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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 15, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Revised Schedules for 3 Library Story Hours Pre-school story hours at the Cedar Rapids public Ii-brary and at the Edgewood and Kenwood branches will get underway this week with a revised schedule. The primary change will be in the downtown program which will be conducted in the First Presbyterian church In order to ease the space problem in the main library, the board of trustees voted to convert the auditorium, where the story hours were held •previously, into a stack storage area The move was dictated by the fact that new stacks already had been added wherever possible in other areas of the library and the basement storage area was at capacity. Library Director Thomas Carney said. He also pointed out that no other room in the library is large enough «.o accomodate the story hour program. Any attempt to use the children’s room would have required Dr. Manville To Head Fund Unit C.I. Rice, 1974 United Way campaign chairman, has announced the appointment of Dr James C. Manville, Fairfax, as chairman of unit 5 (professions, clergy, state and county employes). Dr. Manville has been a volunteer in United Way activities since 1934, serving on the original board of directors and Dr. James Manville seriously limiting” the stack arca for children's books. The downtown story hour will tx* Thursdays, starting this week, from IO 45 to ll 15 am in the lower level lounge of the First Presbyterian church, across the street from the library at Third avenue and Fifth street SE. The Kenwood story hour also will be Thursdays from 9:45 to 10:15 a rn The Edgewood story hour will be Wednesdays from 1:15 to I 35 pm. The story hours, in which the story teller tells arid acts out stories, are designed primarily for youngsters three to five years of age, inclusive. They are open without charge. 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