MINUTES O F THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE

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MINUTES O F THE REGULAR MEETING
OF THE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
THE J U N I O R COLLEGE DISTRICT OF
ST. LOUIS, ST. LOUIS C O U N T Y , MISSOURI
M O N D A Y , MARCH 2 7 , 1967 - 8:00 P. h'.
A regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of The Junior College District of St.
Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, was held on Monday, Marc? 27, 1967, at the
Central O f f i c e of the District, 7508 Forsyth Boulevard, St.
1.
LOL"5,
Missouri.
GENERAL FUNCTIONS
1.2
Roll Call
The President of the Board, M r . Joseph G . Ste./art, callec rhe meeting to order at
8:06 p . m .
The following members were present:
Mrs. Joseph C. Bastian
Messrs.
Guy S. Ruffin
Joseph G . Stewart
Gerald V . Williamson
Donald M . Witte
The President of the Board noted that M r . Lester C. G e i l ..as unable to be present
for this meeting.
Also present were Dr. Joseph P. Cosand, President of the District; M r . John C.
Robertson, V i c e President for Business; D i . G l y n n E. C l a r k , V";;e President-Campus
Director; Dr. Douglas F. U b b y , J r . , Vice President-Carnpus Director; Dr. R. William
Graham, V i c e President-Campus Director; M r . Lawrence F. O ' N e i l l , Coordinator of
Physical Facilities; Mrs, Mary Jane Calais, Associate C o o r d i r c o r , Business and Treasurer
of the Bourd of Trustees; M r . Paul H. Connole, Assistant To I k - resident and V t . n ' t m y
of the Board of Trustees; M r s . Dolores B. Tygard, Community Relations Assistant — all
of The Junior College District staff.
Also present was M r . Bruce E. Woodruff of the firm
of Armstrong, Teasdale, Kramer and Vaughan, counsel for the District.
1.3
Minutes
Board President Stewart asked for approval of the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of
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M a r c h 13, 1967.
Mrs. Bastian called the secretary's attention to a correction on Page 10.
Whereupon, on motion by M r s . Bastian, seconded by M r . W i t t e , and with the aye vote of
a l l members of the Board present, the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of March 13, 1967
were approved as corrected.
1.4
Welcome to Guests
M r . Stewart welcomed newspaper reporters, M r . Gus Lumpe of the St. Louis G l o b e Democrat and M r . Frank Leeming, Jr. of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. He also welcomed
M r . Paul Rusk of the District Instructional Resources Department.
Dr. Libby introduced
M r . Harley Behm, administrative intern w i t h the District, who is working on his doctoral
degree from the University of Missouri.
1.6
Communications
Mrs. Juanita Novak, recording secretory for the Board, read the following
correspondence:
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Letter from President Donald E. Puyear of Dabney S. Lancaster
Community C o l l e g e , complimenting Dr. G l y n n Clark on the interesting remarks made
in his presentation at the recent AAJC convention and odded furthei that this V i i g i n i a
community college was adapting some of the suggested procedures on staff recruitment
recommended in Dr. Clark's presentation.
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1.7
Treasurer's Report
The Board was requested to approve the Budget Expense and Budget Income Summary
Reports For the month of February, 1967.
Upon motion by M r . W i l l i a m s o n , seconded by M r . W i t t e , and w i t h the approval of
a l l members of the Board present, the Budget Expense and Budget Income Summary Reports
for the month of February, 1967 were approved as submitted.
1.8
Ratification of Investments
The Board was requested to r a t i f y investments mode by the Treasurer of the District,
for which bids had been received in accordance w i t h Board p o l i c y .
Whereupon, on motion by M r . W i l l i a m s o n , seconded by M r . W i t t e , and with the aye
vote of all members of the Board present, i t was
RESOLVED, That the following investments made on behalf of The Junior College
District by the Treasurer thereof, be and hereby are, r a t i f i e d , approved, and
adopted by the Board of Trustees:
General Fund
$150,000 Certificates of Deposit, purchased March 9 , 1967, from South
County Bank, on a 5 . 2 8 basis, to mature M a y 1 1 , 1967, for a total cost
of $ 1 5 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 .
$100,000 Certificates of Deposit, purchased M a r c h 16, 1967, from
State Bank of Wellston,on a 5.30 basis, to mature June 8, 1967, for a
total cost of $ 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 .
$100,000 Certificates of Deposit, purchased March 16, 1967, from
State Bank of Wellston, on a 5 . 3 0 basis, to mature July 13, 1967, foi
a total cost of $ 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 .
$100,000 Certificates of Deposit, purchased March 16, 1967, from
State Bank of Wellston, on a 5.30 basis, to mature August 3 1 , 1967,
f o r a total cost of $ 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 .
$100,000 Certificates of Deposit, purchased March 16, 1967, from
State Bank of Wellston, on a 5.30 basis, to mature September 29, 1967,
for a total cost o f $ 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 .
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Building Fund
$900,000 U. S. Treosury Bills, purchased M a r c h 9 , 1967, from First
N a t i o n a l Bank, on a 4 . 0 0 (+$3.00) basis, to mature March 2 3 , 1967,
for a total cost of $ 8 9 8 , 6 0 3 . 0 0 .
$200,000 Certificates of Deposit, purchased March 16, 1967, from
State Bank of W e l l s t o n , on a 5 . 3 0 basis, to mature November 9 , 1967,
for a total cost of $ 2 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 .
$500,000 Certificates of Deposit, purchased M a r c h 16, 1967, from
South County Bank, on a 5.35 basis, to mature December 2 1 , 1967,
for a total cost of $ 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 .
$300,000 Certificates of Deposit, purchased March 16, 1967, from
South County Bank, on a 5.35 basis, to mature January 1 1, 1968,
for a total cost of $ 3 0 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 .
Construction Fund
$600,000 U. S. Treasury Bills, purchased March 16, 1967, from
M e r r i l l Lynch, on a 3.85 (+$3.00) basis, to mature March 2 3 , 1967,
for a total cost of $ 5 9 9 , 5 5 3 . 8 3 .
$750,000 Certificates of Deposit, purchased March 16, 1967, from
State Bank of W e l l s t o n , on a 5 . 3 0 basis, to mature A p r i l 2 0 , 1967,
for a total cost of $ 7 5 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 .
Debt Service Fund
$30,000 Certificates of Deposit, purchased M a r c h 16, 1967, from
State Bank of W e l l s t o n , on a 5 . 0 0 basis, to mature January 3 0 , 1968,
for a total cost of $ 3 0 , 0 0 0 . 0 0 .
2.
PERSONNEL
2.1
C e r t i f i c a t e d Personnel - Full-Time Employment - Academic Year 1967-68
The Board was requested to approve employment of c e r t i f i c a t e d f u l l - t i m e personnel
for the academic year 1967-68.
Whereupon, on motion by M r . V / i t t e , seconded by M r .
W i l l i a m s o n , and with the aye vote of o i l members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the f o l l o w i n g certificated personnel be employed in the
capacity and at the salary classification hereinafter set out, said salary
classification having been previously approved by the Board:
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Sol Rabuska - English - Assistant Professor - FPCC - V - l - Eff. 9 / 5 / 6 7
A l a n Kraus - English - Assistant Professor - FPCC - V - l - Eff. 9 / 5 / 6 7
Thomas H. Wilson - Foreign Languoges - Associate Professor - FPCC V I - 1 - Eff. 9 / 5 / 6 7
John R. Dickerscn - History - Assistant Professor - FPCC - V - l - Eff. 9 / 5 / 6 7
Rosemary C. Thomas - Foreign Languoges - Instructor B - FPCC - I V - 4 - Eff.
