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1 JtU r \ ^ SHOWING OFF THEIR SHELL SKILLS PAGE 1C island TAKE A TOUR ON THE TRAIL PAGE1B 3 SECTIONS M PAGES VOLUME 14 NUMBERS DECEMBER 11 19W SANIBEL AND CAPTIVA, FLORIDA X 01 A \ Bridge bond challengers may seek rehearing' By Linda WUner A lthough the Fiordi Suj reme Court approved a financing mechanism for the Cape Conl and Sumbel bridges hst week i group of Lee County residents who hive challenged thei^sue will be requesting one mort* day in colrt Piulette Burton one of the four challengers told the Island Peporter Tuewhy thit she di In t winl lo mike 1115 comments ibout the high court s decision It s a possil iht\ wt? re gomp to be asking for a rel 1 tring on tin kg \lity of the issue sj*e *i\a Sho duhned further comment tn fhe \trtiict in I sai I tin re will most hkek IK \ rehearing rcquubt filed w ithm the IR xt 30 il i> s^i St< vm Cirt 1 Horniv f ir the four drfeii hnts v us tin m I iblt for e miuntdt«tcrc nte*j it tempts to cmticl him for a lilenui t etncernink nv *c \UL tf< n rt he innj, Btirtin Ilimiuh Uui9 inlnonm lias til of Sinibei inti John Tavlor of Fort Mjir MLIMH) >n Oh defendinta duhng tht first sitej s of Ix t a "Valwi lion it the cirunt court level \Shen JuuVe lames Thompson ruled in f«vor of the ciuntj md ij pro\ c-d the fimncmg meehanisni Burton Di\is Lois ind Tijlor requested a rehearing The mp*=on rultd ag 11 n m fivor of the county -^ Once Thompson ruled on the motion for reheinnt the group represented by attorney Steven Carla took their cise to the Florida Supreme Court They challenged the county s plin to finance im provements to the Sambel facility ard the addition and improvements to the Cape Coral structure by seeking $100 millnn in bonds The attornev appeal ed on the grounds that the law on which the county mide its decision to proceed with the bond resolu tion does not give the county sole authority to pro ceed 1/*L County s bond counsel George Nickerson said the rrnnncr m which the county was proceeding would be fimrually beneficial to locil government By phcing two improvements into one bond issue tht county AI 1 find more wilhi g financiers and in turn ream n lower financing rite ^ I lie list week commission churman Bill Fus *11 said that with the Sui reme Court s ruling the county cin ptt on with its work bull ling the bridges No immediite deci 6 ion his been fortheoming as to when and how the county will proceed The next ac tion taken will be to hold \ ubhc hearings on tolls the county plans to collect for crossing the existing bridges Uj t Sassmans not 'a den of thieves' defense tells judge By Matt Perez Thomas Alexander Sasaman and his three sons were released on bail from Lee County Jail yesterdaj afternoon after a hearing that mor mng by Lee Circuit Court Judge R Wallace Pack We provided testimony informing the court that the Sissmans are not people that are terrorizing Sanibel Island is the police are saying defense at torney Jerry Berry said Sassman 48 was released after posting? cash bond and his sons Alexander 23 Victor 22 ind Henry 19 were released on cash bonds of $1000 each The f imily. including Thomas Sassman a wife Antoinette 43 were arrested Nov 19 on charges ranging from attempted burglary of an occupied dwelling to resisting arrest with uolence \n ;i Here comes Santa, on a red fire truck Santa Clius arrives on San be] at 6 p tn Satur day lie [1 be riding a shiny red fire truck rather than his sleigh and his white bcird will be flying m the wind o Soon after Santa Hmves across from the Sanibel Comnunity Association on Periwinkle Way, Sanibel Captiva Kiwania Club s tree lighting for Christmas will take place There II be candy for the kids and hot apple cider for everyone KiAimaii Dick Mcuncn said With lighting of this tree and the one on Lm dgreti Boulevard at the city s entrance and San ta s visit the ( hnslmas season officially begins on th? islands The Kiwanis Club annual Sania Claus gift deimry wil 1 be held Dee 23 so pet your wrafped gifts with recipient s name age And address marked on a brown bag to Santbel Fire Station by r > p m that night for Specnl Deli\ery D toinette Sassman was released on $ bond Nov 26 She is charged with aggravated battery anil dealing in stolen property Sanibel Police Lt UwPhinps Sgt Michael Blackmore and Officers Jamie Phillips and James Wi'son were present at the hearing The state wa* represented by assistant -state Attorney Larr> Justham Sanibel Police said no new testimony was offered for the state The defen e provided a signed affida/it and six witnesses to testify that the Sassmans are not a den of thieves Berry oaid [ have had people who are in business on the island that said they could not afford to become in volved bcciuse they were fearful of being harrassed by Sanbel Police Department Berry said Sgt BUkmore told the Island Reporter the defense did not present any evider-t.e of police har mssment at the hearing That is unfounded he **aid The Sassman men were releised on the conjition thev would have no contact with bpd except in an officnl capaeity Berry sanl Sanibel Sewer under 'overearnings' probe by PSC Charges could be lowered, payments refunded to customers By Earl Hart man anibel Sewif System s rates and charges could be lowered as a result S of a Florida Put he Service Commission cur rent investigation an! a review Feb o<" the Manner tiroup owntni utility which er»e«large portions of Sanibel It (San bel Sewer Sjsten) certainly is facing a redu"tion of rites B< b Freen an staff coordinate r with tht water and sewer department of the PbC in TalWhispee sai 1 in a recent telephone interview with the fcla>\ I Hrp< rtt TfiTe is some ch ince also that custo-ntrs of Sinibtl Sewer S\stcm cou'd geta tvfurd m jtast. pavmenti lt an o\creamings investigation is O[«ned (w nich it has been) there is a possibility of a refund Freeinin said. Kim Kreigpr irmagtr of baniln.1 Sewer S>stem s,n 1 Welnesdaj At this tirre alhe know is that the investigition is underway He believed the 1 Witj s rate of return was 10 percent which he said was the amount allowed it by the PSC Surprised