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October 7, 1987 | TERRY PRISTIN, Times Staff Writer
A man described by prosecutors as the ringleader of an illegal cheese-making operation in South-Central Los Angeles was sentenced Tuesday to five months in jail after he pleaded no contest to two violations of the state Health and Safety Code. Gustavo Hernandez, 43, was arrested last July during a raid at a garage and other buildings in the 5100 block of Ascot Avenue.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 7, 1987 | TERRY PRISTIN, Times Staff Writer
A man described by prosecutors as the ringleader of an illegal cheese-making operation in South-Central Los Angeles was sentenced Tuesday to five months in jail after he pleaded no contest to two violations of the state Health and Safety Code. Gustavo Hernandez, 43, was arrested last July during a raid at a garage and other buildings in the 5100 block of Ascot Avenue.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 17, 1994
Police have identified a bullet-riddled body found Aug. 8 near a construction site as that of a 19-year-old Santa Ana man. Gustavo Hernandez's burned and partially decomposed body was found in the area of Diamante and Calle Fino Clarete by two people searching for a lost animal. He had been shot several times in the chest, police said. Hernandez's 19-year-old girlfriend, whose identity was not released by police, last saw him Aug. 4 and reported him missing to Santa Ana police on Sept.
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December 27, 1987 | BERND DEBUSMANN, Reuters
Potbellied children play naked in the dust of an unpaved road. Women wash dishes in a pool of stagnant, reeking water. Pigs root in piles of rubbish. People defecate in the open. Families live crammed 10 to a room, sleeping crosswise for lack of space. Shacks are fashioned of corrugated iron, cardboard and plywood. Nightlife centers around rough dance halls where a partner can be had for 25 cents a dance, half the price of a bottle of beer.
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July 11, 1987 | JACK JONES, Times Staff Writer
Ten men were charged Friday with illegally producing soft cheese in a South-Central Los Angeles residential garage and other outbuildings under what City Atty. James K. Hahn called "primitive and unsanitary" conditions. Hahn said the clandestine factory, which turned out queso fresco cheese and a sour cream-style milk product called crema , was a "menace to public health" and that the garage housing the processing equipment was infested with cockroaches, flies and ants.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 5, 2002 | JOCELYN Y. STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Luz Reyes made the journey because her rent is increasing $300, and there is no way she can pay it. Esperanza Santiago came because the city is forcing her eviction from the garage she has lived in for 12 years, and she has nowhere to go. Patrick O'Rourke trekked here to tell his story of complaining about unsafe conditions in his building, then being forced to move. He had no means of fighting back.
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November 15, 1992 | KATHY McDONALD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Some college students have turned to the Boy Scouts to break the cycle of poverty and gangs in a San Marcos neighborhood where fourth-graders run with the "Smurfs" branch of an older gang. Few of these Palomar Community College students were in Scouts themselves, but they hope Scouting's discipline and emphasis on service will help the children not only survive without gangs, but also thrive.
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January 25, 1998 | MARY BETH SHERIDAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When he wants to worship, farmer Gustavo Hernandez sneaks out the back of a local grocery store and ducks into a dim storage room, where the Virgin Mary shares space with hundreds of ears of corn and a few scrabbling chickens. The makeshift altar to the Virgin is only a short walk from this village's imposing Spanish-colonial Roman Catholic church. But Hernandez won't go near that structure. "If we go to the church, they'll surround it and kill us," the 46-year-old peasant says softly.
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June 22, 2001 | JACK PETERS, INTERNATIONAL MASTER
June 22, 2001 Position No. 5643: White to play and win. From the game M. Robertson -K. Tatum, PSW Open, Los Angeles 2001. Solution to Position No. 5642: Black wins with 1 ... Kf5 2 a5 Nd8! 3 axb6 Nf7 4 bxa7 g6 mate. PACIFIC SOUTHWEST OPEN The Pacific Southwest Open, the Santa Monica Bay Chess Club's traditional summer tournament held on the Fourth of July for 40 years, shifted to June 15-17 this year and still attracted a fair turnout of 126 players.
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