North Carolina Newspapers

    PINE KNOLL SHORE LINE
Issue #14
June 1974
COLLEGE KIDS AROUND THIS SUMI-IER AT YOUR HOUSE? Some of them too new
in these parts to have found cronies to compare notes with? Have them
call Vivian flacdonild, 726-6727, and leave their names if they feel
the urge to socia].,:;3e or rap* Vivian will try to arrange a get-to
gether some time during June, Nobody*s going to push anybody into
anything, but it is realized that finding friends is a bit more diffi
cult for people beyond the walls of the red school houses - p-.ople
who are perhaps only in PKS for a couple of summer montds. Snore Line
wants to help,
COMMISSIONERS' MEETING, May 9, 1974
Commissioner Hicks announced that a master street lighting system plan
is being developed by a sub-committee of the Planning Board under the
leadership of Mr. E.C. Baker.
Commissioner McBride was asked by the Mayor and board of commissioners
to ge. data on the possibility of establishing a Civil Defense function
in tno Town, At the June 13 meeting Mr, Jack Savage, Atlantic Beach
Civil Defense Director, will speak about the need for a civil defense
program in a community.
Commissioner Ramsey stated that he is still studying the mosquito
control problem, looking for a man to run the fogging machine, checking
on what help the Town can get from either the county or the state.
The proposed ordinance on streets and street construction was tabled
until further studies can be made.
The Mayor announced that Walter Wilcox of PKS has agreed to head up
a study on fire protection for the Town,
SINCE THE MEETING: The deed to the Town Hall site property has been
received from the Roosevelt interests and has been duly recorded, so that,
in tne near future, the building will be moved to its new spot on Bridge
Road..,, THE PROPOSED TOWN BUDGET for 1974-75 will be on display at
the Town Office in the Atlantis from June 3rd through the 14th, A
hearing will be held on this budget at 8:00 PM Monday, June 17th, in
the Carteret Room of the John Yancey Motel, If necessary, an adoption
meeting will be held in the same place on June 20th, Meanwhile, pre
liminary budget meetings have been held at the Atlantis on Thursday,
May 23rd and Friday, May 31st,
MEET NEW NEIGHBORS:
DEBORAH AND WILL CAMPBELL are renting half the round house on Oakleaf,
Will is district manager for American Standard Homes, They cnme here
from their native Richmond, Virginia, Will is an author; watch for the
soon-to-be-published novel of his called Beggars at the. Golden Mint
Deborah is a graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology in New
York, has done modeling, and has been a buyer for a dress shop. Right
now she is waiting for the birth of their first child some time in July,
VIVIAN AND BILL MACDONALD are settling into their life on Ash Court,
Bill is with the Elliott Company, a subsidiary of Carrier Air Conditibning
where he*s been in the overseas division for many years, the last few
of which they’ve lived in Westfield, New Jersey, Vivian says they*ve
moved about every four years but she hopes this is the last one, as
Bill expects to retire soon. They have twins (a married son and
daughter) and another son, Garen, 19, who has just finished his first
year at R.P.I, in Troy, New York, and expects to be here this summer,
Vivian has been active in garden clubs all her life. She and bill both
enjoy fishing, golf, tennis, and their particular hobby of metal and
wood sculpture,
DOROTHY AND ED SIGALL are in their new home on Arbor Vitae; they come to
us from Chelmsford, Mass, where Ed has been a flight test pilot for
the federal aviation agency at Hanscom Air Force Base. They have a
son, Dana, 19, wViO attends the U, of Ohio and is spending the summer
working with a friend in Utah, When asked what he likes and wants to
do down here, Ed replied quickly, '*I*d like to get this cotton pickin'
house finished so 1*11 know what I want to doP* Actually, he plans ^o
    

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