OREGON STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION
MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETINGS
SUBJECT INDEX
1962






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Ace Electric Co.; 96, 182, 261, 629
Adams, Dewey, Memorial Scholarship; 279
Admission plan, Uniform; 29
Advance planning for buildings; 233, 327
Advance planning funds from Housing & Home Finance Agency; 45, 356, 503, 543, 549
African-American Institute; 650
Agency for International Development; 468
Agricultural Engineering Research Foundation; 56, 111
Agricultural Experiment Station (See O.S.U.)
Agricultural Research Foundation; 56, 108, 192, 282, 479, 621
Air Conditioning Study; 344, 406, 491, 580
Air Force Aid Society; 468, 476
Air Force Central Welfare Fund; 573
Albina Fuel Co.; 658
Alcan Pacific Co.; 447
Alcoa Aluminum Co. of America; 189
Allied Chemical Corp.; 479
Allstate Foundation; 648
Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority; 290, 564, 644
Alpha Phi Cardiac Aid; 60
Amchem Products, Inc.; 282, 389
American Association of University Women; 392, 656
American Business Women's Assoc.; 567
American Cancer Society; 57, 117, 386, 473, 573, 648
American Cancer Society, Oregon Division; 60, 117, 477, 568, 647
American Chemical Society; 291, 468
American Dairy Assoc.; 575
American Dehydrators Assoc.; 282
American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education; 279, 289, 385, 570
American Humancs Foundation; 166
American Institute of Timber Construction; 575
American International Assoc.; 120
American Legion Auxiliary, Ashland; 570
American Legion Auxiliary, Dept. of Oregon; 55, 113, 199, 279, 576
American Medical Assoc.; Educational Research Foundation; 289
American Optical Company; 57, 194
American Rose Foundation; 653
American School; 644
American Society for Engineering Education; 122
American Society of Civil Engineers, Oregon Sectin; 385
American Society of Clinical Pathologists; 250, 371
American urological Assoc., Inc.; 473
Anderson Report; 534
Annand & Boone, Architects; 74, 260, 51, 606, 609
Anonymous Donor; 58, 113, 118, 570, 645
Area Development Administration; 585, 607
Arlington, City of; 94
Armour Pharmaceutical Co.; 654
Army Relief Society; 113, 563
Arnold, Gen. Henry H., Educational Fund; 468, 476, 570
Arthritis & Rheumatism Foundation; 473
Ashland Soroptimist Club; 578
Asia Foundation; 563
Asphalt Paving Co.; 657
Associated Blue Lake Bean Canners, Inc.; 570
Association of American Medical Colleges; 645
Association of Governing Boards; 85, 347, 430
Association of Industrial Advertisers; 379
Astor, John Jacob, Parent Teacher Assoc.; 563
Astoria Classroom Teachers Assoc.; 570
Astoria Elks Lodge #180; 279, 645, 650
Astoria High School Girls League; 645
Atlas Sheet Metal Works; 258
Atomic Energy Commission; 55, 118, 190, 194, 279, 285, 386, 392, 645, 651
Ausland Construction Co.; 357
Autzen Foundation; 379, 382, 391, 481
Auxiliary to Professional Engineers of Oregon; 570
Avalon Foundation; 382

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B Electric; 259
Baker Elks Loge #338; 121
Baker Junior Chamber of Commerce; 578
Baker Rotary Club; 657
Baker Soroptimist Club; 578
Balfour Co., L.G.; 650
Balsiger Motor Co.; 61
Balzhiser, Seder & Rhodes; 358, 514, 540
Bandon Women's Civic Club; 656
Bank of America, Hollywood District Trust Office; 571
Bank of America N.T. & S.A., The First Boston Corporation & Associates; 67
Bank of Commerce; 113, 285
Bankers Trust Co. --- Joint Managers & Associates; 68
Banks High School Moms & Dads Club; 656
Barber Shop Quartet, Klamath Falls; 657
Barners & Hilgers, Architects; 150, 331
Baroid Division, National Lead Co.; 189
Barton, E.A., & Assoc.; 608
Beall Pipe & Tank Corp.; 479
Beane Fund; 570
Bear, McNeil, Schneider, Bloodworth & Hawes; 7, 41, 45, 47, 94, 143, 177, 208, 214, 258, 262, 304, 501, 507, 539, 542, 543, 599, 632
Beaverton High School Student Body; 650
Beaverton Kiwanis Club; 121
Beaverton Lodge #11, A.F. & A.M.; 577
Bechtel Corp.; 279
Bend Elks Lodge #1371; 189, 199
Benson Dads Club; 572
Benson Polytechnic High School; 576
Benton County Medical Auxiliary; 645
Benton County Medical Society; 570
Beta Sigma Phi; 568, 644
Big Pines Lumber Co. mortgage; 621
Blair & Zaik, Architects; 177
Blanchard Construction Co.; 180
Blaser, Mr. & Mrs. Louis A.; 570
Board Meetings (Regular)

January 23, 1962; 1
March 13, 1962; 71
April 25, 1962; 137
June 12, 1962; 203
July 24, 1962; 300
September 11, 1962; 402
October 23, 1962; 490
December 11, 1962; 587

Board Meetings (Special)

February 14, 1962; 67
November 9, 1962; 584

Board of Education, American Baptist Convention; 113, 563
Board of Missions of Evangelical United Brethren Church; 563
Board of Registry of Medical Technologists; 250
Board's Emergency Reserve; 558
Board's Land Purchase & Plant Rehabilitation Reserve; 156, 446, 558
Boeing Airplane Company; 280, 476
Bohemia Lumber Company; 650
Boise Cascade Corp.; 389
Boise Zonta Club; 572
Bonneville Power Administration; 59, 111, 192, 282, 380, 389, 480, 573
Brady's Broiler; 657
Bridge Parent-Teacher Organization; 645
Britt Memorial Scholarship Fund; 563, 570, 578
Brookings Elks Lodge #1934; 570
Brookings Plywood Corp.; 572
Brookings Rotary Club; 578
Brookings Soroptimist Club; 57
Budget, 1962-63; 154
Budget additions for increased enrollments; 519
Budget, Biennial, 1963-1965; 411, 441, 520, 625
Budget, Biennia, 1963-1965, increased enrollment, funds for; 520
Building Bond Series 1962, $3,900,000; 22, 24, 67
Building Committee; 5, 72, 138, 204, 301, 403, 491, 588
Building policies; 344, 345
Building Program; 1963-1965, Self-Liquidating; 236, 322, 610
Building Program, 1063-19675, Tax Funds; 224, 229, 319
Buildings, Grounds & Capital Outlay; 35, 87, 175, 257, 356, 443, 538, 638
Bumble Bee Seafoods, Inc.; 575
Burlingame Rotary Club; 645
Burns Elks Lodge; 189, 650
Burns Parent Teacher Assoc.; 189
Burpee, W. Atlee, Seed Co.; 108
By-Laws, State Board of Higher Education; 529

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Calbag Steel Warehouse; 541
Caldwell Senior High School Dey Club; 571
California Chemical Co.; 56, 282, 389, 480, 575
California Labor Federation, A.F.L., C.I.O.; 563
California-Pacific Utilities Co.; 64, 657
Callison, I.P., & Sons, Inc.; 111, 283
Campbell Soup Co.; 279, 389, 476
Canby Kiwanis Club; 571
Carnegie Corp. of New York; 468
Carpenter Foundation; 64, 113, 189, 194, 563, 568, 570, 578, 644
Carver, David J., Jr., Memorial Scholarship Fund; 190
Case, J. I., Co.; 653
Cement Industry of Oregon; 347
Center for Graduate Study & Research; 65, 85, 255, 436
Central Lane Y.M.-Y.W.C.A., Col. G.R. Johnson Hi-Y Scholarship; 563
Central Lane Y.M.-Y.W.C.A. Y-Teen Scholarship; 564
Central Linn High School; 576
Central Oregon College; 201, 484
Central Point High School; 113, 189, 194
Central Point Parent Teachers Assoc.; 55
Central Point School District #6; 656
Centralized Activities:

Budget; P1, P13, P87, 156
Office of Public Services; 370
Personnel Adjustments; 54, 278, 378, 467, 562
Unemployment Compensation; 638

