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       Minutes of the Meeting of the Executive Committee of the University
of Kentucky, November 20, 1959.


       The Executive Committee of the University of Kentucky met in the Pres-
ident2 s Office on the campus of the University at 9:40 a. m. , CST, with the fol-
lowing members present: R. P. Hobson, Chairman; Dr. Ralph J. Angelucci,
J. Stephen Watkins and Harper Gatton. Absent: Wood Hannah, Sr. President
Frank G. Dickey and Secretary Frank D. Peterson were present.



       A. Approval of Minutes.

       Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the minutes of the Execu-
tive Committee of October 16, 1959, were approved as published.



       B. Temporary Investments Authorized.

       Mr. Peterson reported that the Treasury Department had announced
the refunding of some bonds at a new rate of interest, 5-1/4%. Mr. Peterson
recommended that $180, 000 be invested temporarily. He stated that the bonds
would mature by the time the funds are needed for operation.

       Upon motion duly made, seconded arid carried, the sumn of $180, 000
was authorized invested in short-term 5-1/4% government bonds.



       C. Financial Report.

       Mr. Peterson submitted financial report for the four-months period
ended October 31, 1959. The report contained a balance sheet and related
statements which presented a complete financial picture of the period for all
funds of the University.

      Members of the Committee examined the balance sheet for Current
General Funds and Plant Funds, and the statement of operations for all depart-
ments and divisions of the University and, being advised, upon motion duly
made, seconded and carried, the report was authorized received and filed.



      D. Contract with Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources Approved.

      Mr. Peterson submitted a contract between the Department of Fish
and Wildlife Resources and the University. The contract provides for the
continuation of the Game Refuge at the Western Kentucky 4-H Camp in
Hopkins County near Dawson Springs. The contract runs for a period of
five years. Dean Welch states that the relationship over the past years has
been satisfactory. Mr. Peterson recommended that the contract be authorized
approved and executed.




 






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       On motion duly made, seconded and carried, the contract with the De-
partrment of Fish and Wildlife Resources was approved and authorized executed.



       E. Contract with the Department of Economic Development Approved.

       Mr. Peterson submitted a contract between the Department of Economic
Development and the University of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station.
The Experiment Station will run research and make tests on the factors con-
cerning success in the quick aging of harms to produce a desired flavor without
excessive shrinkage or spoilage.  The Department of Economic Development
feels that this is of such importance to the economics of the State that they offer
to transfer to the University of Kentucky the sum of $6, 000. 00 for the fiscal
year 1959-60, in an effort to provide a practical means for producing a more
acceptable and profitable type of ham for sale.

       Mr. Peterson recommended that the contract be approved, and upon
motion duly made, seconded and carried, the contract was approved and au-
thorized executed.



       F. Sale of Telephone Line on Buckhorn Creek Approved.

       Mr. Peterson reported that the Federal and State forestry services
many years ago put a pole telephone line on the Robinson Forest property to
provide communication from the forest fire tower.  During the intervening
years, the University was permitted to tie the telephone in the Engineering
camp to the line.  In recent years electricity has been made available to that
area and the Federal and State Forestry Services now use radio communica-
tion.  They have abandoned the telephone line and have transferred it to the
University.  There are eight or more people on the telephone line which,
necessarily, is not kept in. a very good state of repair.  The Southern Bell
Telephone Company is willing to purchase the line and its facilities, and to
furnish telephone service to the Robinson Forest property as required.  The
University people involved have all recommended that the telephone line be
taken over by the Southern Bell Telephone Company for a distance of 4. 86
miles.  The people involved feel that this will increase the efficiency of the
telephone service in that area.

       Mr. Peterson recommended that the contract be authorized and ap-
proved and that the Dean and Director of the Kentucky Agricultural Experi-
ment Station and the Vice President, Business Administration, of the Uni-
versity be authorized to make the transfer.



       Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the sale was confirmed
and authorized executed.




 





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       G. Group Employees Insurance Committee Request Approved.

