01/12/1968

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
January 12-13, 1968








1-12-1968

Pages 343-369

BOARD OF REGENTS

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA

January 12-13, 1968



The Board of Regents met in regular session in the President's

Office, Reno Campus, on Friday, January 12 and Saturday, Janu-

ary 13, 1968.



Members present: Dr. Fred M. Anderson, Chairman

Mr. Thomas Bell

Mr. Harold Jacobsen

Mr. Procter Hug, Jr.

Mrs. Richard Magee

Mr. Paul Mc Dermott

Mr. R. J. Ronzone

Mr. Albert Seeliger

Dr. Juanita White



Members absent: Mr. Archie C. Grant

Dr. Louis Lombardi



Others present: Acting President Neil D. Humphrey

Chancellor N. Edd Miller, U. N.

Chancellor Donald C. Moyer, N. S. U.

Vice President Wendell Mordy, D. R. I.

Edward L. Pine, Acting Business Manager,

Director of Physical Plant, U. N.

Raymond L. Finehout, Director of Development,

U. N.

William Hancock, Director, State Planning Board

Daniel Walsh, Chief Deputy Attorney General

James Sharp, Director, Nevada State Advisory

Committee for Higher Education Planning



The meeting was called to order by Chairman Anderson at 11:30

A.M.



1. Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting



Upon motion by Mr. Mc Dermott, seconded by Mr. Hug, the

minutes of the meeting of December 9, 1967 were approved

as distributed.



2. Plant and Property



Mr. Pine was requested to present the following items:



(a) Lenhoff Property - Mr. Pine reported that an appraisal

of $5400 had been received on this property. (The

property has been offered to the University at a

purchase price of $675 per acre or $27,000.)



Acting President Humphrey recommended that the Adminis-

tration be authorized to counter offer at $5400 and if

the offer is not accepted to proceed through the At-

torney General's Office to exercise the right of emi-

nent domain. He suggested that funding be set aside

for the acquisition costs, including the appraisal

fee, by using unrestricted funds representing earnings

from oil leases given to the University by Mr. and Mrs.

Leslie Farrington ($2862), and the balance to be pro-

vided from the Board of Regents Special Projects Ac-

count.



Motion by Mr. Seeliger, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, car-

ried by roll call vote that the above recommendation

be approved.



(b) Mr. Pine reported that the appraisal on the Bradley

and Drendel property, authorized by the Board at its

November meeting, was not complete. A report and

recommendation will be made at the February meeting.



(c) Football Locker Room Addition, NSU Gymnasium - Mr.

Pine reported that the following bids had been re-

ceived for a 16' x 89' addition to the NSU Gymnasium:



J. A. Tiberti $17,400

Claude Cooke Construction 19,754

Rem Construction 19,857



Mr. Pine recommended that the low bid of J. A. Tiberti

be accepted, with the funds to come from the NSU Foot-

ball Gifts account which presently has a balance of

$25,000. Mr. Humphrey concurred.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott,

carried by roll call vote that the above recommenda-

tion be approved and the contract drawn to accomplish

the work.



(d) Buildings and Grounds Facility, NSU - Mr. Humphrey

explained that if this facility is authorized by the

Legislature it need not by law be handled by the

State Planning Board. However, he recommended that

the Board of Regents invite the State Planning Board

to supervise this project and to provide architectural

and engineering services from the Planning Board staff.



Motion by Mr. Ronzone, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried

without dissent that the above recommendation be

approved.



(e) Bureau of Land Management - In response to a request

by the Board at the December meeting, Mr. Pine sub-

mitted the following status report on Bureau of Land

Management lands in which the University has expressed

interest:



The University of Nevada has placed holds on the fol-

lowing lands with the above mentioned agency:



Nevada Southern Campus Area



a. Township 22 South, Range 60 East, 2 miles West

of Arden.



In Section 22, 160 acres.

In Section 28, 300 acres.



b. Township 22 South, Range 59 East, East of Blue

Diamond and 2 miles south of the Blue Diamond

Mines. All unpatented land in Sections 8, 9, 16

and 17, approximately 1800 acres.



c. Township 19 South, Range 62 East, approximately

4 miles Northwest of Nellis Air Base.



Section 20, 300 acres.



d. Township 20 South, Range 60 East, approximately

4 miles West of Thunderbird Field.



Section 16, 320 acres.



e. Township 22 South, Range 63 East, approximately

3 miles Northeast of Henderson.



Section 10, 640 acres.



There is now pending before the above Department a

request to lease 4800 acres of land, at 25 cents per

year per acre, east of North Las Vegas. This applica-

tion is N-1793. This land lies 8 miles directly east

of College Avenue and U. S. 93 intersection. This

land is between Sunrise and Frenchman Mountains. The

decision as to the land was resolved by Dr. Moyer and

in cooperation with his staff.



The requests concerning Wallace and Carpenter Canyons

on Mt. Charleston were dropped in 1964 when many

problems arose concerning the Forest Service, Taylor

Grazing permits and applications filed by County and

State for various purposes, including parks.



There has been no resolvement as to requests for land

on the Big Bend section of the Colorado River south

of Bullhead City. Currently there are no requests to

the Department of the Interior or the Colorado River

Commission requesting the reserving or holding of any

lands.



Reno Campus Area



No requests have been made either for lease or holds

on federally owned lands in this area. There has

been expressed by the Whittell Forest (Little Valley)

a desire to acquire approximately 1240 additional

acres. However, this land is owned either by private

individuals or other agencies of the federal govern-

ment. There is no open land in the area.



It was agreed that the staff would investigate the

availability of other BLM lands, particularly in

the northern area of the State, and would have an

additional report ready for the Board in approximate-

ly two months.



(f) University Village - Mr. Pine reported that bids were

opened on January 11 to provide emergency exit doors

in the married student housing area. Bids were re-

ceived as follows:



Roland Flyge $3,330

A. S. Johnson 4,770

Leonard Smith Construction 5,100

John H. Graham Construction Company 6,028

Helman Construction 6,960



Mr. Pine recommended the low bid of Roland Flyge

be accepted. Mr. Humphrey concurred.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Seeliger,

carried by roll call vote that the above recom-

mendation be approved and the contract drawn to

accomplish the work.