Century Club for Women, Inc.; 576
Chancellor's Report; 29, 85, 167, 253, 348, 430, 531, 626
Change of Program fee; 20
Chapman, R.H., Co.; 175
Chase Co.; 96
Chase Manhattan Bank; 68
Chemagro Corp.; 575, 654
Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, School of Physical Therapy; 4
Chipman Chemical Co., Inc.; 192
Church, Newberry, Roehr & Schuette, Architects; 42, 629
Civil Service salary improvement; 527
Class size, policy statement; 172
Class time schedules changed, OCE, OSU, UO; 174
Clatsop County Community College; 202, 488
Cleveland High School; 577
Coburg High School Student Body; 644
Coca-Cola Bottling Co.; 194, 292, 644
Co-ed Housing Alumnae Assoc.; Milwaukie; 645
Co-ed Housing, Inc., Eugene; 645
Cole, Clark & Cunningham; 189, 445
Collins Radio Co.; 570
Collins, Vern, Plumbing & Heating; 46
Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp., John A. Roebling's Sons Division; 347
Colton High School Alumni Assoc.; 565, 656
Columbia Hospital Auxiliary; 468
Columbia Lions Club; 121
Columbia Records; 55, 121
Columbia River Paper Co.; 575
Cominco Products, Inc.; 282
Commencement Representatives; 167, 347, 364, 636
Commercial Solvents Corp.; 56, 575
Committee for African Students; 57
Communications, Petitions & Memorials; 167, 253, 347, 430
Community College Committee; 164, 201, 484
Community College Courses; 51, 164, 201, 460, 484
Community Colleges, need for; 532
Community Television, Inc.; 80
Comptroller's Insurance Report; 427
Comptroller's Investment Report; 422
Condon Elks Lodge; 568
Confederated Tribes & Bands of Yakima Indian Nation; 120
Congregational Conference of Oregon; 656
Consumers Power, Inc.; 47
Continental Can Co., Inc.; 55
Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago; 68
Coordinating Council for Graduate Work in Portland; 255, 437, 438
Coos Bay Area Soroptimist Club; 189, 564
Coquille Education Assoc.; 64, 190
Coquille Rotary Club; 657
Cornell, Howland, Hayes & Merryfield; 95, 204, 586
Corvallis, City of; 507
Corvallis Elks Lodge #1413; 570
Corvallis Rotary Club; 476
Cottage Grove High School Associated Students; 564, 570
Cottage Grove High School Parent Teacher Club; 563, 571
Cottage Grove Rotary Club; 564
Council on Economic & Cultural Affairs, Inc.; 477
Counseling & Guidance Courses; 4
Courtesy Appointments; 561, 642, 643
Covert Scholarship Fund; 189
Crater High School Girls League; 64
Crater lake Machinery; 657
Creswell Parents Teachers Students Federation; 656
Criswell Scholarship Fund; 189, 571
Crow Applegate Parent Teacher Assoc.; 570
Crown Camus Federal Credit Union; 476
Crown Zellerbach Foundation; 285, 379, 386, 392, 393, 468, 476, 481, 482, 570
Cubberley Senior High School Student Body; 645
Culture Club; 645
Cultures Inc.; 389
Curricula; 187, 460
Curricular Changes, 1962-63; 2
Curricular Changes, revision of procedures; 528
Curriculum Committee; 2, 82, 164, 249, 371, 528

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Daly, Bernard, Educational Fund; 64, 200, 657
Danforth Foundation; 113, 285
Degree of Honor Protective Assoc.; 572
Delta Kappa Gamma; 64, 200, 285, 476, 563, 650
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; 393
Dental School:

Air Conditioning; 231, 235, 322
Budget; P1, P5, P23, P87, 154
Clinical Supervisor's Office, research assistant; 462
Cole, Mrs. Philip, Memorial Fund; 472
Dental Clinics; P2, P18, P87, 156, 418, 420
Fraternity property gift; 409, 607
Gifts; 60, 117, 197, 288, 381, 471, 567, 647
Instruction equipment; 558
Male student housing; 409, 607
Master of Science in Operative Dentistry & Dental Materials; C67, 3
Orthodontics graduate clinical curriculum fee; 20
Personnel adjustments; 52, 105, 374, 462, 640
Psi Omega Dental Fraternity; 409, 607
Unemployment Compensation; 638
Women students, housing for; 47, 208

Devine, C. J., & Co.; 68
De Vry Technical Institute; 528
Diamond Alkali Co.; 389
Doernbecher Children's Hospital Guild; 197
Dormitory charges increased; 21
Dormitory Committee meeting; 20
Douglas County Home Extension; 476
Douglas County Scholarship Fund, Inc.; 656
Dow Chemical Co.; 385, 389
Drain Lions Club; 563
Drain Parent Teachers Assoc.; 563
Duke-Lab. Foundation, Inc.; 118
Dukehart & Kinne, Architects; 44, 206, 650

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Easement for roadway purpose, OTI; 98
Easement, right-of-way, OTI; 98
Easement to Consumers Power, Inc., OSU; 47
Easement to Northwest Natural Gas Go. for pipe line across Medical School property; 184
Easement to Northwest Natural Gas Co., UO; 273
Easement to State Highway Dept. across Britt property, SOC; 184
East Anchorage High School; 572
East Side Electric Co.; 292

EASTERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Budget; P1, P10, P25, P87, 154
Cemetery purchase; 152
Central Heating Plant Addition; 325
Dorion Hall Addition; 259
Dormitory for 135 men students; 240, 241, 328, 329, 613, 614
Dormitory for 100 women students; 241, 329, 614
Dormitory for 102 women students; 240, 328, 613
Drain tile; 153
Eocene Court Apts.; 237, 323, 611
Fine Arts Building; 234, 325
Forest Research Laboratory; 100
Gifts; 64, 121, 199, 291, 393, 482, 578, 657
Hunt Hall Addition; 456
Hunt Hall, 2nd Addition; 237, 323, 611
Library Building Addition; 48, 92, 230, 321, 356, 403, 547
Married Student Housing; 358
Physical Education Building Addition; 234, 325
Science-Math. Building; 45, 220, 230, 321, 543, 549
Science-Math. Building Addition; 234, 307, 325
Summer Session Budget; 618
Unemployment Compensation; 638

Eastern Star of Oregon, Order of, Cottage Grove; 571
Eastern Star, Order of, General Grand Chapter; 57, 468
Eastern Star, Order of, Grand Chapter of Montana; 563
Eastside Rotary Women; 291
Eddy Bakeries Co., Inc.; 482
Edisoin Parent Teachers Assoc.; 285
Edundon, Kochendoerfer & Kennedy, Architects; 94
Educational Coordinating Committee; 624
Educational Television Council; 535, 582
Educators Manufacturing Co.; 96, 258
Election of Officers; 355
Electric Club of Oregon; 572, 655
Electric Corporation; 179, 628
Electrical Maintenance Engineers Assoc.; 577
Electrical Women's Round Table of Portland; 385
Electrochemical Society, Inc.; 386
Elgin Parent Teachers Assoc.; 393
Elks National Foundation; 108, 193, 570, 644, 657
Elkton Lions Club; 563
Elmira High School Parent-Teacher Club; 563, 570
Enrollments Increases, effects of; 167, 519
Enrollments; 519
Eugene Business & Professional Women's Club; 116
Eugene City Council; 146
Eugene, City of; 146, 195, 565
Eugene City Panhellenic; 645
Eugene Education Assoc.; 563
Eugene Planning Commission; 146
Eugene Plumbing & Heating Co.; 182, 447, 629
Eugene Sand & Gravel, Inc.; 348
Eugene Water & Electric Board; 151
Evans Scholarship Foundation; 113, 285, 570, 645

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Fairbanks High School Associated Students; 57, 108, 113
Falk, Maurice & Laura, Foundation; 565
Fall-Out Shelter Construction; 141, 229, 330
Family Counseling Service; 481
Fanning Chevrolet Co.; 565
Farmers Insurance Group; 473
Federal Communications Commission; 516
Federal Cooperative Extension (See OSU)
Federal Republic of Germany; 63, 293
Fee Committee meeting; 20
Fees increased; 20, 157
Filbert Control Board; 283
Final Plans & Specifications & Contract Awards, Board's office authority; 87
Finance; 51, 102, 186, 272, 369, 458, 557
Finance Committee; 20, 80, 154, 246, 345, 411, 519, 618
Fire Insurance, Commercial; 245, 297, 346, 364
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.; 113, 194, 385, 563, 570
First Boston Corp. & Associates; 67
First Federal Savings & Loan Assoc.; 64
First National Bank of Chicago, Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York Account Managers & Associates; 68
First National Bank of Oregon; 55, 68, 189, 279, 572, 650
First National City Bank, Bankers Trust Co.--Joint Mangers & Associates; 68
Ford Foundation; 392, 416, 421
Forest Management Research Advisory Committee; 270
Forest Products Research Advisory Committee; 270
Foundation for Instrumentation Education & Research, Inc.; 570
Franklin High Dads Club; 570
Franklin High School Faculty; 656
Franklin High School Student Body; 577
Fraternal Order of Eagles; 113, 285, 645
Freightliner Corp.; 570
Friendly-Rosenthal Foundation, Inc.; 118
Fritsch & Kozlovski, Consultants; 450
Full-time students; 20
Fullerton Parent Teachers Assoc.; 189, 563
Fund for Dental Education; 471
Future Teachers of America, Marjorie Tedrow Chapter of; 577, 578

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Gardiner Parent Teachers Assoc.; 572
Gardiner, Thora B., Junior High School; 563, 570
Ceigy Chemical Corp.; 192, 480
General Electric Co.; 280
General Electric Foundation; 565
General Extension Division:

Allen property purchase; 185
Basic Conservation Workshop; 579
Budget; P1, P12, P25, P87, 155
Building Addition; 87, 89, 179, 185
Building, 2nd Addition; 150, 213, 232, 309, 321
Capital Television Studio Equipment, Salem; 235, 327
Correspondence Study, non-resident fee;; 21
Educational Media, Audio Visual Instruction; 273
Evening classes; 414
Gifts; 64, 122, 200, 293, 393, 482, 579, 658
Healy Heights property sale; 80
Mail processing & distributions; 273
Office & Studio Building, Corvallis; 235, 327
Office of General Services; 273
Office of Televised Instruction; 273
Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Co., vacation for radio tower; 343
Personnel adjustments; 467, 562
Portland Extension Center; 273
State-wide Extension classes; 273
Unemployment compensation; 638

