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house ^^ith the bi- pillars on Oakleaf Drive has new OT-rner'::
-JXC\ ond PETZ (C^^ARLEf-) Pete is a mrine biologist, an "
-t Chapel Hill where he teaches- barrier island ecoloey.
■Utn aiG speci.ilty, .Bopue Island is the perfect place for then to live. He
does research at the Institute of I;%rine Science, the University of North
^aro. _.n_i. ao, 'Then ne teachesTj probably in the snrinrr semester, he plans to
drive to Chapel Hill. Here in ?KS he r^riH work with students on research
as velx as carrying on his o%m research projects.. Nancy assists hitf in the
Gui-nier research pro?>ran. Pete cane oric^inally fron Ite Jersey where he took
Princeton. He did his doctorate at" the University
o . Caliiomia in P?mta BarHara inhere he net Nancy, a native Californian,
ihey aave a yellow labrador naced Caliban after the r^onster in the ^''Tenpest
but tnis friendly, affectionate Caliban is far fror^ a monster.
.A.U S COU^'UPY CLU^ board called its iier^bership to order on f^ept.lO to
ear a financial report that su'Z;'-ests basically that nore t^oney needs to
e flowing into tne club. There’s a nice P-olf course, a fresh new club house,
a small .ut adequate for kids' lessons swirr^inf? pool, four fine tennis courts,
sor.e ^ 5^rounds, and a pretty aniiable "roup of irenbers. Shibuld any of
our readers, either resident or non-resident, be interested in joining'
t ^e club5 let taein contact Ton Fnrmshj its T-’cnbership chairrnan.
Initiation fee for resident cen'bership is $250 and $75 quarterly» for oon-
residents $125 and $37.50 quarterly. Eventually this club will GO -- after
all, there s not roor-^ for a whole lot of eolf courses on little Hopue
...anks’ .residesj it’s handy not to have to travel across the bridp;e to play
f;;olf or tennis. Ri^^ht now a sizable r^roup of new wenbers would :^ive the
place the boost it needs, addin.f- not only dollars but participation and sup
port. ■ . - i
The Pine Knolls Tennis Association has set up its fall schedule of
doubles mtches. There are sixteen regular players, each playin;-^ one rr'atch
a week be^innin.f;; October 4 and runninp through IToverber 22. 'v^’-ll let you
know x^o wind up champions.
A oeautiful dininp rooT^, a fiew of canals and boats and f’^reen lawns5 a
relaxing, atraosphere, and wonderful food — that's the Sunday buffet at
Treasure Cove Country r.luh iust east of Hew Bern off route 17 (there- s a hl'z
sipn at tiie turnoff.) The buffet is served fron 12 to 3 every Sunday, and
in addition, the club serves dinner ^Jednesday th®ou'>h Sunday fror 6 - 9
(Saturdays til 10, and there is dinner nusic that ni'^.ht). Lunch on
Saturdays fror. 12-3. Should you wish to play r-olf, you pay play as a r.on--
meLi)er for a greens fee. Tiie club ^d.11 also serve dinner for a private
party. Tna prices are r.cderate, the service friendly and efficient, and the.
roast beef and salads we. had X7ere terrific. Phone for reservations to
C38-8011, And ii you like to dance, you mv xjish to ask about their
Octoberfest Dinner l^^ance on October 23.
Ruth Weatherspoon callec. and asked us to renind you that the CAUSS-taY !T2-JS
Ai^D CAJfD S.iOP will be open all xjinter. If they do not have the book or ra^^a-
zine you want, they will r^ladly order it for you. Phone 726-1166,
iublicity on tae openiriv' of the ■'''arine Pesources Center here in PKC was
surely circulatin*? efficiently enou‘?;h so that our readers, both local and
faraway., pretty ruch know T^ho wade speeches and what x\rg,g said. ^Te have thi.s
cozy feelinc^, thou'^h, that the crox.^d at the PKS Center was sor'ehow filled
with i.iore entnusiasi' tha.n the crowds a.t the other CvinterSj sir ply because PKS
is still so new and excited about its development as a connunity in this
county. Sowebody said that 300 chairs had been set up in the auditoriui'i area
and there were nany standees in the periphery. Pine Knoll Shores residents
were in abundance5 and our Garden Club took charp.e of tours and refreshments
and hostessing, callinr^ upon their oT^Tn rerbers as well as their other friends
to help nake the dedication a success.
Incidentally, Jack Hawke, one of the speakers, and federal co-chairrnan of the
Coastal Plains P.e^innal Corr.ission, said that he sees the .lorth Carolina
centers bconin'- nationally irportantj that they are sowe of the best of
their sort in the country, and rerinded the audience that the idea •for
this one was local. The Governor, in his rorarks, said that the rarine
projects undertaken in these centers vrill have importance throughout the
world, rerinded those present that the University of Morth Carolina was
rede si',mated recently as a sea r.rant collecre, one of 11 in the country/ that
have shox«7n a dei^ree of excellence in research, education, and advisory
services in r.arine p roc; rat is.