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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF SANIBEL AND CAPTIVA ISLANDS TheFinest shelling Beaches InThe Western Hemisphere OCTOBER 21, 1971
UNITED FUND NEEDS YOU The LeeCounty United Fund drive time is here again. All residents of Sanibel and Captiva will receive a pledge card through the mail and the United Fund chairman and volunteer workers hope you will send your contribution promptly. The 14 agencies inthe United Fund drive cover many social needs of our community, scouting, care of children, abandoned and/or retarded, free legal aid forthose who need it, help forthose whohave emotional problems
and many others. There are no profeslonal fund raisers. Your neighbors volunteer their time and your neighbors have decided on the budget needed. The community needs your help. Won't youplease give your fair share? If you do not receive a pledge card or have further questions please contact Mrs, Max Hayford, Mr. Marshall Holtz or Mrs. Ingalls Simmons.
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"ISLAND PROPERTIES SINCE1957" P - erformance R - apport O-riginality G - rowth R-e! lability E-xperience 5-ervice S-atisfaction SANIBEL-CAPTIVA real estate
Claire T. Walter, Realtor
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SANIBEL ISLAND, FLORIDA
CONDOMINIUMS - FROM $15,950 HOMES- FROM $29,500
WELL LOCATED LOTS VERY CLOSE TO THE BEACH - REASONABLY PRICED
MAIN OFFICE: 472 - 1511 branch office
(Sanibel Shopping Center) 472-1513
You're Invited To Stop By Either Office To Read The Wall Street Journal
CLOSED AT NOON SATURDAYS FOR THE SUMMER
?;Sanibel-Captiva Audubdn Society
Bird Tours OfThe Islands
Griff ing Bancroft Reservations May Be Made At The MacINTOSH BOOK SHOP 472-1447
If You're Planning To Build- Why Settle For Less Custom Built Home at Comparative Prices
Post Office Box 174
ST. MICHAEL'S AND ALL ANGELSEpiscopal Church
The Rev. James D. B. Hubbs, Vicar
Holy Communion...... 7:30 & 9:30 a.m.
Church School and
CAPTIVA EPISCOPAL SERVICES
Rev. T. R. Madden
ST. ISABEL'S MISSIONCatholic Church
Rev. J. Normand Hardy
Saturday evening Mass
Friday Mass in the Homes.
Sundays before Mass.
FIRST Baptist Church
The Rev. Jack E. Otis, Minister
SUNDAY SERVICES:Sunday School
11:00 a.m. & 7:30 p.m.
Prayer m e e t i n g . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30p.m.
SANIBEL COMMUNITY CHURCH
Dr. H. E. Sheely, Pastor
N u r s e r y . n ^m
Sanibel Library hours: Monday & Thursday, 2-4 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday, 10-12 noon. Sanibel Community Association, Inc., Sanibel Community House, 1st Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. Public Health Nurse - Third Tuesday of every month, from 1to4p.m. at the Community House. Lions Club of Sanibel-Captiva meets at 6:30 p.m., first & third Wednesday of each month at Webb's Castaways Restaurant. American Legion Post #123, American Legion Home, 2ndTuesday 8 p.m. Bingo Murex, American Legion Home, Wednesdays, 8 p.m. (no minors). Captiva Memorial Library is open 9 a.m. till 12:30 on Tuesdays and F r i d a y s . Shell Club, beginning in December, 3rd Wednesday of each month, 8 p.m. Alternating between Sanibel andCaptivaCommunity Houses. Boyscouts meet 7:30 p.m., Saturday nights at the school.
PrestoaR. Woedring ISLAND HOME PROTECTION SERVICE
SECURITY PATROL for home and businesson Sanibel & Captiva Islands
Sanibel Island, Florida
I w the island boutique PROUDLY PRESENTS ACT III - BUNDY - GINO - HADLEY MR. DINO - POINT SET - SERBIN SHAHEEN - SOLT OF CALIFORNIA TANNER OF North Carolina
TAOLI - VERA MARY CHESS TOILETRIES SWIMSUITS BY GABAR - ELISABETH STEWART ROSE MARIE REED - ROXANNE Samoel Center Building - Casa YbelRd.& Periwinkle Way Hours 9:30-5:00 - Closed Sunday - 472-1070 Please Support Serenity House homemade donuts erving from 11a.m. - 8:3$p.nru Take out orders,too Closed Tuesdays public relations
GIFTS & SHELLS Open Year Kound ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER
PLAIN SHAMPOO And SET $3.00
PERMS $12.00 And Up
Long Hair $4.50
Short Hair $4.00
HOURS 9 - 3
LOUISE GRUBAUGH-SANIBEL ISLAND
10-21-71 ISLANDER 3
Visiting Mrs. ETHEL REYNOLDS is her sister Mrs. RACHEL PHILLIPS from Springfield, Ohio, for a late summer
vacation. Mrs. Phillips likes the islands
just fine, butprefers it in the winter, when the weather is cooler here.
HOURS: 10 to 5:30
Need anunexpected gift?
Or something for yourself?
call Anne Bendix, 472-1051
j for suggestions and immediate delivery
Hous of I asni
fashion In elegance
with the finest in
10 to 5 Monday thru Saturday
TAILORING AND ALTERATIONS OF A L L KINDS Done InMy Home ALSO House Painting Repairs of All Kinds Trees Trimmed or Removed Don & D.onna Williams 472-1423
ISLAND INN GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Everett B. Post of Madi-
son, N.J.,have returned foravisit to the Islands. Mrs. Kay Halprin and son of
Miami are enjoying the sand, sun and wat-
er. Mr. Richard Sutton of Gainesville is
BEACH VIEW COTTAGES
having a late summer vacation on the Islands. Down from the north are M.
