Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1962 · Page 11
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 11

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, April 4, 1962
Page 11
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Ask County lor 'Mental Clinic Here Unanimous a p p r o v a l It xtiticn for county - s t a t e unds to provide adult men- al-health services In 1-ong Jcach was civcn Tuesday by *ity Council. The petition will be in the 'orm or .1 resolution urging hat county supervisors pro tide sufficient funds in 111 1 . 1 1902-6.1 county budget tc istablish an in-patient · an'. ut-patient adult m c n t a ic.ilth clinic in Long Beach Appnval of the request, Khich is expected, would in' , /olve an estimated $160,000 :ost shared equally by Los Angeles County and the state under terms of the Short Doyle Act. Probable site o! the clinic would be El Cer rito Hospital, the former Sea side Hospital, now county FAN FARE By Walt D'ltscn 4-4 LONDON (UPJ)-A survey f 7.000 children made by xmdon university students tas concluded that the first owned and operated. » · · · PETITION'TO the county for adult care by-passed strenuous objections of a number of councilmcn to use of Short- Doyle on a city-state basis. Councilman W i l l i a m A. Graham explained the council accord in his observation that, "We're merely asking the county for what we've been paying for and not re ccivinp. We're in no v.-ay get ting our fair share of services for the taxes.we pay to the county." Further clear sailing for the clinic was indicated in a report by City Manager John R. M a n s e 11 showing that Dr. Harry R. Brcckman, director at of the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Hygiene, acknowledged the need for such a clinic here and "indicated that he was definitely planning to include a request in his preliminary budget" foi it. IN TWO corollary action? the council designated it: chief 'and most vocal advo catc for adult mental hcalt! services, Robert F. Crow, to act as council representative the June budget hearing of the supervisors. On Crow's m o t i o n , til council also approved instruc tions to the city manager to include in his lOKJ-K! budge a $.10,000 item for strength cning the local children's psy rhiatric clinic. First-Horn Ha* Edge bom, whether boy or girl, tends to be the most clever and successful child in a fanv ily. /Johnnie^. i Walker tf, ^ ieou«o , tltl CJI%5 j,, 0 , 5 ·UXUD JCOICH WHISK It I rtOOF lnroittD IT C»«»M CIl COrC»!IO«. »· f C«M, IT WONT WORKT Don'l ivear at 111 Check "Call an Expert" In Clajjided^ for · nibble serviceman. MARINELLO Announces a-New EVENING CLASS BEAUTY TRAINING Marinetlo school it now accepting a limited select group for an evening program for beginners, coniiiting of fwa evenings a week and all day Saturdays. This program will enable those selected to prepare for a MARINELLO BEAUTY CAREER without quilting present jobil Reservations are now being accepted to those qualifying by personal interview. ''' ACT NOW! Contact the Registrar MARINELLO BEAUTY SCHOOL 416 Pine HE 5-9109 HIV AM) sixinis AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S (where you'll find the nicest ways to get away!) You ;ivon't find a vacation-brightening variety like this anywhere else. And now that spring has sprung, the buys are just as tempting as the weather. Look over the models you see here--and all the other wonderful Chevrolet ways to go wandering--and then pick the one that offers you and your family the nicest way to pack up and go. Your choice of 11 new- size Chevy II models, including America's lowest priced 3-seat station wagon.* Fourteen spacious, spirited Jet-smooth Chevrolets that ride, like a family room on wheels. And a nifty, nimble crew of rear-engine Corvairs that specialize in serving up sports car scamper, family style. Even Grccnbrier Sports Wagons with up to twice the lotin' space of ordinary wagons! How's that for versatility! All yours for the viewing and the choosing. And under one roof, too! Three complete lines of cars--and we mean complete--to cover just about any kind of goingyou could have in mind. You just won't find better pickings in size, sizzle and savings anywhere under the sun. And you couldn't pick a better time than now -- during your Chevrolet dealer's Fun and Sun Days. ·fisaJ upon iMnu/ailu/crj' iu;;c:'«f retail pticu. NEW BEL AIR 4-DOOR STATION WAGON Here's a Jit-smonthic that rides just right, loaded m light. It's got a chopping fl7.5-c«.-/'- care and Full Coil suspension that gitcs rough roads the silent treatment. CORVAIR MOXZA 4-DOOR SEDAN FIOIH tnnri\n iiitfriiirs ta tiiK-faotal feat, this OIH'S jnl H Juil It lairs In mnlc rpotl of iitosl any trip. If you haicn't yd sampled the joys uf Monza-iiig, j/uu'rc gut a tieat coming. · · · e e * * t e a e e * a e e i e e e e e e t i NEW CHEVY II NOVA STATION WAGON How'd yon like to lakh onlo a tcagon that sells at a compact price, yet really goes for loads in a big jcaj/? Here 'tis! This one's got a longer load floor than anil compact--orer 0 Jt. tcilh fccond scat and tailgate down. Got an easygoing ride, too, thanks to firm lul Mono-Plate rear springs. See the new Chevrolet, Chevy II and Corvair at your Chevrolet dealer's One-Slop Shopping Center

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