PAUL EVERS MICK OBITUARY PAGE 2
Publisher killed during burglary Continued from Page B 1 was a senseless waste and tragedy. It's one of those things that shouldn't happen in a small town. I guess none of us are immune to it." Mick, a graduate of Murray State University, had been publisher of the weekly newspaper since 1969. His family bought the paper in 1960. Mick was a former president of the Kentucky Press Association. Don Towles, vice president for public affairs of the Courier-Journal Courier-Journal Courier-Journal and Louisville Times Co. and another another former president of the group, called Mick "a dedicated fellow." "He served a significant role in moving KPA toward a position of professionalism," Towles said. Mick also was president of the Western Kentucky Industrial Foundation, Foundation, a member of the board of Fanners Bank in Marion and a member of Marion United Methodist Methodist Church. His survivors besides his wife and children include a brother, Charles Mick of Tampa, Fla. The family requests that expressions expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to the Western Kentucky Kentucky Industrial Foundation, Marion, Marion, Ky. 42064. Gilbert Funeral Home in Marion is in charge of arrangements.