11/20/1965

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
November 20-21, 1965








11-20-1965

Pages 124-140

BOARD OF REGENTS

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA

November 20, 1965



The Board of Regents met in regular session in Room 112, Social

Science building, Nevada Southern University, on Saturday,

November 10, 1965. Present were Regents Anderson, Davis, Grant,

Hug, Jacobsen, Lombardi, Magee, Ronzone and White; President

Armstrong, Chancellors Miller and Moyer, Vice President Humphrey

and Mr. Ed Pine, Director of Physical Plant. Mr. Mike Wendell of

the Attorney General's office was present as were members of the

Nevada Southern University faculty and student body. Members of

the Press were Miss Border, Miss Pary and Mr. Dromiack.



The meeting was called to order by Chairman Anderson at 9:15 A.M.



1. Minutes of Previous Meeting



Upon motion by Mr. Grant, seconded by Mrs. Magee, and

unanimous vote, the minutes of the previous meeting were

approved as distributed.



2. Report of the Plant and Property Committee Meeting of

November 19, 1965



Mr. Jacobsen reported on the meeting of the Plant and

Property Committee as follows:



The Plant and Property Committee met in Room 112 of the

Social Science building, Nevada Southern University on No-

vember 19, 1965 at 11:30 A.M. with Regents Anderson, Davis,

Grant, Hug, Jacobsen, Lombardi, Magee, Ronzone and White,

President Armstrong, Chancellors Miller and Moyer, Vice

President Humphrey, Mr. Pine and Mr. Hancock present.



Recommendations of the Committee are as follows:



(1) Landscaping, Nevada Southern University



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee recommend

to the Board of Regents that authority be granted to

The Committee to approve the bid and award the con-

tract most satisfactory to NSU for the landscaping

of the Campus.



Action of the Board:



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

mously that the action of the Committee become the action

of the Board.



(2) Dining-Dormitory Complex, Nevada Southern University



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee recommend

to the Board of Regents that the plans be approved as

amended, that the project be advertised and the Uni-

versity Administration be authorized to make the award

in conjunction with the State Planning Board.



Action of the Board:



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

unanimously that the action of the Committee become the

action of the Board.



(3) Library Addition, Nevada Southern University



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee recommend

that the Board of Regents authorize the Committee to

approve the final plans for the Nevada Southern Uni-

versity Library addition.



Action of the Board:



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

unanimously that the action of the Committee become the

action of the Board.



(4) Physical Science Complex, Reno Campus



It was recommended that President Armstrong be re-

quested to accept the invitation of the State Planning

Board to attend their meeting on December 3, 1965 in

Las Vegas.



(No action by the Board.)



(5) Greenhouses near Water Resources Building, Reno Campus



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

without dissenting vote that the Board of Regents be

requested to authorize the Committee to approve the

final plans, advertise and award this project, provid-

ed funds are available.



Action of the Board:



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

unanimously that the action of the Committee become the

action of the Board.



(6) Renewable Resources and Animal Research Buildings



Mr. Pine reported that final plans for these two

buildings would be ready for approval prior to the

next Board of Regents meeting.



Motion by Dr. Lombardi, seconded by Mr. Grant, car-

ried without dissenting vote that the Board of Re-

gents be requested to authorize the Committee to ap-

prove the final plans for the above two projects.

It was noted that the funds to be used for these

buildings are from the sale of the Ladino Farm, with

a portion of the cost of the Renewable Resources

building funded by a Federal grant.



Action of the Board:



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

unanimously that the action of the Committee become the

action of the Board.



(7) Sewer Right of Way at 4-H Camp



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee recommend

to the Board of Regents that the right of way be ap-

proved under the following terms:



(a) Annex the said 4-H Camp property to the District

and hook up adequate sewer service as soon as

capacity is available.



(b) Waive all fees and charges for annexation, hookup

and service except maintenance and operation cost

bases on usage and the plan checking and inspec-

tion fee.



(c) The District will not permit the proposed right

of way to encroach or interfere with an easement

or right of way presently existing for the bene-

fit of or in behalf of the said property.



(d) The sewer line for which the right of way is giv-

en will be buried sufficiently deep so as not to

impede or interfere with the use of said 4-H Camp

property. It is also understood and agreed that

no pumps or other mechanical equipment will be

installed on the right of way over the said 4-H

Camp property.



(e) If at any time the right of way is no longer re-

quired or used for the said sewer line, the right

of way granted by this agreement will terminate

and the District will execute the necessary doc-

uments to effectuate the termination of record.



