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Along with season and snowbirds come lots of local fundraisers This ts the time of year many of the Islands' service organizations hold fundraisers for everything from scholarships to mortgage payments and camps for the blind.

4A Popular demand spurs additional performance of six one-act plays Sold-out performance^, for both originally scheduled weekends have prompted the Pelican Players to add another show of "You Call THIS Paradise?" this Wednesday evening.

13B Getting the most out of a I.ORAN takes practice, practice, practice Capt. Mike Fuery says learning to master the sophisticated marine navigation aid takes time and patience.

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Jackpot! It might be small change compared with Atlantic City, but the $20 jackpot was more than enough to make Gene Pugh's night at Bingo last Tuesday. The

Sanibel resident was among the regular crowd for the weekly games at the Sanibel Community Association. Proceeds from the games help retire the mortgage on the association hall. Photo by David Dugatkin.

"1 The ISLANDER During the second week in January last year temperatures around the Islands were slightly cooler: HIGH LOW RAIN Monday, Jan. 14,1985 63 42 0 Tuesday, Jan. 15,1985 64 57 0 Wednesday, Jan. 16,1985 65 47 0 Thursday, Jan. 17,1985 72 55 0 Friday, Jan. 18, 1985 72 63 .23 Saturday, Jan. 19,1985 68 55 .18 Sunday, Jan. 20,1985 70 64 0 This week the weatherman calls for a change in the weather by mid-week, switching from sunny skies to partly cloudy with a chance of showers and turning colder by Friday morning. Highs should be in the upper 60s The following highs and lows around the country and and lower 70s, lows in the mid 50s. in Canada were recorded last weekend. The figures reLast week's weather according to records kept by the mind us that even when the sun doesn't shine over Sanibel-Captiva Chamber of Commerce was as follows: Southwest Florida, it could be a lot worse. HIGH LOW RAIN LOW HIGH Monday, Jan. 13 74 52 0 Anchorage, Alaska 20 25 Tuesday, Jan. 14 65 47 0 Burlington, Va., 29 52 Wednesday, Jan. 15 68 49 0 Chicago, III. 30 35 Thursday, Jan. 16 73 54 0 Cincinnati, Ohio 32 34 Friday, Jan. 17 74 59 rj Dayton, Ohio 31 44 Saturday, Jan. 18 74 58 0 Duluth, Minn. 18 23 Sunday, Jan. 19 73 66 0 Fargo, N.D. 21 29 Milwaukee, Wis. 28 34 Ottawa, Ontario 33 38 Winnipeg, Manitoba 22 26

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While husband golfs, New jersey sheliler hits the jackpot on South Seas beach Joyce Farn&am. might fmaEy be coavfnced there is something to golf after all. Last week while Famham's husband played a round at South Seas Piantatfon^ Famhain strolled along the South Sea beaches. Right arGnnd the fifth fairway she cane across a rare lion's 2a~/w".

Farncam has been coming to the Islands from Ramsey, N.J., since before che Causeway was built. And eadi time she comes she Icoks diligently for good shells. But until last week she had never found a Son's caw.. And she's still searching for a junonia.

Joyce Fsmt&m hcids her lion's psm. Photo 07 Oavie Dugaticin.

Sanibel Shell Fair directors obtain publicity for March show The recent flower show at the historic Borroughs Home m downtown. Fort Myers gave Sanihel SheE Fair directors an opportunity to showcase a dieglzj of shell artistry to boost the IS86 Sanibel Shell Fair, Permission was obtained by MHi Backns to allow a non-conipetitnre exhibit a t the last nrinate, Amy Meyer of Sanibel offered two of her prize exhibits to be shown. One was a stem of cactos made of sponge with yellow jingle shefl blossoms; the other was an ar-

rangement of orchids made from horseshoe crab parts and other sealrfe_ Tne p-yftfhft was displayed along with numerous Sanibel SheE Fair broehnresr and entry blanks for the fair in March were handed out to many spectators during the two-day show. The annual event on Sanibel is set for March 6-9 this vear at the Sanibel Community Association,

The Builders Corner' is newest category in Captiva ABC Sale Everything, including the kitchen sink7 wQI be available to bargain hunters at Captrva's 1S86 Attic, Basement, Closet Sale planned for Saturday, Feb. 22. In "The Builder's Corner, a new category of items this year, will be numerous usable items such as a fireplace sliding glass and regular doors, cabinets and lumber pulled out of old buildings. The usual ABC offerings will include new and used furniture, clothing, appliance, linens, books and baked goods. Doors open at 8 a.m., and the sale will be over by

12:20 p j n . An auction of special items wiE be held at 9:30 a.m., foEowed by a raffle of goods and servies donated by Sanibel and Captiva merchants. Early arrivals can warm up with coffee and donuts sold by Georgia and Bud Hemphill. Also available will be offerings from the baked goods table. Those who wish to donate objects to the sale are urged to get them to the Captiva Community Center before Thursday. Feb. 20. Call Bob Manderschied, 472-1554. for pick up of heavy or unwieldy items.

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We don't want to know where it is, what it Icoks Eke or what it reminds you of. We want to know EXACTLY WHAT IT IS. The photos in this weekly stumper can be extra close-ups or odd angles of things we aE see ever]-' day around the Islands. They might be upside down, reversed or a portion of the whole. Edwin and Joan Nicholson, y e a r 'round residents of Sanibel, were the first callers to correctly identify last week's puzzle as the sign designating a Last week's stopping point for stumper. the Sanibel trolley. Jim Anholt, who operates the trolley franchise on the Islands, also knew what the teaser was/ If you think you know what this week's photograph is, call 472-5185 no later than 5 p.m. Friday. Ask for Belinda or Gloria. Everyone who guesses correctly wUl be named in next week's issue. The first caller with the correct answer receives his choice of a one-year subscription to the newspaper or an Islander t-shirt.

Condominium Associations of Sanibel, Inc. wiE sponsor its second annual seminar on Sanibel this Friday, Jan. 24, at Sundial resort. Two workshops wiE be held starting at 9:25 a.m., foEowed by luncheon and seminar speakers from 1 to 2:45 p.m. "What a condominium officer needs to know'' wiE feature workshop discussions led by Frances Schar and Ray King. Both have extensive experience in condominium operations. The second workshop wiE cover property taxes and political action with CAST officers

20 Years Ago This Week January 20,1966 The Sanibel-Captiva Democratic Club has arranged a presentation about the possibility of establishing a credit union for Island residents. The presentation wiE be made at the chamber of commerce next Friday. A property owners association for the Rocks subdivision is being formed. Membership is $10 per year and should be mailed to Emmet Anderson, trustee for the association. 15 Years Ago This Week January 21,1971 25 conservation-oriented organizations from throughout Southwest Florida are meeting on Sanibel and Captiva later this month for the first Southwest Florida Conservation Council conference. The Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation is hosting the conference. Newly elected officers of the Sanibel Public Library are Robert Haynie, president; Dr. Reason Goodwin, vice president; C.P. Siegenthaler, treasurer; Barbara Sur, secretary; and John Cook, library aid.

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5 Years Ago This Week January 20,1981 Sanibel Realty advertised the foEowing seasonal rates for condominiums by the week: Blind Pass, $450 and up; Pointe Sante, $650; Sanibel Arms, $425; and Compass Point, $600.

YeEow ribbons decorated mailboxes, business signs Bailey's advertised sliced bacon for 49 cents per and countless other fixtures on the Islands last week in pound, spare ribs for 59 cents per pound, bananas for 9 celebration of the return to the United States of the 52 cents per pound, andribroast for 98 cents per pound. hostages from Iran. 10 Years Ago This Week. January 20,197(5 John Peurifoy celebrated his 78th birthday recently and was honored at a surprise breakfast hosted by Cort Daniels. Dotti McQuade was a surprise guest at the breakfast.

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Robert Marye. Warren Hyde and Arthur Williams leading the dialogue. Luncheon speaker wiE be Sanibel City CouncEman Fred Valtin. The afternoon session wiE include discussions by an attorney, an insurance representative and a certified public accountant. Present and future condominium leaders are invited to the seminar. For more information caE Don Brandt, 422-8020, or Henry Cobb. 472-3077.

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• JANUARY 22 - 28 "ROCKY IV" PG The American hero, with Sylvester Stallone • JANUARY 29 - FEBRUARY 4 "JAGGED EDGE" R Upscale murder mystery and courtroom drama starring Jeff Bridges and Glenn Close.

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18 DAYS - DEPARTING SEPTEMBER 10, 1986 TOUR INCLUDES: Stays at Mount Kenya Safari Clubs. Nairobi & Nanuki. 12 night Safari including Amboseli, Treetops, Samburu, Mara Intrepids Camp, Masi Mara, Lakes Baringo & Naivasha. All Meals, Table d'Hote except in Nairobi. Six passenger per nine passenger bus. (Everyone gets a window seat, and access to the roof hatch). All vans have a library of flora and fauna and binoculars. Welcome luncheon and briefing by Lindblad Resident Manager. Flying Doctor services for emergencies while on Safari. Day room at Sheraton Heathrow in London enroute to Nairobi. All transfers between airports and hotels, all taxes and tips, porterage of two average-size suitcases per person. (One while on Safari) Air transportation Masi Mara to Nairobi. Optional London stopover in either Direction. $2,625.00 -(plus air fare).

1 Year Ago This Week January 22,1985 Members of a tripartite committee set up to scrutinize rental fees charged by the Sanibel Community Association have determined the rates are reasonable.

• FEBRUARY 5 -11 "YOUNG SHERLOCK HOLMES" PG-13. Portrait of the super sleuth as a young man.

Precincts 16 and 17 (Sanibel and Cspttva; gamed 41 The City Council is proceeding with plans to turn voters in last week's voter registration d-rive gt the over the maintenance "of a narrow wooden bridge on Sanibel Community Association, fey Drive to the owner of the property it serves.

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Commentary Tuesday January 21,1986

Along with season come charitable fundraisers Fundraisers on the Islands are just as sure a sign of season as are snowbirds, cheek-out lines at Bailey's and long waits at restaurants. This year more non-profit organizations than ever are sponsoring raffles and white elephant sales to raise money for everything from mortgage payments to injured wMMe, scholarships and camps for the blind. So the next time you're stock for a lastminute gift,' or if you're cleaning house and finish with a load of garage sale-type items — or even if you find an unexpected $5 in your pocket — think about any of the following "worthy causes. Your contributions, of course, are tax-deductible: •American Business Women's Association — The Sanibel-Captiva chapter is selling raffle tickets for three prizes this season. First prize is a seven-day cruise on the Norwegian-Caribbean Line; second prize is three nights at EPCOT Center near Orlando; and third prize is three nights on Sanibel at Song of the Sea resort All of the ABWA's fundraising projects benefit a scholarship fund to help a deserving Sanibel or Captiva woman further her education. Tickets are $2 each or three for $5 and are available from any ABWA member or by calling Around the World Travel, 472-1222. ABWA members will also have a booth for selling tickets at fee Feb. 1-2 lions Craft Fair at the Sanibel Community Association. The drawing will be held this coming summer. • Attic, Basement, Closet Sale — Over the years this annual bargain extravaganza on Captiva has raised thousands of dollars for the Captiva Memorial Library, the Captiva (immunity Center and a special Captiva scholarship fund ABC Sale workers are accepting contributions of items for the sale. Baffle prizes donated by island merchants will be

EDITORIAL awarded on the morning of the sale Saturday, Feb. 22, Tickets will Be available a t the sale at tne uap&va Community Center. •Captiva needlepoint raffle — Now on display at the main branch of Bank of the Islands on Sanibel are ttiree needlepoint items designed and crafted by Captiva women. Ticket sales will benefit the same three causes as the ABC Sale. Tickets are one for f3, two for $5, and 12 for |15. Drawing will be neld March 25. • Chamber of Commerce — Sanibel's own Ikki Matsumoto has donated a §1,590 original painting, "White Heron/' to the Sanibel-Captiva Chamber of Commerce for a raffle to boost the coffers for a building renovation and expansion fund. The painting is on display and tickets are for sale at the main branch of Bank of the Islands. Tickets are $2 each or three for S5. The drawing will be held at the chamber's annual meeting in April. • CROW — Care and Rehabilitation of Wildlife will use proceeds from its annual White Pelican Sale to help feed and treat the area's injured, ill and orphaned wildlife. Donations of "used but useful" household items for the March 2 sale are now being accepted • Kiwani* — The Sanibel-Captiva club is planning a spaghetti dinner to raise money for its many community projects Saturday, Feb. 22, at the Sanibel Community Association- Tickets for the all-you-eaneat dinner are available from any Kiwanian and will be sold at the door. Recent Kiwanis projects have involved Sanibel Elementary School, the recreation complex, little league and scouting programs, the Island Youth Theater and Project

SOAR, an Island-wide clean-up effort. • lions — Although they just raised more than $10,000 from the sale of Christmas trees, the Island lions are still in the fundraising spirit April IB is the drawing day for the winners of a 1967 reconditioned Mercedes Benz coup, four days at Paradise Island In the Bahamas and four days at the Cotton Bay Club on the island of Eluthera. The car is on display and tickets are for sale
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1. As the United States and the USSR are the present most powerful nations (somewhat as England was in the days of "Brittania Rules the Waves"), a solution must come from cooperation rather than antagonism between these two powers. 2. We must cooperate regardless of what we think of the USSR system and what they think of the US system, and neither should require a change in the system of the other. (This, of course, does not mean that we cannot try to convince the Russians they should be more concerned with human and civil rights.) 3. Obviously, any agreement for the reduction or elimination of nuclear arms must involve complete inspection of each power's arsenal by the other power. My suggestion in this respect goes beyond mere inspection. The nuclear arms of both powers should be in charge of a "joint chiefs of staff" consisting of the top generals and admirals of each power. The joint chiefs should have adequate (even luxurious) permanent headquarters and staffs in both countries. 4. Of course, any use of the nuclear armament (and, hopefully, there will be none) should not be controlled by the joint chiefs but by a coordinating committee of the legislative and/or executive organs of both powers. This should eliminate the need for any

United Way chairmen thank supporters

postal service to shame

who helped surpass 1985 campaign goal

To the Editor The Islander Our new Postmaster General Albert Casey just taking office has promised to strengthen the United States Postal Service by selling service to the public in competition with various airlines. Regardless of the length of his service in this position, Casey is planning a reorganization within the postal service. Let's see what he does about postal rate increases instituted by his predecessors now that Congress has gone home until Jan. 21. Congress hasn't done anything since before Christmas except introduce bills and pass resolutions. But we must remember congressmen are extra special people who have free mailing privileges. The correspondence they send out is postage free — at our expense. Their press releases on what they are doing are strictly of a political nature. And who pays for their free phone bills? Just how much do our congressmen cost us? Their mailing is computerized, and we the public will never know how much it costs us. I wonder how many people reply to their inquiries, most of which are junk mail. Which brings up the question of just how many congressmen are on vacation junkets or missions — or at home — while their mailing system is working overtime. It makes one wonder just what the cost will be for free mailing privileges in 1986. Also, it is not uncommon for me to wait five days for delivery of letters mailed nearby. The Pony Express could put that to shame. I hope I have enough stamps to lick for my federal income tax form 1040 for 1985.1 sure don't want to be embarrassed for wasting the taxpayers' money on postage. Sincerely, Frank Herndon Sanibel

The following open letter to contributors to the United Way campaign on Sanibel was given to The Islander for publication. Dear United Way supporters: Due to several year-end contributions, Sanibel exceeded its 1985 $24,000 campaign goal by more than $1,600. We wish to thank those who support the United Way annually as well as those who gave this year for the first time. It was gratifying to receive support from full- and part-time residents. Further, we want to express our appreciation to the staff of The Islander for the interest they garnered

through articles. The coupons they provided were used by donors to send their checks and pledges. Surpassing the United Way goal both locally and county-wide means that the 23 agencies will have their budget fully funded. Further, there will be money available to cover contingencies. Thanks to you, United Way worked again! Don Letter Doris Frey United Way chairmen Sanibel

Erosion is a part of life on any barrier island The following letter was given to The Islander for publication. It was originally written in response to an editorial that appeared in the Fort Myers News-Press on Sunday, Dec. 29,1985. To the Editor: It is agreed that the beaches of Florida area drawing card for the tourist industry of the state. The beaches are always there — not the same sand beach, but a sand beach. The sand comes and the sand goes. If all you want is a beach, it is there. The problem is the ownership of property on the beach. When some sand goes out from the beach, sand from higher ground goes also, eating in the sandy land — privately owned property. A problem! The writer of the editorial "Coastline is lifeline" is in favor of having the government railroad through a beach renourishment program without regard to the effects of such a program on the ambiance of the Island. I congratulate the Lee County Commission on

its fair handling of the situation on Captiva. The residents of Captiva have been working hard to develop a program of beach protection which will be fair to all — residents and the public alike. Erosion has been going on on barrier islands from the time of their formation. Why are who who wrote the editorial in such a rush to have a renourishment program railroaded through by government, overriding and disregarding the people who live on this Island and who pay taxes to this government? You mention our road. This road has been well protected by the county in the past. The protection of the road will be reinforced in the near future by the county. It is in no danger of being washed out. It is stated in your editorial that "over the long run experts believe fighting erosion is a losing battle." It is also a very expensive battle. Phyllis Mount Captiva

Pro-renourishment Giptivan thanks state senator for prompt reply to questions posed A copy of the following letter to State Sen. Franklin Mann from Captiva resident Myron Cohen was given to The Islander for publication. Dear Sen. Mann: I was delighted to receive your Jan. 10 letter (Commentary, Jan. 14,1986) in reply to my letter of Jan. 9 to Gov. Bob Graham. Your thoughts as to the questions asked of the governor are most welcome. I am impressed with the depth of your understanding of the erosion-related problems on Captiva and look forward to the governor's personal response. Your letter leads me to conclude that although Gov. Graham is a strong supporter of beach renourishment, you are neither for nor against it. I must conclude, therefore, that Orville Schaeffer was mistaken in quoting the governor's position on this matter. Regarding Mr. Schaeffer's appointment it is my hope, also, that he will offer a voice of moderation without a strong bias to either side of the renourishment debate and can decide on the issue without having to prejudge or stake out a position simply pro or

Island reader shares Campbell's concerns about the threat of nuclear holocaust To the Editor The Islander I have great respect for George Campbell as an environmentalist (notwithstanding his recent switch on casuarinas). I also agree entirely with what I think is his position, namely that destruction by nuclear armament is the most serious problem the world has to face at this moment. Nevertheless, I must criticize his article in the Dec. 31 issue of The Islander on two counts, as follows: 1. His semi-humorous listing of some of the minor evils that will be eliminated by a nuclear holocaust (e.g. rock music, swamp buggy racing, South Bronx) detracts from the seriousness of our situation. 2. It is a pity that intellectual activity such as Campbell is capable of only goes so far as to note what will happen to our planet without offering any constructive suggestions for avoiding total destruction and extinction of the human race. While undoubtedly not having Campbell's intellect or environmental expertise, I don't wish to join him in the area of destructive comments only. Therefore, for what it might be worth (probably not much in view of the difficulty of the problem — but this should not stop us from seeking solutions), here are some suggestions:

Pony Express would put

"hot lines" (How can you have a hot line by yourself?), accidental launching by one power against the other (How can you aim a nuclear missile against yourself?), etc. 5. You will probably ask, "What is the need for all the complications outlined above? Why not just eliminate nuclear weapons entirely?" Theoretically, this would be much better. Practically, it would be a bit risky as long as there are other countries (or even individual terrorists and terrorist groups) who might have access to nuclear weapons. How the two powers might deal with any threats by such countries or terrorists would have to be decided on an ad hoc basis. I am afraid that my suggestions (obviously made without expenditure of millions or even hundreds for research and study) will not solve the world's problems. However, my hope is that they will be looked upon as constructive thoughts and will lead to thoughts of the same nature by Campbell and others. Sincerely, Del Goldsmith Sanibel

con (as you have been advised by the governor's office.) I must, again, applaud the choice based on Gov. Graham's knowledge of Mr. Schaeffer and must also conclude that Lloyd Wright's comments were based, as you mentioned, on frustration. You mention that the bulk of opposition to renourishment on Captiva concerns questions about who is paying, access to beaches and the equity of the financial plan for renourishment. I am not aware of Captiva residents with "access" problems, but I would like to know more about this in order to be able to directly address the issue. You are, in my opinion, "right on" as far as the problems of financing the project are concerned. The Captiva Erosion Prevention District has not voted against renourishment. They just won't go forward with the current financial plan! In accord with your hope that I will continue to work with the district in achieving the goals of erosion control on Captiva, I would like to volunteer to serve on a committee of laymen to be appointed by you or the

Ohio reader applauds nuclear holocaust articles To the Editor The Islander Thank you, George Campbell and Ann Winterbotham, for the excellent, provocative "Silent Night, Wholly Night" articles in The Islander (Dec. 24 and 31, 1985). On our visits to Sanibel we have met somefine, caring people. We have seen interesting animals, insects, shells, flowers — all sorts of things we cannot see in Cleveland. It is almost unthinkable that in one brief instant all this — people flora, fauna, everything — could be gone because of man's stupidity. We have really botched the job of keeping our world habitable and safe, and we show little evidence of having learned much from history. We pour trillions into nuclear armaments, testing and Star Wars plans — while tolerating hunger, poverty, homelessness and

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cruelty to our fellow human beings. Countries the world over sell arms to the highest bidder, all the while making pious pronouncements about keeping the world safe by further nuclear testing, stockpiling and deployment. We should all write letters to the president and our legislators and participate in forums of protest, if possible, to stop this madness while there is yet time. As Brigid Bock stated in her fine letter (Commentary, Jan. 7, 1985), "If you love this planet, please help to save it."

Sincerely, Marian Eichar Cleveland, Ohio

governor to assist the CEPD in finding a solution that is equitable, financially, to every Captivan. I feel that I, along with other concerned citizens of Captiva, can help solve this problem. The next regular CEPD meeting will be held Feb. 3 at the Captiva Community Center. Please consider attending this meeting! We need your help in setting a timetable leading to a voter referendum/property owners' poll so that all Captivans' voices may be heard on the issue of beach renourishment. We are a very small part of the 38th District (getting smaller daily), but we are aware of and very much appreciate your concern for our Island paradise. Sincerely, Myron Cohen Captiva P.S. Could you elaborate on the "compromise on this matter ... with the cooperation of Lee County in finding alternative funding sources" portion of your letter? I'm intrigued!

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Hilda Kaihlanen, well known for her primitive interpretations of local scenes, has returned to Captiva for the season. Her work can beseen at The Tree House Gallery, Captiva.

Molly Eckler Originals and Very Limited Edition Prints

Hilda Kaihlanen resides in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Her works are on exhibit in galleries in Vail, Colorado; Rockport, Massachusetts; and Bar Harbor Maine, as well as The Tree House. Open 7 Days 10-5

One of the first shows in a brand new travel-oriented television series, "Wish You Were Here," will take place on Sanibel and Captiva. Producer Ross Bagwell Sr. and his crew began shooting footage on the Islands last Saturday and will continue filming through this week. The series will likely run on the Nashville Cable Network, where Bagwell currently produces a situation comedy called "1-40". "Walter Klie (former Sanibel-Captiva Chamber of Commerce executive director) showed an advance man around the Islands in Dec. 12," Ken Meeker, new executive director of the chamber, says. "They had planned to film a small segment about the Islands, but apparently they have now decided to do an entire show on Sanibel and Captiva." The publicity generated from such a project should be good for the Islands, Meeker believes. "Like any public relations, it gets the word around and could be good for business," he says. The film crew is staying at South Seas Plantation on Captiva. Last Saturday they shot the Edison Home in Fort Myers. Over the weekend and through this week they plan to film everything from the Periwinkle Trailor Park to beach scenes at South Seas Plantation. Also part of the tentative itinerary are on-camera interviews with naturalist George Campbell, Sanibel City Councilman Francis Bailey and restaurateur Matt Asen. Bagwell has filmed one show for the series, focusing on the Florida Keys and Miami. Other locations tentatively planned for the series include Colorado and Las Vegas. Kenny Price, from television's Hee Haw series, is the star of the travelogue series.

A crew from the Nashville Cable Network will be shooting footage for a 30-minute travel segment about Sanibel and Captiva this week. The crew is staying at South Seas Plantation. Photo by David Dugatkin.

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Vance Evan Cohn Sanibel residents Dan and Candy Cohn of Sanibel announce the birth of their son, Vance Evan Cohn, Tuesday, Dec. 31,1985, at Lee Memorial Hospital in Fort Myers. Vance is a brother for Michael and Amanda. He weighed 9 pounds, 1 ounce when he was born. 1 oz. Grandparents are Sandy and Charlie Hutchings of Lisle, 111., and Kathy and Ed Cohn of Washington, D.C.

Joan and Edwin Nicholson of Sanibel celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary Jan. 23,1985. The couple were childhood friends in Long Island and were married in 1951 at St. Paul's Church in Valley Stream, N.Y. They moved to Southwest Florida five years ago and have been on Sanibel for the past three years.

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Jason Craig Assoc, Inc. Pawlak, R. Fox, W. V. Fraser, D. W. Mudd, R. D. Kurfess, L. P. Lindsay, B. L. Godaro, P. W. Saha, S. K. Lowman, R. M., Jr. Pavelka, R. A. Blue Danube Properties, Ltd. Van Voorhis, J. R. Reid, D. M. True, A. C. South Seas Plantation Dev. Co. Schmidt, R. W. Bandringa, E. J. Stuckl, E. Daw, S. S. Stone Crab Associates Haberman, A. Messina C. Seidel, H.

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G. 10.16 Schaeffer, B. J. Bayer, G. E. 10.16 Hedley, M. P. Sounders, D. O. 10.16 Burgher, P. H. Niedermayr, P. E. 10.16 Moree, E. B. Almouist, M. 10.16 Jensen, B. Voller, H. H. 10.16 Jensen, R. W. Artale, L. J. 10.16 Robb, D. V. Wolfman Lef, Inc. 10.16 Chapel By The Sea, Captiva MacPhail, R. B. 10.16 Kalman, A. R. Houston, J. E. 10.16 Rochester Realty Corp. Sharp, R. C. 10.16 Marini, N. J. Bittner, J. T. 10.16 White, W. A. Faulconer, L. 10.16 Anderson, S. A., Ill Bickley, E. F., Jr. 10.16 Stranahan, A. A. 10.16 LeSage, P. A. Dunham, S. W. 10.16 Wood, R. B. Watkins S. P. 10.16 Hogerty. C. G. Turtle, G. A., Jr. 10.16 Spohn, M. Dudek, AA. A. 10.16 Wolfe, A. L. Slegeman, J. L. 10.16 Humpleby, E. A. Sims. S. M. 10.16 Glowacki, F. W. Swift, S. T. 10.16 Castagna, W. S. Connelly. W. E. 10.16 Sookup, J. Burner, D. F., Jr. 10.16 Kelman, T. B. 10.16 Dickey, H. S. Pracht, F. W. 10.16 Kalman, M. D. Snadowsky, S. 10.16 Dickey, D. D. Plummer, R. E. 10.16 Kalman, M. D. Fiorillo, J. J. 10.16 Dickey, D. D. Bell, T. P. 10.16 Scott, M. D. Janes, M. V. 10.16 Johnson, M. M. Lyon, J. A., Jr. 10.16 Yates, V. G. Davis, D. D. 10.16 Brinson, M. G. Holloway, G. 10.16 Moran, N. E. Blaufuss, W. V. 10.16 Cannon, M. W. Davis, D. D. 10.49 Hesberger, D. K. Oblonsky, L. 15.41 M V P General Part. Merner, T. B. 190.83 McGrath, R. F. Blaufuss, F. L. 138.04 Rollow, T. A. South Seas Plantation Co. 176.73 Aigler, W. F. Day, E. G. 11.80 Partridge, D. F. Kotsalis, P. N. 187.23 Armenia, J. Chapel By the Sea, Captiva 232.15 Eterna Real Estate, Inc. Rosse, C. 10.49 Pizzicarola. A. Jensen, R. W. 10.49 Relyea, K. D. Sunset Captiva Homeowners, Inc. 10.49 Armenia, L. Cohen, M. J. 10.49 Cassavell, E. Lang, R. F. 10.49 Bergen, W. Bartlett, J. R. 10.49 10.82 Eschert, E. Pozzo, E. 10.49 10.82 Bass, R. S., Jr. Storer-Schmidt Medical Corp. 10.49 10.82 Hardy, J. S. Noller, K. L. 10.49 10.82 Costello, R. D. 10.49 Hagen, J. S. Ill 10.49 Waugh, S. L. 10.49 Watts, J. 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Police find six-plus pounds of cocaine,

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arrest Naples man at Sundial resort By CINDY CHALMERS

Police Department indicates Collier County records say Sakran was arrested by Collier authorities in August 1985 for smuggling drugs into the Collier County Jail. He was released on $5,000 bond in that incident. The state attorney later dismissed the case. Sakran is employed as a jeweler at Carol's Jewelry Treasures in Naples. The SPD is continuing its investigation of the Sundial incident.

A Naples man was arrested for possession of and trafficking in cocaine at Sundial resort late Saturday night, Jan. 18. Police reportedly found three kilos (6.6 pounds) of cocaine in a room at the resort occupied by Raymond Sakran Jr., 27, of 4321 27th Court SW, Naples. A press release from the Sanibel

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All information in the following reports was taken directly from Sanibel Police Department records.

