MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

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MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
OF THE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
THE JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT OF
ST. LOUIS - ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI
MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1964 - 8:00 P.M.
A regular mooting of the Board of Trustees of the Junior College District of
St. Louis - St. Louis County, Missouri, was held on Monday, April 13, 1964, at the
Central Office of the District at 4386 Lindell Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri.
1.
General Functions
1.2
Roll Call
The Board Vice President, Mr. Guy S. Ruffin, called the meeting to
order at 8:00 p.m. The following members of the Board were present:
Mrs. Joseph C , Bastion
Messrs.
Lester C. Geil
Morris G laser
F. W! 11 lam McCalpin
Guy S. Ruffin
The Board President, Mr. Gerald V. Williamson, wcs unable to be present at
this meeting.
Also present were Joseph P. Cosand, President; John E. Tirrell and Jumes V'.
Hobson, Vice Presidents; and Douglas F, Libby, Jr., Campus Director - all of the
Junior College staff.
Dr. Cosand also Introduced Mr. Jack Brookins, Coordinator - Special Planning
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and Research, City College, Oakland, California, who was visiting the District.
Mr. Bruce E. Woodruff f the firm of Armstrong, Teasdal , Roos, Kramer, and
Vaughan, C unsel for the District,, was als present,
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Minutei
Vice President Ruffin called for a reading of the Minutes of the regular meeting
of March 23, 1964. They were read and discussed* Whereupon on motion by Mr.
McCalpin, seconded by Mr. Glaser, and with the unanimous ay9 vote of ail members of
the Board who were prosent, the Minutes of the regular meeting of March 23, 1964,
were approved as read.
1.4
Welcome to Guests
Board Vice President Ruffin introduced Mr, Nick Delcalzo - a reporter for the
St. Louis Globe-Democrat to the Board members.
1.6
Communications
The President of the College, Dr. Cosond, directed that the following letters
be read to the Board Members:
1.6.1
A letter had been received from Mr. James D. MacConnell,
Professor of Education and Director of the School Planning Laboratory, Stanford University.
Mr. MacConnell stated that it was gratifying to know that Mr. Gerald V. Williamson
planning to accompany the Junior College Air Tour in July, He also stated that Mr.
Richard Dankwcrth, who was in charge of the tour, would be keeping the Junior Col leg
District of St. Louis informed as plans became more definite.
1.6.2
The following letter hod been received from Mr. Daniel L Chanc ,
9428 Yorktown Drive, St. Louis 37, Missouri, regarding the recent election for Hie
office of Trustee of the St. Louis Junior College District.
Mr. Chance had been a candidate.
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April 10, 1964
Mr. Joseph P, Cosand
President
The Junior College District of
St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri
4386 Undell Blvd., St. Louis 8, Mo.
Dear Dr. Cosand:
It was a sincere pleasure meeting you and Mrs. Tygard. The courtesies and cooperation
shown to me by your staff will always be remembered. From the time I filed for the
office of Trustee, I was treated as if I were one of the staff members of the College
District. I shall never forget the past campaign.
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I have always been interested in the Junior College and higher education for the
St. Louis area. Your attention is invited to the enclosures supporting higher education
by the American Legion and myself. I wrote the original resolution which was submitted
by my Post, Naturally we were all pleased when the city and the county voted for the
Junior College District.
It was noted during my short campaign that many citizens were not familiar with the
new college. Some were confused, they thought I was running for a local scho I board.
There were many Legionnaires who stated that they could not vote for me because they
did not live in my district. I tried to explain the new college district program, hoping
they would support the college in the future.
Again, I want to thank you, the Trustees and Mrs. Tygard for keeping me Informed, As
a Vocational Rehabilitiation counselor for the State Department of Education, if I can
be of any service to any of the disabled students, please be free to call on me.
With best wishes,
Daniel L, Chance
9428 Yorktown Drive
St. Louis 37, Mo.