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Timothy R. Udall - Modern Languages - Instructor B - M C C - I V - 1 - Eff. 9/5/'67
George Marchelos - History - Instructor B - M C C - I V - 3 - Eff. 9 / 5 / 6 7
Theodore Lampros - Mathematics - Instructor B - M C C - I V - 4 - Eff. 9 / 5 / 6 7
Bruce Petersen - Biology - Assistant Professor - M C C - V - 2 - Eff. 9 / 5 / 6 7
V i r g i n i a Weber - Business Education - Instructor B - M C C - I V - 2 - Eff. 9 / 5 / 6 7
Carl Bruns - Mathematics - Associate Professor - FVCC - V l - I - Eff. 9 / 5 / 6 7
Donald W . Heidt - Foreign Languages - Assistant Professor - FVCC - V - 2 Eff. 9 / 5 / 6 7
Ian Cruickshank - English - Assistant Professor - FVCC - V - 2 - Eff. 9 / 5
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Hilda R. Becker - Counseling - Instructor 5 - FPCC - I V - 4 - Eff. 9 / 5 / 6 7
G a r y A . Narum - Counseling - Instructor 3 - FPCC - I V - 2 - Eff. 9/5/6"*'
G l e n G . Dahlem - Counseling - Instructor 3 - FPCC - I V - 4 - Eff. 9 / 5 / 6 7
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the President of the Board be and hereby is, authorized
to execute the appropriate contract, previously adeemed bv the Board, w i t h the
above employees, which said contract is to be filed with the records of the District.
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2.2
C e r t i f i c a t e d Administration - Salary Adjustment
The Board was requested to approve a salary adjustment for M r . Raymond J . S t i t h ,
Dean of Instruction of the Florissant V o l l e y Campus from three-quarters salary to f u l l
salary based upon completion of his work at SIU in accordance w i t h a Ford grant,
previously approved by the Board.
Whereupon, on motion by M r . W i f t e , seconded by M r . W i l l i a m s o n , and w i t h the
aye vote of all members of the Board present, i t was
RESOLVED, That the Board does hereby approve salary adjustment for c e r t i f i c a t e d
administrative personnel as follows:
M r . Raymond J . Stith - Dean of Instruction - FVCC - From 3 / 4 salary to f u l l
salary out of District funds, and from l / 4 salary to no remuneration out of Ford
Foundation grant funds - Effective 4 / 1 / 6 7
FURTHER RESOLVED, That modification be mode to the existing employment
contract w i t h the above c e r t i f i c a t e d employee, which said contract is to be
f i l e d w i t h the records of the District.
2.3
Employment Correction
The Board was requested to approve correction to the employment contract for
Stephen K i n s e l l a .
Whereupon, on motion by M r . W i t t e , seconded by M r . W i l l i a m s o n , and with the
unanimous approval of a l l members of the Board present, i t was
RESOLVED, That the Board does hereby approve employment correction for
c e r t i f i c a t e d personnel as follows:
M r . Stephen Kinsella - M C C - From: 10 contact hrs. ^ $125
To:
12 contact hrs. '«- $125 - Eff. 2 / 6 / 6 7
FURTHER RESOLVED, That correction be made to the existing employment
contract w i t h the above c e r t i f i c a t e d employee, which said confine t i-> to
be f i l e d w i t h the records of the D i s t r i c t .
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2.4
Classified Personnel - Full-Time Employment
The Board was requested to approve employment of classified personnel.
Whereupon,
on motion by M r . W i t t e , seconded by M r . W i l l i a m s o n , and w i t h the aye vote of a l l
members of the Board present, i t was
RESOLVED, That the following classified personnel be employed by The Junior
College District in the classification and at the salary classification having
been previously approved by the Board:
John H. E l l i f f - Analyst Programmer - C O . - 24A - Eff. 4 / 1 5 / 6 7
Judy A . Nichols - Stenographer - C. O . - 9A - Eff. 3 / 2 8 / 6 7
2.5
Classified Personnel - Correction O f Board Approval
In accordance w i t h Dr. Cosand's recommendation, the Board was requested to
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correct previous action taken by the Board at its October 10, 1966 meeting concerning
the e f f e c t i v e employment dates of Carol (Stieghorst) Bird and Lois Bouas.
Whereupon, on motion by M r . W i t t e , seconded by M r . Williamson, and with the
aye vote of all members of the Board present, it-was
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees does hereby approve correction
of the effective employment dates of the following classified personnel:
Carol (Stieghorst) Bird - Library Assistant - FVCC - 10A - From: Eff. Date 10/11/66
To:
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Eff. Date
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Classified Personnel - S i x - M o n t h Increments
Dr. Cosand requested the Board to approve salary increases for c l a i s i f i e d personnel
completing their six-month probationary period w i t h the District.
Whereupon, on motion by M r . W i t t e , seconded by M r , Williamson, and with the
aye vote of a l l members of the Board present, it was
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RESOLVED, That the foil owing classified personnel, having completed their
first six-month probationary employment period w i t h the District, be granted
a salary increase as f o l l o w s :
James Ferrara - Maintenance M a n - M C C - From: 13A
To:
Judith A . Mounts - Clerk-Typist - C O . -
13B - Eff. 4 / 1 / 6 7
From: 8A
To:
Dennis O'Connor - A . V . Technician - C O . -
8B - Eff. 4 / 1 / 6 7
From:
13A
To:
13B - Eff. 4 / 1 / 6 7
Kathleen K e l l y - Stenogiapher - FVCC - From: 9A
To:
9B - Eff. 4 / 1 / 6 7
Ann Glass - Stenographer - FPCC - From: 9A
To:
Tom G . Rankin - Personnel Asst. - C O . -
9B - Eff. 4 / 1 / 6 7
From: I6C
To:
16D - Eff. 4 / 1 / 6 7
Carol Bird - Library Assistant - FVCC - From: I0A
To:
I0B - Eff. 4 / 1 / 6 7
Lois Bouas - Stenographer - FVCC - From: 9A
To:
9B - Eff. 4 / 1 / 6 7
Theodora Chorn - Administrative Secretary - FVCC - From: 13B
To:
3.
13C - Eff. 4 / 1 / 6 7
CURRICULUM A N D INSTRUCTION
3.1
Approval O f A l l i e d Health Services Curricula
Upon approval of the A l l i e d Health Services Advisory Committee
and recommendation
of the District staff, the Board was requested to approve A l l i e d Health Services curricula
to broaden the technical offerings in the overall health field and to help alleviate giowing
shortages w i t h i n the medical profession.
