< Ed. Published Weekly Sub, 10 per month Advertising 10 per col.in, Founded 1940 ---------------j\;} ;\ f\ Y 8 E -r J-J CL;\ R }\ i'l D J 0 E _;.\ R E J'1l ; \ f \ f \ I f D I J'I V;\ --_, _,__ ADDITIONS TO BUS SCBEDULE COUPLE WILL WORK ON MIAMI PAPER Here are t o the Terraoe bus AnrtoUhOemeht has be e h bf the arriage Saturday, September 8th, of L ee. v c s s. Leave T. T. i ss Mary Beth Clakk, daughter of :7J: l 5 P.M.. 3:30 P.M. r. l:l.tld Mrs. Fred W, Clark, of Van4: 3 0 P.M. 4:45 P.M. ofh, to Joe Powel, sou of There has been a change in the r. and Mrs. Joseph K. Powel of r oute through the After Temple Terrace, Florida, the bus passes Perrys it turns by The cahdle light ceremony was D o wlings, Ha.nuners, and back by the in the First Methodist Church c:l u b and store. The loop i s in Van Horn with the Rev. Frank A. m a d e on these new runs. When the atthews officiating. The Church was time changes t nere will be a redecorated with baskets of white vision of the entire schedule. gladioli and asters. Preceding the ceremony Mrs, Joe Burchard played a The Knights of Colornbus held a edly of bridal airs and Mrs. W.T. picnic and swimming party at the edley sang "Because" and "You Be-pool Sunday afternoon. long To My Heart." -------The bride, who entered with her Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Seitz gave father, wore a satin gown .of mag. a party for their son, John Jay,on olia shade styled with sleeves of Friday night. Prizes for Bunco were eirloom lace. The same lace edged awarded to Don Atchley, Patsy Ren-the sweetheart neckline and her veil ick, and Joanne Smith. as identical lace. The bridal bouquet was a shower Miss T ony Joslyn celebrated her of white roses. For" something old'' eleventh birthday Saturday. Happy she carried a lace handkerchief that Birthdayl was given to her mother at the lat--------ter's wedding. Mrs. Wolfgang's mother is seriousMis s Margaret Clark was hetr siste r ly 111. She suffered cerebreal maid of honor. She wore andaqua hemmorage last Wednesday. frock of Taffeta and net and she -------carried a bouquet of Fuchsia Asters Mrs. E,E. Hawk and her daughter, The flowers girls, Lora and M i s s Gloria Hawk were luncheon zabeth, twin daughters of Mr. a..s& guests today at Mrs. Perry1s. Mrs. Pat Armstrong were dressed" -------pink taffeta with calottes. Ted Anderson transferred from T.T.They each carried pink baskets fil-to Franklin Jonior High school. led with rose petals which were -------strewn the bridal path. Ben Mrs. W.R .. McCarley left last week Wylie, Jr. was best man and the by plane to visit in Birmingham ushers w ere Joe Burchard and James A l a Fleming. For her daughter(s wedding, -------Mrs. Clark wore a rose crepe gown. Following the ceremony a reception was held for the couple. Autumn flowers were used in the decoration. Assisting in the courtesies were Misses Anna Lee Harris, Neva Frances Harrell, Imogene Dixon, and Nannie in Lae Kitchens. Mary K athryn Chapmap, daughter of Mrs. T.C. Cross, and her husband, Her shel A. Chapman have b e en visiting here after living L a Porte, Ind. The two were marrie d a year ago. The couple is spending a few day s in El Paso and they will go to Miami, Florida where they will be a t Recently discharged from the T O OUR READERS : The reason for theAr Corps, the bridegroom is a pho t o delay in this iss ue i s due to the on the Miami Daily News. His fact that we could not obtain high bride i s club editor in the society quality stencils soon enough. department o f the same paper.
2 -r o Of EDITORIAL: Today a big step' in the right direction for the development of Temple Terrace was made by Temple Terrace boys and a cub airplane. For the past three afternoons, as soon as they got home from school, these boys have been preparing a landing strip in Temple rr'errace for light (Cub type) airplanes. Today the first plane landed cn Temple Terrace's own airport. It landed, took off, landed and took off again. The first step in the fnture development :of Tempie Terrace .begun. To onlookers the sight of planes flying around may have been a bit misleading. These planes were not stunting or "buzzing" but making preparatory runs over the strip, a proceedure made by pilots when landing on a new field. They were competent pilots who know. their business well. We understand the Temple Terrace Civic Association i s most anxious t o do all it can for the development of Temple Terrace. Here is its big chance. Just think what it would mean for our city to have c:n airport of its own; air-conscious Tampans will fly out to play golf, s w im, ot visit friends at the Florida Christian College, Temple boys as; a s some adults will be wanting to fly, it woul d provide s peedy transportation to the hospital on Island in case of Q ny severe itck ness in the Terrace. It would put Tem.ple Terrace on the map. This is no "kids' scheme". These boys mean business. Our city commissioners and the Association should back them all the way. I have the plans for an airport suitable to a community our size which is put out by Piper aircraft people. It shows how easy and cheaply a strip for light planes can be butl t. 'rhese sma.11 planes do not require a hard-surface runway; a soil strip is plenty suffietent. Howevert the present strip is the asphalt road leading from hole no. 13 to the garbage dump. Planes take off and land away from T.T. houses so there is no possibility of danget. Civil Aeronautics Authority requires that a must be flown before landing and after takeoff. It would not be necessary for planes to fly over our houses. The plane will land again Friday afternoon sometime after 5:0 0 P.M. The Sentinel urges all interested citizens to be out at the strip then and see what improvements need to be made. Come and see what these boys have working for. We need your support! Let's make Friday a day to in Temple Terrace history. Here is our big chance to put Temple Terrace forward, Think this over. You cannot help but see the advantages to an airport in Temple Terrace. It's not often that I ask Sentinel readers to do something. But this is one time I do wish you would turn out and see an airport has to offer. There is need for a cross-strip. If the present site is not dc sireable, maybe, our good ftiend Mr. will donate enough land for strips. Or, maybe, the Civic Association could buy it from him, John Perry, editor ALLINSON18 GROCERY DO YOUR MARKETING IN TEMPLE TERRACE. YOO WILL FIND WE HAVE WELL STOCKED HIGH GRADE MEATS, AND FRES H VEGETABLES. FOR YOUR OWN CONVENIENCE TRADE EARLY IN THE WEEK TO AVOID THE RU3H AT THE END OF THE WEEK. Phone 73-2591