2.ALLIGATOR,THURSDAY, OCTOBER25,2001 The school wasevacuatedwhile officialssearchedforanexplOSive device. None was found. Capt.JohnMathis ofthePensacola Police Department said officers determinedthatall fouryouthsparticipatedinwritingthenote. The four were taken to a ju venile detention center.wouldblowupbetween 8 a.m.andnoon.FRIDAY'SLOCALWEATHERHIGH720 ,.:-\\J.J)W 460 ""'-;if"".Al:; backstheDemocratic nomi nee for governor.Pensacolastudentscharged in bomb PENSACOLA(AP)Four Pensacola High School stu dents were arrested Wednes day and charged with making a false bomb threat, police said. Thestudentsare charged inanOct.18incidentwhenahandwrittennotewas found in a stairwell attheschool.Thenotesaidtheschoolteachers unions saysthatGov. Jeb Bush would defeat formerU.S.Attorney General Janet Renobymorethana 2-to-1 margin if the 2002 governor's race were held today. The poll,takenearlier thismonthtogaugethefeelings of Florida votersonbudgetcutsandtaxestosupport educa tion, included a questiononwho voters supported in a head-to-headmatchbetweentheincumbentRepublican governorandthemost prominentDemocratic hopeful. Bush led Reno 60 percent to 26 percent intherandom telephonepoll of 600 registered voters taken Oct. 12-14byWashington-based Schroth&Associates. The poll claimed a margin of error of plus or minus4 percent.WhentheFlorida Educa tion Association releasedtheresults of poll last week, it didnotdisclosetheresults oftheBush-Reno question.FEAPresidentMaureenDinnen saidtheresults ofthegovernor's race question were intentionally omitted tonotdetract from the resultsonthetaxquestion.Theunionstronglyop poses BushandmostofhispoliciesandtraditionallyACROSSTHESTATEPoll shows Bush over Reno in governor's raceTALLAHASSEE(AP)-A pollcommissionedbyFlorida'sINGAINESVILLEMcAlister'smanager pleadsnotguiltyThe McAlister'sGourmetDeli manager who was charged with concealing a Web camera in the women's bathroom in late August pleaded not guilty to charges of voyeurism and tampering with evidence Tues day, according to court records.CurtisZesbaugh,34,ofStarke was arrestedAug.29afteranemployee discovered a small Web camera located be hindthemirror of the women's handicapped stall in the Butler Plaza restaurant. While officers were search ing the restaurant, other em ployees informed Alachua Sheriffs Deputy Kathy LongthatZesbaugh had just taken a computer attached to the web camera fromhisoffice and hid it above a walk-in cooler..Neither Zesbaugh's attorney nor the prosecuting attorney could be reached for comment.6p.m.-Lecture -Anevening slide lecture presentedbyart historian Glen Brown willbeheldatthe Ham Museum ofArt.Sp.m.-Writingevent -TheFlorida Writers' Series willbeheldatthe Harm Museum of Art.Theeventisfree and open to the public.Call392-6650for more information.Sp.m.-Ballet"Hong Kong Ballet'sTheLast Emperor" will be performedatthe CurtisM.Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.Call392-2787for tickets and more information.Sp.m.-Concert -TheFlorida Choirs Concert with Ronald Burrichter conducting willbepresentedatthe University Memorial Auditorium. Itisfree and open to the public. 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