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Yeshiva University High Schools 



ADMINISTRATION 




Dr. Samuel Belkin, President, Yeshiva University 




Charles H. Bendheim, Chairman 
Board of Directors 




Rabbi Dr. Abraham N. Zuroff, Supervisor 




Samuel Levine, Executive Director 




Sheldon Socol, Director, Student Finances 



Yeshiva University High School for Boys of Brooklyn 

Rabbi Dr. Abraham N. Zuroff, Principal 

Yeshiva University High School for Boys of Manhattan 

Rabbi David L. Weinbach, Administrator 

Yeshiva University High School for Girls of Manhattan 

Dr. Isaac Lewin, Principal, Jewish Studies Department 
Martin Lilker, Administrator 

Yeshiva University High School for Girls of Brooklyn 

Dr. Isaac Lewin, Principal, Jewish Studies Department 
Alvin Kamber, Administrator 




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Dear Graduates, 

You are completing your high school education in a most critical time. Never 
before has society permitted its institutions to be belittled and its authority to be 
undermined. Never before has youth been faced with so many problems in all areas 
of endeavor. The uncertainty of the future, the gamble of higher education, the 
draft and the Vietnam enigma, and the realities of integration have all left an 
indelible imprint on young minds. 

Our own students carry additional burdens. They are both gladdened and sad- 
dened by the recent miracles and events which took place in Israel. They are 
perplexed and confused by the unfortunate conflicts between the eternal Jewish way 
of life and the popular and very attractive contemporary styles and customs, which 
tempt and distract the naive teenager. 

Our school has attempted to arm its student to face modern problems. It has 
programmed religious and secular subjects of the highest calibre for their intellectual 
improvement and spiritual enhancement. It has created a respect for discipline, 
authority, and scholarship. It has set up values which make our students positive 
rather than negative entities in our materialistic world. Not all your classmates 
have accepted our challenge. Those who remained, however, to become candidates 
for graduation, did, and are prepared to face the future. My best wishes go with 
you. 

Sincerely, 



M. Lilker 

Administrator 





United States Representative 
to the United Nations 



799 Unithd Nations Plaza 
Nhw York, N. Y. 10017 



YUkon 6-2424 



February 15, 1968 

Education is a never ending process and one which 
is essential to the successful quest for peace. 

By learning to understand and respect the rights 
and differences of others — whether they be differ- 
ences of race, or religion or opinion — you will 
enhance your opportunities to contribute in later life 
to the enlargement of human rights and human freedoms 
in our own country, and so also to peace in the world. 

With every good wish to the members of your 
graduating class. 




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Afr. Israel Kleinman 
Mr. Laser Morris Kuflik 
Dr. Mordecai Margalioth 




Everything subject to time 



is subject to change 



• • • • 



TIME TO END 
THE WAR 




^atS^ - RUNNING AWAY 



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Where will it all end? 




Rabbi Abraham Eliezri 



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We the class of '68, offer this yearbook in dedication to Rabbi Abraham Eliezri, 
in gratitude and affection for all he has given us. 

Because he taught us not to be superficial in our studies, and in the interpreta- 
tion of concepts unfamiliar to us. 

Because he never avoided a question, and taught us not to. 

Because he taught us to realize what we don't know, and inspired in us the 
curiosity to learn it. 

Because he made us work, and we are glad that he did. 

Because he taught us, by his own example, that one can be at peace with oneself 
and G-d, and yet not become complacent. 

Because he won our respect and trust; our love without familiarity; and all this 
not by design, but by his own nature. 

Because he made Torah a way of life, and not just a subject. 



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Mrs. Faerber 




Mr. Rathman 



Mrs. Aufrichtig 



Mrs. Elkin 



14 



Secular Studies 




Miss Kahana 



Rabbi Neiss 



NOT SHOWN: 

Mr. Klein 
Miss Orlik 
Dr. Pascal 
Mrs. Tropper 



Miss Adlerblum 



15 



Hebrew Studies 




NOT SHOWN: Mrs. Faskowitz 



Mr. Steif 



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general Staff 




Mrs. Stern 





Mrs. Rabinowitz 



Mrs. Parker 



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SHARON ALBUM 



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TJELl ЮШ T?1D1 VIVI DIN 'РШ 1ТПШ П^рП ОЛТЖ 

Sharon has nobly done her part in making these past four years more bear- 
able . . . her undertone of humorous comments is a familiar sound ... a 
fantastically witty writer . . . she carries on a personal correspondence with 
Russell Baker . . . known for her great powers of organization — Sharon loses 
more belongings in a day than all the seniors in a week . . . our triple 
editor can be found fighting with printers (principals and teachers, too) . . . 
kicking her locker ... or eloquently begging it to unlock ... a warm and 
sincere friend ... all we can say is, Sharon, you're just great! 

Editor-in-chief, Elchanet; Editor-in-chief, Courier; Editor, Literary Mag- 
azine; Arista; Class President; Big Sister, Hebrew High School Bowl; 
Booster; Welcome Freshmen. 



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ZIPORAH APPEL 



Our fleet-footed basketball player . . . can be found ZIPping across the 
court ... or carrying on a continuous correspondence with Cilka . . . part 
of a small scale paper plane war . . . creator of "A" bombs . . . our 
skier . . . author of Mrs. Siegal's "Perush Appel" . . . instant authority 
on Chassidic weddings . . . because of her strategically located seat, Zippy 
bridged the "gap" that made the yearbook possible ... a combination of 
fun and friendliness, our Zippy is the most feminine of tomboys. 

Hamvaser; Basketball; Scenery for Productions; Arista; Big Sister; Director, 
Class Play. 




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REBECCA APPLETON 



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Professional rabble-rouser, instigator, perpetual talker . . . and all-around 
trouble-maker . . . Becky is always being unjustly (?) accused by un-under- 
standing teachers — at the same time impressing them with the answers, 
before the questions are even asked . . . this peanut-butter-and-jam fiend 
is forever eating — anywhere and everywhere . . . beloved and disliked with 
equal passion by the two Spanish teachers ... as the axe came down, her 
hems went up . . . our rootin' tootin' harmonica player . . . Becky's inde- 
pendent spirit is sometimes challenged, but never quite crushed. 

Class President, Treasurer; Arista; Literary Editor — Elchanet; High School 
Bowl; Courier; English Oratorical Contest; Librarian; Director, Thanksgiv- 
ing Play; Basketball Captain; Rubber Band; Class Debater. 



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Enter Mash with pom-pom knee socks and oriental eyes . . . very organized 
— "You mean Mr. Lilker found my books again?" . . . her life-long ambition 
is to grow long, straight hair . . . Mr. Steif's favorite doodler . . . makes 
practical use of train station lockers . . . Malkie finally succumbed to the 
recruiters, and is now a dedicated Mizrachi-ite ... an earnest thinker — 
"Are all midrashim true?" 

Class President; Choir; Dance Festival; Booster; Big Sister; Welcome 
Freshmen; Class Plays, Committees. 





HELEN BACHRACH 



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Besides being our math genius, Helen has otherwise distinguished herself 
as Central's only part-time student ... a record setter in gym nonparticipa- 
tion . . . and a notorious half of Central's "odd couple" ... is that blonde 
streak all yours? . . . with her good looks and quick answers for everything, 
Helen has managed to get out of many ticklish situations (hospital and 
all) ... why don't teachers ever understand our Yek? . . . ach du 
lieber! . . . what was she really doing all those hours of tutoring? . . . 
however, her many escapades do not dampen her enthusiasm and love of 
fun. 

Class Vice-President; Fashion Show; Tutor; Debating; Arista; Class Com- 
mittees; Costume Committee, "Brigadoon"; Volleyball. 



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HEDDA BENDKOWSKI 



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Heddy, Hedder, or just plain Hed . . . Hedda is our own vivacious freckle- 
free redhead, rarely found without a smile ... a practical girl, Hedda 
discovered another use for Lifesavers — eatable earrings . . . Central's prime 
handball enthusiast . . . she has the soul of an artist and the virtue of 
patience ... a merited Yiddish scholar and occasional history substitute, 
Hedda leads the gang in her Bunchy Shtok sweatshirt . . . she's where 
the action is! 

Class President; Treasurer; Fashion Show; Choir; Big Sister; Booster; Class 
Committees. 




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JEANIE BERGER 



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Our Jeanie with the light brown hair . . . one of Mrs. Scheinfeld's follow- 
ing . . . our perpetual pianist — always gets pre-assembly jitters . . . always 
singing, tapping, dancing, or humming . . . usually the source of most ruach 
outbreaks . . . Jeanie undertook the financial problems of the yearbook 
with less than a smile ... a warmhearted friend . . . Jeanie possesses a 
serious interest in Jewish philosophy and a genuine desire to understand. 

Class Vice-President, Treasurer; School Pianist; Choir; Dance Festival; 
Business Manager, Elchanet; Big Sister; Welcome Freshmen; Pianist, 
"Brigadoon," "Oliver." 



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REBECCA CHARNER 



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Nearly suspended for her laughter . . . now Mr. L. wonders why she isn't 
smiling anymore . . . warm and friendly, a mutual love exists between her 
and youngsters . . . brings Rabbi S. her homemade cake . . . her class- 
mates, weight-watcher's recipes . . . doesn't respond when called Rebecca . . . 
was finally called Ricky, even by her teachers ... an enthusiastic stu- 
dent . . . her notes are in great demand as finals approach ... a true 
Baalas Midos Tovos . . . better late than never, Ricky learned that racing 
doesn't pay! 

Class President; Courier; English Oratorical Contest; Literary Magazine; 
Class Plays. 





JUDY EISENBERG 



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Madame President . . . V.P. . . . Treasurer! . . . Now don't I look like 
the 4H type? . . . Judy has gotten plenty of practice for her future as a 
lawyer in representing both us and herself to Mr. L. . . . one of Hoenig's 
Heroes . . . managed to be tied to her desk in Yiddish . . . extremely well 
read and up to date on everything . . . because of her ready comments 
and opinions, Judy was banished to the back of the chem room . . . but 
more appreciated as class debater ... a searching mind with thoughtful 
questions, Judy is bound to find the answers wherever she is. 

G.O. President, Vice-President, Treasurer; Arista; Director, "Brigadoon," 
"Oliver"; High School Bowl; Debating; "Kiss Me Kate"; Big Sister. 



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JUDY FASTEN 



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A defector from Washington Heights to Queens . . . Judy spells diligence . . . 
and no one knows better than Mrs. Faerber . . . aware of what's hap- 
pening . . . and who, sharing a locker with a G.O. president, wouldn't 
be ... a record breaker — the first to finish a dress in Central's first home ec" 
class . . . we're sure Judy's persistence will get her far. 

Librarian; Ping Pong Team; Class Committees. 





MIREILLE FEIGENBAUM 



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The one literary figure that always strikes you before the books is our own 
Belgian import . . . elected (even without a speech) to brighten up the 
library . . . Mrs. Faerber's Murrai, Estelle's Murray, and other teachers' 
Marie or Muriel ... a great admirer of Mrs. Mintz's vast resourceful- 
ness . . . Mireille's lofty aspirations certainly put her on a high number. 

Class President; Head Librarian; Choir; Class Committees; Chairman, 
Costumes Committee. 



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PHYLLIS FELD 



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Accused by Mr. Taylor of a perpetually sneaky smile, Phyllis' laughter 
often sets the whole class off . . . well known for her enthusiastic participa- 
tion in Rabbi Eliezri's class — when she's not napping, she's jiggling up and 
down . . . always where the action is; she met Mr. L. this summer — at the 
race track! . . . only Mrs. Faerber can fathom Phyllis' logical approach 
to AH ... as one of our crusaders in speaking Hebrew, Phyllis can be 
heard conversing with Esther Lee, preparing for Aretz. 

Secretary-Treasurer, Arista; Tutor; Librarian; Scenery-Class, Thanks- 
giving Plays; Choir; Courier Typist; Biographer; Class Treasurer. 




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SABINA TOBY FELDSTEIN ' ' ^ m ^ m 

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Very fittingly, as her namesake turns out to be an airline, Sabina may some- 
day literally hit the top — in the space program, maybe? . . . however 
lately, along with dazzling Rabbi P. and splitting her ends, she seems to 
be hitting the bottom quite a bit on a new pair of ice skates . . . although 
constantly insisting that she isn't strong enough to push her morning train, 
her strong will got her through exciting years of chem and physics . . . 
as fish is said to be brainfood, Sabina knows the secret to success in Central: 
Whitefish! Right, Sibby? 

Fashion Show; Librarian; Choir; Tutor; Class Committees; Class, Com- 
petitive Assemblies. 



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SHIFRA FIALKOFF 



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Usually quiet and gentle, Shifra displayed her violent side when she broke 
the first window . . . she utilizes class time for more important reading — 
"The Franco-Prussian War is not on page one of the N. Y. Times, Miss 
Fialkoff!" . . . Shif was the stimulus for Mrs. Siegal's brainstorm of seat 
belts for the chairs — "Wake up, Shif!" . . . one of the girls with enough 
self-control never to look at her report card until she gets home . . . Shif's 
quiet but determined manner was ably shown as she led the (notorious) 7C 
class in their Tzedaka drive. 

Class Treasurer; Choir; Drama; Big Sister. 




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ESTHER LEE FRIEDMAN 



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Esther Lee is our activist — whether it be a march for Soviet Jewry, a cru- 
sade for the use of the piano in the lounge, or persuading us to join Aliyah 
laAretz ... we finally got a Merit finalist . . . Esther Lee's talents are 
varied, from being editor-in-chief of the Courier to our aspiring physicist . . . 
she possesses a truly perceptive intellect. 



Editor-in-Chief, Courier; 
Magazine. 



