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LIBRARY
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CONGRESS


INFORMATION


BULLETIN


November 17, 1972


TRIBUTE TO DANNIE HEINEMAN
November 23 is the 100th anniversary of the birth
of one of the Library's great benefactors, Dannie N.
Heineman, a prominent American industrialist whose
international business and scientific career was pri-
marily centered in Europe. He was born in Charlotte,
North Carolina, in 1872, and died in New York City
on January 31, 1962. Forced out of Europe by the
Nazi onslaught, he returned to the United States at
the outbreak of the second World War. Here he estab-
lished the Heineman Foundation for Research,
Educational, Charitable, and Scientific Purposes, Inc.,
which, before and after Mr. Heineman's death, has
enabled the Music Division to acquire a notable col-
lection of rarities otherwise far beyond its reach.
Mr. Heineman was an ardent music lover and a
bibliophile of impeccable taste. He appreciated evi-
dence of creative effort, erudition, and cultural
enrichment. Knowing his broad interest in art and
Poetry Program Scheduled for Monday
Poets Samuel Allen and Ned O'Gorman will read
from and discuss their work on Monday, Novem-
ber 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the Coolidge Auditorium.
Josephine Jacobsen, the Library's Consultant in
Poetry, will moderate the discussion. No tickets
are required.


literature, the Music Division has utilized the assis-
tance of the Heineman Foundation over the years to
obtain, among many items, rare books, holograph
music, autograph letters, early music imprints, and
scarce librettos. The Heineman Foundation Collec-
tion in the Library of Congress is an enviable assem-
blage rich in research value and frequently spectacular
in visual appeal.
At the centennial of his birth the Library of Con-
gress is happy to honor him and to express again its
gratitude to the foundation that bears his name.

NEW YORK WOODWIND QUINTET
TO PRESENT CONCERT NOV. 24
On Friday evening, November 24, the Gertrude
Clarke Whittall Foundation in the Library of Con-
gress will sponsor a concert of chamber music by the
New York Woodwind Quintet. The members of this
ensemble are Thomas Nyfenger, flute; Ronald Rose-
man, oboe; David Glazer, clarinet; Arthur Weisberg,
bassoon; and Ralph Froelich, French horn. Their pro-
gram will include Variations on Mozart's "La ci
darem la mano" (from Don Giovanni) by Ludwig van
Beethoven; Quartet in C major for woodwinds by
Arthur Berger; Quintet in E minor, Op. 67, No. 2 by
Franz Danzi; and Quintet by Claude Paul Taffanel.
This program will feature the world premiere of Trios
and Fantasy for Woodwind Quintetby Ezra Laderman.


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CONTENTS

Bound Newspaper Volumes Offered 490-491
British Poet Will Lecture Nov. 27 ... 490
Combined Federal Campaign Hits 67 Percent 491
Draft Standards for Microfilming Available 491
Filmstrip on LC Classification Wins Award 491
ISO Conducts Seminar, Briefing . ... 496
Library of Congress Publications ... 496-497
News in the Library World . ... 497-498
New York Woodwind Quintet to Present Concert 489-490
Poetry Program Scheduled for Monday ...... 489
Staff News . .. ... 494496
Tribute to Dannie Heineman . 489
Visitors to LC . .. 492-493


The concert will begin promptly at 8:30 p.m. in the
Coolidge Auditorium of the Library. Tickets for this
concert will be distributed by Patrick Hayes, 1300 G
St., N.W., beginning at 8:30 a.m., Monday, November
20. A service charge of 25 cents is placed on each
ticket, and only two tickets are distributed to an
individual. Telephone reservations may be made on
Monday morning by calling 3934463. Mail orders are
not accepted.
This concert will be broadcast in its entirety over
WETA-FM (90.9), and made available to stations in
other cities through the Katie and Walter Louchheim
Fund in the Library of Congress.


