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Thursday, November 10, 2011 100th Year - No. 7

SENIOR NIGHT FOR BULLDOGS ZHS seniors in football, cheerleading and band are honored. PAGES 4B & 5B

COMMENTARY Columnist Dave Walters writes about the importance of thanking our veterans on Veterans Day. Student columnist Haley Freeland shares teenÕ s perspective on 11-11-11. PAGE 11A

Veterans Day Parade slated for Saturday Downtown Zephyrhills will be the place to be to salute U.S. veterans BY STEVE LEE News Reporter

A downtown parade for Veterans Day might pale in comparison to what at least one former U.S. soldier has witnessed elsewhere, but it is a local tribute nonetheless. Main Street Zephyrhills has organized a Veterans Day Parade for more than six years since taking it over at the request of several veterans groups. The next one is Saturday, Nov. 12, at 2 p.m. Ò They came to Main Street and asked us to help them out with the parade,” said Gina Granger, executive director of Main Street Zephyrhills. Count Air Force veteran and seasonal resident Bill Everett, who has marched in several large Veterans Day parades in his hometown of Bangor, Maine, among those hoping to see more veterans walking in the Zephyrhills parade. Ò I donÕ t expect much of a response from the veterans, but I would like to see a marching unit;

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Shown are the members of the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office mounted posse participating in the 2010 Veterans Day Parade.

Fifth Avenue was packed with vendors and patrons to help support Samaritan Project BY DAVE WALTERS News Reporter

Shoe cutout donations coincide with the Fifth Annual Hike for Hospice set for Saturday.

Hundreds of people packed Fifth Avenue Saturday for the annual Harvest Festival and Business Expo presented by Florida Hospital Zephyrhills to benefit the Samaritan Project of Zephyrhills. Dozens of for profit and non-profit vendors lined Fifth Avenue to raise awareness and funds for their respective organizations and help the Samaritan Project, a shelter for the homeless and a helping hand to others in need. Ò ItÕ s a chance for us to be out in the community and meet people who haven’t heard about the hospital,” said Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Chaplain Doug Higgins. Ò We want to give the spiritual benefit as well.” Higgins noted the festival provides the local religious organizations an opportunity to reach to the community to raise awareness of their efforts. Ò ItÕ s exposure in the community that a lot of the organizations need,” Higgins added. “They don’t normally participate in the other festivals, so this family–oriented event is

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Pasco caps a second straight unbeaten regular season and claims its fifth consecutive district crown with a 9-Mile War win over host Zephyrhills. The Bulldogs post their best volleyball season since 1999. The shorthanded ZHS boys soccer team struggles in season opener.

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Singers from the Joyful Noise group of Lakeland perform in the Bill Eiland Grandstand at Time Square.

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Kids benefit from Pasco Sheriff’s Golf Classic Tournament at Lake Jovita raises about $18,000 for local youth-oriented programs BY STEVE LEE News Reporter

Good news for some youth programs in Pasco County, which benefited to the tune of about $18,000. Proceeds were generated by the Pasco SheriffÕ s Golf Classic Monday at Lake Jovita. Ò Sheriff (Chris) NoccoÕ s committed to distributing the resources to local charities that are youth-oriented,” said spokesman Doug Tobin, who

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Dictionaries for third-graders from Elks BPO Elks 2731 members hand out 115 dictionaries at Chester W. Taylor Jr. Elementary News Reporter

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BY STEVE LEE Two members of BPO Elks 2731 arrived at Chester W. Taylor Jr. Elementary one day last week bearing gifts and that schoolÕ s third-graders might just be smarter for it. The schoolÕ s 115 third-graders from six classes received dictionaries in what has become a tradition started last fall by the Elks, who also passed out dictionaries to elementary students at Centennial, West Zephyrhills (which is actually in its first year) and Woodland last week. Ò I think itÕ s a great opportunity for our students to be able to have the dictionaries accessible at home,Ó said Julie Marks, TaylorÕ s second-year principal. Ò ItÕ s a great thing (the Elks) do for us.Ó One-by-one, boys and girls lined up in the Taylor cafeteria

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Linda Albertson, parent involvement liaison at Taylor Elementary, and BPO Elks 2731 members Bob Cherry and Phil Dahlinger, discuss the dictionary project with students, who line up for their books (below). STEVE LEE and walked up to the stage to pick up their own dictionaries. Handing out the reference books were Elks members Bob Cherry and Phil Dahlinger. Ò W h e n youÕ re seniors in high school we hope you will still have these dictionaries,Ó Dahlinger said, addressing six classes of thirdgraders at Taylor. Ò And you will if you take good care of them.Ó Some boys and girls asked about spell-check on computers and Dahlinger encouraged them to use their dictionaries to look up words. Ò In order to get a word spelled correctly you would need a dictionary,Ó he said. Ò ItÕ s cool I can look up words when I want to,Ó Taylor thirdgrader Tristen Stewart said. Ò I get to look up words with my mom and she can help me find words that I need,” said classmate Tamaya Barnes. Added Haylee Wood, Ò IÕ ll use it for my spelling words.Ó Responses along those lines also are received in written form at the Elks headquarters. Sometimes, Dahlinger noted, the letters are a bit on the humorous side. Ò We get letters from the kids,Ó Dahlinger said. Ò One boy said, Ô I love my dictionary. I also love pizza.Õ We look through them regularly and pick out the funny ones. We read them at the lodge.Ó The dictionaries are part of a nationwide program by the Elks, who also offer scholarship programs. Dahlinger, who in 1995 retired as a school superintendent in Vermont, said the Elks doled out 530 dictionaries to four schools at a cost of $1,056 last week. The six teachers, whose classes took part in the distribution at Taylor, consisted of Dr. Sandra Castellano, Gannon Holleran, Crystal Myers, Jude Spear, Marabeth Ward and Sonya Wilson. Ò It creates lifelong learning,Ó Holleran, a second-year teacher at Taylor, said of students receiving their own dictionaries. Ò We use dictionaries on a daily basis, in reading especially. I try to stress that vocabulary is important, not only in reading but in all the other core subjects; and in writing and basic communication skills.Ó Added Cherry, Ò ThereÕ s a place in front (of each dictionary) where you can put your name and know itÕ s yours.Ó “It’s my first dictionary,” said Jalisa Rhoden, proudly holding up her new book. “I think they definitely appreciate it,” Holleran said of the students. Ò You could see their eyes light up. Ò For them to get excited about this, thatÕ s a teacherÕ s dream right there.Ó

Right and below: After listening to a presentation from Elks members, Taylor Elementary students line up in single file for their dictionaries.

Zephyrhills High School Drama Club produces Neil SimonÕ s, The Odd Couple, Nov. 11 Ð 13. The ZHS Drama Club is preparing a production of Neil SimonÕ s, The Odd Couple. This is however, the female version. In a twist, written by the award winning author, Neil Simon, the familiar characters of Oscar Madison and Felix Unger are replaced by Olive Madison and Florence Unger. Performances are scheduled for Nov. 11 and Nov. 12 at 7 p.m.; and Nov. 13 is a matinee at 2 p.m. Tickets are available at the door. The cost of tickets is $7 for adults and $5 for students. For further information contact David Dorso at (813) 794-6100 or DDorso@pasco.k12.fl.us. VeteranÕ s Parade Nov. 12, 2 p.m. This event is sponsored by Main Street Zephyrhills Inc. Come out and salute our veterans. For more information call (813) 780-1414 or email mszi@ verizon.net. Garden Tractor Pull, Nov. 12, at 12 p.m., Pioneer Florida Museum & Village, 15602 Pioneer Museum Road, Dade City. Weigh-in and free practice pulls begin at 9 a.m. Fees are $10 per pull per class. Six different classes are available. Admission to the Pioneer Museum is $6 for adults, $5 for senior citizens (age 55 or older) and $2 for students. There is no admission charge for children ages 5 and under. For more information call (352) 567-0262. Music & Motorcycles presented by Main Street Zephyrhills, Nov. 12, 2 Ð 9 p.m. There will be live music by The Dive Bar Stalkers, trophies for first and second place, a food court and cold bottled beer for sale. For more information call (813) 7801414 or visit www.mainstreetzephyrhills.org. 23rd Annual Pasco Bug Jam, Nov. 13, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Ò Let It BeÉ etleÓ is the theme of this yearÕ s Bug Jam, at the Pasco County Fairgrounds in Dade City. The Bug Jam traditionally draws more than 500 VWs in the show, plus hundreds of new and used parts vendors. There is also entertainment, childrenÕ s games and food. Spectator admission is $5 for adults, plus a can of food. Children ages 10 and younger are admitted for a can of food. Parking is $2. All proceeds go to charities, including Suncoast Harvest Food Bank that provides food to agencies helping needy people in Pasco and surrounding counties. For more information about the Bug Jam call the Pasco County Fair Office at (352) 567-6678 or visit www.pascobugjam.com. Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Gala, Nov. 17, 6 p.m. Contemporary Jazz Saxophonist and Composer Eric Darius will headline Florida Hospital Zephyrhills FoundationÕ s Annual Gala XV. This yearÕ s Gala, supporting the hospitalÕ s new Breast Health Center, will be held at Saddlebrook ResortÕ s Grand Pavilion. Individual tickets are $150. The 22nd annual golf tournament will be Nov. 18, with a shot-gun start at 8:30 a.m. Registration for the golf tournament begins at 7 a.m. For more information or tickets call Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation office at (813) 783-6144. Symphony in Lights, Nov. 19 through Dec. 31, at The Shops at Wiregrass. The holiday light show is held every hour on the hour from 6 Ð 9 p.m. every night. The light show is choreographed to music and features over 250,000 LED lights. There will even be snow. The Shops at Wiregrass are located on State Road 56. Zephyrhills Saturday Night Cruise, Nov. 26, 4 Ð 8 p.m. Come and enjoy the 50s and 60s music, classic cars, 50/50 raffle and food vendors. The cars will line Fifth Avenue in downtown Zephyrhills. For more information call (813) 780-1414. Magical Christmas Parade, Friday, Dec. 2, 7 p.m. Held in historic downtown Dade City. A tradition to starting off the holiday season the right way. Bring the family and friends, enjoy our Magical Christmas Parade. Come early for dinner at one of our delicious restaurants in historic downtown Dade City. For more information call the Greater Dade City Chamber of Commerce at (352) 567-3769. Dade City Cruise In Car and Motorcycle Show, Saturday, Dec. 3, 3 Ð 8 p.m. Come out and enjoy old cars, food and music by DJ Eddy. Visit the chamber registration booth for a 50/50, raffle, coloring contest, fun and prize opportunites for the children too. Each month there will be a different theme. Vendor space is still available. The cruise in is held around the historic courthouse in downtown Dade City. For more information call the Dade City Chamber of Commerce at ( 352) 5673769. Festival of Lights, Dec. 3, 2 - 9 p.m., downtown Zephyrhills. There will be a parade at 6 p.m. For more information call Main Street Zephyrhills at (813) 780-1414.

