Minutes of the Faculty-Student Association (FSA); Binder 1;…

RECORDS OF THE FACULTY- STUDENT ASSOCIATION

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D I G I T A L C O M M O N S . B U F F A L O S T A T E . E D U / F S A

FACm.Tr . .s·rtmEHT ASSOGIA'rIOfJ GF' THE;i1".'A'i'E UNIVER~rn~y COLLEGEFOR 'I'EACHERS AT ~lUF'FALO; n:;cl,J

!inu·t;esofthe 175th moct~iug oft:.~~Fa,:rn .. lty Stu.dentAr.rncc:i.ation BoardofDirctm:-:; Hcrdng.,.J anu .J."Y16.,196.3

'i'ho l75trh mc(:?ting oftheBoardofDi1.·octorsoftheFacultycaStudent 4'1.scoci,i:tion Imeheldon J1.1:m.1l.r-.f 16.,1963,inConfey•cnc Rom123of Rocln,101 Hv.1. The mc·~:l,!g 1.-:·,23 caled·tocrdez- by President.PaulBulgerat2:05p.m. ~rl·i,h tho:tolowing memimrs pre~n;: PaulBulger;,Hobe1-t. fb.cVit:i.;ic.,Norton R. L.r.ne., Ch:n:•lei:, L.:."1'fo:r·te.,. 1:.1.nd 'Ja1e;:rtirn:~Nadolin.Bld.. Sa?:m.101 Bt'.t,·~glia., Co:i:•pot•ation Counoolj Flo'bcx·t Johnso:r:, Corpo:rd,ion i'd·;:count.&"'lt; Vi1 1 ginia. Pt>!tt.,Asoc:i.ai.~e Doanof Stuc!crt:,!'3:, S-tevt:rl Gitlei'.1 As cS.ato Director of 0:1.".:ildu.e:t,e Di'l.,-loiol'i; H., Gene Stof en, Coor.n I-I':.mrorandG.e:cy- Holt·, Stu.elem·~ t~eprc}:,on·~o.i:,iv6s; and Kc-.thlecn Dcwlin{1: . ActingSecre·i;.a:ry ~ t:JG!'G a1;.:;o p1°csent.,

Hro H.,:t.cVit.:~i.1 r~OVED nnd m:-,. t,ad,:,linski SECONDJ:D the mot.ion tha:tthe r.1:i.rm.tcs ofthe1 '?ht-h 1~i2·ig held Dcci:d:ox- 21.: 1962.,be approved a:s X'Cw.de Th.0rnotd.m1 cru.":.":1.cduna.rimom,1:r . nr . L.;i.:r:o reported t.ho:c. thoColege,Sto:i:-ois ncue1-:H:n1. l'ir" Bnlcr· rca.dn i1oti-: oi' th:.:.r>- 1 .:T:. f:t'omfo.•o"Charlo i";·i.; F'ct.tc:r:mm1: !fan0.cor of tho Dor,k:rco.:'Oo lf,;i;•"Ln:r.oreportedtlmt,the nmrsp2.po1, 3.nd m2.3azlne sto.nrlisnouope1~·at,ingand f oro:lgnnr:mspl.il,persuil. beava:i.J.&blc i11 t.hef'u:t.u:re.;)

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I1r.Lclfol"to!'Gpoi·tcd tJ.1.1t nocno hesyot ben M.rc"1 ·o thocomr,J.ei0 tho . 2l;=hot.l?:'nm."'so covorQ.go"

NURSF. CO\J~:3{P.GE

mooting ofthoAthletic :1.sscheduledandri. rc-p01';, ne:.~tmeting"

Hr,. Lanercno:rtodthata 'i' .. -. "'-l,.,;"' ., 1 ? "'i, 1,.,. Co~1n"i + i·'"' .,,..cQ. ,~,u.::..s.•o- t..~v.· ..v .\.:.:.~,- tJ ~n,;,\,. Hil beuva1.le.bl0atthe

Nro Lruwprc,sont.Qdu:."erort.on the prop-:1"-t.y located at 107 Pcmh1.i:-t:,i:. Pru . k. Dr. Bulger .felt that it. i-rould bewiso togett.hor.:;aotionoftheen"t-irc facuJ;t.y bef 01~0 moving a.~cw.donanything definlti; andin gcmeru.,thorn:.:-.t.orofoimershipofproperty by the AsBociat.ion nedso.lot of. :.researcha:nd. tJ1:ismatGl" should bf) brought,upagain :sometilno in the fu'i:.u.t'c .

VL Pnl1CH.I\SSOF REALES1'1\TE ~~

Nz·,. G:i:t.tlci .ror.rJ.~ntcd ~~1,oq-0 f1~or.1 th, A~soci0.t:i.on fo.;: \',hoCol:lg(;)Coni'e>rmco· Acourit.o ~xci.rto ar.:c:ro 01"f'ec"-~~~p co·ii ..,.r,,; Conf'".'."~"C'"'Pv-o)?'l'"-"~- TJ(,•. B,;,t,t,:,.•1 ·1;:, .,.,.,,_ 1 V..:.'#'°' .~1t,,~W · ,w...,.~.,,"' ._;. \:.:,,.,"' ..._ ··..,-, ..~._~ ..... st1:1tocl th,rt., in hi.sop1n:1on.,·t.h:i.~ l"CCJ.1.:.eotuaGnot tr:i. tl1:l .. nthopurposesofthef.oso,:.:te:ti'1Z uhe1:e1.:;-;0·1., theroqucr.;·i; ui:r dented., Nr.St,o·~.fenga,ca C: o'i:,&· +cd!'Q:_1orton the ~ :ropom:id lil .. m !'limt.a.1 lib!•a:.-:.:r. Nosro. HncVit;ic, tfohncrn., ·r. ,;,,:i"" ,,.., S.tnf'·fo>m.1~ ,.i, ·1 t:10'"1~ +or,:. ·:·.h0P C'"' 'i:; h·1 <"· ,c:l.:~ ..;.,:, . ~s. - -.J.\e,,i' ,ft ,J.A.aL.... ~ .... ., t,:)"'"'·"-..,... 1.:. ·--Q rnat,·,er ~ ta d.n$ into co~:si.:b:r·:i:i:.:i.onthe t~iek invoJ.:1rt¥.,d :i.ns-tc.1•"c.:i.ngen·opo1~a~ioncf thiu· ki.l'Klo A srlcial· l)1CCtingOf tho l.10,:;mi:'d Wil be held ausoon&S po::::iib].~ o.i'"i::er t,h{?l' mect.:Lng

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FACUtTY. sTUDEWrASSOCIATIONOF THESTA1Emr.rVERS!TY

COL!EGEFORTEACin~RSAT fJtiFFALO~I?E.

tiluutf;softJu,173rd 1:eting of theFscul.ty..Student Asocia~ion Boa?d or Dir0ctora• ~.ootinf,-. No,ember 29 $ 1962

'l'ho 173rd ra~etingofthe Iloa!'d or Dil-ectc~"'tl o£ the F&Culty..St,udsnt. A.3&ocia.'i.ion t-iaaheldon NoT.rembor 29,1962 1 :i.n ConfGre1ce Rocm123ofRcekt."ell Hc!li. '?ho~et.:tng t1.w caledto OI'&Jr by-:PresidentPa\tlBulge?.'nt3:20 p. m. wlth the f.ollou:l.ng m1!)!1lOOrtJ prose.mt~ PaulBulger,.RobertMacVitie, ChaZolevL~er·ool'and Mor·ton Lane. Robert.Johnson,CorporationAcountnt.1,v·:trginiaFr&t,A,;eociata DeanorStuda.,te; EdnaLindemann.,Prof~ssor o:t Ar-t; Ch&rlot Fotel"l'lAUl, Mar.,.!lgcz· of theBooksto:i.-e; SharonFit5gibbons:,SecNU\l'y;DanHunter, Ga.ey We:lr", B.?.rbaraR1.i.da,- md Vin-~ Hord,3no, Stude~1.t. RepNtumtat.ives,; andXathlenDowlingi$ ActingSecreta.."7,u.i.n, alsoprosent.._

tne reading or the mnut.e~ of this p:revioatsIiteting was & f'€lrci., M'rs. Charlot, Fet,9rmm;, Hanager or tho Bookeitoni, pr3sentedtheBoard'Withabrcakdah-nofthepropoQed equipmentto ba furj1ishedb:,Hodge rt.i.eplay Cont.er anda]j.stofadditional 1"0quimd equipmont. M!'11 '.(.g, Mo:rto OOVED and Mr. NacVit:!eSECO?IDED themotion that tho Fo.cult.y.Studcnt Asciationt1pendnotmore than $15;000 forthesetingup of themu,te~rary~ ColegeStox>o. The Mt.ion ear·icdunanimously. Mr. Lnr.e MOVED and Mr. &i.cVitie SECONDED thomotion that the Bo.-1.rd ofDi.rectors ex:p?"esits appreci3tion to Mrso F0te?'J'lml and alwohavobenatmoeiatcd vi.th the pl.taming ofour 110".a ColepStol'G.:. '!'he mot.ion cU?iod una.r.icousl:,.

