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PROPOSED ANNUAL CONFEREN
The following proposed annual
resolution policy is being presen
OLA board of directors September 9
shaping our irTlage
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doption as the Official Resolution P~~~==~~
for Conference October 12-14, 1978.
1. Resolutions to be presented during
the business meeting Thursday, October
12, 1978 , 8:00 p.m. must, be submitted
to the Resolutions Committee
no later than September 20, 1978. Ad·
dress signed resolutions to OLA
RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE, 40 South
Third Street , #409, Columbus , OH
2. Resolutions in legible form may be
submitted to the Resolutions Committee
prior to 8:00 p.m. Thursday,
October 12, 1978 to be acted upon
during the annual business meeting
Friday, October 13 , 1978 at 2:00 p.m.
The Resolutions Committee consists of
Jane McGregor, Past President and Chair,
Barbara Clark, Chair, Organization Committee
and one member appointed by the president.
NEW STATE LlBRAR1AN NAMED
Richard M. Cheski, Director , Oceanside,
New York Public Library, has been named director
of the State Library of Ohio . Mr.
Cheski will assume the position September 1,
Cheski was formerly assistant state lifarian
for development from 1970-74 and
_~ate librarian for . Colorado .
'PSYCHOLOGIST EXTRAORD1NA1RE' TO SPEAK
DURING OLA CONFERENCE IN CLEVELAND
Dr. Joyce Brothers.,"psychologist extraordinaire"
has been selected to be banquet
speaker for the annual OLA/OLTA conference to
be held at Stouffers Inn-on-the-Square, Cle v~land,
October 12-14 .
Dr. Brothers earned a Ph.D. from Columbia
University. She attributes her success largely
to a genuine empathy with her audience and
an ability to dispense sound advice in simple
language unencumbered by professional jargon.
There is a wealth of thought behind the seemingly
simple adv ice Joyce Brothers dispenses
in her columns or broadcasts, "I attempt to
give people information which will be of some
service to them in everyday living."
Dr . Brothers has authored two books, Ten
Days ~~ Successful Memory, a resource manual
for rembering peoples' names and faces .
Better Than Ever is a winning endorsement of
her belrer-t~it is only when a woman passes
forty and her children are on their own
that she can be free to 1 ive her most exciting
years - putting a lifetime of wisdom and
competence to work . (Continued p . 2)