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STAFF ASSISTANTS

DONNA M. BROTHER
GORDON E. CASEY
NICHOLAS G. CAVAROCCHI
DONALD L, DENTON
JIMMY R. FAIRCHILD
ROBERT B. FOSTER
JOHN M. GARRITY
AUBREY A. GUNNELS
MARGARET J. HANSEN
CHARLES G. HARDIN
F. MICHAEL HUGO
THOMAS J. KINGFIELD
ROBERT L. KNISELY
EDWARD E. LOMBARD
RICHARD N. MALOW

WILLIAM A. MARINELLI
AMERICO S. MICONI
DEMPSEY B. MIZELLE
FREDERICK G. MOHRMAN
JAMES A. MORRILL
ENID MORRISON
PETER J. MURPHY, Jr.
HENRY A. NEIL, Jr.
ROBERT C. NICHOLAS III
BYRON S. NIELSON
David R. OLSON
JOHN G. OSTHAUS
FREDERICK F. PFLUGER
JOHN G. PLASHAL
EDWIN F. POWERS

SAMUEL R. PRESTON
DONALD E. RICHBOURG
EARL C. SILSBY
G. HOMER SKARIN
C. WILLIAM SMITH
DONALD P. SMITH
CHARLES W. SNODGRASS
HUNTER L, SPILLAN
MICHAEL A. STEPHENS
PAUL E. THOMSON
GEORGE A. URIAN
DEREK J. VANDER SCHAAF
MICHAEL S. WEINBERGER
J. DAVID WILLSON

SUBVEYS AND INVESTIGATIONS

C. R. ANDERSON, Chief

DAVID A. SCHMIDT, Director
JAMES B. HYLAND, Assistant Director
ANTHONY J. GABRIEL, A 88istant Director

NOTE.—The Surveys and Investigations supervisory staff is supplemented by selected personnel borrowed on a reimbursable basis for varying lengths of time from various agencies to staff up specific studies and investigations. The current average annual full-time personnel equivalent is approximately 65.

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

GERARD J. CHOUINARD
PAUL V. FARMER
SANDRA A. GILBERT
ROBIN A. HARROLD
PATRICIA A. KEMP
VALRIE L. LAKE
JENI L LEASOR
Anna L. MANNING

MARCIA L. MATTS
FRANCES MAY
GENEVIEVE A. MEALY
LAWRENCE C. MILLER
TONI PERLA
KITTY L. RAY
DALE M. SHULAW

AUSTIN G. SMITH
CHRISTINE STOCKMAN
ANN M. STULL
BETTILOU TAYLOR
RANDOLPH THOMAS
SUSAN A. WEAVER
ELLEN C. ZACONSKY

SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR

1977

SUBCOMMITTEE ON DEPARTMENTS OF LABOR AND HEALTH,

EDUCATION, AND WELFARE

DANIEL J. FLOOD, Pennsylvania, Chairman WILLIAM H. NATCHER, Kentucky ROBERT H. MICHEL, Illinois NEAL SMITH, Iowa

SILVIO O. CONTE, Massachusetts EDWARD J. PATTEN, New Jersey GEORGE O'BRIEN, Illinois DAVID R. OBEY, Wisconsin EDWARD R. ROYBAL, California LOUIS STOKES, Ohio JOSEPH D. EARLY, Massachusetts Henry A. Neil, Jr., Frederick P. Pfluger, Robert L. Knisely, Nicholas G. Cavarocchi, Michael Stephens and Bettilou Taylor, Subcommittee Staff

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1977.

NATIONAL COMMISSION ON LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SCIENCE, FISCAL YEAR 1978 AND THE WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES, FISCAL YEAR 1977 SUPPLEMENTAL REQUEST

WITNESSES

MRS. BESSIE BOEHM MOORE, VICE-CHAIRMAN, NCLIS
FREDERICK BURKHARDT, CHAIRMAN, NCLIS
ALPHONSE F. TREZZA, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, NCLIS
MARY ALICE HEDGE RESZETAR, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
JERRY MANOLATAS, WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE PLANNER

Mr. Flood. We will take up the National Commission on Libraries and Information Science, and for the attention of the committee, we are going to hear both your regular 1978 request—for the Commission, that is and your 1977 supplemental request for the White House Conference on Libraries.

In order to expedite the hearings we will combine these two requests into one hearing.

The presentation will be made by Bessie Moore, the Vice Chairman of the NCLIS, and we have a biographical sketch of you which we will place in the record at this point. [The sketch follows:]

NATIONAL COMMISSION ON LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SCIENCE

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

Name: Frederick Burkhardt.

Position: Chairman, National Commission on Libraries and Information Science.

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Birthplace and date: New York, N.Y., September 13, 1912.

Education: Columbia University, 1933, B.A.; Oriel College, Oxford University, 1935, B. Litt. ; Columbia University, 1940, Ph. D.; University of Michigan, 1968, LL.D.

