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September 22, 1994

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21 The Community Owned Weekly Newspaper $1 per issue $75 per year b" mail an excerpt from Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew Saturday during a Bard's comedic scenes and speeches. The actors are from The Fife and Drum with changing face of B.H. iq J0ne Fried OplXeCk=tk of Gallery. r since Marc Selwyn's Scho. "The cty and cosmopan; named director of the new in the process of , on Wdshire ' the gaUen/will open in the of inter- who the the son of well- Bever H Pnnj of the city's fine arts advisory . PaceWildenstein is an allianCe of the Pace Gallery that Ame Glimcher founded in 1961 and Wildenstein and Co. that Daniel W found- ed in 1875, PaceW'ddenstein has two locations in New York, an office in Lonclon and a rep- resentative in the Far East. PaceWildenstein repre- sents leading 20th Century artists such as George Baselitz, Chuck Close, Agnes Martin and Ctaes Oldenburg. It also represents numerous Marc Selwyn estates, including those of Alexander Calder, Joseph Cornetl, Jean DulJffet, Donald Judd, Mark Rothko, Louise Nevetson Please see Selw Page 22 September 22 - 28, 1994 el oe eei oe eeiooQeome oooeeee eeoe Bq Hinst0n Paige Millet Publisher Weeding out the commissions or past ir! reasons we now Pave twice the number of permenent city commis- sions than we had five years ago. The city staff devotes enormous time, enargy and  to sup- porting these new govemmental bodies. Advocates appear before the commissions and the city council often rehears the same testbrK)ny. Let's thank the com ers for their hours of devoted ser- vice and then we suggest that these cornmissions be dissolved and reformed only when needed to serve on an "ad hod' basis. Rrat shot on Bloomiea It is impossible to know how many firms have chosen not to locate in our city becaLse of the Winston Paige Millet perceived difficulties in obtaining permits -- and now it appears, according to former Mayor Donna EIIrnan Gafoer, "that Bloom- ingdate's is ours to lose." The first shot has been fired across the bow -- former mayo and old #lend Leonard Horwin has suggested in his let- terto our editor that tbe city give no concessk,s, However s  grew orgy because of  shted people Please see M Page 6 Memorization of multiplication tables a thing of the 'Drill ond practice' routines no longer stressed in age of MacMath at Beverly Hills schools. ne plus one 11 equals two, but students at Bevedy Hills elementary schools might now be asked to explain why this is: It's alt part of a new math program starting this year in grades K-8 to help lead students to the cutting edge of a burgeoning technology age where a world of information can be accessed at the touch of a button on a computer. All K-8 sdxxds in the, Beverly Hills Unified School District were successful in winning state technology grants this year. Wdh $81,000 in fulJs, the  is buying more Macintosh computers and add software to irnpmve undemtaing of math in the ctessroom. It will also be  laplop computers home with the kids to let parents get involved. Please see MacMath, Page 22 when ,,-'e its YOUTHFUL COACH When there weren: enough " girls in Rachel Marks' age group to form a soccer team, she become a coach. PAGE 7 HEALTHFUL BOXING Whether you're five or 55, findir a lunch box you love can be the key to healthful e on the run and avoiding the fast foot rut. PAGE 16 UNIFORM OWNERSHIP more than four decades ago, the House of Unifom is the oldest business in Beverly H still under the same . PAGE 20 D