(g) H. E. W. Facility Program - Mr. Humphrey recommended

that, as Acting President, he be designated as the

authorized representative of the University of Nevada

System, retroactive to November 1, 1967, in all mat-

ters relating to facility grant and loan programs ad-

ministered by the Office of Education, Department of

Health, Education and Welfare.



Motion by Mr. Ronzone, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen,

carried without dissent that the above recommendation

be approved.



(h) Miller Property, Reno - Mr. Humphrey reported that

Mr. George Miller has offered for sale to the Uni-

versity, at $140,000, or trade, 3 1/4 acres of land

between Nevada and Angel Streets, south of 11th

Street and north of the Knights of Pythias Cemetery.

The land is one block west of Sierra Street and not

contiguous to the Campus. Mr. Humphrey recommended

that the offer be rejected.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried

without dissent that the above recommendation be

approved.



(i) NSU Campus Union - Mr. Humphrey reported that Chan-

cellor Moyer has requested an interfund loan from the

Capital Improvement Fee Fund (NSU) to provide $37,500

to purchase fixtures and equipment for the NSU Campus

Union operational units (bookstore, games and snack

areas). Chancellor Moyer's proposal stipulated that

the loan would be without interest and would be repaid

over a 5-year period at the rate of $7641 per year.

Mr. Humphrey recommended the interfund loan be ap-

proved as requested.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, car-

ried without dissent that the above recommendation

be approved.



(j) Financing Authorized University Capital Improvements



(1) Physical Science Building, Phase I, U. N. - Mr.

Humphrey reported that the building is in the

final design stage and all funding is secured.

The University has received unofficial but ap-

parently accurate information that President

Johnson's domestic economy moves may bring about

a delay in this project. 1/3 of the financing

of this project is a Title I grant but apparently

USOE is refusing to authorize bidding on some

projects even though the grant has been awarded.



(2) Chemistry Building, NSU - Mr. Humphrey reported

that in September, 1967, the U. S. Office of

Education estimated that $622,336 would be

available to Nevada for 1967-68 under Title I

of the HEFA of 1963. This program had been

at about the $720,000 level previously. It

was learned last Fall that Title III loans (at

3%) would not be available for this project in

1967-68. On December 27, 1967, the University

was notified that due to President Johnson's

$4 billion reduction in domestic programs, the

Title I money for Nevada will be only $415,000

for 1967-68. Thus the project budget would be

as follows:



State G. O. Bonds

As of January 1967-% $ 392,500 25.0

Revised 12-27-67-% 392,500 25.0

Title I Grant

As of January 1967-% 523,000 33.3

Revised 12-27-67-% 412,000 26.4

Title III Loan

As of January 1967-% 654,500 41.7

Revised 12-27-67-% 0 0.0

NSU Revenue Bonds

As of January 1967-% 0 0.0

Revised 12-27-67-% 762,500 18.6

TOTAL

As of January 1967-% $1,570,000 100.0

Revised 12-27-67-% 1,570,000 100.0



Mr. Humphrey stated that although the Board has

authorized the Administration to request Governor

Laxalt to place on the Special Session agenda

legislation authorizing the sale of revenue bonds

for this project, the revenue bond market is not

encouraging. Burrows, Smith & Co. has notified

the University that it might have to pay 5.75% to

6% (6% is the legal maximum). Mr. Humphrey noted

that the 20 bond index of the Bond Buyers is at

4.45% which is the highest it has been in 33 1/2

years (it reached 5.69% May 1, 1933). Mr.

Humphrey suggested that the University's best

course of action is to continue to seek the

legislation which will permit the revenue bond

sale and watch the bond market for the most

advantageous time to sell the bonds. The

probable freeze of funds noted on the Physical

Science building, U. N., may also adversely af-

fect the Chemistry building.



(3) Performing Arts Building, NSU - The project

budget reviewed by the State Planning Board

and the 1967 Legislature was as follows:



State G. O. Bonds $ 207,500 15.6

Title I Grant 443,000 33.3

Gifts and Title III

Loan or Revenue Bonds 679,500 51.1

$1,330,000 100.0



Mr. Humphrey reported that in November, 1967,

Chancellor Moyer requested that the budget for

this project be increased to $2,300,000, as

follows:



State G. O. Bonds $ 207,500 9.0

Title I Grant 721,000 31.4

Gifts 750,000 32.6

NSU Revenue Bonds 621,500 27.0

$2,300,000 100.0



Mr. Humphrey noted that with the latest informa-

tion concerning a cut in Title I Grants for

1967-68 (and the present assumption that this

level would prevail in 1968-69), the budget for

this project, if Chancellor Moyer's requested

increase is approved, would have to be as fol-

lows:



State G. O. Bonds $ 207,500 9.0

Title I Grant 415,000 18.0

Gifts 750,000 32.6

NSU Revenue Bonds 927,500 40.4

$2,300,000 100.0



This matter was discussed by the President's

Advisory Cabinet and it was agreed that a scope

of work should be developed for a $2,300,000

project and submitted to the Board for approval.

Chancellor Moyer and Jim Daniels, architect for

the project, then presented preliminary sketches

and a rationale for the expanded scope of the

project.



Mr. Humphrey recommended that a $700,000 bond

issue be requested for the Chemistry building,

NSU ($62,500 to come from Capital Improvement

Fee Funds on hand) and a $930,000 bond issue be

requested for the Performing Arts Project (based

on the expanded budget). He added that every

effort will be made to secure a Title III Loan

for this project, and hopefully the Title I

Grants will be restored to their former level

by 1968-69.



The Board adjourned at this point with discussion to be resumed

following lunch.



The Board reconvened in regular session at 2:00 P.M. and the

following action was taken on the recommendations concerning the

Chemistry building and the Performing Arts Project.



Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen,

carried without dissent that the recommendations

of the Acting President be approved.



