Valley News from Van Nuys, California on April 6, 1965 · Page 5
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April 6, 1965--Von Nuys (Colif.) T H E N E W S A Central--*** WHERE LIFE IS CHEEP-CHEEP Northridge Youngsters Adopt 3 Orphan Birds By POLLY SPAIN Life is not considered cheap by members of the Jack Dillis family who kept a 'round-the-clock vigil over the lives of three tiny orphans, victims of a broken nest However, while the birds were guests there was a lot of cheeping going on at 9955 Wish Ave., Northridge, as the star board ers sang for their supper and about 20 other meals a day. The newly-hatched birds \vere found by Dindee 7, and her brother Jimmy 4 in the front yard of the Dillis home. And then for a long time there was no baking done by Mrs. Dillis as the newcomers took over the oven as an incubator. Dindee was in charge of feeding which was done .with an eye dropper. Jimmy au- cepted the responsibility of supplying worms to fill the hungry mouths which always seemed to be open for more. Worms had to toe ground before being fed to the babies and Jimmy m a s t e r e d that technique, t h o u g h it took much nose-wrinkling and several gulps to keep his own College Band to Premiere New Work NORTHRIDGE --San Fernando Valley State College concert band, directed by Clarence W i g g i n s , Music Dept chairman, will present a premier concert on Thursday and Friday, .at 8:30 p.m. in Campus Theater. The. band will world premiere Leonard Berkowitz's "Divertimento for Symphonic Winds," a work written especially for the conference. Berkowitz chairs the theory and composition section of the Valley State Music Depl. The concert will also present two soloists, Peter Hewitt, applied music faculty member, in the Henry CoweU "Concerto for Piano andhunch. Band" music major, in rail's "Elegy for Band." Other works program will be and Jane A'ieregg, John Ver- Oboe and on the Tschaikov- sky's "1812 Overture"; Bishop's "Grand Military March; Bach's Prelude and Fugue in E Minor; begging" 'The Gods Go Aby Handel, and '·'Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral" by Wagner. Assistant conductor Robert Del- wane will direct Gustave Hoist's "Suite in E Flat' 1 and Vincent Persichetti's "Psalm for Band." The band has been selected to perform at the Music Educators National Conference in Long Beach April 13. Ticket information may be obtained by phoning the box office, 349-1200, Ext. 555 during hours from p.m. stomach in place while performing the task. This seems to be an ideal place to change the subject. Last report is the foundlings were doing nicely. Come next spring they probably will be raising families of their own and Dindee and Jimmy hope they will profit by their parents' mistake and build their nests more se- curelv. Easter Week Events Set at Teen Center VAN NUYS--A variety of Easter Week activities are available at the Valley Teen Center, 17400 Victors' Blvd., "or the pleasure of stay-at- home young people. Kick-off event will be a talent show presented Monday, April 12 from 7 to 9 p.m. Each of the special interest groups at the center will select contestants to perform. Climax act .of the evening will be presented by Mike Schy,-'' professional panto- mimist. Coordinating the event are Pat Herson and Dick Radke, guitar instructors, and Ken Cohen, theatrical workshop leader at the center. Dancing will conclude the evening. Tuesday. April 13, surfers, sunners and swimmers will head for the beach. Teens will leave by bus from the Teen Center at 9 a.m. and return at 4:30 p.m. for barbecue, sports and a movie. The fee of S1.50 includes bus fare and barbecue. Teens are asked to bring a sack Federation Intimates Suit to Force Teacher Hearings SING FOR SUPPER -- Dindee Dillis 7, administers tender loving care to foundlings adopted by Northridge family. Babies thrived on diet of ground worms and water while cozily ensconced in oven at Jack Dillis home. Watch it. Mom, don't turn that dial! 10 a.m. to 2 telephone 11911. Wednesday, April 14, the Rondells, a girls' Teen Center social-service club, will sponsor the bunny hop to be held from 7 to 11 p.m. Gene Weed, host of television's "Shivaree" will be the guest of the evening. Dancing will be to the music of the "El Dorados." Teens attending this dance are also asked to bring one new toy or book for young patients at Children's Hospital. The Rondells will deliver the items the next day to the children. Thursdy, April 15, a bus load of young people will leave the center at 9 a.m. to spend the morning picnicking at Griffith Park and visiting the new zoo. To obtain further information on the center's activities 342-3186 or 987- FOR THE BIRDS -- Jimmy Dillis 4, is chief worm digger to provide 'round-the-clock nourishment for three tiny birds cared for by Jack Dillis family. Youngster was kept busy by hearty appetites of ever-hungry boarders. TheNWS phou» Feasibility of Creating Appeals Board Requested OWNER OF BAR LOSES BANK BAG TO LONE BANDIT A Northridge bar owner was forced at gunpoint t o j turn over S796 in currency! and checks to a robber who held him up as he attempted to leave his bar and mtk« a bank deposit. Joseph Fortin 48, own«r of Al Stan's bar, 18251 Parthenia St., toid West Valley police he was going out the rear door of the bar when he observed the gunman come in. The bandit ordered Fortin. Give me the money," as he shoved an automatic in Fortin's side. Fortin reported he turned the bank bag over to the gunman who then ran out the rear door into the alley. Police said Fortin and Rob ert Kelly of Northridge. attempted to chase the robber but were ordered back into the bar by the gunman who threatened them with the cocked gun. The American Federation of Teachers. Local 1021, AFL- CIO, yesterday intimated it would sue the Los Angeles Board of Education to compel it to comply with the union's request for a board review to hear complaints brought by teachers against a principal of a Los Angeles high school, if the Board doesn't act promptly. The threat intimation was mads by Rodger Segure, chairman of the union's grievance committee, who said the union had waited long enough "for the Board to comply with its own rules." He said a Board rule requires that the superintendent set up a grievance committee to hear complaints when they are brought but that S u p e r i n t e n d e n t of Schools Jack P. Crowther has refused to act Mrs. Mary Tinglof said she would introduce a motion next Thursday or Monday asking the Board to overrule the Superintendent. There was no action yesterday because only four Board members were present. Three members, C h a r l e s Reed Smoot, Dr. Ralph Richardson and Dr. H. C, Willett, were in Boston attending a convention on the National School Boards Association. Board member J. C. Chambers, commented at the meeting "this is a tempest in a teapot, anyhow." It was intimated that if the Board hears the matter it may do so in executive session because personalities are involved. Meet In Bangkok ? The International Commission of Jurists beld a conference of law specialist* from 14 Asian and Pacific countries In Bangkok recently. TOW IHAVI DECIDED r. T INCOME TAX. TAX TIM D. »·« ·*· · MM ' · . . . DONT USE T » YM MH PUT *M YM . . **M to SIT A * CONFUHD1I . . . Mr»'i * PIP TOO IAHN OVM $1.Mf TM k«T. -Mtn Mrtwul « S FORM . . . 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