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       Minutes of the Meeting of the Executive Committee of the University
of Kentucky, February 9, 1962.


       The Executive Committee of the University of Kentucky met in the Pres-
ident's Office on the campus of the University at 1:35 p.m. EST, with the
following members present: Harper Gatton, Robert H. Hillenmeyer, Smith D.
Broadbent: absent, Dr. Ralph J. Angelucci. President Frank G. Dickey and
Secretary Frank D. Peterson met with the Committee.


       A. Meeting Opened.

       President Dickey explained that the regular meeting date would have
been January 19 but, because of weather conditions, it was impossible to get
a quorum and a meeting was properly called for February 9. He called
attention to the fact that Dr. Angelucci was unavailable and that we needed a
temporary chairman; whereupon, on motion duly made, seconded and carried,
Mr. Harper Gatton was called to serve as Acting Chairman of the Executive
Committee

       Mr. Gatton assumed the chair, welcomed the press and asked Mr.
Broadbent to open the meeting with prayer.




       B. Approval of Minutes.

       Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the minutes of the
Executive Committee of November 17, 1961, were approved as published.




       C. Financial Report.

       Mr. Peterson submitted financial report for the six months period
ended December 31, 1961. He explained that a copy of the report 'had been
mailed to members of the Executive Committee in January; whereupon, Mr.
Robert H. Hillenmneyer stated that he thought the members of the Committee
were familiar with the report and moved that it be received and filed. The
motion, being seconded, was carried unanimously.




       D. Approval and Ratification of Purchases Made.



Mr. Peterson presented the following letter:




 





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                                   January 3, 1962


President Frank G. Dickey
University of Kentucky

Dear President Dickey:

From October 1, 1961 through December 31, 1961 the following
requisitions and orders were processed for the purchase of mer-
chandise, supplies, materials and other items for the use and
benefit of the University of Kentucky:



S.De Orders .......
State Requisitions
Emergencies, State
Special Orders .....
Job Order Vouchers
Stores Vouchers ....
Vouchers   .......
Order by Letters
Athletic Orders



Emergency Purchase Orders ..






Stores Material Requisitions...
Food Storage Orders  ........
Requests for Quotations ......



Inclusive 423-795
Inclusive 733-1, 451
Inclusive 179 -398
Inclusive 951-2, 726
Inclusive 15, 507-16, 052
Inclusive 1-1,. 100
Inclusive 1-7, 539
Inclusive 1-198
Inclusive 1-16
Inclusive: Lilly 467-922
         Burnett 136-290
         Pratt 346-444
         Bolin 324-666
         Hawkins 297-525
         Beemer 355-600;1-3
Inclusive 23,242-28, 177
Inclusive 2, 731-2, 900;1-101
Inclusive 420-708



The requisitions, emergency requisitions, special orders, vouchers
and other documents are made a part of this letter and are available
to the Board of Trustees for inspection. All purchases have been
made in accordance with approved policy of the Board of Trustees,
and I respectfully request confirmation and approval of the purchases
as listed conforming to the Statutes requiring action by the Board of
Trustee s.

                                        Very truly yours,



(Signed)



Frank D. Peterson
Vice President
Business Administration



        Mr. Peterson requested that the Committee make such examination
of the records as they deemed necessary; whereupon motion was made,
seconded and carried that the purchases as outlined above be approved, ratified
and put to record.



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        E. Cancelled Bonds and Coupons Cremated.

        Mr. Peterson presented a Certificate of Destruction of Principal Bonds
and Coupons as Authorized by the Board of Trustees of September 19, 1961,
and asked permission to insert in the Minutes the Certificate and itemized list.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the request was con-
curred in and so ordered,


                   UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY



         CERTIFICATE OF DESTRUCTION OF
         PRINCIPAL BONDS AND COUPONS
    AS AUTHORIZED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
      AT ITS MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 19, 1961

   The undersigned certify that Principal Bonds and
Interest Coupons of Revenue Bond issues, returned from
Paying Agents after payment and cancellation, were
destroyed by incineration on this date in our presence -
as detailed on the attached list - covering the period
July 1, 1960 through June 30, 1061.