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l:'ACULTY-STU1"€r;TASSOCIATimt Cli'THESTA'I7IJ.NIVl!i'RS1Tx COLLEGEFOR'l'EACHERSAT Buli'Ff.10, nm . ~inut:f.ls or ":.b:i 1?2ad &";)ting m~ tie ~tlcu.l.t.y-S·i:.udent A3r,oci t:lon Boud o.fDir1ctors 1 !'J~;-:ti:i., 6·~t:over,.bc;x- 20 s, :>S-62

The172t1dmf.otir,goft·1e Board of D:i:,~cto?3 cf th3 F'ac·:lty-St"t;.tl®rat Associ.l:ition t~eheld O!) NoTu-mhe.r20,1962.inCtmfsr;ncs Rno:.1 J23, of Roci:m:1:.t:1. HmJ. 'I'he m~~til'Jg tro.s c~l(~dt.oorderba P.eesiclGnt Pil.ulBulge?.at 3 :O'.,p.m. t,ith t.110 lo 10".rJ !"!~:, n:-sm'*f!:"g preE.;nt: PnulB'Tilgor,Uooort l~'-c'1"itia~ ChlX"lon ~o:.:·to., Ifo~:-\ionkne, andVt.1.lmri:.it1~ li~foli.~ald.. &mm.al B~:i:.wgliu CoZ'po1 1 a'i:.~,_cnColi13ol; R&1.t i, Asoeiu.w Doru.1 ofS·i.;urI&nt:,;Chao'."lot.Fot te1°nt:,u ~ I'hm.igerofthoBookst,oro; .fo~Gpb C~11.~3J~, Dir'oci.ior ofFoodSe1·~1c-.·.10;S:mro:a f'i·~2,gfbon.,;,i, S@CT~"C,lU":y; Md ~(nthlsan Do.-rl.nf;, Aetint?, er~t,ur~7: wi:;t\-. oJ:-o 'f•!'°Orlt:-l"i'tc. 1.

MJH!JT"'S --nM~..-;:;i;r~

f.fr o Nadoli1ski MOVED :u1d Mr. M:1c Vit.'i~io SECOi'DJZB t.0 i:mtion th~t thom:lnut~s o.f-ths rn-,-,h mee·tini ho1d 1-lo'Vfu"r!OO:!.' 7 ~ 1962, o ln1>l' v.sd t'lZJ '!f.' admid Ct',!:l"'!l'. ;·,:;d" '!'ho co1·r~c:tions ~ ~ es· f olms: It1.?T,l v!X, I'oleto 1 Ch.'.:.'.:tlcs L:n.i-fo-;-·t3 1 fr0<,1 ·the S.tl.t.cofO!'f:l.c~:.>:·e.lnd reversethe mot-io:u ·.:,cren.cl!IHr. m:rlo1.:.nrl'·i Vli'fl:D c:nd'i'ir .. l'=mc1itr,ic SECONDEDtho motior/'. 'I'li01r;o'i:.ion. can"iodm-uanimous~l\, fao" C£nU'.lu.1.)l.L1. ropm:·t~d "Gh&t l~C'm~JO:. f:j,:;/:M.nes hnvat,omn instnlGd C"n cru.i1pu· but -tlmt. t.h~s:etu . •n:3 t.h6r-,fro~ tc-.,:2~t.G ~ dim'!ppo:h1·0izlg. Thop!'opo~edr.~tirem®nt,pl.v.n f O:."' cwployoco o·t thG A90ociai~ion\:&lsag2inx·evif ..Jetl b;yM:>. John"m :md ?fr. Lmno. 'l'hmpl.'1 tf:lG d:1oci.w;r . :tl.·,'10:rot1ghly ~ndce,;,TtuinruJp,c·tsw~ro clar"i. . fiGr.:. !or tho IG mb;;ro. ir.lime ?·:OVruf :2.ncl. i~., Ntdolini:k5. S:C~CO!~D.r.1J t:m ~iot,ion th2.t, thm Bo.rdac3Pt t 1 -0 p-Toi"0:1:cd T·. ti:r.•or.-,.n·t pl.r.n ~op!'asci1tJt.'Cl by ~.l"~ ~'l® ru1d Wt·. ,Joh·.1.;~fo'Z'"!he eir.y.,loyo3ol'·';h~~.s.ocx:i~tioninoonjunctio:l ·:iri,;h ·i.:,h~T.e:i:.cl'mr31Immro.ncv r;._n,~}.nrm." ty f~rsoc:l.£tio1! ~Tidtl.G CoU.o~EG"i.i-r.-.:,!'r.~nt Js~u.'i tiG:Jf.'<.L.1d (~1.@ p-:n·1;:i.;tr1cl·1cd) .o ·i:,o ho ~:fi"0c-l:,iw l1ovc"',or 1. 196 o 'l'M10 c~cial ainrn.u.iyr,l:ih for t~:o@"r1i.pl0irs~~~, ih~~ F\utwri"?'l. l:.i"ld µ.?ai., Il(Jt"!'o,io to e :.$;:}-Vi~. :J. .. ~ :!.iC.'OO~.· d!:!ito by th;-.:Jo~JN:1c~f fJir-c?t;orf.J. 'l'"«o r.otio:.1cnr?i jd un&nitlo m: 1.Y. t-;.!. 7 ., L~1G HOVE.) mr:r.i. mt•., Wlort.G S~f.!O~.mlID tr:e!7-otion thatth:.:. . .ot.mi., uc~,k~cl btiuloc:lte" :·o'Y.' the pu:-2ch'-!.E:80£ & i" oklcis~ping r.~eh:tr-0. 'l'hi.B ~~oti')n c.\:.lr·M.c.91 \1armis:iotwl;ir. li·. C@m.mr,iol-u su1d:Mrs., f·:. M:.a!f,-r1tn; io'l' t.1'-~'!u .:t·ms o.n6l t:1© c:.'4:.QD101~~mo:f ·;,'b0 Ausod.nti ·1. 1)."q"'2..,G2n0d 'i.h:1:i.!' thl.l.'.ik0 ~0 ti'l j iO!{i"a offrir C\i.'}t"' f o."f' t~·,it, ns~rot5.rci~nt, vl r.:,. Th·-Th);,n-d·:l\thcrigf.dHr. I~n.'3 t("'.J. +·. Jo:1nfl!on to

iIBPOM'ON 1':EHSP/l.f-ERS

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'9~CKrEE?l1!G i{.4.CI-!INE ~~.#-#-~---~

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M"e ,.,Jeb.ru-:1 ;onprcr,1~nt#i t\:>:1;• th.:, Boar·d', l\1rlcwa li~t oi: d• li.11ru':):1i.; lcang cvn~.i:!.do1 ~t1 uncolictibl.-'!'., MR'" NarJ0l:lnatd MOv'E:O .:.nd M~-." P~Vit,tic SEC0.\7DED thQ;motion t~~t th~(;:.~lemn~ tr.J ·;111·:l.te?:1 of ~ b&;d dobt[i g:;."'P~;.130; hc":@V.'.lr, th.i Finru1:inlilrl,9 Ce-or ~nd Mr. fiad.olin~iciSECOl'U>F.Dtho motionthatth©&rll"d ai.tthc.n·i2ietho Tx·-oa5u1 . ~:n· 11 l'.{!•,. l.!110, ti;., mak~ th®n.ocess:1ryQ."tpendj.tura fo,., tr.-0 purchaseof fj'!JOC,iZ0 ro;ri1rt.or·11 for tie ColegeStore., 'l'h© r:otlcn cari©d unMir11.-0\,.,.;1].y t) ~.,E.ulF,or as!.t@df'h'o . Fe1ri:.·01-.r:mto hav'l a !'$port on t~ be.sic H:,mna n ©d©cl fog, th~ n~wCo1-~gGS'to~ i\t th~ n.~t. m.~~t:in·i. M:·r. (;,mnn.:r®li.i>. I',;-oTth}d thatt.h~diniltlgroo~f'@.c1.l.t:l©s.i r.ri1.1 ~ ,wid by m.l 1~1for & e~t?irod f;U~r on D®e'-1mb-.9r 9 1 1962. rkt0 EoardN~ilrdotht~ ~IJ avar,:•y ep:.:,eiel~rcntand it sho:.:iJ.d r."t ~1o1t a. pNcwd@il'r. fo:,ot2$r orgtmi~e.tio:uw onei:i!1:p'!ls,., MI·. C!'Imw.mah:. p.t'O~.]~'t®d for th©Board OE i~vj_eu,t.h~ policyconcerntri.gth~eo3:tofUnJ.onHel fa.cil:.i.'t.:i.~a ·,;ofJtudent iZ'!'OU.paQ Mi·. l\hl