Whereupon, on motion by M r . W i t t e , seconded by Mrs. Bastion, and with the
unanimous approval of a l l members of the 3oaid present, the following A l l i e d Health
Services Curricula were approved by the Board:
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Associate Degree Curriculum in C L I N I C A L LABORATORY T E C H N O L O G Y
Associate Degree Curriculum in FOOD SERVICE SUPERVISION
Two Semester, Certificate Curriculum in MEDICAL OFFICE ASSISTANT
Associate Degree Curriculum in RADIOLOGIC T E C H N O L O G Y
3.2
A p r i l 10th Board Meeting To Be Held A t FVCC
Dr. Cosand requested permission from the Board to hold the meeting of the Board
scheduled for A p r i l 10, 1967 at the Florissant Valley Campus, and the May 8, 1967 meeting
at the Merarnec Campus in order that the District staff may demonstrate some of the data
processing developments now being studied w i t h i n the District.
Whereupon, on motion by Mrs. Bastion, seconded by M r . Ruffin, and with the aye
vote of all members of the Board present, permission was granted to hold the April 10th
and May 8th Board Meetings at the Florissant Valley and Merarnec Campuses.
3.3
Law Enforcement Advisory Committee Appointment
Dr.Cosand requested Board approval of Colonel Edmund I. Hockaday, Superintendent
of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, as an additional member of The Junior College
District Law Enforcement Advisory Committee for the academic year 1966-67.
Whereupon, on motion by M r . Ruffin, seconded by M r . Williamson, and with the
unanimous approval of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees does hereby appoint Colonel Edmund I. Hockaday
to serve as a member of the existing District Law Enforcement Advisory Co'nmittee foi
the academic year 1966-67, said appointment to terminate August 3 1 , 1967.
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4.
PHYSICAL FACILITIES
4.1
Construction Progress Report
M r . Lorry O ' N e i l l , Coordinator of Physical Facilities, reported on the construction
progress at each of the three campuses, as follows:
Florissant V a l l e y Campus:
Site work has resumed and paving and grading on the site should begin this week.
Meramec Campus:
Site work is being completed this week and seeding and sodding should be done next
week.
Forest Park Campus:
Laboratory equipment is now being installed. Landscapping tests at the Forest Park
Campus indicate that the soil is such iHat underground pipes w i l l have to be installed under
the trees for drainage.
4.2
Occupancy is s t i l l scheduled for June 1 , 1967.
Furniture Status Report
M r . Robertson, Vice President for Business, reported that rebidding of the carpeting
requirements for the three campuses has caused a delay in getting the carpeting installed
at the respective campuses.
M r . Robertson said M r . Damron, M r . Larson, and M r .
O ' N e i l l — a l l of the District staff, have been working very hard on the furniture
acquisitions for each of the campuses.
5.
BUSINESS A N D FINANCE
5. 1
Approval O f Contract With American Beauty Rides
The Board was requested to approve u conliact between The Junioi College Di'.tiict
and American Beauty Rides providing lot a carnival or the Meramec
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through May 14, 1967.
Whereupon, on motion by Mrs. Bastion, seconded by M r . W i t t e , and with the aye
vote of a l l members of the Board present, i t was
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees enter into a contract with American
Beauty Rides providing for a carnival at the Meramec Community College
M a y 12, 1967 through M a y 14, 1967.
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the President of the Board be and hereby is authoiized
to execute said agreement on behalf of the District, in the form attached as on
addendum to these Minutes.
5.2
Amendment To Sick Leave And Vacation Policies
The Board was requested to approve amendment to the existing Board Policies and
Administration Organization Manual providing twelve sick leave days per yeai for a l l
District employees, and twelve days vacation lecve per year for classified District
employees, to become effective July 1, 1967; said policy changes being lodged with
the Board at its meeting on March 13, 1967.
Whereupon, on motion by M r . Williamson, seconded by M r . W i t t e , and with the
aye vote of all members of the Board present, i t was
RESOLVED, That amendment be made to the existing Board Policies and
Administration Organization Manual under Sections 4 . 2 5 . 1, 5 . 6 . 1, and
5 . 6 . 3 , providing twelve sick days leave days per year for all District
employees, and twelve days vacation leave per year for classified District
employees, in the form attached as an addendum to these Minutes.
5.3
Resolution Approving Loan Agreement For rlorissant Valley Campus
The Board was requested to adopt
a resolution approving a loan agreement with
the U. S. O f f i c e of Education for a loan in the amount S3, 186,000.00, said loan
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designated as Project ^ 5 - 1 7 6 1 .
Whereupon,
M c Williamson moved the following resolution be adopted by tr,e Board:
WHEREAS, there has been filed w i t h the U . S. Commissioner of Education by The
Junior College District of St. Louts, St. Louis C o u n t y , Missouri, (hereinafter c a l l e d the
" A p p l i c a n t " ) an application for a loan under t i t l e III of the Higher Education Facilities A c t
of 1963 to assist in the construction o f :
Six academic buildings consisting of a l i b r a r y , physical e d u c a t i o n ,
lecture h a l l , communications, humanities, and science buildings w i t h
required support and maintenance f a c i l i t i e s for the Florissant V a l l e y
Community College
and the U . S. Commissioner of Education has tentatively offered to make the requested loan
and has transmitted for consideration a proposed Loan Agreement, dated as of March 1 , 1967;
and
WHEREAS, the proposed Loan Agreement has been duly examined and considered in
accordance with a l l applicable rules of procedure and legal requirements, and made a part
of the records of the Board of Trustees (hereinafter c a l l e d the "Board") of the A p p l i c a n t ; and
WHEREAS, it is deemed advisable and in the interests of the A p p l i c a n t that the proposed
Loan Agreement be accepted and its execution authorized;
N O W , THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Board of the A p p l i c a n t that the propos d Loan
Agreement be and the same hereby is accepted without reservation or q u a l i f i c a t i o n .
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT Joseph G . Stewart, President of the Board of the
Applicant be and he is hereby authorized to execute the Loan Agreement, on behalf of the
A p p l i c a n t , and Paul H . Connole, the Secretary of the Board o f the Applicant be and he is
authorized to attest the execution of the Loan Agreement and the proper officials of the
Applicant are hereby authorized to take such further action as is necessary to provide for the
construction of the Project, and to consummate the l o a n .
The motion was secondea by M r . W i t t e , and unanimously opprovea ;:•,• all members
or the Board present.
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5.4
Resolution Approving Loan Agreement For Merornec Campus
The Board was then requested to adopt . a resolution approving a loan agreement with
the U. S. O f f i c e of EduccHon for a loan i n
as Project
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the amount of $ 3 , 5 6 8 , 0 0 0 , said loan designated
5-!760.
Whereupon, M r . Williamson moved the following resoltion be adopted by the Board:
WHEREAS, there has been f i l e d w i t h the U . S . Commissioner of Education by The
Junior College District of St. Louis, St. Louis C o u n t y , M i s s o u r i , (hereinafter called the
" A p p l i c a n t " ) an application for a loan under t i t l e III of the Higher Education Facilities A c t
of 1963 to assist in the construction o f :
Seven academic buildings consisting of a l i b r a r y , physical e d u c a t i o n ,
two science, humanities, and two communication buildings w i t h required
support and maintenance f a c i l i t i e s for the Meramec Community College
and the U . S . Commissioner of Education has tentatively offered to make the requested loan
and has transmitted for consideration a proposed Loan Agreement, dated as of March 1 , 1967;
and
WHEREAS, the proposed Loan Agreement has been duly examined and considered in
accordance w i t h a l l applicable rules of procedure and legal requirements, and made a part
of the records of the Board of Trustees (hereinafter c a l l e d the "Board") of the A p p l i c a n t ; and
WHEREAS, it is deemed advisable and in the interests of the A p p l i c a n t that the proposed
Loan Agreement be accepted and its execution authorized;
N O W , THEREFORE, be i t resolved by the Board of the A p p l i c a n t that the proposed Loan
Agreement be and the same hereby is accepted without reservation or q u a l i f i c a t i o n .