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First Christian Church, 6040 8th St. invites the community to the Nov. 13 service. The Lighthouse Ministry will be conducting the service at 10:05 a.m. Sunday school for all ages begins at 9 a.m. Join the cookie and coffee fellowship after morning worship. About 150 people enjoyed FCCÕ s trunk treats Oct. 31. The prayer group meets every Monday at 10 a.m. Bible Study is offered every Thursday at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. For more information about the church call (813) 782-1071 or visit firstchristianzhills.org. Dade City Grace Bible Church, 15000 Citrus Country Dr., Suite 403, has been preaching and teaching GodÕ s message of grace and peace under the pastorate of Willard L. Sessoms and wife, Virginia, for the past several years in the community. GodÕ s message for today is written to all nations and people. Sunday fellowship and get acquainted time begins at 9:30 am with light refreshments. The Bible study and worship is at 10 a.m. There also is a childrenÕ s Bible study class. There are other local Bible studies, conferences, youth camps and functions associated with our church work. This year marked the 23rd Annual Florida Regional Grace Conference with messages and teaching concerning the 400th Year Anniversary of our Authorized King JamesÕ Bible. These are on our church web site link. On the Internet, Thursdays at 7 p.m., the church hosts a live Bible study chat room through www/PalTalk. com with Pastor Willard Sessoms. The PalTalk chat room is free. You must first register by choosing a nickname for yourself, which will be your name in the room. Then create a secure password. Then go to the PalTalk Messenger icon on your desktop, you will find our room in the Christianity room listed as: Bible Truth For Today. The current Bible study is on Basic Bible Doctrines. All the meetings are free. There are Bible studies in Zephyrhills and Brooksville as well as other grace churches. If you would like more information regarding our church and meetings call (352) 567-3955 or visit www.BibleTruthForToday.com.

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First Presbyterian Church of Zephyrhills, 5510 19th St., invites everyone to attend worship services each Sunday at 10 a.m. Communion is observed the first Sunday of each month. Sunday School for adults is at 8:30 a.m. Children and youth are dismissed to classes during the 10 a.m. worship. Choir practice is held Wednesdays at 7 p.m. and Bible study at 7 p.m. Handbells are held 8 p.m. Thursdays. The FRESH Youth Group (Friends Respecting Each OtherÕ s Special Harmony) includes middle and high school-aged youth and meets on Wednesdays at 5 p.m. Single Seniors meet the second and fourth Sunday of each month following the worship. The fall bazaar will be Nov. 12, 8 a.m. Ð 1 p.m. and will have baked goods, handmade crafts and the famous cookie walk. Munch-a-Bunch Lunch will be at 11 a.m. Next movie night will be Nov. 19 at 6 p.m. First Presbyterian Church of Zephyrhills is a Stephen Ministry Congregation. For more information visit www. firstpcz.org. First Congregational Church, 7900 Fort King Rd., service begins at 10:30. Fall is right around the corner and many of our snowbirds will be returning very soon. In fact, some are already here. If you are new to the area, we welcome you to worship with us. Trinity Church of Wesley Chapel, 33425 State Road 54, is gearing up for the fall season. There are three different services; an unplugged blended service at 9 a.m.; traditional at 10:45 a.m., with full choir; and a contemporary praise now service, 12:45 p.m. A GrannyÕ s Attic is planned for Nov. 12, 8 a.m. 1 p.m. Venders or crafters are given the opportunity to purchase a table for $10. For more information about programs or the church call (813) 788-2898. Trinity is an Independent Christian Church. Zephyr Christian Church, 5940 Dogwood St. Thursday school and classes are from 9:30 Ð 11:30 a.m. Thursday school is a free program for 3 - 4 year-olds (must be potty trained) to experience a positive school setting to learn social skills, al-

phabet, numbers, shapes and much more in a Christian setting. They are accepting applications and space is limited as there will only be 16 children allowed. For more information call (813) 782-8893 between 9 a.m. Ð 12 pm.

First Baptist Church of Zephyrhills, 38231 Fifth Ave., the downtown church, one block from the red light at US 301 and Fifth Avenue, invites everyone to visit a going church with a coming Savior. Church visitation is every Monday at 5 p.m. and Saturday at 9:30 a.m. The childrenÕ s choir, under the direction of Dawn Paul, meets Sunday at 6 p.m. The Sunrise Prayer Warriors meet in the conference room of the church office weekday mornings from 6 - 7 a.m. Jerry Korusek is the Prayer Warriors Leader. If you know of someone who serves with any of our Armed Forces, police department, fire department or paramedics and would like for us to pray for them, call the church with their names. We will place them on our Honor Board. The Sunday services are: Sunday school for all ages 9:30 a.m.; worship service, 10:45 a.m.; evening service, 6 p.m.; and Wednesday mid-week service, 6:30 p.m. ChildrenÕ s activities and choir practice are at 6:30 p.m. For more information call the church at (813) 782-5574. Grace Baptist Church, 10011 South Hwy 301, Dade City, has called Rev. S.L. Carpenter as pastor. Pastor Carpenter is a graduate of Pasco Comprehensive High School in Dade City and of Bethany Bible College in Dothan, Ala. He has been serving at Grace Baptist Church as associate pastor with his wife and three children since January 1996. Pastor Carpenter is excited and looking forward to getting some new ministries started. Services at Grace Baptist Church are as follows: Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Sunday morning, 11 a.m.; and Sunday evening, 6 p.m. For more information visit www.gracebaptistdc.org.

real action for hurting people and a hurting church, includes nightly classes in every walk of life recovery, i.e., drugs, alcohol, co-dependency, pain and unforgiveness. Classes and groups are as follows: Overcomers 12-Step, Monday and Friday, 7 - 9 p.m.; Anger Management, Tuesdays; and anger management, Wednesday. Sundays, donuts and coffee fellowship, 9:30 a.m.; testimonies and/or life application teaching, 9:45 - 10:30 a.m.; praise and worship, including ole-time religion, gather style country gospel, contemporary, inviting the Holy Spirit to take control, heal, deliver and set free; and Revival Service, 10:45 and 6 p.m. Sunday morning service begins a prophetic teaching on the entire book of Revelations. We are excited to announce that Hope House Recovery is now Hope Safe House, due to the drastic changes in the economy. We offer housing to anyone who wants a safe, clean, Christian home for $75 weekly donation. For those who need food, we are also able to supply those who reside at the ministry. There will be a rummage sale at the center every Wednesday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. clothing, as well as most items, are limited to $1. All donations will be greatly appreciated. It is time we all cross community denominational lines to bring the body together for a central goal, to better lives, families, community and the church. If anyone is interested in taking positive community action, we are offering our building for gatherings during the day for a minimal donation. For more information call Pastor Marie at (813) 997-3679. East Pasco Seventh-day Adventist Church has a mission to reach others by living and sharing GodÕ s love. Bible Study is on Saturday, 9:30 a.m.

and church service at 10:50 a.m. Mid-week prayer services, our Adventurer and Pathfinder Program will begin again in the fall. Just 2-a-week program encourages individuals to donate two nonperishable items per week to help those in need. Our community service department sponsors a donation program to assist our local community food banks. Alcoholics Anonymous Group meetings are held Friday mornings 10 - 11 a.m. in the fellowship hall. For more information call Art at (813) 780-8041. Adventurer Program is a part of a worldwide organization. It is designed for children ages 6-9 years of age, so they can learn Christian values. This groups meets on Tuesdays from 6:30 Ð 8 p.m. The Bags of Love program was inspired by the national Ò ItÕ s My Very OwnÓ program started by an Adventist family in Kentucky. For more information or to help visit www.imvo.org or call (813) 782-2000. A free community supper to anyone in need of nutritional support, fellowship, emotional and spiritual feeding, Wednesdays, 5 - 6 p.m. in our fellowship hall. The doors open at 4:45 p.m. For more information call Cheryl at (352) 540-1851. The community services department sponsors a donation program to assist our local community food banks. Just 2-a-week encourages individuals to donate two nonperishable items per week to help those in need. All donations are welcome. Vegetarian food store is open Wednesdays from 3 Ð 6 p.m. They stock Worthington, Loma Linda and Cedar Lake canned and frozen products. Fresh honey is available. For more information call the church at (813) 782-2000 or visit our website at epsdachurch.org.

Stephen Ray German German, Stephen Ray AKA Steve Michaels, 49 of Dade City, died Nov. 1, 2011 in Dade City from complications of diabetes. He was the loving son of Walter and Patricia German of Dade City and is survived by his siblings Kelli Hunter and her husband Stephen of Lakeland; Cindy Kung and her husband Andrew of Walpole, Maine; and Michael German and his wife Karen of San Antonio, Fla.; and many nieces and nephews. A 1980 graduate of Pasco Comprehensive High School, he went on to establish a long and successful career in broadcasting beginning at the age of 15 at WDCF in Dade City. His distinguished and reassuring speaking voice made him a popular disc jockey from Florida to the Northeast and cities in between. He was famous for his personal appearances, live broadcasts and commercials. Steve was operations manager for several radio stations, responsible for keeping them up and on the air. As a faculty member of The Connecticut School Of Broadcasting, he taught all aspects of the broadcasting industry. He cherished spending time with his family and the ocean. He was known and will be remembered for his encyclopedic memory of popular music and his priceless sense of humor. Steve was loved by many and will be sorely missed. Friends and family were invited to attend a memorial service at the 301 Chapel of Hodges Family Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in SteveÕ s memory to the American Diabetes Association or the First United Methodist Church in Dade City.

