Port Aransas South Jetty (Port Aransas, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 19, 1986 Page: 6 of 16
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I ri. & Sat 7:30-10:30 pm
PATSY & TOY
Down Home Cooking & the
freshest ingredients from
Margie & Bob Huddleston, Owners
Open Daily 11 am - 11 pm
Serving Lunch 11 am - 3 pm
Opening for breakfast beginning
Monday, June 9 at 5:00 a.m.
Offering the best in
seafood, steaks and
Ocean Fresh Seafood Favorites:
Swordfish Stc.ik $10.95
Ch.ir-broiled Sh.irk in 9*>
I un.i - broiled or fried
Amberjai k - broiled or blackened $10 95
flounder - whole, broiled or fried $10.95
f.int.ill shrimp - deep hit fried $8 95
Fried oysters $8.95
Shrimp A Oyster rombination $8.95
Seafood Platter $10.95
“All You Can Fat" Fried fish $8.95
All orders server/ with
Salad, relish plate, Baked potato or fries, Home made hot
rolls, whipped butter A plenty of pure honey.
6-o/. Filet Mignon $7.95
10-O7. New York Strip $9.95
8-07, Kit) eye $8.95
14-0/. F-bone $10.95
8-07. Chopped Sirloin $6.95
Chit ken Fried Steak 6.95
Above server! with
Salad, < hoit e ol potato, Baked'Or f ries, Relish Plate, Hot
Rolls. Butter and I foney.
Taste-tempting Flouse Specials
South ol the-Boider Steak $7.95
Sizzling Virginia Ham Steak with
Redeye Gravy $7.95
Pan Fried Plain Steak $6.95
•Calf Fries $7.95
We also serve Appetizers, deserts,
and we have a Senior Citizen's and
Check our Weekday Lunch
Specials ONLY $4.95
Entree, 3 vegetables, soup or salad,
desert, tea or coffee.
We will always endeavor to maintain
the very highest standards in quality
and in service.
niURSDAY, JUNt 11. 19(K>
PORI ARANSAS SOU Iff If I IY
San Antonio man drowns
at Mustang Island park
A San Antonio man drowned
Saturday, June 14, while swimming
jn the surf at Mustang Island State
Robert Clay, 44, was pronounced
(Jead at the scene by a doctor from
Jlfie Nueces County Medical Exam
filer’s Office at 5:03 p m Saturday.
jie apparently drowned sometime
fietween 4:15 and 4:30 p in.
^ According to Fay Vargas, a reser-
vations clerk at the state park, Clay
•find a female companion were swim
fning about 150 yards out at the
■piird sand bar The female compan
■fim turned away from Clay to look
Jjnward the beach for a moment
.$nd when she turned back she
^ould not find Clay, Mrs. Vargas
; • The female companion »«-an bed
briefly for Clay, then swam back to
£b*> »>«•«< h i/i «>«•» help, Mrs. Varga:;
fiiaid, adding that the woman re
turned to the surf to search for
Mrs. Vargas said someone saw
Clay floating in the water and two
bystanders swam out and pulled
him to shore, where cardio pulmon
}t*AYC io conduct
Hour of museums
ary resuscitation at tempts failed.
Mrs. Vargas said emergency med-
ical service personnel who arrived
at the scene said their preliminary
examination indicated that Clay
“had been drinking a lot" and that
probably contributed to his drown-
Mrs. Vargas said park officials
believe t he drowning to be the first
at the state park since 1984.
The Port Aransas Youth Council
will conduct a field trip to various
•museums in Corpus Christi on Fri
• day, June 20.
i The bus will depart from the
iBrundrett Middle School parking
3-lot at 9 a.m on F'riday.
; Those attending are asked to bring
Ja sack lunch and a drink
For more information, call PAYC
• Director Hal Buesing at 749 4583
•Pori A grad makes
•Dean's List at HPU
: BROWNWOOD — Melanie Jean
\ Mayer, a Port Aransas High School
I graduate, has been named to the
5 Dean’s List for the 1988 spring
^ semester at Howard Payne Univer
v »ity in Brownwood
s To be named to t he Depn s List, a
^ student must have taken at least 12
n semester hours and have a grade
3 point average of 3.85 3.99
J Miss Mayer is the daughter of Mr
3 and Mrs Walter Mayer of Port
Good glint bo
One of the highlights of last weekend’s Island Moorings
In-The-Water Boat Show was a gumbo cookoff. After
carefully tasting each entry, judge Boogie Duplantes, right,
awarded first place to the “Ragin’ Cajun” recipe out of the
Royal Beachcomber Restaurant. Above, winning chef Jim
Mudd returns his first-place check to Laurie Murray,
special projects director at Island Moorings, as “Ragin’
Cajun” assistant Abdul Mahzoon looks on. Proceeds from
the event went to the Dewey Dreyer Day Care Center, and
Mudd turned his winnings back to the cause. At left, the
second-place team,of, from left, David Lagerquist, Walter L.
Odom and Howard Odom, all of San Antonio, have some
laughs over their pot of “mumbo Gumbo.” (Staff photos by
Texas A&M publishes
newer hurricane book
C0LLF:GF; STATION — Texas
Coast Hurricanes, the newest pub-
lication from the Texas A&M Sea
Grant College Program, has been
issued just in time for the 1986 hur
The 24 page, magazine style hook
replaces an earlier book, Hurricanex
on the Texas Coast, that was first
published in 1975.
Like its predecessor, Texas Coast
Hurricanes will he distributed free
to coastal residents, or anyone else
Interested in hurricanes.
Designed to help coastal residents
understand, prepare for and re-
cover from the effects of hurricanes,
the book includes:
’Probability of hurricane occur-
’Guidelines for individual respon
•Checklists to help resident s plan
•Hurricane names through 1991.
’Definitions of hurricane related
•Descriptions of Texas’ most not
able storms of the past 20 years,
including Carla, Beulah, Celia,
Claudette, Allen and Alicia
The checklists, definitions and
directions for hurricane tracking
are printed in both English and
"As we approached t he 1980 hur
ricane season, we knew (hat Hurri-
canes on the Texas Coast needed
updating, said Dr l.aimsion King.
Sea Grant deputy director. “We do
cided a total revision was needed,
and i lien decided to orient t he new
puhlicat ion more tot he coastal res-
ident rather than an academic
"This new format enabled us to
use many of the articles and photo
graphs first published in our Texas
Shores magazine. We also think
this hook will he easier to read,
which, ult imately, should offer more
help to coastal residents."
In addition to Texas Coast Hur-
ricanes, the Texas A&M Sea Grant
Program distributes Hurricane
Warning!, a flyer written in story
form for children, Keys to Hurri-
cane Safety, the checklist for resi
dents to follow before, during and
after a hurricane, and specific evac
nation and contingency brochures
for coastal counties.
All publications are available from
the Marine Informal ion Service, Sea
Grant College Program,Texas A&M
University, College Station, Texas,
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Judson, Mary. Port Aransas South Jetty (Port Aransas, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 19, 1986, newspaper, June 19, 1986; Port Aransas, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth662777/m1/6/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ellis Memorial Library.