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January 12, 1987 | JERRY BELCHER, Times Staff Writer
"I live nowhere, I eat here." --Johnny Maiden, South-Central Los Angeles street person. Glenn and Sandra Swain practice what they don't preach--simple, straight-forward charity. They feed the hungry and house the homeless. Since 1978, they calculate they've distributed about 30 million pounds of free groceries to people in South-Central Los Angeles.
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January 12, 1987 | JERRY BELCHER, Times Staff Writer
"I live nowhere, I eat here." --Johnny Maiden, South-Central Los Angeles street person. Glenn and Sandra Swain practice what they don't preach--simple, straight-forward charity. They feed the hungry and house the homeless. Since 1978, they calculate they've distributed about 30 million pounds of free groceries to people in South-Central Los Angeles.
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February 25, 1987 | JANET CLAYTON, Times Staff Writer
In an early start in his campaign for a fifth term, Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley wooed black voters Tuesday during daylong events that showcased both his strength and some weakness with what has been his most loyal base of supporters. From middle-class Crenshaw to poor South-Central Los Angeles, Bradley met with a cross-section of black constituents in a way that the mayor's critics have said is all too rare. Bradley received warm responses from young black professionals, workers and students.
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