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38231 Fifth Avenue Zephyrhills, FL 33542 • 782-5574 Pastor Robert McKinney Sunday Sunday School ................... 9:30am Worship ............................10:45am Evening Worship................6:00pm Children’s Choir ..................6:00pm Wednesday Service.................................. 6:30pm Choir Practice ....................6:30pm Children’s Activities ...........6:30pm

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Corner 16th Street & 5th Avenue Reverend Theobald Weria, Pastor (813) 782-2813 Fax: (813) 788-1036 Sunday Masses: Saturday Vigil.....................4:00pm (December - Easter) ...........6:00pm Sunday.......7:00, 9:00, & 11:00am Weekday Masses: M, T, R, F.............................8:00am Wednesday .....8:00am & 7:00pm Saturday & Holidays .........8:30am The Sacrament of Reconciliation: Saturday Morning..............9:15am Thur. before 1st Fri............ 8:45am Holy Hour of Eucharistic Adoration: Thursday ....................8:30-9:30am Saint Joseph Novena: Wednesday ........................7:30am Charismatic Prayer Group: Sunday................................6:30pm Youth Mass Last Sunday Each Month........................9:00am

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Above: Members of the First Presbyterian Church Walk through Bethlehem group meet CT the Clown at the Harvest Festival/Business Expo in Zephyrhills. Above left: Staff at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills greets patrons during the annual Harvest Festival/Business Expo Saturday.

Far left: Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church was one of many churches who greeted the throngs of people downtown. Left: Fifth Avenue was packed for the annual Harvest Festival/Business Expo. Below: Uncle Sam, Buck Winslow, greeted patrons at the Conservative Club of East Pasco tent Saturday afternoon. DAVE WALTERS

➤FESTIVAL: From Page 1A perfect for them.Ó That couldnÕ t be more true for the Zephyrhills Pregnancy Care Center as it took the opportunity to hold a bake sale and hand out valuable information about the center. Ò Its outreach so we can let the community know what our services are,Ó said director Terry Luna. Ò We are letting them know what we do to help the community. Donations help us keep our doors open. Ò This event is wonderful because people can come out and see what Zephyrhills is all about and what a great place it is to live. They can see the harmony of the community working together to service the needs of the people who live here.Ó Music, food and public outreach were on the menu for the event for a good cause. The Samaritan Project is a unique community

wide partnership of government, business and faith based organizations with a defined goal to meet the individual needs of the community. The homeless community has been growing and changing due to the poor economy and depressed housing market. Today, the Chancey Road Christian Church is both church and community center. All parts of the church are used at various times for the Samaritan Project. Daily, 80 or more boxes of good staple food, donated in part from Sweetbay and Publix, are prepared and picked up by the recipients in the church sanctuary. Ò The turnout is good, itÕ s more than I expected,Ó said Pastor Tim Mitchell of Chancey Road Christian Church. Ò This is great exposure for the Samaritan Project. The financial impact is we raised a couple thousand dollars to help folks out there. We would like to see it bigger and better. “We will definitely keep doing it and we, along with all the churches, will help people whenever we can.Ó

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Above: Golfers who participated in the tournament at Lake Jovita get in a few practice cuts. Left: Golf carts are all lined up and ready to go for Monday’s golf classic. Below: Employees from Carrabba’s had food hot and ready to serve.

➤GOLF: From Page 1A Tobin, who has helped organize the golf outing since 2005, was pleased with an increase in sponsorship that included restaurants, beverage companies and Nestle Waters of Zephyrhills. Ò What weÕ ve tried to do is bring more vendors in and more sponsorships, so we can have a more entertaining experience for the golfers out there,Ó Tobin said. Ò When youÕ re running a golf tournament sponsorships is where you make your money,Ó he added. As for the turnout, Tobin said, Ò We were happy with that. We had a little surge at the end.Ó

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Halloween coloring Grand openings at two contest winners apartment complexes Andrew Mobley, Age 6

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Above: Members of the Zephyrhills and Dade City chambers of commerce, along with various community and business leaders, recently shared in a symbolic ribbon cutting with Fort King Colony employees. Below: Grand Reserve residents Reva Wheatcraft and Carolyn Eames chat at the front desk with property manager Stephanie Paradise and leasing consultant Chrisi Altman. STEVE LEE

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The combined efforts of two neighboring chambers of commerce kicked off recent celebrations of two local apartment complexes owned by the same company. Ribbon-cutting ceremonies attended by chamber members from Zephyrhills and Dade City, along with numerous business and community leaders, took place at Fort King Colony Oct. 20 and Grand Reserve Oct. 25. Construction on the complexes, owned by Richman Group Development Corporation, began in 2010 and leases had been accepted since last spring. Prices at both sites are in the $600$820 monthly range. Ò WeÕ re extremely excited,Ó said Kristen Pelletier, activities director for both properties. Ò The Dade City and Zephyrhills chambers have been phenomenal in helping us put this together. Both grand openings had a bigger turnout than most grand openings, just from what IÕ m told.Ó For Emma Premier, leasing operations manager for both Zephyrhills sites, the timing could not have been better since it coincides with snowbirds returning to the area. Ò We have been taking applications daily,Ó she said. Ò It is picking up, because of the holiday season. We are starting to get phone calls from snowbirds.Ó Those calls have been coming in from Canada and northern states with Premier saying, Ò We have expected it.Ó Fort King Colony has 120 units of one-three bedrooms. There are five buildings in the family-oriented complex situated on 13.3 acres at 6885 Aqua Vista Dr. off Daughtery Road near Fort King Highway. Grand Reserve is geared for 55-and-over residents and has 160 units with four buildings on 12 acres. The complex, which offers one and two bedrooms, is located at 38422 Valley Oaks Cir.

Pelletier is entrusted with organizing activities geared toward each of the new residential properties in Zephyrhills. There will be more family-oriented activities at Fort King Colony while more things to do will be offered for seniors at Grand Reserve. Along those lines for seniors are computer training classes and video chatting. Ò ThatÕ s something I had mentioned to the residents and they seem pretty excited about it,Ó Pelletier said. Ò WeÕ ll be able to get our seniors back in contact with their families. ItÕ ll be fun.Ó Other senior programs in the works, Pelletier noted, are arts and crafts, bingo, ice cream socials, tea trivia and coffee talk. As for Fort King Colony programs, Pelletier said there will be contests on the Wii, game nights, arts and crafts with more activities scheduled during the evening and on weekends to accommodate family schedules. As the snowbirds begin to come back down to Florida and Zephyrhills in particular, Pelletier has noticed more folks stopping by to check out Fort King Colony and the Grand Reserve. Ò WeÕ re excited about it,Ó she said. Ò WeÕ re happy that people are coming in and taking tours. ItÕ s getting into season now and the traffic has picked up.” Premier noted that some residents who occupy apartments are already becoming acclimated to their new surroundings. Ò Our residents are meeting with their neighbors,Ó she said. Ò They look forward to interacting with each other. They want to make friends.Ó Premier said it usually takes about six months for one of the companyÕ s apartment complexes to reach capacity and Pelletier estimated that both sites currently are at a 10 percent occupancy rate.

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SALOME’S STARS ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Some changes might seem confusing at first, especially to an Aries whose impatience levels are pretty shaky this week. Take it one step at a time, Lamb, and soon all will be made clear. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) That difficult situation you’ve been dealing with continues to call for careful handling. Avoid quickly made choices that might not stand up when they’re finally put to the test. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) You still have lots of evaluating to do before you can consider making a commitment. It’s better to move cautiously than to risk stumbling into a major misunderstanding. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) A previously peevish partner offers to be more helpful with your problems. But remember: The final choice is yours. Be guided by what you feel is the right thing to do.

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LEO (July 23 to August 22) As the Big Cat, you can sometimes be pretty rough on those you suspect of betrayal. The best advice is to pull in those claws and listen to the explanation. It might surprise you. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Your inner voice usually guides you well. But a note of caution: This is a period of mixed signals for you, so be careful you don’t misunderstand the messages you’re getting. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Cupid’s call beckons both single Librans looking for a new love, as well as couples hoping to strengthen their relationships. A workplace problem is quickly resolved. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) It’s been a hectic time for you, and you might want to take a break to restore both body and soul. You’ll then be set to face new challenges later this month. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) It’s a good idea to take a more conservative approach to your financial situation right now. Some plans made earlier this year might need readjusting.

CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) This is a fine time to move boldly into those new opportunities I promised would open up for you. Check them over, and then choose the best one for you. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) Congratulations. Your self-assurance is growing stronger, and you should now feel more confident about making that long-deferred decision about a possible commitment. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) You’re very close to reaching your goal. But be wary of distractions that can lure you off-course and leave you stranded far away from where you really want to be. BORN THIS WEEK: You have an inner sight that helps you see into people’s hearts. You would be an excellent psychologist or social worker. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

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•It was the 40th president of the United States, Ronald Wilson Reagan, who made the following sage observation: “Politics is not a bad profession. If you succeed there are many rewards; if you disgrace yourself you can always write a book.” •If you’re like 75 percent of Americans, you like to doodle. •There was a shipwreck in 1664 that had only one survivor, one in 1785 that also resulted in all but one aboard being killed, and one in 1860 that likewise left a single person alive. Considering the fact that shipwrecks are not that uncommon -- particularly in the heyday of ocean travel -- you might not think this much of a coincidence. Think again, though; in each of those shipwrecks, the sole survivor was named Hugh Williams. •Those who study such things say that Roman Emperor Caligula’s last words were, “I’m still alive!” •If you go bankrupt, your creditors are forbidden from seizing your wedding ring to pay debts. •In 1984, a woman named Deborah Martorano was shopping at Bloomingdale’s in New York City, when one of the store’s employees, a perfume demonstrator, sprayed her with scent. The experience evidently caused Martorano, who suffered from allergies and asthma, to spend 10 days in a hospital. This respiratory distress resulted in a $75,000 settlement from the store. This deal occurred in a team-of-four match. At the first table, West led a diamond against three notrump, declarer winning East’s jack with the queen. South could count seven immediate winners and needed two more for his contract. His best source of additional tricks was the heart suit, so he led the ten and let it ride after West followed low. Had West held the queen, South would have made the contract with an overtrick. But East took the ten with the queen and returned a diamond. West’s diamonds thus became established while he still had the ace of hearts, and declarer went down one. The bidding and opening lead at the other table were exactly the same, but here declarer made the contract. He won the diamond lead with the queen, led a spade to dummy’s queen and returned a low heart. East followed low, as most players would, and South played the ten.