BRITISH POET WILL LECTURE
AT LIBRARY ON NOV. 27

Ian Hamilton, British poet, critic, and editor, will
present a lecture on recent poetry in Great Britain on
Monday, November 27, at 7:30 p.m. in the Coolidge
Auditorium. The lecture will be given under the
auspices of the Gertrude Clarke Whittall Poetry and


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Literature Fund. No tickets are required.
Born in King's Lynn, Norfolk, England, in 1938,
Mr. Hamilton attended Darlington Grammar School
and received his B.A. degree from Keble College,
Oxford. He is Poetry and Fiction Editor of The Times
Literary Supplement, Editor of The Review, and has
been a regular poetry critic of The Observer and
London Magazine. He currently holds the Poetry
Lectureship at the University of Hull and has taught
at both Keble College and New College, Oxford. In
1963 he received the E.C. Gregory Award.
Mr. Hamilton's poems are collected in a pamphlet
entitled Pretending Not to Sleep (1964) and in his
first book of poetry, The Visit (1970). A collection
of his essays and reviews will appear in a volume
entitled A Poetry Chronicle later this year. Mr. Hamil-
ton's poetry has also been published in many periodi-
cals, including New Statesman, The Observer, London
Magazine, and Listener, and in such anthologies as
New Poetry (1962), and Poetry: Introduction 1
(1969).
In addition to writing and reviewing poetry, Mr.
Hamilton has edited three books: ThePoetry of War,
1939-45 (1965), Alun Lewis: Selected Poetry and
Prose (1966), and The Modem Poet: Essays From
"The Review" (1968).
The lecture will be broadcast in Washington, D.C.
by WGMS-AM-FM at a later date.


BOUND NEWSPAPER VOLUMES
FROM LC COLLECTIONS OFFERED

The Library of Congress is offering at no charge the
following uncut bound volumes of newspapers, which
have been replaced in its collections by microfilm, to
U.S. libraries which wish to have them and are willing
to pay the cost of packing and shipping. Requests will
be honored in order of receipt and should be directed
to the Chief, Exchange and Gift Division, Library of
Congress, Washington, D.C. 20540.

(1) Connecticut. Hartford. Hartford Courant January
1953-June 1955; lacking October 1953 (29 volumes).
(2) Georgia. Augusta. Chronicle 1898-1949 (271 volumes).
(3) Hawaii. Honolulu. Star Bulletin July 1912-December
1959 (332 volumes).
(4) Kansas. Wichita. Morning Eagle 1934-1961 (240
volumes).
(5) Massachusetts. Boston. Globe March 1872-December
1947; lacks June 1880, July 1881, January 1885, April 1887,
May 1888, Jan., April, July and October 1890, March 1898,











November 17, 1972


May 1900, November 1918 (569 volumes).
(6) Missouri. St. Louis. Post Dispatch January 1918-
December 1950 (375 volumes).
(7) New York. New York. Journal of Commerce January
1949-April 1950 (8 volumes) March 1956-May 1964;incom-
plete (19 volumes).
(8) New York. New York. Sun April 1872-December
1947 (550 volumes).
(9) New York. Syracuse. Post Standard 1941-1943;
incomplete (23 volumes).
(10) North Carolina. Raleigh. News and Observer
1911-1936 (141 volumes).
(11) Tennessee. Oak Ridge. Oak Ridger September
1949-April 1955 (19 volumes).
(12) Virginia. Williamsburg. Gazette 1931-1958; incom-
plete (24 volumes).
(13) Puerto Rico. San Juan. El Mundo January-December
1947 January 1949-December 1961 (152 volumes).
(14) Brazil Sao Paulo. O Estado de Sao Paulo June 1,
1927-March 31, 1932 May 1-31, 1932 May 2-June 6, 1939
(31 volumes).

DRAFT STANDARDS FOR
MICROFILMING LIBRARY CARD
CATALOGS AVAILABLE
The American Library Association Subcommittee


on Standards for Microfilming Card Catalogs has pre-
pared a draft specification for microfilming library
card catalogs. Before making a final recommendation
to the ALA RLMS Standards Committee, the
members of the Subcommittee wish to make available
a copy of the text to those interested in studying the
document and making comments.
A limited number of copies are available for this
purpose and may be secured by writing directly to
Chief, Photoduplication Service, Library of Congress,
Washington, D.C. ,20540, Attention: Department S.


FILMSTRIP ON LC CLASSIFICATION
WINSlAWARD AT FILM FESTIVAL

The filmstrip, Library of Congress Classification,
won a Gold Award at the International Film and TV
Festival held in New York City on October 27. The
filmstrip, which consists of 54 color frames, describes
the early history of the Library of Congress and
explains its classification system.,An accompanying
text is recorded on a phonodisc as well,as on phono-
tape on reel or in cassette. The filmstrip was pro-
duced by the Library Filmstrip Center, 3033 Aloma,
Wichita, Kans., earlier this year [see the February 3
issue of the Information Bulletin].


