01/23/1965

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
January 23-24, 1965








1-23-1965

Pages 269-299



UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA

BOARD OF REGENTS

January 23, 1965



The Board of Regents met in the President's Office, Clark Admin-

ministration building, Reno Campus, on Saturday, January 23,

1965. Present were Regents Anderson, Davis, Grant, Hug, Magee,

Jacobsen, Lombardi, Ronzone and White; President Armstrong, Vice

President-Finance Humphrey, Engineer Rogers and Mr. Walsh, Deputy

Attorney General, as Legal Advisor. Members of the Press were

Mr. Dromiack, Mrs. Glendon, Mr. Laxalt, Miss Miller and Mr.

Wilson. Mr. Hicks, Executive Secretary of the Nevada Farm Bureau

was present for a portion of the meeting.



The meeting was called to order by Chairman Grant at 9:10 A.M.



1. Justice Gordon Thompson administered the Oath of Office to

the newly elected Regent, Mr. Richard Ronzone, and to the

re-elected Regents, Dr. Fred Anderson, Mr. Archie Grant,

Mr. Proctor Hug, Jr., and Mrs. Molly Magee.



2. Minutes of Previous Meeting



In the absence of any corrections to the minutes of the

previous meeting, the Chairman declared the minutes accepted

as distributed.



3. Election of Officers



Mr. Grant called for nominations for Chairman of the Board,

at which time Mr. Grant relinquished the Chair and then

nominated Dr. Fred Anderson. Mrs. Magee seconded the nom-

ination. Dr. White moved and Mr. Davis seconded that nom-

inations be closed. The Chair declared the election of Dr.

Anderson as Chairman of the Board of Regents.



Mr. Grant called for nominations for Vice Chairman of the

Board, at which time Mr. Hug nominated Mrs. Magee. Dr.

White seconded the nomination. Dr. Lombardi moved and Mr.

Davis seconded that nominations be closed. The Chair de-

clared the election of Mrs. Magee as Vice Chairman of the

Board of Regents.



President Armstrong recalled to the Board the provision in

the new bylaws which allows for the selection of a Secretary

from recommendations submitted by the President. President

Armstrong then recommended the election for Bonnie Smotony

as Secretary. Mr. Hug moved and Mr. Jacobsen seconded that

President Armstrong's recommendation be accepted. The Chair

declared Bonnie Smotony as Secretary to Board of Regents.



At this point, Dr. Anderson assumed the Chair and presided over

the meeting.



4. Approval of Check Registers



President Armstrong recommended that the Check Registers,

as submitted by Mr. Humphrey, be approved.



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

mously by roll call vote that the Check Registers be ap-

proved.



5. Transfer of Funds



President Armstrong recommended approval of the following

request:



We have been notified by the Bureau of State Service,

Public Health Service, U. S. Department of Health,

Education and Welfare, that our request has been ap-

proved for Federal capital contribution of $1800 for

the Nursing Student Loan Program.



No withdrawals may be made from the Fund until the In-

stitutional capital contribution has been deposited in

the Fund. I, therefore, recommend that you request the

Board of Regents to authorize a transfer of $200 from

the Garvey Rhodes Loan Fund (1-61-5006) to the Nursing

Student Loan Fund (1-61-4002).



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

unanimously that the above request be approved.



President Armstrong reported the following transfers of less

than $2000 from Contingency Reserve:



#119 $295.25 to fill a position of Lecturer in Forestry in

the College of Agriculture for the Spring semester,

1965.



#133 $1534 to Buildings & Grounds Repairs to remodel Room

209, Thompson Education building, Reno Campus.



#135 $90 to Buildings & Grounds to provide a uniform allow-

ance for University Police, Nevada Southern Campus.



#138 $1000 to Student Affairs to provide partial funds for

the purchase of a 3M Automatic Dry Photo-Copier.



#139 $360 to Buildings & Grounds to provide a uniform al-

lowance for University Police, Reno Campus.



#146 $688.60 to Mathematics Department for reimbursement

for Secretarial time devoted to work of Advisory

Committee on Selection of Chancellor for Reno Campus.



President Armstrong recommended approval of the following

transfer from Contingency Reserve of $2000 or more:



#134 $3485 to Buildings & Grounds Repairs to remodel the

old Electrical Engineering building for the Physics

Department.



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

unanimously that the above fund transfer be approved.



President Armstrong recommended approval of the following

transfer:



#141 $200 from Executive Vice President, Out-of-State

Travel to Library, Reno, Out-of-State Travel to en-

able Mr. Heron to attend meeting of the American

Library Association.



Motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

unanimously that the above fund transfer be approved.



President Armstrong recommended approval of the following

transfers:



1. On February 28, 1965 the remaining cash from the English

A Program be transferred from Off-Campus Division,

Nevada Southern (2-12-3020) to English A Program (1-12-

3011).



2. Effective immediately the cash balance, in excess of

$3000 in Institutes and Conferences, Nevada Southern

(2-14-3034) be transferred to Continuing Education

(1-14-3000).



3. Authority be given to Dean Carlson to expend the $3000

remaining in 2-14-3034 for audio-visual equipment.



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

unanimously that the above requests for transfer of funds

be approved.



6. Report of the Building Committee Meeting of January 22, 1965



Dr. Lombardi read and discussed the minutes of the Building

Committee meeting as follows:



The Building Committee of the Board of Regents met in

the Travis Lounge of the Jot Travis Student Union

building.



Present: Regents Magee, Hug, Davis, Jacobsen, Lombardi,

Grant, Ronzone; President Armstrong, Vice

President Humphrey, Engineer Rogers. Mr.

Hancock, Mr. Sheppard and Mr. Hellmann were

present for a portion of the meeting.



The meeting was called to order by Dr. Lombardi at 1:10

P.M.



1. Art Work, Jot Travis Student Union Building



Mr. Craig Sheppard presented a model of the proposed

art work which would be placed on the east face of

the Union building.



Regent Hug moved, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, that the

Board of Regents not proceed with this art work and

that the balance of the $2000 authorized be used to

landscape in the new Stadium area; carried.