Action of the Board:



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

unanimously that the action of the Committee become the

action of the Board.



(8) Block Property



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

without dissenting vote that Mr. Humphrey negotiate

further with Mr. Block.



(Committee action noted and accepted by the Board.)



(9) Rental Properties for Student Housing



Mr. Humphrey reported that the State Highway Depart-

ment had made an offer to the University to lease

properties to be used for additional living facili-

ties during the period January 1 through June 11,

1966.



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee recommend

to the Board of Regents that the Administration be

be authorized to negotiate a lease with the State

Highway Department subject to Chancellor Miller's

approval and determination of ability to finance by

having sufficient tenants.



Action of the Board:



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

unanimously that the action of the Committee become the

action of the Board.



(10) Stead Air Force Base



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee recommend

to the Board of Regents the adoption of the following

resolution:



WHEREAS, certain real property owned by the

United States consisting of Stead Air Force

Base, located in the County of Washoe, State

of Nevada, has been declared surplus and is

subject to disposal for educational purposes

by the Secretary of Health, Education and

Welfare, under the Federal Property and Ad-

ministrative Services Act of 1949, as amended,

and rules and regulations promulgated pursuant

thereto; and



WHEREAS, the Board of Regents of the University

of Nevada needs a portion of said property and

can utilize the same for educational purposes in

accordance with the requirement of said Act and

the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder;



NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of

Regents of the University of Nevada shall make

application to the Secretary of Health, Educa-

tion and Welfare for and secure the transfer of

the above mentioned property for educational use

upon and subject to such exceptions, reserva-

tions, terms, covenants, agreements, conditions

and restrictions as the Secretary of Health,

Education and Welfare, or his authorized repre-

sentatives may require in connection with the

disposal of said property under said Act and

the rules and regulations issued pursuant

thereto; and



BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Charles J. Armstrong,

President of the University of Nevada, be and he

is hereby authorized, for and on behalf of the

Board of Regents of the University of Nevada, to

do and perform any and all acts and things which

may be necessary to carry out the foregoing reso-

lution; including the preparing, making and fil-

ling of plans, applications, reports and other

documents, including representations and commit-

ments regarding use and time within which such

use shall commence; the execution, acceptance,

delivery and recordation of agreements, deeds and

other instruments pertaining to the transfer of

said property; and the payment of any and all

sums necessary on account of the purchase price

thereof or on account of fees or costs incurred

in connection with the transfer of said property

for surveys, title searches, appraisals, recorda-

tion of instruments or escrow costs.



Action of the Board:



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

unanimously that the action of the Committee become the

action of the Board.



3. Report of the Educational Policies Committee Meeting of

November 19, 1965



Dr. White reported on the meeting of the Educational

Policies Committee as follows:



The Educational Policies Committee met at 3:30 P.M. in the

Social Science building, Nevada Southern University Campus.

Present were all Regents, President Armstrong, Chancellors

Miller and Moyer and Vice President Humphrey.



Recommendations of the Committee are as follows:



(1) Migrant Worker Program, Economic Opportunity Program



Upon motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Jacobsen, it

was unanimously voted to request the Board to indicate

its willingness to serve as a sponsor for the Migrant

Labor Project in Clark County, as funded through the

Office of Economic Opportunity. It was understood that

this sponsorship places the Regents under no financial

obligation.



Action of the Board:



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

unanimously that the action of the Committee become the

action of the Board.



(2) Tentative Work Program for 1966-67



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee recommend

to the Board that the Legislature be requested to fund

new positions for both Campuses, the number of new

positions to be requested to be based on justifications

received from the Chancellors.



Action of the Board:



Motion by Dr. White, seconded by Mrs. Magee, carried unani-

mously that the action of the Committee become the action of

the Board and that the Board urge the Governor to call a

special session of the Legislature for the consideration of

an appropriation to fund the required new positions.



(3) National Commission for Higher Educational Facilities

Act of 1963



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee request the

Board to approve its recommendation that Mr. Humphrey

be asked to attend a meeting to be held in Denver in

January, 1966 to discuss the formation of a national

organization of all State Commissions.



Action of the Board:



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

mously that the action of the Committee become the action

of the Board.



(4) Proposed Health Service Fee for Graduate Students



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

without dissenting vote that the Committee recommend to

the Board the approval of a policy requiring all grad-

uage students enrolled in seven credits or more to pay

an $8.00 health fee, effective Fall semester, 1966.