FEDERAL CAMPAIGN
HITS 67 PERCENT

A progress report of the
1973 Combined Federal
Campaign at the Library has
indicated that, as of Novem-
ber 8, 28 percent of the
staff pledged 67 percent of
the $75,887 goal.
Staff members who have
not yet contributed, or wish
to increase their contribu-
tion, are urged to contact
their keyworker as soon as
possible. The campaign will
end November 20:
The percentage of depart-
mental quotas reached and
the percentage of staff who
have participated are repre-
sented in the accompanying
graph.


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Ref


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B B Ferrenta~ce of hJpartmriental quota achieved
I '\ 20%1 30%1' 40o1 5.. r.i-.l 7 0%1 .. 0l- iooi

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VISITORS TO LC

British Librarians
Forty-nine British librarians on a study tour of the
United States came to the Library on October 12.
Their visit began with an orientation tour of the Main
Building and LC's reference services conducted by
Judith Farley, Bruce Miller, Louis Mortimer, Joseph
Schwarz, Bill Sittig, and Brian Willson. They also
viewed the film "The Library of Congress", for which
Maurel Allen was projectionist. In the afternoon, they
toured the Processing Department and were given a
talk about the MARC Project and the Card Division.
Mrs. Susan Aramayo, Mrs. Grace Hall, Bob Hiatt,
Lenore Maruyama, Mrs. Constance Stevens, and Terry
Peet were participating staff members.
A sandwich luncheon was served in the Whittall
Pavilion for the visitors and members of the LC staff
who had helped with the arrangements: Alan White of
Edinburgh, Scotland, who is President of the Associa-
tion of Assistant Librarians which set up the study
tour, expressed his thanks and introduced Sheila
Wilson of London who was Tour Leader, and other
Associatien-officers. John-G. Lorenz, Depoty~Aibrar-
ian of Congress. gave an officialgreeting to the -isi-
tors.

Special Foreign Visitors
The National Librarian of Australia, Allan P. Flem-
ing, visited the Library on October 10 for conferences
with LC officers. He was on a tour of American and
European libraries to study networks, the planning
and operation of cooperative arrangements between
libraries, and the uses of automation. Mr. Fleming
was guest of honor at a Library luncheon in the
Whittall Pavilion.
E. J. S. Parsons, Secretary of the Bodleian Library,
Oxford, England, visited the Library on September
5-6 to discuss such activities as service to the blind,
automation, plans for the new building, and person-
nel administration. The Library entertained Mr.
Parsons at a luncheon in the Whittall Pavilion on
September 5.
Another recent English visitor was Edward John
Chapman, Director of the West Riding County Li-
brary, Sheffield, who came October 11. Mr. Chapman
was touring American and Canadian libraries under
the Sir Evelyn Wrench Travelling Fellowship for
Librarians, awarded annually by the English-Speaking
Union and the British Library Association.
Two Russian librarians with Unesco grants recently
have come to Washington, D.C., to observe the


operation of American libraries and documentation
centers. Igor V. Zholudev, Chief of the Department
of Foreign Literature, Byelorussian Lenin State
Library, Minsk, arrived on September 29 for six
weeks. Aleksey A. Korennoy, Senior Research
Worker and Laboratory Chief, Institute of Cyber-
netics, Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Kiev, arrived
October 16 for three months. Both visitors have made
extensive visits to the Library. Mr. Zholudev is con-
cerned primarily with literature and reference services
but he is also interested in library administration,
exchanges, and all forms of library innovation. Mr.
Korennoy is concerned with scientific and technical
subjects and with all aspects of automation. Both
have received special assistance from the Slavic and
Central European Division staff.
Another recent Unesco grantee visiting the Library
was Tibor Horvath, Head of the Information Depart-
ment, Centre for Library Science and Methodology,
National Library, Budapest, Hungary. Mr. Horvath
has a three-month grant to study the practice and
teaching of library science in the United States and
new developments in the field of library automation.

