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February 27, 1996 | FRANK B. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some things, like pushing old women out of line or snatching candy from babies, are bad form even for crooks. Somebody ought to tell that to the vandals who trashed a San Fernando Valley Little League ballpark. Less than two weeks from opening day on March 9, the West Valley Little League is facing an empty "field of dreams." Vandals broke into the team equipment shed, ransacked a snack bar and spray-painted their juvenile gang tag all over the team's facilities at Oxnard and Louise avenues.
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March 5, 1996 | FRANK B. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In an odd way, the vandal attack at the West Valley Little League's ball field helped the league more than it hurt it. Teenage vandals ransacked a supply shed, leaving $2,500 in damage, but the league has already gathered about $10,000 in donations--enough money to fix other nagging problems at the Encino field.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 27, 1996
Some things, like pushing old women out of line or snatching candy from babies, is bad form even for crooks. Somebody ought to tell that to the vandals who trashed a San Fernando Valley Little League ballpark. Less than two weeks from opening day March 9, the West Valley Little League is facing an empty "Field of Dreams." Vandals broke into the team equipment shed, ransacked a snack bar and spray-painted their gang tag all over the team's facilities in Encino.
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March 1, 1996
The West Valley Little League has received more than 25 offers of cash and assistance to repair its vandalized snack bar and equipment storage facilities. Following a story in The Times on Tuesday about the damage, San Fernando Valley residents offered gifts ranging from hot dogs to bats to money. An Encino law firm, Cohen & Steinbrecher, will pay for the bulk of the estimated $2,500 in damage, apparently done by graffiti vandals.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 5, 1996 | FRANK B. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In an odd way, the vandal attack at the West Valley Little League's ball field helped the league more than it hurt it. Teenage vandals ransacked a supply shed, leaving $2,500 in damage, but the league has already gathered about $10,000 in donations--enough money to fix other nagging problems at the Encino field.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 29, 1996 | FRANK B. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The calls began coming in early in the morning. And in just a few short hours, the West Valley Little League had received more than 25 offers of cash and assistance to repair its vandalized snack bar and equipment storage facilities. Following a story in The Times on Tuesday about the damage, San Fernando Valley residents offered gifts ranging from hot dogs to bats to money.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 1, 1996
The West Valley Little League has received more than 25 offers of cash and assistance to repair its vandalized snack bar and equipment storage facilities. Following a story in The Times on Tuesday about the damage, San Fernando Valley residents offered gifts ranging from hot dogs to bats to money. An Encino law firm, Cohen & Steinbrecher, will pay for the bulk of the estimated $2,500 in damage, apparently done by graffiti vandals.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 29, 1996 | FRANK B. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The calls began coming in early in the morning. And in just a few short hours, the West Valley Little League had received more than 25 offers of cash and assistance to repair its vandalized snack bar and equipment storage facilities. Following a story in The Times on Tuesday about the damage, San Fernando Valley residents offered gifts ranging from hot dogs to bats to money.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 27, 1996 | FRANK B. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some things, like pushing old women out of line or snatching candy from babies, are bad form even for crooks. Somebody ought to tell that to the vandals who trashed a San Fernando Valley Little League ballpark. Less than two weeks from opening day on March 9, the West Valley Little League is facing an empty "field of dreams." Vandals broke into the team equipment shed, ransacked a snack bar and spray-painted their juvenile gang tag all over the team's facilities at Oxnard and Louise avenues.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 27, 1996
Some things, like pushing old women out of line or snatching candy from babies, is bad form even for crooks. Somebody ought to tell that to the vandals who trashed a San Fernando Valley Little League ballpark. Less than two weeks from opening day March 9, the West Valley Little League is facing an empty "Field of Dreams." Vandals broke into the team equipment shed, ransacked a snack bar and spray-painted their gang tag all over the team's facilities in Encino.
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