with the 24 6 percent figure offered by Freeman Kreigfr disagreed with it and the 16 per cent profit margin also quotei* by the PSC coor dirator We have not seen any preliminary report Kreiger said "They have told you more than tre> have told us Inve*tigitors of the PSC have been *o the utility for tnfrineenng and financial audits Kreiger said A third audit the rate audit has jet to be done and Kreiger was also surprised the PSC staff w( uld release information on the investigation until it was competed, The difference in the figures for the PSC and Sanibel Sewer Sjstem could stem from differences in determining expenses Krciger said What could be i npital expense item to Sanibel Sewer System m glit l»e a mainten-iice expense to the I'SC Krtiy,» r offered as an example Investigation < f Sanibel Sewer Sjstem s rates athj charges by the PSC came about as a result of an audit of fimnical reports supplied by the utility Freeman said *- OT Mirch 11 similar 10 computerized Internal Revenue Serv ce auditing procedure for tax returns, all water and sewer utilities in the state are cheek ed Sanbe 1 Sewer Sjstem was one of a few utilities that did drop out in this review Freeman said It appeared then that the utility s rate of return on mvestirent was too high Maximum rate of return for Sanibel Sewer System t$ 16 percent rreeman said From their own financial statements the utility had a rate of return for 19*5 of 24 6 per cent These were conservative unaudited preliminary figures the PSC coordinator stressed They a^ based on Sanibel Sewer System s last full rate hearing be r ore the PSC which was in 1979 Rate of return figures are those for return on equitv or ownership interest They are what s left to the utility after deduction for debt Sanibel Sewer Sjstem has had two price index rate adjustments since 1979, Freeman said The utility s rate of return may prove to be higher Freemin said The figure quoted is on the lowest Eide he noted The uttluy should earn enough money to operate effic ently but thej should not "am too much is how Freeman Btatenl the philovjphy for regulating util ties earnings He satd thetnvefctigation is definitely in please see SEWER. 5A o

2 IW^fSp-* Kyj^SSPWMpMFtf 1 % i>.*\ * ' X i 5 cornmunity calendar DTHURSDAY, DEC. 11: - MISTRALS Boardsalling a top evenl, (he Mistral Nationals begins at noon, Sanibel Causeway / BRIDGE Duplicate Bridge, 1 30 p m, Sanibel Community Center MUSEUM Island Historical Museum open 10 a m to 4 p m, Dunlop Street FRIDAY, DEC. 12: MISTRALS Mistral Nationals boardsaiflng championships continue, Sanibel Causeway SANIBEL Tours olus Coast Guard cutter Sanibei 13pm, South Seas Plantation, Captlva, call for availability of passes to SSP tor today and Saturday SATURDAY, DEC. 13: v MUSEUM. Christmas Open House al Island Historical Museum, 10 am to 4 p m, Dunlop Street SANIBEL- Tours ol u S Coast Guard cutter Sanlbel9-\\ &m and1 3pm,South Seas Plantation, Capllva, passes to SSP re quired MISTRALS Mistral Nationals boardsalllng championships continue, Sanibel Causeway FILMS Saturday Film Series at' Ding ' Darl Ing National Wildlife Reluge, 11am at Visitors Center on Sanibel Capliva Road CHRISTMAS' Annual lighting ol the Christmas tree by Ssnibel Captlva Klwanls Club and Santa's arrival on Sanibel, 6pm, across from Community Center SUNDAY, DEC. 14: MISTRALS- Mistral Nationals boardsalllng championships conclude Final event scheduled for 3 p m at Sanibel Causeway RECITAL- Organ recital of Christmas music, 7pm, Sanibel Community Church MONDAY, DEC. 15: 55 ALIVE' AARP's mature drivers course 55 Alive begins, to 4 30 p m, St Isabel s Catholic Church Limited registration, call i FOCUS ON: Alan Wortzel "Pfc eal estate Is L g the drug of W\ the eighties," quotes Alan Wortzel with tongue in cheek as he ex plains the excite ment the business holds for him as a young urban profes sional Wortzel has recently been award ed the Certified Commerlcal Invest ment Member (CCIM) designation cby the Commercial Investment Council of the Realtors Na tional Marketing In sfltute, affiliated with the National Association of Roaltors Previously associated with Mer rill Lynch Realty, Wortzel has set up shop as president of Brokers'Consultants ofsanibel.inc at the Sanibel Profes sional Center on Wooster Lane, an of flee complex he developed A native New Yorker and son of a Russian Immigrant c Wortzel explains there are about 2300 CCIMs In the United States and Canada The designation mean3 that he has demonstrated profi ciency In commercial investment real estate by passing course examinations in diverse areas, In eluding real estate analysis taxation and property analysis He specializes in help ing clients analyze and meet invest ment objectives He Is also a part ner of Arn Burg hard t In LaSalle St Securities, the first full service securities brokerage firm on trie islands Working for himself allows the University of Arizona graduate In sociology to set his own schedule He tries to play tennis every afternoon and also enjoys boating but often works until 1 or 2 a m Wortzel Is married to artist Pamela Gilbert and the the island eye Lions Bill Burnhnm and Joe Searing help to unload MM year's shipment of Chrxstm.au trees for the club s annual $nte o Lions Club has 553 trees for sale Simbel Captiva Lions Club is again conducting its tat? of Christmas trees across from Bailey's Store on Tarpon Ba> Road _ The lot is open 10 um 7pm seven th>5 a week until Christmas and spokesnnn Bob Louftcrs urges people to "gpt their trees early and cut another few inches off the botton " This procedure will mike the tree absorb more father of pre school daughters Sasha and Elena Like most Island residents and professionals he Is concerned with the quality of Island life and aesthetics of real estate develop ment He Is quite proud of the quality of craftmanshlp in he Sanibel Profes sional Center, oo>nt ifig out (hat the same materials were used for the back of the building, which is hidden from public view Having loved Tuc son in the early seventies, he laments that It' Is no longer pristine Unbridled develop ers have cut it up