2. Land Acquisition, Las Vegas Campus



The State Planning Board Staff has informed us

that the owners of approximately 4 acres west of

the center of section line have not agreed to ex-

change property and have placed high values on

their land. The Planning Board staff has further

informed us that a favorable exchange may be ar-

ranged with the University Land Co. of land south

of the present Campus which is included under the

Master Plan for State land on Flamingo Road.



The Regents discussed at length the land acquisi-

tion problem. They agreed not to seek special

funds from the Legislature with which land under

option could be purchased. They agreed that per-

missive legislation be requested which would per-

mit that land area shown in the Master Plan south

of the Campus to be acquired.



Mr. Jacobsen moved, seconded by Mr. Hug, that the

Building Committee recommend that permissive leg-

islation be sought so that an exchange can be

attempted with the University Land Co.



3. Simplex Clock and Bell system, Las Vegas Campus



The present clock and bell system at the Las Vegas

Campus requires that a group of wires be run to

each clock and bell on the Campus from a master

clock. With the rapid expansion of the Campus this

becomes a very expensive item. In place of this

type system we propose to replace it with a Simplex

electronic system such as we have at the Reno Cam-

pus. In this type operation the master clock con-

trols a high frequency generator, the output of

which is superimposed upon the power lines on the

Campus. A clock or bell of the correct type may

then be plugged into any power receptacle and be

subject to control and corrections by the master

clock. A suitable generator is on hand, but addi-

tional components are required to make a complete

system. It is necessary also to install the genera-

tor and associated equipment, to move the master

clock to the generator location, and to convert the

existing clocks and bells. It is estimated that

the cost of doing this will be less than what would

cost to extend the wiring of the present system to

the new buildings presently under construction and

in the advanced planning stage.



Mr. Jacobsen moved, seconded by Mr. Hug, that the

Board of Regents request the State Planning Board

to purchase the necessary auxiliary components of

a Simplex electronic clock and bell system and

accomplish the installation of all components in-

cluding moving the master clock and the converting

of all present clock and bells. All to be done by

the use of Site Development and Utilities funds

available to it; carried.



4. Water Resources Building for the Desert Research

Institute



The final plans presented by Mr. Hellman depict the

requirements of the Desert Research Institute; the

plans are being plan-checked. The DRI staff has

approved the plans. President Armstrong recommended

approval.



Mr. Hug moved and Mr. Jacobsen seconded that the

final plans for this project be recommended for

approval by the Board: carried.



5. Mt. Rose Street Property Sale



Two offers on the 1080 Mt. Rose property have been

received.



1. Mrs. Charlotte Rose, through C. S. "Pat" Davis

Real Estate Company, has offered $5000 cash

plus property at 527-529 and 531 Mill Street,

Reno, less real estate commission based on an

assumed total transaction of $70,000. Mrs. Rose

values her Mill Street property at $65,000.

This property was appraised by Mr. Dale C. Bell

for the University; he valued the property at

$33,000. President Armstrong recommended that

this offer be rejected.



2. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin E. Wygant, through Tower

Realty, have offered $55,000 cash, less real

estate commission of 6% ($3300). The property

at 1080 Mt. Rose was appraised July 13, 1964

by J. Brice Leggett, M. A. I., at $65,000. The

property was appraised January 20, 1965 by Dale

C. Bell at $59,000.



President Armstrong recommended acceptance of

this offer. It is believed that the investment

of the proceeds of the sale will off-set the few

dollars extra we might get by holding out for

the full appraised value. This property has

been on the market for over 6 months, is subject

to vandalism and there is, of course, certain

expenses of upkeep which continue even if the

house is not occupied.



Mr. Jacobsen moved, seconded by Mr. Hug, that the

offer of Mrs. Charlotte Rose be rejected and that

the offer of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin E. Wygant be ac-

cepted; carried.



James D. Rogers

Acting Secretary



Action of the Board:



Item #1 Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Hug, car-

ried with Mrs. Magee and Dr. White opposing, that

the action of the Committee become the action of

the Board.



Item #2 Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mr. Davis, carried

unanimously that the action of the Committee become

the action of the Board.



Item #3 Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, car-

ried unanimously that the action of the Committee

become the action of the Board.



Item #4 Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Mr. Grant,

carried unanimously that the action of the Commit-

tee become the action of the Board.



Item #5 Motion by Mr. Jacobsen, seconded by Dr. Lombardi,

carried unanimously that the action of the Commit-

tee become the action of the Board.



Motion was made by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Hug,

that money from the sale of the Mt. Rose property

be placed in a special fund and earmarked for

landscaping at Nevada Southern.



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

that above motion be tabled until more information

on landscaping is available was defeated by lack

of sufficient vote.



Original motion carried unanimously.



Mr. Rogers was requested by the Board to arrange for a land-

scape architect to prepare a Master Plan of the landscaping

of Nevada Southern for presentation to the March 27 meeting

of the Board. This task to be accomplished from money a-

vailable through State Planning Board with no money spent

from the special fund until the Master Plan has been approv-

ed by the Board of Regents.



Dr. Anderson suggested that the Committee concerned with

the Building Program (Plant and Property Committee) be pre-

pared to recommend a name for the new DRI building at the

next meeting of the Committee.



7. Addendum to Minutes of Building Committee Meeting of January

22



Dr. Lombardi presented the following addendum to the minutes

of the Building Committee meeting of January 22 concerning

the Legislative Program:



1. It was agreed that separate bills should be drafted

which would appropriate the amounts previously re-

quested by the Board of Regents for the Technical

Education Program and the subsidy for the Off-Campus

Program. It was further agreed that appropriate

measures be taken to secure introduction and passage

of such bills.



2. All available proposed legislation was reviewed.

The following was the consensus:



Proposal #1 NYE HALL REVENUE CERTIFICATES

Approved.



Proposal #2 CLARIFICATION OF TITLE TO UNIVERSITY

LANDS

Redraft and itemize the specific par-

cels of land involved.



