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McGee, Floyd In Tie AKRON* Ohio (UPI) — Jerry McGee shot his second straight sub-par round Friday, a 69, to tte Ray Floyd for the lead after two rounds of the $170,000 American Golf Classic with 36- hole scores of 136. McGee, 30, of New Lexington, Ohio, trailed Floyd by two shots going into the second round of play on the 7,180-yard, par 70 Firestone Country Club Course. Floyd, 32, of Lake Havasu City, Ariz., finished with a one- over-par 71 to go with his 65 nine holes better than I did yesterday (Thursday). It's amazing." Floyd missed birdie putts of six feet at both the second and third holes and 15 feet at the seventh and ninth. McGee, who got into the invitational event under a sponsor's exemption, made the turn In one-over 36. He went two over with a bogey on the 10th, but blr- died the 13th, 15th and 17th holes for his one under finish. McGee, who in four previous AGC appearances hadn't been able to break par, called the bogey on the 10th the turning point in his round. "It looked like I was going to make a six," he said, but he got a bogey five out of it. Sandra Bags 8 Birdies SUTTON, Mass. (UPI) Bespectacled Sandra Palmer, outduellng a downpour with her putter, sank eight birdies en route to a tournament record 66 Friday and a two stroke lead at the midway point of the $50,000 LPGA Championship at Pleasant Valley Country Club. Neither a steady rain, nor a 17-mlnute delay, nor a soggy course could keep Miss Palmer from sloshing home six birdie putts on the final nine holes. Miss Palmer said she was stiff on the final hole because of the rain delay, but loosened on the green with a 40-foot birdie putt, that gave her a two-round total of 140, six under par. The 34-32-66 was two strokes Phils Get Richert PHILADELPHIA (UPI) The Philadelphia Phillies Friday picked up the contract of veteran relief pitcher Pete Richert of the St. Louis Cardinals. Richert, who was placed in irrevocable waivers earlier this week, had a 0-0 record and a 2.45 earned run average in 13 games with St. Louis. Richert, 34, will join the Phillies on Monday in Montreal. better than the tournament record held by four others. Sandra Haynie*, a first round co-leader with a 69, salvaged par in the six-hour marathon round, to drop two strokes back at 142. Defending champion, Mary Mills, the other first round co-leader, struggled to a one-over-par 74. Miss Mills was tied for third place with JoAnn Carner, who coupled a 70 Friday with a first round 73 to remain three stroke back at 143. Jane Blalock, scored the tournament's second hole in one, holing a 135-yard three iron shot on the opening hole, but she said she lost her concentration Immediately thereafter, bogeyed three of the next four holes and finished with a 77, 10-strokes back of her close ' friend, Miss Palmer. Coincidental^, Mary Bryan finished her first round with a 77 after registering the first hole in one of the tourney. Japanese contenders Chako Matsui and Sayoko Yamasaki faltered in the wet weather. Miss Yamasaki, with an opening round 70, skied to 80, while Mrs. Matsui, six-time Japanese women's champ, followed her opening round 71 with a 78. Colbert shot himself into contention with a four under 31 on the back side. After making the turn in one over 36, Colbert blr- dled the 10th with a five foot putt, the 12th with a 10-footer,' the 14th with an eight footer and the 15th with a six footer. Nevll, of Newburgh, N.Y., was four under for the day and the tournament after consecutive birdies on the ninth, 10th and 11th holes. But he three putted the 12th for a bogey and also bogeyed the 18th when he hit his drive behind a tree in the right rough. David Graham had a hole-in- one on the 180-yard 12th hole, using a four iron. He had a 72 for theday fora36-holel45. The field was trimmed to the low 70 and ties for the