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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-28

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BBYO Awards Moss,
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Shawn Stearn, the son of
Allyn and Nita Stearn, and
Alana Voight, the daughter of
Mark and Diane Voight, have
been named 1989 recipients
of Moss Memorial Israel
Scholarships. Both are par-
ticipating in the BBYO Israel
Summer Institute, a six-week
study tour of Israel.
Shawn is a senior at West
Bloomfield High School and
has been a member of AZA
for three years. This past year
Shawn has served as elections
training conclave coordinator
for the AZA Council and next
fall will serve as regional
AZA reporter.
Alana is a senior at Troy
High School and has been in
BBG for three years. She is
former chapter president of
Shemesh BBG and regional
membership vice president
for BBG.
The Moss family has spon-
sored scholarships for Israel
since 1970.
Lea Rachel Kosnik, the
daughter of Sara Behar and
the late Paul Kosnik, is the
recipient of the 1989 Joan
Kalef Memorial Leadership
Award. The award recognizes
leadership achievement
within BBYO and pays for the
BBYO International Conven-
tion Aug. 17-23 in Starlight,
Pennsylvania.
Lea has been a member of
Benjamin Disraeli BBG since
September 1986 and last year

served as chapter president.
For 1989-1990, Lea will be
BBG Council third vice-
president in charge of
chapters in Windsor and Ann
Arbor, the Milan Conference
Centre, and special projects.
She is a graduate of the
BBYO Chapter Leadership
Training Conference and this
summer will attend the Inter-
national BBYO Kallah and
the International Leadership
Training Conference.
She will be a senior at West
Bloomfield High School.

Beth Achim
Names Advisers

Congregation Beth Achim
has added two new advisers to
its Youth Department. Julie
Bussell has been named ad-
viser for B'nai Mazal (3-5
grade). She graduated from
Wayne State University with
a degree in elementary educa-
tion and has worked for the
Jewish Community Center
and BBYO.
Howard Keller will be the
new adviser for Kadima (6-8
grade). Howard is completing
a psychology degree from the
University of Michigan. He is
a graduate of United Hebrew
Schools and has been involv-
ed with USY, BBYO, the
Jewish Community Center
and B'nai B'rith summer
camps.

Jerusalem (JTA) — The ex-
pected mass aliyah of Jews
from Argentina this year will
not materialize, according to
Knesset Speaker Dov Shilan-
sky, who returned last Tues-
day from a visit to that
country.
Shilansky, a Likud leader,
admitted that Argentine
Jews did not respond to the
words of his mentor, the late
Ze'ev Jabotinsky, who ex-
• horted Jews to liquidate the
Diaspora before it liquidates
them.
Shilansky predicted that
3,500 Argentine Jews will
come to Israel this year, corn-
pared to 1,500 last year. But
far greater numbers had been
anticipated. Concern over the
recent change of political
leadership in Argentina, com-
plicated by severe economic
hardships created by four-

digit inflation, raised hopes
among Israeli officials that
the largely middle-class
Argentine Jews would pour
into Israel.
Shilansky, who represented
Israel at the inauguration of
Argentina's new president,
Carlos Menem, told reporters
that fear ran high among
Argentine Jews when Menem
defeated incumbent President
Raoul Alfonsin in the
elections.
Alfonsin was friendly to the
Jewish community, the
largest in Latin America,
whereas Jews are suspicious
of Menem, who is of Syrian
descent and a member of the
populist Peronist party.
He said he had "nothing to
say about the new president.
It may be that he will be very
good for the Jewish people."

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