Port Aransas South Jetty (Port Aransas, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 24, 1994 Page: 3 of 18
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Thursday, February 24, 1994
Port Aransas South Jetty
Port Aransas South Jetty
Bunch of dancers
More than 100 Pori Aransas senior citizens gather at 11 a m Mondays and Thursdays tor
line dancing in the Pollock Center The class, which usually dances inside, moved outdoors
on Monday, Feb 21. because the center was being used. Teacher of the line dancers is Faye
Borroum, who represents the Platinum Advantage program of Coastal Bend Hospital in
Aransas Pass. Spearheading the organization of the project were Colleen Cassidy and Joyce
Heard The dancing, sponsored by the Joint Effort Leisure Ministries. is being held for the first
time in Port Aransas (Staff photo by Murray Judson)
Early voting continues
Early voting will continue through
Friday, March 4, for county, stale and
national primary elections.
Voting is at city hail.
Contested races for Nueces County
judge and commissioner of Precinct4
will draw Port Aransas voters to the
poles in Democratic and Republican
The South Jetty will host a county
candidates forum tonight (Thursday,
Feb. 24) m city hall (See related
Locally, incumbent Precinct 7 Jus
lice of the Peace Duncan Neblett is
unopposed in his bid for re-election.
Nebleu is running again because he
was appointed by county commis-
sioners on Jan. 3, 1992, to serve as JP
until die next regular election. The
post was vacant after Jim Atwill re-
signed. Nebleu was then elected to
fill Atwill’* unexpired term, which
ends on Dec. 31 this year.
NcWett is now seeking election to a
full term as JP, beginning next Janu-
Port Aransas voters will join others
This week in Port Aransas
The Island Agenda is available free of charge to non-profit organiza-
I lions of Port Aransas for announcements of their meetings and special
events. Call 749-5131 before 12 noon each Tuesday to be included.
• Movies are shown at the University of Texas Marine Science Institute
(UT MSI) Visitors' Center on Cotter Street (Just before you get to the
beach) Monday through Thursday. See Island agenda for times, titles.
• Steel Magnolias in dinner theater. Dinner at 6:30 pm, curtain at 7:30
p m. See story for details.
• County Candidates Voter Education Forum for county judge,
county commissioner candidates, 6:30 p in., city hall. See story for
• UTMSI movies: 11 a.m. Texas Brown Shrimp (10 min ); 3 p.m , The
Flight of die Whooping Cranes (60 min.)
• Port Aransas Rotary Club, 12 noon. Pelican's Landing.
• Adult tennis just for fun, 6:30 p.m., high school tennis courts on
Station Street. Sec story for details.
• Bingo by FMS Auxiliary, 7 p.m.. Community Center.
• Alcoholics Anonymous, step meeting, K p.m., Trinity by-lhe-Sca
Episcopal Church, 403 Trojan at Avenue E.
• Senior Citizens Association barbecue sandwich sale, 10:30 a m..
Family Center IGA. Sec story for details.
• Steel Magnolias in dinner theater. Dinner at 6:30 p.m., curtain at 7:30
p.m. See story for details.
• Adult tennis for fun, 7:30 a m., high school tennis courts. Sec story
• Low impact aerobics, 8 a m. and 9 a.m . Pollock Center, 749-5911.
• Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m , Trinity by-thc-Sca Episcopal Church,
• VEW benefit for Kristen Flowers. 10 a.m. - ?, Civic Center. Sec story
• Senior Citizens Association barbecue sandwich sale, 10:30 a.m.,
Family Center IGA. See story for details.
•SteelMagnolias in dinner thcutcr. Dinner ul 6:30 p.m., curtain at 7:30
p.m. Sec story for details.
• Area Night at the Ruccs, Corpus Christ! Greyhound Rucc Track. Sec
story for details.
•Al Anon group meeting, 8 p.m. .Trinity by thc-Sca Episcopal Church,
Trojan at Avenue E.
• Twoclusscs low impact aerobics, 8 a.in. and 9 u.m .Pollock Center, 749-
• UTMSI movies: 11 a.m. Mystery of the l-aguna Madrc(30min.); 3 p in.
• Adult tennis for fun, 7:30a.m., high school tennis courts.
• Alcoholic® Anonymou®,Kp.m ,Trinity hy iho SoulipiNcopulChurch,
1 March, l\icsduy
• UTMSI movies: 11 a m Bullwmkle (26 mm ); 3 p.m. A
Tidal Hal and Its Ecosystem (20 min,).