In quarter acres and fed it to the i wolves " Home away from Sanibel Is now in Minnesota where Wortzel recently planted 3,500 trees, ^ Including Norway pine, red pine and cedar In business, he treats everybody as a serious buyer and says a good year water and keep iti> fresh throughout the holidays The dub received 553 trees and 160 wreaths from North Star Xmas Trees in Wolverine Mich They range in size from diminitive to grind and include Crazierfir,white spruce, Scotch pine, blue sjiruue white epruce, and Douglis fir One hundred per cent of the proceeds goes to chanty, in eluding the visually handicapped, diabetes vic+ims, and some local chanties D fata r Iii ipl yqjjbsslljfib numi msssk.?19s milk W?? means about 25' transactions As far as the new federal income tax laws are concerned he believes initially they wltl require reconsideration of virtually everyone s In/estment strategy The demand for TIs the season to be early The hohdijs art ujwn us once ag-iin i time of ftllowship and good cheer fnr all Ir> the spirit of the seison and to give our c tnf a little fxtra time foi hflidiy revelry the Island Reporter will tic publishing t art} during,the weeks of Christmas and New ^eir s Tho^e twnwec-ks the Rqmricr will publish on Wedncs di> Dec 24 snittl inslcui of our ibu il Thursday appeannct But tirly nublicition rm ins tirl> deadlines for our news ard advert ismg Advertising deadline* for both w eeks w ill be 5 p m J- ndav foi 1 the \\ ednesdiy pubtica tion for both display and classified advertising For your editonal copj please get yojr releises to us as soon as possible ' Public Komm letters, club IIPWH and rhmges to our' Island Life" listings should be at our office* IIJ 1pm rnihv tt ensure iheir inclusion in the mxt VrVtk s JMJKT Our offices will be closed Dec 25 and Jin I of course Well he O»tn until noon for Crfistnus hveind New \e-r s *- rve indisick to usuil imsimsshuurs on Fndiv following the hoh(hv a Have a liappj holi diy *ind our (test w i*>ht s for thi season fnmi the stiff of the MandtttpmirrJ Santa's sleigh at Bailey's on the blink Bulej s Shopping Center vu 1! be tans a Sarta Chus Dec Old Saint Nick's sleigh broke down and alt the elves are hard at tvork to get it ready for the big tnp Chnstma* FVP r The beid elf said it won't, hoviever, be readvin time to get to Bailey's He said he'ssorr> for the 1n wmvemeiice D Actors seek place to stay They're in need of some room at the inn Came Lund and Robert Toperzr are back en the island with other Pirate Playhouse Company cast members expected any minute But some need a place to stay ' We need a one bedroom ajtartment or house un til January 2," said Top«rzer yesterday But that's just temporary What Lund, Toperzer et al need after Jan Z is a three-bedroom house for the season An>one out there with an apartment and house to lcndmfso,calu720006d»! Ir c KSSH 4 _^JM 9SSBHI more sophisticated analysis of real eslate portfolios will no doubt mean more late nights for him, but he says he does not hustle for business, which mostly comes from word of mouth Specifically the revised tax code may mean some softening of the condo market, Wort zel continues In general, the outlook for real estate on Sanibel and Captlva Is strong, he advises, because of the scar city of property In this highly desirab's area He says we are 'closer to build out than most people realize ' and we still see younger families riloving here as per rranent residents rather than wait ng for retirempnt ^ <; With half of his E business on Sanibel and Captiva and the other half In * Southwest Florida 3 and the Keys, Wort zel sees no let up in c the demand for z waterfront and gull 5 front property Investors are also looking for good shopping center properties and Wortzel sees Sanibel as hav Ing strength in va cant property 'An attractive situation for investment' is hew he sees the islands, as well as a great place lo live Q 0,

3 r ISLAND-flEP0RTER<O DECEMBER U Cl 3A Christmas o game with local favor A greit tdei for i Chnslm is gift ind i wi> to iienf-fit 'nniliel P kmentir\ Sthool is thp ne\il\ arnvtd Game of SrmtV Mm i Tht- game is simihr t» Monopoly i IVt paced action jnckiii game of skill btntogj in 1 link of the dice Two to six pkycrs wheel ind deal their \\ ly "lrounti Sambel buvinp up trading or celling local business prop* r ties s ich as Huxters Market Bangkok Early shopper gets the shell Bcuhh Cook wa shell shopping the benches near the Gallery Motel list Thursdiy before ihe sun hopped over the horizon The best kind of shopping - when you find an unexpected bargain - sauntered into Cook s spree when the spot of flashlight stopped short on a spot in the the soaking «yind Hmi^c mil the SimbUlHhniMliiton (tin ThcGinif f Mr> hint uls for *K "ii 1 IH nrndiippii 1 \ Sinlfl I Itnunt irj Sth(Ml1TO thrush its fun I r u in jro jctt* tht I rti Ins \m \ i It.il tw com [utirs two nnnito-s ml i Writing t>!il «1 pru gr uti fi r tht ^ho<i Gmbuters fmelxtn ph cl in kill lerf,irt(.r in I tlit fourth -ind fifth ^r iks 1 luire still nueiietl for the first second 111(1 thml gnlos 1 mil imcstors tnd gtnu. lovers can fine TTie G mr q Stmlxt Ajunonn it WTS thit jo-tled n shell of lesser hentigt fronl i mroop of s.ind in Cook s chv, <; A treisure it %is for tht dedicated shell shopper Cook is visiting Sambel from An in^ton [lights Ohio with her husband He will remain nameless because he would not join his dedicated mate on that cool make that cold Thursday morning before dawn D /TO lotuntrer Jrtdg \all v *lr»cts Km Uqn stuteni* in w>s ofn rom, ul?r Ih oryani+tsti donated at S «nilwlfclenwn tarj School ( ) BnIi>S Santbd s Finest Mic'ntosli Bookstort nnj at Arnold s nnr th SimWI L gliuiousc To place on'ersor for further informi lion coll Judy Hall it Beulah Coofc with the prtze junoma shefmaid i» the wee hour* before davm. Florence will lose her way in street name changes By Fran Nuelie ould Florenct Martin h t a i roved of the namt. change' W Th it s the n. je tion isked of be th the late phihnth 1 "opist s hu^lnnd Gerald 1 Martin* formtrlv of banibol and her grand laughter bllcn Hams wtiolivtsonwtstgulfdme San bel in the old homestead Gray Oihles Horince Waj a i>hort street tktftitn 1 aim Pirtgc Road ind Tarpon Riv Roi I on \0 icli Sinbtl Put lie Lil nry is lorate<l is scheduled for <i name chir ge httr this month to uhrary W aj H is one of 28 Hand streets s!it<? 