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Temple Terrace Sentinel

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Temple Terrace Sentinel
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Temple Terrace Town Crier
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Perry L., John ( Editor )
Schulzke, Jan ( Editor )
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Florida Press Association
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English
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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 Jan Schulzke, Society Ed. Founded 1940 'I'EMPLE TERRACE'S ONLY NEWSPAPER Tuesday, March 19, 1946 --------------------------------------r r r {, u B A D PENNY HASN t T COME BACK YET The bad penny doesn't always come back. At least the W.R. McCarleys' bad Penny didn't come back. Last Wednesday, Penny, dimlhnu tive tan and white Manchester Toy Terrier that belongs to Mr. nnd Mrs. W.R. Mccarley, strayed from home and has not been seen since. If you have seen Penny or know where she is, pleasa call the McCarleys. They are very anxious to have Penny back with them. Penny's identifying characteristic is the complete curl that her tail makes over her back. The W.M. Mcsweeney family is the proud owner of a new 1946 Huiison. .DOUBL -QUOTr\ J'v\f\ R J( DRIVE TO EXTEND THROUGH THIS WEEK-END As the Temple Terrnce for the American Red Cross its end this it also is nearing th0 mark, double the $300 quota a s signed to this community anc'."the district. The t.1 l n o w is $540, nnd a Templ e 'I'<'1 : r'.'.co citizen has promised th0t t f $580 is collected by the v o h m w0rk ers, he will contribur.(' the rf'm::iining to make the total ( 600, just double the quota. The f')llowing i s n n open letter from the head of the Red Cr oss camp aign in Templ0 Terrace, s. A.M.C.Job s on: "March 16, 1946 11: 1 r n J obson, in behalf of' t h e l\m cricn.n Red Cross, wishes Mr. Harold Maeders parents, to expross sjncere apnreciatio n to Mr. and Mrs. Louis S, Maeder, will thC' p(:>,Yple of Temple 'i'errace r-:nd visit the Maeders this week. Harney nnd Qlso to 11Jr. Sherman, -------. Dr r :nd Tiff.rs. C. B. Wil"'ler, good T/Sgt. William E. ar-friends and form0r nPighbors, for rived in New Y ork, March 1: 5 on the the splendid contributions v rhich 11S.S. General Howze." Bill, who !!W d r. thlbs Red Cross drive a real has.been in service 3 years success. overseas 17 months, Will soon get hAlSI), to the volunteer w0rke r s his discharge from Ft. Bragg. tlis who collected thf.' sum $540, which wif e is waiting his a.rr:i val while w a s $ 240 over the quota, goes a visi tin2' Bill's parf .:nts, Mr. and deep feeling Jf gratitude for the Mrs. W.T. Steptiens, in T.T. wonderful work acC!omplished which -------i'ms done undP.r diff'icul t circum-Mrs, V varren M. T'1ppan and her stances. 3 children former T.T. r esidents, "Th e kind n ess of Mr. Perry and visited Mrs. Rosenberg Friday. J ohnny f DJ' g etting rpquired mRterial fror:1 Rr:/1 C ross hr::!adeunrter s is also ALLINSON' i::i v ery mueh qp prccintfid, and the AND editor f o r bringing the Red Cross MARKET drive t o the ntt8ntion of the people PET & GOLDEN KEY EVAPORATED MII,K GARDEN GIFT PEAS 14 can CAMPBELL'S ciOUPS PILLSBURY P.hNCAKE FDOUR 13 AUNT JEMii\t1A BUCKWHEAT PANCAKE FABY FOODi::i FLOUR 18 NEW 11PO;:JT-TENS11 and GIANT-.:3IZE KELLOG CORN FLAKES SNOW FLAKE POTATOES 17 can BORDEN'S "HEMO" 1 lb. 59 WHI'.I'EHOUoE APPLES AUCE 25 can SILVER FLOS8 SAUER KRAUT 23 can RIVER BARTLETT PEARS VELVETA CHEESE PABLUM large size 43 Phone 73-2591 "Our thanks to Mrs. George Moore and Mrs. Harley Davis for their splendid work in collecting (82 in ['..nd to >'!rs W.F. Thomson, Mrs. S.L. Smith, Mrs. J.L. Perry, Mrs. E.Ii.. McCartney, J.K. Powel, Mrs. L.A. Grayson, nnd Mrs. T.C. Cross, volunteer in Temple Tl"rrace. ''Note: Anyone "tivishing to contribute to the Red Cross drive that might have been ov0rlooked, call any of the above ladies and they will see that your contribution reaches headquerters. Thank you, Mrs. Job son"