Returning to the islands are Mr. & Mrs. Herman D. Wieck from Louisville, Ky., andtraveling together for a l a t e summer respite are Mr.&Mrs. L. B. Monte andthe H. F. Gatworthsof Breck-
Mohlers and the R. Taylors and from Boca Raton
, theT. J. Mallons. Dr. and Mrs. John D. Hallahan are resting before returning to a busy practice in Media, Pa.
ville, Ohio. Mr.&Mrs. A. Celmanieks
of Crab Tree Farms, 111., have returned to the island for some pleasant hours in the sun. Mr.&Mrs. Charles F. Seger, Jr. of St. Louis, Mo.,too, are prolonging the summer for avisitatBeachview.The Edwin A. Scharlavs of Champagne, 111., are down to try to retain their summer
SEGUNDA APARTMENTS Shelters andfishermen dominated the Segunda's guest list this week. Several fine catches of snook andredfish were brought in by the Carl Sherer party of. St. Petersburg
, which included Mr. and
Resort Wear, MeilcMi Imooru Gift* from 33 Countries, Antlquea. Tcya; Penny Candy . Salmagundi ; . Prlnta
tan and enjoy the beach andpool. And from Mrs. Allen Childers and Dr. & Mrs.R.
closer parts are the W. J. Baarcks of C. Childers, andwere succulently grilled Clearwater andLudwig and Lena Grendel alfresco by Mr. Sherer. of Ormond Beach, who have thoroughly Also outwith rod and reel were Mr. enjoyed their visit, andtheEsteps too. Lyle Wilkins of Orlando andMr.S. E.
Turn Right AtThe Shopping Plaza
Follow The Signs
Smith of Winter Park, Fla.,while their
wives gathered some fine king's crowns.
Diligent sheller Frances Williams,
not to be outdone by the recent success
THE COLONY GUESTS
of her sisters, located avery nice golden
The Colony guests from Florida include Mr. & Mrs. Robert Halcrow of Miami; the Joseph J. Eibel party from Boca Raton; Mr.&Mrs. H. Conner, Orland; and from other parts of the country, Mr. &Mrs. E. R.Robbert of Lexington, Ky.; Mr.&Mrs. Marshall G. Hardesty, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Mr.&Mrs. P a u l
olive on thebeach just off the Segunda. Less aggressive intheir fishing and shelling, and concentrating equally on relaxation and island-exploring, were the Arthur Ferriers of Miami, Mr. & Mrs. M. D.Williams ofClearwater, and C apt. & Mrs.Renesse of Mossapequa, Long Island, N.Y.
Busse, Titusville, N.J.; andMr.& Mrs.
J. Elrod of Greenville, S.C.
HtlRRICANC Progress with Electricity KStOKNTIAL · COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL
Mr. & Mrs. J. Norman Miller of
Merchantville, N.J., have returned to their cottage "SeaOats" and Mr. & Mrs. C. E. Kubat ofClarendon Hills, HI., are in their cottage "Bali-Hi." Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Sanders are making a return visit toThe Colony; Mr. Sanders is a golf proat Battle Ground Country Club inTennett, N.J.
Shalimar Cottages are under the new management of George and Minerva Noll, formerly ofClearwater, Fla.They managed a motel on Clearwater Beach and hadtheir own business forthe past 15 years. They sold out andmoved to Sanibel. George and Minerva had been coming to the island for about 10 years
ML '·% r o / i l after five 463-58641 995-5251
and now are very happy to becomeper-
Mrs. Eldridge andMrs. Lathrop have
I have returned to myhome on the moved to Orlando to be near Mary's
Island after major surgery. It will be daughter. May andMuriel, as they are
some time before I will be "outof the so fondly known on the island, return
woods." I would like to take thisop- frequently tovisit old friends.
portunity to express myprofound grat-
Guests nowat the Shalimar are: Mr.
itude for the overwhelming expression & Mrs.Cindea, Canton, Ohio; Mr. &
of affection and concern.
Mrs. McGrail, New York; Mr.& Mrs.
Until such time that I am able to ex- McNulty, Beaufort, N.C.;Mr. and Mrs.
press my thanks in a more personal Brannon, Nyack, N.Y.;Mr.&Mrs.Wosk-
manner, this is just to say how much I ry, Nyack, N.Y.; Mr. & Mrs.Maull,
appreciate everything andmost expec- Leonia, N.J.;Mr. & Mrs. C. Hilbert,
ially your prayers.
Atlanta, Ga.; Miss Caroline Wilkins,
/ s / Yours affectionately, Father Madden
Delray Beach, Fla.; and Mr. & Mrs. McGrail of New York.
The Magnificent Dog Pet Center Salt Water Aquariums · Birds Dogs · Cats · Hamsters KXPCHT GNOOMIMS ALL ·RCCDS Call 463-9337 For Transportation Arrangements 7205 Estero Blvd., Ft. Myers Beach uu (next to Bailey's) In The ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER cat Ј 472-1114 Mary Aleck - Owner
NOTICE TO ALL SUBSCRIBERS:
Due to a more efficient, automatic system, ALL subscriptions will expire November 1, 1971. Any subscription -which nowexpires Before OR After that date wi 11 be charged on apro-rata basis. There will be NOrenewal notices sent before November 1, 1971. ALL NOTICES FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL BE SENT FOR AN EXPIRATION DATE OF NOVEMBER 1.
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You will becharged 11-1-71
to expire YEAR Nov., 1972
lontp/ete facilities rrtoenjoythe J wand's waters
Do-it-yourself fishing or guided fishing trip
s. Guided shelling tours.
Rental canoes for the Sanctuary water trails.
Rental sail boats
Rental dockage for
BAIT AVAILABLE 24 HOURS TACKLE - ICE - SNACKS Call Grady Edmondson for reservations and information
4 ISLANDER 10-21-71
UHHOHS Real Ostaet
TUs l i t oldad in this U'l old paper sold almost everything listed. Need NEW LISTINGS good o r bad f o r Labor Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas. AND FOR' ME!