• Pal Cheatham Tuesday Lunch llunch, 12 noon, Pollock Center For
permanent Port Aransas residents age 50 and over Reservations
required by calling 74V-4490by Sunday evening,
• Adult lonnia for run, 6:30 p.m., high school tennis courts
• Alcoholics Anonymous, 12 noon. Trinity- by- the- Sew Episcopal Church,
1 March, Wednesday
• VFW btivgo,7p.m. Trivia Bishop Hall, Allater at Beach Street. See
riory for details.
• Adult tennis for fun, 7:30 a.m., high school courts. See story for details.
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• UTMSI movias: 11 a.m TBs Living Ooaan (23 min.); 3 p m. Flower
(lardaa Banka (9 min.)
• Alcoholici Anonymous, 12 noon, Trinity by-the Sea Episcopal
Church, 403 Trojan.
3 March, Thursday
• Port Annina Cardan Club, 12 noon, Dunes Condominium mealing
•oom Sea mom for daudls.
• UTMSI movtaa: 11 a.m.
Dolphins (14 min.); 3 p.m. Plankton (12
across the state in making selections
for governor, senator, lieutenant gov-
ernor, attorney general, comptroller,
state treasurer, agricultural commis-
sioner. railroad commissioners and
state representative as well as three
slate Supreme Court justices posi-
tions and three Court of Criminal
Primaries for both parties will be
Tuesday, March 8. Winners in each of
the primaries will face off in the gen-
eral election in November.
topic for meet
Port Aransas Garden Club will fo-
cus on hair styles at the regular meet-
ing at noon, Thursday, March 3.
After a noon podock luncheon in
the Dunes meeting room, Leo from
the Class Act styling salon in Corpus
Christ! will show a video of computer
generated hair styling. This is a pro-
cess of how different hair styles might
look on someone before the change is
Members arc reminded to take a
recipe for the club’s book with their
Hostesses arc Jo Duke, 749-5633,
and Marion Fcrsing, 749-5634.
Guests arc always welcome, a
Enjoy your morning
coffee with the
I'll deliver it to your xj:.
home or business
Just call me
$11 95 daily p/ mo IB;,','
(33%oft newsstand rate)®;.'.'
$ 7 00 wkonds p. mo % ■,
$ 6,50 Sun only p/ mo •
Port Aransas Senior Citizens Aaso-
ctation will sell barbecue sandwiches
Friday and Saturday, Feb. 25 and 26,
beginning at 10:30 a.m.
To raise funds for association
projects, the seniors and Famdy Cen-
ter will sell Bob’s IGA Special Barbe-
cue Sandwiches with all the tnm
mines for $1 each. The sale will be at
the front entrance of the store.
"You cannot slop with just one,’*
said association president Ken Will-
iams in describing the sandwiches.
The sale, Williams said, is being
held as a thank-you to the Winter
Texans and residents of Port Aransas.
birth of daughter
Kimberly Kubeczka and Roland
Castellano, both of Port Aransas, are
announcing the birth of a daughter
Feb. 13, 1994, at a Corpus Chnsti
The baby, named Meagan Rene
Castellano, weighed in at eight
pounds, seven ounces and was 21
Maternal grandparent* arc Bill and
Marcia Miller. Irene Castellano is the
paternal grandmother. All three live
in Port Aransas.
Liule Meagan has a half-sister and
a half-brother, Jennifer and Jonathan
Home tour on Saturday
begins at Caldwell Pier
All those with tickets to the Port
Aransas Garden Club-sponsored
home lour are reminded to be at the
Horace Caldwell Pier concession
building by either 10 a.m or 2 p.m.
(according to the ticket purchased)
Saturday, Feb. 26.
Garden Club members, who signed
up as hostesses, are reminded to meet
Friday, Feb. 25, at 10 a.m. at the
Pollock Center. The members will
caravan from there to preview the
homes and obtain assigned locations.
"The club sends iu thanks to the
many contributors to this event, many
of whom are totally behind the scene,”
said Betty Crawford, president and
lour chairman of the Garden Club.
Guide Steve Allen
to address visitors
Fishing guide Steve Allen will talk
about fishing trips at the next meeting
of the Winter Texans lecture series.
Allen will discuss Fishing Tuesday,
March I at6:30 psn. when the group
gathers in Pelican’s Landing Rcstau
The meeting will be held in the
back room of the restaurant. No ad-
mission is charged and there is no
obligation to purchase either food or
All meetings in the lecture senes
are open to all Winter Texans free of
Between Local Governments
Performance Based Budgeting
Clean, Safe, Open Beaches
In the Republican Primary, March 8
Pol Adv . Paid tor by tsu Chris Lawrence Campaign. Tom Bede Tmmum
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Judson, Mary. Port Aransas South Jetty (Port Aransas, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 24, 1994, newspaper, February 24, 1994; Port Aransas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth575290/m1/3/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ellis Memorial Library.