Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1963 · Page 29
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SOUTHLAND SCENE . Independent Fairview Probe Asked t PT laowm* t»riM The California Council for Retarded' C k l l d r c a Thursdiy asked Gov. Brmn to appoint an independent medical teain to investigate Fairview State Hospital at Costa Mesa. . . , ·Previously, a c o u n c i l Spokesman and two other 4-omen bad charged that Fairview patients had been abused in · at least two wards. · A team of investigators from the California Department of Mental Hygiene a now at Fairview investigating conditions. T h e stitt also has asked the fjrzntt County district attorney's office and Atty. Gen. Stanley Mosk to determine whether Fairview patients have beea mistreated. The coundTs request also asked the governor to establish a commission to study and evaluate lines of administrative authority ia all state hospitals. Dr. Zoleika Yarrejl, who . has taken over acting su- perintendency and medical direction of Fairview State Hospital, has ordered registered nurses to be in charge of security wards--where alleged abuses of some patients ha's led to an investigation. Marine 1 ! Wife Shot SANTA ANA--The petite Japanese wife of a U. S. M a r i n e was shot and wounded Thursday in a family quarrel. Police said Mrs. Norita Williams. 28.-of 1124 W. Fourth SU was shot ia the Ship Arrivals, Departures , (CanwM B Mama Excfcanatt ACTIVE VEUELS n P01T Area;* 32 Onstitueiw W*x-nrl_107 FBt?«««rcan)» tin (A Ajr 1 Sauna Cr! Acaautt wex IT; Hanjme. Une with a .22-caliber slug fired by her husband Lance Cpt Ralph WiHiams, 28. Mrs. Williams was rushed to surgery in Santa' Ana Community Hospital, where doctors said her condition was not serious. Williams was booked into Orange County jail on an intent-to- commit-murder charge. lion Referral Plan GARDEN GROVE -- A "referral" sales operation here that allegedly offered persons buying household appliances up to S3.000 for supplying names of potential customers Thursday was enjoined from continuing business in California. Superior Court Judge pro tern Andrew Weisz handed down final judgment in Los Angeles against J. Leighton Garner, doing business as Production Specialties Ice. The action had been tsied by Alt. Gen. Stanley Mosk. Moik said salesmen made false representations to persons b u y i n g appliances through the firm by intimating they would receive the appliances at no cost in addition to earning up to $3,000 for supplying names of possible customers. * u SSSSJIS -IB!» -H- LIT* . -J.B-** Ktaveness Ur* -- LV-1 Inter-ocean LHII _ t t n Warm Carman wv*i» - t - « .VKW^H - !» UM _ADr. I Saa Fraa. i Lumoar Co. Aar. I Coos In larrierli. ca. Aar. I San Diesa i Una . Dtfitttdvt (Ou« ___ .LB * Fred Ot -- _I35 AJ Pir _____ --- 23 K. R. Cfian*erti.i ___ _ __ ____ -- , -- 1^5 Cancarctt Oe lUv. ftn Aer. 9 Richmond -- 1U Hol1«na A-rcf. Unt *p 4 London Dyke Ruling A'cor V P-T In AmKt B»rea» The State Public Utilities Commission may rule nest week on whether to approve sale of Pyk« Water Ca facilities in the pry of Anaheim to that city for SIS mOIioa. George G. Grover, PUC president, concluded a two- day hearing Thursday in Los Angeles on whether such a transfer of facilities would be "in the public interest." The PUC says that the State Public Utilities Code requires PUC approval be- fore airy utility can sell or dispose ft any part of its faculties. Attorneys for Dyke and the city, however, contend that Pt'C does not have jurisdiction, since the transfer is being handled as a condemnation action by Anaheim. Joseph Geisler, Anaheim city attorney, urged the PUC to consider the matter nert week, and Grover said this was possible. 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