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P.S. Please extend my bast wishes to Mr. Williamson
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Or. Cosand asked Mr. James W. Hobson, Vice President, to read
the final election results for the office of Trustee? of the Junior College District, which
had been held on April 7, 1964. This is attached as an addendum to these Minutes.
2.
PERSONNEL
2.1
Certificated Personnel - Professional Staff
The President of the College, Dr. Cosand, recommended the employment of the
following certificated personnel:
Full Time
Glenn G . Grothaus - Instructor - Business Administration - 1-2 - Eff. 8/24/64
Harry Machin, Jr. - Instructor - Philosophy - 1-3 - Effective 8/24/64
A. Dean West - Instructor - Mathematics - 1-2 - Effective 8/24/64
Edgar I. Patterson - Instructor - Sociology - 1-3 - Effective 8/24/64
George Turner - Asst. Prof. - History - 11-1 - Effective 8/24/64
Charles Clements - Asst. Prof. - English - I M - Effective 8/24/64
Charles J . Sommerville - Instructor - History - 1-2 - Effective 8/24/64
David R. Marshall - Instructor - English - 1-1 - Effective 8/24/64
Leon M . Gordon - Asst. Prof. - History - 11-4 - Effective 8/24/64
Oliver L. Jackson - Instructor - Art -
1-3 - Effective 8/24/64
Sam Wayne - Instructor - Art - B-4 - Effective 8/24/64
Paul W. Nicholson - Asst. Prof. - Chemistry - 11-4 - Effective 8/24/64
Leon J . Myers - Asst, Prof. - Business Administration - 11-1 - Eff. 8/24/64
Louis M . Mori n - Counselor - 11-3 - Effective 8/24/64
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Gary C. Lone - Instructor - Political Science - 1-3 - Effective 8/24/64
Vera G . Phillips - Asst. Prof. - Nursing - 9/15 of 11-1 for 1 semester Effective 5/11/64
The President of the College, Dr. Cosand, recommended the employment of the
following Part-Time Personnel, effective March 25, 1964:
Richard Dale Gish -
Mathematics
3 credit hours @ $135/cr. hr.
Nora Liang Wang -
Mathematics
3 credit hours @ $135/cr. hr.
Raymond F. Bryant -
Mathematics
3 credit hours® $170/cr. hr.
Charles Drebes -
Mathematics
3 credit hours @ $170/cr. hr.
Dr. Cosand also informed the Board that the following certificated personnel
had resigned from the Junior College District:
Ralph J . Bennett
Effective 5/26/64
Evelyn G . Harvey
Effective 5/26/64
Nelson L. Harvey
Effective 5/26/64
Tena Schultz (on March 23, 1964 agenda)
Janice Witmer (on March 23, 1964 agenda)
Dr. Donald C. Bridgman
Effective 3/31/64
A general discussion followed.involving all Board members.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Geil, seconded by Mr. McCalpin, and upon the
aye vote of alt members of the Board who were present, it was
RESOLVED, That the personnel recommended for employment on a full-time
basis, by Dr. Cosand, as set out in the foregoing list, be employed in the
capacity and at the salary classification therein set out, said salary classification
having been previously approved by the Board.
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FURTHER RESOLVED, That the President of the Board be and Is hereby authorized
to execute the form Instructor's Contract, previously adopted by the Board, with
each of the above full-time certificated personnel, which said contract Is to
be filed with the records of the District.
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the personnel recommended for part-time employm nt
by Dr. Cosand, as set out In the foregoing list, be employed In the capacity
and at the salary classification therein set out - said salary classification having
been previously approved by the Board.
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the resignations of the foregoing certificated personnel
be accepted by the Board of Trustees, as recommended by the President of the
College.
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Administrative Personnel
The President of the College recommended the employment of the following
administrative personnel:
Dr. Paul A . Eisner - Dean of Instruction - Step IV - Effective 8/1/64
Dr. Fred Wellman - Assistant Dean of Instruction - Step I I I - Effective 7/1/64
A general discussion followed with respect to their academic backgrounds and
general qualifications.
