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Title: The Polk County Democrat
Uniform Title: Polk County Democrat (Bartow, Fla.)
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Publication Date: 1/22/2011
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Four Bartow schools
win Five Star awards

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December's freeze
affected area oranges

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By STEVE STEINER
STAFF WRITER
Following two days of
interviews in which four
candidates were considered,
Polk County Commissioners
unanimously decided to go
with Jim Freeman as county
manager.
Freeman had served as in-
terim county manager since
Oct. 1, when Mike Herr left to
become president of a divi-
sion of Econ Design Develop-
ment Management Services,
in Lakeland.
The last of four candidates
interviewed, Freeman almost


Jim Freeman
went on to state that the
successes the county has
enjoyed, in which he has had
a role, were due to staff mem-
bers above and below (him).
He then launched into
what he believed possibly
differentiated himself from
the other three candidates,
beginning with his first posi-
tion in public service, with
the IT department in Gwin-
nett County (in the Atlanta
region). From there, he was
given the opportunity to
move into management. After

FREEMAN j10A


Manager pick no slam
dunk for commissioners,
Page 9A

did not file for the position, a
point he made early in his in-
terview. Life, he said, is about
priorities, and he admitted
to having been ambivalent
about seeking the position,
at first.
However, with the backing
and blessing of his fam-
ily, and at the last possible
moment, Freeman filled out
an application. Part of his
reasoning, he said, is that the
BOCC wants to do right by


Frankenburger


wants to help


fellow artists


Bartow resident seeking

votes in grant contest


By PEGGY KEHOE
MANAGING EDITOR
Will Frankenburger wants
to help anyone be a star.
His vision is to create a
new social networking site
that would connect artists
from every segment of the art'
industry.
It's not a new idea for him
- he's been working on the
idea for the past six years. He
put the plan into a concrete
proposal for an online Pepsi
contest, the Pepsi Refresh
Project, which is offer-
ing thousands of dollars to
individuals, businesses and
non-profits for ideas that will
have a positive impact.
Frankenburger's proposed
website, "Star54.com," has


been accepted for the Pepsi
Refresh website where visi-
tors can Vote for their favor-
ite ideas. He hopes to receive
some of the grant money in
the arts and culture category.
Others are health, food and
shelter, the planet, neighbor-
hoods and education.
Votes will be accepted at
www.refresheverything.com
through Jan. 31.
Star54.com, Frankenburg-
er's dream site, "could one
day provide artists with the
necessary tools to become
recognized and ultimately
make a mark on our society,"
he believes.
The website would help
musicians, actors, painters,
FRANKENBURGER 10A


the county, and after being
in the county's employ since
1989, so did he.
"Does Jim want to be coun-
ty manager? I'm here to tell
you, I absolutely do," he rhe-
torically asked and answered.
He further stated he believed
himself to be the right person
for the right position at the
right time.
At the onset, Freeman ad-
mitted to an odd sensation.
After 22 years in the county's
employ, it was a strange feel-
ing, he said, being the one
interviewed, instead of him
conducting the interviews.
In that same breath, he


PHOTO PROVIDED
Will Frankenburger is seeking grant money from a contest to create a
social neworking website that would connect artists. People have until
Jan. 31 to vote.


Democrat Vol.80, No.42-


Impact fee moratorium shows revenue decline


By STEVE STEINER
STAFF WRITER
An impact fee moratorium
was the only item under new
business discussed by Bartow
city commissioners Tuesday
night.
At the request of City Man-
ager George A. Long, Planning
Director Bob Weigers had
conducted an analysis that
showed the collection levels of
three impact fees: transporta-
tion, public facilities and parks
and recreation recoupment,
starting in fiscal year 2005-06
and including the projection
for FY 2010-11.
Without exception, each year
showed a decline in revenues,
perhaps a reflection of current
economics.
"More than anything else,
I wanted to get this issue out
and on the table," said Long,
who added he was not look-
ing for a decision, that he just


wanted to identify a situation.
"It's probably a good time to
take a look at whether impact
fees have served their pur-
pose."
"I don't mind further analy-
sis and updating our fees," said
Commissioner Adrian Jackson.
"I have reservations about a
moratorium."
He added that in his search-
es on the Internet, he had not
found any correlation between
job growth and lowering fees
and/or a moratorium.
Jackson wondered whether a
better route would be to issue
either a credit or rebate.
For his part, Commissioner
Pat Huff wanted to make
sure Bartow remained in a
favorable position when the
economy does improve.
"I would say, leave it as it is,"
he said.
Gerald Cochran, who spoke
during the public forum por-
tion, said "What the county


does shouldn't have any im-
pact on what the city does. If
someone sticks their head into
the fire it doesn't mean you
should.
"I say, leave the impact fees
alone, there's nothing wrong
with them."
Cochran's next comments
were on a complaint he has
constantly raised, about city
employees he claims are loaf-
ing and not earning their keep.
At the conclusion of the
public forum, Commissioner
James E Clements felt com-
pelled to respond, and he
defended city employees.
"If the problem was as big
as it was, we'd hear from more
people than Gerald," said Cle-
ments. "I don't think anybody
should give credence to what
he says."
Clements' words were
backed by City Commissioner
Leo Longworth.


PHOTO BY STEVE STEINER


With Mayor Wayne Lewis looking on, Polk County Commissioner Melony
Bell, who represents District 2, which includes Bartow, hears a presenta-
tion on Polk County Days, the county's sesquicentennial.


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INSIDE:


Editorial................4A
Obituaries.............5A
Calendar ...............6A


County Report........9A
Sports.................... 14A
USAWeekend.....Inside
Classifieds............Inside


Good Morning,
Ana
Pipes


Deal of the Day
Double
rebates
See Page 6A


Seniors instrumental in
basketball victory

See Page 14A


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Copyright 2010 Sun Coast Media Group