3. Chemistry Building, NSU, Architectural Competition



Mr. Hancock reported that the jury for the architectural

competition had met on January 8 and spent approximately

4 hours reviewing the work of the competing architects.

He added that he felt the competition was most successful

and reported that the jury had selected Jack Miller &

Associates as the winning architect.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott, carried

without dissent that the Board of Regents concur in the

selection of Jack Miller as the architect for the project

and approve the plans in their present stage.



4. Independent Auditors' Report for FY 1966-67



Mr. Humphrey introduced Mr. Lee Bergstrom and Mr. Dick

Maples from the firm of Kafoury, Armstrong, Bernard and

Bergstrom, and Mr. Henry Hattori, Controller, University

of Nevada, who were present to participate in the dis-

cussion concerning the auditors' report. After a thorough

discussion of the auditors' management letter, Mr. Humphrey

recommended that the Board accept the report and instruct

the Administration to continue working toward improvement

of the accounting system, especially in those problem

areas identified by the auditors.



Motion by Mr. Mc Dermott, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



5. Selection of Medical School Site



Chancellor Miller and Dr. George Smith, Acting Dean of the

Medical School, presented to the Board the results of a

study conducted by a Site Feasibility Survey Team con-

cerning the location of a proposed Medical School. The

Team considered several sites in the Reno area and recom-

mended that the School be located in the northeast section

of the Reno Campus.



Chancellor Miller, in endorsing the recommendation of the

Survey Team, emphasized that the location of the Medical

School on the Campus would in no way affect the relation

between the School and Washoe Medical Center.



Mr. Humphrey recommended that the Board approve a site

of approximately 10 acres in the northeast section of

the Campus and that future planning of that area take

this designation into consideration.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott, car-

ried without dissent that this proposed Campus site be

approved for the location of the Medical School.



6. Masters and Doctoral Degrees in Geophysics and Geochemistry



Chancellor Miller presented a proposal for master's and

doctoral degrees in Geophysics and Geochemistry within the

Geology-Geography Department in the Mackay School of Mines

and recommended approval by the Board.



Chancellor Miller noted that master's and doctorate programs

have already been authorized in this Department and this

proposal simply calls for a specialization within these

degree programs. The proposal for these programs was then

presented by Dean Vernon Scheid (basic data on programs on

file in President's Office). Approval was recommended by

Mr. Humphrey.



Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried with-

out dissent that the programs be approved as presented.



7. Ten Year Program Projections



Mr. Humphrey stated that the 10 year program projections

were ready for presentation and the Reno Campus program

would be presented first, to be followed on Saturday by

Desert Research Institute and Nevada Southern University.

He noted that the faculties have been occupied for the

past several months with the development of the 10 year

plans and pointed out that it was not intended that there

be at this point a financial interpretation of the pro-

posed program projections.



Mr. Humphrey recommended that the Board receive but not

approve these program projections and that work proceed

on the Ten Year Budget which is the financial interpreta-

tion of these plans. He added that when the Ten Year Budget

is completed, it will be submitted to the Board of Regents

for complete review, amendment if desired, and final

approval.



Chancellor Miller then presented the Ten Year Program

Projection for the University of Nevada (Reno). (Printed

material used for the presentation is on file in the Pres-

ident's Office.)



The meeting adjourned at 4:30 P.M. with a reminder that it

would reconvene at 9:00 A.M. Saturday to continue the agenda.



Saturday, January 13, 1968



The regular meeting of the Board of Regents continued on Saturday

with all Regents (except Grant and Lombardi) present, together

with Acting President Humphrey, Chancellors Miller and Moyer,

Vice President Mordy, Mr. Edward Pine, Mr. Daniel Walsh and Mr.

Raymond Finehout.



Before taking up the remaining agenda items, discussion was held

concerning the Ten Year Plan for the Reno Campus with Chancellor

Miller responding to several questions from the Board.



8. Ten Year Program Projection, Desert Research Institute



Vice President Mordy presented material setting forth the

assumptions upon which the growth and development of the

DRI will be based. (Printed material used for the pres-

entation is on file in the President's Office.)



9. Monthly Report of Gifts



Mr. Humphrey reported the following gifts and grants and

recommended their acceptance by the Board.



Reno Campus



Library



Dr. George Barnes, Reno - several books pertaining to

Physics and Geology.



Mr. William R. Filler, Burley, Idaho - his new book, "Where

There's Smoke".



Dr. R. C. Fuson, Reno - copy of "Proceedings of the Robert

A. Welch Foundation" and "Reaction Index of Organic Syn-

theses", to the Physical Sciences Library.



Dr. Lynn B. Gerow, Reno - $10 in memory of Dr. Peter

Frandsen.



Mr. Clark J. Guild, Jr., Reno - $10 in memory of Emeterio

Plaza.



Miss Margaret E. Hartman, Reno - $4 in memory of Thaddeus

N. Patton.



Mr. M. G. Hendricks, Washington, D. C. - $10 in memory

of Thaddeus N. Patton.



Mr. Alan Hensher, Lancaster, California - a copy of his

article, "Rhyolite Herald".



Mrs. A. L. Higginbotham, Reno - sound recordings entitled

"Land Grant College" made by Mr. Higginbotham in 1938 by

Station WJZ.



Mrs. Albert Hilliard, Reno - $500 in memory of Mr. Hilliard.



Mr. John E. Humphrey, Reno - inscribed copies of "America's

Sheep Trails", "Western Range Livestock Industry", "Western

Stock Ranching" and "Financing Farmer Cooperatives".



Dr. Louis Lomardi, Reno - $20 in memory of Mr. Jerry Tobin

and Mrs. Harry Ginsburg; and $45 to purchase Medical

School Library books in memory of Dr. Ross, Dr. Frandsen

and Mr. Gammick.



Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Myers, Reno - $5 in memory of Harry

Lausten.



Dr. Samuel Ornstein, Olympia, Washington - 4 books.



Mr. Neil W. Plath, Reno - the 2nd volume of "Emergence and

Growth of an Urban Region: The Developing Urban Detroit

Area".