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CLERICAL l~Ri!ICE _....,.-.,.:,;.;x-s~~~~'.rW'~..;.,;,.~

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UEPG:l'l' ON NEW COLLSGE S'fOR~ REQU:~S'X'ED .._,._~-="'C7"-~~'

USE OF D.rn.rnG IWOM FACILITIES Jt Cfl.HP-15 OfIDMUZ.\TIONS

ACTl-VlT !ES INT,J!: muon HiLL

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FACl TY.STITDEMT ASSOCIATION OJ! THESTATE UNIVERSITY . COLLEGEFORTEACHERSAT BUFFALO, INC. Ninutasofthe171thMeting ofthe Faeulty..Student Asociation BoardofDirectors• Meting -November 7 1 1962

Tho171thmetingofthe Board ofDirectorsoftheFacul:c.7.StudentA:5sociation was heldonNovember 7, 1962,inConferenceRom123of'Rockwel Hal. Themeting -w.w caledtoorder by PresidentPaulBulgerat10:0$a.m.withthefolowingmembers prest!nt: PaulBulger.RobertMacVitie.,. Charles La.Marte., ValentineNadolinsld. 1 and Morton R .La.ns. RobertJohnson,CorporationAcountant; Virginia Prats Asociata Den of'~tudenui;SharonFitsgibbonaandGaryWeir, StudentRepreaentativesJ andKathlenDowling.ActingScr~tary 11 werealsopresent. I. MINU'rES Mr. Ma.cVit.ie MOVED and Mr. Wfcrte SECO!-IDEDthemotion that theminutes or the170thmeting heldOctober9-1962• be ap.,rovedas r0a.do Themotioncariedunanimously.

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CORPORATION- OWNED STATIONWAGON

Mis~ Prat reportedthataspecificplacetokepthe atationwagon bl:lS benselected;thatis.,inthelas·~ le.na or theparkinglotonUnionRoadbehindtheold gym 1-bera theState carsare parked,. Mr. Lanereportedthathehasdiscusedthef'odervic© oituationintheSn.ale Bal. 0 andStateRomwi.t,h M1·. Canr~ela., p.l.r. C.annnn)la i.1 uorkingonthesituation but Mr. Laneti.1 confer m.t,h h:ir.1 again" Mr. Lanereport,ed that newspapercompaniesw-11 not place netmpa.perJaChinesonCampus;, but wemaytry the honor systeminanof'forttomake newspapers availtible to students andfaculty~ Mr. Lanereportedthat the Statowil not inau.re artobjects untilthevalueisopp~aisedandtheitemstobeinsured arelisted.1-h'•.Lanehast.alkedwithDr. Lindemannandshe and Dl. Czurleswil evaluat,e theartobjects o 1'.u. Bulger1~eported -!:.hat we areget,t,inghelpfromvarious 0&"denClubsonthissi tuationo Mr. Bal checked'With DavayTre E.~pertsonthetransferoftresfromthe ColegeCa.~ptotheCampusandthecostwouldexcedthe valueofthe treso

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INSURAiCEON ART OBJECTS

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REPORT OF THE Mr. Lanereportedthathiscommite wishes to nominate NOMIWATING thef'olmnngSlat.eof'Oficers: COWITTTBE

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PaulBulgar>Presidont;RobestMacVitie~ Vice~President; Morton Lana.,Treasurer;SharonFitagibbone:.Secretary;and l-1.k.'1."losLai'l')I'te. Mr.MaeVitio MOVED andHr.NadolinskiSECONDED themotion t.hattheSlateof OficGl"3 beaceptedaspresentedand duly elreted<, Themot.ion cm·riedurumimously.

FACU1.il'Y~;·.L .,i• l'l -1 SSOCIA'l'ION OF 'l'HES'l'A'i'E li1i1Vrli 5XTX COL.i,1~C'E :BOR'I'EAGr-rns A'!' BUfi'flLO.:me .

H:i.nutes of·i;ho170-;"h:Mee"i:,ingofthe Ii'acu].:ty-S-t.u.do:r.:t Asociation BoD.'l'd ofD5.!'ec'tm:rs•!>ieet,i r1gH'"Oci:,obe:i:· 9,.1962

T"he170thmeting of thG BoardofDir€c-tors oftheFacult,.y . s·~udent. Asor:ie.tion washeldOctober 9,- 1962.,inConfer-onceRom123of Rockwel HDJ.1, Themeting Wcl.S caledtoorde:.~ by Fre .lidentPaulBulgs-rat8.:ilO pomo brit.h thelo1ow:ing members present,: Paul Bulger_,HobertMaeVi:l;t:i.e., CharlesLaHorte~Valertine Nadolinski., andMorton Ro La:neo Robet•·i; Johnson~Corpo1~atio:nAcount,ant5 Sar;uel Bat·ce.gJ.a.,CorporationCounseJ.;PaulIi.l:d.r.e,!'.JsoeiateProf'esaorofHl'~thema.tics:; Mis VirginiaPrat:,.l':.soc5.atoeDeanof.s·;.:.ud

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Nr., Mac:Vit/i.;:i.e !'iOVJ!.'Dat1dMr. NadolnskiSECONDED t.he motion tha:t t.he:minuteso:f the 169thmetingheld JuJ.y 30:,1962, beappr~vedas rea!J andcrectedo 'l'hecorec'to~isas.folows: Item XVI bechanged toread; Tom Pafel' :;:,epo.1. .tedtha.t,the posi'i:.io11 ofRec1~eat.ionD:l.recto:c and Track andCros Ccmri;t·y Coachwil bofil0d by one mano T'nere ·wil be a. Trainerandc\nEquipment.Man hired(; Thesalaries i-ilbepaid entit'ely 0 1 1t ofStuderi:-Funds·.nth tho exceptionofthet'r:i.ngehenefitso 'I'.hemotioncaried m:1a.11imously., Hr, Eulge:e:;,:po:Lnt.~danominating ccl!l.ititee to make upaslate o:e Oficers o 'l'hecommit.tea-wilco:.vzj.st ofMort.on LeneandCharles La.Mo:e"i;.e., Mr., Lanegav·e a. reportontheplan:;.fortheenJ.arged bcokst.orewhichw:i.1 belocatedon the main floor· of theold g-,;m. TherewiJ.lbe a. postal:m.b .stat:tcnand abranchoft.hcE:i.dwel Ofice of.theNa-rine Trust, CompanypJ.ac,sdthe;?efort.hecor.rven.ianceoi'Students andFacuJ.t.y., Int,hefutu:c,we ple:nfacilities t,ha't·wilb@ s:i.'lfl:tJ .u"t.oalargeshopping centel~QI Hr(, Lane r· epo:r.ted tJ.1a't:; theal"·-concli ~,ioners in the Union Bnilding apzrt.-:ilen.tshavebeninstaleda."ld thatt.heywil be pa.:.i.d for by the Do:r,1i"tor

COtf.MIT'l'F.E APPOINTED

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XIV.,

SCHOLARSHIPS

Hz• Nadolj_nsld. f'iOVED and N'.re L2Mo1~teSECONJ)ED t.he mm;:Lon thatthefolO",d.np;scholarshipsbe :~cepteda.nd. the Asociationad.xr .. i.1lis·ter them f O!' thBbenefitof·t,he r.ec:i.pients:

Nm"jorie Johnson

$50 GeneralHenry Ho Arnold Educa t.j 0113l Fund

SusanWahl

$1.;.GO ClarenceCert.ralHighSchool Teache:cst Asc-ciation $300 Busines andProfesional Wom'3n's ClubofCorning $250 BufaloJr.,Chamberof Cor,unerc~ $100 PoughkepsiePublicSchools 1 rea.cher' sAsn., $250 RotaryClubo.fRochester

Borntle Woodworth

Penelope!.fartin

Lind.a!1ila.rd

KathlenSimons

Barbu.raSelin

$300 C1are1;.ceCenteril:i.ghSchool '£eachers vAssn.