1 for change for tht 911 emtrgency telephone system which uill nsult in sign chingis at 176 mten>ections ind 522?w nddresses Nont maj l«as contro\er e ial though as Florence Way heetusc it is named for one of two people who tiequeathed tht property ^ptcifically for the library and al^o threw in the land for Samliel s fire department a3 well Horcnc ind Gtrald M^'tin mo\ed to Fort Myers in 1975 because uf her *orsenmg health according lo Harm Before her death in 1978 she and her bu^band gi\e the property 'or the express purpose of having the library Martin confirmed Ihder the original plat it was called Library Way but was changed to Florence Way (by which it is now known) said Martin reached at his home in Bismarck Ark Both Fmmy Lou Lewis one tme neighbor of the Martins and Betty Sears a long time resident of hanibei want Florence Martin remembered ^ because of her philanthropy and to preserve the historical character of Sanibe!" as Sears put it They want it her way that would be Florence Way, with tfie library identification under il Just as it is now D «NATURAL RAW SILK AT AFFORDABLE PRICES 6 intercnangsablb Coordinating Pieces To Build Your Wardrobe ALSO CALL FOR INFORMATION ON COLOR CONSULTATIONS lorene's Palm Pidge Place 2330 Palm Ridge Rd Our "Can Cager* Is Empty Again We Heed Your Aluminum!! 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5 (I the i.4!- State to tax food, prescription drugs, July 1, fxlhc sunsetting of the sales tax exemptions on. -' I July 1,1987 unless both houses of tk-"icgisla- JL ture "repeal the repeal", and a state budget. process p which is "incrementally^uased rather than priority-based" are two concerns of Sate State Senar Senator- 5 elect Fred Dudley, which ho hopes to address in the coming year, he said. ~ ' [ : -'.. " ^ In order to "repeal the repeal of these exemptions" both houses in the 1987 legislature w<*yld Sen. Dudley explained his concerns to members of^; have to reinstate or change the lavttf* he said. ; the Committee of the Islands arid the public at %; Dudley added, "It may be the only issue we t Sanibel Community Association on Periwinkle Way Sunday night.- ~ ^., -.":" _ -r'- V:.The state senator said that a state budget process, incrementally based has seen a growth from 1965 to 1985 ofsl.2 billion dollars to $16.5 billion dollars : while the population has only a little more than doubled : -- ' ' ; ; : ';..; A state incremental annual budget has increases ", ~in every item whether needed or not, whereas one N : that is priority-based would put those items first that are both adequate and adequately funded, he. said,.-" '_ S'~ ' '. ' ' ' - '. ' -'' : : ' Z "', In regard to the present budget, Dudley mention:. ed the new federal tax laws which would add "a windfall of $170 fnillion to the state for the next fc several years"; "But (with.the budget as it is) nnd a ^surplus of $105 million (that still) won't take you : far, he said...,, ': V... :'.' : -. He advocated some changes in the corporate in- ' ebme law and hoped that the senate would be work- -»ng on "piggy-backing onto the new federal income? taxtaws.". ' - t ''' ' '. -/ Dudley's second concern, I the sunset of sales tax exemptions to take effect on July 1,1987" means JSCCF elects three: _ new board members ^Emily "Twink" Underhill and H. Stanley Johnson - were elected to second two-year terms oh the board V of directors of Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation at their annual meeting at the foundation' ). headquarters on San-Cap Road last Friday. '-. Gordon Kiddoo has been elected to serve a fourr.year term on the 15-member board. He fdls the ; vacancy left by retiring Charlotte Carrington. "''. Nancy Johnson, volunteer manager of the gift shop for nine years/who is "also retiring, was presented a gift by Carrington on behalf of the '-\< j Tramp tanker honeymoon : -j could take bride...< _, ; GH to native Thailand;. I.,,. :"?-. By MattPerez ; '"," y-- {. [ '}...-/ -.- fin he honeymoon will be aboard a "tramo a --\. L-. :] I tanker" for the merchant marine and ms new, ] Xi : -» wife.; It could take them anywhere. "I'd like I -cssi : y ; Jo see it go to Bangkok," groom Norman Johnson! ^ 2 B B 3 * 'said.-"'"""-" -'."::. -.: :'' " " y :' - ' '" - LMJ' ' ' ^n{^ n' s w^e Kwahchai Sphabphant probably ; would like to see the merchant marine vessel, SIS OMt Charger, sail to her home in the Orient also; : Norman and Kwan were married last Thursday, -Dec. 4in the groom's parents' garden in Periwinkle =.:. Park.V "We've been on the island for 22 years, and ' '..'.-. this is the first wedding ever in the park," the - t :\ groom's parents Audrey and Gene Ritchie said. \. t : *;^Vr-"i.r - A gathering of family friends converged in the, '",, V " - garden of hibiscus and poinsettia to watch the cou- /' _.':" :}.' '-'.'- pie exchange wedding rings which they made for '«' ; - f each other.. :.'~ : _.=. '(' ". "- His ring is a gold band nvide from a wax model.._' r r'l< J '= that she carved to form traditional decorative Thai J '! engravings. Her ring is made of goid wire twisted ; :, I to the shape of a turk's knot: a decorative knot '^:;-"J. ;. ' : ; used aboard sailing vessels. -: ; " r ; - ^.. He is 44 years old; she 38. They met each other Jj ; : in Maryland. He was studying advanced digital " L!, ^ ;.;-.: radar techniques at the Maritime Institute of,. j ',..' ' Technology.- She was working on her master's ; r V /. 1 '-- -. degree at the Maryland Institute College of Art in. '.-."d'-'i Baltimore.,.