kWio Free Press, Tuesday, June 13,1967 - 6 _ UOA1 NOTICI NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Slat* Purchasing Agent will rÂ«celve seated bids at his office, Room 205, State House, Boise, Idaho until: 4:00 P.M. June 22, 19(7 for Ihe following: REQ: M-54-6188 CLEANING COMPOUND for the HIGHWAYS at BOISE, IDAHO. All bids will be publlclyopen- ed and read at the above time and place. Forms sutingcondllionsmust be secured before bidding. These are available from the State Purchasing Agent's Office. The State reserves the right to reject any or all bids. TED CRAMER State Purchasing Agent June 13, 14, 15, 1967. 'NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Stale Purchasing Agent will receive sealed bids at his office, Room 205, State House, BolsÂ«, Idaho until: 9:00 A.M. June 22, 1967 for lhÂ« following: REQ: T-587-6295 POLES- STEEL for the HIGHWAYS at BOISE, IDAHO. All bids will be publtclyopen- ed and read at the above lime and place. forms stating conditions mus( be secured before bidding. These are available from the Slate Purchasing AgenfsOffice. The State reserves the right to reject any or all bids. TED CRAMER State Purchasing Agent June 13, 14, 15, 1967. NOTICE TO BIDDERS The State Purchasing Agent will receive sealed bids at his office, Room 205, Slate House, Boise, Idaho until: June 23, 1967 @ 2:30 P.M. for the following: Req: Â»35 36 for pickup and dump truck for the Public Works Department at Idaho Stale Penitentiary- New Site. All bids will be publicly opened and read at the above lime and place. Forms stating oondllions must be secured before bidding, These are available from the State Purchasing Agent's Office. The State reserves the right to reject any or all bids, TED CRAMER State Purchasing Agent June 13, 14, 15,1967 NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Slate Purchasing Agent will receive sealed bids at his office, Room 205, State House, . Boise, Idaho until: 3:00 P.M. June 23, 1967 for the following: Req: 37 Front End Tractor Loader for the Public Works at Boise Idaho. All bids will be publicly opened and read at the above time and place. , Forms statlngconditlons must vje secured before bidding. These are available from the State Purchasing Agent's Office. The State Reserves the right to reject any or all bids. TED CRAMER State Purchasing Agent June 13, 14, 15, 1967 REQUEST FOR BIDS The Commissioners of the Nampa Highway District * I w i l l receive sealed bids up to the 21st day of June, 1967 at 10:00 A.M. at the office of the Nampa Highway District of Nampa, Idaho for the following items: Corrugated Structural Plate pip*, AASHO - M167, 3 oz. speller elg, . 54 ft. center line length, 114' diameter, 10 gage Multlplate Steel pipe, 5% elipsed, Ends step beveled, 2:1 slope,beveled. Top length structure 44' Center line 54' Bottom length' 64' F.O.B. Job Site Mile 194 Star Road near Nampa, Idaho. Specify delivery date. Complete Specifications are available upon request to the Secretary at Ihe office of the Nampa Highway District No. 1 Nampa, Idaho. The Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids, regardless of price. Dated this 9th day of June, 1967. LILA FRICKEY Secretary, Nampa Highway District Â» 1. June 10, 12, 13, 1967. NOTICE O F THE ISSUANCE OF AN ATTACHMENT Civil No. 19466 In the District Court of the Seventh Judicial District of ths State of Idaho In and for the County of Canyon ie 13,1967-6 ^^ p^ Â· Schroll, Leaion Nine Tame Borah Pitcher Stars In 3-1 Victory NAMPA - "Randy Schroll Pk' e but the ball struck the really had his fastball working ^ m P a pitcher and rolled free, tonight and he pitched a great 1'itotA retaliated for Borah in game for us," said Coach Norm te fourth by getting good wood Hall Monday night after Nampa's on Schroll's fast ball, and the 3-1 victory over Boise Borah in homer tied fhe game, a Legion baseball game at Rodeo Talbot also made a spectacu- Park. Ur fielding gem by taking Den- Besides hurling a three-hitter nis Roman'slinedrivebouncerln - losing a shutout on John short right field and throwing Talbol's prodigeous homer run out the latter. -- Schroll scored twice after For Nampa, catcher Ron llaken rapping a single each time. In hustled to choke off two Borah short, the ball game belonged threats. First, he turned Tal- to him. bot's strikeout In the sixth Into By winning, Nampa boasted an unassisted double pliyby run- its record to 2-1 while the strong nlrg the ball - a dropped