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Ray Story then thanked the members of the Board for their support and turned the chair over to Jack Burkich, the newly elected President. Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky Recommended uniforms are as follows: The rental prices bers of the coaching staff, scorers and timers are shown do not apply to schools which use one of the urged to attend.
Bureau of Audio-Visual Material. October 5, Prestonsburg High School, Prestons- Fundamentals of ball handlmg are stressed; stance, burg, 7: Game shots are presented, using slow 7: Describes shoulder and body ducah PM blocks, demonstrating several varieties of these. Im- October "is', Murray State Univeristy, Murray, portance of good physical condition, practice, and P M experience are emphasized.
This film provides a dramatic visual approach to October 24, Elizabethtown High School, Elizabeth- a better understanding of the rules of football for town 7: Special at- October 25, Stouffer's Inn, Louisville, 7: The attention of all registered K. It is designed for coaches, official shall be supplied with an emblem which he officials, players and fans, and promotes emphasis in shall wear on his sliirt sleeve.
The emblem is to be the following areas: This new motion picture will be an asset to any and blue for the "certified".
It does not have the sports information library. This picture was produced by the National Feder- ation of State High School Associations to explain the rules relating to butt-blocking and face-tackling. The film uses all modern motion picture techniques including graphics, stop action and slow motion to explain the reason footoall rules committees are con- cerned with the techniques of butt-blocking and face- tackling. Tackling properly is shown as the result of appli- cation of certam fundamentals: Shoulder and cross body tackles are demonstrated in various ways, with special instruction for safety and means of reducing shock.
That which made the National -Federation grow from an association of four states in to an association of 50 states today has not been forgotten as the National Federation expanded its services for the interscholastic programs of the 20,00D schools those associations represent.
National Federation services have been and will continue to be based on the belief that strong state and national high school organizations are necessary to protect the integrity of interscholastic programs ana to promote healthy growth of those programs. Mills presented a request from Prin. Rice, Male Traditional High School that By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule, be waived in favor of those students who were on the entrance waiting list prior to the school year but were not adinitted be- cause of lack of space.
After considering the infor- mation contained in the letter, Mr. Joe McPherson moved, seconded by Denval Barriger, that By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule, be waived in favor of those students who had applied for admission to Male Tra- ditional High School prior to the opening of the 78 school year but were not admitted because of lack space.
The motion passed by a vote of Commissioner Mills presented to the Board copies of the material completed for the auditor and also copies of the budget report. He asked the Board to study the material and after discussion, Norman Passmore moved, seconded by Denval Barri- ger, that the audit report be accepted.
Mills discussed the proposed budget report in detail with the Board. Zeb Blankenship moved, seconded by Joseph McPherson, that the proposed budget be accepted. President Burkich appointed the following com- mittees: Ramsey, Region 15 and 16 Representative.
Burkich asked that the following Committees meet during the time between the morning and after- noon sessions of- the Board meeting; Trophy Com- mittee, Sports Committee and Retirement Com- mittee. Mills discussed the need for an election to re- place Mr. Paul Trimble on the Board of Control. Trimble resigned his position as principal of Paints- ville High Scnool, thereby creating a vacancy on the Board.
Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Norman Passmore, that Mr. Trimble's resignation be accepted and that the Commissioner be directed to conduct an election to fill the vacancy under the provisions of Article IV of the K. Mills gave a report on the Boys' Basket- ball Tournament in Lexington. Wise to present the seating arrangement to the Board and asked for discussion on the price of tickets for the tournament.
The Board then discussed the price of the Girls' Basketball Tournament tickets. Following the recom- mendation of Mr. The Commissioner was instructed to forward an expense check-'to each of the participating schools prior to the itournament and in the same amount as that presented for the boys' tournament.
Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by J. Minnehan, that the final game of the girls' and boys' State Basket- ball Tournament be put on film. The regular meeting adjourned at this time for lunch and for the specified committees to meet. The Board of Control Meeting re-convened at 2: The Trophy Committee recommended that the Riherd's Sport Shop trophy bid for the school year be accepted with the exception of the track trophies and that the Finn Trophy Company be awarded the contract for those.
Norman Passmore made the motion, seconded bv Barney Thweatt, that the recommendations of the Trophy Committee be accepted. The Retirement Committee recommended that the amount of the retirement benefits to Theo A. Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Denval Barriger, that the recommendation be accepted. Upon the recommendation of the Sports Com- mittee the motion was made by Denzil Ramsey, seconded by Zeb Blankenship, that the Cross Country distance in the State Meet be changed to 5, meters for the boys and 3, meters for the girls.