Proposal #3 PURCHASE OF PROPERTY ADJOINING THE

RENO CAMPUS

Approved.



Proposal #4 CLARIFICATION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT RE-

SPONSIBILITY ON UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES

Redraft to include street adjacent to

Campus.



Proposal #5 SOCIAL SECURITY COVERAGE FOR UNIVERSITY

EMPLOYEES

Bill not yet drafted.



Proposal #6 VESTING OF NEVADA STATE RETIREMENT

SYSTEM BENEFITS AFTER 15 YEARS

Approved.



Proposal #7 MATTERS RELATING TO GEORGE WHITTELL

FOREST AND WILDLIFE RESEARCH AREA

No action.



Proposal #8 GRANTING AN EASEMENT AT 4-H CLUB CAMP

LAKE TAHOE

Bill not yet drafted as agreement has

not yet been reached with sewer im-

provement district.



Proposal #9 CLARIFICATION OF TITLE TO 4-H CLUB CAMP

LAKE TAHOE

Approved except that Sec. 12 of bill

was changed to provide for 3 year terms

for Advisory Council.



Proposal #10 AMENDMENT OF EFFECTIVE DATE FOR GROUP

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR PROFESSIONAL

EMPLOYEES

Approved.



Proposal #11 RE: $600,000 BOND ISSUE FOR NEW DORMI-

TORY AT NEVADA SOUTHERN

Approved.



Action by the Board:



Item #1 In the discussion following, President Armstrong

commented on the importance of technical education

to the State, especially to those residents of out-

lying communities. He pointed out that once these

programs are under way, there are matching federal

funds available to help support them. Technical

education programs have the added advantage of re-

ducing the pressure on regular baccalaureate pro-

grams since many students would prefer a two-year

to a four-year program.



Mr. Jacobsen suggested that in attempting to pro-

vide facilities in which to conduct these techni-

cal programs, some use might be made of the mili-

tary installations now being abandoned in the

State, particularly the radar base in Winnemucca.

President Armstrong briefed the Board on the pres-

ent investigations now being conducted of these

sites and the community committee which has been

formed to study the possibilities of Stead AFB

facilities for educational uses, among others.



Dr. Anderson suggested that perhaps the Administra-

tion could prepare a study on the available sites

and how they might best be used to accomplish the

needs of the technical program. President Arm-

strong stated that although he agreed that the

Administration should investigate the availability

of facilities, he did not believe the Administra-

tion could make recommendations to the Board of

Regents until considerable experience in the pro-

gram has been gained and student interest thorough-

ly tested. However, should any of these facilities

be obtained, they could be used in the interim by

existing Colleges. Dr. Anderson stated that he

believed the Regents should embark on an aggressive

program to acquire such facilities.



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

unanimously that separate bills be prepared for

technical education and off-Campus courses with a

brief statement prepared to support each bill.



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

unanimously that the Administration, on behalf of

the Board of Regents, approach the Nevada Congres-

sional delegation regarding possible acquisition

by the University of assets at federal installa-

tions in Nevada proposed to be abandoned in the

near future.



Item #2 Proposal #7 - Re: Whittell Forest



It was decided to delay discussion on the proposed

legislation for Whittell Forest until after lunch.



Motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Dr. Lombardi, carried

unanimously that the report of the Building Committee con-

cerning the Legislative Program be accepted.



8. Progress Report, Building Program



Mr. Rogers presented the following report from the State

Planning Board, showing the status of capital improvement

projects of the University of Nevada under the jurisdiction

of the Nevada State Planning Board:



1. University of Nevada, Reno Campus



(a) Construction Projects



1. Physical Education Facilities, Contract II:

Upon the advise of the Attorney General, all

bids were rejected, and the project re-adver-

tised with 4 additional alternatives. Bids

will be opened January 28, 1965.



2. Extension of Electrical Service to Rooms 332,

335 and 336, Engineering Building: Contract

awarded to Enterprise Electric for $1970.



3. Anchors and Support Cradles for Hot Water

Piping System, Engineering Building, have been

designed by Planning Board, materials will be

provided by Contractor - University will in-

stall.



4. Crane and Metal Stairway, Engineering-Mines

Building: Project 15% completed.



5. Kitchen Exhaust Duct - Jot Travis: Project

will be delayed beyond completion date of

January 26 due to delivery of fan.



(b) Design Projects



1. Social Science Building: Preliminary plans

have been approved by the University.



2. Physical Science Building: Preliminary plans

have been approved. Further design work is

being held pending Legislative action funding

construction.



3. Dormitory: Bid opening date will be set upon

approval of HHFA.



4. Landscaping, Site Development, Engineering-

Mines Building: Revisions to plans are being

prepared by the University staff, and the

Planning Board will put it out to bid when

weather permits.



5. Mechanical Work - Engineering Building: Bids

for the valve will be opened on January 22,

1965.



2. University of Nevada, Nevada Southern



(a) Construction Projects



1. Social Science Building: Project is 76% com-

plete. Furnishings are being bid from lists

submitted by the University Engineer's Office

in the estimated amount of $57,425.42.



(b) Design Projects



1. Design of Landscaping: University staff is

preparing a scope of work for the preparation

of plans and specifications for Campus land-

scaping to be financed from the appropriation

made by Chapter 458, Statutes of Nevada, 1959.



2. Land Acquisition: Owners of property within

the acquisition area have been contacted to

see if an exchange can be worked out for other

lands owned by the State, subject to the ap-

proval of the University and the Planning

Board.



3. Utilities for Dormitory: Design work pending

information from University.



Mr. Rogers also presented the following status report of

capital improvement projects under University supervision:



A. Construction Projects



Residence, Southern Nevada Field Laboratory, Logandale,

Nevada - 10% complete.



B. Design



1. Plantmix Overlay, Lower Campus, Reno - Design com-

pleted. Will be bid late Spring.



2. Chipseal Campus Streets, Reno - Bidding delayed.



3. Evans Walk, Reno - Bidding delayed.



4. Radiological Laboratory Project, Las Vegas Campus -

Plan checking.



