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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, MARG1 11, 1968 - 8:00 P.M.
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A regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of The Junior College District
of St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri was held on Monday, March 11, 1968,
at 8:00 P.M., at the Central Office of the District, 7508 Forsyth Boulevard,
St. Louis, Missouri
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GENERAL FUNCTIONS
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Call to Order
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Roll Call
The President of the Board, Mr. Joseph G. Stewart, called the
meeting to order at 8:00 P.M.
The following members were present:
Mrs. Joseph C. Bastian
Messrs. Lester C. Geil
Joseph G. Stewart
Gerald V. Williamson
Donald M. Witte
It was necessary for Mr. Guy S. RuffIn to be out of town, and he
could not be present at this meeting.
Also present were Mr. John C. Robertson, Vice President for Business,
and representing Dr. Joseph P. Cosand, who was unable to attend due to illness;
Dr. Glynn Clark, Vice President-Campus Director; Dr. R. William Graham, Vice
President-Campus Director; Mr. Ray Stith, Vice President-Campus Director;
Mr. Paul H. Connole, Assistant to the President of the District and Secretary
of the Board of Trustees; Mrs. Mary Jane Calais, Coordinator of Finance and
Treasur r of the Board of Trustees; Mr. Lawrence F. O'Neill, Coordinator of
Physical Facilities; Mrs. Dolores Tygard, Assistant Coordinator of Community
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Relations; Mrs. Juanita Novak, Administrative Assistant to Dr. C sand; Mr.
Thomas Hilgeman, Division Chairman, Business Administration - MCC; Mr. Robert
Murrey, Department Chairman, Physical Education - MCC; Dr. Bernard E.
Schrautemeier, Physical Sciences Division, MCC; Mrs. Lucinda Schulz, Comaunity
Relations Assistant; Mr. James V. Gould, Teaching Intern - MCC; Mr. Hadley H.
Kurtz, Teaching Intern - FVCC; Mr. Robert A. Thacher, Teaching Intern - FPCC;
Mr. Russell E. Wencker, Teaching Intern - FVCC; and Dr. Milton Jones,
Administrative Intern - all of the Junior College District. Also present
were Mr. Eric Smith of the firm of Smith and Entzeroth; and Mr. John Hartray
of the firm of Harry Weese and Associates. Also present was Mr. Bruce E.
Woodruff of the firm of Armstrong, Teasdale, Kramer and Vaughan, counsel for
the District.
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Minutes
Board President Stewart asked for approval of Minutes of the
Regular Meeting of February 26, 1968. Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Williaason,
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seconded by Mr. Geil, and with the aye vote of all members of the Board present,
the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of February 26, 1968, were approved as
submitted.
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Welcome to Guests
Mr, Stewart welcomed Mr. Gus Lumpe, newspaper reporter from the
St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
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Communications
Mrs. Rosemary Scharfenberger, recording secretary for the Board,
read the following correspondence:
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Letter addressed to Dr. William Graham from Mrs. Nancy
G, Fields, Instruction Department, St, Louis Board of Education, expressing
appreciation on behalf of Oberlin Special Opportunities Program for tour of
For st Park Community College.
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Treasurer'M Report
The Treasurer's Report for the month ending February 29, 1968, was
presented to the Board for approval.
Upon notion by Mrs. Bastian, seconded by Mr. Witte, and with the
aye vote of all members of the Board present, the Treasurer's Report for the
month ending February 29, 1968, was approved as submitted.
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Ratification of Investments
The Board was requested to ratify investments made by the Treasurer
of the District for which bids had been received in accordance with Board policy.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Williamson, seconded by Mr. Geil, and
with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the following investments made on behalf of
The Junior College District by the Treasurer thereof, be and
hereby are, ratified, approved, and adopted by the Board
of Trustees:
Building Fund
$650,000.00 U. S. Treasury Bills, purchased February 23, 1968,
from Merrill Lynch on a h.kS (+$3.00) basis, to mature
February 29, 1968, for a total cost of $649,761.96.
$951,000.00 U. S. Treasury Bills, purchased March 1, 1968,
from Mercantile Trust Company on a 5-31 basis, to mature
February 28, I969, for 2 total cost of $899,9^0.81.
$10,000,000.00 Repurchase Agreement, purchased February 29, 1968,
from Mercantile Trust Company on a A 5/8 basis, to mature
March 1, 1968, for a total cost of $10,000,000.00
$250,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March I, 1968
from Mercantile Trust Company on a 5-50 basis, to mature
September 12, 1368, for a total cost of $250,000.00.
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Iluildlnr, Fund (Com i nurd)
$100,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchase! Marcft I, 1968
from First Northwest Bank on a 5«50 basis, to mature
September 19, 1968, for a total cost of $100,000.00.
$300,000.00.Certificate of Deposit, purchased March }, 1968
from First National Bank of St. Louis on a 5.50 basis, to mature
September 19, 1968, for a total cost of $300,000.00.
$250,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968
from State Bank of Wellston on a 5.50 basis compounded daily,
to mature September 12, I968 for a total cost of $250,000.00.
$500,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968
from State Bank of Wellston on a 5.50 basis compounded daily,
to mature September 19, 1968, for a total cost of $500,000.00.
$100,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968
from North County Bank on a 5.50 basis .compounded daily, to
mature September 19, 1968, for a total cost of $100,000.00
$250,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March I, I968
from State Bank of Wellston on a 5«50 basis compounded daily,
to mature September 26, 1968, for a total cost of $250,000.00
$100,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March I, I968
from North County Bank on a 5.50 basis compounded daily, to
mature September 26, 1968, for a total cost of $100,000.00.