Police


seeking


shooter,


clues
By JEFF ROSLOW
EDITOR
A 17-year-old Bartow High School
student is stable but will remain in the
hospital for several more days after be-
ing shot early Sunday morning.
Tyris G. Thomas, of Bartow, under-
went surgery at Lakeland Regional
Medical Center for a gunshot wound
to the stomach he suffered after a
Battle Zone Showcase 2 show at Carver
Recreation Center on South.Idlewood
Avenue in Bartow.
The 12:15 a.m. Sunday shooting
didn't occur at the center, but on a
sidewalk at South Oak Lawn Drive.
Thomas returned to the center after
the show because he knew there were
police officers there who could help
him and possibly find out who shot
him, Bartow Police Detective Dave
Reynolds said.
"It wasn't at the center but it in-
volved people at the center," Reynolds
said.
He added th ough they have
clues and are following leads on the
shooting, Thomas likely was a by-
stander who was hit by a "stray bullet."
Reynolds said it could have stemmed
from a fight involving people from
another city.
"Our understanding right now is
there were several individuals involved
but there was only one person who did
the shooting," he said. "But we're look-
ing for all of them."
Reynolds said he's heard from
the doctors that Thomas is fine but
believes he might stay in the hospital
for another week. The bullet is still in
his stomach and it may not come out
because it is not in a critical enough
area to do additional surgery on, the
detective explained.
The incident happened shortly after
the show at Carver Civic Center.
This is the second Battle Zone Show-
case held there; the first one was in
November.
About 300 people attended the show
Sunday, said Sgt. David Wyant.
Anyone who has information on the
shooting is asked to call the police at
534-5034 or CrimeStoppers at 800-226-
8477. Callers may remain anonymous.


Saturday, Jan. 22, 2011


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Chamber Annual Event tonight


PHOTO BY PEGGY KEHOE
Community Southern Bank is in a "Fiesta Bartow" mood as one of the sponsors of the Chamber
of Commerce Annual Event on tonight, Jan. 22. Featuring awards, dinner and a silent auction,
the event also sees the induction of incoming president Larry Madrid, pictured with (from left)
Sharon Casey and Gail Smith of CSB, and his wife, Connie. The sold-out event begins at 6:30 p.m.
at the Civic Center.


CHAMBER PHOTO
With a flower in her hair,
Carole McKenzie of Clear
Springs is all set for the
Bartow Chamber of Commerce
Annual Event tonight, Jan.
22, at Bartow Civic Center.
Clear Springs is one of the
sponsors of the dinner and
awards event in which Larry
Madrid of Madrid Engineering
will be inducted as Chamber
president.


CHAMBER PHOTO
Bob Hart (left) of Badcock & More Home Furnishings is dressed to party
at "Fiesta Bartow,"tonight, Jan. 22, at the Bartow Chamber of Commerce
Annual Event. Dinner, awards and a silent auction are part of the event's
highlights. Also at the event, incoming Chamber President Larry Madrid will
be presented the gavel. Badcock is one of the sponsors of the event, as is The
Polk County Democrat.


Four Bartow


schools are Fiv


time Summerlin Academy
was a winner.
The Five Star School
Award, created by the
Commissioner's Commu-
nity Involvement Council,
is presented annually to
schools that have shown
evidence of exemplary
community involvement.
Each school earning
the status must show it
achieved 100 percent of
the criteria in business
partnerships, family In-
volvement, volunteerism,
student community ser-
vice, and school advisory
councils.
Thirty schools in Polk
County won the award
this year.
The schools get recog-
nition that they are on
the list and it "enhances


All three schools on
the Bartow High campus
- Bartow High, Bartow
International Baccalau-
reate arid Summerlin
Academy earned Five
Star status from Florida
and one other in the
city Bartow Elemen-
tary Academy earned
the ranking, the Florida
Department of Education
said Wednesday.
"I think we did great,"
said Margaret Anne
Wheeler, Polk Schools
senior coordinator of
community involvement.
This year is the 12th
time Bartow Elementary
Academy, Bartow High
and Bartow International
Baccalaureate programs
have earned a Five Star
award. It is the second


e Star
the school's image and
speaks loudly how the
schools engage and equip
other people to help
them achieve their goals,"
Wheeler said.
She said it also ac-
knowledges the profes-
sionalism of the adminis-
trators.
To win the award
schools fill out an ap-
plication that is reviewed
by a panel of local judges.
Top portfolios are referred
to the superintendent for
approval, then sent to the
state. The state then ulti-
mately gives the awards.
In the consecutive
years since 2005-06, the
number of Polk schools
earning the Five Star
award has gone from 22
to 25 to 27 to 32 to 30.


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Every one of our babies


is a special delivery.


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Our goal is to provide the best birth experience possible for every mother and baby,
supported by the clinical experts and technology that gives mothers and babies
every advantage. All of our physicians are board-certified, and we're home to East
Polk's only Level II neonatal intensive care unit for high-risk infants all backed by
an extraordinary team of doctors, nurses and staff with a long-established tradition
of innovative and compassionate care.

Learn more: visit www.winterhavenhospital.org or call 863-294-7020 for a
personal tour.

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EDITORIAL


Hiring
Polk County government has
new county administrator but h
not a new county employee.
County Commissioners unani
mously agreed Thursday to hire
terim county manager Jim Free]
for the county's top management
position.
Freeman is a 22-year county
employee who began work here
the county's information techno
ogy director and moved on to be
the administrative services direi
and then to his most recent pos
deputy county administrator.
Freeman's predecessor, Mike h
left late last year to accept a job
the private sector.
We are very pleased with the
method by which the county pi(
Freeman.
We are big proponents of hiriI
from within when it makes sens
do so.
We have two very good examrp
of local governments firing theii
chief executives from within the


from within

aheis [OUR VIEWPOINT

in- own ranks.
in- The Polk County School Boa
man hired Dr. Sherrie Nickell as its
nt intendent of schools last year.
ell was associate superintende:
learning for five years before gi
as the top spot.
[)l- Lake Wales City Manager Jud
e Delmar has been a city employ
actor for 25 years. She was chosen fo
t as top post after former manager
Otte was fired. Delmar was also
Herr, excellent choice for the city bu
in Wales is now looking for a man
again after Delmar announced
retirement. The city is placing
cked online and is hoping to receive
resumes for prospective candi
ng by the end of March. We are ble
;e to (in our area with competent an
loyal managers who know how
)les respective governments operate
Sr. We applaud our local elected


after looking throughout
ficials for picking managers from would be less second-guessing that
within but we also think the best could lead to a sudden and perhaps
examples of this practice occurred premature firing.
when the governments advertised It would help the public and
rd for the position and then compared elected officials to target a candi-
super- their local candidates to candidates date's strengths and weaknesses by
Nick- throughout the state and nation. comparing each to the alternatives.
nt for That's exactly what County Com- If done correctly, potential job
getting missioners and School Board mem- seekers (particularly if they are given
bers did when they picked their homework in advance) can be like
y managers. unpaid consultants to the govern-
ee Why do we think it is a good idea ment, bringing fresh ideas that
r the to advertise statewide and nationally someone who has been involved
Tony for our top manager positions? with the government might not
o an Some of the reasons for wanting to present.
t Lake do so include: In any national search where a
ager The most obvious: Making sure strong local person is a candidate,
her the person we hire is the best avail- that candidate has a natural advan-
ads able. tage. An outsider would have to be
Conducting a search creates an head and shoulders above the local
dates aura of competency that gives the source in order for the government
datsed newly hired manager some wiggle to take a risk on an unknown per-
essed room to make mistakes. In other son.
their words, the commission and the pub- And lastly, conducting a national
th. lic would have some confidence that search would give the public confi-
I of- we chose the best person available dence that there is no cronyism at
and when things go wrong, there work in the decision.

m LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Thanks for King editorial


It's called


Much has been written
over in Tampa in the past
few days about residents
who suddenly have begun
receiving water bills for
thousands of dollars for
consumption of hundreds
of thousands of gallons in
one month:
Many of these have
been in one small neigh-
borhood.
The city has solemnly
declared that all the prob-
lems are the customers'
fault.
Maybe there are some
leaky pipes, a running
toilet, or just too much
lawn irrigation now that
rationing rules have been
eased.
But of this much, gov-
ernment is sure: it's the
fault of the customers.
One of the oldest, and
in my opinion, shoddiest
way that a business -
in this case, the Tampa
water department can
treat its customers is to
blame the customer for
his own problems.
Your fault.
That's it.
Case closed.
Pay up.

A few days ago, I saw
a TV segment that came
so close to solving the
problem that I wanted to
shout at the screen: "The
answer is right in front of
you!"
I didn't, because in my


THINKING
OUT LOUD



S.L Frisbie

experience T
only go in or
They speak,
If this wer
many of the
problems of
be resolved.
Umpires w
when to get.
es, coaches v
when to go f
of punting o.
24, and in dr
less good gul
be shot, knif
by bad guys
hind the doo
or on the flo(
seat.

The answe
tery lies in a


estimating
unheard of.
', And frankly, it is not an
immoral act.
Whether due to person-
S nel shortages, inclement
\ weather, holiday sched-
ules, or even wasp nests
or vicious dogs, there are
times when it just isn't
rV broadcasts feasible to read every
ne direction. meter.
we listen. If a given customer's
e not so, typical monthly con-
pressing sumption is in the range
society could of 13,000 to 17,000 gal-
lons, it is not totally un-
vould know reasonable to send a bill
new eyeglass- for 15,000 gallons, and do
would know a "true-up" with the next
or it instead month's bill. Not ideal,
n fourth and but not unconscionable.
:amas, count- But if a meter is not
ys would not read for say a year, and
ed or slugged the monthly estimate is
hiding be- 10,000 gallons too low, at
)r, in a closet, the end of that year, the
or of the back meter reading will reflect
120,000 gallons of con-
-- sumption not previously
*r to the mys- billed for. And then you're
single word: talking real money.


estimating.
. And at this moment,
there are a few knowl-
edgeable readers who
are nodding in agree-
ment, and perhaps even
congratulating me for
figuring out what is or
probably is going on.
Though few meter
readers or the supervisors
who employ them will
admit it, estimating usage
of water, and sometimes
even electricity, is not


But how can you tell if
your meter is being read?
You look at the meter
box.
Especially at this time
of year, my lawn is not
growing real aggressively,
and I would wager that
yours is not, either.
So if there is a rich
growth of turf over the
meter cover, and per-
FRISBIE I10AA


Please add our "amen"
to your fine coverage
and enlightened edito-
rial (January 19, 2011)
regarding the outstanding
job that was done by the
organizers of the Dr. Mar-
tin Luther King, Jr. parade
and related events.
We want to warmly
congratulate the Bartow
Area Deacons and Stew-
ards Alliance and their
leader Carver Young for
the many hours of hard
work that went into plan-
ning such a worthwhile
and successful parade.
It was indeed gratifying
to watch the smiling par-
ticipants, and to witness
' the,enthusiastic parade-
watchers who braved the
weather to commemorate
this important celebra-


tion. One shut-in senior
citizen who watched from
her bedroom window
suggested that this may
have been one of the
most successful parades,
in spite of the weather.
Dr. King marched in the
blazing hot sun, as well as
in the cold freezing rain
to help move our nation
closer to its founding
principal "where all (per-
sons) are created equal.
It was therefore highly
significant that the
celebrants honored his
memory and outstanding
work with such enthusi-
asm.While many poten-
tial float-riders wisely
rode inside vehicles, we
want to express deep
gratitude to the City Man-
ager of Bartow and other


entities for preparing
such beautiful floats.
We understand that our
city commissioners and
Staff were looking for-
ward to "ride and wave."
As we continue to work
toward "a more perfect
Union" it is our hope that
others will eventually step
up and embrace the im-
portant symbolism repre-
sented by these types of
community events.
Please note that this
call for wider participa-
tion extends to leaders of
all races.
Again, thank you for ac-
knowledging the tremen-
dous work of the Bartow
Deacons and Stewards
Alliance and many others.
Clifton P. Lewis
Bartow


Don't like candidate's statement


Betty Wojcik's recent
comments in this paper
certainly did the job of
listing her "qualifica-
tions." But she should
read the city charter
before she attempts to
use some of them as a
city commissioner. Lake
Wales already has a very
capable finance director
in Dorothy Pendergrass
who, by the city charter,
reports to the City Man-
ager, not the city commis-


sion.
As the executive direc-
tor of the Lake Wales C of
C for the past five years,
she has had the chance to
use her expertise to assist
the city. I see no indica-
. tion that this has ever
.happened.
Her statement "Be-
cause I spend all day
working for the better-
ment of the community
and to promote it, I am
uniquely qualified for this


position." She owes more
than this bland statement
to the citizens.
If Ms. Wojcik's qualifica-
tions for a commission
seat consist only of the
fanciful and unsubstanti-
ated accomplishments.
she cites in this release,
the incumbent, Mr.
VanSickle, will win in a
landslide and my vote will
be one of them.
Peggy Debaugh
Lake Wales


