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1-17-86 I N6. 471  
CALENDAR _ i
January 15 · Martin Luther King, Jr.'s · “
Birthday
January 20 Martin Luther King, Jr.'s
- Birthday (observed)
January 24 Faculty Meeting »
January 29 Dean`s Forum: "A stroll through  
» the pathways of viral
I replication: the negative l
I stranded way of life." Presented A
by Judith A. Lesnaw, Associate
Professor of Biology. 12 noon,
Gallery.  
Next Green Bean issue: Friday, January 31, 1986.
Deadline for inclusion: Friday, January 24, 1986. ~
Production Staff: Editor, Kerry Kresse; Typist, Scott Lutz; 7
Printer, Cecil Madison.
PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THE MARGARET I. KING LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY LEXINGTON KY. 40506-0039

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_ FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK 4
Happy New Year!
I know we`re a week late with the Green Bean. I had intended
to publish one last week, but I was overly optimistic when I set `
the last deadline. _
At the end of this issue is a memo from ACTS, and a survey.
All ACTS members are requested to take a few moments to read the
memo and fill out the questionnaire. Thanks! ’
-Kerry Kresse i
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
This year marks the first national observance of the birthday 1
of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The University of Kentucky
presented a series of commemorative programs for this event,  
including a program in the Gallery by Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth, a p
founder and present Board Member of the Southern Christian ·
Leadership Conference (S.C.L.C.) and a close associate of Dr. i
King. (They all happened before press time of the Green Bean.
Sorry.) For more information call 257-1991. I
WORDSTAR 2000
A recent article in Library Software Review (Sept./Oct. 1985,
p. 338-342) reviews Wordstar 2000, and is written by Toni Powell r
of the Agriculture Library. The gist of Toni's review--"I cannot
recommend wordstar 2000 for the novice unless you have strong
vendor support...wordstar 2000 is an excellent program, but it is
a shame that Micro Pro (the manufacturer) does not seem to want
to invest in its customer support services. This is the biggest
drawback to using the wordstar 2000 program."
ADIEU! ‘
The M.I. King Library Staff says good luck and goodbye to the
following people:
Hank Harken, Reference
Sara Farley, CSR
Barbie Prior, Circulation `
STAFF TRANSFERS
Gracie Hale, Agriculture Library to Special Collections

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MADELEINE L'ENGLE COMES TO LEXINGTON A
Madeleine L'Eng1e is a noted children`s writer and author of
more than forty works, including the Newbery Medal winner, A
Wrinkle in Time. She will speak at a UK sponsored conference
"Story: A Vehicle for Hope" to be held at the Lexington Marriot
Resort Hotel on February 7-8, 1986. From the brochure: "Hope
can be defined as a sense of optimism which gives a person power
to move forward in life with openness and confidence, to take
risks, and to do what must be done. Hope is easily squelched in
the small child, who too often moves from the bright confidence ‘
of early being to wistful dreaming, and then to helpless
discouragement. L'Engles' books have been especially helpful for
vulnerable children coping with a hostile environment, a baffling
universe and a sense of hopelessness." Registration deadline is
January 29, 1986, and registration fees (including lunch) are $28 J
per day, both days for $45. For more information contact the
Library School at 257-3317.
OCCASIONAL PAPERS
"The Collection of the Works of John Milton and Miltonia in
the Margaret I. King Library, University of Kentucky" is the ,
latest offering by the UK Libraries Occasional Papers. It is 1
compiled by John T. Shawcross, an internationally known Milton 1
scholar. The 413 page work has a few photos. The cost is $15 1
and should be ordered through the Administrative Services
Department of the M.I. King Library. I
CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY 1
The next concert sponsored by the Chamber Music Society is
the Joachim String Quartet. The concert is Sunday, February 16,
1986 at 8:00 pm in the Center for the Arts Recital Hall. Tickets
are $7.00. For more information contact 257-3145. L
GROLIER CLUB  
The Grolier Club, a society whose membership are interested
in books and bookmaking, have elected Jim Birchfield, Collection  
Development to their membership. The Grolier Club also included
the late W. Hugh Peal.
BROWN BAG APETIT V i
The following College of Humanities seminars are held in Room
MN-363 of the Medical Center from 12:00-12:50 pm. Everyone is
welcome.

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Monday, January 27 Madame Bovary. Panel: Philip
Duncan, French; Daniel Nahum,
Psychiatry; Jo Anne Randall,
Psychology.
Monday, February 3 The Enlightenment Arrives in
_ Yonville (1840). Panel: Donald
‘ Nugent, History; Robert Snell,
French; Larry J. Swingle,
English. (
CARNAHAN CONFERENCES
January 23, 1986 Dr. William C. Parker, UK Vice
9:00 am - 3:30 pm Chancellor for Minority Affairs, _
$40 (includes lunch) will speak on motivating
employees, change in the I
workplace, leadership, and staff Q
development. [
February 4, 1986 This conference will provide an {
8:30 am- 3:30 pm overview of the educational, $40
(includes lunch) personal management and I
entertainment values of personal 1
computers. The brochure promises A
that speakers will define all
computer terminology and will V
"talk in language you can
understand."
February 27, 1986 Speakers from the Attorney J
10:00 am - 5:00 pm General's Office and the
$40 (includes lunch) Administrative Office of the
Court will familiarize the Q
attendees with the small claims
court system. This conference is I
part of a nationwide program. 1
All conferences will be held at the Carnahan Conference Center,
1701 Newton Pike. For more information call 254-1060.
JOB OPENINGS IN THE LIBRARY .
Chemistry/Physics LT IV, grade 8
Agriculture Library LT III, grade 7
Circulation LT III, grade 6
Acquisitions LT VI, grade 10