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$150,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March I, I968
from Mercantile Trust Company on a 5.50 basis, to mature
September 26, 1968, for a total cost of $150,000.00
$250,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968
from State Bank of Wellston on a 5.50 basis compounded daily,
to mature October 10, 1968, for a total cost of $250,000.00.
$250,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968
from Mark Twain State Bank on a 5-50 basis, to mature
October 10, 1968, for a total cost of $250,000.00.
$500,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968
from State Bank of Wellston on a 5-50 basis compounded daily,
to mature October 17, 1968, for 2 total cost of $500,000.00
$100,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968
from North County Bank on a 5.50 basis compounded daily,
to mature October 17, 1968, for a total cost of $100,000.00.
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$300,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, I968
from South County Bank on a 5.50 basis, to matur
October 17, 1968, for a total cost of $300,000.00.
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Building fund (Continued)
$100,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968
from First Northwest Bank on a 5.-50 basis, to mature
October 17, 1968e for a total cost of $100,000.00.
$250,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968
from State Bank of Wei is ton on a 5-50 basis compounded daily,
to mature October 31, 1968, for a total cost of $250,000.00.
$100,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968
from North County Bank on a 5.50 basis compounded daily,
to mature October 31, 1968, for a total cost of $100,000.00
$150,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March J, 1968
from Mercantile Trust Company on a 5-50 basis, to mature
October 31, 1968, for a total cost of $150,000.00.
$250,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968
from State Bank of Wellston on a 5-50 basis compounded daily,
to mature November )k, 1968, for a total cost of $250,000.00.
$250,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968
from Mercantile Trust Company on a 5.50 basis, to mature
November 14, 1968, for a total cost of $250,000.00.
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$500,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968
from State Bank of Wellston on a 5.50 basis compounded daily,
to mature November 21, 1968, for a total cost of $500,000.00.
$100,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968,
from North County Bank, on a 5.50 basis compounded daily, to
mature November 21, 1968, for a total cost of $100,000.00
$400,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968,
from First National Bank on a 5.50 basis to mature
November 21, 1968, for a total cost of $400,000.00.
$250,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March.,1, 1968,
from State Bank of Wellston on a 5-5 u basis compounded daily,
to mature November 27, 1968, for a total cost of $250,000.00.
$100,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968,
from North County Bank on a 5.50 basis compounded daily,
to mature November 27, 1968, for a total cost of $100,000.00.
$150,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968,
from South County Bank on a 5.50 basis, to mature
November 27, 1968, for a total cost of $150,000.00.
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Building Fund (Continued)
$250,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March J, 1968,
from State Bank of Wellston on a 5.50 basis compounded daiiy,
to mature December 12, 1968, for a total cost of $250,000.00.
$250,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March I, I968,
from Mound City Trust Company on a 5.50 basis, to mature
December 12, 1968, for a total cost of $250,000.00.
$500,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March I, 1968,
from State Bank of Wellston on a 5.50 basis compounded daily,
to mature December 19, 1968, for a total cost of $500,000.00.
$100,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968,
from North County Bank on a 5-50 basis compounded daily,
to mature December 19, 1968, for a total cost of $100,000.00.
$300,000.00 Certificate .of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968,
from South County Bank on a 5.50 basis, to mature
December 19, 1968, for a total cost of $300,000.00.
$100,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, I968,
from First Northwest Bank on a 5.50 basis, to mature
December 19, 1968, for a total cost of $100,000.00.
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$250,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968,
from State Bank of Wellston, on a 5.50 basis compounded daily,
to mature December 30, 1968, for a total cost of $250,000.00
$150,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968,
from Mark Twain State Bank on a 5.50 basis, to mature
December 30, I968, for a total cost of $150,000.00.
$100,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968,
from North County Bank on a 5-50 basis compounded daily,
to matcire December 30, 1968, for a total cost of $100,000.00.
$250,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968,
from State Bank of Wellston on a 5.50 basis compounded daily,
to mature January S, 1969, for a total cost of $250,000.00.
$250,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968,
from Mark Twain State Bank on a 5.50 basis to mature
January 9, 1969, for a total cost of $250,000.00.
$500,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968,
from State Bank of Wellston on a 5.50 basis compounded daily,
to mature January 16, 1969 for a total cost of $500,000.00.
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$100,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March I, 1968,
from North County Bank on a 5.50 basis compounded daily,
to mature January 16, 1969, for a total cost of $100,000.00.
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Building Fund (Continued)
$400,000.00 Certificate of 0 posit, purchased March I, I968,
from Bank of St. Louis on a 5.50 basis, to mature
January 16, 1969, for a total cost of $400,000.00.
$250,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, I968,
from State Bank of Wei Is ton on a 5.50 basis compounded daily,
to mature January 30, 1969, for a total cost of $250,000.00.
$100,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968,
from North County Bank on a 5.50 basis compounded daily,
to mature January 30, I969, for a total cost of $100,000.00.
$150,000.00 Certificate of Deposit, purchased March 1, 1968,
from Mark Twain State Bank on a 5.50 basis, to mature
January 30, 1969, for a total cost of $150,000.00.
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Revised Board Policy Manual
A revision of the existing Board Policies Manual, which was lodged with
the Board at its Regular Meeting of February 12, 1968, was recommended for approval
at this meeting, but was deleted by the Board President until further study could
be made by the existing Ad Hoc Committee of the Board.
