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         Minutes of the Executive Committee of the University of Kentucky July
27, 1962.


         The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the University
of Kentucky met in the President's Office on the campus of the University at
3:40 p.m.,EST, Friday, July 27, 1962, with the following members present:
Dr. Ralph J. Angelucci, Dr. H. B. Murray and Robert H. Hillenmeyer. Absent:
Smith D. Broadbent, Jr. President Frank G. Dickey and Secretary Frank D.
Peterson were present. Dr. Angelucci presided.


        A. Meeting Opened.

        Dr. Angelucci opened the meeting by welcoming the press and public
and explained that the meeting was called for 1:30 p.m., EST, but, due to
delays in air travel, a quorum could not be procured until this time.


        B. Approval of Minutes.

        Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the minutes of the
Executive Committee of March 16, 1962, and of called meeting of the Executive
Committee of June 9, 1962, were approved as published.


        C. Financial Report.

        Mr. Peterson presented Financial Report for the eleven-months
period ended May 31, 1962. He stated that copies of the Report had been mailed
to all members of the Executive Committee ten days prior to the meeting. He
referred them to the balance sheet and other related financial statements. The
Chairman stated that the Report had been in the hands of the Executive Committee
and asked for the wishes of the members; whereupon, motion was made, seconded
and carried that the Report be received and filed.


        D. Reguisitions, Purchase Orders, etc., Approved.



Mr. Peterson read the following letter:




 





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                                          July 10, 1962

President Frank G. Dickey
University of Kentucky

Dear President Dickey:

From April 1, 1962 through June 30, 1962, the following requi-
sitions and orders were processed for the purchase of merchandise,
supplies, materials and other items for the use and benefit of the
University of Kentucky:



S. D. 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 1, 421-1,494;1-50
Inclusive 2, 431-3,095; 1-387
Inclusive 585-956
Inclusive 5,118-6,490; 7, 501-7,
        514; 8, 126-8, 214
Inclusive 16, 536-16, 954
Inclusive 2, 284-3,290
Inclusive 1-6,629
Inclusive 1-191
Inclusive 1-64
Inclusive:
  Lilly 1, 425-1, 857; 2, 401-2,
    444
  Burnett 487-554
  Pratt 621-766; 1, 601-1,650;
     1. 7001, 750
  Bolin 1, 047-2, 650; 801-1, 117
  Hawkins 787-935; 151-200;
  1, 751-1, 800
  Beemer 207-329; 1, 651-1,699
  Standing Orders 1-100; 401-445
Inclusive 33, 209-38, 153
Inclusive 791-1, 297
Inclusive 1,00U-1, 407



The requisitions, emergency requisitions, speciaf 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 re-
spectfully request confirmation and approval of the purchases as listed
conforming to the Statutes requiring action by the Board of Trustees.

                                           Very truly yours,



(Signed)



Frank D. Peterson
Vice President
Business Administration




 









         Mr. Peterson requested ratification and approval of the actions taken;
whereupon motion was made, seconded and carried that the documenis listed
in the letter designating requisitions; etc., be ratified, authorized and approved.


         E. Agreement with Washington State University Approved.

         Mr. Peterson submitted a Memorandum of Understanding between
Washington State University and the University of Kentucky Agricultural Experi-
ment Station whereby the Washington State University will investigate the repro-
duction potential of selected alfalfa and red clover clones when grown under
different environmental conditions. He outlined the work to be done by Washington
State University and by the Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of
Kentucky. He stated that the University of Kentucky will provide $1, 700. 00 to
the Washington State University to pay expenses incident to the project. He
recommended that the Agreement be approved.

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


        F. Agreement between Lexington Water Company and the University.

        Mr. Peterson stated that the Director of the Agricultural Experiment
Station and his staff had for some time wanted city water brought to the "South
Farm", now used practically entirely for horticultural work. He stated that
the University had considered paying the cost of a water main to the Hulette
farm, a distance of 4, 085 feet. He related that several meetings had been held
with the officers of the Lexington Water Company and research people in the
Agricultural Experiment Station. He related that the contract being presented
would provide for a 12" water main in the Nicholasville Pike in Fayette County,
running south from the Wilson-Downing Road for a distance of 4, 085 f eet.
He stated that, since this water main is far in excess of Experiment Station
needs and since it would cost the University approximately $20, 000 to pay for
a 6" line the distance required, he was recommending approval of an agreement
to pay $19, 000 towards the cost of constructing a water main that would serve
the Hulette farm and the care of future expansion of water requirements along
the way, as well as the farm.

