xt7v416t1r73 https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7v416t1r73/data/mets.xml Kentucky Kentucky Press Association Kentucky Press Service University of Kentucky. School of Journalism 1949 Call Number: PN4700.K37 Issues not published 1935 Aug - 1937 Oct, 1937 Jul - 1937 Aug, 1939 Oct - Dec, 1940 Jan - Mar, 1951 Aug - 1956 Sep. Includes Supplementary Material:  2005/2006, Kentucky High School Journalism Association contest 2004-2005, Advertising excellence in Kentucky newspapers 2003-2005, Excellence in Kentucky newspapers newsletters  English Lexington, KY.: School of Journalism, University of Kentucky Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. The Kentucky Press Press -- Kentucky -- Periodicals The Kentucky Press, November 1949 Vol.21 No.1 text The Kentucky Press, November 1949 Vol.21 No.1 1949 2019 true xt7v416t1r73 section xt7v416t1r73 111113“ "V11‘:",Z,‘.?‘.'1.'1‘:’1f'771775”:VETEETZZ‘F77" Zj'T‘f:(1.77;?)‘Q5€§%§?fff§Z-Ii”’<7‘-I, ,
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adline“ 1).: 155; 5' Two bills boosting second class postage publications in the House bill are higher by \‘elop’nlents rssultlng from [the I‘CCCI: re; 555511515
,- the custmner 5 rates, almost identical, in the major pro- a half-cent a pound or more than the com- Eh“: ernltho IseCItionlen he Inew (ism 55555555 I
1e copv carries 'l' visions, were reported to the Senate and panion measure in the Senate. aws hm degu atitfms. eIwI 8612mm num )Efs 5555155'5' 55 . .
1115111111”, 1115 House but failed to reach a vote before ad- Both revised measures have the same al- 3::‘5551‘3516 [.0 can (21'? W5“ t e comtpara : 55551555,.15'
ow." The (1115115 journment. The pending measures are ex- terations in the free—in-county. This postal masilgirria 101:"; ten e era statutes. diffs 0 551555515
ine started 111111 pected to cost publishers in excess of category is substantially delimited as explain- PLScRgdeP' m: on brailklhre la 5 erenIt 555 5
' $15,000,000 in higher mailing charges In ad- ed in the Senate Report, “the bill recom- _ . :ghat‘Oh m h ””5: T16 10’ 55 5‘5 55
al l'atts 101111115 dition, the House Post Office committee has mail delivered from post offices with village 5:132:15 e i613::IIIII1€ntIIEaY uspdtns t? F05): .55 :‘ ' 55
observed. 11-1155 authorized a special study of the existing ing privilege be continued, except that ‘free- ers ‘ g h mg 10 5 to 0 permit 10 ' 5 5
ter create tl1e5 second-class categories with the objective of in—county’ as to mail delivered on star and ' . I . . 5. 55 5‘55 .
ake the while revising the definitions and revising the rates rural routes be discontinued and that the Mailers" us1Ing the 01d desrgnation ”SIEC» , 55 ‘55 .555 1
5 on publications beyond the schedules pro- minimum rate applicable otherwise to such €62 PLg‘R “”11 hIhw need thh destgnation 555 55
say the 11111115 posed in the substitutes for S 1103 and H.R. mail delivered form post offices with village Sec. 24'th PLgCR‘ Users 0f first-class, PIOS' 5| 5 551‘ 5‘: I5 -
ost i111portant 1 2045 The House Committee served notice on or city delivery apply." tilgE-prIepaid envelopes and postcards, tor- 555 55 55555 I 1' .
s. Mere 1:1519115 publishers that the rates in the bill reported An attempt to open the door to free cir< merlys 562459198 “:55 now be operating un- . 55 1555 5 5'55
5 from their group should be considered tem- culation publications to have almost parity Egh 7873'" ' ' .611 eIrs 0f catalogs will find 1 "5 55115555
1c merchandise porary and “that additional rate revision with paid circulation publications was reject- ec. " now Igh hm er ISec. 343%- 55 15 5155
something [1115 bringing second-class rates more in line with ed by the House Post Office Committee but Regardless 05 information contalned here 55 5 5155
' how obvious5 costs will be considered." approved by the Senate group. The Senate or “'thh 1'0“ may read elsewhere, "3 ‘5 ISthl '5555 5'15 .55
1 so obvious to I Notwithstanding an apparent effort to amendment permits controlled circulation sound II’OI'CY [0 submit a proof Of any 10535 555551: 5.15
5 lighten the he“ P035215 burden 0" smaller business publications to have second-class pertaining to permit matter to your local 515555 555
3 long enough‘} publications, both Senate and House bills mailing treatment (without meeting the rigid postmaster before running on the press. 5; 555 .5 55:
story. i are expected to yield in excess of $1,000,000 postal regulations required of publications The original application for a third-class 55 555155 5155
thoroughh —5 from the revision of free-in-county alone, having a legitimate list of paid subscribers) bulk mailing permit costs $10, and it runs 555555 1555'
1 without counting the higher mailing costs by simply paying a higher rate. Controlled indefinitely as long as it is used at least once 555?.515 5 '55
1y in a related. for the great bulk of newspapers circulated circulation, newspapers wanted the same a year. In addition, however, each user of 5.55555 5 555.5.
