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Editors; Mary Doll
Betty Hamuion
BOARD OF OMMISSIONERS, September 11, 1975, Atlantis Lodge
The Board adopted the Gontiact for Fire Protection Ordinance with Atlantic Beach.
A referendum will be held on November 4th in order for citizens to vote on this
COLLIER were reappointed to the tora Planning Board while
MILTON YAi^K and PAUL MUILENBERG were reappointed to the tcim Zoning Board of Ad-
COMMISSIONER HICKS reported on a recent meeting of the mayors of Island towns and
with County Cominissioners regarding the improving of Salter Path Road, and that all
of these people are still tiying hard to get the improvements under way.
DOROTHY and ERIC HASSEL have moved in on Mimosa, near the boat basin, with a beagle
and i,wo cats and, says Eric, "My wife has given me this fir^t year offi" So they
are settling in, enjoying the beach, learning to fish, and he says he is "mora or
less retired" from his work as an accountant and assistant treasurer of his company,
a laboratc;ny instrument coir.pany in V/eston, Conn. The Hassols have a married daugh
ter in^Grants Pass, Oregon, and a son in Berkeley College of Music in Boston,
preparing for a career in music education,
LEWIS and MARY MEADOR are new on Juniper. Lewis is a psychotherapist at the Neuse
Clinic. Originally from Maryland, Lewis and Mary lived for a year in Durham before
coming here. They have three children: Cairrie, 5; Bryan, and Kelly, 2, Mary is
secretary and a certified teacher of grades one through seven, preferring
^th, but at the moment is concentrating on her own three little people, Lewis plays
the bagpipes. The thing is, Meador is Irish and Lewis himself is Irish, which
seems co^^ing because we thought, didn*t we, that bagpipes are Scottish? Well,
their origin is Irish! Lewis will be happy to explain it all to us should we pin
rnm down one day. He has apparently found a group of folks in Beaufort who play
the pipes too, and plans to practice with them. In between, be likes baseball ~
MaD^ say, "Mything a kid does, he does." She says it affectionately. They all
enjoy swimming and they also consider travel a hoppy of theirs.
PIKSCO and the Pine Kholl Association will hold a joint "Meet the Candidates"
gathering on October l?th, 7:30 P.M. at the PKS Country Club, This will be an
opportunity for PKS*ers to have a look at the generous, timegiving people who are
willing to serve our little community as Commissioners in the term that will begin
after the November 4th election. Candidates will speak briefly and answer ques
tions about themselves and community issues.
At Press time we have seven candidates to tell you about: (Biographies compiled
ART BROWNE and his wife are on vacation in Europe, They will return October 10 so
you can find out all about him at the Candidates night October 17•
KBN ^LLER. Oakleaf Drive, was ]>prn in Frederick, Maryland, 69 years ago. He re
ceived his co3.j.ege degree (phi Beta Kappa) from Johns Hopkins University and
graduated from tiarvard Law School, He first practiced for some 10 years in
association with a large law firm in Buffalo, New York, but spent the Vlar years
on the staff of the General Counsel of the Wax Production Board in Washington,
B.C, With the end of the War, he and others formed a partnership in which he
practiced corpor^vte law in New York City for over twenty-five years. Since re
tirement five ye? ago, he heis served as Chairman of the Citizens Committee
responsible for the incorporation of Pine Kholl Shores as a town and he drew its
charter. He also served on the original Planning Board and on the Board of
Adjustment. Ken and the former Newell Maverick were married in 193^* They have
two daughters and two sons (Judy, Sue, Kenny and Hugh) and six grandchildren.
Ken likes nothing better than casting in the Sound for live bait and then fishing
in the surf at dawn the next morning.
BILL MACDONALD. Ash Court, was born in Garfield, New Jersey in 1912. He graduated
from Bordentown Military Institute and Lehigh University and is a member of Delta
Tau Delta, Listed in "Who's Who in the East" as an "Export Executive", Bill's
professional life has been spent with Carrier Corporation, From Construction

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