Other Visiting Librarians
Abdul Sallam, Librarian of the Main Library,
Higher College of Education, People's Democratic
Republic of Aden, visited the Library on September
20. A Student at Bowling Green State Univeristy in
Ohio, Mr. Sallam toured reference and processing
services and the Near East Section, and met with an
Exchange and Gift Division staff member.
Hiromi Takahashi, a law librarian from Tokyo Uni-
versity, visited the Far Eastern Division of the Law
Library on October 16 where she was greeted by T.
T. Hsia, Chief of the Division, and Takeo Nishioka,
Japanese specialist.
Hugo Caceres, Chief of the Information and Docu-
mentation Department of the Inter-American Insti-
tute of Agricultural Science, Turrialba, Costa Rica,
came to the Library on October 31, primarily to visit
,the MARC Development Office. He is participating in
a National Agricultural Library training program.
Two staff members from the Information Center of
the University of Mexico in Mexico City, visited on
October 30. Josefina Morales and Roberto Guera had
a tour and then a visit to the Science and Technology
Division where they talked with John Price, Assistant
Chief.
Averill Edwards, an expert on children's literature
at the Australian National Library and a library
science instructor in Canberra, visited the Library on


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October 26 for a tour and a conference with Virginia
Haviland, Head of the Children's Book Section. Miss
Edwards was accompanied by her sister, Juliana
Edwards, who is a school teacher in Australia.
Anita Bentho, technical librarian in the engineering
library of ENSTA in Paris visited the Library on
August 28 and toured reference and processing
services, including MARC.
Nora Browne, cataloger at University College, Cork,
Ireland, had a tour of the Processing Department on
September 12.
Mrs. Cut Parker, Chief of the USIA Library in
Saigon and President of the Viet Nam Library Asso-
ciation, visited the Library on September 21. In
1956, she was the first grantee to come to the United
States under the Jointly Sponsored Program for For-
eign Librarians.
Martyn Goff, Director of the National Book League
in England, visited on August 29 during a tour of the
United States under a Department of State grant. His
interests included literature, rare books, exhibits,
publications, and the Cataloging-in-Publication pro-
gram.
Norihiko Narita, a member of the Research and
Legislative Reference Department of the National
Diet Library in Tokyo, arrived on September 14 to
spend two months in the United States to observe the
Presidential elections and to study the operation of
the Library's Congressional Research Service.
A former employee of the National Diet Library,
also in the United States to observe the elections,
came to the Library to study CRS operations. Nobuo
Sakagami, now a teacher at Saitama University, was
at LC on October 31 and November 1.
Baboorunbeersing Goordyal, Deputy Librarian of
the University of Mauritius, visited the Library on
September 6 under the auspices of a State Depart-
ment grant. Educated primarily in India, Mr.
Goordyal is currently studying for a master's degree
in library science at the University of Ottawa. He was
given a general tour of reference and processing
services and talked with specialists in the African and
the Southern Asia sections.
Mrs. Erika Velins, principal cataloguer in charge of
monograph cataloging at the Australian National Uni-
versity Library in Canberra, visited on August 25.
Mrs. Velins is making a round-the-world tour with her
husband and took advantage of her stay in Washing-
ton, D.C., to visit the Subject Cataloging Division and
discuss technical problems in the application of the
LC Classification System.
Rafael Cotoret, from the National Library of


Venezuela, Caracas, came to the Library on Septem-
ber 25 for training in the operation of the Photo-
duplication Service. He also had a general orientation
in other areas of the Library. Mr. Cotoret, a library
science graduate from the Central University of
Venezuela, will return to Caracas after a brief trip to
Europe.
H. O. Zastrau, Chief Librarian of the Rand Afri-
kaans University, Johannesburg, South Africa, was in
Washington, D.C., on October 12-18. He had a com-
prehensive tour of the Library of Congress on Octo-
ber 13 and also visited the National Library of
Medicine, the National Agricultural Library, the U.S.
Book Exchange, and the Georgetown University
Library.
Mrs. Clara Hovne, who is responsible for cataloging
periodicals in the Jewish National and University
Library, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, came
to the Library on October 3-4. After a tour of the
Processing Department, she met with Paul Vassallo,
Director of the National Serials Data Program;
Richard Angell, Chief of the Technical Processes
Research Office; and Lawrence Marwick, Head of the
Hebraic Section.
Another Israeli librarian who visited recently was
Mrs. Bracha Sanbar, Professor of Library Science and
a library staff member at the University of Tel Aviv.
During her September 29 visit, she met with Mr. Mar-
wick.
Dickson O. Agidee, Librarian of the Institute of
Administration, University of Ife, Ibadan, Nigeria,
visited on November 2. He is touring the United
States to study library practices and to prepare a
bibliography on the economics of developing coun-
tries.
Daniel Blum, an engineer at the Conservation
Laboratory of the National Library of Servia in
Belgrade, came to the Library on October 30. After a
short general tour he was shown through the Preserva-
tion Research and Testing Laboratories by John C.
Williams.
David W. C. Stewart, Librarian for the Royal
Society of Medicine, London, visited on October 6 to
discuss the production, storage, and use of microfilm.
Dr. Wolf Haenisch, Director of the Library of the
University of Marburg, Germany, visited the
European and the Far Eastern law divisions of the
Law Library on October 24. Dr. Haenisch, who is also
a Professor of Japanese studies, was especially inter-
ested in the extensive collection of Far Eastern legal
materials in the Law Library.