        Members of the Executive Committee asked questions and, being advised,
upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, approved the Agreement and
authorized same executed.




        G. Agreement between State Department of Highways and the University
for Right-of-Entry.



Mr. Peterson related that the University had been assigned the State




 






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Park property for a 4-H Camp at Dawson Springs. He related that there was
some-question as to whether or not the University could grant the State High-
way Department a fee simple deed to a right-of -way, He further related that
the property had been originally assigned by a Federal Agency to a State Agency
and from a State Agency to the University of Kentucky. Washington authorities
are being asked to clarify the situation. Mr. Peterson recommended that
right-of-entry be given to the Department of Highways, with the understanding
that an agreement had been reached as to the price of the land involved in the
event the land belongs to the University.

        Members being advised, upon motion duly made, seconded and carried,
the right-of-entryagreementandprice for the land was approved and the document
was authorized executed.




        H. Agreement between Department of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics
and the University of Kentucky.

        Mr. Peterson presented Agreement between the Department of Agriculture,
Labor and Statistics and the University of Kentucky whereby the University of
Kentucky agrees to perform autopsies on deceased livestock and prepare diagnostic
reports, as stipulated in an Agreement, and the Board of Agriculture agrees to
reimburse the University and transfer the sum of $25, 000 for services contracted
for. Mr. Peterson stated that this is a continuation of an existing Agreement
that has been in effect for some two or more years.

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




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

        Mr. Peterson submitted Agreement between the State Department of
Health and the University of Kentucky whereby the University would continue
planning and developing a state-wide program in forensic pathology and toxicology.
It was proposed that this work be done in the Medical Center with regularly
employed personnel and that the State Department of Health reimburse the Uni-
versity in the sum of $6, 000. 00. Mr. Peterson recommended that the Agreement
be approved.

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




 









         J. Agreement for Food Services for the Medical Center Approved.

         Mr. Peterson presented Agreement between the Department of Finance,
Frankfort, and the University of Kentucky whereby the University Food Service
Center would supply food products for the Hospital and Medical Center, He
explained that this is a continuation of an existing Agreement in effect for the
period April through June 3O, 1962 and this contract will provide services
from July 1, 1962 through June 30, 1963. He stated that the Department of
Finance would reimburse the University for expenses incurred in purchasing
food and servicing the Center periodically.

        Members being advised, upon motion duly made, seconded and carried,
the contract was approved and authorized executed.




        K. Agreement between Western Kentucky Gas Company and the University
Approved.

        Mr. Peterson presented Easement between the Western Kentucky Gas
Company and the Unriversity of Kentucky whereby a 4' high pressure gas main
from the City of Princeton beyond the Western Kentucky Substation would be
installed and maintained. Mr. Peterson explained that authorities of the Western
Kentucky Substation and the University authorities had approved the request and
recommended its acceptance: whereupon motion was made, seconded and carried
approving the Easement and authorizing same executed on behalf of the University.




        L. Agreement between the Department of Mental Health and the Medical
Center Approved.

        Mr. Peterson presented Agreement between the Department of Mental
Health and the University for staff consultation services and diagnostic and eval-
uation services for mentally retarded children, to be furnished by the Medical
Center. It was explained that the Medical Center, through its departments of
Pediatrics and Psychiatry, will provide assistance to the staff of the Department
of Mental Health and will provide other services stipulated in the contract, and
that the Department of Mental Health will contribute to meeting the cost of
assembling and maintaining in the Medical Center the resources for rendering
the services listed in the contract the sum of $12, 000, and will also pay the sum
of $15, 000 toward the cost of services rendered by the Medical Center.

        The members beifag advised, upon motion duly made, seconded and
carried, approved the contract and authorized same executed.




 






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         M. Transfer of Trucks Approved.

         Mr. Peterson stated that the University has two fleet trucks declared surplus
to its needs and, rather than to dispose of these trucks by public auction, he recom-
mended that they be transferred without cost to Morehead State College to assist
the College in its building program.  President Dickey concurred in the recom-
mendation, and upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the recommendation
was approved and transfer of the trucks authorized,



         N. Purchase of Property Approved.

         Mr. Peterson submitted the following letter, with recommendation that
the property described be purchased by the University from the Haggin Fund.