       President Dickey submitted a letter which he had received from the
Employees Insurance Committee:


                                                 November 17, 1959

       President Frank G. Dickey
       Campus

       Dear President Dickey:

           In accordance with our earlier discussion, the Employees
      Insurance Committee has conducted a poll of the University staff
      on its proposal to increase the group life insurance coverage.
      Ballots were returned by 1475 persons; 1264 were voted "yes"
      and 207 "no".  The remaining four were defective and could not
      be counted. This is approval by 85. 7 per cent of those voting.
      On October 1, 1959, there were 2272 members of the group;
      thus 55.6 per cent of the group voted "yes" and 9. 1 per cent "no",
      while 35 per cent failed to vote.

           The Committee has given careful study to the legal aspects
      of the plan. It is the opinion of the representatives of the under-
      writer, the Prudential Insurance Company of America, and of
      Professor Dukeminier of the College of Law and a member of the
      Insurance Committee, that approval by the group is not required.
      This is based on the assumption that the proposal involves a new
      contract under which the University rather than employees would
      pay the premium.  The Committee considers that the function
      of the vote was to determine the attitude of the group toward the
      proposal.

           Prudential is willing to make a new contract as proposed.
      Accordingly, the Committee recommends your approval of the
      plan with the following features:

           1. Double the insurance policy of each employee. (This
      assumes that the existing salary classes remain unchanged. )

           2. University contribution of an amount equal to the gross
      premium now paid by the employee.

           3. Any dividend refund from the underwriter to be paid to
      and retained by the University.

           It is further recommended that the revision be made effective
      as soon as possible, preferably December 1.

           There is an aspect of the revision as it affects certain per-
      sons that should be called to your attention. Under the original
      contract persons on change-of-work remain in the group on the
      same terms as others.  It has been the policy of the Insurance
      Committee to extend the coverage to all persons who have retired
      from University service, regardless of the particular form of
      retirement arrangement.  This policy is known to and approved
      by the underwriter. Prudential as well as the underwriter of our




 







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hospitalization and medical expense coverage take the position
that the University may define, for purposes of the insurance con-
tract, its own employees.

     There are three groups presently covered who are not tech-
nically on change-of work:

     1. Certain persons in agricultural extension now on Civil
Service retirement who have requested continuation of insurance
cove rages.

     2. A limited number of maintenance workers who reached
retirement age before serving the minimum 15 years required for
change-of-work status.

     3. A small group of laboratory employees who were trans-
ferred some years ago from the University to the State Department
of Health. Their request to retain their insurance coverages was
approved.

     In each case the individuals affected pay their premiums in
advance. The Committee considers that equal treatment with other
employees requires that, so long as their participation before re-
tirement is required by the Board of Trustees, these persons be
included as eligible employees after retirement.

     While there is no problem in connection with the present in-
suraince coverage for the foregoing persons, it appears that they
are not eligible for participation in the increased coverage. They
are not now in the employ of the University. For such persons,
now retired, as the underwriters consider ineligible for increased
insurance, the Committee recommends reduction of the gross
premium to $7. 02 per $1000 of insurance, the net cost to those
eligible for increased coverage. This will eliminate the need for
a dividend refund to the members of these three small groups
and will give them the same proportionate benefits as all others
from University participation in premium payment. The only
difference, and apparently one that cannot be removed, will be the
amount of life insurance coverage.

     The problem relates only to those now retired.  Present
employees who may later retire on some basis other than change-
of-work will be eligible to retain all insurance held at date of re-
tirement.

     The Committee wishes to express its appreciation to you
and the Board of Trustees for your interest in this proposal.
The plan has received the enthusiastic support of all classes of
the University community.




 





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                               Sincerely,

                                     EMPLOYEES INSURANCE COMMITTEE

                                     Howard L. Bost
                                     Robert J. Buck
                                     Alma V. Carl
                                     Leo M. Chamberlain
                                     Jesse J. Dukeminier
                                     Lucy R. Hogan
                                     Margaret Bell Humphreys
                                     Frank D. Peterson
                                     John C. Redman
                                     William F. Rehberg
                                     Roy E. Swift
                                     Ralph R. Pickett, Chairman

