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Lexington, Ky.
Subscription Price $1.00 a Year ,
Edit0r’s 0Hice: W'end0ver, Kentucky 41775 }
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   CONTENTS
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( i ARTICLE AUTHOR PAGE
‘\ Annual Report 2
Family Nurse Practitioner
Project: Progress Report 31
. Field Notes 54
  Hospital Hill Inside Back
Cover
How Not To Spend A Summer Ellen Howard 25
In Memoriam—Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Bright 34
` Mary Breckinridge Hospital:
7 Progress Report 21
  On The Double Anne DeT. Boyer 29
    Old Courier News 27
J   Old Staff News 37
l   Summer Seminars P. G. E. 35
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    The Christmas Preview (Illus.) 22
  Q The Impact of the "Family Planning
i § Services and Population Research
Act of 1970" on the Population of
I. the United States Louis M . H ellmuln, M .D. 40
§ 1 BRIEF Brrs
` Be Good To The Little People The Colonial Crier 51
{EF Foundation Contributed 23
git Franklin And The Gulf Stream The Colonial Crier 24
Pfc Greetings E. H. M. 52
{ Hedgehog Hangover The Countryman 30
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1 Readers’ Motoring Tales-149 The Countryman 59
‘ l Suffering Dad Modern Maturity 24
j The Art Of Advertising In 1800 The Colonial Crier 36
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 2 FRONTIER NURSING SERVICE
 
FORT Y-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT $‘“
of the I ,
FRONTIER NURSING SERVICE, Incorporated ,
for the Fiscal Year
May 1, 1970 to April 30, 1971
PREFACE
As has been our custom since we were one year old, we
present our annual report of the fiscal affairs and of the field of
operations of the Frontier Nursing Service, Incorporated.
We have, as in previous years, divided our report into two
sections. One section is about money, and one section about
work. A
Under the heading of Conclusion, we tell something of what
the year has meant to us. ’
 
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FISCAL REPORT
The figures that follow are taken from the Balance Sheet, ·
the Exhibits and Schedules of the Audit for the fiscal year which I
ended April 30, 1971.

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{ OWENS, POTTER & HISLE
_}_ Certified Public Accountants
S V` 2228 Young Drive ·“
i Lexington, Kentucky 40505
N June 24, 1971
To The Officers and Trustees
Frontier Nursing Service, Incorporated
Lexington, Kentucky
Ladies and Gentlemen:
We have examined the balance sheet of the Frontier Nursing
Service, Incorporated as of April 30, 1971, and the related state-
ments of income and expense and changes in surplus for the
fiscal year then ended. Our examination was made in accordance
with generally accepted auditing standards, and accordingly in-
cluded such tests of the accounting records and such other audit-
ing procedures. as we considered necessary in the circumstances.
 T? In our opinion the accompanying financial statements pre-
  sent fairly the financial position of Frontier Nursing Service,
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,  Incorporated as of April 30, 1971, and the results of its opera-
tions for the year then ended, in conformity with generally
accepted accounting principles.
‘ Owens, Potter & Hisle
OWENS, POTTER & install

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BALANCE SHEET  ‘
April 30, 1971 and 1970 Q.
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A S S E T S ”
CURRENT ASSETS: 1971 1970
Cash on Hand and in Bank .............v....................... ~ ......................... $ 63,172 $ 92,671 ’
Accounts Receivable: *
Trust Fund Income ....................v>................,............................... 8,296 2,429
Hospital and Pharmacy Accounts ...................A......................_. 253,323 172,127
Less: Allowance for Uncollectible Accounts ....,,,................. (97,701) (65,180) 1
Accounts Receivab1e——Medicare ................ - .............,..,........,.......... 56,772 66,627 `
Accounts Receivable—Home Health .................................,........,. 18,023 -0-
Note Receivable .................................................................................. -0- 1,000 `
Inventory—Supplies .......................................................................... 42,821 40,507 ‘
Prepaid Expenses ............................................................................... 6,544 3,328
Total Current Assets ......1...............................»........................... $ 351,250 $ 313,509
TRUST FUND INVESTMENTS AT ORIGINAL COST: (Schedule A-1)
First Security National Bank and Trust Company,
Lexington, Ky ..........,..............................,................................,.... $2,049,130 $2,014,853
Liberty National Bank and Trust Co., Louisville, Ky ............... 85,361 85,332
Morgan Guaranty Bank and Trust Co., New York, N. Y .,....... 229,233 229,233 ·
Bankers Trust of New York, New York ...................................... 204,311 203,287
Citizens Fidelity Bank and Trust Company, Louisville, Ky ..... 175,000 175,000 `
Total Trust Investments ............................................................ $2,743,035 $2,707,705
PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENT:
Property and Equipment (Schedule A-2) ........,........................... $1,098,134 $ 838,273 V
Less: Accumulated Depreciation .................................................. (127,148) (97,110)  
Total Property and Equipment .........l...................................... $ 970,986 $ 741,163 l;.
OTHER ASSETS: ,`
Mary Breckinridge Hospital and Development Fund ................ $2,728,936 $2,516,898
Deferred Interest .......................................... - .................................... 1,081 -0-
Total Other Assets ...................................................................... $2,730,017 $2,516,898
TOTAL ASSETS ................................................ . .......................l............ $6,795,288 $6,279,275 ,