final two rounds with a score of 147 needed to make the cut. FREE TENNIS CLINICS Horin AKRON, teorat In the 7,180-yard, Club count:. Jerry McGee Ray Floyd Jim Colbert Buddy Allln Dwllht Nevll Ubron Harris Jr. Tom Kite Giy Brewer Bert Yancey Larry Zlegler Forrest Fetler J.C, Snead Chi Chi Rodriguez Jim Jamleaon Leonard Thompaon Ed Sneed Dave Stockton Charlea Coody David Glem Bob Menne Bruce Crampton Ron Cerrudo Miller Barber Roy Pace George Knudaon John Schlee Tommy Aaron George Archer Jim Slmona Andy North Allen Miller Arnold Palmer Art Wall Jim Ferrlel Phil Rodgera Maaon Rudolph Steve Melnyk Doug Ford Al Gelberger Mike McCullough Tom Wataon Mike Hill Tom Shaw Tom Welakopf Tom Jenklna Bobby Nlchola Homero Blancaa Rod Curl Glbby Gilbert Hale Irwin Dick Lotz Lanny Wadklna Jim Dent Bob Goalby Ben Crenahaw David Graham Ceaar Sanudo Rlk Maaaengale Frank Beard Lou Graham Ben Kern Eddie Puree Jim Wlechera Bobby Mitchell Jim Barber Sam Adami Chuck Courtney Jerry Heard Bob Lunn Dale Douglaai Charlea Slfford Ohio (UPI) — Second round the American Golf Claislc on par-70 Firestone Country HAS A NEW TENNIS PRO John Lucas You're invited to free clinics - advise, tips, pointers - each Friday, Saturday and Sunday - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. - on the brand new tennis courts at Horizon South. Sharpen up your game and visit the new residental - resort community on the gulf at Panama City Beach - U.S. 98, half mile west of 79, or back beach road (30-A) 6749-136 . 65-71-136 70-67-137 66-72-138 7048-138 71-68-139 71-68-139 69-70-139 71-68-139 69-71-140 69-71-140 71-69-140 71-69-140 70-70-140 70-70-140 69-72-141 70-71-141 70-71-141 70-71-141 71-70-141 72-69-141 7348-141 72-70-142 72-70-142 71-71-142 71-71-142 71-71-142 70-72-142 69-73-142 70-72-142 71-72-143 70-73-143 72-71-143 68-75-143 74-69-143 70-73-143 73-70-143 74-70-144 75-69-144 74-70-144 70-74-144 71-73-144 72-72-144 71-73-144 73-71-144 69-75-144 72-73-145 72-73-145 75-70-145 77-68-145 73-72-145 73-72-145 70-75-145 75-70-145 72-73-145 73-72-145 71-74-145 75-71-146 72-74-146 72-74-146 72-74-146 75-71-146 73-73-146 73-73-146 71-75-146 73-74-147 73-74-147 75-72-147 73-74-147 73-74-147 72-75-147 NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Fla„ Saturday, June 22, IVti Page IB Locals Drop Close Ones tgomery Revelettes over Atlanta Chargers, 10-3. Top Ten IN SOUTHEASTERN — Milton Rebels' Sharon Smith scores against Sharron catcher Marie Madrid. All three Panama City entries went down to defeat in opening round action Friday night of the 10th annual Southeastern Invitational women's slow pitch Softball tournament at Oakland Terrace Park. But all three lost tough ones — Sharron Insurance by 16-7 in 10 innings to Milton Rebels, Rizzuto's Pizza by 4-3 in eight Innings to Tallahassee Stars and Surplus & Salvage Sales by 5-4 to Milton Charterettes. broke loose on Sandi Lowry's grand slam home run and added five more runs in the same inning. Sharron battled for three extra innings before the Rebels Rizzuto's loaded the bases after the first two batters were retired in the bottom of the eighth only to have the last batter fly to center. Debra Creel hit a home run in a losing effort for Surplus & Salvage. Ail three local teams drop into the losers' bracket of the 32-team, double-elimination tournament which Smith, St.L. Garr, Atl Groaa, Hou Maddox, SF Brock, St.L Buckner, LA Schmidt, Phil Garvey, LA Caah, Phil Davla, Mtl Natteaal Uagae t 57207 34 77 .372 65281 39104 .370 62208 36 72 .346 66269 41 87 .323 57 239 47 77 55214 28 69 66 221 41 71 66273 44 87 66271 47 86 55227 30 72 .322 .322 .321 .319 .317 .317 America* Leagae play this morning and winds up Sunday afternoon. Action starts at 8 this morning with four more opening round games — Chattanooga, Tenn., Longshore vs. Madison Ga., Lakers, Chattanooga Ed Wright vs. state champion St. Augustine