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Temple Terrace Sentinel

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Temple Terrace Sentinel
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Temple Terrace Town Crier
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Perry L., John ( Editor )
Renick, Johnny ( Reporter )
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Temple Terrace (Fla.) -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
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Temple Terrace's first newspaper.

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.-TEMPLE TERRACE J oh.n P er .i_:y..; May 7 ,..1943 Friday Johnny Renick, Tho Temple T errace Church School will be h eld at the Temple Terr ace School house this Sunday 10:30 A.M. Mr. H.C. Seitz will teach the adult class. Everybody is welcome. The annual Templ o Terrace Picnic. be held of Thursday June 3. Mrs. Simpsott; sc'h:'661 .:prfn .:-,,. cipal, plans a whooping big time for her pupils. It was announced yesterday that N. 11Mustang11 Florid!a is leading the naticn in P-51 collecting fats. So far we havo Army's low-altitua. collectcd78:>89 1 lbs. of fats. Kee p d e s ert fighter. up the fine work Also remember Speed over to clean and "ste p on" ev ery tin Pilots saY, can. Be sure to take all paper it is yhe Turn them into Allinson's. most comfortable plan0 Tho Boy Scouts of Troop 50,who won the Advanced Capm0r award at the Bok Tower Camporee this year, held an e l ection last Friday. They e l ected; Bobb y Annenb erg,Librarian Johnny Renick, QuartermasterDick Roller, Assistant Patrol Bob Dowling, Patrol Leader; and John P erry, Senior Patrol Leader. Mr. Joslyn, one of the Troop Committeemen, has been elected Troop treasurer and placed in charge of the Cub Scouts. Ther;-yi9S a commissioners' meeting Tuesday The commission has allowed the management of the Swimming Pool to--s .tay in the samo hands for another 60 days. The street cleaning issue will jppenr for vote of the people shortly. According to City Manager Basil Brook, the n ext meeting will b e the third Tuesday of 6ach month. The Sentine l to eDvite everyone to attend. BUY BON.IDS we have. ALLINSON1S GROCERY Grumma n 11'vvild c at 11 F4F-4 Tb.e :Navy 1 s great little arrier plane 'rhe most opular plane in the Navy. Spead 400 SPECIAL NOTICE::THE GROCl!!RY ASS'N. THhT hLL Rc,TAIL STORES CLOSE AT NOON ON E.1-.FiLY. ON.c. l!!ARLY Weiners Braunsweiger Bee.' Roasts Bolobna 5p. o e r lb. and steaks Sour and Swee t Pickles Peanut Butter Ham hald or sliced Gulf Kist Oysters Shrimp .:>p 04 De-hydrated lp 10 Campbell 4p tossup 3p

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