. ` RR. M;. Fred Hughes Employed Janitor USNR
Mr. Fred Hughes was employed Janitor
" USNR at a salary of $70.00 per month, beginning
February l, 1945.
· 4 ss. Q. Herman Coursev Employed Janitor USNR I
Mr. Herman Coursey was employed as
Janitor USNR at a salary of $70.00 per month,
· effective February 9, 1943. V
TT. Ng; Vocational Education Plan Changed; Vocational
· ·Educat1on Division pj Department pf Education
Pays salaries @ Training Program »
Heretofore the NYA Vocational Education
plan for the War Training Program has provided that
the Teacher Foremen be-paid on a split payroll
basis, the college being reimbursed by the Voca-
tional Education Division of the State Department
of Educatron for the portion of salaries paid.
Recently, however; this plan of management has _
been changed; and the payroll for these Teacher ,
. Foremen is now prepared and·subm1tted by this
college and paid by the Vocational Education
Division of the Department of Education as a 4
part of its War Training Program, thereby ‘
relieving the college budget of the payment of
the following salaries, as of February 1, 1945: _
Mr. Norman B. Wofford $$100.00 per mo. I
Mr. Truman E. Turner 100.00 per mo.
Mr. William O. Jones 100.00 per mo.
Mr. Roby T. Robertson 100.00 per mo.
V. Q. §. Naval Flight Preparatory School ·
The U. S. Naval Flight Preparatory School has been ¤
. on our campus since the sixth day of January. since
March 4 they have had the full complement of six hundred '
cadets. Everything is moving smoothly with this organ-
ization. Of course, there are the expected irrltatlons;
but they are not at all serious. Our commission costs
have been paid, except those for which the work has
not yet been completed. We were long delayed in getting
our contract from the Navy, and delayed nearly ninety
days in getting our first money; but since that time
the money has been paid in promptly; and·from here out
I expect no unreasonable delays of that character. · ·
The contract which we negotiated with the Navy, in the 4
main, has been satisfactory. On one or two points,
however, experience proves that we are not being paid
enough on certain items; and under the provisions of
the contract, we have a rlght to re-negotiate this
contract, which we are now doing. I shall not go into _
details regarding this matter; but I will ask Mr.
· · Wrather, whom I have appointed to deal with the Navy, `
to make a statement regarding these negotiations.
VI. Fine Arts Building
. On April 28 the W. P. A. will quit work on the
Fine Arts Build1ng.· This building, of course, ls not
. yet completed. You are familiar with the various `
` handicaps under which we have labored in its construe- .
tion; and I shall not burden you with the details ln