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. _ LIABILITIES AND SURPLUS
 = (EXHIBIT A)
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_ CURRENT LIABILITIES: 1971 1970
4 Accounts Payable ................................................................................. $ 77,143 $ 27,771
A Accrued Payroll .............,..........................,___...............,........................ 10,527 16,805
, Payroll Taxes Payable ........................................................................ 2,744 10,918
` Notes Payable ..............................................__ - ......,,................l............. 3,183 -0-
Total Current Liabilities ......................l..........................,..r.....,... $ 93,597 $ 55,494
RESERVES:
Liabilities for Contributions to Mary Breckinridge
Hospital and Development Fund ,.,.................,..........»................ $3,272,688 $2,798,997
Liability for Gain or Loss on Investment
of Mary Breckinridge Hospital and Development Fund ....,... 31,398 31,398
Liability for Gifts, Endowments, Legacies in Trust Funds
at Original Receipt Value (Schedule A-3) ......... - ......»............... 2,455,691 2,412,859
Reserve for Gain or Loss on Trust Funds ...,,.......................»......... 401,066 407,559
  Total Reserves ___,..___......_,..._____.__,.__...,___,._.........l............................ $6,160,843 $5,650,813
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SURPLUS: ...,.................................._.,.......,._......,.,...........,........,,.,,....,..l...... $ 540,848 $ 572,968
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND SURPLUS ....l.,.............................. . ...... $ 542,213 $ 572,968

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STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENSE  
For the Years Ended April 30, 1971 and 1970 _
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(EXHIBIT B)  
1971 1970
INCOME:
Contributions .................................................,................i.................i..... $ 294,554 $222,661
Benefits and Bargain Box ».....,...,........,_.....,.,......,......._..,.._....,.,..,...... 13,500 11,095
Gifts in Kind ........................r........».....»........._..............__..._..._.......__...___. 12,371 5,085
Trust Fund Investment Income ........I............................................... 142,181 147,617
Hospital Income ...........................,,......._............................................... 228,169 235,632
Clinic and Home Health Income ................................................,....... 90,264 67,631
Other Income (Schedule B-1) .,........».....».....,..._._,__,....._.,_.....,......._.... 212,184 115,580
$ 993,223 $805,301
EXPENSES:
General and Administrative (Schedule B-2) .._....____._________________,__,_ $ 252,241 $264,748
Graduate School of Midwifery .............................................,.,...,...,., 47,961 36,480
Home Health Centers .........................,.....,.......................................... 134,800 104,705
Hospital Expenses ......................................... . ..A.......................>............ 590,341 409,920
Total Expenses ...r.,.,........»............................................................... $1,025,343 $815,853
EXPENSES IN EXCESS OF INCOME ._..,.____...,_.,_____,_____,,________ _ _____, $ 32,120 $ 10,552
STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN SURPLUS ci
May 1, 1970 to April 30, 1971 ,
(EXHIBIT C) A
SURPLUS BALANCE-—MAY 1, 1970 ___,A_,____,_____,____,,__,______________,__________________________________ $572,968
LESS: NET LOSS FOR YEAR ........__,.,._,4,,.___.___,_,________,____,___,______________________________________ 32,120
SURPLUS BALANCE#APRIL 30, 1971 ______._,...A.__,________________________________________________,____ $540,343