At the request of Board Member McCalpin, the Board members
went into executive session •
At 8:35 p.m., the regular meeting of the Board of Trustees reconvened.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Geil, seconded by Mr. Closer, and upon the aye
vote of all members of the Board who were present, it was
RESOLVED, That the personnel recommended for administrative duties, a$ set
out In the foregoing list, be employed In the capacity and at the salary
classification herein set out, said salary classification having been previously
approved by the Board.
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FURTHER RESOLVED, That the President of the Board be and is hereby authorized
to executive th form Instructor's Contract, previously adopted by the Board, with
each of the above full-time certificated porsonn I, which said contract is to bo
filed with the records of the District.
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2.3
Classified Personnel
The President of the College, Dr. Cosand, recommended the employment of the
following classified personnel:
Edna Lambert VYhaley - Clerk -Typist (Meramec Campus), Range 7, Step A Effective 3/14/64
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Glaser, seconded by Mrs. Bastlan, and with the
aye vote of all members of the Board who were present, it was
RESOLVED, That the classified personnel listed above be employed by the District
in the classification and at the salary indicated,
3.
CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
3.1
Summer Session Schedules for 1964
The President of the College, Dr. Cosand, stated that the Summer Session
Schedules for 1964 had been developed on the basis of full 15-week schedules for
Florissant Valley Community College and the City Campus at Roosevelt High School.
This was in accordance with the tri-mester program.
In order to provide opportunities for high school graduates in the city and county
this June, an . abbreviated eight-week session commencing on June 29th would be
offered at Meramec Community College.
Dr. Cosand added that the i cheduies were based on the present enrollment
estimates, but were always subject to modification during the first woek of classes.
He stated, too, that all staff members who had Indicated their Interest In teaching In
the Summer Session had been advised that It was possible that certain classes would not
materialize and would therefore be cancelled,, A general discussion followed.
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Whereupon, on morion by Mr. McCalpIn, seconded by Mrs. Bastion, and with
the aye vote of all members of the Board who were present, It was
RESOLVED, That an abbreviated eight-week session be offered at the Meramec
Community College Campus, commencing on June 29, 1964, in order to
accommodate high school graduates in the city and county who were graduating
this coming June,
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the full fifteen-week summer session schedules
be continued at Florissant Valley Community College and at the City Campus at
Roosevelt High School, in accordance with the established tri-mester program
of the Junior College District.
4.
COLLEGE FACILITIES
4,1
Temporary Buildings - Florissant Valley Community College Campus
The President of the College, Dr. Cosand, recommended that the firm of
Kenneth Wischmeyer andAssociates be authorized to develop working drawings for the
temporary buildings proposed for the Florissant Valley Community College campus.
Dr. Cosand stated that these working drawings would include modifications requested
by the Moline Fire District, in accordance with their established requirements.
Dr. Cosand added that the Board had previously authorized Mr. Wischmeyer to
proceed with the working drawings for the original proposals, subject to approval by the
governmental bodies having responsibilities within the area in which the Florissant
Valley Campus was located.
Dr. Cosand stated that .Mr. Kenneth Teasdalo, Counsel for the District; Vice
President Hobson; and President Cosand had met with the Moline Fire District Board/
its Fire Chief, and Counsel, concerning their proposed requirements with respect to the
type of construction proposed. The modificati ns presented by the President were the
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result of the discussions held by the District and the representatives for the Moline Fire
District. Mr. Wischmeyer estimated that the modifications req uested would increase
the estimated cost of the temporary facilities by some $40,000 to $50/000* The specific
modifications were as follows:
1.
The temporary buildings will not be used for classroom purposes for more than
five years.
2.
Access roads for fire fighting equipment will be constructed so that all
buildings will be located adjoining an access road.
3.
Twenty four hours custodial or watchman service will be provided.
4.
Monthly self-inspection reports will be submitted to the Moline Fire District,
5.
An approved automatic fire sprinkler system will be installed in all buildings.
6.
Fire alarm systems will be installed throughout the campus with adequate
manual trap stations.
7.
Each classroom or laboratory will have direct access to the outside by means of
a double hung window extending down to within approximately eight inches
from Hie floor.
