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November 9, 1990 | JOSEPH N. BELL
Hershell Hardimon didn't get over to the homeless folks around the Santa Ana Courthouse with his breakfast rolls and bread last Monday. "I didn't have anything sweet," he explained, "that would go very good with coffee in the morning." But he was there Tuesday. And Wednesday. Just as he's been there virtually every morning for the past three years--passing out food and a dash of his special brand of cheer to people who have neither.
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November 9, 1990 | JOSEPH N. BELL
Hershell Hardimon didn't get over to the homeless folks around the Santa Ana Courthouse with his breakfast rolls and bread last Monday. "I didn't have anything sweet," he explained, "that would go very good with coffee in the morning." But he was there Tuesday. And Wednesday. Just as he's been there virtually every morning for the past three years--passing out food and a dash of his special brand of cheer to people who have neither.
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December 18, 1990
I applaud The Times and Joseph Bell for the touching tribute to the man who is making a difference in the lives of those less fortunate than he. In these days of insatiable greed, it was refreshing to read the story about Hershell Hardimon, who works all day shining and fixing shoes and then spends mornings and evenings collecting and distributing food to the homeless. It was an inspiring Thanksgiving story. GWENDOLYN F. KOZMANIrvine
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