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT Joseph G . Stewart, President of the Board of the
A p p l i c a n t be and he is hereby authorized to execute the Loan Agreement, on behalf of the
A p p l i c a n t , and Paul H . Connole, the Secretary, of the Board of the A p p l i c a n t be and he is
authorized to attest the execution of the Loan Agreement and the proper officials of the
A p p l i c a n t are hereby authorized to take such further action as is necessary to provide for the
construction of the Project, and to consummate the l o a n .
The motion was seconded by <V.r. W i t t e , and unanimouslv approved by all Tiembcs
of the Boa.-d present.
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5.5
Proposed Budget 1967-68 Fiscol Year
THe proposed budget for the 1967-68 fiscal year was not presented to the Board
at this rneeting.
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Fred W . Stockham Post N o . 245 - Americor
Legion Loan Fund
Tr«= Board was requested to accept a donation in the amount of S300.00 to be used
for shcrf-term emergency loans from the Fred W. Stockham Post N o . 245 of the American
Legion.
Vi'nereupon, on motion by M r . W i l l i a m s o n , seconded by Mrs. Bastion, and w i t h the
aye vcre of a l l members of the Board present, it was
FESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees does hereby accept the donation in the
c - o u n t of $300.00 from the Fred W . Stockham Post N o . 245 of the American
Legion to be used for short-term emergency loans, i n accordance w i t h said
restrictions of this scholarship.
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Secretary of the Board be and hereby is requested
to extend appreciation on behalf of the Board of Trustees to the Fred »V. Stockham
?cst N o . 245 of the American Legion for the establishment of this emergency loan
fjnd.
5.7
Approval of Reitz and Jens - Meramec Campus
in accordance with Dr. Cosand's recommendation, the Board was requested to
approve employment of Reitz and Jens, consulting engineers, for inspection of the
drilled piers, verifying suitable material at the base of the piers and inspection of
materials for b a c k f i l l i n g of u t i l i t y tranches with regard to the construction of the Gymnasium
at the Meramec Campus, for an amount not to exceed $ 1 , 2 0 0 . 0 0 .
Whereupon, on motion by M r . Williamson, seconded by M r . W i t t e , and w i t h the
aye vote of a l l members of the Board present, it was
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Dr. Graham
anticipated the Fall enrollment would be 3200-340U students.
Dr. Libby reported that the Florissant V a l l e y Campus has actually received 1,222
applications for the Fall semester, and a total of 75,000 student credit hours is anticipated
for the Fall semester.
3100-3400 students is the projected Fall enrollment at the Florissant
V a l l e y Campus.
7.
C O M M U N I T Y RELATIONS
7. 1
M r s . Tygard, Community Relations Assistant for the District, presented moving
pictures illustrating the various educational programs offered by the District.
This film
was produced for use by the "Today" Show.
9.
ADJOURNMENT
M r . Stewart asked if there were any further business to come before the Board.
There
being no further business to be discussed, upon motion by Mrs. Bastian, seconded by M r .
Williamson, and w i t h the aye vote of a l l members of the Board present, the meeting was
adjourned at 9:59 p . m .
Respectfully submitted,
Paul H. Connole
Secretary, Board of Trustees
The Junior College District
St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri
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Dr. Glynn E. Clark, Vice President
Meramec Community College
St. Louis Junior College District
St. Louis, Missouri
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Dear Dr. Clark:
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I was extremely interested in your remarks in the Staff Development Session
at the recent A.A.J.C. Annual Convention. Since imitation i s a most sincere
form of flattery I hope to flatter you considerably by adapting many of the
points you suggested in our staff-recruitment procedures at t h i s , one of
Virginia's new community colleges.
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Since I grew up and attended both elementary and high school in Washington,
Missouri, which i s not far from your area, I am very interested and gratified
in the start that Missouri has made toward providing the opportunities for
community college education. I would appreciate a copy of your catalog and
any other material that you have available concerning your program and the
development of community colleges in the s t a t e .
With best personal regards,
Sincerely,
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Donald E. P u y e y
President
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SOX 530 CLIFTON FORGE, VIRGINIA 24422, T E L E P H O N E 862-4246
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4.24
Temporary Absence
A l l absences of members of the reaching staff or other employees shall
be reported to the Campus Director. A l l absences of members of the
teaching staff extending over more than three college days at any
one time shall be reported to the President. A l l absences extending
over more than three weeks at any one time must be reported to the
Board of Trustees for a p p r o v a l . In each instance the absence shall
be reported in advance i f possible, but in case of emergencies or
illness the report shall be made as soon as p r a c t i c a b l e .
4.24. 1
Resignations
Resignations of faculty members from contracts signed for the next
college year w i l l be accepted only upon a statement from the V i c e
President and Campus Director, to the President, that a q u a l i f i e d
replacement is available - except i n those circumstances where
personnel or family problems make such a resignation a necessity.
4.25
10%
Sick Leave For Members O f The Faculty
4.25. 1
Whenever any f u l l - t i m e member of the faculty is compelled to be
absent from duty due to his own illness or injury or the illness or
injury of a member of his immediate f a m i l y , he shall be allowed
f u l l compensation for a maximum of twelve (12) work days for a
school year of service, the unused portion to be accumulated to a
maximum of one hundred (100) days.
Sick leave for health reasons attributable to a pre-existing condition
w i l l not be allowed for a period of ninety (90) days following the
first actual starting date of employment.
N o payment w i l l be made for unused time accrued.
4.25.2
A f u l l - t i m e member of the teaching staff shall be e n t i t l e d to three days
leave of absence without loss of salary for the death of any member of
his immediate f a m i l y . A d d i t i o n a l bereavement leave for, not to exc ed
three days, shall be deducted from the employee's accumulative sick
leave account.
Members of the immediate family are defined as: M o t h e r , father, foster
parents, husband, w i f e , son, daughter, brother or sister, or any relative
l i v i n g in the immediate household.
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5.4.2
Suspension
The President' may, for disciplinary purposes, suspend w i t h or without pay,
ony employee for such length of time as he considers appropriate. The
employee shall be furnished a copy of a w r i t t e n statement s p e c i f i c a l l y
setting forth reasons for such suspension.
5.4.3
Layoff
A Classified employee may be laid off when i t becomes necessary by
reason of shortoge of work or funds; the e l i m i n a t i o n of the p o s i t i o n , or
other material change in the duties or o r g a n i z a t i o n . A l a i d - o f f Classified
employee w i l i receive first consideration for vacant positions for w h i c h
he is q u a l i f i e d .
5.4.4
Resignation
To resign in good standing, an employee must give at least fourteen (14)
calendar days 1 prior notice unless, because of extenuating circumstances
the District agrees to permit a shorter period of n o t i c e .