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The recommendation for approval will be re-submitted at a subsequent meeting of the Board.
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Candidates for the Board of Trustees
The Board was informed by the Secretary of the Board that the
following citizens have filed as candidates for the Board of Trustees to fill
the six-year term now held by Mr. Geil.
The election will be held on April
2, 1968:
James S. Kilgore
12939 Camp Hill Ct.
St. Louis, Mo. 63141
Vincent A. Bauman
364 Mark Drive
Warson Woods, Mo. 63122
Fred J. Gehl
13253 Takara
St. Louis County, Mo. 63131
Bernard J. Stock
25 Northcote
Brentwood, Mo. 63144
Patrick W. Freasier
9 Vicksburg Circle
Affton, Mo. 63123
William L. Hoeraan
305 North Harrison
Kirkwood, Mo. 63122
Fr nces Clausen Johnson
10 Ov rbrook Drive
Ladue, Missouri 63124
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2.
PERSONNEL
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Certificated Personnel - Full'-Time Employment - Academic Year 1968-69
The Board was requested to approve employment of certificated
personnel as full-time instructors at Florissant Valley Community College
for the academic year 1968-69:
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Geil, seconded by Mr. Witte, and with
the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the following certificated personnel be
employed in the capacity and at the salary classification
hereinafter set out, said salary classification having
been previously approved by the 3oard:
Rolland C. Haun
- Associate Professor -History - FVCC
VI-4
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Daniel F. Lindeken
- Instructor B -Audio-Visual (Instructional
Resources) - FVCC - IV-A
9/3/68
Kenneth G. Schuller
- Associate Professor -Music
VI-1
9/3/68
- FVCC
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the President of the Board be and
hereby is, authorized to execute the appropriate contract,
previously adopted by the Board, with the above employees,
which said contracts are to be filed with the records of
the District.
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Administrative Personnel - Full-Time Employment
The Board was requested to approve employment of James D. Pierce
as Associate Dean of Instruction at Meramec Community College.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Geil, seconded by Mr. Witte, and with
the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the following 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:
James D. Pierce -
Associate Dean of Instruction Step 2
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MCC
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the President of the Board be and
hereby is, authorized to execute the appropriate contract,
previously adopted by the Board, with the above employee,
which said contract is to be filed with the records of
th District.
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Certificated Personnel - Correction of Board Approval - Feb.26, 1968
The Board was requested to approve correction of previous Board
appointments.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Ceil, seconded by Mr. Witte, and
vith the aye vote of all 'raemLcrrj of the Board present, it was
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RESOLVED, That the Beard of Tmstees does hereby approve the
following correction;: wiuh regard to employment of certificated
personnel, previously approved by the Board at its meetin;; of
February 26, 196.:i:
Gilbert Early - (III-j) Art - MCC - 12 [email protected] $119/con.hr. 2/5/6E
delete from list of part-time instructors approved 2/26/68
previously approved 2/12/68.
Muriel Lewis - (III-'J) Art - MCC - 12 con.hrs.? $107/con.hr. 2/5/65
delete from list of part-time instructors approved 2/26/68
previously approved 2/12/68.
Joseph D. Salvia - Assistant Professor (V-l) - English - FPCC
FROM: 3 cr.hrs. @ $200/cr.hr.
TO:
6 cr.hrs. & $200/cr.hr. . 2/5/68
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Certificated Personnel - Released Time
The Board was requested to approve the appointment of C. Leon Anderson,
Forest Park Community College, Art Department, for a released time project.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Ceil, seconded by Mr. Witte, and
with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees does hereby approve
appointment of the following District employee for released
time project, at tin.* salary classification and number of
credit hours herei.ri.-ifter set forth:
C. Leon Anderson
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- Assistant Professor (V-2)
Physical Facilities - CO -
1 cr.hr(? $209/cr.hr.
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Certificated Per^onneL - Leave of Absence
The Board was requested to approve a retroactive leave of absence
without pay for Alexander C. Miven, Associate Professor-History, Meramec Community
College, from February 1, 1963 to June 14, 1968, because of illness.
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Whereupon, on moiion by Mr. Ceil, seconded by Mr. Witte, and
with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
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RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees doeH hereby authorize
a Leave of Absence, without pay, for Mr. Alexander C. Niven,
due to his illness. This Leave of Absence will extend from
February 1, 1968 to Jane 14, 1968 or until Mr. Nlven's prior
return.
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Certificated Personnel - Release from Part-Time Teaching Assignment
The Board was requested to approve the release from part-time
teaching assignment of Daniel C. Hurley, Jr., Forest Park Community College.
Mr. Hurley is entering military service.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Geil, seconded by Mr. Uitte, and
with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees does hereby
approve release from part-time teaching assignment
for the following certificated personnel:
Daniel C. Hurley, Jr.
- Instructor A (III-2) - Physical Science
FPCC -
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5 [email protected] $151/cr.hr.
Classified Personnel - Full-Time Employment
The Board was requested to approve employment of classified
personnel.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Williamson, seconded by Mr. Geil,
and with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the following classified personnel be
employed by The Junior College District in the position
and at the salary classification hereinafter set out,
said salary classification having been previously
approved by the Board:
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William H. Barfield
Custodian
FVCC
3-A
3/12/68
Guadalupe Canas
Custodian
FVCC
3-A
3/12/68
Classified Personnel - Placement on New Salary Range
The Board was requested to approve the following classified personnel
for placement on a new salary range. The Board had previously approved a new
salary range for Security Officers to be effective April 1, 1968.
