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Shell museum fund raising crests at $500,000; Raymond Burr returns 'onnerly malacologlst with Smithsonian In-j By Max Fricdcrsdorf Staff Ur.frr „ Fund nlsirij* momentum fur the r cw. 0 ii k> Miitthiut bhell Museum on S inlbcl Is limi li isticst d ibo\c tin. $500 000 « irk Ktordinj, to i n innaunremcnt to en thusl-istir supporters by Bo mi Ch ilnn m

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u Sanibel prepares to sue Captlva over erosion By Caren Herman Sfnff Writer The clt> of S uilbel Is prtp irfng to s u e C i p t l v i s Froslon Prevention District claiming Us j( tty Is destroj ing clt\ beitiit P o b c n rrlit r i i \ ittorru v re ccived permission from Snnibel's Cilv Council to hire an outside law fin I (xptrftnttd in i.oist-'l fltlgitlou to nm\c ift linst Cnp tt\ i if tl L IH.p irttncnt of Nittiril ResoiiiCts doc1- not i I to protect Isl md be H i t s G iry I riri cit> nnn if cr llso ! rtccU ed pi rruts'sion lo hire =v cro-iion c\ptrt Dr Rubeil d D" in for a third opinion on what.Is c uislng Sjnibrl s northern bt iches lo i rode it tnonmuslj 'li^h rates > Tht D p irlrncnt if Nitunl Re sunn t s \ ns j*oin^ to dctidt w tliln i week of list T m i i s r i i y ^ h n t , In l i l h l n s s c t . il C ipti\i t u t id t it trtjslon mu should repair ^ STiiibtls bi ich s SinlbLl uill Tjk for i 30 d ij ixttnslon so It n n prcpirc a bet ttrcasc nfiiinst UicCipUvaJHly The engineers nnd Gary ire more optimistic about the DNR n sohini* the problems It Is pm dint and csscnttit th it \\L tnkt steps Befort. we finish with Ihib we re going to br in lltlgition ftinicd Sinlb"! M-»>or Mikc^Mir

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Northern beach front homes threatened^ By Caren Herman '•-. Staff Writer . , Rg&deMts along north Sanlbe! bcacrles need emergem^y relief to keep their homes fiom toppling lnio the Gulf of Mexico as erosion destroys what little Is left oftfieir front yards. [ ".--'' (f." Representatives from Chaieau* StiiMer.'West Shore and Ouif Pines Subdivisions said Water is already underneath two. area homes, another dozen are threat- , encd ;ind if something is not done, some 50 or so homeowners could be displaced by rising waters and Mnishing sand. City codes prohibit erosion . control devices on the beach, Vind the stale is demanding Illegally phce.sandbPgs be removed Beach renourishment Is a time consuming process that willtio! ifford Innncdlate solutions and \ ould cost some SI-fThillllon for the more than mile stretch of erosion, continues to threaten large beachfront homes bcacri. on Satvhcl's northwestern Gu]fshores in the area south of Blind Pass "There are a dozen of "so Bridge. Homes at 6111 San3>et-Captiva Road and 635VBanibel-Captiva (homes) that arc one storm away Road have been particularly hard hit by advancing Gulf waters despite from catasO-ophe." sold Gil Bursheavy sandbagging measures with preparations underway for seawall ley, of Gulf I^ncs. blaming huge emplacement lapping Gu\f waters have eaten away tht! shore and •sand loses ovefthe past two years advanced to within about 20feetofthc home at 6111 Sanfbd-CapHva on a jetty .al-.Blind Pass conRoadi one of the largest private fumes on Sani&eL __ -structcd by the Captiva Krosion Prevention District.-. "My house is 25 io 27 feet from the front door patio to.breaking waves when Ihe tide comes up. 1 By Carcn Herman olers p rtlrlpitcd in the second lost 28 feet tn the last two years ^laff Hn'cr diction council nrctings were after that damn groin was exIsl ind \o t r s ui'l be asked to suspended (Surin^ the timt betended up on Captiva." com- = th ingc ihi i t t s s t h i r t t r jnd tn-cn the elections btciusc one plained KcUrf Funslon. t l t t t round! candid Uts bv l st-;it remained open until run-off Like all of" the- residents at •-, stmpU plunllU l i s t e d oi n\\ ri suits were dLtermincd ind a Tuesday's hearing. FunMon's i tH olt roup of fslindcrs ipproTched front yard was about 125 feei Kobf n 1 rill utv ittom \ tin s n t e s A t l o n k r isking to Irani tlic gulf when he-built his ijrongl t four possible elitlion \ nr] (lie first November contest home In the 1970s. Normal h i u t s htlort S i n t b t t s L tv cioslon was always follovred by re-. i (s C sitii Tiifbd p ii[ l«-ii bN > wire forcid lo the poils .years of more sand, dependl.'ig on c onfiiNfnn TIKI alki, ilions ( n u t in one month -nd due to ; stomis and the natural tidal pro- 1 k \ 1 f1 I i i t d i b t r i h u (i(\ (I tl t number o1* t al tt' qmstluns (ess, hcNiid. ! i ' i'> !i 1 nut (i ujKrK lullovud I ist \t tr isl uidcrs found thontOut CapUva's firoin h a s s t h t s it the polls live tines In < i d r s (ut'LH-d b \ v o ' i r s rluingctLlhe natural flow of sntui, i n months* tiunni* 1'19O r _ illustrated best by statlsllra th;it m d i s were firs I il Of tiS Tour s ^ r n r l o s Pritt show sand loss in cubic-yards up d in \ u w m b t r s ( t n * il pi stntcJ thrt*. «» ild "st II re500 percent from JaTmary of 'i * u-lng hiSIots Ui bi quire mijonlv \olts md I iveri1989s to June of I990.-Froin Janu 1 In li i id imi forlln^ i l tbH i n i of t i n i n n ip uary 1982 to J a n u a r y ' i989, ff k t t i o n onl thret I h r u i off is consult re i.'lhc •13.168 cubic yards of sand were ifui fiecirlv N n u n l u r i n\ slpuld csl ibllsli a beptemlost compared to 2-H.G3fJcubKP r |inifiir\ I rllt s\id yards in the year and a half since h i f (f ill is! ind tb • please see page TA • please see page 3A

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• A grouD of Sanibe! citizens who noipea ^ id tne effort which defeated the planned destruction of the Causeway met this1 wee* 11 county officials to'review tne couniys maintenance plans for the Causewcy. -Story on Page Aft. ~ - . •' •-

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• An expert on beach erosion1'orri Duke 'r ve sily this week told islanders that he bee J^a theCaptfvo jetty is causing much of the en n now being expe:ienced on Sanirfel lory on Page A7.

• Children who have slutfed about recycling ot thirSdnibel Elementary School were ; honored by the citythis week Story on Paqe Uons last year on the subject of shells and the A9. , •",";-• Bailey-Matthews Museum could be a central place for these materials. -•The obituaries are on Pago AU. "We havg no aspiration lo be a research facility, bul will gladly share our expertise." Dr. °* The Softball league for over 50-yeais-olds Abbott added. on Sanibel has some strange ru!e:f-But the Creation of this museum Is important. Dr. players are young al heart. Page A12. " Abbott concluded, "because we owe it to SaulWildlife Refuge. be! because we have all benefited from these I he museum, designed by Captlva Architect • Golf and tennis news is on Page A13. i: wonderful shelling shores.*' George- TitUte. .Jr., will Include approximately Raymond Hsur told the attentive audience ° Fire calls on Sanibel csct Captiva are cv_ olf).000 square feet and will have an exhibit thai he bad Joined the effort in behalf of the hall, 150-seat auditorium and reference liPages A14"ond 15.'' • :" ' ~~ museum because of a request from Dr. Abbott brary. whom be had known and respected for many •. In his opening remarks. Hallstead said the . years In the field of conchology. museum project "had really gotten underway , Burr said he looks forward to the day that with the donation of the land from the Bailey the museum will send out educational slides, -family." pictures, and [apes throughout the nation and Sam BalJey remarked before the formal • O n 5onib&! (here are two general"cate-the world to help educate the young people on program that the credit for the museum really the man-els of our oceanic resources. •<•> - gcries of trees-good and Ijpd. if belongs to his parents, Frank and Annie Bai'The destruction of our natural resources is Newcomers often have a difficult !! Icy who stuck it out and kept Sanlbei "alive horrifying, but we have a tremendous oppor'ime telling them apart, much less . back in the days when living here was very tunity with Ujc museum to influence coming understanding why^sorne-of Gods difficult and hard. Tilings were easy by the generations oVi the benefits of conserving our creations are labelled in a neganye time I came along," Sam, 67, recalled. • environment," Durr added. fashion. So as crpublic service the Dr. Abbott, infills remarks, praised the resBurr siatcd that he plans to produce, at his good, the bad arid the ugly cro disidents of Sanibel and Captlva for being in the own expense, material that can help in raisforefront of conservation and environmental ing funds for the museum; to produce "a docuv/ cussed on Page 81,' efforts against the forces of over-population mentary which be will narrate; be on hand for • Permits and deeds are on Page B2. G and and urbanization that threaten our nstumeetings, and hopes to return in April to fur(.j nil resources. •,, ' ther boost the museum fund drive. • Guides at the conseiyation foundation Dr. Abbot I opined that he docs not envision The Baiicy-Matthews Shell Museum will be need a lot_of training, and there are lols of the only accredited museum in the United them too, See story on Page"S3. - „ Stales devoted entirely to shells. r -; Anyone desiring further information oh • The police watch is of average sf/e ana the museum or wanting to contribute may call interest this week1. See it on Pages B3 and 9. lishing of Information. ^ the Shell Museum Campaign Office 3 ^ 9 5 Dr. Abbott said there were 4.624 publlca2233. • Florida's intangible persona' property tax SANIBEL—; r r — is the topic of It's Your Money on Page B16. fhc Bailey brothers arc the sons of Sanlbel pioneers Frank p. Bailey and Annie Mend Matthews Dallcy, for whom the Shell Museum has been named.

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State officials also said .they would "entertain" Ideas for erosion control other than beach re nourishment to halt th_c,.immediate flow of sand, but approval would"t>e necessary and no suggestions have yet been submitted, J Price is going to apply for permits to shore up Sanibel-Capliva Road which is only feel from the beach. Work Is not yet necessary but may be soon. Price said. Stale officials "have snggesled tlie road be moved further inland. Even if the state orders Captlva to.it-nourish island beaches.-.city officials said they doubt tliL-. work will begin without n fight.

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' • VHF radio rules for fisning vessels have caused confusion. A story on Page C? clashes ine situation. _ . • • • The LAMP progrom io h s ^ pregnant gsris nas been a tremendous success. Story on PageC13..-. _ 'o • ' -*> Editorial office- 472-1587 Display aJiwriHIng 472-1587 • ClMsilied *J-*rttitng 482-7788 Butbu-vt otfke; S74-1551 Ctttutatioo 472-IS87 - • 'rail Wwkins. VlC., PO E>J^rf

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The beach Is narrower, under• from page 1A cut and lower. Our sandbars have all but disappeared. We need guld- •• the groin was finished. •• "\V'e believe our problems are i: ance and immediate help. The situation which for years has been due to the 100 Toot groin extenworrisome has now become critision done in lair 1988," Funston cal," Jcitnson told the council. added. \Neifihliors with GO to UK) fcci of "I would say. conservatively, vegetated bench now have water lliat in a matter of three weeks wjc under their homes at high tide. lost 12 (o 15 feet of our-dune.'; Irving Johnson said he lost 96 agreed Sherwood Finley. J>*et of sand since 1967, almost Illegally placed sandbags have half of that, some •lO feet, over the slowed erosion,' but homeowners past two years. recently received notices from the "I live In one of the Jiomes most slate's Department of Natural Resources ordering them to remove adversely affected," said Maggie the erosion prevention devices^ Johnson, who with her late husband Derrol built along the Gulf -}, within 30 days or face slate penalties. in 1970. Sanlbel laws which prohibit "1 had 125 feet of beach. Now 1^ have 50 to 55 feet. Wh.it we los(; hardened, erosion control devices one year we gained the next. seacard of the coastal control • line. Shifting sands were part of gulf front living, but in recent years The natural resources departall (hat has changed. Wfth little ment will permit sandbags but question we arc gaining a little encourages beach renourishment arid losing a lot," she said.

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over other erosion control meth- push for such temporary pern-ills ods. But since the sandbags were from the state. illegally-placed, the state Is not -Council members said they inclined to permit them now, res- would tnvestlgateiways to work idents said. ,, ',5 __v around city codes and allow temLocal natural resources offi- porary sandbagging, but J l i a t cials have indicated they will try . would require, a !and usc^Tjlan and set emergency permission for amendment, requiring state ap.the bngs'aiready in place, and proval and that cuuld not be exSanlbcis City Council agreed to pected until October.

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would be held Ihey argued. A plurality, however simple it would be.,.would bring candidates to city council that did nol have a majority vote. Prill warned. , =r -1 gitoss It just bothers me a litUe bit to eventually have people sitting up here who may have received only 30 percent of the vote; especially as -more and mure people run. They win not be receiving a mniKbilc frnni the community." noted Councilman M.irk Wesiall.

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iuul business people who ccu'd. Mt:er the Island In a differejit dintclitm. They won't rcpresnil the mentriJijy of the community ;is a whole, they will only represent chunks. Eventually j h c council will only represent bils and pieces of beliefs," West all added.

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! Citizens meet with county officials about Causeway Court, in Guin'c.) t.imbo. °1 By Max Frlcdersdorf Dr. Cranberry was a key figure and a major co" Staff Writer catalyst in thc'Suvc Our Bridge orgnnixnUou. *~ Key members of a Santbrl citizens' commitwhich spearheaded the fight '.ligahisl icmova! jr tee which successfully blocked Lcc Co-iiuv cfo!' the Causeway. Sanibel voters rejected the < forls last year lo replace the Snnlbel C-uigcz way with a high rise bridgsynet (his week wiih ' proposal by n 2-to-l majority !ii ;m isl.tndwide referen,dum. ^ county and City'of SanlbVl officials to reinThe Save OnMJrulge organization has been 0 forcc'lhclr opposition and open a dialogue Ton, disbanded, but Dr. _ Cranberry- and other cc future cooperation. -- -'' former members, as well as other individuals £ Lee Counly Adminislrator Marsha Scgalwho fought the new'bridge-last year, met by cc George and Sanlbcl City Manager Gary Price inulmil in illative wiih the county officials to_ t £ met Informally with the gathering of 20 interdiwus-b current plans regarding the Causeway. w csied Sanlbel residents on Monday evening ai Observers at this week's meeting reported 5 the home of Dr. Faye Cranberry. 9151 Cotlcn

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By Max Fricdcrsdorf ager Gary Price, Chuck MstowskJ, Lee County Statf Writer ' Division of Marine Sciences: Sanibel Mayor Duke University Professor of Geology Orrln Mike Miracle. Sanibel Planning Director U. Pllkcy told a standing room audience at Bruce Rogers, and Sanibel Public Works Di- ° 1'hllllps Art Center last evening that he be- rector Don Schofield. lieves the controversial 100-foot boulder Jetty Pilkey described (he serious erosion he had • .it the south end of Cflptiva is causing some of seen on Sanibel Involving both vacant lois the heavy beach erosion along Sanfbcl's and homes where gravel was being brought fn * northwest Gulf Const. to save one residence. . ,^ Professor Piikcy, a noted authority on "This community has some dilfjculrdcci, beach 'erosion who h a s studied" the sions to make; you are at a crossroads and phenomenon throughout .Ihe world, said will have to decide which you value-most. . structures of the type on Captiv'a cause erosion buildings or beaches." Professor Pilkey .added. downstream. Pilkey said the rising sea level hasreaused ft Pllkcy said he couldn't estimate the persome fundamental changes on barrier islands centage of Sanibcl erosion due to the Cnpliva throughout the world during ihe last 300 years jetty, |jiit felt confident of his conclusions. .. with isiands eroding both front and back side. Pilkey, who reported 85 percent oflhc eroProfessor Pilkey said hard structures such sion problems on the East Coast of the United as «ca walls can stop erosion but tend to deStales could be related to jetties, said he had stroy beaches. ,; lead both the reports of the Sanibel engineerThe-other method of fighting erosion. ing consultants and.the Captiva engineers PJIkcy explained.-is beach replenishment, citwhich differ on the Sanibel erosion causaing some successful examples such as South tion. Seas Plantation on Captiva and Miami Beach. Professor Pilkey said although he did not "if you go for beach replenishment," Pilkey ; agree with everything In the Sanibel report he commented, "it is a long term commitment." didngrce that the Captiva Jetty was a factor in - "Replenishment is going to be very costly." the Sanibel erosion. '' ~ ;1 the Professor warned. Pilkey spent the day touring Uic Blind Pass "I urge you, if you want to preserve your tirea. site of the controversial Captfva strucbeaches for future generations, you should not ture, and the Sanibel and Captiva beaches. build sea walls." Pilkey continued. He also conferred with Sanibel City Man"You are at a point where you will have to

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About 150 SaniDel and Captiva rcsidents'attended the event, co-sponsored by the City of Sanibel and the Sanity] Community Association. • •••; Stephen-Cutler^Chalrman of the Captiva Erosion PrevciUIoh:plstrtct. was in the audience and (old the group that Captiva's $10 million beach replenishment project had worked very well "and the community viewed Ufa beach maintenance the same a s maintaining other valuable property, such as car or home. Professor Pilkey was Introduced by Dr. M. Many ,5zmant.'program chairman and longtime friend of the professor.