Arista; Librarian; Class President; Literary 



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DEENA GELLER 



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When a big "Good morning" is heard from behind a cup of coffee and the 
N. Y. Times, we all know it's Deena . . . Her big blue eyes have been a 
topic of discussion with Mr. Lilker . . . radiates energy over everything, 
from the Dramatics Club which she heads to "I Spy" and Ross Martin . . . 
and, of course, Israel . . . our spelling bee champion . . . Deena does her 
part in livening up our classes with her colorful jewelry and her inexhaust- 
ible ruach. 

Class Treasurer; Drama Club Director; Oratorical Contest; Class, Thanks- 
giving Plays; Choir; Courier, Elchanet Typist. 





ESTELLE GETMAN 



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Our sports enthusiast, Estelle gets her daily exercise by beating up at least 
one senior each day . . . her pigtails evoked the boss' verdict: If she's cute, 
throw her out! . . . completely unsatisfied with her first set of yearbook 
pictures, she desperately cut off her long blonde hair . . . Estelle solved 
aur Spanish answer book problem by organizing the Yeshiva of Pelham 
Parkway . . . she learned very quickly why one must not play catch in the 
lunchroom . . . loves a good JOkE . . . Estelle is a fine proof that blondes 
have more fun. 

Cheerleader; Chess, Checkers, Ping Pong Teams; Class Committees. 



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NATALIE GLASS 



Nat's gorgeous green eyes and long straight hair have helped her leave an 
impression on all . . . from Dr. Pascal's favorite "witch" to Mrs. Stern's 
housekeeper ... a most unwilling chemist, why couldn't Nat stay late for 
lab on Thursday nights? . . . made a hit with both Elkins . . . she preferred 
to keep the class quiet rather than take a long drink of water ... a per- 
petual "Jay-walker" . . . this traffic stopper will long remain vivid in our 
memories. 

Fashion Show Model; Cheerleader; Big Sister; Class Plays. 




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JOY MIRIAM GLICKER 



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ЛЛГЛ ПТШ ПГ"ПП ТТЛ 



Joy's uncanny twitching nose has been known to transform many a class- 
room into quite a happening . . . our bubbly "Happiness" seems to be a 
firm believer in love at first sight . . . her ability to keep smiling shows 
through in her fun column, "Jump for Joy" — though it hasn't been an 
asset to her slow laughing reflexes in Rabbi Perlman's class . . . with a 
disposition to match her big, bright eyes, there's only one sweet way to put 
it — just like an Almond Joy . . . nice and nutty! 

Class President, Secretary-Treasurer; Courier; Class, Thanksgiving Plays; 
Co-Captain, Cheering Squad. 



ЛПШ 



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CAROLL GOLDBERG 



Caroli is considered the class of '68 martyr . . . "But Mrs. Rochlin, I really 
don't know the answer!" ... the most eloquent poet of the 7C Yiddish 
class . . . Mrs. Goldsmith's innocent mixer-upper . . . Miss Elkin's prodigy . . . 
sunbathing in Mrs. Mintz's class was the only way to rid herself of that 
nasty cold . . . our carsick driver's ed student . . . her not so secret ambi- 
tion is to become Central's guidance counselor . . . Why have Getman, 
Glass, and Goldberg become infamous as the "Terrible Trio"? 

English Oratorical Contest; Asst. Photography Editor, Elchanet; Debating; 
Typist; Costumes, "Oliver." 





DEBBIE GOLDNER 



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"Silence is Goldner" . . . Joy's silent partner in crime . . . also doubles as 
Miss Schwartz's personal ladder . . . "Rudle the Yiddish" ... her locker 
is a lost and found for all senior textbooks . . . known for her rosy cheeks 
and amazing assortment of shoes ... an avid opera and concert fan. As 
one of the "west side kids," Debby has no excuse for coming late . _. . 
however, her home eco dress is quite another matter — Debby may finish 
it in time for graduation — college, that is. 

Debating; Choir; Class Plays. 



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SHIFRA GOLDWASSER 



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Does absence make the heart grow fonder? Only after a year away from 
Central could Shifra tell . . . known for her gift of gab . . . one day she 
stopped talking, and Mrs. Edelsberg marked her absent . . . known as the 
"only lady" in her French class . . . this Bnei Akivanik is always cheerful 
and enthusiastic about everything. 



Class Treasurer 
Booster. 



Arista; Courier; Class Play; Dance Festival; Cheerleader; 





DIANE GREIF 



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DD stands for 



ПЧШ ПД 1 ?! ГГ9 

-... Good Greif ! . . . our favorite history teacher . . . 
substitute, that is . . . greets everyone with "and how is every little thing 
this morning?" . . . and follows through with "Will you PLEASE clean up 
your lunch table?" . . . Dee Dee has suffered a frequently mispronounced 
name . . . no, it's not grief you have in your class . . . refusing to let this 
school get to her, Diane has remained calm and smiling throughout. 

Class President; G.O. Alternate; Choir. 



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FRANCINE GROSSMAN 



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Is it Mimi, Francine, or Frannie? Mr. Rathman solves it by calling her 
"Miss F. G." . . . Frannie is one of our math and science fans . . . when 
she gets to school, she's always ready to work — on those notes to Zippy, 
that is . . . Frannie scheduled her own lunch period, and then wondered 
where everyone had gone . . . after her Florida vacation, Mr. L. thought 
8A was being integrated . . . with her artistic talent and sweet disposition, 
Frannie sure is nice to have around! 



Arista; Class Vice-President; Scenery for 
Class Play; Big Sister. 



'Oliver"; Choir; Director of 




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ELAYNE HELFGOTT 



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Heaven help us when Helfgott is around . . . this little "efroach" can be 
seen flying around, tying classmates to chairs, and making French speeches 
. . . Helfy remains a spirited bundle of laughs — who else would go wading 
in Rockefeller Center's fountains for carfare? ... as a cheerleader, Elayne's 
voice can be heard above the rest — "We're gonna f-i-g-h-t" ... a favorite 
actress, Elayne's ability to look good in any number of braids earned her 
the promise of a part as Topsy by Mr. L. ... as for her French broad- 
casting, all we can say is : "Oui, monsieur, c'est notre bébé." 

Class Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer; Cheerleader; Fashion Show; 
Drama Club; Chagim Poster Committee; Big Sister; Welcome Freshmen; 
Debating Manager. 



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NAOMI HESS 



Д"Ш "Pip n D VW ПК ЧЧГШП 



Naomi "Long Locks" Hess . . . her hair serves to keep those in back of her 
from becoming bored . . . most of her teachers have already had a Hess 
(or two or three) . . . although her sister was secretary, Naomi didn't get 
any advance copies of tests . . . always smiling, her one and a half dimples 
are the cutest! . . . although quiet in class, Naomi's voice is often heard 
raised in song. 

Choir; Big Sister. 




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DEBORAH JACOBS 



ГН1ЭТ 



К П Л ппад ЧЭД ГТНД 



"Gee, Mr. Lilker, you're cute!" — right from the start, Debbie proved out- 
spoken and witty ... our official class greeter, her cheery "Hello" extends 
even to Mr. Steif . . . crunching a green pepper, or holding up her applause 
placards . . . Agnes Gooch lives again! . . . why can't Debbie lose her 
Histona notes? . . . FELL for Mr. Schwartzbard . . . Dvora, madua at 
mafria h? . . . a questioning mind with a genuine desire to learn . . . Debbie 
comes up with profound perushim to her own questions. 

Assistant Art Editor, Elchanet; Class President; Arista; Librarian; Drama; 
Choir; Scenery, Class Plays; Booster. 



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JEANETTE KINDERMAN 



As our blushing Breck commercial . . . Jeanette successfully eluded Mrs. 
Lerer's search for the missing twin . . . with the entry of a certain teacher 
to Central's staff, she began to feel a closeness to eco and American his- 
tory . . . although the distance between her and Mrs. Mintz's Chumash 
class grew . . . our aspiring dress designer, Jeanette has learned to take 
life in stride . . . we're sure life will be glad to have her. 

Scenery, Thanksgiving, Class Plays; Chagim Committee, Big Sister. 





SHARON KINDERMAN 



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The other half of the "Silence Is Golden Alliance" . . . Sharon is usually 
seen traipsing into classrooms to observe our tenth period blues, carefully 
avoiding experiencing them . . . the soul of discretion, she refuses to divulge 
office secrets . . . the expert crammer . . . and honor roll proof that the 
policy pays handsomely ... as a freshman, she gave a convincing perform- 
ance of a retard ... as a senior, her impromptu speech consisted of NO . . . 
one of our more promising Latin students . . . Sharon has a magna cum 
laude in amateur psychiatry. 

Art Editor, Courier; Debating; Class, School Committees; Chagim Poster 
Committee. 



ГГП 



CAROL KLEINMAN 



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One of Mrs. Edelsberg's favorite pupils . . . Carol is one of our many par- 
ticipants in the all night studythons (with no notes and no-doz) ... in 
contrast to the Central cottage cheese or soup lunch, she prefers dry 
cereal . . . Carol is living proof that diets really work — coupled, of course, 
with strong determination . . . Although Mrs. Faerber can never get her 
last name straight, her quiet comments serve to identify her to us. 

Librarian; Choir; Scenery, Thanksgiving, Class Plays. 




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MIRIAM KOLHAGEN 



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That's K-O-H-L . . . one of our newer doting aunts . . . Miriam waited 
until her senior year to become a disciplinary problem . . . Miriam is prov- 
ing herself a real Washington Heights "latey" — how did it feel to be locked 
out? ... a carrier of colorful, vinyl bags even before the "receptacle" 
law . . . always smiling and cheerful, her hearty laugh invariably gives 
her away . . . this good humor should stand her in good stead as a teacher. 

Class President; Tutor; Choir; Big Sister; Scenery, Class Plays. 



Г I I I I EVELYN KRONENBERG 

ПТТТП quD 'PRUT Ю 

Evvy's always cheerful, even during "friendly" discussions with Rabbi 
Eliezri . . . had something to smile about when she won a color TV . . . 
the only one to go out with a teacher's son . . . Evvy has the thankless 
job of coping with both Mr. Steif and tutoring . . . Why did Chavellé have 
a special appeal for Rabbi Shkop? . . . her smile and friendliness easily 
explain this. 

Vice President, Arista; Tutor; Class Plays; Class Secretary Treasurer; Li- 
brarian; Ping Pong; Choir; Scenery Committees. 





SANDY KUFLIK 



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Always calm and matter-of-fact, Sandy is president of the "Philosophy -of 
the Day" club . . . Mr. Pearl didn't mind her fresh-ups, but they did get 
into a heated dispute over "The Way of All Flesh" . . . was caught hopping 
around with one boot and one sneaker (medical reasons, of course) . . . 
life of the "Après Boards" party — with her noise makers . . . What is 
there about Sandy's facial expressions that fascinates Rabbi Eliezri? . . . 
psst, Kuflik, something's showing! . . . her patience and sincerity have made 
Sandy a favorite of all. 

Class President; Asst. Hebrew Editor, Elchanet; Arista; School Productions; 
Class Plays; Dance Festival Booster ; Librarian. 



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SARA LUBAN 



The strawberry blonde (or lemon red) head of hair bent diligently over 
her desk can only belong to Sara . . . Mrs. Elkin's "That Girl" . . . her 
debating practice is put to good use with her inventive math and Chumash 
questions and her grammar proofs for Miss Elkin ... it also gained her. 
the enviable position of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition . . . despite those 
questions, "Luban" has become Rabbi Hoenig's favorite word . . . and 
somehow, all the Hebrew teachers have met her father before . . . however, 
Sara is a bright student in her own right, with a thoughtful word for 
everyone. 

Class President; Arista; Tutor; Head Librarian; School, Class Debater; 
Big Sister; Choir; Class, Thanksgiving Plays; Ping Pong. 





SHULAMIT MAGNUS 



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Mr. Klein's bonne petite diable . . . Mrs. Rochlin called her "wild and 
woolly" . . . Shulamit's ready wit delights everyone . . . except maybe the 
teacher it was directed against . . . never lets Mrs. Faerber win an argu- 
ment . . . ringleader of the revolt against Rome . . . always first with the 
best word . . . and the last . . . Shulamit's love of Israel and sincere de- 
sire to be useful insure her success as a nurse there. 

Assistant Editor-in-Chief, Elchanet; Class Vice-President; Rikud; Debating; 
Big Sister; Welcome Freshmen; Hebrew Oratorical Contest. 



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MARILYN MANDEL 



When Marilyn leaves impressions on teachers, she doesn't kid around . . . 
She has become Mr. Klein's FAVORITE student, Mrs. Streifer's BEST 
friend, and Mr. Schwartzbard's "good little girl" . . . Mrs. Rochlin de- 
pended on her for editorial interpretation — but this alertness did not extend 
to gym ... A late beginner, Marilyn managed to take advanced typing 
without elementary typing . . . unveiled the mysteries of Historia to her 
classmates . . . this ingenuity will serve her well when she establishes her- 
self in Israel. 

Class Secretary-Treasurer; Basketball; Checkers; Ping Pong Team; Class 
Committees. 




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LIBBY MARCUS 



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When not too occupied providing companionship — a helping hand, or 
laughs . . . Libby spends her time planning her large family . . . stationed 
in Israel, of course . . . short on years, but long on wits ... as our un- 
official question-thinker-upper, Libby is often asked, "Are you asking that 
just to waste time?" . . . her crutch became her late pass when a broken 
ankle kept her out of fourth floor classes . . . her camera was nearly her 
key to a court of law . . . and only she knows the connection between a 
Bar Mitzvah and chemistry . . . Libby is many a teacher's joy and every 
classmate's delight. 

