40 Friday, March 28, 1986
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ADAT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE
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Professor Roston will make
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Wednesday, April 2,1986
Adat Shalom Synagogue
Dr. Judith Laikin-Elkin
Dr. Judith Laikin-Elkin, visit-
ing associate professor of history
at Ohio State University, will
deliver the third lecture at the
B'nai David Cultural Forum at
11 a.m. Sunday at B'nai David.
The forum is entitled "Global
Jewish Trouble Spots."
Dr. Laikin-Elkin will speak
on "Argentine Jews: Between
Dictatorship and Democracy."
A native Detroiter, Dr.
Laikin-Elkin was educated at
the University of Michigan and
Columbia University. She was
commissioned as a United
States Foreign Service Officer
and • served as U.S. vice consul
in India, Pakistan, Burma,
Ceylon, Afghanistan and the
United Kingdom. Her adven-
tures in South Asia are the sub-
ject of her first book, Krishna
Smiled, which was published by
Wayne State University Press.
Following years of teaching at
WSU and Albion College, Dr.
Laikin-Elkin began a five-year
period of research which led to
the publication of Jews of the
Latin American Republics.
Dr. Laikin-Elkin has taught
Latin American history at the
University of Michigan and this
year is visiting associate profes-
sor at Ohio State University.
The cultural commission of
B'nai David, chaired by Dr. and
Mrs. Joseph Orent, arranged by
Dr. Laikin-Elkin's appearance.
The cultural forum is sponsored
by Gustav Berenholz. The com-
munity is invited free of charge.
For information, contact the
29901 Middlebelt Road / Farmington Hills
You ore invited atria charge, and
refreshments will follow the program.
There will be no solicitation of funds.
Sandra 'and Jonathan Jaffa
Adat Shatorri Synagogue
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R.S.V.P 098-7180 or 851-5100
Detroit Friends of .
Chabad Adult Institute an-
nounces two Passover seminars
will be conducted by Rabbi
Elimelech Silberberg at the
Torah Center, 5595 W. Maple,
West Bloomfield, on April 7 and
April 14 at 8 p.m. -
The• first seminar will cover
the 'detailed specifics Of lasher-
ing a kitchen fore Passover and
kosher and non-kosher products
for Passover. The second semi-
nar will be an in-dePth analysis
of the historical, philosophic and
mystical implication • of the Hag-
gadah. The public is invited.
There is no charge.