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.,, OKING r, uR AP,,,27 i jsu,0AY, Ap,,,30 Women s Learning Circle,  !JHorace Mann Annual School Talmud study with Rabbi Laura Carnival, ! ! a.m. - 4 p.m. at Geller, 9 a.m. in Temple ! :!, Horace Mann School. Call Emanuei's Rabbinic Library, 300 N. Clark Drive. Call 310.274.6388 for more info. Children Against Gun Violence assembly at Beverly Hills High School: 9 a.m. and l0 a.m. 310.659. ! 507 for more info. The Sundays at Two young artist recital welcomes back Timothy Fain, 2 p.m. at the Beverly Hills Public Library. Call 310.288.2201 for more info. SATURDAY, APRIL 29 City of Beverly Hills Recreation & Parks . Department offers courses for tots, youth and adults during the "Spring 2000" session. Call 310.550.4753 for more info. The Friends of the Library Children's Performance Series concludes with song-writer-story- teller Paul Tracey who presents Our Little Blue Planet, 2 p.m. at the Beverly Hills Public Library. Admission $15. Call 310.288.2201 for more info. MONDAY, MAY 1 Senior Action Fair- Protect Yourself Against Fraud & Abuse, 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Concourse Hall. Admission Free. Call 310.394.9871 x 435 for more info and to register. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3 Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Center will offer free screenings for anxiety disorders on National Anxiety Disorders Screening Day. Call 310.751.1215 fro more info. story con't from p.6 the ages of 18 to 30. She must never have been married. She must be a U.S. resident for the last six months and she must be a high school graduate or equivalent. There is a $35 registration lee and the girl is required to bring a bikini and several head shots to the initial interview with Marshall. Marshall says that they disap- prove of body piercings and tattoos should be covered up. "As far as 1 can see, Beverly Hills is about sophistication, luxury and elegance. The girls should dress and act according- ly," Marshall said. Each contestant is asked a total of six to eight questions during the weekly and final pageants by the judges. A set of pos- sible questions is given to the contestants ahead of time so they can do research and prepare their answers. In the final pageant, most of the questions will be based on the history of Beverly Hills, so girls who are not familiar with the City will be given a chance to study. "It is each and every girl's personal job to go do research on the history of Beverly Hills. So far, I've sent girls to the Visitor's Bureau, the Chamber of Commerce and the Public Library," Marshall commented. If you are injerested in learnhzg more about the search for Miss Beverly Hills, call 310.285.5200 or check out the website at ww,:MissBeverlyHills.com, tm BACK.. 1939- BEVERLY DRIVE (courtesy of the Beverly Hills Historical Society) Eight historical postcards are available by mail order. Send $6 check to the Beverly Hills Historical Socle P.O. Box 1919, Beverly Hills, CA, 90213. Thousand Words Headshot Photography Mention this od and qet 10% off. 310-829-2329 #J April 27-May 3, 2000 * 19