   Signed this 8th day of December, 1961 at Lexington,
Kentucky



(Signed)

(Signed)



Clay Maupin
Director of Accounting & Budgetary Control
Geo. R, Kavanaugh
Associate Business Manager



             UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
                 Revenue Bond Issues
Paid and Cancelled Principal Bonds and Interest Coupons
             Returned from Paying Agents
          July 1, 1960 through June 30, 1961



MATURITY DATE



PRINCIPAL BONDS



NO.    INTEREST COUPONS
       On Bonds (Inclusive)



University Building Revenue Bond - September 1, 1938
        (Second P. W.A.)
        March 1, 1960                            43     198-204, 267-274
        September 1, 1960    198-204             44     198-265, 267-316
        March 1, 1961        205-211             45     205-265,267-316

First P. W.A. Refunding Bond - July 1, 1945
        July 1, 1960         401-435             30     401-507
        January 1, 1961                          31     436-507




 











MATURITY DATE



PRINCIPAL BONDS



NO.   INTEREST COUPONS
      COn Bonds (Inclusive)



Dormitory Revenue Bond - June 1, 1946
        (Bowman Hall)
        June 1, 1960         145-159

        December 1, 1960







Auditorium Field House Revenue Bond - August 1, 19,
       August 1, 1958
       February 1, 1959

       August 1, 1959



February 1, 1960
August 1, 196 0
February 1, 1961



421-465



Library and Service Buildings Revenue Bond - April 1
        October 1, 1959



April 1, 1960



232-236,254



October 1, 1960



April 1, 1961



259-263,267-273



28    145-250, 253-265
      268-279,281-430
29    160-204,206-220,
      232-250, 256-265,
      268-279,282-285, 287,
      289-305, 308-362, 373,
      374, 385-392,408-411,
      422-430

48
20    599
21    556-590,636,669-673,
       711-715,790-795
22    556-590,599,600,636,
       643, 645; 669-673,
       679-683,688-690,
       711-735,763-780,
       791-795, 801-825
23    421-825
24    421-825
25    466-490,496-535,
       539-555, 566-598, 601,
       602, 604-635, 637-643,
       646-658, 679-685, 687-
       715, 719, 720, 7T6-764,
       781-790, 796-8 Z5

 1949
 21    241-247, 274, 275,293
       294
22    232-236, 254,267,268,
       276-280, 283-285,
       288-290, 301-303, 306, 307,
       313-317,487-490
23    259-263, 267,269-273,
       276, 277, 279, 280,
       286-287, 291, 292,
       295-312, 318-361,
       367 -486
24    259-263,269-273,
       276-280, 291-312,
       318-329, 340-361,
       367-486



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PRINCIPAL BONDS



Stadium Addition Revenue, Bond - April 1, 1949
       April 1, 1960

       October 1, 1960

       April 1, 1961        166-180
Journalism Building Revenue Bond - January 1, 1950
       July 1, 1960



January 1, 1961



111-121



Dormitory Revenue Bond - October 1, 1950
        (456 Rose Street)
        April 1, 1960

        October 1, 1960      45-49
        April 1, 1961

Dormitory Revenue Bond - December 1, 1950
        (476 Rose Street)
        December 1, 1959
        June 1, 1960
        Decemberi, 1960      19,20



Dormitory Revenue Bond of 1952
        (Donovan Hall)
        July 1, 1960         106-130
        January 1, 1961



Dormitory Revenue Bond of 1953
        (Dormitories A, B, C, D, E, F)
        May 1, 1959
        November 1, 1959



May 1, 1960



80 -96



November 1, 1960



NO.   INTEREST COUPONS
      On Bonds (Inclusive)



22    153-155,
      183-195,
23    166-173,
      187 -300


21    111 -116,
      165 -172,
22    111-121,
      165-172,
      220-225



169 -175,
199-277
175 -185,




122-154,
174-225
127- 154
174 -213,



19    45-59, 61 -63,65-104,
      11.0-113, 120-149
20    45-104,120-149
21    60-93, 95-99, 119-149