Police investigated the theft of some construction equipment from a site at the corner of Tarpon Bay Road and West Gulf Drive early Friday morning, Jan. 10. A large wheel pully and 100 feet of %-inch rope were taken sometime between 5 p.m. Jan. 9 and 7 a.m. Jan. 10. Value of the items was estimated at

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The fifth computer run takes into acon how the CCC received the document. Hofschneider said the board would count changes agreed upon by the discuss this computer run after the new previous board, including raising comcommissioners "catch up" on themercial assessments based on a traffic issues. Three commissioners attended survey, and raising the county's their first official meeting in assessment by charging it for property December, and a fourth commissioner along Captiva Road in zone three. was appointed to the board in January.

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A Mockingbird Drive woman reported a bicycle had been taken from the school bus stop on Dixie Beach Boulevard at Bunting Lane late Friday afternoon, Jan. 10. The three-speed girl's bike was yellow and had chrome

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fenders and a wire basket. It was valued at $25. after he was stopped on SanibelCaptiva Road just after 9 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14. William Greer, 62, of 232 Gazelle Drive, North Fort Myers, was taken to Lee County Jail.

Police checked the area near Trowbridge Apartments on Periwinkle Way around 4:50 p.m. Friday, Jan. io, after a nearby resident reported someone was shooting off fireworks in the area. Police found no one suspicious, however.

An Elgin, 111., man was arrested for driving under the influence after he was stopped on Causeway Road around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 15. Steven Kellenberger, 22, of 869 Orange St., Elgin, 111., was taken to Lee County Jail.

$50 in coins was reported stolen from a vending maching at Tracy's Car Wash early Monday morning, Jan. 13. A Calcutta, Ohio, woman reported she had lost her purse in the beach parking lot at the Sanibel Lighthouse just after 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14. The woman told police she had left her purse beside her car and driven off. When she returned the purse was gone. It contained $70 cash.

An Arlington, Vt., man and his wife lost $500 in cash, various articles of clothing, camera equipment and jewelry when their car was broken into while it was parked in the Trost beach access parking lot off Tarpon Bay Road between 12:15 and 1:45 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16. Total value of the missing items was estimated at $2,390.

A Sanibel woman reported her 8-year-old son had found his bicycle hanging upside down from a tree limb at his school bus stop on Nerita Street Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 15. The mother said it was the third time such incidents had taken place in the past two months. Police agreed to watch the bus stop carefully.

A North Fort Myers man was arrested for driving under the influence

An Alton, Fla., woman told police she had lost her purse somewhere on Sanibel during the day Thursday, Jan. 16. The purse contained $70 cash, travelers checks and credit cards. A Fort Myers man and his Biberach, Germany, companion reported their car was broken into while parked at the Lighthouse beach between noon and 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16. A purse and a wallet were taken from the lock-

set up in the woods near the water plant on Sanibel-Captiva Road early Friday morning, Jan. 17. Inside the tend officers found several pieces of paper $60 in coins and a Sony Walkman bearing the name "James R. Brown." valued at $125 were reported stolen They checked several spots on the from a car that was parked in the Trost Island but no one had heard of Brown. public beach access lot off Tarpon Bay They decided to check the tent Road between 1 and 4 p.m. Thursday, periodically to see if anyone was living Jan. 16. The glove compartment of the in it. car had been forced open. The items During the week that ended Friday belonged to a North Billeriea, Mass. morning, Jan. 17, Sanibel police issued woman. one citation to a driver for failure to Police looked for but did not find a yield and one for driving with a prowler at a home on Periwinkle Way suspended license around 11:45 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16. The resident of the piling home said he heard noises on his porch and then saw someone jump from the porch and run into the woods.

ed car. Both were found nearby, sans cash. $150 was taken from the purse and $70 was missing from the wallet.

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SAN1BEL CITY COUNCIL MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS

(MacKENZlEHAU.) 800 DUNLOP ROAD January 21,1886 AGENDA

9 a.m. 1. Invocation and Pledge oi Allegiance (Bailey) 2. Approval of minutes of 10-1-85 3. Planning Commission report 4. City Manager's report a) Presentation and discussion of proposed City Half she pian, request for a site for a shell museum, and BIG Arts' proposal. 10 a.m. fa) Discussion of proposed Cardium Street improvement project. (Residents have been invited to attend.) c) Request for variance to Graphics ordinance by Warren Dueber for island Equipment Rental, 2246 Periwinkle Way. d) Request for extension of Rate of Growth allocation for (1) Gerald Dlilo, Development Permit No.85-3447; (2) Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dietz, Development Permit No. 85-3335. * e) Approval of entertainment license and fee lor chamber music trio at the Nutmeg House restaurant. f) Selection of date for Student Government Day, g) Review of interlocal agreement with Lee County Commission establishing Information exchange on mutual problems. h) Resolution approving addendum io contract with Southwest Wat6r Welts to extend wall plugging contract Into a third year. i) Review and approval of bids for purchase of sweeper and pick-up truck for Public Works Department 5. Public comments and Inquiries. 6. City Attorney's report a) Opinion on Gulfslde City Park parking restrictions. b) Proposed counter-offer regarding purchase of Lupski properties In Sanlbel Highlands. c) Resolution adopting standards for parking and loading areas and driveways necessary for Implementation of Land Development Code. d) Discussion of 1986 requests for legislation of the Lee County Legislative Delegation. e) Discussion of settlement offer by Couch Construction Company. f) Monthly litigation report.

g) Discussion of Resolution providing procedure for reimbursement of City Council expenses. h) Discussion of memo regarding bicycle path and recent court decision. 11:30 a.m. 7 Public hearing and SECOND reading of an ordinance amending section 10-18 of the Sanibel Code of Ordinances; providing a classification and occupational license tax for health salons; providing for conflict and severance; and providing an effective date. 11:40 a.m. 8. Public hearing and FIRST reading of an ordinance amending subsubsection (B) (1) of Section 2-5 of the Sanlbel Code of Ordinances; increasing the maximum reimbursement for meals in travel expenses incurred by city officers and employees; providing for conflict and severance; and providing an effective date. NOON Recess for lunch 9. Mayor and councilman's reports 10. Public comments and inquiries Adjournment if a person decides to appeal any decision of the body with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he wilt need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings Is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

Odds that the drawbridge on the Sanibel Causeway that within 30 days the county will will be closed to boat traffic between 3:45 and 5:15 p.m. daily are up, County Commission Chairman hold public hearings on changes in Porter Goss said this week. A request that during this 1 Mi-hour period the the Causeway toll system. bridge will be opened for boats on signal only at 4:15 and 4:45 p.m. has been sent to the U.S. Coast Guard in Miami. But a decision probably will not be made for at least two months because a'notice to mariners must more than minor disruption to land transportation," be published in the Federal Register, followed by a Goss said. 30-day period for public input, Goss explained. Without further information, he added, there is not For more than two years the Sanibel City Council much chance that the Coast Guard would consider has urged the county to seek scheduled openings of timed closings in the morning hours. the Causeway lift span. But in a letter to Sanibel Mayor Louise Johnson, Frequent openings of the bridge contribute to trafGoss promised to pursue the matter "until we a little fic tie-ups on the Island, especially during the busy closer to what we really need." winter tourist season. He also said the county is moving closer to a In September 1984 the Coast Guard turned down positive program for financing the Causeway. Within the county's request for timed openings of the bridge. The reason given by Coast Guard Capt. A.R. 30 days the council will hold public hearings on a Larzeleere was that the traffic count indicated that proposal to increase the bridge tolls and change the bridge openings cause only "minor disruptions to commuter book system. land transportation." He said the county has abandoned the idea of The county staff then amended the request and replacing ticket books with an automatic vehicle asked for a scheduled opening period from 3:45 to identification. The most favored mode appears to be 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday, Goss said, "Apa combination of a ticket book and a windshield parently reasoning a half a loaf was better than identification sticker. The tickets would be valid only none." when used for vehicles with the same identification The city of Sanibel viewed this concession s a step sticker. in the right direction that didn't go far enough. "We're trying to work out the problem of families The council enlisted the help of Goss and the Coun- that have two or more cars so that more than one ty Commission to urge the Coast Guard to extend the sticker would be valid with each ticket book," he restriction through weekends and holidays, especial- said. ly during the winter season. Goss also clarified the county's proposal to pledge Goss said this week that a review of traffic data toll revenues from the Sanibel Causeway and the shows strong statistical support for expanding the Cape Coral bridge to serve as collateral for financscheduled opening period from 3:45 to 5-15 p m ing the proposed new midpoint bridge in Cape Coral daily. "No monies from Sanibel Causeway tolls will be Goss said he has asked county staff to compile updiverted to finance a new bridge, he said. to-date information on the traffic count during Nor is there is any intention of establishihg a March, the base monnth that was used previously bridge authority, he emphasized, adding, "What is " I think we have a strong case to persuade the proposed will have no impact whatsoever on the Coast Guard that we are talking about considerably people of Sanibel or Captiva."

Council finds catch in variance appeal process under new Land Development Code standards By BARBARA BRUNDAGE

COMING UP WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22, MacKenzle Hail, 9 a.m. • Special workshop meeting of the City Council with the Planning Commission to discuss possible modification of the seven requirements that must be met for variances to the Land Development Code. TUESDAY, JAN. 28, MacKenzie Hall, 9 aon. meeting of the Planning Commission.

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approval. The commissioners agreed that The first hearing of an appeal of the wall was esthetically an ima variance denial under the new provement, but this was offset by Land Development Code pro- the facts that it increases the setcedure bogged down two weeks back non-conformity and that the ago when city councilmen same effect could have been discovered the new rules left them achieved within the limitation of no alternative but to uphold the the new code. Planning Commission decision. Naumann exercised his right to "I have a problem in accepting a appeal the decision to the council. policy whereby the council cannot At the Jan. 7 hearing City Atgrant relief," Councilman Fred torney David La Croix emphasizValtin said. ed that without commission The case in point was a recommendation, the council as a decorative wall constructed in quasi-judicial body could only front of realtor John Naumann's determine whether the commisnew office at 2427 Periwinkle Way. sion had acted correctly in applyThe wall encroaches three feet ing the criteria. further into the setback from the The council could not fault the street than the original wall and commission's handling of was constructed without city Naumann's application permits. Valtin and Councilman Bill The Planning Commission on Hagerup said it would be pracDec. 10 denied Naumann's request tically impossible for any single for a variance to permit the wall. application to comply with all The commission had no other seven criteria. No one will be able recourse because the request did to g e t a v a r i a n c e , they not comply with the seven criteria maintained. the code requires for variance Hagerup suggested that the

council readdress the criteria and modify them so the relief that was implied during the LDC hearings would be available. During those discussions objections to regulations being too strict had been countered with the promise that, "You can always get a variance." Mayor Louise Johnson said action to change the criteria after only one hearing was premature. She disagreed with her colleagues that Naumann's case should be deferred until the criteria are reexamined. Hagerup's motion to continue Naumann's appeal hearing until a decison is made on the criteria passed by a 4-1 vote with Johnson dissenting. La Croix pointed out that the criteria for variance approval was the same as that used by most communities and is sanctioned by the courts. At her colleagues' insistence Johnson agreed to take another look at the variance criteria.

Commissioners' hearts rule in variance request for pool By BARBARA BRUNDAGE

"I'm not sure that what Planning commissioners listened with their hearts last week when they we've done is legal." approved a variance to permit a swimming pool at the Shell Harbor home of a Lennart Lorenson 10-year-old boy who has cerebral palsy. Commission chairman Despite their resolve to remove emotion from their deliberations of variance requests, the commissioners were touched by Joe and Joan Burns' "Who the hell cares?" account of their struggle to care for Urban Palmer their son, Brian, who cannot stand alone and is confined to a wheelchair. Shell Harbor homeowner The 20x35-foot swimming pool with a concrete deck and screen enclosure is needed for Brian's hydrotherapy treatments. But it will exceed the permitted coverage on the Conch Court lot neighbors, told the commission that "If there is any meaning to the hardship by 230-square-feet. City planners reported that the pool concept (for a variance) it applies, could be installed in compliance with here." Urban Palmer said he had watLand Development Code standards if ched the Burns trying to cope for the the Burnses removed the exisiting conpast seven months. Fighting back crete patio dock, slab and driveway. But Joe Burns said the dock patio is tears, Palmer asked the commission to needed to provide access to their boat, ' 'never mind all the red tape.. and find one of the few recreational activities it in your hearts to let this boy have a pool." Brian can enjoy with the family. Some commissioners argued they And the pool cannot be any smaller and still accommodate a wheelchair had no authority to grant the variance and considered making a strong lift. Brian, who attends public school, recommendation that the City Council needs a concrete driveway to navigate consider approving it under less strict his wheelchair to get on the school bus. guidelines. But Commissioner Jerry Muench Joe Burns said his efforts to purchase persuaded his colleagues that the land from an adjoining lot failed. Burns case fit the criteria on the basis Burns said he had waited seven monof land use and not emotion. His motion ths until the new LDC was adopted to to grant the variance passed apply for the variance planners said he unanimously and brought applause would need to install the pool. from the audience, many of whom were "I think my application complies with all seven of the criteria for ap- in tears. Commission Chairman Lennart proval," he told the commission. Lorenson's comment that, "I'm not Beverly Myers Grady, the commissure that what we've done is legal," sion's legal counsel, warned that the brought a succinct response from criteria must apply to land use and not Palmer, "Who the hell cares?" human need. David Spoehr, one of Burnses'

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Sanibel Marina plans deemed repairs, not structural changes and all the renovations can be done legally. But Ireland feared the rezoning proThe Planning Commission intercess would take at least six months, pretation that repairs to seawalls and the boat launch ramp proposed at and he said he wanted to get on with Sanibel Marina are not structural repairs of the facility that are long changes paves the way for new owner overdue. Myton Ireland to start phase one of his Boaters and fishermen, including renovation of the 30-year-old boating two members of the city's Marine Advisory Board, urged the commission to landmark. Ireland told the commissioners last rule in Ireland's favor. They pointed Tuesday that he had already made an out that the marina provides deepapplication to change the marina's zon- water access to the Island and will be of ing to Special Use District. The marina vital importance in the event that a been a non-conforming commercial use storm destroys the Causeway. After a prolonged discussion of the in a residential zone since Sanibel was nuances of the meaning olf the phrase incorporated. "structually the commission Under CLUP and the new Land voted 6-1 thataltered," Ireland's proposed imDevelopment Code a non-conforming provements constituted repairs. use cannot be enlarged or structurally Commission Chairman Lennart altered except to eliminate or reduce Lorenson, lone dissenter, said he the non-conformity. Repairs are per- preferred the that the renovations be mitted under LDC regulations, delayed until the zoning change is however. approved. Repairs Ireland wants to make imIreland protested that he had mediately include shoring up two noWhen assurance the Special Use District deteriorating seawalls and replacing a would be approved, Lorenson said he crumbling boat launch ramp. could "almost guarantee a favorable The planning staff interpreted these recommendation from this body." improvements as structural alteraThe final decision lies with the City tions. Planning Director Bruce Rogers recommended that Ireland wait until Council. Special Use District zoning is approved By BARBARA BRUNDAGE

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Cityside Code regulations if he did not pull a development permit before the code was adopted. Goodman applied for the permit on Dec. 19, 1985, three weeks after the code went into effect. Last week he told the commission that had he known his plans night be affected by new regulations, he could have applied for the permit on Nov. 21, when he received assurance from Lee County Health Department that his existing septic system was adequate to service his two-bedroom, two-bath home. But under stricter LDC waste water disposal standards this might not be the case. The code says Goodman's new room, though not designed for sleeping, is capable of being closed off from the main dwelling structure and should be treated as a "bedroom." Assistant Planning Director Ken Pfalzer said he was not sure whether the existing septic system would be adequate for a three-bedroom home. Goodman said he had waited seven months to begin construction of the extra space needed for his son,

The Planning Commission last Tuesday approved the FIRST TEMPORARY USE PERMIT (TUP) as provided for in the new Land Development Code. The permit will allow a sales office in a model home in Periwinkle Pines, a 23-unit residential development on Periwinkle Way east of Dunlop Road. Developer William Letentre can use an existing dwelling unit near the Periwinkle Way entrance of the project as a temporary sales office until March 28. relocating the lift shoreward to minimize the intrusion After that date the sales office will be in a model home into the navigable waterway. now under construction near the Dunlop Road But because of time constraints the commissioners entrance. agreed that dredging of the canal bottom to provide a But the sales office cannot begin operation until the 4.5-foot water depth at low tide could be started before commission adopts a resolution formally approving 'the development permit is issed. the permit at its Jan. 28 meeting. Commissioners complained that without standards for docks in the LDC it is difficult to determine what is Planning Commission action on Byron Robert's re- acceptable. Planning Director Bruce Rogers said his quest for a DEVELOPMENT PERMIT TO CON- staff is working to correct this oversight. STRUCT A 64-FOOT DOCK AND BOATLIFT extending 11 feet into a tidal canal was continued last TuesArnold Goodman wanted to know last week why the day until the Jan. 28 meeting. PLANNING DEPARTMENT DID NOT NOTIFY HIM Carl Biebel, contractor for the dock, agreed to his plans to add a den-office to his Casa Ybel Road amend the application by shortening the dock and home would have to comply with Land Development

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INVEST IN THE BEST - This top floor corner unit with one bedroom, one bath offers fabulous rentals and Sundial's complete amenity package. All for $139,900 furnished. Call Rose Gibney, Broker Salesman (days 472-3121, eves. 472-2631).

OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE! Let all those savings jingle in your pocket when you pur- PANORAMIC VIEWS of the Gulf of Mexico from chase this lovely two bedroom, two bath with walk this two bedroom, two bath condominium. You can't down cabana condominium. Pretty Gulf view includ- get much closer to the Gulf than this! This corner ed for $255,000. Call Heidi Parilla, Realtor Associate unit is an excellent buy at $250,000. Contact Karl (days 472-3121, eves. 472-0201). Shank, Realtor Associate for more details. (Days 472-3121, eves. 466-0008).

CORNER UNIT - GULF FROMT provides a fantastic view and in a good location. This two bedroom, two bath is all you need for that Island getaway. $245,000. Call for an appointment to see how special this unit is. Karl Shank, Realtor Associate (days 472-3121, eves. 466-0008).

City briefs Continued Timothy, now 13 months old. He added now he faced further delays and added expense of upgrading the septic system. Commissioner Bill Read conceded Goodman was "stuck with the law." Attorney Beverly Myers Grady, the commission's new legal counsel, confirmed that Goodman must have a waste water disposal permit approved by the Planning Department before a development permit can be issued. Commissioner Jerry Muench proposed a compromise to approve the development permit with the condition that the waste water disposal system is in full compliance with the code. The motion passed unanimously.

The SUCCESS OF THE TIMBERS RESTAURANT has created problems for proprietor Matt Asen. Asen told the Planning Commission last week he is running out of space to refrigerate the fresh fish required to satisfy his hungry customers during the winter season. During a $25,000 remodeling of the restaurant's kitchen last fall, Asen removed six seats in the dining room to make room for additional refrigerators. But he said that is not enough, and now he wants to install a 100-square-foot walk-in cooler on the north side of the restaurant. But this addition will exceed the floor area ratio and developed area of the Timbers Court shopping center which are already over the limits allowed under the new Land Development Code. A suggestion from city planners that he remove more seats is not possible, Asen said, because he needs a minimum of 150 seats to qualify for a liquor license. Because Asen's application for a variance could not comply with all seven criteria for approval, the commission could not legally grant his request. But the commissioners saw merit in permitting the improvement and recommended that the City Council consider approving the variance using a different set of standards. The motion to leave the decision to the council passed by a 6-1 vote with Commission Chairman Lennart Lorenson dissenting.

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CONDOMINIUMS SUNDIAL D-101 - two bedroom/two bath and den - $244,500 says it all. Sundial amenities at your doorstep. Call Dave Putzel, BROKER-Salesman to see. After hours 472-9688. SUNDIAL - two bedroom/two bath plus den - Top floor; spectacular view; full amenity package - $259,000. Call Dave Putzel, BROKER-Salesman. After hours, 472-9688. CAPTAIN'S WALK - Large 1100 sq. ft. unit with two bedrooms. Many upgrades you have to see to appreciate. Different - and a definite cut above the average. Only $85,500. Call to see. Call Lisa Smith, REALTOR-Associate, 472-9730.

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LENNART LORENSON AND JERRY MUENCH WERE UNANIMOUSLY REELECTED chairman and vice chairman of the Planning Commission for another year by their colleagues at last week's regular meeting. Variances to permit TWO NEW MULTI-FAMILY STRUCTURES on East Gulf Drive to be built only 10 feet from the side property lines and to permit the buildings to exceed the 45-foot height limitation squeaked through the Planning Commission last Tuesday. Attorney Richard Brodeur, representing developer Jerry Marek, called the requests "the classic variance case." The configuration and size of the building sites between Loggerhead Cay and the Sanibel Beach Club, both long narrow parcels bordering the Gulf of Mexico, are such that they cannot be developed in compliance with Land Development Code standards that require 15-foot side setbacks, Brodeur explained. The variances for both buildings to exceed the height limitations are necessary because the minimum flood elevations at that location were raised from 12 to 15 feet last October. Because of this, the elevator shaft will be 47 feet high. The staff recommended this variance be permitted with the condition that the shafts be hidden by the roofs of the buildings. Islander Paul Howe strongly objected to the city's relaxing the height requirement which was originally set to prevent Sanibel from becoming "another Fort Myers Beach." He asked the commission to reconsider and hold the line on maximum height. Commission Chairman Lennart Lorenson, who has upheld the height limitation in the past, said because of the state law that regulates the height of elevator shafts he would support this variance. His motion to approve all four variances passed by a 4-3 vote with commissioners Bill Read, Penny Rogers and Bill Webb dissenting.

NEW LISTING! 893 Limpet Drive - Sailor's dream, direct access canal. SHELL HARBOR - This homo features three bedrooms, two baths plus large screened lanai. Spacious kitchen with eat-in area to please any homemaker. Well planned nature landscaping including computer zoned sprinkler system. Seawalled patio-dock and davits on wide, deep canal. Beautiful home excellent value at $267,500. Call for appointment. Milt Reik, REALTOR-Associate. After hours 472-2910. GULF FRONT - You'd better move quickly if you are interested in this delightful three bedroom, two and one half bath home in CHATEAU SUR MER. Quality constructed in 1983 including vaulted ceiling and atrium in great room and a fantastic kitchen for the gourmet cook. Completely furnished. $680,000. Contact Mike Long, BROKER-Salesman. After hours, 472-4201^

SANDDOLLAR DRIVE offers three bedrooms all with walk-in closets, living room and dining area, great kitchen and family room combination, plus fantastic lanai and pool area, boat dock at canal. $249,500. Call for appointment. 472-4000.

DUPLEX LAKESIDE VILLAS - Three bedrooms, two baths - one-half DUPLEX on a large corner lot. Close to all of the Dunes' amenities. Call today for an appointment. Dave Putzel, BROKER-Salesman. After hours, 472-9688.

LOTS NEW LISTINGS! One acre in GULF RIDGE. Already surveyed/perc test done. Give us a change to show you how easy it would be to live in Sanibel's Best Subdivision. Call Alan Wortzel, BROKER-Salesman. After hours, 472-3760. Large residential lot in beautiful GUMBO LIMBO. Backs up to Wildlife Refuge. Lots of beautiful native growth. Only ROGO exempt lot, currently available. $37,500. Call Bob Merklas, REALTOR-Associate. After hours, 472-1307. LAGOON ESTATES. Lake Frontage. Leveled, cleared, and ready to go. Secluded and quiet location within walking distance of bank and major shopping center. Excellent terms. $32,500 Call John Nickens, REALTOR-Associate, for details. After hours., 472-5980

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Why buy when you can rent? Chip Hoffman hopes Islanders will see it that way when it comes to various tools and equipment By Donald Scott

Chip Hoffman might have a few questions for Islanders in the near future. For instance: • If you can fix something yourself, and tools are available, why hire someone else to do the work for what could be a substantial amount of money? •When you want to complete a carpentry or gardening job, why go out and buy a lot of expensive equipment you already own up north?. • If you need one specific tool for one specific project and you don't think you'll ever use it again, why buy it? • If you need to rent almost anything, why go off-Island to get it? Hoffman's new business, Island

This serious book is devastating, yet I could not put it down. Its basic thesis is that Soviet Communism is not just an economic system, but that it is a political system with a long-range plan for world domination — a plan with many strategies. Author Revel feels the resistance of the Western democracies has been inadequate, and that they are losing the battle which in the final analysis is not just economic (trade) but is also territorial (Poland and Afghanistan). One internal aspect aiding the Soviets is a secure base: no congressional debates about budget priorities — the military gets what it wants off the top; no cost-of-living problems — the civilian population lives in a state of "controlled scarcity"; no civil rights issues — the "establishment" lives in secure and separate luxury — the others scratch. And externally, the Soviet posture is always aggressive — on the attack and demanding. There might be a pause, the author feels, but not a retreat. Rarely is there an explusion as in Egypt, Grenada or Cuba. This latter was was so conspicuous that it put Khrushchev on the skids to retire-, ment But note that in exchange the United States agreed to take its missiles out of Turkey and not interfere with Castro, whereas the USSR after backing down was still where it had been before. Still on the territorial theme, the author details Communist aggression on several other fronts and remarks on the West's response — a response he sees as severely lacking or nonexistent. He includes South Korea, the Berlin Wall, South Vietnam, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Poland. In the economic arena, the author cites the gas pipeline from Siberia to Europe. This was financed by below market interest loans and built by slave labor. It encouraged . , Europe to be dependent on USSR energy, not withstanding substantial gas reserves in northern Europe. The development of the USSR reserves freed oil for the army and equally important for export to earn hard currency. The US embargo on heavy equipment opened the market to European and Japanese products. President Jimmy Carter was concerned about "human rights" abuses in violation of the Helsinki Accords. He also embargoed grain — a market the Argentine and others were glad to fill. In the foregoing we see the fear of loss of business or market, a fear that in a democracy quickly translates to votes. Another theme to which democracies are vulnerable is peace. The USSR is a master

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week behind Nave Plumbing at Sanibel Square. His is the only equipment rental business on Sanibel. He rents big items and "small items, and things for the average homeowner and even heavy equipment for contractors. On the most simple level, Hoffman has stocked common hammers and screwdrivers. But he also has pumps, sanders, chain saws and other power tools. And on an even higher level, he has chosen to stock gas-operated post hole diggers, a front end loader, a ditch digger, a demolition hammer and generators large and small. He also has banquet tables, cribs, roller beds and bicycles for

rent. "We are trying to fit a lot of needs," Hoffman says. "We are starting, small, in that we won't have three of everything. But we are trying to get a broad selection of equipment and tools so we can be of service to the Island." And he wants to get feedback from Islanders to see what else they might need to rent. "If someone is looking for something and they don't see it here, or if they think they may need something in the future, they should let us know," he says. "We're here as a service for Islanders, so we need to know what'they need."

Cliff Hoffmann is surrounded by many of the items his new business offers for rent. Photo by David Dugatkin.

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at offering negotiations for peace in a format that requires the West-to give up something as the price of coming to the table (United States must postpone Pershing missiles or foreswear neutron bombs). It is very difficult for an elected official in the West to refuse to "negotiate" about peace and hold his constituency. The ultimate is where, as in the case of Afghanistan, peace cannot be considered until the West withdraws its "support of native aggression" which Russia says caused it to invade in "self-defense." The author believes Kissinger, as secretary of state, had a good fix on the situation; success would require negotiation balanced with confrontation — ceaseless negotiation and vigilant resistance to every USSR attempt at expansion. This exercise would go on forever because the

USSR will never stop pushing. There is never acceptance of a status quo. Always the pressure is on, with moves to destabilize. Every Soviet leader since Lenin is quoted on this theme. Attention is given to the myth of the "new" premier and now "the climate will change." - The author concludes that to reverse the trend will require that Soviet expansionism be stopped and the USSR end its expansionist policy. This will require discipline by Western political leaders and the electorate, willingness to lose sales and spill blood, determination to recapture the initiative, to insist on USSR concessions as a condition to negotiations. In chess terms, to play the white pieces — to move first. Unsettlement in the Middle East offers the greatest USSR opportunity to win all at a single stroke. Already well-established in South

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The Cooperating Brokers of Sanibel and Captiva, Inc., has been accepted as a member of the National and State Associations of Realtors. The announcement was made last week by Thomas Brown, president of the Sanibel and Captiva Islands Board of Realtors, Inc. The Island Island board board has has opened op n off an office at 1633-H P e r ^ i S Way for coordination of its activities. Bas3 on the number of individuals engaged in the real estate profession on both Islands, it is expected the membershfp will include approximately 30 realtors

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Yemen and Ethiopia, influential in Syria and poised in next-door Afghanistan for the collapse of Iran, Communism surrounds the world's major oil reserves. It already owns much of the rest within its own or satellite borders. Read this book to understand what Communism has achieved while the West scorns its austere economy. Compare Western selfdeception about Russian intentions and prospects with contemporary responses to Hitler just 50 years ago. Read in today's newspapers all the reasons from around the world why aggressive economic — let alone military — response to terrorism will only increase tensions, lead to greater diaos, jeopardize international trade," and threaten world peace.

