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  1. 1. Animal shelter seeks DeSoto location OUR TOWN PAGE 1 CharlotteSun MISSION TO MARS LANDS INDIANAPOLIS 500 AND WEEKLY HERALD Phoenix Lander touches down on Martian soil; NASA DIXON DRINKS THE MILK New Zealander wins iconic American race. SPORTS preparing to conduct experiments. FRONT PAGE 2 PAGE 1 AN EDITION OF THE SUN VOL. 116 NO. 147 AMERICA’S BEST COMMUNITY DAILY M O N D A Y M AY 2 6 , 2 0 0 8 www.sun-herald.com 50 cents This Memorial Day, veterans and their families predict how Iraq, Cummings: Afghanistan conflicts will be remembered County should hire Roger Baltz By JOHN HAUGHEY commissioner, Cummings STAFF WRITER said he has interviewed Charlotte County Com- candidates for nine admin- missioners Tuesday will istrator or executive direc- decide whether to launch a tor positions with the nationwide search for a county, the Peace new county administrator River/Manasota Regional or hire the candidate most Water Authority, the feel is ideally suited — Southwest Florida Regional Interim County Administra- Planning Council and other tor Roger Baltz. entities. “When you got the right “The most difficult part is man in front you, use him,” getting a handle on the Commissioner Adam character of the person,” he Cummings said. said. Baltz, an assistant county That’s not an unknown administrator, was named quality with Baltz, Cum- interim administrator April mings said. 8, after Bruce Loucks “We have worked with resigned. Roger Baltz for years and we Commissioners gave know he has the right stuff,” Baltz a 60-day contract with he said. a $13,860 raise, bringing his Cummings said it would annual salary to about be “unfair” to invite other $140,000. candidates in a “pointless” Although they can extend and expensive executive the contract, Cummings search. and several fellow commis- Commissioner Tricia sioners want to resolve the Duffy has suggested matter in Tuesday’s meet- conducting a free candidate ing, which begins at 9 a.m. search through the Florida in commission chambers at City and County Manage- the County Administration ment Association. SUN PHOTO BY PAM STAIK, pstaik@sun-herald.com Center, 18500 Murdock You can e-mail Circle. John Haughey at Carl Gause, 62, of Arcadia, says the U.S. has no other choice but to stay the course in Iraq. In his 14 years as a jhaughey@sun-herald.com. Sun staff writers Jason Witz, Pam Staik, Ed Scott and Steve Smith interviewed area veterans and their families and asked them how the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan will be remembered by veterans in 10 or 20 years. Here are their responses. Mahoney honors Becky Hall and Vietnam veteran Carl Gause have experienced war in two dramatically different ways. veterans and Their experiences will color how they recollect the ongoing conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Hall will always remember the Middle East conflict active personnel as the most tragic event of her life. By PAMELA STAIK tion briefings. STAFF WRITER After leaving “It was the war that took my son’s innocence,” she said. “It took his childhood, and it took his life.” Paying homage to India, Eric Hall wasn’t the same when he returned from veterans and active service Mahoney will Afghanistan in 2004. He could no longer remember personnel was a priority meet with simple things and his behavior had become erratic. for U.S. Rep. Tim Mahoney President The 24-year-old U.S. Marine was deployed to Iraq Sunday. Pervez in 2005. His tour ended several months later when “I can tell you that on MAHONEY Musharraf in Sun File photo a roadside bomb severely wounded his leg. this Memorial Day, Ameri- Islamabad, Doctors repaired the bone and muscle, but Hall ca has a lot to be proud Pakistan. Becky Hall says the war of,” Mahoney, D-Palm Despite his various in Iraq took her son Eric’s never recovered mentally. Hall, who was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress Beach Gardens, said stops, the most inspira- innocence and life. Eric Hall, disorder, disappeared in February following a war during a media conference tional for him was at a veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq, returned home with flashback. He was found inside a drainage pipe near call while in New Delhi. Landstuhl Regional post-traumatic stress disorder his aunt’s Harbour Heights home March 9. “The veterans should be Medical Center in Ger- and went missing from his “I still cry every day,” Becky Hall said. very, very proud because many, where Mahoney met Charlotte County home. He was Gause, 62, of Arcadia, served for 20 years in the their legacy is being with staff members and found dead days later. United States Army, beginning in 1963. carried on by this genera- wounded soldiers. He retired in 1983 with the rank of special forces tion of the military.” Mahoney reported that master sergeant. The call came during morale was high. Considering the things he saw in his life and his Mahoney’s weekend trip, “As we went from room experiences in the military, Gause said the war in Iraq which took him to a to room and talked to the will probably be looked upon as a necessary evil. hospital in Germany, as soldiers, these men and “We didn’t want to go,” he said, “but