8.
Standpipe and fire hose will be installed in each building - with each hose
lengi-h to approximate fifty feet In length. Sufficient installations will be made
to cover the length of the buildings.
9.
One fire wall will be installed in the attic of each building.
10.
Smoking will be prohibited In all classrooms and laboratories.
11.
Scuttle holes will be constructed in each unit.
12.
Codes governing school construction will prevail In all cases where a question
arises concerning exit lights, placement and types of extinguishers, etc.
A general discussion followed. Whereupon on motion by Mr. Geil, seconded by
Mrs. Bastion, and with the aye vote of all members of the Board who were present, it was
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RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees of the Junior College District of
St. Louis - St. Louis County, Missouri authorize Mr. Kenneth Wischmeyer
and Associates to proceed wfth the working drawings for the temporary buildings proposed for the Florissant Valley Community College campus - in
accordance with the original suggettfans submitted to the Board - as
amended by the requirement! of the Moline Fire Protection District.
4.2 City Campus - Edmonds Restaurant
The President of the College, Dr. Cosand, recommended that the District
rent space in the former Edmonds Restaurant, across from Roosevelt High School, for
the purpose of providing office space for the staff of the City Campus. Dr. Cosand
stated that the present facilities now being used at Roosevelt were completely inadequate
with respect to office space for teachers and administrators alike. Classroom facilities
were adequate, however, and would continue to be so until permanent facilities
were constructed. Dr. Cosand called upon Vice President Hobson, who reported on
the specific amount of space and cost.
A general discussion followed.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. McCalpin, seconded by Mrs. Bast Ian, and
with the aye vote of all members of the Board who were present, it was
RESOLVED, That the lease of Edmonds Restaurant be approved in
principle - said lease to be for a term of twenty-five months at an
annual rental of $7,000.00; the terms of said lease to be submitted
to the Board for its approval.
5.
BUSINESS AND FINANCE
5.1 Warrant-Check Register
The Treasurer of the College, Mr. Hobson, presented the Warrant-Check
Register for the month of March. The xp nditures for this p riod wer
Warrant-Check Reglst r attached as an addendum to these Minutes.
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listed in the
A general discussion followed.
Whereupon, on motion by Mrs. Bastion, seconded by Mr. Gel I, and passed with
the aye vote of all Board Members who were present, the Board ratified and approved
the payment of all expenditures made in accordance with the Warrant-Check Register,
for the month of March, 1964.
5.2
Acceptance and Approval of the Appropriation Budget for the 1964-1965
fiscal Year
The President of the College, Dr. Cosand, recommended the acceptance and
approval of the Appropriation Budget for the 1964-1965 fiscal year. A general discussion
followed.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. McCalpin, seconded by Mrs. Bastion, and with
the aye vote of all members of the Board who were present, it was
RESOLVE), That the acceptance of the Appropriation Budget for the 1964-1965
fiscal year be deferred until the next meeting of the Board.
5.3
Furnishings for Student Conference Center - Meramec Community College
The President of the College, Dr. Cosand, recommended the approval of
quotations for the purchase of furnishings for the Student Conference Center at Meramec
Community College. Dr. Cosand stated that those suppliers who bid for these furnishings
were Business Interiors, Lammert Furniture Company, and Berry Office Equipment
Company. Of the various furnishings required, each supplier bid different manufacturers
and on some items, no bid. A committee was organized to analyze the various makes and
styles. Based upon quality, decor, and price, it was found that the requirements f the
District could best be met by splitting the purchase among th thr e v ndors.
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Dr. Cosand therefore recommended that the District purchase the various
furnishings for the Student Conference Center from the following suppliers:
Lammert Furniture Company
Business Interiors, Inc.
Berry Office Equipment Company
Total Expenditure
$ 1,865.03
1,370.75
424.00
$ 'XtS9'.W~
A general discussion followed.