This policy would apply only to those graduate students

on the Reno Campus.



Action of the Board:



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

mously that the action of the Committee become the action

of the Board.



(5) Proposed Departmentalization of NSU Divisions



Upon motion by Mrs. Magee, seconded by Mr. Davis, it

was unanimously voted to recommend to the Board that

the following departmentalization of NSU be approved,

effective Spring semester, 1966.



Business Administration Division

Accounting

General Business

Economics



Education and Physical Education Division

Physical Education

Elementary and Secondary Education



Humanities and Fine Arts Division

English

Art

Foreign Languages



Science and Mathematics Division

Physical Sciences

Biological Sciences

Mathematics



Social Science Division

Political Science

Psychology

History



Action of the Board:



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

unanimously that the action of the Committee become the

action of the Board.



(6) Proposed Thanksgiving Fast for Freedom, Reno Campus



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

with Dr. White opposed, that the Committee recommend

to the Board the approval of the proposed Thanksgiving

Fast for Freedom to be conducted on the Reno Campus,

subject to determination of its legality by the At-

torney General's Office. This proposal, as outlined,

would permit students who so desire to give up a

dinner meal and the cost of the meal paid to an or-

ganization to provide food and clothing for people

in a South Vietnamese village.



Action of the Board:



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

unanimously that the action of the Committee become the

action of the Board.



4. Acceptance of Gifts



President Armstrong recommended acceptance of the following

gifts and grants received by the University:



Library, Reno Campus, from the following donors:



President Charles J. Armstrong and Board of Regents - $15

in memory of Mrs. Lena Bryson.



Mr. William Becker, Sacramento, California - 8 volumes in

Economics and History.



Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bergevin and Mr. and Mrs. Fred H.

Dressler, Gardnerville - $25 in memory of Mr. Sam Kafoury.



Professor Eleanore Bushnell, University of Nevada, Reno -

a copy of "John Fitzgerald Kennedy: Memorial Addresses

Delivered in Congress".



Mr. Edwin H. Carpenter, South Pasadena, California - a

copy of "A Sixteenth Century Mexican Broadside", from the

collection of Emilio Valton.



Mr. John W. Diehl, Fallon - $20 in memory of Billy Dean

Fritz.



Mrs. Nellie A. Franz, Cincinnati, Ohio - a copy of her

book, "English Women Enter the Professions".



Mr. Richard Ham, Carson City - Addresses and papers of

Governor Luther Hartwell Hodges, 1959-1960.



Dean Laurance M. Hyde, Jr., University of Nevada, Reno - a

copy of the book of readings for the Kansas Judicial

Seminar, September 21-23, 1965 and a copy of "The Courts,

The Public, and The Law Explosion".



Dr. Louis E. Lombardi, Reno - $10 in memory of his mother,

Mrs. Lena Bryson.



Mrs. Chester Paterson, Reno - Bliss and Holmes "Descend-

ants", "Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of

New England", "Pioneers of Maine and New Hampshire" and

"Pioneers of Massachusetts".



Mrs. Charles Priest, Reno - 57 books and other material.



Mrs. Maida J. Pringle and Mr. Clyde Fox, Reno - $15 in

memory of Dr. Arthur E. Orvis.



Mr. Joseph Saturno, Reno - $10.94 to bring to $200 the

total of his recent contribution.



Mrs. Russell Thayer, Carson City - a copy of "The Nevada

Voter" and "The Nevada Reapportionment Decision".



Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Thomas, Reno - $10 in memory of

Mrs. Lena Bryson.



Professor Ben M. Wofford, University of Nevada, Reno -

copies of his "Annual Yield on Investments".



In memory of Mrs. Grace Jacobsen, from the following

donors:



Misses Julia E. Hornbecker, Helen Houseknecht

and Jessie Crofut, Waterbury, Connecticut $15

Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred D. Jones, Gardnerville 5

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Lindstrom, Carson City 5

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Logan, Carson City 5

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Merialdo, Carson City 5

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schultz, Carson City 5



Scholarships and Prizes payments for both Campuses as

follows:



Anonymous - $500 to the Reid Gardner Memorial



Mr. Yau Tsung Chen, Reno - $600



FFA Standard Oil Scholarship Fund of Nevada - $300



First Western Savings and Loan Association, Las Vegas - $750



Mr. Charles Goldring, Los Angeles, Caifornia - $250 to the

Jerome and Lora Regensbury Foundation.