Vols, Chattanooga Brock's vs. Gainesville William Thomas and Dalton, Ga., Precision Machine vs. Atlanta Chevronettes. Other openers last night saw Jewel Box Gems of Marianna win over Tallahassee JJJJjJ^ Seminoles, 9-3, Enterprise, nik, Boa Ala., Chicks over Tallahassee RoMnion, Bait Buddy's, 9-0 defending champion Suburban Realty of Pensacola over Ladnier of Mobile, 8-0, Pensacola Scramblers over Bainbridge, Ga., Goodwin Jewelers, 10-9, and Zep Stars Of National League: Wynn, LA and Albany, Ga., over Mobile SchmUU ' ph " 17i Cln ' Cedeno ' Cnlxtfo K n Hou and Garvey, LA 13. apinis, O-d. American League: Allen, Chi and Plus Montgomery Generals JX™ off £ K? m £ over Mapleton, Ga., Hornets, Burroughs Tex 13. 14-0, Macon Ga Mavericks NatlonB , ^J ^o^y. LA 55: OVer Mobile ColtS, 9-6, GetZ Of Wynn, LA 54-, Smith, St .L SI; Cedeno, Atlanta over Augusta, Ga., Hou » nd Schmidt, PWI so. 0 American League: Burrougha, Tex 56: Rudl, Oak 48: Mayberry, KC 47: Allen, Chi 46; Brlgga, Mil 45. r a 61243 36 97 58 201 42 70 45162 32 54 act. .399 .348 .333 61 224 17 74 .330 Brohamer, Clev Ollva, Minn Yaatrzemakl, Boa McRae, KC Braun, Minn Rudl, Oak Randle, Tex 44150 20 49 53194 16 63 62 219 41 69 61204 29 64 51172 20 54 64 251 28 78 59183 30 57 .327 325 315 314 314 ,311 .311 resumes streakers, 23-1, and Mon- Braves Make It 11 Out Of 13 Rangers Romp CINCINNATI (UPI) - Carl Morton, with final out relief help from Tom House, scattered 10 hits and outdueled Jack Billingham Friday night in pitching the sizzling Atlanta Braves to a 1-0 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. The victory was the Braves 11th in their last 13 games and 25th in their last 33. • A one-out double by Hank Aaron in the seventh inning led to the winning run for the Braves. After Aaron's double, Mike Lum was intentionally walked. Dave Johnson followed with an infield hit to load the bases and pinch-hitter Frank dadaoaU abrhbi 4 0 10 Rose If 4 0 10 Morgan 2b 4 0 0 0 Bench c 3 110 Perez lb 1 0 0 0 Geronlmo cf 3 0 10 Concepcin as 3 0 10 Rettnmnd rf 2 0 0 0 Chaney 3b 10 0 1 Crowley ph 1 0 0 0 Bllllnghm p 2 0 0 0 Drleaaen ph 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jl 1 S 1 ToUU Htl tnAUanU 0 10 010 1 • 0 - 1 daclaaatl »eess»asa_l DP-Atlanta 1. LOB-Atlanta 6, Cincinnati 12. Garr If Evana 3b Baker rl Aaron If . Office cf Lum lb Johnson 2b Caaanova c Tepedlno ph Oatea c Robinson as Morton p House p TaUta abrhbi 5 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 4 0 10 4 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 10 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 10 Tepedino then grounded out to second base, scoring Aaron. Morton, who won his ninth game in 15 decisions, carried an eight-hit shutout into the ninth but was removed from the game after giving up successive two-out singles to Dan Driessen and Pete Rose. House relieved and, after walking Joe Morgan, retired Johnny Bench on a pop to shallow left field to end the game. Simmons Shines ST. LOUIS (UPI) — Ted Simmons drove in three runs with a pair of clutch singles Friday night to lead the St. Louis Cardinals to a 5-1 victory over the Montreal Expos. Standings 2B-Aaron, Garr, clon, Billingham. Morton W 94 House Billingham L 64 Save-Home (6). T-2:15. A-31.128. Geronlmo. S-Concep- IP 82-3 1-3 9 r er bb so 0 0 3 4 Williams Ties Record LOS ANGELES (UPI) - San Diego State sophomore Steve Williams, the world's No. 1 sprinter in 1973 whose reputation was tarnished by a second- place finish in the NCAA meet this month, equalled the world 100-meter-mark of 9.9 seconds Friday night to beat a starstud- ded field at the National AAU track and field championships. Williams, going into the meet after three consecutive losses, beat a field that included Ivory Crockett, the world's first 9.0 100-yard dash sprinter, and Tennessee freshman Reggie Jones, his NCAA