Whereupon on motion by Mr. G e i l , seconded by Mr. Glaser, and with the
aye vote of all members of the Board who were present, it was
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees accept the offers of the Lammert
Furniture Company - Business Interiors, Inc. - and Berry Office Equipment
Company for various furnishings for the Student Conference Center, at
a total cost of $3,659.78 - and that the Vice President of the Board
be authorized to award the orders in accordance with bid specifications.
5»4 Reflector Telescope
The President of the College, Dr. Cosand, recommended the acceptance
of the bid, and *he awarding of an order, to the Cave Optical Company for a teninch Cave-Astrola Cassegrainian reflector telescope. Dr. Cosand told the Board that
requests for quotations were sent to several suppliers as to possible sources
for a telescope that would be competitive in price and quality. The market was
limited and the search proved fruitless. He therefore recommended that the District
purchase the above mentioned telescope from the Cave Optical Company for a total
cost of $1,810.00. This would be used for Instructional equipment In physical
science courses at Florissant Valley Community College. This telescope was approved
under the NDEA Title 111 grant.
A g neral discussion foil wed.
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Whereupon on motion by Mr* Closer, seconded by Mr* Gel I , and with the
aye vote of all members of the Board who were present, It was
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees accept the offer of the Cave Optical
Company for a ten-Inch Cave-Astrola Cassegralnlen telescope, at a
total cost of $1,810.00, In accordance with the provisions of the NDEA
Title 111 grant - and that the Vice President of the Bocrd be authorized to
award this order in accordance with the bid specifications.
5.5 Election Certification
The President of the College, Dr. Cosand, presented the Abstract of Votes
cast in the General Election which had been held in St. Louis County on Tuesday,
April 7 , 1964, for the Office of Trustee of the Junior College District.
A general discussion followed;
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. McCalpin, seconded by Mr. Geil, and with
the aye vote of all members of the Board who were present, the following Resolution
was presented:
RESOLVED, That in accordance with Section 1.1.6 of the Policies and
Procedure Manual, that the tabulation of results of the balloting for
Trustee of this District from St. Louis County - as received under the
signature and Seal of the Board of Election Commissioners of St. Louis
County be received - and that this Board declare and certify that
Gerald V . Williamson has received the greatest number of votes.
RESOLVED FURTHER, That this certification be authorized by the
Board, signed by the Secretary, affixed with the official Seal of
the District, lodged in the official records of the District, and
filed in the Circuit Court of the County of St. Louis.
RESOLVED FURTHER, That the Secretary Issue a certification of
the results of the election, certifying that Gerald V . Williamson
is elected as Trustee of this District for a term of six years.
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5.6 Contract between the Junior College District and Continental Casualty
Company
The President of the College, Dr. Cosand, recommended the approval of the
contract between the Junior College District, and the Continental Casualty Company,
covering accidental death and dismemberment, and long term disability insuranc .
A general discussion followed.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr, Glas^r, seconded by Mrs. Bastian, and
with the aye vote of all members of the Board who were present, it was
RESOLVED, That the contract with the Continental Casualty Company
for furnishing the District insurance coverage for accidental death
and dismemberment, and long term disability insurance, be approved
in the form attached to these Minutes.
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Vice President of Ihe Board of Trustees
be and hereby is authorized and directed to execute said contract
on behalf of the District.
5.7 Donation from Cosmopolitan Club of St. Louis
The President of the College, Dr. Cosand, recommended the acceptance
of a $50.00 donation from the Cosmopolitan Club of St. Louis, which had been
given to Vice President Hobson for unrestricted use in the Scholarship Fund of the
District.
A general discussion followed.
Whereupon, on motion by Mrs. Bastian, seconded by Mr. McCalpin, and
with the aye vote of all members of the Board who were present, it was
RESOLVED, That the Junior College District accept the donation of
$50,00 from the Cosmppolltan Club of St. Louis, which sum had been
given for unrestricted use In the District's Scholarship Fund.
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the President of tho Board of Trustees extend
the Junior College District's appreciation to the Cosmopolitan Club for
this donation.