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Right of Appeal
5.5. 1
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5.6
Any Classified employee, after the probationary p e r i o d , aggrieved by
any decision or action of the President of The Junior College D i s t r i c t ,
or of the highest o f f i c e r , employee or group of employees of the District
q u a l i f i e d under administrative rules and regulations to pass upon the
c o m p l a i n t , shall have the right to p e t i t i o n the Board of Trustees i n
writing to review the action taken in such case. The Board of Trustees
may consider the matter upon such p e t i t i o n or may refer the matter to
a committee of the Board and in reviewing such action or decision the
Board may a f f i r m , reverse or modify the decision or action of the
administrative o f f i c e r , employee or body and may make such orders
in connection therewith as may be appropriate under rhe circumstances.
Vacations, Holidays, Sick Leave, And Other Staff Benefits
5.6. 1
Each year during the first ten (10) years of employment, vacation time
is awarded at the rate of one day's vacation for each month of service
during the year.
For ten (10) to t w e n t y - f i v e (25) years of service, employees w i l l receive
15 days v a c a t i o n .
Over 25 years, employees w i l l receive one (1) month v a c a t i o n .
V a c a t i o n time w i l l begin accrual from the first day of employment by
the D i s t r i c t , however, this vacation time cannot be taken by the employee
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business. These holidays would b e : The Friday f o l l o w i n g Thanksgiving,
December 24th, and December 31st.
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Whenever any of these holidays f a l l on a Sunday and State authorities
transfer its observance to the f o l l o w i n g Monday, then Monday w i l l be
considered a day off. Whenever a holiday falls on a Saturday, the
employee w i l l be granted a compensatory holiday, the time of which
w i l l be at the discretion of the immediate supervisor. This w i l l assure
each member of the classified staff ten (10) holidays a year.
5.6.3
Sick Leave
Sick leave shall accrue at the rate of one day for each month of service,
however sick leave cannot be taken by an employee u n t i l after satisfactory
completion of the probationary p e r i o d .
An accumulation of 100 days sick leave may be made.
unused time accrued w i l l be mode.
N o payment for
Temporary-part-time employees are not e n t i t l e d to sick leave w i t h p a y .
Sick leave may be taken by any f u l l - t i m e employee due to his own
illness or injury or due to the illness or injury to a member of his
immediate f a m i l y . Members of the immediate family are defined in
4 . 4 2 of this M a n u a l .
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Workman's Compensation
A permanent employee who is e n t i t l e d to compensation insurance benefits
due to accident or injury sustained in the performance of his assignment,
may receive his regular salary less the amount of compensation insurance
benefits for the period of his accumulated sick leave. For the period of
absence in excess of the amount of his accumulated sick leave, he shall
receive the compensation benefits o n l y .
5.6.5
Group Insurance Program
Permanent employees shall be e n t i t l e d to become members of The Junior
College District Group Insurance Program from the first day of employment
by the Board of Trustees. Membership in the Group Insurance Plan shall
terminate on the date of termination of employment.
The insurance contract s h a l l , at a l l times, be the governing factor on any
question concerning benefits and regulations of the insurance program.
5.6.6
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Maintenance Fee Waiver
Permanent employees may attend courses at The Junior College District
which are offered at hours outside their normal working hours without
the payment of tuition or maintenance f e e , since in-service training is
of benefit to The Junior College District.
MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT
This Agreement, is hereby entered into this
day of
, 1967, by and between The Junior College District
of 5.. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, hereinafter referred
to zs
JCi>, and the Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois
University, a body politic and corporate of the State of Illinois,
r.«?r-::ii'.rij:ccr referred ;o as the University,
WITNESSETH:
WHEREAS,
JCD is organized to provide junior college educa-
tion including technical ana other occupational programs, and
an opportunity for developing instructors of such programs, and,
'•••'HEREAS, the University has facilities and personnel to
provide the formal educational experiences which are suitable
for preparing junior college teachers,
NOW THEREFORE, the Parties agree as follows:
i.
It is mutually agreed that:
(a)
The graduate programs provided for in the project
entitled:
"THE DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHERS OF
TECHNICAL EDUCATION," and partially funded by the
FORD FOUNDATION is of educational value commensurate with the expense thereof to each party.
(L)
The saxc. project will be jointly sponsored as
indicated on the oudyet attached hereto
designated Exhibit "A" for the period July 1.
1966 to July 1. 1970.
(c)
Participation by the Universicy is subject
to the availability of funds beyond June 30,
1967 v.-hich must be appropriated each legislative Biennium with the Biennium commencing
July 1, 1967.
(d)
Participation by JCD is subject to the
availability of funds beyond June 30, 1967,
as determined by the Board of Trustees of
JCD.
2.
JCD agrees:
(n)
To assume primary responsibility for compliance with the terms of the Ford Foundation
Grant.
(b)
Out of Ford Foundation Funds, JCD will forward to the Universii_y quarterly installments
in uhr amounts indicated on the budget promptly
after JCD receives its quarterly installments
from the Ford Foundation.
(c)
To provide a one-semester internship program
supervised by a team of regular JCD faculty
members.
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i'y .issurr.p i :,e primary responsibility for providing
the educational experiences e.g. courses, seminars,
and practice teaching.
(b)
To keep all money forwarded by JCD for this project
in a special restricted fund, and to carry it on
the books of the University.
All disbursements
from this rur.d shall be made in accordance with
the attached budget designated Exhibit "A" and in
accordance with the applicable portions of the
accepted terms of the Foundation grant application, a copy of which is attached, and designated
Exhibit "E".
(c)
To make an annual report to JCD of its educational
anci fiscal activities related to the funds received
from the Ford Foundation through the JCD, within
60 days after the end of the fiscal year ending
June 30.
(d)
Except for any sums paid by JCD while engaged in
the one semester intern program, graduate fellows
will bo supported in accordance with the established
rate anc: otner University policies governing the
support of University fellows and only while they
are enrolled at the University.
('-•)
Un i'-'t^raauate students who are enrolled in the
program shall receive no stipend except that
<i!J applicable tuition and toes nhall be paid
from grant funds or waived by the University.
APPROVED:
THE JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT OF
ST. LOUIS, ST. LOUIS COUNTY,
MISSOURI
By
President, Board of Trustees
APPROVED:
BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
BY
President
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BUDGET
OF TEACHES FQ:: VCCMW'L-TCC;. ,ICM
66-67
67-G8
fB-C9
18,000
19,000
20,200
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( 7-£3
6G-G9
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22,500
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14,000
j 79,700
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20,000 I 70,LOO
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17,£00
19,000
4,000
4,200
4,400
31, GOO
Secretary
4,500
4.700
4,900
5,100
Travel
2,500
3,000
3,500
3,500
2,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
20,500
Office Equipment & Supplies
2,500
2,500
2,500
2,500
1,000
2,500
2.500
2,500
18,500
Procction
3,500
4,000
3,000
3,000
500
1,000'
1,000
1,000
17,000
3,000
3,500
3,500
3,000
3,000
3,000
19,000
18,000
18,800
19,600
7,500
14,600
14,800
15,200
40,000
40,000
Instructional Supplies
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1,600
2,400
2,600
2,700
61,400
Internship
Pre-Service
Degree
Graduate Fellowships
.Out of State
Tuition Adjustment
-Evaluation
Tfctals
40,000
80,000
80,000
80,000
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200,000
27,000
54,000
54,000
54,000
189,000
1
2,400
4,500
$48,500
I$91,200
2,000
|! $78,500 l$148,800 |$151,200 l$156,900
4,500
4,500
15,900
2,000
1*92,800 \ $94,100 .|I$CG2,000
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FUNDS |j FUNDS
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4,800
J4,2C0
!0,!00
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S6,*00
5,600 j 3 1 , 800
47,900
4,500
1,200
3,500
'2,450
2,500
3,50
1,300
7,400
11,800
2,500
800
2,200
1,800
1,750
2,400
.900
5,200
7,330
2,509*
600
!,$00
1,200
1,300
1,900
600
I 3,700
6,3C0
3,500
1,000-
3,CQ0
l,5C0
1,500
2,203
800
4,700
8,800
800
2,200
1,700
1,8©)
2,600
900
5,100
4,900
4,5C0
13,500
9,400
9,430
14,700
4,900 '23,600
27,800
3
40,000 {10,029
30,000
1
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10,000
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7,500
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40,000
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7,400
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40,000
60,C€0
7,400
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70,000.