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First grader Lauren Bakos took second place in her class recycling poster contest Site Is presented with a $50 savings bond by Mayor Mike Miracle as Barbara Ward, principal of the Sanibel Elementary School, looks on.

• Dolphin protectors want to buy island for rehabilitation site '-, By Kathleen Blase 1 Staff Writer j The Dolphin Project, J n c . ^ n • International non-profit organi; zatlon dedicated to the welfare of jj dolphins and the foremost ac; tivist group advocating for places I where formerly captive dolphins ] can be rehabilitated, wants to : purchase an island in Pine Island t Sound as a rehabilitation site. : Su/y Johnson, a member of the I local chapter of Dolphins In the J Wild, asked for city support.this " week. ; Sunday, Richard O'Darry, the 5 trainer for "Flipper." author of } "Behind the Dolphin Smile" and ac "Since 80 percent of all cap- .. turcd dolphins come from Pine Island Sound, this is the perfect site for rehabilitating previously cap-

tured dolphins who arc ready to W. released to the wild. We want to bring the animals back home," he •said. Coming from undersized amusement park-type facilities which have been closed.'mainly in Europe and Egypt, the previously trapped dolphins have to relearn their naiiiral environment. Concrete taTiits act as an echo to this sonar equipped niaifimnl, They use their sonar to determine" predators, find food, and rttinite with relatives or other members . of their pod. -To put them in a concrete chlorinated tank is a form of sensory deprivation," O'Darry said. Johnson added. 'We want the • dolphins to relearn their natural abilities, like fishing for their

lood and learning to play again." The proposed site, an Island of approximately 25 acres and about two miles from shore, has a natural lagoon within it. .-"The lagoon, shaped like a T . is as long as a city, block and extremely deep. We can bring the dolphins Into the lagoon by bnal. release them and close off the bottom of the T." O'Darry said. "We don't intend to develop the island - we don't want electricity or runnln'g water, although there isva well if we need it," He continued, "There are 39 facilities that contain dolphins ,Jn America. This would be the only one that's not commercial. This project is ^ not about money." Richard OBany

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: BpRlchdrcJ Cain . "" In 105:1. Matthews witnessed an aiom> SUi[f Writer '. ... Lumb ?,csl in Nevada, from a trench only two Sam Matthews, a tnenibcr of Our crljfiiuii miles away from detonation and reported the ; weapons destructive powers in .June li)53 milUailev Matthews family thai helped make etc. "Nevada Learns 10 Live- with fiie Atom." S.inibel Island what It Is lod.iy. died of cancer He also covered sonic of the world's most o December 13. at his home in riethesda, Md. He . u.is 6-1 devastating events, including the 1050 - Matthews \vas a stock holder in the Island earthquake in Montana and the 1963 enipInn a hotel his family started iiL th£ turn of Uonpr Mount Agiingln'Daii. ••<.,. (he century,.and liad an deep interest in the His most recent piece, "Under the Sun: Is planning for Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum. Our World Wanning." appeared in October of Sam Bailey, Matthews', cousin, said that ,1990.. Matthews had a RI eat love for the island, ami Survivors include his wife of 42 years, spent many vacations visiting with family Knthry" Pressly Matthews of Bethesda: a .md friends. ^ daughter, Mary W. Matthews of Gennantown. Md.; two sons. David P. Matthews of Salt Lake Matthews is best remembered for his work City, and-Thomas E. Matthews of Littleton, done while with the National Geographic SoColo.; ii sister. Harriet Metcalf of New Bum. ciety — "N.C. '" . ' He began working for the society in 11J51 as 1 a writer in the News Service. In 1957, he ^- Another daughter, Kalhryn Matthews Rhodes, died in 1982. • ^"-^ Joined the magazine's writing stalT and eventually became a senior assistant editor in 1981. • . Services for Floyd Pflough Throughout his years with the magazine. A memorial service will be held on SaturMatthews traveled ail over the world, includday, January 26. at 2 p.m. at the Sanibcl ing two trips to Antarctica, writing a lotal of "Community Church for former Sanibcl resi17 articles on such topics as^the ,world's oceans, the earth's crustal platcs';"and the en- dent Floyd Pflough. Reverend Ralph Dennisoh will officiate. vironment. *: '• Mr. Pflough. 94, died November 26 j n De-

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JohnNickens, 66, once of Sanibel dies in Texas w John li. N'ickens, 66. formerly of-§j,)nibel. died suddenly of a heart attacK on December 24. 1990, in San Antonio, Texas. A ten-year resident of the island until recently, he was affiliated with Prudential Florida Real Estaf e and owner of Home Watch Service. He was also a membenof the SanibclCapt'.va Lions Club and Beachytcw Golf Club. Surviving arc his wife. Frances, two daughters, Patricia Ann Derrybcrry of Columbus, Ohio, and Linda Kay Dunkcr of Breese, Illinois, a son. John R Nickcns. Ill of San'Antonio. a half-brother, Clyde Hawes of Sfkeslon. 11 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. •_; ^ Funeral ser\-Ices were on December 28 in Piggott.1 Arkansas. . , -' - "- "" A memorial fund has been established at the Humana Hospital, San Antonio Heart Institute. 8026 Floyd Curl Drive. San Antonio. Texas 78230, '^ \, • '^

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I By Richard Cain \ Staff Writer •; o : If asKcd to name some of the belter baseball 1 players who sllll lake the field on a regular ' basis; the likes of Nolan Ryan. Wade B j y s and Cal Rtpkcn are likely to spring to mind. However, if asked to include the players who have the most fun on the diamond, the list of nanies would have to include Dick Miller, Sani Bailey and Dick Muencn Though not exactly household names and in no danger of cracking next year's All-sUir ballot, these men turn Into serious ball play ^ers every Monday night as they take the field with Sanfbcl's -M aii^older slowpitch soft ball league. "We're all very competitive," said Sam DaiIcy, who serves a s ..the league's "commissioner."" • "But. Hie main idea Is Just to gel out there ; and have fun," Dailcy added. ' The league consists of four teams, three from Sanlbcl and one from Capltva and i s ^ open to both men and women. tJ Bailey added that anyone who fits the age requirement Is welcome to play. t, . Two games are played back to back, starting a 7 p.m. every Monday night. The teams face a different opponent every week. However, since the goal of the league 'Is tu have fun. it is nni unusual for,.? player to fill in tin another team If they an- short. Xobodv really cares, who wins bt'::.iuSc.nKist^ n! (he players had their glory days a Inn;* tinn; ago, explains Dick Miller, "we just enjoy playing the game. There arc a .number ofunorthodox rules used by the. league to keep the games enjoyabli The teams play seven innings, arc allowed to In Id is nnny as eleven players at any timeand make free substitutions while allowing all players to bat whether they play thii^field or not. There, is also, a rule limiting the amount of runs scored'to six per inning, except thesevehlh, to keep the games from getting out of hand. New rules are created as they are needed in an effort to keep the games fun for everyone, iccordlng to Bailey. ^ The result Is a casual version oftlie national pastime, that-allows a lot of old players to continue to play the game that keeps them young at heart.

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Large field turnsOout for Mayeron Classic A total of 134 golfers turned out for the sec-o donated in the name of his father Don Mayeron. who died of cancer in June of 198S3. ond annual Don Mpyeron Golf Classic, played last Sunday at the Dunes, with the team of The tournament is unique in that it inPeter Rerfpalh, Charles Casey. Gary Fitter and cludes a variety of obstacles not normally Jay Holslnger finishing first with a low score found on"a golf cours£ Including a niultlof58. ':-• holcd green and a sit-down tee shot. The event raised over $8,000 for the Ameri./"Mayeron hopes '.he tournament will concan Cancer Society, according to Victor tinue to hf an annual event. Mayeron. the toiimarnpnt's founder II will be .

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Boys win pair t h e Cypress Lake boy's basketball team brought their record back to up to .500 In si Coral. ^ " ^E> : The Panthers traveled to Estcro"uii Friday. ;ind defeated ihc hapless Wildcats 7G-G3. '•' Big-man Rodney Taylor and Scdrlck ^fcklktns led the way.for the Panthers with 20 points apfece. Taylor also brought down 11 rebounds.

Girls win two games The Cypress Lake girls basketball team stretched their unbeaten streak to 16 games" last week, with convincing wins over Estcro and Cape Coral. On Friday night, the Lady Panthers combined a smothering defense and a balanced offense to completely out match the visiting EsUro Wildcats. 71-23. . ,r. Jcnl Robinson led the way for the Lady Panthers with 18-pblnts. followed by Tabflha Willoughby with 14 points and Cindy Minko" aiid Carrie Kills, who each chipped in 10

Kslero has won only one game this reasonOil Tuesday, {he Parithers took on the Capt: Conil St-ahawks In the Panther Pjt and k-d ail the way In a 80-67 victor)-. Taylor and .Watkirts" n^am jirovidi-d the • Pnnthcr- offense with 21 and -20 points respectively. The two wins evened out the Panthers record at 8-8 and are ihc first to consecutive victories the PanUiersJiave been able to string together s!ntfe early December. The Panthers travel to Rivcrriate tonight. points." On Friday. Cypress Lake traveled to Cape Coral and rolled all over the Scahawks, 99-32. . Five girls were In double figures for the Uuiy Panthers, led by Minko's 20 points and Robinson's 17 points- # 17ie Lady Pa'nlhcrs return home tonight to take on Riverdale. .,

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Pizza Party Tlir Sniiibei Recrr^tlon Center's Teen Club is organizing a pizza party to be held sonif (Hue next mouth. To gain entrance to the party, teens must Idl out an informational survey, being di; rihuted by !hc Club, in an effort to bolster mrtubt-rship and gather idras'-for futc i L nt« For nioif- information, call 172 03 IS.

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The Dunes men played an 18 hole individuil points, full handicap tournament 1? t Wednesday, with Dick Wedlcy nnd Howard n>"ine finishing tied in the A night with 38 .-"-:-. Joe Vcnuio was third with 37. 1 he U flight ended 'n a three way lie huwcui Icrr>' See, Erhari Becker and -Lloh Odi uho ill finished vviih -H. 11K C flight also ended in a tic between AI C ross Bo Ve;i and Don li'ush wjlb 12. The nim bole winner was Wiilt Badger with

Dunes Nifty Niners The Dunes Nifty Niners played a "substilu'e p ir for two holes" tournament on January 10, uith Mimic Kent nnd Belle Gndlcnt finished . tied for fir t in the A flight. Cliile Howie won the B flight, and Louise . John on and Helen Ann Browning were tied for ihc C flight win. J arb Ochs won the longest drive compel ilioti on hole number one and Sandi Sullar uns the closest to the pin mi the second hole.

Dunes ringers tournament The Dunes 18 hole Women's Golf Association completed the first round of a ringers tournament last Friday, with Millie Ford taking the early lead in the A flight, followed by

Murr Mooncy and Mamie Kent. In the n night, Emily Schoficld and J a n Baker were tied for the lead, followed closely by Erica Amsterdam. ° Pat Moloney. Mary Von Schreiner and Katie Pills were the top three players in the C nitfht. . Millie Ford and Jane Werner lied for Ihc low gross, each with an 83. . n

Bcachview women The Fteachview Women's 18 hole Golf Association played a low gross - Idw.net tournameni last week with Joan Kent (grossl and Barhara^Spoehr (net) winning the championship night. The A ftighl went to Barbara Dahlgcn (gross) and Lcnore McFarJanc [net), and the D flight to Eileen Caspares (gross) and Cinny Ferrier(nel).

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Ketterman clinic Jeff Kcttcrnian will hold a luncheon-ctfiik: next Wednesday, January 23. from 12 noon lo 1:30 p.m. at the Bcachvicw Golf Club. The clinic will begin with a rules" discussion over lunch in the clubhouse before moving outside for a demonstration of golf mechanics. : ' . Ketterman is the tcachlrigprofessional at,r iheclub. -r.-" . . The cost is $20 per person, which includes lunch. For reservations call 472-2626,

Tennis Tourney set ThtTbuncs Tennis Club is sponsoring their --third annual member-member, hiember-gucst doubles tournament starting ai. 9 a.m. Saturday. January 19 & 20. at the Dunes. The tournament will consist of men's and women's doubles competition at the A, B and C classes. , ., . •££> All leams In Ihe double elimination tournament must have at least one Dunes niemJrcr. ., Tliere is an entry Tee of $-10 per team. Call •172-3522

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GULF VIEW FOR TWO can be enjoyed !rom this second floor 2 bedroom 2 bath condo. .Completely furnished. Great rental unit in popular vacation complex. Call Adrtanne Stahrii&, Realtor-Associate, [472-3)21 or Eves. 472-9669). c -$289,000-

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4725457). -S113.900FAHTASTIC SINGLE FAMILY HOMESITE On goll coursa Southern exposure, the most private lo! lor sale in Beaclwiew near the end -ot Parview Dr. Call John r4icholsf)n. Realtor Associate 1472-3121 or489-067B). " -$214,000, ° BEAUTIFUL^VEST VIEWS OVER LAKE In the Dunes, golt, tennis a club amenities Good neighborhood of established homes v Drive by. Jack Samler, Broker Salesman (472 : 3121 or 472-3571).. -$249,000PREMIER HOMESITE, PRIVATE ISLAND , Just 22 (amides, boating,- biiach & .tennis, E. enrj subdivision. Estate.sized horhesite canal exposure 3 sides - Call Trudy or Carl Deremo Realtor Associates (472-31 ?.i or 472-3042) _ -5379,000-

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through decomposing leaves, for a wide ...variety of animais. ° ^Mangroves preserve water quality, reduce pollution and support nesting areas for many water birds. An excellent nursery •*. for commercially valuable fish and shellfish, red mangroves, especially, are the most easily damaged by improper pruning and slowest to recover from any pruning at at!.

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Education has been the dominant tlieitu1 v\ the staff ;;nd volunteers at llic Snnibcf Captlvn Conservation Found tfion for is 1 mt* as it's been In existence. Who belter to tackle. Hie is tie Dun thr clt 'i caiod volunteer trail guides at the nature cen icr? I^ij>l year trail lours reached over 1 .GOO people. -;: Knowledgeable in plant pathology, hoCuny biology and familiarity of our islands with'it* diverse plant and wildlife, llie guides-to-be take small groups on tours of the foundation. Not only will visitors learn about the forma lion of the Island and what it is today, but will also leam about native plants, wildlife habitat and the inter-relation of the two. Why the foundation promote Ou>iiiii of 11

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The 1991 trait guides at the conservation foundation; Bob Nageh Hill Woltschtager, Ginny'Irwin, Bob Stccle, bfargaret Sutherland. Mary Jaqua. Ann flfcCullough/Arthur Jollcg. Anne Uodine, Alice Kylio, Norman Bowles, June Patinkin, Gus Samscl. Cynthia ' Zinner, Joan Bitzcr, Ellen Steelc, Elaine Birck. Rc&cmary Scdgewick, Jeanneite Clcgg, Jim Krieger, Hugh Jrwin, John Schork, Jack Norris^John Jaqua, Joyce Rand, Tom Redford, Caroline LcGette, Barbara Lensing, Frank Jeffrey, Patiicia Uebcnow, Clarencc^Gehris, Warren Dcuber, Ginny Johnson and Dorothy Smith.

