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

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Hit drun ltfc milestone in Hit M 2*5 mi! lion drl\e wis disclosed last Saturdiv tvLiiin^ during i b i n q m t n the Sonesti S->nibtl Hotel utcndelb\ ISO stiuTklTsuppo lerstiflru. nui stnm 11 iHste i d s tncour^ing report cliiii-wtd i Uitk tif various activities on bih ill of iht inn i urn fund m^inri L,O \\ fc iturmg i sctuti • \i U t o S n b e l i m i r i p U \ i l j \ the ruirovniri ttlLM^lon ictor Kivnioi d Bun '.ho jiorii u s

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• please sec pago 2A JANUARY 18,1991 VOLUME 19 , NUMBERS a SECTIONS, 48 PAGES

SANIBEL AND CAP1IVA, FLORIDA

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

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•\th ^ I ricL md vlir K le attended he irinfis in TiUih i s s c - getting (In U lpi ^ )ii t i n t t h t s t i l e did IH t ui C pin i s t Hfjineu or the cits i t r-imilt mt is unb ion 3 n ibtl Inrtt i iltiinstn i e I d> Loisi i! t-njinttr C ; I'-I I n n t s in fiiKi out wli it h ij , ti < d nlike L ipti a s t ngm ei loni C imj h 11 u HI n uet-Captiva Road and 635VBanibel-Captiva (homes) that arc one storm away Road have been particularly hard hit by advancing Gulf waters despite from catasO-ophe." sold Gil Bursheavy sandbagging measures with preparations underway for seawall ley, of Gulf I^ncs. blaming huge emplacement lapping Gu\f waters have eaten away tht! shore and •sand loses ovefthe past two years advanced to within about 20feetofthc home at 6111 Sanfbd-CapHva on a jetty .al-.Blind Pass conRoadi one of the largest private fumes on Sani&eL __ -structcd by the Captiva Krosion Prevention District.-. "My house is 25 io 27 feet from the front door patio to.breaking waves when Ihe tide comes up. 1 By Carcn Herman olers p rtlrlpitcd in the second lost 28 feet tn the last two years ^laff Hn'cr diction council nrctings were after that damn groin was exIsl ind \o t r s ui'l be asked to suspended (Surin^ the timt betended up on Captiva." com- = th ingc ihi i t t s s t h i r t t r jnd tn-cn the elections btciusc one plained KcUrf Funslon. t l t t t round! candid Uts bv l st-;it remained open until run-off Like all of" the- residents at •-, stmpU plunllU l i s t e d oi n\\ ri suits were dLtermincd ind a Tuesday's hearing. FunMon's i tH olt roup of fslindcrs ipproTched front yard was about 125 feei Kobf n 1 rill utv ittom \ tin s n t e s A t l o n k r isking to Irani tlic gulf when he-built his ijrongl t four possible elitlion \ nr] (lie first November contest home In the 1970s. Normal h i u t s htlort S i n t b t t s L tv cioslon was always follovred by re-. i (s C sitii Tiifbd p ii[ l«-ii bN > wire forcid lo the poils .years of more sand, dependl.'ig on c onfiiNfnn TIKI alki, ilions ( n u t in one month -nd due to ; stomis and the natural tidal pro- 1 k \ 1 f1 I i i t d i b t r i h u (i(\ (I tl t number o1* t al tt' qmstluns (ess, hcNiid. ! i ' i'> !i 1 nut (i ujKrK lullovud I ist \t tr isl uidcrs found thontOut CapUva's firoin h a s s t h t s it the polls live tines In < i d r s (ut'LH-d b \ v o ' i r s rluingctLlhe natural flow of sntui, i n months* tiunni* 1'19O r _ illustrated best by statlsllra th;it m d i s were firs I il Of tiS Tour s ^ r n r l o s Pritt show sand loss in cubic-yards up d in \ u w m b t r s ( t n * il pi stntcJ thrt*. «» ild "st II re500 percent from JaTmary of 'i * u-lng hiSIots Ui bi quire mijonlv \olts md I iveri1989s to June of I990.-Froin Janu 1 In li i id imi forlln^ i l tbH i n i of t i n i n n ip uary 1982 to J a n u a r y ' i989, ff k t t i o n onl thret I h r u i off is consult re i.'lhc •13.168 cubic yards of sand were ifui fiecirlv N n u n l u r i n\ slpuld csl ibllsli a beptemlost compared to 2-H.G3fJcubKP r |inifiir\ I rllt s\id yards in the year and a half since h i f (f ill is! ind tb • please see page TA • please see page 3A

Election law changes weighed

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

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

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

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•frompage 11A ihe Blind Pass area, although on a narrow .srale. Price added. " '- ' £ "Historically the DNR doesn't decide anything. It's a battle of experts...we can either lick our wounds and tell our people we can I do anything about it. or litigate." warned Prftt. "! urge council to authorize us to start deldrift ready." he added.

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

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eight and ten candidates. Even if 100 percent of Island voters turn, (nil, each candidate could receive only 10 to 20 percent of ihe vote", he noted. 'You could have a very dclermlned group foe;is on a single candidate. 1 and get osomeopc elected that might jnight'tMt ^ct el'.'cit-d nonualijv agreed Councilman Wally Kaln.