$150 ParentTeacherOrgan., Guilderland $ 50 ElbaCentralSchool

Ga.-tlSmith

Karen Tnu.eseu

$100 Yd.waru.sClub,Irm.:ngton.1 NewYork

LeonaFrancis

$100 P:i.neV'aJ.leyTeachers Assn.l

M.tchele Reax·dor.i $100 GoshenCentralSchoolDistrict#1

Nart.ey Goliber

TeachersAsociation, Corning

$300

Marine Schweiger $3CO SmithtownColegeAid:Fund

ArleneFalzone $12.5 ZontaClubofNiagaraFals

KathlenLong

$30 GrandIslandTeachersAsno

$ 50

Ch.i:i.stine Kant.or

PolishWomzn ~ sAliance ofAmar:tcG

Linda Jo Lohaus $13.5

Ar.1erican Busines Clubs

1 1,;0yce o """· : c B.,..... r

Hoa.rdMemorial Fund

$300

EstherDaslmbitz $400 ElksNatl. F'd.,ofB.~ston Mauren E,. Wal.sh $400 ElksNat.1.Fd~ofBoston

P'ACULTY.sTUDENrASSOCIATION OF flESTATEUUIVERSITY COLLIDEFORTEACHERSATRUFFALO, INC.· Minutes of the 169th Meting ot theFaeu1t:,-StudentAsociation Board of Directora• f'~eting-Jul,7 30 1 1962

The169thmetingofthe Beard ofDiretonJ ot t.he Facult:,-Stucbnt.lasociation vu held onJul:7 )0, 1962, in Cont'erence Room 12.) ot Roclcftl Halo 1'be meeting wu called to order by PresidentPaulBulgerat7140p.m. with the toll.Oldng memben pruenta Paul Bulger, Robert MacVitie, Cba:rleaLaMorte, Valentine .Badolimld.•andMorton Lama. Semel. Bataglia, CorporationCotmNlJ Charles Ball, Pl.anning andDne1cpment.01'f1cerJ '?om Pef.fer ud AliceHarmon 1 Student RepraentativesJ U1d ltath1en Dowling, ~ing S&erei:iar7,worealaopreant. I. MINUTES Kr. Nadolinski KOVEJ> and Mr. LaMorte SECONDED themotion that theminutes ot the 168th meting of tb.e Board of

Directors orthe Faculty-StudentAsociation,held June 18~1962 . be aprovedas read. theJ10tion cariedunan:lmous1y. Mr. Laneroportedthatthe air conditionersfort.he apartments 1n theUnionhavebeenordered. Mr. LaMortepresentedfortheBoarde' review, amemorancmm fromMiss VirginiaPrat concel"Ililulthe replacemeni. oi" i.1e corporation-osnedatationwagon, !be 1ordwn as most !aft'lbl.e ot thethrelolrwpricedcars. l'lro LaMorte MOVlW and Mr. N&dolinskiSECONDED themotion thattheFaculty-StudentAsociationpurchasea FordGala:ieCountrySedanatan apprcximate coa't of ~1725.00, with theconditionthatthe saf'et7 belts benimoYed trom t.heGrenbriar.andinstaledintbe nmrcar. 'lhemotioncaried unanimou81Yo Dr. Bal. reportedt.bataine ve huehiredthep&trolmen. he has hadnocoreplainta of troubleoncampu. Thereportont.hobookstore trait Mrs. CharlotFeter-mm wu Nrieved anddiacuased by the Board. EYerything conta1 nect inthereport t~l- be d.1.scusedasawhole wenthenloeation of the Bok&toreissetled. Dr. Bal discussed with the Board thefourposible locaiionaforanawbookstore: theoldgymnasium, temporary buildings,thebasementortheScienceBuilding, and theactirtyroms in theUnionBuilding.

I. AIR

OONDITIONINO

II. STATIONWAGON

IV. SUMMER

PATROLMEN

V. REPORTON ~~ VI. REPORT ON A NEW BDOISTORE

After al factors,auchassuitableloeat.ion•epace available, and cost,hadbencomidered, it was the decisionoftheBoudthatthe 01.cl gymnasiumvuthe beatsolution to the pz"Gblemo Mr. MaoV1tieMOVED and Mr. NadolinsldSECONDED themotion authorising Mr. Lane to apend asumnotexceding$2,000for the structuralrehabilitationoftheoldgymnasium U' the State doesnotfinancethisexpenditureo Themotioncaried unan:unous17. Mr. Lane had nothing further toreportconcerning the Facul.tyClubat·t.hia tin.e. ThoFaculty-StudentAssociationislookingforhousing with reasonableratestorthefaculty of the Colegeo Mr-. LanereportedthatonJune26,1962,hemetwith Ita.Fetterman:> Mrs. Fero,and Mr. Johnson,concerning theintergrationoft.heBookstoreacounting into the system oftheCorporation. Thesystemwillgointo effectonAugust l.,. 1962•. Mr. Lanere'f'ievedthe PO(l(i SerlceReport vi th the Board. Mr. Cannmnelawas giTen many nnideu to make FodServicemoreatractivevithoutadditional operationalcoat. Thesick tray mystem. 1a vorkingout Terr vell.Mr. Lanepresented recap or thenumber ot special sicktraysputup by theFoadSeficeDepartment,for studentsunable to come to the dining roam. (Breaktut. 21.t); Lunch,1261 Dinmr, 863) Mr. Lane gnethefigures~ortheCampusSchool.Oateteria forthe period or March1, 1962 to June 6•1962. We bad alouot$9Sk.90o ItemIWe wil not, 1110Ve ahead onthe $18,.202.36 request forUierefurniahing ot thediningroom in the Union until Mr. Lano ulm Mr. C&namelaforsomeadditional Justificationanddata. Item n Mr. LaMorte MOVED &nd Mr.MacVitie SBCONDKD tbemotionthattheItem•CeramicTile nor For The UnionSnackBar" be increased horn '2t000to approximately $.3,000. 1'he motioncariedunanimoual7.

VI. FAClT.tTr CLUB IDI. FACULTY HOUS!tr.i IXo REPORTON

INVm'lIOATION OFflEBOOISTORE ACCOUNTING

x.

FOODsmVICE REPORT

'-._./ X!o SIC!:TRAY

lI. CAV.PtTSSC~) Cv.->V XII. REQUESTFR(lt MR.7 ~v

'--'/

XIV.

'Kl-o Lana prea:1entedthe State RomOperationsreport tor July 1 tc -Juq lS,1962e Thereislou of $)3).SS butt;heBoardrelsthatsonthenetincomaril increase and el .CM aprofit. Mr. LaMorte rop,rted that lf8 are geting tarograduate internsin Septlmbe:'vho wil be living in the Dorni tor., o Thr.oJ vilreceive tree tuition and reaidence halfacilities~ TomPeterrepo:ri.ad that thefour poaitio11 ot 'Pr i 1i', Eq pnent-Man, Ri creation D:irector andTrack and Cros CountryColch wil betiled by oneman."'1Hu ealaeywil be ptid entirel)"out ot StudentFunds lfith theexcepti,nofthetringebenefits. / ~ ('-r I {,' 1.1. _, / _.,;'-", /,-- 'l'be Board agred that thecon3ol1dation of theloan. 1-/ - funds would beinpoasible. r ~ '-/ ~ l .- Mr. Nadolinald.MtVED andMr. LaMorteSECONDED the r "" motion thatthe folowing scholarshipsbeacepted f/ ~ andtheAsaociat:lonadministerthemforthebenefitof)/, A therecipients s 7 " or Education,Brom:Yile,.N .Y SandraLeah WalkGE" 100.00 Kivani8 Club ot West Side,Bufalo El'len Oond 100.00 LakeShoreCentralTeachers Aamo PaulE.TaylO!" $J7S.oo Roumond01.f"tordCharitablo Corpe Anita Stoneman 87.0 Board

STATEROOM o~ ) ~~ . GRADUATE PROORA"1FORTHE PREPARATIONOF RESIDENCEHALL DIRECTCJtS

xv.

FOUR ml POOITIONS

XVI.

DI. CC•NSOLmATION OF LO.lN FUNDS XVII.SCHOLARSTTIPS

162.00 Blka NationalFoundation

PatA.Mutroe

The motion caried unaniJnoualy.

