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From the Los Angeles Times, December 9, 1987

"Good Samaritans' Fleet Carries a Cargo of Caring to the World's Needy Children"

"... [Don] Tipton once owned the park West Polo and Hunt Club in Beverly Hills and assorted equestrian facilities.

"Two years ago, Tipton grew irritated with [the] monied, power-breakfast scene. Doing something beyond self seemed much more compelling. So Tipton decided to do something about world hunger... with the outrageous idea of using prayer to find free ships he could man with unpaid crews and fill with donated groceries to be delivered gratis to hungry chunks of Africa, Asia and Pacific Islands.

"And now he's doing it. ...

"[He says] 'I'm just a common Joe... someone who believes what it says in the Bible that a righteous man's prayers availeth much.'..."

By Paul Dean. Copyright © 1987, Los Angeles Times. Reprinted by permission.

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