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Papers in Warsaw, Springfield, Lebanon, Bardstown, Corbin, Hende’rSoniLexington are tops ———————
By Pam Shingler ~ Lebanon Enterprise, The Kentucky Stan- prizes and one third place. _ .
Press Editor . ' dard "in BardStown, The Times—Tribune ' ‘ Warnick topped theWeekly Class Gannon" County News
The state’s outstanding writers , in Corbin, The Cleaner in Henderson , , 1 entries with number one honors for Clean County News
and photographers were the center- and the Lexington Herald-Leader. . editorial, one—subject column, general Central CW Tlmes-Argus
piece ofthe awards banduet during The distinctiOn of winning the - news story, on-going/extendedc'ov- W
KPA’s mid-winter convention in most first place awards is shared by 'eragestory,newspictureessay,feature ‘ Springfield Sun
Frankfort. ’ Kelley Warnick, editor of the Gallatin picture and feature picture essay. Georgetown Graphic
In addition to earning personal County News, and 'Ninie Glasscock, Warnick also took home three second Clay Clty Tlmes ,
citations, their work garnered General SpringfieldSun editor. ' T place awards and one third place. W111 4
Excellence awards for Gallatin County Glasswckplacedatthetopamong Among the larger papers with Lebanon Enterprise
News inWarsaw, Springfield Sun, WeeklyClassHentrantsinthecatego- morespecialized StaffsiHerbBrOCkof5 Anderson News.
————’—‘—‘—“‘—"— ries of feature story, one-subject col- the Advocate-Messenger in Danville Whitley Republican
“ 1 _ “m“: variety-of—subjects column, 0‘" won three first lace awards for his MIME—Ml!
NIB Week, March 2 6 going/extended coverage story, gen- 5 .writing, and Charles Bertram of the The Kentucky Standard
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With lessons on exploring the news- 5 1 Blue Ribbons! all 1992 president'at thegend of the win- 1 '
paper, 13601318, iSSUES, community re- WinnersoftheKPA's1991FallContestarefeaturedinthisconventionedition terconvention Dispensin with re-
sources,theenvironment,and thearts. of The Kentucky Press. And here'sanapprop‘riate example. Kelley Warnick pared notes she sim 1 acgce tedpthe 9
To order, can IRA at 302/731-1600, . of Gallatin CountyNews shota winneranywayyou look atit.This photowas gavel said 'I'Thanks‘?a¥id ad?ourned
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' ’ ”3%? ' , 3? i 34:: - President
_ g5; Agggréfgg’éf .3; . ‘3 ’1‘ g i. e. , ., ' $2“: ”Z; 2 Mary SChUI’Z
' 3e , ‘ -. We‘re Danville Advocate-Messenger
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. '92 : £2 . N 1 ' UM Jerry Lyies, Benton Tribune-Courier
. . t r , t f , ‘r is Past President
1992 officers of KPA r 3:" -- -~ .1433 Celia McDonald
were mstalled durmg 3 15"“: ~ mfggggefizeeee
, the wmter conventlon's , :3 gagggé. 3;; gr; gfié ' Steve Lowery, The Kentucky Standard
annual Changmg of 3 3 4 “23:3 £33m“; it" t’ W; Treasurer '
the Guard luncheon... ‘ ‘3‘” W x , 3 i , . .. t“ . re. _ D°'°”‘Y Abernathyr O’dha’" E’a
- , , v r = , 3e} 63 ‘3 $3 0 ‘ _ Board of Directors
' They are; CIOCkWISe f ' ‘ «it .3 $373 re ’ Districti '
from left, treasurer ’ ‘ “$3361; ' ' _ ”a”??? ‘ ';~‘ ‘: g 2‘ w - William Mitchell, Fulton Leader
Dorothy Abernathy, $235261“; We“ 3, N ' at? Dist"?! 2 3
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. The Oldham Era, , 3 y '. 335:3? fl " efiyéfi} 333:“ ‘ 134‘? 5 Dawson Springs Progress
preSIdent-elect Jerry ‘ $5 $3: 6333‘ v- , . DlstrlctS
. ' Lyles, Benton Tnbune- , 33: ' e32 § ~ 3‘: . M 353;?“ Mam” C°‘”’”’ News
Courier, .Vlce PreSIdent J ’fi -:’¢iff:5;';v;3f ‘ 35%,: _ ”if: Charlie Portmann, Franklin Favorite
Steve Lowery, The ‘ ' . 1135333 . 93$ ' . 3333 District 5
‘ Kentucky Standard; ta: ‘ ' - ‘ 3 3 C9'ema" L°Ve .
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past pres1dent Cella t , - Districts
McDonald, Harlan a :1 3 , @fii r ' Dorothy Abernathy, Oldham Era
