Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1962 · Page 28
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 28

Long Beach, California
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Friday, March 30, 1962
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P9» B-IO--INDEPENDENT l *"« ··«·· «·"· ""·'· ""· »· »« "LBSC Slaff Urges Jtuis'c " A J2!:-|xrcent faculty'cated for all slate employes in salan- hike in California State^he governor's budget. , Amonc reasons for the |«y 80% in N.Y.C. Held Mentally Unhealthy BUFFALO, N. V. (UPI)--A Manhattan Study." to be pub-jClinict In metropolitan areas "Then by the laws of stalls- iffalo social scientist said lished today by McGraw-Hill lor mental treatment." ,tics, we were assured of hav- ; i asked in a resolu tion adopted !y the academic 1 . «. t t*i t incr"*!"·", t HU i *".·»»Jiunuii i ii vui ., , ,. »enate at Lons Ite.ich State . ' . , , i could benefit College. · llle b ' s of facull ' mmb!rs !a!nc unices. The raise would lie in ad- to higher-paying |ositions out ' dition to the r pvr cent allo- siile the college. Buffalo Thursday more than 80 prrlllook Co. The study area was detailed i"R a representative cross , ,, ,_,,«·" "' h c people living in, The exact location of the block by bloat, building by section to base our conclu the resolution cited!*TM'. \»*, : F«l^ P«M ; ly,study area was no^isclos^ buildin ,. a n j , artmcnt by ; s ions." it was a| ap artment. The '..CCO persons: According to the study "'""" "' interviewed were between 20 only 18.5 per cent were free from |97 |x:r cent white section ol Or. Marvin K. Opler. ,,ro-! mill " iwn Manhattan w i t h fcssor of social psychiatry at! 175 - 000 P«sons whose socio- tltc University of Uuffalo.!" 0 " 01 TM , s ,^tus ranged from said an Intense eight-hour « r " 1 wcalth \° Poverty study of midtown Manhattan! The research was conducted cliff - dwellers disclosed n 1 ^ °l ) ! er a n j four othcr so mental problem facin B cvcryi clal scic "^ s 'f , g riR'tropolitan area in t h e . _, , , , , countn* ' stuJy showed that the 'midtown Manhattan area was IT LEAVES YOU BREATHLESS : "Upwards of 80 per cent h.ive problems which could IIP helped," Opler told United Press International. "Previous 'studies have included only the known mental cases. Our study went into the side of the iceberg. not unique, Opler said, and could be every representative of American city. tensive socio-economic study ev'.'r conducted in this coun. 44=110 WONDER IT'S THE WORLD'S LARGEST SELLING VODKA u«f»;.!:':-vt)ti-.n.nm:«i«ii.s.i:i OH-tin. wncn. ew. t« ' "We covered the Gold * * * * ,Coast to the slums," the "WE f o u n d cverything;psychiatrist said. 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