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The Librarian and Mr. Kuiper


STAFF NEWS

AWARDS
Aileen E. Sundstrom, Secretary in the Central Ser-
vices Division, was presented a 20-year Federal Ser-
vice Award pin on October 31 by Mrs. Ida F. Wilson,
the Division Chief.
A native of Willowbrook, Calif., Miss Sundstrom
began her career with the Federal government in
1952 as a secretary with the Department of the Army
and during the next 14 years worked for various
Department of Defense agencies, including the Office
of the Assistant Secretary for Defense.
Miss Sundstrom came to the Library in June 1966
when she began working in her present position in the
former Office of the Secretary.
On October 18, John B. Kuiper, Head of the
Motion Picture Section of the Prints and Photographs
Division. received a Superior Service Award in the
Librarian's office.
Mr. Mumford presented the award "in recognition
of [Mr. Kuiper's] leadership of the Library's pro-
grams to collect and preserve motion picture films,
especially during the past few years of the extraordi-
nary growth of this program. Under [his] leadership
the finanical support has increased, both from private
and public funds, with a consequent increase in staff
and in the complexity of operation. [Mr. Kuiper's]
direction of the installation of a laboratory for
motion picture conversion has made it possible for
the Library of Congress to accomplish work not
possible elsewhere in the country, and to convert
significant footage of deteriorating film with techni-
cal competence and at a reasonable cost."


The Librarian further noted that "through [Mr.
Kuiper's] devotion to duty and [his] active and
capable leadership, the Motion Picture Section has
accomplished other difficult tasks without serious
error or loss of morale, despite the physical separa-
tion of the motion picture collection. [Mr. Kuiper's]
diplomacy, extensive professional acquaintanceship,
and ability to organize complex data have made
[him] a key person in the American Film Institute
cooperative effort and in the Library's role in the
International Federation of Film Archives."
In ceremonies held in the Librarian's office in
October, 26 staff members of the Motion Picture Sec-
tion of the Prints and Photographs Division received a
Meritorious Service Award in recognition of their
work during the expansion and change of the past
few years. The staff members recognized in the award
were Maurel L. Allen, Vivian D. Armstrong, Louis F.
Arnold, Mrs. Harriet W. Aveney, Kathryn D. Baker,
Zachary J. Balian, Warren R. Britt, Rudolph J.
Buchel, Donald E. Crow, Michael L. Godwin, Bennie
R. Goodman, Nancy J. Haldeman, Mrs. Rita R. Hor-
witz, Carolyn Jo Keith, Holger C. Kjeldsen, Michael
P. Kling, Calvin L. Morman, David L. Parker, David L.
Reese, Mrs. Barbara S. Rowland, Patrick J. Sheehan,
Paul C. Spehr, Samuel T. Tyler, James M. Wall,
Pearline Ward, and Lucious B. Waters.
Mr. Mumford noted that "the professionalism and
dedication of the staff are amply attested to by the
continuing efforts to maintain and improve service at
a time when the motion picture collections experi-
enced a dramatic and sudden growth as the result of
the joint commitment of the Library and the Ameri-
can Film Institute, and at a time of internal shifting
and rearrangement of offices and collections."
The Librarian noted that "the number of readers
served, the number of films preserved, and the Sec-
tion's participation in national and international film
scholarship have increased significantly in a few short
years. The response of [the Motion Picture Section]
to these changes [has been] not only commendable
but gratifying."