                         (Signed)   Ralph R. Pickett



       President Dickey explained that the Executive Committee had before
it informally at the last meeting the question of whether or not the University
would consider participation in the life insurance coverage program for
employees of the University.  The Executive Committee informally expressed
a favorable reaction.  The Employees Insurance Committee, since that time,
has taken a vote of the members of the group and the results of the survey
indicate 85. 7% favorable to the request.  The Executive Committee discussed
at length the problems involved.  They were also advised that Chairman
Pickett, of the Employees Insurance Committee, Member Dukeminier and
Dean of the Law College-W. L. Matthews, Jr. , had discussed the problem
at great length and these men were invited to meet with the members of the
Executive Committee and with representatives of the Prudential Life In-
sulrance Company.  The Executive Committee asked these gentlemen to make
such statements as they felt desirable.  The Executive Committee was advised
that, as far as legality was concerned, these people were in accord with the
procedure and, in their opinion, the plan was feasible and legal.

       Representatives of the College of Law and of the Prudential Life Insurance
Company stated that there was a meeting of the minds as to all technical ques-
tions involved. It was further explained to members of the Executive Commit-
tee that the members of the employees insurance group would continue to pay
$1. 17 per month for $1, 000 of insurance coverage and that the University
would match this payment and receive any dividend accruing to the program
by virtue of its existence. It was explained that the dividend for the past ten
years had amounted to some more than 40% of the premium paid.  There was
no assurance that this would continue but it did represent the record for about
the last ten years.

       The question of participation of quasi members of the University
staff being covered by the life insurance program was discussed.  It was the
thought of members of the Executive Committee that the University could
participate only in a program that affected directly employees of the University.
It was stated that employees of other agencies not being paid by the University
as such could not qualify under the law and that this amended program would




 






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apply to University employees receiving their major compensation from Uni-
versity funds by virtue of being employees of the University.

       Members of the visiting group were thanked for their presence and
the assistance rendered.  Dean Matthews was requested to remain with the
Committee and the other members were excused.

       Members of the Executive Committee being advised, upon motion duly
made, seconded and carried, the amendment to the contract was authorized,
the revised plan to have the following features:

       (1) Double the insurance policy of each employee. (Existing salary
classes remain unchanged).

       (2) The University contribution of an amount equal to the gross premium
now paid by the employee.

       (3) Dividend refund from the underwriters is to be paid to and retained
by the University.

       (4) Revision to be made effective December 1, 1959.

       (5) Only bona fide employees of the University receiving their major
proportion of salary from the University are to be covered under the amended
program.



       H. Contract Team at Bandung to Include Professor Hammond.

       President Dickey stated that he desired to recommend that Dr. S. B.
Hammond, Professor of Electrical Engineering, University of Utah, be added
to the Kentucky Contract Team at Bandung, Indonesia, for a two-year period
beginning about July 1, 1960. It is understood that Doctor Hammond, s
employment is conditioned on obtaining complete clearance with all parties
concerned, and the length of employment is dependent upon the contract being
sufficiently extended to cover the period of employment.

       Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, Dr. S. B. Hammond
was authorized employed as Professor of Electrical Engineering with the
Kentucky Contract Team at Bandung, Indonesia, for a period of two years.,
beginning about July 1, 1960. It is further understood that the length of
employment shall not exceed the extension of the contract.



       I. Rae Wild Cox Temporary Employment Approved.

       President Dickejy recommended the employment odors. Rae Wild
Cox, clerk-stenogfapher with the Agricultural Experiment Station on temporary
basis.  Mrs. Cox is related to another employee of the University, and it was
necessary to waive the regulation prohibiting nepotism.

       Members of the Board being advised, upon motion duly made, seconded
and carried, authorized temporary employment of Mrs. Cox.




 





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        J. Change-of-Work Status for Dr. Otto T. Koppius.

        President Dickey stated that Dr. Otto T. Koppius, professor in the
 College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Physics. came to the University
 on August 21, 1924, and has been continuously employed for a period of 35
 years and five months. He will reach the age of 70 on December 24, 1959.
 The President recommended that Doctor Koppius be given change-of-work,
 effective February 1, 1960, on the basis of having been with the University
 for a period of 35-i years, which would entitle him to receive a change-of-
 work salary of 55. 5% of his salary at the age of 65. President Dickey recom-
 mended that his assigned duties under change--of-work status be as follows:

       First task: Preparation of a roster of the Department' s former
 students--majors and graduate students--and a study of their professional
 accomplishments.  This study should be advantageous to both the students
 and the UniversiLy.

