Temple Terrace Sentinel

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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
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Florida Press Association
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English
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Temple Terrace (Fla.) -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
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serial ( sobekcm )

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Temple Terrace's first newspaper.

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Member o:r the .FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION John Perry ---.t:iditor Published Weekly Johnny Renick, 10 per month Circulation Manager Advertising 10 p e r col. inch. Bunny Schulzke, Founded 1940 Society and Serving the people of Temple Terrace Advertising Manager with news of Temple Terrace for 4 years. WE PRINT Ol'iLY T .RUTH ---------------------------------------------------------------------Friday June 30, 1944 Mr. H. Apple of West Palm Beach, We are sorry to report that Dr. Florida has been the guest of the A.M.C. Joltson of Temple Terrace is E.A. MeCartneys for the past week, ill and confined to his home. We He left Tuesday. hope he soon recovers. -----------Ms. R.E. Pinnell tells us that her son Donald, who is in Navy, is no w stationed in New Guinea. $ $ $ -------Al.so Mrs. S.L. Saith has been 111. May she soon be well. THE EXCHANGE NATIONAL UF TAWPA1 Total Resources ---t52,ooo,ooo.oo I $ 'IP Bob McCartney !waa home on a furlough for a week. His wife and young son, Mrs. Bob McCartney and Craig, also arrived from where they had been staying. They will now live in Tampa. ****ii-it-'k ***'k*ic;ic-*ii-* ii-irw*****i'1dr1r'idddrl'ltc-* Because the e4itor is going to *be away on his vacation this summf!'l',* *this will be the last edition until *he return&. This is by no means a *discontinuation of the Sentinel, for* --------:publication will oo resumed when fr *the vacation is over. '* Dr. C.B. Wilmer, former Temple Lt. and Mrs. F.N. Hines enter-residence on AJlenue tc 825 tained Lt. andMrs. Beasley at their home Wednesday To celebrate s. Orleans. If some of many old th occassion they had a steak dinner. friends here 1h Temple Terrace would e drop by and see him, I'm certain it would be a pleasant ex perience for both pf you. -----------Jimmy Whitman, son of Mr. and Mrs. ----------0. M. Whitman of Temple 'l'errace, is Mias Joan Smith is Visiting her grandparents, Kr. and Mrs. Frank Herring in Jacksonville. home from the Navy on a leave. Sat-Miss Wanda Larue of Louisville, urday he will leave for New York Kentucky, sister of !l'"1rs. wrnber a visit to Washington where he Rosenberg, was stricken with an will complete his vacation. He will attack of appendicitis and taken to report on July 6 to the Navy base at a T .ampa hospital this week. She is Soe1a, N. Then on August 26 the visiting her sister in Temple TerreQ;i. Navy will send Jimmy to Harvard for --------more schooling. The Navy has a Do all you can to back the in-student and a fine poy in Jimmy Vvhitvasion by buying extra War Bonds. man. Lots of luck, Jirnmyl You giving; you're lending. _______ ., ___ Kou may not know it, but there is capt. Berg who is from Mississi-a wanted man living in Temple flew with the lt'lying Tigers of There has been a $25,ooo.oo reward Chineese fame. Lt. is from 6ffered for his head,Yet he is no Texas. Incidenaally, yeaterday was He is Major DaveAport of Major Davenport's birthday. All Oregon. he major envoked the wrath three orficers are stationed at or the Japs when he bombed Tokyo in Hillsborough FieAd. a B-25 along with Jimmy Doolittle. Beacuse he is such a valuable piece or property, Uncle Sam wont let hi.in out or tm United States. You can imagine how the Japs would like to ge their hands on him. Major Davenport, along with Capt. Berg and Lt. Elmore, )las moved into the Samns' house since Samms ha.\'9 moved to New York. Wednesday Chicago the Rep"b lican party nominated Governor Thomas Dewey of New York for president and Go\1ernor John vw. Bricker of In my opiJl.i.Pll they coi.+J,..dXl't have -a stIlger t.iAJket,

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J'v! E E J You I\ j\J E l G } l B 0 Waving been over a good bit of the United States, Lt. hines has 0 been stationed at Dothan, Alabama and at Bartow, Florida. He was also / sent to Yale for six months schocling by the army. As Engineering iFFRI .M. 11=H=n \ Officer, he is now stationed at U:LJ lJ:::bi;;lJ Hillsborough Fieid. Mrs. Hines, who trained to be a Ii' \W) 1 school teacher, has as 'her hobby "' < -embroidery and sewing .. \_ = with anything mechanical, and he H I H 'i I also likes to build model airplaDEs. )-.I_ But the little lady that keeps everyone on their toes is Pookie, kitten. Pookie is always into MEET LT. AND MRS. F.N. HINES something and never fails to get results. The Hines say they love it here Lt. and Mrs. Hines are occupy-in Temple Terrace, and you can't ing the Sherman residence while blame them. the Shermans are in Connecticut. Since the Rines are new members They come from Oklahoma City, Oklaof the rernple Terrace family, I homa where they both attended the urge you to make their acquaintance. University of Oklahoma. The Lieu-You will, as I did, find them to be tenant was in the R.O.T.C. in mighty fine college two years and then went __________ .... .,.,....,.*,...*-i .. into the army. Before entering the army, he was employed as an There only a few more days engineer with the Cessna aircraft left in the Fifth War Loan Drive. people at Wichita, Kansas. Do your part and make itv a success. ALLINSON1S C.omplete Line Polk's Grapefruit Juice Florida Gold Orange Juice Choice Apple Sauce De lrnont e Prune s PHONE 73 ... 2591 of bssorted Cookies and Crackers DEL MONT l:!: SP IC..t!l) T01vL'1TO FUNSTbB; u miELLED PECAN HALVES 6oz. 65 Fruits and Vegetables Sunset Prune Juice Tomato Juice Kraft Cheeses in jars and bulk Dressed Fryers Kraft Salad Dressing Assorted Col d Cuts Kraft French Dressing Spiced Luncheon Meat Joan of Arc Kidney Beans Spam & Vi e nna Sausage Pork Chops Boiled Harn Smoked Bacon Whit e Bacon STORE HOURS: CLOS.!.L) SU.ND.tY. 9am to 7pm Weelcdays 9am t;o lprn Wednesdays N.OTICE:: STO.RE WILL BE C _LO.SE.D .AT NOO:'\! ON JULY 3rd and 4th.


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