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Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Williamson, seconded by Mr. Gell,
and with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the following classified personnel be
placed on new salary range previously approved by
the Board.
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Armstrong, Willis N.
FROM:
TO:
Security Officer
Security Officer I
FVCC
Chaaberlain, David A.
FROM:
TO:
Security Officer
Security Officer I
FVCC
deJong, Roy C.
FROM:
TO:
Security Officer
Security Officer I
MCC
FROM: 3-A
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5-A
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Ellis, Donald J.
FROM:
TO:
Security Officer
Security Officer II
MCC
FROM: 3-B
TO:
6-A
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Harrison, William J.
FROM:
TO:
Security Officer
Security Officer II
MCC
FROM: 3-B
TO:
6-A
4/1/68
Hart, Elmyra W.
FROM:
TO:
Security Officer
Security Officer II
FVCC
FROM: 3-D
TO:
6-B
4/1/68
Hines, Curley
FROM:
TO:
Security Officer
Security Officer I
MCC
FROM: 3-A
TO:
5-A
4/1/68
Lehmann, Charles J.
FROM:
TO:
Security Officer
Security Officer I
MCC
FROM:" 3-A
TO:
5-A
4/1/68
Smith, Harold E.
FROM:
TO:
Security Officer
Security Officer I
FVCC
FROM: 3-A
TO:
5-A
4/1/68
Vogel, Kenneth L.
FROM:
TO:
Security Officer
Security Officer II
FVCC
FROM: 3-C
TO:
6-A
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TO:
5-A
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FROM: 3-A
TO:
5-A
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Application Forms (Revised) Certificated and Classified
The Board was requested tc approve the use of revised Application
Forms for Certificated and Classified personnel.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Geil, seconded by Mrs. Bastian, and
with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the Board does hereby approve the
following revised application forms for use at
this time by the Junior College District.
Copies of these forms are attached as an
Addendum to these Minutes.
Revised Instructional and Administrative Application
Revised Application for Employment - Classified Position
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Certificated Personnel - Part-Time Employment - Spring Semester 1967-68
The Board was requested to approve the employment of part-time
certificated personnel for the Spring Semester, 1967-68.
Whereupon, on motion by Mrs. Bastian, seconded by Mr. Geil, and
with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the following certificated personnel be
employed on a part-time basis for the Spring Semester,
1967-68 in the capacity and at the salary classification
hereinafter set out, said salary classification having
been previously approved by the Board:
Sharon McPherron - Instructor B (IV-2) - Sociology - FPCC 3 cr.hrs. @$173/cr.hrs.
2/29/68
Francis J. Schulte - Instructor B (IV-6) - Mathematics - FPCC 27/26 x 5 cr.hrs.Q $209/cr.hr.
3/7/68
Marie Stimson - Associate Professor (VI-4) - English - FPCC 2 cr.hrs.<? $267/cr.hr.
2/26/68
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Certificated Personnel - Part-time Overload - Spring Semester 1967^-68
The Board was requested to approve the employment of Joseph S. Long!
of Meramec Community College to teach an overload course at Forest Park Community
College.
Mo other teacher could be found for this part-time position.
Wherupon, on motion by Mrs. Bastian, seconded by Mr. Geil, and
with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
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RESOLVED, That the following certificated personnel be
employed on a part-time basis for the Spring Semester,
1967-68 for an overload course at Forest Park Community
College, in the capacity and at the salary classification
hereinafter set out, said salary classification having
been previously approved by the Board:
Joseph S. Longi - Assistant Professor (V-5) - Business
Administration - 3 [email protected]$236/cr.hr. - 2/5/68
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CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
3.1
Appointment to Automotive Technology Advisory Committee - FTCC
Dr. Cosand requested approval of the following citizens to serve
as members of the Automotive Technology Advisory Committee for Forest Park
Community College.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Williamson, seconded by Mrs. Bastlan,
and with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees does hereby approve
the appointment of the following citizens to serve as
members of the Automotive Technology Advisory Committee
for Forest Park Community College for the period
March 12, 1968 through August 31, 1968.
Mr. James E. Meyers
Business Representative
District No. 9, I.A.M.A.W.
3547 Olive Street
St. Louis, Missouri 63103
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Mr. Maurice Kastner
Vice President and General Manager
Weber Chevrolet Company
4035 Lindell Boulevard
St. Louis, Missouri
63108
PHYSICAL FACILITIES
4.1
Approval of Working Drawings and Bid Advertisement Authorization
Contract No. 68-21 - Social Science & Science Buildings- MCC
Mr. Eric Smith of the firm of Smith and Entzeroth submitted final
working drawings for the Social Science Building and the Science Building at
Meramec Community College for Board approval and authorization to advertise
for bids.
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Mr. Smith noted that these drawings included the two buildings and
site work.
In the two-story Social Science Building, there will be facilities
for Social Sciences, the various Business Technologies, Law Enforcement, and
a Faculty Lounge for the total campus.
The Science Building is a two-story
U-shaped building which will house Science Laboratories, Mathematics
Department Offices, and the Department of Nursing, Dental Technology, Drafting
and Mechanical Drawing.
If the contract is awarded reasonably soon, the
contractor will complete visitors parking by September, 1968, so that access
to the Library can be maintained.