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preSIdent Mary Schlitz, rt‘ 1 , v t r ‘33.“ "W District 8-9
DanvilleAd-uocate- . ' ‘ ‘ ‘ Ken Metz, Bath County News-Outlook
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g . 3 V ._ Marty Backus
2 . , . Appalachian News-Express
District 12
' , ’ Louise Hatmaker
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, _‘ 3 _ .9 > ' ’ 3 District 14 _ .
5551' Al. ‘ W. ' Stuart Simpson, Pulaski Week
boa‘dOfd‘recwrsmxmee‘S5°Cia‘eSDlmerherY‘WflChe’ 35:1,; 3 ,9 .: " Merv Aubespin, Courier-Journal
Ma’tYBaCRusPubhsm’OftheadvahsmgmahagerettheCMWI f r t “s Camiila BOX» Union County Advocate
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Thmk local, experts tell KPA conveners Information
B Ron Brid eman ‘ '
leisamine him, boxes, sidebars and graphics. She ad- \IBroaden yourdefinition ofnews; central
&: Pam Shingler, The Kentucky Press vised that many times stories should cover every neighborhood._ _ ' .
”All the really big news is local,” stop at a transition point, with related ‘tCOVBfI local SUCCESS stories and ‘ GOV‘ 3 press alde wants
said a Scripps Howard executive to a material presented as sidebars, offer- heroes. one source Of state info .
packed room of newspaper leaders in ing more shortstories played together. - \IEncourage PUbliC discussion on B All n Blair ‘
a Friday morning KPA convention Citing the Poynter study, the nIeIWS pages 0f issues important to .' Pilaskei Week ‘
program. presenters said that readers ”process” Citizens. ' “ T F nk A hl
For that reason, Editorial Services three-fourths of all artwork on a page \IPromote community participa- ‘ wenty years ago, ra S CIY
Vice President Susan Miller said, edi-' and half of the headlines and ads. ' tiOfl- ’ ,V I " ' gas, adcflunelhlouma}: reportelrI 1n
tors should tryto findalocaltie—in. ' They also look at two-thirds of the VPut "context” and ”perspective” , t alazatrs ‘ 51“” the “5!: :lfiugna ‘5’.“
The newsbusiness confronts ahost brief boxes. - , high up in stories. . - ‘ t G o? 3112;: 1022:} :25: 5:53? as
gfmoralandethicalissuesthatneed to Readership,Millersaid,is highest ‘t' IVReduIce the length of routine Ashley spoke atpKPA’s winrtir
e addressed on news pages, Miller for news stOries and least for s ’ rts: s ones. ' < ' ,~ ' ' '
said. ”Readers believe we confer sta— 5 ' _ - , - p0 ' . wIKeep briefs to a sentence or two. convention 1n 13”.“ka on some 0f -
tus on news and withhold status by 1 II Among other desrgn pomts, the I . i \lEmpha‘size..in divi duals over the goals hehas setforhis tenureas the
not covering some stories ”she said. study showed ..th.e larger the photo '-gr5“PS- ‘7 t l t ' . ' state’s “‘1er one press OffiFlal'
. Miller and Scripps Howard the more likely it is to’be processed; I. _..-.tt;s:::=:s:s=«:§ {figff’éfflf'f’fafixf . .. I Speaking to about 50 editors and
graphics director Randy Cochran ' readers eIrIiterap age at theIdorrunant .' figfikgfigffif’figédfiifl -» reporters, Ashley ,Said (”Fe Of his big'
_ , ” interestp0int,'notnecessar1ly the top . :ogjlég/figyz’uftj‘ffgiégfirwl ] . gest goals is to centralize the releasing
”People want good news stories otlnt blocks enhance but don t guar- ._ wlnfarf“%§%fifiofi% ' ‘- ,
.' Iput (thebig bosses’) memos 1n EKEAEfiaggfi‘gggfifiéfi? 1-5 ‘ 44 -, 4 4 2, ,
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not heard about them in two weeks-,1 g:1*:fif§$flg§%féfi&fffifi9 ‘ "34 I ‘ - 2 5‘4 ' ' 2 ‘ n
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lsafgufijeofle’ fopls' gutters,“ Ejaxisé £V$f6,”‘ Here's the way 1t rs
rules on [it 4554:1138: (tieCOVEESrin t: y,,,>44;, . ' Russ Metz, fight! Bath County News-Outlook, obvrously has the ear Of 1115
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1e islatuEeP” pp y g e °°‘ legislatorl State ReP- Adrian Am, old, dunng the LEglslatlve Recaption,
g . _ . - Thursday evening of KPA's winter convention.

