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Unnumbered supplement with title, Wax Bean, accompanies some issues. journals  English University of Kentucky. Libraries Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. The Green Bean The Green Bean and The Wax Bean, March 27, 1981, no. 352 text The Green Bean and The Wax Bean, March 27, 1981, no. 352 1981 2014 true xt7x696zxp4c section xt7x696zxp4c I  | HE GREEN A  
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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY LIBRARIES' NEWSLETTER I
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I I A March 27 Faculty Meeting. King Library North Lounge. 8:30 a.m. I I
I March 31 Library Associates Annual Dinner Meeting. Speaker Garry I
I Wills. Spindletop. Reception 6:15; Dinner 7:00 p.m. I
I ; _ E Reservations through 3/27/81. 257-3801 ‘ _ ,
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I April 2 Lectures by John S. Mayfield, Curator Emeritus of Man- I
I uscripts and Rare Books, Syracuse University and James '
I Mosley, Printing Historical Society, London; editor, I
I ` Jnunnal nf nne Printing Historical Society. Gallery, I
I King Library North. 7:30 p.m. I
I April 3 Readings by Appalachian authors. Women Writer's I
I I Conference. Gallery Series. King North. Noon. I
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I April 1-3 Kentucky Library Association, Executive Inn,Louisville.
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Q I EXHIBITS In
I Twenty-five Years of King Library Press. Gallery, King North. »
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· Oswald Competition. Lobby, King Library South. Until April 1,
2 1981.
Contributors: Nancy Baker (editor), Andrea Bryant, Pam Fields,
Barbara Galik, Vivian Hall, Faith Harders, Jim Shaeffer, Paul
Willis
 
PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT THE MARGARET I. KING LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON, KY. 40506

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I KLA CARPOOL A
l If you are driving to KLA and would be willing to take people, please give _
l your name and the days you are going to Ann Short; if you need a ride, you p
{ can check with Ann. Thank you. g ‘ é
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l PAPERBACK BOOKS NEEDED ·
l LSO will again participate in the Library Associates book sale,_to be held
l April 23 & 24. We will sell only paperbacks. This is a good chance to
i et started on your spring house cleaning. Please bring all donations to
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l Jessie Adams, Binding, King North. J
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l NEWS FROM ACTS C
E A Message to All Support Staff from the ACTS Executive Committee:
l Our ACTS meetings have recently been running quite a bit longer
Q than we had expected, so from now on we are going to make a real
I effort to keep them much shorter. Our next meeting will be on
_ Wednesday, April 29, in the MIK—North staff lounge. LSO will sell
{ coffee and doughnuts at 8:45, the business meeting_will start at
l 9:00, and this time the program will start at 9r30. Peggy McClintock
i will speak to the group on employee recognition. ·
l Jim Shaeffer g
l SLA SPRING MEETING
l Control your Career is the title of the Joint Spring meeting of the KLA
l Special Libraries Section and the SLA Kentucky Chapter at Rough River
l State Park, April 9-l0, l98l. ·
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l Speakers for this workshop are: Susan Krug, AMITRAK SALES, Indianapolis,
§ Indiana; Victor Harrison, Haldane Associates, Cincinnati-Based Job and V
§ Counseling Service; Deidre Cechin, manager and consultant, the Corporate
{ Ladder, Stewart's, Louisville, Kentucky; and Heidi Margulis, Skillmakers
i Louisville-Based Career Training and Development Company. Topics are
i "Office Politics', "Career Building", "The Career Look", "Power Persuasion",
l "Leverage and Different Styles of Powerful Powerless" and "Sources of
| Power".
l For further information contact Theresa Wiley, IMMR, 252-5535, ext. 229.
  TWO TALKS QN BOOKS AND PRINT ING
  The University of Kentucky ,
  coridally invites you to
  Two Talks on Books and Printing
_ A ”My Friend, Algernon Charles Swinburne”
_ ]ohn S. Mayfield ‘ I
”Eric Gill as Typographer’Y _
Q Iames Mosley
E The program will be held in
Q The Gallery, King Library-—North,
  April 2, 1981 at 7:30 P.M. ·
  A reception will follow
in The Department of Special Collections