The- motion passed unanimously. Denval Barriger moved, seconded by Barney Thweatt, that the site for the State Crosscoun- try Meet be held at Lexington Horse Park with the recommendation that Elizabethtown be made the site for The Board discussed the results of a recent survey taken among those schools participating in Soccer to determine if the K.
The survey indicated that 16 schools pre- fer the tournament be conducted in the fall and 14 schools prefer that it be conducted in the spring. Mills was instructed to inform the schools of the re- sults and request that they make a recommendation to the Board for consideration. After a lengthy discussion on recommended changes in track, Jospeh McPherson moved, seconded by Zeb Hankenship, that the 60 Yard Hurdles be changed to meters in girls track and that the Yard Low Hurdles be changed to meters for the boys.
It was recommended that Mr. Mills conduct a survey of the member track schools to determine their views on re-classification in track and the per- mitting of runner-ups from each region going to the State Meet.
Mills presented to the Board the information he had received from the National Federation Insur- ance Fund and recormiended that this plan be adopted by the Association. Assistant Commissioner Wise gave a report on the meeting of the Assigning Secretaries, in both football and basketball. Following the presentation and a dis- cussion on the requested raise in gas mileage allowance, Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Joseph McPher- son, that the fifty 50 mile minimumbe continued but the gas allowance be raised from 10c to 15c per mile for football, basketball and baseball officials.
After a recommendation by Mr. Wise, Joseph Mc- Pherson moved, seconded by Denval Barriger, that four officials be used in the regional basketball tournaments instead of 8. The motion carried unan- imously. Wise explained that the Assigning Secretaries had requested the Board consider raising the fee for basketball officials.
After discussing the request, Zeb Blankenship moved, seconded by Glendon Ravens- craft, that the fee for basketball officials not be in- creased during the school year. No action was taken on the recommendations of the Assigning Secretaries to increase the expense al- lowance for all necessary travel in reoonai tourna- ments to each official or that Part II of the National Federation test for the higher ratings be an open book test.
Burkich instructed the chairmen of each com- mittee to study the recommendations of the Big'8 Conference as previously presented and report any recommendation back to the Board for consideration. The next meeting of the Board of Control was scheduled for October 7, 1 , at the K. Build- ing, Lexington, at Zeb Blankenship moved, seconded by Glen Ravens- craft, that all bills of the Association for the period beginning April 1, , and ending June 30, , be allowed.
The motion was carried unanimously. Denval Barriger moved, seconded by Zeb Blanken- ship, that the meeting be adjourned. Napier Madison Madison Central Mad. Hopkins Male Marion C. Prestonsburg Phelps Raceland Paducah Mt. A good means of issuing a public thanks for these pro- fessionals in the business oi educating high school students through interscholastic athletics would be a special half-time program in their honor if your school has a football game that week.
Or at any other interschool contest that week. Ex- tend the honors to coaches in all activities, not just fall sports. Louise Crosby, Regina Williams. Following are the results: Knox 33, Eastern 14, Seneca 1 1 , Atherton 5, Ballard 2. Scott Rutherford, Eastern, boys' winner. Each school listed will receive from the regional manager an information sheet and entry blank prior to the meet. Campbell, Providence, Trigg County, St. Campbell, Fulton, Providence, St. Xavier, Southern, Thomas Jefferson.
Joe— 45; Bertrand, Earl;. Michael; Coyle, Don; Darnell, E. These interpretations of the National Federation Football Rules do not set aside nor modify any rule. They are made and published by the National Federation of State High School Associ- ations in response to situation presented. Page 45 Signal Chart. Illustration for signals 1 and 2 are reversed.
Change rule reference j to Page 4 and 5 Change rule reference to Page 7 Delete P. Page 38 line 5 substitute "a free kick infraction" for "Ulegal position". Page 38 6-M last line substitute "all times" for "some time". Page 41 lC End of line 4, delete "Even" and "the batting would be illegal" from line 6.
Page 57 3rd line change R's 45 to "K's" Page 24 Paragraph - 7th line - delete "a fumble and insert "the ball became loose". Page 26 Paragraph - 7th line - substitute "in covering" for "cover in the event of". Page 37 Diagram 5 - FJ should take a path directly towards endline. Cover III Reverse illustration for signals 1 and 2. Page 95 Top Picture - Substitute "not" for "rest" in 2nd line. Page 1 12 Top Picture - Substitute "kicker" for "hold- er".
With 4th and 10 fromthe 50 yardline Kl's punt is muffed by R2 at R's Ball rebounds back to Ks 45 yardline where Kl recovers. Prior to the touchdown, a K2 clipped while the ball was loose following the touching by Rl and before recovery by Kl, or b K2 committed offensive pass interference prior to the catch.