third Borah club fell to 3-2. Thlspast strike -- out to second base and spring Borah won the state high tagging out Roger Price who had school championship. Nampa become hung up between bases, will be host to Mountain Home Then In the seventh with two Wednesday night when Dave more Borah men on base, Haken Biggs will toe the slab. wheeled for John Harkovich's "You can't beat that hard PÂ°P 'Â«il behind the plate and throwing that Schroll gave us," TM* Ae a diving grab for the out, Hall continued. "His curve The next batter bounced out to wasn't working well so he had to ScrinM to end the game, rely on the fast ball. That's the pitch Talbot got a hold of for his homer." The 365-foot towering blist carried over the right- center field fence. "I'm dlsappolntedwecollected SALT LAKE CITY (DPI)only four hits, butwe were swing- Mik e Smith continued domtaa- ing too hard against (Dave) ^on of the Nick Riley Memorial Robertson," added Hall. Golf tournament Sunday as he Schroll, a righthander, struck w Â« * h e meet for the third out 10 In the close battle while straight time. Robertson, a lefiy, fanned seven. Smi ln, playing on his home Schroll scored the wlnnlngrun cours e at Meadowbrook, shot a in the fifth when Nampa broke Â» one """to P^ final round 71 for 1-1 tie. He singled to right field, a two-round total of 145. Mark Higgs was hit by a pitch, A1 Gaile y. ^so Â° f Meadow- Dave Hiffis singled to center brcok wA 1961 Prov Â° JÂ°Pen scoring Schroll and Hbrk Higgs champion John Evans tied for tallied on an error for an insurance run. Nampa opened the game's scoring In the third after Schroll had struck out the side in Borah's half of the frame. The Nampa hurler's single, a wild pitch and Larry Burton'sblowtoleftplatcd the run, Borah leftfielder Dennis Pooley, whofannedthreestraight times, made a great throw In attempting to mil Schroll at ths Mike Smith Wins Salt Lake Tourney HOME RUN sluggers of the Nampa Hawks in Sunday's game at Marsing wield their bats after the 16-1 victory. From left are Rich Yocum, solo homer; Gary Kollman, three-run blast; and Eldon BOO'J, grand-slam clout. Tonight the Hawks host Boise in a first-place battle of the Border League. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) BORDER LEAD AT STAKE Hawks To Hosf Boise Tonight the runner-up spot with 148's. Craig Winslow was next with a 149. More than 200 amateur golfers competed in the 35-hole test at Meadowbrook in Salt L a k e County. Fight Results Box Score AB R II R B I 2 3 1 3 3 2 2 1 3 2 1 23 AB 2 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 23 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 R 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 H 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 R B I 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 HELEN L. W I E D M A N , Plaintiff, vs. DICK M c F A R L A N D a n d V E R L A Mn FAR LAND, husband and wife Defendant. STATE OF IDAHO COUNTY OF CANYON BORAH -1 Horner, cf Pooley, If Price, 0 Talbot, rl Seamons, Ib Brandel, 2b Henderson, ss Brown, ph Harkovich, 3b Robertson, p Anderson, ph Totals NAMPA-3 M. Hires, ss Burton, rf D. Hlggs, 3b Steward, If Haken, c Doman, ef D. lluler, 2b Bruneel, Ib Schroll, p Totals Boise Borah 000 100 0-1 Nampa 001 020 X-3 E- Henderson, Harkovich, D. Hlggs. HR-TalbOl.SB-M. Hlggs. DP- Haken unassisted. tp h er so bb Robertson ( L ) 6 4 2 1 1 Schroll (W) 7 3 1 10 3 HBF- Price by Schroll M. Iliggs by Robertson, W P - R o b - ertson. U- Arnold and Johnstone. T-l:35. A-125. ttfiAL NOTICE NOTICE TO DIDDF.RS The Slate Purchasing Agent will receive sealed bids at his or (ice, Room 205, State House, Boise, Idaho until: 4 P.M. JUNE 19th 1967 for the following; REQ: VH 431--for- FREEZER for the IDAHO VETERAN'S HOME at BOISE, IDAHO. All bids will be publicly opened and read at (he above time and place. Forms stating conditions must be secured before bidding. These are available from the State Purchasing Agent's Office. The State reserves the right to reject any or all bids. TED CRAMER State Purchasing Agent WALPOLE, Mass. (UPI)Frankie DePaula, 168, New 'York; knocked out Sonny Moore, 164, New York (2). NEW YORK (UPl-Sanlord Bulla, H7'/4, New York, out- pointed Louis Hicks, 189^-' Drooklyn (10), CARACAS (DPI)- Pedro Gomez, 127, Venezuela, outpointed Enrique Higglns, IZUVi, Venezuela (10). LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPl)- Eddie Jones, 171, Los Angeles, stopped Richie C-osha, 175, San