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9-18-81 No. 364
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY LIBRARIES' NEWSLETTER
CALENDAR
 
September 13 —
October ll Appalachian Women: Three Generations, photographs by Wendy
Ewald of Appalshop, exhibit in Special Collections I
(details this issue).
September 18 Library Faculty meeting 8:30 a.m. in the Gallery.
September 23 Computers for Small and Medium Size Businesses (details in ·
Green Bean no. 363).
September 28 Seminar on the Theory of Living Systems (details in Green -
Bean no. 363).
October 5 G 12 Seminar on the Theory of Living Systems.
October 6 Open hearings on network cooperation in Kentucky.
October 6-10 KLA Conference Louisville. g
October 12 Deadline for Council on Library Resources Academic Library
Management Intern Program. ——
October 12 LS0 Anything Sale (details this issue).
October 16-18 Kentucky Association for Communication and Technology Media
Workshop (details Green Bean no. 362).
Contributors: Toni Powell (editor), Paul Willis, Faith Harders, Anne Campbell,
and Pat Lloyd.
PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THE MARGARET I. KING LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON, KY. 40506

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ALMOST ANYTHING GOES Z
The LSO is holding an Anything Sale on Columbus Day in King Library
North's staff lounge from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. Mark your calendar and V
plan on discovering a New World.
We are asking for donations of crafts, white elephants, plants,
books and magazines as well as food or anything else · you think will
sell. No sign—up sheets this time; just bring what you can. Items can
be brought to Andrea Bryant in the Business and Economics Information
Center on Wednesday - Friday, October 7-9; or to the staff lounge on the
morning of October 12,
LSO will be selling coffee during the sale, and everyone can come
over lu chtime to see what's available. There will even be a lottery
(with one of the white elephants as the prize); lottery tickets come
with each purchase. -
Money earned will be used for the Christmas Party.
FIRE ALARM TEST
The fire alarm system in King. North and South will be checked
between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m. on October 5, November 3, and December 1.
You do not have to exit the building at this time.
APPALACHIAN WOMEN: THREE GENERATIONS .
Appalachian Women: three Generations, photographs by Wendy Ewald
of Appalshop, will be on exhibit in Special Collections, King Library
North, September 12 — October ll. The exhibit opened on Sunday,
September 13 with a reception and a program with remarks by Wendy Ewald,
Nancy Dye (UK History Department), and George Ella Lyon (Director of the
Appalachian Poetry Project). The women who are pictured in the exhibit
were also present.
The exhibit is sponsored by the University of Kentucky Appalachian , ·
Center, the University of Kentucky Library Associates, and the Kentucky
Humanities Council in cooperation with Appalshop.
RATIONAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY
A schedule of fall classes for the Rational Behavior Therapy Center
is now available. If interested contact Barbara Benson, Program
Coordinator at 233-6166.
EXPLORE THE HUMANITIES
A schedule of the Explore the Humanities series offered by UK
extension is now available. If interested contact Susan Byars,
Community Education.
THEORY OF LIVING SYSTEMS
Meetings: Monday 7-9 p.m. room 137 Chemistry—Physics Bldg. October S
John R. Neill (Psychiatry) "The psyche: what breaks it up? What makes _
it whole?" U
October 12 Ernst Jokl (Health, Physical Education 6 Recreation) "Brain,
~ mind and movement."
OPEN HEARINGS ON NETWORK DEVELOPMENT
The Planning Coordinating Committee of the State Advisory Council
on Libraries will hold open hearings on October 6 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. on
network development for Kentucky. These hearings will be held in
conjunction with KLA in Louisville.

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September 18, 1981
M E M O R A N D U M
TO: All Library Staff .
. FROM: Paul A. Willis
SUBJECT: 1981 UK United Way Campaign
Once again, we in the University will be given an opportunity to help
people who are less fortunate than ourselves. I am referring to the
· 148,000 people who received help last year through 91 agencies in eight
counties -- Fayette, Anderson, Bourbon, Clark, Jessamine, Scott, Madison
and Montgomery. Vital Support for each of these agencies came from the
United Way of the Bluegrass.
This year's campaign slogan "UK the United Way -- Now More Than Ever
Before" speaks to the reduction in agency funding from Federal, State
and County government sources. Thus, whereas in the past the United Way
was a "charitable" assist to helping agencies, it is now becoming a
critical element in their success. Your consideration of this annual
appeal will be deeply appreciated by the many people who must look to
these agencies for help. V
You will be contacted about the United Way Campaign by John Bryant, who V
is also serving as vice-chairman of the campaign for Academic Affairs ·
this year. Please share with others the information you will receive
regarding this year's effort.
A We would like, if possible, to conclude our department's effort by
October 23. ·

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PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES ° A I is , A
ASSISTANT UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN FOR TECHNICAL SERVICES. University of V
Oregon. Salary $30,000 minimu . Deadline: December 1, 1981.
UNIVERSITY ARCHIVIST/DEPARTMENT HEAD. University of Florida Libraries.
Salary $13,000 to $20,500. Deadline: October 30, 1981. A
ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN - HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARY, M DIA RESOURCES
CENTER/INFORMATION SERVICES DEPARTMENT. State University of New York at
Buffalo. Salary $13,500 minimum. Deadline: not listed.
UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN. Brown University. Salary: none listed.
Deadline: not listed. .
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS/READER SERVICES LIBRARIAN. Brown University.
Salary $14,600-$18,300. Deadline: September 30, 1981.
ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN, SERIALS DEPARTMENT. Salary $13,327 minimum.
Deadline: October 16, 1981.
ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN, REFERENCE DEPARTMENT. University` of Delaware. A
Salary 13,327 minimu . Deadline: October 16, 1981.
COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT LIBRARIAN. University of Oregon. Salary $22,000 ` -
minimum. Deadline: October 15, 1981. .
If interested contact Faith Harders.
T Temporary Professional Position
October 1981 — Sept, 1982 Agriculture Library (cataloging;
some data searching and reference). If interested, see
Faith Harders immediately.