* : '.,. "? : i '!.' ;.. :: His inner radar said she wa3 the one. His parents * it/ : said, "Finally," of their Jong-time bachelor son: ' ; ' - \ Cd Her mother and father, Sawangsri and Neoy, could \ '.! " ],". not make the wedding. Reyong, Thailand, is a world v V away from Periwinkle Park.,-. ; Remember: The honeymoon could lake them. ',.. anywhere. Even to Reyong. : > r : ~ ' ";: Her parents will be~proud. The bride made an ". r '; :".. authentic Thai wedding gown of silk and gold., "'.": t<->. ' thread, Kwan is an accomplished artist who had ; I "- -'studied at the Fine Arts University of Bang, u I.Thailand. Her new husband attests she also is an.i, ] accomplished cook, Thai ruisine for herself and K)!.. ; friends, the standard gourmet fare for everyone -, "i-v^" else, the groom said. ' ~ M*J. :."'. Her flair for food will ix an asset fur the new X! family's business.; Norman is building 63-foot ship f that sales taxes would thereafter be collected on all food/prescription dnigs, professional and other services, with the exception of religious sales, and would mean a 16 percent overnight increase, in revenue, or$3 billion dollars, r together on this year.,,. '"_ :_ ^ Dudley said he does not believe in "sunsetting". "That law was supposed to clear the deadwood out of the bureauccracy but, frankly, it hasn't worked," he said. "We just enact more.iegislation."_ The state senator believes, he said, that each exemption should be debated publicly and singly instead. And, as a lawyer, he is opposed to sales tax! on f«rsonal services. ; - '. \, - On environmental issues, storm water run-off problems seem to be the greatest concern in the com ing year in the legislature, Dudley said, and he hoped "we'll look at this during the year." ~~ On purely local issues, he cautioned a "bird's eye view rather than a bug's eye view of your communi t y. "." -",,.,.; ':." - :: >. '- ^During a question and answer period, Dudley said he believed strongly in the Save Our Homes Campaign, 1 had helped start it, and strongly endorses changes in the present property tax assessment system. (The campaign would freeze assessment on the hou&i of a homeowner until sold.) On passage of the "bottle bill", Dudley said he Belton Johnson» dies at 90. ^^ Belton Johnson a long time resident of Captiva "and one of the island's grand old men,-died Tuesday, Dec 9, at"the age of 90, at the home of his J granddaughter In Punta Gorda.-^ "E" 1 ^ FuneraTarrangemcnta will be announced later by the Paul Schclm Funeral Home in Port * darlotte.n ~, The. navlyu'cds enjoy a. toast following the teedding! "rows. Kwan, an accomplished artist, tewed her mvn; uvdding dress in traditional Thai form. :- -: j pt a marina in hometown Charleston, S.C. The : Bnndersnatch will be used as a charter vessel when " he finishes his tour as a radio/electronics officer aboard the SIS HMO Charger;. :.,- "It's the first time I've built a boat," he said. "\ was trying to think of something Ui do with my ';;.. life," Johnson said. "I hit upon building my, : vessel." That vessel is also their home. ',-' 1.r She will design the interior and Fer\ - e the meals.. He will guide the ship. -' -; [ - : -- Fate will guide the. ship carrying the newlyweds : off on their honeymoon. '-.. y..!',je~ ~ Rememl)er, it could take them anywhere.'''' > lv; Here's to being Bangkok-bound.D ~ "\ thought Uie greater problem was the Kllor caused. not by lmttles but by fa3t food containers, plastic, waxed paper cups, etc.'"! think what we need to do is reduce the $500 unenforceable fine to $50 and en- :- force it," he said.! ; -.,..., - ; Dudley did not know whether there would ever be a state income tax but favored a referendum on a matter he felt was ''many years off", anyway... ' ' On the property transfer tax of two percent on all transactions, Dudley said he was "fairly sure it had not come to the floor"* He would support such a tax if a referendum were undertaken, he said, Dudley promised Sanibel resident Urban Palmer *.-' some liason with Washington on the matter of - already approved "scheduled bridge openings" - which the U.S, Const Guardhas so far failed tojtut into practice. He said that historically auto truffle has had to yield to boat traffic because Florida.. "was once two-think covered in water.". On a recycling program on metal cahs, he said." "\< that it "may be that it is a joke and doe3 not ' work." " vi,,.-" ; ' The following new directors were elected: for a v two-year term, Marianne Bechold, Marjorie - - Davison, J. l^ce Gibson, Daphne Miller and Richard t \*oh\; for a one-year term, Dr. Donald letter (tofill* out the vint'xpircd term of Mike Miracle) and Robert Maurer (to fill out the term of Dr. Arthur Williams),,- ' In addition, Dr, Robefe Coyne and Thomas Sharp - were elected to a awond two-year term. = > 1 Outgoing directors are Bill Angst, Milena Eskew, ^.Marilyn Lorenson and Virginia McKee. - ' ': ""' i Gilbert Bursley presided.d =' - -, \ j J' SEWER."-'.-... :,;;.-. '..,.;'. i f r o m 1 A ^, ". '"..-;, ' y '. «-.. ' /. ".-=; - complete," but from findings in the preliminary PSC Btaff reportr Sanibel Sewer System has done. '-_'" "nothing out of line." However, invesugation is re- : / quired when earnings are too high, he»aid. ^ Freeman said one thing might forestall any possi--:' ;, ble rate'reduction. That a if the PSC doesn't wish " to reduce rates because doing so might prompt the - :." utility to seek a new rate increase to continue to - = -! provide efficient service. -., The "overearning's investigauon*'began Sept 2 ~~~ ~ - when PSC staff determined they would proceed. '/' Sanibel Sewer Systeni applied earlier for a 35-cent a month rate increase. It would have been allowed almost automatically based on cost of living indexes, but they withdrew the request after the PSC -., investigation started. ^ - *-.,, Freeman said it was indefinite what action will be taken by the PSC. Sanibel Sewer System "may / need to improve service" as a result of the in-., vcstigation, he said, but he had no way of knowing'^,ij\ what the PSC would order,. r i>,"we're basically still in the igvestigationiuode,". ; he said. The investigation is typical of that required -, by the PSC, and the PSC would thoroughly review it as it does all cases before it, he said/ -;. i Sanibel Sewer System could take exception to the PSC staff report or the commission's recommenda- ";, tion could differ from that of the staff, he said. "" " 'j-j PSC staff recommendationa are due Feb. 5,1987. ' ' The City of Saribel has an agreement with ". Sanibel Sewer System to enter discussions in less than a year on the city's either franchising the utility or purchasing il In return for this agreement, ^ the city agreed to the extension of the sewer.. -. system up West Gulf Drive, but service is now limited to Mariner Group's Hurricane House ir -: \ development. ' >\ «v Possibility of other developments and residences'',,,;. from Tarpon Bay Road north tapping into'the ^ -^ system are being discussed by City Manager Gary., Price and Ray Pavclka, Mariner's vice-president for development.. " - ; J...