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a JOB NOTICES
ALABAMA
Reference Librarian. University of Alabama. Salary: $19,000-
$20,000. Deadline: January 31, 1986.
ARIZONA
Head Catalog Librarian. University of Arizona. Salary: minimum
$31,000. Deadline: February 28, 1986.
CALIFORNIA
Bibliographic Services Department Head. California State
_ University, Chico. Salary: $34,493 — $41,619. Deadline:
January 31, 1986.
Acquisition/Collection Management Department Head. California
State University, Chico. Salary: $34,493 — 41,619. Deadline:
Februay 21, 1986.
Associate Librarian, Science and Engineering Library. University
of California, San Diego. Salary: $27,948 - $40,248. Deadline:
January 24, 1986.
Assistant or Associate Librarian, Information Service/Science and
Engineering Library. University of California, San Diego.
_ Salary: $22,872 - $40,248. Deadline: March 14, 1986.
Senior Cataloger/Latin America Bibliographer. University of
California, Riverside. Salary: $25,176 — $29,256. Deadline:
March l, 1986.
Head of Acquisitions Department. University of California,
Riverside. Salary: $27,948 - $35,076. Deadline: March l,
1986.
Head of Geology/Geophysics Library. University of California,
Los Angeles. Salary: $22,872 — $37,572. Deadline: February 1,
1986.
DELAWARE
Personnel Officer. University of Delaware. Salary: variable.
Deadline: February 17, 1986.
Data Base Maintenance Coordinator. University of Delaware. E
Salary: $19,000 minimum. Deadline: January 31, 1986.

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Acquisitions Librarian for Social Sciences. University of 8
Florida. Salary: $18,099 - $26,509. Deadline: February 5,
1986.
HAWAII
i Fellow in Library/Information Resources. University of Hawaii at
‘ Manoa. Salary: variable. Deadline: January 30, 1986.
ILLINOIS
Assistant Director of Library Services. Southern Illinois
University of Carbondale. Salary: minimum $33,000. Deadline:
March 1, 1986.
INDIANA Q
Physics and Geosciences Librarian. Purdue University. Salary:
minimum $20,000. Deadline: February 28, 1986.
Head of Cataloging. Purdue University. Salary: minimum
$24,000. Deadline: February 28, 1986.
Head of Acquisitions. Purdue University. Salary: minimum
$23,000. Deadline: February 28, 1986.
IOWA j
University Librarian. University of Iowa. Salary: variable.
Deadline: September l, 1986.
KENTUCKY l
Executive Director. Kentucky Library Network, Inc. Salary:  
$37,500. Deadline: February 4, 1986. I
Library Technician. Kentucky Historical Society. Salary: l
$11,525. Deadline: none given.
h MARYLAND
Head of Circulation and Control. National Institute of Health. j
Salary: minimum $37,599. Deadline: February 18, 1986. 1
Head of Preservation Section. National Institute of Health.  
Salary: minimum $37,599. Deadline: February 28, 1986. §
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Q Head of LC Cataloging. Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
g Salary: $18,000 - $25,000. Deadline: none given.
§ NEVADA V
i Assistant Government Publications Librarian. University of
Q Nevada at Reno. Salary: $20,760 - $30,840. Deadline: April 1,
g 1986.  
§ Information Specialist for Engineering. University of Nevada at
g Reno. Salary: $24,000 - $32,000. Deadline: April 1, 1986.
V NEW JERSEY ~
{ :
Q Physical Sciences Resource Librarian. Rutgers University. Y
S Salary: minimum $25,907. Deadline: March 15, 1986. l
[ · onio
1 Dean, School of Library Science. Kent State University. Salary:
variable. Deadline: February 1, 1986.
OKLAHOMA i
Government Documents Reference Librarian. University of
Oklahoma. Salary: minimum $17,000. Deadline: none given.
OREGON
Documents Librarian. University of Oregon. Salary: $18,000.
Deadline: March 31, 1986.
PENNSYLVANIA
Dean, School of Library and Information Sciences. Salary:
variable. Deadline: January 31, 1986.
RHODE ISLAND
Curator of the East Asian Collection. Brown University. Salary:
$23,067 — $28,750. Deadline: January 31, 1986.
SOUTH CAROLINA
Reference Librarian. Clemson University. Salary: minimum
$19,000. Deadline: July 19, 1986.

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TEXAS
I Resource Development Librarian. Texas A&M University. Salary:
minimum $17,500. Deadline: January 29, 1986.
Reference Librarian. Texas A&M University. Salary: minimum
$18,500. Deadline: January 29, 1986.
WASHINGTON
Reference Librarian. washington State University. Salary: 5
variable. Deadline: April 15, 1986. ‘
Head, Automated Cataloging Section. University of washington.
Salary: minimum $23,000. Deadline: January 31, 1986.
CANADA
Associate Librarian. University of Toronto. Salary: variable.
Deadline: February 21, 1986.