West ducked in order to preserve his entry, but it availed him naught. Declarer led another heart, West playing low again, but South -- having already located the queen -- went up with the king, felling East’s queen. Another heart lead forced out the ace, and South finished with an overtrick. Despite the unusual nature of the second declarer’s method of play, it had a very sound foundation. South didn’t mind losing a trick to the queen if West had it, since West could not make a damaging return. Declarer’s only real concern from the start was that East might win the first heart with the queen and return a diamond through the A-10, so he took steps to prevent this from happening. In effect, South assumed that East had the queen. If this was the case, there was an excellent chance that he would not play it if the first heart lead came from dummy.

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Everyday should be Veterans Day Veterans of our military sacrifice their innocence, time with their friends and family, their bodies and sometimes their lives BY DAVE WALTERS to protect this country. Regardless of your thoughts on war, weÕ re all indebted to our troops. Like President John F. Kennedy said, Ò As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.Ó In 1919, President Wilson declared November 11th as a day of pride and gratitude for those who had served our country. The date was significant because it was the official end to the “war to end all warsÓ -- World War I. The day was to be commemorated with thanksgiving and prayer and was primarily set aside to honor veterans of World War I. In 1938, Armistice Day Ð as it was originally called -- became a legal holiday.

A few years later in 1954 just after World War II ended, Congress changed the day from Ò ArmisticeÓ to Ò veteransÓ day. Since then, Veterans Day has been designated to honor American veterans of all wars and, with the exception of a few years in which it was celebrated on a Monday -- November 11th has been that date. Today, almost a hundred years later, Veterans Day is set aside so that we Ð as a country Ð can celebrate and honor all of our veterans for their patriotism, love of country and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good. Many have served and sacrificed since before the Revolution and until this very day and many more will continue to do the same. For this, we are grateful. For this, we will forever be indebted. We should not have to set aside a day to show our appreciation to our veterans or to be thankful for those who have fought so that we can live in this great country with our many freedoms, but we should take that day Ð along with any other day Ð to show our gratitude.

We should always respect our veterans. If not for them, we might not have the freedom to pay such a tribute. However, we must do more than put on a show for one day, one celebration, one parade or one special event. We should carry our respect of our veterans with us each day. We should show our gratitude in the manner that we live our lives and the message we share with our children. It is our responsibility to teach each generation of the sacrifice made in order that we can live freely. We must teach them that freedom does not come without a price Ð and often that price is life. Freedom should never be taken for granted. I am thankful for all those who have paid the price to give me that right. We are blessed that our freedom is such that it can be taken for granted. However, it is also a blessing to be able to appreciate those who paid for our freedom. Happy Veterans Day to all those who are serving and who have served our country -- you are the reason this is a great nation.

Once again, as a salute to area veterans, there will be a downtown Veterans Day Parade. This yearÕ s parade is slated for Saturday, a day after Veterans Day. What do you think of the timing for the parade?

“It would make a lot of difference to a veteran, because this was established for them. If Veterans Day is on Friday the parade ought to be on Friday.” — Martha George, Zephyrhills resident

“I’m a veteran and I’d like to have it on Veterans Day, but that’s fine. At least they do it.” — Gerald Agle, Zephyrhills resident

“I think it’s a good thing, because most people are working on Friday. Saturday makes it so more people can go.” — Kathi Nagy, Zephyrhills resident

“It absolutely has to be on Saturday, because people are working on Friday.” — Mike Munger, Zephyrhills resident

“I think it should be on Veterans Day, but I’m glad they’re celebrating it.” — Chuck Rodgers, Zephyrhills seasonal resident

“I’m just glad that they’re having it and that they’re supporting the veterans either way.” — Lorenzo Limoges, Zephyrhills resident

11-11-11 means something different for some teens

SCHOOL DAZE By Haley Freeland, Student Columnist

Everybody has superstitions that they follow. Mine is I canÕ t leave home without a certain piece of jewelry. For others it could be not stepping on the cracks, wearing a lucky pair of underwear, or simply making a wish at 11:11 p.m. on the calendar date of 11-11-11. Silly, yes, but several teens at Zephyrhills High School take this superstition very seriously, especially since November 11, 2011 (commonly known as Veterans Day) is coming up. Teens have put some serious thought into it, believing that this is the day their wish could come true.

This scenario to teens is like a genie in the bottle, only instead of three wishes itÕ s only one. So some, like junior Brian Fike, have been considering exactly what they plan on wishing for all week long. Ò I have been thinking about this all week, because this could be the one chance where I can make a wish and it might come true,Ó Fike said. Ò DonÕ t want to waste this opportunity.Ó Some, like senior Kristina Eastep, are taking this one wish deal very seriously. Ò ItÕ s a lot to think about, if you take the superstition seriously,Ó she said, Ò but if my wish were to come true I would want it to be meaningful and affect my life in a positive way. So IÕ m probably going to wish for the perfect scholarship for art school or something along the lines of that.Ó Others are planning on wishing for something that will bring more fun to their life. Take, for example, Dustin Hagelin and his brother Garret. Ò IÕ d like to become a superhero with the ability to transport everywhere, so I wouldnÕ t have to walk everywhere,Ó Garret, a sophomore, reasoned. Meanwhile older brother Dustin, a

senior, said, Ò I want to be invisible. That way I can sneak away from my mom when she forces me to go grocery shopping with her.Ó Then there are the few who just donÕ t know what to wish for. Senior Alex Kitchen is among those students who face this dilemma. Ò I just donÕ t know what I really want,Ó he said. Ò Knowing what you want out of life in one sentence; itÕ s hard to answer right on the spot.Ó It is rather hard, for some, to accept a superstition such as this one in a serious way. These skeptics, like Chris Stiles, just question whether these wishes will actually come true. Ò I donÕ t see what the big deal is all about,Ó said Stiles, a senior. Ò ItÕ s just a coincidence in the date in time.Ó It is rather hard, for some, to accept a superstition like this in a serious way. As for me I would say what I wished for, but then it wonÕ t come true. However, that is just in my opinion. Like most teens, and some adults, I will be waiting up until 11:11 p.m. on 1111-11 to make that one wish that I hope will come true.

➤VETERANS: From Page 1A even the ladies auxiliary too,Ó Everett said. Ò Be proud of your service.Ó Gina Granger welcomes veterans who would like to walk or ride a motorcycle since the parade coincides with Main StreetÕ s Music and Motorcycles event. Veterans must go to the Main Street Zephyrhills office at 5224 7th St. to register. Just because there have not been many individuals marching in past parades does not mean veterans are not welcome to do so this year, Granger emphasized. Ò If youÕ re a veteran and you want to come march in the parade, weÕ d love to have that,Ó she said. Ò I donÕ t want folks to not participate because they don’t have a float or convertible.” Last yearÕ s Veterans Day Parade downtown included 35 entries with Granger indicating that the annual event continues to grow. Ò Hopefully, one day itÕ ll be as big as our Founders Day and Festival of Lights parades,Ó she said. Ò ItÕ s a great event. You get a lot of folks that want to come out and salute the veterans. It really brings out the patriotic spirit in the community.Ó Amvets Post 550 is one veterans group that wants no part of the parade. Rather, some of their members plan to commemorate Veterans Day with a flag ceremony and presentation of colors in Zephyr Park on Friday, the actual Veterans Day on the calendar, just as they have done for the past three years. Ò As far as weÕ re concerned itÕ s not a Veterans Day Parade anymore. ItÕ s for motorcycles and all that,Ó said Jim Marshall, commander of Amvets Post 550. Ò Veterans Day is 11-11-11,Ó Marshall said, noting that the parade is the following day and in the afternoon. Jerry McMichael concurred with the commander of the Military Order of the Purple Heart Zephyrhills saying none among his group planned to march in this yearÕ s parade.

Members of the East Pasco United Veterans Council gathered at the beginning of the 2010 Veterans Day ceremony at Zephyr Park in Zephyrhills. Ò WeÕ ve marched in the parade (in the past), but this year weÕ re not,Ó McMichael said. Ò We think Veterans Day is Veterans Day. ItÕ s not Nov. 12. Ò I think most military organizations feel that way,Ó he continued. Ò If youÕ re going to have a Veterans Day Parade it should be on Veterans Day.Ó Andy Nagy, a spokesman for American Leagion Post 118, can understand both sides of the issue. While he is aware of Main Street favoring the parade on a Saturday and tying it in with Music and Motorcycles to draw more people he also appreciates the stance of veterans preferring to have the parade on Veterans Day. Ò (The legion) is disappointed that there has been miscommunication,Ó said Nagy, noting things might have been different had Post 118 received an invitation for the parade. Ò We hope that it will improve in the future.Ó

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SPORTS SCHEDULES NOV. 10-16 Nov. 10

Zephyrhills football at Wiregrass Ranch, 7:30 p.m.

Zephyrhills boys soccer hosts Fivay, 7:45 p.m. Wesley Chapel boys soccer hosts Central, 7:30 p.m.

Zephyrhills girls soccer, at River Ridge, 7:30 p.m. Pasco girls soccer at Anclote, 7:30 p.m.

Zephyrhills girls basketball hosts preseason classic with Pasco and Anclote, 5 p.m. Stewart Middle girls basketball hosts Rushe, 6 p.m.

Centennial Middle girls basketball hosts Pasco, 6 p.m. Stewart Middle boys soccer at Rushe, 6 p.m.

Centennial Middle boys soccer at Pasco, 6 p.m.

Nov. 14

Zephyrhills boys soccer hosts Sunlake, 7:30 p.m.

9-Mile War goes to Pasco, 45-0

Zephyrhills needs win Thursday against Wiregrass Ranch for winning season BY DAVE WALTERS Sports Reporter

When it comes to stopping PascoÕ s offensive weapons, no one has done it this season. Zephyrhills didnÕ t do it either Friday night as Pasco rolled to a 45-0 rivalry win to take the 9-Mile War. The Pirates were dominant on offense, defense and special teams to put an exclamation point on their second consecutive perfect 10-0. The victory moved PascoÕ s regular season winning streak to 28 games and clinched their fifth consecutive district title. Zephyrhills fell to 5-4 and was eliminated from playoff contention. The icing on the victory cake for Pasco coach Tom McHugh was when he was hoisted on the shoulders of his players and carried around Bulldog Stadium. Ò All I can say is 10-0 is nice,Ó McHugh said. Ò I think we did a good job offensively and defensively and we had a good game plan. The kids executed the plays and IÕ m happy with it. “We watched film every day. We had concentrations, game plans and assignments. They all knew what they were told to do.Ó The Bulldog loss put a damper on the seniors where several Bulldogs played their final game at Bulldog Stadium. It was a bitter loss for the seniors who saw their playoff chances taken from them in a lopsided loss to their backyard rival. Ò I canÕ t believe itÕ s over,Õ said Zephyrhills senior

Pasco and Zephyrhills prepare to line up for the final play of the first half with the Pirates holding a 31-0 advantage. captain Adrian Sanchez. Ò Everyone told me your season will be over like that. I didnÕ t think it would happen like this. Ò I have to hand it to them. Usually teams have speed and strength on certain areas of the field. They had it everywhere. They had the total package. They worked for it.Ó PascoÕ s speed on offense came from running

District champion Bulldogs go 1-1 in the regionals for best season since 1999

Wiregrass Ranch boys soccer at Hernando, 6 p.m.

