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10 YEARS AGO January 18, 1994—By a 26-vote margin, members of Beverly Hills’ Temple Emanuel this week turned down a proposal that would have merged their congregation with the Wilshire Boulevard Temple.
ONE YEAR AGOFROM THE JANUARY 16TH ISSUE
January 17, 2003—An increase in the homeless population in Beverly Hills has led the Business Retail Council to hold a program to educate businesses within the city on how to handle loitering and aid the city’s homeless.
January 17, 2003—The Beverly Hills Fire Department has announced new dates for the next CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) training.
January 18, 1994—An audience of several hundred people turned out Monday for the Los Angeles City Planning Department’s public hearing on the 20th Century Fox project, at which Beverly Hills presented its own recommendation on the proposal.
30 YEARS AGO January 16, 1974—Five Beverly Hills residents, including two of the youngest persons ever to run, have taken out nominating papers as candidates in the March 5th City Council election.
50 YEARS AGO January 16, 1954—A prominent Beverly Hills furrier, Abe Teitelbaum, was reportedly robbed more than a week ago of an estimated $100,000 in furs.
70 YEARS AGO January 17, 1934—Beverly Hills people were reportedly feeling the loss of Pickfair, advertised for sale, in the wake of the pending divorce of Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
200 YEARS AGO Ten freight wagons loaded with supplies arrived at the Pueblo this week with Christmas-type merchandise.
10.000 YEARS AGO Agador decided not to invest in the “wheel,” a sweeping new invention growing in popularity throughout the village, saying that he could see no useful purposes for the banana-less innovation.
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