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[37] > Image [37] of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1960-03-apr5.

Part of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees

37 given to two seniors in agriculture who had made very high standings during the past three years. He recommended that these gifts be accepted and used for the purposes indicated, and upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the checks were authorized accepted, and the President was requested to thank Mr. Weil. From: Mr. Philip Sang, River Forest, Illinois--$ 1, 601. 07. President Dickey told the Board that Mr. Philip Sang, River Forest, Illinois, had given to the University the proceeds from 50 shares of stock of Spiegel, Inc. , amounting to $1, 601. 07, and stated that the art objects which will be bought with the gift will contribute much to the enrichment of the Uni- versity? s educational atmosphere. He recommended that the gift be accepted, and upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Board concurred in the recommendation and asked the President to convey to Mr. Sang their appreciation. From: Kentucky Retail Farm Equipment Association, Louisville,Ky. --$200. 00. The President presented a check for $200. 00 received from the Ken- tucky Retail Farm Equipment Association to be used to furnish a scholarship to an agricultural engineering student. He recommended that this be accepted, and upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the check for $200. 00 was authorized accepted, and the President was requested to thank the Association, From: Mr. David Bolotin, Lexington, Ky. - - $200. 00. President Dickey reported that Mr. David Bolotin had given to the Jay Weil Memorial Scholarship Fund at the University his check for $200. 00, and recommended that the check be accepted. Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the gift was ordered accepted, and the President was requested to thank Mr. Bolotin for his generosity. From: Sealtest Foods Corporation, Louis- ville, Ky. --$200. 00. The President stated that the University had received check for $200. 00 from the Sealtest Foods Corporation, to be awarded to a Dairy Science student beginning with the fall term in September 1960. He recommended that the check be accepted, and upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Board concurred in the recommendation and asked that he express the appreciation of the members to the Sealtest Foods Corporation.