18    43,44,47
19    19-42,44-46, 48-76
20    19-42,44-46,48-76



16    106-1255
17    131-1255




12    413,563-565,710
13    152,159-167,214-220,
      370-373,413,471,
      587-591
14    80-104, 115-343,
      349-351, 360-412,
      414-569, 572-710
15    97-104, 115-243,
      251-281, 331-369,
      374-385, 388-469,
      472-521, 524-557,
      559-562, 566-569,
      572-710



MATURITY DATE



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MATURITY DATE



PRINCIPAL BONDS



NO.   INTEREST COUPONS
      On Bonds (Inclusive)



Dormitory Revenue Bond of 1953 (continued)
       May 1, 1961         97- 104













Dormitory Revenue Bond - May 1, 1954
       (Keeneland Hall)
       November 1, 1960


Dormitory Revenue Bond of 1955
       (Cooperstown Apartments)
       June 1, 1956
       December 1, 1956
       June 1, 1957
       December 1, 1957
       June 1, 1958
       December 1, 1958

       June 1, 1959


       December 1, 1959










       June 1, 1960



16    97-104,129-143,
      153-158, 173-182,
      185-213, 226-235,
      251-255, 259-280,
      341-343, 349-355,
      360-367, 374-383,
      402-412,414-419,
      433-464, 502-506,
      511-515, 566,572, 573,
      575-584, 671,672,
      703 -709




13    448-722
14    448-722




2    1426-1428
3    1426-1428
4    1426-1429
5    1426-1429
6    1426-1429,2587, 2588
7    417-421, 1426-1429,
      2341-2342, 2587, 2588
 C,   417-421, 803,910,
      1426-1429,2209-2213
      2341, 2342, 2587, 2588
 9    417-421, 678-682,750,
      751, 753, 764-767, 803,
      910,985-994,1244, 1356,
      1426-1429, 1557-1560,
      1702, 1841, 1845,
      1851-1855, 1982-1985,
      2089-2091,2208-2213,
      2341, 2342 Z587, 2588,
      2731, 2754, 2755
10    319, 330-349, 396-398,
      416-422, 429-431,
      452-466,480,482-484,
      490-494, 510-519,
      530-561, 574-578,




 






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MATURITY DATE



PRINCIPAL BONDS



NO.   INTEREST COUPONS
      On Bonds (Inclusive)



Dormitory Revenue Bond of 1955 (continued)
       June 1, 1960 (continued)













































       December 1, 1960



      591-619,633-667,
      673-682, 693-699, 702,
      733-735, 738-741,
      748 -753, 764-767,
      774-785, 800 -804, 820,
      839-846,879-888, 926,
      927,975-994,1008-1022,
      1038 -1062,1073-1077,
      1102-1108, 1115-1117,
      1165-1169,1175-1184,
      1187-1199, 1244-1247,
      1249- 1251, 1264-1268,
      1301-1324,1330-1356,
      1359- 1374, 1379,
      1385-1415,1418,
      1423-1447,1487-1511,
      1539-1543, 1546 -1560,
      1613-1632,1658-1660,
      1663-1672,1688-169?
      1699, 1700,1702,
      1748-1776,1793-1802,
      1841-1855,1861-1878,
      1887, 1902-1905,
      1908-1911,1937,1946,
      1947, 1971-1977,
      1982- 1988,2038-2040,
      2042, 2047-2049,2052,
      2053, 2067-2070,2076,
      2077, 2089-2091,
      2093-2096,2113-2118,
      2144-2155,2171-2177,
      2180, 2181, 2201, 2202,
      2209-2213,2219-2278,
      2318, 2328-2345,
      2391-2415,2441-2506,
      2557-2576,2582-2588,
      2647-2732,2735-2737,
      2754-2774,2784-2793,
      2796-2800
11    144-480,482-799,
      804 -909, 911 -1245,
      1247-1627, 1633-1698,
      1701-1840,1842-2175,
      2178-2208,2214-2340,
      2345-2586,2589-2730,
      2732-2800




 






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MATURITY DATE



PRINCIPAL BONDS



NO.   INTEREST COUPONS
___   On Bonds (Inclusive)



June 1, 1961



144 -185



Dormitory Revenue Bond of 1956
       (Dormitories G, H, I, J, K&L)
       December 1, 1959