General Foods Fund, Inc.; 279, 280
General Motors Corp.; 572, 645
General Obligation Bonds; 612, 628
Georgia-Pacific Foundation; 113, 189, 194, 200, 390, 563, 570
Gerber Baby Foods; 645
Gerber Products Co.; 653
Gift & Grant Report; 253
Gifts & Grants; 55, 108, 189, 279, 379, 468, 563, 644
Gilliam County; 94
Gilroy Rotary Club; 57
Girard Trust Corn Exchange Bank; 572
Gold Beach Parent Teacher Assoc.; 563
Golf Course Superintendents Assoc. of America; 650
Government of Alberta, Recreation & Cultural Development Branch; 644
Governor's Committee on Science, Engineering & New Technologies; 33, 65, 85, 531
Governor's Coordinating Council; 252
Grace, W. R., & Co.; 284, 390, 480, 576
Graduate Study & Research, Center for; 65, 85, 255, 436, 531
Grant High Parent Teachers Assoc.; 577
Grant High School; 290, 576
Gresham Grade School Teachers; 386
Gresham Junior Chamber of Commerce; 577
Gresham Union High School; 385, 655
Grolier Foundation, Inc.; 57, 644
Guidelines; 350, 430, 440

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Hafter, Harry, Furniture Co.; 64, 657
Haines Business & Professional Women's Club; 571
Hal's Plumbing & Heating; 259
Halsey, Stuart & Co., Inc., Smith Barney & Co., C. J. Devine & Co., Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago & Associates; 68
Hamlin & Martin, Architects; 10, 88, 177, 210, 545
Hammond, Ross B., Co.; 542
Hansen, C. J., Co.; 258
Harder Plumbing & Heating, Inc.; 261, 628
Hardie, Waldo S., & Son; 96, 628
Harding, W. A., Construction Co.; 540
Harris Trust & Savings Bank, The First National Bank of Oregon, Portland, Chase Manhattan Bank, New York City & Associates; 68
Haskins & Sells Foundation; 194, 645
Haupert Tractor Co.; 279, 571
Hawaiian Civic Club; 650
Hearst, William Randolph, Foundation; 113
Henley Parents & Patrons; 64
Heppner Elks Lodge #358; 572, 578
Heppner High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 199
Heppner Soroptimist Club; 656
Herald & News; 657
Hereford High School Student Body; 578
Hermiston Elks Lodge #1845; 108, 193, 572, 657
Hermiston High School Parent Teacher Assoc.; 571
Hermiston Kiwanis Club; 572
Hertz, Fannie & John Engineering Scholarship Foundation; 572
Hewlett & Jamison, Architects; 220, 259, 269, 307, 457, 502, 543, 545, 600
Hill-Burton funds; 242
Hill, Louis W. & Maud, Family Foundation; 283, 654
Hillsboro Elks Lodge #1862; 108
Hillsboro Lions Club, Inc.; 120
Hillsboro Union High School Parent Teachers Assoc.; 379
Home Lumber & Supply Co.; 657
Housing & Home Finance Agency; 10, 11, 14, 45, 47, 48, 51, 75, 80, 92, 94, 103, 114, 138, 144, 147, 148, 149, 150, 154, 186, 194, 206, 207, 210, 219, 220, 269, 272, 273, 285, 312, 313, 344, 356, 367, 369, 370, 379, 455, 459, 468, 503, 543, 544, 546, 547, 549, 551, 553, 592, 596, 598, 601, 604, 606, 633, 637
Houston Endowment, Inc.; 563
Hufford, Len, Construction Co.; 177
Humble Oil & Refining Co.; 200
Hyslop Agricultural Research Memorial Foundation; 55,111
Hyster Co.; 658

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Illinois Valley Community High School; 657
Incidental fee; 20
Indianpolis Wire Bound Box Co.; 56, 111, 192, 283
Industrial Forestry Assoc.; 270, 579
Inland Machinery Co.; 578
Institute of International Education; 57, 193, 279, 285, 386
Institute of Life Insurance for Family Finance; 379
Insurance Agency, Inc.; 571
Insurance Committee; 244, 346, 427, 530
Insurance Report; 427
Insurance Women's Assoc. of Portland; 290
Interim Administrative Committee; 29
Interim Committee on Small Business; 349
Interinstitutional Fee Committee; 20
Interinstitutional Dormitory Committee; 20
International College of Dentists; 471
International Footprint Assoc., Inc.; 563
International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union; 650
International Minerals & Chemical Corp.; 575
Investment Report; 422
Iron Fireman Manufacturing Co.; 385
Irwin, Marcia, Memorial Fund; 577

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Jackson County Court; 183
Jackson County Young Farmers Club; 571, 578
Jackson Foundation; 122, 568, 572, 644, 655, 656, 657
Jacksonville, City of; 184, 615
Japan Society, Inc.; 285
Japanese American Citizens League; 655
Jay Hawk Petroleum; 657
Jefferson Lions Club; 656
Jefferson Parent Teaches Assoc.; 656
Jeppsen & Miller, Architects; 10, 75, 93, 151, 205, 219, 304, 316, 317, 356, 444, 540, 593, 594
Jobs Daughters, Order of, Grand Guardian Council; 563, 570, 577, 578, 656
Jobs Daughters, Order of, Grand Guardian Council of Colorado; 113
John, B. P., Furniture Corp.; 259, 261, 628
John's Greenhouse Supplies; 43
Johnson, Mead, & Co.; 198
Johnson, Robert, Trust Fund; 189, 279, 476, 650
Joseph Parent Teachers Assoc.; 285, 291
Junction City Business & Professional Women's Club; 57, 578
Junction City Parent Teachers Assoc.; 656
Junior Achievement of Portland, Inc.; 571, 577

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Kamehameha Schools Organizations; 572
KAPT Radio Station; 564
Kelley, Grant, & Associates; 631
Kendall Heating Co.; 180
Kennecott Copper Corp.; 468
King, Sam Wilder, Scholarship; 250
Klamath Falls Business & Professional Women's Club; 385
Klamath Falls, City of; 179
Klamath Falls Creamery; 657
Klamath Falls O.S.E.A. Chapter #36; 657
Klamath Falls Quota Club; 292
Klamath Forest Protective Assoc.; 98
Klamath Ice & Storage; 657
Klamath Theaters, Inc.; 122
KOAP-Television property sale; 80
Kroeker, J. Donald, & Associates; 43, 149, 216, 407, 444, 449, 491, 580, 597, 631
Kruse & Fitch, Architects; 216, 343, 496, 590
Kuna High School Future Teachers of America & Parent Teachers Assoc.; 578

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Ladino Clover Commission; 576
La Grande Aerie #259, F.O.E.; 199
La Grande Cemetery Maintenance District; 152
La Grande, City of; 153
La Grande Elks Lodge #433; 650, 657
La Grande First Methodist Church; 291
La Grande Observer; 291
L & H Lumber Co.; 565
Land Purchase & Plant Rehabilitation Reserve; P87
Land Purchase; 233, 327
Land Purchases for dormitories, financing; 246
Lane County Commissioners; 183
Lane County Youth Study Board; 645
Lantz, C.A., Construction Co.; 357, 630
Late registration fee; 20
Lawrence, Tucker & Wallmann, Architects; 176
Leases, Oil, Gas, Sulphur; 424
Lebanon American Legion Auxiliary; 108
Lebanon Chamber of Commerce; 571
Lebanon Elks Lodge #1663; 468, 476
Lebanon High School Clubs; 392
Lebanon Kiwanis Club; 644
Lebanon Union High School; 379, 385
Lederle Laboratories; 382
Legislative Fiscal Committee; 535, 582, 625
Legislature, 1963; 246, 406

Amendment to increase bond borrowing ceiling of Higher Education; 248
Amendment to increase Higher Education revolving fund; 247
Amendment to permit Board to enter into tax sheltered annuity agreements; 247
Amendment to permit Higher Education to grant nonsalary compensation to staff; 247
Amendment to permit payroll deductions for parking space rental; 246
Bill to acquire Pioneer Memorial Park Cemetery; 248
Educational Television Council proposed; 535

Lilly, Eli & Co.; 111
Lincoln Electric Co.; 658
Linn County Medical Auxiliary; 648
Linn-Pacific Mechanical Contractors, Inc.; 178, 541
Lone Pine Scholarship Fund; 571
Longview Fibre Co.; 571
Lord Bros. Contractors, Inc.; 179, 456
Lord Electric Co., Inc.; 542
Lord, P.S., Mechanical Contractors; 97
Lucas Furniture; 657
Lutes & Amundson; 6, 148, 182, 408, 447, 510, 514, 630

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Madison High Dads Club; 57, 63, 285, 572, 644, 650, 655
Madras Union High School Student Body; 578
Malheur County O.E.A.; 121
Malting Barley Improvement Assoc.; 111, 480
Manley Plumbing & Heating Co.; 447
Mapleton Lions Club; 572, 644
Mapleton Parent Teachers Assoc.; 563, 656
Markle, John & Mary R., Foundation; 197
Married Student Housing Report; 72, 127
Marshall High School; 655
Marshfield Senior High School; 55, 564, 571, 578, 656
Martin Marietta Corp.; 279, 468
Mayer & Ross Electric, Inc.; 258, 631
McCormack Construction Co.; 358
McDowell-Catt Foundation, Inc.; 194, 198
McKenzie Willamette Memorial Hospital Women's Auxiliary; 568
Medford Elks Lodge #1168; 644
Medford High School; 113, 189, 193, 194, 578
Medford Mail Tribune; 578
Medical Education Committee; 623
Medical Research Foundation of Oregon; 61, 381
Mellinger, Edward Arthur, Educational Foundation; 564
Medical School:

