John Perry, Editor TEMPLE JULY 23, 1943 Bunny Reporter -----------------.... ... __ ,. ______ ....._ .. ____ This week all of Temple Terrace is grieved over the .death of Mr, J.H. Allinson He die d Tuesday at about 6:00 o'clock P.M. Prob.ably no other person in Temple 'l'erracc was thought more of.' than he, Mr, Allinson was always pleasant ar..d good natured, anyone his store, he alyaws he. d e. kind word to say to them made the m feel welcome. Everyone was glad to see mr. Allinson whe n he brought the grocer1.es ... He always had something new to t ell you ubout and it was a treat to listen to him. He was without a aou9t the best informed person in T e mple Terrace about local aff store was a regul a r info r mntior.. brought his pet pieve to Al.:.:insd>.n and oi1red it0 Whenever we went to the store,it was more than just t o buy g:eoc e rll.es Mr. Allinson was there t o kid you ab out and e verything0 EvoryoLe in Temple Terrace knew M:.r" Allinso, n and love d him. H e was a friend of young or o)i. It h a s been a great blow to all of us to Mrq Allinson. He is one of those kind of people you can't ftorget, and don't w ent AlJ.J nson 1 s Groce:cy wi.11 still g o on s c rv:..ng the :peopie f'.:'.ith .. fuJ.ly as it a).wys has. Th e pi. a c e will s eem l::ind. cf o mp';y wi-1:.hout our old We a r e all to miss him. tho will to c2rry on that fine of .1.HJ..in.son 18 sc:tll vvlt h us._ Sh o will continue to extend the wulcome a h':l11c1.o Wmth he1f the Ail::inson Grocery wililx b e that pla00 s econd to home as it has Rlways Wa all you have done for us, W 0 won1t a ; r; ;:;"!'W-'" .. 'l1ho Sontl:r. o l has been informe d b;iT a numbe r of the Citizens of TT. that nobody tboso o f the cirQle know on bohind tbn d o ors o f Commissionors1 Meating3. They me to r dp0rt on them a groat numb0 r of them can't attend them persor Since our a im is to s o:r.ve T orraco, v10 will bo g l & d to d.u this. There was n com mission meeting this Since r equests wero give n to m e on such short I didn't have to prepare all of the tacts and figures of the main topic of However, I will have this ready for you by n ext week. The following itan brought up the meeting doesn't neJd any preparatiGn. It sooms tha t the commiss!onors h ave boon r e c eiving some comp8J.aints about the continuious breeding of' ho:::'sos inside the city lim::.t s .. This brooding along wjth tho scrP-a,mi.ng of horses in the :ni gh t as w ell tho day has k opt somo people awake0 No one to p oop l o keeping horses ju: t as long as they don't cause such a and b ocomo a pu.blic nuisarc.co11 Tho broed: 1n g is not only harsh o.f.l the ear1_) eyes; and of the people, detracts from tha natural ivenoss of oUl fair city(/ The com mi .3sion promises that -Choy will t akestops when or..ough complaints roll in. N ext week w e he.p o to give you a r eport in d etail on tho maeting, Mrs0 Kenneth Klotz, formerly of T o mpl o Terrace-, will be tho house guest of Mrs# R.o. Baum. She is driving hore from Tuscon, .nriz., whoro Klotz is now .stationed, ------M:r. Charles Strohmeyer, of T omplo l orrac o, has oe0n spe n-;ling u brie f vacation at Tides Hotol,Rodington Beach. Bit:t>bara Cronk has. roturn.;)d from a two wo0ks visit t o h e r )nothe r in Atlanta. I Wo aro sorry to r opott that Mr. and Dnd Marilyn to Jacksonvillo last Friday. Th e i r nvw addross 4610 Fr0omont. T h e TG111plo Terrace Church School will bo hold a t b ho school building this .Sunday a t l0: ... '30 JLM., S.B.., S c.lo.s-111.:W.J to-e.o.h,.