The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on April 18, 1962 · 42
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 42

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Wednesday, April 18, 1962
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8 Pert IUWED-, APg. 1 8, 1 962 god flngtlffl Citiug Celebration of Passover Will Begin at Sundown Family and Public Seders to Be Conducted Tonight and Thursday in Jewish Festival s . , ' ir. Jewish DeoDle all over the world will usher in the t . Passover celebration at sundown today as a festival of freedom political and of the soul Family and public seders will be 'conducted tonight. Thursday evening more pub lic seders will be conducted, Imany of them in temples 'and synagogues. ' The festival continues for fseven- days for Reform flews, and eight days for Con servative and Orthodox! Jews. Each finds Biblical (sanction for the duration of 'the event. hi Rabbi Edgar F. Magnin ;, pt -Wilshire Boulevard Tem- , pie, now m Australia on a I visit, said in a Passover mes- !'sage released this week "the Passover as the first ex ample of emancipation in the I history of mankind, and its story had a very definite in fluence on the founders of l our nation." ' ' Still Oppressed . -t: - . ,j. Despite its impact on I -world history, Rabbi Magnin said, "many people are still i living in the darkness of op- . ,'pression I "On every continent there are those who dare not , . speak," he said. "There are ' countries where elections are a farce, places where perse cution because of race or re : . ligion still exists. ,t "In tolerance and bigotry ,, have still not been erased ,c from the minds of men." ;v Passover, he noted, also is a festival of hope. , "We know that the world . will never be perfect, human !- nature being what it is, but f?the human race has ad vanced and will continue to ; make progress. Heralds Peace "The Passover heralds the time when nations will have ,i solved the problem of war , . and will learn to co-operate ; with one another. ' i Passover will be observed in Jewish Homes - for the Aged at 325 S Boyle Ave, , - and at Reseda. k Temole Beth Zion, 5555 W 3- Olympic Blvd., will present television personality Steve Allen with its annual "Pass- - .-- j ii over LaDeny a war a Thursday at 3:15 p.m. 1 Rabbi Franklin Cohn -will take part in the presentation ceremony. . A demonstration seder, re- enacting the story of Pass over as it is .written in Exodus, will be conducted at 7:15 D.m. next Monday at tne Verdugo Hills Hebrew Cen ter, 10275 Tujunga Canyon Blvd. Rabbi Melvin L. Gold-stine will conduct the seder, which will be accompanied by readings, songs and ritual ceremonies. : l" Concluding Passover cere monies win oe conducted next Tuesday at 8 p.m. and Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at Temple Israel, 7300 Holly wood Blvd. Dr. Max Nuss- baum, rabbi, will speak Wednesday. GOVERNMENT OFFICES OPEN GOOD FRIDAY State, county and city offices will remain open with skeleton crews during Good Friday observances from noon to 3 P-m. . ' ' "' ;V Banks throughout the area, however, will close during the three-hour period. Branch banks which customarily are open after 3 pjn. Friday will re-open their doors. The public library and post offices will remain open as usual. , FAZENDA Continued from First Page owner before her determina tion got her on the screen. She retired trom films in 1930 and she and Wallis soon became prominent in Hollywood social life and gave many notable parties. Among the last pictures she made were "The Old Maid," "Swing Your Lady,: "The Road Back," "Alice in Wonderland," "Wonder Bar," 'Caravan;' ''The Ca smo Muraer uase, ana "Ready, Willing and Able.' Special Bus Runs Slated for Easter be the Au- Mexicana Airlines Closes Offices Mexicana Airlines hasl closed its offices here and. in San Francisco due to a! current strike against the line by the Mexican Pilots Assn. All flights have been suspended. Special busses will placed in operation by Metropolitan Transit thority for persons going to the 5 a.m.. Easter sunrise services In the Hollywood Bowl Sunday. The busses will service downtown Los Angeles southwest Los Angeles, the San Fernando Valley, Hol lywood and Beverly Hills Downtown service wil operate . continuously from 1:48 to 4:45 a.m. on Line 93 along Hill St. and in other areas as follows: Southwest Line 84 from Imperial Hwy. and Western Ave. at 3:30 a.m.: Line 85 from Crenshaw and Man chester Blvds. at d:40 a.m. and Line 85 from Coliseum St. and La Brea Ave. at a.m. . San Fernando Valley Line 81 from Ventura and Burbank Blvds. in Tarzana 3:59 a.m., and Line 93 from Van Nuys Blvd. and Vose St.. Van Nuys, at 3:52 and 4:02 a.m. HoiP'wood Lines 84 and 85 along Hollywood Blvd and Line 93 along Santa Monica Blvd., times to be re leased later. Beverly Hills Line 9 from Santa Monica Blvd and Canon Dr., Beverly Hills to the transfer point at Hoi lywood Blvd. and Highland Ave., times to be released later. hi - . !'- ' ' ' . ' ' V' ' ' i V 1 St r 1. 1 ; I I "I - - " r 4 5 . , ' " i, "4 I f ) i ; X $1 . FUR SALE NATURAL MINK variety of shades COATS . :,V ; ' l.!v" k; ',. . ' formerly 2,500.00 to 3,590.00-.' now2,( formerly 6,350.00 to 8,000.00. . . . . . : . now 3,500.00 . JACKETS, STOLES, CAPES, SMALL flECES i formerly 722.00 to 904.00 . ...... now 400.00 formerly 1,177.00 to 1,450.00 . . . .... now 600.00 formerly 1,359.00 to 1,813.00 now 900.00 formerly 1,813.00 to 2,681.00 now 1,200.00" , OTHER FURS Sv r , A,. '4 i V i -4 ' COATS ; !': -'i crouo of dved rabbit, natural mink paw and others, formerly 359.00 to 631.00 . now 200.00 ' group of dyed persian lamb, formerly 904.00 to 1,177.00 . . . now 600.00 If ?H group of dyed beaver, natural lakoda fur seal and others, :$fcf formeriy 1,359.00 to 2,227.00 now 900.00 jr' JACKETS innnn. 1 I'i i r r vi- SUMMy I AND 7 A THE " rSMv. FULLi SKIRT :. 4 group of miscellaneous furs, formerly 631.00 to 1,086.00 . . now my NATURAL SABLE f S two capelets, formerly 813.00 and 995.00. . . . . . now bUU.UU X'l capelet, formerly 2,045.00 . . ... .. now UUU.UU : ; I stole, fofmerly 3,590.00 2,000.00 ; DYED BROADTAIL PROCESSED IAMB JACKETS i formerly 359.00 to 540.00 . .r. now 200.00 formeriy 540.00 to 681.00. . . .... , . . . . . . . . . now 400.00 LONG, NATURAL MINK BOAS formeriy 359.00 . . . . . . . ; now 100.00 f SPECIAL GROUP OF NATURAL MINK CAPES AND STOLES . . . now 600.00 ' SPEDAL GROUP OF NATURAL MINK JACKETS ... . . . . . now 700.00 : FUR SALON, SECOND FLOOR phsfeitax fur products labeled to shew country of origin ol imported fm all pieces subject !o prior sale -' 1 " ; , -X r-. ... lii the way smart women like to look in summer...imported silk in an , ; i exotic print of black on white flashed with a dazzle of blue, or red, ir.. or brown...the skirt feminine, flattering, full left: front buttoning ' with pleat skirt...8 to 18...89.95 right: gathered skirt with ( , organdy petticoat, black silk bodice...8 to 14...85.95 sportswear dresses, street floor ..... sorry, no telephone orders j matched pair by marian bialac... compact and golden lipstick heaped with semi-precious gems from brazil, chrysocolla from king Solomon's mines or jade...lipstick in your shade choica.,.set, 16.00! . -: compact, 12,50:..lipslick alone, 3.50...toiletries, street floor , i i A. 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