Alumni Assoc.; 61, 118, 197, 289
Buckley, Hulda, Estate of; 473
Buckley, Hulda, Estate of; 568
Budget; P1, P4, P23, P87, 154
Cafeteria; 11
Campbell, W. C., Estate of; 648
Center for Hearing & Speech; 242
Central Incinerating Plant; 231, 235, 327
Clark, Jennie W. M., Estate of; 473
Crippled Children's Division; P2, P17, P86, P87, 156, 418, 420
Crippled Children's Division Building Addition; 177
Crippled Children's Division, Unemployment Compensation; 638
Davis, H. B., Estate of; 568
Dormitory for Women Students; 45, 47, 208, 238, 324, 500, 612, 632
Easement to Northwest Natural Gas Co.; 184
Equities, Inc.; 51
Farm, Medical Research; 515
Fire Station; 153
Furuset, Oscar, Estate of; 289
Gerlinger, Irene H., Estate of; 289
Gifts; 60, 117, 197, 289, 382, 473, 567, 648
Graham, Jean E., Estate of, property sale; 557
Health Service; 11
Heating Plant Addition (Boiler); 216, 231, 321, 444
Hospital fees; 345
Jakobi, Sadi A., Estate of; 61
Knox, Lillie, Estate of; 186, 382, 637
Library Building Addition; 44, 45, 205, 231, 321
Medical Research Building; 542
Medical Research Foundation Farm; 515
Medical Science Building, Alterations for Anatomy & Nursing; 331
Medical Science Building, 5th Floor Remodeling; 217, 231, 321, 509
Miller, Earl O., Scholarship Fund; 568
Mount, Guy L., Memorial Loan Fund; 649
Neuberget, Richard L., Medical Education & Research Fund; 118
Outpatient Clinic Unemployment Compensation; 638
Personnel adjustments; 52, 106, 188, 275, 374, 462, 559, 640
Schmidtke, Lillian H., Estate of; 474, 637
Staff By-Laws; 101, 123
Swett, Zachary, Estate of; 118
Teaching Hospital & Clinic; P2, P14, P86, P87, 156, 418, 420
Teaching Hospital budget deficiency; 162, 256, 558
Teaching Hospital Unemployment Compensation; 638
Tomlin, John R., award; 60
University State Tuberculosis Hospital; P2, P16, P86, P87, 156, 419
University State Tuberculosis Hospital Unemployment Compensation; 638
Unemployment Compensation; 638
Wells, Nora I., Estate of; 474
Women Students, housing for; 47
York, Sarah F., bequest; 51, 426

Medo-Bel Dairy Products; 657
Menasha Corp., Paperboard Division; 654
Menasha Pulp & Paper; 112, 283
Milton-Freewater Beef Trial; 56
Milton-Freewater Education Assoc.; 291
Milton-Freewater Rotary Club; 564
Milton-Freewater Teachers Assoc.; 578
Milwaukie High School Associated Students; 577
Milwaukie High School Dads Club; 189
Milwaukie Rod & Gun Club; 650
Mink Farmers Research Foundation; 480
Mobil Oil Co.; 379
Mockford & Rudd, Architects; 154, 449
Molalla Area Teachers Assoc.; 572
Molalla Business & Professional Women's Club; 577
Monsanto Chemical Co.; 56
Montana State Elks Assoc.; 644
Montgomery Electric Co.; 179
Moore, Geo. A., & Associates, Inc.; 177
Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York; 68
Morin & Longwood, Architects; 495, 595
Morris, L. H., Electric Co.; 46, 175, 178, 181, 447, 541
Morrison, Carl E., Scholarship Fund; 564
Morrow County Schools; 571
Morrow, Robert D, Inc.; 261
Motorola Communications & Electronics, Inc.; 292
Moty & Van Dyke; 657
Mouldingcraft; 657
Mt. Emily Division, Boise Cascade Corp.; 482
Mu Phi Epsilon, Eugene Alumnae Chapter; 563
Mu Phi Epsilon Patroness; 57, 194, 564
Multnomah Anglers & Hunters Club; 108
Multnomah County Medical Society; 118, 644, 655
Musicians Mutual Assoc.; 379
Myasthenia Gravis Foundation, Inc.; 382
Myrtle Creek Parent Teachers Assoc.; 571
Myrtle Point Parent Teachers Assoc.; 650

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National Bank of Commerce, Seattle; 189
National Council for Stream Improvement; 190, 390, 477, 480
National Council to Combat Blindness, Inc.; 382
National Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation; 649
National Defense Education Act; 618
National Electrical Contractors Assoc.; 571, 644
National Foundation; 114
National Foundation, Inc., Multnomah County Chapter; 118
National Fund for Medical Education; 119, 289
National Guild of Piano Teachers; 571
National Hairdressers & Cosmetologists Assoc.; 119
National Honor Society of National Assoc. of Secondary School Principals; 644
National Institute of Mental Health; 199, 286, 301, 469, 564, 577
National Institutes of Health; 41, 199, 304, 391, 482, 655
National Lead Co., Baroid Division; 189
National Merit Scholarship Corp.; 189, 279, 285, 571
National Park Service; 114
National Science Foundation; 41, 44, 58, 73, 103, 108, 114, 119, 121, 149, 151, 176, 190, 194, 199, 200, 280, 286, 291, 293, 304, 316, 379, 382, 387, 391, 392, 393, 445, 469, 477, 481, 540, 565, 573, 579, 618, 646, 651, 655, 658
National Secretaries Assoc.; 121
National Society of Daughters of American Revolution; 290, 655
National Turkey Federation; 283, 390
Naugatuck Chemical; 283, 390
Nelson, Harlan, & Associates; 94
New Eyes for the Needy, Inc.; 198, 473
Newberg High School Parent Teachers Assoc.; 655
Newport Business & Professional Women's Club; 657
Newport Port Commission; 76, 95, 615
Nickum, W. C., & Sons, Naval Architects; 42
North Bend High School; 564, 570
North Bend High School Parent-Teacher Student Assoc.; 564
North Salem High School; 565, 571, 656
Northwest Assoc. of Secondary & Higher Schools; 250, 627
Northwest Canners & Freezers Assoc.; 571, 576
Northwest Natural Gas Co.; 184, 273
Northwest Packing Co.; 476
Northwest Public Power Assoc.; 480
Northwestern Region of Soroptimist Federation of the Americans, Inc.; 279
Nutrilite Foundation; 571
Nutrition Foundation; 109
Nyssa Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie #2134; 657
Oakland Parent Teachers Assoc.; 564
Office of Institutional Research; 441, 536
Officers, election of; 355
Ohio Wesleyan University; 285
Oil, Gas & Sulphur leases; 424
Olson, J. O., Manufacturing Co.; 448
O.N.C. -So. Cal. Scholarship Foundation; 578
Oregon Arthritis & Rheumatism Foundation, Inc.; 382
Oregon Association of Future Farmers of America; 121, 578
Oregon Association of Future Homemakers of America; 476
Oregon Association of Insurance Agents; 245, 297
Oregon Bulb Florist & Nursery Council; 112
Oregon City Elks Lodge #1189; 650
Oregon City Hospital Co, Inc.; 649
Oregon City Senior High School; 482, 577
Oregon Coast Veneer; 564, 571, 578
Oregon Collectors Assoc.; 565

OREGON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

Arbuthnot, Katharine, hall; 99, 261
Budget; P1, P8, P35, P87, 154
Campbell hall; 511, 516, 530, 606, 609
Center for Research on Teaching; 505
Classroom Building; 234, 325
Classroom, laboratory & Office Building; 303, 321, 504, 549, 551
Dormitories; 237, 240, 323, 328, 449, 611
Dormitory for 100 students; 241, 329, 613, 614
Dormitory for women; 99, 261
Education & Psychology Building; 220, 230, 303
Gifts; 64, 121, 199, 392, 482, 656
High School Building, old, demolition of; 78
Library Building Addition; 45, 209, 230, 312, 321
Personnel adjustments; 53, 277, 378, 466, 561
Physical Education Building Addition; 230, 234, 325
Physical Plant budget; 274
Student Center-Commons, completion of basement area; 74, 260
Student Health Service Building; 10, 304, 444
Summer Session budget; 618
Swindel property condemnation; 516
Unemployment Compensation; 638
West House; 274
Western Oregon Speech & Hearing Clinic; 505