conqueror. Williams became the sixth man in history to run 9.9 at 100- meters to defend the AAU title he captured a year ago at Bakersfield, Calif. The world Why Pay High Cost of Labor when you can Purchase your Automotive Parts at KVA, Rent A Lift and install the Parts all under one roof? Stop in today and look over the Varied Assortment of Automotive Parts and Accessories Auto Supply 523 E. 6th St. Your One Stop Shop 785-7629 The win. allowed the Cardinals to move into second place, just one half game behind the Philadelphia Phillies, in the National League East. The Expos dropped to third, just one game back. 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A-17,949. abrhbi 3 2 2 1* 2 0 10 4 0 2 3 3 0 0 0 4 0 11 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 4 110 2 110 1110 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1. LOB-Montreal 8, St. >P 61-3 12-3 7 2-3 11-3 r er bb 4 4 5 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 ARLINGTON, Tex. (UPI) Cesar Tovar rapped a three-run homer, Toby Harrah clubbed two solo shots and Lenny Randle added five hits to power the Texas Rangers to a 12-3 victory over the California Angels Friday night in the first game of adoubleheader. CaUfarala Tesaa abrhbi abrhbi Rivera cf 4 110 Tovar If 4 3 2 3 Doyle 2b 1 0 0 0 Nelson 2b 6 2 2 1 Alomar 2b 2 0 0 0 Johnson If 4 0 11 Doherty lb 4 121 Lovitto cf 2 0 10 Sands dh 3 111 Burroghs rf 5 2 3 2 Lahoud If 4 0 10 Hargrove dh 2 12 0 Oliver 3b 3 0 0 0 Grieve ph 0 0 0 0 Schaal 3b 10 10 Spencer lb 3 0 12 Stanton rf 4 0 10 Fregosl lb 10 0 0 Chalk ss 2 0 10 Randle 3b 5 15 1 Uenas 2b 2 0 0 0 LBrown 3b 0 0 0 0 Egan c 2 0 0 0 Sims c 5 0 0 0 Stoneman p 0 0 0 0 Harrah ss 4 3 2 2 Figueroa p 0 0 0 0 Jenkins p 0 0 0 0 Cumbrlnd p 0 0 0 0 IMala Silt Talale 41 It II U OaUfarala MIMIM-S Texas 14»141»lx-lz DP-Callfornla 2, Texas 1. LOB- California 5, Texas 12. 2B-Rlvers, Johnson, Nelson 2, Burroughs, Randle, Lahoud. 3B-Doherty. HR- Garland Beaten 100-meter record was first set in the same race by Jim Hines, Charlie Greene and Ronnie Ray Smith in 1968 and equalled by Eddie Hart and Rey Robinson two years ago. Williams, a notoriously poor starter, got off with the field this time and took control of the race at the midway point. At the finish, Williams raised his right hand in a fist. The wind was an allowable 2.9 miles per hour. Big John Powell of the Pacific Coast Club won his first AAU discus title with an AAU record of 214 feet, ,11 inches. Mac Wilkins, last year's champion from Oregon, was runnerup at 205.9. Powell bettered the AAU record of 213.0 set by Jay Sylvester in 1972. Friday's Detroit at New York, night Cleveland at Boston, night Baltimore at Milwaukee, night Chicago at Minnesota, night California at Texas, 2, twlnight Kansas City at Oakland, night Satarday'a Oamea (All Times EDT) Detroit (Fryman 3-3) at New York (Tldrow 5-6), 2 p.m. Cleveland (G. Perry 12-1) at Boston (Cleveland 5-5), 2 p.m. Baltimore (Grlmsley 7-7) at Milwaukee (Kobel 3-5), 2:30 p.m. Chicago (Pitlock 2-1) at Minnesota (Albury 2-6), 2:15 p.m. Kansas City (Splittorff 7-6) at Oakland (Holtzman 7-8), 4:30 p.m. California (Ryan 84) at Texas (Bibby 104), 9 p.m. NaUeaal Leagae Standlags By United Press lateraatioaal (West Coaat Night Game Not Incladed) East Philadelphia St. Louis Montreal Chicago Pittsburgh New York w. I. 35 32 33 31 30 29 27 35 27 36 pet. .522 .516 .508 .435 .429 g.b. V4 1 514 26 39 .400 8 Weal w. I. pel. g.b. Los Angeles 44 23 .657 Atlanta 39 27 .591 414 Cincinnati 36 28 .563 6% Houston 34 34 .500 10V4 San Francisco 33 36 .478 12 San Diego 29 43 .403 171* Friday's ReaaHs Chicago 3 Pittsburgh 2 New York 3 Philadelphia 1. night Atlanta 1 Cincinnati 0, night St. Louis 5 Montreal 1, night Houston 2 San Diego 0, night San Francisco at Loa Angeles, night Saturday's Oamea (All times EDT) Pittsburgh (Brett 8-4) at Chicago (Fralling 5-5), 2:15 