Reno Executives Club, Reno - $5 in memory of Mrs. Marjorie

Lea Hudson.



Mr. Charles H. Russell, Carson City - papers and books be-

longing to his uncle, George B. Russell.



Mrs. Lalla Scott, Lovelock - her manuscript of "Karnes".



Mr. Albert Seeliger, Carson City - $7 in memory of Judge

Peter Breen.



Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stock, Reno - $6 in memory of Dr.

Burt Rice.



Dr. Edward Uhlan, New York - a copy of "My Lord and My

God", by Theodore Pitcairn.



Mr. Robert Wallace, Correctional Personnel Training, Stead

Campus, Reno - a copy of Caryl Chessman's last letter.



Dr. Juanita White, Boulder City - $100



Contributions to the Library in memory of Lieutenant

Commander Richard Perry:



Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Batt, Carlin - $5

Mrs. Jessie Beck, Reno - $1000

Admiral and Mrs. Charles Brooks, Jr., Norfolk, Virginia

- $10

Mrs. Mae V. Bruning, Hastings, Nebraska - $14

Class of 1957 Reunion, Hastings, Nebraska - $10

Elko County Library, Elko - $493

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Garneau, Hacienda Heights, California

- $10

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. King, Carlin - $5

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Le Broke, Jr., Sparks - $5

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Nethery, Carlin - $10

Mrs. Nateva M. Nunes, Lemoore, California - $20

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Trudell, Sparks - $5



Miscellaneous Gifts as follows:



Mr. Bodney and Mr. Garrison of the Skyline Development

Company, Reno - 17 evergreen trees and 1 Joshua tree,

valued at $730, which have been planted near the Mack

Social Sciences building.



Goldfield Corporation, New York - $50 to the Nevada AIME

Fund.



Eagle-Pitcher Company, Reno - $25 to the Nevada AIME Fund.



Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Fernley

- $250 to be used for cancer research.



Nevada Heart Association, Reno - $2000 to support research

being conducted by Dr. George T. Smith and Dr. David B.

Dill.



Oxford Laboratories, San Mateo, California - $400 represent-

ing the final payment of their $2400 pledge to the Labora-

tory of Environmental Patho-Physiology.



Mr. Edward S. Parsons, Reno - a cookbook of his mother's

to the Home Economics Department.



Dean Vernon E. Scheid, Reno - a series of scientific books

and journals, valued at $1617.50 to the Library of the

Mackay School of Mines.



Contributions to Silas E. Ross, Jr. Memorial Fund for

Pre-Medical Department:



Mr. Clayton Carpenter, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Perry Harris, San Francisco, California

- $25

Mr. and Mrs. Hamer Holloway, Reno - $25

Mr. and Mrs. Bill A. Ligon, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Neal Muran, Reno - $10

Orvis School of Nursing faculty, Reno - $10

Dr. Harry Sawyer, San Francisco, California - $50

Dr. and Mrs. William Tappan, Reno - $10

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Warren, Sparks - $5



Contributions to planning and development of the Medical

School:



Dr. Fred M. Anderson, Reno - $15 in memory of Dr. Peter

Frandsen and $500 as a Christmas gift to a number

of colleagues.

Drs. Anderson, Russell, Edmiston, Reno - $500 as a

Christmas gift to several friends and colleagues.

Dr. and Mrs. Mortimer S. Falk, Reno - $453.74 repre-

senting the proceeds from the Boeing Company stock

previously donated.

Mrs. Evelyn Hilsabeck, Reno - $100 in the names of

Drs. Anderson and Hall.

Dr. Frances Kernan, Reno - $250 as a gift in the names

of several colleagues.

The Honorable R. B. Reams, Reno - $25 as a Christmas

gift to Dr. Fred Anderson.

Dr. and Mrs. Frank Rueckl, Reno - $10 as a Christmas

gift to Dr. Fred Anderson.

Dr. V. A. Salvadorini, Reno - $200

Dr. Allen L. Sklar, Incine Village - $100

Dr. and Mrs. George T. Smith, Reno - $25 as a Christmas

gift to Drs. Berger, Furman and Scott.



Scholarships and Prizes Payments as follows:



Armanko Office Supply, Reno - $200 scholarship awarded

equally to Wayne Marchent and Mr. Schuyler Schaff.



Association of Western Hospitals, San Francisco, California

- $170 scholarship awarded to a Nursing student, Miss

Lorraine Duzenack.



Emporium of Music, Reno - $100 scholarship awarded to Mr.

Ronald Falter.



George Whittell High School Scholarship Commmittee, Zephyr

Cove - $600 to the Helen Wright Memorial - PTA Scholarship

Fund.



Kiwanis Club of Fallon - $150 scholarship awarded to Mr.

Richard A. Jensen.



Mrs. Henry Kluts, San Francisco, California - $300 to the

Klute Scholarships in Foreign Languages.



Standard Oil Company of California, San Francisco - $900

to the 4-H Scholarship account.



Union Federal Savings and Loan Association, Reno - $50

scholarship to the Biology Department in memory of Dr.

Peter Frandsen.



Women's Christian Temperance Union, Reno - $200 scholar-

ships awarded to Miss Peggy Mann, Miss Diane Wright and

Mr. Albert Whitenack.



Grants as follows:



Bank of America, San Francisco, California - $500 in support

of the snow load research project presently underway in the

Department of Civil Engineering.



Max C. Fleischmann Foundation, Reno - $4200 representing

an expenditure from the facilities grant to renovate a

room in the Water Resouces building to accommodate the

new computer.



National Science Foundation, Washington, D. C.



$47,320 in support of a "Summer Institute in

Mathematics for Secondary School Teachers",

under the direction of Dr. R. N. Tompson,

Department of Mathematics.



$15,965 in support of a "Secondary Science

Training Program", under the direction of

Richard G. Miller, Foresta Institute, Carson

City.



$2,800 in support of a project entitled "Under-

graduate Research Participation", under the

direction of Richard D. Burkhart, Department of

Chemistry.



Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington,

D. C. - $7500 in support of an advanced study program in

reading, under the direction of Paul M. Hollingsworth,

Director of Reading Center, College of Education.