These two buildings are almost identical
to the other campus buildings, with the same brick, same glass, etc., and the
interior finishes arc similar Co other campus buildings interiors.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Williamson, seconded by Mr. Cell, and
with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees of The Junior College
District does hereby approve the working drawings of Smith
and Entzeroth for the Social Science Building and the
Science Building of the Meramec Community College.
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees does hereby
authorize the preparation of specifications and advertising
for bids for construction of said Social Science Building and
Science Building, to be designated Contract No. 68-21.
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4.2
Preliminary Plans - Plaza - FPCC
Mr. John llartray of the firm of Harry Weese and Associates
presented a preliminary base plan with two alternative plans for the plaza
area to the North of the West Wing of Forest Park Community College.
It is planned to incorporate a canopy of Linden trees, with
paved areas between the trees to allow for fairly good maintenance in an
area where many students will give it intense use.
A planned fountain
will be at a slightly lower level than most of the Plaza area.
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the proposed fountain will be three-feet-wide risers for spectators.
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fountain area might also be covered and used as a stage.
Mr. Hartray illustrated plans for lighting, circular seating
around trees, a bus stop shelter, ground cover, etc.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Geil, seconded by Mr. Witte, and
with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees of the Junior
College District does hereby approve the preliminary
base plan and two alternative plans for the plaza
area of the Forest Park Community College and authorizes
the preparation of working drawings.
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BUSINESS AND FINANCE
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Warrant Check Register Approval
The Warrant Check Register for February, 1968, was presented
to the Board for approval.
Whereupon, on motion by Mrs. Bastian, seconded by Mr. Williamson,
and with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, all expenditures
made in accordance with the Warrant Check Register for the month of F bruary,
1968, were ratified and approved by the Board.
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The Hoard was requested to accept the hid and award an order to
Chapman-Young, Inc., for purchase of 120 tablet arm chairs for Forest Park
Community College ir. the amount of $2,508.00.
Whereupon, on motion by M r . G e i l , seconded by M r . W i t t e , and
with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it w a s
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees does hereby
accept the bid and award an order
to ChapmanYoung, Inc. for one hundred and twenty tablet
arm chairs for Forest Park Community College,
in accordance with District specifications, at a
total cost of $2,508.00, said funds to be paid
from the Building Fund of The Junior College
District.
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Rejection of Bid - Divider Doors - Contract N o . 67-97 - FVCC
Bids were received under Section 5, Contract No. 67-97 for divider
doors for the Florissant Valley Community College Gymnasium.
The Board was
requested to reject the bids to defer installation of these doors to be sure
that the construction of the master plan and the equipping of the buildings
in the master plan can b e accomplished within the budget.
This item would
be re-submitted for Board approval if there are funds remaining in the budg t.
Whereupon, M r . Williamson offered and moved adoption of the
following resolution:
R E S O L V E D , That the Board of Trustees does hereby
reject all bids received under Section 5,
Contract No. 67-97 for divider doors for the
Florissant Valley Community College Gymnasium.
Mr. Geil seconded the motion to adopt the foregoing resolution,
and the question being put to a v o t e , the motion carried four to o n e , M r . Cell
voting " N 0 M .
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Approval of Contract for College Work Study Agreement Klrkwood YMCA
The Board was requested to approve an agreement between The
Junior College District and the Klrkwood YMCA. for cooperative participation
in the federal College Work-Study Program.
To comply for participation in
this federal program, it is necessary for the agency to contribute on a matching
funds basis, with the federal government paying 85Z through August 19, 1968;
80Z thereafter.
This agreement between the District and the Klrkwood YMCA
would make it possible for this agency to employ District students and
compensate students for work performed under this program at a rate
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plus Social Security Tax through August 19, 1968, and 20% thereafter.
Whereupon, on motion by Mrs. Bastian, seconded by Mr. Williamson,
and with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees does hereby approve
entering into an agreement with the Klrkwood YMCA to
participate under the College Work Study Program at no
cost to the District.
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hereby is authorized to execute said agreement on behalf
of the District, in the form approved by legal
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Donation $25.00 from White-Mullen Mortuary, IncEmergency Student Loan Fund - FVCC
The Board was requested to approve acceptance of a $25.00 donation
from White-Mullen Mortuary, Inc. for the Emergency Student Loan Fund of
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•RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees of The Junior
College District does hereby accept the donation of
$25.00 from White-Mullen Mortuary, Inc. to be applied
to the Emergency Student Loan Fund of Florissant
Valley Community College.
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Secretary of the Board be
and hereby is requested to express the Board's
appreciation for this donation.
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Warren R. Wagner Memorial Student Loan Fund - FVCC
The Board was requested to approve acceptance of the donation of
$100.00 by Mrs. Warren R. Wagner, and the contributions of some twenty-two other
individuals of $188.00, which totaled $288.00, to establish the Warren R. Wagner
Memorial Student Loan Fund at Florissant Valley Community College.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Williamson, seconded by Mr. Geil, and
with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees does hereby accept
the generous donations of Mrs. Warren R. Wagner in the
amount of $100.00 and the contributions of twenty-two
faculty and staff members of the District totaling
$188.00 or a total of $288.00.
FURTHER RESOLVED, that said funds be set aside in a
specific fund, to be known as the Warren R. Wagner
Memorial Student Loan Fund
in honor and in memory
of Dr. Warren R. Wagner, whose devoted service as a
charter member of the District Faculty, was of great
benefit to the District and community and will long
be remembered and whose charm and understanding made
him revered by students and faculty alike.