       Second task: Hopes to do something about the teaching of physics in
the high schools of the state--sponsoring its introduction in some high schools
and suggesting improvements in others.  The details of this task have notas
yet been worked out.

       Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, Professor Otto T.
Koppius was given a change-of-work status as of February 1, 1960, at an
annual salary under the change-of -work program of $4,062. 60, his change-
of-status duties to be as recommended by the President.



       K. Change-of-Work Status for Miss Mary Virginia Singleton Approved.

       President Dickey stated that Miss Mary Virginla Singleton, clerk-
stenographer in the College of Agriculture and Homne Economics, Department
of Animal Husbandry, had been with the University since June 2, 1920, a
period of 39 years and five months.  He recommended that Miss Singleton
be given change-of-work status, effective November 1, 1959, at 50% of her
salary at the age of 65 and that her duties be the continuation of record keeping,
correspondence and other office work as physical capacities will permit.

       Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, change-of-work status
was authorized for Miss Mary Virginia Singleton, effective November 1, 1959,
with an annual salary of $1, 320. 00 and change-of-work duties as assigned.



       L. Amendment to ICA Contract.-Bogor, Approved.

       President Dickey submitted proposed Amendment No. 2 to Indonesian
Contract ICA-W-699, Bogor. He stated that the amendment was primarily
concerned with Workmen' s Compensation provisions and insurance coverage.
The Amendment brings the contract in line with current Federal policy.

       Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, Amendment 2, Indo-
nesian Contract ICA-W-699-Bogor was approved and authorized executed.




 






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       M. Luncheon.

       At 11:55 a. m., CST, the members recessed for luncheon which was
served in the President' s Office. At 12:40 p. mn. they again took up the agenda.



       N. Gifts.

                               From: Mr. Louis Ware, Skokie, Illinois--$1,000.00.

       President Dickey reported that the Kentucky Research Foundation had
received from Mr. Louis Ware his check for $1, 000. 00, to be deposited to
the Louis Ware Scholarship Fund. He recommended that this check be accepted,
and upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Executive Committee
authorized acceptance of the gift and requested the President to write a letter
of appreciation to Mr. Louis Ware.



                               From: Estate of Dr. J. T. Kessinger, Wood
                                    River, Illinois-.-$ 1,000. 00.

       President Dickey reported that the University of Kentucky had received
a bequest from the will of the late Dr. J. T. Kessinger in the amount of
$ 1, 000. 00, which was given for the use and benefit of the University of Kentucky
Medical Center. He recommended that the bequest be accepted, and upon
motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Executive Committee concurred
in the recommendation of the President.



                               From: The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Founda-
                                    tion--$4, 000. 00.

       President Dickey stated he was pleased to report that the University
was in receipt of check for $4, 000. 00 from The Algernon Sydney Sullivan
Foundation, representing their annual grant which has been raised from $3, 000. 00
for the current year. He recommended that the grant be accepted, and upon
motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Committee authorized acceptance
and requested the President to write a letter of appreciation to the Foundation.



                               From: Kentucky Utilities Company, Lexington,
                                    Ky. --$8, 000. 00.

       President Dickey reported that the Kentucky Utilities Company had
transmitted to the University check for $8, 000. 00 to be used for purchase of
materials for the proposed farm house to be constructed at Dix Dam.  He
recommended that this gift be accepted, and upon motion duly made, seconded
and carried, the Committee authorized its acceptance, and requested the
President to express to officials of the Kentucky Utilities Company the appre-
ciation of the Executive Committee and the University.




 





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                              From: The General Electric Foundation,
                                    Ossining, New York--$340. 00.

       President Dickey presented check for $340. 00 from the General Electric
Foundation, which represents a matching of gifts to the University during the
third quarter of 1959, given by alumni who are employees of the General
Electric Company. He expressed his pleasure at the generosity of these
alumni and of the General Electric Foundation, and recommended that the
check be accepted. Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the
Executive Committee authorized acceptance of the grant and requested the
President to thank the donors.