Nevada Southern University



Library



Mrs. Charles W. Adams, Las Vegas - $3.40



The Honorable Walter S. Baring, Las Vegas - 119 government

documents.



Miscellaneous Gifts as follows:



Mr. and Mrs. Sulo Maki, Las Vegas - $1000 to the Performing

Arts Center Fund.



Contributions to the Nevada Southern University Music

Concert Series:



Mr. and Mrs. Howard Babcock, Las Vegas - $50

Senator Alan Bible, Las Vegas - $5

Mr. Jack E. Bushell, Las Vegas - $50

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cadura, Las Vegas - $50

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cunningham, Las Vegas - $5

Mrs. Jean Devlyn, Las Vegas - $10

Mr. and Mrs. David B. Dill, Boulder City - $5

Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Johnson, Las Vegas - $3

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kinnory, Las Vegas - $5

Dr. Chester C. Lockwood, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. Paul D. Mc Dermott, Las Vegas - $50

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Mc Laughlin, Las Vegas - $30

Mr. G. K. Prather, Las Vegas - $50

Mrs. F. I. Relin, Las Vegas - $25

Mr. R. J. Ronzone, Las Vegas - $50

Mr. and Mrs. Millard Sloan, Las Vegas - $3.50

Student Aid Foundation, Las Vegas - $50

Dr. and Mrs. John Watkins, Las Vegas - $50

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Young, Las Vegas - $10



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried

without dissent that the gifts and grants be accepted and

the Secretary be requested to send notes of thanks to the

donors.



10. General Frederick Lander Memorial Research Fund



Mr. Humphrey reviewed the bequest of Anna Lander Mc Donnell

and the receipt by the University of $70,000 cash and com-

mon stock with a market value of $143,518.80 (12-9-67) as

an endowment to establish the General Frederick Lander

Memorial Research Fund at the University of Nevada. Formal

approval of this was granted by the Board earlier and the

one residual problem concerns jewelry received by the First

National Bank from the estate.



Mr. Humphrey recommended that the Trust Department of FNB

be authorized to have 3 or more reputable local jewelers

bid on these items and that the proceeds of the sale be

added to the specified endowment fund.



Motion by Mr. Hug, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott, carried

without dissent that Mr. Humphrey's recommendation be

approved.



11. Estate of Mabel Stanaway Briggs



Mr. Humphrey reported that the University has received $5000

to date from the estate of Mabel Stanaway Briggs and should

receive approximately $53,000 more shortly. This is an

unrestricted gift. Mr. Humphrey pointed out that there is

a claim pending against this estate which could reduce the

gift by at least $5000. The executor and attorney for the

estate have suggested that an attempt be made to compromise

the claim for a substantially lower amount. Mr. Humphrey

recommended that the Board authorize negotiation for this

purpose but require that specific settlement be subject to

Board of Regents approval. The Attorney General's office

had expressed concurrence with the course of action.



Motion by Mr. Seeliger, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried

without dissent that Mr. Humphrey's recommendation be

approved.



12. Confirmation of Personnel Actions



Acting Preisdent Humphrey recommended that the following

personnel actions be confirmed:



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Darlene Herrera, as Extension Home Economist, North Lander

County, November 10, 1967 to June 30, 1968, at the annual

salary rate of $7080 (replacement for Alta Lusty)



C. Linnis Mills, Junior Plant Scientist, Plant, Soil and

Water, February 1 to June 30, 1968, at the annual salary

rate of $8250 (new position)



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Walter E. Turovh, Consultant in Psychological Service

Center, December 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968 - $2100 (tempo-

rary partial replacement for James B. Nickels)



DESERT RESEARCH INSTITUTE



Susan Gratton, Research Assistant, for the academic year

1967-68 - $5900



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Franklin De Lano Meyers, Associate Professor of Secondary

Education, February 1 to June 30, 1968, at the annual

salary rate of $12,150 (replacement for Paul Ward)



NATIONAL COLLEGE OF STATE TRIAL JUDGES



Col. James E. Johnson, Adjunct Professor of Judicial

Administration for the academic year 1967-78 (replacement

for Justin Smith)



NEVADA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY



GENERAL & TECHNICAL INSTITUTE



Don Q. Paris, Lecturer in Radiologic Technology, January

15 to June 30, 1968, at the annual salary rate of $10,775

(new position)



Ramon B. Pence, Adjunct Lecturer in Radiographic Tech-

nology, for the academic year 1967-68 (new position)



SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS



Pong Nen Lem, Adjunct Professor of Engineering, for the

academic year 1967-68 (new position)



S. David Shearer, Jr., Adjunct Associate Professor of

Engineering, for the academic year 1967-68 (new position)



SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE



Thomas G. Logan, Lecturer in Psychology, February 1 to

June 30, 1968, at the annual salary rate of $10,450 (re-

placement for Jacob Orleans)



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mrs. Magee, carried

without dissent that the above personnel actions be

confirmed.



13. Request for Leave of Absence



Mr. Humphrey presented a request from Mr. John W. Bird,

Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, College of

Engineering, that he be granted a leave of absence without

pay for one year commencing July 1, 1968. Approval of this

request was recommended by his Department Chairman, the

Dean of the College of Engineering, and Chancellor Miller

and the recommendation was endorsed by Acting President

Humphrey.



Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Seeliger, carried

without dissent that the request for leave of absence

without pay be approved.



14. Approval of Check Registers



Acting President Humphrey recommended approval of the

check registers as submitted by the Office of the Vice

President Finance (filed in permanent minutes).



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Seeliger, carried

by roll call vote that the check registers be approved as

submitted.



15. Transfer of Funds



Mr. Humphrey reported the following transfers of funds:



#196 $800 from Contingency Reserve, Instruction, Uni-

versity of Nevada to Chancellor's Office to provide

additional in-state travel money.



#206 $1400 from Contingency Reserve, NSU to the School

of Social Science, Undepartmentalized, to provide

funds for over-load appointments.



#207 $902 from Contingency Reserve, NSU to the Computer

Center to provide additional funds for equipment.