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Million dollar salesmen honored at John Naumann firm Continued from page 19A

I am in mind of the bard of Yankee Stadium who said, "It's deja vu all over again". Donald Scott has lived on Sanibel for the past two years. Prior to moving to the Island he worked for 30 years In the banking industry. He spent 25 years with Chase Manhattan Bank in New York City, dividing his time between commercial banking and corporate staft Scott's educational background includes a bachelor's degree in economics from Princeton and, a master's in business administration from New York. University,, ' He resides on Sanibel with his wife, Florence.

The recipients of the 1985 Million Dollar Club awards at John Naumann and Associates, Inc., were announced last week. Scott Naumann, broker salesman, is the only member of the Five Million Dollar Club. Joan Joyce, broker sales, is a member of the Four Million Dollar Club. G.G. Robideau, realtor associate, and Karl Shank, are members of the Three Million Dollar Club. Rose Gibney, broker salesman; Mary Lou Traucht,

realtor associate; and Dan Cohn, realtor associate; are members of the Two Million Dollar Club. And Glenn Carretta, realtor associate; Kyle Collins, broker salesman; Carl Deremo, realtor associate; Trudy Deremo, realtor associate; Pam Pfahler, broker salesman; and Debbie Weinstock, realtor associate; are members of the One Million Dollar Club.

Upper Giptiva club honored as residential resort of the year Safety Harbor Club on Upper Captiva Island has been selected as the Residential Resort of the Year by Andrew Harper's Hideaway Resort. Charles Carroll, president of Safety Harbor Corp.,

the developer of Safety Harbor Club, made the announcement last week. "We were especially cornplimented on the standard of excellence maintained for such a remote setting," he said.

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Powers, W. S. Tomlinson, J. Filppini, R. V. Portanova, L. N. Barnes, J. E. Simon, D. M. Lambert, J. W. Logueruela, B. J. Houston, J. G. Freeman, J. AA. Pawlak Sales, Inc. Christy, J. L. Freytag, M. E. Capisle Properties, Inc. Kentreal Co. Angle, J. H. Von Gal, G. E., Jr. Freund, J. H. Dupont, I . Pfriem, E. M. Oresman, S. B. Lenhardt, AA. Lucas, W. B. Barbee, H., Jr. Godard, P. W. Capisle Investments, Inc. Miller, P. S. Garwood, D. Wright, E. B. Bidwill, C. W. Casuso, G. Arthur, AA. A. Good, AA. A. AAc Art, R. W. South Seas Plantation Dev. Co. Nelson, J. L. Cox, W. C , Jr. Garrett, J. G. Carpenter, T. W. Palaia, F. L., Jr. Foster, S. H. Trelex Corporation Droel, R. Poulin, R. L. Weiner, W. 1. Johnson, H. O. Brostus, J. H. Fozo, AA. L. Hanlon, G. F. O'Donnell, T. AA. Drissell, N. F. Clark, J. S. AAcLaughlin, J. C. Trammell, R. J., Jr. Sprenger, P. C. Kennedy, J. A. Kearns, J. W. Bierbaum, J. N. Burt, R. N. Haynsworth, W. F. Hess, W. H. AAcAAinn, R. W. Wade, S. V. Harrison, R. B., Jr. Singleterry, G. L. Garrett, S. J. Rudin, S. Davidson, S. A. Gorrondona, C. J. D L G Associates Carter, J. E. Kerl, J. K. Van Riper, D. S. O'Brien, G. P. Ham, L. G. Lewis, K. C. Godard, P. W. Palka, J. J. Hahn, J. F. Humes, E. C. Colquhoun, R. S. Nippert, R. A. Mincer, H. ,Owen, A. F. Me Leod, A. G. W. Schottenheimer, M. E. Bohm, R. J. Barry, A. G., Jr. Smith, L. M. Watts, J. A. Simon, S. Neuharth, L. F. Stephens, R. L. Hochhauser, G. C. Davidson, L. Isitsera, L. D. Sant, J. T. Lane, B. S. Webster. J. T. Gulf Federal S S L Assoc. Fleckenstein, W. O. Wineland, D. C. Adams, N. A. Perry, R. M. Gebhardt, R. F. Heidenreich, P. Klein, H. M. Bohn, W R. Smith, W. H., Jr. Acra, W. J. Gailys, J. Schulz, W. F. et al A & J Properties Bethea, J.S. Ill Barnell, C. 1. Bedford, B. P. Morrow, N. J. Nolan, R. L. Johnson, J. E. Balota, R. C. Besant, W. 1. Cressman, P. T. McVeigh, J. N. Ill Fennim'an, W. W. Wigal. W. C. 476074 Ontario Inc. Norman, P. S. Schmit, J. R. Morrison, R. M. Ihm, H. J. Stern, W. E. Monroe, P. R. Laurie, C. R., Jr. Yeager, F. M. Stephenson, G. E., Jr. Roberts, T. S. Watts, J. A. Klein, R. M. Hauske, T. J. Brust, B. A. Sting, D. W. Sailstad, C. A. Miller, W. C. Hughes, J. M. Waggener, A. A. Long, C. J. Sloot, A. Cox, W. C , Jr.

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Miller, D. A. Soule, J. C. Useman, H. I. Ryan, W. J. Pace, W. A. Watson, J. B. Kearney, R. W. Foechelli, J. D. Birk, R. F. Seethaler, J. R. St. Clair, D. E. McElroy, C. A. King, L. E. Sepe, W. R. Cauley, J. F., Jr. Pistorio, F. T. Reid, D. M. fisher-Shaunnessy Mgmt. Co. Kim, I. L. Stein, H. Fitzgibbon, E. G. Lawton, R. Rooksby, R. T. Burgess, J. M. Molnardi, M. E. Pollock, W. C. et al DAuria & Pullo Creighton, T. J. Turner, H. J. Ill Clark, G. J. Walker, M. E. Mathews. M. P. James, J. D. Duggan, J. P. Gaworowski, A. J. Cox, W. C. Scheer, S. C. Laipply, R. F. Maresca, F. J. et al Smith, D. G. Kesser, C. W. Perlowski, L. S. Blinkoff, M. M. J. J. J. G. Fund J. J. J. G. Fund Finn, E. L. Tragone, P. R. Geissler, H. E. Shea, J. E. James, J. D. Harris, J. M. Brand, H. Addona, A. Haptigan, I. G. S. Lockyear, J. Fowler, D. S. Butler, J. A. Morgan, H. C. Callahan, S. J. Daly, E. V. W Y M Partnership Cassidy, W. J. Cox, G. Bahn, M. M. Jeffrey, D. L. K. Darling, W. A. Barr, V. L., Jr. Chan, H. H. Band, R. T. Barnhart, R. G. Bailey, E. A. Hanley, C. S., Jr. • Melrose Displays, Inc. Kelly, M. F. Megalli, M. R. Abramson, S. I. Fischer, W. G. Ensley, F. L. Perlln, A. B. Mammel, C. FMF Realty Investors Co. Schreiber, S. Zicari, P. S. Herrmann, L. Daltner, J. T. Captiva Capital Group-I Vasta, S. Braune, J. L. Allison, J. C. Lee County Bank TR McMinn, D. A. Baker, P. M. McCurdy, G. G. N 8 P Properties South Seas Plantation Dev. Co Harris, B. L. Donovan, S. T. Schoettelkotte, J. W. Langbo, A. G. Steve Millard, Inc. Smith, J. H. Hass, P. D. Kearns, J. W. Dean, P. E. Walish, E. Waggener, A. A. Lee, J. K. T. Wells, E. W. Donker, D. W. March, R. E. Brigham, D. W. Seiton, B. S. Burrows, R. H. Little, R. V. Moore, D. B. Burg, M. B. Pasta House Company Mammel, C. G., Jr. Wing, E. G. Sidell, M. K. Waterston, J. R. Central Bank 8 Tr. Co. of Miami Penfield, H. Ball, L. C. Jason Craig Assoc, Inc. Pawlak, R. Fox, W. V. Fraser, D. W. Mudd, R. D. Kurfess, L. P. Lindsay, B. L. Godaro, P. W. Saha, S. K. Lowman, R. M., Jr. Pavelka, R. A. Blue Danube Properties, Ltd. Van Voorhis, J. R. Reid, D. M. True, A. C. South Seas Plantation Dev. Co Schmidt, R. W. Bandringa, E. J. Stuckl, E. Daw, S. S. Stone Crab Associates Haberman, A. Messina, C. Seidel, H.

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Neel, J. D." Humes, E. C. Pusso, J. J. Muratore, V. L. Kohnen, D. A. Yates, V. G. Wolenski, J. W. Laurie, C. R. Noll, C. H. Ewing. E. H. Boynton, L. W. Snadowsky, S. Burton, J. G. Laurie, C. R., Jr. Jackson, R. F. Carson, R. C. Register, F. D. Lee County Bank Trustee Deangelo, G. Russell, W. B. Kiesel, H. D. Malins, E. S. Sunny Bell Investments Berlet, F. Corson, W. A. Bowden, C. V. Slous. L. Bay Villa Partners Kerl, J. K. Walton, R. W. Land, R. Hellings, B. A. Godard, P. W. Szeto, Szeto S Thomas Invest. Gratz, V. L. Smoot, G. Bedford, B. P. Bowden, C. V. Vargas, F. Wilson, J. P. Hellings, B. A. Thrower, T. H. Worden, T. W. Hemeon, W. M. Hellings, B. A. Way, N. Gasser, R. C. Faust, R. E. Strauss, M. A. C. Pan American Bank Osborne Associates, Inc. Kopp, H. Adkins, J. R. Redlich, J. Magg, K. G. Bayer, G. E. Sounders, D. O. Niedermayr, P. E. Almouist, M. Voller, H. H. Artale, L. J. Wolfman Lef, Inc. MacPhail, R. B. Houston, J. E. Sharp, R. C. Bittner, J. T. Faulconer, L. Bickley, E. F., Jr. LeSage, P. A. Wood, R. B. Hageiiy, C. G. Spohn, M. Wolfe, A. L. Humpleby, E. A. Glowacki, F. W. Castagna, W. S. Sookup, J. Kelman, T. B. Pracht, F. W. Snadowsky, S. Plummer, R. E. Fiorillo, J. J. Bell, T. P. Janes, M. V. Lyon, J. A., Jr. Davis, D. D. Holloway, G. Blaufuss, W. V. Davis, D. D. Oblonsky, L. Merner, T. B. Blaufuss, F. L. South Seas Plantation Co Day, E. G. Kotsalis, P. N. Chapel By the Sea, Captiva Rosse, C. Jensen, R. W. Sunset Captiva Homeowners, Inc. Cohen, M. J. Lang, R. F. Bartlett, J. R. Pozzo, E. Storer-Schmidt Medical Corp. Noller, K. L. Hagen, J. S. Ill Watts, J. A. Country Curtains Realty Corp. Scala, A. C. Sachek, R. J. Shinner, J. J. Brown, W. A. Contemporary Prop., Inc. Ridgeway, J. L. Lybrook, P. H. Farrell, R. M. Greenberg, L. T. Bettcher, L. A. Mercadante, L. Jackson, R. E., Jr. Malach, R. J. Kuratek, R. Elliott, D. R. Young, R. F. Zashin, M. G. Leonard, L. H. Meyerson, R. Clark, V. A. Fata, L. J. Bettcher, L. A. Maude, D. E. Klingele, T. G. Beasley, R. D. Engelbrecht, C. Rosenberg, G. W. Jackson, L. Shipman, G. W. Vaughn, J. W. Herriges, R. P. Faulconer, D. R. Hardcastle, P. E. Kramer, R. F. Sunset Forty-Eight Partnership Petrini, R. R. Kelly, G. S. Hullar, G. C. Sunset Captiva Partnership Brown, T.

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Captiva Civic Assoc, Inc. 10.16 11.80 Bartholomew, R. Welebir, D. A. 13.44 11.48 Haggerty, B. M. 175.09 Hofschneider, L. 8.85 Markham, R. 149.19 Decker, W. F. 6.55 Madruga, C. L. 182.64 Schaeffer, B. J. 10.49 Vigne, C. R. 171.49 Home, L. 10.49 Garner, J. F. 10.49 Stice, M . 159.68 7.54 Williams, T. W. Romersa, H. J. 6.89 8.20 Riordan, R. L. Bornhorst, D. J. 11.15 7.21 Schneider, R. J. Hedley. M . P. 11.80 10.82 Holtz, M. H., Jr. Farrington, W. 1. 8.20 10.49 McDowell, N. Bates, J. F. 150.82 10.49 Harmer, H. F.. Jr. Hemphill. R. T. 10.49 10.49 Buehler Foods, Inc. Loomis, T. H. 11.15 10.49 Holloway, B. W., Sr. Brubaker. K. L. 154.11 10.49 Solfisburg, R. J., Ill Smiley, R. 147.55 10.49 Zwick, J. Fischer, D. S. 147.55 10.49 Bellis, Inc. Conway, P. 109.19 10.49 Huvelle, M. Murphy, J. F. 144.27 10.49 Meyner, R. Breda, W. 119.68 10.49 Hunt, W. F. Manning, H. R. 9.18 11.48 Meyner, R. B. Morris, S. 10.82 7.21 Friedmonn, E. McCord, M. W., Jr. 9.18 10.49 Loomis, V. G. Gallup, B. S. 142.63 7.21 Junes, D. L., II Lippi, A. F., Ill 148.54 10.49 Elting, M. H. Salain. J. 145.26 10.49 Rudolph, C. F., Jr. Bashaw, D. 7.21 10.82 Fitzhugh, H. Manderscheid, R. 143.61 7.87 Repogle, C. F. Blank. A. H. 9.18 94.11 Wright, L. A. McDonald, E. D. 8.85 12.46 Duncan, T. I. Brinson, M. G. 10.49 108.86 Carter, J. A. Johnson, B. 10.16 159.03 Wakefield, J. T. Barnes, J. R. 5.25 158.04 Allin, H. S. Schaeffer, B. J. 5.25 175.75 Mosley, L. Hedley, M. P. 99.68 152.14 Eldridge, B. B. Burgher, P. H. 141.65 188.54 Captiva Gulf Way Moree, E. B. 158.04 184.28 MacMurray, F. G. Jensen, B. 161.65 187.88 Kleinhas, R. C. Jensen, R. W. 125.26 117.71 Pigott, J. C. 157.71 Robb, D. V. 191.82 Stanton, E. N. Chapel By The Sea, Captiva 174.44 81.97 Manderscheid, R. P. 154.77 Kalman, A. R. 1812.92 Orwig, D. C. 124.93 Rochester Realty Corp. 95.42 Turner. H. M . 158.37 Marini, N. J. 95.74 Wagners, L. E. 157.39 White, W. A. 94.11 Weil, S. S. 125.88 Anderson, S. A., Ill 11.48 Harwood, J. E. 142.96 Stranahan, A. A. 95.42 Kaiser, H. A . 188.87 Dunham, S. W. 95.09 Lynch, B. A.. Jr. 10.16 Watkins S. P. 77.05 Cabiness, D. S. 158.04 Tuttle, G. A., Jr. 113.11 Riley, W. 99.35 Dudek, M . A. 156.08 92.79 Whittemore, C. C. Stegeman, J. L. 141.98 78.69 Reddy, M. J. Sims, S. M . 125.58 103.61 Baldwin, A. R. Swift, S. T. 3.61 98.37 Howard, H. H. Connelly, W. E. 6.23 91.48 Pettus, G. T. Burner, D. F., Jr. 174.44 94.76 Bancroft, G. Dickey, H. S. 125.26 94.76 Dornan, F. Kalman, M. D. 210.51 71.48 Rogers, E. B. Dickey, D. D. 159.68 86.89 Rodgers, E. B. Kalman, M. D. 96.07 94.43 Schwab, P., Jr. Dickey, D. D. 165.50 94.76 Cherbonnier, A. Scott, M. D. 125.26 74.43 Maxwell, L. C. Johnson, M. M. 214.11 10.82 Wise, I. D. Yates, V. G. 121.98 10.82 Johnston, H. Brinson, M. G. 125.58 10.49 Holland, H. Moran, N. E. 157.06 10.49 Stone, A. L. Cannon, M. W. 156.40 10.49 Wikner, R. J. Hesberger, D. K. 140.99 10.49 Lichtenstein, R. F. M V P General Part. 120.66 10.49 Johnston, G F., Jr. McGrath, R. F. 227.23 10.49 Snyder, A. D. Rollow, T. A 114 76 10.82 Snyder, A. Aigler, W. F 115.09 10.49 Haggerty, B. M Partridge, D F. 96.40 67.55 Kalman, A. R. Armenia, J 114.76 67.55 O'Brien, J. E. Eterna Real Estate, Inc. 74.43 67.55 Burr, J. T. Pizzicarola, A. 95.74 67.55 Ross, J. B. Relyea. K. D. 95.09 67.55 Thompson, J. R. Armenia, L. 12.46 67.55 Thompson, J. R. Cassavell, E. 84.92 67.55 Ellis, W. B , Jr. 86.56 Bergen. W. 63.61 Maccia, E. S. 11.48 Eschert, E. 63.61 Hayford, J. C. 11.15 Bass, R. S., Jr. 63.61 Loomis, C. H. 11.15 Hardy, J. S 63.61 Hislop, C. 12.13 Costello, R. D. 63.61 Smith, A. F. 106.24 Waugh, S. L. 63.61 Bruning, C. 69.84 Tecklenburg, H 63.61 Hayford, J. F., II 98.04 Conroy, M. F. 63.61 Croft, A. B. 98.04 Broff, R. D. 63.61 Foote, E. T. 98 36 Hardy, J. S. 63.61 Ross, L. G. 90.83 Lium, J. D. 63.61 McCulloch. O. 8.85 Kirnin, Inc. 5.25 63.61 Paschall, L. Rudd. A. PA 7.21 63.61 Shelby Radiological Assoc, Schwerdt, R. F. 10.82 63.61 Oiling, E. H. Zeigler, K. T. 10.82 63.61 Oiling, E. H. Manby, B. 10.49 63.61 Wilson, J. P. Lamb, G. 10.82 63.61 Damon, A. W., Jr. S S L Investment Co. 11 12.13 63.61 Conte, M. J. Steier, M. E. 11.15 63.61 Oschwald, A. V. Simon, R. P. 8.20 63.61 Cover, R. L. Reganix 13.12 63.61 Henderson, B. J. Berghoff, H. J. 10.82 10.49 Eddy, H. P., Jr. Rhodes, D. A. 4.26 MacKenzie, W. J.. Jr. Blank, E. M. 12.79 10.49 Hulings, A. D. Fluharty, G. A. 12.13 10.49 Hulings, A. D. Decker, W. F. 11.80 10 49 Andersen, F. C. Maresca, F. J. 141.32 10 49 Carver, V. P. Bellis, W. B., Sr. 141.32 VanderMaazen, W. M. 203 Sunset Captiva Bayfront Partnership 170.43 10.49 Hollzman. D. B 120.01 10.49 Terning Point of Captiva Castimore, E. 141.32 10 82 O Connor, M. N. Ropet, Inc. 137.71 10.82 Smith, E. G. Pumasillo, N. A. 157.39 12.79 Weston. J. J., Jr. Jones, D. L.. II 174.11 4.26 Weston, J. J.. Jr. Elting, M. H. 157.39 4.59 Smith, L. M. Fitzhugh, J. D. 132.79 4.59 Johnston, C. R. Replogle, C. F. 141 32 7.21 MacKenzie, W., Jr. Fitzhugh, J D. 159.68 13.44 Kaemmer, A. Carter, J. A. 175 75 12.79 Andersen. K. B. Wakefield, J. T. 157.39 12.46 Andersen, K B. Bowen, S. R. 108 20 10.82 VanderMaazen, W. M. Mosley L. 338 39 10.82 Oden Enterprises Eldndge, B B. 7 116 31 7 54 Rosner. J. Lunch, B A . Jr. 11.15 Hoen E W B Riley, W. 11 80 Lee County Webb D V. 3 61 Lee County Road Parcels Pettus G T

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Police find six-plus pounds of cocaine, arrest Naples man at Sundial resort By CINDY CHALMERS

Police Department indicates Collier County records say Sakran was arrested by Collier authorities in August 1985 for smuggling drugs into the Collier County Jail. He was released on $5,000 bond in that incident. The state attorney later dismissed the case. Sakran is employed as a jeweler at Carol's Jewelry Treasures in Naples. The SPD is continuing its investigation of the Sundial incident.

A Naples man was arrested for possession of and trafficking in cocaine at Sundial resort late Saturday night, Jan. 18. Police reportedly found three kilos (6.6 pounds) of cocaine in a room at the resort occupied by Raymond Sakran Jr., 27, of 4321 27th Court SW, Naples. A press release from the Sanibel

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on how the CCC received the document. Hofschneider said the board would discuss this computer run after the new commissioners "catch up" on the issues. Three commissioners attended their first official meeting in December, and a fourth commissioner was appointed to the board in January.

POLICE BEAT All information in the following reports was taken directly from Sanibel Police Department records.

Police investigated the theft of some construction equipment from a site at the corner of Tarpon Bay Road and West Gulf Drive early Friday morning, Jan. 10. A large wheel pully and 100 feet of 3/4-inch rope were taken sometime between 5 p.m. Jan. 9 and 7 a.m. Jan. 10. Value of the items was estimated at $240.

The fifth computer run takes into account changes agreed upon by the A Mockingbird Drive woman previous board, including raising commercial assessments based on a traffic reported a bicycle had been taken from survey, and raising the county's the school bus stop on Dixie Beach assessment by charging it for property Boulevard at Bunting Lane late Friday along Captiva Road in zone three. afternoon, Jan. 10. The three-speed girl's bike was yellow and had chrome

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fenders and a wire basket. It was valued at $25. Police checked the area near Trowbridge Apartments on Periwinkle Way around 4:50 p.m. Friday, Jan. io, after a nearby resident reported someone was shooting off fireworks in the area. Police found no one suspicious, however. $50 in coins was reported stolen from a vending maching at Tracy's Car Wash early Monday morning, Jan. 13. A Calcutta, Ohio, woman reported she had lost her purse in the beach parking lot at the Sanibel Lighthouse just after 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14. The woman told police she had left her purse beside her car and driven off. When she returned the purse was gone. It contained $70 cash. A North Fort Myers man was arrested for driving under the influence

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after he was stopped on SanibelCaptiva Road just after 9 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14. William Greer, 62, of 232 Gazelle Drive, North Fort Myers, was taken to Lee County Jail. An Elgin, 111., man was arrested for driving under the influence after he was stopped on Causeway Road around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 15. Steven Kellenberger, 22, of 869 Orange St., Elgin, 111., was taken to Lee County Jail. A Sanibel woman reported her 8-year-old son had found his bicycle hanging upside down from a tree limb at his school bus stop on Nerita Street Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 15. The mother said it was the third time such incidents had taken place in the past two months. Police agreed to watch the bus stop carefully.

An Arlington, Vt., man and his wife lost $500 in cash, various articles of clothing, camera equipment and jewelry when their car was broken into while it was parked in the Trost beach access parking lot off Tarpon Bay Road between 12:15 and 1:45 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16. Total value of the missing items was estimated at $2,390. An Alton, Fla., woman told police she had lost her purse somewhere on Sanibel during the day Thursday, Jan. 16. The purse contained $70 cash, travelers checks and credit cards. A Fort Myers man and his Biberach, Germany, companion reported their car was broken into while parked at the Lighthouse beach between noon and 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16. A purse and a wallet were taken from the lock-

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set up in the woods near the water plant on Sanibel-Captiva Road early Friday morning, Jan. 17. Inside the tend officers found several pieces of paper bearing the name "James R. Brown." They checked several spots on the Island but no one had heard of Brown. They decided to check the tent periodically to see if anyone was living in it. During the week that ended Friday morning, Jan. 17, Sanibel police issued one citation to a driver for failure to yield and one for driving with a suspended license

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Goss says restricted bridge openings might go into effect later this year By BARBARA BRUNDAGE

Odds that the drawbridge on the Sanibel Causeway will be closed to boat traffic between 3:45 and 5:15 p.m. daily are up. County Commission Chairman Porter Goss said this week. A request that during this lVhour period the bridge will be opened for boats on signal only at 4:15 and 4-45 p.m. has been sent to the U.S. Coast Guard in Miami. But a decision probably will not be made for at least two months because~a~notice to mariners must be published in the Federal Register, followed by a 30-day period for public input. Goss explained. For more than two years the Sanibel City Council has urged the county to seek scheduled openings of the Causeway lift span. Frequent openings of the bridge contribute to traffic tie-ups on the Island, especially during the busy winter tourist season. In September 1984 the Coast Guard turned down the county's request for timed openings of the bridge. The reason given by Coast Guard Capt. A.R. Larzeleere was that the traffic count indicated that bridge openings cause only "minor disruptions to land transportation." The county staff then amended the request and asked for a scheduled opening period from 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday, Goss said, "Apparently reasoning a half a loaf was better than none." The city of Sanibel viewed this concession s a step in the right direction that didn't go far enough. The council enlisted the help of Goss and the County Commission to urge the Coast Guard to extend the restriction through weekends and holidays, especially during the winter season. Goss said this week that a review of traffic data shows strong statistical support for expanding the scheduled opening period from 3:45 to 5.15 p m. daily. Goss said he has asked county staff to compile upto-date information on the traffic count during March, the base monnth that was used previously •• I think we have a strong case to persuade the Coast Guard that we are talking about considerably

The county commissioner also said that within 30 days the county will hold public hearings on changes in the Causeway toll system.

more than minor disruption to land transportation," Goss said. Without further information, he added, there is not much chance that the Coast Guard would consider timed closings in the morning hours. But in a letter to Sanibel Mayor Louise Johnson, Goss promised to pursue the matter "until we a little closer to what we really need." He also said the county is moving closer to a positive program for financing the Causeway. Within 30 days the council will hold public hearings on a proposal to increase the bridge tolls and change the commuter book system. He said the county has abandoned the idea of replacing ticket books with an automatic vehicle identification. The most favored mode appears to be a combination of a ticket book and a windshield identification sticker. The tickets would be valid only when used for vehicles with the same identification sticker. "We're trying to work out the problem of families that have two or more cars so that more than one sticker would be valid with each ticket book," he said. Goss also clarified the county's proposal to pledge toll revenues from the Sanibel Causeway and the Cape Coral bridge to serve as collateral for financing the proposed new midpoint bridge in Cape Coral "No monies from Sanibel Causeway tolls will be diverted to finance a new bridge, he said. Nor is there is any intention of establishihg a bridge authority, he emphasized, adding, "What is proposed will have no impact whatsoever on the people of Sanibel or Captiva."

Council finds catch in variance appeal process under new Land Development Code standards By BARBARA BRUNDAGE

The first hearing of an appeal of a variance denial under the newLand Development Code procedure bogged down two weeks ago when city councilmen discovered the new rules left them no alternative but to uphold the Planning Commission decision. "I have a problem in accepting a policy whereby the council cannot grant relief," Councilman Fred Valtin said. The case in point was a decorative wall constructed in front of realtor John Naumann's new office at 2427 Periwinkle Way. The wall encroaches three feet further into the setback from the street than the original wall and was constructed without city permits. The Planning Commission on Dec. 10 denied Xaumann's request for a variance to permit the wall. The commission had no other recourse because the request did not comply with the seven cntena the code requires for variance

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approval. The commissioners agreed that the wall was esthetically an improvement, but this was offset by the facts that it increases the setback non-conformity and that the same effect could have been achieved within the limitation of the new code. Naumann exercised his right to appeal the decision to the council. At the Jan. 7 hearing City Attorney David La Croix emphasized that without commission recommendation, the council as a quasi-judicial body could only determine whether the commission had acted correctly in applying the criteria. The council could not fault the c o m m i s s i o n ' s h a n d l i n g of Naumann's application. Valtin and Councilman Bill Hagerup said it would be practically impossible for any single application to comply with all seven criteria. No one will be able to g e t a v a r i a n c e , t h e y maintained Hagerup suggested that the

council readdress the criteria and modify them so the relief that was implied during the LDC hearings would be available. During those discussions objections to regulations being too strict had been countered with the promise that, "You can always get a variance." Mayor Louise Johnson said action to change the criteria after only one hearing was premature. She disagreed with her colleagues that Naumann's case should be deferred until the c r i t e r i a are reexamined. Hagerup's motion to continue Naumann's appeal hearing until a decison is made on the criteria passed by a 4-1 vote with Johnson dissenting. La Croix pointed out that the criteria for variance approval was the same as that used by most communities and is sanctioned by the courts. At her colleagues' insistence Johnson agreed to take another look at the variance criteria.