-- ':-. : : "The capacity oi the (sewer treatment) plant to -. serve additional customers is something we would ^ : review," the PSC's Freeman said... ' " " This is also a concern of the city's, and Price is~,. atttmpting to address the problem with Marine^of '-. how many dwelling units can be adequately serviced by present sewer facilities along the new route.d - CAREGIVERS'PROGRAM: Island residents wh,o have the responsibility of long-term care for an. ill or disabled family member are reminded of a free, week-long Caregivers' Education and Support ' Program which will be offered Monday through Fri-. day, December 15-19, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily,; at Lee Memorial Hospital, Fort Myers.,. -?. For information or reservations, call If ' transportation of^uhstitute care is needed to make attendance possible, call FISH (Friends In Service. Here)at47?rO4O4.D.;.., -,,o,. \ SCA NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE: SCA will * r host a New Year's Eve dance with live mu3ic,^. starting at 8 p.m., Dec 31,'at the SCA buflding for members and guests. Snacks and set-ups will be -. provided. Tickets are S7.50 per person and are available at the SCA office from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., ; or from Bucky and Muff Prosser Reservations close December 22.D' = _; i- -'-'

6 i Doctor's office not allowed in Shell Harbor home By Mary Coleman ambtl Planning Commission responded Tuesday to a number of citizens requests S for consideration A Boston phjsicnn with a secon 11 ome in Shell Harbor Sanibel was denied the opportunity to con duct his practice as a home occupation City plann tot director Bruce Rogers said he understood that Paul A Veragha M D wanted to legally establish a medical presence in the State of Florida but the issue of parking irose The city code requires th it doctors offices have a minimum of fhe parking spaces The commission reached a 43 decision thit a medical occupation is not allowed in a single farm ly residence r Action was also unfavorable to i request by owners of a Castaways Lane home for reclissifica turn of ecological zone Mirjann Skehan represented owners James and Elizabeth Bullard in their attemp* ^ egajiy V>uild a summing pool Thi current ecozone of tnetr property forbids that type of coverage Skehan argued that since the map was drawn in 1976 ground elevation on their property has been increased by thsjblacement of fi'l But the commission voted 6-1 to let the ecological classification stand ^ a Two commercial establishments both on I enwinkle \\ ay received fa\ orable action bj the commiss on ^ Island Equij ment Rental was granted a condi tional ust permit for outdoor «toragl pending i- adoption of an amendment to the Lanl Development Code Thecodeptrmitsdisii y/t,toraf,e for business such as 1 uil ling mitenals stores y. "xxi products hirduare repiir shops anlliwnand garden supply It was the opinion of the jlinn ng department tl it the equipment rtntal business is related ir character to the business sp^cificillj mentioned in New rector of St. Michael's to be instituted Sunday The Rev William Dodo* wil be instituted is le th rd tutor of St Miclnel An i All Angels Lpiscooal Church Sambel it 4 p m bunli> Dec The Dean of the Fort Mvers Dtanery < T the Fpiscopal Diocese of Southwest Florida the \erj Rev Bruce R>in will act in tht stmdof the Birfioi of the Diocese thert Rev Piul Ifaynes Fr Rj-in will preach the service of the Celebration of a new ministry The Vestry of the Pansh - senior warden Robert Houser junior warden William Angst and Judy \\ orkman Peirl \S est Jane Murphy James Bn«coe John Kmpp Mary Ca'ler ard Ralph Her zog will make presentations of a Bible witer stoic a book of primers olive oil kevs and bread and wine as symbols of the Office of rector the pertinent part of the code The staff report said that the failure to mention equ [ ment rental -*as i robably an o\crs glu inasmuch as then, was no intent on the pirt of the staff to cxclu le this u*e from the permitted uses list The commission \oted to consi W an amen Iment to the LDC adding tool add equ [ ment rental as a permitted use for outside storage \\ mdsurfing of Sanibel v, as granted a permit to build an awning on the front of the lusiness even though it is a nor-conforming structure with respect to minimum setba"ks from the street Pul he relations «j>okf>sman f r the rompanv Ben McGuire sai I the I uil ling his recently been painted and re rjofed ind the intent of the awning is to furthc uii^nde tsau»tannce Commissioner I tnny Kogers moved to grant the permit on the a on htion tha additional landscaping ^ei,ctation be planted on tht ftrccl McCuirc said the misiness v, i uld bt hi[ i > lo c mj Iy an 1 the iction passed unanimously ^imutl I nnimarjann h Patterson were granted a variance to n nstnict a wa tewater di^rosa 1 SNhtem t n their propirt\ in Del Stga sub- QI\IS on Although the septic tank wil 1 be lesstf ar the required 75 fet t from an op«.n body of water the site rihn for proposed dnelo[ m^nt calls for a 500 sq ft mounded drainfield But Jackie and Walter Fraser were denied per mission to build en a small lot the) own in Sanibel Center subdivision The conrmission held that the area is already overdeveloped in density Commissioner Rogers suggested the h rasers donite the property to the Sambel-Captiva Conservation Foun dauon and take a tax unt^-off D INTERNAL MEDICINE DOCTOR'S OFFICE Kai-fu Chow, M.D. Lisa D. Chow, M.D. KINGSTON SQUARE CENTER 1B681 MCGREGOR BLVD S W SUITES 2E & 2F For Information or Appointment CALL 24 HOURS 4 6 6"5 3 0 Q NOW' 5-00 fh* Dtufhtr Pefin DEEP SEA FISHING, $5.00 O FF Ail day aboard the "ISLAND LADY" $2 00 OFF Half day aboard the "BULWARK III" GULF STAR MARINA Fort flyers Beach O X ' D 3 Bcdroon IVi Bath Areas Living 1748 sq ft Screened po-rh 240 Bedroom balci ny 160 Derk 91 Front Porch 45 Storage room 660 The U&eppa is truly OldFlonda architecture at lu best It includes two completely sep&rate heat pump syutems one for the master bedroom overall Imwr area DIUS another for the two bedroom wine Sambd Homes has constructed ove" 350 homes on Sambet-Captiva Our own design staff h u developed numerous stock ptuu from which you can choose or tre ma custom design a pbm of jour drams For additions! mfbtmition pleas* call or Inquire at our furnished model located just inside the Dunes main entrance o

