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Temple Terrace Sentinel

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

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Membe?" o.f the FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION Published. Weekly Subscription 10 per month Adve rtising 10 per col. inch Founded :tn 1940 Serving the people of Temple Terrace with news of Terrace for 4 years. We Print Only The Truth .. -.. ------------Friday June 23, 1944 STAFF John Perry Editor Johnny Renick Circulation Manager and staff Bunny Schulzke -Society and Ji.d.V e rt is ing L V lanag er -.------... -r\.. -... __ ........ -ME.ET MR. AND MRS. McCORMICK Sunnycrest Estate owned by H. Ga f ie1d and Eve McCormick on Deer park Avenue is' situated on 75,000 square feet and 1s the largest estate in Temple Terrace. Mr. Mac, as he is known to his friends, came here in 1934 from Minneapolis. He was formerly in the newspaper busi ness; serving on such papers as New York World and the San Franxcisco Chronicle. This business took him all over the United States,Canada, and part of Mexico. The McCormicks are novr the propriepor of the McCormick Mercantile Company in Sul phur Springs. Their son, Warren, having studied at Notil'ij'''Dame, is now in the invasion as a navigator on a LST boat. He was studying to be a doctor. In the ten years they have lived here the McCormicks have made many riot icable improvements on their home and grounds. 'I'hej..r house is an attractive pink which blends well with the many trees in the lawn. They have added a useful as well as ornamental front entrance(see sketch). To keep them warm in the winter there is an ingenious furnace which operates on oil. This system also heats their water. F 'or summer there is a. General Electric air conditioner fan that moves 6,000 square fee t per minute. Among thedir other assets are a tile. screened-in porch, a set of Westminister door chimes, some Chinese canderin rugs, a Louis XVI anniversary bedroom set, Mexican onyx lamps, and six radios .-fter the war they plan to build' a modern General Electric kitchen. Hr. Maa's hobby is horseback riding when he has the opportunity, while Mrs. Mac's hobby is ocan traveling; they are planing a post-war ocean voyage down the South iunerican coast. Mrs. McCormick also has quite a collection of dolls. Some of you readers will remember Sandy, the dog who accompanied the McCorm&cks on of their trips; he died recently. The grounds are especially beautiful, and they have done much to improve them. In sevaral shady nooks on thejrlawn you may find marble benches, and a bird house and bath invite birds in Temple Tei ra.ce. Twice annuall Mrs. Mac takes a buying trip to New York; she leaves s.oon. Perhaps some of you estale. If not, go see fine welcome I did. haven't meet the McCormicks and seen their lovely them and I'm certain you will receive the same $ $ $ $ -v $ $ THE EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK OF 'l 'Ah'iP.h, FLu.Ki.L>.A Total Resources over --$ $ $ $ $ $ $ FOR SALE Twenty-three pipe posts, 3 inches in Diemeter, 8 feet long, sturdy, durable. 45 each. Ph. 73-2624


The Cappolino family has gone on a visit to Brooklyni N.Y. Mrs. Fletcher recently returned from a visit to Tennessee. ) l'-\. .. i' : .. t -.------- It seems almost unnecessary to stress the importance of buying War Bonds at this critical point in the War. But the two common faults of the American paople.i.e. f'rgetfulness and the This-DoesntApply-ToMe attitude justify the continual harping on the subject. If you are inclined to be a little The Marcus T. Petersehs have retry hard to remember that ceived a letter from their son, when you shell out '!Plb. 75 you aren t Bobby 'Who is with the army in New saping good buy forever to that Guinea. The Japs moved out so quicklynoney; you're going to get they left plenty behind in their in its place in ten years. Remember rush. Bobby wrote his letter \\hen you cast your bread upon the Japaneese stationery which was left water, it comes back to you--buttered. behind. This is the time the When the man on the radio urges P etersens have heard from him in the sale of War Bonds, we, content six weeks. with our egular purchase of bonds, --------immediately wonder if the Jones hhve We are glad to report that Mrs. bought any. We never stop to think J.H. Allinson has returned home the man is talkirJI to US. I wonder from the hospital. how hany of us have bought extra --------bonds this month. Practically every-fi Jobsons were lucky enough to one has a set amount he buys n a power mower. month; the government wants us,i9HIS --------Born to Capt. and Mrs. Ed. c. Fletcher, formerly of Temple Terrace t a baby girl Monday. Congratu lations. MEANS YOU, to buy extra ones beside that. Above the selfish03 will get you 411 reason, there is the reason of duty and just good common senee. It takes money to run a war it takes a lot more money,YOUR to win it. ---------------------------------------------------------------------ALLINSON1S Complete :J.ine of as sorted Polk's Grapefruit Florida Gold orange Juice Choioe Apple Sauce Delmonte Prunes sunset Prune Juice Webster's Tomato Juic.FJ Kraft Cheeses in jars and bulk Kraft Salad Dressing Kraft Dressing Joan of Arc Kidney Beans Phone 73-2591 cookies and 6rackers Fruits and Vegetables Meats Dressed Dryers Assorted Cold Cuts Spiced Luncheon Meat Spam & Vienna Sausage Pork Chops Boiled Ham Smoked Bacon White Bacon STORE HOURS CLODED SUNDAY. 9am to ?pm Wekdays. 9am to lpm Wednesdays


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