June 1, 1960



21-31



December 1, 1960



12    144-318,320-344,
      350-428,432-479,487-519,
      530-692, 700, 701,
      703-737,742-799,
      804-878, 884-909,
      913-984,995-1012,
      1023-1042,1053-1062,
      1073-1104,1106-1174,
      1177-1180,1185-1187,
      1190-1193,1195-1243,
      1248,1252-1263,
      1269-1339,1357-1392,
      1395-1398, 1400-1409,
      1411-1421,1430-1436,
      1442-1555,1557-1627,
      1633-1657,1663-1692,
      1698, 1701, 1703, 1704,
      1706-1717, 1723-1757,
      1763-1774,1777-1797,
      1803-1840, 1842-1845,
      1851-1858,1861-1881,
      1892-1901,1906, 1907,
      1912-1936,1938-1945,
      1948-1960, 1963-1981,
      1991-2036, 2040,
      2042-2046,2050, 2051,
      2058-2088, 2092,209.7-2112,
      2118-2175,2178-2207?2214-
      2335, 2338-2340,
      2346-2581, 2589-2671,
      2677-2730,2732-2800




6    141-145, 166,191, 192,
      830-834
7    21-647,658-840,
      851 -887, 898-900
8    32-140, 146-527,
      529-568, 572-622,
      628-647, 658-825,
      830-840, 851-887,
      898 -900




 










Dormitory Revenue Bond of 1956
        (Holmes Hall)
        December 1. 1960
        June 1, 1961         36-53



Housing Revenue Bond of 1956
        (Shawneetown)
        October 1, 1960


Housing Revenue Bond of 1958
        (Haggin Hall - Dorm.
        September 1, 1960
        March 1, 1961



9    36-1087
10    36-1087



8    34-2090
9    68-2090



34-67



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5    1-1800
6    1-1800



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        F. Agreement between the University of Kentucky
for Crippled Children.



and Shriners Hospital



        Mr. Peterson submitted an Agreement between the University-Medical
Center and the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children. Mr. Peterson explained
that the Shriners Hospital agrees to serve as a clinical laboratory for College
of Nursing students. He further stated that the respective responsibilities of the
College and the Hospital were spelled out and proper protection to each was
provided. The original Agreement was for a period from February 1 to May 31,
1961, and was subject to extension. This Agreement is now extended to May
31, 1962.

        Mr. Peterson recommended that the Agreement be approved. Upon
motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Agreement was approved and the
extension was authorized executed.




        G. Agreement between the University of Kentucky and the Lexington-
Fayette County Health Department.

        Mr. Peterson presented Agreement between the University-Medical
Center and the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department. It is agreed that
the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department will serve as a clinical labora-
tory for College of Nursing students in such numbers as may be mutually agreed
upon. The duties and responsibilities of the College relating to students and
faculty and the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department are detailed and
each organization is properly protected under the Agreement. Mr. Peterson
recommended the contract be approved.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Agreement was
approved and authorized executed.



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        H. Ccntract between the University of Kentucky and Kentucky Utilities
Company for Easement.

        Mr. Peterson explained that the Kentucky Utilities Company was now
providing the Cumberland Extension Center with power to service existing fa-
cilities. He stated that the Company desired to secure an easement across
a portion of the campus (if the Cumberland Extension Center and that he had in-
vestigated and had secured a plat showing the proposed line. The Agreement
provides for a payment of $200. 00 with the stipulation that the Kentucky Utilities
Company will remove the line at its own expense if asked to do so by the
grantor of the lease.

        Mr. Peterson further stated that he felt that the line would give the
Extension Center additional service and, at the same time, protect the Uni-
versity's rights in case of expansion and recommended its approval

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Easement was
granted and authorized executed.




        I. Agreement between the University f Kentucky and the Kentucky
State Department of Health.

        The Agreement between the University and the State Department of
Health provides that the Medica.l Center give three one-day training courses
for nursing home operators in uniform accounting procedures and cost
anal'sis. The University is to be reimbursed the sum of $1, 800. 00 for ex-
penses incurred in providing the courses, He recommended approval, and
upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Agreement was authorized
issued and the courses given.