                                                      J uly 20, 1962

         President Frank G. Dickey
         University of Kentucky

         Dear President Dickey:

         Three pieces of property, located in the immediate vicinity of
         the campus, have become available for purchase since the last
         meeting of the Board of Trustees.  I would like to submit these
         to the Executive Committee at its meeting on July 27 and recom-
         mend that these properties be authorized purchased at the prices
         indicated, aggregating $26, 250.

         120 Virginia Avenue is offered for sale by Irene J. Burns, Execu-
         trix of the Estate of Elizabeth Devine, for the consideration of
         $6, 750.  The lot is 44.5 feet by 87.5 feet and contains a one-
         story f rame residence.

         344 Columbia Avenue belongs to Nellie Thompson Sons.  The lot
         is 33. 5 feet by 100 feet, contains a one-story frame residence,
         and may be purchased for $10, 000.

         412 Linden Walk is owned by Mrs. Bettie McClanahan. The two-
         story frame residence, a garage and shed are situated on a lot 50
         feet by 150 feet, This property may be purchased for $9, 500.

         These three pieces of property would be retained for the future use
         of the University.
                                                       Very truly yours,

                                (Signed)              Frank D. Peterson
                                                       Vice President
                                                       Business Administration




 





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       Members being advised as to the property and its use to the University,
upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, this was authorized purchased
as recommended in the letter copied above, payment to be made from the
Haggin Fund.



       0. Architect-Engineer's Contract Approved for Services Connected
with Wood Utilization Center.

       Mr. Peterson. submitted Architect-Engineer' s Agreement for services
performed in designing and planning a wood utilization center building to be
located in Breathitt County, Ky. He stated that the Architect-Engineer's fees
are in accordance with those approved by the State Department of Finance and
that funds are available from the Federal grant. He recommended approval
of the contract.

       Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Architect-Engineer's
Agreement was approved and authorized executed.




      P. Injuries.

      Mr. Peterson read the following letter:

                                                  July 19, 1962

      Mr. Frank D. Peterson
      Vice President for Business Administration

      Dear Mr. Peterson:

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

      GROUP I - GENERAL

      1.   Roy M. Cox, an employee of Maintenance and Operations.
            Mr. Cox was injured on March 20, 1962, while moving some
      material at Memorial Coliseum. He suffered a broken index and
      second finger on right hand and was taken to Dr. David B. Stevens'
      office for X-ray, cast application and subsequent treatment. His
      hand did not heal satisfactorily, and he was admitted to St. Joseph
      Hospital on May 14, 1962. The following charges have been
      rendered.
           St. Joseph Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky (balance due) $49. 00
           (Mr. Cox's insurance paid $98. 20)
           Dr. David B. Stevens, Lexington, Kentucky           $63.00




 





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Z, Mrs. Lillian Koepke, an employee of Maintenance and Operations.
    Mrs. Koepke, a maid in the Administration Building, strained
her back while moving large trash bag on March 7, 1962. She
was taken by our Campus Police to the Good Samaritan Hospital
for X-ray and emergency treatment, The following charge has
been rendered by the Good Samaritan Hospital after her referral
there by the University Health Service:

    Good Samaritan Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky     $18. 00
       X-ray and emergency treatment 3/7/62

3. Lawrence Riddle, an employee of the Agricultural Experiment
       Station.
    Mr. Riddle was injured on May 19, 1962, while operating
motor driven machinery on the Eden Shale Farm, Owenton, Ken-
tucky.  A small chip flew into his left eye, resulting in laceration
of cornea. He was admitted to the Owen County Memorial Hospital
and was treated by Dr. 0. A. Cull. These charges have been sub-
mitte d:

    Owen County Hospital, Oweinton, Kentucky           $25. 90

    Dr. 0. A. Cull, Owenton, Kentucky                  $15. 00

4. T.G. Perkins, an employee of the Department of Dairy Science.
   Mr. Perkins was injured on February 6, 1961, while working at
Coldstream Farm. He fell as he was climbing into the silo and
when so doing fell across a feed cart which is used to feed the silage.
When he hit the cart he landed on his left side near the lower ribs.
The next day his side was hurting and it was thought best to see if
any ribs were broken. He reported to the Dispensary on February
7, 1961, when X-rays and urine test were made.