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

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

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

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choose; I hope you opt for beaches," Pilkey dcclaicd. Professor Pilkey also suggested that'lf the Sanibel and Captiva consultants cannot agree on the causes'for-Ssnibel's heightened erosion, some independent, out-of-state consultants should be hired to determine hew much erosion Is due to the jetty. ; -* ;> Dr. Pilkey. author of "Our Beaches Are Moving." illustrated his lecture with dramatic slide photographs of erosion problcrns_.Hi Florida. South Carolina. Georgia. North Caroiina, tho Marshslf Islands fn the Pacific, the Netherlands New Jersey. State of Washington, and Puerto Rico, '}

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

sis-; Brief history of Iraq and Kuwait

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

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

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

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

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PRESTICIOUS (iULF COMMUNITY Community of Million Dollar Homes!!! Gulf Beach 4 Amenities!! Security GaiPS: Gr.c House! 1: doesn't gel much bctier than this on S-nibel! Priced at S355(K) Call Now!!: Pkasc ask for HAP CONNELLY n 472-5187 or 472-0005 eves. . . ••

. OVERSIZED LOT \W.in short walking disancc lo dcrtcj BEACH ACCESS. This oversized }ol in a very well establishui neit;ribarrio(xi is litated just off of West Gulf Drive" Privet! Bl'Snu^!*} Call NOW!!! Ask for HAP CONN1-IIY at 472-5187 or 472-ffiWS cvts. - .,

Tnis ovcrsi/cd homesile is tltc perfect spot for yuu lo butl.1 your new home. Your home will have 3 view of the lake ir;; your backyard and one of Sanibel's fines! beaches is jus! 3 short walk away. S115,(X*. Call 1,-iay! DEBBIE UARNES al J72-S1S7 or472-1362 eves. _ . '•'

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

.SANIBEL-.CAPTIVA TIRED OF THE RAT RACE? Do we have the placeYor you. Enjoy living on Sanicvl at an affordable pricepDid we mention walerfronl? OOPS! this location has' that too - direct access canal to Pine Island Sound. All for $210,000. Seller will take back purchase money mortgage. Huny! Call MAGGIE (472-863iiOr SUE (472-9329)al 472-3456. . . " O ' . EVERYDAY IS A VACATION! Enjoy your leisure tiine in Ihis umiland telreat.'Situjled »• Clam Bayou with views of lhe:Wild!iic and Gulf you wu, lose every minute here. Sphsh in the p'.vil or iclas by the fireplace. DIAL 472-3456 and a>k for MARY ANNE CIKA ?op Sanibet Coptiva Art League] at Barrier IsLite drawing, live land Center for the " models, Robert York Arts. Dunlop Road. $8 instructor, 7:30-9 p.m.. (runs until end of - Founders Gaiiery BarFebruary) rier Island Center tor Evenings wilh Shakethe Arts, Dunlop speare, part one ot Rood, $9,3950901 'Romeo and Juliet." with Professor Robert Millet, 7:30-9 p.m.. Phillips Gallery at BarSelf help program for rier Island Center for dealing with emo-. the Arts, Dunlop lions. Twelve Steps Roaa $5,3950900. for Everyone.- Sanibel Public Library meeting room; Thursdays _at noon. 472-5081. Kiwariis Club meets Art classes for eleeach Wednesday, mentary, school stu7:30 a.m. for breakfast dents taught by Marat The Jacaranda jorie Bronstead. 2:30 restaurant. 472-2600. p.rn, a! BIG arts cenIntermediate Bridge. ter, Dunlop Road. community course Cost: $75 for 14 weeks . * X'stof 10 weeks). Jean or $7 per session. 472Scott, instructor. $50. .3339. •-.. -; Conservation Foundation boat cruises. • please see page 16C

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2 Calendar of church services in Sanibel and Captiva Sanibel Community Church (multi-donorninatlonal), 1740 Periwinkle Woy (next io^erry s). Sunday worship: Ffom Jan. 20-Apri! 3 services: 8 a.m.; .9 and 11:15 a.m. Way-^Soptember; 10 a.m. Childcare provided for al! services. Dr, Denny Dennlson, Dr. John Wilcox. 472-268-1. St. Michael's and All Angels episcopal Church, 23CM Periwinkle Way. Sunday worship 7 30,9:30,'l 1:30 a.m. Saturday worship 5 p.m. Holy Eucharist at all services. Weekdays: ! Wednesday 9 a.m., Holy Eucharist with heal• ing. Thursday 7:3flfam. Holy Eucharist folj lowed by Bible study. Rector. Ft. William Dodd. " Associate; Fr.. Bill Walker. Church of the Islands, 4115 Sanibol-Cdptiva Rd.Regular Sunday service at 10 a.m. Home Care Group Wednesday ^p.m. on and off the island. ' ; Intercessory prayer meets every day at the church. Friday praise and worship practice 7 p.m. Pastor, Jamie Stilson. 472-1058.. •' .-

Sanibel Congregational United Church of " Christ, 2050periwinkle Way, across from Periwinkle Piace"Shopping Center. Sunday services at 10 a m . Rev, Dr. William C, Tuck. • Chufch office open 10 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. 472-0497 OM72-81QO.

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

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

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

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

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

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Right now, when \ou buy one of our new luxurious waterfront apartments at I Iarbor Court, you'll also get all the amenities of first class retirement living on the island of Shell Point "C^IIMV* " 4 f T Village—Americas premier retirement community for 23 years. • Harbor- Court is the -newest residence at Shell Point Village with generous livingrdiiiing and bedroom areas, magnificent kitchens and screened balconies o\ c i looking the water All surrounded by lush foliage and manicured lawns. •:$ What's moie when \ou live at Shell Point Village, you're guai'anteed unlimited lifecare. :; But tins extraordinary offer won't last for long. *.- Because only 12 of 64 units aie left. Call 1813 4661131 oi send

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