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A/” I HE GREEN BEAN
U 1O’3O‘81 UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY LIBRARIES' NEWSLETTER n°° 367
CALENDAR .
 
November 2 G 5 Seminars on the Theory of Living Systems (details in
( A GREEN BEAN no. 366).
A November 2 G 10 Appalachian Center Roundtable discussions and Brown
, I A Bag Lunch (details this issue).
November 3 Fire alarm test (7:30-8:30 a.m.) King North and
South. No need to leave the building. ‘
November 6 Gpl3 Gallery Series - Chamber Music of Mendelssohn
( - (details this issue).
November 9 G 16 Seminars on the Theory of Living Systems (details
this issue). -
November 2 G 9 Monday Seminars sponsored by the Department of Higher
‘ Education, College of Education (details this issue).
( A ‘ November 10 I Library Associates et al Symposium and Dinner in
_ . . l honor of Dr. Thomas Clark (details this issue).
November 14 Twenty-five Years of Typography and Book Design in
the Middle West (details this issue).
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Contributors: Toni Powell (editor), Paul Willis, Jim Birchfield, Faith .
Harders, Jean Robinson, Karen Croneis, and The 1980-81 ACTS Executive
Committee. ‘
PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THE MARGARET I. KING LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON, KY. 40506

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DR. CLARK HONORED
The University of Kentucky Library Associates, The Kentucky State
Library and Archives, The Kentucky Historical Society, Tau Chapter of
A Phi Alpha Theta, The University of Kentucky Graduate School, and The
- University of Kentucky Department of History join together to honor Dr.
h Thomas Clark, History Professor Emeritius on November 10, 1981 with a
symposium and dinner. Dr. Clark has had a long and illustrious career
and has always been a strong library supporter. The entire staff is
welcome to honor Dr. Clark. The symposium is free, and the cost of. the
dinner is $12. For a brochure, contact Bill Marshall or Betty
Matulionis in Special Collections Department. The registration deadline
is November Sth.
LSO THANKSGIVING CONTRIBUTIONS
Thanksgiving for most people is a joyous time of year, and the LSO
would like to help bring some joy into a needy family's life by
providing a basket of food.
If you think you could contribute either a staple or some money,
please take it to Jean Robinson, Cataloging 7-3831. Details will be in
the next Greenbean on how you can brighten someone's world.
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF TYPOGRAPHY AND BOOK DESIGN IN THE MIDDLE WEST.
The 25th Anniversary of the Midwestern Books Competition will be
marked with a Seminar on book design in the Department of Special
Collections on Saturday, November 14th.A The program, open to all,
begins at 9:30 in the Gallery, King Library - North.
Special guests include Dwight Agner, award—winning book designer at
the LSU and University of Georgia Presses. He is a well-known private
press bibliographer and owner of the Press of the Night Owl. Also
A speaking will be Alexander S. Lawson, Melbert B. Cary Professor of
Typography at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Lawson received
the Annual Award of the American Printing History Association in New
W York in September.
I Other speakers include Dr. Lawrence S. Thompson, Professor of
I Classics at the University of Kentucky and founder of the Midwestern
Books Competition. The program will include a presentation by W. Gay
Reading, Director of the King Library Press, and a demonstration using
the antique equipment of the Press.
Also slated is a panel discussion on books of the present and
future. Panelists include Kenneth Cherry, Director of the University
Press of Kentucky; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farnsley, Louisville microform
publishers, and Caroline Sommons, Assistant Director of the Lexington
_ Public Library. N
There will be an exhibition of books from past years of the ·]
competition. The archives of the Midwestern Books Competition are
housed in the Department of Special Collections.
BLOOD PRESSURE CHECK
The Staff Development Committee will sponsor a blood pressure check
_ on Tuesday, November 24, from IO a.m. to 2 p.m. This program is free so
plan on taking advantage of this service.

