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The day was pleasant and warm, but unfortunately was marred by a three—car
accident and seven fires along Salter Path Road during the Governor’s visit*
^THANKS" -TOM F331E The **fun day” sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary on Sunday,
October 5 from all reports was a successfia event. The ladies
EEPARTMBNT MHEES reported they ended the day with a net profit of $1,767.93.
The affair was held at Jungleland and attracted a good sized
crowd throughout the day. The ladies served fish and barbecue along I'Tith hush puppies,
potato salad and cole slaw, and also sold cakes. Jungleland donated to the fire
department the proceeds from jungle golf, bumper boats and other facilities of the park.
The Ladies Auxiliary particularly extend their thanks and appreciation to the
residents of Hne Knoll Shores and others for their support of this event, the proceeds
of which will'be dedicated to usefiil purposes of the fire department.
.COl^gSSION MTING In the absence of Mayor Wayne Cleveland, Mayor Pro Tempore Bill
Dlxson conducted the regular meeting of the Commission on Tuesday,
^ QGTOBER 2 October 7* During the meeting Commissioner Jerome reported that
the Planning Board is preparing to mail to all residents a
questionnaire. The survey will seek the views of residents on how they would like to
see the growth of Pine Kholl Shores developed over the next few years, and specifically
on hov7 the land should be used. The Board encourages property owners to respond and
to make suggestions which can be considered by the Planning Board for future land useage
The Board also approved a plat scheme presented by Commissioner Jerome that would
allow Bill Christian to develop a nine-lot subdivision of single family homes just east
of Juniper Road, off Salter Path Road.
Fire Chief 0. K. Foster presented the Fire Department report and announced that
Captain Howard Laws was recuperating well from knee surgery that was required after
he was injured while fighting a fire on Juniper Road. Chief Foster encouraged the Board
to reconsider the plan that would allow the department to become a member of the
Firemen’s Relief Fuad. The Board supports the program and did vote to join and pay
the membership fee for all fire department members.
The Board announced that the Town Hall will be open for business on Tuesday, ■
November /*,» election day, but the meeting of the Board scheduled for that day will
be postponed until the following Tuesdaj^, November 11, at S p.m.
XQUR Peggy and Bob Hope, fomerly of Westfield, New Jersey, moved into
thedj new home at 109 Teak Court on September 13, their 34th wedding
I^XQHBORS anniversary. On the way down from New Jersey Peggy drove the car
and Bob drove the truck, communicating with each other via C B radio.
Peg worked for New Jersey Bell Telephone Company, retiring in August, and held the
title of Staff Associate. Bob operated his own business as a cabinet maker and
contractor. He presently is the new building inspector for Fine Knoll Shores. His
hobby is boating and fishing, while Peg likes reading, needlework and sewing. Bob
built many of the cabinets in their new home, qnd also a desk, coffee table, stereo
cabinet and the fireplace mantle .