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[44] > Image [44] of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1960-03-apr5.

Part of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees

44 W. lnvNtations to Luncheon at Maxwell Place and to Visit the Medical Center, and DistTbiEonTof Pamphlets. President Dickey stated that the staff of the Medical Center had issued an invitation to members of the Board of Trustees and their wives to visit the Medical Center after luncheon. He also reminded them that he and Mrs. Dickey would be delighted to have them to luncheon at Maxwell Place. The President called to the attention of the members a bulletin which he had distributed to them from the Kentucky Geological Survey entitled Proceed- in.s of the Technical Session, Kentucky Oil and Gas Association, Twenty-thira Annuat Meeting, June 5, 1959. He then distributed a statement by Paul Engle, printed in the Saturday Evening Post, entitled "In Defense of the State University", and recas good reading for members of the Board of Trustees. X. Budaets and Financial Reports to Be Given Prior Study. Mr. Watkins moved that, in connection with the submission and approval of the Budget, wherever possible the budget documents should be submitted ten days in advance of the meeting of the Board to consider the budget. He also advised that this could be done on the second year of the biennium and might be done on the first year of the biennium by delaying the Board meeting. Mr. Smith also asked that copies of the financial report be sent to members of the Board prior to the meeting of the Board, whenever feasible. Upon motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the budget document was ordered submitted to members of the Board of Trustees ten days in advance of the meeting whenever feasible. Y. Blanton Collier Praised. Mr. W. F. Foster stated that he had invited Mr. Blanton Collier to speak in Mayfield to a large group of salesmen gathered from a wide area of states of the Union. Hle stated that Mr. Collier did make a speech to the group, that his enithusiasm and delivery electrified the audience, and that he made a great talid lasting for an hour and 15 minutes. He praised Mr. Collier as a great man who speaks from the heart. Mr. Hobson thanked Mr. Foster for his words of praise in behalf of Mr. Collier. Ad journment,. Without objection and without a motion, the Board adjourned at 1:10 EST. Frank D. Peterson, Secretary Board of Trustees and Executive Committee