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Trie DEVELOPMENT GF TEACHERS FOR
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SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY - BUDGET
1st Yeor
2nd Year
LOCAL OTHER LOCAL
FUNDS FUNDS FUNDS
g g n ITn'M • « • — • » W <M«T»' m m
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4,500
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2.100* 2,100
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3,300
1,100
6,400
6,200
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2,000
500
1,500
1,000 j
1,000
1,500
£00.
3,000
5,COO
1,000
6C0
1,900
1,200
1,300
1,900
600
3,700
4,800
500
300
700
500
500
700
300
1,500
2,000
600
2,200
1,500 ? 1,500
2,200
200
4,500
.4,500
13,500
40,500
27,000 j 27,000
40,500 13,500
4,500
j 4,500
4,500
3
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Out of State Tuition Adjustment
Fringe
2,400
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1 -J ;
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148,500
600
1,300
L-
1-,3CG I 1,300 j 2,0C0
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21,£<00 6V,£0Q 44,100 43,700 |J67,1C0 27,000
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81,000 105,000
15,950 n f ]
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4,500
13,300
1,000
3,000
9,500 J 9,500
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3,300 1,100
6,400
6,200
2,000
500
1,500
1,000
1,000
1,500
500,
3,000
5,000
OfTte ^vipR»n» and Supplfoa
1,000
600
1,900
1,200
1,300
1,900
600
3,700
4,800
500
300
700
500
500
700
300
1,500
2,0C0
600
2,200
1,500
1,500
2,200
200
4,500
,4,500
13,500
40,500
b.000
27,000
40,500 13,500
4,500
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2,400
4,500
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600
1,800
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1,500
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AGREEMENT
This is an AGREEAAENT made this
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, 1967, by
and between the A M E R I C A N BEAUTY RIDES, Box 2 9 , P e r r y v i l l e , Missouri, hereinafter
referred to as the OPERATOR, and The Junior College District of St. Louis, St. Louis
C o u n t y , M i s s o u r i , a body corporate and subdivision of the State of Missouri, hereinafter
referred to as The J C D .
WHEREAS, the Meramec Community College Carnival Association desires to conduct
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a spring carnival in order to raise scholarship funds for The J C D a n d to benefit the student
a c t i v i t i e s program on the Meramec Community College Campus of The J C D ; and
WHEREAS, said spring carnival w i l l not interfere w i t h the educational purposes to
which its Meramec Community College property is d e v o t e d ;
WHEREAS, no general funds of The JCD w i l l be used to conduct said spring c a r n i v a l ;
N O W , THEREFORE, in order to f a c i l i t a t e the conduct of said spring c a r n i v a l ,
the parties h e r e t o , hereby agree as f o l l o w s :
1.
OPERATOR agrees to provide a l l materials and services necessary for
the operation of an amusement-type c a r n i v a l from May 12, 1967 through
and i n c l u d i n g . May 1 4 , 1967, and consisting of the following rides:
1-Ferris Wheel Ride
1 - T i l t - A - W h i r l Ride
1-Octopus Ride
1-Rock-O-Plane Ride
1-Scrambler Ride
1-Round-up Ride
1-Aero-Space Round
1-Merry-Go-Round
1-Boat Ride
1-Honda Ride
\0 Total Rides Contracted For
2.
$.25
. 3 0 (Unless otherwise amended.)
.25 (Prices indicated are approved)
.30 (for each r i d e .
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.30
.30
.25
.25
.25
.25
OPERATOR agrees to provide the necessary t i c k e t booths for each of the
aforementioned rides and further agrees to provide The JCD with a l l serially
numbered tickets for advanced t i c k e t sales and for sale from the t i c k e t booths
during the actual operation of the c a r n i v a l .
-23.
OPERATOR agrees to secure any necessary building or operating permits
as required by the City of K i r k w o o d , Missouri, and to furnish THE JCD
w i t h copies of a l l said permits, which shall be granted in the name of the
OPERATOR. The JCD agrees to pay for the i n s t a l l a t i o n , separate metering
and use of electric power for a l l amusement rides and other concessions
under its direct c o n t r o l .
4.
OPERATOR w i l l provide The J C D , at OPERATOR'S cost, within fifteen (15)
days after the signing of this agreement, a c e r t i f i c a t e of insurance a u t h e n t i cating a prepaid policy for the following minimum requirements: Public
l i a b i l i t y insurance of $100,000 for any one a c c i d e n t : $300,000 t o t a l . The
JCD and its Board of Trustees w i l l be named insured on said p o l i c y , or
said policy shall otherwise provide complete coverage to The JCD and its
Board of Trustees on arising out o f , or account of said carnival operation.
5.
OPERATOR agrees to provide a l l necessary transportation, hauling and l i f t i n g
of equipment required for the set-up and removal of his carnival apparatus
from The JCD property and further agrees that final removal of said equipment,
clean up and restoration of site to its original condition shall be no later
than forty-eight (48) hours from the final hour of authorized operation. The
JCD is authorized to deduct from OPERATOR'S commission, any cost incurred
by it on account of OPERATOR'S failure to comply with this provision.
6.
The JCD hereby gives its permission for OPERATOR to enter onto property
located on the campus of Meramec Community College, 959 South Geyer Road,
K i r k w o o d , Missouri, and conduct such carnival operations as ure outlined
solely, however, in accordance with this agreement.
7.
The JCD w i l l permit the OPERATOR to bring onto the site a confection
trailer from which the OPERATOR may s e l l , for his exclusive benefit and
p r o f i t , cotton c a n d y , popcorn and snowcones. A l l other refreshments
sold during the carnival operation w i l l be operated b y , and for rhe sole benefit
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The JCD agrees to accept from the OPERATOR pre-numbered tickets for use
on a l l amusement rides. The JCD w i l l be held accountable for a l l such
pre-numbered t i c k e t s . Monetary consideration w i l l be paid by The JCD to
OPERATOR based on number of ride tickets actually s o l d . A l l unused ride
tickets w i l l be returned by The JCD to OPERATOR. An a c c o u n t i n g , c o n sisting of properly documented receipts w i l l be rendered for a l l serially
numbered tickets delivery by OPERATOR to The JCD for resale.
