Kresge Library

MINUTES OF THE MEETING
OF THE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
May 16, 1969

BIDS AND CONTRACT AWARDS

Bids were received on May 7 for Bookstore equipment, as follows:

The Columbus Show Case Company $30,834.00
Jentzen-Miller Company 33,640.33

It was recommended that a contract be awarded to the low bidder, The Columbus Show Case Company, in the amount of $30,834. Funds are available in the furniture and equipment budget of $193,000, which is a part of the total project budget of $2,400,000 approved by the Trustees at the December 1968 meeting.

Bids were received on May 14 for an addition to the Baldwin Pavilion as follows:

Combined Proposal:  
     E. E. Powell General Construction:Co.
$124,000
     Bundy Construction Co.
129,300
     Harry D. Osgood Co., Inc.
130,000
     Garascia Construction
134,500

It was recommended that the contract be awarded to the low bidder and that the following project budget be approved:

Construction
$124,000
Professional Services
12,400
Furnishings
1,000
Supervision and field inspection
3,000
Contingency
2,500
 
$142,900

The source of funds for this project is from a Kresge Foundation grant.

On motion by Mr. Nisbet, seconded by Mr. Thompson, it was voted to approve the Oakland University items.

CHANGES IN PERSONNEL

Terminations:

Robert C. Busby, Asst. Prof. Mathematics, effective 8/14/69
James C. Haden, Prof & Chrm. Philosophy, effective 8/14/69
Michael J. Heffernan, Instr. English, effective 8/14/69

Leaves - other:

Harold Olofson, Instr, Sociol. & Anthr. at no pay to teach in Nigeria effective 8/15/69 to 8/14/70
Richard P. Tucker, Asst. Prof. History at no pay to do research for a book effective 8/15/69 to 8/14/70

Transfers & changes in assignment:

Gottfried Brieger, Assoc. Prof. Chem, change leave dates from 12/13/69 to 4/21/70 - new date 4/30/69 at half pay
Walter S. Collins II - change assignment from Prof. Music and Dean Meadow Brook School of Music to Professor of Music
David STAFFORD, Asst. Mgr. AP-II Oakland Center - assignment change to Asst. Dir. AP-V Residence Halls at $9800, effective 5/1/69 salary division 50% #42009, 50% 42036.

Salary change:

Dmytro IJEWLIW, Assoc. Prof. Mod. Lang & Lit. from $10,900 to $11,400 effective 8/15/69

Promotions:

Charles Peter Lawes, from Instructor Math. to Asst. Prof. Math at $10,500 effective 6/1/69
Cherryl A. Wagner, from Instr. Classics at $9000 to Asst. Prof. Classics at $9500, effective 6/1/69

Appointments:

Brown, Judith K., Asst. Prof. Sociol & Anthr at $11,000, eff. 8/15/69
Freeman, Jerry Marshall, Instr. Mod. Lang. & Lit. at $9500, eff. 8/15/69
Immerwahr, John, Instr. Philosophy at $8700, eff. 8/15/69
Kaye, Christiane M., Instr. Mod. Lang. & Lit, at $8800, eff. 8/15/69 -8/14/71
Wu, Yel-Chiang, Asst. Prof. Math at $12,500, eff. 8/15/69

Personnel Recommendations

Establish an Accountant AP-TIT position in the Business Office for Food Service
Reclassify a Director of Residential Food Service AP-In to an Asst. Dir of Residence Halls AP-V position
Reclassify an Asst. Manager of Vandenberg Food Service AP-I to a Manager of Vandenberg Food Service AP-II
Establish a Tutorial Coordinator AP-I position in Special Projects.    (p.361)

GIFTS & GRANTS

Gift of a sofa, chair, coffee table, and lamp valued at $443.95 from Leonard T. Lewis of Bloomfield Hills to be used by the Meadow Brook Music Festival in the in the Pavilion's Green Room.