In a it will be 4th and 25 for K from the 35 yardline. In b it will be 1st and 10 for R at K's 35 after accepting the penalty for offensive pass interference— 15 yards from the previous spot and down counts, -2c, P. At the snap, Team B has a 10 players, or b 11 players on the field. During the down Bll or B12 enters the field but does not participate. Illegal substitution in both a and b. With 1st and 10 from A's Al advances along the sideline to the 40 yardline. During the run the coach of Team A steps on the field to get a better view of the runner.
It wUl be 2nd and 15 from A's 15 following the penalty for a non-player being out- side his team box and With 3rd and 10 from the 50, eligible Al catches a pass at B's 49 and advances for an ap- parent touchdown. Before the pass was in flight, mterior lineman A6 blacks, B4 on his line and drives him to the It will be 4th and 25 from A's Because the pass crossed B's line-of- scrimmage, ineligible receivers are restricted to the neutral zone until the pass is in flight.
With 2nd and 5 on A's 40, A2 interfers with Bl at the 50 while a forward pass is in flidit. As the ball passes over A2 and Bl, an official inadvertently sounds his whistle. Time expires for the first quarter during the down.
Second quarter will start with the ball on A's 25, 3rd and If there is a live ball foul during the down, the penalty is en- forced and the down replayed UNLESS a part of that penalty called for loss of down.
K2 bats or intentionally kicks a scrimmage kick after it strikes the ground in the plane of R's goal line in an attempt to prevent a touchback. K2 batted a dead ball be- cause the goal line is located in the end zone and as soon as K2 touched the ball there the ball be- came dead.
It will be 1st and 10 for R on their The ball is free-kicked from K's 40 yard- line and in flight it crosses the 50 yardline before heavy winds blow it back to K's 45 where it a is touched in flight by Kl, or b touches the ground and is recovered by K2. Fair catch interference in a , 1st and 10 for K in b. The restraining line marking the neutral zone for K and R on a free-kick are vertical planes and when the free-kick penetrates R's free- kick penetrates R's free-kick line in flight, it is considered to have gone the required 10 yards.
During the course of the eame, quarterback Al runs over to the vicinity of his team box area for the purpose of receivihg instructions from his coach. No time-out is requested, there is no delay in declaring the bah ready-for-play, and the coach does not leave the team box area. Team A will be penalized 1 5 yards for this unsportsmanlike non-player foul. Some may argue that coaching from the sidelines is permitted and as long as there was no delay in declaring the ball ready-for-play, this means of communicating between the coach and his quarterback should be permitted.
Coaching from the sideline permits coaches to call out in- structions to their team and these instructions may be heard by anyone. When a player comes over to the vicinity of the bench area to receive "private instructions" it takes on the same aspects as a coach-player conference which is permitted only during charged time-outs and between periods.
Team A s field goal attempt or try is de- flected by Bl in the end zone after which it goes through the goal above the crossbar.
Following the touching and before the ball goes through the up- rights, there is an unsportsmenlike foul by a Al or b Bl. In either a or b the field goal or try is successful and the penalty for the dead ball foul will be enforced on the ensuing kick-off d.
For the purpose of understanding the recent change which permits a try or field goal attempt to score after it is touched in the end zone, consider the kicked ball dead as soon as it was touched, but we now have an exception d which permits this try to score, rather than having a type of "delayed dead ball" whose future status will depend on whether or not the ball con- tinues through the goal.
A forward pass is touched beyond the line by Al. As Bl moves to intercept the deflected pass, A2 a pushes Bl in the back in an effort to get at the ball, or b blocks Bl from behind in an effort to prevent the interception.
Legal in a , clipping b. On a scrimmage down the back judge 5- man crew takes a position about halfway between the sideline and the inbounds line and slightly in front of the deepest receiver and on the opposite side of the field from the head linesman.
The back judge is not in the correct position. The back judge should take his position on the same side of the field as me head linesman regardless of the position of the kicker or the potential receiver. On scrimmage kicks the field judge is able to release much quicker than the head linesman to assist in covering for first touching, short kicks, artd kicks going out-of-bounds to his side of the field.
On foui-th down punter Al requests a new different ball that he favors for punting. The request should be denied. Unless the ball is unfit for play, or the ball used on the previous play goes out-of-bounds or for any reason the official feels it would be more expedient to request a change of balls.
Team A is obligated to use the same ball it used to begin the series. While covering a scrimmage kick, AI is blocked by Bl in sucn a manner that he cannot avoid contact with receiver B2. The touching in both a and b will be ignored.
