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( _ December 16 Holiday payroll due (details this issue). y
December 18 LSO Christmas Luncheon (details this issue). A
December 18 Library Faculty Meeting, 8:30 a.m. in the
Gallery.
i December 24—January 3 Chirstmas Holiday.
HOLIDAY PAYROLL SCHEDULE A
' Times sheets for the pay period December 12th through December 25th
will be due in the Director's Office by noon one Wednesday, December
l6th. Pay checks for the biweekly and the monthly staff will be
available after 10:30 a.m. on December 24th.
FACULTY MEETING
·— The next faculty meeting will be on December 18th at 8:30 a.m.
T Peter Fitzgerald has been invited but has not yet accepted. Also on the
agenda will be promotion/tenure discussions as the files must be in the
Vice—President's office by January 15th.
PLEASE NOTE: The next Green Bean will be issued on Friday, January 8th.
Any items submitted for this Green Bean must be in the Director's Office
no later than 10 a.m. on Tuesday, January Sth. Emergency items can be
submitted to the editor by phone after the deadline. Have a Merry
~ Christmas.
A Contributors: Toni Powell (editor), Gail Kennedy, Jean Robinson, Karl ,U
Boewe, Vivian Hall, Mike Lach, Paul Willis, Pat Lloyd, Judy Fugate, and V
Faith Harders.
 
PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THE MARGARET I. KING LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON, KY. 40506

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OCLC ACQUISITIONS SUBSYSTEM
On November ll and l2 Gail Kennedy attended a workshop on the OCLC
Acquisitions Subsystem held at SOLINET Offices in Atlanta. The workshop
provided hands-on experience with the subsystem, which includes both
ordering and fund accounting. ‘
` The Acquisitions Department will be learning how to use the
‘ Acquisitions Subsystem in the next several weeks and will begin testing _,
the system in the near future. Full—scale transition from BATAB to OCLC
for Acquisitions would not occur until July 1982, at the earliest.
Acquisitions staff will give demonstrations of the OCLC Acquisitions
Subsystem in the next few months and also provide training sessions for
other campus libraries who are interested. Training sessions for other
libraries in Kentucky may also be offered next year. All of these will
be announced in the GREEN BEAN.
LSO CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON
This year's Christmas luncheon on Friday, December 18, 1981
promises to be a most festive event. If you missed the sign—up lists
for food but would like to attend, please check with Alan Schaplowsky
(7-3811) and let him know what kind of dish you are planning to bring.
A dish should serve around eight people. Non—LSO members are asked to
contribute one dollar (in addition to the _dish); please pay your
departmental LSO representative. And please remember to bring along a
serving spoon. -
Anyone wishing to participate in the exchanging of gifts, please
bring a wrapped present. This can be a gag, a white elephant, or
something nice--but should not disappoint the receiver. The project is
based on the principle "bring one — get one."
LSO is again collecting toys for needy children to be distibuted by
the local Fire Department. Any appropriate gift is welcome; please mark
it according to age group and sex, if necessary. The presents will be
collected at the Luncheon.
CHANGES IN LIBRARY HOURS .
EXTENDED LIBRARY HOURS — KING LIBRARY
December 9th and 10th (Wednesday and Thrusday) — 8 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Aids Room and Reserve.
. December llth and 12th (Friday and Saturday) - regular hours.
December 13th - 17th (Sunday - Thrusday) - 8 a.m. to 2 a.m. Aids Room
and Reserve.
The AGRICULTURE LIBRARY and the LAW LIBRARY will close at noon on
. December 24th. _
BRANCH LIBRARIES
EXTENDED HOURS
CHEMISTRY—PHYSICS LIBRARY
Saturday, December l2th — 9 a.m. to S p.m.
Sunday, December l3th - 2 p.m. to midnight.
MUSIC LIBRARY
Saturday, December 12th - 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, December 13th - 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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CLOSINGS ` ·
The GEOLOGY LIBRARY will be closed January 8th for exterminating. _
The MUSIC LIBRARY will be closed January 4th and 5th to work on
.~/‘ special projects.
LSO THANKSGIVING
Thanks again to the staff for the wonderful Thanksgiving donations
for Paul and Betty Ritchey. They are very handicapped but such
wonderful people. They gave us a lift just talking with them but you
gave them the financial lift they truly needed.
We were given $32.25i in money which we spent for turkey, milk,
potatoes, etc. There was a large quantity of canned food and staples
which will last for some time.
This will not only give them a wonderful Thanksgiving, but also
i help through Christmas.
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Congratulations to Gail Kennedy on her recent appointment as Chair
of the Kentucky Network Task Force.
CHANGE IN COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENT
Patty Hornback is the ACTS representative to the Bibliographic
Control Committee and not Cathy Hays as previously announced.
PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES `
ASSISTANT DOCUMENTS LIBRARIAN. University of Virginia. Salary $14,000
minimum. Deadline: January 15, 1982.
COOPERATIVE LIBRARY SYSTEM COORDINATOR. County of Los Angeles. Salary
$2240 - $2781 (monthly?). Deadline: December 15, 1981.
PERSONNEL SERVICES OFFICER. University of Michigan Library. Salary
$22,900 minimum. Deadline: February 15, 1982.
REFERENCE LIBRARIAN. Yale University Library. Salary $15,500 minimum.
Deadline: January 30, 1982.
ASSISTANT UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN. University of California, Santa
Barbara. Salary $29,400 - $46,000. Deadline: March 1, 1982.
HEAD, PHARMACY LIBRARY AND LEARNING CENTER. University of Connecticut
C Library. Salary $15,000 - $19,000. Deadline: January 15, 1982.
· INSTRUCTOR/ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF LIBRARY SCIENCE. University of
Alaska-Fairbanks. Salary - none given. Deadline: December 28, 1981 or _
until filled after that date. ·y
ASSOCIATE LIBRARIAN, CHEMICAL SCIENCES. State University of New York at ‘
Buffalo. Salary $24,000 minimum. Deadline: none given.