Photography Editor, Elchanet; Biographer; Class Treasurer; Choir; Booster; 
Librarian; Class Plays; Committees; Volleyball; Big Sister. 



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ELISHEVA MARGALIOTH 



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Our only Sabra, Elisheva has graced us with her presence since our junior 
year . . . Rabbi Eliezri paid her the supreme compliment of approving of 
her original perushim . . . even though she gave him last year's admit . . . 
many teachers insist that her last name is in the singular . . . but Mr. Pearl 
could never even pronounce it . . . however, her compositions spoke for 
themselves ... she had us in hysterics as Shakespeare's witches ... a 
thinker of profound thoughts, Elisheva's deep, philosophical mind has kept 
teachers baffled, and us impressed. 

Hebrew Oratorical Contest; Tutoring. 





CHERNIE MATKOWSKY 



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Chernie invariably confuses her teachers . . . whether because of her un- 
usual name ... or being mistaken for Carol Kleinman . . . Mrs. Faerber's 
puzzlement — why isn't the genius Chernie shows on tests manifested in 
class? . . . has a deep love of numbers . . . Chernie has finally managed 
to reach her goal of not taking math . . . always relaxed and never rushed 
. . . she has the unusual ability to remain calm even in the most trying 
situations. 

Courier Typist; Choir; Big Sister; Scenery, Thanksgiving Play. 



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SANDRA MAZA 



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Coming to us from South River, this last member of the Mah-zeh dynasty 
travels eighty miles daily to reach Central . . . her experiences as Mrs. 
Stern's secretary led her to the doors of the steno-typing class . . . noted 
for her famous "The two millionth class of English 2-B" . . . and "only 
half a piece" ... a quip a day . . . Sandee will long be remembered for 
keeping calories down and spirits up. 



Class President; 
Booster. 



School, Class Debater; Courier; Thanksgiving Assembly; 





DINAH MERKIN 



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Dinah seems to be surrounded by celebrities . . . whether learning a song 
from Sh. Y. Agnon personally, or listening to Cecil Roth speak in her 
home . . . because her whispers are heard only by a few, not all are ac- 
quainted with Dinah's perceptive comments (except Miss Elkin, who reads 
lips) . . . always ready for improvement, Dinah left one class in search 
of a better . . . she also managed to successfully elude Mr. Steif's pursuit 
of her Hebrew typewriter ... a true intellectual, Dinah's amazing vocabulary 
and command of the language give her away. 

Librarian; Choir; Big Sister. 



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MARGARET MEYER 



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Margaret is one of our brave commuters from Spring Valley, encountering 
lumerous mishaps in the course of four years' travel . . . her cottage cheese 
nd vegetable lunches earned for her the title "Healthy Lunch-eater" . . . 
. real country gal, Margaret loves nature and harvests her own garden . . . 
alented and creative, she designs her own clothes . . . Margaret is a source 
■f Dr. Jofen's frustrations — she seems to have no problems. 

'oster Committees. 




33 




MIRIAM MILNER 



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ГГЛП! ПК ПТГЭТЮП ГГРПЯ! 



Enter any math or science course, and you're sure to find Mimi . . . except 
when she's busy elsewhere . . . Mr. Steif's original victim ... is it a wonder 
she spends so many lunch periods in hiding? . . . official wedding at- 
tender . . . why does Mr. Rathman worry for her future chasan? . . . her 
Hebrew vocabulary increased with her Hebrew editorships . . . outstand- 
ingly outspoken, with marks impressive enough to get away with it . . . 
has a very persuasive way with teachers (how else could she escape Dr. 
Gainesberg's wrath?) . . . and even with the Boss himself . . . her quick 
answers never cease to astound us. 

Hebrew Editor, Elchanet; Editor, Hamvasser; Arista; High School Bowl 
Team; Booster; Dance Festival; Class Plays; Big Sister; Hebrew High School 
Bowl. 



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SUSAN NEUMANN 



Susie is our blushing Mary Poppins . . . official class hairstylist . . . and 
Mrs. Strauss' pride and joy (after all, it isn't everyone who can play the 
alma mater on rubber bands!) . . . Susie is multi-talented: writer, artist, 
talker (debater, of course?) ... she actually won a prize for her schizo- 
phrenic oratory ... a "disappointed" Russian student ... yet somehow, 
the right answer just rolls off the tip of her tongue . . . always laughing . . . 
and willing to lend a sympathetic ear . . . known for her helpful advice 
. . . our language nut . . . but no matter what language you say it in . . . 
Susie is super! 

Assistant Literary Editor, Elchanet; Arista; Class Debating Manager; 
Courier; Oratorical Contest; Fashion Show Model. 





AVIVA ROSE OTTENSOSER 



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A true redhead . . . Aviva's spirited temper pops up every now and then . . . 
as Mr. Stahl soon found out . . . she puts this enthusiasm to good use in 
debating with her teachers . . . and in leading our High School Bowl Team 
to hitherto unknown heights (they're finally winning) . . . one of the 
sponsors of the "After Boards" happening . . . well informed and up to date 
on everything . . . playing "dear Abby" to many a friend . . . Aviva's 
friendship is to be valued. 

Captain, High School Bowl; Arista; Biographer; Debating; Big Sister; 
Typist, Courier; Class Plays; Committees; Class President. 



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MARILYN PASCHER 



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Our Arista president, Marilyn is a newcomer to the ranks of Mr. Steif's 
"assistants" . . . she gets her go from the oversize sandwiches she eats for 
lunch . . . her permanent blush and short haircuts have been with us for 
the past four years . . . the aspirin dispenser of the Senior Class can be 
traced by the trail of beads she invariably leaves behind her . . . her big 
yawns keep the class awake, but even so, her Hebrew class relies on her 
Navi notes . . . our most constant worrier, Marilyn really has nothing to 
worry about! 

Arista President; Class President; High School Bowl; Tutor; Librarian; 
Cheerleader; Booster. 





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RITA PERL 



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Mr. Pearl's misspelled namesake . . . Rita's notebooks are often mistaken 
tor sketch pads ... one page in particular won the approval of Mrs Edels- 
berg to whom it was dedicated ... an aspiring mathematician . . . gets 
a real bang out of senior physical education courses ... it came equipped 
with two honorable escorts to Roosevelt Hospital . . . artistic and creative 
Rita s talents are much in demand. 

Art Editor, Literary Magazine; Booster; Tutor; Chagim Poster Committee; 
Class, School Scenery Committees; Big Sister. 



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DORIS PINCZEWSKI 



Three years of math didn't dampen Doris' enthusiasm for numbers 

Pinny became one of our brave twelfth year math-ers . . . also athletically 
inclined . . . Dons' powerful volleyball returns are the terror of her gym 
class . . . possessor of an often misspelled and more often mispronounced 
name . . Miss Pinchenevski . . . will you babysit for me? . . . always ready 
to help, Doris became the first to help out a former teacher in this way. 

Librarian; Tutor; Basketball; Typist, Courier; Checkers Teams; Big Sister. 




35 




SUSIE POLLAR 



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Discovered after her junior year stage debut, Susie became our first TV 
star — as the typical bright and responsive Yeshiva student (?) ... her 
artistic creativity helped start the psychedelic poster fad . . . and caused 
Mrs. Faerber to dub her "our first and last pencil sharpener" . . . im- 
pressed ( ? ) Mr. Pearl with her "Dolling" book report . . . her avid par- 
ticipation has tempted Dr. Jofen to charge her a consultation fee . . . always 
done up "just so," Susie has brightened many a dull class. 

Class President; Biographer; Art Staff, Elchanet; Librarian; Choir; Class 
Committees. 



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MIRIAM DYANNE RING 



П1ЮТТ "ITP ГГЭ 



Expelled, suspended, and forgiven within ten minutes . . . who else but 
our indispensible Fagin . . . "to pull or not to pull" has a familiar Ring 
to this senior . . . one of our non-attenders, Mingo's teachers asked: "Why 
stay home if you have a headache in your left toe?" ... a prolific writer, 
she was falsely accused of plagarism as a freshman, and by her junior year, 
her compositions were being read behind locked doors . . . Mrs. F.'s icono- 
clast . . . Dr. Pascal's Russian student who insists on pronouncing it like 
French . . . the sound of her mischievous laughter will always Ring true 
in our ears. 

Class Vice-President; Treasurer; School, Class Debating; Courier; Hebrew, 
English Oratorical Contests; Choir; "Oliver"; Director, Competitive Assem- 
bly; Booster Leader; Big Sister. 




LYNNE ROSENBERG 




07N ?D DT?Un ПТГТрП 



This blonde Monseyite can be found wherever "Torah Yisroel Vtzion" 
is heard . . . Mr. Cohen knew he could find her in a baseball field . . . 
she claims that physics is an "experience" . . . but we know why she excels 
in driver's ed . . . the only Central senior to win a Negro Merit Scholar- 
ship, we can attribute many firsts to Lealle . . . "But Moreh, I really wasn't 
talking this time" . . . known to the lunchroom crowd as Mrs. Parker's best 
customer ... all we can say is, "Thank G-d for D.C.C. !" 

Librarian; Class Vice-President; Captain, Basketball, Volleyball Teams; 
Typist, Courier; Historian; Debating; Welcome Freshmen; Big Sister; 
Ping Pong; Committees. 



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EILEEN ROSENSTOCK 



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Eileen won't soon forget her 
half year stay in Central . . 
twice over the wall with the 
use on the basketball team . 
she evaded many a Spanish 
while she made her presence 
better late than never, we're gli 

Librarian; Basketball Team; 
Big Sister. 



fourteenth birthday present — a three and a 
. petite but powerful, Eileen set a record of 

volleyball . . . puts this enthusiasm to good 
. . or on her two cup hot chocolate act . . . 

teacher, as well as some fellow classmates, 
felt by the students of every other term . . . 
id Eileen joined our ranks. 

Volleyball Team; Class Secretary-Treasurer; 





ROBERTA ROSNER 



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ПгГШ ТШ131 DTD ЛЕГ 



Known for her many travels — Roberta came from Central Queens to Man- 
hattan . . . and from the Bronx to become one of the Riverdale "early 
birds" . . . her stunning clothes and friendliness make her a welcome addi- 
tion to our class . . . teachers appreciate this one quiet student . . . 
usually . . . but Roberta can testify that reading notes is more dangerous 
than writing them . . . soft-spoken . . . Roberta's smile speaks for itself. 

Choir; Class Vice President; Ping Pong. 



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ELAINE RUDITZKY 



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Elaine, alias Rudi, is quite a talker ... so, more often than not was put 
into isolation by several teachers (Miss Ruditzky, come sit near me!) . . . 
when it comes to writing, Elaine shows her originality — whether inventing 
new meanings for typing symbols (L. С — large capitals) ... or by just 
picking the essay she prefers on American history tests ... as a freshman, 
Elaine's inability to open windows caused comment by Mr. L. and her 
class to stay late . . . but as a senior, she gets on great with him — wasn't 
it he who said she "puts her best foot forward." 

Class Vice President, Secretary-Treasurer; Librarian; Class Plays; Dance 
Festival; Choir; Booster. 




37 




ANITA SALB 



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Anita is the comedienne of the "C" class . . . although sometimes known 
as Daphne or Agnes, she is recognizable by her round glasses (looks so 
studious in them, too!) . . . her antics range from raising her hand full 
of watches to ask the time ... to passing Ringo's cremated tonsils around 
the room — even Mrs. Lerer was interested! . . . Anita's Spanish marks 
improved with her felt-tipped pens ... as class captain, she gave us one 
of the best history lessons — but the second girl in the back row kept prompt- 
ing . . . thanks to Anita, Monsey will still be rolling with laughter, much 
as we did for the past four years. 

Class President; Booster; Big Sister; Biographer. 



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Tendler to some, Sally to others . . . Barbara continues to be Central's 
answer to London's Twiggy . . . insists she can fit through that window 
in 407 — if you keep on with those Mounds, forget it!.. . . her philosoph- 
ically oriented way of thinking has caused her to spout forth such pro- 
fundities as "Neissness" runs in the family . . . and "you look familiar, 
too" . . . many an English teacher has undergone the nerve-shattering ex- 
perience of calling on Miss Saltz only to be put off by "technical diffi- 
culties" . . . Barbara's unexpected answers and comments have kept both 
teachers and students entertained. 

Arista; Class Secretary; Treasurer; Choir. 





SUSAN SAMELSON 



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Donning the deepest dimples in the Senior Class, her high pitched voice, 
though seldom heard, is always appreciated . . . Dr. Pascal's Miss Tendler, 
and Mr. Steif's "Sam" . . . Mrs. Faerber has successfully supplied her with 
a persecution complex ... as the slowest reader, she was "requested" to 
read the longest book in the shortest time . . . cheerleaders' leader . . . 
and fashion authority . . . without her, Senior '68 would not be complete. 

Co-captain, Cheerleaders; Arista; Class Secretary; Class Committees. 



38 



TVED'K 



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JUDY SAYOVITZ 



Mr. Steif's newest victim — Judy gained many faithful readers of Hama- 
gid . . . Rabbi Perlman's "Itta" . . . our "It" . . . "urn" with a Yiddish 
accent . . . she has many admirers of her fashion trends — appearing one 
day with two differently patterned stockings . . . the next, an innocent 
victim of the miniskirt raid . . . one half of the 007 and 99 Israeli geog- 
raphy lesson . . . surprised us all by growing from a 4' 10" freshman to 
a 5' 4" senior . . . friendly and outgoing, Judy's always fun to have around. 

Arista, Publications Editor; Class President; Historian; Fashion Show; 
Choir; Booster; Tutor; Class Plays; Class Debating; Big Sister. 