We never heeded Ike's warning


I've always found it
rather haunting to watch
old footage of my grand-
father, Dwight Eisen-
hower, giving his televised
farewell address to the
nation on Jan. 17, 1961.
The 50-year-old film all
but crackles with age
as the president makes
his earnest, uncoached
speech. I was 9 years old
at the time, and it wasn't
until years later that I un-
derstood the importance
of his words or the lasting
impact of his message.
Of course, the speech
will forever be remem-
bered for Eisenhower's
concerns about a rising
"military industrial com-
plex," which he described
as "a permanent arma-
ments industry of vast
proportions" with the
potential to acquire -
whether sought or un-
sought "unwarranted
influence" in the halls of
government.
The notion captured
the imagination of schol-
ars, politicians and veter-
ans; the military-indus-
trial complex has been
studied, investigated and
revisited countless times,
including now, at its 50th
anniversary. Looking


back, it is easy to see the
parallels to our era, espe-
cially how the complex
has expanded since Sept.
11, 2001. In less than 10
years, our military and se-
curity expenditures have
increased by 119 percent.
Even after subtracting
the costs of the wars in
Iraq and Afghanistan, the,
budget has grown by 68
percent since 2001. In
2010, the United States
is projected to spend at
least $700 billion on its
defense and security, the
most, in real terms, that
we've spent in any year
since World War II.
However, at this time of
increased concerns over
our fiscal deficit and the
national debt, Eisen-
hower's farewell words
and legacy take on added
significance.
Throughout his presi-
dency, Eisenhower con-
tinually connected the


country's security to its
economic strength, un-
derscoring that our fiscal
health and our military
might are equal pillars of
our national defense. This
meant that a responsible
government would have
to make hard choices.
The question Eisenhower
continued to pose about
defense spending was
clear and practical: How
much is enough?
Early on, he realized
that if the United States
were to prevail in its
existential standoff with
the Soviet Union, we
would have to prepare for
a long game. Unlike our
experience in World War
II, which lasted less than
four years, the Cold War
would last many decades.
Eisenhower understood
that we were facing a
marathon, not a sprint.
Moreover, the logic of
nuclear deterrence made
the conventional wars
Ike had commanded in
the 1940s obsolete. Now,
there could be no margin
for error; the Cold War
brought with it different
calculations, which were
very costly by nature.
These new realities meant
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Jurors listen to evidence, hear key witnesses


By KATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZ
STAFF WRITER
No doubt it has been
a long week for jurors


seated on the Leon Davis
triple-murder trial.
In just five days,
they've heard both open-


ing arguments from the
state and defense, viewed
a myriad of physical
evidence in the case,


seen numerous videos,
diagrams, maps and pic-
tures, and heard several
testimonies.


Obituaries


Henry 'Curly' Levi Owen, Jr.


Henry "Curly" Levi
Owen, Jr., 90, passed
away as a result of respi-
ratory failure on Thurs-
day, Jan. 20, 2011.
Born Jan. 8, 1921, in
Blount County, Ala., Mr.
Owen moved to Bartow in
1952. He was the owner/
operator of Jazz Feed
Store and Owen Produce
Market, both in Bartow.
Mr. Owen was a vet-
eran of the United States
Marine Corps where he
served as a rifle instruc-
tor. He served in World
War II, receiving two
battle stars for campaigns
on the Marshall Islands
and the island of Guam.
He was a member of
First Christian Church
in Bartow. He was a past
commander, Officer of
the Day and lifetime
member of VFW Post
2405 in Bartow and a
member of American
Legion Post #3 also in
Bartow.
Mr. Owen was preceded
in death by his wife, Jessie
Mae Owen; and a son,
Donald Ray Owen.
Survivors include a
son, Rev. Eddie W. Owen,
Sr.; a daughter, Bar-


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Henry "Curly" Owen, Jr.
bara Mathes; two sisters,
Iva Haggins and Cora
Whithed; a brother, Cecil
Owen; seven grandchil-
dren, Eddie, Hamilton,
Chris, Patrick, Donny,
Jenny and Kevin; and six
great-grandchildren.
Visitation: Friday, Jan.
21, from 6-8 p.m., at First
Christian Church, 400
South Oak Ave., Bartow.
Funeral: Saturday,
Jan. 22, at 1 p.m., at the
church, with Rev. Ed-
die W. Owen officiating.
Interment will follow at
Wildwood Cemetery in
Bartow.
Arrangements: Gentry-
Morrison Funeral Home,
Southside Chapel.


James Calvin Olds
James Calvin Olds of Holiness Church, 2520
Bartow died Jan. 17, 2011. Fourth St. N.E., Winter
He was born, Aug. 24, Haven.
1942. Arrangements: Aikens
Survivors include his Funeral Home, 2708 East
wife, Johnnie Mae Olds. Dr. M.L. King, Jr. Blvd.,
Funeral: Saturday, Jan. Tampa.
22, at 4 p.m. at St. Paul


Lela D. Harvey Wooten


Lela D. Harvey Wooten,
63, of Bartow died Jan. 14,
2011, in Lakeland.
She was born Aug. 20,
1947, in Bartow.
Mrs. Wooten was the
former director of the
Polk County Opportunity
Council.
She was a member of
BurI ett Chapel Primitive
Baptist Church, Bartow.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
J.B. Wooten.
Survivors include her
mother, Willie Lee Harvey
of Bartow; a daughter,
Kana Wooten McGruder;


a sister, Liz Harvey Burse
and husband Jason of
Bartow; two brothers,
Jerry Harvey and wife
Willie Mae of Atlanta
and Milton Harvey and
wife Marsha of Bartow;
and two grandchildren,
Gregory McGruder and
Parker McGruder, both of
Bartow.
Visitation: Friday, Jan.
21, from 5-7 p.m. at Bur-
kett Chapel PB. Church,
Bartow.
Funeral: Saturday,
Jan. 22, at 1 p.m. at the
church.


Isadore Thomas


Isadore Thomas, 54, of
Lake Alfred, died Sunday,
Jan. 16, 2011, in Winter
Haven.
He was born May 15,
1956, in Pickens, Miss.
Survivors include his
companion, Pamela
Putman of Lake Alfred; a
daughter, Joanna Putman
of Lake Alfred; four sons,
Jason Putman of Lake
Alfred; Isadore Thomas,
Jr., of Jackson, Miss., and
Lonnell Everett Thomas
and Michael Thomas,
both of Sharon Miss.; two
sisters, Herestine Lipsey
of Canton, Miss., and
Elaine Murry of Missis-
sippi; six brothers, James
Thomas, Joe Thomas,
Lester Thomas, Ronnie
Thomas, Lonnie Thomas


and Curtis Thomas, .all
of Mississippi; and eight
grandchildren.
Visitation: Friday,
Jan. 21, from 5-7 p.m. at
Bethel Baptist Church,
Lake Alfred.
Arrangements: Williams
Funeral Home, Bartow.