        J. Contract between Gilbert E. Brown and the University.

        Mr, Peterson submitted the contract for consultive services with
Gilbert E. Brown. He stated that, during the calendar year 1962, Mr. Brown
would be used in performing the following consultive services as required by
the Dean of the College of Agriculture or his designated personnel:

        a, To find markets for dimension and short hardwood lumber of the
kind produced in Eastern Kentucky, etc.

        b. To identify the areas of Eastern Kentucky where supplies of these
lumber raw materials can be most economically assembled, etc.



c. To inventory the facilities and costs needed at the assembly point,etc.




 






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        d. To investigate and determine the feasibility of developing, at the
assembly point, a market place for veneer logs, etc.

        e. Such other ccnsultive services as may be related to the Eastern
Kentucky Resource Development project.


Mr. Peterson recommended that the contract be approved and authorized exe-
cute d.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Executive Com-
mittee concurred in the recoommendation and the contract was authorized.




        K. Contract between the University of Kentucky and Smith Kline &
French Laboratories.

        Mr, Peterson submitted contract between Smith Kline & French Labora-
tories and the University whereby the University agrees to perform certain
research studies. relating to the development of products for use in ruminants
in the manner and to the extent set forth in the Research Project outlined and
marked Appendix A.

        Smith Kline & French Laboratories agree to make a grant of $4,000. 00
to defray the cost of the Research Project, A schedule of royalties is provided.

        Mr. Peterson recommended that the Agreement be approved and
executed. Upon motion. duily made, seconded and carried, the Agreement was
approved and authorized executed.




        L. Agreement between the United States of America and the University
of Kentucky Approved.

        Mr. Peterson presented an Agreement between the United States of
America and the University of Kentucky to establish a basis upon which certain
services and facilities will be provided by the Institution in connection with the
foreign assistance programs administered by the Agency for International
Development. It also provides for reimbursement to the Institution. He further
explained that this Agreement stipulates that the University shall accept partici-
pants from foreign countries for varying periods of time and give them certain
information and training, for which the United States Government will pay on an
agreed scale.  He stated that this is a contract that increases the stipend here-
tofore provided. He recommended Ats approval,

        Upon motion dully made, seconded and carried, the contract was approved
and authorized executed.




 






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        M. Assignment Approved.

        Mr. Peterson submitted Assignment from Stanley E. Leland, Jr.,
of certain rights that may exist under Letters Patent and otherwise. Mr.
Peterson recommended that the University accept the Assignment, and upon
motion duly made, seconded and carried, same was approved and authorized
accepted.




        N. Assignment Approved.

        Mr. Peterson submitted Assignment to the Kentucky Research Founda-
tion of Letters Patent that the University holds from Stanley E. Leland, Jr.,
with the expressed understanding that it assigns only those rights that were
granted to the University, Mr. Peterson recommended that the Assignment
be approved.

        On motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Assignment was
approved and authorized executed.




        0. Contract for Parking Facilities Approved.

        Mr. Peterson submitted contract between Thompson-King-Tate, local
contractor, to build a parking lot on the east side of Limestone Street near
the entrance to the campus. He recommended its approval in the amount of
$26, 834. 00.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the contract was au-
thorized approved.




        P. Budget Adjustment.

        Mr. Peterson recommended that budget adjustment be made to take
care of the construction of the parking lot and other pending major improvements
and suggested that the sum of $45, 000. 00 be appropriated for these purposes.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Treasurer was
authorized to make the necessary budget adjustments and to take from the uin-
appropriated surplus $45, 000. 00 and transfer same to Account 2450, Major
Improvements.




 






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        Q. Report on Motor Pool.

        Mr. Peterson presented a brief report to the members of the Executive
Committee concerning the operation of the University motor pool, for a period
of operation of approximately one year, Mr. Peterson stated that the pool
consists of 27 cars which have been in operation for a period of a few months
to twelve months. He stated that complete information was available on each
car as to its operation and that the summary indicated operating costs, including
depreciation, of 5. 29 cents per mile, He stated that the cars were receiving
an average mileage of 16 miles per gallon of gasoline and that the average
mileage per trip was 338 miles, He added that the University had considered
for some time establishment of a motor pool and the information at hand
justified the decision to establish the pool.