STAFF ACTIVITIES
Mrs. Eilene Galloway, Senior Specialist in Inter-
national Relations of the Foreign Affairs Division in
the Congressional Research Service, presented a paper
entitled "The Role of the United Nations in Earth
Resources Satellites" at the 15th International
Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, held by the
International Institute of Space Law of the Inter-
national Astronautical Federation on October 11-13,


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in Vienna, Austria. Mrs. Galloway also participated in
the conference of the Scientific-Legal Liaison Com-
mittee of the International Institute of Space Law
and the International Academy of Astronautics which
considered potentially harmful uses of the space
environment.
Warren R. Johnston, Specialist in International
Politics and Assistant Chief of the Foreign Affairs
Division of the Congressional Research Service, was
awarded a fellowship to participate in the 145th
Wilton Park Conference at Wiston House, Steyning,
Sussex, England on October 15-21. The conference
dealt with civil rights and law and order. Other CRS
staff members who have previously participated in
the conference series are Lester S. Jayson, Director of


CRS, Norman Beckman, Deputy Director of (CR
(then with the Advisory Commission on Intergovern-
mental Relations), and Hermann Ficker and Eilene
Galloway, both Senior Analysts.
Nearly 50 participants from 14 countries and repre-
senting many disciplines and occupational back-
grounds attended the conference, originally
established by the British Government after World
War II to help reopen a dialogue between Britain and
Germany. The conference has since broadened into a
regional center, mainly of West European and North
American representatives, for encouraging discussion
of a wide range of world problems.
Mr. Johnston returned a recent visit to CRS by D.
C. L. Holland, Librarian of the House of Commons,


Staff members attending the award ceremony for the Motion Picture Section were (1st row l-r) Paul L. Berry,
Director of the Reference Department, Edgar Breitenbach, Chief of the Prinrs and Photographs Division. Mr.
Armstrong, Mr. Kuiper, (2nd row 1-r) Mr. Britt, Mr. Mumford, Mr. Balian, Mr. I 7rker, (3rd row l-r) Mrs. Aveney,
Miss Ward, Mr. Reese, Mr. Allen, Mr. Goodman, (4th row I-r) Mrs. Horwitz, Mrs. lowland, Mr. Buchel, Miss Baker,
(Sth row -r) Mr. Wall, Mr. Spehr, Mr. Crow, Miss Haldeman, (6th row i-r) Mr. Waters, Mr. Morman, Mr. Godwin, Mr.
Sheehan, Mr. Arnold, and Mr. Kling.


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and was given a briefing on the Library's work, and a
tour of the House of Commons and the House of
Lords.
Chi Wang, Assistant Head of the Chinese and
Korean Section in the Orientalia Division, spoke at
the 44th Meeting of the Government Advisory Com-
mittee on International Book and Library Programs,
held at the State Department on October 19-20. Mr.
Wang's "Report on Discussions between the Peking
Library and the Library of Congress" told of his
recent talks with the officials of the National Library
of Peking. Following the report Mr. Wang held an
informal discussion with leading publishers and
government representatives.


PERSONNEL CHANGES
Appointments: Lynette Brooks, clerk-typist, GS-2, Cat
Publ, 7-500; Thomas L. Eganey, Jr., accessioner, GS-5, Ser
Rec, 4238. Monica M. Gergen. accessioner, GS-5, Ser Rec,
4218. Cecelia B. Higginbothim. entry editor, GS-9, NSDP,
4191; Dorolh) Leona Jackson, clerk, GS-3, DBPH, 4062;
Ronald Gordon Jones, assistant electrostatic print operator,
GT'-3, Photodup, 8-100; Richard I. Korman, entry editor,
GS-9, NSDP, 4191; John E. Martin, clerk, GS-4, Cop Serv,
4286; Nanette Maria Petruzelli, gift accessioner, GS-5, E&G,
410'1.
Temporary Appointments: Patricia (lay, reference assis-
tant, GS-5, CRS C, 4119; Haywood Kelly, clerk, GS-3,
DBPH. NP; Mary Colleen McGinley, accessioner, GS-5, Ser
Rec. 4238; Reginald Pate Washington, library aid, GT-1,
Pholodup. NP.
Promotions: Elizabeth Brower, to supervisor, arranging and
distribution unit, GS-5, Cat Mgmt, 4307; Lynn J. DeWall. to
accounting clerk, GS-5, Cop Serv, 4299; Kathleen McClena-
hen, to senior acquisitions a-sistant, GS-6, Ord, 4190; John J.
War ne. to assistant head, reference search section. GS-11,
Cop Ref, 4095; Maurice Williams, to deck attendant, GS-3,
S&R, 4-600.
Temporary Promotions: Carol A. Mahoney, to librarian.
GS-12, CRS C, NP; Doris H. Plympton, to assistant to the
supervisor, GS-6, Ord, NP.
Transfers: Doris V. Berry, Cat Publ, to arranging and distri-
bution assistant, GS-3, Cat Mgmt, 4308; Louise N. Blackmon.
(at Mgmt. to MARC %erifier. GS-7, MARC Ed. 4280;George
C. Gilbert, Card, to MARC verifier, GS-7, MARC Ed, 4280;
Andrew A. Reid, Share Cat, to MARC verifier, GS-7, MARC
Ed, 4292, Carolyn C. Rowe, Card, to MARC verifier, GS-7,
MARC Ed, 4280.
Resignations: Loretta T. Dockman, Cop Cat; Ronald W.
Johnson, DC; Elmer B. Kirkpatrick, Card; Frederick C. Land,
S&R; Michael C. Lutsky, Cop Serv; Sandra P. Temple, LL A;