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ONLINE LITERATURE SEARCHING SEMINAR
The University of Kentucky College of Library Science is sponsoring an
1 introductory workshop in the use of online literature searching on April I
10, 1981. This workshop will be conducted by Trudi Bellardo. Enrollment
I is limited to 25 persons and there is a $35.00 fee. The deadline for j
1 registration is April 3. For further information, contact the Office for g
1 Continuing Education, College of Library Science, 465 Patterson Office
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¥ LIBRARY AUTHORS . .
Q Ann Ricker has published an article on Who's RRQ TR Améflca in Reference
j Services Review, October/December, 1980, pp. 7-13.
1 Jane N. White and Collins W. Burnett have edited a selected, annotated 1
1 bibliography entitled Higher Education Literature From RRR Seventies;
1 published by Oryx Press.
1 RRT QR TRR PRINTED BOOK `
1 David Farrell is among the 28 speakers and panelists who will participate é
1 in the "the Art of the Printed Book," an international conference on fine 1
j printing to be held April 8-11, 1981, at the University of Nebraska at 1
Q · Omaha. 1
2 V 1
1 OPPORTUNITIES ROR PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT 1
1 Principal Administrative Data Processing Systems Analyst. University 1
T of California, Berkeley. Deadline: April 30, 1981. Salary $31,728- 1
{ $38,364. i
5 University Librarian I/II. Stamford Regional Campus Library. University
1 of Connecticut. Deadline: April 10, 1981. Salary $13,000—$l6,000. 1
V; Head, Harvard University Library CONSER office. Available: June 1, 1981. 1
“ Salary $17,400+. _
1 Operations Librarian. Indiana State University. Deadline: May 8, 1981. 1
‘ Salary $15,500+. 1
y Head of Technical Services. Law Library. SUNY-Buffalo. ‘
Assistant Catalog/Reference Librarian. Southern Illinois University of K
V Carbondale. Deadline: May 15, 1981. Salary $14,500+. [
r; Assistant SOUTHFORNET Librarian. University of Georgia. Deadline: April 1
‘ 3, 1981. Salary $13,500.
Library Systems Specialist. University of Missouri. Deadline: June 15,
· 1981. Salary $25,000. Q
Senior Library Computer Programer/Analyst. University of Missouri. Dead-
‘ line: June 15, 1981. Salary $22,000. 1
4 Library Computer Programmer/Analyst. University of Missouri. Deadline: 1
‘ June 15, 1981. Salary $18,000. 1
` Cataloguer, Near East Cataloguing Team. Princeton University. Deadline: 1
- May 4, 1981.
q TRM TOURS BEIC
' On 3/19/81, five employees from the Systems Management Office of IBM toured
BEIC and parts of MIK and thanks to the added input of Kathy Holden, GPD;
= Sandy Gilchrist, Reference; and Bill Richardson, AIDS/Media, it was very
F successful and informative.
1 Andrea Bryant
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g _ I · Munch 1981
WAX BEAN REVIVED -
Well, here we go again. IT looks like The WAX BEAN will be sproufing (or
is ThaT spoufing) each monTh as long as The paper, prinTing machine and
prlnTer hold ouT. I have volunfeered To do This job for The coming year buT I
can'T do iT wiThouT your help. To make The WAX BEAN a vehicle abouT The sTaff
I need To know abouT you. If you have anyThing you would like To pass along
To me please do noT hesiTaTe To do so. I wanT To know abouT you, your family,
your Trips, your professional acTiviTies or whaTever you wanT To send along.
I keep my ear To The grapevine buT iT does noT always sTreTch as far as
AgriculTure. Please keep me in mind when you hear someThing (if you wanT To
send someThlng along abouT fellow workers please clear iT wiTh Them firsT).
E l'|l be graTefuI for any news iTems you have.
i A Toni Powell
 
3 FR0M Lso
T REMINDER: March is membership monTh. Your $3 a year supporTs The many
i LSO funcfions and enables you To aTTend The LSO picnic and ChrisTmas luncheon
§ aT no addiTionaI charge. The LSO needs your supporT. LasT year we had 106
$ members. LeT's Top ThaT for 1981. I
i COMMITTEES: We sTiI| need voIunTeers for The STaff Lounge CommiTTee and
1 The Social CommiTTee. Become involved in LSO.- Ideas are needed for The
I picnic and The ChrisTmas parTy and we need your help. If you served on a
commlTTee lasT year and wanT To be on The same commiTTee again or would like
To help in some oTher way, please leT us know. ConTacT Janis Pivarnik in GPD
aT 7-2639.
BOOK SALE: WanT To do some spring house cleaning? Why noT bring your
paperbacks in for The LSO Booksale. DeTaiIs in This issue of The Green Bean.
FROM DEPARTMENTS
THERE IS ONE IN EVERY CROWD: Rumor has iT ThaT The Agricu|Ture Library sTaff
have formed a chapTer of The LSO called ALSO (AgriculTure Library STaff
OrganizaTion). A newsIeTTer called The SOYABEAN is planned. So far iT seems
only To be a rumor.
FROM THE STAFF I
WELCOME BACK To RuTh Brown afTer a brief sTay in The hospiTal. We are glad To
see you up and around.
CONDOLENCES
To Vivian Hall on The recenT loss of her faTher. On behalf of The STaff LSO
made a donaTion To The appropriafe chariTy.
To Nancy Baker on The recenf loss of her m0Ther-in—law. (a card WSS SSDT)

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