Oregon Congress of Parents & Teachers; 108, 113, 279, 392, 482, 655
Oregon Dairy Industries; 55, 189
Oregon Dairy Products Commission; 480
Oregon Education Assoc., Hermiston; 657
Oregon Education Assoc., Morrow County Division; 579
Oregon Educational Policies Commission; 255
Oregon Essential Oil Growers; 192
Oregon Federation of Garden Clubs; 476
Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs; 650, 655
Oregon Filbert Commission; 112, 283
Oregon Fish Commission; 615
Oregon Game Commission; 615
Oregon Heart Assoc.; 119, 382, 573
Oregon Home Economics Assoc.; 476
Oregon Home Economics Extension Council; 279
Oregon Industrial Arts Assoc.; 571
Oregon Insurance Agents Assoc.; 364
Oregon Journal; 63
Oregon League for Nursing; 567
Oregon Nevada California Fast Freight, Inc.; 644
Oregon Nurses Assoc.; 289, 473
Oregon Pathologists Assoc.; 250
Oregon Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Scholarship Foundation; 644, 655
Oregon Pilots Assoc., Salem Chapter; 64
Oregon Potato Commission; 480
Oregon Press Women, Inc.; 379
Oregon products, utilization of; 347
Oregon Program; 252, 416, 421
Oregon Public Employees Retirement System; 167, 428
Oregon State Board of Aeronautics; 393
Oregon State Board of Health; 250, 371
Oregon State Elks Assoc.; 55, 57, 64, 113, 119, 190, 198, 285, 482, 568, 644, 650
Oregon State Employees Assoc.; 113, 279, 285, 565
Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc.; 571
Oregon State Game Commission, Division of Fisheries; 111, 283, 390, 480, 654
Oregon State Grange; 189, 571, 644, 650
Oregon State Library Board of Trustees; 58
Oregon State Public Employees Retirement Law; 244, 294

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY:

Administration Building; 90, 230, 269, 321, 356, 600
Agricultural-Biological Science Building; 143
Agricultural Experiment Station grants; 173
Agricultural Hall; 538
Agricultural Research, Experiment Stations; P2, P21, P86, P87, 156, 418, 419
Agricultural Sciences Building; 234, 326
Agricultural Sciences Building Addition; 234, 326
Apperson Hall; 538
Associated Women Students; 650
Azalea House Student Aid Fund; 479
Bankhead-Jones appropriation; 51, 557
Beaty property purchase; 263
Benton Hall; 538
Braly estate property sale; 557
Brown property title clearance; 620
Budget; P1, P6, P24, P87, 154
Buildings, study of usefulness of older; 538
Buxton Hall; 541
Campus planning consultant; 356, 608
Central Heating Plant Addition; 97, 234, 326
Chemistry Building rehabilitation; 445
Civil Engineering Building; 234, 326
Computer Research Center; 73, 260
Cordley Hall, 1st Addition; 143, 230, 321, 599
Co-Signers, Engineers Students Wives Club; 279
Dads Club Scholarships; 189, 386, 571
Dormitory #4; 541
Dormitory #6 & Cafeteria; 7, 101, 214, 257, 357, 506
Dormitory #7; 213, 237, 323, 506, 611
Dormitory #8; 237, 323, 506, 611
Dormitory #9; 237, 323, 611
Dormitory #10; 240, 328, 611
Dormitory #11; 240, 328; 613
Dormitory #12; 240, 328, 613
Dormitory #13; 241, 329, 613
Dormitory #14; 241, 329, 614
Dormitory #15; 241, 329, 614
Dormitory #16 & Cafeteria; 614
Dormitory Solariums, conversion to student rooms; 539
Earth Sciences Building; 234, 326
Easement to Consumers Power, Inc.; 47
Education, Ph.D degree; C11, 2
Electrical Engineering Building Addition; 234, 326
Engineering Laboratory Remodeling; 234, 326
Engineering, School of; C19
Experiment Stations, tour of; 365
Experiment Stations, Unemployment Compensation; 638
Family Housing; 237, 240, 323, 328, 611, 613
Family Living Center; 230, 321, 356, 593
Family Study Center; 593
Farm Corps Building; 538
Federal Cooperative Extension Service; P2, P19, P86, P87, 156, 273, 418, 419, 420
Federal Cooperative Extension Service Unemployment Compensation; 638
Fine Arts Building; 234, 326
Food Science & Technology; C10
Forest Products Harvest Tax; 103
Forest Products Laboratory; 102
Forest Research Laboratory; 156
Forestry Building, Old, Remodeling; 234, 326
Foundation; 189, 193, 280, 563, 564, 572, 656
14th Street vacation between Jefferson & Adams Streets; 507
General deposit increased; 20
Gifts; 55, 108, 189, 279, 385, 476, 570, 650
Greenhouse construction; 43
Heating Plant Addition; 97
Industrial Arts Building; 185
Instructional Shops Building; 232, 320, 404, 512
Kelleway property purchase; 362
Kidder Hall; 538
Kittrell property condemnation; 39, 101
Land for future dormitories; 323, 611, 613
Landforce property condemnation, purchase; 452, 635
Library Building; 87, 88, 177, 555
Library Building, 1st Addition; 234, 326
Library Building, old, rehabilitation; 45, 230, 321, 502
Library Building, 2nd addition; 234, 326
Library, William Jasper Kerr; 555
MANIAC III Computer; 73
Marine Science Laboratory; 76, 204
Married Student Housing; 219, 237, 240, 323, 594, 611, 613
McDonald Forest; 455
Meats Laboratory; 93, 317
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Dept.; C23
Mechanical Engineering Building; 230, 321, 632
Men's Physical Education Building Addition;; 234, 326
Military Science Dept.; C27
Mills property; 102
Mines Building Remodeling; 234, 326
Mitchell Playhouse; 538, 571
Mooring facilities; 19
Mortar Board; 189, 571
Mothers Club, Portland; 279, 476
North Willamette Branch Experiment Station; 177
Oceanographic Vessel #2; 41
Oceanography Building; 75, 151, 205, 263, 316, 452, 540
O.A.C. Cooperative Assoc., property purchase; 242
Paulson property purchase; 19
Personnel adjustments; 105, 187, 275, 376, 464, 560, 641
Pharmacy Building Addition; 219, 230, 315, 321, 631
Physical Plant Building; 234, 326
Physical Science Building; 234, 326
Physics-Chemistry Building Addition; 45
Production Technology Buildings; 185, 234, 326, 538
Radiation Center; 41, 304, 416, 421, 539
Robinson property purchase; 455
Schmidt farm purchase; 555
Science-technology minor; C8
Scientific Research in Water Pollution Project; 77
Sea Foods Laboratory, Astoria; 349
Shepard Hall; 538
Solariums between dormitories, conversion to student rooms; 539
Stewart & Christianson property condemnation; 37, 639
Stimson property purchase; 242
Summer Session budget; 618
Tennis Courts resurfacing; 230
Unemployment Compensation; 638
Utility Tunnel extension; 230, 234, 258, 321, 326, 357, 358, 596, 630
Wadsworth property condemnation; 35, 100
Waldo Hall; 538
Water Pollution Project, Scientific Research in; 77
Western Forest Biology Laboratory; 100
Wilson Estate property purchase; 410, 636
Women's Physical Education Building Addition; 234, 326
Women's Physical Education Building Remodeling; 234, 326
Yaquina Bay Marine Science Research laboratory; 76, 95, 204, 584, 607, 615

Oregon Strawberry Council; 56

OREGON TECHNICAL INSTITUTE:

Accreditation; 627
Administration Building; 140, 232, 320, 610
Budget; P1, P11, P24, P87, 154
Building program; 609
Classroom & Laboratory Buildings equipment; 232
Classroom Buildings; 87, 88, 178, 320
Dormitory; 217, 232, 262, 324, 588, 612
Dormitory Supplement; 322
Easement for roadway purposes; 98
Easement, right-of-way; 98
Equipment for classroom & laboratory buildings; 320
General deposit increased; 20
Gifts; 64, 122, 200, 292, 657
Heat Exchanger Buildings; 88, 178
Instructional Shops Building; 610
King, Fred, Estate of; 657
Laboratory Building; 87, 88, 178, 320
Landscaping & paving; 610
Library Addition (Auditorium); 322, 610
Library & Commons Building; 232, 320, 499
Mechanical & Electrical Equipment Building; 88, 178
Medical Technology Curriculum; 250, 371, 395
Outside utilities; 178, 232, 320
Outside utilities for dormitory areas; 322
Personnel adjustments; 378, 466, 562
Phase I-B of construction; 178
Physical Education Building; 232, 306, 320, 610
Physical Plant Building; 232, 310, 320, 512, 610
Propulsion & Nuclear Laboratories; 232, 235
Radioactive Isotopes Building; 320, 610
Roads, Paving & Landscaping; 232, 320
Roads, paving & landscaping supplement; 322
Service Buildings; 87
Sewer connection; 179
Site utilities; 610
$6,000,000 limitation by Emergency Board; 513, 609
Student housing policy; 262
Student Service Unit; 232
Unemployment Compensation; 638
Waggoner property gift; 455

Oregon Transfer Co.; 644
Oregon Trucking Assoc., Inc.; 56
Oregon Turf Management Assoc.; 652
Oregon Wheat Commission; 192
Oregon Woodwork, Ltd.; 456
Orides Mothers; 194