If two numbers are given tlie first is that of the home phone. Aldridge, James R, Edgewood Rd. Broadway, Madisonville , , Allgood, David A. Knox , , Almand, David F. Knox, , Arnold, Kenneth, Baughman Ave. Knox , , Barbour, Barry, Box , Mayfield , , Bates, James R. Bruno, Taft Dr. Knox , , Black, Charles D. Mitchell , , Bramble, James L.
Thomas , , Brown, Stephen P. Box , Prestonsburg , , Burgess, Blair D. Olcy, Sycamore St.. Louisville , , Burton, James E. Campbell , , , Cecil, Henry E. Box , Hazard , , Chattin, John B. Box 11, Corbin , Cook, Richard N. Thomas , , Corbett, John Byron, S. Box Beechwood, Hazarc Box , Lexington , , Etienne, Donald H. Box , Jellico, Tenn. Route 3, Barbourville , Bus. The Kentucky High School Athletic Association is pleased to announce that catastrophe insurance coverage is being provided at no cost to member schools.
Briefly stated, the plan contains the following provisions: Coverage for students engaging in, practicing for, or traveling to or from, all activities under the jurisdiction of the K. Coverage for all cheerleaders and band members engaging in, practicing for, or traveling to or from, all activities under the jurisidiction of the K. Coverage for all registered officials of the K. Coverage for medical expense incurred within two years following the date of injury; 7.
The deductible is eliminated for injuries sustained during a state series of tournaments or meets. If you desire additional information, we suggest you write our catastrophe insurance consultant, Mr. Box , Johnson City, Tennessee, , or call He lives clean and plays hard.
He plays for the love of the game. He wins without boasting, he loses without excuses and he never quits. He respects officials and accepts their decisions without question.
He never forgets that he represents his school. He inspires in his boys a love for the game and the desire to win. He teaches them that it is better to lose fairly than to win unfairly. He leads players and spectators to respect officials by setting them a good example. He is the type man he wants his boys to be. He knows the rules. He is fair and firm in all decisions. He calls them as he sees them. He treats players and coaches courteously and demands the same treatment for himself.
He knows the game is for the boys, and lets them have the spotlight. He never boos a player or official. He appreciates a good play, no matter who makes it. He knows the school gets the blame or the praise for his conduct. He recognizes the need for more sportsmen and fewer "sports. Allen, Arthur Allen, James E.
Barbour, Barry Barney, Greg R. Bernardini, Bruno Bickel, Arthur F. Bocook, Earl Bogar, Joseph D. Boyles, Jerry Bramble, James L. Carr, Larry Clark, John E. Cline, Nick Coleman, Louis H. Current, Ellis Ray Current, Robert 0. Daopoulos, James Davis, Ralph C. Duff, William C, Jr. Easley, Dan Eldridge, Wayne R. Elovitz, Carl Emmons, Guy W.
Ewen, George Ewine, Roger G. Ferguson, Roy Ferrell, Ronnie E. Fuchs, Charles Furlong, William E. Hadden, Newell Hall, Charles E. Helton, Leslie Henderson, Charles A. Horsman, Bill Houchens, Tom M. Jones, Denver Jones, Paul D. Nellis Kuster, Thomas T. Logan, Michael Long, James E. Lusby, George Lykins, James O.
Moore, Franklin Moore, Philhp H. Morgan, Richard Morse, Richard K. Quehl, Harry Rapp, William C. Ring, Bill Roberts, James E. Shreve, Tim Simms, Clarence E. Sizemore, Aster Small, David E. Staley, Jerry Stephenson, Harry S. Streible, Ronnie Streicher, Richard A. Stumbo, Jack Sutton, James A. To we, Paul F. Trabue, David Trapp, Charles W. Wade, Bill Waide, Harry D. Wanchic, Nicholas Ward, Tom A. Wedge, Paul Denny, Jr. He was a member of the undefeated U. He also lettered in Baseball at U.
Grigsby graduated from U. Napier High School in He later returned to U. Grigsby coached Basketball and Baseball at McDowell High School from where his teams gained- state-wide recognition. His Basketball teams appeared in the "Sweet 16" three times, , , and while his Baseball teams made only one trip to the final state meet. He began his administrative career while at Mc- Dowell High School, when along with his coaching duties, he served as the Assistant Principal from He was promoted to the role of Assistant Super- intendent in the Floyd County School system in and served in this capacity for two years until he be- came Superintendent of Floyd County Schools July 1 , Grigsby is married to the former Phyllis Martin of McDowell where they now live.
Because of Geri's nation-wide fame in women's basketball and her many high school records that she set while playing high school Basketball at McDowell. Grigsby in some circles is affectionally referred to as being "Geri's daddy! Grigsby will serve out the unexpired term of Paul Trimble, Paintsville, representing Section 8.