By BARBARA BRUNDAGE

Planning commissioners listened with their hearts last week when they approved a variance to permit a swimming pool at the Shell Harbor home of a 10-year-old boy who has cerebral palsy. Despite their resolve to remove emotion from their deliberations of variance requests, the commissioners were touched by Joe and Joan Burns' account of their struggle to care for their son, Brian, who cannot stand alone and is confined to a wheelchair. The 20x35-foot swimming pool with a concrete deck and screen enclosure is needed for Brian's hydrotherapy treatments. But it will exceed the permitted coverage on the Conch Court lot by 230-square-feet. City planners reported that the pool could be installed in compliance with Land Development Code standards if the Burnses removed the exisiting concrete patio dock, slab and driveway. But Joe Burns said the dock patio is needed to provide access to their boat, one of the few recreational activities Brian can enjoy with the family. And the pool cannot be any smaller and still accommodate a wheelchair lift. Brian, who attends public school, needs a concrete driveway to navigate his wheelchair to get on the school bus. Joe Burns said his efforts to purchase land from an adjoining lot failed. Burns said he had waited seven months until the new LDC was adopted to apply for the variance planners said he would need to install the pool. "I think my application complies with all seven of the criteria for approval," he told the commission. Beverly Myers Grady, the commission's legal counsel, warned that the criteria must apply to land use and not human need. David Spoehr, one of Burnses'

"I'm not sure that what we've done is legal." Lennart Lorenson Commission chairman "Who the hell cares?" Urban Palmer Shell Harbor homeowner

neighbors, told the commission that "If there is any meaning to the hardship concept (for a variance) it applies here." Urban Palmer said he had watched the Burns trying to cope for the past seven months. Fighting back tears, Palmer asked the commission to "never mind all the red tape... and find it in your hearts to let this boy have a pool." Some commissioners argued they had no authority to grant the variance and considered making a strong recommendation that the City Council consider approving it under less strict guidelines. But Commissioner Jerry Muench persuaded his colleagues that the Burns case fit the criteria on the basis of land use and not emotion. His motion to grant the v a r i a n c e passed unanimously and brought applause from the audience, many of whom were in tears. Commission Chairman Lennart Lorenson's comment that, "I'm not sure that what we've done is legal," brought a succinct response from Palmer, "Who the hell cares?"

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Sanibel Marina plans deemed repairs, not structural changes By BARBARA BRUNDAGE

The Planning Commission interpretation that repairs to seawalls and the boat launch ramp proposed at Sanibel Marina are not structural changes paves the way for new owner Myton Ireland to start phase one of his renovation of the 30-year-old boating landmark. Ireland told the commissioners last Tuesday that he had already made an application to change the marina's zoning to Special Use District. The marina been a non-conforming commercial use in a residential zone since Sanibel was incorporated. Under CLUP and the new Land Development Code a non-conforming use cannot be enlarged or structurally altered except to eliminate or reduce the non-conformity. Repairs are permitted under LDC regulations, however. Repairs Ireland wants to make immediately include shoring up two deteriorating seawalls and replacing a crumbling boat launch ramp. The planning staff interpreted these improvements as structural alterations. Planning Director Bruce Rogers recommended that Ireland wait until Special Use District zoning is approved

and all the renovations can be done legally. But Ireland feared the rezoning process would take at least six months, and he said he wanted to get on with repairs of the facility that are long overdue. Boaters and fishermen, including two members of the city's Marine Advisory Board, urged the commission to rule in Ireland's favor. They pointed out that the marina provides deepwater access to the Island and will be of vital importance in the event that a storm destroys the Causeway. After a prolonged discussion of the nuances of the meaning olf the phrase "structually altered," the commission voted 6-1 that Ireland's proposed improvements constituted repairs. Commission Chairman Lennart Lorenson, the lone dissenter, said he preferred that the renovations be delayed until the zoning change is approved. When Ireland protested that he had no assurance the Special Use District would be approved, Lorenson said he could "almost guarantee a favorable recommendation from this body." The final decision lies with the City Council.

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Cityside The Planning Commission last Tuesday approved the FIRST TEMPORARY USE PERMIT (TUP) as provided for in the new Land Development Code. The permit will allow a sales office in a model home in Periwinkle Pines, a 23-unit residential development on Periwinkle Way east of Dunlop Road. Developer William Letentre can use an existing dwelling unit near the Periwinkle Way entrance of the project as a temporary sales office until March 28. After that date the sales office will be in a model home now under construction near the Dunlop Road entrance. But the sales office cannot begin operation until the commission adopts a resolution formally approving the permit at its Jan. 28 meeting. Planning Commission action on Byron Robert's request for a DEVELOPMENT PERMIT TO CONSTRUCT A 64-FOOT DOCK AND BOATLIFT extending 11 feet into a tidal canal was continued last Tuesday until the Jan. 28 meeting. Carl Biebel, contractor for the dock, agreed to amend the application by shortening the dock and

Code regulations if he did not pull a development permit before the code was adopted. Goodman applied for the permit on Dec. 19, 1985 three weeks after the code went into effect. Last week he told the commission that had he known his plans night be affected by new regulations, he could have applied for the permit on Nov. 21, when he received assurance from Lee County Health Department that his existing septic system was adequate to service his two-bedroom, two-bath home. But under stricter LDC waste water disposal standards this might not be the case. The code says Goodman's new room, though not designed for sleeping, is capable of being closed off from the main dwelling structure and should be treated as a "bedroom." Assistant Planning Director Ken Pfalzer said he was not sure whether the existing septic system would be adequate for a three-bedroom home. Goodman said he had waited seven months to begin construction of the extra space needed for his son,

CITY BRIEFS relocating the lift shoreward to minimize the intrusion into the navigable waterway. But because of time constraints the commissioners agreed that dredging of the canal bottom to provide a 4.5-foot water depth at low tide could be started before the development permit is issed. Commissioners complained that without standards for docks in the LDC it is difficult to determine what is acceptable. Planning Director Bruce Rogers said his staff is working to correct this oversight. Arnold Goodman wanted to know last week why the PLANNING DEPARTMENT DID NOT NOTIFY HIM his plans to add a den-office to his Casa Ybel Road home would have to comply with Land Development

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Variances to permit TWO NEW MULTI-FAMILY STRUCTURES on East Gulf Drive to be built only 10 feet from the side property lines and to permit the buildings to exceed the 45-foot height limitation squeaked through the Planning Commission last Tuesday. Attorney Richard Brodeur, representing developer Jerry Marek, called the requests "the classic variance case." The configuration and size of the building sites between Loggerhead Cay and the Sanibel Beach Club, both long narrow parcels bordering the Gulf of Mexico, are such that they cannot be developed in compliance with Land Development Code standards that require 15-foot side setbacks, Brodeur explained. The variances for both buildings to exceed the height limitations are necessary because the minimum flood elevations at that location were raised from 12 to 15 feet last October. Because of this, the elevator shaft will be 47 feet high. The staff recommended this variance be permitted with the condition that the shafts be hidden by the roofs of the buildings. Islander Paul Howe strongly objected to the city s relaxing the height requirement which was originally set to prevent Sanibel from becoming "another Fort Myers Beach." He asked the commission to reconsider and hold the line on maximum height. Commission Chairman Lennart Lorenson, who has upheld the height limitation in the past, said because of the state law that regulates the height of elevator shafts he would support this variance. His motion to approve all four variances passed by a 4-3 vote with commissioners Bill Read, Penny Rogers and Bill Webb dissenting.

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The SUCCESS OF THE TIMBERS RESTAURANT has created problems for proprietor Matt Asen. Asen told the Planning Commission last week he is running out of space to refrigerate the fresh fish required to satisfy his hungry customers during the winter season. During a $25,000 remodeling of the restaurant's kitchen last fall, Asen removed six seats in the dining room to make room for additional refrigerators. But he said that is not enough, and now he wants to install a 100-square-foot walk-in cooler on the north side of the restaurant. But this addition will exceed the floor area ratio and developed area of the Timbers Court shopping center which are already over the limits allowed under the new Land Development Code. A suggestion from city planners that he remove more seats is not possible, Asen said, because he needs a minimum of 150 seats to qualify for a liquor license. Because Asen's application for a variance could not comply with all seven criteria for approval, the commission could not legally grant his request. But the commissioners saw merit in permitting the improvement and recommended that the City Council consider approving the variance using a different set of standards. The motion to leave the decision to the council passed by a 6-1 vote with Commission Chairman Lennart Lorenson dissenting.

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NEW LISTING! 893 Limpet Drive - Sailor's dream, direct access canal. SHELL HARBOR - This home features three bedrooms, two baths plus large screened lanai. Spacious kitchen with eat-in area to please any homemaker. Well planned nature landscaping including computer zoned sprinkler system. Seawalled patio-dock and davits on wide, deep canal. Beautiful home excellent value at $267,500. Call for appointment. Milt Reik, REALTOR-Associate. After hours 472-2910. GULF FRONT - You'd better move quickly if you are interested in this delightful three bedroom, two and one half bath home in CHATEAU SUR MER. Quality constructed in 1983 including vaulted ceiling and atrium in great room and a fantastic kitchen for the gourmet cook. Completely furnished. $680,000. Contact Mike Long, BROKER-Salesman. After hours, 472-4201.

SANDDOLLAR DRIVE offers three bedrooms all with walk-in closets, living room and dining area, great kitchen and family room combination, plus fantastic lanai and pool area, boat dock at canal. $249,500. Call for appointment. 472-4000.

LAKESIDE VILLAS - Three bedrooms, two baths - one-half DUPLEX on a large corner lot. Close to all of the Dunes' amenities. Call today for an appointment. Dave Putzel, BROKER-Salesman. After hours, 472-9688.

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BOOK REVIEW By Donald Scott

Book elaborates on 'devasating' thesis about Soviet Communism How Democracies Perish by Jean-Francois Revel Doubleday and Company, Inc. New York, 376 pp. This serious book is devastating, yet I could not put it down. Its basic thesis is that Soviet Communism is not just an economic system, but that it is a political system with a long-range plan for world domination — a plan with many strategies. Author Revel feels the resistance of the Western democracies has been inadequate, and that they are losing the battle which in the final analysis is not just economic (trade) but is also territorial (Poland and Afghanistan). One internal aspect aiding the Soviets is a secure base: no congressional debates about budget priorities — the military gets what it wants off the top; no cost-oMiving problems — the civilian population lives in a state of "controlled scarcity"; no civil rights issues — the "establishment" lives in secure and separate luxury — the others scratch. And externally, the Soviet posture is always aggressive — on the attack and demanding. There might be a pause, the author feels, but not a retreat. Rarely is there an exclusion as in Egypt, Grenada or Cuba. This latter was was so conspicuous that it put Khrushchev on the skids to retirement. But note that in exchange the United States agreed to take its missiles out of Turkey and not interfere with Castro, whereas the USSR after backing down was still where it had been before. Still on the territorial theme, the author details Communist aggression on several other fronts and remarks on the West's response — a response he sees as severely lacking or nonexistent. He includes South Korea, the Berlin Wall, South Vietnam, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Poland. In the economic arena, the author cites the gas pipeline from Siberia to Europe. This was financed by below market interest loans and built by slave labor. It encouraged Europe to be dependent on USSR energy, not withstanding substantial gas reserves in northern Europe. The development of the USSR reserves freed oil for the army and equally important for export to earn hard currency. The US embargo on heavy equipment opened the market to European and Japanese products. President Jimmy Carter was concerned about "human rights" abuses in violation of the Helsinki Accords. He also embargoed grain — a market the Argentine and others were glad to fill. In the foregoing we see the fear of loss of business or market, a fear that in a democracy quickly translates to votes. ** Another theme to which democracies are vulnerable is peace. The USSR is a master Please see BOOK, next page

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Why buy when you can rent? Chip Hoffman hopes Islanders will see it that way when it comes to various tools and equipnnent Chip Hoffman might have a few questions for Islanders in the near future. For instance: • If you can fix something yourself, and tools are available, why hire someone else to do the work for what could be a substantial amount of money? • When you want to complete a carpentry or gardening job, why go out and buy a lot of expensive equipment you already own up north?. • If you need one specific tool for one specific project and you don't think you'll ever use it again, why buy it? • If you need to rent almost anything, why go off-Island to get it? Hoffman's new business, Island

Equipment Rental, opened last week behind Nave Plumbing at Sanibel Square. His is the only equipment rental business on Sanibel. He rents big items and small items, and things for the average homeowner and even heavy equipment for contractors. On the most simple level, Hoffman has stocked common hammers and screwdrivers. But he also has pumps, sanders, chain saws and other power tools. And on an even higher level, he has chosen to stock gas-operated post hole diggers, a front end loader, a ditch digger, a demolition hammer and generators large and small. He also has banquet tables, cribs, roller beds and bicycles for

rent. "We are trying to fit a lot of needs," Hoffman says. "We are starting small, in that we won't have three of everything. But we are trying to get a broad selection of equipment and tools so we can be of service to the Island." And he wants to get feedback from Islanders to see what else they might need to rent. "If someone is looking for something and they don't see it here, or if they think they may need something in the future, they should let us know," he says. "We're here as a service for Islanders, so we need to know what t h e y need."

Cliff Hoffmann is surrounded by many of the items his new business offers for rent. Photo by David Dugatkin.

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at offering negotiations for peace in a format that requires the West to give up something as the price of coming to the table (United States must postpone Pershing missiles or foreswear neutron bombs). It is very difficult for an elected official in the West to refuse to "negotiate" about peace and hold his consti> tuency. The ultimate is where, as in the case of Afghanistan, peace cannot be considered until the West withdraws its "support of native aggression" which Russia says caused it to invade in "self-defense." The author believes Kissinger, as secretary of state, had a good fix on the situation; success would require negotiation balanced with confrontation — ceaseless negotiation and vigilant resistance to every USSR attempt at expansion. This exercise would go on forever because the

USSR will never stop pushing. There is never acceptance of a status quo. Always the pressure is on, with moves to destabilize. Every Soviet leader since Lenin is quoted on this theme. Attention is given to the myth of the "new" premier and now "the climate will change." The author concludes that to reverse the trend will require that Soviet expansionism be stopped and the USSR end its expansionist policy. This will require discipline by Western political leaders and the electorate, willingness to lose sales and spill blood, determination to recapture the initiative, to insist on USSR concessions as a condition to negotiations. In chess terms, to play the white pieces — to move first. Unsettlement in the Middle East offers the greatest USSR opportunity to win all at a single stroke. Already well-established in South

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The Cooperating Brokers of Sanibel and Captiva, Inc., has been accepted as a member of the National and State Associations of Realtors. The announcement was made last week by Thomas Brown, president of the Sanibel and Captiva Islands Board of Realtors, Inc. The Island board has opened an office at 1633-H Periwinkle Way for coordination of its activities. Based on the number of individuals engaged in the real estate profession on both Islands, it is expected the membership will include approximately 30 realtors and 175 realtor-associates. The National Association of Realtors is the largest trade organization in the country with 700,000 members nationwide. Qualifications for membership in the board require adherence to its code of ethics, experience and professionalism. This newly-formed board is the 88th board of realtors chartered in Florida and was formerly the Cooperating Brokers of Sanibel and Captiva, an organization founded in 1982. All licensed brokers and associates on both Islands are eligible to apply for membership. One of the benefits of the organization will be educa-

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The recipients of the 1985 Million Dollar Club awards at John Naumann and Associates, Inc., were announced last week. Scott Naumann, broker salesman, is the only member of the Five Million Dollar Club. Joan Joyce, broker sales, is a member of the Four Million Dollar Club. G.G. Robideau, realtor associate, and Karl Shank, are members of the Three Million Dollar Club. Rose Gibney, broker salesman; Mary Lou Traucht,

I am in mind of the bard of Yankee Stadium who said, "It's deja vu all over again". Donald Scott has lived on Sanibel for the past two years. Prior to moving to the Island he worked for 30 years in the banking industry. He spent 25 years with Chase Manhattan Sank in New York City, dividing his time between commercial banking and corporate staff. Scott's educational background includes a bachelor's degree Jn .economics from Princeton and a master's in business administration from New York University. He resides on Sanibel wHh his wife, Florence.

realtor associate; and Dan Cohn, realtor associate; are members of the Two Million Dollar Club. And Glenn Carretta, realtor associate; Kyle Collins, broker salesman; Carl Deremo, realtor associate; Trudy Deremo, realtor associate; Pam Pfahler, broker salesman; and Debbie Weinstock, realtor associate; are members of the One Million Dollar Club.

Upper Captiva club honored as residential resort of the year Safety Harbor Club on Upper Captiva Island has been selected as the Residential Resort of the Year by Andrew Harper's Hideaway Resort. Charles Carroll, president of Safety Harbor Corp.,

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raffle of Spanish coin Nearly 100 members and guests of the SanibelCaptiva chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons heard Richard Berlick of PaineWebber discuss investment strategy for 1986 at the Jan. 10 meeting. Also at the meeting a raffle was held for the silver Spanish doubloon from a 1715 shipwreck off the coast of Florida. The coin was donated for the raffle by Island resident Don Anderson. The lucky winner was Sanibel resident Jack Harrington. The AARP 55-Alive defensive driving course will be held this Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 22 and 23, at St. Isabel Catholic Church on Sanibel. For more information call 472-5517. The next meeting of the chapter will be held Friday, Feb. 21.

Christmas tree sale raises $10,000 for Lions Several out-of-state visitors and three from the South Fort Myers club attended the regular meeting of the Sanibel-Captiva Lions Club last Wednesday, Jan. 15, at the Sanibel Community Association. Lion Bob Louwers reported a net profit of more than $10,000 was made on the 1985 Christmas tree sale.

Plans are underway to make several sizable donations to various charities. Visiting district governor from Wisconsin made a plea for greater support for the • Leader Dog School in Michigan, which supplies guide dogs for the blind in Florida. Lion Jack Valentine reported on the active sale of raffle tickets for the 1967 Mercedes Benz coup. Lion Lynn Spoehr reported all spaces have been rented for the craft fair coming up Feb. 1-2. President Francis Bailey reminded members that the regional meeting is set for Feb. 2 in Sebring, Fla. The next regular meeting of the Island club will be held at 6:30 p.m. next Wednesday, Jan. 29, at the Sanibel Community Association. Because of the Sanibel Shell Fair, Club meeting is March will be held on the 19th and 26th. New members inducted at last week's meeting were Jack Valentine, Len Wood, Mark Anderson, George Kohlbrenner Jr., Dick Pohl, Dave Arnold and Bob Granzow.

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secretary; Fred Glazer, finance; Joseph Ebright, for Feb. 15-16 craft fair communications; Richard Angle, carrer candidate; 93 members and guests enjoyed breakfast at the Ramona Ferguson, materials; Helen Agnello, inforregular meeting of the Sanibel-Captiva Rotary Club mation systems; and Bob Kesseler, aids to navigation. last Friday. A banner was exchanged with Maine The new officers were sworn in by Mike McMahon. visitor Dick Leighton. Don Jones presented special awards for outstanding The first-place lottery prize went to snowbird Dick service to Robert More, Harold Schuyler, Joe Ebright, Richardson. Second place went to member John Ted Paget, Norm Gitlitz, Bob Frabell, Steve Mark, Nicholson. Ruth Purdo, Fred Glazer, Sid Adler, Frank Hopp, Bob Guest speaker for the morning was Sanibel resident Kesseler, John Cullen, Dick Tull, Phyllis Gitlitz and Dr. Bill Webb. He talked about rain and water on Ed Wall. Sanibel and various theories about hydrology. A pennant was presented to Alfred duMoulin, imGeorge Brauch announced 96 booths have been mediate past flotilla commander. rented for the Feb. 15-16 craft fair at the Sanibel Community Association. The club had expected to rent only 90 booths, Brauch said.

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ISLAND GUIDE •Banks •Beaches •Biking •Camping •Churches •Clubs •Courts and courses • Doctors •Banks BANK OF THE ISLANDS MAIN OFFICE 1699 PERIWINKLE WAY 472-4141 Open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday. Drive-in window open 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday. Closed Saturday and Sunday.

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Call (813) 472-1556 for a n a p p o i n t m e n t to discover the perfect g e t - a w a y . . . a place that leaves t h e rest of the world behind.

BANK OF THE ISLANDS BRANCH OFFICE BAILEY'S SHOPPING CENTER 472-5173 Open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday; 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. Closed Sunday. BANK OF THE ISLANDS CAPTIVA BRANCH 472-3212 Open 9 am. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday. Closed Saturday and Sunday. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN PALM RIDGE ROAD AND FLORENCE STREET SANIBEL 472-1537 Open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday. Closed weekends. FIRST INDEPENDENCE BANK 2245 PALM RIDGE ROAD 3 STAR CENTER SANIBEL 472-1314 Open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Friday. Closed Saturday and Sunday.

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GULF COAST FIRST NATIONAL BANK SANIBEL-CAPTIVA ROAD AND ANDY ROSSE LAND CAPTIVA 472-6666 Open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Closed weekends. HONOR SYSTEM 24-HOUR TELLERS Provided by Bank of the Islands at Bailey's and Jerry's on Sanibel and at 110 Chadwich Square, Captiva.

•Beaches On Sanibel UNRESTRICTED PARKING WITH NO STICKER Is permitted for everyone along the Causeway, at the Sanibel Lighthouse and Fishing Pier at the eastern tip of the Island, at Gulfside City Park off Casa Ybel Road, on the east side of the Sanibel end of the Causeway, at the gulf end of Tarpon Bay Road and at the Trost property on Tarpon Bay Road. Off-Islanders with RESTRICTED PARKING STICKERS can find beach access at Bailey Road, Beach Road, Dixie Beach Boulevard, Nerita Street, Donax Street, Fulger Street and on the Sanibel side of Turner Beach. I s l a n d r e s i d e n t s with RESIDENTIAL PARKING STICKERS can park on West Gulf Drive west of Rabbit Road, the bay and qulf sides of Buttonwood Lane, the bay and gulf sides of Seagrape Lane, Colony Walkway, Bay Drive and on Henderson Road at Castaways Lane. The user fee for the COUNTY PARK AT BOWMAN'S BEACH

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on the western end of Sanibel is $1 per car. The fine for parking in a restricted or residential area without the proper permit is $35. ON CAPTIVA public beach access for no charge can be found at Turner Beach or further north just past the entrance to South Seas Plantation. State law prohibits nude sunbathing on all Florida beaches. Violators will be prosecuted.

Biking The extensive network of bike paths on Sanibel is clearly marked along the edge of the road. Observe caution when driving near the bike path. A state law and city ordinance combine to prohibit parking or driving on the bike paths. Mopeds are not permitted on the bike paths. If you plan to spend some time on a bike make sure your vehicle is equipped with a horn, good brakes and a light for night riding. Under Florida law bicycle riders have the same rights and responsibilities as motor vehicle drivers.

Camping Camping on the beach is prohibited, as are open beach fires. Fires are permitted, however, in approved cooking containers (not to exceed 48x24x12 inches deep) with an extruded metal grill for non-commercial food preparation. After you have your beach party please assume responsibility for cleaning up any litter or debris from the area.

•Churches CAPTIVA CHAPEL BY THE SEA CHAPIN LANE, CAPTIVA 472-1646 J. DEAN DYKSTRA, D.D. Sunday non-denominational worship at 11 a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SANIBEL-CAPTIVA ROAD PASTOR JAMIE STILSON 472-1018 Sunday • Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 11 a.m. Wednesday • Bible fellowship, 7:30 p.m. Nursery available for all services. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST, SANIBEL-CAPTIVA 2950 WEST GULF DRIVE 472-4449 Sunday • 11 a.m., worship and Sunday school. Wednesday • 8 p.m. Reading room open from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday and Friday. GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH CYPRESS LAKE DRIVE FORT MYERS 482-2099 T H E REV. FR. ARTHUR KONTINOS Sunday • 9:30 a.m., Orthos; 10 a.m., Divine Liturgy. SANIBEL COMMUNITY CHURCH 1740 PERIWINKLE WAY DR. DENNY D E N N I S O N , MINISTER 472-2684 Sunday • 9 a.m. worship includes children; 10:15 a.m.. Sun-

day school for all; 11:15 a.m., worship. Wednesday • 3:30 p.m., Youth Club; 7:30 p.m., adult choir. Friday • Noon, Alanon. Church office open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. SANIBEL CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST THE REV. RICHARD STEIN 472-0497 or 472-3692 Sunday worship service at 11:15 a.m. at St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church on Periwinkle Way. ST. I S A B E L C A T H O L I C CHURCH 3669 SANIBEL-CAPTIVA ROAD 472-2763 MSGR. ROBERT SCHIEFEN, PASTOR Saturday Vigil • 5:30 p.m;Sunday Mass * 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. and noon; Daily Mass • 8:30 a.m; Holy Day schedule same as weekends. ST. M I C H A E L AND ALL ANGELS EPISCOPAL CHURCH THE REV. THOMAS WALKER 472-2173 472-3356 (thrift shop) Saturday Vigil • 5:30 p.m. Sunday service • 7:30, 9:30 a.m. Wednesday service - 9 a.m. Thursday service • 7:30 a.m. Holy Days schedules are announced. TEMPLE BETH-EL 2721 DEL PRADO BOULEVARD CAPE CORAL 574-5115 RABBI SOLOMON AGIN Sunday • 9:30 a.m., children's religious school. Friday • 8 p.m., service. UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS OF THE ISLANDS THE REV. BURNSIDE MILLER 472-3892 (Island chairman) An affiliate congregation of the Fort Myers Unitarian Universalist Church. Services held at 7:30 p.m. on the first and third Sunday of every month at the Sanibel Public Library. Services in Fort Myers held at 10:30 a.m. every Sunday.

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SANIBEL BACKGAMMON CLUB 472-0660 Meets at 6:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Monday of each month at the Lighthouse Cafe. S2 per person. New members and visitors welcome. For information call Bob Matthews, 472-0660 or 275-0606.

BINGO GAMES AT THE SANIBEL COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Games begin at 7:30 p.m. every Tuesday. Public invited.

SANIBEL-CAPTIVA AMERICAN LEGION Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at the legion hall on Sanibel-Captiva Road. Call 472-9979.

BRIDGE GAMES AT THE SANIBEL COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Duplicate Bridge • 7:30 p.m. Monday (call 472-4823); 1:30 p.m. Thursday (call 472-0025). $2 per person. Bridge For Fun • 1 p.m. Wednesday (call 472-2360). $1.50 per person.

SANIBEL-CAPTIVA AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Meet the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the legion hall on Sanibel-Captiva Road- For more information call 472-9979.

CIVIL WAR REINACTMENT SOCIETY WIGHTMAN LANE, CAPTIVA 472-0482 Bi-monthly meetings. Call for more information. COCONUT CO-OP The food-buying cooperative meets at 7:30 p.m. on the fourth Thursday of every month at the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation. New members are welcome. For information call Karen Halverson, 472-6503. ISLAND CHILDREN'S COOPERATIVE Island babysitting exchange. For more info call 472-5456.

ALANON Evening meeting at 8 p.m. every Tuesday at St. Isabel Catholic Church on SanibelCaptiva Road. Daytime meeting at noon every Friday at Sanibel Community Church. For information call 472-3935.

ISLAND FISHING CLUB Meets at 6 p.m. on the first Tuesday of every month at Gib's restaurant on Periwinkle Way.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS At St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, Periwinkle Way • All meetings at 8 p.m. No smoking. Thursday: Closed discussion. Friday: Open speakers. Sunday: Closed step. At St. Isabel Catholic Church on Sanibel-Captiva Road - 10 a.m. Monday, women's closed discussion; 8 p.m Tuesday, closed discussion; noon Thursday, men's closed big book discussion.

LIONS Meets at 6:30 p.m. on the first and third Wednesday of every month at the Sanibel Community Association hall.

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS (AARP) 472-5517 Meets at 1:30 p.m. on the second Friday of each month at the Sanibel Community Association hall. AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION M e e t s for dinner and business at 5:30 p.m. on the second Thursday of every month at t h e P u t t i n g P e l i c a n

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restaurant at the Beachview Country Club. Any woman who is employed either part- or fulltime is welcome. Reservations must be made by Monday prior to the Thursday meeting. Call Judy Lofton 472-1302 for reservations. Call Theresa Louwers 472-6553 for membership information.

CALUSA AQUATIC PROGRAM 472-9282 A non-profit organization dedicated to increasing marine awareness. Explore the marine world of our barrier islands; seine grass flats for fish, shrimp and other Invertebrates; wade in a mangrove swamp; explore the beaches and mudflats. Information collected Is forwarded to the Florida Department of Natural Resources. For ages 12 to adult, Tuesday and Thursday. Children's program on Saturday. Family program on Sunday afternoon. $25 per person. Transportation provided.

KIWANIS Meets at 7:30 a.m. every Wednesday at the Dunes.

SANIBEL-CAPTIVA LIONS CLUB AUXILIARY Meets for dinner at 6:30 p.m. on the third Wednesday of every month at Sundial. NEW BEGINNERS CLUB An informal monthly gathering for women who are new residents of the Islands. Call Peggy Jackson, 472-1694, for meeting date, time and place. ROTARY Meets at 7:45 a.m. every Friday at Sundiai reso:t. All visiting Rotarians, guests and interested individuals are welcome. Call 472-2880 for information.

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SANIBEL-CAPTIVA ART LEAGUE Outdoor workshops from 9 a.m. to noon followed by a sack lunch and critique every Thursday year 'round. Phone 472-4594 or 481 -4789 for locations. Indoor workshops held January, February and March. Membership open to all area artists. Phone 472-2619 for information. SANIBEL COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Meetings held at 6:30 p.m. on the second Wednesday of every month November through May at the community association hall on Periwinkle Way. Office hours are from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call 472-2155 or 472-1316. SANIBEL-CAPTIVA JAYCEES 472-3166 or 472-1366 Meets every Thursday, 6 p.m. at the Coconut Grove. For information calf. SANIBEL LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS Meets at 9:30 a.m. on the third Monday of every month at the Sanibel library. Call Charlotte Hamlet, 472-2927. SANIBEL-CAPTIVA POWER SQUADRON General membership meetings held on the second Wednesday of every month at the S a n i b e l C o m m u n i t y Association. Luncheon every Wednesday at noon and executive meetings the first Wednesday of every month at the Coconut Grove restaurant. For information call 472-1316. SANIBEL-CAPTIVA SHELL CLUB Meets at 8 p.m. on the third Monday of every month October through May at the Sanibel Community Association. Dues are S6 for individuals, $10 for couples. Call Mill Backus, assistant membership chairman, 472-4709, or write SanibelCaptiva Shell Club, P.O. Box 355, Sanibel 33957. SANIBEL SINGLES "The alternative to the bar scene" meets at 7:30 p.m. every Wednesday. Call Joel 472-0058 for details.