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  STATEMENT OF SOURCE AND APPLICATION OF FUNDS
 
_ For the Year Ended April 30, 1971
(l (EXHIBIT D)
V FUNDS WERE PROVIDED BY:
Net Loss Per Income Statement ..........t......A.............,.......4..,..........._... $(32,120)
Add: Charge to Income Not Requiring Funds-
Depreciation .................................,,.....................,......_..,........... 39,630 $ 7,510
Increase in Total Funds Reserved .................................,...............c................t........... 510,029
Decrease in Working Capital ..............,.................._.._..............,.................................. 362
Total Funds Provided ............,...................,.............t...............,................,.......................... $517,901
FUNDS VVERE APPLIED TO:
Purchase of Property and Equipment ..........................,.........r...............................,. $269,452
· Increase Mary Breckinridge Hospital and Development Fund .....,........A........... 212,038
_ Increase in Trust Fund Investments .......................................................................... 35,330
Increase in Deferred Interest .,...,....................,...................,....,....................,............. 1,081
Total Funds Applied ....................rr.............._,,_l..._.._...............,.........._................................. $517,901
, SCHEDULE OF WORKING CAPITAL
» Working Capital
, 1971 1970 Increase Decrease
, CURRENT ASSETS:
· Cash ................................................................. - .... $ 63,172 $ 92,671 $ $29,499
Accounts Receivable .......................................... 238,713 176,003 62,710
7 Note Receivable .......................r.......................... -0- 1,000 1,000
‘ Inventory .........................._.....,........,................,.». 42,821 40,507 2,314
Prepaid Expenses ..........r.................».................. 6,544 3,328 3,216
$351,250 $313,509
_· CURRENT LIABILITIES:
, Accounts Payable .,...............................,............. $ 77,143 $ 27,771 49.372
`S Accrued Salaries ................................................. 10,527 16,805 6,278
Payroll Taxes Payable ..,...,...............................r 2,744 10,918 8,174
Note Payable ....................................................... 3,183 -0- 3,183
_ $ 93,597 $ 55,494
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) Working Capital ....,._.,......._.......__...........r................. $257,653 $258,015
‘ Decrease in Working Capital .........,............,..........,......»..................,............   362
5 $83,054 $83,054
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, PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENT
.   April 30, 1970 and 1971
N (SCHEDULE A-2)
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LAND AND BUILDINGS: ' °' °""
Hyden Hospital Center .............................. $193,699 $ 7,385 8 201,084 $ -0-
Sophronia Brooks Apartments ................ 10,786 60,318 71,104 711
Mary Breckinridge Hospital .................... 167,969 148,604 316,573 -0-
Haggin Quarters for Nurses .................... 59,320 -0- 59,320 -0-
Wendover District .........................i............. 92,227 -0- 92,227 -0-
Georgia Wright Clearing .......................... 4,836 -0- 4,836 -0-
Beech Fork District .................................... 11,461 -0- 11,461 -0-
, Red Bird District ................................-....... 14,547 -0- 14,547 -0-
Flat Creek District .................-.................. 12,547 -0- 12,547 -0-
Brutus District ............................................ 12,041 -0- 12,041 -0-
Wolf Creek District .................................... 39,201 -0- 39,201 -0-
` Totals .....................................................,.-. $618,634 $216,307 $ 834,941 $ 711
EQUIPMENT:
Home Health ............................,...............,... $ 350 $ 746 $ 1,096 $ 145
Hyden Health Center ................................ 26,227 9,248 35,475 2,836
Wendover District ...................................... 2,300 557 2,857 257
Beech Fork District .................................... 665 181 846 76
Red Bird District .................,...................... 2,256 182 2,438 235
· Flat Creek District ...i................................ 583 181 764 67
Brutus District .....-.-...,.....-......................-... 1,432 182 1,614 152
Wolf Creek District ...............................,.... 1,148 181 1,329 124
Georgia Wright Clearing .......................... 252 -0- 252 25
Household—All Centers ...........,..........,...... 19,340 1,355 20,695 4,004
· Dispensary-—All Centers ........................... 8,715 194 8,909 1,762
Radio System ...........,.......,........................... 27,761 3,167 30,928 2,934
Pharmacy Equipment ................................. 1,581 -0- 1,581 316
Totals ......................................................... $ 92,610 $ 16,174 $ 108,784 $12,933
J OTHER:
,$ Motion Picture Equipment ..............-.......-. $ 659 $ -0- $ 659 $ 132
I Motion Picture "The Road" ...................... 35,961 -0- 35,961 7,192
Office Equipment ......................................... 36,535 6,770 43,305 7,984
  Equipment for Horses ................................ 165 -0- 165 25
y Motor Vehicles ....................................... . ...... 52,224 20,610 72,834 10,367
Horses _._,............,........................................... 1,410 -0- 1,410 282
· Cattle .......................-..................................... 75 -0— 75 4
V Totals ___________.__,_____...........,_,....................... $127,029 $ 27,380 $ 154,409 $25,986
’ GRAND TOTALS _____.._..,...,............................ $838,273 $259,861 $1,098,134 $39,630

