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PINE KNOLL SHORELINE
Issue No, 56
Editors; Mary Doll
Noni and George Eastland
To The Editors of the Shorelines
So this is the final issuei
It is hard to believe that we will no longer be reading of Town
activities, of newcomers, of friends and neighbors, of new and inter
esting places in the County, of all the many facets of lif® in PKS
that we have been privileged to read about in "our” paper.
No doubt its publication meant hours of work by all who contri
buted their time and talent and it is understandable that their efforts
must finally end. But we will all miss the Shoreline and remember it
I want to express my appreciation and that of our Town to the
Shoreline editors, writers, reporters, typists, assemblers, proof
readers and a.11 who contributed to its success.
It may be that some day a new Shoreline will rise, Phoenix-like,
to carry on the traditions established by the old.
VvELCOME, Bob and Marion Greenlaw, Bob and Marion built on Oakleaf Dr,
way back whtn there were very few of us here. They hove been coming
down from their New York City apartment when they had time off from
Bob’s work, which involved so much overseas travel in pharmaceutical
sales. Now that Bob has retired they plan to divide their time between
Pine Knoll Shores and their home in Main, Both of them ore golfers
and familiar figures in the community, so this is not an introduction,
but a. welcome to say how glad we are they can now spend so much more
time in PKS.
WANT your lawn mowed this Summer? Dutch Sensenich, Knollwood Drive,
is interested in mowing lawns in PKS, He prefers to use your mower.
He charges by the job, and you can call him at 726-li580 of ter school
A MOVIE ACTOR in our midst? That's right, Ed Spader had a^rold in a
movie fims in Hamburg when he was in Germany this year. Friends
suggested that he go down to the studio, which needed some extras,
and he was promptly hired for the role of an electrician in a crime
movie being made in Germany by an Italian producer about a safe-crack-
ing job in New York, Ed, as an electrician, had to deactivate the
alarm system on the safe and windows of the building. He had to learn
how to look scared, how to sweat (glycerine drops) from fear, and how
to get shot. He had a contract for a minimum of four days and worked
seven. Glamor? Well, he says, you sit for two hours waiting for the
lights to be set, work an hour, and wait another two. But he had fun,
and promises to- tell us when the film is released in this country.
KEN AND IRENE DOREMUS will have begun blood pressure clincs at the
Town Hall by the time this letter reaches you. You can have your BP
checked on the second and fourth Wednesdays at the Town Hall (June lUth
and 28th, for example). EMT’s will be on duty from 9 to 12 on these
Mayor-Pine Knoll Shores