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. “AS: 811.1“. '77,“: . - A. ,A State Rep. Albert Jones extends a hand to a well-wisher following a KPA ‘
Celia McDonald had the formula for putting a smile on Davrd Hawpe 5 face. convention luncheon where he was presented the BarryBingham Freedom of
McDonald, ”-91 KEAA p reSIdent, “We“ Hawpe With the Mo“ Valuable InformationAward.The Paducah attomeyhas beenanouispoken proponent
MemberAward during KPA's convention awards banquet. Hawpe,editor of of governmental openness. Past winners of the award include Jo-Ann
The Courier-Journal, was presrdent in 1990‘ McDonald, now immediate past Alb ers, Western Kentucky University, 1988;John Munford Sr., Union County

presrdent, publishes the Harlan Daily Enterprise. . _ Advocate, 1987, and Barry Bingham Sr., The Courier-Journal, 1986. '
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BY Fran Ellers , - - , . .
The Courier-Journal ' 4 ‘ ' ‘- ‘ -. ‘ ° - ‘ , _ _ .
. Gov. BreretonJonessaidhewould A. such a change in House Bill 149, pro- budget, which he will present to the ties. Health and social services, plus ,
support changing a ‘proposal to re; _ posed by state Rep. Ernesto Scorsone. legislature Feb. 6. , . education reform costs, are eating up .
structure state university boards to Jones told the press association Jones said the problem is priori- the budget. But Jones said he is also
require that up to half of the current ' that even though there are good b'oard ‘ ‘ . determined to "create jobs,” particu-
' board members be reappointed. members now serving, there are also - , ... .....A. . larly because of the depressed
The governor told KPA members some who got the jobs for the wrong 5%. \gges XII; economy.
ataconvention luncheon that he had reasons. Under 1115 proposal, Jones §§§ Nit tag. \§3.AA‘§ After his speech, Jones gave an _
‘ intended to keep some of the board would pick from three candidates. , i3? a geek. § Maker example of how' he might create jobs,
members anyway and would support The governor also discussed the ' gee It {Sim‘tie “‘3‘: by following through onaproposal to '
m 3. use... ‘ sell $100 million in bonds to renovate
r ’ r ’ ' ‘ . . » . . .3... stein. the state parks system. -
88 035” 53 a S _ 3 ‘ a“. teh:§e.§r. ewgig“ Jones also indicated that some
By Gloria Davis A . . inns gash wt 3§§§§§§ changes may be coming in how the
KPS Ad Director dealing with adVertisers: ’A’ AA A g §§Ajfi§§ state {Pn‘isfiemces to the poor,say1ng .
A , ' ' - - ' ' " - : tiniest thatpriorities need tobeset. The needs

Larry Bartscher s seminar title 'QUIZ advertisers on thelr'bUSI‘ - . News . ,, . . .