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A good time to praise "I a famous Sanibel Keeping one of the 1000 lights >aglow woman To the editor, „ ^ Now Is a good time to praise a famous Sanilel woman who died last week. ' ^ In these days of focus on Women In the work place (outside of ihc home), it Is too easy to overlook a distinguished life of service inside lie home as a wife and mother. Elnora Gavin, who died at the age of 70 last /cck, devoted her life to her 18 living children and to her hearth and home. She was a famous person here on Sanibel and led a creative and fulfilling life of groat ichievcment. Although those words arc not used enough lo describe accomplishments inside Ihc home, it Is nonetheless true that enormous Impact can be achieved in the role of mother. Elinore Dormer, island historian, said of her, "She certainly was a person who Inspired tier children to do the very best they could and many went to college anS'^raduate school." Elnora Gavin was arf' inspiration to her children and to all who knew her. Her example is worth emulation.

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On the other hand there is the tale of Vickl I/jpez-Wolfe, our new County Commissioner, who campaigned in opposition to a (rash burning incinerator. Then It develops she was romantically fn-\olvcd with the lobbyist for the landfill opertitars. : ' ' ., Although she denied there was any conflict ol'interest, she hastily decided that loyally to her constituents was more important than romance, so she called the newspapers to say she had broken off her romance. s - . Now she.Is saying thai she might favor incineration after all, but only a smaller incinerator. The new commlssioifcr last week was up in Tallahassee, and she said that folks up there could not understand what all the fuss was about in Lee County about romance and conflict of Interest. Sfic allowed as how the cpntlicls In Tallahassee are much more common and extensive. Yet lo measure one's conduct against ihe well-Unown Tallahassee Standard is a little like saying Hitler was OK because Caligula was worse (or vice versa). '• Life these days is so complicated for pcopk' in (he public eye; they are damned no matter what thcydo, but it Is also complicated for those of us who have lo guess what will happen next what new plan will be adopted uh.i» new appearance of conflict will arise wh.it new. plan acceptable \csterdav will be j u t i soned today and what ni_w romance miijhl change the roursc of trash handling In ot r communlt> 1 vimiiit know* th it tin. « oursc t / Irm lmi_ nivir (In*s n n smooth but now voters art (j'nmi! '' n .1 M ih. I the c n u r ^ nl i! u - i n ill i!un (i th t unU I , J m i Ci i i

We at Project Pride want to (hank you for (he excellent article on our campaign io build n homeless shelter. ; ,-. It's so easy to be overwhelmed by the problems facing America [the economy, Iraq, S&L's, the poor and homeless}, and feel helpless to do anything 'about it. Your ^tonbrought out the fact that we are not helpless.; TlpiO'Ncll, former speaker of the H o u ^ of Representatives, once said, "AH politics Is 16-7 cal." I think the same can be said of responsibility. • . • • > • • :; A perfect example of this occurred when Coast Federal and Loan heard about Project Pride and donated a house in Foil Myers to be used as a homeless shelter in lieu of forcclosufe. The house was not much more than a shell'-and Instead of saying "Thanks, but no thanks." we took on the task of renovating % The only problem was we spent all of our money buying laud for our main shelter, and we were broke. That's when the Sanibel-Caplivii Board of Realtors'came to rescue by donating $4,000. V£jlh that money, plus

donated material ancUlabor, mainly by our executive director Reverend Brazclton, the house was turned into a home for up lo nine people. n Through the_C£>opcration of the media, local citizens and corporations, we proved that vve are not helpless in solving our problems. During the last presidential election, there was a lot said about a "thousanjl. points of . lifiht." We're trying to.keep Project Pride's light from going "6uX Our working together, renews our confidence that the light "wont go out. and we will succeed in building our shelter to house hundreds rather than just a few homeless families. 11 won't be easy, but we can do it. _^ If you want to know* more about Projecl Pride, you can call me or any other local board member "{Jeff Good 472-0011, Pat Ltcbcnow 472-4610, John Petel 472-8481 or Joe St, Cyr -172-8091) ~ "' ' . •-=-,

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'Secret1 appointments to planning panel To the editor ' o We are Indignant that !hc two appointments to the Sanibel Planning Commission were made without public discussion and wiiha secret ballot on January 2. 1991. That scorns to us a disregard for the Sunshine Law and a (Kmlnlshmcnt ol the importance of the Planning Commission, " , '"' We expected a discussion 'at this public inccliiig on two points: the (rack record of the Incumbents and the qualifications of all the candidates. This was not done. We have always prided ourselves that Santbei, for a number of reasons, Is about as true a democracy as exists in Southwest Florida. This then would seem tamandate a number of conditions- First, that the voice of the electorate at last November's election be taken under consideration. Had this been done Roz Wegryii would haye been appointed. Second.

lhat serious consideration be given lo gender heterogeneity in appointments to committees and commissions. To out knowledge this has not been a factor. We havcj.wrilten a letter to the City Council protesting their action on January 2 and requesting that futxire appointments to committees, boards, and commissions be inade.aftiP carcful discussion and open voting at public meetings. We applaud the willingness of citizens, to serve csi; committees, boards and commissions and believe their work has been invaluable te the City. It is our hope that Sanibei's elected and appointed* officials will in thc-future truly reflect the composition of our community. ' =s". •• ',]

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She's livid over couch dumping Refuge, a pH.-icc dedfeated to preserving o u r To t h e editor. environment for you. Yayr eyesore of a couch, To t h e p e r s o n w h o d u m p e d a couch on Caloosa Drive. willfyour old sock strewn across one arm. is a You had a n old coiich you no longer wanted. m o n u m e n t to h u m a n lnscnsitivHy. j.in old, black, vinyl couch. It is ripped a n d the stuffing Is falling out. It is ugly. I agree. 1 have It's suitable c o m p a n y for t h e empty jyjda had t o look at it all week a s [ drive to and from •ind beer c a n s that o t h e r s have thrown along my h o m e . 1 have spent a lot of lime thinking ***•">!he s i d e s of t h e r o a d in I h c refuge. It about you. I wonder if you explored a n y olher overwhelms and amazes me lhat this options. 1 have, b e c a u s e I have, a s s u m e d your happened at all. I wonder who you are that you responsibility. I a m working mi getting your imild do such a thtn^-is It out of sight and om h l k d of mind?'Ilow many of vou arc there? Ituv Wild iinl join 1 I spokt >Mlh tli< m.inv cf you throw jour trash frtHii^imr car * ill n «a.s nmfniu ih> "•"•ow'mnnv of you ihiow clu.ireUe bult^ on tin ! i ) ttl^tiUM u i * in in P Hi u m in\ nf \ou h/ici >oi:rs'i ui/ .i

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Seeking public input for improvement of state-run programs To assist in rSs" clTnrls lo redesign Florida's faltering social service, education arid .criminal justice systems, Gov. I.awton Chiies.luVs appointed ttaiisition task forces". ••• ' The Social SeiTices Task Force, chaired by '.Janet Reno, state attorney of.thc l l i h Circuit in Miami, will recommend ways lo improve the functioning of family-oriented programs such as the Department "of Health and Rehabilitative Services (MRS). A public hearing will'be held in Naples ori-.^ Jan. 28. 10 a.m., at St. John's Episcopal Church. 500 Park Shore Drive. ; The testimony may foctK on any aspect of soctai se^ices delivery in Florida.

Letters Policy The Island Hcjxirtcr wt-ironies letters to the editor and will endeavor to print as many-^S1 possible. In general, lettcis sliottld be typewritten, or legibly printed. They must be signed,' wlth^an address and phone number (for verification) In order to be considered,for publication- Brevity and pertinence lo local or state events ivould.be appreciated. Letters of more than -UK) w ^ d s may be cut. Gopies of third-party letiers may not be considered for publication. Readers are asked to limit themselves to one letter a month. Personal attacks, libelous Icfters. or letters in bad laste will not be considered for publication. The deadline Is Thursday' for the following week's newspaper.

sis-; Brief history of Iraq and Kuwait

Most.of the population t l 7.4 million) is Muslifti - minorities are jKburds. Turks. Assyrians (Nestorian Christians). Most of the country's once large Jewish population emigrated to Israel. 10 Mesopotamia felt to the Ot- toman Turks in'the 16th century.: . By Wes Haines •-.. _ . Military occupation by the British, If knowledge is power, as begunin 1915, was welcomed by Socrates said,_lhen Ignorance is 1 nationalists. In 1920 Iraq become a impotence. League of Nations mandate unAmericans know pathetically. ^cJer British administration, and little about Iraq and Kuwait; Most Feisc! I was rriake king in 1921. In of us have never met an Iraqi or 1932 Iraq was admitted to the Kuwaiti. Yet as a nation we. or our League of Nation:. Domestic polielected representatives, are extics were turbulent, causing many pected to make decisionseffectchanges in government. Iraq deing the Arab countries future, as clared war on the Axis Powers in •'well as ours and the World's. 1943. and in 1940 joined the Arab Here, at least, is some back.-.•' League In the unsuccessful war ground toward rudimentary against Israel. knowledge about them: Under Feisal II. the United States Iraq is approximately coextenextended technical and military sive with ancient Mesopotamia.

in Florida's human population. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO: William - TEN YEARS AGO: Deciding that Nungester was. named Sanibel City Manager, replacing Dave - the home of "Uncle" Clarence Rutland is unique In Its faithfulness Bretzke. Al Mucnch will serve as to early island pioneer living, city •i. Interim manager unlit. March, council is requesting the right of when Nungester will take over the first refusal for the residence. : - duties. .. , .y . Charlotte White, chairwoman of .; rSightings of 45 Florida manar. the Sanibel Historic Preservation tees on Jan. 8 were reported by site, said It would make an exceltwo "Ding" Darling Wildlife lent museum for Sanibel artifacts Refuge officers at the mouth of the N and memorabilia. (Presently, the ,, Caloosaliatchce River and Pine "' ' \ ' Island Sound. Despite 50 million- ^Rutland home is the museum, located on cily property next to City years of survival In Florida waMallonDimlop,Kd.) ters, the manatee population ts on • the decline because of the growth

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assistance from the 1950s. Ino coup d1 etat in 1958 General Abdul Kassem seized control of Baghdad, proclaimed a repu&iic. killing Feisal. In 1940. Iraa claimed sovereignty over Kuwait. A coup overthrew and executed Knssam n 1963. Saddam Hussein, born 1937. the son of peasants of-cfv/arhor tribe. has been completely In charge sines 1979. Ho has executed 21 cabinet members and has suris held by a joint British-American vived 10 coup attempts so far. turn, but the Emir of Kuwait shares Kuv/oit. population 1.9 million, is equaily In the company's profits. a comparative newcomer Much of his fabulous wealth is deamong A/ob stoles, settled by . •5, voted to the material improvetribes In the eorty 16th century, Tho ment ond education of this subpresent dynasty was founded by j e c t , which has created a culture' : Saboh obu Abduia, who ruled of dependency, ^ from 1756 to 1772. Nojninalfy on Ono judgement Is that before Ottoman province, Ihteatoood by Saddam, Kuwait was a good ,. extinction by the WahaW (Islam country in 0 bad neighborhood. reform movement, tho religion of Now. do you ten less impotent? the ruling family of Saudi Arabia), Maytio we Amsricon are going to the sheik In 1897 csked tho British havo to learn Arabic (end for protection - which ended In Jopanese) If we are to survive In 1961, but British troops wero fe- « tho 'new world order.' quested when Kuwait wosthreat' ened by Iraqi occupation? Jabar al-Ahmad al-Sabah, with (Wes Haines Is the retired four wives, 40 children, became president of Franklin Cofege of Emir In 1977. " \ . Indianqpnd a raconteur. A gradWith 20 percent of the worlds •; ~ hate of Brown and Harvard Uniknown oil reserves, it has been a versities, he is the author of sevmajor producer since 1946. The eral books ol whimsy and light main oil exploitation concession philosophy. He lives in FcrtMyets.)

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A Sub-Tropic heat wave has swept into the lounge at ('liaduitks causinfx some hot sounds nnd a sizzling dance tloor. KniL-e liutson (keylward), John Urich (drums). Chuck Toniliusun (saxuphone) and Dave Juliand(guitar), have a singular style that is pure 90's. a - - •-. Their music is a balanced mixture of Top 40 tunes, Rock-and^,H(iH, Khythm and Blue?, with a little "RapJ thrown in for fun. \

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'Hie Sanlbel-Cap llva Audubon Society will once again spon sor bird idcntlflca tlon courses. Jane and Russ Francis, who have taught classes for many years, are the Instruc tors. The beginner classes will be'held on two Mondi>s .January 21 and 28 U 7:.'iO p.m. nl the Sani bcl Coninuinltv Church. 17-10 Peri winkle Way and

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Sanlbel Community Center'at 7:30 p.m. The cost of the beginners' course Is $10 and the Intermediate course Is $15 inclusive. Each course will end with a field trip. Call 472-0512 for more informal ion.

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Out flitm tn aeityiii isvtt out amnga client ovet <25Q,O00! Without obtigiij'on, C.C. Gleason wilt da a review of yout cuitenl position, ind pieitnl alternatives lot future consideration Mr. p i n i o n holds * mistari degiee with 2 0 yean in estate canservatioET.

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JUST LISTED. Fabulously clecoralcd Gulffrom South Seas Beach Villa. 3rd floor. 1 bedrooms & loft. Only $372,500. CallBari 472-2311.

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Art league juried snow at Phillips Gallery The Sanibel-Captiva Art League juried show is currently exhibiting through January 27 at The Phillip: Gallery'at the Center for the Arts on Dunloo Road.There are 89 paintings which Phil Ras _, mussen. the juror, cheseout of 160 entnes submitteo.

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Consideration of a request for a variance !o U n d Development Code Secton 1 E5p. ytfajiswqter Disposal System c. (1} Setbacks, (a) v lo permit ihe installation of an on site'mounded wastewater disposal system set back 32 ft. (in lieu ol Ihe required IOC f t v (ram Lha moan high waler line ol Bowen Biyou, in conjunction with a proposed singlg farm1/ resi donee to be developed on Lot G ol unrecorded Caloosa Shores Subdivision (Tax Parcel STRAP No. 12-46-21-T3 00009.0250);as submitted by Joseph St Cyr for Jacqueln Goe!!e Giattinr. No. V90-235. • • ,. " 1 i ; i s a.m. 10. Consideration of an application died pursuanl !o Lanrl Oe/eloprert Cede Article 111., Part F. Condi|ional tjses. and in accosdance <*ilh Sections 11 2 Gprnr?' Reauirernonts and 1.1.3. Specify Requirements e. Re jort'hotJSjpg aices.ory cornmcrc J u r o T to permil the outdoor sales of beach sundry items at the Sanoel Ra-na^ l i n localeaat 1231 Middle Gull Drive (Tax Pafco! STRAP No. 30-46-23-T2-&0105 00£0) as SLbmilled t y e Jd S Stern. Attorney lor Jamos P. and Palricia Carrall. No. CUP 90 70 10:30 a.m. 11. Consideration of an ordinance pertaininr/tec earincs tndvs^ala en landirds contained in the Land Development Code; amending paragraph (c)t cf St-b ^eaons l D 2 b (1), l.D.2.b. (2), i.O.2.b.{3), !.D.2.b.(4), I.D 2.b.',5), and I D 2 b(6} lo reqjire remeval of Bra2ilian popper and Melaleuca tees torn all areas ol a pa ecl p'opo pd for d t ^ o p r r n n t or le alteration, including any portion ol any parct! used for catula on of denst^ or d^\eLp rnon! iniensity. impermeable coverage, or vegetation removal ard d \ « f r J i r t 3 a" enJ 13 subsection IX.13.f. lo provide that Ibis standard is a ccnrtlici of «il g e t . c 1 ptrmi & amervding sutsccfion ID.S.3.1. 13 require the same stsndaH as a c o - ^ i u i o l a devt orrfnt p-ormit; providing lor codikalion; providing lor confrcl and ^ e ^ e n r c 1 aid p'o d "tj ^ ef'c faedale. N'o.L0C90-111 10:d5a.m. 12. Continuation of (from January 0. JS9)!considen!oiu'afeque I fjr 1ri-\,tS to Land Development Code Secljons-1.0.2. a. Required Concjiipr. H e ^ d ^ . a i p'J' .'5 (-l) C 10 0 ide lot t i e developrreit ol additional parking spaces closer tfcarc 20 ft. !o the canal a cng the norther1/" boundary ot f-i parcel, closer Ihan 10 ft. lo tfie^sido property lines; apd closer than 75 fl Iran Ihe centeri rr> of East Gull Drive right-of-way and to allow the vegetation remo at aF d dce ! op o d area to evee " the mavidium:30 percent petmilted; and Section I.E.7. A ; M ^ q r y ?jy.g?.Jfes d Frc .! yM, js permit installation 0! a dumpster without regard to the 10 fl side yard and 75 fl 'r«m I n * * cenierline setbacks; and Section I.E.23. Qt*-5t^ • - • • 5 , to permit less than the 43 required parking spaces, and d. De., for otf-s ). leading ^p^cg*; and di'vcvayq, lo pet mil reductions in the r< w i y and parking space dimensions and to permit parking to occur 01 Ihe rion-cont'gjojs rxr lion cf the pfbper^ situated between Bie canal and ncrlherly nghl ol way line for Eas Gulf Drive.'The subject property is the si!e of Bie Gallery Motel located at 5* 1 Easl Guif D r t v (Tax Parcel STRAP Nos. ;0-4G-23-T3-00207,01SO and 20-46-23 T3-OO209 0020) a1^ submi»ed by Timothy J. Muriy. Attorney for Florida Income Fund No. VB3 135 11:00 a.m. S3. Continuation of (from January 3, 1991) consideration 0! a reo,ues! fof'a variance to Land Development Coda Section I.E.I7, plood-and Stormprpcfifq e. General Slandards (1). (?), (3). (13), and (14), and 1. Specific standards (1) and (6). to provide lor T Ihe-fac! approval of the constructor* of living area below the required lowest floor e'ev; established by !he Rccd Insurance Rale Map, on properly located at 2018 V/ild Lime Drive {Tax parcel STRAP Mo. 13-46-21-T2-OC100.C970)- submitted by Nea'e Montgomery, Attorney lor'Jinvny and Laura Burnsed. V90-233. ALL IN THE CI1Y CF 3AN!3EL. LEE COUNr/. : : FLORIDA. " . . • If a jx-rsof> d&CLdss to jppta! sfiy dcci^'Oi of the body ^»th rospect to ^ny matter considered 0 such meeting or hearing, tie w>'! need a lecord of me proceedings, and for such purposes rr,3; need !o ensure that a verbatim record of'tie proceedings is made, v\nich record includes t!i< testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is so be based. IRH-l.18-91