William C. Shannon, Broker Capttva Island, Florida 33924
Zella Mae Shannon, 472.1149
Hats, Purses, Placemats, Rattan and Willow Baskets BEAUTIFUL COLORS - HANDSOME GIFTS
9:30 -'5 Mon.- Sat. Periwinkle Way
472-2154 Oppsite Commanttjr Ho
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR TO THE ISLANDER: As land values rise andproperty taxes with them, the forgotten people are the old residents who don't want to sell their land, just live on it. In Florida, as in the Hawaiian Islands, the pioneer families often find they can no longer afford to remain ontheir property, that was their father's and grandfather's before them, simply because affluent people have moved into the neighborhood and built expensive homes beside theirs. This is not only unfair to those directly affected but itrobs the community of its character, its roots and itsliving history. The attitude that the land isworth more and they can sell itis a completely materialistic approach which ignores the fact that noteveryone is greedyand avaricious. Our homesteaders did not settleon our islands and in our state to make a bundle buttohave their own place where they could live and raise their children with dignity andpride. They worked hard and put up with often incredible hardships in order to own the land many of their descendents live on today. Like thoughtful people of our own time, most of what they did was fortheir children and grandchildren and those to come after them. We have in ourzoning laws a "Grandfather's Clause" which permits abusiness established long ago to continue even if the area around itchanges. This sort of consideration should also apply to families who have hadcontinuous ownership of their land over along period. They should get a tax break as long as the property remains within that family although it need not, and probably should not, bepassed onif the landis sold to an outsider. So few people would be affected that this would have little effect onthe total tax picture but t h e psychological gains would be enormous. It would show that we onSanibel and Captiva and in allofFlorida care what happens to the real islanders and the real Floridians, whomade us great and still have much to contribute. Our state senator isJerry Thomas. We should let him know that we need these people and what they stand for, in this great big materialistic world of ours. / s / Elinore Dormer Sanibel
BOOKS AND MAGAZINES WANTED Discarded books andcopies ofthe more lasting type magazines are desired forthe Book Table at the Annual Christmas Bazaar and White Elephant Sale to be held by the Sanibel Community Church, November 27at theSanibel Community House. If you have donations to make please get in touch with Mrs. Dellmar Reynolds, 472-1870 orMrs. George Zajicek, 472-1757. A carton will also be placed near the door oftheSanibel Community Church in which books may be placed.
ATTEND Nature Conservancy
MEETING Attending the annual meeting of The Nature Conservancy in Savannah, Ga., Oct. 15 and 16 were Mr. &Mrs. George Winterbotham and Mr. Roy Bazire. The 22nd annual meeting was held at theSavannah Inn and Country Club and included a national r e v i e w of projects of The Nature Conservancy and afeatured panel on "The Future ofWetlands." In addition to being amember ofThe Nature Conservancy, Mrs. Winterbotham is Chairman of the Board oftheSanibelCaptiva Conservation Foundation, which has a cooperative land acquisition program with The Nature Conservancy for the Sanibel Fresh Water Wetlands. Bazire isavice president of the Florida Chapter of TheNature Conservancy.
TEACHERS HAVE DUTY DAY
Sanibel's Elementary school teachers
had a duty day on Friday. Though children
had the day off, the teachers were at work
from 8:30 to 11:45, and from Ito3 p.m.,
and the time was spent w o r k i n g on
PARTLY FINISHED DINING ROOM
records, meeting parent conferences,
making future class plans and generally working together with other faculty mem-
bers. "Much of a teacher's time is spent daily in individual classrooms, working alone, but on duty day, teachers areable to meet together and discuss problems together," said Principal George Dissette.
It's bustle time at the Island Inn asbuilders finish up renovations, painters hold sway with lively palette, and an electrician ortwo climb up and down ladders waving wires overhead. This past summer an addition to the dining room out toward the new Kimball Lodge has been under construction with almost wall to wall windows and aview that i s even more superb than before. There isalso indirect lighting along the west wall with new ceiling lights and fans arenow being installed. The office entranceto Island Inn has been moved back a few feet and enlarged with attractive double glass
A faculty evening.
meeting was held in t h e doors. Thefront office now opens into a private office and the front desk spans the whole east end of the lobby. There will again be a lobby adjoining the dining room, all
Mr. Dissette announced a gift from freshly painted, carpeted and complete, this year, with color TV. Kimball Lodge's
Mr. &Mrs.Ted Wigginton ofFort Myers attractive lounge will also have color TV for those whocan tear their eyes away from
of 80 library books for the school library. the view of the .Gulf. Matthews Lodge rooms wear anew coat of paint and are now car-
"Many ofthe books were intheir original peted on the first floor as well as second floor. The Inn will have acomplete telephone
covers, and they were a splendid donation service to all rooms, and isfully automatic.
enriching our library," declared Mr. Dissette.
The Inn's two new tennis courts facing Gulf Drive will be ready for play soon. This added facility should afford much enjoyment for the guests.
WOOSTER TELEVISION COMPANY SALES & SERVICE
Fedders AIR CONDITIONERS
N o r g e A p p l i a n c e s (by Fedders) Refrigerators - Freezers - Washers - Dryers - Ranges
472-1133 bank financing arranged
BANKAMERICARD welcome here
FOR THE BEST FIBHINO AND SHELL I NO IN PROTECTED WATERS
QAJUML AT THE SANIBEL-CAPTIVA BRIDGE
EVERYTHING FOR THE FISHERMAN
* BOATS * MOTORS * BAIT * TACKLE * ICE
Guy McRae, Manager
10-21-71 ISLANDER 5
SUMMER HOURS 9-5Wed.,Thura.fFri. Saturday. 9-1 Stop Center
Engineering and Architectural Assistants Drafting andSecretarial Services- Home Help Aides Electrician; 24 hr. Service WHEN YOU NEED HELP, CALL THE ISLAND HELPERS No Reasonable Request Refused Office - Jim's on PeriwinkleWay ,9 a.m. to 3p.m. Phone 472-1682 4p.m. to 7 p.m.