p.m. New York (Parker 1-6 and Stone 3-4 or Apodaca 1-4) at Philadelphia (Schueler 38 and Twltchell 1-1), 2, 5:35 p.m. Atlanta (P. Niekro 8-4) at Cincinnati (Carroll 4-1), 7 p.m. Montreal (Rogers 7-7) at St. Louis (McGlothen 9-3), 7 p.m. San Diego (Grief 2-9) at Houston (Wilson 3-4), 8:35 p.m. San Francisco (Barr 4-3) at Los Angeles (Sutton 64), 10 p.m. MILWAUKEE (UPI) - Jim Slaton turned in 61-3 innings of five-hit relief and Darrell Porter homered Friday night to lead the Milwaukee Brewers to an 8-6 victory over the Baltimore Orioles. Slaton, who relieved starter Bill Travers with none out in the second and Baltimore ahead 4-2, held the Orioles to two runs during his stint before giving way to Tom Murphy in the ninth and received credit for his seventh win in 15 decisions. Wayne Garland, 1-1, took the loss. Dierker Is Star HOUSTON (UPI) - Larry Dierker, with ninth inning relief help from Fred Scherman, allowed only four hits and stroked a key double Friday night to lead the Houston Astros to a 2-0 victory over the San Diego Padres. Dooley Files $5 Million Suit CHICAGO (UPI) - Former Chicago Bear's head coach Jim Dooley filed a $5 million damage suit in U.S. District Court Friday against the Southern California Sun and the World Football League. Dooley, who filed for bankruptcy March 13, charged that th« Sun and the WFL conspired to have him fired as a defensive coach for the Sun. Dooley, fired by the Bears after the 1971 season, said he was hired by the Sun March 1 on a one-year contract with a salary of $27,000. Tovar (2), Sands Rivers, Randle Spencer. Stoneman L 1-6 Figueroa Cumberland Jenkins W 8-8 WP-Jenktns. T-2:23. (4), Harrah 2 (4,5). SB- S-Doyle, Egan, IP 12-3 3 31-3 r er bb 5 5 3 5 5 2 2 2 1 3 3 1 Milner The Man PHILADELPHIA (UPI) John Milner banged out a pair of home runs and Tom Seaver gained his first victory in three weeks despite leaving the game with a hip injury Friday night as the New York Mets defeated the Philadelphia Phillies, 3-1. Milner hit solo homers, his 10th and 11th, in the fourth and sixth innings off loser Steve Carlton, 9-5. Milner was the first lefthanded batter to homer off Carlton this year. New York Garrett aa Mlllan 2b Staub rf Jonea If Milner lb Hahn cf Grote c Boswell 3b Seaver p Miller p McGraw p Talala New York Philadelphia E-Mlllan 3, Grote, York 1, Philadelphia 1. Philadelphia 9. HR-Mitner 2 PkUsdeLsW* abrhbi 4 0 1 0 Caah 2b 4 0 0 0 Bowa ss 4 111 Schmidt 3b 4 0 0 0 Montanez lb 4 2 2 2 Unser cf 3 0 0 0 Button If 3 0 2 0 Anderson rf 4 0 10 Boone c 1 0 0 0 Carlton p 2 0 0 0 Rogdznsk ph 0 0 0 0 Scarce p Robinson ph tlS7l-Tstala abrhM 5010 4010 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 12 0 2 0 10 4 0 10 » 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0 10 11 34 1 7 1 Ml ill ait-] Mt Ml M|— 1 Boswell. DP-New LOB-New York 6, Seaver W 4-6 Miller McGraw Carlton L Scarce 9-5 UHF Radios & Antennas (4 Makes, 10 Modtls to choose) 20% OFF Radio Direction Finders 20% OFF Lorans $845 UP CBS - Mobile ft Base Stations $99.95 UP Compasses, Clocks, ft Barometers 20% OFF Tap* Decks ft Spoakors 25% OFF Fresh Water Systems ft Bilge Pumps 20% OFF 12 V Hand Spotlites Reg. $34.95-24.95 Raytheon DE 725C Recorders, While They Last $295.00 Yt ft 1 Ton Marine Air Conditioners, Ice Makers, Combo Ref. ft Ice Maker's Air Horns, Light Fixtures Switches, and Miscellaneous Hardware ALL ON SPECIAL! SALE ENDS JUNE 30 MARINE ELECTRONICS COMPANY 2807 W. 12th Strwt Phone: 763-5658 (10,11). Staub (10). Ip h r er bb 5 2 0 0 2 3 4 110 110 0 1 7 6 2 2 3 2 1110 Miller pitched to 2 batters in 9th. Save-McGraw (2). T-2;26. A-28,262. Horton Produces NEW YORK (UPI) - A two- out pinch-hit single by Willie Horton in the ninth inning brought home Jim Northrup with the tying run and Bill Freehan scored on on the same play on a wild throw by center- fielder Elliott Maddox to give the Detroit