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MEETING OF THE REGENTS
OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW :MEXICO
September 30, 1938
There was held a meeting of the Regents of ·the University
of New Mexico on Friday, September 30, 1938 at five p.m.
in the Regents' Room at the University.
Joseph L. Dailey, President
Dr. P~ G. Cornish, Vice President
Adolfo c. Gonzales, Secretary-Treasurer
Dr. R. Fred Pettit
Absent:
Mrs. Floyd
w.
'
Present
Lee.
The lease of.University land for the erection of a junior
high school as signe,d by Judge Dailey and Mr •. Gonzales
was presented to the. Regents for their information.
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Present:
A request was presented from Mr. Oscar. Love, President of
the Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, asking that the Regents lease to the New Mexico State Police some land on
East Central Avenue at the corner of Girard Avenue. The
reque~t was as follows:
Absent
Lease of Land
for
Junior High
School
Lease of Land
to New Mexico
State Police
1. That the land have a seventy-five foot frontage
on Central Avenue and a one hundred and fifty foot
frontage on Girard Avenue.
2. That the lease be for a period of twenty-five
years.
3. That the state would construct a building subject
to the approval of the University Architect on this
land for State Police purposes.
4. If at any time the.land and the building were not
used for State Police purposes, it would revert immediately to the University.
After discussion it was moved by Dr. Cornish and seconded
by Dr. Pettit that this request be granted. The motion
was unanimously carried.
Ad Interim Action--August 10 1 1938
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Leave of
Absence for
A written request from Dean Nanninga of the-College of Educa- R. A. Moyera
tion asking Tor leave of absence for R. A. Moyers, Assistant
Professor of Education for the first semester of the year
1938-39 in order that he may complete certain work needed
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by the College of Education was considered by the Re'gents.
Dr. Cornish moved that Professor Moyers be sent to George
Peabody College on half salary for the first semester of
this year. The motion was seconded by Dr. Pettit and
passed unanimously.
Emergency
Faculty
Adjustments
1938-39
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A memorandum concerning emergency faculty adjustments for
the year 1938-39 was presented to the Regents by President
Zimmerman. It was moved by Mr. Gonzales, seconded by
Dr. Pettit and pas.sed unanimously, that the changes be
approved as follows:
Resignations
Resignations
Mr. c. Sidney Cottle, instructor in Economics and Business
Administration. ·Mr. Fred o. Kiel and :Mr. Cecil H. Fewell,
c. Sidney Cottleinstructors in that department, are each to receive an
additional salary of $200 for the first semester in compensation for their increased load due to Mr. Cottle's
resignation •.
Dorothy
Duckworth
Loren Mozley
Miss Dorothy Duckwortll, instructor in Home Economics. It
is agreed that Mrs. Marguerite L. Isaacson be paid $25 a
month for the first semester to teach one class formerly
taught by Miss Duckworth, and Mrs. Anafred Hume $40 a
month for the first semester.
Mr •. Loren Mozley, part-time instructor in Art. Therecommendation of President Zimmerman that Mr. Kenneth.
Adams be paid $500 for the year to teach Mr. Mozley's
class in painting was approved.
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New Appointments
R. M. Duncan
Assistant Professor of Modern
Languages
The appointment of Dr. Robert M. Duncan as Assistant
Professor of Modern Languages at a salary of $2200 to
take the place of Professor Kiddle, resigned, was
approved.
George I. Sand:l.eZI!he appointment of Dr. George I. Sanchez as Research"AssoResearch
ciate for the first semester at a salary of $750,part
Associate
time, was approved. Dr. Sanchez will assi.st in teaching,
due to the absence of Professor Moyers, and in research.
Kenneth M. Adams The appointment of Kenneth Adams as Resi~ent Artist by
Resident Artist the carnegie Corporation to paint the murals in the
Library was approved, it being understood that the University would pay Mr. Adams the equivalent of his room
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and board for nine months, or $270, and would supply
his materials.
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Dr. Philip DuBois, in accordance with the reconnnendation
of Dean Knode, is appointed Director of the Bureau of
Tests and Records at no additional salary.
