The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 28, 1987 · Page 18
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August 28, 1987

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 18

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Ml THE BA V TOWN SUN Friday, Augutt 3M, 1987 SUV CLASSIFIED 422-8323 ANNOUNCING OUR NEW PHARMACY We are excited about our new pharmacy located at Independence Plaza. This new facility offers a unique opportunity to provide the services of a community pharmacy in the same building with 25 highly respected physicians covering a wide range of specialties. Independence Plaza is located at Baker Road and Garth Road and is adjacent to the future site of San Jacinto Hospital. Pharmacy'in the Baytown area is a very competitive business and our plan is to be right in the thick of it. The pharmacy reputation must be built on quality, service and price, as well as a sensitivity to the needs of patients. Our new store will offer name brand and generic prescriptions, a wide supply of over the counter items, and a gift section with Hallmark cards, candy, cosmetics and small appliances. We also offer free delivery of prescription items. For 22 years we have tried to provide the personalized service that is only possible in an independent, hometown drug store. We look forward to continuing to serve you in this manner. Sincerely, D. Wayne Gray Gray Pharmacy Independence Plaza Independence Plaza 4201 Garth Road-Suite 100 422-6197 Bay Plaza Shopping Center 2306 N. Alexander 422-8221 REID TO SPEAK HERE A MINORITY youth workshop, entitled "Where Are You Going?" and spoouored by J.D. Walker Community Center and the Baytown chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), will feature presentations by Robert Reid of the Houston Rockets, John Lucas of the Milwaukee Bucks and State Sen. Gene Green, r>Hou*ton. The workshop, set for 9 a.m-noon Saturday at Lee College, will allow high school and Junior school students to visit with professionals and skilled semi-professionals from various Job fields. NAACP officials invite parents to accompany their children to the workshop. Regents award chiller contract Lee College Board of Regents voted 6-1 Thursday to award a contract for the air conditioning system's chiller maintenance to the second low bidder. Johnson Controls of Houston. Regents awarded the one-year contract for 523.604 after a motion to award the contract to low bidder H.V.A.C. Mechanical Services (.823.244) failed 4-3. Regents Oswall Harman. Dr. Keith Coburn. Don Coffey and Gwen Altwein voted against H.V.A.C.. while Claudia Smith. Wayne Gray and M i k e Bargainer voted for the motion. Regent Alden Weaver abstained, citing his friendship with one of the bidders. Mrs. Smith was the only dissenter in the vote to award the contract.to Johnson Controls, which has provided the service for two years. Weaver again abstained. When Kyle Jennings, purchasing agent, recommended the bid submitted by H.V.A.C., Harman asked him why a recommendation by Cecil Morgan, maintenance superintendent, wasn't accepted. Jennings said Morgan checked references and got good reports on H.V.A.C.. but recommended the college remain with Johnson Controls because no units now under contract by H.V.A.C. are as large as LC chillers However, because H.V.A.C. was the low bidder, even if only by $360, the administration recommended that company, said Jennings. He said the college in the past has changed companies for less money. Harman indicated the matter was one of determining the best low bid. Answering a question from Jennings, Rick Peebles, the board's legal adviser, noted the accepted standard is to take the lowest bid meeting specifications. If the board tabled the matter, the college would be without chiller maintenance for about three weeks, said Jennings. When the first vote failed. heUn- dicated the college would have to advertise for bids again, a process that would take even longer. Before the second vote was taken. Weaver noted legal appeal processes are available to a low bidder that doesn't get a contract. I987 FOOTBALL CONTEST COMINO TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 st Sponsored by TRAVEL AGENCY 427-0487 BAYTOWNS OLDEST AND LARGEST TRAVEL AGENCY CONTINENTAL UP WHERE YOU BELONG Contest Rules • WHKIY WINNERS or* ttm« wlw pick ft* nwtt winding fowni for ttwt fwrtiratar w««k. A tw brMktr WMM i* ike litttd MI tit* form. GMH rWt teort only. In Hw «»ont of • Ita, Hw wimwr't MUM will Iw •mm from • tat. Strry only 1 «*mtr p«r priw. • AN tfftrMi mMt IN »i*mlm< M tin offkM n*wsp«p«r form Mty • * AM wftrM* MMt Iw MwIM t* TM Nytow* SOT ot P.O. t*» 90, , Ti. 77SM or f«r •* WIITMI it 3:»« Metj ptar t* l»wl wttfci • Only MM entry P** p*"** *MI fc* •cuitto'. • TNI MAUD mill «fMHr to HM cmfwtMt <*• picks ffc* «MHtn **H«fl »«*• wrrtrt M«t«rt rwi. To win ttM few*! frit* H \t MI »«rf«r) Hut fM tmtr mry «Mk. T*v M«rt Mitw «t M«t 1 1 GRAND PRIZE LAS VEGAS 3 days 2 nights people * Round Trip o»r far* • Lodging o» the Fabulous Flamingo HilMn • Room tOMPS * Some araruitit * Gaming certrfteolw 2nd Place Grand Prize 4 tickets to the BLUEBONNET BOWL Weekly Prize Winners $ 25 $1C Second Place IJ Weekly Prize First Place Weekly Prize

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