Tigers a 3-2 victory over the New York Yankees Friday night. Mickey Lollch went the distance for the Tigers, picking up his ninth victory against seven defeats. He allowed only five hits while walking one and striking out six. Legal Notices ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Legal Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the State of Florida, Department of General Services, Division of Building Construction and Maintenance, until 11:00 a.m. o'clock Central Daylight Saving Time on June 26, 1974, and will at that time be publicly opened and read aloud at the office of Mr. Frank Smith, Business Administrator, Sunland Training Center, Marianna, Florida 32446, for: "MISCELLANEOUS REPAIRS AND RENOVATIONS • HRS 6266; FIRE SAFETY DEFICIENCIES HRS 6262." All materials furnished and all work performed shall be in accordance with the drawings, specifications and contract documents, which may be examined, but not obtained, at the office of the Bureau of Construction, 319 East Gaines Street, Tallahassee, Florida, and may be obtained from the office of Saxon Poyner, Architect, 1020 East Lafayette Street, Tallahassee, Florida. Contractors may secure drawings and specifications from the Architect for a deposit of $50.00 per set, each set comprising both listed projects, with a limit of two sets per Contractor. The deposit will be returned to the Bidder upon the return of the plans and specifications, in good condition, to the Architect. Make checks payable to Saxon P. Poyner, Architect. All bids must be submitted on the proposal form as furnished by the Architect-Engineer and must be accompanied by a Bid Bond, certified check, Cashier's check, Treasurer's check or Bank draft, in a sum not less than five (5) percent of the amount of the base bid, as a guarantee that the Bidder will enter into an agreement with the owner if his bid is accepted. This bid shall remain in force for 30 days after the time of opening. Bidders must be licensed to do business in the State of Florida. The successful Bidder will be required to furnish a Performance and Payment Bond described in the documents. The Department of General Services reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive informalities in any bid whenever such rejection or waiver is in the interest of the State of Florida. Each bid shall be clearly marked SEALED BIDS FOR PROJECT NUMBER HRS 6266 MISCELLANEOUS REPAIRS AND RENOVATIONS; HRS 6262 - FIRE SAFETY DEFICIENCIES and delivered through the mail or otherwise to the following address: MR. FRANK SMITH, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR SUNLAND TRAINING CENTER MARIANNA, FLORIDA 32446 Drawings and specifications will only be issued by and all questions relative to bidding shall be directed to: SAXON P. POYNER, ARCHITECT, 1020 EAST LAFAYETTE STREET, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32301, PHONE (904) 877-S447. STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES DIVISION OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE ALBERT A. BASS, DIRECTOR 8830: June 8, IS, 22,1974 CALL FOR BIDS The Division of Youth Services is requesting bids for Fresh Meat, Bid No. 75-3. Bids will be received until 3:00 P.M., Wednesday, July 3,1974, and should be addressed to: J.H. Roach, Purchasing Division of Youth Services 1317 Winewood Boulevard Building 3, Room 107 Tallahassee, Florida 32301 Bid blanks and detailed specifications are available at the Purchasing Office, 1317 Winewood Boulevard, Tallahassee, Florida. The Division of Youth Services reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Joseph R. Rowan, Director's- J.H. Roach, Purchasing Director 8882: June 22,1974 GULF COAST SPEEDWAY STOCK CAR RACING also Mod if iad r!css HWY.77 RACING EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT

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