EXPERIENCE 1971–Present: Chairman, National Commission on Libraries and Information Science.

1975: President-emeritus, American Council of Learned Societies.
1967: Vice chairman, National Advisory Commission on Libraries.
1957–1974: President, American Council of Learned Societies.
1947–1957: President, Bennington College, Bennington, Vt.
1946–1947: Associate professor of philosophy, University of Wisconsin.
1945-1946 : Department of State.
1943–1945 : Office of Strategic Services.
1937–1943: Assistant professor of philosophy, University of Wisconsin.

Association memberships : Phi Beta Kappa, American Philosophical Association, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, American Antiquarian Society.

NATIONAL COMMISSION ON LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SCIENCE

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

Bessie Boehm Moore.- Vice Chairman, NCLIS. Commissioner since 1970.

Degrees.--BSE State College of Arkansas, Conway, Ark., MA University of
Connecticut, Storrs, Conn.
Experience

Chairman, Arkansas Library Commission.
National Advisory Commission on Libraries, 1966-68..

Executive director, Arkansas State Council on Economic Education, State department of Education, 1962– –.

State coordinator of environmental education, State Department of Education, Little Rock, Ark., 1970–74.

State supervisor of economic education, State Department of Education, Little Rock, Ark., 1962–74.

State supervisor of elementary education, State Department of Education,
Little Rock, Ark., 1958 65.
Honors

Arkansas women of the year, 1952.
Awarded honorary doctor of laws degree, University of Arkansas, 1958.

Appointed in 1961 by Secretary McNamara to the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services (DACOWITS), 1961–64.

Only woman speaker at Southern Governors Conference at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., August, 1963.

Awarded Distinguished Service Award, American Association of University
Women, May, 1966.

Distinguished Alumni Award, University of Arkansas, 1974.
Member board of directors, First National Bank of Little Rock, 1971–
Member of the board, Arkansas Foundation of Associated Colleges, 1975

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH Name: Alphonse F. Trezza

Degrees.—University of Pennsylvania, B.S., 1948. Library Certificate, Drexel, 1949. University of Pennsylvania, M.S., 1950. Experience

Executive Director, National Commission on Libraries and Information Science, 1975–

Director, Illinois State Library, 1970–75.

Associate executive director for administration services, American Library Association, 1967–70.

Associate executive director of American Library Association, and executive secretary, Library Administration Division of American Library Association. 1960_67.

Executive director of the Catholic Library Association, and Editor of "Catholic Library World," 1956-60. Head, circulation department, University of Pennsylvania Library, 1950-56.

Lacturer, Graduate Department of Library Science, Drexel University, 1951-60. Honors

Outstanding Alumnus Award, 1963, Drexel Graduate School of Library
Science.

Special Librarian's Citation, Illinois Library Association, 1965.
Outstanding Librarian's Citation, Illinois Library Association, 1973.

Mr. Flood. Now, you have some people with you you would like to introduce to us?

Mrs. MOORE. Yes, sir, Mr. Chairman. The Chairman of our Commission, Dr. Frederick Burkhardt on my left; Executive Director, Mr. Alphonse F. Trezza on my right, and Mr. Jerry Manolatas, who has been helpful in planning previous White House Conferences, and Mrs. Mary Alice Hedge Reszetar our Associate Director.

They are all here hopefully to answer any questions which the committee has.

Mr. FLOOD. You understand, it's been made very clear to you now, for obvious reasons, we are covering the supplemental and the 1978 request.

And I see you have a prepared statement. How are you going to handle that?

Mrs. MOORE. I will read a brief statement.
Mr. Flood. You are going to submit it for the record ?
Mrs. MOORE. Submit

it for the record, yes. Mr. Flood. Won't you have two statements ?

OPENING STATEMENT

Mrs. MOORE. Yes; I will submit them both and make a correction in one of them before I submit it. But let me read the very brief statement about what I plan to do.

Thank you for this opportunity to appear today on behalf of the National Commission on Libraries and Information Science.

We are here today to testify on two budgets: The regular appropriation for support of the National Commission on Libraries and Information Science, and the budget request for the White House Conference on Library and Information Services, and the preceding State conferences, which the National Commission will conduct with the aid of an advisory committee. We have submitted budget justifications for each of the requests. In the interest of saving time, I will not read the testimony I have prepared for the National Commission's regular budget but will summarize the highlights. With the chairman's permission, may we ask that the complete testimony be inserted in the official hearing record.

This year, the Commission's request is for $563,000, a $55,000 increase over fiscal year 1977. The increase includes funds for one additional secretarial position and funds to cover normal cost-of-living increases in salaries and in such items as telephones, postage, maintenance, etc. This committee, last year, approved our request for two additional secretaries. You will recall that in the House-Senate Conference Committee, based on recommendation of the Senate, there was a compromise, and we were allowed only one secretarial position. We

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