Prosecutors accuse
Davis of robbing Headley
Nationwide Insurance
clerks Yvonne Bustaman-
te and Juanita Luciano at
gunpoint, forcing them
into the bathroom, then
restraining each with
duct tape, pouring gaso-
line on them, setting a
piece of crumpled paper
on fire, and tossing it,
onto the women.
An inferno proceeded
to consume both young
women, who attempted
to run, but were alleg-
edly tortured even as
they tried to escape their
attacker, the state notes,
while the suspect contin-
ued to douse them with
gasoline as they fled.
Bustamante receiv-
ing a bullet in her hand,
eventually made it to the
front of the building, and
was still on fire as she ran
out the front door.
Luciano, 24 weeks
pregnant, ran next
door to a restaurant
then known as Havana
Nights. Both women and
Luciano's prematurely
delivered son.
Michael Bustamante
Jr. perished from their
injuries. Jurors saw pho-
tos of the bathroom that
was consumed by flames,
leaving piles of soot and
debris, amidst which lay
the remnants of a plastic
gas can, partially melted.
They saw the trail
of bloody foot prints


leading away from the
insurance agency. Cloth-
ing, burned, charred,
and melted, packaged in
plastic bags with id,enti-
fication tags, was walked
before the jury, one item
at a time.
Driver's licenses,
purses, Social Security
cards and cell phones
belonging to the women
were all that remained of
the women who occu-
pied the desks at Headley
Insurance.
The court fell silent as-
the items were present-
ed. Probably nobody got
as close to the evidence,
however, than the crime
scene technicians from
the Polk County Sheriff's
Office.
Detailing at great
length the processes
used to collect, catego-
rize, arrange, and clarify
evidence, Paula Maney
explained to jurors her
interaction with the
crime scene. Jurors were
introduced to "bullet
trajectory" techniques
in which rods and laser
beams are used to track
a bullet's path from the
weapon to impact.
Maney's presenta-
tion was factual, deal-
ing with the science of
crime scenes, an effort to
enable the group before
her to understand what
they were observing on
the video screen before
them.


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Polk County Democrat
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calendar is provided by
the public. The deadline
for the upcoming calen-
dar and stories is 4 p.m.
Monday and Thursday
of each week. For more
information, call Jeff
Roslow or Peggy Kehoe at
533-4183
ARTS
Saturday, Jan. 22
Bird watercolor class, 9
a.m.-noon, Street Audu-
bon Center, 115 Lamer-
aux Road, Winter Haven,
free. 644-5022.
Saturday, Jan. 22
The Over 55 Show
Band, big band con-
cert, Polk State College's
Winter Haven campus in
Fine Arts Building. $8 per
ticket. 2 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 25
Piano prodigy Robert
Fleitz, 7:30 p.m., Brans-
comb Auditorium, part
of Festival of Fine Arts at
Florida Southern College,
$35 for adults and $17.50
for students. 680-4296
or visit www.flsouthern.
edu/ffa.


COMMUNITY
Saturday, Jan. 22
Alafia River Rendezvous
Visitors' Day, 9 a.m.-4
p.m. Parking lot opens at
8 a.m. For directions visit
www.floridafrontiersmen.
org/homelanddirections.
pdf.
Saturday, Jan. 22
Welcome Home 3rd
Brigade, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Party, poker run and
motorcycle rally. Poker
run costs $15 to register.
Continental breakfast.
Funds benefit Wounded
Warriors fund. American
Legion Post 72, 1500 N.
Church Ave., Mulberry.
Saturday, Jan. 22
Shekinah Knights, 5:30
p.m., free. Open mike for
those who want to sing.
Gospel Music Coffee
House, 325 Lyle Parkway,
Bartow. 604-3457.
Saturday, Jan. 22
Bartow Adult Concert
Band, "Musical Desserts,"
2:30 p.m., free. Jenkins
High School Auditorium,
6000 Lakeland Highlands
Road, Lakeland.
Saturday, Jan. 22
64th annual Polk
County Youth Fair begins,


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Monday, Jan. 24
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required. Bartow Public
Library, 2150 S. Broadway,
534-0131.

EDUCATION
Monday, Jan. 24
Open House, 5:30 p.m.,
The Roberts Academy at
Florida Southern College,
1140 McDonald St., Win-
ter Haven. The Roberts
Academy, which opened
in August, is Florida's
only school for talented
children with dyslexia.
680-3741
Tuesday, Jan. 25
Scholarship and finan-
cial aid seminar for the
Florida Bright Futures
Program, 5:30-6:30 p.m.,
Bartow Municipal Airport,
420 Bartow Municipal
Airport, Bartow. 534-0959.

GOVERNMENT
Thursday, Jan. 27
Public hearing for the
Central Polk Parkway
right-of-way alternatives.
6 p.m. open house, hear-
ing at 7 p.m., First Baptist


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Information about the
Central Polk Parkway
PD&E Study can be found
at www.centralpolkpark-
way.com.


RELIGION
Saturday, Jan. 22
The Duncans, 7 p.m.,
Christian Home Free
Will. Baptist Church 1125
Spessard Holland Park-
way, Bartow. Monthly
gospel sing. 533-4734


Saturday, Jan. 22
Sims Memorial Sing,
Polk County Gospel sing-
ing convention, 3 p.m.,
Old Welcome Primitive
Baptist Church, corner
of County Roads 555 and
630, west of Fort Meade.