Zephyrhills girls soccer at Sunlake, 7 p.m.

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Pasco girls soccer hosts Land OÕ Lakes, 8 p.m. Wiregrass Ranch girls soccer hosts Wesley Chapel, 6 p.m.

Pasco girls basketball hosts Lakeland Sonrise Christian, 7 p.m.

Nov. 15

Stewart Middle girls basketball hosts Pasco, 6 p.m.

Centennial Middle girls basketball at Rushe, 6 p.m. Stewart Middle boys soccer at Pasco, 6 p.m.

Centennial Middle boys soccer hosts Rushe, 6 p.m.

Nov. 16

Zephyrhills boys soccer hosts Ridgewood, 7:30 p.m.

Pasco boys soccer hosts Wesley Chapel, 7:45 p.m. Wiregrass Ranch boys soccer at Anclote, 6 p.m.

Zephyrhills girls soccer at Ridgewood, 8 p.m. Pasco girls soccer at Wesley Chapel, 7:30 p.m. Wiregrass Ranch girls soccer hosts Anclote, 6 p.m.

back David Emmanuel, who scored on runs of 7 and 49 yards. Janarion Grant added a touchdown on the ground for 28 yards and another TD reception for 43 yards from quarterback Jacob Guy. The weapons on defense showed their blazing speed and power as Malik Johns and

➤ZHS FOOTBALL: See Page 6B & 7B

Zephyrhills volleyball team returns to playoffs

Pasco boys soccer at Land OÕ Lakes, 8 p.m.

Zephyrhills girls basketball hosts Land OÕ Lakes, 7:30 p.m.

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Coach Dan Muir calls a timeout during the region quarterfinal against Crystal River to discuss strategy with the Zephyrhills volleyball players. The Bulldogs split a pair of postseason games. STEVE LEE

This has been a season that has rendered Zephyrhills High volleyball coach Dan Muir speechless. Ò I canÕ t talk,Ó he said after a close win over Crystal River in the region quarterfinals. The Bulldogs accomplished a few things they had not done in a long time. They won their first district title since 1999 and first playoff game since that season as well.

But Zephyrhills failed to match that team’s run to the state final four by losing to Nature Coast in Tuesday’s region semifinals. The Class 5A, District 8 champion Bulldogs, who made the playoffs for the second time in three seasons, finished 18-9 after that season-ending loss in Brooksville. That marked their best finish in 12 years. “This is the first time we’ve gotten this far in 12 years,Ó Muir said. Ò These girls have nothing to hang their heads about. IÕ m sorry to see it end. This is my favorite team.Ó In the season finale, Zephyrhills suffered a three-game sweep Ñ 25-13, 25-15, 26-24 Ñ against Nature Coast, which has only lost twice this season and was a region

➤VOLLEYBALL: See Page 8B

No rest for the Bulldogs in 4-0 loss to Wiregrass With no substitutes, Zephyrhills hangs with Bulls in BrownÕ s debut BY DAVE WALTERS Sports Reporter

Effort and determination were not at a shortage for the Zephyrhills Bulldogs boys soccer team Monday night, but depth was definitely lacking in a season-opening 4-0 loss to Wiregrass Ranch. First-year coach Shawn Brown made his debut at home and had no problems working out his lineup, because his current roster features just enough players to field a team. While he had no substitutes, Brown could not help but boast about his Bulldogs,

who played the entire 80 minutes without a break. An injury or red-card penalty would have forced BrownÕ s squad to play shorthanded. The Bulldogs trailed just 1-0 at halftime after going toe-to-toe with the Bulls, who had more subsistitutes on the bench than they did on the field. As fatigue set in midway through the second half, Wiregrass was able to exploit it and add three more goals. Ò That was not a 4-0 game,Õ said Wiregrass coach Dave Wilson. Ò That team (Zephyrhills) is a lot different than the team we faced last year. I am not unhappy with the way we played. Ò Our depth is good and I donÕ t have time to play everyone we have. I would have given players to Zephyrhills if I could. The fatigue was catching up with them later in the game, but they are a good team.Ó

➤SOCCER: See Page 9B

The 2011-12 Zephyrhills boy soccer team is, from left, coach Gene Brimmer, coach Shawn Brown, Brandon O’kane, Jair Brown, Drew Drinkwater, Eddie Strickland, Karl Kroh, Michael Heaton, Gunnar Chauncey, Jalen Brown, Aiden Morehouse, Eric Olascoaga, Jake Burgess, Andrew Garcia, Tyler Dukes, Dominic Viera, Roman Farias, Kevin Barrett and Kelly Kepinski. DAVE WALTERS


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Shoe cutout donations coincide with annual hospice hike

Employees at the Gulfside Center for Hospice Care in Zephyrhills sort through shoe cutouts that will be strung STEVE LEE along the walk and run routes for this weekend’s Fifth Annual Hike for Hospice.

GulfsideÕ s Hike for Hospice is Saturday at Wesley Chapel District Park BY STEVE LEE News Reporter

Gulfside Regional Hospice is doing its best to provide shoes Ñ albeit small paper cutouts for a dollar — for an upcoming benefit. The pre-sales began in June and are part of this weekendÕ s Hike for Hospice at Wesley Chapel District Park. The fifth annual hike, which former Tampa Bay Buccaneer fullback Mike Alstott has been a part of since its inception in 2007, is Saturday morning. Registration begins at 7 a.m., followed by a 5K (five kilometers or 3.1 miles) run at 8 a.m. and 5K walk at 9 a.m. Costs for the run/walk are $25 for adults, $15 for students ages 11 through college, and $5 for 10-and-under. Hikers receive T-shirts, breakfast, ice cream and drinks. The park is located at 7727 Boyette Rd., just east of State Road 54. The paper shoes provide a way for people to donate to the cause, whether or not they plan to run or walk in Saturday’s annual event. For $1, folks get to write the name of a loved one or anyone else they choose to dedicate their donation to. “Our front wall is covered with them,” said Linda Browning, store manager of the Gulfside Regional Hospice Thrift Shoppe in Zephyrhills. Added volunteer liaison Beverly Peacock, “We have sold a lot of them and, hopefully, a lot of people will sign up for the walk.” That Zephyrhills location is among five thrift shoppes for the hospice organization in Pasco County. The others are in Dade City, Hudson, Lutz and New Port Richey. Ò We greatly appreciate all the patrons

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who come into the thrift shoppes and donate,” said Linda Ward, president of Gulfside Regional Hospice. The idea for the paper shoes is the brainchild of Ashley Juno, director of community relations for Gulfside Regional Hospice. This is the third shoe drive with the first two combining for more than $2,000, said Juno, who copied the idea from other health organizations that use shoes or other symbols for fundraising efforts. “I just thought it would be another way we could fundraise and earn money for the (hike),” Juno said. “It’s something that anyone, if you had an extra dollar, could support. “I had to talk to Linda (Ward) and she loved the idea.” Like some hospice employees, Juno knows firsthand about the loss of loved ones and the benefits of hospice. She lost her father, Brent Mann, when she was 13 and her grandmother, Leila Mann, was in hospice care when she passed away in 2000. Browning said she often hears from thrift shoppe customers who benefited from a loved one being in hospice care. Ò They always tell us how hospice took care of their mother or father, and that’s what helps them decide,” Browning said. The paper cutouts will line the course for Saturday’s run and walk. As the end of the week neared, hospice employees were gathering hundreds of the symbolic shoes to be strung along the course. Ò They will be displayed at the hike along the pathways, so when people are walking by they can see them,” Juno said. The cost for the cutouts is minimal, noted Juno, who runs them off on a copier at work rather than using a printing company.

Right: Linda Browning and Beverly Peacock prepare shoe cutouts that symbolize donations. Left: Browning hangs the shoe cutouts at hospice’s thrift shoppe in Zephyrhills.


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Park News Gem Estates

By Bessie M. PalMer

Joe Casey, president at Gem Estates, welcomed 57 residents to coffee hour on Thursday. ItÕ s nice to get together and enjoy each other’s company. Lee and Russ Heffelfinger; Dorothy and Jack Massoll; and Madeline Macomber acted as hosts. There are still a few residents here who need our prayers. Russ and Lee Heffelfinger announced they, along with their crew will be serving Thanksgiving Dinner at the clubhouse. Dinner will start at 1 p.m. Dick Burgess, Al Bennett and Harold Palmer have the shuffleboard area ready for a busy season. They meet every Wednesday at 10 a.m. Dee-Ann Burgess had a birthday this week. Lee Heffelfinger presented her tour schedule. It looks like a busy year. There was a beautiful memorial service for Dan Fetting, followed by a luncheon on Saturday. We will surely miss Dan.

