Port Aransas South Jetty (Port Aransas, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 18, 1973 Page: 3 of 6
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OCTOBER 18, 1973
— VACATION HOME FOR
RENT — Luxury three BR
house, completely furnished, air
conditoned, enclosed garage —
just a 5 minute walk from the
beach. Available for week,
month, season. Must see to ap-
preciate. Call 749-6377, or in-
quire at SOUTH ETTY, 222 E.
Beach, Port Aransas.
LIBERTY SHIP DECISION DUE
In a meeting in Houston, He stated that ships could run
October 19, the 'l exas Council on aground here with no great dan-
Marine Related Affairs is due ger, and that “you couldn’t
to give final consideration to j possibly injure a ship in this
the formal application to the area.”
federal government to be grant-1 Captain Herbert along with
ed 12 surplus Liberty Ships for , Robert Mauermann of the Tex-
use as offshore artificial fish-j as Shrimp Association cautioned
Lnhr reefs. Of the 36 Liberty that the reefs must be well
— FOR SALE —
— EXECUTIVE BEACH
HOME — 4 bdrm. — 2 ba., 2,
cent, h/a syst. New since ’72.'
All built-ins. 307 Dolphin, Port I
—3 RESIDENTIAL LOTS—I
Aransas Pass. 50 x 135 each, j
Package deal only. $1800 total
— EXECUTIVE HIDE - A -
WAY — Falcon Lake, Zapata,
Tx. 6 bdrm., 2]/> ba., 2 kitchens,)
furnished, 8 car port. Priced to
sell or trade. Nights call Col.
Mimms, coll. 991-3839. In C.C.
Philip Albright Co., 852-8282.
Ships recently released, 18 are
in storage in the Neches River,
and Texas is requesting 12 to
be used to construct 4 reefs
off the Texas coast.
Once the application has been
submitted, the first of the reefs
could be in place as early as
next summer, according to the
Marine Council Executive Di-
marked and the buoys constant-
ly maintained for safety reasons
as well as helping shrimpers
avoid costly damage to their
rigs. Members of the Marine
Council repeated that the reefs
are to be maintained with light-
ed buoys, with half the buoy
maintenance money now avail-
able from Texas Parks and
■ RV PARK
PO BOX 74B PORT ARANSAS TEXAS /H3/3
S1? 749 61?H
PRESENTS SHRIMP JAMBALAYA
rector, Joe Moseley. Following Wildlife Department, and the r>ne °f the °ldest and finest 1 i cup chopped parsley
submission of the application, j other half to be derived from southern seafood treats is Jam- Thaw frozen shrimp. Cook
an environmental impact state- local sources. Jt is expected that balaya. This dish often features groen pepper, onion, and garlic
ment, and navigation permit full maintenance funds will be °f Mexico shrimp simmer- jn fat until tender. Add remain-
from the Corps of Engineers made available during the next ec* *n a base of tomatoes and jug ingredients except parsley
are required, as well as clear-
ance from the Bureau of Land
Exact site locations have not
— HOUSES FOR RENT —;
By the month. Furnished, utili-
ties paid. Call Sand Dollar
— FOR SALE — 23’ Glas-
tron. Compass, rod holders, bilge
pump and blower, new top, trail-
er. 160 Mercruiser, new’ valve
job. See — corner Ave. A and
Oleander. Call Dubose, 732-0889,
San Antonio. $4,000.
/ For mobile home moving,
blocking, anchoring, hook-ups,
roof coating, supplies — com-
plete mobile home service. Call
749-5784 or 749-6950.
— HANDY MAN SERVICE
— Trailer tie down, welding,
concrete, moving, hauling, yard
work, painting, remodeling, re-
pairs, building contracting. I’ll
watch your vacant house for
you. No job too small or too
large. Frank West. 749-5609.
Box 1144, Port Aransas.
— PLASTIC WORM FARM
— Catch flounder, trout, reds.
Jigs 5/$l. Ave. C Trailer Park.
— HOUSE FOR SALE —
Large 2 BR, 2 bath, wall-to-wall
carpet, all electric built-in kitch-
en, double garage. On corner
lot, 423 Station St. Call 749-6445
for appointment to see.
— FOR RENT — 6 months
or 1 year — completely furnish-
ed 1 BR home. Call 749-5789
after 6 p.m.