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Pacific High School Student Body; 644
Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone Co.; 200, 343
Pacific Northwest Forest & Range Experiment Station; 271, 390, 480, 654
Pacific Power & Light Co.; 286, 469, 480
Pacific Supply Cooperative; 576, 654
Pacific Trailways; 657
Page, Albina, Fund; 655
Paper Industry Management Assoc.; 476
Parke, Davis & Co.; 569
Part-time students; 20
Patterson, M. F., Dental Supply Co.; 117
Patterson Plumbing Co.; 357
Payless Drug Store; 657
Payne & Struble, Architects; 212, 311, 312, 505, 508, 589
Pease & Sons, Inc.; 179
Pendleton Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie #28; 578
Pendleton Kiwanis Club; 563
Pendleton Rotary Club; 564, 578
Peninsula Kiwanis Club; 577
Pennsalt Chemicals Corp.; 193, 390, 576
P.E.O. Chapter A.F., Ontario; 482
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter A.D., Prineville; 571
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter B.F., The Dalles; 565
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter C.E., Newport; 571
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Milton-Freewater; 121
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Oregon State Chapter, Medford; 571, 577
P.E.O. Sisterhood, Roseburg; 55, 577
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Eugene; 564
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Klamath Falls; 657
Personnel; 52, 105, 187, 275, 372, 461, 599, 640
Petersen, A. V., Co.; 46, 97
Peyton & Co.; 657
Pfizer Laboratories; 568
Phi Beta Alumnae; 565
Phi Beta Patronesses; 113, 194, 564
Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity; 644
Philomath Education Assoc.; 571
Philomath High School Honor Society; 656
Phoenix School District #4; 55, 113
Physical education courses; 4
Physical Therapy, School of, Children's Hospital of Los Angeles; 4
Pi Beta Phi, Coos County Alumnae Club; 385
Pi Kappa Alpha Memorial Foundation; 190, 564
Pi Lambda Theta Alumnae Chapter; 379
Picker, James, Foundation; 198
Polk Miller Products Corp.; 480
Portland Academy of Medicine; 62
Portland American Legion Auxiliary; 120
Portland Art Museum; 63
Portland Cement Assoc.; 347
Portland, City of; 153, 343
Portland, City of, sale of property to; 81
Portland City Panhellenic Assoc.; 564
Portland Elks Lodge #142; 571, 650, 655
Portland General Electric Co.; 481
Portland Grade Teachers Assoc.; 569
Portland Home Economics in Education; 571
Portland Iron Works; 62
Portland Junior League; 243
Portland Metropolitan Planning Commission; 370, 379
Portland Rose Festival Assoc.; 113, 279, 285, 655
Portland Rotary Foundation; 243

PORTLAND STATE COLLEGE
:

Anthropology Major; 4
Associated Women Students; 655
Barber property condemnation, purchase; 263, 363
Budget; P1, P7, P24, P87, 154
Business Office; 638
Campus planning; 336, 617
City Planning, B.S. degree in; 85
Classroom Building South; 96
College Center Building Addition; 238, 324, 449, 612
College Center Building air conditioning; 238, 324, 612
Davis property purchase; 269
Gifts; 63, 120, 199, 290, 391, 481, 576, 655
Harder property purchase; 248
Heating survey; 449
Jaggar property purchase; 248
Library Building Addition; 45, 154, 219, 232, 321, 543
Marston property condemnation, purchase; 339, 450
Master of Science & Master of Arts degrees in Education postponed; 5
Master plan development; 336
Master's degree program; 416, 421
Old Main Building rehabilitation; 232, 322, 446
Outdoor athletic facilities; 238, 324, 612
Parking facilities; 238, 324, 612
Parking structure; 232, 319
Personnel adjustments; 53, 278, 377, 465, 561, 643
Physical Education Building; 75, 232, 318, 321
Physical Education Building Addition; 235, 327
Physical Plant Office Building alterations; 446
Physical Plant Service Building; 232, 321, 338
Physical Plant Service Building addition; 235, 327
Placement Service; 638
Pubic Health Certificate; 4, 83, 187
Registrar's Office; 638
Rogers property condemnation, purchase; 361, 555
Sale of Clifton Street property (Horenstein property) to State Highway Dept.; 248
Sanzenbacher property condemnation; 359
Science Building; 138, 263, 265, 359
Science Building Addition; 14, 92, 232, 321, 356
Social Work, Graduate School of; C113, P86, 5, 160, 361, 414
South Park Hall Addition; 235, 327
State Hall, 1st Addition; 235, 327
State Hall, 2nd Addition; 235, 327
Steam line extension; 140
Stratford, Inc., property condemnation, purchase; 265, 267, 636
Student Health Service facilities; 238, 324, 612
Summer Session budget; 618
Swimming Pool; 238, 324, 612
Television teaching program; 416
Unemployment Compensation; 638

Post-High School education; 429, 532, 625
President's Report; 29, 84, 166, 252, 346, 429, 531, 624
Presidential inaugurations; 627
Prestressed Concrete Institute; 348
Primate Center; 174
Princeton University; 646
Professional Baseball College Scholarship Plan; 564
Professional Engineers of Oregon Auxiliary; 391
Property offered for sale; 257
Public Employees Retirement Board; 244
Public Liability Insurance Reserve; P1, P87, 156
Pulp & Paper Industry; 271
Purvis Construction Co.; 181

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Quill & Stroll Foundation; 468

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Ralston Purina Co.; 476
Raymond Booster Club; 650
Rayoner, Inc.; 571
Red Bluff Union High School Community Scholarship; 564
Reese & Blachly; 607
Republic Carloading & Distributing Co., Inc.; 564
Research to Prevent Blindness, Inc.; 382
Rohm & Haas; 112, 654
R.O.T.C, compulsory, discontinued at OSU & UO; 82
Resolution approving completed preliminary planning report:

EOC Library Bldg. addition; 548
EOC Science-Math. Bldg.; 544
Medical & Dental Schools Dormitory for Women students; 633
Medical School Library Addition; 207
OCE Library Bldg. Addition; 314
OSU Old Library Bldg.; 503
PSC Science Bldg.; 139
SOC Physical Education bldg.; 312
UO Administration Bldg.; 605
UO Central Heating Plant Addition; 598
UO Humanities, Chapman & Condon Halls Addition; 603
UO Library Bldg. Addition; 546
UO Marine Biology Station; 592
UO Women's Physical Education Bldg.; 595

Resolution authorizing application for advance for final plans:

EOC Science-Mathematics Bldg.; 549
OCE Classroom, Laboratory & Office Bldg.; 551
SOC Classroom, Laboratory & Office Bldg.; 553

Resolution authorizing advance planning funds:

EOC Library Bldg. Addition; 48
Medical School Outpatient Clinic Addition; 12
OSU Administration Bldg.; 90
PSC Science Bldg. Addition; 15

Resolution authorizing filing application for Yaquina Bay Marine Sciences Laboratory, OSU; 585
Resolution re Building Bonds Series 1962, $3,900,000; 24, 69
Resolution condemning Barber property, PSC; 263
Resolution condemning Kittrell property, OSU; 39
Resolution condemning Landforce property, OSU; 452
Resolution condemning Marston property, PSC; 450
Resolution condemning Rogers property, PSC; 361
Resolution condemning Sanzenbacher property, PSC; 359
Resolution condemning Stewart & Christianson property, OSU; 37
Resolution condemning Stratford, Inc., property, PSC; 359
Resolution condemning Stuart property, UO; 17, 340
Resolution condemning Swindel property, OCE; 516
Resolution condemning Wadsworth property, OSU; 35
Resolution conveying quitclaim deed to federal govt. for Water Pollution Laboratory Building; 77
Resolution honoring A. S. Grant; 84
Resolution to State Dept. of Planning & Development for planning assistance for economic survey of Baker, Union & Wallowa countries; 367
Rexall Drug & Chemical Co.; 383
Rexall Laboratories; 382
Reynolds Teachers Assoc.; 564
Ricketts Music Store, Inc.; 565, 571
Riddle Parent Teachers Assoc.; 564
Rockefeller Foundation; 57, 113, 285, 380, 469, 564
Rogue Equipment Co.; 571
Roosevelt High School Dads Club; 481, 577
Roosevelt High School Organizations; 655
Roseburg Elks Lodge #326; 565
Roseburg High School Associated Student Body; 564
Roseburg Kiwanis Club; 292
Roseburg Public Schools; 571, 656
Roseburg Rotary Ann Club; 650
Roseburg Rotary Club; 644
Roseburg Senior High School; 571
Roseburg Zonta International; 578
Royal Esquire Club of Portland; 577
Royal Neighbor, The; 571
Ruson Laboratories; 473

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Sacajawea Hotel; 291
St. Helens Elks Lodge #1999; 570
St. Helens Kiwanis Club; 108
St. Mark's Episcopal Church; 121
Salary improvement funds for academic staff; 524
Salary scale for academic staff; 159
Salem Classroom Teachers Assoc.; 644, 656
Salem College; 166
San Marino Community Church; 121
Sandy, City of; 450
Sandy High School Mom & Dad Club; 571
Scappoose Union High School; 121, 279, 570
Science, Engineering & new Technologies, Governor's Committee on; 33, 65, 85
Scio Classroom Teachers Assoc.; 108
Scott Paper Co.; 121, 650
Sears Roebuck Foundation; 468, 476, 650
Self-liquidating projects, financing of; 22
ServiSoft Co.; 576
Sexton, Charles W., Co.; 364
Shakespearean Festival; 615
Shasta Union High School; 650
Shaw Stationery Co.; 200, 292
Shell Companies Foundation, Inc.; 571
Shell Development Co.; 112
Sherman County Historical Society; 113, 194
Sherwood High School Mom & Dad's Club; 121
Shields, W. H., Co.; 178
Shuck, E. F., Construction Co.; 357
Silverton School District #J7; 656
Simmons, Joseph E., Trust Fund; 571
Simpson Lee Paper Co.; 281, 283
Simpson Timber Co.; 283
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Architects; 80, 88, 92, 138, 140, 147, 179, 217, 306, 310, 335, 338, 404, 408, 497, 499, 543, 588, 609, 616
Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation; 197, 468
Smith, Barney & Co.; 68
Smith, Ralph L., Lumber Co.; 572, 578
Smith Welding Corp.; 292
Society National Bank of Cleveland; 572
Sons of Norway, Columbia Lodge #58; 655
Soroptimist Club of Glendale, Inc.; 385
South Eugene High School; 563, 564
South Eugene High School Parent Teachers Assoc.; 468
South Lane Education Assoc.; 572
South Santiam Education & Research Project; 57, 64, 189, 193, 199, 564, 572, 656
Southern California Freight Lines Scholarship Foundation; 644

