Central Michigan University
BOARD OF TRUSTEES MINUTES
May27 , 1964
Central Michigan University Board of Trustees
Meeting of May 27, 1964
M1. Pleasant, Michigan
1:00 P. M.
Present: Willis Campbell, Lawrence D. Rahilly, Mrs. Katharine C.
Halstad, Walter W. Wightman, Uoyd M. Cofer, John W. Slvler, E . Allan
Morrow, President Jud80n W. Foust. Also, Dr. N. C. Bovee, Mrs.
Doris L. CripfX).
Absent: Mrs . Jean Backus.
A motion was made, seconded aoo carried tbat the Minutes of the April 26,
1964 meeting be approved IlB presented.
A motion was made, seconded and carried to proceed uncleI' the general
plans as outlined for the Health Service - Davis Clinic affiliation, aOO to
revise the contract in accordance with what develops.
A motion WIlB made, seconded and carried that we name the National Bank
of Detroit as a third out-of-town depository and also work with tbe two
local banks relative to plans for future operations.
A motion WIlB made, seconded and carried that the proposed Bylaws, wltb
the necessary corrections, be adopted with the idea that we continue to
write these from time to time untU the set is complete.
It was tbe concensus of opinion that no aclion was necessary relative to
Dr. Westie's letter whicb was sent to the Board Members directly since
the acllon of the faculty On the Senate Constitution approved by a 78 to 26
vote tbe action of tbe Board of Trustees .
As bas been stated previously, it was the concensus of opinion tbat when
an item is submitted by a faculty member for the consideration of the
Board that it be sent through reguIar channels as autborlzed and if It Is
of such a nature as to have the faculty member appear, the Board would
request bim to do so.
A motion was made, seconded and carried that in reply to Dr. Oscar
Oppenheimer's letter of May 13 requesting representation on the Board,
tbat he be referrod to Article vm, Section 6, of tbe State Constitution
relative to the appointment to the Board of Control.
It was the coocensus of opinion that in view of the minor change that was
made in the Senate Constitution 88 presented, am also in view of the fact
that tbe faculty approved the oonstitution with a 78 to 26 vote, further
discussion of the matter soomed unnecessary. The Secretary was instructed
to refer Dr. Oppenheimer to the former action of the Board of Trustees at
the April 27 meeting.
A motion was made, seconded am carried approving tbe EducaUoo and
Activities Budget as submitted with the understanding that the peI"8onal
service detail will be submitted at the June meeting of tbe Board.
A moUon was made, seconded and carried that the President live on campus
in the bouse provided, at no charge, effective as of June I, 1964.
A motion was made, seconded aOO carried that the formal rccommeooations
as presented by President Foust be approved.
Dr. Walter Fitzgibbon, Assistant Professor, Department of
Education, effective as of August I, 1964 .
Dr. George OJrr, Assistant Professor, Department o f Physics
and Chemistry, effective as of June 13, 1964.
Miss Jeanine Cousineau, Instructor, Department of English,
effective as of June 13. 1964.
Mrs. Virginia Seltz, Arts and Crafts Room Supervisor, University
Center, effective AprU 18, 1964.
Mrs. Jo Ann Martin, Clerk Jr. C-O, Teacher Education Project,
effective May 28, 1964.
Mrs. Willa J. Gray, Clerk Jr . , University Laboratory School,
effective J.fuy 15, 1964.
:Mrs. Elizabeth R. Bole, Casbier C-l , Business Division, effective
as of June 10 , 1964.
Mr. Albert S. Vorce, Temporary GrouJXIsman, Maintenance Department,
effective April 17, 1964.
Mr. William Recker, Custodian M-l, South Food Commons, effective
April 23, 1964.
Mrs. Esther A. Folsom, Hoosekceper M-O, Maintenance Department,
effective May 20, 1964.
Mr. David W. Brison, Assistant Professor, Psychology Department,
salary rate of $7900 per academic year, effecllve as of September 1,
Appointments continued -
I\Ir. Burton Dickorson, Instructor, Art Department, salary rate
of $6500 per academic year, effective as of September I, 1964.
Mr. Ralph Leonard, Assistant Professor (Temporary), Department
of Speech and Drama, salary rate of $6850 per academic
year. effective as of September 1, 1964.
Mr. Garry L. Mesler. Admtnlstratlve Assistant II , Field Services,
salary rate of $6550 per year, effective August I, 1964.
Mrs. Joyce PUlole, Instructor (Temporary) , History and PoUtical
Science Department, salary rate of $6500 per academic year,
effective as of September I , 1964.