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LAKE-FRONT itKAUTY I ash tropical trees and plantings. 3BR/2BA. 4 years "new". Tncsl quality construction by top builder. Lovely master suite on jppcr floor. Enchanting long wide view olj»lake. Offacd at S349.5OO. Please call SAM LOUBE at 472-5187 or 395-0024 eves. BRING YOUR BOAT!! Tins complete1., renovated 3 bedroom, 2 bath home has a 60 dock for it! Then check out the gorgeous screened poo! area [hit also includes a porch with entertainment center complete with bar and refrigerator. All this offered for S485 000 Please call MAGGIE (472-8633) or SUE (4729329)at4725187. REDUCED OVER $10,000 On the golf coursc-a few steps from the "Dunes" Country Club with pool and tcnnis..This house is all about views. Golf Course, water and wildlife This 3 bcdroom/2.5 bath is ofilrcd at $219 900. Excellent rental or residence Please call ELAINE SCHUMM. GRI at 472-5187 or 454-3134 cvo

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COMMERCIAL LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION -• Sanibcl "Commercial Periwinkle Way Properly is Rare".' Perfect location for shop, store or offices. Apartment above for owner or help. Just offered at $399,00.1 Please call J.B. NOVF.LLI at472-5l87today! RARE COMMERCIAL/DETAIL CONDOMINIUM LIME TREE CENTER, has Periwinkle frontage in a high traffic area. Currently rented to Duradcan Inc. Approx. 936 sq. ft. of iloor space. Priced io sell at $155,000. Call DAVID L. SCHULDENFREI at 472-5187 or 466-0514 eves, for moredeuils. ;-: - COMMERCIAL OFFERING NEEDLEPOINT SHOP IN HIGH TRAf-TIC SHOPPING CENTER. S70.000 INCLUDES INVENTORY AND FIXTURES. CALL MAGGIE (472-8633) OR SUE (4729329) AT 472-5187.

.SANIBEL-.CAPTIVA TIRED OF THE RAT RACE? Do we have the placeYor you. Enjoy living on Sanicvl at an affordable pricepDid we mention walerfronl? OOPS! this location has' that too - direct access canal to Pine Island Sound. All for $210,000. Seller will take back purchase money mortgage. Huny! Call MAGGIE (472-863iiOr SUE (472-9329)al 472-3456. . . " O ' . EVERYDAY IS A VACATION! Enjoy your leisure tiine in Ihis umiland telreat.'Situjled »• Clam Bayou with views of lhe:Wild!iic and Gulf you wu, lose every minute here. Sphsh in the p'.vil or iclas by the fireplace. DIAL 472-3456 and a>k for MARY ANNE CIKA <4393.(SIO.472-3(lMcics.'_ CHATEAIXSI fTMF.U IsUnd Lifestyle awaits yuu in il::- I simi-B8/3BA I:,K:C accented with numerous wmb'AS :o enhance t"::e r..:liir;il .^ht :::\1 t-vju'y. Vaulivd wiyO ce;i;ni;s, firirpiiicc. d :u! AC, 3 c!«ks. cnildM'd lower iivei wiih I < a r f:iisfi- Dcniei! K-ach access !Y>r only S3-'!psriil VUv.c <*'A r:ori!Hl IHAlll si 472->156 ori'UA/i we.

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ISLAND KEPOBTER C • A •* L • E *;N • D • A •• Wednesdays from South Seas Plantation, Captrva, 330 p.m. Adults $16.50. children S8.25, Reservations: 472-7549. Current Events, com-.., munity course. Bob Maurer, moderator, lOa.m.-noon, $4. Bridge (or Fun, Betty J. Seott, director. 1-4 p.m. With or without partner. Sanibel Community Center.

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Epstein-Barr Virus family support group. 7:30 p.m. 9368284 or 997-2553. Photography (8 weeks) a! Sanibel ^ Community Center. 810 a.m. Bob Hovath.instructor. $50. . Yoga C 8 weeks). Sally RichJnstructbr. Sanifcwl Community Center, 9:30-11 a.m. Series $50. single $7, Ballroom Dancing, Helen Kolvin, director. With or without partner, 7-9 p.m. Sanibel Community Center. $5. Community Course Basic Bridge (1st oflO weeks) Anne Green, instructor, 9 a.m.noon; $50. Community Center. Square Dancing, jack King, instructor. Sanibel Community Center, 1:30-3:30 p.m. S5 per session.

Short Stories with Dr. Annie Cook, Joyce. Updike and Wun^ ^30-4 30 p m Ph Gatery. Center i t, Arts, 900 Dur.!opRd. 395W00. Play Reading fed by Aaron Ritvo. Phil;;p: Gallery. CenfeV for the Arts. 7:30 p.m. 395Evenings with Shake0900. speare, Prof. Robert Short stories, with Dr. Miller discusses Annie Cook. 2:30-4 courtly tcve, fantasy '•'" p.m.," Phillips Gallerv -and lime. Phillips at Barrier Island Cerv Gallery at the Barrier ter for the Arts, Duntop Island Center for the Road, $5.3950900. Arts, Dunlop Road. Play reading, with . 7:30-9 p.m. S5 per perAaron Ritvo. 7:30-9 son. ;1 (J p.m., Phillips Gaiiery .. Watercolor work- ''^ y at Barrier Island Censhop, 9 a.m.-nSon,: * ter for the Arts, DUf>?op Sanibet Coptiva Art League] at Barrier IsLite drawing, live land Center for the " models, Robert York Arts. Dunlop Road. $8 instructor, 7:30-9 p.m.. (runs until end of - Founders Gaiiery BarFebruary) rier Island Center tor Evenings wilh Shakethe Arts, Dunlop speare, part one ot Rood, $9,3950901 'Romeo and Juliet." with Professor Robert Millet, 7:30-9 p.m.. Phillips Gallery at BarSelf help program for rier Island Center for dealing with emo-. the Arts, Dunlop lions. Twelve Steps Roaa $5,3950900. for Everyone.- Sanibel Public Library meeting room; Thursdays _at noon. 472-5081. Kiwariis Club meets Art classes for eleeach Wednesday, mentary, school stu7:30 a.m. for breakfast dents taught by Marat The Jacaranda jorie Bronstead. 2:30 restaurant. 472-2600. p.rn, a! BIG arts cenIntermediate Bridge. ter, Dunlop Road. community course Cost: $75 for 14 weeks . * X'stof 10 weeks). Jean or $7 per session. 472Scott, instructor. $50. .3339. •-.. -; Conservation Foundation boat cruises. • please see page 16C

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Captiva Chapel by the Sea, Captrva Island. Sunday service, 1 Vg.m. through April 2 K Dr. William Schrom. minister. Christmas Eve Candlelight Service. 7 p.m. " . .• :

St. Isabel Catholic Church. 3565 SanibeP Captfva Rd. Saturday mass 5:30 p.m.; Sunday mass 5:30, 10:30 a.m. end noon. Daily mass 8:30 a.m. Holy day schedules same as weekends. Msgr. Robert W. Schlefen and Rev. Carmen Caruso. 472-2763. " -.==>

Temple judea, Conservative Synagogue, 14486 A&W But) Road, Fort Myers. Services: Friday.,8 p.m.; end Saturday, 9 a.m. Rabbi Toba August. Call 433-020t. " •

Sanibel-Capliva First Church ol Christ Scientist, 2950 W. Guff Dr. Sunday service and Sunday school, 11 a.m. Wednesday meetings 8 p.m. Reading room 10 a m. to noon Wednesday and Friday. 472-8654. Unitarians-Unlversolists of (ho Islands meets on Sunday evenings at 7:30 in Fellowship Hal! of the Sanibel Congregational Church, 2050 Periwinkle Way. 334-4734.

Jewish reform shabbat service, beginning _ Jan. 1 1^D! 8 p.m. and continuing bknonthly. will " b e in the library of Sanibel Congregational Church, 2050 Periwinkle Way. Oneg shabbat to follow. Coil 472 3016, a . Temple Beth-El, an affiliated reform • congregation, 2701 Del PfOdo Blvd., Cape Cora!. Services Fridays. 8 p.m. Rabbi Solomon Agin. Coll 574-5115. ^

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Connelly argued that permits were 1<*JO1I> .„ issued for some of the electrical plumbing and structural changes made to what was once i car port but the tountv records showing ap proval have long stare been destroyed Si e further alleged that city officials knew the apartment was Illegal but Issued permits* to friends and relatives approving some rh irges Connelly argued that asking her to mention names amounted to gestapo like" tactics

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25 toot deep vegetation bufTcr along West Gulf Drive and Casa Ybel Road wltli only*the number of plants required for a 10 fool deep buffer for the subdivision being developed by Container Products Corporation. Much pf the existing vegetation lies 10 tci 15 feet "outside the mandated ? 10-foot bufici\ Wortzel argued. , In an effort to save.those trees and minimize new plantings, Wortzel will be allowed to count and preserve all the vegetation within 25 feet of the road right of way for his buffer as long as he ntccts the number of plants and trees required fora 10 foot vegetation sorcery Commissioners also agreed to let Wortzcl'Sj clients poison, but not removed, Brazilian pepper plants located on a one-quarter to onev half acre of the properly. Actual removal of Ihc dead pepper stumps and roots wusilri destroy too much of the native plant conjmunity, commissioners ruled.

By Corcn Hennan . Staff Writer ~' • ' Sanlbel's Planning Commission will allow developers for nultcrknife Subdivision lo have a lgrgcr vegetation buffer with fewer than required plants. Alan Wortzel, with Brokers Consultants of -,Sanibel, Int., received pennisslon al last Tuesday's commission meeting to establish a

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LIGHTHOUSE POINT Hill JUST LISTKU. Onplciely refurbished with beautiful aiuriyani setting. Oily oi. A (iRKAT IIL'V AT SUJ.OO0. «llfi Itauliful ground Icvc! unit, completely Fumishcil. ?BR/2B.-\, »iOi 4rn. OON'THAIT. THIS IS PRICED ATOMY $229,500. • »

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PathScekcrs. Inc. will hold a 12-hoitr workshop "Awakening Creativity" at UK: Center for the Arts. 900 Dunlop Road, on Tuesdays. January 29, February 5, 12. and 19. 1991. from 3 to 6 p.m. ;.; Group leaders will be artist Jean.Dean.. Maggie Mullins. therapist, and Ingeborg G. Mauksch, nurse and consultant.. . _ v Sessions arc open to men and women and jire aimed at people who consider,,themselves "uncrcalive." but who wanflb prove themselves wrong, and to those who think that they may lie creative, given a chance ; lo express themselves; ••-- '"„. The cost Is $100 for four sessions. Call PatfiSeekers office, 472-6180 for reservations,.

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A home addition may have in be reduced afk'r Sin libel's l'hinning Commission denied On Thursday. January 2-1 at 8 p.m.. T)r. variances from septic setbacks and unobClalr Postmus will present a program for <.> >*sln>clcd area codes. • , . the Sanibcl_-CapUva_ Audubon Society entiMark Nauinanti, of Carlton-Namnann tled 'Texas/Oregon, Their Common Board- Construction, was seeking a variance to allow crs." " • "' '-.,""' Anton M. Heldmann's septic system to be 25 Dr. Postmus, emeritus Professor of fee! closer to a body of wSlcr and five feet Chemistry from North Park College of closer to the property line than is allowed. Chicago, has been a serious nature photogHeldmann recently turned his downstairs rapher for many years, concentrating on bedroom into a dining room and added a bedbirds for the last twenty. This program Is room to t h e u p s t a ' r s of his San Carlos Day the result of several years or photographing Drive home. -f bLrtls in both states. The 'addition brought the home's total Many birds spend the summer In OCcgon square footage to 2.30R square feet. Septic exand the winter in Texas. A change of pansion is required because the home Is now plumage with the seasons means that their larger than 2,000 square feel. appcararicc will be different in each state. According lo planner Roy Gibson the srptlc The program will be at the Santbcl Comaddition brings the system tbt feet closer to munity Center, 2173 Periwinkle Way. A $ 2 ' sine bay and right lo the edge of Hctdmann's. donation Is requested. properly line. ^.,

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VHF radio license regulation clarified By Richard Cain StajJ Writer ,. • There has been quite a bit of confusion among boaters lately about the Federal Communications Commission's (KCC) law requiring all boats equipped with a VHF radio to be licensed. = The law itself, however. Is quite clear. It Is a new fee and the variety of licenses available that has left many Ideal boaters feeling fog bound. — All vessels equipped with VHF1 radios, from dinghies to supertankers," must have a Ship Radio Station License, No. 506. lo operate a VHF radio in domestic waters, according lo,Slevc;Fergiison, an official at the FCC office In Tampa. The license costs $35. is good for five years •Hid is non-transferable, which means If a person sells his old boat and buys a new cfuc •=•-'."

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NORTH CAPUVA ISLAND .

North Captiva ,Watch tho sunsei o*ef tho Gulf of Menco " 'from Ihis flicoly (urnished 2 bedroom, i bath piling borne. 4165.000. (813) 765 £529-

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Unobstructed Gufl vww from INs very private 2 bedroom. 3 balh vacatioo home. $295,000. Enjoy 3 miles of secluded beaches. WiB consJdof paitnership (813)472-2833.

Sajtiibel - 1-10 Passengers 10.00 Per Person $30.00 Min,

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Owner ofter s this Ml/^festorod and rertovatod Old Captiva -._ homo with special appeal (or Uioie w t u lave the past but BY OWNER-One of a fcnd, .. appreciate evety'tnodem first bme on market, only &mgte . comfort and convenience. t a r r ^ homo on boach betwoen ^located on WijjhimanLane. LtghUxwse and Tarpon Bay VC7 near G i i ! beach and Road. Lot is 100>S40needs vi'flage, just beyond coastal v remodelwg froknrs'Welcomed" conEtruction ccntrol Sno. New J775.000 kitchen and bathroom fixtures. ..cedar plan kad walls and ceilings. Berber carpel and ccramtc b'te througrioul This . BOATERS DEUGHT unique home features 2 iitoci accoss.Closo to Senibel bodroor.TS and 2 bams, great and beaches 3/2 pool home room with vaulted coifing, loft, - On dceptokfe canal with den, screened docks, shed and lagoon type setting which gives lush vegetation. Ready lot you privacy and broathtaKmg ; water view. - _^ immediate occupancy. Priced to soB at $337.500.. wiB - r reduced to . consider all offers. $230,000. (813} 395-2320 BY THE IMPERIAL RiVERWtda canal, riprap dock 2/1. vm root, hugs lanai Priced to REPOSSESSED VA & HUD HOMES a v a i l a b l e , from sell al 1125,000. Call government from $1 without -: GSSELA DRUFFEL credit check. You repair. Also V/OO0 ASSOCIATES S&L bailout properties Call 454-5525. o (805) 682-7555, EXT H-3609 (or repo fisi your area

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SANIBEL CAPTIVA SHUTTLE INC.

