Transcript Index
Search This Index
Go X

0:47 - Career

Play segment Segment link

Partial Transcript: Mr. Reeves, tell me something about the period of time when you first came into Kentucky government.

Segment Synopsis: Reeves discusses his career and how finance has changed in Kentucky.

Keywords: Johnson, Keen; Martin, James W.

Subjects: Chandler, Happy, 1898-1991 Governors--Kentucky

12:58 - Minimum Foundation Law

Play segment Segment link

Partial Transcript: You were in the Clements administration in the same capacity, I guess?

Segment Synopsis: Reeves discusses serving as Revenue Commissioner of Kentucky and the Minimum Foundation Law.

Keywords: Minimum Foundation Law; Revenue Commissioner

Subjects: Clements, Earle C. (Earle Chester), 1896-1985 Governors--Kentucky

21:40 - Fairgrounds

Play segment Segment link

Partial Transcript: You stayed in the first part of the Wetherby's administration.

Segment Synopsis: Reeves discusses the state fairgrounds which were put in place despite the protests of Chandler who was governor.

Keywords: Kentucky State Fair; Kentucky State Fairgrounds; Louisville, Kentucky; Wetherby, Lawrence

Subjects: Chandler, Happy, 1898-1991 Governors--Kentucky Toll roads

37:44 - Merit system

Play segment Segment link

Partial Transcript: One of the things that was done during the Combs administration was the enactment of the statutory merit system.

Segment Synopsis: Reeves says that the merit system is both good and bad. Some people do not do a good job and still keep their jobs.

Keywords: Merit system

Subjects: Combs, Bert T., 1911-1991

46:35 - Governors

Play segment Segment link

Partial Transcript: Do you have any feel for, if you wish, evaluation or any other approach, the grasp of the Governor's office by different people?

Segment Synopsis: Reeves says that Combs was not proactive with problems. He believes that Clements was the best administrator.

Keywords: Clements, Earle; Combs, Bert

Subjects: Governors--Kentucky

0:00No transcript.