#208 $123 from Contingency Reserve, NSU to School of

Social Science, Undepartmentalized, to provide

matching money for Helping Services Grant.



#209 $2052 from Contingency Reserve, NSU to School of

Education and Physical Education to provide funds

for over-load appointments.



#210 $1200 from Contingency Reserve, NSU to School of

Fine Arts to provide funds for over-load appoint-

ments.



#211 $1450 from Contingency Reserve, NSU to School of

Business Administration to provide funds for

over-load appointments.



#212 $508 from Contingency Reserve, NSU to School of

Science and Mathematics to provide funds for

over-load appointments.



#213 $4700 from Contingency Reserve, NSU to School of

Humanities to provide funds for over-load appoint-

ments.



#223 $1581.15 from Contingency Reserve, Reno to Personnel

Division Assessment to provide funds because of in-

crease in assessment of classified position rates

from $50 to $55.



Mr. Humphrey also recommended approval by the Board of the

following transfer of funds:



#194 $4365 from Contingency Reserve, Instruction, Nevada

Southern University, to Buildings and Grounds to

provide additional funds for telephone rental.



Motion by Mr. Ronzone, seconded by Mr. Mc Dermott, carried

without dissent that the above fund transfers be approved.



Mr. Humphrey also recommended that $500 be transferred

from the Board of Regents Special Projects Fund (1-51-4956)

to the President's Discretionary Fund (1-51-4008) which

presently has a zero balance.



Motion by Mr. Mc Dermott, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried

without dissent that the transfer be approved as recommend-

ed.



16. Summer School Budgets



Mr. Humphrey presented the estimative budgets for the

Summer School for the calendar year 1968 with his recom-

mendation for approval. (Budgets filed in permanent

minutes.)



Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried

without dissent that the budget be approved as submitted.



17. DRI Financial Plan for 1968-69



Mr. Humphrey reported that the Preliminary Estimate of the

DRI Financial Program for 1968-69, distributed with the

December agenda, had been reviewed and no major problems

found. He recommended that it be approved, subject to

revision at the May meeting of the Board.



18. Revision of Policy Regarding Distinction at Graduation



Mr. Humphrey reported that the University of Nevada faculty

and the NSU faculty have recommended that the policy govern-

ing the awarding of Distinction at Graduation be amended,

as follows:



Distinction at Graduation: At Commencement, each

graduating Senior whose grade point average is 3.750

or higher shall receive the bachelor's degree with

High Distinction. Each graduating Senior whose grade

point average is 3.500 or higher but less than 3.750

shall receive the bachelor's degree with Distinction.

To be eligible for these awards, students transferring

from other institutions must have a cumulative grade

point average of 3.750 or higher for High Distinction

(3.500 or higher but less than 3.750 for Distinction)

and also a grade point average higher of 3.750 or higher

for High Distinction (3.500 or higher but less than

3.750 for Distinction) on credits earned in residence

at the University.



Mr. Humphrey recommended the proposed revision be approved.



Motion by Mr. Seeliger, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, carried

without dissent that the proposed revision be approved.



19. Proposed Revision to University Code



Mr. Humphrey reported that the University of Nevada Academic

Council, at a meeting on April 11, 1967, took the following

action:



So as to avoid problems in accelerated promotions,

an adequate salary should be provided by adding

two or more overlapping steps (a total of five be-

tween each rank), and the Lecturer category continue

in use to meet critical salary situations.



To implement the recommendation of the Academic Council,

both Faculty Senates have proposed the following amendment

to the University Code (Chapter III, Paragraph 3.2.2, Page

58):



All salaries will be at a specified step. The maximum

salary which may be paid for Instructor or first rank

shall be step I, 9; for Assistant Professor or second

rank, step II, 9; and for Associate Professor or third

rank, step III, 11, except that in an individual case

up to two additional steps may be authorized in these

ranges upon recommendation of the Department Chairman

and Dean (or their equivalents). Step IV, 11 for

Professor or fourth rank is a base and no maximum

shall apply to this step.



Mr. Humphrey recommended the proposed amendment to the

University Code be approved and presented a rank and salary

pattern reflecting the proposed amendment to the salary

schedule (attached to permanent minutes).



Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, carried

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



20. Proposed Revision to University Code



Mr. Humphrey noted that the first sentence of Section 3.2.6,

Chapter III, p. 58 of the University Code reads:



Each salary step includes all sums up to the floor

of the next step.



Since this sentence is not in keeping with other sections

of the Code, and two Faculty Senates have approved a pro-

posal to amend that section of the Code to read as follows:



When circumstances clearly justify, appointment may

be made higher than the first step of a rank. Such

flexibility in making appointments is essential to

meeting the professional staff needs of the University.



Mr. Humphrey recommended the approval of the above proposed

revision to the Code.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Seeliger, carried

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



21. Awarding of Advanced Degrees to Professional Personnel



Mr. Humphrey reported that the Nevada Southern University

faculty has taken affirmative action adopting for its

faculty a policy previously conditionally adopted by the

Board of Regents that "No person holding the Assistant

Professor, Associate Professor or Professor rank or the

equivalent rank at the University of Nevada shall be

permitted to become a candidate for an advanced degree

at the University of Nevada, with the following exception:

Students who enter a graduate program and who, by virtue

of their advanced training are qualified for temporary

appointments as faculty persons, shall be permitted to

complete their training while holding such a position."



Mr. Humphrey noted that at the time this was originally

referred to the Board, there was confusion concerning

NSU review and action. He recommended that the Board

reaffirm this policy and that it be clearly understood

that "University of Nevada" refers to the System which in-

cludes University of Nevada and Nevada Southern University.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Seeliger, carried

without dissent that the above recommendation be approved.



