CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 10, 1995 |
After three decades of existence, the San Fernando Valley Interfaith Council next week will elect its first nonwhite president--the Rev. Dudley D. Chatman, pastor of the Valley's oldest African American church. The Pacoima minister--whose nomination is not expected to be opposed in Wednesday's council elections in Granada Hills--has been the interfaith body's vice president for community response for two years.