7 /r* J Luz Helena goes home two months after shark attack Shriners will pick up girl's $200,000 hospital bill By Matt Perez even year old Luz Helena Florez who was bit ten on the leg by i *"hark off Sambd s gulf s coast Oct 4 has been released from Shnncrs Hospital in Tampa after two months of trt.atment She may have to weir a leg brace for the rest of 1 er life Chief of Staff Dr John Ogden said Luz Helena will return to Shnners Tampa I a-pd tenter for crippled children just iftpr New ^ ear s Diy 'or physical therapj and an evilint on ( f her 1 oiling end Ogden He id led th-it continuing "lychologicil therap> will help the thil 1 rawer ful j iron the traumatit aicdtnt SI i will luid rhilj therm) u the wru r^, f,t iitritet Ogden ^nd a Imng Her spirit" ire (-rul Luz Helcni has repi rte fly undergont 13 IJHTI li JUS including an addition il nerve graft JH r* tii n on Nov 18 <o a teim of doctors could a cw mingled nene skin ind muscle tissue togettur George Tenney, Urban Palmer, receive COTI concerned citizen awards Concerned Citizen s Awards have lx?«.n presented for the first time by the Committt*1 of the IslanJs (COTI) to lory time Sambel residents George Tenney and Urban Palmer Chairman Gil fiursley" upon presertmg the awards at COTI «meeting Sunday it Samlwl Com mutiity Association Periwinkle Way said one or more or none of Concerned Cituen s Awards will be given in any future year Of the first recipient Bursley said Gtorge Ten ney is a charter member of the planning commis sion past chairman of Sanu>l Captwi Con^trvition Foundation past chairman of Lee County Librsrvj C instrumental in the establishment of the isanibtl Also her femur was broken m such a way that special care was needed to repair the crushed thigh Iwnp Ogden an orthopedic specialist said the damage caused b> the six to eight foot shark resembles damage caused when children are mangled by riding lawnmowcr blades Shnners Hospital cur rtntly is focusing a «tudy on nding la#nmower ac aden U because it is an escalating problen More surgery will be needed to ensure htr frac turn! femjr grows straight as bone tissue repairs itself he said She left the hospital in a reclining wheelchair which vail allow her to maintain a prone position while resting Yeizell said The prone position is tssential for proper regrow ih of the bone and pnirnry leg nerves and artcnes If Helena responds to therapy well during her ^ next wit she will probably be walking on crutches in about three week* said Ogden Doctors expect to know how we'l her leg will function in about a >eir after the kiatic nerve ra3 healed Heieni s mother «aid I am very happy «he is go nig homi ard all of our family w ill be together igain Thanks to Dr Ogden ind the other docti rs in I nurses sht is dung very well Helena said she s anxious to get home and pla> with her d g Fluf i\ Doctors at the non profit hospital estimate treat ncnt would tost ner pmnts Ruth Fiorez and her ew huiband Divid Ubiles more than $ ic ording to a hospital press rele-ue But the hospital art his bren donated bv Shnner" D Library active in the,\estry and choir of fat Micihci and All Angela Episcopal Church involved n the ^rpetuation of the Pirate Playhouse and for LOT! chairman of the election commute? who WHS responsible for having such we'l qualified can lidates run Ot the "croud lorcerned citizen Burslev said Urhar Palmer hua run our candidates nights ind did *o well managing 20 candidates or a hot night two j ears ago he never let any glass get half empty and inaddition arranged for everything was foun ler and prpsident of the Committee of Neighborhood Associations (COVA) has been helpful in getting lower cost insurance for COTI director! end especially has attended city coum.il meetings in COTI s behalf faithfully for the last 10 jears and reported back on all that was discussed d ISLAND REPORTER Q DECEMBER 11; 1068 D 7A CEPD narrows economic consultants down to three By Matt Perez Acting officers of the Captiva Erosion Prevention Board Tuesday night assumed their official roles ami set tre stage for direc ting the formation of a comprehensive beach and shore preservation program The new officers are Paul Garve> chairman Hans Wilson vice-chairman Orville Schaeffer secretary Sheila Hoen treasurer Wendy VcMullen is the administrator The new board decided to select an economic con sultam to help it assess ways of funding the com prehensive beach ard shore preservation program The board whittled the list of consultants to three Regional Research Associates Plantec Corporation ind Gov erniient Finance A «>omtes (in order o f tward preference) Another meeting on Dec 12 should provide Captivans with the final dec sion on who tne pconomc consultant AI! 1 be Garvey «aid Twenty eight erg'neenng firrrs which have been contacted bj the CEPD were reviewed and the board resolved to start early next >ear toward lending which engineering firm to =e [ ect The ten tative selection of engineer^ who will moiitor Captivi sferosionplagued beaches also wus whittled to a three George F Young Coastal Technology and i\eith & bennars The co«t of the beach monitoring project «ubm Ued *>y these firms is around the S^O 000 mark The CEPD set Jan 7 for a special meeting to decide OP a shortened list of engineer* for review On Jan 10 the board will interview and rank engineering firms that suit the needs of the resold Uon to forn a comprehensive beach and shore preservation program The engineering firm that the board decides to retain wili uraw a preliminary draft of the com prehensive beach and shore preservation program or accept a program for review The deadline for the preliminary draft is March The ecoiomic consultant will work Li conjunction with the selected engineer in this formation of a comprehen.