RACHEL SCHLUSSEL 



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1R1W П1ТШ ПТГШ 



"Yoo hoo!" . . . it's our folksinging senior . . . Rachel can be seen on 
stage as a Rubber Band guitarist ... or as a talented actress in our school 
productions . . . she made a special hit with Mrs. Edelsberg with her 
"poetic" compositions . . . saw history in action when she spent last summer 
as a volunteer at Hadassah hospital . . . Rachel will put her chem to prac- 
tical use as a pharmacist . . . we wish her much success. 

Class President; Band; Debating; Choir; "Oliver." 



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CINDY SCHMOOKLER 



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Our Cilka . . . Dr. Pascal's Cynthia . . . what does she keep buying for a 
certain teacher on the East Side? . . . Mr. Zomick's favorite goody-goody . . . 
but Kelly probably doesn't think so . . . Twinkletoes ... a graceful and 
skillful dancer . . . this chewing gum fiend discovered that apples don't 
mix with libraries ... a little girl in pigtails one day . . . our GO veep 
the next . . . this Bnai Akivanik looks forward to life in Aretz. 

G.O. Vice President, Treasurer; Rikkud Director; "Oliver" Choreography 
Director; Arista; Class Vice President, Treasurer; Class Debater; Class 
Play; Basketball; Cheerleader. 




39 




JUDY SHULMAN 



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Т"П7 1TN4 ТЭ 'nng 



Judy always has something to say — whether it's to postpone a Latin 
quiz ... or to conduct her own private history classes — is it any wonder 
she rose to school Debating Manager? ... a dedicated Centralite, Judy 
was almost locked in for working overtime . . . her creativity extends from 
paint brushes to Hamagid stencils to poetry . . . with such versatility, she 
can't miss her college professorship. 

School Debating Manager; Arista; Courier, Asst. Editor; Literary Magazine; 
Art Committees; Historian. 



MALKIE STEINMETZ 



1ГП V ПТЗШО 



Always laughing at some secret joke, Malkie's occasional outbursts drive 
Mrs. Mintz crazy . . . our infallible Latin student . . . but as for history, 
Malkie minces no words about her likes and dislikes . . . another Spanish 
favorite, Dr. Pascal couldn't understand how she had short hair one day, 
long, the next ... a favorite disciple of Mrs. Einstadter ... a beautiful 
voice, we all loved her Jewish music song . . . calm, steady, proud, Malkie 
is truly regal. 



Class Vice President; Arista; Tutor; Choir; 
giving, Class Plays. 



' Brigadoon" ; "Oliver"; Thanks- 





JUDY STERN 



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One of the many Judy's . . . this one learned not to "lounge" around, 
but to take the direct route to gym . . . her short hair and different style 
earrings are a familiar sight . . . but why is she "sew" rarely seen in the 
English class on time? . . . one of Mrs. Rochlin's FAVORITES . . . Judy's 
avid love of all sports and genuine dislike of ice-cream sundaes and malteds 
are the secret of her trimness. 

Choir; Big Sister. 



40 



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SANDY STERN 



Unique in her own right ... it took most of us till mid-sophomore year 
to learn she even had a twin . . . when a certain teacher didn't like her 
French beret, it was discovered that she didn't like "pàjaros" in the nest 
either . . . the only Hebrew book report that made history . . . helped 
inspire Miss Spitzer's forthcoming play about our mathematical draw- 
backs . . . she was kindly requested by Mrs. Faerber to agree with her 
occasionally ... no wonder she's our most enthusiastic rebutallist! ч 

Librarian; Debating; Choir; Big Sister; Ping Pong. 





SUSAN STERN 



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ГП №ЭТГ ПТТШ1 ЦШШ 



Our freckled, blue-eyed cutiepie . . . Mrs. Faerber's anglecake, attendance 
taker, and hearing aid . . . and Mr. Lilker's special friend — due to travelling 
in Hi (Li) circles . . . Susie supplied us with frogs for bio . . . but is usually 
missing her own supplies (thread and steno pads) . . . maybe that's why 
Susie is so frequently seen in the lounge sixth and seventh period . . . 
after school, she's always ready in a "Jeffy" . . . "Susie Smile" ... we 
could all use a little of her cheerfulness and high spirits. 

Class Vice-President; Librarian; Choir; Class Committees. 



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JOAN STRACHMAN 



Joanie . . . nicknamed Jay ... a conscientious student with a good sense 
of humor . . . the most ardent seeker of a memorization potion — she told 
Mr. Steif she was learning too much . . . the most nervous of debaters . . . 
Joanie claims her knocking knees can be heard when she has to appear 
before an audience . . . she has succeeded in the battle to establish her 
own identity, rather than being referred to as Linda's younger sister. 

Debating; Big Sister; Typist, Courier; School Committees. 




41 




ROSE SUCHMAN 



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A talented artist and writer, Rose is also a fine actress — impressed us all 
by her portrayal of Daniel Webster ... a staunch advocate of the maxim 
"Haste Makes Waste" — how did she manage to get involved in a col- 
lision? . . . originally from Lakewood, Rose found it easier to make her 
home temporarily in the city . . . and in Brooklyn . . . and Bayside . . . 
don't let her easy-going nature fool you — Rose's talents will not go un- 
recognized in her chosen field of advertising. 



Art Editor, Elchanet; Class Vice-President; Arista; Head Scenery, 
adoon" ; Oratorical Contest; Drama Club; Class Plays; "Oliver." 



'Brig- 



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ППЭТП П}Ш1 ШШП ron 



CAROL TENDLER 



One of our cheerleading cuties . . . Carol impresses teachers with her dili- 
gence, but why does Dr. Pascal insist she's Samelson? . . . the longest hair 
on the shortest girl . . . our prime example of recessive genes in bio, Carol's 
sparkling blue eyes are the envy of many ... are you related to Dr. 
Tendler? . . . Despite being one of the junior members of our class, Carol 
is perennially at the top. 

Arista; Tutor; Class Vice President; Hamevaser; Cheerleading Captain. 




42 




SUSIE TENNENBAUM 



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п л1 п "прта 

Tennenbaum, Suzanne . . . one of our more serious students — caught cutting 
class, chewing gum, and buying ice cream all at the same time! . . . our 
first celebrity, she had a letter published in the N. Y. Times ... is there- 
fore forgiven such eccentricities as blue nail polish, playing with dolls, and 
whole cantaloupes for lunch . . . the only girl to lose her contact lenses 
and break her glasses at the same time . . . wherever there's fun and 
mischief, you'll find Susie. 

Business Manager, Elchanet; Class President, Secretary; Booster; Class 
Committees. 



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PEARL TEPER 



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A daily commuter from Paterson, Pearl always comes in style . . . door-to- 
door car service ... she puts G'milus Chesed into practice as candy sup- 
plier to a starving fourth year French class . . . she's talkative enough when 
it comes to the latest gossip ... but how come Mrs. Faerber is so deter- 
mined to have her speak up in class? . . . silence is golden . . . except when 
it's Pearl. 
Librarian; Choir; Big Sister; Class Committees. 





BARBARA TOPOR 



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Tuper . . . Teeper . . . teachers finally get it straight when her gentle 
voice and astoundingly perceptive answers win them over . . . our reluctant 
eighth term debater . . . her Jewish music song revealed her as a talented 
singer ... as Mrs. Elkin's substitute voice ... Dr. Pascal's water girl . . . 
Barbara has become a favorite of every teacher who knows her . . . but 
more important, her strong character shows through in every situation. 

Class Vice President; Class Debating Manager; Arista; Tutor; Class Plays. 



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PHYLLIS ELAINE TURK 



As our exotic beauty . . . Phyllis "practices witchcraft" in Mrs. Faerber's 
class . . . Mrs. Rochlin's P.E.T. from way back . . . put up a fight for her 
New Year's tan ... at 4 : 34 Phyllis is the first one to cross our threshold . . . 
what makes Mr. Lilker want to make her smile? . . . our Monday morning 
weekend coverage reporter . . . Phyllis caused quite a furor in the lunch- 
room the day of picture taking . . . and she'll continue to do so wherever 
she goes. 




43 




CECILE WEINBERG 



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Seesil, to quote Mrs. Faerber . . . didn't let the office of class treasurer 
take away her perennial smile . . . this notably hard worker is a devoted 
Young Israelite . . . appreciated by her Shabbos afternoon group . . . 
drafted from one English class to another (but Cecile happened to be one 
of the innocent ones) . . . with her good humor and ready jokes, Ceil can 
be counted on to raise your spirits. 

Class Treasurer; Librarian; Choir; Big Sister; Drama Club. 



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JANET WEINGLASS 



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A believer in relax now and work later . . . but Janet's legs uncurl when 
it comes to leading the dance group . . . working for Mizrachi ... or a 
not too willing debater . . . she found favor in Mrs. Faerber's eyes: "I've 
finished admiring your stockings, now you can sit straight" . . . her aver- 
sion to admits has kept the secretaries hopping ... as did Mr. L. in search 
of her zip code . . . won first prize for her excellent oratory ... we can't 
help but admire this Long Islander for her deep convictions and literary 
ability. 

Arista; Hebrew and English Oratorical Contests; Courier; Class Debating 
Manager; Rikkud Director; Choir. 





AVA WEISEL 



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Is that Ava, Eva, or Aviva? . . . our New York Times distributor . . . 
Ava just can't seem to keep away from Central — she rushes here every 
morning to help open up the school . . . college boards exposed her as a 
highly intelligent goof-off . . . France's import to Russia . . . her vocabulary 
comes in handy on those crossword puzzles . . . friendly and helpful, Ava's 
ready advice is always welcome. 

New York Times Distributor; Class Treasurer; Big Sister. 



44 



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FREDDA WEITMAN 



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From the sole freshman in the fashion show to head it in her senior 
year . . . Fredda's chic is unique ... as are her amazing powers of concen- 
tration . . . before admitted to Arista, she let our principal know exactly 
what she thought of our Hebrew department — only good things, of course . . . 
has startled many a teacher with her sudden bright look of interest . . . No, 
Miss Weitman, I will NOT tell you about the birds and the bees ... a 
Dylan and Ochs fan . . . in this tradition, Fredda's rebellion against in- 
justice has led her to eloquent protest. 

Head, Fashion Show; Arista; Mascot, High School Bowl Team; Class 
Treasurer; Choir; Drama Club; Big Sister. 





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ANNICO WETZLER ' ' *^ ' 

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Annico goes down as Central's (and Mrs. Faerber's) first Afro-Amer- 
ican . . . the secret of this Moroccan's proficiency in French isn't really 
home study ... is that why she was asked to translate the Gettysburg 
Address into French? . . . has a penchant for bananas . . . her lunches 
resemble Care packages . . . Mrs. Rochlin admired her calmness . . . but 
Rabbi Perlman keeps her laughing . . . her microscopic ponytail may not 
.make much of an impression . . . but her bubbling personality sure does! 

Scenery, Thanksgiving, Class Plays; Choir; Big Sister; Usherette. 



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RUTH WIETSCHNER 



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Ruthie gets special enjoyment from the fourth year French class . . . after 
her dramatic portrayal of the conscription riots in American history, we're 
sure that Ruthie is bound to go places . . . meanwhile, her sign (Caution: 
mini skirt zone) went straight to Mr. bilker's office . . . good natured and 
friendly . . . also known as Mrs. Faerber's flower-child ... it must be due 
to her sunny and bright personality. 

Scenery, Class Plays. 




45 




ELLEN YAZERSKY 



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Although Ellen is usually hidden away in the back row, she has made a 
name for herself as a favorite of Dr. Pascal's, whether Spanish or Rus- 
sian ... no matter how inconspicuously she has tried to sneak out of class, 
she was always caught and has become our official map folder . . . her 
artistic inclinations, and quiet manner of getting things done, have made 
her the mainstay of many a scenery committee . . . Mrs. Faerber's Ph.D. 
candidate . . . our aspiring mathematician . . . may end up a Russian 
major . . . whatever it is, Ellen will be a success. 

Class Vice-President; Hamevaser; Arista; Librarian; Tutor; Scenery 
Committees. 



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LAURA ZELKOWITZ 



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Always neat and faultlessly dressed . . . her "little boy" haircuts have be- 
come Laura's trademark . . . our "express" Hebrew student made it from the 
Gimel to the Aleph class in three years . . . how did she do it? . . . "Finals 
aren't for another three weeks, Laura" . . . but don't let her diligence 
fool you — she's always ready for a laugh . . . and we're sure that her stu- 
dents-to-be will have much to learn from her. 

Class President; Arista; Tutor; Choir; Fashion Show Model. 





LYNNE ZINSTEIN 



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After the first term, Lynne came to Central, and she's been with us ever 
since ... an Ahava who sits near Ahuva, Lynne does her part to confuse 
teachers . . . she made Central fashion history when she sported our first 
vinyl skirt . . . Mrs. Faerber's "psycho-analyst" — she turns to Lynne to 
interpret historical behavior . . . Bronx Science's loss is our gain. 

Class Vice President; Arista; Tutor; Librarian; Scenery, Class Plays; 
Chagim Committee. 



46 



Everything 

Subject to Time . . . 





13. Smile when you 
say that, dumbo. 



16. We can't go on meeting like this. 



14. Ehhh, what's up, doc? 



15. Make mine straight, on the rocks. 





1. 
2. 


D. Jacobs 
A. Wetzler 




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3. 
4. 


M. Ring 
N. Glass 






5. 


B. Salz 






6. 


S. & S. Stern 




\SÉ 


7. 


Miss Offenbacher 




8. 
9. 


M. Kohlhagen 
S. Tennenbaum 






10. 


D. Pinczewski 






11. 

12. 