Open 7 Days A Week
Breakfast 7:30 - 11 Lunch 11 - 2:30
Dinner 5 · 9 p.m.
ComerofTarpon Bay Road and Sanibel Blvd.
For Meals The Whole Family Enjoys, Beer, Too!
WILLIAM C. SHANNON Is Now Distributing AMWAY PRODUCTS
The Non- Polluting Household and Commercial Cleaners & Bio- degradable Products
we GROCERIE9 BEER &· WINE l
PUBLIC REQUEST Alvin P. Mast, clerk-in-charge atthe Sanibel Post Office, requests that postal customers who have not returned their applications for the newstreet numbers on Sanibel Island to do so promptly. He also stated that postal customers atSanibel may start using their new numbers as soon as they receive them.
DR. SHEELY WELCOMED BACK TO PULPIT Members and friends of the Sanibel Community Church look forward to the return of Dr. & Mrs. H. E. Sheely on October 24. Dr. Sheely has served the Church as its winter resident minister since 1967, although prior to that he had served as guest minister on several occasions. The church members
hip has almost doubled since Dr. Sheely accepted his post, and people from allover the country have enjoyed his inspiring sermons. The Sheelys spent their s u m m e r visiting friends and relatives inPennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan. During their absence, thepulpit was servedbyanumber of guest ministers. Following the morning worship service on Sunday, a coffee hour will be held in the church in honor of the Sheelys, and it is hoped that all of their many friends will join in this reception. SAILING CLASS TO START FOR SANIBEL TEENAGERS Mr. Duane White, president of the Sanibel-Captiva Lions Club has announced a new youth oriented program sponsored by Sanibel-Captiva Lions Club for island young men andwomen. A free course in sailing will start with registration at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 29. Lessons will be given on Saturday, Oct. 30 at atimeandplacetobe announced at registration. Thecourse is open to Sanibel-Captiva boys and girls between the ages of 12and 16who have little or no sailing experience. Mr. White says that two Sunfish Class sailboats have been made available for the project and thateveryprecautionwill be taken for the safety of the students. Mr. Howard Hoffman of Sanibel is chairman of the Lions project committee responsible for theprogram andhas appointed Mr. Clark Newcombe as supervisor of the c l a s s . Mr.Newcombe, a member of the United States P o w e r Squadron and past commander of the Housatonic River Squadron in Connecticut has hadmany years of experience in cruising sail and power boats. Four island men will act as instructors, all of whom are qualified boatmen. Mr. William Compton has had experience as sailing instructor in northern yacht clubs. Mr.J. Howard Woods, Mr. James Robson and Mr.Myton Ireland havehad long years of experience in the sport of sailing. Mr. White urges all young people between 12 and 16 to register on the 29th and learn to participate in the sport of sailing. He points out that as time is limited to Saturdays for instruction, enrollees will be taken on a 'first come' basis. Parental approval is required.
FORT MYERS Health Foods 60S7 MC GREGOR BLVD. (Royal Palm Plaza)
closer to the Islands
Si <=> Cape Coral ,cg>/BamCboololeIgnen Pkwy. Bridge /
BECOME A MEMBER OF Friends of the Sanibe! public library
YOUR library needs YOUR SUPPORT! Library Hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays10-12 Mondays &Thurdays 2-4
looking for something bright and light for dashing briskly into autumn . . . Kay's puts it all together for you.
AUTO AIRCONDITIONING SERVICE
We honor BonkAmericard
Malone SPECIMEN SHELLS FLORIDA AND WORLD WIDE One Block West Of The Causeway^ On Periwinkle Way 472-1J21
Restaurant LARGE MEMO SEAFOOD OUR SPECIALTY Dally Seafood Specials Breakfast 7:30 to ll:J0 Lunc'u 11:30 to 2:00 Dinner 5:00 to 8:00
SAN CARLOS REALTY
Robert L. Dormer REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER Periwinkle Way Drawer 9- Sanibel, Florida 33957 Phone 813 472-1011
BAYFRONT RESIDENCE 146' on San Carlos Bay x 200' deep.
NEW DUPLEX $6,000 down - Attractive terms.
SALE 2 Furnished Cottages - live in one and rent other
Bay access - Under $25,000.
Bob 813 472-1664
Dan 813 472-1880
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ALWAYS GOOD SKIM MILK.
39* HALF GAL
12 OZ POP TOP CANS
"U5t SCHLITZ BEER....A »«$1.09
CHOCOLATE CHIP 16 OZ OR IS OZ SUGAR
MASTERS MET COTTAGE
STOKELY FRENCH ORCUT COLDEN CAE$AR KRAFT DRESSING GOLDEN GRAIN MACARONI & CHEDDAR
16 OZ CANS 49« 16 OZ BTL
KRAFT STRAWBERRY IBI IV
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LIMIT OME COUPON PER ADULT CUSTOMER
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JERGEN'S EXTRA 7OI DRY LOTION. STL O « A
NIBLET CORN OR MIXED VEGETABLES GREEN GIANT
PEAS AND ONIONS
BEEF, CHICKEN AND TURKEY BANQUET PIES. , GORTON INDIVIDUALY WRAPPED PERCH FILLETS ·
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE PIZZA CHEF BOY-AR-DEE PEPPERONI r~ SAUSAGE PIZZA.... TREASURE ISLE BREADED SHRIMP PIECES
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DREDGINGS FROM THE GULF OF MEXICO
20 TO 100 MILES OFFSHORE
Sold ByThe Bushe! ForHome Sorting Of
Rare Shells, Coral and Other Marine Specimens
$10.00 Bushel And Up.