The headquarters hotel will be the Gait House where all meal functions, as well as some general sessions and workshops will be held. Athletic directors are urged to make budget re- quests now. Nationally-known speakers, many workshops, a comprehensive exhibit area, and the Management Seminar, will be available as usual; and the second an- nual meeting of the National Interscholasitc Athletic Administrators Association will be held in conjunction with the national conference.
Athletic administrators will be mailed information on request to the National Federation, Federation Place, Elgin, Illinois Twenty-five members were present. On motion by Bob Hall, Maysville, the reading of the previous minutes were dispensed with as they were published in The Athlete, the official magazine of the Kentucky High School Athletics Association.
Roy Walton, coach of the East All-Star football team reported on the All-Star games, and stated that it was the opinion of the coaches, that the number of players on each squad be increased from 25 members to It was suggested that the coaching staff be in- creased from two to four. In the election of officers, Marty Donlan of St.
Xavier High School, was elected by acclimation to the position of Sgt. The members present did not elect a Secretary-Treasurer, but delegated the right to select one to the Executive Committee. A financial report was made by Joe Ohr, treasurer, and was accepted as Ohr made a detailed report. The Meeting adjourned at Act of October 3, , authorized May 3, In addition he will assist in recruiting new officials and in the assignment of officials.
The names of the assigning secretaries with the residence and business phone numbers. Business numbers are given first , are as follows: Rex Alexander, Wells Blvd. Included in the directory is a calendar of events, a section on general information about the K. Please send check or money order to Directory, K.
Inside front cover - In paragraph 9, line 3 after the word "unless" add the words, "the last". Inside front cover - In paragraph 1 1 change 1 h to 1 0- 9h. On page 27 in Rule 8, Section 7, line 4 after the word "unless" add the words "the last". At top of page 33 in second line change 5 to 4. On tne bottom of page 48 under the caption "Defi- nition of a Tap or Tip ", the paragraph reference should read 27 instead of On page 50 in paragraph 5, hues 6 and 7 after the word ' when" add the words, "the last".
Page 52 - In last paragraph, line 2 change h to h the two times it appears. On page 54 in Basketball Rules Fundamental 1 2 after the word "unless" add the words, "the last". On page 10 in the 9th line of paragraph 3 after the word ' when" add the words "the last.
The last paragraph on the bottom of page 12 contains two references to h. Change them to h. On page 32 revise play situation A and its ruling to read as follows: Al is successful in both free throw attempts. Wliile B3 is making the throw-in from behind the end line A3 pushes B4. Team B is or is not in the bonus situation. If team B is not in the bonus, it is awarded the ball at the spot out of bounds nearest to where the foul occurred.
In A Comment on page 47 delete line 7 and re- place it with the following: On page 59 in Play 3r2D after the word "and" in the second line add "the last".
In the third Hne of its ruling delete the words "second attempt" and replace them with "free throw s for the personal foul". On page 69 delete B and its ruling. Plays 14, 15 and their rulings on page 8 cover the situations de- scribed in Play B and their rulings provide more exacting officiating procedure.
Change the caption under the bottom picture on page 14 to read as follows: After a successful free throw A4 fouls during the throw-in before the ball touches a player on the court. Team B will receive its free throw or throws, or tlie ball out-of-bounds, whichever is applicable.
If team B were not in the bonus it would be awarded the ball for a throw-in from spot out of bounds nearest to where foul occurred. Onpage 4 in paragraph entitled " Administration of False Double Foul Situation" add the words "the last" after the word "when".
On page 4 in the first paragraph for transparency numoer 10' add the words "the last" after the word "when" in the third line. Box 41 , Muldraugh, 55 Denham, Edward G. Mitchell, Patterson, William C. Mitchell, Zimmer, Thomas W. Mitchell, According to our records the following football coaches have not attended the mandatory clinic as required in ByLaw 28, Sec. Ann Karrick, girls athletic director of Montgomery County, introduced Mr.
Bill Nalli, executive secretary of the Kentucky Association of School Administrat- ors who discussed at length the proposed certification of coaches, which included attendance at medical meetings annually, these to be under control of the State Board of Education. The training sessions are to be financed by funds appropriated by tlie State Board.
The training sessions are to consist of a two or three seminar, held in June and perhaps to be mandatory in Nalli stated tliat the K. Kok talked about the newsletter— Athletic Directions, which replaced the Communicator. Representatives of the various groups in attend- ance were: Members present for the purpose of having the girls East-West All-Star basketball game and the boys East-West All-Star basketball game being played on the same night and at the same place were: In the selection of teams the ballots for the boys and girls will be the same, however, the ballots of the girls will be given out at the State Tournament-the ballots must be returned within one week.