R. Appleton 

S. & J. Kinderman 




Et, I don't exactly 


have 13. 


L. Rosenberg 




a free this period. 


14. 
15. 


J. Stern 

M. Steinmetz 






16. 

17. 


P. Feld 

S. Pollak 


47 



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Щ Щ 



КТШ 



"Rejoice with Jerusalem, 
and be glad with her, 
all that love her; 
rejoice for joy with her, 
all that mourn for her." 



48 




4~resn 



rcsnman 



Our educatior 

begins- 
formal and 
otherwise» 



Mrs. Adler 
knows more 
about 
cheating 
than we do. 



Mrs. Lerer 

learned ALL 

about 



... and we 

learned 
ALMOST ALL 
about her 

husband. 



The water 

fountains in 

the lunchroom 

aren't for 

drinking. 



The A class 
is always 
behind . 




Miss Rudoff 
end Mr. Zom- 
ick marry- 
not each 

other. 



Goldie 
wins the 
Oratorical. 



We get our 
Cit. Ed. test 
back four 
months late- 



Lag B'omer 
at the 
World's 

Fair. 




teacher 

on 
vacation. 



Miss 
Guncler 
becomes 
engaged. 



SOHCAHTOA 
is not a 

summer 

camp. 



We meet Dr. 
Lewin as 
"one of the 
family." 



We have a 
weekend in 
Forest Hills 
(not a preview 

of things 
to come). 



We're 

not trying 
yet. 



Rabbi 
Metzger's 

jokes are 

worth staying 
in for. 



Agnes 
Gooch 
reborn. 



Edvard 

Grieg's 

wife was 

Mrs* 

Grieg. 




Up the up staircase and dash through the door, 

check all the landmarks to determine which floor. 

Dash through the hallways destined for doom, 

and into the class — oy vey — wrong room. 

This was the year of the cute math teachers — great! 

Zomick and Taylor — I guess Spitzer didn't rate. 

And also the year of that weird science test — 

"trains run on tracks" — Mrs. Lerer knows best. 

This was the year the piano fell down, 

and we learned YUHSBM was way, way, uptown. 

We win the competitive assembly — the freshmen sure are great, 

but we end up with some stomach ache! 

Magoo lights up English, as onward we strive. 

Is it really impossible to get ninety-five? 



50 




<^optt 



owiove 





We had a chance to think a little after our freshman year- 

What the heck are we still doing here? 

This was the year of the triple menace — 

Mesdames Rochlin, Green, and Dennis. 

The Perlman rhymes were sort of hazy, 

and then there was art, with Daisy. 

We make folders for folders to put into folders, 

and the receptacle law, to use as book holders. 

The Malbim is back once again — what a blast, 

and we meet Baal HaTanya in Rabbi Metzger's class. 

Mrs. Green dissects fetal pigs with glee, 

and Miss Tausky's Roxanne is something to see. 

We have Regents and Regents and Regents — what a fate. 

Why didn't we go to school in another state? 



Sleep is 
reserved 

for 
weekends • 


We all go to 

the Mikveh. 
(with dishes, 
that is) 


Bio tests- 
strictly 
survival of 
the fittest. 


Little 
Louis rules 
in 
French. 


The New 
Englander 
invades 
Spain. 


We meet 
Nechama 
Leibowitz • 


1^ JJ^e 


Three cheers 
for Con Ed! 


Nephrons; 
Endoplasmic 
Reticulum; 
Fyloric 
Sphinctorj 
Coleoptile. 


Agnes 
Gooch 
falters. 


Mike Quill 
gives us a 
reprieve . . • 


. ..and 
another... 


...and 
another. 


«Ve planned 
our class 
weekend. 

Oh well. 


"Can anyone 
eew a btttton 

on my 
husband ' s 
coat?" 


"You're 
nice kids- 
with a few 
mathematical 
drawbacks." 


Judy and 
Cindy 
elected to 
the G.O. 


We're 
elected to 
our 
electives. 


Rabbi 
Minchenberg 
gets 
married. 


We 

start 
thinking. 



51 




3- 



umor 



The Perlman rhymes are getting clearer, 

and graduation is getting nearer. 

The lucky ones have gym and sten, 

the not so lucky, Latin and chem. 

We admit that of trouble, Iyov had hordes, 

but he never had to take any May Boards. 

Central heating goes on the blink, 

and with four Hebrew subjects, we 



This was the year that our class was diminished, 
but the age of short skirts still wasn't finished. 
Rabbi Gold's bowtie is truly sublime. 
And we would have won the competitive assembly, 
but for the matter of time. 




MERITS; 

PSATS; 

SATS; 
REGENTS J 
(HELP) 



Chumash 
takes on 

new 
terrors . . • 



...aifo 

ha passportf 



Aliyah gains 
some new 
members • 



Don Quixote 
and Tartarin 
are all-time 
losers. 



Rocky and 

Pearl go 

granny. 



Who's this 
b'iss 
Kelman? 



Juniors 
carry the 
Oratorical 
Contest! 



koonshining 

in 
Chem. 



Agnes 
Gooch 
hangs on. 



TIo" rapproche- 
ment with 
American 
history. 



Joseph's 
famine and 
the Great 
Depression. 



Judy and 
Cindy 
win again. 



We learn 
Hebrew short- 
hand in 
Hi storia. 



Elective s 
are once 
again 
"elected 1 . 1 



APFLAUSK 



We planned 
our class 
weekend- 
Once again. 



It's like 

scratching 
your right 
ear with your 
left hind 
_^ legt 



We try 
harder. 




52 



я 



enior 



WE REACT to 
Mrs. Faerber; 
she reacts 
to us* 



Was the 
senior 
bulletin 
board just 



Gym is a 
never- 
changing 
business. 



Spring is 
the 

mischief 
in me. 



Bonche Shtok 
leads the 
Yeridos 
onward. 



Esther Merits 
recognition 5 
Janet takes 
Oratorical. 



Physics is 
full of stares 



Finnegan ' s 
Laws exer 
cised second 
time around. 



Office 
turns 
observation 
tower. •• 




I don't 
know what 
apathy 
means ... 



•••It's the 
only good 
mirror in 
the school, 



English 
teachers 
зове and go- 
mostly go. 




Who would 
want to marry 
a girl who 
failed 
Jewish Ethics' 



Agnes 
Gooch 
triumphs . 



and I 
couldn't 
care 
less. 



Miss 
Levovitz 
gets 
married. 



Fourth year 
French class 
meets- when 
there's a 
minyan. 



We stop 
trying- 
careers 
come first 
anyway. 





Ha ha, Mr. L. I bet you thought we'd never make it. 

Well, now that we're here, we don't have to fake it. 

This was the year of Faerber's funnies, 

and yearbook troubles due to lack of monies. 

It's the aliyos versus the yeridos, 

and Bonche Shtok for the beinoniyos. 

"Hoenig's Heroes" try not to get trampled, 

as the С class follows the A class' example. 

There's heat this year — what's happened to Him? 

And why aren't there any seniors in gym? 

This year it's a veritable prison school — 

no boots or minis or He'll lose Hi? cool. 

(And his giant sized mirror helps keep this rule.) 

The 8A Frellis Gang runs wild, 

and Mrs. Elkin gets sort of riled. 

(But Mr. Lilker merely smiled.) 

For a happy marriage, what should we do? 

Dr. Jofen says make gefilte fish for two. 




53 



A Subjective Perspective 



G-d, things are changing so fast. They're whirling around like a merry-go-round, 
and you're trying to pick out an object as a landmark or steadying point; but the 
blasted thing's going too fast. You're getting too dizzy to do anything but hang on, 
and you're left clinging to a faded wooden horse. 

When you first come to the school, you're really scared because it's so different 
from anything you've ever seen. So you change to fit what you think you should 
be like, not realizing that everyone else has to change, too. 

You make it to the sophomore year and learn what hard work really is. No 
more spoiling because you're not a freshman anymore and should know enough by 
now. You change then, too. You learn to accept responsibility. You learn that the 
guys in the office, any office, wherever the office may be, don't always help if you 
get stuck. There's really no one to get you out of it because you can't get your 
mother to call up or write a note anymore, and some teachers still don't know your 
name and don't care to. 

And then you move up to the junior year and start worrying a little about the 
Higher Things in life. And, oh yeah, every once in a while someone comes up with 
an answer to some question or doubt and you start feeling like maybe you're partly 
on the way. But at times you start feeling defiant, too. You don't want to be regi- 
mented in alphabetical order from A to Z and have your skirts measured and the 
pages of your term paper counted. You have to pay for feeling like that. 

When you finally hit the senior year, it's something of a let-down. You realize 
it's not as easy as it looked. Sure, you stop worrying so much about schoolwork, but 
you have to think about College and Life Afterwards. And you realize that we don't 
know very much. You get to wondering if we have been sheltered and which college 
to go to, and are you sure it's the right one, and do you fit the requirements, and 
why not? Oh, you complained about high school; but G-d it's so safe. You kind of 
feel like you're not prepared for anything but Central. 

And then you're bugged again with the doubts and worrying and wondering 
all over again. But this time, it's not as easily answered as last time because you 
start to realize that you need people to tell the answers ; but even if they wanted to, 
no one knows the answers at least, not to tell. So fake it if you have to, but at least 
act cool. 

And maybe one day you'll look back and see this yearbook and remember some 
of your problems and skepticisms and the things that bugged you or were such a 
big deal. And you won't be impressed then with the urgency of it all. 

But that's okay. Because if you were, you wouldn't have changed at all. 

Sharon Album 




Existence . . . 



I search for myself 

but I am unfathomable; 

My roots are in yesterday, 

but I am in today. 

Today I am, 

because of what I did yesterday, 

and tomorrow 

I will be 

Because of today. 

My explanation is vague 

and indefinite, 

for just as the answer seems to jump out at me, 

it is reabsorbed 

into the changing conglomeration 

of today. 

Someday 

I will find myself. 

But for the time being, 

I simply 

EXIST. 



...And Identity 



Cold leaden sky 

covering tomorrow, 

why is there no response to my efforts 

to pierce the secrecy 

of things to come? 

Stark skeleton arms 

of once living trees, 

loomingly outlined against the harsh reality 

of a bare and barren sky, 

how can you explain your being thus? 

Gnarled wrinkled hands, 

once so strong and full of life, 

now only a memory of deeds and hopes long past, 

and a faint image of idealistic youth, 

why is this the natural course of events? 



I have power in my soul, 

yet not nearly enough to solve all mysteries. 

I can only delve deeper into myself, 

and hope the answer is there. 

Rebecca Appleton 



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The stately scorn of the venerable lawyer 

knew no tolerance. 

His fancies were elastically ephemeral, 

the frenzy of a flower, 

the crystalline impression of a 

fleeting, magic moment, 

returning for-never, 

changing for always, 

patterned changes, 

reflecting himself. 



I once a lawyer knew who had 

eighty and dying years. He was 

as thin as lean, 

and his lizard skin did no justice 

to his sagacious eyes — 

And he, no justice to his grandchild; 

a gossamar youth 

of frail and fanciful tendencies, 

but one whose fancied changes were 

vaguely plastic; 

symmetrically conforming with those 

of his friends 

never more, sometimes less. 



58 




Judy Shulman 



The grandmother climbed the stairs to her room 
on the second floor. She had escaped from the 
living room as quickly as possible after dinner to 
sit by herself. She eased herself into her soft arm- 
chair and closed her eyes. Half-formed ideas and 
words flitted past. So familiar was her old mind 
with the pattern of her thoughts that half a word 
or picture was sufficient to complete the image. 

Nothing ever changes. Men think they do, but 
they don't. They may acquire education and pol- 
ish, but the change is only external. There are 
always the good, committed to work and improve- 
ment, the few really bad, and the vast majority 
indifferent. She thought of her daughter who could 
not think beyond the confines of her family and 
household; of her granddaughter, brought up to 
recognize no limits and to give no thought to the 
future, everything geared to the urgency of the 
moment. But she, too, one day would learn to think 
beyond her own narrow concerns and desires, if 
only to become engrossed in the cares of a family. 

On the other hand, there was her grandson who 
was always rebelling against the conventions as 
he saw them : school, college, the right friends, the 
right contacts, the right manners, and the right 
goals. He was always tearing down the founda- 
tions of his father's world, so sure that his would 
be different, poor boy. The young have such an 
overwhelming faith in themselves. Her grandson 
would be no innovator, no discoverer. He would 
end up a professional or a businessman like his 
father. She had expressed similar thoughts to her 
grandchildren. Their clear, arrogant eyes had 
shown their disbelief and optimism. 

Only now, in this young generation, there was 
a tense feeling, a lost feeling, an uncertainty of 
the future — whatever it would be, if it would be. 

She was drifting off. Did anything ever change? 
Aren't we essentially the same people pushed 
through century after century? Our surroundings 
may change, but we never do. Had she changed? 
Now in her old age, she had wells of wisdom and 
experience unnecessary and unused because life 
would not give her many more problems to solve. 
One of the tragedies of life, she thought: By the 
time the old have gathered the experience, the 
young no longer care to listen to them. But the 
young, too, would get old one day — nothing ever 
changes. 

Dinah Merkin 




Reflections 



59 




Peaen to Progress 



A New Day Discovered 



If G-d wished His hand 

crush me in its palm, 
Gladly I'd return to sand 

yield without a qualm. 
For my world seems to crumble 

I'm lonely and depressed, 
I long escape from this jungle 

of emotions long repressed. 



Yet, my life is before me, 

and with G-d as my guide, 
There's no horizon I won't reach; 

there's no wave I won't ride. 
The routes and paths I will take 

are yet to be chosen, 
The wife and mother I'll make 

are still to be proven. 