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County Report





Report: Cold weather



affected oranges in area

By JEFF ROSLOW search and operations at the Florida Service. "There's still time to harvest is more cold-resistant.
EDITOR Department of Citrus, said. "It is a the fruit that is damaged. Some will Last week, the USDA reduced an
signal of the potential damage and have lower juice content, and sugar earlier estimate for Florida's 2010-
December's snaps of freezing now much reduction in juice con- content will vary." 11 orange crop. The new forecast
weather affected the orange crop in tent there will be in oranges." Geuder said processors often reduced last month's estimate by 3
Polk and Highlands counties and the Norberg told the Florida Citrus blend juice from different varieties million boxes to 140 million.
Lake Wales area the most, a report Commission Wednesday that orange of oranges to get a specific taste. Story said by the end of the month
from the United States Department juice sales dropped 7 percent in the Juices that include a lot of late-sea- most oranges will be picked but
of Agriculture showed. last period. son oranges, such as Valencia, may another freeze this year could dam-
The report released this week And, he added outside that meet- not be as affected. age trees worse than they've already
showed the freezes in the first week ing, there could be a potential for "The prices are at a pretty good been.
of December and the third week more of a drop when the spring quality now," Story said. "They may "That would be really bad for
of December affected about one- comes around after the current rise some but not much. the trees," Story said. But, "as for
third of Florida's early orange crop oranges are harvested. The world production is also de- the fruit most of them will be off
varieties and nearly one-half of the "Whether or not it will be signifi- lining for other reasons so people the trees by the end of the month.
midseason crop. cant I don't know," he said. can't go to Brazil and get them like The Valencia oranges will stay until
It did have an effect on the some "It could mean a drop in 2 to 12 they've been able to do in the past." March."
3,000 acres of orange trees owned by million boxes of oranges which According to the report, about 13 Norberg said another cold snap
Vic Story in. Lake Wales. could be a 3 to 8 percent drop." percent of the late season crop was can only exacerbate the situation,
"There was more fruit damage He said the prices have already damaged. but he didn't want to look into
than tree damage," he said, adding gone up substantially and they're To conduct the study, research- something he doesn't know will hap-
last January's trees suffered more going to have to wait until spring to ers visited 240 groves, where they pen.
than the newer trees. He said there see what happens with this harvest. picked two pieces of fruit from each He said the citrus industry is going
could be a 5 percent total loss. About 90 percent of Florida's citrus of four trees. Researchers then made to have to wait to see what happens.
But how this freezes could affect fruits become juice. quarter-inch, half-inch and center "It makes a tight situation a little
the price of orange juice isn't clear "There are so many factors in- cuts into the fruit to determine how bit tighter," he said.
yet. volved," said Jeff Geuder, Florida's much of each piece was damaged. Citrus is a $9 billion industry in
"It's not really clear," Bob Norberg, field office director for USDA's Grapefruit fared well, largely be- Florida and the state is second in
the deputy executive director of re- National Agricultural Statistics cause the fruit has thicker skin and global juice production, after Brazil.


PHOTO BY STEVE STEINER


Roger Baltz, the third of four candidates considered for county Gwendolyn Warren, who ha
manager, emphasizes a point. Each time he was presented with in Fulton County, listened ii
a question, Baltz provided specific examples.His last position well, thought through and i
had been the manager for Charlotte County.


Manager pick no slam

By STEVE STEINER brought anything "differ- by commissioner Todd
STAFF WRITER ent" to how and the way Dantzler,. Smith, Bell ar
things were done. finally, English.
Although in the end, "I didn't hear of any Regardless who startE
Jim Freeman was se- one new idea," said the questioning, the fir
elected as Polk County's Commissioner Bob question each candidate
next county manager, the English. "Polk County is was asked was whether
decision was no "slam doing a better job than he or she wished to ma
dunk" for the five county any of the candidates did an opening statement.
commissioners. All at their previous places." Gwendolyn Warren, wh
BOCC members agreed, Smith concurred, as did had last been employed
the remaining three commissioners Melony with the Fulton County
candidates were talented Bell and Sam Johnson. government (which
and capable and any of "Any one of these is part of the greater
them would have done candidates would have Atlanta metro), spoke
an excellent job had any done a fine job for Polk of the rapidity of the
of them been offered the County, but I agree with process, how although
position. Bob, the county is doing she had submitted her
The BOCC was also a better job," said Smith. credentials close to the
appreciative of the ef- Bell added that she was deadline, to receive the
fort Human Resources looking "five years from invitation to come in
Director Anthony Casas now," while Johnson kept for an interview so sooi
and his staff had put in, hoping but never got that afterward caught her of
as well as the screen- "silver bullet." guard.
ing committee that had To a person, the BOCC "I was totally shocked
undertaken the onerous believed and stated as she said. "As you know,
task of sifting through such that the entire government never does
more than 30 resumes, process had been fair, a anything that fast." Her
reducing that to 22 viable viewpoint seconded by comment brought smile
candidates, and ulti- Casas. to the commissioners'
mately forwarding the "I think this process faces and was interpret.
top four. has been above board, ed as a compliment by


"The screening process
was not a walk in the
park," said BOCC chair-
man Edwin V. Smith.
Time and again, as
commissioners deliber-
ated and ranked the four,
they expressed the feel-
ing that "the cream defi-
nitely rose to the top."
Also noted as they
deliberated, and sub-
sequent to offering the
county manager posi-
tion to Freeman, was
the belief that none of
the outside candidates


fair and transparent,"
he said. That process
included 11 prepared
questions, which the
commissioners divided
amongst themselves
to ask, and which they
rotated asking. In ad-
dition to the prepared
questions, each commis-
sioner was allowed to
ask any questions they
wanted candidates to an-
swer. The commissioners
asked in order how they
were seated, beginning
with Johnson, followed


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ad been the deputy county manager
intently as she was queried, giving
reasoned answers.


PHOTO BY STEVE STEINER
John McCue, whose most recent position was manager for
Orange City, answered practically every question posed with an
air of self-assuredness.


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Smith.
In response to a ques-
tion about being more
effective with less money,
Warren spoke of an ef-
fort she had initiated,
recognizing the contri-
butions made by county
employees, particularly
those in non-supervisory
or management roles.
These are the people
who do the actual work,
who have the first-hand
understanding of what
it takes to get a task
accomplished. Rather


than limit recognition to
just plaques or bonuses,
she had them go to
public functions such
as civic and community
groups as guest speak-
ers. It served as a mo-
rale booster, especially
during these difficult
economic times when
there are staff reductions'.
and people are asked to
do more with less.
Another question
asked of all candidates,
posed each time by
English, was what ques-
tions did the candidates
have of the commission-
ers. When asked, War-
ren turned the question
around. What did the
BOCC see as its vision.
"I believe within 10
years that Polk County
is going to be one of the
richest counties in the
state," said English, add-
ing that was predicated
upon the fact Polk's loca-
tion "allows us to be the
center of Florida."
Overall, Warren's inter-
view, which was the first
and held the morning of
Wednesday, Jan. 19, was
considered low-key, es-
pecially in comparison to
the afternoon interview
with John McCue, who
came across to commis-
sioners as more forceful.
McCue, whose last posi-
tion had been as man-
ager of Orange City, set
the tone from the onset
when he was welcomed
and thanked by Smith for
applying.


