, 0 1 FRIDAY APRIL 7, 1944 'I 'I 1 0-r-' 1 (, (, 1 Jl\J .e, TEMPLE TERRACE h h._. !...., ;J .._, .._, '-' *.John Perry,15,--------------Editor r; r; I J Jl\J Jr; '\] j1 Renick,1-4,---Cartoonist and .r _, J\ _, J\ _, \.I :.-/ Manager. FORMER TEMPLE TERRACER WAS *Bunny Schulzke,!1,--Society Editor NAVIGATOR ON FLYING FORTRESS*and Advertising Manager .. ... Capt. Kenneth Klotz, a;Subscription -------10 per resident of Temple Terrace, is re-*Advertising -10 per rolumn inch ported missing en the second big* Four years of serving Temple TeAmerican bomber raid on Berlin of *rrace people with Temple Terrace March 6th. This mission was descr:ll%news only. We print only the truth. ed as the "toughest of them all. ... .. Since he has been in the r_; r Jl\J .r'\ JI\) Ii (' (' r1Ql I theatre he was awarded the Air Me-;:. J .S :J .....J\.....J J\ _,_, dal and an Oak Leaf Cluster for $ DUST 1.N.D lv.1Is1r meritorious achievement. Mr. and -T A. Ghormley Mrs, Klotz, who lived in the Sohl house, were very popular in Temple* Some take life and from it seek Terrace. Mr. Klotz was a mechanica:I,*fame engineer at the shijyard he* take life and curse it with left for the army. rs. Klotz has *shame. 9een staying with the R.O. Baums -i< And there are of course the forgotV. J\J EL J\;J J\J S }J J their lives ott the r, r; I' -r 1 j, r; jl\j I\) \ \j \/ -i
', TbRhAC.11i PETERSEN(continued) says there are plenty of women,but none like Dprothy Lamour. Bobby,who is in the anti-aircraft division of the army, said he had quite a pleasant trip going over. He was formerly stationed at Camp Haan. Mrs. S.L. Smith will leave to see her son, frank, wh is stationed at Virginia Beach, Va. in the Navy, next '11hursday. ohe says Frank will probably be sent overseas soon. Mrs. Gale F 'lowers, daughter of M r and Mrs. Barneby, with her son, Daiid, left for Calif0rnia by auto. her husband is stationed. there. The Ghurch bchool .l:!.aster will be h e lo. at 1.. usual time, 10;30 J:..i.v1. 0gt. tJoya Bell will sing 11.holy City11 ana "were You 'l1here?11 After the lesson twelve children will be christened Mrs Jobson reports that the total to date for the had Cross drive in T.T. is 1413.00. Fifteen dollars of this amount has been collected by Mrs. Jobson1s maid from her friends. THE J. K. POvJELLS -------The Powell family consists of Tommy Cureton, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Powell and their son, Mrs. Tom Cureton, will leave Tues Joe. From Stewart iVianor, L. I., N. Y. day for o. c s at San Antonio,'l'ex. the Powells moved to the Van Dyke His brother-in-law, Jack Regar, house where they lived for five left Monday for the Merchant 1viaryears. They then moved to their ine at Sheapshead Bay, N.Y. mrs. present home, have lived there Regar(Consie Cureton) with her two six years making a of elevm daughters,Ann 111arie and ivi.ary Jean, years they have live d in 1 .T. Joe, will stay with the Curetons. who is now in Sicily taking pictures --------for the air copps(he is a Sargeant) Gerad Gillette of the t t schod belonged to the Junior Naval Militia will l eave for a wedk in New York. He is very fond of visit to his birthplace in hunting, fishing, and all sports. --------Joe won the West Coast Pistol w e are sorry to report that Miss es in 1942, taught fencing while he Nancy Humes has been out of school was attending Hillsborough high, an:l for some time. with a severe tooth was employed by Robert son & F'resh infect ion. photographers before he l eft for --------------overseas in June 1942 vihile in .bngTwo more casualties due to mumps land, Joe acquired quite a good B everly Gilbert and John Jay ing girl friend b.ec.&us.e3of -their S eitz. mutual interest in f encing. Her name is Monica Sandy, and she is a Cor(Navy) Lt. and Mrs vv.R. Jones, poral in the A T S The Powells are who. was justly of Joe, mrs. :Powell's Sunday at _F'irst Prm -hobby is keeping her house looking byterian Church, of_ Miami, have spick and span -and she really been guests of the _Blakes, but are does-and h elping those who are f t t th h P 11 h 1 rom ri .or una an s e. M r w 0 b e e n a house of the tilakes. is a retired Western -----------tallation foreman, says his hobby is ivlr. and mrs. Porter Ghormley, of keeping busy. He has a very elabo_ 'l'ampa, and their son 'l'orruny were rate workshop and has made some very guests of the J:'err-ys .:>unday .1.:om attractive articles; such as, a my has bec:n going to '.1..'ech b eer set made out of oak floor boards and will leav e soon for the and an attractive cigarteet holder. chant marine. he is the author of Also he has done over the kitchen the poem on page on e Also guests which is white triffi!'l1ed in red and of the Perrys 0unaay were the 0am built cab!hnet s so that it is very Biss its of 'fampa. convenient for Mrs. Powell to work ------------------in. The Powells have also quite an edition of the J entinel ingenious chicken house which would has bee n mimeographed on a new cause any chicken fancier to turn machine, which the staff and I ar8 green with envy. Let me Uggest that quite proud of. would like to you drop in and visit the Powells; wish you all a very hAPPY you will find them fine wholesome This year will mean a good folks and mighty good neighbors. deal more to everyone. I wonder ---------how many of us have friends or re Mr. w. Frank Thomson of Temple latives who are spending Baster Terrace has been in New York for overseas. the past week.