* ve beach and shore preservation program according to CEPD reports Also an economic benefit analysis is due Apnt The next regular meeting of the CEPD will be Jan 13 d VI G MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY. 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8 8A O DECEMBER Q ISLAND REPORTER Deadly duo spend their vacation on the pepper trail By Matt Perez ind Darleiie Fiske ieric tmt visiting Sanibc) woul I i <. unfufilllirjj if ill the> cli-i. wis laj iraund the twich ind po Minpping y prefer something i little more nistil f< r in stince say killing exotic plints The friskts came to Siniljel 1 ist week fora little frolicking among the ptpjier trees thit is Brazilm pepper If they did their job c< rrectly those pepper trees it J N Dmg Darling Wit line Refuse vw n t bo there next vtir We wanted to do something when we c ime down bee mse neither of us is the kind to «j end ill our time on the beich Ken Fiske sit \ We united a purpose so we \o'unteereil i jeir ago to work outride (it the refuge) Tht> d ntvtr had an>todj \olunteer to do themtcii work before Dirlene Fiske said Before you won kr why touribts ire out killing Braziliin Pepper trtts (.onsiritr tint tht Flakes own ard operate i consen ition consulting firm in Woodstock Hi Conservation Services centtrs Us efforts on writing environmental impact sta'cments mtunl rlboune assessments an 1 presentations Ken is the retired executive director of the McHenry III County Conservation District ind Darlene is the founding director of at leist six McHenry County conservation ind civic assox.n tions including the North Central Audubon Council In a neochsstc understatement of Sanibcl s woody weed Ken Fiske satd The biggest phnt j>e«t (it the refuge) is Brazilian pepper But forget the talk the Fiskos loaned their time and expertise to help the staff it Ding Dirling i^nuff out the invasive red homed tree Thi= is the km 1 of sniff tht r ormillj stiff woul 1 \K doing Mr ri*=ke sa d rlut thej onlj hive so muih stiff -> v The (wpper killing rfuple worked mostly irnun I the visitor? center s\ raj ing pepper trees with Girlon 4 Mr Fiske said the stiff at tl e refuge 3 >ent in hour showing thtm how to mix tht icmica! to its proper proportion w ith diesel oil for use in a Inckpaik Ejirijer Then the I i^kca set out for the brush Dunne thrte dijs list week thev had already iprave<i more than 35 gallons of the dea lly mixture on pep (>er pests around the victor center \tivbeitssh\ehbor Mrs hiskesaid nut somibody is gong to h we to do it There arc vcrj few people who wmih wint to go on vicati m i ut on i backpack md snrav a chemical Rut we get to feel like insiders for a little henaadlhruitr FifKe uork thnroun hmrsnt thrj \ Dinq Dirhnq l\ tmltfr Rtfuge \ Ai nttmrij w no 9 to5j> while she said Liite at Ding Darling we get to meet the staff ind we ^it 11 kne w thtm i iittk bit Mrs Fiske «^id the sti f f at V ng!>irbng ^, checked them out thoroughlj Istfr re kiting them romp the refuse armed v,ith tli kilter hori icide Rrfuge wcrkersflecided tl ei *ere nullified Qualified idiots she jokingly said Wfon»re setting out agiin On a rrore philosophical side Mr Fiske said sometimes it is hard to retire complete!) from whit one has spent a I fetime d ing Everybody has an ego he said and ad ted that it is good to know \c cm «till do the field work as well as when he worked with \P1KO! Chemical Cfmpanj His wife agreed the vol mteer work was a won derful wav to see pirts of the refiige m< < U unst* nevi r see *>he slid a little sh»* ling in on the si ie her husband sai I LI X HAPPY HOLIDAYS MEAN EARLY DEADLINES! To bring you the best of the islands this holiday season the Island Reporter will publish one day earlier during the weeks ol Christmas and New Year s Wednesday Dec 24 and 31 Irstead of our normal Thursday publication Early publication means edrly deadlines for our advertisers For the issues of Dec 24 and 31 deadlines will bo D'SPLAY ADVERTISING 5PM FRIDAY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 5PM FRIDAY Our normal advertising deadlines will resume for Ihx issue of Jan 8 For Inlor mation on your advertising needs call for display advertising or for classifieds And our wishes (or a happy holiday season from the staff of the Island Reporter The Trident Galleria wishes you a Merry Christmas and Cordially Invites You to Our Christmas Open House <uurday December P M Of Special Interest We are fea'unng, our new shipment of Nautical Antiques in The Village 2340 Periwinkle Way, Suite B, Sambel ^ i nu GIFT THAT COMES IN "EXACTLY THE RIGHT COLORS This Chrljtmaj give an Image consu talion to you e (or someone you love In our Imago classes we w I show you which colors enhance your nalu al coloring and which clothing itylesais belt lor you fou II be amazed at how a Color Me Beautiful or Color for Men comulta lion will make you look and leel your personal and pro femlonal best for more Information call the visual image "Color Me Beautiful Cynthia Howard IMAGE CONSULTANT COLOR ANALYSIS C0SVL7IC1 11 IKfHOUSf erofhssiovaliiuge COBrOR Ifi FT/IJf FTTF <««S Oonjire Orrta 1» '"'I %" f'*' (813) TAHITIANGAKDFJISHOPribG CENTER SAMBEL NOW OPEN FOR DINNER TUESDAY - SUNDAY 4 P M - 9 P M STEAKS SEAFOOD CHICKEN CHOPS & LIGHT FARE (Salads, Sandwiches, etc), BREAKFAST 7AM-1PM I Maivl *q icei* 1 Oiange Ju ce an JI I Hume maie lam* Etcry Day I LUNCH AM -4PM D (Term M nr md Ie 5oup* Da ly Dclgh f ISandukh < D S l DINNER 4PM -9PM TUESDAY - All Homemade Entree* HOMEMADE PfSSCRTS SUNDAY

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