David V. Toomey, CS; Patricia M. Tsuchitani, CRS L; Mary
L. Wimbush, E&G.

ANNOUNCEMENT
The WRA Men's Basketball Team will have tryout
practices at Kramer Junior High on 17th and Q Sts.,
S.E., at 7 p.m. on November 20. Employees inter-
ested in trying out for the team should contact
Randy Scott, Central Services Division, MB C-142,
ext. 5587 or 5588.

ISO CONDUCTS SEMINAR, BRIEFING

On October 13, the Information Systems Office
(ISO) sponsored an Automation Seminar on "Use of
the ASC Computer by the Geophysical Fluid
Dynamic Laboratory." Conducted by Joseph
Smagorinsky of the GFDL, a research division of the
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
housed at Princeton University, the seminar dealt
with the philosophy and concepts of techniques
requiring the use of a large-scale, advanced memory
computer, such as the ASC Computer, in the develop-
ment of theoretical methods for the modeling of the
global atmosphere and the world's oceans.
On October 16-17, ISO sponsored a Program
Debugging Techniques Course as part of the Automa-
tion Training Program. The course was conducted by
H. Tom Littlejohn and Jerry C. Saunders, both of
ISO. The course was designed to provide training for
programmers and analysts in the use of IBM OS soft-
ware and proper techniques for debugging programs,
and the reading of OS dumps.
On October 27, ISO sponsored a briefing entitled
"Introduction to the IBM HASP System." The brief-
ing, a function of the Automation Training Program,
was conducted by Mr. Littlejohn to provide an intro-
duction to HASP as it will be implemented in the
Library's Computer Service Center.

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS PUBLICATIONS

Accessions List: India. Vol. 11, No. 9, September
1972. (pp. 615-718.) Continuing subscriptions free to
libraries upon request to the Field Director. Library
of Congress Office, American Embassy, New Delhi,
India.
Digest of Public General Bills and Resolutions.
92nd Congress. 2nd Session. Cumulative issue No. 4,
Part 1, 1972. (Various pagings.) For sale by the
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Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402, for $13 per
two-part set, or $50 a session, domestic, and $62.50 a
session, foreign (LC 14.6:92-2/1-5).
The National Union Catalog: A Cumulative Author
List Representing Library of Congress Printed Cards
and Titles, Reported by Other American Libraries
April-June 1972. Part I: A-F. (xx, 1006 p.) Part II:
G-L. (817 p.) Part III: (810 p.) Part IV: (816 p.)
Compiled by the Library of Congress with the
cooperation of the Resources Committee of the
Resources and Technical Services Division, American
Library Association. For sale by the Card Division,
Library of Congress, Building 159, Navy Yard Annex,
Washington, D.C. 20541, for $750 for the year's
subscription.
Non-GPO Imprints Received in the Library of Con-
gress in 1971: A Selective Checklist. 1972. (vi, 27 p.)
Compiled by the Exchange and Gift Division in the
Processing Department. For sale by the Superinten-
dent of Documents for $1.25.

Press Release: No. 72-79 (November 9) Exhibit featuring
selections from three major photographic acquisitions opened
by Library of Congress.


NEWS IN THE LIBRARY WORLD

Australian National Bibliography Published
The first cumulative issue of the Australian
National Bibliography (ANB), produced by the
ANB/MARC System, has been published by the
National Library of Australia. It cumulates the Janu-
ary through August 1972 monthly issues. ANB is a
classified catalog of books, pamphlets, serials, and
government publications issued in Australia and of
items associated with Australia published overseas.
The catalog is arranged by the Dewey Decimal Classi-
fication System with an author, title, and series index
and a subject index. Terms used in the latter corre-
spond to the scope of the appropriate Dewey class
number and not necessarily to the subject headings
assigned to the particular work. Beginning in 1973
the National Library of Australia plans to issue ANB
weekly with an author and title index and to
cumulate it monthly with a subject index added.
Three additional cumulations during each year are
planned: January-April, May-August, and January-
December.
The entries in the classified sequence contain com-
plete cataloging and classification data, following the
Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, North American