SOUTHERN OREGON COLLEGE:

Ashland Hospital purchase; 339
Athletic facilities; 237, 323, 611, 634
Athletic Stadium & Bleachers; 240, 328, 613, 634
Britt property lease; 615
Britt Student Center Addition; 241, 329, 614, 634
Budget; P1, P9, P25, P87, 154
Building program; 634
Campus plan, long-range; 182
Cascade Hall Unit C; 448
Cascade Hall Unit D; 8, 357
Cascade Hall Unit E; 237, 323, 358, 611, 634, 635
Cascade Hall Unit F; 240, 328, 611, 634
Cascade Hall Unit G; 241, 329, 613, 634
Cascade Hall Unit H, Dining Hall; 613, 634
Cascade Hall Unit I, Dining Hall; 614, 634
Cascade Hall Unit J, Dining Hall; 614, 634
Central Heating Plant Addition; 234, 326
Classroom Building; 234, 326
Classroom, Laboratory & Office Building; 218, 230, 301, 321, 443, 553
Dining Hall for Cascade Complex; 237, 323, 611, 634
Easement to State Highway Dept. across Britt property; 184
Episcopal Church property purchase; 411
General studies program; 4
Gifts; 64, 199, 291, 578
Library Building Addition; 234, 326
Library Building Remodeling; 230, 234, 326
Physical Education Building Addition; 45, 212, 230, 311, 321, 507
Physical Plant Building; 234, 326
Physical therapy; 4
Renie property purchase; 556
Science teaching equipment; 103
Social Science Classroom Building; 218
Student Health Service Building; 505, 589
Summer Session budget; 618
Swimming pool; 237, 323, 611, 634
Unemployment Compensation; 638

Southern Oregon Conservation & Tree Farm Assoc.; 271
Southern Shasta Teachers Assoc.; 578
Southern Wasco County Parent Teachers Assoc.; 189, 572
Southwestern Oregon College; 51, 202, 487
Space Utilization objectives & standards; 221, 440, 626, 668
Specialized Service; 657
Spencer Chemical Co.; 284
Sperry & Hutchinson Co.; 469, 564, 572, 646
Squibb, E. R. & Sons; 282
Staff Employment & Compensation policies; 82, 427
Stafford, Morin & Longwood, Architects; 148
Standard Insurance Co. of Oregon; 622
Standard Oil Co. of California; 386, 476, 572
Stanfield Parent Teachers Assoc.; 113
Stanton, Boles, Maguire & Church, Architects; 5, 93, 181, 602
State Association of UO Women; 379
State Audit Account; 103
State Board of Education; 535, 565, 582, 655
State Civil Service Commission; 429, 527
State Dept. of Education; 164, 346, 392, 416, 421, 429, 532, 582, 624, 625
State Dept. of Employment; 286
State Dept. of Finance & Administration; 229, 245, 297, 330, 364, 406, 411, 443, 497, 505, 512, 527, 530, 543, 594, 597, 600, 609, 610, 625, 634
State Dept. of Forestry; 424
State Dept. of Geology & Mineral Industries; 424
State Dept. of Planning & Development; 114, 204, 367, 585
State Educational Television Committee; 625
State Emergency Board; 19, 41, 87, 88, 164, 180, 212, 242, 256, 307, 316, 446, 512, 558, 609, 638
State Highway Commission; 195
State Highway Dept.; 55, 98, 183, 184, 248
State Land Board; 424
State Police; 98
State Restoration Fund; 245, 297, 364, 512, 530
State Tax Commission; 102
State's General fund, reversion to; 622
Statesman-Journal Employees Assoc.; 469
Stauffer Chemical Co.; 279, 284
Steeck Electric co.; 357, 448
Stewart & Richardson, Architects; 89, 96, 150, 179, 213, 309
Strandholm, Laurel Ross, Educational Fund; 579
Stuart Mechanical Inc.; 448
Student Health Services Report; 623, 624, 659
Subcommittee on Post-High School Education; 625
Sullivan Committee Report; 436
Summer Sessions budget, 1963; 618
Summer Sessions Contingency Reserve, 1962; P1, P87, 156
Summer Sessions fees; 619
Summer Sessions Workshops, 1962; P1, P87, 156
Sunset High School; 481, 564
Sunset High School Dads Club; 565, 577
Supplements; 65, 123, 201, 294, 395, 484, 580, 659
Surgical Sales, Inc.; 62
Sutherlin High School; 565, 572, 645
Swede Basin Lumber Co.; 113
Sweet Home Elks Lodge #1972; 468, 565
Sweet Home Union High School; 476

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Tech-Craft, Inc.; 541
Technical education trends; 528
Tektronix Foundation; 281, 287, 292, 381, 577, 649
Tektronix, Inc.; 478, 655
Television, Educational; 535, 582, 625
Tennessee Valley Authority; 56, 112, 193, 284
Texaco, Inc.; 279, 572
The Dalles Rotary Club; 644
The Dalles Senior High School; 577, 644
The Dalles High School Parent Teachers Assoc.; 655
Third National Bank & Trust Co.; 189
Tice Electric Co.; 456
Tile Council of America, Inc.; 379, 380
Tillamook County Health Dept.; 121
Tillamook County Tuberculosis & Health Assoc.; 62, 113, 194, 199
Tillamook Kiwanis Club; 113, 285
Timber Structures, Inc.; 654
Tobacco Industry Research Committee; 382
Todd, A. M., Co.; 111, 192
Todd Building Co.; 179, 258, 448, 541
Toledo Elks Lodge #1664; 572
Tongue Point Navel Base; 348
Treasure Valley Community College; 486
Tri-Co. B League Principals & Coaches Assoc.; 482, 572
Triangle Lake Parent Teachers Assoc.; 564
Triangle Lake Teachers Assoc.; 656
Tucker, Max & Rose, Foundation; 568
Tucker, Max D., Scholarship; 113, 189, 193, 564, 572

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Umatilla Indian Reservation; 657
Uncollectible Accounts; 369
Underwood Corp.; 292
Unemployment Compensation allocations; 638
Union Junior Women's Club; 291
United Daughters of the Confederacy; 55
United Fruit Co.; 576
United Scholarship Service for American Indian Students; 290, 577
U.S. Agency for International Development; 469
U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology; 194, 285, 468
U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research; 115, 281, 380, 387, 652
U.S. Army Chemical Center; 387
U.S. Army Dept.; 109, 288, 652
U.S. Army Medical Research & Development Command; 383, 474
U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps.; 478
U.S. Army Research & Development Command; 383, 474
U.S. Army Signal Corps.; 191
U.S. Corps of Engineers; 19
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; 190, 478
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Research Service; 112, 190, 192, 284, 481
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Disease & Parasite Division; 284, 654
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Animal Husbandry Research Division; 112, 193, 481, 654
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Bureau of Land Management; 112, 389, 654
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Horticultural Crops Branch; 576
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Market Quality Research Division; 390
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service; 56, 193, 284
U.S. Dept. of Commerce Area Redevelopment Administration; 585
U.S. Dept. of Commerce Bureau of Public Roads; 573
U.S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare; 64, 122, 291, 293, 380, 392, 394, 471, 482, 577, 579, 647, 652
U.S. Dept. of Interior; 59, 110, 281, 478, 573
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Land Management; 57, 270
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Office of Indian Affairs; 120
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service; 615
U.S. Forest Service; 110, 191, 193, 284, 481
U.S. National Bank of Portland; 113, 122, 189, 193, 379, 386, 568, 570, 572, 637, 644, 648, 655, 656, 657
U.S. Navy Dept.; 55, 191, 281, 652
U.S. Office of Naval Research; 61, 117, 119, 191, 195, 471, 472, 566, 568
U.S. Office of Vocational Rehabilitation; 58, 115, 379, 382, 471, 474, 568, 646
U.S. Post Office Dept.; 508
U.S. Public Health Service; 44, 59, 60, 62, 63, 110, 115, 117, 120, 176, 191, 195, 197, 198, 199, 200, 281, 287, 288, 289, 381, 383, 388, 391, 470, 472, 474, 478, 567, 569, 573, 615, 647, 648, 649, 653, 656
U.S. Soil Conservation Service; 555
U.S. Steel Corp.; 564, 644
U.S. Weather Bureau; 191
United Student Aid Funds, Inc.; 423
University of California at Los Angeles; 195
University of Maryland; 115, 380