XI. REPORT ON

Mr. Bulgersreoentad the YOte taken regarding Credit Union eric• il themombers ot the Beard voted in the af'irmati"f8 thattheFaculty-StudentAsociat.1.on•hould uaiat with thecolectionofdepositsforthe 1962-6.3 fiscal year.

CR&DIT UNION

Mr. MacVitieMOVED andMr. L&HorteSECONDED the motion that t.he partial ~nt ot $82,S.o cf the $3.300000 grant trom the United Cerebral Paley Research encl EduoationalFoundation,Inc.fortheproject bein& conducted by Dro MUf'TBloustein be accepted byt.he Board ot Directoraanddeposited 1n theacount ottheAsociation. Tb1a grant is being &dm1nistered bJ' theFacult7-StudentAsociationfor t.be benefit of the roumatiol. 'J.'he110t,ionc&rl"ied unanimowsq. Mro ~ wil check vitb Dr.Stefenont.hematter ot awu.c,.v1aua1 equipnent tor student uae after otficea are cloaecl. Ml'• LIHOrte MOVED anl Mr• Lane SECONDED themotion t.ba't t.heBoard o£ Directorsaprovetheexpenditure of $1,47.80 fort.heequipmentnededthroughoutthe Food Beniceuea. Themotioncariedunanimously.

XXI. .A.UDIC.il'ISUAL BQ11Il1u£NT

lI. FOODSERVICE ~JIPMENT

mI. RBN'l'Al. or

Thia item wil be re-operdl ir, April, 1963

I.B.M.EQUIPMENT

mv. FA.CULT!'SEED

These two items wil be discussed by Messra. Bulger~ :!..:l1orte,MacVit.tie andIAneo

MONEY AND

OUTSTANDING

'-"