in zones 1 to 3 at the new rates. The pro- privilege. such a permit must pay an annual bulk 55'1‘ 55' 5555
_ and count, posed increase in zone rates averages from 33 T1 _ _ I f l H P mailing fee each January first. Thus, the . 5 1515 5555
that are vague' ’ to 40 per cent higher, depending on the vol- 1e majority report 0 “8 ouseI 0“ user paid $20 the first year and $10 a year 151' 1I 55155i
contribute [or ume of advertising in each issue OPfice Committee 55“le back at publishers thereafter. Customers of a commercial print- 5:55 55555
5 The majority report of the House Post Of- who have advocated the postal Ieconofmliles lhI er are allowed to use the printer’s original 5 555 5'5" 5555i
to be read it 5 fice Committee made public Oct. 17, stressed :he Hoover Commission repottI as O OWS' $10 application fee, but must pay their own 55555 15555
1 the need. for a re-examination of second-class . The most vocal group contending that the $10 bulk mailing fee. 1155555551
1e customer to! postal rates, definitions, and requirements: adoption _Of the Hoover Commtssron report Louisiana Press Association magazine :5 55555 5 555
5c photographs They stated that “for example, different rates WIh Chhhhate the need for POShh rate ‘h' 515551 51555
newspaper ml 5 are charged for substantially similar services creases was that group interested 1h second- __—__“_.“__“—_ 55555515 55555 I
5 and different services performed at the same class mah' 3h analyIsIIs OfI Sichhh‘hlhssIIlhall Industry Ranks High 1 55 55 .555 I‘
rates. A revision of the rate structure in the levenues an expenc hhres C early illustrates ~ "155 5 15.; :1
_T_ 5 interest of consistency, simplification, econo- the fallacy Of [hls POS‘hhh'" . The “5”th issue 0f IMf‘nagemem Re: 51555 15 5; 555'
. l' Geor0651m1' of operation, and a reduced deficit is An attempt to pass 5. 1103 was defeated in ports published by the Printing Industry of 55555 55 5'.”
r (I) . ~t'0111‘-5 highly desirable” the Senate, Oct. 18. Senator McCarthy (R.) America, Inc., pornts out that the prtntmg I515 :5 55555
15105231190115 The Senate and House Post Office Com- of Wisconsin objected to its consideration and publiShiIng industry stilIl ranks high 155515 55555
.t .I mittees wrote into the measure circulation when the calendar was called. Senator Hum- among American manufacturing industries. 15515555555'
He” 5 limitations of 5,000 on Weeklies and 10,000 phrey (D) ”f Mihhesoub and Senator Doug- The haSiS for [his statement is the 1947 Gem 5 5515 5 5555 1‘.
___ 5 0n dailies. Report No. 1452 pointed out: 135 (D) 0f Illinois urged SPCC'd)’ passage. sus 05 Manufacturers. _ I _ 15151555555555 15
s. 11 neighbor “On weekly newspapers of 5’000 or less total Douglas advocated postal rate increases of I AICCOYIdlng t0 the report, printing and pub . .15} '5'5 .1. 5155 '
cording to 1110 Circulation or daily newspapers of 10,000 or $300,000,000. The bill proposed rates of lishmgas the tIh1rd largest 111 terms of num» 55555 5555': .