— FOR RENT — 1 BR furn-
ished apartment. $90/month,
legislative session in 1975. nee and seasoned with bay and shrimp. Cover and cook for
Speaking in favor of the Li- leaves and a touch of thyme. 20 minutes. Add shrimp, cook
berty Ship reef proposal, from The greatest production of an additional 5 to 10 minutes,
Port Aransas was city attorney shrimp takes place in late sum- until shrimp is done and rice is
been selected, but the proposed Charles W. Zahn, Jr., represent- mer and fall. Now is the time tender. Stir occasionally. Add
sites are olf Freeport, Port jng members of the City Coun- to try this recipe and liven up parsley at end of cooking period;
O’Connor, Port Aransas, and cil, the Port Aransas Boatman’s sagging appetites,
south Padre Island. Criteria for Association, and numerous in- curivip iwium \
exact location include a water dividuals. He stated that, in con- JAMMLAia
depth of 80 to 110 feet, distance junction with the other two arti- 1 pound peeled and deveined
of less than 30 miles from a ficial reefs off Port Aransas ! shrimp, fresh or frozen
remove bay leaf just before
serving. Makes 6 servings.
channel entrance, non-interfer-
ence with established shipping
fairways, and preferably, an
area of known existing bottom
now, the addition of the sunken 1 cup chopped green pepper
ships w'ould be a great benefit \ ■> cup chopped onion
to sport fishing in the area 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
which is now one of the “hot- >4 cup melted fat or oil
obstructions that are already test” fishing area on the Texas 1 can (1 pound) tomatoes
avoided by shrimp trawlers. coast. He added that the tenta- \\.> cups water
At a public hearing held by tive site chosen by the Marine 1 cup uncooked rice
the Marine Council in Corpus Council, in 18 fm. of water, SSE * 2 teaspoon crushed
Christi on October 4, no opposi- of the jetties is the one that whole thyme
tion to the proposed reef pro- probably would have been \\ teaspoon salt
ject w'as voiced by any of the 'chosen by most local fishermen, 1 bay leaf
approximately 30 persons pres- given the same general con- Dash pepper
ent. Shipping interests made i straints used by the Marine
clear their concern over bottom Council.
obstructions near shipping fair- It is intended that the Li-
ways. Captain Fred Herbert, berty Ships will be cut down to
president of the Aransas-Corpus a height of 30 feet, and hatches
Christi Pilots and the Texas cut open before they are sunk
State Pilots Association, as well
as first vice president of the
American Pilots Association,
stated that without the Liberty
Ship reef, the Port Aransas
area is one of the few U.S. ports
where within 5 miles of the
jetties there are no obstructions.
bills paid. Call 749-6482.
— FROM THE SMALLEST
Bishop Cap to the largest red-
spined barrel cactus — 50% off
during our final close-out sale
Oct. 19 thru 22. Texas Cactus
Ranch, 4830 Moravian Dr„ Cor-
_ GARAGE SALE — TO-
DAY — October 18 (Thursday)
— 5 BIG Garages combined for
one great SALE. Starts at 10:00
A.M. in the side yard of the
at the reef sites. Topside sal-
vage and cutting the ships to
30 feet in height will remove
about half of the available
metal and salvage, and pay the
cost of towing and sinking the
ships. The salvage and towing
contract is still open, and sal-
vage companies are invited to
contact the Marine Council for
blue heron docks
NOW OPEN — NEW MANAGEMENT
COMING SOON — FULL LINE OF TACKLE
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1313 South 11th Street Port A,ansas' TexaS 78373
The group from Marbridge Ranch, near Austin, recently enter-
tained for a weekend by the Port Aransas Lions Club. They had
__a successful deep-sea fishing trip, courtes> of the Marlin Queen.
DEEP SEA HEADQUARTERS
90 foot long
(NEXT TO HIT FERRY LANDING)
FAST — SAFE
PEEP SEA FISHING
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8 A.M. - NOON 2 P.M. - t> P.M.
8 P.M. - MIDNIGHT
$7/j>crson — I ackle Rental $2
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL DAY OR NIGHT
ALL. DAY — 7 a m. - 6 p.m.
$2.5 Her Persor
FREE — ROD, REEL, BAIT
(512) 749-5597 Port Aransas
884-1365 Corpus Christi
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Frishman, Steve & Frishman, Lexa. Port Aransas South Jetty (Port Aransas, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 18, 1973, newspaper, October 18, 1973; Port Aransas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth623701/m1/3/: accessed March 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ellis Memorial Library.