Philip DuBois
Director of
Bureau of
Tests and
·rt was agreed that Dean Hammond be relieved of the deanRec-6rds
t.f
ship of the Upper Division of the College of Arts and
Dean Knode
Sciences, and that Dean Knode take over the Upper
Dean of Upper
Division.
Division of
Arts & Sciences
Mr. Fred Harvey, Manager of the University Press, was
given an annual contract at a salary of $3400. Mr. Harvey Fred Harvey
was formerly paid at· the rate of $60 per week.· This con- Manager of Unistitutes a raise of approximately $5 per week.
versity Press
Mrs. Claudia Marschall 1 s transfer to the University Press Mrs. Marschall
to assist Mr. Harvey at a salary of $35.00 per week was
University
approved.
Press
Mr.·J. Raymond Stuart, accountant, on leave for the year
J. R. Stuart
1937-38, was granted another leave of absence for the ye~r Leave of Ab1938-39.
sence 1938-39
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Following a discussion ·concerning $5,000 in trust funds
which are at present uninvested, it was reco~nended by
the Regents that this money be invested in a first mortgage on City property at six percent interest.
The following W.P.A. projects were approved, it being
understood that they will be started when and if the
sponsor's funds are available:
1. Campus Improvement Project.
bution estimated at $4,000.
W.P.A. Projects
Appro:ved by
Regents
Sponsor's contri-
2. Boy's Dormitory and Kitchen.
bution $2500.
3.
Investment of
Trust Funds
Sponsor's contri-
Additions to Existing Buildings.
Sponsor's
contribution estimated at $40,000.
a.
b.
c.
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Addition to Sara Raynolds Ha·ll.
Modernization of the old library building.
Completion of the ·swimming pool.
·After an explanation by President Zimmerman to the Regents Agreement
of the joint ownership with the Museum of New Mexico of
Between
the old mission monuments of Abo, Pecos, Quarai, and Jemez, University
it was moved by Dr. Cornish, seconded by Mr •. Gonzales and
and
passed unanimously, that the following plan proposed by
Museum of
Dr. E. L. Hewett, Director of the Museum, be approved.
New Mexico
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Abo and Pecos
Plan for the Excavation, Repair, and Preservation of the
Mission Monuments of Abo and Pecos
The University of New Mexico and the Museum of
New Mexico will undertake jointly the abovementioned project, the labor for which will be
furnished by the Federal Soil Conservation Service and the Civilian Conservation Corps.
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Ea~h institution will assume financial responsibility for superv'ision and material up to $1500.00
The Museum of New Mexico will have the direct;ion
of the project and pay the costs that will devolve
upon the two ~nstitution; the University to pay ·
its half of the authorized expenditure whenever
funds are available.
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Vouchers for JulyVouchers payable for July and August, No~. 11398-11612,
and August
and 1-203 were approved for payment.
Approved
After considerable discussion Dr. Pettit moved that the
Regents immediately· contact the City Connnission and determine the possibility of securing a reduction in the
Water Rates
water rates which are now paid by the University. The
motion was· seconded by Mr. Gonzales and carried.
Collateral
Posted for
Deposits
Aug. 31, 1938
securities posted as collateral for University dep9sits
as of August 31, 1938 were as follows:
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Joint Custody Receipt Fo• J8278 of the Federal
Reserve Bank, Kansas Cit~, Missouri:
Treasury Bonds, ).949-53 1 2a% due 12-15.:..53
5 -
$~0,000 ~os.
3~989-93,
fo~~owing
and
subsequent coupons attached
Joint Custody Receipt No •. J8353 of. the Federal
Reserve Bank, Kan~as Cit~, Missouri:
Treasury Bonds, 1949-53, 2a% due 12-15-53
2 - $5,000 Nos. 29677-8, following and
subsequent co'upons attached
2 - $10,000_ Nos. 49784-5, following and
subsequent coupons attached
TOTAL
$50,000.00
10,000.00
20,000.00
§!801000.00
There be.ing no further business the meeting was adjourned.
Date:
Signed:
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secetary-Trsur
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