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON:

Addor property purchase; 518
Administration Building; 231, 269, 321, 356, 494, 604
Architecture & Allied Arts Building Addition; 235, 326
Architecture Building, expansion of drafting rooms & studios' 231
Bean, Robert Sharp, Hall; 100
Beekman property lease; 183
Bradfeldt property purchase; 617
Bright property purchase; 454
Budget; P1, P3, P23, P87, 154
Building repairs & alterations budget; 186
Bureau of Business Research; 416
Bureau of Municipal Research; 94, 103, 104, 114, 194, 195, 273, 285, 370, 379, 415, 450, 459
Campbell Hall; 144, 602
Campbell, Prince Lucien, Hall; 185, 602
Campbell, Susan, Scholarship Loan Fund; 113
Campus planning consultant & Report; 9, 272, 331
Cemetery tract purchase; 319
Central Food Service Bldg.; 237, 323, 514, 611
Chambers, Edith Kerns, Scholarship loan fund; 113
Chancellor's residence remodeling; 186
Chapman Hall; 602
Clark property purchase; 635
Classrooms, offices & research building; 235, 326
Condon Hall; 602
Condon Hall offices expansion; 231
Cooperative Bookstore rental income; 446
Deferred enrollment; 30
Denslow property purchase; 454
Dental Hygienists Alumnae Assoc.; 381
Dental School ( See Dental School)
Development Fund; 59, 381, 644
Dormitories, naming of; 99
Dormitory at Charleston; 237, 323, 611
Dormitory #4; 99
Dormitory #5; 99, 628
Dormitory #6; 50, 95, 99
Dormitory #7; 99
Dormitory #8; 144, 151, 214, 237, 323, 611
Dormitory #9; 9, 144, 151, 214, 237, 323, 611
Dormitory #10; 9, 144, 237, 323, 611
Dormitory #11; 237, 323, 611
Dormitory #12; 240, 328, 613
Dormitory #13; 240, 328, 613
Dormitory #14; 240, 328, 613
Dormitory #15; 241, 328, 329, 614
Dormitory #16; 241, 329, 614
Dormitory #17; 614
Dormitory Administration Building; 237, 323, 611
Dormitory Sites Study; 93, 144
Easement to Northwest Natural Gas Co. across Columbia Street; 273
East Wing, 1st Addition, Science Building; 175
Electrical Service Line, relocation; 151
Erb Memorial Union, air conditioning; 42
Erb Memorial Union Building, 2nd Addition; 240, 328, 613
Erb Memorial Union, U.S. Post Office in; 508
Faculty Center remodeling; 211, 369, 446
Fish property purchase; 556
Friends of the Museum; 116
Garrett property purchase; 185
General deposit increased; 20
Gerlinger, Irene H., Estate of; 113
Gifts; 57, 113, 193, 285, 379, 468, 563, 644
Golly property purchase; 555
Hamilton, James W., Hall; 99, 628
Hammock property purchase; 556
Handball Courts; 231
Health Service Building; 237, 323, 514, 611
Heating Plant Addition; 149, 230, 321, 356, 597
Hendricks & Susan Campbell Halls, sprinkler system for; 445
Hendricks Hall; 144
Hulett property purchase; 454
Humanities Building; 5, 79, 180, 185
Humanities, Chapman & Condon Hall Additions; 92, 93, 231, 321, 602
Humanities Complex, 2nd Addition; 322, 602
Institute for College Teaching; 249
Johnson Hall addition loan repayment; 272, 369
Johnson Hall basement remodeling; 445, 558
KUGN-FM, gift of; 516
KWAX Radio Station; 516
Land exchange with Lane County; 183
Land for future dormitories; 237, 210, 230, 321, 545
Library Building, 2nd Addition; 235, 326
Library Building, 3rd Addition; 235, 326
Library Building Renovation; 321
Long-range planning; 9
Low-cost student housing study; 148
Marine Biology Building; 215, 231, 321, 343, 356, 496, 590, 611
Married Student Housing; 6, 181, 237, 408, 447, 510, 611, 613, 629
McArthur Court Rehabilitation; 231
McArthur Court Renovation; 231
Medical School (See Medical School)
Men's Physical Education Building Addition; 235, 326, 358
Mothers Club, Empire; 379
Murdoch property purchase; 556
Museum of Natural History; 235, 326
Music Building Addition; 150, 231, 321, 356
Music Building 2nd Addition; 235, 326
Music Building Alterations; 231
Northwest Natural Gas Go., easement to; 273
Office of Planning & Institutional Research; 458
Paleoecology Laboratory; 149, 540
Parking & Traffic study; 608
Personnel adjustments; 52, 187, 275, 372, 461, 559, 640
Physical Education 7 Athletic Dept. Field House; 235, 326, 328, 613
Physical Plant budget; 558
Psychology Dept. Animal Quarters Expansion; 231
Recreational Unit; 237, 323, 611
Science Building 1st Addition; 175
Science Building 2nd Addition; 80, 147, 231, 272, 321, 497
Science Building 3rd Addition; 235, 321, 497
Science Building 4th Addition; 235, 326
Science Building 5th Addition; 326
Sewer & Water Line Improvement; 231
Small Business Institute; 416
Stadium site; 183, 408
Starr, Joseph K., Estate of; 113
Stuart property condemnation, purchase; 17, 340, 636
Student housing, low cost; 148
Summer Sessions budget; 618
Tennis Courts; 237, 323, 611
Theater remodeling; 231
Tingle property purchase; 617
Unemployment Compensation; 638
U.S. Post Office, Building for; 508
Urban Planning Project #Ore. P-19; 94
Urban Planning Project #Ore. P-20; 94
Urban Planning Project #Ore. P-21; 51
Urban Planning Project #Ore. P-25; 103
Urban Planning Project #Ore. P-26; 104
Urban Planning Project #Ore. P-27; 186
Urban Planning Project #Ore. P-28; 186
Urban Planning Project #Ore. P-29; 273
Urban Planning Project #Ore. P-30; 370
Urban Planning Project #Ore. P-31; 450, 459
Urban Planning Project #Ore. P-32; 637
Veterans Dormitory; 144, 558
Westmoreland Village, Stage 3; 447
Westmoreland Village, Stage 4; 6, 181, 629
Westmoreland Village, Stage 5; 408, 510
Westmoreland Village, 103 units; 237, 240, 323, 328
Westmoreland Village, 202 units; 611
White property purchase; 618
Women's Physical Education Building Addition; 92, 148, 231, 321, 495, 595
Wrench property purchase; 454

University of Richmond; 190, 650
Upjohn Co.; 193
Urban Plumbing & Heating Co.; 181, 542

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Vancouver Avenue First Baptist Church; 577
Velsicol Chemical Co.; 57
Vestal Laboratories, Inc.; 56
Veterans of Foreign Wars; 62
Vierani Family Fund for Charitable Purposes; 62, 383
Vik Construction Co.; 175, 182, 629
Volkswagen Co.; 292, 658

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Wade, R. M., Foundation; 189, 572
Warwick, Maud E., Fund for War Orphans, Inc.; 577
Washington High School Associated Students; 565, 577, 645
Wear-Ever Aluminum, Inc.; 291
Wenner-Gren Foundation; 114
West Coast Telephone Co.; 291
West Union Community Club; 572
Western Electric Co.; 189, 572
Western Electronic Manufacturers Assoc.; 189
Western Farmers Assoc.; 193
Western Forest Industries Assoc.; 270
Western Forest Industries Assoc.; 270
Western Golf Assoc.; 113, 285, 645
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education; P1, P13, P87, 156, 558
Western Management Science Institute; 195
Western Oregon Onion Growers Assoc.; 576
Western Phosphates, Inc.; 284
Western Pine Assoc.; 579
Western Rod & Reel Club; 572
Western Wood Preserving Operators Assoc.; 193
Westwood Pharmaceuticals; 650
Weyerhaueser Co.; 57, 98, 112, 193, 284, 481, 564, 572, 650
Whitehall Foundation, Inc.; 644
Willamette Valley Lumbermen's Assoc.; 270
Wilmsen, Endicott & Unthank, Architects; 9, 50, 73, 93, 95, 144, 211, 214, 333, 632
Wilson Construction Co.; 446
Wilson, Woodrow, National Fellowship Foundation; 57
Windstorm damage; 530
Wi-Ne-Ma Hotel; 657
Witt & Englund, Architects; 338
Wolff & Zimmer, Architects; 75, 92, 209, 220, 269, 303, 313, 318, 403, 494, 504, 547, 604
Woman's Benefit Assoc. of Port Huron, Mich.; 119, 476, 482
Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church; 577
Woman of Rotary; 474
Women's Architectural League of Oregon; 379
Women's Auxiliary to Jackson County Medical Society; 568
Wood, use of in buildings; 243, 345
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base; 57, 194
Wy'East High School Future Teachers of America; 656
Wy'East Parent Teachers Assoc.; 650, 655
Wy'East High School Yasui Memorial Fund; 577

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Yakima Indian Nation; 190, 391
Yokohama Armed Forces Officers Wives Club; 650
Yoncalla American Legion Auxiliary Unit; 174, 113
Yoncalla Lions Club; 564, 572
Yoncalla Parent Teachers Assoc.; 645
Youel, W. E., Construction Co.; 358

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