    Mr. Perkins' back never completely healed and on November
27, 1961, he again reported to the Health Service and was referred
to Dr. G. M. Gumbert, Jr., for treatment. Bills in connection
with. this injury, office visits and physical therapy, have accumulated
to this date as follows:

    Dr. G. M. Gumbert, Lexington, Kentucky             $76. 00
    Northside Pharmacy, Lexington, Kentucky            $ 6.44
    University Health Service                          $ 4. 00

    Dr. Gumbert has recommended a brace for Mr. Perkins. This
Mr. Perkins has not yet purchased as he hesitates to incur additional
debt personally.

    Dr. William A. Seay, Acting Dean and Director, recommends
that "we be allowed to pay the bills which have accumulated".




 






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5.   Mrs. Louise Taylor, an. employee of Student Union Cafeteria.
     Mrs. Taylor was injured on March 24, 1962. While carrying a
pan of food to the service counter she slipped and fell, due to some salad
dressing being spilled on the floor by another employee. Because of
terrific pain in her back, with little feeling in her legs, she was taken
to the Inf irmary. Dr. Sprague examined her and had her admitted to
Good Samaritan Hospital for X-rays and observation. She was released
from the hospital on the following day, remaining off duty until April
2, when she returned to work. The following bill has been presented
for payment:

     Good Samaritan Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky           $46. 10
       Room, medicine, X-ray and laboratory


6. Charles Nichols, an employee of the Department of Animal Science,
     Mr. Nichols' accident occurred on January 4, 1962, while unloading
feed at Coldstream Farm. Professor Charles E. Barnlirt reported to
Dr. W, P. Garrigus, brief excerpt as follows: "This injury to Mr.
Nichols' back was so painful that it was necessary for him to remain in
bed on January 5th, and on January 6th was forced to report to Dr.
Ralph J. Angelucci for treatment.  This resulted in his immediate
hospitalization for treatment by Dr, Angelucci and Dr. Kearns R.
Thompson." Dr. Angelucci gave a written report on his condition, dated
January 7, 1962.

     Hospitalization and doctors' services are as follows:

     Good Samaritan Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky (balance)  $95, 00
     (Univ. Group Hospital Plan paid $102. 00)
     Dr. Kearns R. Thompson, Lexington, Kentucky            $40. 00
     Dr. Ralph J, Angelucci, Lexington, Kentucky            $40. 00


7.   Willard Harney, an employee of the Agricultural Experiment Station.
     Mr. Harney was injured on April 11, 1962, while installing a con-
veyor at Coldstream Farm. He suffered a severe sprain to his left
wrist and was taken to the University Health Service. An X-ray was
taken and Dr. Noback referred him to Dr. David Stevens. The following
charges have been submitted:

     University Health Service                               $ 5. 00

     Dr. David Stevens, Lexington, Kentucky                  $35. 00
         Cast application and treatments




 






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GROUP II   Accident cases which have occurred after the activation of
the University Hospital, These cases received treatment in the Out-
patient Clinic, for which charges as indicated below have been made:

1.   Carol Lee Bratcher           Date of Accident-May 1, 1962  Depart-
            ment of Nursing Services
            Steam burn to left index; second and third fingers. $7. 50



2.   James Dunigan                Date of Accident-June 15, 1962
            Pharmacy Cent. Supply
            Punctured hand with contaminated needle.     $9. 25

3.   Clell Glover                 Date of Accident-May 15, 1962
            Dept. of Nursing Services
            Strained back lifting patient                    $8. 60



4.   Phyllis Hardin                Date of Accident-June 6, 1962
            Dept. of Nursing Services
            Sprained wrist positioning operating table.  $17. 50



5.   Charles L. Malone,           Date of Accident-June 14, 1962
            M & 0 Division
            Electric flash in both eyes while welding.     $7. 50

6.   James Saunders                Date of Accident-May 24, 1962
            Dept, of Dietetics
            Cut finger on potato peeler.                     $8. 50



7.   Edna Shanks                   Date of Accident-June 12, 1962
            Dept. of Dietetics
            Cut finger on vegetable slicer.                  $7. 50