National Maritime Union Pension and Welfare, New York -

$2128



Springer and Newton Law Firm, Reno - $250



Nevada Prize Examination in High School Mathematics, from

the following:



The Anaconda Company, Weed Heights - $50

Edgerton, Germeshausen & Grier, Inc., Las Vegas - $50

Hydro Conduit Corporation, Sparks - $15

Nevada Bank of Commerce, Reno - $50

Sierra Pacific Power Company, Reno - $100



Miscellaneous Gifts from the following:



Anonymous - $1250 to the Teenage Opportunity Program.



Anonymous - $100 to the Basque Language research project,

under the direction of Mr. Robert Laxalt, University Press.



Mrs. Kenneth Buck, Reno - permission to the center for

Western North American Studies to film her family's

scrapbook, "The Dickerson Saga".



A. Carlisle & Company, Reno - $10 to the Orvis School of

Nursing in memory of Delle Boyd.



Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Michigan - weed killing

compounds, valued at $1012.70 to the Agricultural Experi-

ment Station.



Max C. Fleischmann Foundation of Nevada - $51,935.65 consti-

tuting reimbursement to the University of Nevada for law

books purchased during October, 1965 for the National

College of State Trial Judges.



Mr. Herbert E. Grier, Las Vegas - $1650 to the Music

Concert Series at Nevada Southern University.



Mr. Neil Humphrey, University of Nevada, Reno - $25 to the

Intercollegiate Athletics fund to be used by the Gymnastic

Team.



Texas Instruments Foundation, Dallas, Texas - a grant of

solid state items, valued at $4300 to the Electrical

Engineering Department of the College of Engineering.



To the Donald E. Pierce Memorial Heart Fund, from the

following:



Colonel and Mrs. Robert T. Romine, Reno - $5

Colonel and Mrs. Robert K. Schratz, Stead AFB - $20

Washoe County Sheriff's Office - $5



To the Mackay School of Mines, from the following:



Mr. H. D. Curry, Salt Lake City, Utah - $15 for a

courtesy extended to him by Dr. Joseph Lintz.

The Ford Motor Company Fund, Dearborn, Michigan - $50 to

match a gift from Mr. Victor E. Kral.

Dr. William Welsh and Ace Barton, Gabbs - an unusual and

valuable specimen of silver ore from the Belmont Mine

in Tonopah.



Grants, as follows:



National Science Foundation, Washington, D. C. - $6300 as

an additional sum to an original grant of $40,000 for sup-

port of research entitled "Influence of Geology on Storage

and Withdrawal of Ground Water and Concurrent Land Subsi-

dence" under the direction of Dr. George B. Maxey, Desert

Research Institute.



Nevada Heart Association, Reno - the second $1000 install-

ment of a $5000 grant to the research program under the

direction of Dr. George Smith, Laboratory of Environmental

Patho-Physiology.



Office of Aerospace Research, USAF, Washington, D. C. -

$13,634 to support research entitled "Kinetics of Transition

Metal Ions of d8 Electronic Configuration" under the di-

rection of Dr. David J. Mc Donald, Chemistry department.



3M Company - represented by Gordon H. Huber Co., Reno - to

the College of Education: one "Thermo-Fax" copying machine,

one model 66 overhead projector, one model 50 overhead proj-

ector, one carton transparency film, one box containing

lecture series and workshop guide and boxes containing

reference books and transparency original packets.



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

unanimously that the gifts and grants be accepted and the

Secretary send appropriate notes of thanks to the donors.



5. Approval of Check Registers



President Armstrong recommended the check registers as

submitted by Mr. Humphrey be approved.



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

by roll call vote that the check registers be approved.



6. Bid Openings



President Armstrong recommended approval of the following

bid opening reports and the action taken:



A meeting to open bids was held in Room 202, Morrill Admin-

istration building, at 2:00 P.M., on Friday, October 29,

1965. Present were Internal Auditor Dawson and Plant Eng-

ineer Whalen. Bid notice had duly appeared in local papers

for MOVING RESIDENCE, 277 STANTON COURT, RENO, NEVADA.



Mr. Whalen opened the only bid received:



John and Dario E. Bevilaqua

accompanied by a cashier's check $2585



It is recommended that the bid of John and Dario E.

Bevilaqua, in the amount of $2585 be accepted, and a

contract be drawn to accomplish this work. This bid is

within the estimate prepared by the Physical Plant office,

and funds are available in the Main Station Farm Dairy

Building (Ladino Dairy Land Sales Proceeds) Account No.

