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6 The motion for the adoption of said resolution and approval of the Notice of Sale of Bonds and the Official Bid Form was seconded by Mr. John R. Crockett. After full discussion the Chiarrnan put the question and the vote thereon was recorded as follows: Voting "Aye": Mr. Alverson, Mr. Bell, Mr. Black, Mrs. Blazer, Mrs. Clark, Mr. Clay, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Goss, Mr. Crockett, Mr. Griffin, Mr. Kincaid, Professor Oberst, Mr. Palmer, Professor Sears, Mr. Sturgill, Judge Sutherland, Mr. Flegle, and Dr. Woodyard. Voting "Nay": None The Chairman thereupon announced that the said resolution was in full force and effect and that the Notice of Sale of Bonds and the Official Bid Form were approved. (Copies of the text of said resolution, Notice of Sale of Bonds and Official Bid Form are appended to the Minutes as FCR 4B) N. Medical Center Report In keeping with the policy of hearing reports from the various divisions of the University, Dr, Bosomworth presented a report on the total Medical Center operation. Following his presentation the dean of each of the five colleges com- posing the Medical Center reported on a particularly interesting new program in his college. 0. Mr. Bell Commends Board Mr. Bell, after requesting permission to speak, said that since his term expired on December 31 this was his last meeting with the Board of Trustees and he wished to say what a privilege and honor it had been to serve and how much respect and admiration he had for his fellow members, President Singletary and the faculty 'and students of the University of Kentucky. He pledged his continuing support of the University and its program. Mr. Clay thanked Mr. Bell on behalf of the Board and said that Mr. Bell had been a truely valuable member but that he would withhold any further remarks at this time since Mr. Bell would continue to serve until replaced. P. Meeting Adjourned Having determined that there was no further business to come before the Board of Trustees, on motion duly made, seconded and carried, the meeting