we needed to.” well as Kabul, Afghanistan, women, it’s inspirational,” where he attended Drug REFLECTIONS | P6 Enforcement Administra- MAHONEY | P7 China aftershock AP PHOTO Chinese walk on a collapsed bridge destroys 71,000 homes following the May 12 earthquake at Xiaoyutong near Pengzhou town, By CHRISTOPHER BODEEN explosives to unblock a debris- southwest China's ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER clogged river threatening to flood Sichuan Province CHENGDU, China — A powerful homeless quake survivors. Sunday. One of the aftershock destroyed tens of thou- The fresh devastation came after a most powerful sands of homes in central China on magnitude 6.0 aftershock — among the aftershocks to hit Sunday, killing two people and most powerful recorded since the initial quake-ravaged straining recovery efforts from the May 12 quake, according to the U.S. central China country’s worst earthquake in three Geological Survey. The China National damaged thousands decades. More than 480 others were Seismic Network said the aftershock of homes, killing one injured. person and injuring Meanwhile, soldiers rushed with CHINA | P7 dozens more Sunday. INDEX| FRONT: State 2 | Nation 2,5,8,9 | World 5,9,10 | Health 13 | Weather 14 | TV Grid 13,14 | OUR TOWN: Police Beat 3 | Obituaries 5 | Abby 17 | Crossword 16 Daily Edition 50¢ High Low MAKE A WISH CHARLIE SAYS ... Grillin’ and chillin’ are great, but just 89 66 Sunny and less humid A teen cancer survivor from North Port and her family go to Hawaii. OUR TOWN PAGE 1 remember those who sacrificed so you could have the opportunity. 7 05252 00025 8 Send suggestions to charliesays@sun-herald.com
  2. 2. Front Page 2 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com STATE/NATIONAL NEWS The Sun /Monday, May 26, 2008 | STATE Lotto jackpot Phoenix spacecraft makes soft landing on Mars grows to $41M PASADENA, Calif. (AP) study whether the ice ever — A NASA spacecraft melted at some point in TALLAHASSEE — The plunged into the atmos- Mars’ history when the jackpot in the Florida phere of Mars and suc- planet had a warmer Lotto game has grown to cessfully landed in the Red r. environment than the at least $41 million after Planet’s northern polar current harsh, cold one it no one matched the six region on Sunday, where it currently has. winning numbers in the will begin 90 days of Scientists do not expect latest drawing, lottery digging in the permafrost to find water in its liquid officials said Sunday. to look for evidence of the form at the Phoenix A total of 63 tickets building blocks of life. landing site because it’s matched five numbers to Cheers swept through too frigid. But they say that win $6,563 each; 3,802 mission control at NASA’s if raw ingredients of life tickets matched four Jet Propulsion Laboratory exist anywhere on the numbers for $88 each; and when the touchdown planet, they likely would 79,080 tickets matched signal from the Phoenix be preserved in the ice. three numbers for $6 each. Mars Lander was detected Phoenix, however, The winning Florida after a nailbiting descent. cannot detect signs of Lotto numbers selected Engineers and scientists alien life that may exist Saturday: 19-30-36-41- hugged and high-fived one now or once existed. 44-52. another. The only other time “In my dreams it NASA searched for Amber Alert couldn’t have gone as chemical signs of life was girl found ‘OK’ perfectly as it went,” AP PHOTO during the Viking mis- project manager Barry This undated photo released by NASA made available from the European Space Agency sions. Neither lander BELLEVILLE, Ill. — The Goldstein said. “It went shows an artist’s rendering of NASA’s Marian lander “Phoenix,” which landed on the Red found conclusive evidence father of an Illinois girl right down the middle.” Planet Sunday night. of life. found in Florida with a 49- Among Phoenix’s first Phoenix avoided the year-old man says he’s heat shield and backshell, chutes and cushioned air Like a tourist in a foreign doom of its sister space- tasks were to check its been told she’s OK and will and firing thrusters to slow bags to bounce to the country, the lander initially craft, the Mars Polar power supply and the be home in a few days. to a 5 mph touchdown. surface. will take in the sights health of its science Lander, which in 1999 Husien Ahmad’s daugh- The radio signal confirm- Phoenix’s landing is a during its first week on the crashed into the south instruments, and unfurl its ter disappeared from ing the landing came at relief for NASA since Mars Red Planet. It will talk with pole after prematurely solar panels after the dust Belleville East High School 4:53 p.m. PDT. has a reputation of ground controllers settled. Mission managers cutting off its engines. The on Tuesday. A school “Touchdown detected!! swallowing spacecraft. through three Mars said there would be a two- Polar Lander loss, along surveillance camera We’re on the surface of More than half of all orbiters, which will relay hour blackout period as with the earlier loss of an caught images of 15-year- Mars and there is celebra- nations’ attempts to land data and images. Phoenix conducted the orbiter the same year, old Roza Ahmad being tion in Mission Control!!” on Mars have