Francisco (2). NAMPA-- The Nampa Hawks open their home season at 8 tonight when they host Boiseina Border League game. Sinceboth clubs were impressive winners in loop openers last Sunday, the battle will be for first place. Co-Manager Gary Sharp intends to start Larry McMtllin, a righthander, on the mound for the Hawks. Joe Schmidt will be the first reliever in the seven-inning game at Rodeo Park. The Hawks broke loose last Sunday .in their season opener with a 16-1 victory over Marsing in 'a 'fray-limited to five innings. Still that was enough time tor Rich Yocum. Garv Kollman and Edson Book to unload homers -- Book's a grand- slam blast -- In helping winner Fred Ballard and reliefer John Choat coast on two-hit pitching. Ballard or Choat could get the call for relief duly tonight should loth McMlllin and Schmidt run into trouble. Meanwhile, Boise on Sunday overcame Weiser, 10-5, as Clyde Coon hit a two-runhomer and a single. Pat Meyers went the distance on a seven-hitter. Utah, Oklahoma To Play in 1977 SALT LAKE CITY (UPI- The University of Oklahoma, a highly regarded member of the ' Big Eight Conference, has been added to future University of Utah football schedules. Ute Athletic Director Bud Three walks helped Boise get Jack said Utah and Oklahoma command in the third inningwith had signed an agreement to a five-run spurt. meet in 1977. Buckpasser Eyes 'Bowling Green' NEW YORK (UPI) - Saturday's $50,000 added Bowling Green Handicap at Aqueduct will testBuckpasser'sreadiness to compete in the $125,000 added Grand Prix de Saint Cloud L". France, July 2. PHONE 466-7891 or 459-4664 to place your classified ad. It's fast, easy economical. Vandals' Brown Tapers Off MOSCOW- Steve Brown, Idaho's seven-foot high jumper, has been working out and will taper off this week as he prepares for the NCAA championships to be held at Provo, L'tah, starting Thursday. Brown, who has copped all first places in dual meets and took the Big Sky championship with a 641 leap, is rated as the fourth top high jumper in the nation at the present time by the United States Track and Field Federation. Only two varsity jumpers in colleges have bettered his marks. Brown, who stands 6-5 and is a talented basketball player, has been working on getting his body to straighten out more even with the crossbar and also trying to smooth out his takeofl in the remaining practice sessions on the pit at Neale Stadium. Brown will be facing some tough competition in his first bid to the national meet and the top jumper in the nation at the present time is Ed Caruthers of Arizona, who has cleared 7-2 1 /; and John Hartfield of Texas Southern, who has cleared 7-L From the Northwest college will be Dick Fosbury of Oregon State with a 6-10% jump and his teammate, Steve Kelly with a 6-10'/ 4 jump. Idaho Coach DougMacFariane feels that Brown will be facing top competition for the first time this season, and the sophomore jumper might rise to the occasion and get off his finest efforts in this event. Like Other Happily Married Couples They'll Do Their Shopping In... NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN thai on the 8th day o! June A.D. 1967, attachment was Issued In Juive 13, 14, 15, 1967 the above-entitled action against __^______--^^_ the property of the aforesaid NOTICE TO BIDDERS defendants, Dick McKarland and -Verla Me Far land for the sum of The Stale Purchasing Agent TWO THOUSAND and No/tOO--- w i l l receive sealed bids at his ($2,000.00) dollars, with Inter- office, Room 205, State House, est thereon at the rale of 8%per Boise, Idaho until: 4:00 P . M . cent per annum from January 5, June 21, 1967 for the following: 1966 together with Ihe costs of REÂ«I: EQ-416-6273 -BUCKET this action, and further together ELEVATOR" for the HIGHWAYS with plaintiffs attorneys fees, at BOISE, IDAHO. WITNESS my hand and the seal All bids w i l l be publicly ope nod of said District Court, affixed and read al the above- time and this 6lh day of June A.D. 1967. place. W A L T E R FRY Forms statine conditions Clerk of Ihe District must be secured before b i d Court. By: H. Powell Deputy. (SEAL) BRAUNER, F U L L E R 4 DCOLITTLE Attorney for Plaintiff Holding at Caldwell, Idaho. JtlttlO, 12, 13, 14, 1 5 , 1 6 , 1 5 6 1 . dine. These are available from the State Purchasing Agent's Office. The State reserves the right to reject any or all bids, T E D C R A . M E I i Slate Purchasing Agent rune 13, 14, 15, 1967 Needed For State