        R. Injuries.

        Mr. Peterson submitted the following report on injuries:


                                                    January 12, 1962

        Mr. Frank D. Peterson
        Vice President
        Business Administration
        University of Kentucky

        Dear Mr. Peterson:

        We have the following accident cases Wxhich have been referred
        through the department heads with the recommendation that they
        be considered by the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees
        and the expenses involved be approved for payment. The cases are
        as follows:

        1. Lillie Ma.e Griffin, an employee of the K Lair Grill.

            Mrs. Griffin was injured on May 5, 1961. She fell behind the
        counter at K Lair Grill on wet floor, hitting her right shoulder, leg
        and hip, also striking her forehead above the right eye. Reported
        to the University Health Service and was referred to the Lexington
        Clinic and to Dr. Claude Tra.pp. The following charges have been
        received and are recommended for payment:

            Lexington Clinic, Lexington, Kentucky                   $20. 00
              Examina tion May 5 and May 1 2           $20. 00




 






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     Dr. Claude Trapp, Lexington, Kentucky                   $ 7. 00
       Special Night Office Visit (for eye)  $7. 00

2. Estill Slone, an employee of Agricultural Experiment Station.

    Mr. Slone was injured on September 1, 1961, at the Robinson
Substation, Quicksand, Kentucky. In getting in a car to go from
the warehouse to one of the houses under construction, he closed
the car door on his left index finger, which had to be removed at
the first joint. The following charges have been submitted by Dr.
Price Sewell, Jackson, Kentucky, and are recommended for pay-
ment:

    Dr. Price Sewvell, Jackson, Kentucky                    $40. 00
      Amputation of left finger                $25. 00
      Office call 9/4/61                         5. 00
      Office call 9/20Y61                        5. 00
      Office call 10/4/61                        5.00
                                                $40. 00


3. Homer McIntosh, an employee of Agricultural Experiment Station.

    Mr. McIntosh was injured on September 19, 1961, at the Robinson
Substation, Quicksand, Kentucky. While loading logs on a truck the
cant hook threw the worker off the truck, fracturing four ribs. Mr.
McIntosh was admitted to the Homeplace Clinic & Hospital, Ary,
Kentucky, and the following charges have been received and are recom-
mended for payment:

    Homeplace Clinic & Hospital, Ary, Kentucky           $79. 00
      Room & Board 3 days (Sept. 19-22)     $30. 00
      Doctor's Fee                              11. 00
      Medicine                                   5. 50
      Lab                                        9.50
      X-Rays                                    20.00
      Splint                                     3. 00
                                                $79. 00


4. James Minton, an employee of Agricultural Experiment Station.

    Mr. Minton was injured on October 2, 1961. While working in
the Dairy Barn at Mercer Farm, Mr. Minton slipped on the wet bed
of a truck, fell fromn the truck and injured his ankle severely. He
was treated by Drs. VanArsda1l and Baughman, and the following
charges have been submitted for X-Ray and office visits, We
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    Drs. VanArsdall and Baughman, Harrodsburg, Kentucky   $17. 50
      Office Visit 10/2/61                    $ 4.00
      X-Ray      10/Z/61                        7 50
      Office Visit 10/5/61                      3. 00
      Office Visit 10/9/61                      3. 00
                                              $17. 50


5. Roscoe Byrd, an employee of Agricultural Experiment Station.

    Mr. Byrd became ill on October 22, 1961, while painting on the
UK Mercer Farm, Harrodsburg, Kentucky. He was sent to Drs.
R. T. Ballard, G. T. Ballard and George F. Ballard, who diagnosed
his illness as "Creosote Poisoning." The following charges have
been received for medical treatment and drugs and are recommended
for payment:

    Drs. Ballard, Ballard & Ballard, Harrodsburg, Kentucky  $ 6.00
      Office Visit 10/22/61                   $ 3.00
      Office Visit 10/29/61                     3.00
                                              $ 6.00

    Currey & Morgan Drug Store, Harrodsburg, Kentucky       $ 5. 13
      Prescriptions                           $ 5. 13


6. Eugene Hughes, an employee of the Student Union Cafeteria.

    Mr. Hughes was injured on October 26, 1961.  While opening a
can of lye for cleaning the garbage house some of it splashed in his eye.
He reported to the University Health Service and was referred to Dr.
Joseph H. Saunders for treatment. The following bill for services
rendered has been submitted by Dr. Saunders and is recommended for
payment:

    Dr. Joseph H. Saunders, Lexington, Kentucky             $20. 00
      Office Treatment 10/26/61               $10. 00
      Office Treatment 10/31/61                10, 00
                                               $20. 00


7. Caryl Marsh, an employee of Agricultural Experiment Station.

    Mr. Marsh contracted a disease known as "Orf" through normal,
every-day handling of sheep at UK Spindletop Farm. He reported to
the University Health Service November 3, 1961, and was referred to
Dr. Ullin Leavell for treatment, We recommend that the following
charges submitted by Dr. Leavell and Hale's Pharmacy be approved
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           Dr. Uilin Leavell, Lexington, Kentucky                 $30. 00
             Biopsy & Cautery of Lesion  11/3/61   $30.00

           Hale's Pharmacy, Lexington, Kentucky                   $ 6. 80
             Drugs 11/3/61                           $ 6.80

        8. George H. Byrd, an employee of Agricultural Experiment Station.

           Mr. Byrd was injured on November 3, 1961. While working in
        the tool shed, Mercer Farm, Harrodsburg, Kentucky, a piece of
        steel from a bolt he was driving into a wagon frame became im-
        bedded in his right eye. He reported to Drs. Meredith, Keightley
        and Moore the next morning for removal of the foreign body. The
        following bill has been received for medical treatment and is recom-
        mended for payment:

           Drs. Meredith, Keightley and Moore, Harrodsburg, Ky.  $ 9.00
             Office Visit 11/4/61                    $ 6. 00
             Office Visit 11/6/61                      3.00
                                                     $ 9.00

        If in order, please present these accident cases for consideration
        by the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees. My recom-
        mendation is that approval be given to pay the respective charges
        made for services rendered in these accident cases, on the usual
        condition that the University assumes no responsibility in connection
        with these accidents and that such approval establishes no precedent.

                                                Sincerely yours,

                                 (Signed)      Geo, R. Kavanaugh
                                                Associate Business Manager


       Mr. Peterson went over each item and explained to the satisfaction
of the Executive Committee the injuries involved, He recommended that the
charges be paid without admitting negligence or establishing a precedent.

       Members of the Committee being advised., upon motion duly made,
seconded and carried, authorized the claims of Lillie Mae Griffin, Estill
Slone, Homer McIntosh, James Minton, Roscoe Byrd, Eugene Hughes, Caryl
Marsh and George H, Byrd paid with the expressed understanding that the
University does not admit negligence in each or any of these injuries, neither
does it establish a precedent by paying each or any one of these claims.




 






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        S. Purchase of Property Approved.,

        Mr. Peterson read the following letter:

                                                January 15, 1962

        President Frank G. Dickey
        University of Kentucky

        Dear President Dickey:

        Since the last meeting of the Board of Trustees, two pieces of
        property located in the immediate vicinity of the campus have
        become available for sale. I would like to submit these to the
        Executive Committee at its meeting on Friday and recommend
        that these properties be authorized purchased at the prices
        indicated.

        258 East Maxwell Street is divided into two tracts. The house
        and front portion of the lot, which is 50 feet by 173 feet, is
        owned by the Carrie B, Piersall Estate.  The heirs are asking
        $132 000 for this property, The back portion of the lot, which
        measures 50 feet by 235 feet, is owned by Mrs. j, S, Horine.
        Mrs. Horine is asking $5, 750 for this lot. The purchase of
        these two properties would give us a house on a lot 50 feet by
        408 feet for a purchase price of $18, 750. We would not want
        one lot without the other.

        322 Clifton Avenue belongs to Eugene Pearce Atkins and Eugenia
        Atkins. This lot is 50 feet by 302 feet and contains a frame
        house with two apartments of two bedrooms each, The asking
        price is $23, 000,

                                                 Very truly yours,

                                                 Frank D. Peterson
                              (Signed)          Vice President
                                                Business Administration


        Members of the Committee being familiar with the property expressed
the views that the property should be acquired and the price was in line.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the property at 258
East Maxwell Street and 322 Clifton Avenue was aut