And so I will nurture, 

my spirit recovered, 
I'll seek out my future — 

a new day discovered. 

Libby Marcus 



Let worlds collide; let flowers sprout and die; let people enter and leave the 
earth — these changes are but superficial compared to the trends of time. 

Scientific advances are offset by social problems and new irritations. The cold 
impersonality of automation compensates for its efficiency. When a cure is dis- 
covered for one disease, a new disease replaces it — polio's victims now succumb 
to cancer. If in the civilized world deadly epidemics are rare, automobiles take 
their toll. 

Man in each era, be he Elizabethan poet or hippie, faces the same conflict of 
integrity and conformity to society; he still shares the same search for meaning and 
identity in a confusing world. Throughout the world, fanatical patriotism and sick 
hatreds still impel nations to war. The methods may change, but no matter how a 
man is killed, he is just as dead. Civilization has not advanced appreciably in the 
directions which are really significant. 

History has not changed because man has not changed. The average indi- 
vidual can only try to improve himself. Perhaps if enough do, the course of future 
history can be changed — while there is still time to change. 
60 Esther Friedman 





^Uai GlinXfUuj, Vine, 

I lay on the ground and let the grass tickle my body. I looked 
up at the sun and let its rays blind my eyes. In the distance, a 
bluebird sang with fervor. Not a foot from where I lay, stood a 
small insect. Its small, transparent wings that let the sun filter 
through and its small exquisite body were formed with the per- 
fection of creation. Almost entirely covered by a small vinelike plant, 
it was almost hidden from my view. Fascinated, I watched the 
scene unfold. The little insect struggled and fluttered its wings 
frantically as it tried to escape from the clutches of the clinging 
vine. Finally the struggle ended. The insect ceased to be, and the 
vine was once more insignificant in the vast surroundings. 

I watched the entire scene unfold with the repressed fascina- 
tion of a prophet who can foresee the future but is powerless to 
change it. If only the little insect had not attempted the unequal 
struggle, it would still have been standing on the grass, not a foot 
from where I lay. If the insect could have stopped to contemplate 
its position, it would have lived to gaily flutter its wings in the 
warm sun. 

I see a vision of a man standing on the shores of a vast and 
beautiful ocean. Its waters are colored all the colors of the rain- 
bow. I see him running out to greet the running tides. Yet alas, 
all too late he remembers that he cannot swim against the forever 
rolling waves of the ocean. He does not stop to think. Frantically, 
he tries to carry the waters on his shoulders, but the yoke is too 
heavy. I see him melt away into those multi-colored waters. His 
last gasps for breath are stifled. 

As I lay on the grass and watched the little insect and the 
vine, the lesson they told seemed far too great to be confined to 
them alone. If man would stop rushing against the ocean waves, 
perhaps he could ride with them. If he would leave the hubbub 
of everyday life, go out into the fields, let the blades of grass caress 
his body and look for the lesson that G-d has put into the smallest 
of His creatures, he would be able to conquer oceans. If man would 
stop running and take time out to contemplate himself and his 
existence, he would not be stifled by that clinging vine. 

Janet Weinglass 





Une Lettre Imaginaire 



£Por qué mascamos gonial 



62 



Mon Cher Monsieur Lilker, 

Je suis content de vous renseigner au sujet de 
la contribution merveilleuse faite par "le Corps 
de la Paix," spécialement éduqué pour cette raison, 
qui a travaillé si diligemment à Paris. Les neuf 
jeunes filles de YUHSGM que vous avez envoyées 
ont réussi extremement dans leurs efforts. 

Parmi les modes nombreuses produites apparem- 
ment par le travail de vos ambassadrices, est un 
nombre étonnant de bérets brodés en crochet 
portés par nos jeunes hommes! Et l'industrie des 
robes est tout en derangement à cause de la de- 
mande écrasante et imprévue pour les jupes plus 
longues. 

Un renversement fort notable que j'ai observe 
récemment (qui puisse menacer le titre de Paris 
comme "la ville d'amour") est la rareté des couples 
le long de la Seine. Comment le "Corps" est venu 
à bout de faire cela est un mystère! 

La perfection, la connaissance exceliente de la 
langue franchise de vos étudiantes ont fait sur 
moi une grande impression. Et, en general, leurs 
accomplissements et leur manière de se conduire 
font une impression excellente de leur école. 

Veuillez agréer l'expression de mes sentiments 
très distingués. 

CHARLES de GAULLE 
President de la République 

Deena Geller 



Ad Astra Per Aspera 

Erat dies frigidus mense Septembri cum trede- 
cim milites cum duce in bello aedificio rosario in 
urbe Novo Eboraco convenerunt. Is erat primus 
concursuum multorum. Propositum — linguam Lati- 
nam oppugnare atque denique eam vincere. Dux 
pugnam difficilem futuram esse explicavit sed 
milites provocationem libenter acceperunt. 

Duo anni post eum concursum iam lapsi sunt. 
Pugna difficilis certe fuit. Tarn difficilis erat, re 
vera, ut II milites magnae virtutis in certamine 
amittebantur. 

Ea pars pugnatorum quae permanet, numero 
undecim, iam discesserunt et mox alio ibunt — 
fortasse ad alias pugnas. Dux eis consilium bonum 
impetus quo posthac uti poterunt dedit. Paratiores 
ad omnia pericula subeunda erunt. Ad altiora 
studia precedent atque — quis scit? — ad astra forsi- 
tan pervenient. 

Malkie Steinmetz 



En nuestra escuela se prohibe mascar goma, 
porque es una costumbre vulgar. Ademàs, llegó 
al pais por la amargura у odio de un cruel general 
mejicano, Santa Ana. 

El general tenia una pierna de madera. Durante 
la guerra entre Méjico у los Estados Unidos en 
1836, unos soldados norteamericanos le quitaron 
la pierna de madera mientras él dormia la siesta, 
у la usaron corno palo para jugar beisból. 

Santa Ana se hizo dictador de Méjico, у por 
su crueldad fué expulsado de su patria. Vino a 
los Estados Unidos у vivia un riempo en Staten 
Island, donde tenia un pequefio vecino, James 
Adams. El muchacho notò que Santa Ana casi 
siempre mascaba algo. "Masca Ud. tabaco, 
Sefior?" le preguntó James. 

"Es chicle, joven, la goma de un àrbol que 
crece en Yucatan." 

Cuando Santa Ana partió para otro pais, regalò 
a James un paquete de goma. James Adams anadió 
azucar у otros extractos, hasta hacer un producto 
que le gustò, у asi empezó la industria de goma 
de mascar, la maldición que nos dejó el general 
Santa Ana que odiaba a los norteamericanos. 

Ellen Yazersky 



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t:dhj:i itt'jn лютгрлто 



элрэ оолзлл law .(1729-86) г.о'лла л^а sin л'лалла rfnvmn лучлп 'as 
'jansn "nwiwi .D"Sio , i l 7'3n vnuvsn paiyai о"лпзол vmmraa р'вхл хтл .а'лалая 
лгал ."пэпп ]пл„ i^w патл nini 1 ? о13'оэхэ inwxa вяэгиетп ins лтлл лл'о 1 ? 
.p'ltfa ,п'лэлхл опхэ onvvn ^y пни rmii^ nnrs l'roia по'пла ^ imanynn 1 ? 

.n'jioaoai. 
■mint by nn'au? 'ла тл — л'лвлдл ллапп 'una г.о'лла bw n'wxn inn'jxn 
ntaumnv man n' 1 ? mis nx'an — niixan arpa 1Л1П'лтз1 1'Л1эр1Рлз рхл тп'Э 
ni'Va^a лпэта тлэ^хэ пюпл mn' in: пэчрлп nmxa .лпэт ]vwb птачал "рлп х'л 
овху 1 ? too' BTinw ~\ntòw ras" го'пла .лтплтх лтчэг '"лил itspi г'лу лх лппта 
.лтплтх лтпэт 'w дчрл 1 ? ìntor ,п'^э п"?эгл игэтч пл'лал лзв? лх 
лх ли"? 11 ? п"?пла ,7по"?таа min л'лалдп пэгсп лча 1 ? лх iay uà 1 ? лтах'? iva 1 ? 
глинам 'э by nx .лтэу лтпиа элэл 'лаллл 1аппл .ипрл 'элэа п'р^п naai rninn 
тта^п! гла an ш' ,птапаэ л^р nvixaa лаи?л iaxya «ini nnw i'n г.о'ллв bw 
/пхллп toexw п"?хэ I'm l^iarin ло'лла ^w urna л'эа otoaipan .луп лплл 1 ? 
тдлпл лх "л-пл'а sma» тюя ^уэ ,дхлза 'пл^> 'гхртп' 'an трлл ол'п 1 ? х 1 ? 
шла чзх птпл пгтп'л 'Д'лла .mam тта^л люлпшз ло'пла элэи? тхал лхт 
— л'лалдп navn лча^ iV пллул лпв© 1 ? лээлл плчлп ]wb i^'awaitf — тухл тало? 
.Л'^э п^эгсл ìaxy 1 ? впэтю лих 1 ? ппп'Л ma'? лх пал 1 ? П'ЛР 
.nixo'cna^ix 1 ? юлэл! лпп'п та'га noia лх х"?а"? чр'эол нЬ ло'лла bv тта^л 
лпх 1а'"72?л ,пта ^ар 1 ? n"iao anb гх О'лчл' Л1лзи? 1ХЛ1 опта 1 ? pin лх ia"DU7 лпх 1 ? 
лх on 1 ? minw ,тюУш№ ina© ал .л'лаллл mana bipn-b лла by лпл'л лх dui 
пх'зрл лхлла .vnima эи'вэ n'"?y pm ла лхллл х*7Х 1лгтл' ^у лл'1 х 1 ?^ рл xV ,ттл 
х 1 ? 1 ? ii^iyan ла'о .Л'а1хлз па ллт тх лл'л Л1хи'ола'Л1хп '^лэ та 1 ? из'лл main ]'аа 
.и;лрл ллли ^у n^a^m лшл iia 1 ?'? лзо 'ла лота лзяул ал лл'л рза 
.ахал лх ipnb П'а П'л xb л.х ппал лш1лл by та' пюа лувхл то^лла 
]Wb '1УЛП ллап// лю' 1 ? родила ]ллц; лз'плл лх паи? 8 ? T's 1 ? 12?' ,"?эл тла 1 ? 
^ mani тта'гла naania лл'л© лхтл ллапл лх'змп inia 'лз 1 ? о^лл^э ."лау 
."^охал// Diya лпаул лэк?а гшлл лул ала лх )ю , ?лла 
bvr\ ул'л '^лзл ,плац? ai^nn лр'уа рвхл "поха^а 1элп^л^ О'лзюл алра 
ansa ns'S'i 1лал лшв "п лх отппа лхла xin Ьлаю i 1 ?^ "ллхзп »твг* .(1725-1805) 
.л'лалла л^лпл лпаул лпзол л^^а ллимпл л'лп.л лх О'пла 
ла'рлй/ "^хли" лаэп 1 ?! Ькту niann 1 ? ллапл» л'лалла ллои ро'Ьлла ппх лпэ 
лл1хаи/ "'гхлц/' лаэп// '^уаа оппх .Ькгмп пу ^wi лпл'л ^ц? лаул лх nipn 1 ? плоа 1 ? л 1 ? 
.о'ал ппп iu;aa лплпл^ иау bw лщволл лл'рп тплэлл^ т.ллл лх i^o лэ1рлл 
палл хп .(1794-1886) ГЛ1Х рэ' 1 ? aiD'OT л"л п'л "bKivr> лаэп» '^уаай? aiii -пл 
.nvn mip by аи;эл лх лоа ала о'алй' лш'^ол nanai о'лв'зл лплл лх nipnb- 
Л1ПЛЭЛЛ 1 ? пел лх п'лл лтат ^хла" лтр^ maurn aits' ппав^а ^'хл ул1Х 

.тппп пэ1рла ^хли" лаэп 
nxixa 2wn зал о'пла а'Л'зл 'а' лпэо bw птволп пл^з 0"Л1хлл mian 

.л^лпл пэ1рлз иау ттг 



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п"?гсввп 'Л' "?y ìnVi^i вл'твх p'na I'm: an 1 ?' nam 
Л'аа aniN mpy pi x 1 ? п^вал .В'рчпл ninnai 
.лпл'л p'na втх улр"7 птэлл лр'уэ вх 'a алтл 

ЛПЛ'Л ЛР'ТПЛ "В'Эи1Л,/Л1 В'Л^'Л OTJ ЛЭ1РПЗ вх 

п"?»авл "?w лтлтэхл Л13'ллл 'riy лпл лулэ xVi лаув 
ins 1 ? .Л1уплл 'л^ bw imar 1 ? лалл лх niptV w 
лхли;' 'ла лх вуза вуз па лрчз л'ли? jiox "7Э 
т>х ni^ л'ул maimb B'SDinn т'1хлзлл ппх"? 
плчт? лпаа лурпр л'лчл'л пл'ул лл'п д'лЧл 
лхв л'л впит л-п'у 1 ? аиупл трал .лтаа 1 ? лул1р 
.впила 1 ? nawn ">w лхв! .an'on*? 'алл ляп лпх 
yaxi 'лпп па липал wa В'^э^л пчахл iaxw bw 
•V2W2 х?а iinDa lina пп'злл в"пл ^поа"? птп 1 ? а 1 ? 