"It is a great oppor-
tunity," said McCue. "If
I hadn't applied, I'd've
been a fool."
Like Warren, and sub-
sequently, Roger Baltz,
McCue had held govern-
ment positions in various
locales, starting in the
1980s in Dade County,
where he worked for a
manager he termed a
delegatorr."
"I got a.lot of exposure
to the decision-making
process," said McCue.
McCue believed his
mix of working in coun-
ties both urban and rural
served in his stead, when
he progressed from Dade
to Leon County, and
from there to Wakulla
County; the latter two on
the Florida panhandle.
He left Wakulla County
and went to work for the
Department of Revenue,
but returned to city and
county government
because he said he was a
"get it done type of guy."
"I've got 'tools' in my
management tool kit;" he
said at one point.
Like McCue, Baltz
shared certain simi-
larities. Each early in life
had learned that if they
wanted to get into mana-
gerial roles --- and after
stints in manual labor
that the key was upper
education.
Whereas McCue had
been a lumberjack in
Vermont, and later a ma-
chinist, Baltz's first public
sector job had been with


a parks and recreation
department.
"I started out sweep-
ing floors, putting up
basketball nets," he said.
With that background,
and the observation that
those in management
held advanced degrees,
Baltz went to college and
earned two advanced de-
grees. The first master's
degree was in education,
the second in public
administration.
A concern was raised
by Dantzler that with
one exception, being
the county manager for
Charlotte County, Baltz's
tenure at any position
was usually two-to-three
years at most.
"I've gone to com-
munities to serve as a
'change agent,'" he said.
Moves he made were
in order to grow and
expand his expertise.
"Now I'm at a point in
my career to stay."
All four candidates
spoke of the need to
get a number of people
involved in the differing
aspects of managing and
directing the county, get-
ting input from county
employees and citizens,
and all of them pointed
to ways in which they
had achieved that ends.
In the final interview,
with Freeman, it prompt-
ed a light-hearted com-
ment from Smith.
"They say a camel is a
horse designed by a com-
mittee," he said.


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FREEMAN: Named new county manager


FROM PAGE 1A
coming to Polk County
in 1989, to head its IT
department, Freeman
moved up the ranks.
Yet when Herr asked
him to serve as deputy
county manager, Free-
man expressed concern
about lacking the creden-
tials to do the position
justice. Those concerns
were allayed by Herr.
"In response, Herr said,
'I need a business mind.
That's what I need in this
position,'" Freeman told
the BOCC.
As with all the candi-
dates, the BOCC posed
a series of questions to
Freeman, some from a


prepared list that Human
Resources Director An-
thony Casas and his de-
partment had developed,
as well as individual
questions commission-
ers had. In most queries,
Freeman's answers were
not much different than
those of the other three
candidates. However,
several differed substan-
tially.
As a follow-up to the
question of whether
Freeman enjoyed spot-
ting talent and plugging
those people into the
"right spots" (to which he
said he enjoyed having
influence in "building
the right team"), he was


asked by BOCC Chair-
man Edwin V Smith, "Do
you think people should
be challenged to stretch
beyond their capability?"
Freeman's was a "quali-
fied" yes.
"Sometimes you
should promote people
beyond their level of
competence," he said.
"You put people in
positions in order to
succeed." He elaborated
upon that response,
aboutan incident that
worked, in which a per-
son had the qualities but
not the credentials.
"One of the hardest
jobs of a manager is
to judge the quality of


an employee," he said.
However, in a later part
of the interview, Freeman
spoke of a promotion
that turned out not to
be a "good fit." Despite
repeated efforts to bring
that individual's output
to the level of compe-
tence needed to carry out
the job, nothing worked,
and the employee was
let go.
"In the end, you have
to work in the best inter-
ests of the organization,"
he said.
Toward the end of
the interview, Commis-
sioner Melony Bell asked
him his vision for Polk
County.


Growing up in Gwin-
nett County, it was a ru-
ral county, he said. Now
it is part of the Atlanta
metro. When he came
to Polk in 1989, it was
mostly rural, with the
exception of Lakeland.
His vision included high-
paying jobs "where his
children and grandchil-
dren can live and work,
where people don't have
to commute to Tampa
and Orlando."
"The challenge is put-
'ting into place the poli-
cies to do the right thing
to have that quality of life
for a long time," he said.
Taking a short recess
upon the interview's


conclusion, the BOCC
deliberated and ranked
all four candidates, on
a scale of 1-5, with the
lower the number, the
higher the ranking. Free-
man was the first choice
of commissioners, thus
scoring a five.
Herr lauded the deci-
sion.
"I'm certainly happy
he's been selected,"
said Herr, who added
Freeman's selection is
indicative of the success
instituted to guarantee
the county's positive
direction. He called
Freeman's appointment
a continuation of that
process.


FRANKENBURGER: Wants to help fellow artist


FROM PAGE 1A
athletes, magicians and
other artists connect
with fans, other art-
ists, representation and
venues.
"Star54.com is a con-
nection point for those
individuals with an
artist's heart," Franken-
burger said. "It's a place
for those of us with a
burning in our soul to
listen, view, consume or
create music, photog-


raphy, dance, literature,
paint, CGI, magic, and
even sports."
Noting that artists of
every generation have
had to deal with the
frustration of building a
fan base, Frankenburger
hopes his concept will
evolve into "an ecosys-
tem of artists, producers,
agents, and fans that will
help fuel growth within
the American economy
on a regional and a na-


tional scale."
Star54.com would offer
"a forum where individu-
als can upload their vi-
sion and display their tal-
ents for everyone to see,"
he explained, and could
lead to artists being hired
or discovered, and make
connections with pro-
ducers, agents, sponsors,
events and more.
Frankenburger hopes
it will be "an artist's
greatest partner to find


and utilize all resources
that will help further
their dreams" through
a sophisticated search
engine.
Fans and artists would
have access to a live feed
to discuss.business de-
tails or to send a "shout
out."
A musical artist
himself, Frankenburger
believes Star54 will make
it easier for artists to
realize their goals and


dreams. "The site was
envisioned by an art-
ist with the intention to
help other artists and the
people."
If he wins a grant from
Pepsi Refresh Project,
Frankenburger plans to
use the money to acquire
domain names, serv-
ers, computers and hire
professionals to build the
site.
He has outlined a
10-12-month plan to


