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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' John Perry, Editor Published Weekly Advertising 10 per col. in. Jan Schulzke, Society Ed. Subscription 10 per month Founded in 1940 TEMPLE TERRACEf S ONLY NEWSPAPER Tuesday, September 11, 1945 ... ...... .. : .. : /;/,,.---: ... _.,, ..... ->- \ :: ;.:.. ._ .... : : .: \ c: : ... ... : .. : .... ;_ : .. --. ,_, -\ (' '>': \ -5, o \ 0 \ \ < M ft','2; C J V J C ;\S $ 0 C 1 ;\ -r j 001 S E -r S D U E 5 ;\-f D ; 9;H-G R;\D -r o GO -ro F S.S. JI\. }J JG J-J A.E. BLAKE ELECTED AS ASS I : 3TANT SECRETARY AND TREASURER At a meeting of the Temple Terrace Civic Assbciation in the school would be a minimum BO.CK TO oCHOOL ---:..--_ of $6 per year per family. However, the vivic associ, set has just about be!Secretary T.C. Cross an-come resigned to 1 ts V 1 nounced that to that date fate. This year finds jthe association had sixnintp graders at FrankHONORABLE DISCHARGE 1teen members anc had col-lin JUJlior High instead' lected a total of $210 of Memorial due to the NO. 1 in The larges t be-fact that Memorial is ( ing $50. so overcrowded that it l The first of a series The office of Assiscannot take pupils out-[of articles about Tern-tant Secretary and side of its district. Jple Terrace boys who 1surer was with the Don Atchley, Tom !have been discharged.) election of Mr. A.E. Dowling, Stanley Roller Blake. John Jay Seitz, Jart Sgt. Joe Powell, son The association's pro-Schulzke, Joanne Smith, of Mr. and Mrs. J.K. posed charter has still .Anne Thomson, and Joe Powell, was discharged some articles to be add TomKo are those who are from the army August ea to it before it is going to Franklin. Wes25th. Joe an ready. ley Barber is attending ructor in aerial a.na !n order to prevent Sulphur Springs Jurtior ground photography a nc uhdesirable residents was in the battles of from moving into Temple Those who are enter-Tunisia, Rome, and Ar-Terrace, the association ing Hillsborough High o, as well as the air plans to solic1 t the help School are K enneth Bar-offensive in Europe. or Tampa real estate men nebey and Johnny Renick other awards, Joe to use good judgement in (A note of interest to as three battle stars showing Temple Terrace H.H.S. inmates:-John-and the good conduct homes to prospects. ny's bulletin room edal. teacher is one Cornell-A P.re-Pearl Harbor -us Striffer Oteinberg.) vet (he joined May 15, At the time of 1941), Joe will be on The Peri.tit1el:i:i!frtkirrI printing, names of ithe staff of the Miami to report that Miss Ade e children entering Daily News as photogra-Roller is in the hospitnl ple Terrace b.ehool were pher for the winter .. in St. Pete. Get .well not We will Next spring he soon, Adele. have these for you lans to attend colleg next week. in New York where he Joe recently took aerial ill study photography. p'ix of T.T. & tis home.


Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Goal of Louisiana and their two children Charolette .Ann and Betty Jean house guests of Mr. Goal's sister Mrs. Helen Renick. Recent guests of the J.L. Perrys have been Dr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Neal of Knoxville, Tennessee Machinist Mate 3/c Joe McCampbell and his wife, the former Miss Marqurete Harrison of Knoxville. Mac. Mate Mccampbell has served 3 years in the South tacif and is now stationed in Also visiting the Perrys are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Capps and their daughter, Martha, of Knoxville, who are spending the winter at Pnss-egrille. Temple Terrace Uplift Society initiated Eleanore Rodulph on Friday, September 7. <...; EYES J \.:). i the latest information Temple Terrace's G.I.s. Corporal Bobby Petersen, son of Mr. and T. P etersen, is tn the Antio..aircraft with the army on Biak, just Northwest of New Guinea on the equator. Bobby writes that he was alseep the night the fnlse Jap surrender came lin. He woke up at 1:15 to see the searchlights and hear the ackack, a.nc1 he' thought he had been sleeping thro1.igh another air ra10. Bobby, who has bePn in on the invasions over there, expects to be out thP.re six or seven more months. Bob McCartney, radar technichian, is someNhere in the Pacific. !His Dick, is in the Fourth Marine Division, and when lasit heard 11 from was on shin in the : Pacific. -I I Second Lieutenant Tom.my Cureton, Mrs. Gabielle Bethancourt, the .who gets the Sentinel each weel{, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. c.K. 'is on Tinian with the 58th Bomb Cooper, is in New with her Wing. The 58th, formerly stationed husband G.M. l/c Richard Bethan-in India was the first of the court who is on leave from the navy. B-29s to bomb Petty Officer 3ra Clas s Frank Smith, son of Mayor and Mrs. S.L. 1 Smith, ls a storekerper at Cecil Mr. and Mrs H.C. Seitz a nd thei Field in Jacksonville. Frank's children, John Jay, Shirley, and enlistmebt is up in July, and he Mary, have returned to Temple Ter-hopes to be out. soon after. tace from Ocala Forest where they have spent a 3 months If you have news of your boy in vacation. the service, call the Sentinel. Othere in '-emple Terrace like to hear about your boy, too. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomson and I ---------------------their daughter, Anne, and her Mrs. George Pavis ahd her daughters, guest, Joanne Smith, have returned /Tekla Jean Dorinda, who is at to Temple Terrace from a two week the medical Oenter in N.Y., and Mrs. vacation in North Carolina mountEC Nance, '#ife of the president of U., guests at a birthday o Jobson on 31. Dr. Jobson gave a birthday dinner at the ColUJjbia September 6 for Mrs. The guests were Jobson' s sister, Mrs. George Davi, her two childreh Dr. and Mrs, Francis Sack, and Mrs E,C. Nance. 1 r r) o r( r) 'I \.:.I J\ '-i _,J\ WHY NOT DO YOUR MARKETING HERE IN TEMPLE TERRACE? TRADE AT ALLINSON'S GROCERY WHERE YOU ILL FIND WELL STOVKED SHELVES, FRESH MEATS, AND FRESH VEGE.-TABLES. TO AVOIB THE CROWDED CONDITICJ(I ON ENDS, SHOP EARLY IN THE WEEK. YOU'LL FIND A LARGER SUPPLY THEN. PHO.SB.


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