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STATEMENT OF RESERVE FOR TRUST FUNDS  4
AT ORIGINAL COST '
April 30, 1970 and 1971 (
(SCHEDULE A-3 —- Page 1)
April 30, Additions April 30,
1970 During Year 1971
DESIGNATED FUNDS—INCOME
UNRESTRICTED:
Marion E. Taylor Memorial ............................................ $ 10,000 $ $ 10,000
Fanny Norris Fund .............>...........................I...».............. 10,000 10,000
Marie L. Willard Legacy ...............».................................. 3,127 3,127
Mrs. Charles H. Moorman Fund .......... . ......................... 1,100 1,100
Lillian F. Eisaman Legacy ............»................................. 5,000 5,000
Lt. John M. Atherton Memorial .........l..............,............. 1,000 1,000
Mrs. Morris B. Belknap Fund ........................................ 26,375 26,375 ,
Elisabeth Ireland Fund .................................................... 22,458 22,458
Elizabeth Agnes Alexander Legacy ..............l.......,....... 5,000 5,000
Richard D. McMahon Legacy .......................................... 943 943
Mrs. W. Rodes Shackelford in Memory
of Her Two Children ...................................................... 15,000 15,000 ‘
Hattie M. Strong Memorial ...............,............................ 10,000 10,000
Beulah Bruce Brennan Memorial .................................. 2,000 2,000
Anna R. Gooch Memorial ................................................ 16,625 16,625
Jeannie B. Trull Legacy .................................................... 33,253 33,253 `
Frances Kendall Ross Legacy ...........l..........................,. 17,100 17,100
Elizabeth Sherman Lindsay Memorial ........................l. 5,000 5,000
Helen N. and Beatrice A. Wilson Fund ........................ 10,000 10,000
Sophia Cogswell Stiger Memorial ........,......................... 23,401 23,401
Dr. Charles N. Kavanaugh Memorial ............................ 1,000 1,000
Margaret C. Breckinridge Legacy ...............................,.. 3,000 3,000
Mary Hallock Armstrong Legacy ...............................,.. 2,000 2,000
Winifred Irene Leckie Memorial .................................... 1,000 1,000
Lena G. Anderson Legacy .............................................. 7,223 7,223
Lisette Hast Legacy .......................................................... 10,944 10,944
Edward S. Jouett Legacy ................................................ 1,000 1,000 ·
Herman Bowmar Fund .................................................... 1,000 1,000
Mrs. Henry James Legacy .............................................. 5,000 5,000
Jean Hollins Memorial Fund .......................................... 5,286 5,286
Anne Steele Wilson Memorial ................................,....... 2,888 50 2,938
Mary Churchill Hmnphrey Fund .................................... 1,001 1,001 ,
Mrs. Bissell Carey Legacy .............................................. 5,000 5,000 ‘
Dr. John M. Bergland Memorial .................................... 1,000 1,000 ,
Edward C. Wilson Legacy ................................................ 49,250 49,250 `
Ann Allen Danson Fund .................................................. 3,432 3,432 •
Helen Rochester Rogers Legacy .................................... 5,000 5,000  {
Virginia Branham Memorial .....,...................................... 12,804 1,145 13,949 .
Mrs. Herman F. Stone Fund ........................................,... 2,000 2,000 ·
Annie Wallingford Anderson Memorial .......__...._....,,.... 5,100 5,100
Mrs. Edna C. Lapham Fund ............................................ 15,250 15,250
Edith M. Douglas Legacy ................................................ 10,000 10,000 :
Adeline Shaw Martindale Legacy .................................. 82,718 32,713
Flora G. Fletcher Legacy ................................................ 39,753 39,753 ·
Fannie B. Mcllvain Memorial ........................................ 3,015 3,015 3

