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Exhibits: King South: Ibsen continues
Engineering Library: Einstein's Centennial continues
Contributors: David Farrell, Paul Willis, Colleen Holmes, Rebekah I
Harleston (editor), Janet Stith, Faith Harders '

The Library Under Scrutiny
The University Senate Library Community and the Library Administration
are interested in the present perceptions of the Library System, and
suggested inprovements in its services. The two are conducting a
survey among the faculty, and responses to the questions will be
considered in the future planning for use of resources.
Music in the Gallery
Dan Brock, tenor and guitarist, will perform a program of Irish songs
on Friday, March 23, 1979 at 12:00 P.M. at the King Library North.
Assisting Mr. Brock will be Nancy Senff, piano, Ned Ferrar, violin
and Rodney Ferrar, cello. The program will consist of Irish folksongs
accompanied by guitar as well as settings of Irish folksongs by
I Beethoven and Benjamin Britten. _
Library Associates Annual Dinner
The University of Kentucky Library Associates will hold their annual
dinner meeting on Tuesday, March 27, 1979, at 6:15 pm at Spindletop
Hall, Lexington, The guest speaker will be Donald Hall, a prominent
poet and editor. Mr. Hall will be introduced by Wendell Berry. Dinner
reservations ($10 each by telephone (606-258-2651) or mail (c/o Special
Collections, University of Kentucky Libraries, Lexington 40506); dead-
line is Friday, March 23.
Mr. Hall is an alumnus of Harvard and Ox&mxiUniversities. His most
recent books are Remembering Poets (1978) and Kicking the Leaves (1978).
The first contains Hall's account of personal encounters with T.S.
Eliot, Robert Frost, Ezra Pound, and Dylan Thomas. The second are poems,
many of them reflecting Hall's recent experience of returning to live
on his ancestral farm in New Hampshire.
Publications from the King Library Press and music by the Farrar Trio
will complete the evening.
The Library Associates are a group of library—minded alumni, faculty and
friends of the University. Membership is open to anyone contributing
$10 or more in funds or library materials. The associates help develop
the library collections and sponsor programs; in the past they have ‘
brought to campus distinguishedsmedqns such as Elizabeth Hardwick and
Cleanth Brooks. Nemmms of the Executive Committee who planned this
year's program are: Morris Beebe, Jacqueline Bull, Samuel M. Cassidy,
John Clubbe, Robert O. Evans, David Farrell, Lucy Graves, Betty Kirwan,
Bill Marshall, Charles Metcalf, Mary Powell Phelps, Betty Tevis, and
Paul Willis.
Southeastern Library Association
The SELA membership committee is setting a goal of 6,000 members for
the 60th Anniversary in 1980. This organization give a broad spectrum
of types and sizes of libraries, allows interaction with others in
congenial geographic regions big enough for exchange of ideas, small

enoughfor intimate contacts. For membership information, see Paul
National Periodicals Center
The: National Commission on Libraries and Information Science (NCLIS)
is sponsoring an open forum on March 19-20 in Washington, D.C. to
discuss the establishment of a National Periodicals Center. Some
of the issues that will be addressed are:
-Basic services to be provided by the Center;
-Relationships with publishers and distributors;
-Eligibility and means of access; and A
—Governing and funding.
If you have any questions, write
Alphose F. Trezza, NCLIS
l7l7 K St., N.W. Suite 60l
Washington, D.C.
News of Future Conferences
Details of time, place, purpose will appear in later issues;
Underground Architecture
KLA Academic Libraries Spring Workshop / Conference
Midwest Academic Library Conference
Speical Libraries Association/Kentucky Chapter
The Spring Conference, March 23 at the Galt House, will feature
"Focus on Economics" at its morning session. Speakers from the business
world and from Frankfort will address the issue. A tour of the museum
of Natural History provides information and relaxation for the afternoon.
Visitors are invited for any part of the session. For further infor-
mation, contact Janet Stith, Medical Center Library, UK, Lexington.
Symposium, College of Library Science `
The College of Library Science continues its Current Issues Symposium
series on April 6. Topic for this session is "Information for the
Community". Speakers for the occasion are from various backgrounds
and intersts. For further information contact Nancy Little at the
College, University of Kentucky.
From Cold to Hot
A little while ago, we quoted Frankfort's advice on keeping warm indoors
and out. Today, we recommend to you from UK's College of Agriculture,
Cooperative Extension Service CHEAP (computerized Home Energy Analysis
Program) an offer for a personalized plan for an energy-efficient home
(cooling and heating).
Machine operator l7 - Administrative Services
LT II — Acquisitions (CSR router)
LT I - Agriculture
If interested, see Faith Harders.
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Assistant Training Coordinator. SOLINET.·Salary, $12,000-17,000.
Application deadline March 30.
Business Reference Librarian, Social Science Library, Yale University.
Salary $12,000 +. Application deadline April 1.
Original Monograph Cataloger, Science and Technology. Penn State
Main campus. Salary $12,000. Application deadline April 30.
General Reference Librarian, Reference Librarian, Reference Department.
Ohio State. Salary $13,920—l6,680. Application deadline May ll.
~ Reference Librarian. Penn State, Bekrend College. Salary $12,000+.
Application deadline April 30.
Three from Texas A&M Applications being accepted
Original Cataloger (pending budget approval)
Reference Librarian, Document Division (pending
budget approval)
Resource Development Librarian, Open-depending on