Л>ХЧи" ЛПХ1Г 

jbt •чоЬ нв: Л1:пвл ">iv га П'лвлгс тх'пвл 
лчлэ': лчуплп ">nw iv тэпал jn'niyswn ,bVix .ал 
.■7Х-ПУ ^э "па niiwnai 



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min 'л та 1 ? 1 ? 1р'зол х^ вул 'bwb Н'зх 
лчап^лт mia -рлви; ггзпю лпх 1 ? вшала чилглхпл 
.лп'-рл 'awn лтэлэ рхл 1 ? влтэл ^арлп 
лупл 'Л'л:а тчпх пл: В'чруал bw intjw '3*7 

.pbis 'am ^эа лвгсзллч лэ^лр лп'опл 
л'лт Л1зп в'т law л'л "Р'ЛХ/О att>n:w '"ал„п 
т>л тпхлш ^>yi 1лху "?у ллэ-пла ттоп 1 ? лпу 
.х'га лпиат iia'x -рла В'Л'опл в'эаю 

№ .XD' 1 ?'? В1 ЛП'ОПЛ ЛУЧЗЛ ЛУ'ЛП JBT ЛПХ 1 ? 

лшлл nai 1 ?! вчалл .лту лпмлп луил в'л'оп 1 ? лар 
в'^аат ,т1лл лх лр'ул лх в'п'лта в'топл^ иув 
ал пмпл .artìw 'алл тх'гз: *7у mnwa в:атв лалл 
noi:a лтзл 1 ? ,пвппл луилп "?w в'лптал "В'гиа,, 1 ? 
о'лнул в'^п:ал Ъэ 1 ?! в'топл 'lina 'japnnu; лчэо 
.вппа вл 1 ? ix"m 
mane? na'j'ia w'jx '1 1шп л'л впилал шл 

.вп'лво 'jyi В'топл 'jy лталп 
к'злл "?уа ,ппла "7ns -пх'га p"?i -nx'w 'ал 
'ла iix^n л'а 1 ? озал 1 ? "?ллн;л л"ап ло'ц; пхтт 
ixip ^у IX лллпа лз'х липпл пуиллц/ -\Ь тазл"? 
11Х1Л уза: лппа 'л^а ли'оа в^х лпл'а лт bv 

лпх 27двл^а 
•>т гэ лв -iar лэ^а: ла'рл лр^пал^ 'з ^у пх 
в'л^пал .19-л лхал л"?плла лтплл iaai^ ,тзпал 
ллтауа лл1лл iia 1 ? лх ,пал л^уэ лх птта vnv 
Ттв a"?ai^ плтаул лх лр'уа ир'лллй? В'Л'оплт /п 
.в"п B'pi'px пал л^хт n'jx^ iran ,лпв^т лчал'глл 
лха л'плюал лпл' 1 ? л'1зх пзэор «'ал вл'Зй; 
1"?'плл ла в'^плл 'л^хли? -л^э^лл ,л^лп луил 
л:эо ппл'л Vy лар лз1рл nnixa .лпхаа ^i^rt 
•iwxm ''jip: bv лтлтэхл ллтзп niapya yinaa пЪмь 



D"7JJj"iai D'TDTl 




noia naoa ipaynm опкп) xniV pmr »an ^ ww 
ty top .niaisa naia лх чзао an .anaipan nmni 
nynn 1 ? л'л x^ ,b"?ix .ту 1 ? туа mai -л^а bny ваху 
.В'лапгт bw чппл квхт тпл pain лх psoV пэл лхт 
лапа 1 ? ппа пхэ паху лх wnn аул 'biwb 
впуа .трэал тлэч втх чрл папл "?аол ^>у ioiai 
дола ала i"?sd тал xbv "?лрл щ! "?у папвлл 
В'Д'лаа -imn ^"?аа лппэ ^ vii втх тпх ansaai 
лх rnpnw лчаоа лтх'э ins- тх гсатл .в«апп 
ттпл! ,Л'в;вал npyiana nnix -nmwi дщлп ччап 
'ai ^in лтл 'шп лх лахул паэл mi лх Dn"? 
.пп'опл лучал чса (поо-бО) aiu па; "?ya bmw> 
.лютл п"п пп ала rpam wix'a B'aian тхл sin 
лх may 1 ? аул лх nani n"?apa раупп в"в;уэп 
вчто lina x^i лпвв? тле! naixy лчрт тла 'л 
пау» вппла 1"?ал in пат .тв'а ana nnw ìaa 
•рта^л 1 ? wana пп xn .xaon 1 ? i 1 ? т "лпвюа 'л лх 
bv ппт тла х'гх лпху тла mw ла'э^л rw 

.тхв 
па т>^х о'ха ini лчх'гэа Vyaa вмвлл ibip 
■mv myi aninn лх хэч 1 ? ут> xn .ma mm и?эа 
Tiaxm пуха в"пот! ^w впп m-pya лиуу 1 ? "?nan 
ла iwx Tri- лх ал 1 ? пхчт впп лх ртп sin .а 1 ? 
пузип лчрат bw тлиЬ тупЬ лаа by 'л лтзуз 1эт 
anix ча' 1 ? xn .туаал л^уэлт wain лптулп тла 
•>лаат тз'^а в'ртт впээа вптал imaxw 
ххаа Г№ ттэа в^агсак; влпх 1 ? зпрплЪ ama' лоаэ 
лпая^лл тла mj?a*n naiaa птал .aipa ^>ээ тал 
ixma 1 ? вчхп лх пэпра ,и;вап лпвип ппл л^улл 
.тра Ь>эт лу 'гэа 



■ima ^ П'апал пур^п лэчрл хп is -п лхап 
16т лхал тха lamz/ ртп тл' aw в?1ли?л it рха 
"?» nawmn л'хпаа b'jix .лзп'ха rninn тала 1 ? 
•inisa л^э'гэ птт 'аа'о iB^anm чэ^п 18-л лхал 
.рпллт 1>л лапал nxixi птч i 1 ?,- i"?an bw ima 
"?ц? na"?am 'ашвал вахаа nwp луаз лхтл лтпп 

.ВП1ЛП 

"?у парла "vipn mb» Ь\Ьп Л1^>пу1 вт л^^у 
тлп .ваут лх втл'Л "?у lasw вул »aian лут 
.лапва в"В'аэл В'эюэол bv Ьыф тут лп 
.тЬ'лрп "?у В'оал biy лх л^аал пгаэл лт 1 ? noia 
тал п'лю лтпл 71а 1 ? .лтл тх пар гх вх 
1эл iniaa niiTi тл' ^э "па aitrn aipa i^ain 
т^а 1 ? iiBxn "В1ЮВЛ» тлп .naxaixa лаэс? nbnib 
вуз х 1 ? пт 1 ?! B'aìabm ,лоапэ ипзпа laar "73 лх 
.вул 'DWB bv aiiaaa 
вппэал «зтом 'аз» апра тх тххаа airi лэ 
ппх la^aair пэо 'упт в^ххл ninratai впээа 



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naia лк ю'зэлв» diw issai uno-usa di .1498 лзв>з 
linai ,лв>а mina npiai ллкв>з Dnaiw tr птазл л'лэз 

ЛЛ1КЗ 13b D'JHW '2 by «]K .ЬЗТОНВЗ ПККП П'013К 

лЬхв> рво i'K лт^й 1ЭВП» сузлЬ D'ibib di nsipnn 

.ЬЬЭЛ 1» O'KST D'ipa ТЛ 

mai D'i» пэу 'лпкв> оюикл Ьв> лпакл пз K'bsa 
пл'Л1утг> 'В by ч» платах 'злзв лк ллоэ па» i"iy 

ЛВЬ» 1КХ' ЛЬК 0'013К ПТ11»Й .nilPlbp ikb ТЛ ЛПП'З 
ЛПЭОЛа 1ЛП Kb» X'tM «101' 1П1 ,TSU Л1П ,i3bia 

ossa лпвЬ ркл лк этуЬ ìo'bnm пэ-пэ олЬ тзпкл 
nbio .D'ons р л'л Ьклв» р л»зв di .т^дал 'лапл 
лаз xb лпл'л fis'i .лпл'Ь птпв> лпкЬ mbin ibys 
.'ibJ3 л'клЬ nniwn лнвнлЬ pi лзт oaba 
тр'в>э 13"вхл лр'уэ1 пину risisi lobai о'оикл 
'пюэ .нЬш лЬэЬэл тплвллЬ nnannai Л'рппа л'»улл 

ПЬ'ЛР .ЛЬ'ЛПЬ1 DVb niISlSB ШЬ'Лр П013 ЛЬКЛ Л1ХЛХЛ 

.Ьклв"з dki ту 1 ? лэвл нЬ1лэ описвк 

СКВ» 13ВуЬ К1Л ЬВО ЬЗХ 133'К1 Е>КЗ Лу13Л ЛЗОЛ Р8 
.1П31ВК р'! ПК 13ba ЛуэЬ ЛП'ЬХЛ 8^ ЛВ'ЛТИЛКЛ ^tP ЛВ1ЛЛ 
lbO' Kb "0'013КЛ„ by П'ЛВЗЛ 1Т'ЛВ> D'31 П'В рК 

лк IBB»' кЬ п'В'1 лплз .так лповЬ олэлк л» тээЬ 
.obiy iy 1зау bar 'пязл ìai'p 

I^TiO ГГП 



п-оихл ТОКИ 



nn'bSn Xb П'В31 В>КЗ lb'BKB> П'П'318 П'ОПКЛ '»' ПЭ1 

.пят by П'пл'л лк Л'эулЬ Л'Ьторл Л'ОЗЭЛ 
Ь1В>Л1 ЛЗУ 1391 Л31РЗ ЛЬ'3'0 'НЛ'З Л1У1ВЛ лпкЬ 
П'КЗРЛ О'ТЙЭП .1111X31 Л'Ь'ВЕ»рЗ Л131 D'iyb Л1В'ПЛ 

лк 1Л'0Л1 ,лпхи лЬюв» лз'юЬ пзо лк ивлЬ цррз 
вЬпвмЬ пп'Ьзл тап si лЬв>аал .о'нлм из о'пвлл 

RbB> ЛЬК .О'ВЬкЬ D'UT inS-13 П'31 П181рВ31 D'y -ЦВЛ by 

тл олэв> Л1В1рнэ — пут иэу iy лплолЬ 1р'вол 
cai .ma is nnsib лЬ'эв : лтлэл 'звз nay — тую 

lb3pl 1TD33 пву Kb П'ЛП» .ОВ>Л В>Пр by mab юпул 

пк D"pb 1Э'в>вл ллоэ тк nnsim тл лк ту л'клвЬ 

.лпхвл 
"П'01зк„ : птл'л йЛ'пк 'вз 1клрз лЬкл 0'ЬЬа1кл 

П'ЗЛПЛВ ТЛ О'ОИКЛ .031КВ "О'В'ПрЛ П'В„3 1Ь301Л '3 

п'Ьлрла ТЛ1 пэвт лтвв>з пплтз тл .oasy rab оз'з 
.лпвв»а nu'inbi -nasa nib'Bnb п'вллаа 

ПЛ'Ьу D'n'IB'Bl П'013«П 'ЛПК D'apiy 1'Л Л'ОЗЭЛ '1РЗК 

лк D"pb о'01зкл 1Ь1лг>л тв'пл nnabi л'З'у узв>а 
тэтлЬ 'юз лз'зуа казн nt^b .тюэз лзэо ima rnisan 

1У1В Л'Л1 ЛЗВ»Л Л1В' ЬЗ ЛХВ ЬЭ1К Л'Л ЛВ>К 1ПК 013К 

nisa n"pb Ьэтв> lyab ткпз 'ауоа лт лк лвчу л'л© 

.повз nsa ЛЬ'ЭК 
лтл П'оикла о'зл Ш'Ьхл п'в>рл ол"п лпвЬ 
ìb'BKi кзхл! лзпвл лп'юа лЬтаЬ nibyb ол'тзпюзЬ 

.Л'ЬЮРЛ Л'ОЗЗЛ 113ЛЗВЗ 
ЛТ ЛЛ'РП 1018 .Л'Я'ПрЗ'КЛ ЛЬ'З'ОЭ ЛПЛВЗ 148ГЗ 
ЛВПЬВ D»b Л'ОЗЭЛ '"У 13'Л ЛКВЛ Л'^КЛЭ пу юн 

п'01зкз п'Х'прз'ХЛ црэу лпЬ» лвут 'S'n лк ."ппв1э„а 

.(П'ТТП) "013ЛВ» ОЛЬ 1K-IP П'ЛХИПЮ 

Ьвз 'узв^л птз ттапкв цуу лЬу кЬ» л'з Ьэ by 
лк 1К ,лэв»л 'В'з лв' очрзЬпал лк .лаю лл'вв» 1в>п 
am .n'S'i'ipi'Kb nnoia тл onb лЬ'эк 'зэЬ пл'Т сЬо1зл 
iy D"i3'y лшэа та Ьэа олпл'з П'пюпл лк ciya тл 
ороэ лэлюз Л1аЬ сл1К ohi тл ппллв> лпкЬ .ппллю 
Л1в .тэЬал 'Ьпз тпэ1за ,"лв-лг1В1к„ клрз» юта 
луза лвлюлю 11'эв л'озэл 'з'уэ "Юп„Ь эюпз лт 'лтэк 

"01 Л1Э'В»„ 

лк 1пзЬ ìn'bsn» iy 1пз Kbi юр» Kb ЛПВЭЛ ЧРЗК 
110КЛ ЮГПЛЛ 1492 П31РЭ1 ,0'ПЛ'Л 'вЬэ оз -|Ьал Ь» 1вут 
О'ТЗЭЛ 0"13»Л ЛЗ» ,ЛЗВ>Л ЛЛ1К .ПВО ВЧТЗ ,ЬП1Л 'В1КЬЛ 

obis .ЛЮ1ПЛ nsipnn л'в>клЬ лзв>пз ,лр'лак 'ibi Л1аруз 

D'3tt>3 Л1КВ Ч^ВЗ» 11В03 31В"Л рПП ЛЗ» К'Л 1lb'3»3 

ллуг»з Ьааа 'пл'л тэлвЬ mia'ipna лм лап 

О'ЗЛ ' 1KSB 1492 ЛЗВ>3 ЮЗОЗ В'ПЛ'Л ЮПЗ ЮКЬ 

□'ПЛ'Л by ллтзз о» оз лк «Ьлопэз 'звт obpa о'^лиала 
л'л лт .ркл лк зтуЬ 1К шлхзл лк bapb ллтзл Э"пк 
Ьзюпв iba оу лЬзт'Ю пззпэ Ь» ола ллзпл» 'кзлл 

Л1Х ЛХЗЛЛЬ 1310 П'ПЛ'Л Л»КЭ ЛЬ КЮЗ'ЛЬ ЛВ'ЭОП» 'ЗВЬ 

тюу-узлк iy Ь'зз опЬ'л Ьэ лк ЬтзЬ Ьк1зв лЬал 
Ьзюл1вв П'пп'л птз ткнз тв'п лпкЬ .пэз пЬ'эолЬ! 



