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s c THE PALM BEACH POST MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1999 3C Murray not concerned about Kidd Pal 'f, V V 0 ' v "V, v ' v By Jodie Wagner Palm Beach Post Staff Writer CORAL SPRINGS Contender Trevor Kidd got off to a rough start in his first Panthers training camp last week, giving up 10 goals in an intrasquad scrimmage Thursday at Hull, Quebec. But Panthers coach Terry Murray isn't concerned. And neither is Kidd. "I don't even look at the goal-tenders until the last week before the season starts," Murray said Sunday after practice at Incredible Ice. "It's an opportunity for all the guys to make their pretty plays and look for the back doorstep and score a lot. I think that's the way it is in other sports where the hitters are ahead of the pitchers sometimes, and that's the way it is here with our goalt-enders." Kidd, 27, who was acquired from the expansion Atlanta Thrashers on June 25 in a four-player trade that sent defense-man Gord Murphy to Atlanta, saw that firsthand on Thursday. "There were a lot of 2-on-l's and 3-on-l's and breakaways," he said. "When you have that much offense out there, high-scoring games are inevitable. They just kept coming, and eventually scored a few." The Panthers will entrust both Kidd and incumbent Sean Burke to prevent that from happening when the regular season begins next month. The two were teammates on the Canadian na- Panthers tional team in 1992 and in Carolina two seasons ago, and now are contending for Florida's No. 1 goaltendingjob. "We have two veteran guys," Murray said. "It's going to be a good battle, but it's going to be a good team of goalies who are going to give us support all year long. That's the most important thing. We need two guys, (and) we're going to play two guys." And Kidd, who was Arturs Ir-be's backup in Carolina last season after spending most of his career as a starter, said he doesn't have a problem with that. "Only one guy can play in the net. That's just the nature of the beast when it comes to the position in the goal," he said. "We both want to do our part (and) contribute toward the common goal of this team making the playoffs and doing well this year." NHL EXHIBITION Lightning 2, Hurricanes 1: Darcy Tucker scored on a power play with 56 seconds left and Daren Puppa stopped 15 shots as host Tampa Bay beat Carolina. The Lightning stopped 11 power-play chances and went 2-for-4 with the man advantage on goals by Pavel Kubina and Tucker. Devils 3, Penguins 2: Randy McKay scored the second of his two third-period goals with 1:50 to play and New Jersey opened its CHARLES BENNETTThe Associated Press Se Ri Pak hits out of a sand trap on the first hole for a bogey on her way to an even-par 72 and her third victory of the year. exhibition season with a win against Pittsburgh in Columbus, Ohio. Blues 4, Thrashers 0: Derek Bekar scored two goals to lead St Louis past expansion Atlanta in Grand Rapids, Mich. B Red Wings 3, Rangers 1: Defenseman Steve Duchesne? had a goal and an assist in his debut to lead Detroit to victory against visiting New York. Senators 4, Oilers 3: MarianJ Hossa broke a tie early in the'" third period and Ottawa beat Ed-: monton. ; Mighty Ducks 4, Avalanche 2 J Steve Rucchin scored two goals and Oleg Tverdosky had a goal and an assist to lead host Ana-' heim past Colorado. Vancouver 1, San Jose 1.1 Steve Kariya scored late in thej second period and Vancouver! rallied to tie San Jose Sharks in Spokane, Wash. BCanadiens 2, Flames 1 Rookie Jason Ward set up both" goals and Montreal beat hosj Calgary. Blackhawks 4, Maple Leafs 0; Jocelyn Thibault and rookie Steve Passmore combined to stopped 29 shots and Tony Amonte scored twice as host Chicago beat Tor' onto. Coyotes 2, Stars 2: Keith Aldrige