ing Publishing less total Circulation, there will be no in» about $115,000,000 McCarthy wanted postal bers 01 establishments; eleventh largest in 555515“, 5.555;
on. HeadqunI crease in rates within or outside the county rate increases postponed until all the econo- terms of production and related workers and '1 555 5 55555 ,
he with :1 (115115 of pllblication except Where they weigh less mies in postal operation proposed by the ninth largest 111 terms 0f value added by 5555 55555
reekly “t111"""‘5 than 2 ounces, when the Mg-cent minimum Hoover Commission could be tested. Hum- manufacture. T1153 tables comparing the . .5551 51555
nce July 1111555 would aPPIY- There is no increase provided phrey attacked publishers for their opposi— ranking 0f printing and publishing “”551 555’ 55555
)rporators .1165 for other publications within the county of tion to secondclass rate bOOSES- Senator other lhthtrles show the number Of estab- 5551; 55555
Arsdale. 115-, PUblication_ Outside the county of publi- Schoeppel (R.) of Kansas, insisted action 51511111311“ “1 1939 to have been 241878 and 55555 55155
vard B. Hunt. 5 Cation there is an increase of one-half cent should be postponed and under the rules de- in 1947, 28,987. 555155 5 5 555
I5 21 pound on reading matter and increases in bate ended without a vote on S. 1103. ________._______ 555115 1‘5 555
". the advertising portion. Postal employees’ salary increases passed 55555555 5555
5: The smaller and lighter newspapers cost by Congress will greatly increase the current \1Voodrow VNilson instituted the first for- E5i5'1'5 5551
1 more to handle and yield less postal revenue postal deficit. Congress is expected to call up inle and regular thite House pres confer- 55511511 555155 I
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l llill; . l U . o enate USt a”. y tatUS Committee say they intended to exclude the l E
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1 l lllll . . l ~, l 0 Printing Elllp oyees In W'I I Bl little skill, if any, is required in the perfop l E
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l illl lj' 1. l 1 , It seems fairly certain that the Senate Wlll ability insurance benefits. If wages are earn— ment in selling activity. The relationship i, E
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l . lil . l , worltels 1n the publishing business by a mote ploynient tax is payable), such wages are de— part-time SCI‘VICCS only, having no connectiOn . E
l 1. lllll 1 l 1 1 ‘1 detailed spelling out H.R. 6000 as passed by ducted from the $3,600 annual maxnnuin 111 with regular occupations. = g
l llll'll -. . 1 the House. Some exemptions are definite determining the amount of net earnings As to whether other part»time workers will l E
llllllli ’ ll while others are apparently in the hazy from self-employment that is taxable and be considered newspaper employees for . E
l lall 1; _ borderline dependent 011 the interpretations creditable in any year. Thus, as far as prac~ social-security purposes depends on seven l E
l lllllll " or administrative agencies and the courts. ticable, sell—employment income is taken in- factors to determine [h CCIIIPIOyCr-employee ' E
llll l . There is no uncertainty that the House [0 HCCOUIH for benefit purposes [0 the same relationship and the rulings of administrat E
'1llll1l 1 ‘ clearly excluded unincorporated newspapers 9X16!“ 11$ wages, lJUt seldom from casual 5611" tive agencies—SNI’A Bulletin. E
_ lllll l 1 ~ . 1. from the Self—Employment Contributions employment would not be taxed or credited. ;. E
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ll ll .; ‘ newspaper or other publication, together three and one—fourth per cent in 1970 and "t the NBA F31“ Meetmg‘ adopted the £011 1, -_§
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ll, . l f the newspaper 01‘ other publication has a emptions clearly defined [or carrier boys tle “01 ( emes 1’er e. .everyw ere 18' l1 E
ll‘illll 1\ 1. .1 paid circulation. The paragraph also ex- under 18 vears of age and adult newspaper turbed and unsure of spiritual and moral E
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ll ill 1.: l 1. tions attributable to such publishing bust» newspaper correspondents. just prior to the Virtue of character based upon self-respect 2
ll ll ll l- ‘ ll “€551 in computing his net earnings from self— final drafting of the majority report staff ex— earned by honest [011’ and E
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l lll ing of news releases to radio stations, as well ed definition, if applied to country news- to p11bllC WCIfarea and fear 0f GOd, E
1 illllll l l l : ‘1 . , as the deductions attributable thereto, is paper correspondents would result in their And “7hereas, these American traits were 5
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I l lll lllllll l l The Ways and Means Committee member- to whom they sell news items. “Entry wasl 1:1 1e ’ 1110‘; t.lere10£:. . 1 E
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lll l.:liil I 'l Shlp informed the House that publishers \Vhile no control is ordinarily exercised , . . . _ . - E
.l l m1; . . were excluded from bein rated as “self- _ _ AssoCiation does hereby iespectfully urge its E
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. 1llilllf‘j .3 ; vided to Show these publishers wanted cover- lationship with the newspapers is ordinarily , . . . 1 Edi- . E
M1 1 ,7 h 'b . . . d h Further iesolved that the Nationa =
lllilil'l‘ l . age. ll here t e usmess 15 incorporate t ere a permanent one even though it is sporadic . - - - - E
ll” ll1 l‘ l ‘ ah 1a s has been this covera e This bill also - torial Assoc1at10n shall make a pilgrimage l E
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. il“li1,‘l . ' exc u es armers, octors, an 0t er pro es they are integrated in the work of the news- - - 5
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llll llllll l l “The committee, when it was considering tle skillpis re uired for thIiJSIt) eS dirwbcfilanld- an important part in the early life 9f our :l E
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llllili l 4 were1 9 yearsfo 3:6,?“ ‘1 at was an a (1 profit or loss. Therefore, all of the factors l E
llll tiona reason or t e” exc “Slon' listed in paragraph (3) point toward the 'ex- ———————.‘——‘———‘ E
ll Compulsory coverage has been provided istence of an employee relationship within The Clinton County News, published by i E
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