for-their-own-good: BRUNSWICK, Ga. - Manuel Giddens, 64, of Ft. Meyers, thinks that his time at the Florida Industrial School for Boys irrevocably altered his life. "If it wasn't for that period of time, I would have took over my father's religion," he says. "I was born to be a pastor and it didn't happen. I was born to take over the mission, and I turned and went the other way, and now it's too late to do that." After getting out of the reform school, Giddens began using, selling and smuggling drugs. He says he operated a smuggling operation that brought drugs from South America into Ft. Lauderdale via Bimini. "Marianna destroyed me," he says.