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January 17, 1986 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-17

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72 Friday, January 17, 1986

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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collecting began with his first
purchase at age 6.
He collects mainly those from
Harvey Comics, Inc., which is no
longer in existence. His favorite
comic book is Richie Rich, which
deals with an altruistic wealthy
youngster.
Milstone says that he iden-
tifies with the character and
would like to be like him so that
he "could have the financial
backing to distribute computer
programs free of charge." (At
the moment, Milstone charges
only his cost for distributing his
first-aid programs.)
Milstone • has close to 3,000
comic books in his collection,
and enjoys participating in
comic book conventions.
In addition to the pennies and
comic books, Milstone enjoys col-
lecting matchbooks, chess sets,
HO scale trains and stamps. His
40 pen pals have helped him in
this endeavor. Collecting minia-
tures, to furnish a dollhouse
which he is building, is also one
of Milstone's favorite hobbies.

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In addition, Milstone still
finds time for gardening, bak-
ing, electronicO, tennis, swim-
ming, and working on a paper
route with his brother.
He also enjoys visiting differ-
ent school districts to explain
and promote his first-aid pro-
grams.
Milsone's 16-page resume be-
lies his 17 years. He is involved
in 17 different clubs; and his
previous employment record is
substantial.
When asked what he would
like most, Milstone replied: "If
there was a 30-hour day, it
would be nice." ❑

USY Plans Swim
Night At Center

Beth Abraham Hillel Moses'
United Synagogue Youth af-
filiate will have a family swim
and gym night at 8 p.m. Satur- ,
day at the main Jewish Com-
munity Center.
The group will go cross-
country skiing at 12:30 p.m.
Jan. 26 at the main Jewish Cen-
ter. There is a fee for ski ren-
tals.
During January, the group
will have a candy sale to raise
money for charity.
For information about the
USY group, call Ruth Tessler,
851-5017; or Stuart Shiland,
855-9396.
The chapter won a member-
ship expansion award at the in-
ternational convention in To-
ronto last month.

Pizza Bash Set
For Story Hour

.

• B'nai David Story Hour (ages
4-7) will sponsor a pizza bash on
Jan. 26, meeting 1 p.m. at the
synagogue. Reservations are
now being taken. Members of
the Shabbat Story Hour group
and friends are invited.
The group meets at 10 a.m.
Saturdays for stories, games and
kiddush. Young people of all
ages are also invited to Shabbat
services at 10 a.m.
For information, contact Joyce
Lang at the synagogue, 557-
8210.

Bnel Akiva Has
New Leaders

.

Bnei Akiva - Gail Detroit has
elected its new board. Their job
will be to work with the advis-
ers of Bnei Akiva in planning
events.
Susie Schlussel will head the
board. The other members of the
board are Eliyahu Stolovitch,
Danny Yolkut, Elie Schochet
and Robert Arnold'.
For information about Bnei
Akiva or to be placed on the
mailing list, call Jenny Mandel-
baum, 542-7736; or David Man-
delbaum, 542-7318.'

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