scored off a rebound with-12:54 remaining and Dallas tied' host Phoenix. Tlie Associated Press contributed to this report. " i a "l'f" : HEARING ralli les for win Se Ri Pak (72) comes from four shots down to beat Karrie Webb (74) by one stroke. We Associated Press MAPLE GROVE, Minn. Se Ri Pak rallied from a four-stroke deficit to win the Samsung World Championship of Women's Golf as Karrie Webb double-bogeyed two of the last four holes Sunday. Golf Scores 9C : i Pak closed with even-par 72 for an eight-under 280 total, one stroke better than Boynton Beach's Webb, who had a two-over 74 in the final round at Rush Creek Golf Club. Webb, who started the final round with a one-stroke lead over Pak and Laura Davies, nearly rebounded from her first disaster, the double-bogey at 15, but she missed a 6-foot birdie putt on the next hole as Pak was bogeying No. 17. Webb, bidding to become the first player since Beth Daniel in 1990 to win seven tournaments in a year, self-destructed on the final hole. Her third shot on the 530-yard par-5 found a green-side bunker. She hit out about 3 feet short of the green. .' After chipping onto the green, she barely missed a Moot bogey putt. "Obviously I'm a little bitter right now," Webb said. "But there's not too many times I'm going to be in that situation to make double to lose. That's something I never expected, but I tried my hardest on every one of those seven shots." Rachel Hetherington placed third with a closing 74 for 283. Davies had a four-over 76 and Rosie Jones a 71 and tied for fourth, another stroke back. Pak won $150,000, while Webb earned $90,000. Two-time defending champion Juli Inkster shot a 73 and finished at 290. . B Sutton captures Canadian Open: In a dominant display of driving and clutch putting, Hal Sutton won the Canadian Open at Oakville, Ontario, closing with a Ihree-under 69 for a three-stroke victory over Dennis Paulson. Sutton finished at 275 for the widest margin of victory in the Canadian Open since 1987. Paulson was the only one who came close to Sutton, getting within three strokes with a two-putt birdie on No. 13 but no closer. Still, a 69 gave Paulson his FREE PASSoHoyy "ccdt" Va ir ..zzgs jjgsrr anno WITH Uf INfll uw MIAMI CONSTRUCTION Miami miningSHOw Miami waste environmentalSHOW 5A il iHl ffHl wws, BunaNGS,nojec7s. designs, structures, interior, exterior, 'ffS (Ty : 0 fQUIWNr, MACHlNtllY, TOOiS, BUtlDtfa TKhWiOGUK J&r Jlii negurer online; CYUin iTrtDC . Tl: 303-441-2863 fax: 303-329-9217 EVVrillil I UK5 NO. 606697 NO TICE OF BUDGET wins in the past six attempts. This was Britain-Ireland's biggest victory, a comeback from a 7-5 deficit after Saturday. May wins British Masters: Bob May, an American who plays on the European PGA Tour, overtook Colin Montgomerie to capture the British Masters at Woburn, England, for his first professional victory. Montgomerie was trying for a record-tying sixth victory of the season on the tour. He blew a three-stroke lead at the start of the round with three straight bo geys, beginning at the fourth hole, and finished at 71 for second place, one stroke behind. ALL NEW! HERE NOW AT Ralph Buick-lsuzu Inc. 7 speed manual or 20 mil rang on battery only Street Smart Lights, Horn, etc' Comfort of a Beach Cruiser Delray (561)278-3292 W.P.B. (561)732-8823 "We Just Save 3 You tonev!" t 8 Come in for a test ride today! General Fund C.I.P. Utilities Fu C.I.P. Total 704,994 6,226,457 9,617,709 4,345,922 59,088 30,000 1,023,130 1,859,900 731,710 2,453,560 5,704,570 157,100 0 140,000 0 3,929,310 5,953,790 140,000 1,366,360 26,900 1,533,260 40,000 957,740 lW,m 23,416,510 2,238,254 10,195,767 33,034,219 235,350 127,790 906,470 923,990 2,690,410 6,105,130 2,406,920 2,467,260 2,069,540 992,750 792,930 686,020 2,725,000 2,266,072 59,088 156,000 241,000 2,725,000 630,000 