5. Dormitory and Dining Hall, Las Vegas Campus - Plan

checking.



6. DRI Water Resources Building - Final plans ready

for submittal to Board of Regents.



7. Renewable Resource Building for Fleischmann College

of Agriculture - Preparing application for Federal

government support.



9. Post Sale Resolution for Dormitory and Dining Facility



President Armstrong recommended that the following resolu-

tion concerning the Dormitory and Dining Facility at Nevada

Southern, as presented by Mr. Humphrey, be adopted:



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

unanimously that Resolution #65-1 be adopted as follows:



RESOLUTION NO. 65-1



CONCERNING THE ISSUANCE BY THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA OF THE UNIVERSITY'S OBLIGATION

DESIGNATED AS THE "UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA DORMITORY AND

DINING REVENUE CERTIFICATE OF 1964", IN THE PRINCIPAL

AMOUNT OF $818,000.00, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ACQUIRING

FOR THE UNIVERSITY A MEN'S AND WOMEN'S DORMITORY, WITH

DINING FACILITIES; ACCEPTING THE BEST (AND ONLY) BID

FOR THE PURCHASE OF THE CERTIFICATE; AUTHORIZING THE

ISSUANCE OF A SINGLE CERTIFICATE IN THE PRINCIPAL

AMOUNT OF $818,000.00; DESIGNATING THE PURCHASER THERE-

OF, FIXING THE PRICE TO BE PAID THEREFOR, PROVIDING

THE INTEREST RATE THE PRINCIPAL OF THE SINGLE CERTIFI-

CATE SHALL BEAR AND PROVIDING OTHER DETAILS CONCERNING

SAID CERTIFICATE AND SAID FACILITIES; AMENDING RESOLU-

TION NO. 64-9, PASSED AND ADOPTED BY SAID BOARD ON THE

23RD DAY OF OCTOBER, 1964; RATIFYING ACTION HERETOFORE

TAKEN TOWARD ACQUIRING SAID FACILITIES AND ISSUING SAID

CERTIFICATE AND REPEALING ALL RESOLUTIONS IN CONFLICT

HEREWITH.



10. Class A Action



The following Class A action, as approved by the University

Council at its meeting on November 19, 1964 and by a major-

ity vote of the University faculty, was presented to the

Board with President Armstrong's recommendation for ap-

proval:



Every graduate student must register for at least one

credit of thesis when working on the thesis in resi-

dence, effective the second semester, 1964-65.



The Department directing the thesis will determine in

each case what constitutes working on the thesis.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mrs. Magee, carried with

Mr. Davis opposing and all others voting "aye".



Motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried unani-

mously that the Administration make proper arrangements to

see that students are properly notified of the above re-

quirement.



11. Acceptance of Gifts



President Armstrong recommended acceptance of the following

gifts and grants which had been received by the University:



Library, Reno Campus, from the following donors:



Mr. William P. Barlow, Jr., Oakland, California - copy of

his "Playlet for Water Skiers".



Mr. Lucius Beebe, Hillsborough, California - copies of

"Fallen Stars", "Boston and the Boston Legend", certain let-

ters about "Great Railroad Photographs", and miscellaneous

clippings of his byline stories and columns from 1928 to

1947.



The Bollingen Foundation, New York, N. Y. - copy of "African

Folktales and Sculpture", 2nd edition, Bollingen Series, 32.



Mr. Nathaniel Carver, Carson City - 16 miscellaneous books.



Delta Kappa Gamma, Alpha Chapter, Reno - $5 to the Matching

Book Fund in memory of Louise Penrose.



Mr. Stephen A. Drew, Reno - copies of books covering the

Nuremberg Trials.



Dr. R. C. Fuson, University of Nevada, Reno - copies of 3

books, "Friedel-Crafts and Related Actions, Vol. III, Parts

1 & 2" and "Nobel Lectures: Chemistry".



Mr. Gareth Hughes, Woodland Hills, California - 1 framed

illuminated manuscript leaf from the "Book of Hours", 15th

century, and 1 14th century manuscript book "Lectionary

and Psalter".



Mrs. Ruth Murray Jones, San Rafael, California - copy of

her book of poems, "Hold Fast the Moment", "Pogonip" and

"Wind from Little Washoe".



Dr. Harold L. Kirkpatrick, University of Nevada - an ele-

gant little book, very old, title "Kinderfreuden" (Happy

Children).



Mrs. D. C. Lewers, Reno - boxes of miscellaneous books.



Dr. Louis E. Lombardi, Reno - 39 medical books.



Mr. H. E. Manville, Reno - copies of 16 books, including

"Who's Who in the East", and 3 volumes of "Who's Who in

America" (1958-63).



Mr. Benjamin Moore, Reno - early issues of "Scientific

American".



Nevada Centennial Commission - duplicate set of Early Day

Families records.



Dr. Samuel N. Ornstein, Reno - a copy of "The Psychological

Development of the Child", by Paul H. Mussen ("Foundations

of Modern Psychology Series").



Mrs. Chester Paterson, Reno - copies of "Army Life in

Dakota" (translated from the French) and "The White House".



Dr. Linden A. Rusmer, Sparks - 67 pieces which will form

the cornerstone of the Nevada Heritage Collection.



Mrs. Anna B. Smith, Sparks - copies of the vocal score of

"Robin Hood", by Harry B. Smith and Reginald de Koven, and

the cantata, "King Olaf", by Carl Busch.



Student Union Board, University of Nevada - 2 books "Dallas,

Public and Private", by Warren Lesie, and "The Emergence of

John F. Kennedy: Portrait", by Jacques Lowe.



Mr. George Turner, Eastview, California - copy of his book,

"Slim Rails Through the Sand".



The Zonta Club, Reno - inscribed copy of Muriel Earhart

Morrisey's "Courage is the Price".



Library, Las Vegas Campus, from the following donors:



Dr. Fred Anderson, Reno - $7.50 in memory of Dr. James

Dickinson.



Foley Brothers, Las Vegas - $80 to the Nevada Southern

Library Gifts Fund for purchase of books in memory of 8

deceased persons.



