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BRIEFLY SECESSION FORUM TO BE ON CAMPUS.

SYLMAR - A community forum on San Fernando Valley secession will be held from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Tuesday at Los Angeles Mission College.

Free parking is available at the college for the forum, to be held in the Campus Center auditorium.

Anti-secession speakers will include City Council President Alex Padilla, Irene Tovar of the Latin American Civic Association and Jim Burkhardt from the Mayor's Office. Speakers advocating secession will include Bob Scott from the Valley Industry and Commerce Association and Valley candidates Mel Wilson and Bennie Bernal.

- Daily News

Red Cross to draw blood at Oak View

OAK VIEW - A community blood drive will be held Tuesday at the district office of the Casitas Municipal Water District.

The blood drive, to benefit American Red Cross supplies, is scheduled for 2 to 8 p.m. in the board meeting room, 1055 Ventura Ave., in Oak View.

Appointments can be made by calling (805) 649-2233, Ext. 111.

- Daily News

Airport lawyers get new manager

City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo has announced the appointment of a managing assistant for his Airport Division.

Eduardo Angeles, who previously served as deputy city attorney for the San Francisco Attorney's Office, was named to the position Friday.

In his new job, Angeles will be responsible for the supervision of attorneys and support staff assigned to provide legal counsel to the Department of Airports, which oversees Los Angeles International, Ontario International, Van Nuys and Palmdale airports.

- Daily News

Rescued man has much to live for

VENTURA - After spending more than three months adrift at sea, Richard Van Pham said he prayed for a quick death.

Now, he has much to live for.

Since being rescued last month from his damaged sailboat off the coast of Costa Rica, Pham has received a number of gifts from around the world, including a new 25-foot sloop.

The donor, Erwin Freund, said Pham deserves it. ``He appeals to our alter ego,'' said Freund, a bioengineer from Camarillo. ``I'd like to be carefree and sailing. He's living the way I'd like to.''

Pham's new home occupies a prime slip in Ventura Harbor and has five sails, a radio, flares, television, VCR and small bedroom.

- Associated Press

19-year-old man stabbed in back

OXNARD - A 19-year-old Oxnard man was stabbed in the back during what appeared to be a gang-related attack inside a shopping mall Sunday, police said.

An Oxnard police commander, Joe Munoz, said the man was stabbed twice in the back at 4:52 p.m. at the Shopping at the Rose mall. He was taken to a nearby hospital for wounds that were not life-threatening.

- Daily News
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