Meals and mileage will be provided for the players, coaches, and managers. At the suggestion of Judy Morris, executive secre- tary of the K. At the suggestion of former coaches of the K. East-West football and basketball teams and in ac- cordance of the policy of the K. It was agreed by the Executive Board that coaches for the games would not receive the usual stipend.
The Executive Board voted unanimously to in- crease the size of the football squads to 28, and the size of the coaching staffs were increased from two to three in football, each squad and from one to two in basketball. The meeting adjourned at 5: At the request of Mr. Receipts and disbursements have been grouped and classi- fied and are shown on the attached schedule of Receipts and Disbursements.
All receipts have been traced as deposits into the Bank and all disbursements have been sustantiated by canceled checks. In my opinion, this letter and the attached schedule properly reflect the transactions and status of this account tor the period shown.
Bank Balance April 1, 5, This report submitted this 30th day of May, At the request of your Treasurer, Mr. I have grouped and classified all receipts and disbursements and these are shown on the attached schedule of receipts and disbursements.
You will also find attached to this report a separate sched- ule of Savings Accounts, showing the name of the Bank or Savings firm and the balance in each account. This list is self- explanatory and all balances were verified bv telephone. I believe that the attached schedules and this letter properly reflect the transactions and condition of this accouiit for the period shown. Respectfully submitted, Verna McKinney - Accountant attachments: Bank Balance April 1, Expense - All Star Games Ault, Delbert Austin, Dwight L.
Backert, Tony Baird, James H. Brady, Dan Brock, Jack W. Burlew, Warren Burns, Raymond G. Burrus, Lee Roy Jr. Ill Butler, Denver E. Marion Day, Richard W. Ill Faust, Phillip K. Gilliam, Randy Goble, Kenneth R. Godbey, Tom Gorham, Barry W. Heaberlin, Bob Head, Lon E. Holtzknecht, Thomas Howard, James D. Looney, John Luckett,Paul J.
Montell, Brad Moody, Joel D. Morgan, Chuck Morgan, Glenn W. Nethercutt, Bill Oetjen, Gregory W. Douglas Owens, Bruce E. Passafiume, Jerry Potts, Roy A. Darrell Ransdell, John D. Stutler, Joe Thompson, Harrie G. Tinsley, Joe Turner, Charles W. Whalen, Billy White, Johns. If two numbers are given the first is that of the home phone. Lee Roy, Leiand Rd. Box , Williamsburg, , , Cuarta, Jose'.
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Commissioner Mills introduced Pete Griasby, Jr. Grigsby received 17 votes and Mr. Frank Welch of Beltry High School re- ceived 14 votes. Mills read a letter of resignation from Assist- ant Commissioner Dianne Caines. Minnehan, that the Board accept the resignation of Mrs. President Burkich instructed the Staff Committee to review the job description of the Assistant Commissioner position to be filled before recommending a replacement to fill this vacancy.
Commissioner Mills read the correspondence on the eligibility case of Sherri Huff. Johnson Road in Barlow, KY. Sullivan was a member of Full Gospel Temple in Wickliffe. He was preceded in death by two brothers; and one sister. Funeral services were held at noon on Thursday, Dec.
Burial followed in North Ballard Cemetery. Thursday until service time at the funeral home. Coates was a member of Briensburg Baptist Church. The site will allow businesses to expand their advertising to include both print and online versions.
Just mention "Brooklyn Johnson" and show this little angel the true spirit of the season. We ask that as you go through this Christmas season, you please keep the Johnson family in your thoughts and prayers.
Born at only 23 weeks old, Baby Brooklyn is at Kosairs Children Hospital in Louisville and is in need of all of the tender love and care that she can get.
Every child deserves the best start in life they can get and each especially deserves the merriest Christmas possible. Visitation for friends was at 10 a. Box , La Center, Ky. The following businesses and individuals encourage you to attend the church or your choice.
To be a sponsor of the Church Page please contact Lisa at Happy New Year to Wickliffe and all of its residents. You can call it beauracracy and I always have heard of the other countries where you have to pay someone off to get a permit, or if you want to do business in their country. I remember someone that told me a couple of years ago that they missed getting a home loan by one point.
As a former banker, I can tell you that a lot of people would not have been getting home loans if the federal government or a federal committee in Washington, D. I remember some of the bigger banks coming into this area and having to check with someone in other states before they could lend money to an applicant locally. With the IRS entering your lives to fine you for not having health care, and the National Security Agency monitoring your phone calls, and major corporations storing your personal shopping data in large email storage systems in remote locations, we are no longer free.
