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December 2, 1988
A man convicted of violating health and safety codes by allowing slum conditions at his downtown Los Angeles hotel was sentenced Thursday to two months of cleaning up freeways. Just before his trial was about to start, Sang In Kim, 37, of West Covina pleaded no contest to 10 violations of fire, health and building and safety codes at the three-story Edwards Hotel at 713 E. 5th St.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 2, 1988
A man convicted of violating health and safety codes by allowing slum conditions at his downtown Los Angeles hotel was sentenced Thursday to two months of cleaning up freeways. Just before his trial was about to start, Sang In Kim, 37, of West Covina pleaded no contest to 10 violations of fire, health and building and safety codes at the three-story Edwards Hotel at 713 E. 5th St.
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June 3, 1988 | T. W. McGARRY, Times Staff Writer
The commercials for toothpaste and disinfectant on John Alexander's old black-and-white television set were filled with praises for "fresh" and "clean," the cheery sound track clashing with the stink and filth around him in the Edward Hotel on Skid Row. In the rank hallway outside Alexander's little room, 4-year-old Jasmine Adkisson showed three other children who live in the hotel where a rat bit her right shoulder.
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