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April 29, 1988 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-29

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"We'd like to see as many par-
ticipants at (Sunday's) gala
opening. It really will be the
major celebration of a party
nature for the 40th," she said.
Mrs. Hollander is looking
forward to Sunday's Jewish
Festival '88. "I'm excited
about the entire festival and
I hope God will work with us
and the sun will shine!"
After enumerating the
kinds of communal projects
planned in observance of
Israel's milestone anniver-
sary, Mrs. Borman lauded the
synagogues and organiza-
tions who brought them to
fruition. "We want the
general community to be ap-
preciative of what Israel has
done. I'm real pleased with
what's going on."

Israeli Artist
Exhibits Here

Israeli artist Raphael
Abecassis, whose parchment
paintings have achieved
world-wide acclaim, will open
an exhibit of his works at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center on Sunday.
The exhibit, which is part of
Jewish Festival '88,
celebrating Israel's 40th an-
niversary, will run through
May 15.
Born in Morocco, Abecassis
immigrated to Israel in 1956.
He studied art at the College
of Education in Beersheva,
Israel. In his paintings,
Abecassis uses Biblical and
Jewish themes.
He has appeared numerous
times in Israeli television. In
1986, he won the national
contest to design the official
poster in honor of Israel's
38th independence day. The
next year, he received an
award for his illuminated
Psalms of David project.
Jewish Festival '88, a day-
long celebration marking
Israel's 40th year of
statehood, will include Israeli
and Jewish foods, entertain-
ment, dancing, music,
children's activities, clowns
and balloons.
Families are invited. Ad-
mission is free to the
Abecassis exhibit and to all
Jewish Festival '88 events.

Speaks Monday

Dr. Jeanne Kirkpatri6k,
former U.S. ambassador to
the United Nations, will ad-
dress the community at a
40th anniversary reception
7:30 p.m. Monday at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
Reserved and general ad-
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available at the Maple/Drake

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