                              From: Lexington Junior League, Lexington,
                                    Ky. --$2, 000. 00.

       President Dickey reported that the Lexington Junior League had given
to the University their check for $2, 000. 00 to be used by the Department of
Art for the High School Art Studio Week Conference next spring. He said
that this would enable the University to bring to the campus high school
pupils gifted and interested in art and let them see the workings of an art
school. He recommended that the gift be accepted.  Upon motion duly made,
seconded and carried, the Committee concurred in the recommendation of the
President and requested him to thank officials of the Junior League.



                              From: The General Electric Foundation,
                                    Ossining, N. Y. --$500. 00.

       President Dickey reported that he was in receipt of check for $500. 00
from the General Electric Educational and Charitable Fund, given to accompany
a scholarship award of $350. 00 which was presented to a scholarship award
winner. He recommended that this grant be accepted, and upon motion duly
made, seconded and carried, the Executive Committee concurred in the
recommendation of the President.



                              From: Model Farms Dairy, Louisville, Ky. --
                                    $200. 00.

       President Dickey presented check for $200. 00 from the Model Farms
Dairy, to be used for Dairy Manufacturing scholarships for the school year
1959-60. He recommended that this be accepted, and upon motion duly made,
seconded and carried, the gift of the Model Farms Dairy was ordered accepted,
and the President was requested to thank the donors.



                              From: Mr. Harkness Edwards, Jr. , Lexington,
                                    Ky. --$100. 00.

       President Dicke), presented check for $100. 00 from Mr. Harkness Ed-
wards, Jr. , to be used for a Purchase Prize for Graphics '59. He recommended




 




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that this gift be accepted, and upon motion duly made, seconded and carried,
the Executive Committee concurred in the recommendation of the President.



                               From: Lexington IBM Club, Lexington, Ky. --
                                              $794. 00.

       President Dickey reported that the Lexington IBM Club had given to
the University their check for $794. 00 for the purpose of purchasing functional
equipment such as toys, books, tape recorders, chairs and tables for the
Speech Center. He explained that this Club is a recreational, social and
cultural organization of employees of IBM in Lexington and quoted their letter
of presentation as follows: "Our Board appreciates the wonderful assistance
and help the Speech Center is rendering to people with speech difficulties, es-
pecially the many children who are benefiting from speech therapy. 'I

       The President expressed his appreciation of the attitude of members
of the Lexington IBM Club and recommended that their gift be accepted.
Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Committee concurred
in the recommendation of the President and requested him to thank the donors.



                               From: American Society of Civil Engineers--
                                              $250, 00.

       President Dickey presented check for $250. 00 from the American
Society of Civil Engineers, given in support of one scholarship in the College
of Engineering for the year 1959- 60. He recommended that the check be
accepted, and upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the check was
ordered accepted, and the President was requested to write a letter of
appreciation to the American Society of Civil Engineers.



                               From: Aubrey Feed Mills, Inc. , Louisville,
                                              Ky. --$800. 00.

       President Dickey stated that the University had received check for
$800. 00 from the Aubrey Feed Mills, Inc. , to be used in the research program
of early weaning of pigs in the Animal Husbandry Department of the College
of Agriculture and Home Economics. He recommended that this check be
accepted, and upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Committee
authorized acceptance of the check and requested the President to thank
officials of the Aubrey Feed Mills, Inc.



                               From: Brown-Forman Distillers Corporation,
                                              Louisville, Ky. -$2, 500, 00.

       President Dickey announced that the Brown-Forman Distillers Cor-
poration had given to the University $2,500. 00 as a grant-in-aid in support
of the Experiment Station' s project dealing with parakeratosis in swine.




 






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He recommended that the gift be accepted, and upon motion duly made, seconded
and carried, the Committee ordered the gift accepted and requested the Presi-
dent to thank the donors.



                               From: Smith Kline and French Laboratories,
                                    Philadelphia, Pa. -- -$4, 000. 00.

       President Dickey reported that Smith Kline & French Laboratories
had given to the University their check for $4, 000. 00 to be used in support of
the Animal Husbandry project entitled, "Growth Stimulants for Swine". He
recommended that the gift be accepted, and upon motion duly made, seconded
and carried, the Committee concurred in the recommendation of the President
and requested him to thank the donors.