217 47th St. N.W.-Bradenton. Fla.33505 - Phone 746-4835 (813)
HAND ,/^gJCRAFTED 6IFTS
Completely new line of gift itemsGifts oi the Sea
ir> CERAMICS-LEATHER ITEMS OwymoJU, Tarpon Bay & Island Inn Roads
RECENT LEE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ACTIONS Wulfert Road now runs through property that the owners wish todevelop. They would give the county a 60-foot substitute right-of-way andconstruct a paved road from the Sanibel-Captiva Road (SR 867) to the present intersection of Wulfert andthe road to the wildlife refuge. Apublic hearing onthis proposal is set for November 3 at 10 a.m. in the County Commission Room, The county sewer project engineer, William E.Thompson, has stated that county sewer districts forSanibel Island andCaptiva Island should be eligible toreceive federal construction grants. Thompson hasasked theChief ofthe federal grants branch of theEnvironmental Protection
Agency inAtlanta to review the action ofthe County Commission in creating such districts toinsure the creation meets federal legal requirements for obtaining funds. SANIBEL-CAPTIVA CONSERVATION FOUNDATION NEWS Mr. Joel Kuperberg, executive director oftheFlorida Trustees ofthe I n t e r n a l Improvement Trust Fund, will speak atthe annual meeting ofthe Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation, Dec. 8, 1971, Sanibel Community House. The Board of Directors of the Foundation invites thepublic to attend. Mr. Kuperberg, oneofFlorida's outstanding environmentalists, will speak onprogress indeveloping environmental controls, particularly for South Florida
. Prior to his appointment to hispresent position by Governor Askew last spring, Mr. Kuperberg was Executive Director oftheCollier County Conservancy and was responsible for the creation oftheRookery Bay Sanctuary. He has worked closely with the local Foundation on the establishment ofits program andis a member ofits Advisory Board. Another outstanding feature for the annual meeting will be a showing of the film, "Multiply...and Subdue" by Dr.IanL.McHarg, noted teacher, landscape architect
, planner, writer and lecturer. Full details ofthe meeting will be announced later.
CYPRESS LAKE VARSITY GROUPS The Varsity group in 6ypress Lake High School
has onemember from Sanibel, Charlie Gavin. In the Junior Varsity group at Cypress Lake are:Ralph Woodring, J r . and Ronald Gavin, and in the 9thgrade group are Wayne Woodring, Harry Jordan, Steve Bissell and John Cimato. Gail Carper ison the cheering line as a Pantherette, andDebbie Ireland is a cheerleader. The ninth grade won a game with Naples on Wednesday by romping over them with a 40to0 score. Other games scheduled for the 9thgrade are Oct. 27 at Naples again, when Naples will try to win against thevictorious 9thfrom Cypress Lake. Their last game for this year will be on Nov. 3 atFortMyers and against them. The Junior Varsity group of Cypress Lake played a tie game with Naples last Thursday with a 14 to 14 score. Other games scheduled fortheJunior Varsity are: Oct.14,Riverdale at Cypress Lake; Oct. 21, Fort Myers at Cypress Lake; Oct. 28, Punta Gorda at Punta Gorda; Nov. 4, North Fort Myers atNorth Fort Myers; Nov. 11, Riverdale at Cypress Lake; and Nov. 18,Naples at Naples. The varsity group of Cypress Lake schedule is as follows: Oct.15, River-
dale at Cypress Lake; Oct. 22, Largo at Largo; Oct. 29,Homecoming game with Naples at Cypress Lake; Nov. 5,North Fort Myers at North Fort Myers;Nov.12, Sarasota at Sarasota; Nov. 19,Manatee at Manatee; andNov. 24,Fort Myers at Edison Stadium. The islands areproud oftheir representation on the teams by such outstanding students, andhope the games will be attended by many islanders fortheboys need your support and Debbie and Gail will help you root for the home team. CHILDREN RAISING TREE FROGS Children at the Sanibel School have been raising tree frogs innumbers. One plant contains almost 100 of the bright green tiny animals. A post nearby notes: "Every frog you "bug' will eat one less gnat for you." Signed: Sanibel Tree Frog Council. Incidentally, the school district millage which is coming upfora referendum vote soon shows Sanibel under the additions-renovations plans, which callsfor air conditioning
the school, according to plans. This would be a great boon to the school, both for children and teachers. It would mean freedom from pesky gnats, no-see-urns and mosquitoes, which now seriously interfere with achievement during some bad seasons.
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Veterans' Day will be observed on Oct. 25with a speech atEdison Stadium at Fort Myers High School with State Comptroller Fred O. Dickinson J r . as speaker on Americanism. Prior to his talk, Dickinson will make aspecial video tape to be shown to school children on closed circuit TV.The program will be open tothepublic at 10 a.m.Senior High school students
will be at the stadium from Fort Myers Senior High School and Riverdale High. Bands from C y p r e s s Lake Senior High, Fort Myers and North Fort Myers andRiverdale High schools will provide patriotic music along with the Buccaneer Drum and Bugle Corps. The observance is being sponsored by the Southwest Florida Clearinghouse, an organization of local veterans groups, businesses and school officials. Banks will beclosed locally on Veterans' Day andsome businesses. Veterans groups will present color guards and short speeches will be given by representatives of the A m e r i c a n Legion, Veterans of Foreign Warsand the Voice of Democracy award winner. Park T. Pigott, Commander of the American Legion Post 38 will speak and Edward T. Kuss ofthe Veterans of Foreign Wars will also address the assemblage. 3>: ,4:
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10-21-71 ISLANDER 9 WHY NOT PLAN ON HAVING DINNER WITH US THIS EVENING? Bracidol adventure Your Hosts Margie Ann ft Louis LedxU For Reservations - 472-2177
SANIBEL-CAPTIVA REAL ESTATE Claire T. Walter, Realtor
ITALIAN CUISINE Overlooking the Gulf of Mexico Gulf Drive · Between Beachview and Jolly Roger Motels
Cauls is open again on Captiya with their nice gift selections and The Corner Shoppe,
GIFT OF LAND IN MONTVILLE CREATES NEW
too, also Fur, Feathers and'Scales, Thetan, Glory of the Sea, Red Pelican, Dotti's, The Seven Seas, Sea Horse Shop, Reynolds Shell Shop, Jim's Shell Shop, Sanibel Orig-
NATURE CONSERVANCY PRESERVE
inals, TheShell Net, Elsie Malone's, TheSea Horse Aquarium, and many more, not to mention those places who have faithfully remained open all year to serve thepublic.