Me. Henry S. RoseoquJst, Assistant Professor, Department of
Psychology, salary rate of $8550 per academic year, effective
as of September 1, 1964.
Mr . Edmund W. Vaz, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology,
salary rate of $760'0 per academic year, effective as of September It
01'. Jack E. Vince nt, Assistant Professor, I:I1story and PoltUcal
Science Department, salary rate of $7500 per academic year,
effective as of September I, 1964.
Miss Ella 0' NeU, Instructor, Department of Education, salary rate
of $1000 for the Fall Semester, effective as of September I , 1964.
M.rs. Edna Wood, Stenograpber Jr. C-2, University Laboratory
School , salary rate of $3440 per year, effective May 14, 1964.
Mrs. JoaMe Caterer, Substitute Teacher, Department of Speech
and Drama, Salary rate of $60 per week, effective May 4, 1964 .
The following Temporary Groundsmen, Maintenance Department,
at salary rates of $260 per month:
Effective as of M3r<:h 21, 1964:
Thomas Conroy - Salary to be p3Jd from Local fUnds
Effective as of April 6, 1964:
Bruce Hamil ton Charles Emery
James Campbell Arthur J . Schrock
Darrell J. Parks - Salary to be paid from Local Funds
Erfectlve as of April 14, 1964:
Leonard C. Matthews John R. AJXlersOD
Effective as of AprIl 20, 1964:
Dennis Keith Brown
Appointments continued -
Temporary Groundsmen - continued
Effective as of April 27, 1964:
Effective as of April 28, 1964:
Arthur l. David
Effective as of May 4, 1964:
Recommend that the following persons be placed on the payroll Cor the
periods and salaries designated:
Dc. l\tary M. Wills (Fall Semester, 1963 and)
Spring Semester, 1964
Dc. Elbert R. Bowen Spring Semester, 1964 $300
Dc. Patricia C. Annable Spring Semester, 1964 $300
Recommend that the follOWing persons be placed on the payroll for the
periods and salaries designated:
Mr. Theodore Cook
Mr. Kenneth Sautxlers
Mr. Kenneth Wright
July and August, 1964
August 3 through August 31 -
July 13 through August 14 _
$1040 per month
$ 950 per month
$ 820 per month
Recommend that the Emeritus Rank Policy be revised to read that t he
emeriti status may be recommended for £aculty members who are retiring
provided that they have a minimum of fifteen years of full time service
with the institution.
Recommend approval of additions to Summer Schedule Off-Campus, 1964,
as submitted .
Recommend approval of Summer School Payroll as submitted .
Recommend approvaJ of list of Degrees and Certificates for June, 1964,
Recommend acceptance of tbe Research Grant of $19,250 from the Department
of Health, Education, and Welfare, National In stitutes of Health , for
"Investigations of learning processes in retardates. "
Recommend acceptance of the sum of $6,050 from the National Science
Foundation [or the support of an "Undergraduate Instructional Scientific
Equipment Program ."
Recommend acceptance of the sum of $4,140 from the Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare, Nalional Institutes of Health, for use on the Cancer
Recommend acceptance of $20.00 from the Chrysler Corporation, a
matching grant of the gift of $20.00 from Mr. Ernest S. Knirk for the
Recommend acceptance of gift of $1000 to the Alumni Fund in memory
of Miss Anna l\of. Barnard, a former faculty member.
Recommend acceptance of the sum of $100 from the National Merit
Recommend approval of the statement of appreciation for the years of
service given by Mrs. Jesseroin Page Hansen, as submitted.
Recommend approval of acceptance of the sum of $1,217.00, gift of the
Bush Family atxl friends and the establishment of the Marie Donner and
Fred R. Bush Scholarship Fund under the terms outl ined in the catalog
write-up which follows:
"THE MARIE DONNER AND FRED R. BUSH SCHOLARSHIP FUND
The Marie Donner am Fred R. Bush Scholarship Fum was established
by Fred R. Bush, his family and friends. Professor Bush,
former Director of the University Theater, was a groouale of
Central Michigan University and a member of the faculty for 33
years. Mrs. Bush was a faculty member in the Music Department.
The earnings of the fund are to provide an annual scholarship for
a student studying in tbe Fine Arts."
Mr. Fred Bush, Associate Professor, Department of Speech and Drama,
died on May 3,1964 . His name, therefore, is removed rrom the payroll
as of this date.
Recommend acceptance of the gifl of the book, The Torch Is Passed, to
the Central Michigan University Library [rom Mr . Glen A. BOissonneault,
Editor of the Saginaw News.
On motion, the meeting adjourned.
Mrs. Doris L. Crlppo
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