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. STATEMENT OF RESERVE FOR TRUST FUNDS
‘ AT ORIGINAL COST
` April 30, 1970 and 1971
` (SCHEDULE A-3 — Page 2)
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DESIGNATED FUNDS—IN COME UN RESTRICTED:
Catharine Mellick Gilpin and Roger D.
. Mellick Memorial .........i.........,..................................,,,,__ $ 5,176 3; 120 1; 5,296
William Nelson Fant, Jr. Memorial ................._._,_,_______ 73,350 78,350
Lucie Wilshire Graharn Memorial .......,......__._,,_,..________ 10,623 1,339 12,517
Mrs. Abigail Hodges Trust ...........................,......,.___,._____ 1,000 1,000
Anna Marshall Miller .................................,.._,_____,_,__________ . 25,450 25,450
_ Elizabeth B. Perkins Legacy ..........l...............,.._..__________ 152,972 152,972
, Eliza Davitt Hartley Legacy ........................._..,_..__,_____,, 150,000 150,000
Q Cordie M. Williams Legacy ...... . .......................,_,,,___________ 453,254 458,254
Margaret H. T. Hunt for Caroline
H. P. Thornton Memorial .........................____..________,____ 1,000 1,000
Anonymous (Bankers Trust Co., N. Y. Trustee) ........ 137,496 137,496
Marion S. D. Belknap ................................................_,____ 175,000 175,000
Elizabeth M. Anderson Memorial ..................,.....____._____ 4,339 4,839
Elizabeth Canby Bradford duPont Memorial _,,___________ 40,000 40,000
Louie A. Hall Legacy in Memory of
Sophronia Brooks ........................................ . ..........._,__._._ 66,334 (40,0001 26,834
TOTALS·—DE SIGN ATED FUN DS—
INCOME UNRESTRICTED ........................................ $1,774,595 $(11,346) $1,763,249
DESIGNATED FUNDS—INCOME RESTRICTED:
Norah Oliver Shoemaker Memorial Baby’s Crib ........ $ 5,000 3 gg 5,000
Children’s Christmas Fund in Memory of
Barbara Brown .........................................................___.__ 1,000 1,000
Donald R. McLennan Memorial Bed ...................____._.__ 12,750 12 750
, Margaret A. Pettit Legacy .............................._.__..____,___ 1,954 1’054
1 Jane Short Atwood Legacy ....................................._.__.__ 7,500 7,500
, Mrs. John W. Price, Jr. Fund ....................................._____ 10,300 10,800
1 Winfield Baird Foundation ................... . ............._..._._______ 105,000 105,000
1 Mrs. Henry Shipman Legacy .............................._.__________ 24,393 24,398
_ ; Wilson Neel Memorial Baby’s Crib ............... . ..........,..___ 952 10 ,962
1 ( Jessie Preston Draper Memorial No. 1 ........................ 15,000 15 000
1 , Jessie Preston Draper Memorial No. 2 ....................._.. 185,000 185,000
1 _` Joan Glancy Memorial Baby’s Crib ...........................__. 5,000 5'000
1 1 Isabella George Jeffcott Memorial .........................._,___. 2,500 2,500
1 % Belle Barrett Hughitt Memorial ................................._._ 17,000 17,000
1 Eliza Thackara Memorial ........................................_..,.___ 4,222 4’222
1 · Bettie Starks Rodes Memorial Baby’s Crib, ’
1 John Price Starks Memorial Baby’s Crib .........._._... 10,000 10 000
1 ` Mary Ballard Morton Memorial Wing. .................._._____ 35,251 851251
g TOTAL—DESIGNATED FUNDS-
1 i INCOME RESTRICTED ........l..................................._. $ 493,327 $ 10 $ 493,337
2 1 *—*   ——

