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July 21, 1989 | DAVAN MAHARAJ, Times Staff Writer
Ollie Thompson, the disabled woman who faced eviction from her South Los Angeles apartment because she took in two foster children, will get to keep her home after all. Her landlord, Lynda K. Starling, on Thursday dropped a lawsuit that sought to evict Thompson from the apartment she has been living in for 14 years. "I am happy. I am really happy. My burden has been lifted," Thompson, 58, said repeatedly, planting kisses on her attorneys outside a downtown courtroom.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 21, 1989 | DAVAN MAHARAJ, Times Staff Writer
Ollie Thompson, the disabled woman who faced eviction from her South Los Angeles apartment because she took in two foster children, will get to keep her home after all. Her landlord, Lynda K. Starling, on Thursday dropped a lawsuit that sought to evict Thompson from the apartment she has been living in for 14 years. "I am happy. I am really happy. My burden has been lifted," Thompson, 58, said repeatedly, planting kisses on her attorneys outside a downtown courtroom.
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July 8, 1989 | DAVAN MAHARAJ, Times Staff Writer
Ollie Thompson, 58, thought she was doing a good deed when she took in two distant relatives as foster children. But what she thought was an act of compassion may cost her the apartment she has lived in for 14 years. Thompson's landlord is seeking to evict her. The grounds for the suit: Thompson is harboring two "illegal occupants," 3-year-old Charlie Thomas and his 16-month-old sister Diane Parker.
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July 8, 1989 | DAVAN MAHARAJ, Times Staff Writer
Ollie Thompson, 58, thought she was doing a good deed when she took in two distant relatives as foster children. But what she thought was an act of compassion may cost her the apartment she has lived in for 14 years. Thompson's landlord is seeking to evict her. The grounds for the suit: Thompson is harboring two "illegal occupants," 3-year-old Charlie Thomas and his 16-month-old sister Diane Parker.
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