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5 li ill I l i W F0 {tucky Press Association, Inc iiiittcd for linilnatwc mm’ to bC again suby me‘cssgr or thc Office. K Hg [Portland Gem
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ll. 5 l All} John B. Gaines, Vice-Presigerea Citizen, Berea This unienclinellltld'summer meeting. wavs or all bitsmte S 120 counties mm a]. lmerlters WhiCh
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i 'ii :1 l Per ' n’. eCretat‘y—Mana e 3 urcay mOrliin ‘ " mCCtmg on 36' Of 60 i i . through 1 7 .
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lA i ‘l ;A; . . "Wersity of Kentuck L . . 1 1 . )i’ only +0 were 00 ' ‘ ‘pmgmm ahead
ll ; i AfA. District Executive Com y: exmgton SectiOn 3 The S 130“ parties; 47 per cent ntcsmd bl lwoum insure f
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ll ll iAAAii Commonwe l 6, Eighth C Iis er, ic Assocrit ‘mdmg With “he ones SI areas
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El ll ll i i lames M. Willis, President ’ nC. Vé‘ll‘ “II“:‘V'H‘IWC committee, the bLlSirlfm Offices to {)C filfilflOf the more important l Ltle gress‘
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Elisa“: J With 197 adults at the buffet banquet noon pass to quickly. about $86 million in highway revenues,” he J
of Hill? and some 40 Children picnicking on the Preceeding the banquet, the delegates sai‘dr.‘ . , , J
S. Jlike bank, the mid—summer meeting at attended a reception in the theater by lhcrc \Vlll be no increase in the regular
port Ofthc KntuckV Dam State Park was marked as Licensed Beverages Institute with John Mar- federal aid funds for the next two yearS,” J
so make a J],e largest summer gathering of KPA cum and John Cooper as hosts. Following \Vard added. “At the rate we’re getting I
each Illld- lienbers in history. And for all, interesting the famous Kentucky Dani buffet dinner, highway funds now, it will take about J
the Sccrc- 'mglmms plenty of recreational activities, Attorney Thomas Waller, Paducah, cnter— 30 years to do what is needed now to build J‘
1C1] annual Japlrldg good fellowship made the four—day tained the group with a humerous address up our highways, and by that time what
ttee- outing one for memories. , of quips and stories that kept them in we do 110w will be obsolete.” J
J The early corners were greeted With a constant chuckles. It was said that Paducah “The only way you can get an appreci—
Jieceplion by John Henry Cox for the U. S. has produced three great reeonteurs, Alben able increase in road improvements ,1,S to l J
'Brewers Foundation on Thursday night. “The Veep” Barkley, Irv1n Cobb, and make better use of highway dollars, he
'11“; Friday morning business session was Thomas \Vallcr—and the gathering were emphasized.
of Govcrii- JOPEI‘edw by invocation by W, Foster Adams happily in agreement. The Eastern and Western Kentucky J
i are parti- who presided. Frank Paxton, editor of the Presentation of awards in the 1961 News— turnpikes are vitally needed to provide the
necausc fre- JPaducah Sun-Democrat graciously welcomed paper Production contests was made as well state With a. crisscrossmg of roads to meet ;
ndidatcfor \Jheguests to the annual outing. R0 Gardner, as many pix of the gratified and smiling the .COIleCtltIOIl of other states for. the
VhiChIHOIC JHickrnan Courier, president of the West recipients. The winners are presented in tourist'industry, VYard said at oneromt. J
tricky local lKeiiti'icky Press Association, responded fer another column. A dance was enjoyed to During the closmg busniess session, the J
;s opportil- the visitors , the muSic of Jim Youngblood’s orchestra Secretary—Manager placed the name of Frank
:0 “13km“ J Ernest Sears, pinch-hitting for J. J. Farm, to Close out the day. , \Vas15k1, Fairchild Graphic Equipment, fl
ice Hmong (Portland Cement Co., showed an inter- Opening the Saturday morning busmess Chicago, on recommendation of the execu-
Iesting film on the building of fall-out session, Fred J. Burkhard presiding, Henry tive committee, for associate. membership. '
calculated Jshclters which made many people do sonic Craig showed the film on Kentucky indus— He was accepted by acclamation. The Sec— J
as votcdal- JSeriouS thinking. He was followed by June trial development which has been shown retary then gave the prescribed second J
ic party in i‘ Davis, Kentucky Department of Agriculture, in many sections of the country and has reading to the proposed amendment to the J .
