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
Perry L., John ( Editor )
Renick, Johnny ( Circulation manager )
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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llt tMnTimrtll John Perry, Editor. Johnny Renick, CirPublished Weekly Monday Nov. 20, 1944 culation Manager Adv. 10' per col. in. Bunny Schulzke, Adver SU.b. 10' per month "TEMPLE TERRACE'S ONLY ti sing L vmnager and MEMBER OF THE FLORIDA NEWSPAPER" Society .t!Jditor. PRE SS G_ 1_, s n Pre-Aviation Cadet Sam Dowling has qualified for Navigation training. Sam is still stationed at ( ...__ \ fll, Freeman Field, Seymour, Incliana. 1 /"'. ,_....... (J;'t Bobby Petersen, of the Army, is __ r on a furlough in Sidney, 0:. For his two week furlough, Bobby [,,... [[] had to go all the wa.y from the ('(_ -"'\ t '. "tt t-: Netherland East Indies to Australia. '-_ ...,J()_) With him is a buddy from Lakeland. Frank Smith, radio-gunner on a O.M. WHITMAN Navy Helldiver, iB in the Pacific on a carrier of the Essex class. Vernon Nelms, of the Navy, received a slight injury to his hand two weeks ago. His mother explains that he has had to iulXB write his letters with his left hand. The pupils of the 6th; 7th, and 8th grades of the Temple Terre.ca school gave their teacher, Mrs. Wolf gang, a s urprise party this week. ...... ... -The FAMILY OF THE is tho O. M Whitman family. They moved to Temple Terrace eleven years ago from Palma Ceia. Jimmy wwhitman, 22, the only son, is a Senior liUdshipman in the Supply Corp of the Navy. lie is now at Harvard in the Navy Supply Jimmy will be commissioned an in June. As you know Jimmy is a wonderful student and this schooling at Harvard is suiting him fine, whitman's hobby is collecting cmeos and candlesticks. She has wooden. china, silver, and all kinds of candlesticks in her home. Mr. Whitman's hobby is working in the yard. Their bull-dog, Bill; is eleven year. s old, and still think s Mrs. Arthur P. Schulzke returned he is three and can lick anythi n g home Sunday from a two week stay I in Temple Terrace. at the Tampa Municipal Hospital. 1 The Whitman house is verry a t t:::?actHer condition is greatly improved, ive. When I visited them there was and she will be able to have a cheery fire on the hearth. Abo v e visit.ors. 1the mantle hangs a beautiful pai nt-ing of Mrs. V vhitman. (Cont. page 2 )


J If m rr Il If @r If r r ti:ut If MEEF' YOUR NEIGHBOR{Cont. from p.l) Also in their home is a French em& Il Il o ')) imported needlepoint u mt Jiff uu The Wh.1tmans say that they love community very much. ((6 that Temple Terrace beats the ff' rrl? n6 f}'b fil1 part of California in which they 1-> 1.)..-L>-l> once lived. The Whitmans are the finest of people. Temple Terrace could do YOU WILL FIND well to have more of such citizens, If yo'C.. haven't met the Whitmans or vv.l;!; C.nRhY b are n e w in the neighborhood, let me suggest that you visit theqi. LINl!: OF Ffu!iSH ............ Th 0 Joslyns are the proud owaers of a new sail boat, the "Capt. 'Fhumb. 11 She is dooked at the yaeht basin on the Bayshore. ----$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ THE EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK $ of TAMPA, FLORIDA $ Resources Over $ $56,000;000.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ i Mr. and Mrs. Rosert Cross and two young sons, Bobby and Carl, of Arcadia are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Gross. Young Bobby cele brated his second birthday Sunday in grand style with ice cream and cake. ..., _________ Please phone in all items for the edition by AN.u G.ANGOODS OUR AIM IS TO ON HANDS AT ALL R OF BRANDS FOR YOUR mw}l C A L L 73-2591 v


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