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The Board was requested to approve acceptance of an
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Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Williamson, seconded by Mrs. Bastian,
and with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees does hereby accept
the anonymous donation of $25.00 to be added to the
Emergency Student Loan Fund at Florissant Valley
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existing carpet in the aisles and top platform of two of the lecture halls in the
East Wing Extension at Forest Park Community College, in the amount of $864.00.
Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Witte, seconded by Mr. Geil, and with
the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
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RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees does hereby ratify and
approve a contract No. 1022 with the Henges Company, Inc.,
for labor in installing existing carpet in the aisles and
top platform of two of the lecture halls in the East Wing
Extension at Forest Park Community College, for a total
cost of $864.00, said funds to be paid from the Building
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Th rent for Porks College would be broken down into four sections. The
first section would be the rent for transmission of information. W are
r commending that the cost to Parks Colleg be $4.08 per hour for use of
transmission devices. This figure represents one-fourth of the actual cost
of these devices, since three-fourths of these devices are being used by
the District, plus a 50% overhead figure.
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Another item is for the central processing unit. The cost would be S50.25
per hour, which includes the actual pro-rated cost of the processing units
and direct labor, plus 50% for overhead.
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Parks College would also pay directly to the telephone company th cost
of the extra telephone line and extra data set which would be install d in
our computer room.
(4)
Parks College would agree to pay The Junior College District for a minimum of
forty-five hours Transmission time and one hour of central processing unit
time per month. This would amount to approximately $230*.00 per month
as a minimum charge, whether they used the District equipment or not.
It is also understood that Parks College would pay for their own terminal and the
operation of their own terminal of Parks College.
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Whereupon, on motion by Mr. Geil, seconded by :'r. Williamson,
and with the aye vote of all members of the Board present, it was
RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees does hereby authorize
and approve a contract between The Junior College District
and Parks College for rental use of the 360-40 Computer
of the Junior College District retroactive to February 26, 1968.
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hereby is authorized and directed to execute an appropriate contract
on behalf of the District in the form to be approved by
legal counsel for the District.
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6.
STUDENT PERSONAL SERVICES
7.
COMMUNITY RELATIONS
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NEW BUSINESS
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ADJOURNMENT
Board President Stewart asked if there were any further business
to come before the Board.
There was not, and upon motion by Mrs, Bastian,
seconded by Mr. Williamson, and with the aye vote of all members of the
3oard present, this meeting was adjourned at 9:40 P.M.
Respec t fully submi t ted,
Paul H. Connole
Secretary, Board of Trustees
The Junior College District of
St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri
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your individual references and in Section 2 the placrawnt bureau where your confidential recommendations are on file PLEASE FILL IN BOTH SECTION 1 AND SECTION 2.
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Ab. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
If there is additional information which yoa believe will assist us in arriving at a true estimate of your qualifications, the space below may be used, or attach additional pages, (examples are: research and publishing activities)
_Tb /XppUcorttS'. Raad. coa-eCvsUvy befcyfr Mcjnii>^. The statements tliat I have made in this application are true and complete to the best of r.y knowledge and I
understand that any alteration or concealment of a material fact will result in my disqualification before ap- '
pointment or dismissal after appointment. Permission to investigate my background, includlrg past employment, medical history, military record, police record, etc. and permission to relay this information to any requesting source decwad necessary is hereby granted.
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D I V I S I O N O F E L E M E N T A R Y EDUCATION
A S S I S T A N T S U P E R I N T E N D E N T - BANNEKCR G R O U P
2 8 4 0 LUCAS AVENUE
S T . LOUIS. MISSOURI 6 3 1 0 3
Vzbfuuviy 27, 196&
VA. William Gtiaiiam
FoneAt Pank JuruoK College.
5600 Oakland Avtnue
Saint Loaco, Mi66ouAi 63110
Veafi VK, Gtiaham:
Ju&t another tliank you fan. the. uoondeAfiul toun. you a^fanded
the. ObenZJLn SOP [Special OppontunitieA Ptwanam) on SatuAday,
Pebfuxjofiy 17, 196$.
Although tht tarn wa6 6hont, the. JumptieA6ion& Aemain &tn.ong
atvd It would not be iuApvUing i\ &ome ofa OUA. panent6 weAe not
a& int>pin.e.d ad thein. childtzn to go to coltzge.