> Courts and courses GOLF BEACHVIEW GOLF COURSE PAR VIEW DRIVE OFF MIDDLE GULF DRIVE 472-2626 SEMI-PRIVATE Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Reservations required. Public welcome. Green fees: S7.50 for nine holes, S14 for 18. Electric carts: $6 for nine holes, S12 for 18. THE DUNES COUNTRY CLUB 949 SANDCASTLE ROAD 472-2535 SEMI-PRIVATE Open daylight to dusk. Call for starting time. Public welcome. Green fees: S12 for nine holes, $20 for 18. Electric carts: $10 for nine holes, $16 for 18. Pull carts: $2 and $3. Club rentals: $5 and $10. TENNIS THE DUNES COUNTRY CLUB 949 SANDCASTLE ROAD 472-3522 SEMI-PRIVATE Full racquet facilities. Open daylight to dusk, $10.50 per hour per court. Call for court time. Lessons available. ISLAND TENNIS SERVICE 937 EAST GULF DRIVE 472-9191 Professional instruction at your resort or private court. Specializing in beginning couples or individuals, juniors and advanced players. Racquets supplied. Video playback optional. SUNDIAL BEACH AND TENNIS RESORT 1256 MIDDLE GULF DRIVE 472-4151 Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Full tennis facilities with 13 courts (laykold and har tru). Ball machine. SANIBEL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SANIBEL-CAPTIVA ROAD PUBLIC COURTS Lighted evenings until 10 p.m. No reservations. No charge. RACQUETBALL SIGNAL INN OLDE MIDDLE GULF DRIVE 472-4690 Two air-conditioned inside courts open by appointment.. Call for reservations.

Doctors GENERAL PRACTICE JEAN GENTRY, M.D., P.A. 2250 Periwinkle Way 472-4188 STEPHAN HALABIS, M.D. FACS 2426 Palm Ridge Road 472-3163

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DRS. PAUL AND PHYLIS DOUGLASS, D.V.M. 1042 Cypress Lake Drive Fort Myers 481-4746 Animals can be seen on Sanibel beginning at 1 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday. Arrangements should be made by calling the above number.

JOHN COLLUCCI, D.O. Island Medical Clinic 2400 Palm Ridge Road 472-5974

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STANLEY WEGRYN, M.D. FACS Wegryn Medical Center 4301 Sanibel-Captiva Road Open 24 hours 472-4131

INTERNAL MEDICINE AND CARDIOLOGY STEPHEN MULLINS, M.D. 2440 Palm Ridge Road 472-1334 CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN HARRY KAIR, D.C., P.A. 1650 Periwinkle Way 472-1824

Sanibel law requires that although your dog does not have to be on a leash In public he must be under your control at all times. You are responsible for the behavior of your pet. The Chamber of Commerce can tell you which accommodations accept families with pets. Remember wherever you are, clean up after your pet. "Leave nothing on the beach but footprints" applies to dogs, too.

OPTOMETRISTS ROBERT LESAGE, O.D. ROY THOMPSON, O.D. 1571 Periwinkle Way 472-4204

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PHARMACIES CORNER DRUGS BAILEY'S SHOPPING CENTER 472-4149 Pharmacist on duty from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. ECKERD DRUGS 2331 PALM RIDGE ROAD 472-1719 Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. ISLAND APOTHECARY APOTHECARY CENTER 2460 PALM RIDGE ROAD 472-1519 Open 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

DENTISTS JAMES BELL, D.D.S Sanibel Plaza 1630-G Periwinkle Way 472-6333 472-6500 for emergencies ROGER DUNPHY, D.D.S WILLIAM SHORACK, D.D.S. Bay Wind Plaza 2402 Palm Ridge Road 472-2060 COUNSELING THERAPY PEGGY JACKSON, L.C.S.W. 472-1694 By appointment only evenings or weekends for marital, family and individual counseling. Child management training by a state-licensed clinical social worker. MAGGIE MULLINS, M.A. 1633-F Periwinkle Way 472-6180 Personal, couple and group counseling by appointment. SUSAN SCHANERMAN, M.Ed. 472-0480 Rebirthing, human potentialmetaphysical consultations. Course in Miracles study group meets at 7:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday. SANIBEL-CAPTIVA COUNSELING CENTER Valerie Hutchins, director 472-9696 Stress, alcohol and drug abuse, personal, family and adolescent counseling. Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday; 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. 24-hour answering service. MASSAGE THERAPY DIANA SILVERSTONE, L.M.T. LICENSED MASSAGE THERAPIST 472-5579 1619 Periwinkle Way Unit 105-A Downstairs in the Island Tower. Therapeutic massage for relaxation and rehabilitation, relief of stress, headaches, fatigue, poor circulation, back pain, edema. By appointment only.

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numbers 472-3111 936-3600 Fire 332-3456 Sheriff 936-3600 Ambulance 936-3600 Paramedics Island &e9tk*ciry. r for 24-hour HTMrgency service ,472-2768 CROW - emergency care for wildlife _ 472-3644

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•Fishing No permit is required for the saltwater sport, but fishing in freshwater ponds or on the Sanibel River requires a Florida fishing license. Licenses are available at Bailey's on Sanibel for $6.50 for residents and $10.50 for nonresidents.

•Fitness AMBIANCE SALON 975 RABBIT ROAD TIMBERS COURT 472-5543 Intermediate-advanced aerobics • 7:30 and 10:30 a.m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 6:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Slow and easy aerobics • 8:45 and 9:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 8:45 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday. THE FITNESS FORUM 2353 PERIWINKLE WAY B E H I N D THE BURGER EMPORIUM 472-2628 Offering three levels of aerobics classes, bodyshaping, karate for kids and adults, and self defense classes. Call for days and times. RHYTHMICLEXERC1SES, INC. MADGE AMOROSO. INSTRUCTOR SANIBEL RECREATION COMPLEX M o d e r a t e to advanced aerobics • 8:45 a.m., 5:40 p.m. Monday and Wednesday; 8:45 a.m. Friday. B e g i n n e r to m o d e r a t e aerobics • 10 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 9:30 a.m. Saturday. Aquacises for all ages - Noon on Tuesday and Thursday. For more class information call the Instructor, 472-4101. SANIBEL RECREATION COMPLEX SANIBEL-CAPTIVA ROAD NEXT TO THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 472-0345 Weightlifting equipment available for public use from 10 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday; 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Swimming pool open for the public from 10 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday; 1 to 5 p.m. Monday through Sunday.

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Island guide •Gators Feeding alligators anywhere is not only ILLEGAL, it is extremely DANGEROUS. An alligator that is accustomed to being fed will become a potentially dangerous animal if left unfed for a period of time. Animals that are not artificially fed are less likely to become problems. A "tame" alligator becomes bold - he loses his fear of man. An alligator has difficulty distinguishing between a piece of fish and the hand that holds it. Because of the gator population here dogs should never be allowed to run free on the Islands. Fence your dog, walk him on a leash or, If you must free him for a walk, keep him under voice control. NEVER tie your dog In an unfenced backyard. For help with a nuisance gator call the following r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s of t h e Southwest Florida Alligator Association. They are licensed to handle alligators: George Campbell, 472-2825; Steve Phillips, 472-2329; Mark Westall, 472-5128.

•Good things to know CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ON THE SANIBEL SIDE OF THE CAUSEWAY 472-1080, 472-3232 Open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. DISASTER ALERT Radio station WRCC 104-FM broadcasts hurricane and other emergency Information that might affect Sanibel or Captiva. Cable TV Channel 11 broadcasts the same disaster information for the Islands. FISH FRIENDS IN SERVICE HERE 472-0404 24 HOURS A DAY Neighborly help for Islanders In need of transportation, regular phone checks and assorted non-emergency services. No fee is ever charged. PUBLIC RESTROOMS 'Causeway • Between the drawbridge and Sanibel 'Chamber of Commerce - Just off the Causeway on the Sanibel side •Gulfside City Park - Public beach just off Casa Ybel Road 'Sanibel Fishing Pier • At the eastern tip of the Island near the Lighthouse 'Turner Beach • at Blind Pass between Sanibel and Captiva TAXES, TITLES AND TAGS LEE COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR FIRST INDEPENDENCE BANK 2245 PALM RIDGE ROAD 472-1314 Open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Friday.

•Libraries SANIBEL PUBLIC LIBRARY PALM RIDGE ROAD AND FLORENCE STREET 472-2483 Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday; 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday; 10 a.m. to noon Saturday. CAPTIVA MEMORIAL LIBRARY CHAPIN AND WILES 472-2133 Open 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday; from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday. Closed Sunday and Monday.

Marinas and charters ISLAND CRUISES, INC. CAPT. DUKE SELLS CAPT. ROGER NODRUFF 472-5463 or 472-5462 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cabbage Key for lunch; 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. sightseeing to North Captiva. Island Queen II, Boca Grande for lunch

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and shopping 10:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Dinner cruises to Cabbage Key aboard Catherine Theressa. CAPT. ROGER NODRUFF 472-5463 36-foot sailboat by day or half-day. CAPT. BARTHOLOMEW CAPTIVA 472-5277 Departing Timmy's Nook. 34-foot Down East cabin cruiser. Shelling, sight-seeing, fishing, luncheon and picnic trips. CAPT. TOM ADBALLA 472-2531 Charter sailing by the day, half-day or sunset.

guides CAPT. RALPH BARTHOLOMEW 472-5277 Offering aquatic nature tours through the waterways of Sanibel, Captiva, Upper Captiva and Cayo Costa with lunch at Cabbage Key. Participants can also go for nature walks on barrier islands and have the choice of either a 34-foot cruiser or a 24-foot open f i s h e r m a n with a high freeboard. Call for reservations and details.

CAPT. TOM NICHOLS 466-8448 Charter sailing by the day, half-day or sunset. BOAT HOUSE 472-2531 Open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days at the Sanibel Marina. Power boats: 15 to 19 feet, 50 to 115 HP. USCG equipped, convertible tops. Sailboats: Sunflsh, 17 to 22 ft. day sailers. 41-ft. charter sloop with captain. BLIND PASS MARINA SANIBEL-CAPTIVA ROAD 472-1020 Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days. Launching ramp. Bait, tackle and gear. Tackle and fishing skiff rentals. CAPT. BOB SABATINO 472-1451 Fishing, shelling, sightseeing, luncheon trips to Safety Harbor. CAPT. COSTANZO 472-1206 Birding and sight-seeing charters. CAPT. DAVE CASE 472-2798 Independent charters. JENSEN TWIN PALMS MARINA CAPTIVA 472-5800 Open from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days. Bait, tackle and gear. Light tackle for rent. Dockage. Boat rentals. Sail charters for two with Capt. Mike MacMillan. SANIBEL MARINA NORTH YACHTSMAN DRIVE 472-2723 Open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days. Capts. Ted Cole and Bill Gartrell for fishing, shelling and sight-seeing guides. Call for appointment. Bait, tackle, gear. Light tackle for rent. Launching ramp, dockage. For sail and power boat rentals call 472-2531. SOUTH SEAS PLANTATION MARINA CAPTIVA 472-5111 Open to the public from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days. Harbor master Don Starr, Capts. Doug Fischer, Baughn Holloway, Chick Kennedy, Herb Purdy and Butch Cottrill for fishing, shelling and sight-seeing guides. Charter sailboat available with Capt. Don Prohaska. Call for appointment. Boat rentals: Boston Whaler power boats, sailboats and Offshore Sailing School. CAPT. JIM BURNSED 472-4701 472-1021 Native Florida guide for shelling, sightseeing, fishing. TARPON BAY MARINA AT THE NORTH END OF TARPON BAY ROAD 472-3196 Open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days. Capts. Randy White and Alex Payne for fishing shelling and sight-seeing guides. Marked canoe trail. Bait, tackle and gear. Tackle for rent. 14- to 18-foot fishing skiffs for rent. 'TWEEN WATERS MARINA CAPTIVA 472-5161 Open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days. Dock master Dale Manor, Capts. Duke Sells, Mike Fuery and Jerry Way for fishing, shelling and sightseeing trips. Bait, tackle and gear. Tackle for rent. Boat rentals: 30-HP, electric start. THE ISLAND BELLE USCG-inspected, 42-passenger. Shelling or fishing trips out of Tarpon Bay Marina with Capt. Joe Stuber. Call 472-3196 for information and reservations.

GRIFFING BANCROFT 472-1447 Offering bird tours of the Islands commencing at dawn. Tours start at the Island Cinema In Bailey's Shopping Center and last approximately three hours. $10 per person, with a minimum of three people. Call for more information, reservations and exact times. MARK "BIRD" WESTALL 472-5218 Offering a choice of canoe trips on the Sanibel River, through the wildlife refuge or to Buck Key. Trips last approximately two'to three hours. $20 per person. Inquire about discounts when c a l l i n g for reservations. CHARLES LEBUFF 472-3177 Experience Sanibel on a Saturday morning beach walk i that serves as an introduction to the Island's remarkable diversity and beach environment. Learn about our history, hurricanes, beach ecology, sea turtles, tides and the interesting , marine life on the beach. Call anytime for information and reservations. Proceeds further loggerhead sea turtle conservation efforts on the Islands. CAPT. DUKE SELLS 472-5462 Native area guide will pole or motor your party through back country. Offering outer-island beach picnic trips, lunches at Cabbage Key and shelling trips on 24-foot skiff, 30-foot sport fisherman or 50-foot party boat. GEORGE WEYMOUTH 472-BIRD Ornithological tours through Sanibel's J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge. Also offering Corkscrew Swamp trips and Weymouth beach walks. Make reservations at the Wildlife Preserver Gallery in Treetops Centre, 1101 Periwinkle Way, or call the above number.

Post offices SANIBEL POST OFFICE TURN RIGHT OFF PERIWINKLE WAY ON TARPON BAY RC*D 472-1655 Open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Closed Saturday and Sunday, although mail is delivered on Saturday. JERRY'S GROCERY STORE JERRY'S SHOPPING CENTER PERIWINKLE WAY 472-9300 Postal counter open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. CAPTIVA POST OFFICE ON CAPTIVA ROAD NEAR THE ENTRANCE TO SOUTH SEAS 472-1674 Open 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Closed Saturday and Sunday, although mail is delivered Saturday. WESTERN UNION BAILEY'S GENERAL STORE BAILEY'S SHOPPING CENTER Open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday.

•Rentals AUTOMOBILES AVIS RENT-A-CAR 3 STAR GROCERY 472-4040 At the intersection of Palm Ridge Road and Tarpon Bay Road. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days.

BUDGET RENT-A-CAR ON SANIBEL IN GULFSIDE PLAZA, 472-0088. ON CAPTIVA AT SOUTH SEAS PLANTATION, 472-9600. Open 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. seven days. Call to make arrangements.

Service stations GULF SERVICE STATION 1215 PERIWINKLE WAY 472-1878 Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekends. Certified licensed mechanics.

HERTZ RENT-A-CAR SANIBEL STANDARD STATION 1015 PERIWINKLE WAY 472-1468 Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week.

ISLAND EXXON 2345 PERIWINKLE WAY 472-2012 Open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days. 24-hour road service and complete auto repair. AAA.

BICYCLES-MOPEDS BIKE BARN PERIWINKLE WAY AND MAIN STREET (opposite the 7-11 Store) NO PHONE Bicycle rentals, sales service.

SOUTH SEAS PLANTATION CAPTIVA 472-5111, ext. 3384 At the entrance to South Seas Plantation. Open from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days. Closed for lunch from noon to 12:30 p.m.

ISLAND GARAGE 1609 PERIWINKLE WAY 472-4318 Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. 24-hour wreckenservice. American and foreign car repair. AAA. NO GAS.

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BIKE ROUTE 2330 PALM RIDGE ROAD 472-1955 Bicycle rentals, sales and repairs. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Closed Sunday.

SANIBEL STANDARD 1015 PERIWINKLE WAY 472-2125 Open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days. 24-hour road service and complete auto repair. AAA.

ISLAND MOPED 1470 PERIWINKLE WAY 472-5248 Open 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. seven days. Bicycle and moped rental and repair.

ISLAND HISTORICAL MUSEUM ADJACENT TO SANIBEL CITY HALL 800 DUNLOP ROAD 472-4648 Open to the public free of charge from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday and Saturday. Closed on holidays.

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3 STAR GROCERY TARPON BAY AND PALM RIDGE ROADS 472-5400 Open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Diesel, gas. MC, VISA, Shell charge cards accepted.

CROW CARE AND REHABILITATION OF WILDLIFE SANIBEL-CAPTIVA ROAD 472-3644 Open house for the public from 1 to 3 p.m. on the last Sunday of every month through winter season. Board meetings are at 1:30 p.m. on the second Tueday of every month.

KURT'S 76 2495 COCONUT DRIVE BLIND PASS AREA Open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Gas, diesel. Cash only, please.

J.N. "DING" DARLING NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE 472-1100 The five-mile, self-guiding Wildlife Drive, Bailey Tract walking trails and two canoe trails are open daily from sunrise to sunset. The Visitor Center off Sanibel-Captiva Road is open as stated on the sign at the entrance to the center. All facilities are free of charge. For naturalist program information check at the Visitor Center or call during normal business hours.

•Shelling The city of Sanibel has a resolution limiting the taking of live shells to two per species per day per person, in order to preserve Sanibel's beautiful shelling beaches most collectors refuse to take any live shells whatsoever.

SANIBEL-CAPTIVA C O N S E R V A T I O N FOUNDATION SANIBEL-CAPTIVA ROAD 472-2329 Dedicated to the preservation of vegetation and wildlife on the Islands. The foundation offers many exhibits and nature tours. Admission for non-members is 50 cents for children and $1 for adults. Open 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. SCCF's Native Plant Nursery is a non-profit retail nursery that grows and sells only native species. The nursery is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through F r i d a y , 472-1932. LIGHTHOUSE AT THE EASTERN TIP OF SANIBEL The historic Lighthouse is close to the Sanibel fishing pier, which offers excellent fishing, a lovely beach and view of San Carlos Bay.

SOUTH SEAS PLANTATION CAPTIVA 472-5111 Bicycle rentals. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days. FINNIMORE'S CYCLE SHOP NEXT TO GIB'S RESTAURANT 1223 PERIWINKLE WAY 472-5577 New bicycle rentals. Free delivery and pick-up. Open seven days from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. BOOKS ISLAND BOOK NOOK 2440 PALM RIDGE ROAD 472-6777 Best sellers in hard cover for rent by the week.

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Audubon program 8 p.m., SCA "Private Lives" 8 p.m., PP

"Private Lives" 8 p.m., PP

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SANIBEL RENTAL SERVICE JERRY'S SHOPPING CENTER 472-5777 Rollaways, cribs, strollers, highchairs, car seats, beach items and more.

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PIC-A-FLIC 1633-D P E R I W I N K L E WAY ACROSS FROM HEART OF THE ISLANDS 472-0077 Video tapes and machines for rent. More than 1,000 titles.

SUNDIAL 1246 M I D D L E GULF DRIVE 472-4151 . Sailboats, catamarans, windsurfers, bicycles. Hourly and half-day rentals. WINDSURFING OF SANIBEL P E R I W I N K L E WAY 472-0123 Windsurfing rentals, sales, instruction and accessories.

Annual Shell Count Bring shells to SCA 9-11a.tn.

Lions craft fair 10 a.m.-4 p.m., SCA

SANIBEL AUDIO VIDEO SANIBEL SQUARE 472-4100 Rental of movie tapes, VCR machines, movie cameras, projectors, TV sets and radios.

SANIBEL HILTON INN 937 EAST GULF DRIVE 472-3181 Windsurfers, Hobie cats and phantoms. Hourly rental and instruction.

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ISLAND APOTHECARY APOTHECARY CENTER 2460 PALM RIDGE ROAD O P P O S I T E T H E 3 STAR GROCERY 472-1519 Wheelchairs, crutches, personal health care items.

HARMON'S OF SANIBEL 359 PERIWINKLE WAY 472-6364 Video tapes and machines, video cameras and photo equipment available for daily or weekly rental.

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Tuesday at the Center 2 p.m., SCCF Trolley to the dog track 6 p.m., C of C "Private Lives" 8 p.m., PP

Calendar abbreviations translate to the following: CCC • Captiva Community Center C of C • Chamber of Commerce CROW • Care and Rehabilitation of Wildlife CML - Captiva Memorial Library

Audubon program 8 p.m., SCA "Private Lives" 8 p.m., PP

"Private Lives" 8 p.m., PP

DDR - J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge PP - Pirate Playhouse SCA • Sanibel Community Association SCCF • Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation

"Private Lives" 8 p.m., PP

"Private Lives" 8 p.m., PP

If you have an event to include in the calendar call The Islander, 472-5185, by 5 p.m. Friday for the following Tuesday's paper. Events in the calendar must be open to the public.

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Tuesday, January 21,1986

The ISLANDER

Priscilla Murphy Realty, Inc.

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AFFORDABLE INCOME Found on a quiet side street near shopping, banking and other conveniences, this highly rentable duplex property is composed of two ^parate homes, perfect for your investment portfolio. Never vacant, this unique offering produces a very good annual return. Available for a reduced $175,000 with terms negotiable. Contact Steve Fisher for details 472-1511.

HOMESITES CASTAWAYS CLAM BAYOU Lot #17, A large, well vegetated waterfront homesite which runs from Sanibel Captiva Road to the Bayou Negotiable terms. Available for $60,000.

NEW LISTING CAPTIVA ISLAND Completely remodeled and offering a very spacious 2400 square feet of living area, this unique beach front home is found within the heart of world-renowned South Seas Plantation. Featuring four bedrooms, three baths, fireplace, large kitchen, two sundecks and on nearly an acre of spectacular Gulf front property. A must see for the serious Captiva shopper. Call Peggy Miller, RealtorAssociate for all details. 472-5154.

TAHITI SHORES A beautiful lakefront lot across the street from the Gulf! Found at the end of a cul-de-sac, this superb homesite is one of the best values on the market. Complete with a deeded beach easement and owner financing. Offered for $96,000.

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NEW LISTING WALK TO THE GULF Found on a private shell road leading to the Gulf, this cozy looking Captiva home is surprisingly spacious and full of surprises. In addition to two bedrooms and two baths, this lovely island dwelling also features a new A/C unit plus baseboard heater with segregated thermostats, a 6000 gallon rain cistern with pump, privacy fence for the backyard, and two screened porches. Simply perfect, and available for only $179,000 furnished. Contact Barbara Chapin, Broker Salesman for details. 472-5154.

PERIWINKLE PINES An Outstanding Homeownership Opportunity. Periwinkle Pines is the first moderately priced association of homes found on Sanibel . designed without compromising quality or spaciousness Found on nine heavily wooded acres of hand cleared land, Periwinkle Pines was developed to offer carefree condominium style living within a centrally located, single family atmospheie Three bedroom/two bath duplex units are offered from $144,900 and three bedroom/two bath single family homes are available from $152,900 For a modest monthly fee, the Homeowners Association will be responsible for all up-keep of the grounds including the maintenance of your own pnvate yard Drop by our daily Open House, across from Periwinkle Place Shopping Centei, or call any of our four conveniently located offices

Found on Kings Crown Drive, a very prestigious and established residential community, this lot is seawalled, and partially cleared for building Easy for boaters because the dock is already there. Complete with deeded beach access and terms. $89,500

CHATEAU BLANC Preview this outstanding Gulf front mini-estate on Captiva. The main residence and guest house have fabulous views of the beach and aie designed in the Useppa Island style of architecture. Each home has vaulted ceilings and a lovely feeling of richness which only a waterfiont lifestyle on Captiva can offei Complete with a 15x30 heated pool and attractive landscaping Offeied for $555,000. Contact Art Corace, Broker-Salesman for complete details. 472-1511.

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WHY NOT?

Why not own the best? This posh and very spacious Bandy Beach condominium offers a great view of the beach, a luxury lifestyle, plus the privacy and exclusivity of only ten owners. Amenities include a swimming pool, barbeque area, covered parking and more. Complete with two bedrooms, large den and two baths. A superb offering for $335,000 furnished. A WEEKLY RENTAL PRODUCER TOO! Call Angie Lapi, Realtor-Associate, at 472-4121 today.

A beautifuUy maintained first floor corner unit (affording that extra margin of privacy and convenience) close to the pool and perfect tor a holiday on Sanibel. Complete with two bedrooms, two baths, new carpet and nice decorations. Available for $146,000. Sanibel Arms West produces very good rental return and should be put on the top of your shopping list. Call Sandy Teal, Realtor-Associate for details. 472-1934. SUNSET CAPTIVA

BUYER'S CHOICE

. . On an immaculate, ground floor apartment found at Sanibel Moorings The on-site rental management program takes all the work out of your investment. Amenities at this high rental producing Gulf front project include swimming pools, tennis, BBQ and boat dockage. We have a lovely condominium with two bedrooms and two baths offered for a very reasonable $147,000. A great opportunity to buy smart on Sanibel. Call Art Corace, Broker-Salesman for all the exciting details. 472-1511.

A beautiful Harborside corner apartment, with panoramic views ot Pine Island Sound. This two bedroom, two bath unit is perfect for seasonal rentals or year-round vacation pleasures. Sunset Captiva offers a pool, tennis courts, boat dockage on the bay and, of course, the Gulf beach. Available for $235,000 furnished. In addition we are offering a beautifully furnished two bedroom Gulf front home which includes a large loft area, and comes complete with two and a half baths and absolutely spectacular sunsets. Call our Causeway office for details. 472-4121.

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Tuesday January 21, 1986

A senseless murder on McGregor Boulevard Like most animal killings on our roads, this otter tragedy could have been avoided By GEORGE CAMPBELL Illustrated by ANN WINTERBOTHAM

A needless tragedy struck Dec. 10. At a time when most people were optimistic about the holiday season, some callous individual murdered one of the very few river otters left in our area. It happened on McGregor Boulevard not far from the toll booth. The animal had been trying to cross the road. A friend of mine witnessed the tragedy, pulled over and walked to the prostrate animal to assess the situation. It had been severely injured but was still alive. It raised its head and looked at him with a pitiful expression. At that instant some dismal, uncaring person of questionable value to the world ran square over the injured animal, squashed it flat and dragged it about 150 yards down the road. My friend followed to see if there was any hope. As he stooped to examine the poor beast, yet another idiotic driver ran over the body and flattened it further. Another passerby, this time a caring one, stopped his car to see what could be done. He really blew his cool in the direction of the people who had killed this wonderful animal. My friend got the distinct impression that if this man, overwrought at this senseless killing, had been armed, there would have been a couple of dead commuters around — a couple of women who would not have made it to Sanibel that morning. The first hit probably broke the animal's back. The second paralyzed the otter. The third crushed its skull. The adult male animal weighed about 30 pounds and was about three feet long including his tail. Otters do not seem to be as common around Sanibel as they were even in the quite recent past. According to my observation, the otter habitat has been reduced by the silting in of mosquito control ditches. A couple of decades ago Dr. Maurice Provost visualized a mosquito control strategy employing the concept of providing more wates to flush mosquito breeding habitat and also to allow mosquito-eating fish to swim to the areas where mosquito larvae lived. At the same time perhaps Provost realized the same method would enhance and increase otter habitat. Provost, the father of natural mosquito control around here, lived to see the region laced with mosquito ditches. This was good for the otters of Sanibel, whose range is linear and might be up to 100 miles. By "linear" range, I mean an otter will follow the various waterways. It is a funny thing that some conservation principles sometimes get in the way and actually cancel out other useful conservation principles. So it was in the 1970s when the United States Army Corps of Engineers put into effect its "no fill" federal law. Simply stated, one was allowed to dig mosquito ditches, but you couldn't legally get rid of the fill unless you had a sky hook (or maybe if you owned GM's truck division and could haul it all away). I distinctly remember one of those rare occasions when we conservationists were actually cooperating with the corps. The chief engineer, an Army colonel, stood before us on Sanibel and said anybody could do all the digging he wanted, but he needed a sky hook to get rid of the spoil material! Otherwise, the activity would be disallowed and the perpetrator cited by the corps. So what happened? Mosquito ditches all over the place began to silt in as the spoil mounds on their edges gradually eroded back down into the water. (As water seeks its own level, so does sand in time.) The Provost idea was effectively dead, killed by the conservation ethic designed to prevent loss of wetlands. Otter populations declined as the otters'

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linear range was blocked and reduced by sliding sand from spoil mounds. One day soon I shall return to the subject of Provost, a naturalist of note who had a lot of influence on our environment during the 1960s and 1970s. So the otters, once handed a range bonanza of seemingly endless mosquito ditches, now face a serious reduction of available habitat. Other stresses like the development, erratic management of impoundments, legal and illegal trapping all took their toll. But Florida authorities do not consider the otter threatened. I suppose this is because trapping and killing wonderful animals is part of the Florida woodsman's tradition. It certainly is not because the species is not threatened in many parts of its range, for example on McGregor Boulevard! Please drive carefully so as not to endanger our stressed wildlife. Urge your friends and acquaintances to do likewise. Let's get back to the old Sanibel Ethic. Remember: wildlife is what Sanibel is all about. Let's all do our share to protect it.