The amount payable by The JCD to OPERATOR w i l l be based on
the following scale:
GROSS SALES
PERCENTAGE OF C O M M I S S I O N
TOTAL GROSS SALES
9.
75%
The JCD w i l l supervise the sale sf a l l t i c k e t s , the collection of a l l monies
relating to amusement rides, refreshments, and amusement booths other than
those concessions granted to OPERATOR, An auditing w i l l be rendered by
OPERATOR of the daily receipts for each individual ride to The J C D . An
auditing w i l l be rendered to OPERATOR by The JCD within f o r t y - e i g h t (48)
hours of the closing date of the c a r n i v a l . This auditing w i l l set forth the
number of tickets received from OPERATOR, the number sold and the number
returned to OPERATOR. The tcral amount due to OPERATOR w i l l be c a l c u l a t e d .
Final payment w i l l be made not later than two (2) days from date of closing
of the c a r n i v a l . Final payment w i l l be contingent upon OPERATOR having
complied with a l l conditions of mis agreement to the satisfaction of The J C D .
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10.
OPERATOR agrees to maintain o i l equipment in good c o n d i t i o n .
11.
OPERATOR agrees that a l l his employees w i l l be suitably a t t i r e d , i . e . ,
minimal standards required w i l l be f u l l length pants and short sleeved sport
shirts, and that he w i l l prohibit his employees from using profane and/or
indecent language during their tenure at the carnival s i t e .
-4IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have caused this agreement to be executed
the day and year above written.
THE JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT OF
ST. LOUIS, ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MISSOURI
ATTEST:
By:
Secretary
President, Board of Trustees
AMERICAN BEAUTY RIDES
By:
Authorized Officer
OE ' . I t 3 ( 1 - 6 7 )
U. S . OEPARTWENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE
O F F I C E OF EDUCATION
WASHINGTON, 0 . C.
^T
i-OAN
20202
AGREEMENT
TITLE I I I , HIGKE1 EDUCATION FACILITIES ACT OF 1963, AS AMENDED
0* -«£ BASIS OF REHMENTATIONS MADE I Y T*E APPLICANT, NAMEO HEREIN, IN ITS APPLICATION FOB A LOAN UNDER
T m j 111 OF THE H l f t s * EOUCATION FACILITIES ACT OF 1 9 6 3 , AS AMENOEO, (HEREINAFTER CALLED THE "ACT") AND
ON - I E BASIS OF THE muRANCES THE APPLICANT SAVE IN SUCH AMPLICATION, WHICH ASSURANCES ARE HEREBY INCORP0r.»~3 BY REFERENCE *3 A PART OF THE U » * S AND CONDITIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT} AND SUBJECT TO THE PROVIS I O N OF THIS AGREE1£i:, INCLUDING THE ' [ M S AND COHOiriONS ( l l - 6 6 ) AND THE SUPPLEMENTAL TERMS ANO CONDITlCKI ( 1 - 6 7 ) , ATTACK*: HERETO AND MADE A 'ART HEREOF, THE U . S . COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION ACTING ON BEHALF
or -<e GOVERNMENT ( * m i R A F T E R CALLED T * E " C O M M I S S I O N E R " ) AGREES TO MAKE A LOAN I N THE AMOUNT H E R E I N
S r r ; : * i E O , OR SUCH i n w H AMOUNT WHICH, TOGETHER WITH A GRANT, I F ANY, MADE UNDER THE ACT WILL NOT EXCEEO
S M T I r Y - n VE PERCENT ( ^ < ) OF THE E L I S I H E PROJECT DEVELOPMENT COST.
THE . 7 A » , AS DESCRIKJ HEREIN, SHALL «£ KAOE BY THE COMMISSIONER'S PURCHASE, AT A PRICE EQUAL TO THE
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PRINCIPAL AMPMT, PLUS ACCRUEO llTEREST, I F ANY, OF TM£ APPLICANT'S OBLIGATIONS (HEREINAFTER ALSO
' i t . n THE " B O N O S " ) , THE PROCEEDS OF T * E SALE OF SUCH BONOS TO BE USED SOLELY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE
Pfc:.-~::r OESCRIBEO
I
HEIEI*.
DESCRIPTION OF LOAN - TITLE I I I . HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES ACT OF 1963. AS AMENDEO
LLl.v. NAME AND AODPTIS OF APPLICANT
IPROJECT NUMBER
5-1761
T-e Junior College D i s t r i c t of S t . L o u i s , S t . Louis County, Missouri
( F l o r i s s a n t Valley Community College)
Clayton, Mlssccrl
P= I C P A L AMOUNT OF .IAN
!* 3,186,000
•
I INTESSST RATE
I
I TERM OF LOAN
3 PERCENT PER ANNUM |
2 0 *EARS
JLO'I SECURITY
General Obligations of the District payable as to principal and interest
| ccc of ad valorem taxes which may be levied without limit as to rate or
anount, upon all taxable and tangible property within the District.
Otr.IKlPTION OF PRGJEIT
Construction of six academic buildings consisting of a library, physical
education, lecture hall, coomunlcations, humanities, and science buildings
vich required support and maintenance facilities.
TT-^
SEVELOPMENT r,:S*
l i,410,760
r~ELii.3LE PROJECT DEVELOPMENT COST) OATE OF LOAN AGREEMENT
\t
6,385,778
[ March 1. 1967
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* « I 5 A3«ftW{»T MAY BE TERMINATED RY THE COMMISSIONER UPON REASONABLE NOTICE AND AFTER AFFORDI NO THE
t > r L | ( » H t I I OPPORTUNITY FOR A HEARING I F THE COMMISSIONER FINOS ANY REFRESENTATI 0*8 MAOE »Y THE A P P L I • U l IN COHECTION WITH ITS APPLICATION TO I E INCOMPLETE OR INCORRECT I N AIT MATERIAL RESPECT, OR I F THE
TACTS 0 * T«E IASIS I N WHICH ANY SUCH REPRESENTATIONS WERE MAOE SHALL HAVE CRAKSEO UNFAVORABLY TO THE
APPLICANT I I A MATERIAL DEGREE OR THAT THE APPLICANT IS NO LONGER AILE TO COMPLY OR HAS FAILEO TO COMPLY
VI TM ALL Cl AIY PART OF THIS AGREEMENT.
I l THE EVENT THIS AGREEMENT IS TERMINATED, THE COMMISSIONER SHALL
•ST BE 08USATE0 TO PRCCEEO FURTHER I N CARRYING OUT ANY OF HIS OBLIGATIONS 8NDER THIS AGREEMENT, AND AT
THE OPTiOl :r THE COMMISSIONER ANY INOEITEOIESS TO THE GOVERNMENT INCURRED BY THE APPLICANT UNDER THE
AGREEMENT 5*ALL BECOME OUE AND PAYABLE IMMEDIATELY.
NOTIONS
ii
THIS
D3MMISJICI.E*
AGREEMENT SHALL
I N THE EVENT
B E DEEMED
THE APPLICANT
I N A N Y WAY TO L I M I T
FAILS
TO CARRY
T H E REMEDIES WHICH MAY BE A V A I L A B L E
O U T OR COMPLY W I T H
ANY OF T H E TERMS
TO T H E
AND C O N D I T I O N S
or THIS A S » E S H E N T .
