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[.UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY LIBRARIES' NEWSLETTER N _
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June l _ Fire alarm test King North and South. No
’ . need to exit the building.
June A "Coppelia" (details page 2). ‘
June 7-lh U.K. Summer Sounds (schedule page 2). '
June 8 Training at UK (details page 2). _
June ll LSO Picnic (details page 1). ( i
PLEASE NOTE: The next Green Bean will·be issued on Friday, June ll. _
Any items submitted for this Green Bean must be in the Director's Office ‘
no later than l0 a.m. on Tuesday, June 8th. Emergency items can be
submitted to the editor by phone after the deadline.
Contributors: Toni Powell (editor), Paul Willis, and Faith Harders.

 
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· LSO PICNIC
` I The LSO picnic will be held June llth at Spindletop. LS0 will
provide beer and soft drinks, chips, condiments, bread, rolls, crackers,
paper plates, [napkins and eating utensils. LSO members need only to
bring a dish, and this will admit their guests. Non-members must pay _
$l.OO and an additional .50 for each guest, plus bring a dish. ·
COMMITTEE REPORTS ` _
STAFF DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE - Karen Croneis, Joan Gatewood, Vivian
Hall, Cathy Hunt, Mildred Moore, Edna Pray, Ann Ricker, Paul Thompson,
and Barbara Galik, Chair.
The Staff Development Committee sponsored five diversified programs
during the year: Robert Trumbo on staff benefits, free blood pressure
check, GTE representative on telecommunications in the future,
"Libraries in Lexington“, exhibit in the lobby of King South ·
commemorating National Library Week along with a media presentation, and
a panel on continuing eduction at U.K. The committee worked hard and
_ passed along some ideas to next year's committee.
PRESERVATION COMMITTEE — Jessie Adams, Karl Boewe, Anne Campbell,
Norma Jean Gibson, Larry Greenwood, Cheryl Jones, Florence Jones,
Frances Kelley, Ebba Jo Sexton, Emily Smith, Janis Trebby, Chair.
The Preservation Committee studied and discussed George Cunha's
report along with the Director's recommendations and were in general
agreement with most of the report. The Committee took exception with
the general impression of the housekeeping in King South and recommended _
that steps be taken to improve the situation. The committee also
recommended that alternatives to flourescent lighting be found for some
areas. Specific recommendations were made on each point in the Cunha
Report. `
PROMOTION/TENURE COMMITTEE - Bernie Baldini, Bill Cooper, Tari Keller,
Gail Kennedy, Vivian MacQuown, and Ellen Baxter, Chair.
Five people were considered for promotion, six for
promotion/tenure, and ten for contract renewals. The Committee
summarized its deliberations on each candidate and amended the
Organization Procedures document to conform to the current operation of
the committee. The changes were adopted by the faculty at. the April _
26th meeting.
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CONTROL COMMITTEE - Lynne Barnett, John Bryant, Bess
Clotfelter, Phil Dare, Brad Grissom, Patty Hornback, Alan Schaplowsky, ·
Terry Warth, Gerry Webb, Mary Welch, and Tari Keller, Chair. V
The Bibliographic Control Committee surveyed the library system for
materials not cataloged on-line. Recommendations were made on specific