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r GALLERY SERIES
#’» The Gallery Series is alive and well. Offerings for the next few
weeks are:
October 30: "A Jazz Program" with Tom Seneff and Friends.
November 6: "Chamber Music of Mendelssohn," featuring the d minor
, piano trio, the clarinet- sonata, and pieces for- wind quintet.
· Performers include Ron Monsen, clarinet; Kristen Lendley, violin; Jason
Thomas, cello; Patricia Montgomery, piano, and the Kentucky Wind
Quintet. i ~
November 13: "Twentieth-Century Music for Harp": works by Britten,
Schrifrin, Hindemith, and Persichetti, performed by harpist Elaine
Humhreys, assisted by flutist Gordon Cole,
gp All programs are held at 12:00 Noon in the Gallery in King Library
if North,
1 APPALACHIAN ROUNDTABLES AND OTHER EVENTS
The Appalachian Center will sponsor a series of programs during the
— fall semester. Upcoming programs include:
November 2: Noon Brown Bag Lunch, Appalachian Center. Informal
» discussion with Mr. Sam Gray from the Center for Mountain Living,
Western Carolina University. _
‘ November 10: Mr. H.L. Mitchell, co-founder of the historic
Southern Tenant Farmers' Union, will speak on "Rural America: Today and
Yesterday." Time and place to be announced.
SEMINARS ON THE THEORY OF LIVING SYSTEMS
November 9: Michael B. Collins, Anthropology. Topic: "Mankind's
Place in the Universe: a Scientific Perspective."
November 16: John W. Green, Jr. et. al., Obstetrics G Gynecology.
Topic: "Teenage Pregnancy." (Integrative Clinicopathological
Conference).
Both seminars will be held from 7-9 p.m. in Room 137 of the
Chemistry Physics Building.
COUNCIL ON HIGHER EDUCATION MONDAY SEMINARS
November 2: Academic and Health Affairs by Roy Peterson.
November 9: The Future of Higher Education by Bob Sexton.
These seminars will by given at 10 a.m. in the Faculty Lounge
Dickey Hall. Sponsored by the Department of Higher Education, College
of Education.
CHANGE IN THE NEW PHONE LISTING
Please note that the phone number for Medical Library Reference is
3-6567. The number listed on the phone sheet is for Medical Library p
Interlibrary Loans.
NEXT GREEN BEAN
The next GREEN BEAN will come out on Friday, November 13th. Any
items submitted for this issue must be in the Director's Office by 10
a.m. Tuesday, November 10th. Emergency items can be given to me over
the phone. —
Toni Powell

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THANKS FROM ACT EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 1980-81.
Now that our term is over, the 1980-1981 ACTS Executive Committee
would like to express our thanks to the following:
The 19?0 LSO officers and the LSO Social Committee, especially Jean
Robinson, for all their help and cooperation in providing refreshments
for our meetings;
Everyone who worked on the Employee Recognition Committee and the
Education Orientation Committee this year, especially Mary Welch for
. serving as faculty advisor to the Education/Orientation Committee;
The 1981 Nominating Committee for their hard work on this year's
election, and everyone who ran in it;
— Everyone who represented ACTS on the various faculty committees;
I Olivia Buckner for decorating many of our announcements with her
y art work;
1 Pat Wright-Tatum for her help with our annual meeting;
j Mr. Willis for his invaluable help to our committee throughout the
j year and for providing the refreshments at the annual meeting;
~ I And everyone else whose association with ACTS helped to make it a
A wonderful year. Thank you all for greatly enriching the year for us.
Sincerely, _
_ The 1980-1981 ACTS Executive Committee
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PROFFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
M DICAL REFERENCE AND EXTENSION SERVICES LIBRARIAN. University of
Nevada Reno Library. Salary $16,000-$18,500. Deadline: November 30,
1981.
ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN, BUSINESS LIBRARY. Indiana University Libraries.
Salary $14,000 minimum. Deadline: December 1, 1981.
V CATALOG LIBRARIAN. Yale University Library. Salary $16,500 minimum.
Deadline: November 20, 1981. `
HUMANITIES CATALOGER. Auburn University Libraries. Salary $17,880
minimum. Deadline: December 4, 1981.
SERIALS CATALOGER. Auburn University Libraries. Salary $17,880 ~
minimum. Deadline: December 4, 1981.
HEAD, ENGINEERING LIBRARY. University of California. Salary
$21,288—$30,648. Deadline: December 15, 1981.
HEAD LIBRARIAN AND BIBLIOGRAPHER BIOLOGY LIBRARY._ Stanford University
Libraries. Salary $19,800 - $29,000. Deadline: December 15, 1981.
AUTOMATION PLANNING SPECIALISTS. Library of Congress. No "details
listed. l
If interested, see Faith Harders.