8.   Manuel Smith                  Date of Accident-April 26, 1962
            Dept. of Nursing Services
            Operating electric bed and scraped skin from left thumb. $7. 50



9.   Beulah Taylor                 Date of Accident-May 9, 1962
            Housekeeping Department
            Caught hand in door, Bruised left thumb.      $17. 50



10.   Hermine White                 Date of Accident-June 11, 1962
             Dept. of Nursing Services
             Punctured middle finger with hypodermic needle.  $9. 25



11.   Della Yates
             Dept. of Dietetics
             Cut finger on glass jar,



Date of Accident-June 8, 1962



$7. 50




 






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       If in order, please present for consideration by the Executive Committee
       of the Board of Trustees the accident cases listed. My recommendation
       is that approval be given to pay the respective charges made for services
       rendered in these 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)          George R. Kavanaugh





       Dr. Angelucci examined each account. Mr. Peterson recommended
that the invoices for services rendered be paid, with the expressed understanding
that the University does not admit negligence nor liability in each case and that
the payment of these claims does not establish a precedent.

       Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the claims were au-
thorized paid with the expressed understanding that the University does not
admit negligence nor liability nor does it establish a precedent in the payment
of the claims.




       Q. Budget Adjustments.

       President Dickey stated that a sum of money had been withheld at the
time the budget was presented for the year 1962-63, awaiting completion of the
Secretarial-Clerical Survey Study. He stated that this study had been completed
and the salary scale had been adopted. He recommended the appropriation of
$60, 000 from the unappropriated surpius of the General University Operating
Fund for the Division of Colleges, and recommended, also, that the necessary
amounts for the Agricultural Experiment Station and Extension services, the
Medical Center and the Auxiliary Units be authorized appropriated as needed
to meet the programs approved by the Board of Trustees.

       Members of the Executive Committee being familiar with the Secretarial-
Clerical Survey, upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the budget ad-
justments were approved and authorized.




       R. Additional Budget Adjustments.

       President Dickey also submitted budget adjustment for water and min-
eral investigation. He stated that funds had been available from the Governor's
Emergency Fund and that the Kentucky Geological Survey accounts would be
adjusted to reflect the increased appropriation. He recommended that the




 






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money be received and appropriated for the purposes stated.

       The President stated that Governor Combs' total commitment would
amount to $100, 000 over the next two-year period and suggested that the records
so reflect this gracious agreement on the part of the Governor.

       President Dickey also submitted budget adjustment for Accounts 3234
and 3240 in the Bureau of Business Research. He explained that these budget
arrangements were not available at the time the 1962-63 budget was presented
and that this budget was now being submitted for approval. He stated that
the work would be done under the supervision of Professor J. W. Martin,
Director of the Bureau of Business Research.


       Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the budget adjustment
for the Kentucky Geological Survey was approved, the allocation of $100, 000
for geological work in Kentucky was received, and the budget for the Bureau,
of Business Research for work to be done for the Department of Highways was
ratified and approved.




       S. Change-of-Work Status fecr Dr. Ernest N, Fergus Approved.

       President Dickey recommended that Dr. Ernest N. Fergus, Professor
of Agronomy in the College of Agriculture and Home Economics, be given
change-of-work, effective July 1, 1962.  He stated that Dr. Fergus had been
continuously connected with the University since February 1, 1920, a period
of 42 years and five months, He stated that Dr. Fergus was born on March
19, 1892, and that he was entitled to change-of-work salary of 621% of his
salary at the age of 65. He read a list of assigned duties as follows:

       1, Summarize unpublished experimental observations and data obtained
by Dr. Fergus as a member of the Experiment Station staff and place these
summaries in departmental files for such use as the department might care to
make of them.

       2. Study developmental anatomy and self-fertility in red clover.

       3. Prepare a syllabus of the opinions of great men respecting the areas
of knowledge which should be the core of education.

      4. Miscellaneous assignments by the Head of the Agronomy Department.

The President recommended that the request be granted.

       Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, Dr, E. N. Fergus was
given change-of-work, effective July 1, 1962, at a salary of $5, 125.00, with




 






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assignment of duties as recommended. The members of the Executive Committee
expressed their thanks and appreciation for the long tenure and superb service
rendered by Dr. Fergus.


