xt7prr1phj62 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7prr1phj62/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky University of Kentucky. Libraries 19770107 The title, The Green Bean, was not used until December 14, 1973. During 1992-1993 some issues were sent via email with the title: Green Screen.
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1/7/77   NO. 160
7 January - Library Faculty meeting - 8:30 AM, Gallery.
13 January - Fred J. Glazer, Director of West Virginia Library Com-
mission, in a program presented by the Professional
Activities and Staff Development Committee — 1-4 PM,
Student Union President's Room (see note). ¤
14 January — Administrative Council meeting — 8:30-9:30 AM, Gallery.
Music in the Gallery: Rumpelstiltskin: an opera
preview conducted by Phyllis Jenness — Noon (see note).
Current exhibits: King South Lobby - "Storefront Studio" (serigraphs——
through 26 January) - Gallery — "A Christmas Misce1lany" (through
I 31 January).
Contributors to this number: Cliff Black, David Farrell (Editor),
Norma Jean Gibson, Faith Harders, Kay Saillard, Ann Short.

PASD presents program for UK Librarians:
The first program of the Professional Activities and Staff Devel-
opment (PASD) Committee will concern the use of public relations
in the academic library. It will be held on Thursday, 13 January
from l p.m. to 4 p.m. in the President's Room of the Student Center
and will feature Mr. Fred J. Glazer, Director of the West Virginia
Library Commission.
Mr. Glazer, a former adman and now an enthusiastic library publi-
cizer, has much information that he will share with us on the
subject. After he has spoken, we will divide up into groups to
discuss specific ways that we can implement public relations in
our library. A reception for Mr. Glazer will follow the program.
All interested library staff members are invited to attend and
bring their PR ideas with them.
Music in the Gallery — Spring recital series:
4 A preview of the contemporary opera Rumpelstiltskin will be the
first in a series of spring recitals scheduled for the Gallery,
Department of Special Collections, King Library North. The
series, which began last October, is sponsored jointly by the
School of Music and the University of Kentucky Libraries.
The preview of Rumpelstiltskin, which premiers later in the month
at the Lexington Opera House, will be conducted in the Gallery
at noon on Friday, l4 January 1977, by Phyllis Jenness. Ms.
Jenness is on the faculty of the School of Music and is in charge
of musical preparation for the opera. In addition to selections
from the opera performed by several soloists and ensembles, Ms.
Jenness will discuss the story and production of the opera.
The Music in the Gallery series is presented at noon on selected
Fridays throughout the semester and is free and open to the public.
MRAP update:
The MRAP Implementation Committee has been looking at the overall
organization of the library and will now begin to meet with various
planning committees and the library administration to discuss their
Serigraphy in South Lobby:
Fourteen silk—screen prints make up this fine exhibit of
professional and "student" art work. This suite of prints is
the result of the Louisville School of Art's experimental summer
project called the "Storefront Studio." Four Louisville—area
high school students worked under the guidance of professional
printmaker Garry Kaulitz of the Louisville School of Art faculty.
The exhibit will be on display through 26 January.

A recent acquisition of note is the Biographical dictionary of the
federal judiciary, compiled by Harold Chase (and others), (Ref.:
347.73l4:B5205c).Covers federal judges from 1789-1974; biographical
section based on material from Who's Who in America and Who Was Who
in America. Detroit: Gale Research Co, (1976).
This publication claims to be for the use of scholars, lawyers,
historians, journalists and students. The compilers have included
only those judges with lifetime tenure and there is an introductory
essay titled "Perspectives on biographical data on the federal
The Appendix is a list of Judges arranged according to the appointing
Job Openings:
LT III AQ¥iQ¤ItUf€ Regular Hourly (Temp.) ILL
LT I ACqUlSltl0¤5 Account Clerk 18 Admin. Services
LT III Education
Clerk Typist 14 Special Collections (part-time)
If interested, please see Faith Harders.
Librarian — Latin American Collection. University of Florida Libraries;
Gainesville, Florida. Application deadline February 28, 1977. Salary
Associate Librarian. University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
Salary: $l0,204—$14,704.
Head of Reference. University of Houston Libraries. Salary: $1,250+/
Engineering Librarian. University of Houston Libraries. Position
available immediately. Salary: $890 - $1,300/month.
Lilly Librarian. Indiana University Libraries. Available July 1,
1977. Application deadline February 15, 1977. Salary depending on
Director, New England Library Information Network. New England
Board of Higher Education; Wellesley, Massachusetts. Available
February 1, 1977. Application deadline January 31, 1977. Salary
depending on qualifications.
Cataloger, Slavic Language Materials. The University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill. Available February 1, 1977. Application
deadline January 15, 1977. Salary: $10,500+.

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Head of Acquisitions. University of Pennsylvania Libraries;
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Available March, 1977. Application
deadline January l5, 1977. Salary: $13,000 — $22,100.
Veterinary School Librarian. University of Pennsylvania Libraries;
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Available March, 1977. Application _
deadline January 15, l977. Salary: $12,500 — $19,200.