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Dee Payne, activities director, opened coffee hour with Kate Russo giving the invocation and then leading us in the pledge to our flag. A thank you to Rick and Barb Miller and all the others that worked hard to organize and participate in the Halloween Golf Cart Parade. They received some really nice donations from some of our local businesses to be handed out as prizes. Those that donated were Fantastic Sam’s, Subway, Country Kitchen, Pizza Hut, Sunrise Eatery, Rick’s Café, The Chowder House, Papa John’s, The Clock, Flaco’s and Mainly New England. Thank you to all of those that contributed. Kate Russo has just completed an astounding feat of durability and strength in her training schedule by walking at least 1,300 miles this past summer and then topping it off with another 60 miles during the annual “Walk for the Cure of Breast Cancer.” Along with Kate was her husband Charlie giving his support, not just in words, but by her side in actual physical support. Swim club needs some men to help pull the pool covers off and on. They are also looking for volunteers to open and close the pool. The royalty committee is in full swing to elect our king and queen and prince and princess. Ballot boxes are on the front of the stage. If you have someone that would like to be elected, and have their approval, please put their name and yours in the ballot box. The drawing for the new royalty will be the second week in December so get your nominations in. Next meeting will be after coffee Nov. 15. State picnic committee’s are starting to put ideas together for their individual picnic so if you

Club News

Conservative Club

The Conservative Club of East Pasco announces a new permanent meeting place and time. At the recent membership meeting it was reported that the new site will be the Zephyrhills Wesley Church, 38924 Avenue C. The first evening meeting will be Nov. 21, starting at 6:30 p.m. For the past fourteen years the club has met during the day with a luncheon at noon. The increase in club membership this year has limited places to meet that offer lunch and meeting availability. The club has received many inquires requesting a change to evening so potential members can attend after work and after family responsibilities. The club will continue to meet on the third Monday of each month. To kick off the new site and time Florida State Representative Will Weatherford will be the featured speaker. For information on the club visit www.conservativeclubeastpasco.org.

Zephyrhills Eagles

Aerie Meetings are on first and third Tuesday of the month. Auxiliary meetings are on the first and third Wednesday of the Month. There will be music Wednesdays from 2 – 5 p.m. The first Thursday of the month is steak dinner night from 5 - 7 p.m. Euchre will be played Fridays at 1 p.m. There is a Friday fish fry from 5 – 7 p.m. with music to follow at 7 p.m. Sundays there is nickel Bingo from 11- 3 p.m. and music in the bar from 2 – 5 p.m. For more information call (813) 780-1558.

Ladies Oriental Shrine

Cairo Court 97 of the Ladies Oriental Shrine of Zephyrhills is holding their annual yard sale Nov. 11 – Nov. 12, from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. The event is at 3328 Coats Rd. in Zephyrhills. A public card party hosted will be held at Bahr’s Mobile Home, the second Thursday of the month from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. There will be lunch and door prizes for a donation of $4. All donations benefit The Shrine Hospital of Tampa Unit. We are looking forward to buying a child a wheelchair. For more information call Carol Miller at (813) 996-1416.

East Pasco Democratic Club

The East Pasco Democratic Club will hold it’s November meeting in the meeting room of Bentley Commons, 38130 Pretty Pond Rd. in Zephyrhills. It will be held Nov. 21, from 7 - 8:30 p.m. This month’s speaker will be Brian Corley, Pasco County Supervisor of Elections. He will explain new voting regulations

want to volunteer let the organizers know. Toys For Tots needs baby blankets a little larger than receiving blankets. If you can knit, crochet or quilt, please help. They are needed by Dec. 19. The Salvation Army Bell Ringers sheet is ready for sign up. See Neil Ernst and Linda LaForest to get your time and location. Fred Fletcher is extending the Support the Troops Christmas gallon zip lock bag program through November. Put toiletries, candy, gift cards, etc. in gallon zip lock bags and turn them in to Fred. He mails them to our troops. Christmas children will be coming from West Elementary Dec. 6 and this year’s chorus will be the fifth grade. If you haven’t seen these cute children, be sure to be at coffee Dec. 6. The ladies have been knitting or crocheting hats and mittens this summer to be distributed. If you want to donate, please bring them to coffee to be added to the others. Little theater has had their first meeting. They have started planning for the two dessert theater productions as well as discussing their March show. If you like to act, sing, write, build, do makeup, make costumes, usher or any thing else related to theater, call Bernie Novak to volunteer. Shuffleboard lessons will be Nov. 12 and 19 at 10 a.m. You will learn something new with every lesson. Monday Bridge club winners were: first, Bill Musial; second, Ray Linder; third, Lucille Johns; fourth, Mary Payne; and fifth, Marilyn Dwelley. In sickbay this week are: Ann Brown, Dick Balzer, Lilian Howe, Roger Courts, Bill Howard, Jerry Chapman, Alice Gagnon, and Tom and Carol Kelly’s grandson, Connor. Birthdays this week are: Donna Toll, Barbara Rounds, Deb Jeffery, Gunner Reilley, Ginny Burr and Charlie Buskirk. Bill and Linda Lodovice celebrated their 32nd anniversary. Visitors this week are: Frank Long from McCombs Township, visiting Frank and Clarine Long. There are new residents; they are: Brenda Millett and Grace from Lincoln, Maine; and Deb and Paul Jeffery on Lois. They are Dee’s neighbors in Bayfield, Ontario.

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and the new voter registration rules. The East Pasco Democratic Club will sponsor several families of students of West Zephyrhills Elementary School for Thanksgiving. Please bring nonperishable food items to the meeting. For more information call Diane Parker at (813) 7786743. All are welcome to attend.

Zephyrhills Area Amateur Radio Club

The Zephyrhills Area Amateur Radio Club will hold Pictured left to right are: Barb Turner, Pat Weil, Donna Kaufmann, Carol Reams, Iris Aeppel, Julie Kaufmann, it’s next meeting Nov. 17 at Jean Lyles, Salli Conover, Carla Haberland and Bev Pearsall. the Lions Club on Dean Dairy Road at 7:30 p.m. Arrive at 7 p.m. for a meet-and-greet beThe Atonement Lutheran Church Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in fore the meeting. America hosted it’s annual reformation dinner to benefit the Al and Bea Bidwell ScholarThere will be meetings ship Fund for the church’s graduating seniors. Thursday mornings around Two 2010 graduates were awarded $500 scholarships and $200 for books in June. 7:30 a.m. at Rick’s in Mission Square for coffee, breakfast and conversation. All area amTourist Club of Zephyrhills ateur radio operators, spouses, friends and anyone interested in The Tourist Club is looking forward to all the northern Ham Radio are always welcome. If you are interested in becoming licensed come join us friends and neighbors who have returned and are returning. There will be an old-fashioned square dance Mondays at and we will assist you in your quest. It is a great hobby enjoyed 7:30 p.m. Lots of hoots, hollering and good exercise. Also on Monby many people throughout the world. days, 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. is intermediate-advanced line dance classes with Donna. Dade City Garden Club Jams are held Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m., with the doors opening The members of Hibiscus Circle, Dade City Garden Club, have been busy this summer creating a large variety of garden at 4:30 pm. It will feature local jammers that present very nice enart, growing hundreds of Florida-friendly plants, hypertufa tertainment. Ballroom dancing is enjoyed Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m., planters, concrete leaf for bird feeders, butterfly waterers, garwith waltzing, foxtrots, swing, line dancing and various mixden art and fountains. The sale will be Nov 11 and 12, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. at 37305 ers. Ballroom dance lessons will be before the dance, starting at 5 Vero Ln., Dade City. Come join us for creative garden ideas and p.m. Couples and singles are welcome. Beginning line dancers with Arline will be Fridays at 10 a.m. early holiday shopping. Everything for sale has been handCard players enjoy meeting with Duplicate Bridge Moncrafted by our members and supports the activities of the gardays at 6:30 p.m. and Thursdays at 1 p.m. while the Hand and den club. Foot group meet at 1 p.m. on Wednesdays. For more information call {352} 238-2547. For more information call (813) 782-2024 and leave a message.


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Left: Devario Mathis is surrounded by Victoria Hapeman, Chneaqua Breedlove, Ken Mathis and Dee Dee Mathis. Left: Antoine Carr escorts Tamika and Michael Campbell.

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Right: Jessica Grinell sports a smile as she shares her senior night with her family.

Right: Chrystal Gonzalez escorted by her mother, Susan Espada, and her sister, Boo Espada.

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Above: Nikki Hoefer escorted by her mother, Wendy Hoefer.

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Right: The Bulldogs come onto the field Friday night for pregame warmups before taking on the Pasco Pirates. Below: The Bulldogs sprint through the banner to start the 9-Mile War.

Above: The north end zone tailgaters were out in full force Friday night. Right: The Bulldog band played to a packed house at halftime.

Above: There wasn’t an empty seat at Bulldog Stadium Friday night for the Bulldogs and Pirates matchup.

➤ZHS FOOTBALL: From Page 1B Michael Larry stripped the football from quarterback Jamal Roberts and returned them for 53 and 74 yards, respectively for touchdowns. Ò It got away from us early. They were the better team tonight. They jumped on us early, we made adjustments, but they came to play,Ó said Zephyrhills coach Reggie Roberts. Ò This is a young football team and I know weÕ re going to get better at it. Ò These guys are use to it. That team has won four district championships. We have to get used to the big games. We have to come out and play mistake-free football. WeÕ re still young. ThatÕ s the good thing about it. We never want to lose. We learned something tonight and weÕ ll get better because of it. Take nothing away from that dag-gum football team. They are a good football team. I will be interested to see what happens as they continue their season.Ó Zephyrhills senior receiver and cornerback

Jacob Smith was quite somber after the game and knew that when the clock ticked down to zero, his emotions would come out. Ò Before the game, you think that it wonÕ t be that big of a deal, but going out like this is the worst thing ever,Ó Smith said. Ò ItÕ s hard to deal with. Reality sets in. You feel like a freshman and then all of a sudden itÕ s over.Ó While the Bulldogs played their final home game of the season, they return to action Thursday night to close out their season at Wiregrass Ranch. A win would secure the Bulldogs a winning season at 6-4. Coach Roberts wants nothing more than to have the seniors leave the field next week with a winning season. Ò These seniors are part of the process and rebuilt this football program,Ó Coach Roberts said. Ó They put this team on their back. These seniors are the reason we are where we are and they are the beginning of something big we are trying to build.Ó


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Crystal River 23-25, 25-18, 25-18, 28-30, 15-9 defeat of 5A-7 runner-up in Tuesday’s region quarterfinals. That five-game victory may have been thrilling to the home crowd in the Zephyrhills gym, but it sure did not do much for Muir’s health. “These are the heart-attack kids,” he said afterward. Blount, Sierra Bahr and Danielle Muir, the coach’s daughter, led the Bulldogs against Crystal River, which jumped out to a 9-0 lead in the first game before a two-point victory to thwart a valiant comeback by the Bulldogs. Tied 2-2, Zephyrhills controlled the fifth and decisive game with coach Muir saying, “I liked our rotation in a short game.” Blount had 28 kills, and Bahr, the team’s libero, tallied 19 digs against the

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The Zephyrhills Bulldogs boys soccer team lines up on the sideline before their season opener against Wiregrass Ranch. Above: Freshman Dominic Viera dribbles past the Wiregrass Ranch defenders looking for an open man. Left: Edward Strickland of Zephyrhills pushes the ball upfield through the Wiregrass Ranch defense. Below: Jair Brown tries to clear the ball away from the net as keeper Aiden Morehouse and Andrew Garcia defend.