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collections based on the discussions with the librarians working with·
those collections. A compilation was made of the collections not
. represented in the Union Catalog in King Library to be used as a tool in
giving reference service. The report includes a detailed description of
the collections along with recommendations on the collections to be -
cataloged.
KING LIBRARY FEATURED
The lovely photo on the cover of the May issue of CHOICE is of none ‘
other than our own King Library South. The photograph was taken by
Kenneth W. Goad.
UK CENTEL FOR THE ARTS _ U
June A — "Coppelia" (Student production) School of Classical Ballet.
8 p.m. Recital Hall.
Summer Sounds
June 7 — Ramon Ricker, Jazz Saxophone. 8 p.m. Concert Hall. $5
adults; $3 student and senior citizens.
June 9 ~ Faculty recital. 8 p.m. Recital Hall. Free.
June 11 — High School Jazz Ensemble. 8 p.m. Recital Hall. Free
June IA - Paul Sperry, Tenor. 8 p.m. Recital Hall. $5 adults; $3
students and senior citizens.
SUMMER SOLUTIONS
University Extension is offering a summer school program for junior
high students in archaeology, journalism, architecture, and computer
science. The registration fee is $200.00 per course (covers all costs).
For more information call 257-329A.
TRAINING AT UK
June 8 — Decision Making and Problem Solving. Designed for
supervisory management, this training program analyzes the basic
concepts of decision making and problem solving, and seeks to improve.
the process. Each participant will develop a practical and personal
action plan to implement their new decision making/problem solving
skills. Enrollment is limited to one person per department with a
maximum enrollment of 25. To enroll call the Human Resource Development
Office, 7-1851.
PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
HEAD, FISHERIES—0CEANOGRAPHY LIBRARY, University of Washington
Libraries. Salary $19,000 minimum. Deadline: July 23, 1982. ‘
ENGINEERING REFERENCE LIBRARIAN, University of Cincinnati Libraries.
Salary $13,200 - $15,A0O. Deadline: July 31, 1982.
ASSISTANT HEAD, CATALOGING DEPARTMENT AND HEAD, CATALOGING AND
CLASSIFICATION UNIT (search reopened), University of Cincinnati `
Libraries. Salary $15,AOO minimum. Deadline: July 31, 1982. ,
SERIALS LIBRARIAN, University of Arizona. Salary $Is,s00 minimum. -
Deadline: June 1, 1982. -
CENTRAL REFERENCE LIBRARIAN, University— of Arizona. Salary $15,000
minimum. Deadline: June 15, 1982.

 HEAD, CIRCULAT|0N‘ DEPARTMENT, University of Georgia Libraries. Salary
$19,000 minimum. Deadline: June 11, 1982.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT, University of Georgia
Libraries. Salary $25,000 minimum. Deadline: June 7, 1982.
REFERENCE LIBRARIAN, University of Georgia Libraries. Salary $1h,200-
minimum. Deadline: June A, 1982. ` E . -
» REFERENCE LIBRARIAN FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, New University Libraries.] ,
Salary $18,000 minimum. Deadline: June 30, 1982. · . ·
SCIENCE BIBLIOGRAPHER, University of Virginia Library. $17,000 minimum. I
Deadline: July 1, 1982.
HEAD CIRCULATION LIBRARIAN, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical
State University. Salary $16,000 minimum. Deadline: May 30, 1982.
ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN, CATALOG DEPARTMENT, Legal Information Center,
Holland Law Center, University of Florida. Salary $12,500 — $17,000.
Deadline: June 30, 1982.
HEAD, SCHOOL OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE LIBRARY, Louisiana State
University. Salary $15,AOO minimum. Deadline: not given.
ASSISTANT T0 THE DIRECTOR FOR AUTOMATION AND SYSTEMS, Louisiana State
University. Salary $15,AOO minimum. Deadline: not given.
CATALOGER, Louisiana State University. Salary $12,000 minimum.
Deadline: not given.
REFERENCE SPECIALIST/DATABASE SEARCHER, Louisana State- University.
Salary dependent upon qualifications. Deadline: June 30, 1982.
CATALOGER (ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN RANK), Louisiana State University.
Salary $15,hOO minimum. Deadline: applications received before June
30th given preference. A
INSTRUCTOR AND MONOGRAPHIC CATALOGER, Iowa State University. Salary
$15,500 minimum. Deadline: July 1, 1982.
ASSOCIATE LIBRARIAN I/TECHNICAL SERVICES STAFF LIBRARIAN, University of
Maryland Libraries. Salary $13,500 minimum. Deadline: June A, 1982.
ASSISTANT REFERENCE LIBRARIAN, ENGINEERING LIBRARY, Stanford University _
Libraries. Salary range $20,0AO - $27,000. Deadline: July 1, 1982. ‘
CHIEF, ACCESS SERVICES DEPARTMENT, Stanford University. Libraries. l I
Salary range $2A,000 — $37,000. Deadline: August 1, 1982. ,
VISITING AFFILIATE LIBRARIAN, ARCHIVIST/CURATOR, Indiana University
Northwest Library. Salary $13,000 minimum. Deadline: June 7, 1982. ·

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