The Connecticut Chapter of The Nature Conservancy announced the establishment All three groceries, Bailey's, the B-Hive and the Island Store are still openand
of the Milo Light Nature Preserve in Montville, Conn., as a result of thegift of 338 serving you, and many eating places too. Coconut Grov»-i« open seven days a weekand
acres from Mr. & Mrs. William Alquist, Sanibel,Fla.
is always dependable for enjoyable eating for thewhole family, as is Harbor House.
The Conservancy is a nationwide membership organization which works solely for The Dairy Queen is open presently only onweekends, butthere is theSanibel Sandwich the acquisition of diverse natural areas in order topreserve them for all limes. Since Shop in Bailey's center, the ever good Snack Shack, and for gourmet foods, Letizio's 1954, the organization has been involved in over 600 projects totalling over 228,000 and South Seas Plantation. Incidentally, the. South Seas entertained Yachtsmen at a acres. Some of these areas have been cooperative ventures with other educational, weekend convention this past week.
scientific and conservation organizations and also municipal, state and federal gov- For you lady seamstresses or even beginners, Bailey's has a sale on sewingno-
tions for 10( per card, and their lovely fresh Patchwork Quilt material is being sold
in the2-1/2 yard piece at $25. Lovely Jim Tillet prints inpretty cotton with easy care
is $3.75 peryard. Bailey's has some stunning silver jewelry in the real metal. In fact,
they just offer everything from the toes to thetopof the head in clothing and some
Have you noticed the spectacular sunsets lately? Andthen if you getup early enough the sunrises are almost as spectular, with fresh cool air andlingering pink clouds and a brilliant blue sky. This is what ournorthern vacationers come down here to see and enjoy. And thefish have been biting; the tides have been right for shelling and bathing. Even on the stormy days, the high waves are a delight to the surfers. Mac Intosh Book Shop is open again, and a table of books bound to interest each and all is on sale at half price. Mr.Mac has all thelatest best sellers, andwhat you don't see he will order for you. Some of his new books are autographed copies, and some of hisvery fine binoculars are on sale too. And hispersonalized cards are real finds. Come in andbrowse around.
beautiful tray tables in heavy aluminum are a real useful and pretty addition to any room. Bailey's isn't just for groceries; it's for everything under the sunpractically. The stores which are open now are all offering fresh new merchandise, recently purchased at themarts all around the country. Do look at the RedPelican's real silver jewelry and even belts, plus all kinds of oldtins, sofashionably new again. And speaking of public services which remained open throughout thelong, hot summer, the service stations all remained open, and all themaintenance companies: The Island Helpers, Island Maintenance, Lawn Maintenance, Dan Williams, and notto forget the barber shop andthebeauty shoppes who remained open to maintain milady's poise and beauty at Tender Touch and Sanibel Beauty Salon.
Many of the other stores which have been closed for vacation are reopening.Me
THE 1AIT BOX Across From The Dairy yueen on Sanibel FISHERMAN'S HEADQUARTERS for SANIBEL and CAPTIVA SALT & FRESHWATER FISHING EQUIPMENT TACKLE CLEANED & REPAIRED RENTALS & STORAGE LIVE SHRIMP & PIN FISH we catch ourown FROZEN SHRIMP, MULLET, SQUID, & LIVE WORMS SKI ROPES FISHING INFORMATION PLUS ICE CUBES IN BAGS Open everyday 8:30-7p.m. Phone 472-161* ADVENTURE-ELBOW ROOM-TRANQUILITY COME BE CAPTIVATED BY CAPTIVA Spacious Accommodations on 300 Tropical Acres
NOW. you can have your island living...and GOLF, TOO! Close your eyes and imagine for a moment... this unbeatable combination . . . the sound of Gulf waters gently lapping your white sЈtnd beach . . . golfers just beyond your backyard enjoying the challenge of links that you own along with 250 other owners . . . the serenity of a tropical island atmosphere . . . a quality modern home served bycentral water andsewer system. That is not a dream even though it may sound dreamy. It's the best of three worlds. Youcan make it happen now, on Sanibel Island, at Beachview Country Club Estates where homesites begin at $10,500. BEACHVIEW COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES For further information contact Michigan Homes at models in Shell Harbor on Sanibel or your Island broker.
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OPEN YOUR BUSINESS for just a few dollars a day in the new SANIBEL CENTER BUILDING. Full particulars upon request. SMALL CAPTIVA MOTEL with excellent terms. Close toGulf.
DUPLEX LOTS Some very nice duplex lots for $6,100.00, THREE HUNDRED FEET OF CHOICE GULF FRONTAGE! Motel/Condiminium zoning. Excellent investment.
NEW DUPLEX COMPLETELY FURNISHED This is a brand new listing. VeryGood price with terms offered. CHOICE BUSINESS PARCEL 585' of road frontage, excess of 300' in depth.