To the Max C. Fleischmann Matching Book Fund from the fol-

lowing donors:



Billinghurst Junior High School Student Body $ 100.00

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bradshaw 100.00

Professor John N. Butler 100.00

Cavanaugh Brothers 100.00

Club Cal Neva 200.00

G. W. De La Mare, in memory of Mr. Austin 500.00

Eagle Pitcher-Company, Lovelock 100.00

Friends of the Library 152.00

J. A. Goetz 100.00

Homecoming Raffle Proceeds (Alumni Association) 927.00

Institutional Grants for Science (NSF) 5,000.00

Jackson Mountain Mining Co. Employees (in

memory of Mr. Austin) 135.00

Rudolph H. Larsen 125.00

Mr. and Mrs. Forest Lovelock 250.00

Mrs. John W. Marvel 100.00

Katherine N. Mattson 125.00

Mineral County Classroom Teachers Association 100.00

Nevada Club, Inc. 600.00

Dr. William O'Brien 125.00

Pickards Mather & Co. (in memory of Mr. Austin) 100.00

Reno Business and Professional Women's Club 500.00

Dr. S. E. Ross, Jr. 100.00

Gladys B. Rowley 100.00

John Sanford 100.00

Joseph and Victor Saturno 5,215.78

A number of individuals in memory of Mr. Rice 270.00

A number of individuals in memory of Mr. Austin 873.00

Jo Ann R. Sorensen 100.00

Student Union Board 390.00

Twentieth Century Club 124.00

University of Nevada Alumni Association 1,798.43

University of Nevada Women's Faculty Club 125.00



Scholarship Payments as follows:



Miss Carolyn M. Beckwith, Portland, Oregon - $20 to the

Theodore H. Post Memorial Scholarship Fund.



Fallon Rotary Club - $200 to the Fallon Rotary Club Scholar-

ship.



Grand Lodge IOOF, Reno - $150 to the Grand Lodge IOOF Schol-

arship Fund.



Mrs. Richard Magee, Austin - new scholarship in the amount

of $500, entitled the "Molly Magee District Three Freshmen

Scholarship Award", to be awarded to a resident of one of

the 15 small counties of District 3.



Reno Business and Professional Women's Club Scholarship -

$200 in memory of Dr. Christie Brown and Miss Felice Cohn.



Mr. L. H. Winer, Mill Valley, California - $50 to the Rita

Hope Winer Scholarship Fund.



Women's Christian Temperance Union, Reno - $150 to the

W. C. T. U. Scholarship.



To the Laboratory for Human Development:



Dr. Fred Anderson, Reno - $15 for purchase of Library ma-

terial ($7.50 in memory of Mrs. Robert Stewart and $7.50 in

memory of Richard Landis), and $600 for operation of the

Laboratory under the direction of Dr. Donald Pickering.



Dr. Richard W. Brown, Reno - $600 for operation of the

Laboratory under the direction of Dr. Donald Pickering,

in memory of Richard Landis.



To the Center for Western North American Studies:



Mr. Willard Z. Park, University of Nevada - the typescript

draft copy of the Master of Arts thesis of Robert Gelston

Armstrong, titled "The Acculturation of the Cheyenne and

Arapaho Indians", submitted to the Graduate School, Uni-

versity of Oklahoma, Norman, 1942.



Mr. Shelton Short, Reno - a copy of his family manuscript

"Memories of My Father - Colonel John Thomas Goode", by

Margaret Goode Moore.



Mrs. Peter Test, Reno - minute books and files of Southside

School P. T. A., and picture of school's first Principal,

Miss Frances Frey.



Miscellaneous Gifts from the following donors:



Mr. and Mrs. Mark Chilton and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harris,

Elko - gift deeds to the University of Nevada to property

in Elko for future education purposes.



Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hall, Las Vegas - deed to an undivided

70% interest in 14 acres adjoining the 41.96 acres already

deeded to the University; this 70% valued at $29,400.



Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Houghton, Reno - 1960 Volkswagen

Microbus for use in the University car pool.



Intercollegiate Knights and Confederated Students of Nevada

Southern, Las Vegas - one very fine didium tree (pine) for

the Nevada Southern Campus, valued at $125.



Nevada Society of Professional Engineers - $25 to the Mathe-

matics Contest Gift Fund.



Mrs. Barbara Rouse, Las Vegas - 2 large fruitless mulberry

trees for the Nevada Southern Campus.



Women's Community Forum, Reno - $50 to be used by the String

Section of the Music Department.



Grants as follows:



Max C. Fleischmann Foundation of Nevada, Reno - $50,000 to

the Matching Book Fund representing the 16th, 17th, 18th,

19th and 20th (and final) increments of the Bood Fund Grant.



Department of Health, Education and Welfare - $3000 to sup-

port the "Modern Foreign Language French Institute" during

the Summer of 1965, under the direction of Professor Charles

V. Wells.



Texas Instruments Foundation, Dallas, Texas - annual grant

of Semiconductor Gifts with a total value of approximately

$3200, for use of the Engineering Department.



From the National Science Foundation:



$15,755 to support the "Secondary Science Training Program"

under the direction of Dr. Richard Gordon Miller.



$25,960 for research in "Physiology and Biochemistry of

Primate Bones" under the direction of Dr. Donald E.

Pickering.



$29,766 for research in "Rhesus Monkey Fetal Skeletal

Biochemistry and Growth" under the direction of Dr. Donald

E. Pickering.



$66,000 for support of the "Nevada Atmospheric Research

Project" under the direction of Professor Wendell A. Mordy.



$21,340 for support of "Field Training for Anthropologists"

under the direction of Dr. Warren L. D'Azevedo.



$10,498 for second year continuation of support for "Gradu-

ate Traineeships" under the direction of Dean Thomas

O'Brien.



$15,534 for support of 3 Graduate Traineeships under the

Graduate Traineeship Program, as follows: one in Physics,

and two which may be assigned in the Engineering, Mathe-

matical or Physical Science (including Biochemistry and

Biophysics), under the direction of Dean Thomas O'Brien.