Grants to be used for scholarship purposes:

$400 from Ferro Corp. of Cleveland, Ohio, for acct #26731
$ 79 from the Pontiac Council of PTA's for acct #26759.

Chancellor's Club account #92201

$1000 from Mr. & Mrs. Don Ahrens of Bloomfield Hills
$1000 from Mr.& Mrs. Harty N. Wieting of Bloomfield Hills

Meadow Brook Festival account #42531

$200    Allied Supermarkets, Inc., Detroit
$250    Amer. Safety Equip. Corp. of Detroit
$50      Atwood Vacuum Machine Co. of Detroit
$100    Automotive Moulding Company of Warren
$100    Mr. & Mrs. Paul N. Averill of Bloomfield Hills
$200    Mr. & Mrs. Albert J. Berdis of     "              "
$100    Mr. & Mrs. Earl R. Bramblett       "              "
$100    Philip N. Buckminster, Royal Oak
$1000 The Budd Company, Detroit
$25      Mr. & Mrs. W. J. Cleary, Detroit
$100    Commercial Steel Treating Corp. of Detroit
$100    Walter B. Connolly, Grosse Pointe
$100    Dabco Frank Foundation, Inc.,Detroit
$100    Darin & Armstrong, Inc., Detroit
$100    Boyd P. Doty, Jr., Birmingham
$200    The Dow Chemical Co. Detroit
$100    The David and Edith Emerman Foundation, Inc. of Southfield
$150    Fayette Tubular Prod., Inc., Lathrup Village
$100    Mr. & Mrs. Joseph B. Folladori, Jr., Russiaville, Indiana
$100    The General Tire & Rubber Co. Southfield
$100    Mr. & Mrs. R. C. Gerstenberg, Bloomfield Hills
$100    Mr. & Mrs. John F. Gordon, Bloomfield Hills
$500    The Harlan Foundation of Southfield
$250    Hawthorne Metal Products Co., Royal Oak
$25      Helm, Inc., Detroit
$15      Mrs. Muir Hotchkiss, Grosse Pointe Farms
$100    Howard Contractors, Inc., Detroit
$10      H. M. Huenink, Taylor
$100    International Business Mach. Corp., Detroit
$100    Mrs. Earle F. Johnson, Detroit
$100    Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Kemp, Grosse Pointe Shores
$100    Keystone Metal Moulding Co., Detroit
$100    Maurice Klein, Detroit
$100    Kurtz Steel, Detroit
$25      Lear Jet Stereo, Inc., Detroit
$50      Mr. & Mrs. Wilber H. Mack, Grosse Pointe Farms
$25      Mr. & Mrs. Ross L. Malone, New York City
$100    Midwest Export-Import Company, Detroit
$2000 The National Bank of Detroit
$20      Mr. & Mrs. R. J. Nuffer, Birmingham
$100    Peracchio Association, Inc., Detroit
$500    Pontiac State Bank
$10     John H. Potter, Grosse Pointe Farms
$100   John J. Riccardo, Birmingham
$100   Mr. & Mrs. Ross Roy, Grosse Pointe
$50     Mr. & Mrs. John H. Sherf, Dearborn
$100   Mr. & Mrs. Richard Strickland, Birmingham
$10     Mr. & Mrs. Russell S. Strickland, Bloomfield Hills
$200   Ternes Steel Co., Roseville
$100   Touche, Ross, Bailey & Smart, Detroit
$100   Trim Trends, Inc., Clawson
$250   Young & Rubicam, Inc., Detroit
$500   Uniroyal Foundation of Allen Park
$200   Visi-Trot Engineering Co., Detroit
$25      Carl A. Warnock, Birmingham

On motion by Mr. Nisbet, seconded by Mr. Thompson, it was voted to approve the Oakland University items.

Adjourned at 5:05 p.m.

Next meeting of the Board of Trustees is scheduled for June 20, 1969. (p.362)


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