!K WITNESS -HEREOF, THIS AGREEMENT, HAS SEEN EXECUTED I N THE NAME OF AND 01 BEHALF OF THE U . S . COMMISSIONER
or EOUCATIZB, BY THE UUOERSIGNEO OFFICIAL, ANO I N THE NAME OF THE APPLICANT, BY THE UN0ERSI6NED O F F I C I A L ,
ATTESTED T: JHOER ITS OFFICIAL SEAL.
THE U.S. OrtllSSlONER Cf EOUCATION:
FOR THE APPLICANT:
BY
BY
TiTLE
TITLE
DATE
(SEAL)
ATTESTEO BY
TITLE
CS*
OC « ' • I 1
I 14
OE 1013 ( 1 - 6 7 )
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EOUCATION, ANO WELFARE
O F F I C E OF EOUCATI ON
WASHINGTON, 0 .
^^T
LOAN
TITLE l i t ,
III
20202
AGREEMENT
HIGHER EOUCATION FACILITIES ACT OF 1963, A3 AMENDED
ON THE BASIS OF REPRESENTATIONS MADE BY THE A P P L I C A N T ,
TITLE
C.
OF THE HIAHER EDUCATION F A C I L I T I E S
NAMED H E R E I N , I N I T S A P P L I C A T I O N FOR A LOAN UNOER
ACT OF 1963, AS AHENOEO, (HEREINAFTER
CALICO THE " A C T " ) AND
ON THE BASIS OF THE ASSURANCES THE APPLICANT GAVE IN SUCH APPLICATION, WHICH ASSURANCES ARE HEREBY INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE AS A PART OF THE TERMS ANO CONDITIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT; ANO SUBJECT TO THE P R O V I SIONS OF T H I S
AGREEMENT,
TIONS
ATTACHED HERETO ANO MAOE A PART HEREOF, THE U . S . COMMISSIONER OF EOUCATION ACTI N6 ON BEHALF
OF
( I —6 7 ) ,
THE GOVERNMENT (HEREINAFTER
SPECIFIEO,
THE
CALLEO THE "COMMISSIONER")
( 1 1 - 6 6 ) AND T H E S U P P L E M E N T A L
PERCENT ( 7 5 # ) OF THE E L I G I B L E PROJECT DEVELOPMENT
I F ANY, HA0E UNOER THE ACT WILL
AMOUNT, PLUS ACCRUED I N T E R E S T ,
CALLEO THE " B O N O S " ) ,
PROJECT DESCRIBED
NOT EXCEED
COST.
LOAN, AS OESCRIBED H E R E I N , SHALL BE MAOE BY THE COMMISSIONER'S
STATED PRINCIPAL
TERMS AND C O N D I -
AGREES TO MAKE A LOAN I N THE AMOUNT HEREIN
OR SUCH LESSOR AMOUNT WHICH, TOGETHER WITH A GRANT,
SEVENTY-FIVE
I
I N C L U D I N G T H E T E R M S AND C O N D I T I O N S
PURCHASE, AT A PRICE
I F ANY, OF THE APPLICANT'S
OBLIGATIONS
EQUAL TO THE
(HEREINAFTER
ALSO
THE PROCEEOS OF THE SALE OF SUCH BONOS TO BE USED SOLELY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF
THE
HEREIN.
DESCRIPTION OF LOAN -
TITLE I I I .
HIGHER EOUCATION FACILITIES ACT OF 1963. AS AMENDED
LEC»L NAME ANO ADDRESS OF APPLICANT
""""
(PROJECT NUMBER
The J u n i o r C o l l e g e D i s t r i c t o f S t . L o u i s , S t . Louis County,
(Meramec Cocnnunity C o l l e g e )
C l a y t o n , Missouri
PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OP LOAN
I INTEREST RATE
* 3r568.000
I
3
5-1760
Missouri
I TERM OP LOAN
2 0
PERCENT PER ANNUM 1
YEARS
LOAN SECURITY
General Obligations of the District payable as to principal and interest
out of ad valorem taxes which may be levied without limit as to rate or
amount, upon all taxable and tangible property within the District.
DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT
Construction of seven academic buildings consisting of a library,
physical education, two science, humanities, and two communication
buildings with required support and maintenance facilities.
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TOTArXtVETOPMENT COET
J
*
I Ell IC16LE PRO JECT DEVELOPMENT COST I DATE OF LOAN AGREEMENT
7,109,088
*
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$ 7,082,088
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,
March 1 , 1967
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THIS
AGREEMENT HAT BE T E R M I N A T E D
APPLICANT
CANT
AN O P P O R T U N I T Y
I N CONNECTION W I T H
FACTS ON T H E B A S I S
APPLICANT
BY THE C O M M I S S I O N E R
ITS APPLICATION
TO BE I N C O M P L E T E
I N A MATERIAL
DEGREE OR THAT
TO PROCEED FURTHER
THE O P T I O N OF T H E C O M M I S S I O N E R
AGREEMENT SHALL
FINDS
THE A P P L I C A N T
OR INCORRECT I N A N Y M A T E R I A L
HAVE CHANSEO
OR I F T H E
TO T H E
TO COMPLY
TERMINATED, THE COMMISSIONER SHALL
I N C A R R Y I N G OUT ANY OF H I S O B L I G A T I O N S
BECOME OUE ANO PAYABLE
RESPECT,
UNFAVORABLY
I S NO LONGER ABLE TO COMPLY OR HAS F A I L E D
I N THE EVENT THIS AGREEMENT IS
ANY INDEBTEDNESS
AND AFTER A F F O R O I N G T H E
ANY R E P R E S E N T A T I O N S H A D E B Y T H E A P P L I -
I N W H I C H A N Y SUCH R E P R E S E N T A T I O N S WERE MADE SHALL
WITH ALL OR ANY PART OF THIS AGREEMENT.
NOT BE O B L I G A T E S
UPON REASONABLE N O T I C E
FOR A H E A R I N G I F T H E C O M M I S S I O N E R
UNOER T H I S A G R E E M E N T ,
AND AT
TO T H E GOVERNMENT INCUNREO B Y T H E A P P L I C A N T UNOER T H E
IMMEDIATELY.
N O T H I N G I N T H I S AGREEMENT S H A L L BE DEEMEO I N A N Y WAY TO L I M I T THE R E M E D I E S W H I C H MAY BE A V A I L A B L E TO T H E
COMMISSIONER I N T H E E V E N T T H E A P P L I C A N T F A I L S TO CARRY OUT OR COMPLY W I T H ANY OF THE TERMS ANO C O N D I T I O N S
OF T H I S A G R E E M E N T .
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, T H I S A G R E E M E N T ,
OF E O U C A T I O N ,
ATTESTED
BY THE U N O E R S I G N E D
TO UNDER
ITS OFFICIAL
HAS BEEN EXECUTED
OFFICIAL,
I N THE NAME OF AND ON BEHALF OF T H E U . S .
ANO I N T H E NAME OF THE A P P L I C A N T ,
SEAL.
THE U . S . OOttllSS I ONER OF EOUCATION:
FOR THE APPLICANT:
BY
BY
.
TITLE
BY THE U N D E R S I G N E D
'
TITLE
DATE
(SEAL)
ATTESTED BY
Tl TLE
SUA
OC « 7 . I I I 14
COMMISSIONER
OFFICIAL,
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