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

unanimously that the gifts be accepted and the Secretary

send appropriate notes of thanks to the donors.



12. Personnel Recommendations



Personnel recommendations were presented by the President,

as follows:



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Appointments as follows:



Donald J. Cocheba as Assistant Extension Marketing Special-

ist in Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Education at

a salary of $8618 based on twelve month's service, effective

January 1, 1965 (new position).



Clare Noland Mahannah as Assistant Irrigation Specialist

in Biochemistry and Soil Science at a salary of $8975 based

on twelve months' service, effective February 8, 1965 (new

position).



Benjamin R. Payne as Junior Agricultural Biochemist at a

salary of $7193 based on twelve months' service, effective

February 1, 1976 (new position).



Lloyd L. Stitt as Associate Pesticide Specialist in Bio-

chemistry and Soil Science at a salary of $12,182 based on

twelve months' service, effective March 1, 1965 (new posi-

tion).



Leave of Absence as follows:



Ray K. Petersen, Southern Nevada Field Laboratory, for the

period December 14, 1964 through January 31, 1965 because

of illness.



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Appointment as follows:



Richard W. Morris as Graduate Assistant in Physics at a

salary of $1250 for the Spring semester 1965 (replacement

for Gary Moore).



Reappointment as follows:



Robert E. Marshall as Instructor in Physics (part-time) at

a salary of $2800 for the Spring semester 1965.



Change in Status as follows:



Philip C. Bettler from Research Associate to Research

Associate and Associate Professor of Physics, effective

July 1, 1965.



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Appointment as follows:



Eli Grubic as Lecturer in Real Estate Law for the period

February 1 to June 30, 1965 - $525



Changes in Status as follows:



Albin J. Dahl from Lecturer in Economics to Associate

Professor of Economics, effective July 1, 1965.



Alfred W. Stoess from Lecturer in Management to Assistant

Professor of Management, effective July 1, 1965.



Leave of Absence as follows:



Kalo E. Neidert, Assistant Professor of Accounting, for

the academic year 1965-66 to enable him to work on his

Ph. D. degree at the University of Oregon.



DESERT RESEARCH INSTITUTE



Appointments as follows:



Charles R. Breese as Research Professor, Desert Research

Institute and Civil Engineering Principal Investigator; A

Study of the Degradation Properties of Selected Nevada

Mining Aggregates for the period September 1, 1964 to

August 31, 1965 - $2000 (sponsored by Nevada Department

of Highways).



Stanislaw Gross as Research Associate in Biochemistry for

the period January 4 to March 31, 1965 - $3000



Richard N. Schneider, General Supervisor for Packaging

Materials Research Project for the period December 1, 1964

to January 31, 1965 - $300



Hugh Allan Shamberger as Associate Director in charge of

Water Resources Research Center at a salary of $20,000

based on twelve months' service, effective January 4, 1965

(new position).



Philip J. Valentine as Research Associate at a salary of

$12,000 based on twelve months' service, effective December

23, 1964 (new position).



Reappointment as follows:



Edward W. Hussey as Graduate Research Assistant in Chemistry

for the period January 1 to May 30, 1965 - $1150



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



Appointments as follows:



John R. Gamble, Sr., Lecturer in Education and School Ad-

ministration for the period January 27 to June 5, 1965 -

$1260



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Reappointments as follows:



Lindley Manning as Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering at a

salary of $3724 for the Spring semester 1965 (replacement

for Richard N. Schneider, resigned).



Robert B. Mc Kee as Assistant Professor of Mechanical

Engineering at a salary of $3735 for the Spring semester

1965. Mr. Mc Kee has been on a two year leave of absence

(without pay) effective February 1, 1963.



GENERAL UNIVERSITY EXTENSION



Appointments as follows:



Michael J. Clarke, Instructor of Art for the period October

7, 1964 to February 5, 1965 - $525 (Mesquite, Nevada)



Richard T. Dankworth, Assistant Director of 1965 Summer

School for the period June 14 to September 1, 1965 - $2100



Ruth Dolin, Instructor in English (non-credit) for the

period February 2 to June 5, 1965 - $1050 (Las Vegas)



Jo Ann Jacks, Instructor in English (non-credit) for the

period February 2 to June 5, 1965 - $525 (Las Vegas)



Robert Kittredge, Instructor in Secondary Education for

the period February 9 to May 25, 1965 - $350 (Las Vegas)



Ralph C. Lundgreen, Instructor in English (non-credit) for

the period February 2 to June 5, 1965 - $1050 (Las Vegas)



Jay Maker, Instructor in Programming for the period Septem-

ber 30 to November 25, 1964 - $300 (Carson City)



Mary Elizabeth Moore, Instructor in English (non-credit)

for the period February 2 to June 3, 1965 - $525 (Las Vegas)



Margaret L. O'Neal, Instructor in English (non-credit) for

the period February 2 to June 5, 1965 - $525 (Las Vegas)



Doris M. Reed, Instructor in English (non-credit) for the

period February 2 to June 5, 1965 - $525 (Las Vegas)



Edward M. Singer, Coordinator of English (non-credit) for

the period February 2 to June 5, 1965 - $675 (Las Vegas)



George D. Walther, Instructor in English (non-credit) for

the period February 2 to June 5, 1965 - $525 (Las Vegas)



Dennis A. Smith, Jr., Instructor in English (non-credit)

for the period February 2 to June 5, 1965 - $525 (Las Vegas)



Leave of Absence as follows:



Donald G. Potter, Director, Audio Visual Center, July 4

through July 24, 1965 (without pay) to serve as Assistant

Director of a Media Specialist Institute at Boulder,

Colorado.



NEVADA SOUTHERN



Appointment as follows:



Gisela Mille Titman as Assistant Catalog Librarian at a sal-

ary of $6480 based on twelve months' service, effective

January 1, 1965 (replacement for Sirkka Hall).



Leave of Absence as follows:



Paul E. Burns, Instructor in History for the Fall semester

1965-66 to enable him to work on his Ph. D. degree at

Stanford University and Columbia University.