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Keeper Aiden Morehouse gets ready to get the offense in motion while teammates MJ Burgess (2), Gunnar Chauncey (4), Andrew Garcia (15) and Dominic Viera move upfield.

➤SOCCER: From Page 1B Despite the loss, Zephyrhills senior co-captain Gunnar Chauncey was pleased with the way his team hung in with a deeper Wiregrass Ranch squad. Chauncey was on the varsity squad last year, which was outscored 18-1 in two games against the Bulls. Ò I felt good coming into this game,Ó Chauncey said. Ò I knew Wiregrass was a really good team, but I felt we were better prepared than last year. WeÕ re not playing defense all the time, we are moving the ball up forward.

Ò We need to score goals. We held in there. I know guys were hurt and wanted to come out, but we played our hearts out.Ó Brown, who coached on the middle school level, was impressed with the heart his team displayed. Ò It could have been disastrous in the second half,Ó Brown said. Ò Not having subs hurt us. We played a lot better than I anticipated. I anticipated us getting after it and getting aggressive. We need to be more physical. Ò Other than that, it was a good game. We will be sore tomorrow. We need to get ready for Fivay on Thursday.Ó

SPORTS BRIEFS Free basketball clinic with former NBA players The East Pasco Y is offering a free basketball clinic for kids and coaches Nov. 12, 10 a.m. Ð 12 p.m. Former NBA players Gary Brokaw and Jim Price will teach kids the basics of passing, dribbling and shooting. This clinic is open to boys and girls ages 8 - 16. A coaches clinic will then be held from 1 - 3 p.m. Coaches of all levels from recreational to high school are encouraged to attend. Both events are free but you must register to participate by Nov. 7 at the East Pasco YMCA.

Register for AJGT tournament

Zephyrhills junior golfers ages 12 - 18 are invited to compete in the AJGT Quail Hollow Junior Classic in Mc Comb, Miss. Nov. 19 Ð 20. The two-day, 36-hole tournament is ranked by the National Junior Golf Scoreboard and hosted by the Arrowhead Junior Golf Tour. The tournament includes two days of green fees, tee gifts, and trophies in four age divisions. Recommended accommodations are available at the Hampton Inn in McComb, Miss. by calling (601) 249-4116 for reservations. The tournament registration deadline is Nov. 13. To enter the event, call (318) 402-2446 or online at www.arrowheadjgt. com.

YMCA holiday break camp

DonÕ t know what to do with the kids while they are out of school for the holidays? The East Pasco YMCA will be offering two full weeks of holiday break camp. Get your kids signed up today to reserve your spot. Camp will be offered in two sessions: week one will be Dec. 26 Ð 30 and week two will be Jan. 2 - 9. The cost of the camp will be $75 per week for members and $95 per week for non-members. The Y will also offer half-day camps during the same time. Half-day camp costs $45 for members and $65 for non-members. For more information call the Y at (813) 780-9622.

YMCA Kung-Fu and Mixed Martial Arts

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Mixed Martial Arts program. Kung Fu classes will be held on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. Kung Fu is for ages 5 and older. Cost is $40 a month for members and $60 a month for non-members. Mixed Martial Arts will be held for ages 15 and older. Classes will be held Mondays at 8:30 p.m., Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. and Fridays at 7 p.m. Cost is $55 a month for members and $75 a month for non-members.

Home School P. E. program at the Y

The Y will be offering physical education classes for children that are home-schooled. Classes will be held on Tuesdays. The cost is $20 a month for the first child and $5 for each additional sibling. You must register for the entire month. Class times are as follows: 1 p.m. for ages 5 - 10 and 2 p.m. for ages 11 Ð 16.

YMCA Diabetes Prevention Program

The East Pasco Y now offers a 16-session program developed to reduce the risk of diabetes in individuals with pre-diabetes. Each weekly session is facilitated by a trained lifestyle coach. The session will cover nutrition, physical activity and behavior modification to help participants achieve two primary goals: reduce body weight by 7 percent and participate in regular physical activity. The cost of the program is $50 for Y members and $100 for non-members. For more information call Shera Goode at (813) 316-6834.

Y Running Club

Have you ever wanted to run a 5k or a half marathon? You can train with the East Pasco Y running group and FITniche. Training days are Tuesdays at 7 p.m. and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. at FITniche, at Wiregrass Mall. Show your YMCA membership card at FITniche and get an additional 10 percent off your purchase of athletic shoes. To join the Y run group you must sign up at the welcome center. For more information contact Kim Risch at (813) 780-9622.

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The East Pasco YMCA is partnering with the Lance Armstrong Foundation to create a wellness program for cancer survivors. This program is available to all members of the community who are cancer survivors. If you are interested contact Elizabeth Acevedo or Kim Risch at (813) 780-9622.

YMCA Teen Leaders Club

If you are a teen between the ages of 13 and 18, come to the East Pasco YMCA Tuesdays at 7 p.m. and join the teen lead-

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A 22-year-old Wesley Chapel man was arrested Nov. 1 for failure to appear and other charges after police responded to a reported car burglary. According to a Zephyrhills Police report, John James Taylor of 31119 Roadrunner Rd. was questioned by police after he was discovered in the area where a car burglary was reported. Taylor could not provide an explanation as to why he was in the area and was unable to provide a current address. A computer check showed he had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear. Police also charged him with loitering. He was processed at ZPD and later released to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office.

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things got heated and punched him the side of the face. She attempted to assault him again, but he pushed her away where she lost her footing and fell to the ground. Police interviewed both parties and witnesses and it was determined that Henness was the aggressor. She was processed at ZPD and transported to the Pasco County Jail.

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A 23-year-old Zephyrhills woman was arrested Oct. 30 for DUI after she was observed swerving off of Wire Road. According to a Zephyrhills Police report, Brittaini Nichole Lea of 38311 Ruth Ave. was pulled over after police saw her take a wide turn onto Wire Road and head north where she swerved off the road several times. When the officer asked for her license, she did not have it because it was suspended for unpaid traffic fines and a failure to appear charge for worthless checks. Lea failed field sobriety tests and was arrested for DUI and driving on a suspended license. She was processed at ZPD and later transported to the Pasco County Jail.

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A 22-year-old Plant City man was arrested Nov. 5 for violation of probation on a battery charge. According to a ZPD report, Joshua A Kinard of 501 Julius St. was picked up by police on a suspected outstanding warrant. He was transported to the Pasco County Jail.

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LEGALS NOTICE OF ACTION BEFORE THE BOARD OF NURSING IN RE: The license to practice pharmacy of LISA MYERS, RPh, 7129 Arboretom Way, New Port Richey, Florida 34655 CASE NO.: 2010-18623 LICENSE NO.: PS 26923 The Department of Health has filed Administrative Complaint against you, a copy of which may be obtained by contacting, David C. Bibb, Assistant General Counsel, Prosecution Services Unit, 4052 Bald Cypress Way, Bin #C65, Tallahassee Florida 32399-3265, (850) 2454640. If no contact has been made by you concerning the above by November 17, 2011, the matter of the Administrative Complaint will be presented at an ensuing meeting of the Board of Nursing in formal proceeding. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special accommodation to participate in this proceeding should contact the individual or agency sending this notice not later than seven days prior to the proceeding at the address given on the notice. Telephone: (850) 245-4640, 1-800-9558771(TDD) or 1-800-9558770(V), via Florida Relay Service. Published: October 20, 27, November 3 & 10, 2011. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA SAN ANTONIO CITIZENS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, Plaintiff, vs. WINIFRED JEAN WHEELUS, USAA FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK, TENANT #1, and TENANT #2, the names being fictitious to account for parties in possession, Defendants. Case No.: 51-2011CA-2646-ES Division: J-1 NOTICE OF ONLINE SALE Notice is given that in accordance with the Uniform Final Judgment of Fore-

closure entered on October 25, 2011, in Civil Action No. 51-2011-CA2646-ES, of the Circuit Court for Pasco County, Florida in which, WINIFRED JEAN WHEELUS, USAA FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK, TENANT, TENANT #1, and TENANT #2, the names being fictitious to account for parties in possession, were the Defendants and SAN ANTONIO CITIZENS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, the Plaintiff, Paula S. O’Neil, Pasco County Clerk and Comptroller, will sell to the highest bidder for each in an online sale accessed through the Clerk’s website at www. pasco.realforeclose.com at 11:00 a.m., on December 1, 2011, the following real property. PARCEL 1: The East ½ of the North ½ of the East ½ of the Northwest ¼ of the Northeast ¼ of Section 4, Township 24 South, Range 21 East, LESS the North 25 feet thereof and LESS the North 220 feet of the West 150 feet thereof, Pasco County, Florida. PARCEL 2: The North 220 feet of the West 150 feet of the East ½ of the North ½ of the East ½ of the Northwest ¼ of the Northeast ¼, LESS road right of way, in Section 4, Township 24 South, Range 21 East, Pasco County, Florida. Property Address: 36700 Christian Rd., Dade City, Florida. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens, must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Dated: October 28th, 2011. GREENFELDER, MANDER, MURPHY, DWYER & MORRIS 14217 Third Street Dade City, Florida 33523 Telephone: (352) 5670411 Facsimile: (352) 5677758 By: DAVID J. MURPHY, Esquire Florida Bar No. 364819 Published: November 3 & 10, 2011. NOTICE TO CREDITORS RE: EARL C. SMITH, Deceased TO: ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE-

MANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED DECEDENT The above-named Decedent, established a Living Trust, entitled EARL C. & JEANETTE D. SMITH LIVING TRUST, dated APRIL 2, 2002. The name(s) and address (es) of the Trustee(s) is (are) set forth below. ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT: All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent’s Trust (and/ or estate) Must file their claims with the Trustee listed below WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. The date of the first publication of this Notice is November 3, 2011. JEANETTE D. SMITH, Trustee 321 Stillwater Ave., Apt. 104 Bangor, ME 04401 (207) 989-6705. Published: November 3 & 10, 2011. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW PURSUANT TO SECTION 865.09, FLORIDA STATUTES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LAWN DETECTIVES located at 27043 Green Willow Run, in the County of Pasco in the City of Wesley Chapel, Florida 33544 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Zephyrhills, Florida, this 10th day of November, 2011. Nicole Pilla Published: November 10, 2011 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA MARC L. KLEIN ENTERPRISES, INC., a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT J. SHERLOCK, II and

