Port Aransas South Jetty (Port Aransas, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1996 Page: 3 of 30
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January sales tax rebate takes a dip
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•-ow"K*tth"‘■‘i «*x^«25^taauaaeinitsJw»- 23.90% over January a ye* ago. but
rebates for the year to date are down
of son’s birth
Mr. and Mrs. Roland B. Vela of
AransasPassareamrouncing the birth
ofa son on March4,1996, hi Colum-
bia North Bay Hospital, Aransas Pass.
The baby, named Steven Andrew
Vela, weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces
and was 20 inches long. £
Paternal grandparents are Rudy
Vela of Aransas Pass, who is a long
time employee of Nueces County
Water Improvement District 4 in Port
Aransas, and the late Rosa C. Vela.
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Bentura Hinojosa of Pearsall.
_ "Gringo Day" in Progresso
Thursday, March 21 -Only $17J« per person
PUn The Best A Last Tup of the Season
1 Call early for reservations, (price subject to full bus) &
G*Mr ^ Fun For All A All For Fua
sales tax rebates for the nnt three by 11.94%. 4.79%
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period begins with rebates from No- increase in its stun of the sales tax tax effective Ocl 1,1995, checked in
rebates to cities for January sales were ported an increase of8.78% over Janu- An increase of 930% for January
up by an average of 17.9%. Port ary 1995, and for the year to date, the was reported by San Antonio, home of™
***** “P ** many second home owners in. and rCDOltS Dllth
**»«>** Aransas. Rebates for ^ UllUl
For the year to date, which uicludes Padre Island deposited a rebate up the year to date are up by 2.99%
rebates from November through Janu- ...... ^ '-
Stoll's Take Out F.n, In'
Good Food at Fast Food Prices?!!
q 11 a.m. till 9 p.m.
) (Closed Tuesday)
i 522 E. Avenue G
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ary, rebates are lagging behind 1995
Just a short distance away. Corpus
Chrisd logged a 13 J) 1 % increase in its
rebate from January sales, and is up
for the year so far tty 3.96%.
Aransas Pass held its own in Janu-
ary with a 39.78% increase, leaving
the change in the rebates for the year to
date down by 1.14%.
Ingleside checked in with a 22.11%
increase in the January rebate, putting
it! increase for the first three months at
Just north ofPort Aransas,Rockport
January Sales Tax Rebates
% Change % Change
for December Y-T-O*
Julie and Randy dark of Rich-
mond are announcing die birth of a
son, Emerson Kieth Clark, on Rb.
13,1996,aiPark Plaza Hospital,Hous-
The baby weighed 7 pounds, 14
ounces and was 20 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Donna
Van Baalen of Port Aransas and the
late Chase Van BaNen.
Paternal grandparents are Karen
Brook of Guthrie Center, Iowa, and
Rod Clark of Callendar, Iowa.
CONCEPT# & CREATIONS
TILE . BUNDS
Helene H. Mora Laurie Lowman
315 N. Alister
• Women's Alcoholics Anonymous open discussion, 8 pm., parlor,
Trinity-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, 403 Trojan.
• Adult tennis just for fun, 7:15 and 9 am., high school tennis courts on
•UTMSI movies 11 am.. The Intertidal Zone, 17 min.; 3 pm.. Plankton,
12 into. (Movies may be substituted or canceled at short notice.)
• Rotary Club. 12 noon. Pelican's Landing Restaurant
• Bingo by EMS Auxiliary. 7 pm.. Community Center. ^
• Alcoholics Anonymous, step meeting, 8 p.m., Trinity-by-the-Sea Epis-
copal Church. 403 Trojan at Avenue E. 749-4848.
• Adult lennis for fim, 7:15 and 9 a.m., high school tennis courts.
• Low impact aerobics, 7:30 and 8:30 am... Pollock Center.
• Alcoholic* Anonymous, 8 pm., Trinity-by-the-Sea Epiacopal Church,
403 Trojan. 749-4848.
• Bingo games by Ladies Fire Auxiliary. 7 pm.. Community Center.
- Adult tennis for fun, 7:15 and 9 am., high school tennis courts.
• Alcoholics Anonymous Candlelight meeting. 10:30 pm., Trinity-by-
the-Sea Epiacopal Church, Trojan at Ave. E. 749-4848. Meetings we
18 March, Monday
^WK meddle clinic, 9:30 a.m.-1:30 pm^lOApeddag lot Sea story tor
• BPAB meeting, 7 pm., 800 Tarpon St See story for details.
• UTMSI movies: 11 a.m., The Living Ocean, 25 min.; 3 p.m., A
Celebration of Birds. 60 min. (Movies may be substituted or canceled at
•low impact aerobics, 7:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.. Pollock Center.
• Adult tennis for fim, 7:15 and 9 am.,
19 Tuesday f ■ '/.a:
• Trinity-by-the-Sea Episcopal Women of the Church supper, 5-7 pm.
See story for details. ' -
• Pat Cheatham Tuesday Lunch Bunch, 11:30 a.m., Pollock Center. See
** * fun, 9 am., hifh school tennis court
, A Tidal Flat and
' canceled at short
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ALL NEW Sunday Champagne Brunch
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with Jazz Guitarist "Bruno" '$> *
J* Breakfast Buffet Sat. & Sun. beginning at 8 am.
I-— “ miimm?**Mon'" 5 - 9 p.m., Fri. A Sat 5 -10 p.m.. Closed Sunday Night
Don’t forget - Kids now
eat FREE on Friday &
focuses on the birds in
particular and the ooldoori in general,
depending Wpon the season. Local
Ibecontacted to learn
■ -t -i-.i - -
watchers are in-
8 iietr interesting island
The spring migration is beginning,
according to Joan HoH An immature
male northern oriole was having a
drink from the wtter dish in Holt's
garden last weekend. Holt, a veteran
ofisland bird watching, says it will not
be long before the bright orange and
blue and yellow migrants begin flying
through on their wav back north to
breed. "We were delighted to find a
beautiful male ruby-throated hum-
mingbird at the feeder on the back
Saturday." Holt said. As with
most hummingbirds, the males mi-
grate before the females. The same is
For the last
have had both males
their martin bouse ev-
. "But they are not
. yet, they willi
Texas from February thro
according to John Tveten'sl
Bird and nature watchers, from the
o the expert, are invited to call
or FAX us to let us know what you're
71 new subdivision
in Star# dransns.
O Beautiful views of the Gulf of Mexico
* © Several lots have Gulf frontage
© A 25-lot suhdivsion for single family dwelling
© Underground utilities included
O Dune permits & beachfront construction certificates
applied for on all lots
© Lots available tom tlie $40s
■7 grt_* Jam.
Contact Ben Wallace at Sliell Land Management Company
at 512-882-5435 or your Real Estate Broker
or FAX us to let us I
MUmU next week.
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Judson, Mary. Port Aransas South Jetty (Port Aransas, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1996, newspaper, March 14, 1996; Port Aransas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth575341/m1/3/: accessed September 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ellis Memorial Library.