SANIBEL-CAPTIVA CUSTOMERS, VISIT OUR ISLAND REPORTER OFFICE AT THE VILLAGE 2340 PERIWINKLE WAY, UNITK-1

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Sailboat access lot. also 3 ljcdroorn/2 balh homo. Boat pad, 4,000 Ib. davits, Jacuzzi. Sprinklers. weB. 2 car garage, fruit irens. sever and water..-, SUO00O.' 542-3307. O p e n ' Sunday, 12 00 4 CO, 120 S W . SathSl. ""

REALTY . North Capliva Island SALES AND RENTALS

Cpptiva - 1-10 Passengers s 15.00 Per Person s40.00 Min. ,-, CALLFOR RES|RVAT!ONS 472-0007

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Present This A d Ip'Vour Driver For ICRS'Discoun! A wonderful fimily uaperiencu Au Ir 1 an European, cinomvin Japanese Irgh cliocl exchange <:studnnts irr v n in August Become a ho t family/American inti-rtultiiral Sludunl -Exchingo Call 1-800IBLING , , GOLD CREDIT CARD - 100v approved Sl.SOO cfed>! line. Monn/ back giiar.inteo.. For complclo inlormalion call 1 900-226 00J9 $24 50 leo.

Call For Advertising Information. 482-7111

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1333 PAR VIEW DRIVE, Ei/ding. Beaches. P^oi And T B U I = Ucarby S310CO0

Cahtag': Pa'.ms S f a Grape Sen Gi!5. Beach S170.0O3 B J ) cw o U!e;. E | o y Pcol Terwii. Dock N o * S80s

TJarlli Cwliva Dunes Gom rioa'Park Seach o SS9.900

Cail.ng All Captains .Pnaalo Boat Dock $30,

SANIEEi. - iONA AREA Sail-H20 b t - Sciwalled Reduced.S1G5.00G. Ha^bor.ign. Stukjng nc« homo. Dirocl access Will Imanca KELLY GREENS 1 cor.do. S!05 ; 900. Homos from • $169,900. -I3J9,OOO Renlafs a v a i l a b l e Florida's Fines! Really. Inc.; Donna Dover, Broker 466-5222 or ^66-3883

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- C A L L FOR FREE BROCHURE [B13J 472-3000

FRANKLIN NORTH CAROLINA Lois, homes, loAnhouses. goll. Trudf and Frank Porter, B/rd Pfoptflios, 171 Pottof SL'ODl ' Frankhn. HC 2B734. (704} 5248341 -

cfjti'*/ ilofig the Sart=bc1 - bC'i.TsoJ 'ji^^ly foon W'lh t'fepiar.e Separate laundry room La'ge (paster brrtoom •ifid ba!*i witti waVin cJasets. t>.'C-r5:;od g.irago. t&tr.f OJitcn oirar,'including gre-,ii no;ghbors Priced at 5497,900 Call 472-4748 For Appointment. _

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cor garage Bi-iit in 133J V,t Re;Max Rea : l^ Grcijp. Ask l a Linda H«sS, " .153 0444 or 435-4552 BEACHFRONT HOME, Wc-wly builr crt SoKefelta with p o j ! * - ' 335 ft per. Pruder,!;al Rea!!/. Pat Dor^lson acceplng otters 1-639-2600 . "

LEAV'NG STA1E - S W. Cape Cora1 waterfront - D'fecl access home 3''2. (ami!/ room opensto solar tteaied screened cool, ayersized 2 car garage. 2 d'ocks. electric davits.

SimbdConage-3 bedrooms 2 balla, sc/oened porch Wd! to Gull Priced to £oH. $!fi9,900 Ca9 4720793 or 472-8917 after 6 M P M

Piolessi'Onally Undscaped. tiled roof, timed glass threoghoiit. Pocketed doors. S155.0O0. E42-8G19. 140 S.W 54th Si., Capo Coral

f o r sals by owrtet,. Spacious West Gull Dr. home.'Wany G!t F dt;!a;is cat (419) 447-4028.

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HOMES FOR SALE To Whom It May Concern: The Classified Advertisement (or Suyors Roalty appearing in Ihe Island Roportor and Captiv. Current published Friday, January Hlh contained an " advoilisemont, which begins •SANIBEL UNBELIEVABLE PRICE* shows a prico ot $125,000 firm in Iho copy, which a incorrect duo Is an ur.foitunalo (raiisposition ol characters in Mlting Iho type tor the ad Jbo con eel prico should havo ftid. "$215,000 IBUI". Wo regret any i neon wen to nee Hiis error may have caused Buyers Realty and Iheir

Cape Cod Stylo Duple* with 3 bedroom & 1 &aih. units. San Carlos Park. Stays rented. Weil maintained, $79,900. Sand Dollar Real Eslato, Inc.; 4331343; • ... If island, but less Duplex _ ...Jos to ganibcl. Located in area of residential homes secluded on doad in street, douWo size 'enccd lot Very nicely u p d a t o d . & spadous"2/2 and 2/1. PLUS. Cabana with bath and kitchonottoGorgeous landscaping, fruit trees, large pool & dock. Great tenlal will help pay mottgage, Paul of Cheryl, owner/agont. 454-5321. Fully rented duplex lietwuen Palm Beach and the River needs some work lo increa&o tents. OVVNER WILL CARRY WITH ONLY 55.000. DOWN. $•19,000. Call Gem Peal Estate. Inc. 935-2436.

SANIREL ' UNBELIEVABLE PRICE Unoupccted hardship forces lis final prico reduction on this 2 ycai old 3 bedroom, 3 bath homo with caged pool. With bench access you won't find a :!Tcr buy on Sambol than this. •• reduced from 5325,000

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to $235,000 " To the un boli ov able $215,000 Firm. Call (or appointment NOW!!! BUYERS REALTY 466-4700 DEACH FRONT homo, ncwl/ built on Bokoilia with pool * 335 ft. pior. Prudential Realty, P a t ' D o n o l s o n . Accepting oilers, i-639-2600.

REPOSSESSED VA & HUD HOMES Ava.!ablo dom government Iror $ 1 without credit check. You repair. Also S&L bailout . properties. Call

(805(682-7555, .. SKI. H-3472 (or repo list your area.

ONE BLOCK FROM fliVER on 200 tl CANAL DOCK. BOAT PAD. ELEC1RIC DAVITSCHARMING CCRIAN KITCHEN, FORMAL S 1NFOW.UI DINING. FAMILY ROOM. LANAI. SPUT H.V A. A/C. SPRINKLERS. AM'PM GEM REAL ESTATE. INC.. (B13) 995-2436.

S'anibol Duplex - Near beacrY; 2

porches separato laundry rooms. BUY IT, only $159.500..

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Sanibel Ccndo • Captain's Walk 1 bedroom (orntihed.. down. Best buy ort the Island S39.000 Move ngfit in! Pnscilta Murphy Realty, Dorothy Sprouse, Realtor, Assoc , «726500. . B.

2 bedroom, 2 bath comef unit. Boat sltp, covered parking. Many extras, $130,000. «*650972

SANIBEL BEACH CLUB I Love!/ 2 bedroom, 2 bnttv large porches unils facing Gulf. Pool Jacuizi tenpis, etc. Ocean front. COMPARE BEFORE YOU BUY. Call Virginia Bush. Associate. THE VACATION SHOPPE. " S A L E S , INC. O. (813) 472-1545 LIGHTHOUSE RESORT &CLUB

Spacious 2 bedroor.i with ijgn. Suilss. Amenities Include: Pool, Isnnls, bicycles, hoi tub. . Call: Associate

LAKEFRONT- DUNES

b->drcom. 2 bath, Pi>n, sonny room, C.V.hodroi ifrgs. Condi) tenures Pool, Tennis, i and v»e!( mamwine gTOunds.wi'!i lush Isndscapinjj Sounds nice dc*isnl it? 561,900 o fie/Ma* Real!/ Group, Ash for Linda Hots 489 0444 or 481-4992.

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tiealcr, refrigerator, capcting. etc. Water access to bay,

Near Sanibel and boaches 2 b e d r o o m , - 1-1/2 b 3 tit townhouse-Poo!, appliances,

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6281. purchased. $369,000. 4725343 or 472-8383.

DUPLEXES :FORSALE MORE FOR YOUR MONEY IMAGiNE - THREE d-velijiVg units on Sanibel Island for cril/ $240,000. Close .!o Gull beaches. Duplex with optional third apatimcnl. One 2 bodioorn'2 twin residence wtifi family room, liV'nQ room, htichon and glass enclosed ianai'prus ono 2 bedroom/1 bathroom,, kitchen, screened porch nnd cafport, lauodry. ^nd , cr two 1 bedroom* 1

( Sanibol • a Soa Shell hodfoom, 2 bath. Nicely - lurnishod - i landscnped complex Across street from Gull. pool, tennis Great rer.Ja! iticome. $163 OOC {50e) 562-9000 Fomle Roy-ilo - B-702 on Caloosahaicheo 3 bedrooms. £ baths.'Covered parking. Tonnis paol. S165.000 3325059 - " . '

SOUTH SEAS PLANTATION -MARINA VILLA CONDO" 2 bed-oom, 2 bath, ciiherfral ceilings. Jpp floor Great viow of manna Call (813) 334-3439 .i-HH -nnl:»n.i KELLY GREENS VERANDA ^2 bL-droom, 2 bath cando with •r.ts b-itn ind Z •^cparnio uTiiify room Gorgoous views on t5th fairwa/.-FuH golt cedrot 1 bath upartmoi privileges, $137,000 Call 466Full/ tnishod. Samb 33a 2. Acrs. VVooctodarea Otferoi nclusivo!/ bf Sanibel Shore Casa Bella. Affordable Ifjiott Runwis A flerity, -•$54,000. 212 cornor-upstaits Contact Betsy Webber, unit Wasr-or.'dryer, fans. Pool, . lonnis. Minutes to beaches. Realtor % Kelly Road. 472-2807. <;472-4675

INTERVAL OWNERSHIP SURFRIDER BEACH CLU9 Gull / I r b n t , 'paol, lennis,Jacuizi. elc Quifil and Inc-ndiy t bedfoo-n units Call Gieq-i Babfer Associ.ilo. ' THE VACATION SHOPPE
lighthouse Resort, saift by OAnc-r. 35R. 2 eA. ba/.fro.M.

SANIBEL OAVOyS, PHASE!! Srjutfi e>posyri3, underground uiii'Bos tJiiar bca;h access, patio t>*nw is licensed Roal Q Estate fefson For more . y infrsrnuboncaSAUSOM* ..FUWAN, ASSOCIATE.

' 4T2-32S5. 1 KW-553 2I4S

Principals on!y. $16,500. Cail; 201-744 2100, days or 2CI-" 7J5 7963. evenings. .

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$39,500/' 472-22K.-

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SOUTH SEAS PLANTATION BEACH CLUB • Week *5 2 Bedroom. 2 bath Gtill trani^ Sleeps 6. Pool A terms court

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Soulh StJas Plantation Beach Pins Island Lots Canal front. > Club week 40. 2 bedroom, 2 lot deep wawr, d-roct access, Z bath. Gull front, pool & tennis S45 000. Baylront lot. V-GW of t '•" ct.. $3,500. Call (216'f 592Sanibol, S150.000. Mobile, J , " 9500 hemo lot $S,950. LaMft Real ~C .'•?.? »: - * " ' — limz. EsWte 28-3-437!. •-" -• SOUTH SEAS PLANTATION ^ " . —• ' • - - - -" Captiva bland Beat* CM) LoHor sate-17.000+/-sq>Jaff? On private beach gull side feet ol on east end ot Island, & Sleeps 6. 2 bedroom, 2 bath. Sanibet. Deeded boach - . lull Vitchen. Tastefully access. $2lO,000/cffets (617) C v appointed. Poo), tennis courts'^ 894-B182. , 55 great fishing, 2 nooks, April 12 & 19. Discount price Can days, (704) 328-2201 of eves., (704) BEAUJJFJLJL GULF VifiW LQ1 324-1624. . 7 FOR SALE V* acre. Oppfi tiland Ofrrret \ •-*-"•* ' T i o o«or "Coll

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THE VACATION SHOPPE' SALES, INC. (813) 472-12)2

SANIBEL BEACH CLUB tl Windward Point Con do - 1 • "Large luxury gulf front, 2 bedroom, 1 bath^ Newly~ bedroom, 2 bath, screened decorated 5 newly furnished, porch, pool, tennis, bicycles^ Water on 3 sides. Quill in steeps 6 --» microwa.ii. hurricane shutters. ROBlNTROWBRIDGE, 2nd floor. 463-5368 ; .. ASSOCIATE THE VACATION SHOPPE For sale by owner, like new. 2 SALES, INC. -SOUTH SEAS PLANTATION bedroom, 2 bath. Living room, BAYSIDE VILLA - 1 bedroom, 2 dining room, kitchen & utility o bath, watorviow i-nii. room. All appliances. Pool £ Coripielcly redecoratod. South Tiim share weeks for sale for hildren included. (813) 574Seas guaranteed loase,^ v 1991. Weeks 11, 12. 4 13. 1 program. All arrit'nites of South • Sambol C2341 W Gulf Dr., - Seas Plantation. $129,900, by Sanibel Island, Florida. Phone; SANIBEL ON THE GULF owner. 201-744-2100. days or (416) 452-6454, Keith Harvey^ " 201-745-7963, evenings. managed "rental complex. Completely booked each .Pink Sholi Beach Club, FMB Large 11 and 2 bedroom winter, gara-jo. \&fga tool rocm. ilmesha'O units. Call Ockte. Hoctod pool,- lonnis, go!! Talaba, ts'and Shores Realty, couiss - I block. 3oautifully : 5490721. : furnished, S249.COO. (813) 472Luxury 2 bedroom • Amonities 837Bevonifigs. of (inost resort in Florida For sala by owner. Guaranteed lease available. Call Martha collect, days at (215) 735,; •- ISLAND 7475. ": « ' Boll Towor area. 2bedroor.i, 2 bath, mirrorod wall, coiling SANIBEL DIRECT GULF tans & more. (67,000. CASA YBEL • Beautiful view, FRONT. 2/2, comer unit in smai Loaso option, J 6.000 down well managed complex Best quiet location. Choice lower, $SSO per monih. J200 appl«s rentai program on island. Fully corner unit. 2 bodroom. ?. batfri booked lor 1991 season. furnished. WeeK i . Call (206) CFOSS CREEK COUNTRY J35O.00O. No brokers ploaso. 284-7905 or (206) 285 6760 CLUB Boauiilully furnisnod, (603)863 2278. 2/1. gaff, tonnis. pool SOUTH SEA PLANTATION AssumaWo mortgage, J Beach Out II $63,900: - , * * * * * * Wet* 9 * 10-March!-15 One bedroom. 1 bath first floor WoeK144t5-.April5-!9 Giiddcn Realty condo at Captain's Walk. 5 " V;eek42-Ocl 18-25 267-9494 minules to beach. New air, H/W

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Aftur hours 549-794S.

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RIVER FRONT South Ft, Myan lake and river front building sitec;avaitable soon tn an established prjvate communtif with marina faalttos, pool, tenns, park and dubf-ousa with resiauranUCall: Jorr/ Colton. JEC Rivorside Dey.,*S2-5281. •1 -

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WEST GULF DRIVE, ..SANIBEL 1/2 acre lot - Only 4 minute stroll toua tovBi-^ dosortod '*' . beach. Creative financing available. 472 6097. Lot 10 Sanibof River Estates, Rabbit Road. SmgfB lamily rGsidential on lake, deeded b e t c h access. Cleared, $139,000. Prjncipali only. (107)696-5065.

SANIBEL BAYOUS, PHASE I Large weff vegetated tot, undergrourTd utlities. Located ' ooar Bowman's Beach, $99,000. For information cai ALISON FIJWAN, ASSOCIATE, . BHOKERS^ONSULTANTS, 472-2255,1-600-653-2246 after hours, 549-7941. N£AH BEACH HOMESITE lot with dooded boach access, " overtcKAjng watof • in quiet ,, West Gulf Driva area. Owner arry! • Pries reduced 19 900 F i f o t i caBAUSONH.FIJWAN, ASSOCIATE, BROKE RS.-COf1SULTANTS. 472 2255,1-600-553^2246 . a f t e r hours. 549^7941.

A BEACH BARGAjN Fort Myers Beach - 2 adjoining 75K 100 ft. lots in an extibsrve deed restricted subdivision between bay & ^itlf. 454-3539 or 454 0381. Ml'»1

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Fort -Myers Beach Lot. Excellent ^Xfilior^ By Owner. SS2K. O S O . Cal 463-2834.