A BOATMAN'S PARADISE Now is the time to secure a future home site in SANIBEL HARBOURS on the Bay. Choice canal waterfront sites in a very wonderful section of Sanibel. A perfect spot for waterfront living.
BEAUTIFUL HOME A large 3 bedroom, 2bath home with walking easement to Gulf beach. $38,500.
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SANIBEL-CAPTIVA ART LEAGUE
JURIED ART SHOW PLANNED AT MALL
The Sanibel-Captiva Art League has many interesting shows and classes planned The second annual Edison Mall juried art show, sponsored jointly bythe Art Council
for the 1971-72 year. It's member artists are having a month long show at the Royal of Southwest Florida and the Edison Mall merchants, will be staged November 15 -20.
Palms Yacht Club inFortMyers during November, and the first league sponsored class A $100 Best of Show and two $50prizes for a realistic andan abstract painting will
will start next week.
be awarded along with first, second and third prize ribbons in oil, watercolor, acrylic
This class in decoupage will be taught by Mrs. Mary Pevear, thetalented and de- and "other media" categories. Honorable mentions will begiven at the judge's dis-
lightful Captiva artist. The class will meet every other Monday for seven meetings, cretion. The name of the judge was not available at press time.
and will cost $30.00 for the series. The first meeting next Monday morning, Oct. 25, The show is open to any artist in theSouthwest Florida area, according to Mrs.
will be held at the Robert Haynie home on Gulf Drive (Box 747), at teno'clock.The Helen Bauley, art league president.
group is limited to 8 members, and anyone interested in joining the class may call - Work submitted must be original, completed by the exhibiting artist within the last
Phoebe Haynie at 472-1633 for further information.
two years, and not previously shown in any area juried show. It must be suitably framed
Mrs. Pevear studied and worked for more than five years with the internationally and ready for hanging with screw eyes and picture wire. Wet paintings will not beac-
known decoupage artists, Maybelle and Hiram Manning in Boston. Until shecame to cepted.
these tropical islands shedid what she calls the "real" decoupage, theone dimensional An entry fee of $2 perpainting will be charged with no more than four works being
kind. She now uses the intriguing and somewhat complicated three dimensional form accepted by anindividual artist.
as what she considers a short cut to thedifficult and time consuming drying process Receiving date for entries is Nov. 6 from 10a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Terry P a r k
of the original method which requires 25 to 30 separate coats of varnish. Her charming agriculture building on Palm Beach Blvd.
pictures have been shown in exhibitions both here and in New England, and arehighly Additional information onthe show may be obtained at Harmon's atEdison Mall and
prized by those fortunate enough to own one.
The Palette in Cape Coral.
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After THAT letter from the old girl, I've decided to hang on to the old model. New parts on the way. / s / Scotty Sing-a-long F r i . , the29th. Also St. Petersburg Choral Youth Group, Gondolier, to entertainyou Sat. night, the30th. /%/ Scotty
TURF MAINTENANCE: Lawn, trees, shrubs maintained. All landscape needs satisfied. Call 472-1368, an Island business, APPLIANCE KEPAIR& Stall appliances, electric stoves,' vacuum cleaners, r a d i o s , lamps, e t c . Harry's Appliance Service, P.O. Box 67, Sanlbel Island, 472-1765.
AL WOLF ELECTRONIC SERVICE Color, B&W TV, Hi-Fi, Stereo, Radio, Tape Recorders, Record Players, Antenna systems. 472-2218. ISLAND ELECTRIC Harold L Clark, Licensed, bonded, master electrician. No job toosmall. 472-1282 days. 472-2205 eves.
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HOUSE FOR RENT: S bedroom, 2 bath, central air conditloniog, on Capdva Island facing Roosevelt Paw. Ph. 472-2272.
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Motel owners and business people. You * « now get color post cards and broch- » . Beautiful lull color reproduction, .·ighest quality, tow price. Call L a r r y C. Huston, commercial photographer. 463.6655. JOB PRINTING: Letterheads, envelopes, rate sheets -- anything! FAS1' service! BEST price ANYWHERE! B. R. Brown. 463-6546.
McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS MTT-E-LITE GENERATORS Sales and Service SAN I B a MARINA Lighthouse End
WANTED: KIDS. Earn money shelling. Coquina live, boiled and cleaned. Leave hinged and sorted by inside color. 75c" a cup and$1.50 %pint for the cleanest and best. Bring i Sanibel Community Center Saturday, Oct. 30 at 5 p.m.
NATURAL ISLAND FILL, DIRT &SHELL Dragline, bulldozing, tractor mowing seawalls, docks built SANIBEL MARINA Lighthouse mid FOR SALE: By owner, income property close to Gulf access. Spacious owners* quarters plus fullyequipped rentalaptthatsleeps six. E. Skinner, Tahiti Djr., Sanibel* 472-1077 FOR SALE BY OWNER: House in Sanibel Estates. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, Fla. room, carport, utility room, new carpet and drapes. Open beam ceiling in living and dining area. Beautiful dry lot. Asking $27,500.00. Call 472-1338. Shop early for a Christmas gift that will give many years of pleasure. AKCpoodle pups. Toys and minatures. Emily Mason, 463-2321. HELP WANTED: The Nutmeg House needs three employees. Dining room manager, salad maker, receptionist. Full time preferred but will adjust hours for suitable applicant. No experience necessary. Call 472-1141 after 10 a.m. ********* HELP WANTED: Waitress, experience notnecessary, will train. Must be mature, dependable and show initiative. "The Letizia's" Italian Cuisine on the Gulf. Sanibel. 472-2177. ******** FOR RENT: Gulf front home on Sanibel, 3 bedrooms completely equipped for housekeeping. 472-2213. ******** WANTED: Portable organ or guitar player for project. 472-2220. POOL SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE Pools cleaned, chemically treated and minor repairs. 472-1493.