Naturalist-conservationist George Campbell participated in a New York Zoological Society study on Sanibel nearly 50 years ago. Subsequently he visited the Island many times and moved here in 1974. Before moving to the Island he spent 40 years establishing and servicing pharmaceutical manufacturing laboratories in two dozen countries all over the world. He is founder and chairman of the Southwest Florida Regional Alligator Association and international coordinator for the Fund for Animals, Inc. Naturalist-illustrator Ann Winterbotham moved to Sanibel 20 years ago from Massachusetts, where she was born and educated and taught art for many years. Through her efforts as a founding member of the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation and as chairman for seven years of the Sanibel Planning Commission, much of Sanibel remains a nature preserve.

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Tuesday January 21,1986

Captiva beach and Sanibel bike path are cleaner after last week's efforts By SCOTT MARTELL

Florida Historical Society

NEW LISTINGS

The Sanibel bike path and the Captiva beachfront both were cleaned up last week as part of The Islander's anti-litter campaign. Joan Lucht and Bonita Ericksen spent several days gathering garbage from the area's bike paths, focusing on Tarpon Bay Road and West Gulf Drive. Although they said the area was not in terrible shape with litter, the two did manage to fill two garbage bags, mostly with empty beer cans. And on Captiva, a group of South Seas Plantation workers used their day off to gather litter from the public beaches from the resort south to the Timmy's Nook area. "We did it because we live and work here and we felt we had some responsibility to keep it nice," said Rick Scott. Scott was joined by his wife, Pam, and John Murphy, Ruth Ridling, Tammy Breedlove and Kathy Fetterolf. In our on-going anti-litter campaign, visitors and residents alike collect litter and bring it to our office. Everyone who comes in has his picture taken for the next week's paper receives his choice of a subscription to the newspaper or an Islander t-shirt.

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OPEN HOUSE

MELBY HOMES Take your picK ot locations: either^ Gumbo Limbo, Gulf Ridge or Sea Oats, where Melby Homes has three completed. New Florida Style homes in beautiful settings. Three bedrooms, two baths, great room, split floor plan and vaulted ceilings with metal roofs. Wet bar, fireplace, European design cabinetry and more — all built to high quality standards and attention to detail. Call Rich Ulewicz, REALTOR—Associate for a showing.

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Dr. Gary Mormino,;-director of the Florida Historical Society, will speak at this week's Tuesday at the Center program at the SanibelCaptiva Conservation Foundation at 2 p.m. this Tuesday, Jan. 21. Mormino's will talk about his forthcoming book, 'The Immigrant World of Ybor City," which examines the South Florida of 100 years agoAside from being director of the Historical Society, Mormino is an associate professor at the University of South Florida. The Tuesday, Jan. 28, program at the Conservation Foundation will be-presented by Howard Yamafeki, who is witii the XJSDA Soil Conservation Service. He.win,describe the unique soil profile on Sanibel and Captiva. Tuesday at the Center programs are free for members, §1 admission is charged for ttdnmembers, 50 cents for children. Seating is limited. For more information call the Conservation Foundation, 472-2329.

Top left: Joan Lucht and Bonita Ericksen spent several days gathering garbage from the area's bike paths. Photo by David Dugatkin. Left: This group of South Seas Plantation employees used their day off to gather litter from the public beaches from the resort south to the Timmy's Nook area. Photo by Scott Martell.

State estuary manager will present lecture for Audubon society "Have Yon Hugged Your Estuary Today? " is the title of the program that will be presented at this week's SanibeK&ptiva Audubon Society program at 8 p.m. this Thursday, Jan. 23, at the Sanibel Community Association. The program is open to the public. • The guest speaker will be Dr. Kris Thoemke, sanctuary manager at Eookery Bay National Estuarine Sanctuary in Naples,' Fla. Thoerake will discuss the importance of estuaries^ activities that have adverse'effeets on them and how the.Rookery, Bay National ; Estuarine Sanctuary manages these areas so ^ - they will be maintained,!!* a natural-and: pro- \ , ductjve condition. V ? , ^ I 7~/' * -\ e - > ,, " There is no ' admission., ^ajrge jfar ,'the"'.' - "Audubon-lectures^ bu^contrib^ons'toward^^ * - program costs are gratefully rece'iveS. Eam-V i -fegs>frdrfthe society'^ activities' are'con-'-

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Seven local authors will appear at Conservation Foundation open house Seven prominent Island authors will autograph books and chat with visitors during the SanibelCaptiva Conservation Foundation's open house from 12:30 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 2, at the center on Sanibel-Captiva Road. The authors and their books are listed below. The books were published by the Conservation Foundation under the banner of Barrier Island Nature Series and are on sale at local bookstores as well as in the gift shop at the center. 12:30-2 p.m. — George Tenney and Griff ing Bancroft/"Helping to Save Paradise: The Story of the

S C C F " ; Griffing Bancroft, "Roseate Spoonbills and Other Wading Birds of Sanibel and Captiva"; Charles Wilson, "The Indian Presence: Archaeology of Sanibel and Captiva." 1-3 p.m. — Richard Workman, "Growing Native: Native Plants for Landscape Use in Coastal South Florida"; Dr. George Cooley, "The Vegetation of Sanibel." 2-4 p.m. — Elinore Dormer, "The Calusa: Sanibel-Captiva Native Indians" and "Seashell Islands"; Capt. Mike Fuery, "Florida Shelling Guide." In addition to the authors' ap-

pearances, the open house will feature educational exhibits, drawings and refreshments. Visitors will see many of the plants and animals of Sanibel and Captiva. Explanations of research projects, a display of land acquisitions maps and exhibits of other foundation activities will be on display. Guests will be welcome to stroll on the boardwalk at the Native Plant Nursery and browse in the enlarged gift shop. Guides will also be available on many SCCF nature trails. All residents and visitors to the Islands are welcome.

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Conservation Foundation plans

Free films, alligator program are on this week's refuge agenda

Annual slid! count set for this Friday on Sanibel and Captiva The annual shell count sponsored by the Sanibel-Captiva Shell d u b will take place this Friday, Jan, 24* A £ull mwn and low ttcte comMae to make this day ideal for the 1986 count Every year the dub coiwiucts a census of the various species of shells that can be found la a few hours along the Islands* shores, Participants can begin collecting anytime after

midnight Pick up one of each kind of shell and brIng your collection to the Sanibel Community Association belween 9 and 11 a.m. Friday. Shelters do not have to be experts to joaai a » count Shell displays and books along with q n S b d shelters wiU be at the SCA to help identify shells.

Visitors are at CROW open house Visitors will bft able to imt the Care and EehabilitaJion of Wildlife hospital and see many wildlife patients during CROW'S monthly open house front J to % jMu, im Statfiay, Jan. 26. The facility is on SaaifceK&pte Eoad.

at the Dunes Golf and Tennis Club! The Dunes Golf and Tennis Club Is the home of Sanibel's only 18 hole golf course and driving range. The Dunes features include • Memberships for season and monthly. .• Our 18 hole course includes the enjoyment of the "mild" nine and the challenge of the "wild" nine. • Driving range with lessons from our PGA staff • Pro Shop includes complete line of mens and ladies sportswear • Six all-weather tennis courts Lessons from USPTA pro

six-session guide training course The Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation will offer its annual trail guide training course for Conservation Foundation members starting at 9 Please see COURSE, page 7B

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gram about alligators will be presented at the refuge. The program will begin in the Visitor Center auditorium with an in-depth discussion about alligators and will conclude with a trip to a favorite alligator viewing spot in the refuge. The same program will be repeated Jan. 31 and Feb. 14 and 28.

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Sanibel's refuge is among the more popular in the national system

TURF Dine On A Different Island

More than 426 national wildlife refuges are found throughout the United States, and one of the most popular is here on Sanibel. More than 718,000 people annually visit J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge. The entrance to the refuge is on Sanibel-Captiva Road. Some of the facilities and activities available for those wanting to experience the refuge

include: ,. • Visitor Center — Free exhibits and leaflets, in addition to a book sales outlet, are found in the center at the head of the Wildlife Drive. The building is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. • Informational kiosk — Visitors who arrive after the Center is closed are encouraged to stop at the kiosk in

the parking lot for basic information that can enhance a refuge visit. • General leaflet — Everyone who visits the Refuge needs to pick up a general leaflet available both inside the center and in the Kiosk. The leaflet contains a refuge map and information on all facilities and permissible activities. • Wildlife Drive — The five-mile auto drive allows visitors to see a multitude of wild animals. It is open

sunrise to sunset. • Walking trails — Three different trails of varying lengths are available. The South Dike Trail is four miles long; Gasparilla Trail, 1/3 mile long; and two miles of walking can be accomplished at the Bailey Tract off Tarpon Bay Road. • Canoe trails — The Commodore Please see REFUGE, next page

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O N LAND: New York Strip Steak • Filet Mignon Chopped Beefsteak • Chicken Teriyaki

a.m. next Mdtulay, Jam 27, at the* center on Sanibel-Captiva Boad, The six~sessios course will meet from & a,m. to noon Monday, Wednesday, aad Friday during the weeks of Jan, 2f? and Feb. 3. •Tan, 27 ™^troaiictbtt to the SCCF— instructors will be Stevi&PhiBlpSj director of eavifonmental programs; Cbarlotte €arriri$
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Refuge volunteers and their friends, instructed by refuge staffer Kristi Seaman, use their fists to get an idea of the size of Halley's Comet.

Cloud cover dampens Halley's Comet watch By DAVID DUGATKIN The J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife refuge held its yearly volunteer training session last week. 68 volunteers attended the special evening session. Staffer Kristi Seaman said the nighttime training session was held for a number of reasons. Mainly it gave the volunteers a chance to see the wildlife after dark along with a chance to do some star tracking and a possibly see Halley's Comet. Although the lecturing on binoculars and spotting scopes was informative, and a close swoop by more than 100 willets nearly took the hats off some people, Halleys comet was difficult to spot because of cloud cover. It was a disappointment to some, but a bright

object in the northeast sky sparked the interest in many. Some thought it could have been the Columbia space shuttle, while others said it was probably a satellite. Michael Lovetto of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration said that although the shuttle does make some close passes over Sanibel, the bright object the group saw last week was not the shuttle. At that time (6:45 p.m. last Wednesday) the space shuttle was flying over Bolivia, Lovetto said. He added it was very possible the object was a satellite, but he could not confirm which one it was. For those who do miss the comet this time around, there's always the year 2061. That's the next time the comet comes into view.

Telescopes and binoculars were the tools of the evening, which also includ-

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Arts • Leisure 10B Tuesday January 21,1986

ARTS^LEISURE

Noel Coward comedy opens a new season at the Playhouse The 1986 winter season at the Pirate Playhouse opens this Thursday,', Jan. 23, with Noel Coward's classic comedy, "Private Lives." The play stars Robert Toperzer as Elyot and Carrie Lund as Amanda. Sharon Fallon, returning for her second season at the theater, plays Sybil. Gordon Gray, director of the most recent playhouse production "The Fourposter," appears as Victor. Island resident June Koc fills out the five-friember cast as Louise, the French maid. The production is directed by Leon Katz, a professor

Captiva artist studied in Paris and Boston

COMING ATTRACTIONS Performances

World War II interrupted Joan Burr's art training, but not her love for painting

Artists and craftsmen invited to By JULIE NIEDENFUER

Members of the Sanibel-Captiva Lions Club will accept artwork for the upcoming annual srts and crafts fair from 10 a.m. to noon Friday, Jan. 31. Entrants may submit three framed 42x42 inch framed works, or six matted and shrinkiwrapped works. There is a $6

• TENOR ROBERT CLARK will appear at the Barbara B Mann Performing Arts Hall at Edison Community College at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. l. He will be assisted by Dr. Leslie Marietta, orchestra conductor. The former Fort Myers resident will offer a varied program of art song chosen from the repertoire of Tosti, Stradella, Faure, Puccini and Sibella. Tickets are $10

Although she lives just a stone's throw from the Gulf of Mexico. Joan Burr needn't look out her window to see the water. The walls inside her Captiva home are graced with paintings of the sea and sky, scenes that articulate the artist's love for the tropical places she has lived Earlier this month, demonstrating her theory that no artist paints strictly for her own eyes, the Sanibel-Captiva Art League member gathered up 26 • "IT'S A SCREAM," a horror-comedy by David of her paintings and took them to the Sanibel Public Deboy, will be performed Jan. 23 and 24,30 and 31 and Library, where they will hang through the end of the Feb. 6, 7 and 8, at the Kiwanis Building at Woodford month. The exhibit is the gifted artist's first solo show and Second streets in downtown Fort Myers. Curtain But it is by far not the first time she has gone public time for all performances is 8 p m. and tickets are $5. with her work Dinner theater will also be presented Saturday, Jan Reluctant to expand on the awards she's won, 25andFeb 1 Doors open at 6-15 for a sit-down dinner Burr only hastily refers to the first place honors she catered by Lenny Johnson Tickets are $16 took in a recent show of the Southwest Council of the For reservations call 334-0780 Arts, and a best of show award she won on Florida's • The Asolo State Touring Theater will perform east coast The rest she quickly passes off with a "A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN" at 8 p.m. Sun- wave of her hand Apparently she plies her brush not for the honors day, Feb. 2, at Cape Coral High School. Tickets are $8, but for the pleasure it brings. $19 and $12 For more information call 574-5115 A Massachusetts native, Burr has painted since she was a girl. She remembers that the "prized pre- Joan Burr sent" at Christmastime or birthdays was always a set of paints. On Captiva, where she and John now share their When she was 14, her father Winslow Ames, a well home with Alice B. Hopeless the dog, Admiral E. • The Lee County Alliance of the Arts is holding a known theatrical producer of the time, showed his Byrd the cockatoo and Abashag the parrot, Burr RECEPTION FOR ARTISTS ANNA GOHL AND support and encouragement of her talent by sending continues to paint with fervor. Her work is sold at KRISTIN PETERSON from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. her to an art school in Paris for a year. the Treehouse gift shop on Captiva and at the 2, in the main gallery of the Lee County Arts Center at She later studied at the Museum School of Fine Sanibel Gallery, and she exhibits with the Cape Corthe corner of Colonial and McGregor boulevards in Arts in Boston. But when the war came along Burr al and Fort Myers Beach art leagues and the Art Fort Myers. dutifully traded in her paintbrush for a nurse's aide Council of Southwest Florida. The exhibit will be open for viewing from 9 a.m. to 5 cap and put her blossoming career on hold. She strives to keep her paintings fresh and sponp.m. Monday through Friday through February. "In those days everybody was so patriotic," she taneous — with oils as well as watercolor. To that recalls. "I'm not sorry about the decision, but I end, she uses a technique with oil in which the painregret not being able to finish school." ting is completed before the pigment dries. The As time went on Burr continued painting, but it method is called "wet in wet" or "el prima" ("the wasn't until 1957 — when she and her husband John first time""). and four children moved to St. Croix in the Virgin Her tools are brushes and palette knives, but occa• HEN BASKETS will be the topic of the day this Islands — that she took it up again seriously. sionally she dons surgical gloves and paints with her Thursday, Jan. 23 in the class taught by Trudy Bun- Relocating to the tropical clime was a big step from hands. She says she likes the way the light is trock and Arly Prevatt of Three Crafty Ladies. the "sheltered life" she had been accustomed to in refracted from the various surfaces. The class runs from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the New England, she says. And rather than painting things just as they apThree Crafty Ladies shop on Periwinkle Way. Cost is "We burst into the color and life of the Virgin pear, Burr leaves something in the picture up to the $35, including materials. Islands." Apparently, the move was an inspiring viewer's imagination. For more information call 472-2893. one, for during the next 16 years that she lived there, "I don't want it to look like a photograph," she • Dianne La Croix, director of Dance La Croix!, Burr painted and exhibited extensively. emphasizes. Many of her compositions are derived In the early 1970s, she and John moved to the east announces REGISTRATION FOR DANCE CLASSES from local scenes, but just as many are drawn from will be held from 4:15 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28, coast of Florida, where she studied under noted the horizons of her own imagination. and from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31, at Ambiance painters Arthur Saranoff and Peter Kolean. Before When a painting is done, her custom framer goes Studios, 975 Rabbit Road, next to the Timbers long, however, the couple became restless, feeling to work. With care and proficiency husband John that the area where they lived wasn't "islandy" restaurant. mats and frames each one with a skill he has The academy of ballet and jazz offers classes for enough. On an excursion to Captiva the decision was perfected with professional instruction. His work ages 3 to adult. Ballet studies offer Vaganova techni- made and in 1979 they moved across the state. area is a studio next to the house. que; jazz includes Luigi, Graham and La Croix Just above his room is a techniques. bright, cheery studio that is Recital date is set for Mother's Day, May 11. unmistakenly Joan's. The walls are replete with posters of ocean scenes, and the artist's own paintings are scattered • A series of professional slide presentations and narthroughout. The windows rations by Harrison Weymouth Jr., historian and look out at the soft green photographer, continues at the Captiva Memorial boughs of tall pines, Library from 8 to 9 p.m. this Wednesday, Jan. 22. through which twinkles the "THOSE INCREDIBLE TRAINS" presents a grippsparkling blue sea. ing and at times hilarious view of the evolution of the This is Burr's haven, railroad, from "Tom Thumb" to the first sleeping cars where the only link to the and the Orient Express. outside is the paintsplattered phone in the cor• The Royal Palm Garden Club presents its FLOWER ner. Here she enjoys the .SHOW, "POSIES AND PATCHWORK," this weekend solitude that allows her to at the Garden Council and Activity Center, 2646 get on with her favorite Cleveland Ave., in Fort Myers (in front of Lee avocation. Memorial Hospital). "I don't play bridge and I Hours are from 1-7 p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. don't golf," she says. Sunday.

will learn about putting figures into landscapes

David Meo, artist, instructor, advertising executive, writer and theater director, will present a program this at 1:30 p.m. this Thursday, Jan. 23, for the Sanibel-Captiva Art League. A short business meeting will precede the program titled "How to put figures into landscape," which will be held at the Sanibel Community Association on Periwinkle Way. Meo, who maintains a studio at Estero, instructs classes ranging from basic art techniques to portrait, enter Lions annual fair figure drawing and advanced methods. In addition to being the director of the locally-Dased entrance fee. Atlantic Theatre Company, Meo writes scripts, edits The fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday radio productions, is involved with, photography and and Sunday, Feb. 1 and 2, at the Sanibel Community has his own theater company, "Upstage Players." Association on Periwinkle Way. For more information Last year Meo worked with "Miami Vice" creator call Barbara Taylor, 472-14%. Michael Mann in the filming on Captiva of the movie "Red Dragon."

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Arts • Leisure

Popular demand spurs extra

Not all the great performances take place after the curtain rises

Performances continued

performance of Paradise'

By JULIE NIEDENFUER

Most people think when they see a play the only acting being done is what goes on onstage. But actually, a lot of action goes on behind the scenes before the curtain ever • rises. At least that's what we • l e a r n e d w h e n we v i s i t e d backstage before the lights came up on opening night of "You Call THIS Paradise?" at the Captiva

Community Center last Friday. There was action, all right. And lots of it. Technicians and directors were spouting orders, actors were gathered in little clusters vollying lines, and everywhere people were smoking. There was drama. A shriek was heard when somebody realized she had lost her script. And there were cries of panic when the call went out that the audience was

beginning to arrive. There was comedy. A great performance was given by one actor, for instance, who stood in a corner and had a lively conversation with the wall. It's been said that Sir Lawrence Olivier used to get so nervous before going onstage, he'd actually get sick. But when he walked Please see PERFORMANCES, next page

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Barbara Johnson, right, applies make-up to Lesia Stockall in the last hectic hour before curtain time at last Friday's opening performance of "You Call THIS Paradise?" Photo by David Dugatkin.

onstage, no one could guess he was anything but cool and composed. Some of the Pelican Players did equally smooth acting jobs — before the play. Some even insisted they weren't nervous at all. For instance Scott McPhee, a veteran with the Pelican Players, said he wasn't nervous as he rocked back and forth on his heels. He did remark, however, "I know all my lines...I just don't know where to put them." Jim Lamboy, another regular

character of the Mike Fuery comA newcomer to the Pelican edies, likened going onstage to Players group, Lesia Stockall, was jumping out of an airplane. absolutely serene. "I'm not ner"You're nervous for the first 60 vous at all, not at all. I'm ready to seconds. After that you're not." roll. This is an adventure," she Producer Carol Fuery was ada- said, adding that although she had mant. "You know I never get ner- never actually acted before, for vous. I'm just as calm as a rock," her every day is like being in a she said through clenched teeth. play. Brock J o h n s o n , a c t o r And backstage manager Mili technician-director, agreed. "For Backus, running here and there her every day is drama. We're trying to keep some semblance of order, paused long enough to ad- hoping she'll do comedy tonight," he quipped. mit that, "Yes, you get uptight."

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Who's the funniest of them all? Does the funniest person in America live in Southwest Florida? Q-96 FM, the Florida Motion Picture and Television Association, Palmer Communications and Jones Intercable, in cooperation with Showtime, the national pay television network, hope to find out at the Funniest Person in America local auditions beginning at 8 p.m. this Tuesday, Jan. 21, at Drinks City in Fort Myers. The Funniest Person in America is a national comedy competition conducted by Showtime and its affiliated cable systems to find the best "undiscovered" amateur comedian in the country. Contestants are videotaped and sent to Showtime for review by a panel of entertainment talent experts.

State winners will be announced and then narrowed to four finalists. Showtime subscribers will then have the opportunity to select the funniest from among the finalists during a special on-air presentation next year. Viewers will be able to call a 900-number to vote for their favorite. To compete you must perform three to eight minutes of your funniest material. All US citizens are eligible provided they have never appeared on television as a paid performer. For more information or to obtain a registration form, comedians should call Jones Intercable, 334-8055, or Q96 FM, 334-8135. Admission to the competition at Drinks City tonight is $5.

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rington and Bob Dormer and John Forster, Homer Ristow, Jeff Dean and Howard Seyffer. — Ralph Ariss, Clem Donnell, Dick Hawthrone, Rudy Bennardi notched second place by shooting plus four. On Friday, Jan. 10, 48 Beachview men journeyed to an off-Island tournament at Lockmoor Country Club. Jeff Dean, Joe Steinert, Buhl Burgoyne and Roy Hull grabbed the tournament victory by shooting 123. The best two-man team was Jim Force and Jim Briscoe. Back on Saturday, Jan. 4, the Beachview course felt the tread of 74 players. Jim Esson, George Brauch, Gene McDermott, Jim Ketcham finished first with a plus 12. Clem Donnell, Jerry Muench, Bill Reynold, and Carter Dewey pocketed second place with plus six. And Ralph Ariss, Elmo McClintock, E.Q. Johnson and Stan Condit went home in third with plus five. On the last day of 1985 the weather whipped up cool and windy and put a damper on the men. More than 60 players still hit the course, but the best score was only minus one for two teams. The winning teams were Harvey Gigstad, Don Purcell, Lee Gibson and Ray Howland, and Bob Manns, Pat McGuffin and Rudy Bennardi.

SPORTS QUIZ Football is topic for Super Bowl week Much to our amazement, Islanders believed that there was actually a "rut iron" used in golf. Well, they guessed right, and therefore six people are winners this week. Bill Canning, Pop Murphy, E.P. Bethune, Ann Bethune, Jimmy the Greek and the Associate all guessed both questions correctly. No one hesitated in naming David Graham as the 1981 US Open winner. He fired a seven under par 273 to win the 81st US Open in Ardmore, Perm. It was the second lowest US Open score in history. Nicklaus shot a 272 for-the record. And a''rut iron'' is a club with a small round head used for getting out of ruts, car tracks or similarly difficult places. It is also called a "track iron." This week we'll try football trivia because of the upcoming Super Bowl. First: Name the player who has played in three different Super Bowls with three different teams. And second: Name the first player to win four Super Bowl championship rings. Think you know? Give us a call at 472-5185. If you guess correctly you'll have your choice of an Islander t-shirt, a subscription to the paper or a Lighthouse Centennial poster.

Members of the DUNES MEN'S GOLF ASSOCIATION covered the fairways in a two man best ball with full handicap tournament on Wednesday, Jan. 15. Bob Curtis and Bill Botts grabbed first place by shooting 54 in the 18-hole division. Bob Jenkins and Bob Verdone took second place with 57, and Ed Reed and Jim Maneke wound up in third place with a 58 scores. Bob Bulcock and Joe Vasko corralled first place in the nine-hole division by shooting a 23 score. J. Walker and R. O'Neil finished with 24 for second place.

Above left: Handy Moore plays for the Sonesta Tennis Team. Above right: Bob Horak competes on the Dunes Men's Tennis Team. Photos by David Dugatkin.

Timbers ties with South Seas for first place in basketball In basketball competition last week Amies defeated Island Medical Clinic, 65-50, and Timbers beat South Seas II, 64-33. South Seas I received the "bye" win. Games tonight, Tuesday, Jan. 21, include Timbers versus South Seas I at 7 p.m.; and Arnies versus South Seas II at 8 p.m. Standings after last week's competition were as follows: Timbers, 6-1, South Seas I, 6-1, South Seas II, 3-4 Arnie's Army, 4-3 Island Medical, 2-5

Final sign-up is Saturday for Island Little League This Saturday, Jan. 25, will be the final sign-up and try-out for the Sanibel Little League. Registration will take from from 10 a.m. to noon at Sanibel Elementary School. The registration fee is $10. Sanibel has leagues for boys 5-13 years old and girls 8-14. For more information call league organizer Dick Muench, 472-2812.

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Courts and courses kept busy with golfers and tennis teams A seasoned, experienced DUNES TENNIS TEAM fell before a youthful Fiddlesticks team Jan. 11 at the Dunes, five matches to one. The results were as follows: Joe Heim and Bob Robertson of the Dunes prevented the shut out by defeating the Fiddlesticks team, 6-2, 7-6. Dan Conn and Bob Horak lost, 6-3, 6-1; Hank Ridell and John Kamosa lost, 4-6, 6-1, 6-3; Trace Green and Bob Healy lost, 6-0, 6-2; John Eickenlaub and Press Bassett lost, 6-3, 6-3; and Cal Gardenier and Dick Smith lost, 6-1,1-6, 6-1.

match of the season, 5-0, with the following scores: Jack Clark and Art Kurtz won, 6-4, 6-1; Dick Brashler and Frank Brown won, 7-5,6-3; Handy Moore and Charlie Moore won, 7-5, 6-3; Bob Lane and Scott Lane won, 6-2,6-1; and Bill Baker and George Bidder, 3-6, 7-5, 6-2. The group originally formed on Sanibel four years ago and has been adopted by Sonesta Sanibel Harbour. They now use the new Jimmy Connors U.S. Tennis Center as their home base.

The DUNES WOMEN'S GOLF ASSOCIATION ended its two- week Memorial Tournament on Jan. 17. The tournament was held in memory of two long-time members who died during the past year — Helen Ulrich and Helen Maas. In A flight 18-hole competition Audrey Derleth grabbed the title. She was followed by Donna Yaeche with the consolation prize. In B flight Eloise Diamond pocketed the victory, followed by Von Light in second. In C flight Judy Leeder won the title, followed by Ginny McKee. And in D flight Martha Kildow took home the best score, followed by Pearl Vasco with the consolation. The women also competed in nine-hole play. Phyllis Harvey grabbed first place in A flight, followed by Dorothy Becker. And in B flight for nine holes Ann Schettine shot her way to first place, followed by Ginny Glaeser in second place. Non-tournament players engaged in a low net-two woman event. Mary Minor and Muriel Nelson topped the field with 95. Marge Peck and Muriel Nelson shot 96 for second. And Jane Werner and Dot Ohlman shot 99 for third.

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Over-50 softball men win one, triple. Jim Cook and Bob Vartdal pitched the shutout win for the Sanibel team. Then on Thursday, the men found themselves in another close game. Close games have been the team's hallmark this year. In those close games they've won some and lost some to the tune of 7-6 record. Thursday they lost, 8-6, to Garcias. a team with a 10-2 record.

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The Bailey's of Sanibel over-50 mens softball team experienced both happiness and heartbreak last week, playing perhaps their best game of the year on Tuesday and then losing a close game on Thursday. On Tuesday, Sanibel beat Moose Lodge, 13-0. Jack Prase, Charlie Dufner and Mark McClintock all blasted homeruns to lead the learn. Al Nave chipped in with a

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Sanibel library seeks books for annual craft fair sale Have you cleared out your book shelves lately? The library will hold its annual used book sale as part of the Lions Club Arts and Crafts Fair set for Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 1 and 2. Your donation of used books will benefit both of these groups. Books, both hard cover and paperback, can be brought to the library at any time.