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

unanimously that the personnel recommendations be approved.



President Armstrong presented the following recommendations

for the granting of Emeritus Status, effective July 1, 1965

as approved by the Academic Council:



Mary Gertrude Hayes, Home Extension Agent

I. J. Sandorf, Professor of Electrical Engineering

Alice Terry, Secretary to the President and Board of

Regents

Louis Titus, Professor of Farm Mechanics



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

unanimously that the above recommendations be approved.



President Armstrong presented the following recommendations

for Post Retirement Appointments:



Reynold C. Fuson, Distinguished Visting Professor of

Chemistry, for the academic year 1965-66 (part-time).



John R. Gottardi, Professor of Foreign Language, for

the academic year 1965-66.



A. L. Higginbotham, Professor of Journalism, for the

academic year 1965-66.



Arlin Rex Johnson, Lecturer in Business Administration,

Nevada Southern, for the academic year 1965-66.



Jacob S. Orleans, Professor of Psychology, Nevada

Southern, for the academic year 1965-66.



Motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried unanimous-

ly that the above recommendations be approved.



President Armstrong presented the following recommendations

for granting of Tenure, effective July 1, 1965, as approved

by the Academic Council:



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Curtiss M. Bailey, Assistant Professor and Assistant

Geneticist

Damaris Bradish, Assistant Home Agent, Clark County

Thomas W. Cook, Agent at Large for Indian Affairs

Robert S. Ferraro, Extension Agent, Pershing County

Alice C. Gaston, Assistant Professor of Home Economics

A. Z. Joy, Extension Agent, White Pine and Eureka

Counties

Robert L. Kersey, Associate Professor of Home Economics

Anthony L. Lesperance, Assistant Nutritionist and

Assistant Professor

Stuart D. Lyda, Assistant Professor and Assistant Plant

Pathologist

Gayland D. Robison, Assistant Agronomist in Plant

Science

Walter J. Whorton, Information Specialist in Charge



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Floyd L. Edsall, Associate Professor, Health, Physical

Education and Recreation

* Robert D. Harvey, Instructor in English

David W. Hettich, Assistant Professor of English

Harold L. Kirkpatrick, Assistant Professor of History

and Assistant Dean

James B. Nickels, Associate Professor of Psychology

Erling R. Skorpen, Assistant Professor of Philosophy



COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



James C. Davis, Associate Professor of School Adminis-

tration



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Glen H. Clark, Assistant Professor of Electrical

Engineering

Wayne L. Miller, Assistant Professor of Nuclear

Engineering



GENERAL UNIVERSITY EXTENSION



Wayne S. Martin, Associate Professor and Director of

Continuing Education



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



Paul A. Weyler, Assistant Chemist in the Nevada Mining

Analytical Laboratory



NEVADA SOUTHERN



Robert E. Kittredge, Counselor and Assistant Professor

Charles H. Sheldon, Instructor in Political Science

Andre Simmons, Assistant Professor of Business Admin-

istration

Herbert C. Wells, Assistant Professor of Engineering

Science



UNIVERSITY SERVICES



Samuel D. Wood, Assistant Catalog Librarian



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

unanimously that the above recommendations be approved.



President Armstrong presented the following recommendations

for Promotion, effective July 1, 1965, as approved by the

Academic Council:



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Curtiss M. Bailey, Assistant Professor of Animal Science to

Associate Professor.



Theodore A. Butler, Assistant Professor of Agricultural

Mechanics to Associate Professor.



Katherine Everson, Home Agent in Clark County, from Rank 1

to Rank 2.



Alice Gaston, Assistant Professor of Home Economics to

Associate Professor.



John H. Pursel, Assistant Extension Agent in Washoe County,

from Rank 1 to Rank 2.



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



* Allen J. Belkind, Instructor in English to Assistant Profes-

sor.



Theodore E. Conover, Assistant Professor of Journalism to

Associate Professor.



Donald G. Cooney, Associate Professor of Biology to Profes-

sor.



Richard T. Dankworth, Assistant Professor of Health, Physi-

cal Education and Recreation to Associate Professor.



Peter Etzkorn, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Anthro-

pology to Associate Professor.



* Don D. Fowler, Instructor in Sociology and Anthropology to

Assistant Professor.



Thomas V. Frazier, Associate Professor of Physics to

Professor.



* Paule Tisserand Fricke, Instructor in Foreign Language to

Assistant Professor.



* Richard G. Guerin, Instructor in English to Assistant

Professor.



* Robert D. Harvey, Instructor in English to Assistant Profes-

sor.



* Earl Douglas Mitchell, Instructor in Foreign Languages to

Assistant Professor.



* Stanley A. Pearl, Instructor in Political Science to

Assistant Professor.



Larry L. Pippin, Instructor in Political Science to

Assistant Professor.



Robert Roelofs, Associate Professor of Philosophy to

Professor.



Charles W. Ross, Assistant Professor of Art to Associate

Professor.



* Valerie Shinavar, Instructor in Political Science to

Assistant Professor.



Paul H. Smith, Assistant Professor of History to Associate

Professor.



* Howard V. Starks, Instructor in English to Assistant

Professor.



Wayne Suttles, Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthro-

pology to Professor.



Edward W. Yates, Associate Professor of Art to Professor.



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION



Edward M. Vietti, Associate Professor of Office Administra-

tion to Professor.



COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING



Charles F. Fell, Associate Professor of Electrical Engi-

neering to Professor.



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



Joseph Lintz, Jr., Associate Professor of Geology, Mackay

School of Mines and Associate Petroleum Geologist, Nevada

Bureau of Mines to Professor of Geology, Mackay School of

Mines and Petroleum Geologist, Nevada Bureau of Mines.



NEVADA SOUTHERN



Charles L. Adams, Jr., Assistant Professor of English to

Associate Professor.



Michael Drakulich, Assistant Professor and Director of

Athletics to Associate Professor and Director of Athletics.