PR~ORAWARD

uv. ADJOURNMENT

Themeeting was adjournedat l0t2S p.mo

~~~~ latblen Dowlin& r .Acting Secretal"7

FACULTY-STUDEN'l'ASSOCIATION 0:£1" TmsSTA'l'EUNIVERSITY COLLEGEHOR TEACHERSAT BUl.1']?,lL0:1 :me .

Minut,s ofthe168thMeatlng ofthefa.cul ty .. st.udent Asociation Boa1"d ofDirectors'Met.ing-June 18,J.96.2

The168thmetingoftheBos.rdof'Directors ~f' t.he Faculty-Stude:ntAsociation washeldon.June18,1962, in ConferenceRom12:3ofRockwel Hal]. ., 'fhemeting wan caled to order by PresidentPaulBulge1 .at 12:25 p .m. Yi.th thefolow:LVlgmcmb~:f'S present: PaulBulgar,.RehartMac Vitia~'ilalen"l.:,ine !fo.-\iolin:ski, andMorton I,aneo Sa.mu.elBataglia,CorporationCounsel;RobertJohnson,Corporation.lcr.mn't,.\nt.; SharonFitzgibbons, St,udent. Representative;andKa-thJ.enDO".rling, Acting Sf)ct . et.ary~ ·werealso prese:.:rl:.o

MINUTES

Mro Nadolinaki MOVED o.nd M!'., Mac V:ltie S.'itCONPlID the motion that them:i.nutes of the167thmae'i:.J,ng cfthe Board ot Diret.orsof'Ghe J'acult.y-St.uden-t A:1sci:.1tion heldJuno8,1962tbe apr·o·1$d asread;md oo;:·rckdo Corectionsareas f olowa: ItemII, !ita.!:lf~.t.2.~!~!t! SECQrIDEDthemot.ion; It.emVI, C.'Jl:l:t: t 1 forfu~ther actionandrecmmend.atic,noft.he lk:a.rdu; ItemV:UI;i, O!Di t: "to ccmprords0!t 0 Themotion ca.rz·iedunti.ni.mously o M.l"o LaneropcrtcdthatMilton Lewisagre~., LaHox·toconcerning thehi!"ingof pe.trolmen forthe surirner-., t>ir., Mac Vit.t,.i~ MOVED and 1'1. La.neSECONDF.:D themotion thattheFacU:':f.,-y- StudentAsociation hit-e patrolmenatatotalcost of $896.,00 to be on dutyfrom1 to 9 p,.L:t., for the eight ve0ks oftheSummerSesion" Themotion. ea.r:d'&'rl unanimously . M1•. Lane MO","EO and t-:i"t'., Nadolinski SECONDED themotion that theStudentIfalthOficeBudget be aceptedwith thefolowingadjust.menta: Decrea.se ItemIt.o i}350o andItemIIto$175"'anddeleteIt.emIV,thusmaking thetotal bt·.:.s'Gt f8927, Themotion car:ried1.l!'.ru~imously,

l .

AIR CONDITIONING

II~ STATIONWAGON

IV o

SUliJ-mR PATROI.MEN

V. STUDENT

J. J)

HEALTH OFFI~E

y-

BUDGET

\~ ~

,

ROAD

Mr. BulgerreadaleterfromJohnUrban, Chairmanof theColegeCampBoard,concerningthewideningofthe camproad., Mr. NadolinskiMOVED and Mr., Mac Vitie SECONDEDthemotion thatthenecesarypapersforthe widening andthe improvement o£ theCamproadbeexecuted anddelivered by Mr. Bulger,asPresidento Themotion carriedunanimously. Mro Bulger reported thataplaque and ·someFolkMusic records arebeingpurehas~ and wil beplaced in theCampusSchoolLibrar,y . DanHunter,Trcmsurerof the Colege Student Aasac1ation, submitted theproposed budgetfor 1962-63tothe Board ofDirectors.. Afterreviewthereof by theBoard,the samewasreceivedand filed frwfw: theracton-afli. Peco:mrneACiatienof t,be Bo~ Mro JosephAdesa'sproposalforlineitemchangesin the1962-63 Athletic Budgetwasdiscused by theBoard asrequested by TomPefero Afterthoroughreviewofthe advantagesanddisadvantagesorhaving three, possibly four positions ofTrainer,Equipment Man 1 11.ecreation Director, andTrackandCros CountryCoach, Mr. Bulger requestedthatthestudentsworkwith theDean, Deanof Students, and Mr. Lane:teempromise and dothe best they canwiththemoneyavailable . Posiblyinthefuture Statemoney may beobtained; and combined, it may be possible to havefourpositionsasmost agreedwere necessaryo TheBoardrecesedat1215forluncheonandresumedthe meeting at1110p. mo Mro Lane MOVED andMr. La Morte SECONDEDthemotion thattheFaculty-StudentAssociationBoard or Directors approvethe payment of $114.99to Steinwach's SafetySupply tor thepurchaseof fireextinguishers. Themotion carriedunanimourly. Mr. LaneMOVED and Mr. Mac VitieSECONDEDthemotion that thefollowingdonationbe aceptedandthe Association administerit forthe benefit of thefund: ScholaBship Fund $.360.0 Mothers CluboftheCentralPark Methodist Church Themotioncar1e.d unanimously.

BRYAN RICE MEMORIAL FUND

VI.

CSA PROPOSED BUDGET 62-63 ~)

VI .

C t;.v

MR. ADESSA'S PROPOSAL

VII.

RECESS

IX .

x .

PAYMENTFOR FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

DONATION

Xlo

Mro Mac VitieMOVED and Mr. LaneSECONDED themo·i:.ion thattheFaculty-StudentAsociationaceptthedona,1on or t35a00 fromtheHome EconomicsClubforthe purc}lase ofatre in commemorationoftheground-br~~~ingfor thP. HomeEconomicsBuilding,. Themotion~a-ried UD.a!limously 0 ~ Mr., La Morte suggeated that. Bufalooi'f-dutypatrolmen_ beplaced onCampusduring thesummer., Mr., Bulger requested that Mr.Laneand Mr. La Morte plana proposalafterinvestigatingcost. etc. andpresent it to the ~P-d.o Mr. La Morte requestedthattheBoardofDirectorsapprove fre boardforone,posiblytwo,graduateinterns to be placed in thedormitory . TheDormitoryAuthority would pay rombutthefre board would haveto be pickedup by theFaculty-StudentAsociation. The materwil be discusedatthenextmeting. Mr., .Jc-,t.nson presentedthe Board with ananalysisof TemporarySurplus and Incomefortheirreview. Themeting~journedatl:4Cp.m. ~~~

XIlo DONATIOU

XIIo SID'1HER

PATROLMEN

XIV. FREEBOARD

FORGRADUATE INTERNS

XV.

ANALYSIS

XVI. ADJOURNMENT

KathlenDowling ActingSecretary

FACULTY-STUDEN'rASSOCIAT!OM OF THE STATEUNIVERSITY COLLEGEFORTEACHERSAT BUFFALO, lNC. Minutes of'the16thMeting oftheFaculty-StudentAsociation Boardof'Directors• Meeting-~-May 25,1962

The166thmetingoftheBoardofDirectorsoftheFacultyStudentAsociation washeldon May 25,1962~inConferenceRom123ofRockw1 Halo Themetingwas caledtoorder by PresidentPaulBulgerat2:15p.m. with thP.~~,lowingmemberD present: PaulBulger,RobertMac Vitie, Morton Lane, _CbE,J~l~ La Ho1"te and ValentineNadolinskio Robe1·t Johnson, Corpo:ra.tion Acountant; SamuelBataglia, CorporationCounsel;Toml'efe;,.•DanHunter, RonnieFleisher,Ros Thomson,Sue Peltzanc'i:JeanSherk,Student:-.Jpresentativea;Virginia Prat,Asociate Dean ofStudents;CharlesBal,.DevelopmentOficer;PaulHilaire,Asooci~te Profeso1• ofMa.thematics; F'red Ray, AsistantDeanofStudents and DirectorofColegeUnion; John Boyd, AsistantProfesorofSocialStudies;SilasBoyd,Profesorand ChairmanoftheMusic Department; Joseph Winenc, Profesor or Musie; andKathlen Dowling, Actingsecretary,werealsopresent.

Mr. NadolinskiMO~"ED and Mr. LaneSECONDED themotion that theminutes ofthe165thmetingoftheBoardofDirectors oftheFaculty-StudentAsociationheldJanuary26,1962, be approvedasread . Themotioncaried.

P.A.SYSTEM

CharlesBal reportedthattheExecut,oneP.A,. Unithas beninstaled in theAuditorium, however, theyare stilworking to perfect it. l!Io STUDENTCOUGRESS The ,:.-,:a. '!'!eW StudentCongres reoogni tionpinsuerepased PINS aroundfortheinspectionoftheBoard.

IV.

CAMPUS SCHOOL Mr.Lanereported that theCampusSchoolca.reteria CAFETERIA isfunctioning very wel and StateOficialsare pleasedwith1·1.

V,

PARKING

TomPeferrer-orted that theTraf'icColIJ!lisionerfels t,he parkingsituationhasimprovedatlea.st500percanto An appraisalwil be madeafterJune15,1962 of the recently instaledinformationservice in thefoyerofRockwel Halo

SITUATION

VL

INFORi"1ATION

SERVICE

PROGRESSri.EPORT Charles Bal pasedaroundfortheinspectionoftheBoard ON BOOKSTORE copiesofareporton thestudymade onthebookstore by Wiliam R* TrautmanandAsociates. TheBoardthanked Mr. Bal f'orawel-donejob. Mr. La Morte MOVED and Mr. Lane SECmIDED themotionthatthe feasibilitystudyof thebookstore,postofice,andmail rom be closedout by paying W. R. Trautn: M'\ andAsoe.iat s in the amount of $200.00andthema~ter be tabledunti~furtherdirection by the BoLird., Themotion cariedo

VI.

VII.

Alf~.·OOUDITIOrUMG CharlesBo.1 reportedthata1r.-conditioning in two OF rfiu Ar'Ati'ft&:tfl'S apartmentsoftheUnionBuildingwouldcostapproximately INTHEUNIOH $2,00oOO. Mr. Lariereport~d that hewoulddiscus the BUILDING mater 01cemore Yith Milton Lewis, Adminis·crative Oficer atStateUniversity,andbringthematerbefore

