59c Honor Brand Frozen Strawberries . 29c Lean Home Made Fresh Sausage . . . 49c Mountain Glen Peas ... 2 Milk . . . No. 303 Cans .. ... 19c 65c 1.95 Lean Center Cut Pork Chops. . 59c All Popular Brands Cigarettes Ladies' First Quality Nylons -1.19 1 Pair Free with each pair purchased Limit Total of 4 Fair to a Customtr Have them Cut Thick for Stuffing Oscar Mayer Sugardale M Lb. •%• ••*••••** • • Iceberg Oscar Mayer sugaraaie CallaHams.. »39c Lettuce 2 25c Libby's Pumpkin Large 2Vz can lOc Fresh Mushrooms.. -19c Celery Stalks 2 29c Cranberries . 19c Red Delicious — Best for Salads Apples . . . 2 19c Large Tangerines . . -• 29c WILSON SELF-SERVICE SUPER MARKET ORANGEVILLE, 0. OPIN SiVfN PAYS A WffK FtOM 1:30 A. M. TO 19:00 f. M. PHONE 15

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