FORT MYERS BEACH WATERFRONT BUILDING SITE!' Boat to Islands and gull. investment 8 i , a :'or property. $95,900.(1 JacK Moore Realty, 489-3666. '

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7.5 Doaubful Acres (330x990) on Nalle Grado Road. Paved Road, Partially fenced. cicollont. homasits. Terms available, too. $66 900. Gem Rial Estate, Inc., 995 2436.

Si.nOO DOWM - TWO SITES AVAILABLE near Gull Elementary schools in Cape. Priced right at $12,500 & $11,500 Gam Real Estate, 995-2436 of 574-7866, EVES.

TIME FOR A NEW HOME? You Must Have A Tiptop Isles Waterfront Lot

TORTUGA BEACH CLUB Gulf front 2BR/2BA comer wsia- Pool, tennis. Building D: Wetik3.S!2OOO. BuiWmgGWeeks 3 4 4. $25 XKVpr. P O Box 1394 Sanibel.FL 33957. 1/4-1/17,472^971 l / ! 8 - 1 / 3 1 . 472-2742.

" i 38 (S(?|jt) i5.S50'ot!<:r. 301- Sanibei Collages - 2 bodroi; 2 bath. Walk to gulf. Woe*. J75-5Z55 ' '" ••"" » - ' —for sale! (603) 432-24C6.

MARINER SERVICES CORPORATION

Registered Real Estate Broker, COMPARING INTERVAL OWNERSHIP RESORTS? DON'T MISS THE VERY BEST! VISIT MARINERS "FIVE STAR1' RESORTS - -1" - — O N THE GULF --- ON BEAUTIFUL1 SANIBEL ISLAND »* CASA YBEL RESORT 472-15?1 * -' * TORTUGA BEACH CLUB 472-5044* * SANIBEL COTTAGES 472-1860 A '* HURRICANE HOUSE 472-3377 * * SHELL ISLAND BEACH CLUB 395-0220 *

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San Carlos Blvd. anil Home Ave., Port Myers Ucach. Turn between Sjillt Kail Hretaursnt and watcrfruit lot fcftfi- Wurranly devd and title insurance Incluiicil. OfRce two d w r e from (Irchotirtc. • 17HG3 San Carl»» Illvd. Ashley Oaks. (813) 4
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5 acres near Alico Road $40,000 3 acres in Bnarciiti $100,000 5 a a n casl ct 1-75 $48,000 !Qi»cresf!3btotl-75 ~ " $107,900 ,, , 12 nacs noar Alttoflaad -

. $too,ooo. 5 acre* new U S 41 North S59.9OO noar U S 41 Nanti $19,900 ;03Cri-sChartottaCow.ty $54,000 0 a^os ChifoCe wntfi Mcbite

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$60,900 Psie Realty Group, Inc. . --46Z-1211 CaRGtem Crosby 731-1097

Choice lot-. 11O.'x 133', \-V2 miles » Sa-ilbd. Zoned dupte*. Good inv'e&lmerit. Close lo shopping. Unctef ma'hel vari>e, aI$40.CO0 Call 456 5075.

MANUFACTURED/ MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE For sale by owner, 1M4 lAjfl-vd ParK Model 34x12 Roof air, lurnitufe. screened room wttti yinyi windows & utility room. 516.400/ 17279 San Carlos Blvd.. Gulf Air, 160 Soa Gull Dr, 454 eata Own your lol lot investment with park model in beautful RV ,resott. Many extras and amenities. Negotiable, no corniTiission fees. MiiVo odor

MANUFACTURED/ MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE

MANUFACTURED/ MOBILE HOMES " F O R SALE BEAUTIFUL LARGE DOUBLE. 24x60 TWO/TWO FEATURING. LAND OWNERSHIP, SOME FURNISHINGS FLORIDA ROOM, LANA1, SIDE-BY-SIDE CARPORT WITH U-BUILDING.VERY ACTIVE ADULT PARK. ' NEAR ALL AMENITIES. GEM REAL ESTATE. (813) 995-2436 OR (813)656 0743 EVES

TROPICANA MOBILE HOME PARK Ruti errtent living, ago 55. HoatPd pool shulttoboard, spa. plinnod acliytios. Noar i n b o l i F l M y o r ^ Bo ch Loe County's Premier Location.

ADULTS PARK OWN LAND and TWO/TWO Near Shell "Factory, FAMILY ROOM and PATIO. Walk-in-closeis. OVERSIZE Utility Building Under TWO CAR PORT. Awnings and MORE- S56.800. GEM REAL ESFATE, INC. 1313^ 995-2436

Lar o c ection o' resales For Eiampio: S p c o l t e o i watch the . w terbird from this spacious 1 S4 lahefront home, 24 x 64. Bim! in Fla 'oom (aces lake. doubleb ywndowS. lap siding, h n lo rool, furnished beiutifutly. Bring your " • • 3:8.M>0

1995 Skylark Park model lrai!er.35»12. Sleeps 6, 10 x 30 ft. screened toom wiih= vinyl windows Fully furnished. Periwinkle Trailer Park1. Sanibcl Island. U t 16. second street "" west 472-6921 or 472-9341.

Super floor plan; bay window ovor Kitchen sink, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, tastefully furnished.

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ESTATE SALE.' Parkwood (wed built), 2 la;gfl bedrooms, 2 bafts, vmyled in sida porch, partial!/ furnished, cal-tn kitchen, •••• Horizon MHV 26»5B Glenbrook. washer in homo $32,500 2 bedroom, 2 bath. Family room, island kitchen, Jcnn-Air. 5711 McGregor 1O«32 vinyl porch wilh'spa. 2 larco closets in ma-.tc For information about these bedroom. Oversized U-Room. ind other listings P r i c e d -:- f u r n i s h e d or Call Shirley Capes unfurnished. Must see! 656 : 813-466-4616 1B93.

New 1989 12x32 mobile homo 1 bedroom, 1 balh. Screened Fort Myers Beach Bayside p I o cenlral A/H, storage Estates 2/2. Own yoot own lot on saliwator canal. 129 shod, furnished Adult pnrk _ Dogwood Lane. Call lor Low $.IO's 466-9335.

^ippontment. 456-9661.

PALMETTO PALMS RV RESORT COMMUNITY OWN YOUR OWN LOT

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North, $9,600 - 2 bedroom, 2 balh newly renovaied. Screened porch; pool, tennis, rsaar shopping. Laundry, available 482-2771.

1 84 Kro'.f ParkModel w/scm Room-W'/D/Rool Air. All Bee. Furnished $37,900 1936 Ttopicaire park model w icm room, cntrl. air dishwashor-dspsl- All Eloc. furnished.. .......,....$49,500

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1 4 b th Fully furnished, f pwly rcrrodclled. Owns lot. $M 0 C i 1456-6513

THE DUNES Magnificam view n! golf, course and lakes, beautifully dccoraled 3 bdrm., 3 ba'ji, swimming pool. Available Jan . Fob , A March 8 others. Leave namo & number for return call (718) 4J7-2323. PRISCfLLA MURPIiY REALTY ANNUAL RENTALS SANIBEL BAYOUS. Gorgeous single lamif/ hof (Gcaulifuliy furrnstied) wit 3 bedfooms and 2 baths Huge ctcsods the house. Bee. room, etc •Available immediate!/. $1,300 monthly. LIGHTHOUSE END. Pradically on tho beach 2 bedrooms, dnnand.t*oba!h "• beach homo. Completely rodnno wiih now carpotirg. verticals, ofc. $B00 monlhly. Available immediately. CALL SAM NODLfe' AND " MARIE WELLS ' * 472-4113

SANIBEL ISLAND HOUSE ANNUAL LEASE Convonient quiet Poinciana Circle1 Nice, unlurnishod 3 + bedrooms, Z baths. Private easement to boach. Immense gar ago & storago space. . S845i'mo. + Utilities. 472-6374 or (407) 725-5075. Available immediately.

Snowbird special 1 Beautiful in mobile home with screened room addition. Catport, ioollui -iFiiumi ovor. 1/4 aero totm Broadway Mobile Viliagg reduced " South Ft Myers - Unfurnished 3 $40,900. Glidden Really. 267bedrooms 2 baihs. Screoned porch, (/replace. cJl^hwashor, . 9404. laundry hook-up. Fenced yard Cypress Lake area. 1635 month. 431-6430.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR SALE

Vacation Properties Network/ Santbel Realty -813-472-6565 Ct! 81346613(W

(SAX1BEL REALTY)

Prestigious Siesta Islns - Just oH Eslsro Island. Adorable 2 bedroom, 2 bain piling homo on beautilul sailboat canal Dock & boat lift I yoar (ease. Sbmo [jtnishings, $1,300. includes to*rt m.iintcnapco. 454-0459 i ;

Annual rental, now horns, Thn Dunes 3 bdrm.. 2 bath, pool; available immediately; 51,400 monthly 481-3003 days; 4723479 evenings & weekends.

1982 Scorpion w'Screon Room Perimeter Lol-flool Air_ Furnished .....$31,900

For .sate. Spnibol Island, Gumbo L Limbo d9vGlopmBnt 100X154 wooded building plot. Lot #23. All utilities in street by owner, $94,000. (516) 4232971.

8y owner 4 ptex, Linda Loma Monthly incomo $1,450;* CO'TI laundiy, $147,500. Owner may Imance with substantial do-nri. 765-6031 or 4&3-6633

BAYSIDE ESTATES

SANIBEL LIFESTYLE Annual lease, 4 bedroom, 3 bath, unfurnished homo with ba/vicw Pool and lurwiis c o j t l in small oast end subdM'Sion, a year round community. $1,600 amonlh (B13}472-25C1. ^121 - " " " " " —

hath, garage. AH appliances Unturnbriod, S2,0O0;mo. Captain's V/a!H: I bedroom, 1 bam. Unfurnished. $55Ov'm

VIP Realty Group, Inc. Realtor 472-1613 1-300-422-2702

14 <6 moL h Jme tor sale by OAfLf A I 1*135" lot Mob.lo H-u n c l i s 2 bedroom, 11 2 huh f or st.md.ng carport, ul y sr d fruii la'os; centfal i t 1 he I Full electric, 'city everse osm 111 r y I r also well

ANNUAL LEASE 2-TiGO' mobfe home, double * j lo i ; by owner with 7 *1 It Mobile-Haven om. 2 balh.

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honl OWN LAND .v-d ih-s LOVELY TWO-'TWO jt I L K A %ht t ; r L T p^ c U L > F L i i f c l ED LANDSCAPED. A>i i i IMMEDIATE OCCUPAi FLORIDA and SCREEN ROC? Gem Real Estate, Inc (913} 2436, am'pm

GULFSIDE POOL HOME .ecuti'vo pool homo wiih greal view ot gurf. directly across from beach, 3 bedrooms. 2 bathrooms, famty rcom, huso endasc-d heated pod and patio, located on direct access canal with covered boat lift. $1,395. por month annual '• 765-1959.

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NG2r Sanibel 2 . miles secluded area Niculy updated 0U5 2 bedroom. Pool . Annual lease No pets, no smoking 4545921. Attractive duplex 3 bedroom. 2 bath utility room, W.'D hookup, garagy, lawn care 4 gart&ae.-. $525 monthly. Dopoiit requifed 433 S.W. 19ihSt. oil Santi Ba'bara, Cape Cot&l No a pels Call 772 4673 Furnished, South Fort M y j r s ^ two todroom. t*o bath duplii* aparlmenl, carport, adults, no peffi. 936-2999. - '

OLDE FLORIDA STYLE HOME • 2 bedroom, 2 both with wood floors & fireplace,_U,j\ Located in private subdivision ocross from beach. $950 per month. T O W N HOME • 2 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath. Lakeffonl and designer Furnished, A muil see! !ab!e now. $900 per month.

• A psMoA'M-Jbhh Naumam » Asspc. Jnc REALTOfl •;'•: f ? W y R . R ¥ : .SanibelIsland.FL33957 '. (BU)47J-3I91TOLUFREE(800)M7^M4 .

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RENTAL SHARING Houso to share i c 1 or ?. One block lo boach. Great view & plenty ot pr-vacy lor you upstaus 1400 per month plus 1/2 utilities. R&lorencos please 47Z-9313. .

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Sambd. annual - Ava>aWe Feb. 1st Privato mid islaiVl location. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, W/O. dishwashnr & 'wall to wait carpet. Screened dock, pool. Inside parking £ storage. No pots. $900 per month plus ublitesi First, last t, socuvlf. 472-2394 after 6:00 P.M.

CONDOS/APTS. FOR RENT NEAR SANIBEL AND BEACHES

BEACHFRONT- ' RETAIL STORE Located dfecti/ on Guit at a busy pubic accts suited lo ~ any boach reiaicd eommorti.H act/v:|y. 1,200 sq ft.. Strool level. lonod C-1. A uniqun and • outstinding locaiion Availabio annually. TfS-1989

ISLAND TOWER PLAZA OTJ PERIWINKLE: Olttct) spsco _. RonovatodSnd ready for "occupancy a! beta* market rente 2 suites e>) 700 squa-G IL'C! earfi EXECUTIVE OFFICE SPACE IN PROFESSIONAL BUlLDiNG NEXT DOOR TO JERRYS MARKETRGHTON PERIWINKLE. Covered pacing and elevator. • -_v75 lo 1,675 square reel TIMBERS SQUARE AT RASBT ROAD: RMrfy lo go fitness conicr w.ti\ acrcb>cs Qym,~ Z iockcf-rpoms, spa and sauna, 5 ha* dross ing stations and m w . 3.200 square (eel o). space. Also BOO square fcol o ' k o spneo $475 monL^.'. CALL SAM NOEIE •' i, R'SCILLA MUHPHY REALTY INC

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BolaJ S olfcco sp.ice. First cr" ^nd floor. Ke/ Eslco Bhd Tropical h'ut Real;-/. J63 4J24. . •

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Lovely 2 Mrm.. 2 bJih cornor lefracj apartment. 3rd lioor. lease sea so n/y early or ioase oplion. Call 4W-6796 or (70BJ S90-8I00

t fcodioom, .1 bath waterfront Screened enclosure^ Laundry room Watk-in closets 9457344.:. "• -.

Nowty romocfeiled 2 bodtocm, I bath unfurnished apartment on Ft Myors Beach. No pets pi«a=o, quiet location. Annual :!aaso. SGOO per month 7655137 =

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. ,^{612)425-575^ SOUTH SEAS PLANTATION. Land's End Sjperb loulfon en Gulf. Luiiirious 2 bt'firoom. 2 Shth for renl by owner. By * ec-k . or monih 41^-961-1763

GOLFER'S PARADISE Luxurious, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, overlooking takos and goU courto al The Dunes. Private-heated pool. Folly oqiiipped.? Sanibel's . finest vacalicn properly. Ralph Penafvor, 305-226-6326. '•-

SOUTH SEAS PLANTATIONS BEACH COTTAGE -Two bedroom, toft rwotathon Cult .£flH o*ner for dscourtl LuAnn"j612J57l-6932, ~ II>ouHave 30 days or more lo spend at perhaps the mccst place on Sarnbel, are a canng person or lamity, we have tho place tor you' 2.000 sq I t Gulf front condo. 2 bedroom. 2 bath with den/Jacuzzi." low deraiiy complex. 2 lap pools, sauna. 6 hghled tennis courts Like neiv S would ItkB to keep it that way. March, Apfii 4 summer months Eivailab(e.{21GJ668-CriC9 CAPTIVA GULF SIDE Effortless vacation enjoyment Thrw bedrooms, 2 baths, open-airy charm, wide inviting porch, secluded spa under open sl-ies. Private lane beach Village shops and restaurants around the comer. . SHELL KXJSE (314) 933-4343 ^

SOUTH SEAS PLASHATION ': BEACH COTTAGE Shedfoom. 2 ba*h on B« Gull. $B251-»k,oH season. .. $1,400.'AK. season.. '-• 590OV.k. January. ' 1 3 ' 3 e a & 7072

LOGGERHEAD CAY -

VACATION RENTALS

refurbished. Beautiful! furnished condo AD 3Tiorn!«; Call ownn (513) 3930412

CHANGE OF PACE Annual lease. Available January . Lighlhouso f o i n i Condominium. Unturnished 3 bedrooms. 2 'baths. grouf.d rtoof unji.wiifi.coversd Iron! doer parking ADprommniely. 1.7G0 5q It. plus screened perch. Buy view, pnvale beach, pool and lonrvls Adults, no pels. S I , 100 per mor.th Plus utilities. Call 472-2261 or 1-&23-

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C. G. Leach, MD RECESSION SPECIAL Ocwntawn Cape Coral, EOO sq It:, $200. fior month Of Sumir.crWCoi'ijso area. 7T0 sq ft^TSSSO por month Mark Aloandcr 4 Co 433-0400

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PROFESSIONAL OFFICE Suites lor lease Starting al $ 159. between Sambol and Fdn "M/o's Goach Fa« and oiher . scrvicos avalablo d6t} 6682

1 BEDROOM UNPURMSHED." ?395 PEfl MOTJTH.

SOUTH - 2 Bdrm.. 2 bain. 2 aaes. 1 unit in tnplo*. Uttoies mcl -Jack Moore Realty 4893666. . ' "

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Penttiousff," Gu!l Iron! condo. pool, tennis, m-'CTOVCfvo even, now!? rodeccratcd, 1 bedroem, sloops < (m macula t e !

