The Van Nuys News from Van Nuys, California on April 25, 1968 · Page 68
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6-B-Centrol 2§-A-lur. 6-i-North e-i-Wnt M-i-Iatt T H E N E W S Van Nuys, (Calif.)--Thundoy, April 2»_,_1»6I Valley State Promotes 25 to Professor NEW OFFICERS of Encino Improvement Association include, from left, ·eated, Margaret Boyd, second vice-president, Judge Alfred B. Paonessa, president- John W. Givens, executive first vice-president; standing, Robert Fionto, treasurer; George Moss, third vice-president; and Alfred Lesin, first vice-presi- "dent. Not present was Harold Warden, secretary. Encino Group Reelects Judge Paonessa Judge Alfred E. Paonessa|reopen the study of C-4 zoning! Dr. Delmar T. Ovlatt, ac ing president of San Fernano Valley State College, has nnounced the promotion of 25 acuity members to the posi- on of full professor, effective ept. 1. Professorship is the highest ank of the four steps in the cale of faculty ranking. In the Dept. of English, promotions to full professorship a\e been awarded to Dr. Robert P Roberts of Woodand Hills, Richard C. Blakeslee of Sepulveda, Dr. 'ohn Clendennmg of Simi, 01- ver W. Evans and Dr Harry 'mestone, both of Northridge, and Dr. Ann Stanford of Beverly Hills Members of the Art Depart- |ment receiving promotions are Fritz Faiss and Ernest Velardi, both of Northridge. Foreign language department promotions have been awarded to Dr. Carmelo Gariano of Northridge and Dr. Moel Voge of Reseda. In the music department those advanced are Leonard Berkowitz of Northridge and Dr. Gerald Lawson of Chatsworth. Sudan wants portable weighing machines Dr Jerry R. Ball of Canoga Park and Dr Paul Thomas of Northridge were promoted in the physical education department Other faculty members who have been advanced to professor include Dr David B. Bidna (education), and Dr Don aid C. Butler (psychology) and Dr. DeWayne B Johnson (journalism), all of North ·idge, plus Dr. Donald J. Jameror, (speech) and Dr. Alen Dirrim (history) both of iranada Hills. Also promoted are Dr. Tung-Ming Lee (engineering), Dr. Ching Y. Liang (physics) and Dr. Richard E. Preston geography), all of North- ·idge, plus Dr. H. LeRoy Nyquist of Chatsworth chemistry), and Dr. Richard ;. Oldenburg of Thousand Oaks (foreign students adviser) and Clayton L. Som mers, of Los Angeles (business law). City Claims Precedent, Permit for Rally SERVE MILLIONS West Germany has more than 2,600,000 restaurants of some kind in places of work where factory workers, ·white- collar workers, officia's and soldiers -- 23,000,000 people altogether, eat daily A City Council committee today had claimed historic )recedent in refusing permission to th* Peace Action Council (PAC) to demonstrate on the Spring St. steps of City Hall against the Vietnam war. The Council's Public Works committee ruled the Spring St. steps had been historically reserved for governmental functions and not for public rallies. Committee action came af ter it had received a letter from Irving Sarnoff, chairman of PAC, notifying the city of plans for a three-hour antiwar rally between 2:30 p.m. and 5:30pm. Saturday. In addition to claiming his toric precedence, the commit tee also was warned that if the rally attracts 10.000 persons as ixpected, they could overflow into Spring St. and disrupt- traffic. Committee member Louti R. Nowell asked that th« com 1 - mittee report denying permil- sion to the PAC to use th« Spring St. side of City Hall t» drafted by the city attomey'r office to assure the city legal grounds. The PAC was refused a permit by the police commission- to stage a parade down Broadway Saturday. The Superior Court upheld the Police Commission last week. SPEND BILLIONS Farmers spent $4,800,000,000 fix machinery and motor vehicles a year ago, a record high. . has been reelected president of the Encino Improvement Association Also elected for the 1968 term, during a monthly meeting in the Oak Room, wert John W. Givens, executive first vice-president; Arnold Lesin, first vice president; Margaret Eoyd, second vlc« president; George Moss, third vice president; Harold Warden, secretary; and Robert Fiorito, treasurer. Elected as directors were Loren B'akeley, Gail Potter, FWrfght Nott, A T. Reiss, Don- a'ld Hanover, Di. Neal Marcot, George Moll, Helen Broughton, Sue Visco, Timothy Viole, Leonai cl McDonald, Mary Martinez. Fred De- Inca, Arthur Tuik. Mort Howaid, Ruth Slocum. Charles Bergin, Mel Maik and gtarrj' Kimpel. ·; At the same meeting, a proposed master plan for Encino wa» presented by George Moll After discussion, the ipembersliip voted to ask the Tuat Angeles Planning Dept to I Parks Completes Training ''Airman Phillip L. 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