We appKZQAjate. youn. zzpendituAe. oh tone, and eneAgy to give
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FEBRUARY 29, 1968
Debt
Current
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as o f 2 / 1 / 6 8
Fund
Plant
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$7,503,926.93
$12,802.791.91
$927,660.55
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PI us Recei p i s :
Tax Revenue
I n t e r e s t income
S t u d e n t Fee-5
G i f t s and G - a n t s
A u x i l i a r y Services
69,369-76
Due t o ana - r o m o t h e r f u n d s
G e n e r a l 0 b R a t i o n Bond S a l e
N o t e s Re.-.ei..able
Accounts Receivable
Mi s e e l l a n e : . 5
Total Receipts
Less D i s b u r s e m e n t s :
S a l a r i e s (nee)
Expenses
J a p i t a l 0 e : ay
C o s t o f sa:-:-i - B o o k s t o r e s
P a y r o l l Wi-.-.Holdings
T r a n s f e r :c o t h e r f u n d s
S t u d e n t Re-'ends
Miscellanec.s
Tota: Disbursements
11,920.00
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R e c o n c i l i a t i o n of Warrant
t o Di sburstL'.^en t s :
W a r r a n t Cheek R e g i s t e r
Less I n v e s t m e n t s
I n t e r fund : r a n s a c L i o n s
Check
4,075.00
6,181.05
92,742.69
888,615.97
$
424,526.43
143,683.43
48,141.42
80,962.42
230,460.17
1,282,841.80 b
1,168.80
6,254.66
$2,218,039.13
B a l a n c e as o f 2 / 2 9 / 6 8
Less W r i t e O f f o f Bad Checks
A d j u s t . ; e n : j f P r i o r Month A c t i v i t y
B a l a n c e as c 2 / 2 9 / 6 8
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67,447.88
170,953.20
Due to Deb: S e r v i c e
B a l a n c e as o : 2 / 2 9 / 6 8
P e t t y Cash
Cash i n Bar^s
Investments
114,774.20
16,935.42
^01 ,664.65
1,152,202.78 b
10,000,000.00
$11,219-650.66
$ 26,51:-^3
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641,751.21
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645,352.16
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$6,174,503-77
(104.00)
(144.00)
$6,174,255-77
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$
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143,140.17
6,029,465.60
$6,174,255.77
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1,332,090.41
22,045,000.00
$23,377,090.41
104,17c.64
850,0:.'-30
$ 9 5 4 , T : ik
$3,711,328.60
(1,480,000.00)
(13,289.47)
$2,218,039.13
$14,414,389.42
(13,769,037-26)
$850,0.:.00
(850,0::.00)
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Interest Earned in January, not received until February
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Student
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Balance
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2/1/68
P I us R e c e i p t s :
I n t e r e s t income
S t u d e n t Fees
G i f t s and G r a n t s
Due t o and f r o m o t h e r f u n d s
A u x i l i a r y Services
Notes Receivable
S t u d e n t A c t i v i t y Income
Miscellaneous
Total Receipts
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$
34.03
$
4,976,92
108,i95.44
1,694.00
$
300.00
53,159-39
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39-00
37-77
76.77
13,414.52
$
150.00
505.50
Balance
$
49,832.88
$
4 . 5 4 8 . 19
$
R e c o n c i l i a t i o n o f W a r r a n t Check
t o Di s b u r s e m e n t s :
W a r r a n t Check R e g i s t e r
Less I n v e s t m e n t s
Interfund transactions
Total Disbursements
13,209.47
128.00
$
2,61 1 .96
$! 1 0 , 8 0 7 . 4 0
$
355.50
77-05
2/29/68
consists
$205,300.00
47,101.00
if,030.36
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as o f
Student
Union
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Less D i s b u r s e m e n t s :
Salaries
O p e r a t i n g Expense
Capital Outlay
Motes R e c e i v a b l e
Miscellaneous
Total Disbursements
B a l a n c e as o f 2 / 2 9 / 6 8
P e t t y Casii
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Investments
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$
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49,832.88
$
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216,107.40
100,000.00
$316,107.40
$
49,832.88
$
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$
125.05
$
505.50
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13,414.52
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FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY, 1968
Purchase
Date
Purchased
From
T>pe
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In• .
Rate
Maturity
Date
Maturity
Value
Interest
Earned
Cost
GENERAL FUND
Balance as of 2/1/68
PI us Purchases:
2/9/63
3
2/9/63
10
2/16/63
9
2/16/68
10
2/16/68
12
2/16/63
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Total Purchases
Less Maturities:
9/28/67
12
9/28/67
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1/24/68
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$ 6.595,340.60
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2
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5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
10/15/68 $
400,000.00
10/31/68
300,000.00
11/15/68 . 200,000.00
11/29/68
205,000.00
11/7/68
100,000.00
10/31/68
275,000.00
$ 1.480,000.00
--00,000.00
300,000.00
200,000.00
205,000.00
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275.000.00
$ 1.^30.000.00
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5.50
4.50
2/29/68
2/15/68
2/15/68
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100,000.00
1,500,000.00
$ 2,050,000.00
-50,000.00
^00,000.00
1.^95,875.00
$ 2.045,875.00