10-21-71 ISLANDER 11
WHAT'S WITH THE
'JESUS FREAKS' ?
This is the key question to be discussed by members of the Advanced Teen Class led by Dr. Charles Fishburne at; St. Michael's Episcopal, 9:30 service, Sunday, Oct. 24. All Sanibel-Captiva teenagers are welcome to participate.
GONDOLIER WEEKEND AT ST. MICHAEL'S The weekend of Oct. 30 and 31 will be "Gondolier Weekend" at St. Michael and All Angel's Church. The Gondoliers are a folk singing group from Northeast High School in St. Petersburg. They will arrive on the Island Saturday afternoon. That evening they will beat Scotty's Restaurant about 6:30 p.m. with a musical program. On Sunday morning at 11 o'clock they will be at the "Folk Mass" at St. Michael's; this is intendedfor all island young people and adults. After the service Sunday there will be a picnic at the Sanibel Siesta Motel Beach for all island young people and the young people of St. Michael's Church School. These young people from St. Petersburg are a highly talented group-- they have been a part of Northeast High School's program for some years. The director of the group is Mrs. Jack Rowe and she will be here with the group as well as Mr. Robert Drick, music director for Boca Ceiga High School. The Folk Mass at St. Michael's will feature guitar music and the singing of the young people as well as the congregation in such songs as "If I Had a Hammer," "Kum Bayah," and "Michael Rowed the Boat Ashore." There is one piece in the Folk Mass that was composed by Mr. Drick and dedicated to the Gondoliers and Mrs. Rowe. St. Michael's is looking forward to the visit of the young people and to the picnic planned for that Sunday.
SHELL HARBOR INN Shell Harbor Inn is expecting a new addition to the family any day now. The Holtzmans will be planning to sell some German short haired pointer puppies in time for Christmas giving if all goes as expected. Incidentally, they are setting in at the Holtzman household after a wonderful Hawaiian vacation. First they attended the annual meeting of the Best Western Motels in Las Vegas, and from there they flew to Hawaii in a group, landing at Honolulu, where the convention resumed and reconvened. They toured Kauai, flying over and marveling at the lush greenery created by the rain forests. Unfortunately, both of the Holtzmans developed colds, "A king of allergy to pineapples, I think" said Mrs. H., "and we are so glad tobe back home," she opined. The Inn has been a busy place all summer and full most every night, and so the Holtzmans are putting a new addition on containing 28 units, and bringing the total number of units to 68. Mr. & Mrs. MiloPalivka have returned for a prolonged revisit to the Inn; also Mr. & Mrs. Frank S. Lackey. Dr. &Mrs. W. W. Lorton of Smithfield, N.C., are here at Shell Harbor for some fine sun and shelling. Mr. & Mrs. P. S. Mullin of Verona, Pa., too, are enjoying acquiring a tan. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson of Jekyll Island, Ga,, are resting and relaxing on the beach and the Howard Ruedgers of Park Forest, 111., are s o j o u r n i n g pleasantly at Shell Harbor. The F r e d Barrs of Wadsworth, Ohio, too, are enjoying a bit of summer projected into the fall.
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REAL ESTATE NEWS Pri8cilla Murphy, realtor, reports the following sales: From Mr. Benjamin F. Hartman to Mr. & Mrs. John J. O'Neill from Newark, Ohio, a home on Gulf Drive. From Mrs. Olivia Hoile to Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Kraft of Georgia, a lot in Las Conchas Del Mar. MRS. RUSSELL RUPERT Mrs. Russell (Bruni J.) Rupert, 46, of Sanibel, died Saturday. She had been a resident of Sanibel for the past twelve years. Survivors include her husband, Col. Russell Rupert of Sanibel. Mrs. Rupert was a member of the Mizpah Chapter, No. 190, Order of Eastern Star who will conduct services. Burial will be in the Arlington National Cemetery some time after the Wednesday services at the Leo W. Engelhardt Funeral Home.
MR MYRON W. IRELAND HONORED Mr. Myron W. Ireland has been recently honored by a current listing in the 1972-73 issue of "Who's Whoof the East" for his outstanding achievements in business and finance in the Long Island, N.Y., area. "Who's Who" is nationally known for its short biographies of prominent men in the field of business, government, education, religion, press, civic affairs, Fine Arts, law and others. The foremost consideration in determining who will be admitted to the pages of "Who's Who of the East" is judged on either of two factors; (1) position of responsibility or (2) the level of achievement attained. Mr. Ireland still maintains abusiness in Oyster Bay, Long Island, NewYork and is the owner of Snook Apts., Gulf Drive, Sanibel, where he resides with his wife Dolly and five children, Daphne, Deborah, Jane Anne, June and Myron, Jr.
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1OTHE DAY OF THE JACKAL. Forsyth
iTTHB EXORCIST. Blatty
4 THE OTHER. Tryon
SYTHE SHADOW OF THE LYNX. Holt
· T H E I R S WAS THE KINGDOM. DeiderfieM
7^THE DRIFTERS. Michener
8%ftfESSAGE FROM MALAGA. Maclnnes
·1HHE BELL JAR. Plath
I«YPASSIONS OF THE MIND. Stone
11MKJRY MY HEART AT WOUNDED KNEE. Brown. 1 S2
tYTHE GIFT HORSE. Knet
3VAKY WOMAN CAN! Reuben
4IWITHOUT MARX OR JESUS. Revel .
S V T H E FEMALE EUNUCH. Greer
6 BEYOND FREEDOM AND DIGNITY. Skinner
7 THE SENSUOUS MAN. I T
« v LIVING WELL IS THE BEST REVENGE. Tomkins 1*
RA EXPEDITIONS. Heyerdahl
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