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Image 2 of The Voice-Jeffersonian (St. Matthews, Ky.), March 26, 1970

Part of The Voice-Jeffersonian (St. Matthews, Ky.)

SECTION A, PAGE 2, THE VOICE JEFFERSONIAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1970 Uddgoi's Gun Uagrjonoir off sure winners In the biology department were Carol McClure, first, and Debbie Loeb, second. Their entries were on noise pollution and Its effects, and eutroplucatlon, respectively. In the physical science department, over-a- ll winners were Robert Ballard, first, and Steve Lechson and Vic Craln, second. Ballard's entry was recording servomator positions while Lechson and Craln Jointly prepared an exhibit on Laser photocommunlcatlon. Other first place winners were Ken Shaper o, investigating the speed of sound; Mark Tasch, response of euglena to varying ptl; Pam Moore, coffee acidities; Jeff Hull, halography using laser light; Tim Bartoo, electronic organ circuitry; Sheryl Glasscock and Carol Vardlman, biological support for continental drift; Julie Harrison, Sally Luklns and Mlndy Belharz, electrochemistry, and Bob Garrett and Paul Graham, simple planetarium. The event was sponsored by the St. Matthews Klwanls club and Waggener's science department and staff. Schools. Mrs. Gertrude Weller, sponsor, announced the Regional Science Fair will be held at Jeffersontown High School April 11. Preceding the fair, the sophomore class sponsored a chili supper in the small school cafeteria. Over-a- ll Ridge Park and Eastern High tiff? icjgiMir A gun deer season of five days In all counties of Kentucky has been approved by the Fish and Wildlife Resources Commission. The season will open Nov. 14 and continue through Nov. 28 with hunting being restricted to bucks with antler or spike visible above the hairline in all counties except three. m these three, Barren, Edmonton and Hart, deer of either sex may be taken. Again the limit for the entire season, either gun or bow and arrow, is one deer. The archery season will be the entire months of October and December In all counties for either sex deer. Judges were science teachers of Waggener, Seneca, Butler, Westport, Plea- week. 1 opens In November ScSonco Fair announcod Winners of the March 19 Waggener High School Science Fair were announced this deer season Added P.O. service EASY RIDER promised for 19,000 Trips to the Post Office to pick up the mail could become unnecessary for some 19,000 Kentucky families In 109 counties under a major new postal service program expanding home delivery announced by the Post Office Department. Persons living more than a quarter mile but less than a half mile from the small post offices affected who now have no city delivery will be eligible for the service. Under the old program they were not eligible for rural delivery if they lived less than a half mile from the post office. '!-- ' ' TO: OPERATE ?v -r'i K TO: MAINTAIN - Stand up bars for service and storage. 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