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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 (2 pages)

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Temple Terrace (Fla.) -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
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Temple Terrace's first newspaper.

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024273970 ( ALEPH )
48498165 ( OCLC )
T45-00227 ( USF DOI )
t45.227 ( USFLDC Handle )

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--John Perry, F.ditor Published Weekly TEMPLE TERRACE'S ONLY NEWSP.AIBJan Society Editor and Advertising Sub. 10 per month Adv. 10 per col.inch. Founded 1940 -* TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1945 ---------------------During the summer -:iThe 'I'emple Tervacation l'llonths, the race Church Scgool Sentinel will be pub-llwill hold no more lished on Tuesdays. Sunday services You can help us by until September 9. phoning in all your However, each by no later than* nmnth during the evening. If sum.mer there will i*"you have guests, news-* be community sings, of your GI, let suppers, or socials. ,us know which will be spon-in Temple Terrace are* sored by the Church 1 r r' I / interested too. School. CORRECTION: week's edition we listed the graduates. f _rom Memorial Junior High, The name of Kenneth Barnebey was inadvertently omitted. Dr. E.C. Nam:e, President of Tampa University, has been 4he house guest of Dr. artd A.M;C. JobSOD. A picnic lunch and party, sponsored by the emple Terrace P.T.A., was held on the last day of school at the swimming pool and school grounds. All of the pupils of the +emple Terrade School and:.s.ome o! the mothers --------------Mr. Seitz resigned from the O.P.A. rental control on June 7, 1945. Mr. and Mrs .ltJetcher anc;l their children moved from Temple Terrace Friday to their new home in' Sul phur Springs. We are all sorry to see them leave. Mrs. J.K. Wolf and h e r two children, Jane ruid Frank, left T emple Terrace for the summer months to go up north. BUDDY GOSE 'JV I C B ;\ C l ( I J\I S -r ;\ -r E S Buddy Gosewich of the United States Marine Corp, son of Harry Gosewich of the Temple Terrace Service Station, phoned his father last Thursday frca San Francisco and told him he is back in the States an.a all right. Re saio in a few days be shippec to ban Diego. From there he expects to get a 30 day f\,U'lough in about two weeks. Budcy has been fighting on Oki nawa where he was recently woundec. Bob and Harry Dowling returned. yesterday from St. Petersburg where they have been playine in the High School group of the West Coast Open Golf Tournament. Bob came in fourth piace in the High School group, his scores being 101, 79, 87, and 93. Harry shot 91, 96, 93, and 89. The twins, who usually shoot better than this, can really go places in golf if .they stick to it. The Key Club of Hillsborough High School held its last of the school year Friday in Temple Terrace with a swimming party ana picnic supper at the Perrys. BACK THE WAR LOAN THE BEST OF YOUR ABILITY J

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-r i'vl p l f -J' r' r r \ ( r !, 1\ 1\ ; '-' !.. (2) f ;\ J'vJ l LY Of J J E '1V E E _,...""'---. / / ( ,--("'/ ....._ -/ I ----\ ... 0) --............. ._r" This week the .: { .c\y, Family of the Week is the Walter R. Mccarley family;----. -Mr. and Mrs. Mccarley have been J.1v1ng in Temple Terrace since last August. Before moving to Temple Terrace the y lived in Tampa for three years. Mr. Mccarley runs a wholesale piston ring and motor rebuilding shop, the Grant Piston Ring Sales(named for a make of piston rings). Some days Mrs. McCarley works in town, keeping books for Mr. Mccarley. Both Mr. and Mrs. McCarley1s hobby is fishing. TI:iey have their own outboard motor, and like to go fishing for bass in Lake Apopka. They have also fished in almost all the bnckwat8rs of the dams on the Tennessee River. Mrs. McCarley has just started learning how to play the piano. She is learning by the chord method, which is the fnst way, but she says it is the hard way. The McCarley's "baby" is Trixie, the three year olc1 Manchester Toy Terrier. Trixie makes the perfect lap-cog. The McCarleys have painted and plastered the insice of their home and have planted shade trees in the yard. You may remember that the Sentinel once saic the McCarleys haf. two children. The Sentinel's motto is "We print only the truth." But you must also remember "We make mistakes." Mrs. McCarley has a brother-in-law who is in the Air Transport He was the first pilot to lane in B erlin anc also, first man to broadcast from Berlin. He flew a British and a Russian general to Berlin. Mr. McCarley, who comes from lirmingham, Alabama, says that they like Temple Terrace fine and would not live anywhere else. Mrs. Mc carley thinks it is wonderful. People wqo take an interest in their home anc in the community like the McSarleys do make Temple Terrace the placrto live in that it is. If you hcve not met the McCarleys yet, be sure to do so. They are really fine people. .. ALLINSON1S GROCERY WE STRIVE TO KEEP ON HANDS AT ALL TIMES A GENEROUS SuPPLY OF FRESH HIGH GRADE MEATS. YOU WILL FINS OUR SHELVES STOCKED WITH A VARIETY OF CANNED GOODS FOR YOU TO SELECT FROM. SHOP EARLY IN THE WEEK. ORDER NOW. PHONE 73-2591