There is a large price to pay for the government controlling your lives. Supposedly, this Consumer Protection Agency will keep businesses and thieves from taking advantage of you! Relax, the government agent is here to help you. Are you surprised that the Democrats and Republicans are in agreement of some of these issues?
Any day your child could be murdered at the local elementary school. They will speak of God without mentioning Jesus Christ, and they will decide that we eat too much salt or that you are too fat. Now, with the new Affordable Health Care Act ,the Feds will be using large government agencies to run your life for you!
I personally think that cigarettes should be outlawed. I guess the revenue from government marijuana offsets the health risks? This spokesman always lulls you into believing some lie, which white-washes and misdirects the blame to some government scapegoat! My generation never believed that anything dishonest was at the heart of America, but now we are seeing things that remind us of Russia and China in the Cold War. Now we find out our phones are illegally tapped and our on-line purchases are tracked and used for marketing, or whatever the Feds want to use it for in the future.
How far are we from a Stalin or Hitler? They will eventually get your guns, your salt, your smokes, your rights … but look on the bright side. Of course, under a socialist government, God is never welcome! I received a Christmas card today from the daughter of one of the U. Indianapolis survivors, Louis D. I last talked with her at the August Survivors Reunion held in Indianapolis, in which I attended. If you were to read the book written by the survivors you would find the story of her father as written by her.
It was interesting to meet this lady and talk to her a bit about the Indy. She is dedicated to telling the story of the sinking of the Indy as related to her dad. Not really a true hornet, they are more closely related to yellojackets.
In the spring a single fertilized queen emerges from some protected place where she has spent the winter and begins to build a small nest. She constructs the nest from cellulose she has collected from weathered wood then chewed and mixed with her own saliva to form paper. The queen builds a few brood cells, lays eggs, hunts for food, tends to the. Enclosed is a picture of Bonnie. She wears the Indy hat every day. She is devoted to telling the story of the sinking of the Indy, and as you can see, has had the ship tattooed on her arm.
I think you will find that. Once this occurs she may never leave the nest again. The young hornets take over all responsibilities outside the nest and the queens only job is to lay eggs. The colony will continue to grow throughout summer and the nest may grow to 2 feet long and contain to workers. There are usually 1 or 2 entrance holes with additional air vents near. The sad part of all of this is that the ship should have never been sunk had the Navy done its job!!!!
As fall approaches, the queen will raise a special brood that consists of young males called drones and young queens. When mature these youngsters will take flight and mate. The males die shortly afterward and the young fertilized females look for a protected place to spend the winter. Next spring the young queen emerges and the cycle starts over again. If you collect one of these nest use caution. There are likely still a few live hornets inside that will emerge when warm.
Spray the hole in the nest well with insecticide and leave it closed in a trash bag for a few days just in case. The Ballard Weekly welcomes letters from readers. Letters that cannot be verified will not be published. The editor reserves the right to edit or reject any letter. Short, concise letters are encouraged and, in most cases, a maximum of words is requested. Photocopies, reprints from other publications, letters to third parties, personal attacks, and thank you letters listing businesses will not be published.
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Letters from the same person regarding the same topics are discouraged. Stop by Ballard County Co-op on Hwy. Our annual Christmas event involves picking a worthy organization and raising money in order to give brand new rods and reels to the kids assisted by the organization. I started a ministry called Courageous Anglers. Since then, Courageous Anglers has grown into a ministry that has been able to buy fishing rods and equipment and donate it to deserving kids in our community.
We have been fortunate enough to have blessed kids from one end of our state to the other. It has built some amazing. This year we chose Paducah Day Nursery. The Paducah Day Nursery is a non-profit corporation that was established in Originally started for working mothers to have a safe place for their children, Paducah Day Nursery continues its journey to provide quality care for children of parents with limited resources. They strive to produce a safe, comfortable, supportive environment in which each child is inspired to reason, explore, communicate, create and cultivate a positive self-image.
Paducah Day Nursery strives to invest in the lives of children and their families. The financial support of The United Way allows them to have lower staff to child ratios, continuing.
The kids were led to believe we were there to talk to them about fishing. I did, but we also shared the gospel of Christ with them and then surprised them with new rod and reel combo kits. About 25 kids, ages , were given these combos just a few days before Christmas. If our budget allows, we will. Our initial goal is to supply rods and reels children who may not have to opportunity to own their own gear.
Our secondary goal always involves returning to take them fishing. Our mission, however, is sharing the love of Christ. We do this every year expecting to be a blessing but it really is us who gets blessed! Courageous Anglers is a simple ministry with a simple mission.