Text; Subject Headings Used in the Dictionary Cata-
logs of the Library of Congress, 7th ed.; and Dewey
Decimal Classification, 18th ed. These standards have
been modified slightly to reflect the needs of Austra-
lian users. In addition, the bibliographic descriptions
incorporate the provisions of the International Stan-
dard Bibliographic Description (ISBD).
Subscriptions to the Australian National Bibliog-
raphy may be placed with the National Library of
Australia, Parkes Place, Canberra A.C.T. 2600,
Australia. The full service subscription rate for 1973
is $25 Australian.

SUNY Issues Union List of Serials
The State University of New York Central Office
Computer Center has published the fourth edition of
the SUNY Union List of Serials. The two-volume,
2,243-page work contains entries for 42,066 titles
held by the libraries of the State University of New
York as well as 7,164 cross references.
The publication is available either in hard copy or
on microfiche at $75 per set. Orders should be sent to
Mrs. C. Preibish, SUNY Union List Office. 307
Computer/Warehouse Building, Upstate Medical
Center, Syracuse, N.Y. 13210.

Roundup of Library Activities
Catherine A. Jones has been named Associate
Director of the Washington Office of the American
Library Association. For the past five years, she has
been Chief of the Reference and Loan Department of
the Library of the U.S. Office of Management and
Budget. She had been Editorial Specialist at the Head-
quarters European Exchange System, Nuremberg,
Germany, and Recreation Secretary for the American
Red Cross, the U.S. Army Hospital, Fort Campbell,
Ky.
A. Christine Justin has been appointed Head of the
Food and Nutrition Information and Educational
Materials Center at the National Agricultural Library,
Beltsville, Md. Miss Justin has over six years of
experience with child nutrition programs in the Food
and Nutrition Service.
The Center assembles and maintains a repository of
instructional materials particularly those relating to
training and instruction of school food service person-
nel; operational management of volume feeding ser-
vices, specifically as carried out under authority of
the Child Nutrition Programs; and management and
training research, specifically pertinent to the Child
Nutrition Programs.
Michelle Robyn Vale has been appointed Assistant


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Executive Director of the President's Commission on
Personnel Interchange in charge of the Commission's
education program. She was formerly Special Assis-
tant to the Director of the Office of Exceptions
Review with the Price Commission, Miss Vale has also
held positions with the U.S. Office of Education, the
Los Angeles Public Library, and the System Develop-
ment Corporation of Santa Monica, Calif. She has
contributed to numerous library periodicals on
subjects including the regionalization of Federal pro-
grams, interstate compacts, and service for the
disadvantaged.
A. K. Johnson, Jr., of Atlanta, who recently retired
as Regional Commissioner of the National Archives
and Records Service, has been named to head the
Georgia Commission for the National Bicentennial
Celebration.
Maria B. Overholt of Piqua, Ohio, has been
appointed director of the federally-funded AIRS
Project. AIRS, an information network, serves library
users in Holmes, Harrison, Coshocton, and Tus-
carawas countries in Ohio.
A special panel headed by former Congressman
John 0. Marsh of Virginia has been appointed to con-
duct a search for a new Director for the American


Revolution Bicentennial Commission. Citizens are
encouraged to submit names of possible candidates to
Chairman David J. Mahoney, ARBC, 736 Jackson
Place, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20276.
The Library Faculty Constitution of the University
of Minnesota's Twin Cities Campus Libraries has
recently been approved by the Board of Regents.
Several years of discussion has resulted in a constitu-
tion which provides not only a voice in the establish-
ment of library policy by the professional staff but
also representation of the support staff members.
Copies of the constitution are available from Ralph
H. Hopp, Director of Libraries, University of Minne-
sota Twin Cities, Wilson Library, Minneapolis, Minn.
55455.
The newly formed Art Libraries Society-North
America (ARLIS/NA) will hold its first annual con-
ference at Columbia University on Tuesday, January
23, 1973. The organization, designed as a forum for
the exchange of information and materials on the
visual arts, plans to issue a bi-monthly newsletter to
all members.
For further information concerning ARLIS/NA
contact Judy Hoffberg, Brand Library, 1601 W.
Mountain St., Glendale, Calif. 91201.


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