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Care-giving: Helping an Aging Loved One — Jo Home — The 85-andover age group represents the fastest growing segment of the United States population. While many in this group Pargeters — Norah Lofts — The can and do look after themselves, late Norah Lofts had a passion for others are incapacitated by either history. Coupled with her story-telling physical or mental ailments and need talents, this drive produced more than assistance of some degree. This book is 40 popular novels. This tale is set in aimed at anyone who has to take care England during.the Civil War. The of an aging relative. The most valuable pargeter of the title refers to a maker aspect of the book is the wealth of inforof molded plaster building decorations. mation it gives on where care-givers can go for assistance. An AARP book. Safekeeping — Gregory McDonald — 8-year-old Robby Burns is a radicalChariots for Apollo — Godfrey ly different kind of hero. Orphaned in Hodgson — This book pays homage to Britain during World War II, Robby the technicians, designers and others (heir to a dukedom) is shipped off to at Grumman Aerospace who worked the United States, where reporter for years to perfect a lunar module that Thaddeus Loury is to be his guardian. would transport the astronauts on the What follows is six days of misadven- first successful moon journey. ture as the boy is kidnapped, manages to escape and then witnesses a murder. How to Talk to Your Animals — A tongue-in-cheek diversion. Jean Craighead George — Barks, meows, cheeps, neighs, tail wags, stamps, rustles, and thumps — all have BIOGRAPHY something to say to us. If you have The Worlds of a Maasai Warrior — always wanted to respond in kind, this Teplit Saitoti — In this autobiography book will tell you how. Jean George Saitoti tells how he faced the uses both anecdotes and research to challenges brought on by exposure to reveal how much animals have to say new ways and cultures as he moved and how we can respond in language from the African veldt to Europe and the animal can understand. then to the United States. His quest for education enabled Saitoti to record the culture of his people and then return to Lloyd's of London - Godfrey the Maasailand to help them survive. A Hodgson — Lloyd's, a one-time cofferare glimpse into the ways of this fablhouse, is now the greatest center for ined tribe and a collision of cultures. surance in the world and a major factor in international economy. Hodgson, a veteran reporter, recounts the colorful, NON-FICTION sometimes melodramatic history and Are You Sure It's Arthritis? — inner drama of the firm. Paul Davidson — Feeling aches and pains? You're certainly not alone. But

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shore. No more working charts until 5your eyes cross. You can connect my unit into an auto pilot and let it take over for you. But the units are going out of date almost yearly. So if you want to keep up with all the amazing navigational functions these computers can do, plan on yours being old in a couple of years. Costs now are as low as I've seen them. I paid $555 through a mail order catalogue. About eight years ago they sold for $3,000. LORANS are invaluable for certain types of fishing, particularly for offshore grouper and snapper. Finding a certain tarpon hole at night is nearly impossible without any close landmarks, but several learning to trust it. When it says your next mark is guides use LORANS to return to their exact spots. due west and your instincts say go north, you better In other marine happenings, it looks like the go west. That was shown to me several times on Spanish mackerel population is dropping further, so those foggy mornings. a new law on these migratory fish probably will be I did discover one problem with the LORAN, passed. however. Perhaps this is unique to my Apelco unit, The Florida Marine Fisheries Commission has but I find that I can overrun a waypoint if I don't voted to set a limit of four mackerel per person, per slow down about 200 yards before reaching the destination. I believe this is because the unit updates day. At present, there is no number limit as long as the information every 30 seconds, and in that time the fish measure a foot long. you can travel past a mark. The only time I dredged Last fall we had very poor runs of Spanish sand in the fog was because of this problem. mackerel. Some that were caught hardly measured Here are a few of my overall thoughts about 10 inches. Millions have been netted by offshore LORANS for those of you who are considering purcommercial interests, and the result is that the chasing one. They are complicated, and from talking breeding stock has almost been eliminated. with several owners I've found many people have If the governor and cabinet pass the recommendalearned to use only a few of the many things the tions later this month, the measure should become units can do. Practice, practice, practice — or else law immediately. Gone are the days of "loading the you have an expensive piece of plastic on your boat. boat," which days are directly responsible for our LORANS are great for long-range navigation along problems at present. .

About a month ago I purchased a small on-board navagational computer called a LORAN-C. I had a lot of problems just reading the manual, let alone working the machine. This week I'll talk about several things, including the !&?!•#! LORAN. After I had had the unit for three days the only thing I had mastered was how to make it tell time. I got so proficient at it that I could run the count-down clock and the elapse timer. But I was due for a setback. Once properly installed on the boat, the unit sat there blinking and babbling away in beeps and chirps. To tell you the truth. I was getting kind of fond of it — even if I couldn't make it do anything but tell time. One of my customers was very impressed. "Oh, YOU'VE got a LORAN?" he said. I knew then that sooner or later someone would ask me what the LORAN actually did. I mean, I couldn't keep telling them what time it was, could I? So each day I would work with the LORAN. Much to my relief, things started to fall into place once I learned the basic functions. I went to certain navigational points and punched the waypoints into memory. A few days later that became a great help. Just after Christmas we had several very foggy mornings. Boats were running aground all over Pine Island Sound. I had programmed into the LORAN the routes to get me into the safer gulf water. When the fog was the worst, I simply let the LORAN guide me to the turning points. I guess the biggest problem I had to overcome was

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Incidentally, three kinds of angel wings are found around the Islands. The one mentioned here was the standard size, three to five inches tall These interesting shells do look somewhat like wings Lives ones are bury themselves in eight to 16 inches of mud along the mud bars of the Pine Island Sound. They send a feeding tube up to the top to take in water and to filter out unwanted elements. They live in colonies Two other smaller wings are also found The false angel wing is found more often on the gulf side of the Islands. These white shells only measure two inches or so and occasionally can be found in pairs. The fallen angel wing is one of my favorites because of its delicate, curving form. The fallen wing is more difficult to find, and many shellers often think it's broken because they do not have the long, tapered bottom points as do the other two kinds. Good shelling this week. And please try to observe the limit of two lives shells per species per person.

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I heard an interesting shelling story the other day that involved an extremely rare set of angel wings, the Shaw of Iran and a Captiva Island shell collector. A few days ago a woman called to talk about shelling. In the course of our conversation she mentioned that she had been shelling on Sanibel Island since the late 1930s. She went on about how interesting it was, adding that most shelling in those days involvBy Capt. Mike Fuery ed taking living shells. But it was not nearly as bad for the live shell community as it is today, because thousands more people come to the Isalnds every year now. ingham dug up a perfect set of yellow angel wings. Anyway, she asked if I had ever known a woman The common color is white, and occasionally there is named Cunningham who ran a shell shop on Capa tinge of pink in some. But a yellow pair in perfect tiva. I didn't, but subsequent calls to friends turned condition is quite a discovery. up recollections of the woman. Through contact she had with other shell dealers it It seems that Mary Cunningham was a widow who fell in love with Captiva and bought a small house on became known that a perfect set of wings was for sale. As the story goes, the son of the Shaw of Iran the Island. We think the house was close to where heard about the shell. He flew into Fort Myers, the post office now sits. She was an avid sheller and chartered a boat and came to Captiva to meet Mrs. soon decided to open part of her small house as a Cunningham. It is said that the Shaw's son paid $500 shell shop. for the find. Apparently she did her own collecting, especially True or not, it's a great story. I wish anyone who in the flats off Pine Island Sound. It was there that knows more about the story or Mrs. Cunningham she came upon a most unusual set of angel wings. would write or call me. According to the story I was told, Mrs. Cunn-

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Test your knitting skills on this textured pullover By BARBARA BOULTON

This lovely sampler of knitting stitches — which looks harder than it actually is — becomes wearable art. The easiest stitch is the garter at the base and on the sleeves. With an uneven number of stitches, work each row in knit 1, purl 1, always ending with a knit and starting with a knit. The woven stitch is worked over a 17-stitch square. Abbreviations used are K for knit, P for purl, SL for slip (simply pass the stitch from the left to right needle without knitting it), ST for stitch, REP for repeat, YF, for bring the yarn forward between the needles, and YB for move the yarn to the back between the needles. YF, SL 1, YB, K 1; REP from • to Rowl K l , end. Row 2 P Row 3 K 2, • YF, SL 1, YB, K 1; REP from • to last ST, K 1. Row 4: P. The eyelet mock cable is an interesting square in this sampler. You don't need a cable needle to execute

NEEDLE POINTS By Barbara Boulton this stitch. The special abbreviations used are PSSO for pass the slipped stitch over other stitches and off the needle, and YO for wrap the yarn around the right needle to make a new stitch. Row 1: P 2, • SL 1, K 2, PSSO, P 2; REP from • three times. Row 2: K 2, • P 1 , YO, P 1 , K 2; REP from • three times. Row 3: P 2, • K 3, P 2; REP from • three times. Row 4: K 2, • P 3, K 2; REP from • three times. The arrow rib cable is the most involved stitch. The

added abbreviations in this pattern are KB for knit in back of the stitch, T2F for place the next stitch on a cable needle and hold in front of work as you knit the next stitch, then knit the stitch from the cable, T2B for the same thing except hold the stitch on the cable needle in back of your work, and X for times. Rowl:Pl,KBl,Pl,T2F,P3,KBl,P3,T2B,Pl, KB 1, P 1. Row 2: K 1, P 1, K 2, P 1, (K3, P 1) 2X, K 2, P 1, K 1. Row 3: P 1, KB 1, P 2, T2F, P 2, KB 1, P 2, T2B, P 2, KB 1, P 1. R o w 4 : K l , P l , K 3 , P l , (K2.P1) 2X,K3,P1,K1. Row 5: P 1, KB 1, P 3, T2F, P 1, KB 1, P 1, T2B, P 3, KB 1, P 1. ROW6:K1,P1,K4,P1,(K1,P1)2X,K4,P1,K1.

Row7: P1, KB 1, P 4, T2F, KB 1, T2B, P 4, KB 1, P 1 . ROW8:(K1,P1)2X,K4,P1,K4,P1,K1,P1,K1.

You will need 450 yards of a firm, smooth or slightly textured yarn. It should be slightly fuller than a worsted weight. Cotton mixed with a baby acrylic or worsted acrylic mixed with crochet cotton isja good weight. Please see NEEDLE POINTS, next page

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iith No. 11 needles, cast on 63 stitches, ^rk the seed stitch for four rows. Set up the patterns on this row: K 3, place marker on edle, work 17 stitches from Row 1 of arrow rib, place arker, K 3, place marker, work 17 stitches from Row of eyelet mock cable, place marker, K 3, place .arker, work 17 stitches from the first row of the ftven stitch, place marker, K 3. Keeping the garter Itch as the three-stitch dividers, complete 24 rows of patterns (three rounds of the arrow rib and six inds of the cable and woven stitches). Cnit four rows. york 24 rows with the woven stitch first, the arrow i in the middle and the cable on the end. Snit two rows. \t the beginning of the next row, cast on 17 stitches • the sleeve. Seed stitch 17, place marker, knit to end [row. Cast on 17 stitches for other sleeve. Seed stitch place marker, knit to last marker, seed stitch the 117. /ork 24 rows of seed stitch 17, K 3, cable, K 3, woven Jtch, K 3, arrow rib, K 3, seed stitch 17. ' [nit eight rows. • neckline, K 34, loosely bind off 29, K 34. Turn, K cast on 29, K 34.

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Knit six rows. Work 24 rows of seed stitch, K 3, arrow rib, K 3, woven stitch, K 3, cable, K 3, seed stitch. Bind off 17 stitches, knit to last marker, seed stitch, bind off 17 stitches, knit to end. Knit two more rows. Work 24 rows of K 3, cable, K 3, arrow rib, K 3, woven stitch, K 3 Knit four rows Work 24 rows of K 3, woven stitch, K 3, cable, K 3, arrow rib, K 3. Seed stitch four rows. Bind off loosely. Overcast side and underarm seams with matching, yarns. Barbara Boulton, a former school teacher in New Jersey, has been needleworking for more than 20 years and has had her Idle Hours shop on Sanibel since 1976. If you have any questions about the the above article or about your own needlework projects, stop by Idle Hours, 2440 Palm Ridge Road, from 9 to 10 a.m. Mondays, 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays, and 9 to 10 a.m. Thursdays. Help sessions are free with a $10 purchase or $5 per hour.

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The Board of Commissioners of the Captiva Erosion Prevention District will hold its regular meetings the first Monday of the month unless that date is a National Holiday, then it will be postponed until the following Monday. The meetings will begin at 9:00 a.m. at the Captiva Community Center Complex. All meetings of the District are open to the public pursuant to F.S. § 286.011 (1983).

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the banner of Barrier Island Nature Series. Those who were working on other aspects of the open house last week were, back row, left to right: Steve Phillips, Ed Underhill, Jerry Melum and Ken Preston. Middle row, left to right: Bill MacKay, Jim Krieger, Ruth Deuber and Carol Allin. Front row, left to right: Kathy Boone, Twink Underhill, Peg Johnson and Rose Timmer. Photo by David Dugatkin.

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Tuesday, January 21,1986

The ISLANDER The ISLANDER

Use an abnormal opening lead to mislead the declarer South dealer Both sides vulnerable

By ALFRED SHEINWOLD

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When the opponents bid a slam with great confidence, you might be unable to beat them by normal means. If your partner is probably out of the picture, try an abnormal opening lead in the hope of misleading declarer. When this week's hand came along in a recent team contest, Los Angeles expert Frank Kimball decided his partner probably held a hand that no respectable cat would drag into the house. Kimball therefore aimed a spitball at declarer by leading the jack of spades. South took the ace and king of spades, his red winners and the ace of clubs, discovering very little. He next cashed the king of clubs to see if the

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••CYCLE S H O P • • • • • 7 DAYS

472 - 5577 FINNIMORE'S CYCW SHOP

Season is Here! Don't forget Reservations going rapidly

Duplicate Bridge Monday evening, Jan. 13 13 tables Mitchell Movement I North-South 1. Kay and Roy Hickes 2. Frieda and Jacob Goodman

Duplicate Bridge Thursday afternoon, Jan. 16 10 tables Mitchell Movement North-South 1. Norma Loos and Ginny Reeves 2. Harriet MacKinnon and Billie McDonald 3. Helen Bassett and Dot Grogan East-West 1. Ev Horton and Cleone Tiffany 2. Mary Inex Fisher and Lucy Sutherland 3. Virginia Ehret and Kitty Rose

FINDING THE RIGHT PRINTING COMPANY TO DOYOUR WORK CAN BE TRICKY!

LOWEST PRICES FREE AIRPORT PICK - UP A N D DELIVERY LOWEST RATES

(Friends in Service Here)

472-O4O4 When you need help, call this FISH service number

Ducane CAS GRILLS

All Appliance Parts assembles the grill free of charge and stocks parts for the Ducane Grill.

• THREE COMPLETELY INDEPENDENT BURNERSTWO FOR GRILLING, ONE FOR ROTISSING.

• ROTIS-A-GRATE® ROTISSES FROM BEHIND THE MEAT. NO FLARE-UPS OR GREASE FIRES!

• FIVE YEAR WARRANTY ON BURNERS, HOOD, FIREBOX & STAINLESS STEEL LA-VA-GRATE

• STAINLESS STEEL LA-VA-GRATE™

WE ALSO STOCK GAS GRILL REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR MOST MAKES AND MODELS.

VAPORIZES JUICES NO NEED FOR A GREASE CUP!

THE BREEZE CORPORATION 2510 Del Prado Blvd., Cape Coral, FL 33904 (813) 574-1110

CAPE CORAL RENT-A-CAR, INC. (813) 542-2025

FISH of Sanibel

ON SALE. . .

WHY NOT CALL RON METZ AT THE BREEZE CORPORATION AND LET HIM SHOW YOU WHAT CAN BE DONE AT A REASONABLE RATE.

V1RUDE

Limited Quantities in Stock Engines only No Trades at These Low Prices

Bridge for Fun Wednesday, Jan. 15 11. Dan Swinney 2. Ruth Putz 13. Frances Dunlap

3. Helen and Preston Bassett East-West l. Anne and Trace Green 2-3. Carolyn and Dick Wilson 2-3. Adele and Karl Stark

I ALL APPLIANCE PARTS | CAPE CORAL 4419-1 Del Prado Blvd.

542-3800 Next to Weaver's

FORT MYERS 2309 Fowler St. 334-1061 Block N. of Edison

SOUTH FORT MYERS 15131 McGregor Blvd. 481-3420 Next to Norton Tire

P.O. BOX 291 CAPE CORAL

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PERIWINKLE WAY CQ t i l

* ANSWER Bid four spades. Since you have 10 high-card points, you know that the combined count is 26 to 28 points. In addition, you may count one point for the doubleton, and partner may likewise have a distributional point that may be counted for a trump contract. Bid game at once since partner may be too weak to accept a mere invitation to game.

Three bridge games are played each |week at the Sanibel Community I Association. "Duplicate Bridge" meets I Monday evening and Thursday afternoon. "Bridge for Fun" meets WednesI day afternoon. Last week's scores were I as follows:

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6850 McGregor Blvd. Ft. Myers • 481.8800

150 H.P. XLONG $4,295 175H.RXLONG $4,695 235H.P. XL0NG $4,995

10% OFF 3jor more Bikes. I 1O%-6O% OFF 2 weeks or more I Also tandem, BMX, Cniid Bikes. I Free Delivery & Pick UD. ••FINNIMORESHMHHM8-6

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queen would drop. When nothing good happened, he led a spade and finessed with dummy's nine, assuming that West had led from the J-10. Down two. If West opened a "safe" red card, South would cash his three spades with the club finesse in reserve. The spades would break, and South would have his 13 tricks without a finesse.

DEEP LAGOON

BICYCLE RENTALS TIME 1 hr. 4hr. 24hr. week

POINT COUNT

29B

Tuesday, January 21,1986

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1223 Periwinkle (Next to Gib's Restaurant)

Look Familiar?

PERKINS RESTAURANTS NOW INTERVIEWING New 24-hour full service restaurant located in Summerlin Square Shopping Center, Summerlin Rd. & San Carlos Blvd., Fort Myers Beach. OPENING EARLY FEBRUARY. Career opportunities available for enthusiastic people. All positions for day & night shifts must be filled, including: Waitress-Waiter, Line Cooks, Bus & Dish, Host-Hostess, and Supervisory. Part-time & full-time shifts available. Experienced preferred, but will train.

INTERVIEWS Stop by our furnished model located in the Dunes subdivision and you will understand why so many people build with Sanibel Homes. House and lot packages available, specializing in custom design. Stock homes from $48,900. Call or stop for additional information. MODEL HOURS MON.-FRI. 8-5 WEEKEND, BY APPT.

1028 SAND CASTLE RD. . THE DUNES SANIBEL, FLORIDA 33957 PHONE: 813/472-2881 CG004385

PERKINS1 RESTAURANT SUMMERLIN ROAD AT SAN CARLOS BLVD. MONDAY-SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M. 466-2800

The Islands' favorite Newspaper presentsthe Islands' most effective classifieds. Call

Classifieds

472-1418

RESULTS

Come to Nu-Cape forthe only riverfront condominiums W s riahO Nu-CflPf i< the one lo come to... and uoure in luck muse

Nu-Cape just happens to Iv the finest builder

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' and developer in Cape Coral Wve built ami developed over 1(1) condominiums and our reputation \or a.uahlu and service „ r f ' is unequalled. Broker Participation Invited ••

Our latest riverfront-project THE RIVER'S- is einu Ini a Uu-Cape tlwrouaMned. 2 floor plans, mder-lmildina parkina. ', ' . . . M M . ... wimminu pools, toil tosin. rwrfronl location and so much •»"»•' Visit our furnished Moaeis at. _,_9 MODEL OPEN DAILY 10 A.M.-5 P.M. CALL 549-3332.

THE RIVER'S 4013 SE 20th Place Bayshore 4622 SW Santa Barbara Place Riverside Beach 6090 W. Riverside Drive

549-3od^

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The ISLANDER

PLUMBING

ERVICE "DIRECTORY '~ ' '

• ANSWERING SERVICE • CATERING • CLEANING • FLORIST •FRAMING •HAIRCARE • HAULING •LANDSCAPING • PAINTERS

•PHOTOGRAPHY • PLUMBING •(RENTALS • REPAIRS & BUILDING • SALES & SERVICE • SECURITY • SHIPPING • TRAVEL • UPHOLSTERY

FLORIST

PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS

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472-1323

LICENSED INSURED

Dean DesRochers - owner/operator - Native Lee countian

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of Sanlbel-Captlva Flowers, Plants, Gifts

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LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE SERVICE Serving the residents of Sanibel & Captiva

Award winnina Designer

(813) 472-0885

472-3125

CAROLYN'S CUSTOM CATERING The Reel Eel 472-2674



(813) 472-6746

"WE DO IT ALL, AND WE DO ITRIGHT"

ISLAND FRAMING 2426 Palm Ridge Raod Sanibel, Florida 33957

sanibel's Largest Residential Lawn Maintenance company

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LICENSED, INSURED VACANCY CHECKS

PAINTERS

HAIRCARE

GINNY & BOB JOYCE

Til

Cleaning by Judy 472-O658

Home • Condo • Office Home Watch Service New Construction Cleans

KINGSTON BARBER a n d STYLIST 3 Barbers PHONE 466-0102

Judy & Howard "Ho" Itel Sanibel Residents

YOUR HOME •No take-down, rehang • No hnr<» windows •No loss of security or privacy' •Professionally dry-cleaned •No shrinking or stretching

CALL FOR FREE QUOTATION

PARADISE PAINTER

PAINTER OF SANIBEL Robert (Bob) Kornleck

• Dependable • Quality • References

Wallpapering — Painting Pressure Cleaning 25 Yrs. Experience

463-5062

472-5646

KINGSTON SQUARE Mon.-Fri. 8:30-5 Sat. 8:30-12

!Pa/*S

HAIR CARE

Individual care for the entire family PAT KAIR. MARTHA LARMANN STYLISTS

PRETTY SIDE OUT

Call 472-5185 for space in this Service Directory

Paperhanging 472-5353/ 472-4101

QUALITY PAINTING & SIGNS

Now accepting residential and commercial work for the season. Free estimates no short cuts. All work scraped, caulked, primed and trenched.

481-8889

2248 Periwinkle Way (behind Dunham's of Maine & Nimble Thimble)

472-2425

PHOTOGRAPHY

UPHOLSTERY Gently Cleaned Thoroughly • Safely Safely Deep Cleaned Shags»Orientals Wools' ""othetics PlUSl. V-v.. . ^

24 HOUR EMERGENCY WATER EXTRACTION

Haitian Cotton Chintz • Velvets Wool • Synthetics

WEEKLY VACANCY CHEC.w

Duraclean by HABITAT TECTONIC. INC.

Phone 472-5185

SECURITY

472-9109

Security Systems

Chemicals Cleaners Filters

RENTALS

• Burglar • Fire • fTledical Alarm Systems

Solar Systems Heaters Blankets

Sanibel's Only 24 Hour Central Station Alarm Service

ISLAND CONDO MAINT. 472-4505 Call 472-5185 for space in this Service Directory

472-3311

365 days a year 24 hours day

gfflPPING

Office 939-2212 Home 482-6645

10% DISCOUNT WITH THIS AD

Your Island Cadillac Specialist

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VAL WARD CADILLAC, INC. 12626 Tamiami Trail South Ft. Myers, FL 33907 SALES SERVICE

For All Your Island Rental Needs

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• INTERSTATE & LOCAL MOVING • RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL • NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL 1»1

LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT

ADDRESS. IN THE JUNGLE BEHINO NAVE PLUMBING AT THE SANIBEL SQUARE SHOPPING AREA.

HOME DELIVERY

SALES • SERVICE Riders, Walk Mowers Trimmers, Blowers, Generators

JEFF GUMINIAK

PHONE 939-7983

Insuri'd

TRAVEL • CRUISES •TOURS •AMTRAK •GROUP TRAVEL • AIRLINE TICKETS • TRAVEL INSURANCE

ISLAND CONDO MAINTENANCE

REPAIRS & BUILDING

I*O5 Periwinkle 4 7 2 - 4 5 0 5 "TSSSLJf !££ IllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllUllllllllillUllllillllll

472-0555

CARPETS

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Periwinkle

SWIMMING POOL SERVICE, SUPPLIES, REPAIRS

SANIBEL 472-0088 CAPTIVA 472-9600

CUSTOM TILE

Repairs Refinishing

RANDY MOORE

Andersen's TV

T. Sharp 472-6247

275-9660

TV REPAIR BY PROFESSIONALS

Quality Work Island References

DEAN'S

General Cleanup and Hauling

Vegetation & Construction Cleanup

HAULING 466-1617

'MACHINE TIME

THE ISLAND CAMERA SHOP FOR FILM & FINE ACCESSORIES 1571 Periwinkle Way 472-1086

• • • • •I • | | •

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Service on all brands Bring Your TV In For Fast Service

This Space Can Be Yours! Call 472-5185

No Job Too Big or Small

HANK'S 472-58U

FINE FURNITURE RESTORATION

DRYWALL, PLASTER & STUCCO REPAIRS

.DEVELOPING AND PRINTING

HAULING

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ISLAND CONDO MAINTENANCE Located Behind

Adjacent to Gulf Station

30 year resident • 12 years experience Oscar L. Gavin

ISLAND EQUIPMENT RENTAL

For all your-clean/ng needs call

Licensed on Sanibel/Captiva

Open 8 30-5 30 6 days Closed Sundays

For Service Directory Information

LOWMAN BROWN

472-6719 FREE ESTIMATES MAID SERVICE

TOUGH-GUARD POLISHING CARPET SHAMPOOING AUTO DETAILING

COMPLETE PLUMBING SERVICE

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OPEN 7 DAYS

— CLEAN N'SHINE — RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL

CAR WASH

Bonded

Sanibel, Florida 33957

P.O."BOX 338 SANIBEL, FL 33957

FRAMING

HOME & CONDO CtlANING

Licensed

REPAIRS • REMODELS • NEW CONSTRUCTION

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Trimmers, Blowers Chain Saws accessories

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EQUIPMENT

Grant North

ISLAND GREENERY LANDSCAPING & LAWN MAINTENANCE

Call 472-5185

CLEANING

SALES & SERVICE

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Insured

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813-472-2853

Owner • Master Plumber Jerry Schlegel PO. Box 1382

For Service Directory Information

Mon.-Sat. 10-5

LAWN CARE>

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RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL

Palm Florist

1711 Periwinkle Way

Licensed • Bonded • Insured • Reliable Steven Greenfield

"Home of the Chocolate Alligator" 472-3828

REMODELS • NEW CONSTRUCTION

TOMBING

Land Clearing • Topping & Shaping • Chipper • Claw Truck • Hauling •

FLAMINGOS

• Residential • Commercial • Complete Repair & Remodeling Service

REPAIRS

Master Plumber

5 YEARS EXPERIENCE

Deliveries to Ft. Myers & Hospitals 2240 Periwinkle Way Sanibel Square

CATERING

Call 472-1101

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FREE ESTIMATE

2240 Palm Ridge Rd. 1633 Periwinkle Way 472-2112 • 472-2415 472-2061 • 472-0187

24 HR. ANSWERING SERVICE PAGERS AVAILABLE FAST • EFFICIENT • CONFIDENITAL Unanswered calls cost you money Reasonable Rates

Sales & Service

Quality Work & Dependable service

FULL SERVICE: FRESH, SILK & DRIED Serving Sanibel & Captiva for 10 Years

§ALES & SERVICE

Sanibel Creative Tile Co.

2244A Periwinkle Way

DEAN'S TREE SERVICE

Weeds

^REPAIRS & BUILDING

31B

Nave Plumbing

LANDSCAPING

THE ISLAND FLORIST

ANSWERING SERVICE

The ISLANDER

Tuesday, January 21,1986

TEXTURE or POPCORN CEILING FINISH

Free Estimates

J. KANE DRYWALL Licensed, Insured 23 Years Experience

542-3360 549-5550 ANYTIME

Miner's Plaza 481-8111 0 &

SERVICE

472-3171

UPHOLSTERY FREE ESTIMATES PICK-UP AND DELIVERY

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VTVLOCKSMITH and SECURITY SERVICES, INC. • • • •

1618 Periwinkle Way

FLAMINGO UPHOLSTERY

SALES V

Counselor

Door Hardware • Alarm Systems SHARPENING — Scissors, Knives, Saw Blades Retail Sales 24 Hour Lock Service Mon.-sat. 8:30-5

472-2394

LIME TREE CENTER

(813) 472-O885 Grant North P.O. Box 1382

Jerry Schlegel

Sanibel Florida 33957

32B

Tuesday, January 21,1986

The ISLANDER

Tuesday, January 21,1986

MISCELLANEOUS WANTED WANTED TO BUY INSTANT CASH F o r one piece or complete household furniture. ApS c e s , fishing, misc. equipment Call day or night 7650718. MPed to furnish 2 bedroom duplex. Please call if you have Jny items to sell. Call 472-9383 after6 PM. (2_n)

CATEGORIES (Circle One) Animals Antiques Automotive Business Opportunity Exchange/Trade Garage Sales Help Wanted Interval for Sale Jewelry Legal Notice Lost and Found Marine Misc. Wanted Misc. for Sale Real Estate to Share Real Estate for Rent Real Estate for Sale Real Estate Wanted Services Special Notices Travel

n ASSIFIED COUPON 'PLEASE PRINT your ad, one word per space. Longer

Questar— World's finest naturalists' spotting scope. Call George C a m p b e l l , 472-2825. (TFN) Air filter. Excellent for use in asthmatic bedroom while sleeping. Phone 472-1694. (TFN)

D VISA D MASTER CARD ACCOUNT NO

CALL

472-1418 Mon.-Thurs. 9-5 DEADLINE-FRI. NOON

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER FICTIOUS NAAAE

Lost: Two diamond rings, either at Caribe Resort or between Caribe Resort and King's Crown. Worthwhile reward. 472-0687. (1-21)

Island photographer available for freelance assignments. Specializing in portraits, real estate, aerial photography, weddings and commercial work. Call David Meardon at 472-2346. (TFN)

STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY OF L E E Before me personally appeared Timothy J. Murty and Donald J. Southwick to me well known to me to be the persons described in and who executed the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged to and before me that they executed said instrument for the purposes therein expressed. WITNESS my hand and official seal, this 7th day of January, I986. DIANNE J . L Y N N Notary Public My commission expires 9/27/88 (2-11)

REALTOR* VIP REALTY GROUP, INC. 5301 San Cap Rd. (across from Wulfert Rd.)