failed. Phoenix is equipped checks while out of view forced NASA to overhaul picked up in the school JPL engineer Brent Phoenix’s target landing with an 8-foot-long arm from Earth. its Mars exploration parking lot by a man. Shockley blogged from site was 30-mile-wide capable of digging trench- program. Phoenix plunged into Authorities in Florida inside mission control. shallow valley in the high es in the soil to get to ice the Martian atmosphere at Phoenix, named after arrested Heriberto Torres It’s the first successful northern latitudes similar that is believed to be more than 12,000 mph the mythical bird that is Rodriguez on Friday, soft landing on Mars since in location to Earth’s buried inches to a foot after a 10-month, 422 reborn from its ashes, saying a tip led them to a the twin Viking landers Greenland or northern deep. Then it will analyze million-mile voyage inherited hardware from a residential address in touched down in 1976. Alaska. The site was the dirt and ice samples through space. lander mission that was Opa-Locka, Fla., where NASA’s twin rovers, which chosen because images for traces of organic It performed a choreo- scrapped after the back- the girl was found. successfully landed on from space spied evidence compounds, the chemical to-back Mars losses, and graphed dance that The father says FBI Mars four years ago, used of a reservoir of frozen building blocks of life. included unfurling its carries similar instruments agents have seized his a combination of para- water close to the surface. The lander also will parachute, shedding its that flew on Polar Lander. daughter’s personal computer. He says his daughter is now with police, and he’s told she’s well. “People tell me she’s OK,” he says. Clearwater eyes sewage for drinking water Authorities earlier had CLEARWATER (AP) — While the permitting water for crops and residents. The county the treated water to the said the girl met Clearwater residents process alone takes lawns for decades. But, plans to double the aquifer, said Robert Rodriguez in Puerto Rico could someday be about five years, the most recognizing the differ- plants capacity next year. Fahey, the city’s utilities about a year ago. drinking treated sewage. difficult part of the ence between giving To turn sewage into engineering manager. City officials are change could be con- treated wastewater to drinking water, lightly Each well could cost as looking to meet the ever- vincing residents that it’s plants and giving it to treated wastewater is much as $1 million. Body of missing increasing demand for safe. So at a public people, city officials have processed through a Not everyone is sold on swimmer found drinking water with meeting in the next few engineers looking at microfilter to remove any the change. Critics claim PANAMA CITY BEACH, purified wastewater. months, Clearwater’s city other areas that have solids or bacteria. The the process is too vulner- — Authorities have found They say recycling manager and mayor plan already started using the water is treated again to able to human error, and the body of a swimmer wastewater would take to drink water from a relatively new technolo- remove any viruses, drugs dangerous contaminants who went missing in pressure off the aquifer, community that is gy. or contaminants. Ultra- could pass through the Panama City Beach, but cut the amount of already using purified In California, Orange violet light and hydrogen filtration process. are searching for another sewage running into wastewater. County has become one peroxide are used to Thomas W. Reese, a St. missing swimmer. local waters and eventu- “We’re going to have to of the first places in the remove anything else. The Petersburg attorney who Bay County Sheriff’s ally trim water bills. drink a glass to demon- country to treat sewage water is then pumped specializes in environ- Office spokesman Sgt. Clearwater’s plan is to strate the credibility to to a level fit for human into the ground, and it mental law and water Robbie Newsome says treat the sewage, and our discussions,” City consumption. The takes about six months to issues, cited a 1998 21-year-old Pierre E. then pipe it into the Manager Bill Horne told county opened the reach residents. report from the nonprofit Allen of Water Valley, ground to recharge the the St. Petersburg Times. world’s largest water- Clearwater has the group National Research Miss., was spotted by a aquifer. That’s where Recycling wastewater is purification project in equipment to upgrade Council that said recy- helicopter Sunday most communities in nothing new in Florida. January. It’s a $500- wastewater to drinking cling wastewater should morning about 100 yards the state get their Many communities have million plant that serves water but needs at least be a last option. off shore in 15 feet of drinking water. been using reclaimed about a half-million four injection wells to get water. He was close to the location where he was last seen Saturday afternoon. Real-life inspiration for NEED CASH? Sell your items in the Classifieds. Miami officer shot MIAMI — A Miami- ‘Family Circus’ mom dies Call (941) 206-1200 Dade County Police PHOENIX (AP) — The Australia. 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