                               From: Mr. Jouett Shouse, Washington, D. C. --
                                    Papers, Letters and Scrapbooks.

       President Dickey reported that Mr. Jouett Shouse of Washington, D. C.
had donated to the University a substantial portion of his papers, letters and
scrapbooks. He stated that Mr. Shouse had been a figure of national prom-
inence for some four decades and that his papers would represent a significant
acquisition to the University' s libraries, He recommended that they be ac-
cepted, and upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Committee
authorized acceptance of the gift, and requested the President to thank Mr.
Shouse.



                               From: California-Florida Plant Corporation,
                                    Stuart, Flor'ida--Chrysanthemum Cuttings.

       President Dickey stated that the California.Florida Plant Corporation
had sent to the University various chrysanthemum cuttings for use in the
University' s research concerning studies on the keeping quality of cut flowers.
He recommended that the gift be accepted.  Upon motion duly made, seconded
and carried, the gift was ordered accepted, and the President was requested
to thank the donors.



                              From. Mrs. Grace P. Reed, Louisville, Ky. --
                                    400 Shares of Stock and Check for
                                    $1,300. 00.

       President Dickey stated that Mrs, Grace P. Reed had given to the
University 400 shares of stock of the American Air Filter Company, Inc.
and her check for $1,300. 00, representing a combined value of approximately
$10,000, for the purpose of establishing an endowment to support the "William
Maxwell Reed Professorship of Mechanical Eng-neering". He stated further
that it is anticipated that additional gifts will be made from time to time
so that this endowment may at some future time make a major contribution
to the field of Mechanical Engineering, and recommended that the check and
stock be accepted.




 






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       Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the gift of Mrs. Grace
P. Reed was ordered accepted, and the President was requested to write a
letter of appreciation to Mrs. Reed.



       0. Appointments and Other Staff Changes.

       President Dickey submitted staff appointments, reappointments, salary
adjustments, leaves of absence, resignations, promotions and other staff
changes requested by deans and heads of departments.


COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Appointments

       William Danks Shephard, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics,
effective February 1, 1960, ending June 30, 1960.

       Elizabeth Graham, Secretary, Department of Social Work, effective
October 12, 1959, ending June 30, 1960.

       Georgia Anderson Hill, Part-time Instructor, Department of English,
effective November 1, 1959, ending November 30, 1959.


Resignation

      Giuseppe Sant, Ambrogio, Research Associate, Department of Anatomy
& Physiology, effective November 20, 1959.


Changes in Status

       Louis C. Alderman, Director of Henderson Center, to Assistant Pro-
fessor, Department of Zoology, effective November 4, 1959.

       Linda F. Meade, Secretary, Department of Air Science, adjustment
in salary, effective October 1, 1959.

       Leon Zolondek, Instructor, Department of Ancient Languages, continua-
tion of appointment from October 1, 1959 through January 31, 1960.

      Fogle C. Clark, Assistant Professor and Associate Bio-Astronautics Project
Director, Department of Psychology, adjustment in salary, effective November
1, 1959, ending June 30, 196C.



      John G. Dardis, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, adjust-
ment in salary, effective October 1, 1959, ending June 3u, 1960.




 





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Leave of Absence

       Margaret 0. Stewart, Instructor, Department of English, leave for
the month of November, 1959 (only).

       Hazel 0. Smith, Secretary, Department of Anthropology, return to pay-
roll October 21, 1959, ending June 30, 1960, after indefinite absence.

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE & HOME ECONOMICS

Appointments

       Henry M. Chapman, Artist-Draftsman, Agricultural Extension Service,
effective Octobet 6, 1959, ending February 1, 1960.

       Lillie Mae Land, Clerk, Wolfe County, Campton, Agricultural Extension,
effective January 16, 1959.

       Anita Louise Rasner, Clerk, Owsley County, Booneville, Agricultural
Extension, effective October 1, 1959.

       Rae Wild Cox, Clerk-Stenographer, Experiment Station, effective
October 26, 1959.


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