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STATEMENT OF RESERVE FOR TRUST FUNDS  ·
AT ORIGINAL COST  I
April 30, 1970 and 1971
(SCHEDULE A-3 —— Page 3)  I
April 30, Additions April 30, ‘
1970 During Year 1971
RESERVE ACCOUNTS—INCOME UNRESTRICTED: .
Mrs. Louise D. Crane .........................I.............................. $ 4,000 $ $ 4,000 '
Mrs. Frederic Moseley Sackett ........................................ 10,000 10,000
Mrs. Eliza A. Browne ........................................................ 16,000 16,000 _
Winfield Baird Fund ..........i..............A................»............. 550 550 ;
Lillie McGinness .............,................................. . .................. 4,797 4,797
Harriet H. Grier .......,......r..........,..................................r... 5,000 5,000
Maurice S. Miller .............................................................. 5,000 5,000
Leila A. Morgan ................................................................ 5,000 5,000 ‘
Eliza Davids .................................l....................................... 6,000 6,000
Bertha G. Wood .................................................................. 13,029 13,029
Doris A. Farrington .......................................................... 4,920 4,920
Mrs. E. A. Codman ............................................................ 2,000 2,000 j
Mrs. Irving E. Raymond .................................................. 4,000 4,000 `
Mrs. George M. ToeWater ................................................ 12,418 12,418
Mrs. Oswald Villard ........................................................... 1,000 1,000
Leila M. Weeks .................................................................. 2,469 2,469 I
Frances Margaret Bradford ............................................ 5,000 5,000 .
William E. Brigham .......................................................... 10,000 10,000 A
Mrs. Polk Laffoon .............................................................. 1,000 1,000 _
Mrs. W. Garland Fay ........................................................ 1,000 1,000 ,
Mrs. Louise W. Breckinridge .......................................... 2,000 2,000 _
Elizabeth R. Hooker .......................................................... 5,000 5,000
Transfer from Trust Income Account .......................... 2,254 2,254
Mable H. Dwiggins ............................................................ 5,000 5,000
Margaret McLennan Morse .............................................. 5,000 5,000
George B. McLaughlin ...................................................... 2,500 2,500
May Kirtland ....................................................................... 5,000 5,000
Rosamond B. Rheault ...................................................... 5,000 5,000
Mrs. Harriett D. Cummings ............................................ -0- 1,000 1,000
Annette VanBezey .......................................... - .................. -0- 1,000 1,000 Q
Elsie Foerderer .................................................................... -0- 2,000 2,000 ,
Ernestine M. McPherson .................................................. -0- 9,270 9,270 §
Frances K. M. Bowdoin .................................................... -0- 5,000 5,000 Q
Edna Patten Jennings ...................................................... -0- 27,500 27,500 M 
Franklin Bruce McKillip ................................................... -0- 7,398 7,398 l
Katherine B. Tower .......................................................... -0- 1,000 1,000 ‘
TOTALS—RESERVE ACCOUNTS- ,
INCOME UNRESTRICTED ........................................ $ 144,937 $ 54,168 $ 199,105
Sub Total .................................................................................. $2,412,859 $ 42,832 $2,455,691
Capital Gain or Loss on Trust Funds .............................. 407,559 (6,493) 401,066 ·
TOTAL RESERVE FOR TRUST FUNDS .................. $2,820,418 $ 36,339 $2,856,757 ‘

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 ` SCHEDULE OF OTHER INCOME
 I For the Years Ended April 30, 1971 and 1970
, (SCHEDULE B-1) 1971 1970
Louie A. Hall Legacy ..............................v..........,........................................ $ 40,000 $ 30,000
· { U. S. Grant Proceeds ......................»......................,.................................... 89,527 48,689
` Telephone Refunds ............................................,......l................................... 3,673 2,980
 ' Vending Machine Commissions ..»........,.....,.»,........................................... -0- 505
Graduate School of Midwifery ........,.................................,......,................ 10,386 11,236
‘ Employee and Guest Meals ..,...................................,.............................»... 22,639 22,301
Rent Income .............,......................_.............,__,..,......................................... 988 1,188
_ Royalties and Miscellaneous Sales .................,..................,..................... 1,163 824
Interest Received ..........................,.......................i.................,................,,... 269 125
' Pharmacy Income .»,.,.........................................,..,................._......._............ 39,887 (4,631)
Other Miscellaneous Income ............,............................,.,............»............. 3,652 2,363
; Total Other Income ..............,.....,............»...,.......,,............................. $212,184 $115,580
= SCHEDULE OF ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSE
For the Years Ended April 30, 1971 and 1970
(SCHEDULE B-2) 1971 1970
l , Sa1a1y—Director ............,......................,............. - ..».»....»......,.............,......».... $ 11,999 $ 6,000
I = SalaryrSecretary to Director ..............................,.................,>.>.>,............. 5,310 4,620
, Salary—Accounting Department .......,.........................l...........>.................. 8,795 10,657
; Salary—Clerical and Stenographic ............,................................».............. 39,492 37,210
, V Salary—Dietary ...A.......................,......................................»....,..............,....... 7,461 6,815
’ Other Salaries and Wages .............r.............,..............».......................,....... 36,097 30,777
) j Travel Expense ......................r.r.......,,.,...........,....,,....r....,.,............................. 458 760
, Office Supplies ....,............r...........................,...._........,...............»...,................» 8,107 5,673
) ‘ Telephone and Telegraph ...................,.............................................r.......... 3,211 2,895
) ‘ Auto Expense ..............l......r........l..