EISENHOWER: We never heeded Ike's warning


FROM PAGE 4A are trying to defend from
without," Eisenhower
that the United,States said. And he followed
would not only need to through, balancing the
project power and re- budget three times dur-
solve, but also had to en- ing his tenure, a record'
sure national solvency unmatched during the
no easy task for a country Cold War.
that had to modernize This theme was in-
while assuming, for the produced at the start of
first time, the mantle of Eisenhower's first term.
global leadership. On April 16, 1953, the
The pressures Eisen- new president spoke to
hower faced during his the American Society
presidency were enor- of Newspaper Editors,
mous. Over the years, as just weeks after Soviet
the Soviet Union ap- dictator Joseph Stalin's
peared to reach military death. In this "Chance for
parity with the United Peace" speech one as
States, political forces important as the fare-
in Washington cried well address but often
out for greater defense overlooked by historians
spending and a more he seized the moment
aggressive approach to to outline the cost of
Moscow. In response, the continued tensions with
administration publicly the U.S.S.R. In addition
asserted that there was to the military dangers
no such thing as absolute such a rivalry imposed,
security. "The problem he said, the confronta-
in defense is how far you tion would exact an
can go without destroy- enormous domestic
ing from within what you price on both societies:

FRISBIE: Estimating


FROM PAGE 4A
haps an inch of topsoil
beneath the grass, there's
a pretty fair chance that
the meter hasn't been
read for substantially
more than 30 days.
That is precisely
what one TV broadcast
showed, the broadcast
when I yearned to shout
a message at the screen.
And when billing in
an entire neighborhood
goes wacky, it is entirely
possible that the whole


"This world in arms
is not spending money
alone. It is spending the
sweat of its laborers, the
genius of its scientists,
the hopes of its children.
The cost of one modern
heavy bomber is this:
a modern brick school
in more than 30 cities.
It is two electric power
plants, each serving a
town of 60,000 popula-
tion. .. We pay for a
single fighter with a
half-million bushels
of wheat. We .pay for a
single destroyer with new


homes that could.have
housed more than 8,000
people.... This is not a
way of life at all, in any
true sense. Under the
cloud of threatening war,
it is humanity hanging
from a cross of iron."
- Eisenhower's words,
from the beginning of his
presidency to the end,
come back to us from
the mists of another era.
They remind us, sadly,
that sometimes we must
revisit our past to learn
what we have always
known.


neighborhood has been
overlooked..
In an imperfect world,
it can happen.
Class is dismissed.

(S. L. Frisbie is retired.
There is no grass growing
over his meter box cover
A lot of oak leaves, but no
grass. He figured he re-
ally ought to check before
finishing this column. He
even checked the meter
reading and compared it
with the last bill. It was
correct.)


build and launch the
project. Bartow High
School teacher David
Harder and his students
helped Frankenburger
shoot.
To learn more about
Frankenburger's proj-
ect and vote for Star54.
corn as a grant winner,
visit www.refreshevery-
thing.com/star54 or text
105384 to phone num-
ber 73774. Votes can be
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For seniors Rodrick
Robinson, DeAndre Joe,
Josh Delph, and Todd
Davis, Tuesday's Senior
Night game this was
going to be their last
regular season opportu-
nity to put on the Yellow
Jacket uniform in The
Hive.
And they earned re-
venge on an earlier loss
to Lake Region beating
them 54-40 Tuesday.
With the win, they im-
proved to 9-9 overall and
6-3 in Class 5A District 6,
overtaking the top seed
in the district with a vic-
tory on Tuesday night.
The tradition at Bar-
tow High School is to
always start the seniors
in their last home game,


and Coach Terrence Mc-
Griff started all four se-
niors, while Robinson is
the only normal starter,
and the seniors got the
Yellow Jackets off to a
great start by scoring the
first eight points.
De Andre Joe hit a
three-pointer from the
left wing and Josh Delph
hit a long two from the
top of the key and a
three-pointer from the
right baseline to get the
Yellow Jackets off to a 8-0
start forcing the Thunder
to call an early timeout.
The Jackets used the
momentum from the
strong start and finished
the quarter with a 13-6
advantage.
In the second quarter,


Looking for revenge
from a loss to Lake
Wales in December,
the Yellow Jackets got
off to a strong start,
though they ultimately
lost the game 59-45.
Rod Robinson
started the game off
strongly and Chris
Perry go.t a dunk off a
great pass from Jordan
White. The Yellow
Jackets did take better
care of the ball, with
only nine first-half
turnovers.
When the half
ended, Lake Wales had
a 28-25 advantage,
mostly due to the
Yellow Jackets giving
up too many extra pos-
sessions on offensive
rebounds. The Yellow
Jackets gave up 13


Joe continued to play
well by hitting another
three and feeding Rob-
inson once and Perry on
the interior for layups.
Ricky Williams and
Perry were sparks off the
bench in the first half as
Williams had nine points
off the bench and Perry
added eight.
The Yellow Jackets
continued to get good
looks at the basket and
played well defensively
holding the Thunder
to eight points in the
second quarter taking a
23-14 lead into the half.
Coming out of the
locker room, two turn-
overs led to two quick
baskets to quickly cut
the margin to five. Delph


offensive rebounds to
the Highlanders.
In the third period,
the Yellow Jackets
came out and the
turnover bug seemed
to hit the Yellow
Jackets again. The
Highlanders capital-
ized when turnovers
on three consecutive
possessions in the final
minute-and-a-half of
the third period turned
into three run-out la-
yups as the Highlander
lead extended from
a three-point margin
at the half to a 46-29
advantage at the end
of the third quarter.
The Yellow Jackets
never got any closer.
Robinson led the Yel-
low Jackets in scoring
with 18 points.


provided a spark again
by hitting his second
three of the game and
then hitting a runner in
the middle of the lane
on the next possession
to increase the Jacket
lead from five to 10.
Turnovers in the third
period cut the margin to
nine to 38-29 by the end
of the period.


The Thunder never
got closer than seven the
rest of the game, as the
Yellow Jackets shot a sea-
son high 71 percent from
the floor and limited the
Thunder to only three
- offensive rebounds the
entire game to defeat the
Thunder 54-40.
Bartow limited the
Thunder to only one


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Delph scored a game
high 10 points, while
fellow senior Robinson
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and nine rebounds. Joe
added six for the Jackets.
Roberson and Earle
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