theBoardat,afuturetime. · Mr. Bulgerreadaleterconcerningthesaleofpaperbacks intheStateRomofMot Hal. Themateris to be revie-.,ed by Hr. La HorteandtheFoodServiceCommite(/ Mr. La Morte MOVED and1'ir.NadolinskiSEOotIDEDthemotion tlmttheAsociationspendup to fJ.0,000 of Temporary OperatingSurplusNone:,toplanttresnextSpringaround the Library andUnionareaoftheCampus. Themotion caried. Mro Bulgerreadaleterf.rornTomPefer,StudentCongre~.s President,informingthe~~ that StudentCongres pased amotion on¥.iarch15,1962authorizingtheTrafic Commision to pay thebalanceof$1778.00onthe $3200.00 eA"Penseforsurfacing theparkinglotlast yearo priginaly it was a.gredthattheTraficCommisionwould pay one half upto$1500.00andtheStatewould pay the rest; buttheState refuAed andtheTraficComrnisionbad to asumethecost.· M.~. Peferrequestedthatinthefuture arnorecompletestimybemade to determinecost and methodofpaymentbeforeeommit.mentsaremade. Mro BulgerreadaleterfromtheAsociation's Atorney andpasedaround a copy orthe Wil of, Clara s. Champlin,Dec'd. AlthoughtheColege wasmentioned in theWil asoneoftheresidua17 beneficiaries,the entire balane or theEstatewas used for thesupport or he?dependentsasprovidedin theWil and directed by the SUrogate. Acordingly- therewasnothinglefttortheresiduarybeneficiaries. Theleter and t.'il.\ ~ rece1v1d and filed andthe mater closed. Mro Lanegaveafinalreportonthebussituation includingtheinitialcostofanewone and approximate operatingcosto Mr. Johnsongaveacompletereporton what wearespendingnovtortransportationofstudentso Thematerwasdiscusedend the costscompared. Mr. NadolinskiMOVED and Mr. LaneSECONDEDthemotion that abuswould not bepurchased. Themotion caried.

SELLINGOF PAPERBACKS

x .

THEEPROJEO'l'

COMl-.UiHCATIONS FROMTOM PEFFER

I.

ESTATEOF CLARA S.CH.Ai·~PLIN

XI.

BUSSITUATION

X:CI.

-4-

Student in HomeEconomics $ 200.00 Ml'o Cl'.lford De Oca 250 .00

Nasau-surolkHomeEconomicsExtension Service NewYorkStateEducationDepartmsntAidto IndianStudents ErieCountyExtensionService,HomeDemonst.ra.tion Department Genese .-r~ir.torColege Genese JuniorColege YoungMen's ChristianAsociationofBufalo HannibalFacultyAsociation 'WarsawFacultyClub RosamondGifordCommite SCholarshipFund E . H. Moeler Fund-BufaloFoundation E.H. Moeler Fund-Buf~loFOl&Uldation Fosdick-MastenParkHighAlwni Aasociation- DufaloFoundation Income ot theGirlsCcnncilofHl1tchinson-ctmtral HighSchoolScholarshipFundo PolishWomen's AlianceofAmerica HowardMemorial fund

Student in Home Economics

Mis A. Guthrie Mis J,. O'Del Mis B. Jo Calhoun Mis v. Catalano Hr" E.H,. Cok Mis S .Yo.fe Mis P.Kronson Mis c. Buck Mis G., M. Prest

1~0.00 150 .00 59 .00 100.00 100.00 .312.50 75.00 85.00 73.50

Mis K. C.Rambus

65.00

Mis Be Krajevski Nis M. Colins

50.00 50.00

XIX.

BRYANRICE MEMORIAL FUND

Mr. Mao Vitie1-tOVEDand Mr. NadolinskiSECONDEDthemo'ti.on thattheBoard or Directors or theFaculty-Student Asociationaceptacheck in theamount or $50.00from Dr. HarveyM. Rice,formerPresidentofourColege, to establish o. Memorial Fundin memory ofhiseon,Bryan 1 to belmownasthe "Bryan RiceMemorial Pund". The motioncaried. Mr. Bulgerappointedacommite forthereviewingofthe budgetsconsisting or Morton Lane,CharlesLaMorte, andValentineUadolinski. Mr. Lanereportedthat al members ot the Board approved the selectionof Robert P.Schermerhorn and Company asourauditorsforthe 1961-62 fiscal year. Mro Mac VitieMOVED and Mr. La Morte SECONDEDthemotion that theFaculty-studentAsociationalocate the sum of $480.00 fortheextraexpense ot 16students who roundthatcharter nights werenotavailablealmost immediately bet'ore departure time and asaresultthe extracostperstudentwas f.30.0o Themotioncariedo TheActivitiesBoardbas had arequest trom Mr., Adesa, AsociateProfesor and Chairman or Health,stating that threnewpositionsareneded£ortrainer, supply keper andcoach ot theTraclcandCros CountryTeamsinstead ofonlyonepersonasatpresent. TheBoard'sadvice ullbeappreciatedatafuturemeting.

IX.

COMNISSION

XXI.

AUDIT

XXI. SIENASEr·lESTER

XIIo REPORTFROM TOMPEFFER

-5-

XXIV,

CONGRATULATiuNS PresidentBulgeraswel astherestofthe E,_.:iJ,;~ ~:om.mended TomPeferonajobveldoneduringthepastyearand l-'iro PeferthankedthoBoard£ortheirtime,consideration, andasistanceo

XXV.

ADJOURNHENT

Themeeting adjournedat5(30p.m. !(~f~ KathlenDowling ActingSecretary

FACULrY=STUOENTASSOCIATION OF l'HESTATEUNIVERSITY COLLEGE FOR'rEACHERSAT BUFFALO., INC. Minutes of the 165t." Faculty..StudentAsociation Boardof Directorc' :~eting .. c:.Januaey 26,1962

The16$th meting or theBoardofDirectors ot theFaculty-Student Aeoc:Lation was heldon Januar,y 26,1962in the ConferenceRom123ofRockwel Bal. '.ful ~ ~ Vrul caledto order by Presidentalgerat9110 a.mo withthe toloving memoerspreen1a PaulBulger,Robert MaoVitie, Morton Lane, CharlesLa.Korte, and Valentine Nadolinak:1. Robert.Johnson,CorporationAcountant.;SamuelBataglia,Corporation CounselJ Tom Pefer, Student Congres President;Charles Bal, DeTelopment OficerJ andJtathlenDalling, ActingSecretary,werealsopresent. ,

Mr. LaneMOVED and Mr, Nadolinsk1SECONDEDthemotionthat the minutes ot the 164th meting, heldNovember 29,1961, be aproveda read and corected. Corectionisastolo\181 ItemIA--SUbjectto changeuponreview by Mro Lalt:>~. Tbe motioncaried. Mr. Lane MOVED and Mr. MacV1tie SECONDED the motion thatthe .:f'ololfin scholarship be aceptedandtheasociationadministerit forthe benefitof therecip~ents ClifordDeOcra Themotion caried.e $2,50.00 N. Y. s. Edu.cation Dept;. Aidto Indian Students Mr. MacVitie MOVED and Mr. NadolinskiSECONDEDthemotionthatthe folavingdonation be aceptedand the Asociationadl'liniater it tor the benefit or theColegePreaident•sFund ot theFaculty~ StudentAsociations ~!;o. 00receivedfromReid s. !t>ule !le motioncaried. Mro Lane reada leter fromOswegoColegeconcerningtheircolege bus 01-.tiona. Thereport was favorable,however, Mr Lane ouggeeted t.hat themater be brought,up boton, the A.dm:1niatrat Council and anotherreport be givenata.f'Q.ture metinao Mr. Toin Peter presentedareport that the StudentCongres tfOUld like topurchae twotypas oE recognitionptna. The tirs1; type ot pin is a large identifyingpinwhich would be pasedon to tutu'!'emembers ot StudentCongres. Thesecond type ofpin18a e.:Jl pin to be givon tostudentCongres memberstokepas reocgnitionofhisorherserdcetothestudentCongres. Mr. Lane MOVED and Mr., lAMorteSECONDED the motion that the Faculty . StudentAsociationasume the coat ot $207 oSO 'to pll"Cbase t pins torstudentCongres andthereafterthecost be aIUlied by StudentCongresao '.?he motioncaried.,

I., MINUTES

Io STUDENT

SCHOLARSHIP

II.DONATION

Vo STUDENTCONGRESS PINS

In vietrofthevcl.uabletreservicesrendered to the Faculty . StudentAsociationandthe Colege by the wivesof the faculty membere, Mra LaMorteMOVEl Md 1r-.MacVitie SECONDED thmotion that theTreasurer ot theAseo eu ~tion :u.thorize the use of the food servicefacilities(Dining Bal) bythe tacultywiveswithout charge,and that arecord ot thecoststotheFoodServiceDepartment be forwarded to the CorporationAcountant tor reimbur ment by the Asociationo Themotioncaried. Areportwasgiven by Mr. 'fomPefer on the parking situationon campus. Parking facilities havebenimproved,however, the TratficCotllisionisnot operating asetfectiTelJ' u it Might andMr. Peferstated thattbs Tratic Comnd.aion v1l improve their operations. Mr. Ma.cVitie reported that statr alocation tor theColege Camp is remotelyposible. 1'he plan1abeingconsidered and wil be reportedonatafuturemeting. The"OutstandingProf'esorAward"wil be d1ecus19datafuture meting. Al were ot thoopinion that an intirmaey llight be anecesary additionto the colegeand that astudy and report be made tor .tu.turedieusionandact1ono Mr. MacVitie MOVED and Mro Lane SECONDEDthemotion that up to $3,100.00 be uoedtohireemployesto~ an inf'ormation booth in the toyerofRockwel Ha.l to June 15, 1962. This wil be onanexperimentalandstudy eiatodetermine the !~ d thereo.t. Themotioncaried.

XIIo PARKING

SITUATION

XIV• COLLEGE CAMP

IVa OUTSTANDING PROFF.SSOR AWA.RD XVIo INFIRMARY

%VI. INFORMATION SERVICE

XVIIo ADJOURNM&NT

a.. ~ , ~~ ActingBere

The meting adjournedat11

tr;cu1·ry"s·ruJKN'£A:'.JOGI:l'l'ION m~ 'I'lm ~.>'1':\.'rE U;HV8~SIT:r COLL>~Gr: 1•\)!l Ei\.Clrtis Ar tlUfi'FALC)., INC 0

Ninutes of163rd.?a.culty,·Student Asociation Hoardo.fDirectorE:' t:fieting= .•Novr.:mber 9, 1961

