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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 )
Schulzke, Bunny ( Editor )
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Temple Terrace (Fla.) -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
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Temple Terrace's first newspaper.

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Published Weekly -r r r1 r1 ,\ r' r I'.. J\ J\.r\'-1 I'.. Serving Temple Terrace fQr Four Years We Print Only Truth Subscription 10 per month 10 per col. in. our chief aim is to serve the people of Temple Terrace Temple Terrace News Only John Perry, or Johnny .Renivk, Circulation wLane.ger and Cai'toonist .Bunny Advertising manager and Society FRIDAY May 5, 1944 .. The family i };j -f Y 0 LJ f\ 1'1 JG J-J BO J\ i was brough t of the week I --r -..... from China by is the c.w. I ,.--;J.Y1r. Brush, the Blackmurs. r/ -..... '\ 1 inventor of the Their home 1 -._ \ '\ --" 1 ) 1 arc light and town is on 1 ,,,-. -.---1 t Lake Erie J LJ..U.J he blackmurs Cleveland / f7 secured it from and they n 111\ 111 one of his heirs have lived I lLJJ fi l \'1\l l'This vase is in Temple 1 I ,J priceless as it Terrao for j a Chineese three years. \family a life Mr. and Mrs. I :time to make it. Blackmur are llt was made the parents ._ !during the Manor Mrs. Baum (\lchu dynasty and and are very bas inlaid ?n its sides pict-pcoud of the res describing new grandson. Mr. Blackllu some ancient says his ho religious or recreation is to*toms on its top sits a.n impressive come home from his office and work:happiness dog. in the ya.rd in the evening under The Bla.ckmurs say that the rolling his flood lights. Since evening is *1a.ndscaping of l1emple 'l 'erra.ce re the coolest time and it is when he*minds them of uhio and that it has spare time, he and Mrs. Black-*Jd the most desirea.ble residential mur find that yard lights are just:section around Tampa. the thing, Mrs. Blackmur ie very D They have made many noticeable im fond of looking after her grandson*provements in their yard and plan as well as the house. She has some:to plant citrus trees in the vacant Parakeet and African Masked Love *lots on either. side of them. Yihen birds which she plane to pue in a *they work in yardin evenings, yard. cage Where they will feel at *they say they are visited by a home. *ground owl and a gopher which share The Blackmur house( where Hunts *the same abode. lived) is one of the most uniquely* It is needless to say how interestand attractively decorated houses *ing neighbors the Blackmurs have to be found. Mr. Blackmur, whose .proved them selves to be. If you business is electricity, has not already met them, you are the house with flourescent lightplenty because they are ing which gives it daylight look as friendly and hospitable as one He also used to be in the advertisJtcould ask of a neighborJ ing business where he learned the --------------art of combining colors so that they please the eye. The dining ( room has old rose walls with light *\..J 1 ..J..J \....../ J '/ { ..J green ceiling, the living is w At the last me0 t ing of the empl e painted with light green ceiling *Terrace commissioners, !lay 2, 1 944 and light grey walls, the library *those present were 1v1essrs Roller, has old rose walls and light green*Graham, H erb, macauley, o:;-olr.k, ceiling, the bed room has orchia *Cureton, Schulzke, DowlLng# walls and light green ceiling, the *Rosenburg, 111laeder, and Gross ;VJ c s baby's room has yellow walls and a*Van de Venter, city clerk. blue ceiling, while the kitchen At the suggestion of Mr. !<'rank and butlers pantry, to make them *Thomson, who could not come, the bright and sunny rooms, have egg *conunission decided to impound the shell walls with tangerine ceilins*cattle which have been galavanting The Blackmurs also have silent merthrough the property of. several cury wall switches which certainly*residents. It was also agreed to *send the owner a letter imploring S'omething they are justly proud *him to keep cattle in The of is a genuine Ming vase which *cause for .,their escapades is put stands around four feet high. It *Dn fishermen who cut the fences.

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'l'EMPLE TERRACE POOL OPEN 10 A M. to 9 TEMPLE TERRACE RESIIDENTS PER FAMILY $5.00 MONTHLY S E J\Jllf-J EL 0 __, At a special meeting. of the l'emple 'l'errace comission with Mr. Herb of the Van Inghen Co. on May 3, 1944 those present were Messrs Cross, Cureton, ling, Grayson, Herb, .Maeder, Perry, Roller, Sherrna9 Smith, Mrs. Van de Venter, city clerk and City manager, Basil Brook. The purpose of the meeting was to consider the adoption of a contract presented by Mr. Herb ln which the United Assets Corp. would buy enough land from the city to liquidate the indebtedness the has. Mr. Perry gave a report on how much the city owes the United Assets Corp. based upon an auditing of the city's books done by a committee some time ago It was decided by _the commission to accept iVlr. Herb's contract. and Mrs. Blake *t have had their house ed white on the outside. They are also re-decorat* ing tne inside of their -------" The Gillettes have re contly had their house painted and awnings put up "" --------* P.T.A. NOTICE:: Temple Terrace P.T.A. will meet *i for the last time for .;he NATIONAL BANK of TAMl?'A FLORIDA TOTAL OVER i 42,000;000.00 school year May 9th. Mr. and ruacauley Please make an effort to and the Shermans went to come. *st. Thursday ------afternoon. h'lr. and .li.1rs. Mr. and Mrs. A. f. *Sherman got into an air Schulzke and house guest. plane, but aec ided they Miss Ann Meredith, are *weren't cut out to be spending the week end at aviators, so didn't go up. Long Boat Key, Sarasota. ------Mrs. in the ported fine. -------* A group of Temple Ter-T. C. Cross, who is race boys under the diho spit is re*rection of Richardson to be getting along and for, Roller have form(!). --------*a band and plan to present a minstrel in the *near Tommy Cureton, who is at -----Officers Training Schbol,*Td the People of Temple recently ran in a five Terrace: mile race. It was a teri-* As you know the primary fie strain, and Tommy co-election selected Millard llapsed -but finished *Caldwell and Lex Green to the race firstJ Congrarun off in the finals. It tulations, TommyJ *is my wish that yo1J. stand firm behind roo in the ... eup por.t Qf. Caldwell .. for Hf is by a far margin the most sensible, level-headed business an of the wo. All the support you can give him will b e grently app-reciated. The editor. ALLINSON1S Beef Duf' s le i Yiix Chili Flavored Tomato Catsup Bowman's Apple Sauce Liver Kraft Dinner Wieners Ballard(s f ancake Flour Pork Sausage Walker's Chili Con Carne Ham Cheese & Cheese Spreads Campbell's Soup Nienna Sausage Shrimp & Oysters Large oval Sardines no points Celery, Tomatoes, Carrots, Cabbage, Sweet Potatoes, Lemons, Bananas STORE HOURS: 9am till 7pm Weskd9ys; 9am till lpm Wednesdays and sunasys