' ‘ " A A d d A ‘ ‘ K ' A ,fi§:3 range from low quality of life for 82-
provrdedaclearcluetolusphilosophy: ness an nee s. _ .36 .. ear-olds to low ualit of life for
"The meek may inherit the earth, but iUncover what the customer __ 3.. 3., y . 51 Y_

' " ' ' ' v V , ‘g'WAA , pregnant women, he said. But the
they 11 never survwe in this market. _ wants. . . . . net .I statemuststartmakin hard decisions

The Nebraskan preached aggres'. .UXIite effOrts for a media-mix. A. 3??“ t ,. . about WhiCh is moreg im rtant he
sive selling to members of KPA’s Ad- ' OUse the informatiOn you find. _ _ said , P0 ,
vertising Division during the Winter ilnitiate new plans and ideas. , I ‘ . _. _ _ . ..
convention in Frankfort last month; ' OInform advertisers of your 2 ., The Constitution does not solve our

”OurjobistomakethecustomEr’s Paper’ 5 benefits. _ j‘ . . ' ' problems.Itgivespeople fr eedoman d
cash register ring, not just Sell lineage ' -Inject enthus1asm. , > 3 I , . opportunity to solve their own prob-
for papers,” said Bartscher, publisher - - The ever present sales kit, . - I lems;AIt gives representatives of the
of the Norfolk (Neb.) News and ad- Bartschersaid, should include’I‘a copy ‘ _ people authority to help solve prob—
vertising consultant. , , of your most recent newspaper, *all, . - .. lems; It provides an executive to en- .

”Newspapers’shareofthemarket rate cards with local, national, classr- . . I. , I . , » , _ force the laws and administer the
is dwindling and it’s up tous to tumit tied and color charges, *c1rcu1ation ‘. . f . _ , _ '-: government; It provides a judicial
around," he said. I . . inforpiationghip clode breiIikdowcp of Gov. Brereton Jones, speaking at the, . branch to say what the law means;

Bartscher outlined ways to build circu ation, ca cu ator, rIu er, re uc- Friday luncheon ofKPA's winter _ From there onIit is up to the people.—
revenue , and increase lineage, when tion wheel and other de51gn tools. convention. Chief Justice Warren Burger

 Page 6, The Kentucky Press, February 1992 . I .
, . . Churches don t need new tax exemptmns
' ring/g, 10““ Lucas! 0'"me P'e“ empt status to all churclmwned prepertieS- taxes this yeah” .

' ”"’5’f.g’~r”.%.;;,/?&e§/fjx Best Editorial, Weekly Class II ' Specifically what they’re talking about is Aside from that discussion of principle, a
””i!"’5jm{7’e It has taken a pocketbook issue like taxes to brin gin gincome—producing properties—rental practical considera tion about the amendment is
/’l’/’5’~’9’tt final] unite the Ba fists and Catholics. Both real estate, church-owned businesses and stock the ible roliferation of dumm churches
x‘ f’,’ pulpits vigorously support adoption of an and bond portfolios ’— under the tax-free ume for tax avoidance purposes. This businessmi ght
Cf e amendment to the Kentucky Constitution to teeth. - wen become a "church." We serve a pubic
gig/5;, broaden the tax exempt status of churches. Our contention is that when a church purpose. We havea meetinghouse, andthrough
(“Vt/f” That will be Constitutional Amendment ’. chooses to enter the business world, it’s there our subscription list, we have a membership.
anuck No.4 on the Nov..6 ballot. -- like the rest of us. It doesn't need an unfair We could become a church to have our real
, ' We think it’sa bad idea and are appalled at 7 ’ competitive advantage of being able to sell its