LANETTE A. SHERLOCK, husband and wife, and CAROL DIANE McKENDREE, Defendants. Case No.: 51-2011CA-809-ES NOTICE OF ONLINE SALE Notice is given that in accordance with the Uniform Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered on October 31, 2011, in Civil Action No. 51-2011-CA-809-ES, of the Circuit Court for Pasco County, Florida in which, ROBERT J. SHERLOCK, II and LANETTE A. SHERLOCK, husband and wife, and CAROL DIANE McKENDREE, were the Defendants and MARC L. KLEIN ENTERPRISES, INC., the Plaintiff, Paula S. O’Neil, Pasco County Clerk and Comptroller, will sell to the highest bidder for cash in an online sale accessed through the Clerk’s website at www. pasco.realforeclose.com at 11:00 a.m., on January 3, 2012, the following real property. The South ½ of the following described parcel: Parcel 8. Commence at the Northwest corner of the southwest ¼ of Section 36, Township 24 South, Range 19 East, Pasco County, Florida; thence run along the North boundary of the Southwest ¼ of said Section 36, South 89º38’41” East, 1422.00 feet; thence South 00º01’01” East, 676.09 feet for a Point of Beginning; thence South 89º49’19” East, 330.61 feet; thence South 00º00’53” East, 642.67 feet to the South boundary of the North ½ of the Southwest ¼; thence along said boundary, North 89º49’20” West, 330.59 feet; thence North 00º00’01” West 642.67 feet to the Point of Beginning. Subject to an Easement for ingress and egress across the East 50.00 feet thereof, and together with an easement for ingress and egress over and across the east 50.00 feet of the above described parcel 8. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens, must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Dated: November

2, 2011. GREENFELDER, MANDER, MURPHY, DWYER & MORRIS 14217 Third Street Dade City, Florida 33523 Telephone: (352) 5670411 Facsimile: (352) 5677758 By: DAVID J. MURPHY, Esquire Florida Bar No. 364819 Published: November 10 & 17, 2011.

ary of the North ½ of the Southwest ¼; thence along said boundary, North 89º49’20” West, 330.59 feet; thence North 00º00’01” West 642.67 feet to the Point of Beginning. Subject to an Easement for ingress and egress across the East 50.00 feet thereof, and together with an easement for ingress and egress over and across the East 50.00 feet of the above described parcel 7 Together with a 2007 TOWN mobile home: VIN#’s: F LT H L C T 2 8 0 1 1 5 0 6 A FLTHLCT28011506B. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens, must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Dated: November 2, 2011. GREENFELDER, MANDER, MURPHY, DWYER & MORRIS 14217 Third Street Dade City, Florida 33523 Telephone: (352) 5670411 Facsimile: (352) 5677758 By: DAVID J. MURPHY, Esquire Florida Bar No. 364819 Published: November 10 & 17, 2011.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA MARC L. KLEIN ENTERPRISES, INC., a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT J. SHERLOCK, II and LANETTE A. SHERLOCK, husband and wife, and CAROL DIANE McKENDREE, Defendants. Case No.: 51-2011CA-809-ES NOTICE OF ONLINE SALE Notice is given that in accordance with the Uniform Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered on October 31, 2011, in Civil Action No. 51-2011-CA-809-ES, of the Circuit Court for Pasco County, Florida in which, ROBERT J. SHERLOCK, II and LANETTE A. SHERLOCK, husband IN THE CIRCUIT and wife, and CAROL DIANE McKENDREE, COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT were the Defendants and MARC L. KLEIN EN- IN AND FOR PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA TERPRISES, INC., the SAN ANTONIO Plaintiff, Paula S. O’Neil, CITIZENS Pasco County Clerk and FEDERAL CREDIT Comptroller, will sell to the highest bidder for UNION, Plaintiff, vs. cash in an online sale PATRICIA A. TURNER, accessed through the deceased, Estate of Clerk’s website at www. PATRICIA A. TURNpasco.realforeclose.com ER, deceased, and all at 11:00 a.m., on Janu- unknown heirs and ary 3, 2012, the follow- beneficiaries of the ing real property. Estate of PATRICIA A. TURNER, deceased, The North ½ of the foland TRAILS lowing described par- ASSOCIATION, INC. cel: Parcel 7. Commence A CONDOMINIUM, at the NW corner of a Florida non-profit the SW ¼ of Section corporation d/b/a 36, Township 24 South, SPANISH TRAILS SERange 19 East, Pasco NIOR VILLAGE, County, Florida; thence Defendants. run along the North Case No.: 51-2011boundary of the SW CC-2439-ES ¼ of said Section 36, NOTICE OF South 89º38’41” East, ONLINE SALE 1422.00 feet; thence Notice is given South 00º01’01” East, that in accordance with 676.09 feet for a Point of the Uniform Final JudgBeginning; thence South ment of Foreclosure en89º49’19” East, 330.61 tered on October 27, feet; thence South 2011, in Civil Action 00º00’53” East, 642.67 No. 51-2011-CC-2439feet to the South bound- ES, of the Circuit Court

for Pasco County, Florida in which, PATRICIA A. TURNER, deceased, Estate of PATRICIA A. TURNER, deceased, and all unknown heirs and beneficiaries of the Estate of PATRICIA A. TURNER, deceased, and TRAILS ASSOCIATION, INC. A CONDOMINIUM, a Florida non-profit corporation d/b/a SPANISH TRAILS SENIOR VILLAGE, were the Defendants and SAN ANTONIO CITIZENS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, the Plaintiff, Paula S. O’Neil, Pasco County Clerk and Comptroller, will sell to the highest bidder for cash in an online sale accessed through the Clerk’s website at www. pasco.realforeclose.com at 11:00 a.m., on December 7, 2011, the following real property. Lot 281 of SPANISH TRAILS VILLAGE, a condominium according to Plat Book 13, Pages 59 and 60, Public Records of Pasco County, Florida, and being further described in that Certain Declaration of Condominium filed September 25, 1974 in Official Record Book 767, Page 445, as Clerk’s Instrument No. 413898, Public Records of Pasco County, Florida, together with an undivided share in the common elements appurtenant, and an interest in the limited common elements, if any, appurtenant thereto said unit. A perpetual and non-exclusive easement in common with, but not limited to, all other owners of undivided interests in the improvements upon the land above described for ingress and egress and use of all public passageways as well as common areas and facilities upon the land above described. Together with a 1986 Mobile Home ID #: FLFL2AC37334876 and FLFL2BC37334876. Property Address: 7019 El Matador St., Zephyrhills, FL 33541-1382. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens, must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Dated: November 2, 2011. GREENFELDER, MANDER, MURPHY,

DWYER & MORRIS 14217 Third Street Dade City, Florida 33523 Telephone: (352) 5670411 Facsimile: (352) 5677758 By: DAVID J. MURPHY, Esquire Florida Bar No. 364819 Published: November 10 & 17, 2011. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF DAVID A. MERCER, Deceased File No.: 512011CP001211 XXXXES DIVISION: X NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of DAVID A. MERCER, deceased, whose date of death was August 9, 2011, is pending in the Circuit Court for Pasco County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is Pasco County Courthouse, 38053 Live Oak Avenue, Dade City, FL 33523-3894. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative’s attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent’s estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent’s estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT’S DATE

OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is November 3, 2011. Personal Representative: CHRISTINA A. TANNER 2745 South 400 East Kokomo, IN 46902 Attorney for Personal Representative: STEPHEN D. CARLE Attorney for CHRISTINA A. TANNER Florida Bar Number: 0213187 Hodges & Carle, P.A. 38410 North Avenue P.O. Box 548 Zephyrhills, FL 335390548 Telephone: (813) 7827196 Published: November 10 & 17, 2011. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW PURSUANT TO SECTION 865.09, FLORIDA STATUTES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MINUTES TO MICKEY located at 36510 Trilby Road, in the County of Pasco in the City of Dade City, Florida 33523 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Dade City, Florida, this 31st day of October, 2011. Property Estate Trust Manage, Inc. Published: November 10, 2011 NOTICE OF PAST DUE RENT AND CHARGES AND PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUTES 83.801 THROUGH 83.809 Scheduled for disposal and considered abandoned. Last known address for the following storage units: MARK MUZZY #86, P.O. Box 92398, Lakeland, FL 33804; MARKS/DUDLEY #266, 37914 Bailey Hill Rd., Dade City, FL 33540; JUAN VERGARA #360, 30311 Pongo Way, Wesley Chapel, FL 33545; JOSE MACHADO #Y55, 5230 Counslor Dr. #105, Zephyrhills, FL 33541. Sold or otherwise disposed of Wednesday, December 28th at 9:00 a.m. EAST 54 MINI STORAGE, 38461 CR 54 East, Zephyrhills, FL 33542, (813) 788-5969. Published: November 10

& 17, 2011. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF FERNANDO E. VEGA-POZO, Deceased File No.: 512009CP001494 XXXXES SECTION: A LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION (Single Personal Representative) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: WHEREAS, Fernando E. Vega-Pozo, a resident of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico died on September 17th, 2009, owning assets in the State of Florida, and WHEREAS, Gloria E. Vega-Ortiz has been appointed personal representative of the Estate of the Decedent and has performed all acts prerequisite to the issuance of Letters of Administration in the Estate, and NOW, THEREFORE, I , the undersigned Circuit Judge, declare Gloria E. Vega-Ortiz duly qualified under the laws of the State of Florida to act as personal representative of the Estate of Fernando E. Vega-Pozo, Deceased, with full power to administer the Estate according to law; to ask, demand, sue for, recover and receive the property of the Decedent; to pay the debts of the Decedent as far as the assets of the Estate will permit and the law directs; and to make distribution of the Estate according to law. ORDERED, on the 25th day of October, 2011 Circuit Judge Waller L. Schafer, Jr. Circuit Court Judge Paula S. O’Neil, Clerk & Comptroller PAUL E. RIFFEL, Esquire Attorney at Law 1319 W. Fletcher Avenue Tampa, Florida 33612 Phone: (813) 265-1185 Fax: (813) 265-0940 Published: November 10 & 17, 2011.


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