813/472-3456

The S o u t h w e s t F l o r i d a Regional Alligator Association needs a few dollars for the repair and painting of a alligator trap. If you have a dollar or two to spare, please mail it to box 685, Sanibel, FL 33957. This trap has helped many people in their time of desperation. It is time to reweld and repaint it. Please help. (TFN)

TRAVEL Fantastic East African safaris with George Campbell. Write Box 685, Sanibel, Florida 33957 or call (813) 472-2825 around 6 p.m.

Responsible individual looking to maintain your lawn. Call 472-9669 after 6 p.m. (TFN)

(TFN) EXECUTIVE REMODELING 35 years experience. Nothing too small. Room additions, garages, sliding door, kennels, decks and docks. Affordable prices. References. 481-5339. (TFN)

GETAWAY SAILING SCHOOL Three and seven day courses. Accomodations available at (TFN) 'Tween Waters Inn. Brochure. Call collect (813)472-4042 or Absolutely the best Galapagos write Box 788, Captiva, FL Island expeditions with George Campbell. Write Box 685, 33924-0788. (2-4) Sanibel, Florida 33957 or call (813) 472-2825 around 6 p.m. (TFN) Professional landscape maintenance service, mowing, edging, trimming, weed conCHRISTIAN MEXICAN t r o l , plant installation. CRUISE by Christian Film Ministries, March 9-14, 1986. Reasonable rates. Call Steve Sullivan 472-6840. D-S443 T-S397 Q-S379, com(TFN) plete. Includes stops at Key West, Playa del Carmen & Cozumel. Singspirational General Cleaning in your music, workshops, movies. home, condo. References. Call Communion under the stars. Chris, 472-4477. 466-1145 463-7575 ( 2 1 1 ) (2-11) MASSAGETHERAPY herapeutic massage for elaxation and rehabilitation, Caribbean Sailing, a vacation elief of stress, headaches, adventure, island hopping, atigue, poor circulation, back relaxation and more. For compain, edema. plete information and booking Swedish write: Yacht Charters, P.O. Deep Tissue Box 744, Sanibel, FL 33957. Shiatsu Power vessels also available. Reflexology (813)472-0272. Neuromuscular (1-21) Polarity DIANASILVERSTONE, Lie. Massage Therapist 5% Discount on any ISLAND TOWER PLAZA 1619 Periwinkle Way cruise or tour with Unit 105-A downstairs this coupon. ByAPPT. 472-5579 Gift Certificates

VIP TRAVEL 275-0025

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(TFN

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

House, Condo cleaning. Experienced, efficient. References. Call Loretta 472-9270. (1-28) Baby sitting at your home, mature woman. Call 472-9270. (1-28) LOCAL HANDYMAN JIM HILL 472-3971 (4-1)

Light Hauling. Competitive. Dependable. Call 472-2539. (12-31) Chair caning, all types, free pick up and delivery. Phone 472-1217 d a y s , 472-6731 evenings.

Dates.

PREP COOKS & DISHWASHERS Salary $200/week & meals. Dishwasher same plus tips. Part time available. CAFE ORLEANS 472-5700 (TFN) Arnies Grocery & Deli looking for full and part time help. Deli experience h e l p f u l . Call 472-6656. (1-21)

HELP WANTED WANTED: Real estate sales associate. Experience not necessary, but preferred. Call HELEN THOMAS REALTY, Captiva, 472-6669.

(TFN)

Applications are now being accepted for full time day help at THE ISLAND STORE on Captiva. Previous retail grocery store experience helpful. Call 472-2374. (1-21)

Outgoing, vigorous persons needed to staff exciting new active wear store in Captiva approximately 30 hours weekly. Some early evening hours, retail experience helpful. Call Lisa, 472-5111, ext. 7141. (TFN)

Part time experienced sales help. Men's and Women's sportswear. Pelican's Roost at 'Tween Waters Inn. Call Mary Strong at 472-2176. (1-21)

Help wanted full or part time. Benefits. Burger Emporium. Call 472-2500. (TFN)

Experienced cook full time days. Timmy's Nook, 472-9444, (1-21)

Part-time handyman assistant. Ideal for after school job. Phone 472-6991. (TFN)

Part-time delivery driver for island florist. Call 472-3125. (1-28)

Bus, p a n t r y , c a s h i e r , host/hostess needed. Benefits available. Tolls paid. Letizias. Call Sue 472-2177. (1-21)

Chef's assistant, Jean Paul's French Corner by the Post Office, 472-1493.

Dishwasher evenings, Jean Paul's French Corner, by the Post Office. 472-1493. (TFN)

WAITRESS-BARTENDER Apply at the Dunes Country Club or call 472-3355, 9-5, Monday thru Friday. (|28)

Mechanic for small engine repair. Call 472-4505 between 8 & 4 for interview. (TFN) Kitchen Help, all positions. Also, waitresses, busers & h o s t e s s . Coconut Grove Restaurant, 472-1366. (TFN) Accountant/Bookkeeper full or part time. Write up work and income tax experience preferred. Call 472-5152.

1984 Camaro V-6 sport coupe, $1,000 d o w n , t a k e over payments of $221. Phone 472-0822. (2-11)

OFFICE SPACE Shared office with other professionals. Four private offices plus secretarial/reception and common work area. Convenient location near Blind Pass easily accessible from Captiva and Sanibel. Excellent for winter or year round office. (813)472-3571 eves. 8. weekends. (TFN)

ONLY TWO LEFT!

REAL ESTATE WANTED Responsible, working, single mother of one child wants I or 2 bedroom apartment, annual lease. Call 472-4477. (1-28) Wanted to Rent/Sanibel House for six months, mid-October/86 to mid-April/87. 2 responsible adults/no children or other pets. Apply — D.M. Mackinnon, 661 Oliva St., Sanibel, FL 33957,(813)472-0596. (2-4)

'79 Toyota Corolla SR5 liftback — A/C, AM/FM radio, good condition. Asking $1,750, Call Paula, 472-5185 days or 542-3240 evenings. (TFN)

COMMERCIAL RENTALS PRIME RETAIL SPACE CAPTIVA

MARINE Hobie Cat with trailer. In good shape 472-9669 after 6 p.m. (TFN)

Boat docks for rent monthly, yearly. Check our rates. Four Winds Marina. Call (813)283-0250.

Excellent high traffic location, directly across from South Seas Plantation entrance. 810 square feet available. Call Sue Ritchie at 472-0913 for details.

Leased by Priscilla Murphy Realty, Inc. REALTOR (TFN)

680 sq. ft. Office Suites located in the Heart of Sanibel... 1619 Periwinkle at ISLAND TOWER PLAZA Rent lost than $10 sq. ft. Flexible terms.

CALL BOB 472-1581

Prime Location on Periwinkle Way. Free standing building for rent or lease option. Call Commercial Dept., Staffile 8. Haywood Rental, Inc., Realtor, 813/549-8121. (2-11)

OFFICE SPACES AVAILABLE WITH WATER VIEW PELICAN PLACE 2440 Palm Ridge Road, Sanibel

472-1439

8th ANNUAL SARASOTA ANTIQUES SHOW & SALE January 24-25-26 Nat. Guard Armory, 2890 Ringling Blvd. (Next to Fairground). Friday & Saturday—Noon to 9 pm; Sunday—Noon to 5 pm. Adm. S2.50, with this ad $2. A JEFF STEWART PROMOTION. (1-21)

lONA SCHOOLHOUSE PROFESSIONAL CENTER

Sunfish with trailer, extra sail and dagger board. $750. Call 472-9282, leave message. (1-21)

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY ARE YOU CREATIVE?? Do you like to decorate? Decorating Den — a national interior decorating comepany is opening on Sanibel. We are looking for a qualified person who wants to be an interior decorator and own their own business. Complete training program. Call Mr. Brown at (813)484-1092. (1-28) Enter ground floor level of Florida-based network marketing company. Business

REALTOR® VIP REALTY GROUP, INC. 5301 San Cap Rd.

WSSTl -WES. STB Pelican Room, Sundial. Sanibel. For reservations, call 472-0534. ( T F N )

Companion for elderly lady, no nursing care, part time afternoons only. Phone 472-9559

Retail Shop Space Available Olde Sanibel

OFF ISLAND OFFICE SPACE Conveniently to Sanibel, Ft. Myers Beach, and downtown Ft. Myers FOR SALE OR LEASE 1100 sq. ft. to 9400 sq. ft. 939-1433 or eves. 482-0028 Merrill Lynch Realty

OFFICE SPACES FOR RENT

REALTOR" VIP REALTY GROUP, INC. 5301 San Cap Rd. (across Irom Wulfert Rd.)

813/472-3456

REALTOR8

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800 sq. ft. Perfect for a shell shop. Call Bill Boyd 472-6622

North Captiva Island — New, deluxe, air conditioned cot tages, sleeps 6. Accessible by plane or boat only. Water taxi service available. From $450/wk. Phone (305)9710456 or (305)391-0711. (4-1) WINTER & SEASONAL RENTALS SANIBEL'S GOLD COAST Three bedroom home overlooking Sanibel's most beautiful beach. Available till February 14th at $4,000 per month. CAPTIVA GULF Four bedroom, 2 bath plus a separate Guest Cottage on Captiva's Gold Coast at $3,750 monthly. TAHITI SHORES Michigan two bedroom home bright and cheerful; all spotless. $2,200 per month. Short walk to the beach. ROOSEVELT CHANNEL CAPTIVA Classic Captiva two & two with private guest accomodations Boat dock. Can be rented seasonally or by the year.

THE ATRIUM Luxurious gulf front condo. Top floor, closest to gulf. Available year round. One week minimum. Call or write for color brochure. C.G. Leach, MD 7497-99th Ct. N. White Bear Lake, MN 55110 (612)426-5759. (TFN) Water-front marina resort. Fort Myers area. 2 bedroom, 2 bath. Brand new weekly and monthly rentals. Call (813)283-0250. (TFN) Condo, Tennis Villa South Seas Plantation for rent or possible sale. Call Lloyd Roberts, (606)254-3080 ot (606)266-6147. (TFN) Charming 2 bedroom cottage on Captiva, short walk to the beach. $l,500/mo. Call Island Real Estate Associates, Linda Holloway, 472-3318. (TFN) 2 bedroom, 2 bath gulfside condo. Fully equipped, decorator furnished, screened balcony, sleeps 6. Tennis courts, pools, golf available. Rent by week or month. Reserve with owner. Phone (219)291-3058. (TFN)

RABBIT ROAD SANIBEL Walking distance to the Gulf Two and Two; well furnished Bright and cheerful. $1,850 per month. CAPTIVA'S MOST SUMPTUOUS Available for April. Located in the South Seas area. Four and Four with master suite on se Icond floor. $4,000. ISLAND REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATES, INC. Broker Sanibel 472-1123 Captiva 472-3318 (TFN)

REALTOR* VIP REALTY GROUP, INC. 5301 San Cap Rd. (across tram Wulfert Rd.)

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CIMMAMOMCOVe??* One and two bedroom unfurnished annual lease condos on the lake. All appliances and window treatments included. Active clubhouse with full amenities and security. Northwest comer of Summerlin Road and San Carlos Parkway. Great location if you want to be near the islands. Open Daily 9-6

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PRIME LOCATION IIWILS LANDING (across from Gulf station)

Cook, hostess, bus persons. The Jacaranda Inn. Call 472-1771. (1-28) CUSTOMER SERVICE-RENTAL Coordinate cleaning of vacation rental units, repairs and services. Assist reservationist. Pleasing personality. Good telephone voice. Florida real estate license r e q u i r e d . Weekend work. Call 936-6600 for interview. (I-I4)

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Bartender full time evening. Sober, reliable, some experience necessary. Call Bar bara 472-9979. }

COMMERCIAL RENTALS

ANTIQUES

(across from Wulfert Rd.)

(TFN) Interior Design Representative. Unique and perfect part time opportunity if you like decorating. Phone 472-0320 for details. (1-21)

New compressed carbon block water f i l t r a t i o n s y s t e m removes 99.9 percent of over 100 pollutants. Easy self installation $275 complete Call 472-6002 for FREE demonstration or information. (1-28)

Electrician, jopunneyman & helpers for commercial work on Sanibel & Captiva Islands. ABC Electric, 214 3rd Street, Ft. Myers, FL 33907. 936-3355

Ice cream, candy clerk part time afternoon and early evening. Call 472-3837.

South Seas Plantation — weeks 23 8, 38. Would like to trade for a building lot in Lee County or North Carolina. Call (813)765-0678. (1-21)

Two aluminum life boats with Lister air-cooled diesels, they Black Boston Rocker with yellow cushion, new, $75. run great. One / 24'/2x9'/2, one / 36V2X12V2. Phone (813)472-5277. Walnut occasional table $50. (TFN) 4720352,call after4:30. (1-21)

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Captiva Trading Company, grocers and deli, Plantation Shopping Center, Captiva, looking for full or part time help. Grocery experience useful. Call 472-4200.

Good German made 24 x 63 field telescope (Halleyscope) swap for that PC in your closet you don't need anymore. Call George days 472-1161 evenings 472-2825. (TFN)

1974 Delta 88 blue convertible, good running condition, needs body w o r k . Asking $350. 472-0836 eves. & weekends. (1-28)

Kimball Swinger Organ with ear phones, light and music. Excellent condition. New $2,500, sell for $1,000. Barcalounger, 6 pc. modular living room suite, recliner & chairs, off white Haitian cloth. New $2995, sell for $1,000. Call 472-2946 after 10 AAA. (1-21)

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Volkswagon van — I'm selling my old friend, a 1969 VW camper. Great shape for an old guy and excellent running condition. Must see to appreciate. $1,200, make offer. Phone 472-5457 after 6 p.m. (TFN)

Aqua Cat s a i l b o a t . 12' catamaran. New sail and trampoline. Nice boat. $475. Call 472-4207. (2-4)

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Hammond Spinet Organ Model M-3, $650. Phone 472-1339. (TFN)

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AKC German shepherd pups, mostly black, 9 weeks old. $250. Parents on premises. Call 549-2104. (1-28)

1982 Moped like new. See it at Island Condo Maintenance. Call 472-4505. (TFN)

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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT

U N F U R N I S H E D E F F I C I E N C Y with large screened porch available for annual lease. Window coverings, W/D provided S325/mo. including w a t e r , sewer 8. garbage service.

NORTH CAPTIVA ISLAND 3 gorgeously located and furnished beach front gulfview homes for rent. Tennis courts, pool, air-strip, dockage, sea taxi available. Prices from $750/wk. $2,000/mo. $M5/night to $l,000/wk. $3,500/mo. S150/night. 3 night minimum. Indescribably private and b e a u t i f u l . Call Elizabeth Gulden (305)425-0111. (TFN)

ONE B E D R O O M , ONE BATH unfurnished available for annual lease. Window coverings, W/D provided. S42S/mo. including water, sewer & garbage service. Contact VIP Realty Group, Inc., 472-I6I3. (1-21)

Condominium — South Seas Plantation, available 3/22 thru 4/4. Sleeps six, all amenities. SI,000/wk. Please call 813/481 4694 evenings. (1-21)

Sanibel Beach House Gulf view, great shelling, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath, private easement to beach, one month minimum. Phone 813/472-1765, ask for Seabird. (2-U)

AVAILABLE NOW! Spacious 3-bedroom, 2-bath house with garage and large screened porch in CAPE CORAL. Close to churches and shopping. Unfurnished, all appliances included (refrigerator, stove, oven, washer and dryer), just bring your furniture and move in. $445/mo. plus security. Please call 472-2880 anytime. Let's talk. (TFN) SANDRIFT GULFFRONT APARTMENTS Inside South Seas Plantation IN SEASON RATES: One b e d r o o m , $600/wk., t w o bedroom, $700/wk. Lower off season r a t e s . Phone (813)472-4207. (TFN) Furnished 2 bedroom duplex apartment with porch near beach and shopping. Quiet neighborhood. No children or pets. $l,000/mo. including utilities. 472-5773. (TFN)

REALTOR* VIP REALTY GROUP, INC. 5301 San Cap Rd. (across from Wulfert Rd.)

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3 Bedroom, 2 Bath fully furnished home on quiet street, Vfe block to private beach access. No pets. $l,800/mo. or $800/mo. plus utilities yearly lease. First, last & security. 466-1108. (1-21)

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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Annual Rental — Lighthouse end of Sanibel. Newly built Olde Florida style home. Avail. April I. 4br/3b, master suite, living room, dining room/family room, fireplace. 9 Hunter fans, 35' kitchen w/center island, wrap-around decks, hardwood floors, carpeted bedrooms, pool, tennis court, short walk to Gulf & bay beaches. Marina nearby, $l,200/mo. 1-201/744-7065. (3-18)

A HOME FOR ALL SEASONS. All NEW Upper Captiva home. 4 stories - sleeps 6. Air conditioned, fireplace. PRIVATE Runway/taxiway access to house, deepwater canal and dock by house. Club privileges swimming pool and tennis. Sea/taxi service. $550/weekend $950/week Call Gordon Biggar, (305)666-1031. (TFN)

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, unfur nished CANAL FRONT home with boat slip, $975/mo. plus utilities.

New Waterfront Condos. Bring your boat or rent one here. 2br/2b all new. Seasonal, monthly, weekly rates. Four Winds Marina (813)283-3233. (TFN)

2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, Unfurnished Sandpiper C i r c l e l a k e f r o n t duplex h o m e , $575/mo. plus utilties. Contact VIP Realty Group, Inc., 472-1613. (2-4) THE GINGERBREAD HOUSE - CAPTIVA ISLAND. Leave condos. Victorian charm and quality. Contemporary space and luxury. Two minute stroll from beach. Two bedrooms, two full baths. Space age kitc h e n . Shaker a n t i q u e s , $500/week May I to Dec. 15, S750/week Dec. 15 to April 30. Write Henry Romersa (Captiva) 4911 Tanglewood Drive, N a s h v i l l e , T N 37216 (615)262-9859. (TFN) Sanibel fully furnished piling house, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, with screened porch, close to beach. Seasonal or annual. For more information call 574-8661. (1-28) CAPTIVA cozy furnished home, I bedroom, sunny living room, eat-in kitchen with screened porch for breakfast. Washer/Dryer, cable TV, FM radio. Available til June 15. Older couple or single person. No children, no pets! 472-6250. (TFN)

VACATION RENTALS SEASONAL RENTALS Largest selection to choose from on Sanibel Island and 11 other Tropical Islands. Call or stop by and discover the ESI Difference. Rental office open 24 hours every day of the year.

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REALTOR® VIP REALTY GROUP, INC. 5301 San Cap Rd. (across from Wulfert Rd.)

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Punta Rassa completely furnished 2 bedroom 2 bath bayfront condo. Extra ordinary view, tennis, pool, spa, etc. Annual rental. Contact owner 9-5 472-3191, after 5 472-2628. (1-28) Wildlife and birdwatchers dream on Sanibel, near Captiva. Gulffront home with open beach view. 3br/2b monthly rental. Call 472-3972, eves. (2-11) NEW HOUSE FOR RENT Avail. March, 3 bedroom, 2 bath many extras including fireplace, 2 decks, Causeway view, near marina. Long term renter preferred. $l,IOO/mo. plus u t i l i t i e s . Call eves., (201)962-4040. (2-25)

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE NORTH CAPTIVA WATERFRONT LOTS SAFETY HARBOR CLUB Two side by side lakefront lots and one Gulf view. Lots include pool, tennis and boat dockage. Short walk to Gulf. Will consider trade on the two lakefront lots. 472-9223 (TFN) Tennisplace by owner. Completely furnished 2 bedroom condo. 2nd floor overlooking deep water canal heated pool &tennis courts. Owner financi n g a v a i l a b l e . $87,900. WILKE(8l3)283-5322. (TFN) SANIBEL Duplex Absentee owner wants to sell. Excellent rental history, close to beach & Causeway, $139,000. Call for details. 813/283-0212. (2-18)

Luxury Vacation Resorts 1,2,& 3-bedroom luxury condos with fullyequipped kitchens and all the extras!

EXECUTIVE SERVICES, INC. 455 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel Island. FL 33957 (813) 472-4195 2427 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel Island, FL 33957 (813) 472-4195 Call toll-free: Nationwide 1-800-237-6002 Canada 1-800-447-6002 Flonda 1-800-282-7137

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Furnished condo 2 bedroom, 2 bath. Unique design, heated pool. Off Island, 2 miles from Causeway. Phone 466-4145. (TFN)

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$208,000 Second Floor Overlooking Gulf 813/481-1976 (1-21) AAC GREGOR WOODS Estate home, lakefront I yr. old, 3,933 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2V2 bath, living room with vaulted beamed ceiling, fireplace, formal dining r o o m , Florida room. Outstanding master suite with jacuzzi. Beautifully appointed & landscaped, large cul-de-sac lot. Pool, whirlpool & tennis available. Owner 466-0878. (1-21) FOR SALE BY OWNER Immaculate 2 bedroom 2 bath, gound level Michigan double garage home, Tahiti Drive. New Carrier A/C, heat pump; all appliances; large screened porch with awning windows; s t o r m s h u t t e r s ; Pro-corn security system; established p l a n t i n g s . Quiet neighborhood, 200 yards from beach. Immediate occupancy. $160,000. Principals only. 472-3339. (2-11) Beautiful piling home, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, high ceiling living room, open balcony, upstairs laundry room, screened lanai, stained glass window, $79,000, see to believe! 2 miles f r o m Sanibel bridge. Call 466-0730. (1-28) $99,500 SPECIAL OFFER! JUST LISTED! Punta Rassa Phase I apartment for sale, unfurnished, only 10 percent down payment. Property includes carpet and appliances. BISSELL REALTY SERVICE CORP. 472-0880 Sanibel, FL. (1-28) Mid-island location — I00'xl50' lot on Poinciana Circle. Deeded b e a c h a c c e s s . $32,500. (502)842-7901 or Mrs. Hills, P.O. Box 9846, Bowling Green, KY 42102. (2-11) FISHERMAN'S DELIGHT Located on Pine Island. Open F l o r i d a s t y l e . Easy m a i n t e n a n c e 3-bedroom, 2-bath home on sea-walled canal lot with cantilevered boat house and power hoist to take boat up to 24 feet is only $92,000. Call Alan C. Peterson, R e a l t o r . 283-0838 f o r appointment. (TFN)

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Action price of $62,500. Includes ROGO approved permit for 2,000 sq. ft. residence. Palm t r e e s , southern exposure overlooking 3rd green, beach access. Best lot and price on Sanibel. Call owner, (813)472-3042. (2-18) Duplex lot 24,000 sq. ft., across f r o m T a h i t i a n Gardens, $45,000. Call 472-0446. (3-25) Punta Rassa, for sale or lease, corner unit with balcony, $128,500. Call 472-5559. (1-21) Waterfront 250' Bay beach at the mouth of Tarpon Bay, good n a t i v e v e g e t a t i o n . Jack Thomas, Realtor, 813/936-5511 or 472-4715. (2-4) Mobile Home-double wide, on Sanibel. Spacious living, 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, carport, 2 sheds, screened porch. Nicely landscaped. Completely furnished and equipped. Phone 472-0721. (1-21) ATTRACTIVE ISLAND SETTING. Easily maintained & leased. Excellent rental history. Close to all. Asking $139,000. Call for information, days 995-5833, ask for Jim, eves. & wknds., 472-0198. (1-21) ASSUMABLEVA LOAN 2 bedroom, 1 bath cottage. Wulfert area. $79,500 Phone Hussey Co., Realtor 463-3178 or 472-5462 evenings. (TFN) BOATERS. 4br/3b piling home w/loft, carport, deep water dock on direct access canal. Quiet n e i g h b o r h o o d , 629 Lighthouse Way, $297,500. 472-2604 or 472-2893. (1-21) DUPLEX FOR SALE Pre-completion price for both units $180,800. Each side has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths with large screen porch overlooking lake. Custom tile in baths, kitchens and entry. Wall to wall carpet throughout. A l l appliances, 4 ceiling fans in each side, store rooms, landscaping. LANDL CARPENTRY INC. (813)472-6821 (TFN)

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SANIBEL & CAPTIVA ANNUAL RENTALS RABBIT ROAD • 2 bedroom / 2 bath; half duplex, brand new, waterfront, unfurnished. $750 / mo. plus utilities. For more information, contact Sue Ritchie at 813/472-4113, Mon.-Fri.

ANNUAL & SEASONAL RENTALS NEAR SANIBELSOUTH FORT MYERS RENTALS

NEAR BEACHES - Two bedroom/two bath, all appliances, screened porch, pool & tennis. $415/mo. WE STILL HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF SEASONAL RENTALS AVAILABLE. For information call Lana Vail, 482-8040

EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes It Illegal to advertise "any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination." This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which Is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis.

Picture pretty ground level 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch, block off Middle Gulf Drive. Attractive Owner Financing. NOW only $114,900 Call Owner • Realtor Assoc. 472-0467 or Sanibel Realty 472-6565

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The ISLANDER

HOMESITE S WHEN 18 A LOT A LOT OF DREAMS? NOW! Here they are. Four lots at the East End of Sanibel where real Island living reigns supreme. Just a short walk over the little wooden bridge to the sprawling white beach. You can b e where you want to b e and build your dreams! $45,000 each. Call Becky Williams, Broker Salesman (days 472-3121, eves. 472-5457). NATURE LOVERS - ATTENTION! This lot has bayou frontage with beautiful birds. Walk to beach. At low price, $49,900. Call today! Joan Joyce, Broker Salesman (days 472-3121, eves. 472-2649).

CAPTIVA BAY FRONT LOT Pull up to your own private dock, unload your catch of the day and stroll to your Island hideaway. CAPTIVA ISLAND, it can captivate you! Bay Front lot available — only for you'- Call Lauren Snyder, Realtor Associate (days 472-3121, eves. 481-6927).

HOMES LIGHTHOUSE END DUPLEX NEW LISTING PRICED TO SELL! Walking distance to beach. Two bedroom units, each with washer & dryer. Great investment property with good rental history. $159,000. Call Jackie Natzke, Realtor Associate (days 472-3121, eves. 542-4891). UNBELIEVABLE . . . BUT TRUE! This three bedroom, two bath house with double screened balconies,cathedralceiling in living area, large laundry room, covered parking and storage underneath house for only $155,000! Secluded, yet close to shopping. Community tennis and pool to be built. Contact Lauren Snyder, Realtor Associate for more information. (Days 472-3121, eves. 481-6927).

SANIBEL HARBOUR HOME Three bedroom, three bath on Sanibel's most exclusive, direct access waterway. Included is a heated, screened pool with adjoining lanai and bath, extensive storage, lush landscaping, cedar shakes, boat davits and lovely waterway views. For an appointment, call Pam Pfahler, Broker Salesman (days 472-3121, eves. 472-3897).

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CAN'T BE BEAT It's one of a kind. You'll relax and unwind in a tropical setting of a forgotten time. Two bedroom two bath + den. Unique style Beach front, top floor with serene views. If Gulf Front is what you want, don't leave this one off your list. Call Becky Williams, Broker Salesman (days 472-3121, eves. 472-5457). UNTIL NOW There is absolutely nothing like this on Sanibel. To be constructed, LAKE PALMS . . . an exceptionally nice ten unit complex consisting of two bedroom, one and onehalf bath townhomes with 1156 total square feet of LAKEFRONT living for only $84,900!! Close to shopping. For further details, call John Nicholson, Realtor Associate (days 472-3121, eves. 472-6296).

PRIVATE FISHING PIER In addition, this MARINER PO1NTE two bedroom, two bath condominium offers two tennis courts, two swimming pools, boat dockage and Bay beach. Attractively furnished, this bayfront unit is the spot for the avid sportsman. Offered for $154,900. Call Pam Pfahler, Broker Salesman (days 472-3121, eves. 472-3897).

A GULF VIEV FOR $179,000? Plus two bedrooms and two baths . . . SANDALFOOT one of Sanibel's premier rental complexes with on-site management, pool and tennis. One of the best buys on the Island. For more information call Rose Gibney, Broker Salesman (days 472-3121, eves. 472-2631). LET THIS TOWNHOUSE CONDO WORK FOR YOU! 2100' of exciting, unique floor plan with wrap-around porches, parquet floors, sleeps eight, beautifully furnished! Mini-resort atmosphere with on-site rentals and management, racquetball courts, Jacuzzi, pool, sauna, Gulf Beach and much more! By appointment only. Contact Glenn Carretta, Realtor Associate (days 472-3121, eves. 472-6644).

j,ooo For a GULF FRONT two bedroom, two bath condominium. This unit has just been completely redecorated and shows an excellent rental history. Call G.G. Robideau, Realtor Associate (days 472-3121, eves. 472-5102).

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