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6.1 Enrollment Figures
The President of the College, Dr. Cosand, stated that applications for
admission to the Junior College District-for the Fall session indicated that the Meramec
Community College would probably not be able to take care of all of the students who
might wish to enroll in the day program. The same might be true for the Florissant
Valley campus* He stated that the late afternoon and evening classes at the City
Campus, and at Meramec and Florissant Valley, should be able to take care of the
overflow from the day programs. Present estimates for the three campuses indicated that
Meramec might enroll 1750 - Florissant Valley 1750 - and the City Campus som 1600
students.
Dr. Cosand also called upon Dr. Libby, Campus Director of the Florissant
Valley Community College, who reported on the projected enrollment for the day
program at his campus.
A general discussion ensued.
7. COMMUNITY RELATIONS
No report
8. NEW BUSINESS
No report
9 . ADJOURNMENT
Board Vice President Ruffin asked if there were any further business to come
before the Board. There was not, and Mr. McCalpin made a motion that the meeting
be adfournad. Mr. Glaser seconded the motion, and it was unanimously approved
at 9i40 p.m.
Respectfully submitted
Dolores Tygord, Secr&tbry
Board of Trustees
The Junior C liege District of St. Louis - St. Louis County,Missouri
CERTIFICATION OF ELECTION
I, Dolores B. Tygard, the duly elected Secretary of the Junior College District
of St. Louis - St. Louis County, Missouri, in accordance with Section 1.1.6 of the
Policies and Procedure Manual of the Board of Trustees of said District, in
accordance with the law, and in accordance with the authorization by the
Board of Trustees duly passed at its regular meeting on Monday, April 13th,
1964 hereby certify as follows:
1. That an election was held to elect a County Trustee of the Junior College
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District of St. Louis - St. Louis County, Missouri on the 7th day of April, 1964,
said election having been held pursuant to law, and the Policies and Procedures
of the Board of Trustees, and In accordance with proper notice.
2 . The results of said election were certified to the Junior College District
of St. Louis - St, Louis County, Missouri by the Board of Election Commissioners
of St. Louis County, Missouri at its regular meeting on Monday, April 13, 1964.
Said results were as follows:
JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEE ELECTION - APRIL 7, 1964
ST. LOUIS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICTS
UNOFFICIAL TABULATION
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TOTAL NUMBER OF BALLOTS
WILLIAMSON
CHANCE
SCHOOL DISTRICTS
AFFTON
871
582
BAYLESS
622
560
BERKELEY
962
966
BRENTWOOD
1163
615
CLAYTON
1273
608
665
515
5565
3557
512
505
1629
1619
EUREKA
FERGUSON-FLORISSANT
HANCOCK
HAZELWOOD
JEFFERSON BARRACKS
4£
( N o R eport )
JENNINGS
(No
Report)
1392
1335
250
151
KIRKWOOD
4964
2457
LADUE
3024
1720
LINDBERGH
2452
1866
MAPLEWOOD-RICHMOND HGHTS
1444
659
396
294
NORMANDY
2821
2244
PARKWAY
1779
1282
PATTONVILLE
1061
878
RITENOUR
3493
2275
RIVERVIEW GARDENS
2733
2944
UNIVERSITY CITY
1203
2106
310
263
2986
1772
KINLOCH
MEHLVILLE
VALLEY PARK
WEBSTER GROVES
WELLSTON
(No Report)
UNOFFICIAL TOTAL 43,570
(No Report)
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3. That upon receipt of said certiffcxtlon from the Board of Election
Commissioners, and upon the authority of a Resolution duly passed by the Board
of Trustees of the Junior College District of St, Louis - St. Louis County,
Missouri at its regular meeting on Monday, April 13, 1964
I hereby declare and certify Gerald V , Williamson the duly elected Trustee of
the Junior College District from the County of St. Louis to serve for a term
of six years.
I N WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand as Secretary of the
Board of Trustees and affixed the Official Seal of the District on this
14th day of April, 1964.
Dolores B. Tygard
Secretary
Board of Trustees
The Junior College District of
St. Louis - St. Louis County,
My Commission Expires October l l , 1964
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