22. Jot Travis Student Union Capital Improvement Fund



Mr. Humphrey reviewed for the Board its action in July 1963

when, at the request of the ASUN, it adopted a policy re-

quiring TUB occupants to pay 25 cents per sq. ft. per year

to the Buildings and Grounds to offset utility costs and

20 cents per sq. ft. per year to the "Jot Travis Student

Union Capital Improvement Fund" to be expended at some

future date, with the approval of the Board of Regents,

for improvement or expansion of TUB. The current balance

in this account is $21,309.13, representing payments as

follows:



ASUN Bookstore $ 3,963.00

Health Service 1,659.00

Snack Bar (D. C.) 954.80

Travis Union Board 14,733.13



Mr. Humphrey reported that Mike Laine, TUB Manager, Dean

Sam Basta and Chancellor Miller have recommended that the

Jot Travis Student Union Capital Improvement Fund be dis-

continued as it has worked a financial hardship on some

users and to a certain extent duplicates a fund maintained

by ASUN.



He recommended that (1) the TUB Capital Improvement Fund

of 20 cents per sq. ft. annually be discontinued, (b) the

payments to date be returned as follows:



$3963 to the ASUN Union and Bookstore Expansion Fund.



$14,733.13 to a special fund for refurbishing the

Union, with expenditures from this fund requiring

approval of the Chancellor.



$954.80 to the Dining Commons to offset expenditures

for enclosure of the walkway on the northeast side

of the building.



$1659 to the unappropriated surplus of the Student

Health Center Fund.



Mr. Humphrey further recommended that the 25 cents per sq.

ft. per year charge for utilities be continued subject to

re-evaluation by Mr. Pine as to the adequacy of the charge.



Motion by Mr. Mc Dermott, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried

without dissent that the above recommendations be approved.



23. NDSL and Nursing Students Loan Funds, U. N.



Mr. Humphrey reported that $888.89 is required for the 1/9

matching of the Nursing Students Loan Program and $5208.44

for the 1/9 matching of the National Defense Student Loan

Program for the University of Nevada. He recommended that

$3097.33 be transferred from the Garvey Rhodes Loan Fund

(1-61-5006), and $3000 from the David Russell Loan Fund

(1-61-5001).



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Seeliger, carried

without dissent that the above fund transfers be approved

as recommended.



24. Room and Board Rate



For the information of the Board, Mr. Humphrey submitted

an abstract from the Oregon State University's annual

study of room and board rates at 39 state supported in-

stitutions. (This report is on file in the President's

Office.)



25. Sale of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Stock



Mr. Humphrey recommended that the Board adopt the following

resolution to permit the sale of the 10 shares of stock

received by the University as a gift from the Mission Ridge

Foundation of Nevada:



Resolution #68-1



WHEREAS, the University of Nevada has received 10

shares of common stock of Hart, Schaffner and Marx;

and



WHEREAS, this stock is a gift from Mission Ridge

Foundation of Nevada to the University of Nevada

for the general purposes of the University.



NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: That the Board of

Regents of the University of Nevada does hereby

authorize Acting President Neil D. Humphrey to sell

the 10 shares of common stock in Hart, Schaffner and

Marx, to sign the necessary stock power and to

deposit the proceeds of the sale in an appropriate

account.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Seeliger, carried

without dissent that the above resolution be adopted.



26. Purchases in Excess of $5000



A. Dining Commons, U. N. - Mr. Humphrey reported that semi-

annual food bids for the University Dining Commons,

Reno, have been opened and tabulated. 3 awards exceeded

$5000 and have been awarded, subject to the approval of

the Board of Regents, so that food deliveries for the

contract period beginning January 1, 1968 would be

assured.



(1) Bread



The following bids were received:



Base Bid 5% Pref.



Continental Baking Co., Reno $5,225.80

Welsh's Bakery, Reno 5,521.34 $5,245.27

Rainbo Baking Co., Reno 6,163.20



(Welsh's Bakery only bidder given in-state

manufacturer's 5% preference.)



Mr. Pine recommended award to Continental Baking

Co. Mr. Humphrey concurred.



(2) Dairy Products



The following bids were received:



Crescent Dairy, dba Anderson Dairy

Company, Reno $20,930.50

Model Dairy, Reno 22,121.58

Beatrice Foods Co., dba Meadow

Gold, Reno 23,517.97



Mr. Pine recommended award to Crescent Dairy-

Anderson Dairy. Mr. Humphrey concurred.



(3) Eggs



Bids were requested on the basis of plus or minus

cents per dozen of the San Francisco weekly

commodity quote. Total purchase will exceed

$5000. Bids were received as follows:



Sierra Foods, Reno -$.02 per dozen

Olsen Brothers, Reno -$.0106 per dozen

Foods Products, Reno -$.01 per dozen



Mr. Pine recommended award to Sierra Foods. Mr.

Humphrey concurred.



Motion by Mr. Mc Dermott, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen,

carried without dissent that the above recommendations

be approved.



B. Mr. Humphrey reported that the Department of Inter-

Collegiate Athletics has requested the purchase of

athletic equipment for the Spring program. The total

exceeds $5000.



(1) Baseball, Track, Tennis



The Sportsman, Reno (all or none) $2,715.66

Low bid per each item (Total) 2,804.80



Other bidders were:



The Outdoorsman, Las Vegas

Free Minetti, San Francisco

North American Wholesale, Aumsville, Oregon



(2) Award Jackets, Sweaters and Blankets



The Sportsman, Reno $3,311.50

(No other bids received)



Mr. Pine recommended that the award be made to The

Sportsman for a total of $6027.16. Mr. Humphrey

concurred.



Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Seeliger, car-

ried without dissent that the above recommendation be

approved.



27. Permit Agreement, Stead Air Force Base



Mr. Humphrey reported that on December 27 notification was

received from the Office of Surplus Property Utilization,

HEW, that the University's use permit for portions of Stead

Air Force Base had been extended to March 31, 1968. He

added that it is assumed that all paper work will be com-

pleted by that time and title can then pass to the Univer-

sity without further complications.



28. Employment of Aliens by DRI



Mr. Humphrey reported that the Attorney General has issued

Opinion No. 471 (12-11-67) which concludes that "salaries

of aliens employed at the Desert Research Institute may

be paid from appropriated funds." This action by the At-

torney General removes the contingency from the action of

the Board in December amending the DRI Policy Statement

to provide for such payment.



