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Page 608 - Cheek, we want to thank you and your associates for appearing before our committee at this time on behalf of your budget request for the fiscal year 1983.
Page 331 - Technical Processes Department and the Extension Department, now scattered in several locations throughout the city. Library materials now stored in several branches will also be moved to the new building where they will be readily available for the use of readers. The new Central Library will offer a number of additional and improved services, Including increased shelving capacity so the entire book collection will be on open shelves, thereby improving accessibility; increased closed stack space...
Page 329 - Logical organization of materials for convenient use through shelf arrangement, classification, and cataloging Lending of materials so that they may be used in the location and at the time suited to each individual...
Page 330 - shall consist of a central library and such number of branch libraries so located and so supported as to furnish books and other printed matter and information service convenient to the homes and offices of all residents of the said District.
Page 754 - I would like to have it inserted. [The statement follows:] Mr. Chairman and members of the House Subcommittee on Appropriations for the District of Columbia, I am Joseph H. Cole, Director, District of Columbia Department of Recreation. Accompanying me as witnesses are : Messrs.
Page 329 - Minimum Standards for Public Library Systems, 1966" : The aim of the public library is service to all the people. This encompasses individuals and groups of every age, education, philosophy, occupation, economic level, ethnic origin, and human condition.
Page 541 - ... homicide, forcible rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny ($50 and over), and automobile theft. Although police statistics gained acceptance largely as a result of realists...
Page 624 - Mr. NATCHER. Judge Greene, we want to thank you for appearing before our committee at this time in behalf of your budget requests.
Page 330 - Its function is to assemble, preserve, and make easily and freely available to all people the printed and other materials that will assist them to: Educate themselves continuously Keep pace with progress in all fields of knowledge Become better members of home and community Discharge political and social obligations Be more capable in their daily occupations Develop their creative and spiritual capacities Appreciate and enjoy works of art and literature Make such use of leisure time as will promote...
Page 233 - District by the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration of the Department of Justice under the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of...

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