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31 May - Memorial Holiday — G R E E N
Libraries closed. `
2 June - Branch libraries' area
meeting - 8:30 AM -
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4 June _ Faculty meeting _ 8:30 David Farrell, Editor Ext.886ll
AM — Gallery.
8, 9 June ~ Staff Development program - 9:15 AM — Geology Library
(see note).
10 June - Repeat of above - 1:30 PM.
Ave Atque Vale:
Over 200 guests, not including staff members, attended the rc~
ception held in the Special Collections Department on May 21st,
for six retiring library staff members. The retirees: Hunter
Adams, Jacqueline Bull, Carolyn Hammer, Kate Irvine, Lucille
Keating and Mary Ada Sullivan, were honored by fellow staff
members, faculty members, friends and relatives, some of whom
travelled from Texas, Indiana, and Ohio, as well as from cities
in Kentucky. Among the guests were Dr. Stuart Forth, former
director of M.I. King Libraries, now living in Pennsylvania,
and Mrs. Forth, Dr. Cochran, Vice President for Academic Affairs,
musician and composer John Jacob Niles, and Mrs. Niles, and
many faculty members from various disciplines.
In honor of the retirees, the Staff Organization presented the
Library with a four volume set of the 1834 William Sotheby
» translation of Homer‘s Iliad and Odyssey, illustrated by Flaxman.
A special book plate, printed By Sallie Ruff of the King Library
Press lists the names of the six retirees honored. The set _
will be housed in Special Collections.
Guests were treated to music by Jim Shaeffer, who performed
several contemporary and classical works for the harp, and a
trio consisting of Adelle Dailey, Jean Graef, and Charles
Timberlake, who performed works for the recorder. Souvenir
book marks, specially designed by Carolyn Hammer and hand-
colored by Evelyn Elder and Mildred Stanley, were provided.
Flowers for the buffet table were arranged by Evelyn Evans and
Dean Trivette. Other decorative arrangements were provided by
Virgil Henderson of the maintenance staff and Dr. Holman
Hamilton, retired history professor.
The Library Staff Organization wishes to extend special thanks
to Rhoda Channing, Jean Robinson, and all the members of the
Social Committee and Staff Room Committee, as well as the non-
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Trudi Bellardo addresses ASIS meeting:
Trudi Bellardo (Data Services) and Dr. Katherine Cveljo (College
’ of Library Science) delivered a paper entitled "On-line Retro-
spective Searching as a Method in Teaching Information Sources,
Services, and Research in Business and Management" at the Sth
Mid-Year Meeting of the American Society for Information
Science. "Information Interaction" was the theme of the 20-22
May meeting in Nashville, Tennessee. Some technical sessions
that proved interesting were "Use of Data Bases in Combination,"
"Interface and Information Transfer," and "Sociocultural Aspects
of Information Interaction." A visit to the Grand Ole Opry
provided a refreshing change of pace and a different sort of
"information interaction."
Ellen Baxter, Mary Evelyn Minter, Rhoda Channing, and Jessie
Adams are going to Denver for the national conference of the
Special Libraries Association 6-10 June. Trudi Bellardo will
be attending the "On-line Workshop" sponsored by the Graduate
School of Library and Information Science at the University
of Illinois 1-4 June. A
Kentucky's Department of Library and Archives is holding an open
house for its Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped on
Friday, 4 June, from ll:30 AM to 3:00 PM.
The Office of Continuing Education is repeating its popular course
in "Rational Self-Counseling" for the benefit of the University
community. Classes meet Thursday nights for 15 weeks beginning
3 June. Mary Greene at the Center for Rational Behavior Training
at the Medical Center has additional details.
June Staff Development Program:
The June program for the U.K. Libraries Staff Development Series
will be given by Vivian Hall in the Geology Library. There will
be a tour of the library, with emphasis on the Caramates, an
audio-visual individualized instruction package on the use of
the library and geology materials. i
There will be three sessions--Tuesday, June 8 at 9:15 a.m.;
Wednesday, June 9 at 9:15 a.m. and Thursday, June 10 at 1:30 p.m.
I would appreciate it if each department/unit head would let
me know by Friday, June 4 how many people from his/her unit
will be attending each session. _
Faith Harders

Special Collections:
J DaV1d Farrell transfers this week to Special Collections. In
August he will become Curator of Book & Map Collections with
responsibility for the King Library Press, The Library Asso-
ciates, and the Gallery exhibits.
The Libraries' now subscribe to The Academic Journal, a monthly
magazine devoted exclusively to the employment of professional
educators in schools and colleges. It lists job openings for
administrators, librarians and teachers in the US, Canada, and
Technician openings at MIK:
LT I Circulation (2 part time people needed). If interested,
please see Faith Harders.
Travel Requests:
All travel requests need to be in to the Director’s Office by
June 4. Please note that 2 summer ALA meetings fall in the
1976/77 fiscal year.
Assistant Librarian. New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology.
Monographic Cataloger. North Carolina State at Raleigh. l July 76.

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