To equip men, women and children in the sport of fishing and the outdoors, teaching them basic skills needed to not only become a life-long angler and outdoorsman, but to equip them for a life in Christ. From now on you will catch men. Members of the Ballard Middle School cheerleading squad perform at the basketball games last week. Despite running on low staff, the jail report included minimal issues.
Jailer Mike Horn noted things have been relatively smooth with exception of having an electrical issue in one of the cells. At the current time, the jail has a total of 45 inmates: That morning the sheriff was occupied in court; never-the-less, the report was made.
The court also approved the omitted and received property tax bills. Omitted property tax bills being related to the excavation and selling of limestone, sand, and gravel by quarry owners. Animal control reported a total of 22 calls for the previous month. Despite having a few calls regarding livestock escaping and meandering on the road, the officer found no loose animals upon his response. In the conjoining solid waste report, recycling has.
Yes, is gone. Everything you did right or wrong is in the past. But, we can make a fresh start a new beginning to this New Year. We can do better than we have ever done in years past.
I have come across a very good guide to live by. I would like to share it with you. I hope I can live by it in the days to come. Search out a forgotten friend, dismiss suspicion, and replace it with trust.
Write a love letter. Give a soft answer. Manifest your loyalty in word or deed. Forego a been down compared to previous months. This lull is being attributed to the decrease in business being conducted during the holidays.
All of the county blacktop projects have been reportedly finished. Now that the wintry weather has passed and roads are returning to normal, the county has resumed trimming work. Per comments made by citizens in the county, magistrates discussed why the roads. Homemakers Club met to remember the birth of Jesus Christ. Bonita Abernathy told the story of His birth. The group met in the. A delicious pot luck meal was served.
We played Christmas Tree bingo, and everyone was a winner. The club will meet in January to work on making shoes for children in Gahana. Apologize if you were wrong. Examine your demands on others. Think first of someone else. Appreciate, be kind, and be gentle. Laugh a little more. Take up arms against malice. Gladden the heart of a child. Take pleasure in the beauty and wonder of the earth. Speak it still once more. On the subject of brine, it was pointed out that in the recent bout of winter weather, the rain that moved in before the freeze prevented it.
In the end, it was settled that the roads remained heavily iced due to being unable to salt and effectively use road plows. When asked why the county was unable to salt the roads, the issue of not being able to lawfully store the salt was the primary problem cited. By law, road salt is required to be stored on a concrete base or in designated containers. Storage on the ground or any other manner is not permitted.
The report included nine cash transfers, two budget transfers, the public properties and the paying of the bills. Union, Local of Paducah. He was preceded in death by his parents, Alton B. Hendrix were held Saturday, Dec. Burial followed at Roselawn cemetery.. Box , Bardwell, KY You may go online to light a candle or leave a message of support for the family at www. Garber was a member of First Baptist Church in Arlington. He is survived by his wife, Fran Lee Garber of Arlington; daughters,.
Funeral services for Samuel Logan Garber were at 2 p. Burial followed in the Burkley Cemetery. Sidney Ray Abernathy, age 55, passed away at 2: He was born Oct. The family moved to Kevil in from Iowa. Ray was a member of Kevil First Baptist Church. He was a self-employed carpenter. He was very crafty and artistically inclined.
He was always full of fun and volunteered graciously at various organizations. But above all, he dearly loved his family and his dogs. He was a husband, dad, son, brother and uncle. This year, give them a gift that comes all year Give your loved ones a gift subscription to the Ballard Weekly Please send a gift subscription to the person named below.
I have included a check or money order for the appropriate amount. Send subscription information to: He was preceded in death by his father, Kenneth Abernathy. Morrow Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Webb, 87 of Bardwell, passed away at 8: He was preceded in death by his wife, Florence Mae Jeffries Webb, and two sisters.
Graveside services were held at 11 a. Has change machine on side. Bought 1 tree too many. Programs of the Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service serve all people regardless of race, age, sex, color, religion, disability or national origin.
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We have survived both of those. So it is on to Our office will be closed from Christmas day until January 3rd. This is just an annual occurrence where the entire University of Kentucky , except the basketball team is shut down. It starts at 9: Topics include a review of last year by Dr.
Commodity prices are almost certain to be lower than the past few years, but any weather concerns could make the market highly volatile. I think the next few years may be when good management rises to the top again and the days of anything goes may be over. I still think agriculture will be a great business, it just may not be quite as profitable as the last few years.
Everyone have a merry Christmas and a happy New Year and we will see you in Fast, dependable onsite service at reasonable rates. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law.
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