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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 )
Schulzke, Jan ( 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 TEMPLE TERRACE. 8 Jan Schulzke, Society Ed. ONLY NEWSPAPER Founded in 1940 Tuesday, March 12, 1946 -------------)\ f. r) C KOSS QUO .2f ;\ -r r' r1 r; 1\ ( ;' c. J\J\.r\'-.J!.. PINNELL FAMILY TOGETHER .AGAIN FOR FIRST TIME IN FOUR YEARS .. It has been four years the R.E. Pinnell family, Mr. and Donald, Gene, and Whit, hns 'been at home together. Mr. Pinnell, a Staff Officer in the Maritime Service who served aboard the "Antelope Hills" for fourteen months, is now home for thirty days, his first vacation since Pearl Harbor. Oldest son, Donald, recently discharged from the Navy, is soon to start back in school. Gene, a n able seaman in the Merchant Marine and who accompanied his sea-going father on his latost voyage, is also off duty for about $457 SUBSCRIBED TO DATE. ; DRIVE IN TERRACE INCO:JPLETE TemplE 'I'P.rrace has over subscribed its $300 quotR for the Americ a n Rea Cro s s 1946 Campaign. Mrs. A.M.C. Jobson, head of the drive in this communi.ty who direct ed thC' crnm1 : i g n from her bed. wher<-' she wc:.s c :i;-rfined ns tht:result of a fall until just recently, has rm nounc c d tha t hPr volunteer workErs in T e mpl e and Harney have turtiecf so far. The drive, Mrs. Jobson explains, has not yet been completed. the same time as his father and is J.C. DISCHARGED FROM NAVY at presatit::working at the Tf.:mpl e Terrace golf club. The youngest, Mac./2c J.C. Nelms, son of Mr. Whit, who will soon be old and Bob Nelms, was discharged to enter the Navy, is enjoying t he fro m the Navy last W e dnesday in combined presence of his long-absentJacksonville. Just r eturned from brothers and father. Certainly you a year a nd a half in the P acific, can imagine how Mrs. Pinnell f eels he hnd in the s ervice for about having all of her family of four and a half years. men home together. There are few that have not been visited by filr. Pinnei1 in his voyages, and he says that he has yet to see a nioer place than Temple Terrace. What finer a recommendation does this community need! Mr. and Mrs. Arthurr Schulzke left ounday for a three day business trip to Miami. Frank @mith, of the ls home on a two week's leave. Johnny McWhirter, Jr. was opera ted on Wednesday at the Tampa Mu nicipal Hospital for appendicitis. He was scheduled to return home this i.:>unduy. A Mother Goose play in which 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders took part, was presented at the last Terrace P.T.A. meeting Mrs. Mary K. Bowen, of Chicago, has been visiting her cousin, Mrs. T.E. LeGrone, for the past two weeks. She left Wednesday to continue a country-wide t our. Mrs. W alter P 0 well.1s nieci:;, Miss Jeanette Griffin, of Detroit, is visiting the Powells. Y..r. JuJ .ian Dowling, who has been in .Mobile, was home for a few days last w ee k Mils. T. T. resident for had a cataract removed from her eye, She is at the Tampa Municipal Hospital. Miss Toni Joslyn broke her arm last week while playing with her brothers. ALLIN SON 1 S GROCERY AND MARKET IT WILL SOON BE TIME FOR THOSE BACK YARD PICNICS ON SUNDAY AFTERNOONS. KEEP THIS IN MIND THE NEXT TIME YOU SEE OUR WIDE VARIETY OF MEATS, VEGETABLES, FRUITS, AND CANNED GOODS. YOU'LL FIND JUST WHAT YOU'RE 'LOOKING F'OR AT ALLIN80. N1S GROCERY. PH. 73-2591


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