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July 21, 1994

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PAGE6 [ CEO  Fdeda's I. speaks on running a family.owned corpora beaning st 11:30 a,m. at the Century Plaza Hotel, 2025 Avem of the Stars. $4o. Sponsoredtue Century City Chamber of C,,merce Wom- en's Business Coundl. For information, call (310) 553-2222_ Discussion on the roe played by the Technion-lsraet Institute of Technology in ensuring a secure, econom dent Israel, at 7 p.m. at the Hotel Sofrtet Ma Meison, 8555 Beverly Blvd. 25 per person. For information, call (2t3) 857-5575. Playwright l-ly'n Maccoby, author of The DLsputa#on, speaks about his work, at 6 p.m. at Temple Beth Am, 1039 S. La Ciene- gaBIvd. $28 with supper; $20 without For information, call (310) 652-7353. Saturday: Women's car repair work- shop, featuring the basics of vehicle mai nance, from 8:45 elm. to noon at Chucks Auto Ce, 105 S. Fairfax Ave. Free. Santa Cecilia Strings perform selections from Vivaldi, Bach, Mozart, Rachmaninoff and Bartok, at 4:30 p.m. at Greystone Park, 905 Loma V'a Dr. $18. Psychologist d "script doctor" Rachel Ballon speak on how writers can reach thek inner sources for successful stories that sell, from Ip.m. Costis$25. Formom information, inducing location, cell the Inde- pendent Wr4ers of Southern California at BEVERLY Sonia Marie De Leon leads the Santa Cecilia Strings at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at Greystone Park. (31o) e8-7o. Sunday:. Members of the Beverly Hills Symphony perfum the d'mb music of Mozart, at 4:30 p.m. at Ceystone Pack, 905 Loma Vista Dr. $18. Monday:, ,jer/story Ka'm B performs at next meeUng of the r'ty I-Bs Sen Adult Assodatkm, beg'ng at 1 p.m. at Roxbury PaL-k Commurtty Center, 471 S. Roxbu Dr. Free. Tueedey: Ston' Oga Loya per- forms at 7 p,m. in the Bevedy Hitis Ubranj Auditorium. Tickets are $7 adults; $5 children. HILLS NEWS IS Beverly Hills nearing in great aphid war of I l]q he great aphid war of 1994 appears to e nearing victory for Beverly Hills, ecmation and Parks Director Steve Miller said this week. "Because of the severity of this year's problem, I expect complaints will continue into August," Miller said. "But we/e already heard from a lot of residents that the problem is going away on many local sYeets." The city was admittedly taken by surprise this year by the severity of the aphid invasion, which turned many local streets into oozing masses of "honeydew" from the tree-loving bugs. Wrlh pesticide spraying no longer a viable option, the control effort by the city consisted of releasing ladybugs which consume the aphids. Miller said an increased use of the lady- bugs, funded by a special appropria from the I, has helped deal with the problem, as has the increasingly hot weather and the drying up of the leaves which provide the .food stock for the bugs. The only real amuaJ pest the eet trees said. The cy s ing a proposal from a some of the American e' b'ees in the city. Miller said in addition lem, the trees are aging, when urban street trees r 50 years. Thec and t for this one, to replace some trees Miller said propos year, for work criteria the city will be which can quickly groW tos he said. I AN INVITATION TO BETTER SERVICE REPAIRS * SERVICE * RENOVATION OF MODERN i: CLASSIC ROLLS-ROYCE : BENTLEY MOTOR CARS We Offer We Service Expert Qualified Service, by Factory Trained Mechanics Rolls-Royce Bentley Aston Martin Lotus Genuine Factory Jaguar Parts, All Work is Range Rover Fully Warranteed . Exotics Very Competitive Classics & Nice Old Cars Indepen RR Service June 21-27, 1994 868 N. La Cienega L.A., CA 90069 (213) 854-6688 Lisa Auerback, center, was recently elected as the American Youth With Auerback is Maestro Mehli Mehta, musical director of the West Los orchestra, and his wife. loan "The News looks ilffEiit00 For more