29. Academic Programs, U. N. and N. S. U.



Mr. Humphrey referred to a corrected list of undergraduate

and graduate majors and degrees which had been included

with the agenda material and suggested the members of the

Board might wish to retain this list for future reference.

(Filed with permanent minutes.)



30. Nevada Community College



Dr. Thomas Tucker entered the meeting at this point to

discuss with the Regents the present status of the Nevada

Community College and to report on the study recently con-

cluded by the Governor's Committee on Community Colleges.

Because of the recent opinion by the Attorney General

concerning the responsibility of the Board of Regents for

all higher education in the State, there was some concern

expressed about the use of the term, "Associate Degree" in

relation to work done at Nevada Community College. It was

the consensus of the Board that Associate Degree referred

to a degree earned for College level work.



Mrs. Magee stated that she was not opposed to the Community

College System and felt it important that the Nevada Com-

munity College be assured of the University's desire to

cooperate. She added that she did feel, however, there

needed to be some clarification of the role of the Uni-

versity of Nevada and the Board of Regents.



In response to a suggestion by Mr. Humphrey, it was agreed

that further information would be developed for presenta-

tion at the February meeting, including an interpretation

of the term "Associate Degree", a further explanation of

the progress in dealing with representatives on offering

of General University Extension courses under contract

and also recommendation from the staff on how the Univer-

sity of Nevada should relate to Nevada Community College.



The regular Board meeting adjourned at 12:00 noon with the meet-

ing to resume following lunch and a meeting of the Honorary

Degrees Committee.



The regular meeting reconvened at 1:45 P.M. at which time

Chancellor Moyer presented his Ten Year Program Projections for

Nevada Southern University (printed material on file in Presi-

dent's Office). His presentation was interrupted at 2 P.M.

by the arrival of Governor Laxalt.



Governor Laxalt introduced representatives of Nevada Community

College and stated that he was planning to place on the agenda

for the Special Session a request for funds for the support of

the Nevada Community College. He added that he believed that

the State was at the point where it cannot afford to ignore the

needs of the approximately 80% of the high school graduates of

the State of Nevada who do not come to the University of Nevada.

He said he felt the Regents needed to be informed of the prog-

ress of the College and their cooperation was most important.



Governor Laxalt then introduced Mr. Mike Marfisi, Chairman of

the Advisory Committee of NCC, who stated that NCC is operating

at present with the support of the people of Elko. He referred

to the matter of transfer of credits and stated that he did not

believe that it would be a problem because it is their (NCC)

intention to offer College work under the auspices and direction

of the General University Extension with all course work being

taught by approved personnel. He then introduced President

Voris and Dean Devin from Nevada Community College, and asked

that they respond to specific questions from the Board of

Regents.



At the conclusion of the discussion with the representatives

from Nevada Community College, Dr. Anderson stated that he felt

it most important that the Nevada Community College be assured

of the University's intention to cooperate in any way possible

and repeated the earlier offer made by him on behalf of the

Board to support wherever possible the College level course

offerings through the General University Extension.



Governor Laxalt then moved on to discuss with the Regents his

decision on whether or not to place on the agenda for the

Special Session a number of requests by the Board of Regents.



He spoke first on the request by the University for legislation

for two revenue bond issues for construction of a Chemistry

building at NSU and for a Performing Arts Center at NSU. He

indicated that he would include this item on the agenda and

could foresee no problem in its consideration by the Legisla-

ture.



He agreed to placed on the agenda a request for authorization

to use $60,000 of Capital Improvement Fee Funds for the con-

struction of a Buildings and Grounds Facility at Nevada Southern.



He agreed to place on the agenda a request for enabling legisla-

tion for the establishment of a University of Nevada Land

Foundation.



Governor Laxalt then asked Mr. Howard Barrett, State Budget

Director, to speak to the problem of a supplemental appropria-

tion for the University in the amount of $705,000. Mr. Barrett

stated that due to decrease in the rate of increase in State

sales tax revenues, there has resulted a situation where appro-

priations will exceed revenues by $2 million this year. Gov-

ernor Laxalt added that this has precipitated many financial

problems for the State and consequently he did not wish to

recommend to the Legislature the supplemental appropriation

requested by the University.



The Governor continued in the discussion concerning the Uni-

versity's requests and indicated that he would approve, by

executive order, the University's request to spend $331,735 in

student fees realized through an increase in enrollment this

year. He did request that this not be carried forward in next

year's budget request, rather that it be treated separately.

Mr. Humphrey commented that although the increase could be

separately noted, it would become a part of the budget base.



Governor Laxalt further indicated that he would include the Uni-

versity's request for transfer of $42,120 between various appro-

priation areas.



Acting President Humphrey expressed appreciation on behalf of

the Administration and the Board of Regents for the Governor's

appearance before the Board, after which the Governor and his

group left the meeting.



Chancellor Moyer then resumed his presentation of the Ten Year

Program Projections for NSU.



At the conclusion of Chancellor Moyer's presentation, Mr.

Humphrey reviewed the procedure to be followed in the develop-

ment of a final report, including all 3 Ten Year Projections,

which would then become the University's Ten Year Budget for

presentation to the Legislature. Mr. Humphrey noted that the

final report is due in July and progress preports will be made

to the Board during the interim.



31. Arts Festival, University of Nevada



Chancellor Miller reviewed the plans for the Art Festival

to be presented on the University of Nevada Campus in

February. He said that although the University has re-

ceived oral assurance of the approval of a grant from

the National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities, a

written notice has not yet been received. Chancellor

Miller asked that the Board of Regents underwrite any

deficit which might occur in the event the federal grant

does not materialize. He noted that approval of this re-

quest would allow Acting President Humphrey to sign a con-

tract with the Western Opera Company now, insuring their

participation in the Arts Festival.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Ronzone, carried by

roll call vote that the Board authorize the signing of

the contract and underwrite any deficit up to $2000 from

the Special Projects Fund.



The Board adjourned at 4:30 P.M.



Chairman



Secretary

01-12-1968