' T H E ATRIUM Luxurlou* Gull front : i condo, lop floor, closes! to Gull, .Available- slier - March 'SO- 2-wtek

1 bedroom, 1 bath, $550 G month. 472-1170. ask lor Ron. . Soulh FL Myers • Unfinished 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, large family room «ith wet bar. Screened" porch, laundry hook-up. Minutes to beach 4 Sambel. S600 month. 481-6490. . -

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ANNUAL RENTAL 1233 Isabel Drive: 3 bedroom, 2

By owner Rcaidnnt o*ncd pirk Be t viliio on tho water. D red ICCL lo Gulf liom own dock 2 bdrm., 2 balh, largo 1v rorm central he.it 8 air. Net. crtt-ncd porch. Carport. Lit ly room Solo furnished. _ H 577COO -166 2811. ' "*

HOMES FOR RENT

HOMES FOR RENT

2oau)i(ul vacalion home, "3 bt-droom, 2. balh. Your own svairnrning pocl. 100 yards tD Gull of t.'evca'--Can tor times

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Loggerhead Cay ^ Lmury 2 bedroom, 2ba:h, penthouse condo. new'/ • -. decoratod, vaulted ceilings. .;, padd'o fans, on beach. Beautiful Guif vsw Terms, pool micro*3KD, sk?cps G • Weeks suit available Dec. Jan., Feb. & March. Di inf " for e»tsnded stay "

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Untquo Parad^a only 15 minutes from Mainland No cars! No crowds ' Privato fuiury homes from $7501.900 perweek. ' Includes boat tars ••

HENTAL DEPARTMENr * THELMAEREEDREALTV - Licensed HE Broker . ; (813) (72-5665 IJIJf 472-55S5 . CAU ALLISON k

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CHATEAU SUR MER :^ST, Hew, luiurloui, 3 bedroom, 3 bilh homo with adjoining beich accen. Deck* on two ' level*. Fully turnlihed. - Available Jan., Fob.. 1991. ' (813)" H 2 * 6 0 0 9 (615J 481-7659

NORTH CAPTIVA ISLAND Safely Harbor Club, 3 bedrooms,. 2 baths witit Jacuzzi noit to pool. Water unfprovriod (716)671 83S6

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Outstanding, brjaulilully socludod. 3 DH, 2 BA. Sanibel homo- on acre. Dock overlooking tropical lake Taslolully c,lurnishod. lully eq-jippod with all amen'tics Bost. beach. Ronl Irwn owner

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314-843-0937. CAPTIVA 'ORIGINAL" PRIVATE BEACH HOME in South Seas plantation. 100 It diroct ' boach': Iron!. Dnccrator dosignod. 3 bedroom. 2 bath, screened porch, dGcks.

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3 bedroom, 3 bath, f,intisl>c view of Gulf and Rodiish Pass. . Weekly ormcrtlhlyral.es. V ' Savo ttioct llim ownw, AskfcrBfuco -i-800-227^633 201 627-126/, Eves. IT TT TT IT TT B

QOKEEUA, FLORIDA 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, waterfront .cor.do in a marina Pool, boa! ' slip includod. GREAT SUNSETS Availably by'week or month. Call' 1 (800) 6481519 anytimo or call collect (708)420-0401

CAPIIVA ISLAND VACATION RENTAL 2 bedroom, 2 bath home. Waft to boach f, bay. Near shopping WoeMv & monthly disccunrs ava.labS?'(502) 637-143G.

Poinle Sanio DeSanibol j ^ ^ i s Gull liont Pcnlhcusi condo. 2 badrooms, 2 baths, .^screened lanai with sfwal sta-rcasa to private foodop Undcch. Gcfgoous sunn so & unsets Bc-attiilutly dt?coratfd and fully equipped. First lirnc being offered lor rent. Call owner. Subatinl-a! savings

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SHELL HARBOR INN Sanibol Gulf vio* con-do. 2 BR • 2 0A. washer/dryer. Full kitchen, screened porch, ileeps S. Restaurant, tennis. - i I no. Avatlabio daily, weekly.

201-241-9430 VACATION HOUSE YOU'VE ALWAYS WANTED Most prtvato boiicfi, doci( on

bayou, healed pool. w^Sa porches, open sunning docks. Chateau Sur rA;r area, idyllic luxury and comfort, easy care,

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2 bedrooms. 2 baths South & southwest sunset v;cws. Also havo King's Crown and Shell Harbor 3 bodroom pool heme. Oil suasofi/lSOl, 1592 season rentals new 1 Phono: Mr. Slocks. <- 1 (800) 323-4692. or '"" 1 (800)325-1352. . Capliva luxury 3 bedrocm condo. largo screened porch on

2 sitics. pool, tenrtis court, gull and bay access Forienl by wnok. (517) 321-6324 or (616) 264 5520

Montfily rentals Call lor rales. (314)093-4943. SUNDIAL Uxorious Gull condo, JBR/2 baih. don Qoaut.fully lurni hod- Spaciacubr view of Gull. Heated pool. Tennis 4 golf neatby, Weekly or monthly iontals. (612) 484 9148

SURFSIDE GULF FRONT.

SAND DOLLAR GULF FRONT luiury Gulf licnt condo, top llcor. 3-bcdroonis. 2-baths 'AiSi palio. tennis courts, pool, outdoor barbecue. Ront through owrier.

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CAPTIVA GULF FRONT BEACH HSUSE Beautiful Private Beach AT Your Doorstep Palm trees, sunsets and privacy in a sunny, spacious "Old Florida Style" homo. 1 All new furnishings. Bleached oak floors, two T.V.'s, microwave, washer/dryer, etc. Three bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths plus den. S2.300 per week, Dec. 15 - April 15 $1,400 per week, April 16 - Doc. 15 (1991) (Days) 201-569-2111 (Weekends) 914-687-0360

BEACH FRONT-HOUSK m ^•5 ^tiptivti Reach At YiiiirDonrsn'i' XA ®

liciiuiifully funiishcd, ri'di.viir;ilal, ^ .Ut-drmmi. 2 killi W, UiscTuint foV i-chnK'.ry tV M;ir^h " ] ^ Call Mi' Buiker. I .vim al 1 lolui iliomas M,

BEACHFRONT HOUSEGull Cottage SoumSeasRantation Beach at your door stop, sunsots from your porch.; Boaul'lu'ly furnished 3 *" bedroom, 2 bath plus loft Caif 1000 AM to 11.30 PH _ Discount for January

FABULOUS VIEW! DIRECT WATERFRONT ^ Lovely 2 bdrm., 2 baih st !

- Sonetta Sanibel Harbor Retort, crest facllhlei. locetlon. Prim available. (813) 332-0117. SPANISH CAY - 1 bedroom lulry,; {215) 664-2371

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KELLY GREENS RENTALS Got!course cofKto. G«geou5 water views. Golf, pool, ". J I C U I I I , tennis, and l.tnoss room rricbdod ' " v Beaches close by.

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'Largo luxurious 303^23A condo with" spectacular view of Iho Gulf ~ a pool/ Nicoly furnished Fully equipped Enclosed., garage parking Ground storage, tennis, noar goll coufsd. I nech minimum.

' Availablo wmlor season. Call Kelly Gfoont lurnished 2 * Laurfi, ogent: bedrooms. Z baths, gull condo. < Call Jo^co. G«H S.de Roa!iy. 472-8960 (813) "J3-O33J or S67-30S1 Ono bodroom adult ccfido directly on Fort Myers Beach (North end) First lloor. great ,.Gu!f view, heatod poot, cable. S500 weoh plus ta«. Na pets

Relax & enjoy beach Me ,. in your own fufly equipped i . 2, 3 8 4 bedroom cottages

SOUTH SEAS PLANTATION

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OCEAN FRONT COTTAGES Best Ratespn the Beacti

^ Port Myars Beach - Furnished 3 bodroom, 2 bath house wiih targo scrtoned porcrTon tho Seasonal roritaJ - Ft Myers Gutf yvitti 24 coconut palms on Beach, 2 bodroom, 1 bath. youf cwr. white sand beach. Adorable horns only sleps lo Available Feb. S March, $4,000 3 bedroom, 3 bath, Gulf view.^< • the beach, $500 usesk'S 1 .M0 8 monlh Call 463-176? unGl month. 463-4055. March 9-23 £ April 7-20. 1931.- ' Jan. 22nd. After - Lend of Oi. Available due lo canceilaiicn. (615)94^4029. - AsUor Bruce . 1-800-227-3633 (20t) 627-1267. Eves. THE DUNES

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SOUTH SEAS . PLANTATION LAND'S END VILLAGE

BEAUTIFUL CAPTIVA ISLAND A new prrvaw homo with Beautifully lurnished. Gulf (rent Victorian Key West charm? luxury. 2 bedrooms. 2 baths, blended with contemporary den, wrap-arour-d balcony, . space and luiury. A 2 minute sunsets ! Season $t,300'Ak . stron from a beautiful prfvato Jar.- $350/*k., off season twa^i on tho Gulf. 2 bodtoom, 5625'Ak 2 (uil baths; corr>p!fi!D!y H.A.ZAPF equipped Scroanod voronda. " (203) 439-5879 Furnishod wirji lovely SbaKor antiques. Photo and (oferences South Seas Plantation • . available. [>JC. ?S-Apf. 30 $O5O.'*V. '. bedroom bcich vtila ,ftvailac!e rA-i/' 'Aug. 31. 5600 "wSi March 30lh - April €th pitiS Stpt 4-Dec. 14, JSOO^k other da!*s. i.'3 o'l Scuth Sees Ralo npp/'es lo 4 poodle pricing (ZOj) 835S335. Wnto Honry Romen^i (CapU-a; 4911 TanglewocJ Dr, NasiiviHe.TN 37215. By o*ner Bcachlron? - ?)2 or 615-262-9£>S9. . f ; t availahki now I Month!/, or

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Sanibol Island vacation home across from beach access. 4 bodroom, 3 bath. Heaiod pool. Call (613) 39S-1O13.

Lafga 1 bedroom, ground Ibor Sanibol condo. sleeps tour, wet! furnished, clean. Near golf course, across from Gulf, ' WATERFRONT- SAN.BEL'* 55" hoatod pool, cable TV. bikes, lot! washer/dryer Available scroon porch ovorlooking c Jan. 15th - Feb. 2nd & May 2 tropicai laVe with wildhlg. wookmrnshum. Adults only. No Tennis, pool, walk to beach, pots. Call Flo-ida (513) 395 Jacuzzi. All Arnenif'^K. Nowrly 1742 titan Jan. 14th. Afior. call ' fumishod 2 bodroom. 2 bath *imden Catlc*n©f;(813)4723616

Townhouse, »Bth iainvay. Cu'-I front 2 bedroom. 2 bath. • Ukeyicw.3bednxxn,2%!2 * Sleeps 6. AprJ 5-!9. $ 1,400 pe? • baths. Prefer G montfi tease. monlh. Call ff*ner, (612) 9Z2Prom May 1st. 5697. ' (813)472-5042

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Tfopic.il vacation - 3*2 hema. Fully oquipped. Immediate beach access. Aw.i!abto Jan • 1. 1991 1 ahof. Call (B13) 4315566, tsves.

"Somber - Lovely 2 bedroom, 2 : bath furnished home. Large • scrDCficd porch. Srxvi waft to ' beach.- Near shopping. : restaurants. Available immediately montr3y, : seasonal, or yearly. 549 5706 or 472-4405. . .; ,'.'?».«• r - t : - " - ' 2LV.J* < Sanibel, available February 1st, targe ground level r A r ^ a n ! horns on fresh water lagoon, j two bedrooms, two baths, fully ' e q u i p p e d , - d i E c c u n l tor extended stay. Call (813) 472- < 2624. ••••

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IS PRIVACY IMPORTANT? Exclusive " small condo Exclusivo Gull front condo jcomptfix Spacious 3/2, tennis, residence, Available t o ' WEST GULF DRIVE luxunous ^gorgeous views Bock cow tor Documbof 30. t930 and from season 463-1334. custom 3/BR. 2'BA olovated March 31st. 1951 Two week homo fully equipped, scooned minimum Call ownor al (708) poichts, 400 It. Irom Gulf. Points Sanio DeSanibcl 887.7626 .. Available Jan 4th thiough May' Two lusurious gulf front condos" "91. Soason $3,000 pot monlh. with spectacular viows. 2 KINGS CROWN Ca!i(201)56t-4984. bedr&cm. 2 baih. 1991 weeks Luxury Gulf front, 2 bedroom available, April - Dec. Rent condo. 'i week minimum. direct from owner and Siivo. CAPTIVA Available ihfough December 215-539-9281 Luxury" GuK front house. 2 ••-"•• 23rd. 1930 and after March • l i t . 1991. Call (708) 867- bedroom, 2 baih. Private boach.-heated pool, screened Captiva - luxury .hayfron! 7826. " porch to enjoy gorgoous home.-4 bedroorr;, 4-V2 bath? sunsets, sun deck, vaulted largo screened porch. NORTH CAPTIVA ISLAND ceilings, all amenities. Weekly, . Bayview, docks. Walking • N o * deluio air conditioned monthly. (G13) 472-1754. distance to ail shops 4 houses. Sleeps 6. Access by restaurants Weekly or plane or boat only. Water'taxi monthly. (216) 526-3160 or r FORT MYERS BEACH orvico availablo. 305-971 ^EFFICIEMCY, NEWLY .[216)526-9000. 0J56 or il07-391-0711. RENOVATED. A short walk lo the boach and do so lo area SOUTH SEAS PLANTATION LOGGERHEAD CAY golf courses. For mm by week Beach Club III Two bodrcom, two bath. Gul' oi monlh. Cail (Q13) 4637662. Week9-Marchl-8.Woek14- , viow. ' O i l - season fates i nil -imMill April. Week 42 • October. av I ihfe unll mid-Decemhor al Beachfront homo L on North 28R'2BA. Sleeps 6, $550 per week. January: $900Captiva Island. Fully tumshed. onthoGulf. . pcrwc&k, February: SI, 100 per - poaco, quiot. spectacular.^ week, March: $1,250 per week. views, glorious gulf sunsots.' • •". CA5AYBEL " . 10% discount lor single Weekly-monthly rates includes Wook 16 « 17 April. couples only. Additional walcr taxi. Available now. (BJ3) Call Lisa Leonard, discouni lor extended stay. 549-7066 or (813) 472 6661. {514)229-3804, Call (201)223-6743 of 1514)342-2379. " • "

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ONLY STEPS FROM THE BEACH 4 bedraom ground level home. Solar heated pool. Attractive!/ furnished. Reasonable monthly . ' tales . Call R.ck. days -

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Reserve now waiettrcfil resort Fishorman's Village. V/eeks 10 4 11. March 9lh to 23rd. Fulfy furnished. Sleeps 6 Many recfsational amenilies. $500 wk., 2 wesks. 5900. 4a2-lK4.