$ 6,050,000.00
$ 6.029,465.60
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2,154.17
4.125-00
$16.935.42
CONSTRUCTION FUND
Balance as of 2/1/68
PI us Purchases :
2/1/68
2
2/9/68
6
2/16/68
2
Total Purchases
Less Maturilies:
1/25/68
2/1/6S
2/9/68
2/16/68
Total Maturities
6
2
6
2
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4.36
4.35
2/8/68
2/15/68
2/23/68
$
200,000.00
$
i99.828.89
$
200,000.00
200,000.00
200,000.00
600.000.00
$
;99,834.72
199,854.67
199,833.83
599-523.22
$
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1
1
Balance as of 2/29/68
4.40
4.25
4.36
4.35
2/1/68
2/8/68
2/15/68
2/23/68
$
$
$
$
200,000.00
200,000.00
200,000.00
200,000.00
800,000.00
$
599,828.89
199,834.72
599,854.67
199,333.83
799,352.11
$
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$
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100,000.00
$
100,000.00
STUDENT UNION FUND
Balance as of 2/1/68
$
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No Maturities or Purchases
Balance as of 2/29/63
$
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165.28
145.33
166.17
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Purchased
Type
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Dale
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Maturity
Rate
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Maturity
Date
Intenst
Value
Cost
Earned
BUILDING FUND
Balance as o f 2 / 1 / 6 8
PI us Purchases :
1/1/68
2/9/68
2/16/68
2/16/68
2/16/68
2/16/68
2/16/68
2/16/68
2/16/68
2/29/68
Total
2
12
9
12
9
3
3
10
8
6
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
3
^.25
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
5.50
4.45
4 5/8
2/8/68
7/25/68
7/25/68
7/25/68
8/8/63
8/15/68
8/8/63
8/15/68
2/29/68
3/1/63
Purchases
Less ,"laturi t i e s :
9/22/67
3/22/6/
V22/67
//27/67
3/28/67
1/25/68
* 2/1/68
2/26/68
Total M a t u r i t i e s
12
12
12
10
12
2
2
8
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
5.15
5.15
5.15
5.26
5.50
4.40
4.25
4.45
2/8/63
2/15/68
2/26/68
2/26/68
2/25/68
2/1/68
2/8/68
2/29/68
Balance as o f 2 / 2 9 / 6 8
$12,325,000.00
$12,324,743-33
$
$
300,000.00
500,000.00
200,000.00
400,000.00
200,000.00
400,000.00
300,000.00
220,000.00
650,000.00
10.000,000.00
299,752.08
500,000.00
200,000.00
400,000.00
200,000.00
400,000.00
300,000.00
220,000.00
649,761.96
10,000,000.00
$13.170,000.00
$13.169,514.04
$
250,000.00
650,000.00
100,000.00
700,000.00
500,000.00
300,000.00
300,000.00
650,000.00
$ 3,450,000.00
$
$22,045,000.00
$22.045,000.00
250,000.00
650,000.00
100,000.00
700,000.00
500,000.00
299,743-33
299,752.08
649,761.96
$ 3,449,257.37
DEBT SERVICE FUND
Balance as o f 2 / 1 / 6 8
Plus P u r c h a s e s :
2/2/68
2/2/68
2/2/68
Total
10
3
9
Purchases
$
2
2
2
5.50
5.50
5.50
7/30/68
7/30/68
1/30/69
^
$
-0-_
$
200,000.00
550,000.00
100,000.00
$
200,000.00
550,000.00
100,000.00
$
850,000.00
S
850.000.00
No M a t u r i t i e s
$
Balance as o f 2 / 2 9 / 6 8
$
^Sz.
850,000.00
s
$
-0850,000.00
$ 8,296.32
21,918.69
3,577.50
20,424.57
11,840.28
256.77
247.92
238.04
$66,800.09
I
.
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ANALYSIS OF RESTRICTED FUND Dl SBURSEME\~S
FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY,
Fund Names
AHE-Campus
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Esso
F
D
Less
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R
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F
tsrugatro
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rn
ctsccuFund
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oaE
uta
ssnliG
n
-d
t-sotM
iFd
ouo
nAV
P
C
vacnoV
ce
C
tC
afiF
ta
rC
otnolina
o
lFICA
o
uenfnycd-e1T
a19ti9ai6
tPo6
n
l5rend5-o1-"g1IR
rIinanIeIm
s-s-tHtH
it rir e
u
iugghe
g
m
echhteei nor tn a l
No.
1968
Salaries
CURRENT RESTRICTED FUNDS
063
0
019
018
027
066
017
4
68
4
$2
121
2
5,, 5
89
7
12
76
2
0
37
49
8
5
3.. 8
0
2
3
4
53
8
06
0
Eoense
£
5SI1
' -.,,9
2
1416
0
352
78
0
6
25
2.. 7
0
2
3
54
13
1
4
5
9
P u l l ay
S
5
$
21.,,82
9
659
3
221
9 .. 20
8
3 43
7
Tota 1
$
S$ 22171
o3
2
1.251.C
6,.,,99
.0
~
57
8
S01.S
61
3
?
65
3924
1070
172
°....C
€^J1;.-'•
'£'.'•'
£
|-
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SCHEDULE B
ANALYSIS OF RESTRICTED FUND DISBURSEMENTS
FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY, 1368
PAGE 2
;
k .
Fund
Fund Na~es
Ope rat ire
No.
Salaries
Capital
Expense
Outlay
Tot a I
PLANT FUNDS
MO P r o j e c t #3-0020
031
MO P r o j e c t #3-1175
044
MO P r o j e c t #3-1760
059
MO P r o j e c t #3-1761
».
S 53,003.67
S 53,003.67
67,481.09
68,244.31
117,988.73
117,938.73
167.13
45,856.04
46,063.17
211.3D
52,042.04
52,253.34
88.00
2,575.00
2,663.00
905
4,584.33
4,584.33
950
6,205.50
6,205.50
27.72
SI,257.37
10-,557.07
$460,333.47
104.584.79
$46i .591.44
Operating
Expense
Notes
Receivab! •
Other
S
S
061
NDEA-Titie
903
Vocational Education A c t Dental A s s i s t a n t
O f f i c e of Education - T i t l e
VI
Student Union B u i l d i n g Fund
Total
S...
763.82
060
MO P r o j e c t #3-2343
111-1967-68
S
.,
101
S
STUDENT AID FUNDS
Fund
No.
Fund Names
National
v
Defense S t u d e n t
003
Col lege Work Study Program
032
D e l t a Theta Chi-Mo A l p h a Chapter
039
S t u d e n t Loan Fund-MCC
042
Economic O p p o r t u n i t y
'§\
Loan
Total
Grant
37.05
S
Toial
S
13,209.47
13.209.47
40.00
40.00
40.0C
049
40.0C
88.00
S
12.8.00
37.05
3S_._0jD
$
r
77.0 .
SJ - . 2 0 9 . 4 7
$
_ t l i — / ' • ^2
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