Meet CALDWELL -- LesSiimmers, The small number of entrants secretary for the Idaho State so far from Caldwell and Nampa Amateur Championship Tourna- is puzzling, Summers reported, ment to be held at Purple Sage but it Is expected that there will Coif Course this Thursday, Fri- be several more coming in this day and Saturday announced to- week before the deadline, which day that entries are still coming is 6 p.m. Wednesday, in. Wednesday has been set aside "But there are still spaces as a day for a practice round for all handicappers, both high for all the golfers in the tourna- and low," Summers stated. ment, and the playing for the Summers alsosaidthatentries trophies will begin Thursday have been received from all over morning In all flights, the state and (he Northwest in- A banquet isscheduledforFri- cluding points as distant as Pull- day evening at McGarvin'sSmor- manand Walla Walla, Wash., and quets at 8 o'clock to calch all Portland, Ore. the golfers before the final round Idaho entries have been re- of the tournament on Saturday, ceived from Coeurd'Alene, Twin Master of Ceremonies for the Falls, Idaho Falls, Pocatelloand banquet will be President of the Boise, among others. Caldwel! Golfers' Association All of the golfers will be Dick Rosenberry, flighted by handicaps for the Entry fee for the tournament opening round on Thursday, and is $12, which price will cover each flight will be played on a the trophies, golf anil the banquet medal-handicap basis. Friday night. Luck at Hunt Drawing May Mean Ineligibility BOISE-- Lucky sportsmen pate inspecifiedcontrolledhunts who draw permits for certain for mountain goats, elk and controlled hunts this fall on deer, cannot apply again forthe several big game trophy spec- same hunts this year. Or If he ies won't be eligible to take draws a permit for one of the part in public drawings for the specified runts this year, he same hunts again next year, cannot apply In 1908. the Idaho Fish and Came Department said today, "Most people know that any person who ever killed a moose In any previous conlrolledhunt in Idaho Is not eligible to apply for another permit at anytime in the future," said Kay Belnap, chief of business administration. In the same way, any person who got 2 permit to hunt antelope last year, or lo narllcl- PARK'N SHOP FAMOUS BRANDS GREATER! WRIE1Y WIDER JRICIRMGE SHOP WITH EOHHOfNCf BETTER 'VALUES NAMPA When The Honeymoon Is Over Newlyweds, take note: You'll get your best dollar-for-dollar values here in Nampa. Your money increases the prosperity of your community, and you're dealing with merchants you know and trust, who take a personal interest in presenting you with a great selection of items, including your favorite brands, in a wide price range. Details can be found in controlled hunt materials now available from most license vendors. Belnap also listed other things to remember about controlled hunts, as follows: Make sure that the designated hunt number and animal species applied for are the same. Also, do not confuse the hunl number with the big game unit number, CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS Action Really Albertson's Food Center Alexander s Amalgamated Sugar Co. Margaret Annon Hank Of Idaho, Nampa Brandt Agency Rrookoter's fiuttrcys SuperStore Rullock Jewelry C-tt Oil Company Consumer's Markets Continental Laundry and Dry Cleaners Cmlit Rurcan of Nampa, Inc. Dolibs Motor Co. Kverton Mattress Co. Partners Insurance Group Ferdinand Shnui She.el Metal Firestone Stores GibbsIndustrial llarduarc Hales Furniture Appliance Hanson's Memorial Harmony Cafe Home Dairies Home Federal Savings Loan Idaho Abstract Title Idaho Concrete Pipe Co. Idaho Department Store Idaho Free Press Idaho Power Co. Int.crmountain Gas Co. Kalbns 0/Jicc Supply Kellogg Mills Kinncy Shnes Minor-Rreckon Motor Co. Moad's Realty Howard Na/ziger Nampa A iilo Parts Nampa Dry Cleaners Nampa Finance Co. Nampa Floral Co. Nampa Lumber Â· Coal Co. Nampa Independent MÂ«V Low Markets Nampa Transfer Storage Ouiyhee Sheet Metal Penny-Wise Drugs Pit Theatre J. C. Penney Co. Provident Federal Savings Loan Rt'' Oil Company Rogers Plumbing Save-MorDrug Slim's Barber Shop Schade's Gem Fuel Co. Schwartz Printing Shelton's Barber Shop Â·Stone Lumber Ct. Super Thrift Drug Tempo Department Store Triangle Dairy Inc. Union Travel Agency Vic Stolle Drugs Western Block Cr. F. If'. K'nolicorlh Co.
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