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Temple Terrace Sentinel

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Title:
Temple Terrace Sentinel
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Temple Terrace Town Crier
Creator:
Perry L., John ( Editor )
Renick, Johnny ( Circulation manager )
Schulzke, Bunny ( Editor )
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Florida Press Association
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English
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1 online resources (1 page)

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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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024273970 ( ALEPH )
48498165 ( OCLC )
T45-00214 ( USF DOI )
t45.214 ( USFLDC Handle )

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Temple Terrace Sentinel

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rf lfUl:Jf ll!aPr fi Published Weekly Artist and Circulation sub. 10 per month Temple Terrace's Manager. Adv. 10 per col.in. Only Jan Schulzke, Society MEMBER OF THE FLORIDA Newspaper and Advertising PRESS ASSOCIATION Manager Monday, March 5; 1849 1n Temple Florida* JOSLYj\JS J\J E "IV J-J ;\VE r1 \ r, \} !J r DJ ;\ Born to Mr. and Mrs. George w. Joslyn ofi Temple Terrace an 8 pound baby boy, Michael, at the St. Joseph's Hospital on Wednesday at 8:30. P.M. The Sentinel, along with the rest of Temple Terrace, sends its -------Sgt. and Mrs. G.C. Brittingham of Bartow visited the George K. Macauleys and Mrs. J.H. Allinson last weeli-end. .. -Mother Jobson, Dr. A.M.C. Job son' a mother, celebrated B3rd birthday on Friday, March 2. Mother Jobson has been in bed f or several years but her mind is as young and ib.evar was. The Sentinel wishes Mother Jobson many more happy birthdaysl -------Mrs. Jobson, Chairman of the Red Cross Drive in Temple Ter race announces that Temple Terracers are giving wonderfully to the ned Cross. The drive is not yet over and Chairman Jobson urges everyone to be ready with their "hearts and pocketbooks open.11 vwhether you have a boy in the service or not, you will want to give generously to the Red Cross. At a Red Cross rally in the City Auditorium last Tuesday; I had the privilege hear Eddie Rickenbackeal discuss the won.der.ful job the Red i;ss is doing on the .fronts as heif it. when he made his tour of fronts. He .pointed out that, bas taken u s 7, 000 'men in casualties to take only half o.f the a .square mile island of Iw6". You can imag _ine how costly it will be to take the Jap main Rickenbacker also pointed out that there would be a In a recent letter from her son, lO to 15 year war with the'Japs in Vernon who is in the Navy stationed the Pacific and in China before we at Pearl Harbor, Mrs. Nelms learned them entirely. &peaking as that Vernon and his. brmther, J.C,, a man who has spent 28 days on a also in the Navy, met in Pearl raft without food or water, he says Harbor when J.C.'s ship stopped that there isn't enough that we can there on its way west. She says that do to help the ned Cross in the the two brothers had a wonderful wonderful work it is doing. AS you time know the Germans aren't feeding $ $ $ $ $ $ $ American prisioners as requ.i .red by $ $ Schulzke. THE EXCHANGE NJ?IONAL BANK of Tampa Florida the Geneva Corifention. It is the Red Cross who sees that food is sent through to boys in prision camps. Give all you can to tne Red Cross. Total Resources The Uplift society which1 mat at Over Schulzke's, has decided to put on $59;000,000100 a comic play of the gay ninetys $ $ $ $ i f which will be d1.-rected by Mrs. Mrs, Atchley will assits in the musical score. PTA meeting has been p _ostponed from Tuesday 6 to Tuesday Marchl3J ALLINSON'S GROCERY Gibbs Mixed Vegetables(No pts) Stokleys Whole Beet Brer Rabbit Molasses Hur.ff Fork and Beans GLF Red Kidney Beans Spinach B-liss Potatoes, Sweet Potataes,Lettuce,Ctlery,Tomtoes,CabbageCarrots FRESH MEATS Phone 73-2'591