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September 22, 1994

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If you don't plan a party until 1995, we . u ii ii Ull i i SPREAD THE NEWS i. BEVERLY HILLS PRESTIGIOUS OFFICE SPACE Don't work in a congested part of town - Work resort-style minutes from home Play tennis, jog, picnic or just take a stroll at the park Have a Beverly Hills address and pay lower rent too Two - hour free parking Easy access to freeways and major intersections Close to restaurants, shopping and hotels AND IF THE ABOVE IS NOT REASON ENOUGH ... HOW ABOUT $1.35/SQ. FT. TEL: (310) 657-8907 (VOICE MAIL) OFFICE: (213) 623-8553 ASK FOR SHAUL i ii ii ii i iii i i iiiii i September 22 - 28, 1994 BEVERLY HILLS High karat diet sends thief to h0sp,tal, then' A 38-year-old man was charged with eactl grand theft after police recovered a the IL2,600 diamond and gold pendant that the man allegedly took from a Neiman Marcus s veiry case and . Doh The suspect was identified as Adam Leslie of Los Anga. / A security guard at the 9700 Wilshire Blvd. department store told police he spotted LesJie force open a jewelry case about 4:20 p.m. Fri- day and take something from the case. purse Guards then no0ced a diamond and gold pen- about a dant in the shape of a =five" was missing, police said. Leslie was stopped outside the store and Beverly Hills police were called. The guards told police the suspect confessed to swallow- ing the merchandise. A By the time police arrived, Leslie was try- ru ing to cough up the jewelry. He was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for medical treat- ment. An X-ray revealed the pendant in his stomach. He was gen medicaon to help pass the jewry, pe sa. In other news, a suspect believed respon- sible for two robbere=s within a half .hour of Council to consider changes to art tax ith several multi-midoCar on the drav,g boards for Beverty Hs, pata uty in the bu=ness trance, tte dry (XW,l  consided I'dng b'}e cap on  Rne An  (x6mn(. em of new projects of $1 million or more to make a fine art conth,tk equal to 1% of constnct costs, up to $77,557. Projects of less than $1 million must make a 1/2 % contribution. The amendment on Tuesday's coun- cil agenda would eliminate the cap and establish a 1% fee for even those pro- jects valued at less than $1 . ga park er uS each Preliminary app for Plcr00boy bunny tion, but 's "rabbit heao " logo could soon be a Beverly Hills landmark for motorists Richard along Santa Monica Boulevard. The dent of city's planning commission recently gave pre- added liminary approval to a sign variance applica- tion by Ross Gilbert, owner of-the 9242 Bev- logo edy Blvd. building which houses Playooy and Center Beverly Hills Ltd. Mercedes Benz. The The variances will allow both tenants to to give have multiple building identifications signs, Sept. and signs above a height of 25 feet. the "We love the building and love the Ioca- revieW. It is the policy of Beverly Hills News to publish on a timely basis. Please address such items to the BEVERLY HILLS 291 S. La Cienega Beverly Hills,