1-91-3012-112.

Voucher No. 90043



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

roll call vote that the bid of John and Dario E. Bevilaqua

be accepted and the contract awarded.



A meeting to open bids was held in Room 202, Morrill Hall,

at 2:00 P.M., on Wednesday, October 27, 1965. Present were

Internal Auditor Dawson and Engineering Chief Carpenter and

members of bidding firms. Bid notice had duly appeared in

local papers for INSTALLATION OF FENCE, 4-H CAMP, SOUTH

SHORE, LAKE TAHOE.



Bids were received and opened by Mr. Dawson as follows:



Reno Fence Co.

accompanied by cashier's check Base Bid $14,042.50

(Alternate A not a deduct) Alt A 7,412.35

Unit Cost 1.933/ft.



Tholl Fence Inc.

accompanied by bid bond Base Bid $11,488.80

Alt A 6,003.64

Unit Cost 1.40/ft.

Sierra Fence Co.

accompanied by cashier's check Base Bid $11,738.97

Alt A 6,882.75

Installed Unit Cost 1.59/ft.

Deducted Unit Cost 1.75/ft.



Reliable Fence Co.

accompanied by bid bond Base Bid $11,933.00

Alt A 6,600.00

Unit Cost -0-



It is recommended that the bid of Tholl Fence Company in the

amount of $11,488 be accepted, and a contract be drawn to

accomplish this work. This bid is in line with the estimate

prepared by the office of the Director of Physical Plant,

and funds are available in the "4-H Club Funds", Account No.

3-25-3001-112.

Voucher No. 90045



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

roll call vote that the bid of Tholl Fence Company be

accepted and the contract awarded.



7. Miscellaneous



President Armstrong read to the Board a letter from Meiser

Enterprises expressing thanks for cooperation received from

the University staff during the construction of the Water

Resources Research building.



8. Request for Special Session



President Armstrong reviewed for the Board the following

items which either have been or will be requested to be

placed on the agenda for a special session of the State

Legislature:



(a) Funding of additional professional positions for

1966-67.



(b) Funds for the operation of Stead Air Force Base.



(c) Enabling legislation for Dormitory/Dining facility,

Reno Campus.



(d) Enabling legislation for NSU Student Union.



(e) $200,000 appropriation for NSU Student Union.



(f) Corrective legislation re furnishings for Nye Hall.



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

unanimously that the Board request the Governor to call

a special session for the consideration of the above items.



9. The regular meeting of the Board adjourned and the Regents

convened into an Executive Session, at which time the

following personnel recommendations were approved:



Sabbatical Leaves:



Associate Professor Willard Day - academic year 1966-67

Professor Joseph Lintz - academic year 1966-67

Professor Joseph H. Robertson - academic year 1966-67

Professor Ruth Russell - second semester of 1966-67

Assistant Professor Alex Simirenko - academic year 1966-67

Professor Patricia Tripple - academic year 1966-67

Associate Professor Charles Wells - academic year 1966-67

Associate Professor Ronald Williams - first semester 1966-67

Professor John S. Wright - academic year 1966-67



Tenure:



COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Dean C. Fletcher, Professor



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE



Don W. Driggs, Associate Professor

Paul Tisserand Fricke, Instructor



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



Frank W. Bowdish, Associate Mineral Technologist, Nevada

Nevada Mining Analytical Laboratory, and Associate

Professor

Anthony L. Payne, Associate Professor

Harold A. Vincent, Assistant Chemist, Nevada Bureau of

Mines and Nevada Mining Analytical Laboratory



UNIVERSITY SERVICES



Roberta J. Barnes, Instructor



Leaves of Absence



J. Kirk Day, College of Agriculture, sick leave from

September 13 thru September 30, 1965 and one-half time

sick leave October 1 thru December 31, 1965.



Robert W. Davenport, Nevada Southern University, leave

without pay for the Spring semester 1966, to complete

his doctoral dissertation.



Personnel Appointments



DESERT RESEARCH INSTITUTE



Daya R. Varma, M. D., as Visiting Assistant Professor of

Pharmacology for the period October 2-29, 1965 - $200



GENERAL UNIVERSITY EXTENSION



Bert B. Babero as Instructor in Zoology for the period

September 16, 1965 to January 21, 1966 - $275 (Nevada

Southern).



Dean C. Fletcher as Instructor in Nursing for the period

November 2, 1965 to January 26, 1966 - $800 (Fallon).