The163rdmeting oftheBoardof Directors ofthe Faculty·-S·tudent Asociationwas heldonNovember 9, 1961intheConferenceRom123ofRockwel Hal.. '£hemetingwas caled toorder by Hro Bulger, PresidentoftheAsociation, at10:02 a<,m• withthefolowing members present! PaulBulger,RobertMa.cVitiej HortonLane,Charles Wiorte, Valentine NadolinskiandRonniencischer, RobertJohnson,CorporationAcountant; SamuelBataglia, CorporationCounsel;CharlesBal, Development Oficer; JackGrenan, Presidentofthe SeniorClas;FredCompertore, FreshmanClas;andKathlenDowling, ActingSecretary~ werealso presento Io MINUTES Mr.MacVitie YJ.OVED and Mr., Nadolinski SECONDEDthemo·l;ionthatthe minutes ofthe 162nd meting, heldOctober 25, 1961,be £\p;,I'oved as read. The motion cariedo

Ilo

COYLJ\ SCfUUNER

Mr 0 Bulger reportedthathe irote Mis CoylaSchreinertothankher fortheexcelentjobshedidasSecretaryoftheAnsciationand toexpres theregretthatshecouldnotbeherethisyearbecause ofstudentteachingo

HINUT1i:S OF 158th Mf~h'TING

Il.:,

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Mro MacVitie MOVED and.Mr.,LaneSJ1:CO.NTJfWth3motion thD.ttheminutes of. the 158thmeting heldonJune12,1961beapprovedas rea,do Corectionsareasfolous. Item I==arnount spentFOFtinsteadof OFathleticawardsand.Item II<;=a=Mro FralichinsteadofMr" Frolick., The motion caried, Mesrs, Nadolinski andLaMorte abstainingbecause theywere notmembers oftheBoardatthattime~ Mr. Bulger reporti.:xl tha'ctheoilleaseforthecolegeca.mp hasbennegotiated1:indisonfilein t~he busines oficeof theAsociationo Bo Mr., Nariolinski gavea report onthe:F'odServiceBudget, Inan efortto determine thenedfora 1 chotdish i.~ra;itr 1, a par',=(.ime nurseservice (6~-10p.,mo) hasbenstarted.. Thiswil help withtheeficientoperationofsuchtrayservicea

DISCUSSION

OF THfi 1~8th Ao !1INUTES

MEE'fING AT COLL~GB CA.MP

Nro Bulgerproposedthatan Fe s. A., meting be heldat t l1e Colege Camp in f'fay, 1962" May 2, 1962 tia.s a.gred uporl asa te:itat.:,.ve date,

VIo

lt.,UNDFOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS

Mr 0 LaneHOVED and MrG Nadolinski SBCOND"!<;Dthemo-i.ion thata special fundof~;2,000,tobe entitled PUBLIC fmL.I\TIONSFmm, beset-upfor theremainderofthefiscalyeartohelpunderwriteso:1e of the expenseofente1"tainingforspeciaJ.oc~.sions., Themotion car5_ed"

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Dr, i3ult,e:t z·cadaleterandlist fromJosephCan1a:·1elasJirectorof food~·ervice,to <,he Ho.rdlist1n[;althe ci1i.1t1, silver,andutensils broug'.1t,:mci: t.D t.!:o L"od ",er-vice Depart:nGnt frmn t:1e r0sid0ace hals attheclose ,f lastJurn:io

T .Lo

Uro Bulger Penda let.terf:ronJoseph Adessa) Health, Physical Educationand{oc1·catio.nDep.:1rtr,1cnt, sayingthat i'tr'so Huth Hershberger is Athletic Board:;ecretaryundclarifyingthefa.ctthatsheis C!i1ployedto he!;-1~1.1nstudc'rit athletic activities.,

.Nr.,Lane 10V\D a,1d ?~r.. L.a;jorte s1-;c;q;~f,~;i the motion thatthe folouing be chargedasexpensesofthe corporat,ion;

COHPO:{,'rION

!u-o Alison Davis ilr o 'l'homasPofer l·'Ir o Ronald R.Emaig Mr, !,Jal terPeterson

:tJ75,00 50o00 50o00 2loh5 ~}3 TOTAL

Themotioncaried"

Xo

S:AL~~ OF PfWGH.AM TIC1<:ETS

It was suggested1;ha.ttheini'or-mationboothinthefoyerof;1ockwel Hal beused, by of~car,1pus organizationsoferingprogramsof educationalorculturalvalue,forthesaleofticketsoHr"' Nadolinski MOVED and Mr·o La.nu sr;co,m',:D themotion thatthisideabeaceptedin principle upon suc:hconditionsasthisasociation may establishafter studyandlaterr,:portstobegiven by t'lz'o La.Morteand Tom Pefcro Themotion caried., Mr.Lane '!OV.SD&ad Hro La.Morte 5ECONDEDthemotionthattheTreasurP-r oftheCor-porationdeposittemporarysurplusfundsinsavingsbanks andorSavlngsLoc~n Asociations,. located intheStat,eof NeTt1 fod<, 1r1hichinhisopin:Lonaresafeandapprovedinvestmentsforthe cor-porationc; ?;lr'o Bulgerreada previousme,"lo fromhimtofourmembers of t,he board askingforthe authorization oftheBoardtospendbetwen i[;Ij)OO an~ :~1,500thisyear for Student lde,1tification Cardswithapictureof eachstudeat rathEir tha,1taxeachstudent 40 centsatthistimeo Thefourr,emberswereaskedtoindicatewhetheror not they ap,;roved b,Y'checki.1gYES or• riOo /Ulfour,DavidThielking" Dro MacVitie, ":'Jr, Lanea.ad ~lr. J.alJorte,votedYCS., Nr., Bulger also voted !U:So

X 1.,

SU'.1PLU S '.<'UNDS

XI a

S'rUDEi/f I.Do CA.,i.t)S

XIL,S'rATION ,J.\.GON

It was sugges~ed t,i1at a policybe established foruseofthe Corporation"·owned Stationv{agono

It was decidedthr,tthe :na.Ucr of Jor1:1ant fundstobei:;iventothe Alu.,i,.\i .\sociatioi.1be d:1.scusDed at alaterr,ietingofti.heBoard wnenmore concreteinformation if; :1vailable.o

XV :i

U~'.E: OF

Dit'L' NG ;flLL It ua.s sur;;csted that,tho P'ood ServiceDepa.ct ,1cnt be directed and author:be-:-!to undc!'in:·H.e thecxpoaseoft.heuseoftile dininc hal inLhc: 0 t.u.:l.entUa:.i.on 8u:i.ldlngfor the showingofrecreational fjJ?lu

~~ ~ Kathlen Dowlingl ActingSecratary

FAClJLTi'-S1UDEN'l' t~SO~IA i ION f StateUniversityColegeforTeachersatBufalo 1 Inco

Minutes ofthe161stoFaculty-StudentAsociationBoard ofDirectors Meting 0 October9.19610

. . The 161stameting_ ~f the Beard of-Directo.r:soithe Faculty-Student Asociationwas held onOctober 9 0 1961.ointheConferenceRoom123 of Rockwel Halo The metingwascaledtoorder by lV!ro Bulgerat8:18 Po mo with thefolowingmemberspresent:PaulBulger I RobertMacVitie I Charles LaMorte.MortonLanej)ValentineNadolinskij) andRonnie Fleischera Robert Johnson,CorporationAco~tantandSamuelBataglia,CorporationCounsel 0 werealso presento

lo Minutes

The readinof theminutesof the 160tho meting ofthe Bo~rd of DirectorsheldSeptember2 8 1961 was suspended untilthefolowing metingo Mro LaMorte·movedand Mro MacVitie sec 4: dthe motionthatthefolowingslate of oficersbeelected:

Ila Electionof Oficers

President ---- Mro Bulger Vice President-- Mro MacVitie Treasurer---- Mro Lane Secretary ---- Mis Fleischer

Themotion\Vascariedo

IIo Agendafor nextmeting

Theposibleagendaitemsforthe nextmeting wil consistof: lo Busforschooluseo

2a FSAfundstobeusedtohirestudents toselticketsforlocalandcommunity groupsatthePublicInformation Desko 3o CoSoAo andF o S., Ao clarificationmade to student body o Proceduretobe taken., 4o Posibilityofhavingaprofesional stenographerfromMr o Lane ts staftake theminutes of the metings toaidthe Secretaryo

IV o Adjournment

Theme tingadjournedat 8:42 Po mo

2:;:ctful~yeubmi~ed,

RonnieFleischer Secretary

~t~teJnive~eiyof N w York ColegeofEducation Bufalo22. Nu- York

1 inutsofthoF&.oultyc.:'.:tu ~ ntAe sooiation BoardofDir.actorsUeting, September22,1961

The16othmoetin:i: oftheBoardof Dire<:tor 9 softheFacultY"Student Asociation ws.s heldon Ssptember 22,1961•i.n the New DiningHalo Th• metingwas caled toorder by lro MoVitieat2140 p.mo withthetolawing members present: Paul Bulger. Rtbert MoVitie. Charle• LaMon•. :Morton La• !avidThe1lking,andBonnieFle1eoher 9

actingaecretaryo RobertJohnson.Corporation

Aocounta nt andSamualBataglia 9

CorporationCounael 9

werealsopresent.

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l"o "cVitiomo·,;,od and Mi•( ta~v,ort seconded the ot·'Jnthc.t tl.e roadir1g of theminute bo dhflene it'. unt!l .a future met,ngo r. ni; egliu.,sec'out~'haf"inalpror-osedd f't o~i.!1eGas ".)il 1. c eo J d sousionof the J t. ·cr'le, a:.cls.ic;~ 0 insure.noo, andmortgages ,;. ! ·n~c p1·cecdecla Upon co'lpletion ofchanges 1:,·. Lhcveme"'1,"'on.ad clcuses,thelease would be . ·'r,"aci.;oryc ·.~r •.rliri.'.11·.'.ngmoved tmd'1r. McVitie r. ~er.'edtl.,r1ot.:on-:.hctr1esident Bulger be c 1th-1zec tosl_i-1 the l,t se ,·iththe presor· 1 .~sasr,:,o" ·;:1"1.d~d to ~ :r.Bntar,lia. ir J ro I ne rcv d nnd Mt·o J 'on:"' sc 1 ~. the motionthat ?lro ·v1t cbs e.chncd 220000 y t;i.e corpoi:ation to b r1mburscd by ste.te t'undso Ifstatefunda o~ldnot rimburaetheco.1.porat;ion 0 th.e~'o.c~1ty.,.StudentAeaooiation wo~ld beartho costo Thomotioncaried with fourin favorandMro Theilkingabtainingo tion 8 cri do

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Ilo Let 60C Colo ;e Ca. , Fo1• Oil (·. c Drili!k

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Themetingadjournedat,5,12pomo

Respeti'ulyaubm1ted 9 . /? ..,; ,. .I ~-x~7V~-~

Ronni,Fleiacher Aotin"'Seor t ry

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