i8 through 1‘th painted a w or d-picture of the role of brought many inquiries to the state. It was constitution, which on motion, duly sec— . .j
rats in the Jigriculturc in case of emergency and the beautiful in color and intriguing in its 0nded, wasunaiiimously carried. He’also g
from 19-}? program already in preliminary stages that pertinent message. , , announced that the executive committee, , J .
intested by ’would insure food and shelter for persons Henry Ward, state commissioner of the in a brief sesmon, had selected LCXington J J =’
you by the las refugees from bombed and fall-out areag_ highway department, “back home,”- averred for the 1962 mid—Winter meeting. J J ,
)61' cent by Jl'liese reports indicated that Civil Defense that the state highway department is trying . Joe La Core, chairman of - the rcsolu- J JJ ,
are were 29 was thoroughly prepared in Kentucky. to make ends meet by bringing about a tions committee, presented four resolutions i JJ 1
ever party I Perry I Ashley, Central Office, outlined better utilization of its highway dollars which were unanimously adopted in the '
3 was such Jthe tentative program for the fall seminars, through better use of personnel and equip— Closmg minutes. Most of the group spent J J: .
ig tlICSC Six stated that the state was divided into five ment- ‘ . the afternoon In, by, or on the 13ka driv— JJ ;
tricts were Jam with newspapers Within each area “VVe’ve got to do it this way, as the ping home the next morning. Thus the JJ
half of thc within fifty mile radius of the central meet— increased cost of maintenance is eating up 1961 mid-summer meeting, declared one of J J'JJ .
e sainc pc- ling point. Opportunity was given the group the road fund,” Ward said. “In the netx the best, passes in history. , ’6 .
lto Comment on the proposed seminar pro— few years we will reach the saturation .All likenesses of convention gOCI’S, par- J
ailable con- ngmy and full approval was given to the point.” ' , ticularly the prize wmners, were taken by
ient. Based topics and procedures as outlined. A com— \Vhile the federal government is putting Jim Phillips, U. of K. Public Relations. Re- 1‘ ,
it seems Jplete story will be carried in the July issue up 90 per cent of the cost of 'IHtCI—StatC gret that we could have only room for one . . ;
ty contests of the Press. highway construction, the state. Will have to page 0f pix. 1 f
-i11]pOIl‘dIll J Lt. Gov. Wilson Wyatt, in his address maintain the roads. Ward cont1nued,pomt— * * * * i,
y counties Jon ”Kentucky’s Economic Development ing out that Kentucky has 68,000 miles of Resolutions Adopted JJ ;
each part} Program,” gave a complete story of what IOEIClS- . ' . . J J J J J
v even low— Jlus been accomplished during the past two “This administration is pledged not to Resolved, that the Assocmtion extend its J ;
iartv agrees tears and the prospects which lay in the ask for more highway taxes from the 1963 warmest apprec1ation to Governor Bert
local races Jnear—distant future. He cited the important legislature, and it Wlll honor this pledge, Combs, Lt. Gov. Wilson Wyatt, Highway ,
favors from Jrole that newspapers could, and should, W'ard declared. . . Commissmner Henry Ward, Attorney J :
take in bringing new industries to all 560— “The administration Wlll have COIltIOl Thomas S. Waller, John Henry Cox, John J ;
)ortant rczi— ltions of the state. His address is held over over the highway program for another three Marcum, and others who . contributed so J J
Kentucky". Jlo our July issue. years, and we are trying to develop In .21 much to the success of this meeting, and f
The proposed cavalcade to the MGM businesslike way a. program-covering this to the personnel ofthe Kentucky Depart—
J Shooting location for the coming film, “How period,” the commiSSioner said. merit ofJParks, espccmlly those of Kentucky J
The West Was Won,” did not materialize This is the first time the highway de— Dam Village State Park, f0r making our J .