John G. Folkes as Instructor in History for the period

September 22, 1965 to January 26, 1966 - $600 (Stead Air

Force Base).



Charles William Johnson as Lecturer in Insurance Adjusters

Seminar for the period September 9 to December 9, 1965 -

$185 (Las Vegas).



Charles Knight as Coordinator of the Elko Off-Campus Center

for the period September 20, 1965 to January 26, 1966 - $300



John Marean as Instructor in Elementary Education for the

period September 21, 1965 to January 26, 1966 - $600

(Fallon).



Jacqueline Mongeot as Instructor in English A for the period

September 16, 1965 to January 21, 1966 - $525 (Nevada

Southern).



Donald B. Olsen as Instructor in Anatomy and Physiology,

X-Ray Program for the period August 15, 1965 to January 24,

1966 - $350 (Technical Education).



Georgianna Hicks Perazzo as Instructor in English A for the

period September 16, 1965 to January 21, 1966 - $1050

(Nevada Southern).



Ruth Petty as Instructor in English A for the period Septem-

ber 16, 1965 to January 21, 1966 - $525 (Nevada Southern).



Doris Reed as Instructor in English for the period September

16, 1965 to January 21, 1966 - $525 (Nevada Southern).



James S. Roberts as Instructor in Political Science for the

period September 21, 1965 to January 26, 1966 - $600

(Carson City).



Adolph Silberman as Instructor in Psychology for the period

September 16, 1965 to January 21, 1966 - $525 (Nevada

Southern).



Mary Baye Werlinger as Key Punch Instructor for the period

September 30 to December 1, 1965 - $450 (Technical Ed.).



MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES



Robert C. Horton as Acting Associate Director of Nevada

Bureau of Mines and Nevada Mining Analytical Laboratory for

the period November 1, 1965 to June 30, 1966, at the annual

salary rate of $13,272 (contract change - replacement for

S. E. Jerome).



Jack G. Quade as Junior Research Coordinator in Geology-

Geography for the period October 15, 1965 to June 30, 1966,

at the annual salary rate of $8262 (new position).



NEVADA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY



Lee Robert Baker as Lecturer in General Biology Laboratory

for the period September 16, 1965 to January 25, 1966 - $275



Howard Chase as Instructor in Music for the period September

16, 1965 to January 25, 1966 - individual instruction fee of

$48 per student, per credit.



Dudley G. Evans as Lecturer in History for the period

September 17, 1965 to January 25, 1966 - $525.



William Gromoko as Lecturer in Music for the period of

September 16, 1965 to January 25, 1966 - individual

instruction fee of $48 per student, per credit.



Kathleen Hamill as Lecturer in Music for the period

September 16, 1965 to January 25, 1966 - individual

instruction fee of $48 per student, per credit.



John Helfer as Lecturer in Music for the period September

16, 1965 to January 25, 1966 - individual instruction fee

of $48 per student, per credit.



Ronald B. Jensen as Lecturer in Art for the period

September 16, 1965 to January 25, 1966 - $350



Jerold C. Lyons as Instructor in Business Administration

for the Fall semester of the academic year 1965-66 - $525



Robert J. Mc Nutt as Lecturer in Civil Engineering for the

period September 16, 1965 to January 25, 1966 - $275



Keith Moon as Lecturer in Music for the period September 16,

1965 to January 25, 1966 - individual instruction fee of

$48 per student, per credit.



Joseph Pacey as Lecturer in Music for the period September

16, 1965 to January 25, 1966 - individual instruction fee

of $48 per student, per credit.



Morris S. Peltz as Lecturer in History for the period

September 16, 1965 to January 25, 1966 - $525



Lee Pivornick as Lecturer in French for the period

September 16, 1965 to February 1, 1966 - $875



Bruce Skaggs as Lecturer in Business Administration for the

period September 16, 1965 to January 25, 1966 - $525



Valentin W. Tirman as Lecturer in German for the period

September 16, 1965 to January 25, 1966 - $875



Frank A. Valdes as Lecturer in Education and Physical

Education Division for the period September 16, 1965 to

January 25, 1966 - $350



James Leo Wadsworth as Lecturer in Social Science Division

for the period September 16, 1965 to January 25, 1966 - $525



10. The next regular meetings of the Board are January 15, 1966

and February 12, 1966, both meetings to be held in Reno.



11. The meeting adjourned at 10:30 A.M.



Bonnie M. Smotony Fred M. Anderson M. D.

Secretary Chairman

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