Paul C. Harris, Jr., Assistant Professor of English and

Speech to Associate Professor.



Holbert H. Hendrix, Associate Professor of Education to

Professor.



* Antonio Espiritu Lapitan, Instructor in Political Science

to Assistant Professor.



Billie Mae Polson, Catalog Librarian, from Rank 1 to Rank 2.



* Charles H. Sheldon, Instructor in Political Science to

Assistant Professor.



Andre Simmons, Assistant Professor of Business Administra-

tion to Associate Professor.



ORVIS SCHOOL OF NURSING



Alene R. Dickinson, Assistant Professor of Nursing to

Associate Professor.



UNIVERSITY SERVICES



Robert D. Armstrong, Special Collections Librarian, from

Rank 1 to Rank 2.



Clayton A. Carpenter, Electrical Engineer from Rank 2

to Rank 3.



David W. Heron, Director of Libraries, from Rank 3 to

Rank 4.



* Contingent upon completion of all requirements for Ph. D.

degree by September 1, 1965.



Motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Mr. Davis, carried unani-

mously that the above recommendations be approved.



13. Financial Reports



President Armstrong presented the following request from Mr.

Humphrey, with his recommendation for approval:



"The University Administrative Manual, Section 0708, pres-

ently requires monthly expenditure reports (detailed to

object) for internal use and quarterly and annual financial

statements for use of the Board of Regents and limited pub-

lic distribution.



"I recommend that you request approval of the Board of

Regents to discontinue two of the three quarterly reports;

i. e., the report for the period July 1 - September 30 and

the report for the period July 1 - March 31.



"This would still provide for the issuance of the monthly

detailed reports, a Board of Regents report for the six

month period July 1 - December 31 and the annual public

financial statements. I recommend this because I believe

the expense of printing and preparing the two extra quarter-

ly reports is no longer justified."



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

unanimously that President Armstrong's recommendation be

approved.



14. President Armstrong requested authorization from the Board

to proceed to inform Deans and Directors of amounts avail-

able under merit increase provision so that they can de-

velop their recommendations for salary increases.



Motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mrs. Magee, carried unani-

mously that President Armstrong's request be approved.



15. Book of the Oath



President Armstrong recalled to the Board the long standing

practice of asking each graduating Senior to sign the Book

of the Oath at the end of each Commencement Ceremony. He

pointed out that because of the increase in the number of

graduates and the two separate Commencement Ceremonies now

being held, it is becoming increasingly difficult to obtain

the signature. He also stated that the Oath itself is con-

sidered by many of the students and faculty to be archaic

and he recommended that the administering of the Oath at

Commencement and the signing of the Book of the Oath be

discontinued.



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

unanimously that the signing of the Book of the Oath be

discontinued and the Book be placed in the University

archives, but that the administering of the Oath to the

graduates be continued.



16. Name Change for Southern Regional Division



President Armstrong read to the Board an excerpt from the

minutes of the December meeting of the Nevada Southern fac-

ulty, and a communication from the Secretary of the Divi-

sion Council of Nevada Southern, indicating that the major-

ity of those present at meetings of these groups had voted

to recommend that the name of the Southern Regional Divi-

sion be changed to University of Nevada at Las Vegas.



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

unanimously that the Faculty and Division Council at Nevada

Southern be thanked for their recommendations, and that

they be informed of the earlier action of the Board at its

meeting of December 19, at which time the Board unanimously

voted to seek legislation which would change the name of

Southern Regional Division to Nevada Southern University.



17. Resolutions



President Armstrong presented for signature the following

resolution, drafted at the request of the Board in appre-

ciation of former Regent Germain's service to the University

of Nevada:



RESOLUTION NO. 65-4



WHEREAS, Raymond R. Germain has served during the past

six years, from January 1, 1959 to December 31, 1964,

as a member of the Board of Regents to the University

of Nevada, and



WHEREAS, during this time he has been most faithful

in attendance at meetings of the Board and of its

various committees to which he has been appointed, and



WHEREAS, Mr. Germain has served as Chairman of the

Athletic Committee, Chairman of the Legislative Com-

mittee, and member of the Regulations and Salary

Committee and of the Building Committee, and has pro-

vided leadership and counsel in the work of these

committees, and



WHEREAS, during his service as a member of the Board of

Regents he has consistently sought to promote the de-

velopment of the University of Nevada and in particular

of Nevada Southern,



NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Regents

of the University of Nevada that sincere thanks and

appreciation be hereby extended to Raymond R. Germain

for his service to the University, together with all

good wishes for the future.



Given at Reno this twenty-third day of January, 1965.



Mr. Jacobsen suggested that the Administration draft reso-

lutions expressing the appreciation of the Board for the

service which Mr. Grant as Chairman and Dr. Lombardi as

Vice Chairman had rendered to the University during their

terms of office.



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

mously that the above suggestion be adopted.



The Administration was also asked to draft a resolution in

memory of the late Dr. James Dickinson for his service to

the University.



18. The Board of Regents adjourned to sit as the State Commis-

sion on the Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963.



19. Following luncheon, the Regents met in Executive Session

to consider additional personnel recommendations.



20. Legislative Program (continued)



Further discussion concerning the proposed legislative

program for Whittell Forest resulted in the following

action:



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

mously that a bill concerning trespass of Whittell Forest

property be drafted and discussion be tabled until draft

available for study.



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

unanimously that a bill concerning water rights at Marlette

Lake be approved as drafted.



Motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Grant, carried with

Mrs. Magee abstaining, that the bill authorizing the Board

of Regents of the University of Nevada to acquire by pur-

chase or condemnation specified land, be amended to provide

that no State appropriated money will be requested or used.



Motion by Mr. Davis, seconded by Mr. Hug, carried unanimous-

ly that the University seek amendment of NRS 37.101 to allow

Board of Regents to exercise right of eminent domain.



21. The next meeting of the Board will be held on February 27,

1965.



The meeting adjourned at 3:35 P.M.



Fred M. Anderson, M. D.

Chairman



Bonnie Smotony

Secretary

01-23-1965