:wart’s IGA Jils no sequences were being shot at that partment will ever have had a planning ViSIt here so pleasant. J {
yertisemenl J lime. Many were disappointed;——so the golf program, according to Ward. RC§OlVCd7 that the KCDtUCkY Press AS- J; ,
iity Mcsscri- links, boats, water skiis, fishing poles, bridge “The forecast now for thenext fiscal year, soc1ation endorse and recommend passage J
J decks, trips to nearby cities, made the after— beginning July 1, is that the state Will have of H. R. 640 and S. 467, the Boggs B111, J
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. 1 : | ; . . . __ -- third, and Frankfort State ournal, llon . > _
11 ‘1 ‘1 1 1‘ that would permit income tax deductions Best All—Around—VVeekly, Class 110,113: able mention. 1 or 1
, 1} . . . . . rd- sell S rm s Times Journal, A. J. N , . . ' 1 .. f':«;;.,2..:,m
1 , : 31.1 ‘ for institutional advertismg, and Prge e 1 _P gfi l - Anderson News Law— Best Advertismg—Central City MESsen. 1 a“;
1 1111; 11 tors to contact their representatives and publisbher, {it Eacgqnison publishe‘r sec— ger, first; McLean County News, second; , 3.13
1, ‘1 1 senators and ask them to work and vote for TCHCP 5?] ll Count 1 Times Princeton, Cynthiana Democrat, third; Henderson 11/ ,7»
1 11 1 the passage of these bills. . . 0nd, "1L1 (111015 )ublis‘her third. Cleaner and Journal, Franklin Favorite, gage
1 ‘1 ‘ R6501“, that the ASSOC‘a‘IO“ CF’mmend “(Emir A11‘CA‘r‘1m‘n11 Weekiv‘ ClaSSIII—Ken‘ Voice of St. Matthews, A1 Schansberg, 1
‘1 111 11 1 the ANPA, NEA, and other Rational pr— t kers Standard Bardstown A. J \Vathen publisher, and Anderson News, honorable 1
1‘ 1 ‘1 ‘3 ganizations for their .OPPOSIUOD. to t“; uc ‘ubl‘isher ‘first- Cynth‘iana Democrat, mention.
‘1‘“ 1‘ proposed tremendous IHCICZISGS '1‘“ POSta ‘1‘“ pP t ‘ ubl‘isher second- Somerset Feature Story, VVeekly—Shelby News,1
1 1 1 rates which would increase mailing costs om Ire; p11, IJVJUTIH‘ ‘Rogel‘fi ‘publisher, first; Sturgis News, second; Kentucky Stand‘1 a:
“ “ ‘ 1 to all publications, CSPCC‘QHY t0 the 09111- Ilo‘udn-al‘T nlilsi‘n Favorite L. L.’ Valentine, ard, third; Central City Messenger and ~
1 ‘1 11 ‘ 1‘ munity newspapers which would be sub1§et t111:1"he:a 1nd Somerse‘t Commonwealth, Georgetown News, honorable mention. 1 a“;
11 1111 to Pwh‘bitive raises far 011‘ Of reasona c 13115 ‘SGeo‘rge Joplin Jr., publisher, honorable Feature Story, Daily—fMiddlesboro Daily 1 ”M
1111,11 1 proportions. 1. A ociation go on mention. News, first; Harlan Daily Enterprise, sec. . .
1 ‘13‘1 1“ 1 Resolved, that t'ns SS 1t bolish Front Page \Veekly—Franklin Favorite, ond; Henderson Gleaner and Journal, third; 1 ,- 1. -,
1‘ ‘ ‘ “‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ ICCOId 35 agreemglqthd‘ forogfts:bli:haa flat first' Cynthia‘na Democrat, second; Ken— and Corbin Times—Tribune, honorable men«
1 11 1 13;“ 3 free-in—county man an I, . . , - _ 1' , - tion. 1
“ “1 ‘ ‘ “ rate Of 11/2 cents per pound, as pr0posed DEM S'ttmdhallrrd‘ gunk IEljrsif‘ils‘ultlieiibli‘sliZ: E