146,010 2,193,666 346,930 2,540,530 880,000 (125,284) 452,440 3,742,666 23,467,136 5,708,200 9,460,200 350,284 1,085,851 6,055,130 29,462,260 32,600 1,230,284 (1,230,284) 3,604,559 2,238,254 10,195,767 33,034,219 ELECTRIC jkSLi BIKE Ugp? r QioHotid Ralph second runner-up finish this year. Morgan wins by two: Gil Morgan used strong iron play to overcome Mike McCullough and swirling winds, posting a three-under 69 to win the Comfort Classic senior tournament by two strokes in Indianapolis. Morgan finished at 15-under 201, two strokes ahead of Ed Dougherty, who also closed with a 69. Tom Jenkins finished another shot back after a final-round 71 and McCullough followed after a 74. Tom Watson, making his senior tour debut, was one of five players who shared the first-round lead but faded after that. He shot a three-over 75 Sunday and finished nine shots behind Morgan. Britain-Ireland wins Walker Cup: Britain and Ireland defeated the United States, capturing the Walker Cup at Nairn, Scotland. The British-Irish team won 10 of a possible 12 points on the final day, resulting in a record 15-9 victory. It was only the fifth victory in 77 years for Britain-Ireland in amateur golfs most prestigious event, but it also marked three IM...I .m...n.. ...j-Mijumu Special General Fund Utilities Fund Revenue Funds 4,943,225 (2,258,215) 1,248 4,345,922 59,088 30,000 1,023,130 1,859,900 731,710 2,453,560 499,930 5,204,640 157,100 333,740 565,840 12,059,0 324,380 325,000 5,854,020 17,003,145 3,595,805 1,248 2,455,060 5,977,340 1,500,450 1,543,270 2,069,540 836,750 792,930 445,020 1,182,370 453,702 59,088 71,010 12,6591926 75,000 5,46t;6l6 5,401,610 32,600 (225,000) (1,998,205) 1 2,059,920 contribution (880,000) 4,063,225 1,248 17,003,145 3,595,805 1,248 NO. 606698 NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING The Village of Royal Palm Beach has tentatively adopted a budget for Fiscal Year 1999-2000. A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on the budget AND TAXES will be held on September 1 6, 1 999 at 7:00 p.m., Village Hall, 1050 Royal Palm Beach Boulevard, Royal Palm Beach, Florida. BUDGET SUMMARY VILLAGE OF ROYAL PALM BEACH FISCAL YEAR 1999-2000 THE ADOPTED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE VILLAGE OF ROYAL PALM BEACH ARE 23.7 MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S OPERATING EXPENDITURES The Village of Royal Palm Beach has tentatively adopted a budget for Fiscal Year 1 999 2000. A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on the budget AND TAXES will be held on. Thursday September 1 6, 1 999 at 7:00 p.m. at Royal Palm Beach Village Hall 1 050 Royal Palm Beach Boulevard Royal Palm Beach, Florida Estimated Fund Balance 103099 Revenues taxes: Millage Per $1,000 6.4500 0.0877 (voted debt) Ad Valorem Ad Valorem Delinquent Franchise Fees Utility Taxes Licenses and Permits Intergovernmental Revenue Charges for Service Fines and Forfeitures Bond IssuanceState Loan Grants Contributions Miscellaneous Revenues Interest Income Total Revenues and Other Financing Sources Total Estimated Revenues and Balances Expenditures General Government Public Safety Public Works Culture and Recreation Utilities Administration Utilities - Water Plants Utilities Wastewater Plant Utilities - D & C Utilities Storm Water Management Debt Service - Other Debt Service General Obligation Contingency Total Expenditures Carry-Over Projects Grand Total Expenditures Depreciation on Fixed Assets acquired by capital Transfers In Transfers Out Reserve Total Appropriated Expenditures and Reserves The tentative, adopted andor final budgets are on file in the office of the above mentioned taxing authority as a public record. PUBLISH: September 13, 1999 PUBLISHED: SEPTEMBER 13, 1999 4

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