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.Bras - t h a r e . units and campground memberships. Distress sales - Choap't Large^<1 bodroom, L1 bath upsiairo apanmant 1.250 pet V/orldwido selecitons. Call month. Also no*!y romou^lcd • VACATION NETWORK U S and Canada^-8C0-736-8250 of houso. 2 bedreom, 2 hath. 2 car • 305-771-6^96. Free rental garage. $1,600./fwr month, infomiaton 305-771-6331, . steps away rrom boach & vtow' Mill -MM- ttifll • o i bay. Bolh mid-island • located, ulilites 'mduded. 463- - Park model uml for renl New ' complo!o!y furnished. Please 8942. call 472-2542 or 472-0063.. " Gull front cottage on Sanjbcl, 2 . Available. Jan. 21 -Aprri 15. bodioom. 2 bath. Cable TV. Beautfu) kKstien on Sar.tbol for fireplace, - washer/dryer,; ronl by weeK, mohrti or season. scroonod porch, boaulilul boach. Dec 1 5 " May 1 5 ~:1 . ^ bedroom, private gulf i bay HOW**. May 16 - Dec. 4. access. 472-1404. S$55a-Ak. 472-1936. " '

Luxurious Marina Villa, 2 bedroom. 2 baih, 2 miles ot privaio bach Superb location on water. All re-sort faciM.es. Eilended channel cable TV. ; Renting now ihicugrt-a!! of . 1991. Rent directly ftom t w « i r . Ft Myers Beach condg • 4 - CufiFiontbcautl-ji/ and save. Sometimes available bodfoom, 3 bath on bay wiCh oVxarafcd luxury 2 bc-rt'aoms. dock, tonms & pool furnished or. short notice at discount • 2 taths. tfcn Sons'.-'.:.' Yea'ly leaso. 51,250'mo S " (203) 43S-557C Available Chtfstmas monlii Icaso. $t 75O.'m5r.!iii IL-SS than 6 moriths, 52^250' (914] 737*6121,'Cays mo. 765-G031or463-6£3fl (914} 528-8881-

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WOLFF TANNING BEDS; New Commercial- Home Unite. From • WANTED: 65 "overweight people ! Lose up ta 25 pcuntis $199. Lamps - Lotions in 30 days Earn SiS$ white Accessories. Mon'fhly lasmg. Call N o * t-800-7-11Payments Low As $18. Call 5644. 24 hoins recording So" Today FREE NEW Color hobta Espanol. Catalog 1-800-228 6292. New skin pro Sect on discovery makes MEGABUCKS I Your opportunity for ground (lor.r business. Starling cost under $100 and spare time activity. Recorded message (503) 2746061.

HELP WANTED

POSTAL JOSS $ H . 4 i to $14,90/hr For e * a m ' ar.d application information call Attractive Restaurant and (219) 769•6549. Ex!. FL-208. Bakery in North Florida. Seats . 9.00A.M -9.00P.I.1 7da/£-' 70. Daily Buffet. Prime Condu dealing, gcod wagas, Position. No opposition. Bnck building, equiprTfCnt find • experienced o i l / , must be liltings. Price; 545,000. Phone dependable V/etnends oniy. S-3'iib«i. work Call: •*72-6719. (904)504 2833'.

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COPY EDITOR Join the staff cf Southwest . Florida's premiere weekly publications group; journalism dogrw S Qxporieuca in editing 4 layout. Sand resume wilt) . clips Spape design to: Editor. :; The ObsGivers, • P.O. Box 08730, • Ft. Myers. FL 33908. Paramout Taient Agency now screening. Extras for spring calatogs, fashion shows" I-

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GRACEV/AY CLEANING ::• WelrveonSamtei. . E«ccfleni (ocal "• references . . •. Rental units. private honws Weekly, fcN-montfify.

SCCUniTY HOUSE-CHECK J •" MAINTENANCE PROGRAM . Inext«nsiv6 weekly housa"1 ^ Typewriters - Solsclnc star checks on ail systems donng type models. 2 available only . . • your absence. = y year oU. has niomory and Tony & Grace Lyons 1 complete? printer capacity, plus .. • 472-9443. mora be'fs 4 whistles, only $275e.-Kh 472-1000 "Lil»o ficw r 6 ptoco DJXIG Handy Andy canfati | ' Replace i-ini -..it. imn lutn^tura bedroom suitu. Vflvio. it' And rrviM) i l brand now! 549wicher.'cano Formica top &nd k r*in Ber.ur? Rest tteluto spring maeress $70t. Ca!U72 5264 Handyman and smaSI repairs No job too small! FWasonaUe Dineltu 4 ? - round l i b•ie 4 rates Cannon. 772-3534 th/urs 1^aitar i. $125 l h ;ingiig lighl^T]lordi, mclal. $15 945V»£ BRING OUR TRUCK 1 to 100 trees cut A removed, 3731. and cash (or ycur furnitii'o, yard work Excellent rates T j' iipp^ianccs, antiques, tods, M h ! J 7 3 ! 2 1 5 4 Ccndo pack ,igos start 1i q a\ fishing gear, golf dubs, boait $3 300 KM i ^ognrs tntcirio'S matofs and boats, small items: 433-2-1 | | Vcf f i s t pet sona!

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Psrl time-sales person needed jor bus/ girt shop, E»pi-rente - Ground Itow opportunity. "Sale in Eijlc-s. 6 must. C-ill Ginrty. 'jewelry through heme p-anies 472-4055 UKM company, seeking •,ll». -4,.,. tHIM-i 3 individuals rnlt'teslod in area management positions Fsstoslgrowing jcA-oiry party plan company. Many positions Great berujf.is 1-800-4-ADOHN-2 Call 1 (805) e82-755b\ Ext. P1284 Sa'es help needed a! Bailey's Casual Wo2f. Part ttme position. Paid tolls. Call, 472Many needed tar commerces. " Now hiring ail ."aes^.For casting into Call'(,61S)"779-7111. Ext. U.S. MAIL JOBS - $ H . 7 7 to T-428. o St4 90^Si2 Tree. Now h'iHng, " " " zJUHz.—liiaj— Your "Area. No oiperionce Peoplo wanted, processing mail necessary. l-900-9ea-06?a, E>t. 4107. at home for agency. Earn SEOO or more weekly No experience. Per more inlormation send self- Needed pan-timo, ottice ho'p at uddresscd, stamped envelope the Groves Campground to: TfJT Advertising Agency. 16175 John MORIS Rd.. South .3300-17 Cleveland Avenue, Ft. Myers. Ap&ly 3.00-6 00 Suite 603, Fort Myers, Florida F M. Wo calls please. • ' 33907. • ' '?>

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• • 1 DustbusSc-r's ol Amer^ia The Garaga Sato ol ihw^ear! . 0974374* Craft: supplies, wonderful li'HI -iHtr - V*t! I juncjuo. 803 Tarpon Ba/ Rd.. ; a CO A.M. - 3 DO P M. No early Housecfeanof looking J o G E . refrigerator '•* UJ It. ? - birds. One lane dftvowayi'Jan increase business, A Cof pafarti 19th. donr trosi free. Almond £ V SocreT5ry by t'ade, cnn crises high 1 30" wido Doer dpens to better inccne cleaning I worV HOCBC Begig DomoEsfi«3 left b f ( i w w , $ 2 5 O 4(35-6032aloner1'fn hones!, thorough anrt . Windows, doois. appliances. reliable Poferenccs available cabinets & carpeting Kitchen 4 Kdchon iabto ft 4 chairs. Wtrod Try me! Ca!! Joyce, 43! 9409. futures S ,mi*c. ,, M:nt condition,"$125. 472 693J. =b*th Household items. Saturday, Home care. • V/eekly. btJan. 10!h wily ! 175 Egret St.. monthly, monthly, house Queen siza bed. Scandinavian Fort M/crs Beach, B OQ A.M. til cleaning f/eiiculcus and teak platform b«J Two storage ' .• reliable. Call Arty for copy 0! ' chests al end of platform NOA*- • -NO EARLY BIROS!, eicellcnt re!e(5?f-cs. (813) S1.300 Will son Fsr «600 o r ' Ysrrf^Salo Satureay. Jan. * 945 *7B5 • ^ ~ ^ • bsst o'fer. 472-4365. evenings. 19trtY 9:00 A.M Lots ef" arj:essorios, art worh'and a . For sa'e - 12p*co p!aco sotting 1)1119 bit ot everything. 1837of Ch'ra "Sttk Flowers 0 / Du-e Boach 9»vd Mikasa.' 1 indoor e i e r c i s e " bicycle. Krups cc!!eo grindtir. I-and Grand Diploma cooking course - 20 volumes. 472-P287.

INSTRUCTIONAU SCHOOLS

BecDjne a para!egal, Accrod'led Member HHSC. Altorncy Inslrucled. Home Study, Established 1576. hnancia! AkJ. FHEE Catalog 1e00-6C9-2555. Southern Career "Instiiuio. PO. &3» 2150 Boca Flaton FL3W27.

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'Wanted Violsn, also nfied Viola. Wi3..pay wcli. Please call 5496529 or write- T. Marcbotti 1145 SE.3Cih 5 1 . Cape C O M I . FL339O4 Paradise ot Sanibel needs Aq-janum«95 gailort salt Of inn ' .tin«iu 1 enorgbtic. dependable sales tresh water-set up Comp^eto Wantef). Bettor grade sM'.t'p ' Fypenented (neforred hut person part-time. Must bo able ^jvitrs slind. hood, pumps Only cote^lJcns 4 accurriu!3!iar,c=-;willing to train. Must bo to w o r k " eves A some ^ n e year old Perfect X m . i s plate" blocks, covers, sheets.-" aggressive 4 sales ofiented •weekends SMir * commission. gilt octagonal shape, Sjt95 , CALL. YOUR DATE - Me old picture posl cards and most Send resume . Tolls paid. Call 472-3020 472(000 anything philatelic wanted. .' Kon^Gone special r»o*f For « cover letter to: i«n-» Generous pric«s paid Phone" HOLLY S EXPERT. LOVING. Dating Romanco, and Just G!en Portor, Ad Otrecior. Ear"ri $600 Of more wceMy Antiq-jos. c o i n c je*e!ry, 656-1155 Plain Fun."dial 1-900-288 4000 PF.T-SITTING SERVICE • Observer Newspapers. mailing cucuiars at home. Na docks, waiches, oriental ruga, Only $1 2ft'min. All lifestyles. "HELPS" vsE-rts your home P O Box 03730, eiperioncc. Send self• paintings, cash pa.d Raymctid Ft Myers, FL 33&03 Provides your pots wH.1 "I buy oriental rugs, add/essed'stamped envetopo Slrods Genologist Acpraiser pid covers Ore year O»LY$3CAlLMHRt3r7DAYS National Association 0! Pet apilqunt. Call Capl. Bob 0033 * I 2 5 S phono foe old One never us'sd. Cast rn:n ~ UNLIMITED MINUTES. (FU94) Smers - 472-1176. Phaneuf, 481-3999. 5259 each AsKjng 5130 each COMMUNfTYaANK Rattan swivel (ocVatsi w t h ioso up to 35 lbs month Of The ISLANDS-SANIBEL cushion, S75.CaJj 454 ;0r6i. . Weight 'oss progiam nt'tids *0 ACT NOW L g p BOF ed, face win to medical breakthrough iestud assembly. Easy work at homo friendly top. 10 voars. Person.il support. Ho experience. Call 1-504 641- experience.r, A atmosphere :n which to woth. 7778. E»t 6434 Open 24 CHIROPRACTIC size 1012 long'tram, long Call to atiangt-^jn mttirvie* Kerry, 602-956-2001. hours, including SundiyINSURANCE-TICKETSHarry C. Kalr, O X , 472-2800 ( E O E ) sleeve c-'cg.int. $2S5. CaS 431^ D U I . CREDIT LIFE TO The Pricilca o l [ • iiti - M i l - *;»< i 375B a!let 6 30 P M Huy'! Gc-iri is bacK in iho phene Oat maniod in the Mountain Lug COVER CAR LOAN. Chiropractic Cooks - Fu!l Itme needed Chape' (Lcvo Chape!) ot the . room. Give tneacail. so"*t»cai TERRY KEITH 1640 Periwinkle Way Starting iirimediatfily 395GGUW co-np!era water system Smokies Ail arrangements got bnck together. Guaranleed AGENCY. Llm BL*tGftcr. 731-040?. 2000 provided - Music, flowers, 4B2-3O40. 477-1824 photos, video No waiting 4M-273J. Complc-'e doia-is: I-600-262-J Enclosed trailer Island LOVE $250 Van benc SEIZED CARS, tucks, boats. 4 Call. 453 2903 wheelers, rnoior homes, by FBI. Now hiring >or trio loHow.-ng 24-hour Emeigency Service IRS. DEA Available your area now Call (80S) 682-7555, E i t 2 bMG cvrier bumper mounts, AAA 'GET MARRIED 111 THE persons, bartenders, cocktail C-3076. $£0 Cabinets, wood. ?-floor. • ; • - SMOKY-.'MOUNTAINS" AT waitress A cooks. Experienced 472-2394 / rrands, babysitting, light 30M«58'«15-. S50o-Kh Queen > - GATLINBURG'S OPiGINAL need only apply Brass V/aller S Norro Thonpson ou'.ewfiik, tutor. Masters in seta bed. Michen WJa, le.it. t •*"• MOUNTAIN CHAPEL Simple Elephant Restaurant, Santbtjl< Mercedes 3C05D, 1979 Truly cha.fs ^81-0066 . to the ", bland Hidon Inn. 937 E. Gull cioahon. Car available Ca-i •'"••beautiful condition. S7.50O elegant Photographs, tic* .Drive, Sansfce! Island. , 463-7219. Hoo»;cr com(Ctt • W e upright with atlac h men is;. fc *tra bag 4 belt honey moo .1 Stlltob. ir.isu.;rr. ' E«pent• n c o d , saies help 1939 CadiUac Sedan OeViHo 4W 1849 3econd mr wanted f-i. ill limo & patt tuf'C Cabnotet root, dark btuo/over : . m l e s t , no waitind p=ri od .-. 'po5||ionIS available. Salary whits. E»cei!cnl condition, - 6' x T Ltiiity traiter. Sl-OO'957-*5hr T-Srti't PUce ol S.in.b'-I SI 7,900 (813) 463-7200 4374^5 000-34 t/A HRY ('JJ £ft • Totis p;isrl Please call 472_ message for 1rage=E3i4

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MUSICAL Model D-10 V/urlitzer organ, Enpforer Spirit. Gecrge Smoalte, 462-6174.

lnsu!a!(!d Glass Liquidation. 40"/= BUIOA' VflKilews« Ideaj tof f) Call Tim al Suntooms. GfcenhouMA^ Patio Enclosures 26<74 bntod g'ass $49 35. Marty other sizes. Free Island Handyman - Carpentry • information. VISA/MC 1-600Painting, Garoning, etc Miko 84I.5S42. M O d 7

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1983 Honda Accord LX, 70,000 miles. 5 sp^ed, $?,90O O 9 O 19K Dodya Coit Vista Wagon. Automatic cruise A/C 73 000 miles, $3 900. O.B.O. 472221fl or 472-3342.

LAMP has been providing love and support for 17 years By Esther Bclz Staff Writer ~ There is n lffiht at the end of the tunnel for girls between 11 and 18 years old who become pregnant. The Lee Adolescent Mothers Program (LAMP) fi'vcs these girls a glimmer of hope by offering, an alternative to middle and high school education. Most of these young mothers are unable to continue their education after they drop tint of school, and settle Tor a menial job in order to take care of their children, said Jmncs Kascriiian, cooperative education coordinator, LAMP Is a 17-year-old program geared to academic, health and social development of pregnant teens, said Ann pcKose, director of the program. " "LAMP attempts to be everything it can be for each girl, and meets the state's requirements for a high school education/' Kascmian said; '-• . . • ..

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'Previously, pregnant teens returned to their regular school six weeks after delivering their babir.s." said DcRosc. "Now the mothers remain in the LAMP program and receive the Young mothers in LAMP nursery. support they need until they graduate." . The program offers an Entrcprcneurshlp, The program started with 12 students in a Mom's, and Diversified Cooperative Training tiny room at (he Gwinn Building located in programs that enhance regular teaching Fort Myers. methods taught in middle and high schools, Almost two decades later LAMP is rccogKaserman said.
87 Ford XLT Lariat - Power windows, power door locks;'" cruise & i;lt. A/C. stereo, tunning boards, SI,000 cap, njgcti much more. Pricod wfioe=aio $7,900. 463-3906, loavg mussago.. . -

BOATS & MOTORS :

Wanted Small rubbist dinghy. 472-4306, Sanibcl. " '82 Graoy White 24 \l boat, walk around cuddy cabin. '83. Johnson motor. S S. prop. Boat has all Iho goodies on it. 4632350. "89 24 (I. Fios'a Fundcck pontoon BO H.P.. Force, lull cover. $8,500. Call between 9 00 - 2 CO P.M. 463-3933.

For salo 1939 Hydro-Spotts . 3300 Vector. Twin 300 OMC Sea drives. Only 275 hours. Towfir cabin, gen., A'C, olscironics. $89,000. (No' luxury- la*). (305) 249-4552 or 249 8548.

' Pursuit 1988-22" Cuddy, Twin 115 .Suzuki's. VHS trim labs, live wells. Saltwater washdown, $17,200 355-0561 or 472-2555 " " • •

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