       T. New Departments in College of Dentistry Approved.

       President Dickey submitted recommendation from Dr. Alvin L. Morris
of the College of Dentistry, concurred in by Dr. William R. Willard, Vice
President for the Medical Center, requesting the establishment of two new de-
partments in the College of Dentistry: (1) the Department of Prosthodontics
and (2) the Department of Pedodontics. President Dickey recommended that
the request be granted.

       Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the two new departments
were established, effective August 1, 1962.


       U. Appointments to Graduate Faculty Approved.

       President Dickey recommended that Richmond Y. Hathorn, Professor
and Head of the Department of Ancient Languages and Tihamer Z. Csaky, Pro-
fessor and Chairman, Department of Pharmacology, College of Medicine, be
appointed to the Graduate Faculty.

       Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the recommendation
was concurred in and so authorized,


       V. Fees Waived for Foreign Student.

       President Dickey submitted recommendation to waive the fees for John
Shahid of Beiruth, Lebanon. He said this would take the place of a former
approval and would not add to the list of students.

       Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, the request was concurred
in and authorized.


       W. "Flying Classroom" Cooperative Program Approved,

       President Dickey submitted a Memorandum of Agreement between the
Mid-West Program of the Airborne Television Instruction and the University
of Kentucky. He stated that the Agreement provided for a coordinated program
with the University of Kentucky and that same would provide for reimbursement
for one-third of the salary of the Area Coordinator. He further stated that
this was more popularly known as the "Flying Classroom" program.  He
expressed the belief that the University would receive benefits from the program
and that the Agreement should be approved,




 






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


       X. Appointment of Representative of the Board of Trustees of the Uni-
versity to Council on Public Higher Education Approved.

       President Dickey stated that there was a vacancy on the Council on Public
Higher Education. He recommended the election of Dr. Harry Denham of Mays-
ville, who has recently been appointed to the University of Kentucky Board of
Trustees and formerly served as member of the Council.

       Upon motion duly made, seconded and carried, Dr. Harry Denham was
elected and appointed as representative of the Board of Truste? s for the Uni-
versity of Kentucky to the Council on Public Higher Education.


       Y. Consultative Services Approved.

       President Dickey recommended that Dr, Fred W. Knapp, Assistant
Professor of Entomology in the Department of Entomology and Botany, be per-
mitted to serve as consultant to the Department of Public Health during the
next year. He stated that the remuneration would not exceed $1, 200. 00:

       That Dr. J. N. Walker, Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering,
serve as consultant on design, construction and environmental control for plastic
greenhouses for the Wright Gas Company of Georgetown, Ohio. He stated that
the remuneration would not exceed $700. 00, or about $60. 00 per month:

       That Professor J. W. Martin serve as consultant to the Secretary of the
United States Department of Agriculture for a period of three weeks, beginning
August 5, 1962. He stated that the work would not interfere with Professor
Martin's regular duties. The compensation was not given:

       That Dean W. L. Matthews be permitted to serve as consultant for the
Fulton, Ky., utilities appraisal project. He stated that the work that he had
done arose under KRS 96. 580 and involved the making of a survey and ap-
praisal of the value of the electricity property in Fulton in cooperation with
two other members of an appraisal board. Dean Matthews also reported serving
on an arbitration project that involved the Cowden Manufacturing--United
Garment Workers at the Lancaster plant. He stated that the remuneration for
both would not exceed $2, 500. 00. Dean Matthews also asked permission to
serve as a public appraiser for the Middlesboro-Kentucky Utilities:

       That Dr. Loren D. Carlson serve as consultant to the National Aero-
nautics and Space Administration at $100. 00 per day, not to exceed ten days:




 






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       That A. N. Brandon, Chief Medical Center Librarian, serve as con-
sultant to the Pan American Health Organization during the last two weeks in
May, the stipend not to exceed $500. 00:

       That Professor E. M. Smith serve as consultant to the Humble Oil
andRefining Company on the use of open flame for destroying weeds in row crops.
He stated that this would not exceed four days at $50. 00 per day:

       That Albert L. Levy; Associate Professor of Special Education, serve
as consultant with the State Bureau of Rehabilitation Services for a period of
one day:

       That Dr. Morris Cierley, Professor of Education, serve as a consultan