12/13/1951

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
December 13-14, 1951




12-13-1951
Volume 6 - Page 338

                 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING
                      December 13, 1951

The Executive Committee of the Board of Regents met in the Pres-
ident's office on Thursday, December 13, 1951.  Present:  Regents
Lombardi, Hardy, Ross; Comptroller Hayden and President Love.
The meeting was called to order by Chairman Ross at 4:15 P.M.

Heating Plant

    The President reported that he had talked with Mr. Arentz
    concerning the proposal of Mr. Mills (a copy of the proposal
    having been mailed to Mr. Arentz) and that he suggested a
    check on the proposal to sell the boilers now on hand, before
    accepting the proposal as a whole.  Otherwise, Mr. Arentz
    indicated his approval.  Mr. Crumley, likewise, had been con-
    tacted by phone after receiving a copy of the proposal, and
    he had given his approval.  The Executive Committee gave its
    unanimous approval and authorized Russell Mills to proceed
    with the work on the Heating Plants, as per his proposal of
    November 14, 1951.  An independent study will be made on the
    boiler situation while the other work is proceeding.

Sheeketski

    Mr. Ross reported on his correspondence and meeting with the
    Attorney General on December 12, 1951, when the questions
    were submitted to him in accord with the Executive Commit-
    tee's action on December 6, 1951.  Attorney General Matthews
    had stated that he would give an opinion of his office as
    soon as possible.

Personnel

    The President presented personnal recommendations as follows,
    and the Executive Committee gave unanimous approval:

    (a)  Agricultural Extension Division

         1 - Mr. Ray C. Cox to be District Extension Agent for
             Douglas and Ormsby Counties, effective December 1,
             1951, at a salary of $4300 per year, in the place
             of Mr. Anker, resigned.  Mr. Cox has served as
             Assistant Extension Agent for Churchill County
             since June, 1950.

         2 - Mr. Harry H. Bradley to be Assistant Extension
             Agent in Churchill County effective December 1,
             1951 at a salary of $3900 per year to replace Mr.
             Cox.  Mr. Bradley graduated from the College of
             Agriculture, University of Nevada, in 1939; since
             graduation he has served for 4 years as Teacher of
             Vocational Agriculture and 2 years as Ranch Manager
             in Nevada.

         3 - Mr. Frank E. Morrow to be District Extension Agent
             for Eureka and White Pine Counties effective Decem-
             ber 1, 1951, at a salary of $4300 per year, to take
             the place left vacant by the resignation of Mr.
             Helphinstine in July 1951.  Mr. Morrow has been
             serving as Acting District Agent since that time.

         4 - Mr. Fred C. Batchelder to be reappointed County
             Extension Agent for Pershing County, effective
             December 21, 1951, at a salary of $4300 per year,
             in the place of Mr. Whelan, resigned.  Mr. Batch-
             elder has been on leave since January 1, 1951 and
             will receive his M. S. degree on December 18, 1951.

    (b)  Food and Drugs

         1 - Mr. Stanley Johns, Chemist, to be increased in
             salary from $250 to $300 per month, effective
             January 1, 1952.

Liability Insurance

    The Comptroller reported that cost of liability insurance,
    as authorized in the meeting of October 26-27, 1951, would
    be $136 more than previously estimated because of the fact
    that there are 2 elevators on the Campus.  He was authorized
    to go ahead on the basis of the new figure.

Library Advisory Committee

    The Executive Committee approved the formation of a Library
    Advisory Committee and authorized the President to proceed
    with plans to create a "Friends of the Library" group, final
    plans to be presented to the Board of Regents.

The meeting adjourned at 4:45 P.M. and the meeting of the full
Board was set for the weekend of January 4-5, 1952.