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л 1:ла ^ 



•è 



тс ivi тал is ,uay Ьв> U'ja зч лх спла г- тал xb mixai лтл naia* 

•№№ 1'УПаП Л1ЭТЭ lbl3 ОУП 0"рЛЛ ПЛТЗ Л1В>рЛ ЛЧЗтрЛЗ .ЬХПВ" Л'З Ьэ Ьв> И'ЛЗ 

.max л -noabi ,in-nnb /й 1 ? о'лтах 
ла'ао чгхэ утр 'a 'a aro- по by maya it пщвсл лчзчу тэтЬ m ->хта 
Ьхчв" Л1заэ тауа pnnnb m ту na'B»3 1лЬ uboib> стаЬл |ув'а .тлуа ххач 
.mixabi лтлЬ тв;пх xba ал anpn bi вчуаэ uaxy лх лхтв* лув>з ib'sx тлахл 
лтппхл nbaia ii'byu; патл isnb ох 'Э лЬхэ п'хлла тл'пл в>лт в"д-|л хЬв> рт xb 
.o\ib> 'sbx лт ллау Ьв; lavp то х'лв; ппл'л лЬпл 'чз'ЬЬ 
тал тдЬл П'зэвпа .npb m в>ав;л д'лт'лат о'топл лвчрлЬ ,тпхЬ лтро 
лпэЬ D44iyB nia'ioa Л1хпхз bivi пав? рпза 1Л'Ю1В> ау ипвпЬаз pi xb Ьэв>л noia 
unain 'очла ,в'ЬЬ1алвл ny ирзхаз ал m чту лт Ьпвтт noia .лпл'л пп тх лх 

.слзэа 
iD'wan /твЬв; ппл птал лчхчх лх ttpx пв>х inpia ттлоэЬх Ьв> ima ппх 
.nviannm лчлтл Л1та лк — л'рлул лэЬвал лк ол'Л'а ìpbvi пв>х хэхл пв> — wm 
ibj-mni 1лтлл пчтвз в'вул .л"вЬпт л'р'Ь'ол лэЬвал л1Ьвпв> лх по 1 пЬхл свт'п 
тЬвлвл тл ллзвп ллтлв; ур 'b'bx Л1ав>з ал ипрл пчтал 'b'bx .'лтл о"пл mxb 



4 



D'ay ТХЛВ; Л1ЛТЛЛЛ 

тл а^ртп -)Г№ а'аув? 



в'з тпа ч хЬ лЬ1в>а Ьхчв" рх лл'л л'вол'Ьпл лвчрлз 
лув>з /im-in byi 1ЛПЛ by тх тав>Ь Ьхчв" оу п'Ьхл тк .лчхчх! 
? Л1лтллл пата by олчхаху! отзчл пх зпрлЬ О'Ь'лч 
n'bin лто'л хрп алЬ 1аорв> 1лау 'лаа п^ат 1ххал Ьхпв" рха ал алах 
itt»3nn хЬв» п'ллэ ib'ox тх 1ххал .п'р'тл a'yiB'yB'.- ппх 1ЭВ'вл1 п'лтл Л1аплав» 
-na^ lie л'л лтэ .пул 'Л'уЬ B'B'nnnbi ^толала yoinb ,лл1лэл нда лх ол'Ьуа ов;зЬ 
лт iio 1 .олз^эх ^этвлк 1 ? ima; )па 'Т by imt^aa 1Л1Х лпт ,Ьплл 



тлп тпха 



О'Ьв'П'а 1т>олал 1Л1лаа ув?э by хоп «т>ош ал ах 'э лЬплл лл1лэл лх icaa 



D'iJia; 

лхЬал 

лптл 



п'лтлаг? 1аплв; ав;л bibn улл -\о лэ пу 
в?прап 'воэа bya грлап Ьплл т,лэл 01хЬла лв-хэ 
D'bu'iT 'авта арлл 

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aba 



лптл 



лпзала лтлл отра тэпэл лизола 1Ьлал 
'ла луав?1 ллп ,]ртл птуЬх .vripn лЬпл by пав; «луав'аэ noi^s ,в>зл ттоа 
Л1эЬаЬ улэлЬ xbi iaya р'тплЬ тул iisnn пх аул Ьв> iaba miy ,пв>л фщ by ов>вл лх 

аул .ув^пл 



таул by ,лтлл by ,iaiy 

bfiyn\nnn па by '1ла uabiy .тлтл; 

"ìainnbi аул лх Tixb л'вуал 




туа it плла л'лллЬ лла by 
чпх .max лпюаа 



01эт>влх .сЬв'П'а лтл Ьалл лх в^пл 
'b'bxb лиапр апрлЬ аул лх ппэлЬ лолт лпхал отр лх iox лав; 
■jba лиха by nayba св'пр ma niab ппзт 'л 'xi 1 пэ!л тх 



.ппл'л лапа в'лтлал ixnsB» лхпзл лх aonb лсл 
топл пэт пппв>л пэ by ìaiy abiyn ibxa -ют лув;з ал, 
аЬ1ул апзт лв'Ьв' Ьу« : рпх 
abiy плэ uabiy п 



ащлв; 
"Л1хах 'л пах 'ппз ах 'э пэз xbi b'na xb 
пат .о'аэал 'а'з рт xb 1лахлл лпэт Ьв; 



схл1ав'пл in'bx, 
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т 1лл1пвз паз 
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тлэол Ьэ 'лза лпл'л 



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Х»1Л 'ЬЭ П\Т snan 'IS ОХЛ '1ЬЛ 7УТ»П ЛЛЙХЗ 

ллтп by й"хал опл 'ba x"?i типзхЬ лэла 
п'эЬчл ,в'лп»в1 D'abin лапЬал 'ba ачрл mra 
'■?э "талрлл,/Ь чл'В'а bias px иуаэ ."опзл^аи 

•РКП Л21рлЬ ПЛ^ВЛ Bblyb Х'алЬ Т'П В'ЬчЬуЛ ПВПЬВЛ 

в'В' aba ватт пх В'лэол ша ола» B'Tiwan 
ib'sx в^сул ornai? pnyi nnnn т»аа 1лл»т iabn 
тха ч»ал»л la» 'пхлл 7вхал Bbix .ирлпп "пхла 
лл'эо лх -p-nnb л:а by ,лпп'п 'В'лпар Bbiyai 
ìmaai ллЬ» впвол чэо тал л'л ,пл1элл тпа лпп'п 
пЬ-глал imxb лЬч»а л»прл ìarnin .ллу ima тх 
тпл лх тха imp-it -nxai ìaipaa тл'х папул 
рт .чхр B'byai ВШТ1 B'biyn в'Ьлл >лв by B'ymb 
,лпуоа bx-i»' пу Ьхч лпхал -т лттл тх лота 

.anatrai пчвю 
лл'Л'у лх хаоа пл'х в^лпх'пл в'^шп pia 
птпла ìai'p па лх bx-i»' ву ах» вчатл "чл» baa 
xb х'л» лаЬ» лл1аха В'Л'аха usi \роа лл1ллл 
.obiyb лвЬта хлл xbi ллл»л 
у л палт ìbia nbiyb -тт ххл ivxa» в'Л'вха члх 

/л лх лул улхл nxbai в'Ьпта 



■л чтя? 'л -jtf 



xin pirn pny ix /'bbnn« лх »iaab msn nxn 
pbi impair rmanan лпхлл pona лзгл »1ээа 
лупа в»вл/, пт Ьэ ayi "Л1й1лл пт в^» ìbyv 
.D'pimn в'аэтзл лх »iaab п^тпв/а ."шалл 
ла»лл nix лх птт'лт Tpa»in лЬу!лл лх выдала 
.naisn^i in 1 ? тзуирал 
тэтЬ u-'by ,ynab в'впп us» тоэл Ьэ ву 
лчпп л^эл noma xin» таз лахуЬ»э утал пэ» 
nxi» в^лЬ тээ» "Dbii» pa 1 ? тьтлЬ biby ,nnoiai 
in лх лигой maa тэта win .>юшл рал Ьэ by 
.лй'йюя узй i»x-i» Ьтй лиа 1 ? пол» язЬвля 
вппЬ» в"пхлп вппп» mira ?лаЬ тэ bai 
D'pnx вЬхэ хчал тхл .a^iy 1 ? ил» 1 xb тхл хчэл 
spin ■•sin baai Л1В1рлп Ьэа ix -пзэ рэтлЬ vbyi 
втрла — вппчлат ,B"n — anibx 'ла впэтл 

.лп» 'в nay 1 ? 
nbn 'й^ ях*1» pavp^y ay Ьхч» 1 вуэ ">a 
Л131рп b» в"13» ,niasyai в-'ау b» nn'Ti лгЬу 
?лшал1 лтчэчл b» Delibai 
гтхЬэл пх уавп лаап ■'хЬва nxn чпп риал 
^уа ''xbs лх пхп Х1л ллау т 1 Ьэа» хтпл Ь» 
abiyn bbn этаа в 1 »™ впэх ìnibia ai л^хпа 
Ь» ррл abiys фо рх ту вп'ут Bvpbn ìnibis ал 
.pyb лхтз 'лЬэл тихл 
1Л1ХТ лтрзэ ч^п Х1Л »э ллл»а1 т^тп утал 
.пхлЬ nyiap п»пря илтт obix .тхл Ь» лЬэпал 
.»влп ppni фзл ррл лх тал bx-wa nix хха 1 ла 
тэ ni хвтЬ xsnb min лзлз» Ь"тп 1лпаЬ» iaa 
.узвл ппта лх nibib pnab Л1»т ллпл» тзлЬ bau 
'лх-/ n bana ima» тал ятр рхлл хзпл» ìaai 
п'пал» Х1~ own» pax 1 рхлл ]утап тэ "тхэп 'л 

."Bbl3 ЛХ 

.лагов л-'ЬэлЬ хтэл iabiya Л"арл хтэ» па Ьэ 
— лЬлрэ вэпл лаЬ» пах — "х 1 л baa рх tnfl'i* 
pia annva пхп лпх» опат ìbnx : таоа emani 
b» wna bbaa ,nn t,x c^iyisi «о'^л 1 ! л^ит 
."Dxas •jdi nxm D'awn ibia 1 !» чахл» ,пл obiy 
by л"арл on лаэ iy paai ултп рхлл рпал 
,naai лаэ лпх by ,oinb ут 1 глтаз» тзвлврл 
.лхпал плэ — тхл "п by 



rub о^Ьтлал п'таэ □ ii ii»a лл^вха 1ллэ1рл 
"П"1л»//Э ulna лхтЬ-'Х .упал пи»а dv-qi 1 wy 
ub ina nbix лЬнхл nnaa 1лЬ» лл»л nso х»1лэ 
ллтла В'улэал n^ibin bai липпл Л1ххапл Ьэ» 
ллп»й 'лЬа ìvby пэа ,л13»ол ла^а Т1ул aw-\w 
^"л 1 хл1ал лтчюпэ п»уй di 1 baa lama vnmn 
.nayn тлаа " 1 л 1 Лй' xb 'л ^x» х»1лл а» ]хэат 
1Л1Х pm mxb лил 1 лл'а рчул n^biyn lis 
DVBX "ibi .лхпал лпю пала Л1риулл ]п»эа 
л^п^вх пу» 'вгикл раЬ плвЬ D'biby лЬх п^пп 
.lib мзпръ лппл атЬу iabn xb» 
пп^хл by ла'хап ллэоп -bm ,лт ina крм 
ìniaa xb» пэ»Ь вл n^iby .ртл пп Dir ау о'вполп 

DI Л7ХЛ .лтл Ьпл Ьэ ЛХ ВТХЛ lb Л»У IT DXiyi 

nnibxn abs пэа pi /nsyb ididi isya mov и'й'а 
вл» плпт Ьэ»л пэа -byaa -"ibx па»л пэа ,тра 
лтоа члтч плт> mbib алхл п^хл D"pibx mra 1 : 

.узвл 
лх ns»bi з'В'л^ п 1 Ьчл»а м'й'а учап 'bm 
пв»а pi n^mna nbxn вщв»л ba obix .тхл »п 
таз лЬрл влах л'пЬиэва лтрпл .п"а»1л п^пл 
mysb nbix ллттр b» п»о»вл 1лтау лх лат 
pinna ,1ЛЛВ1рлз л'лппл гпапрллл npim -bmn 
,л 1 пЬ1лэвл тапрллпа ,anyaa mia 
.пчрЬвй лаха лЬх о^й'а влЬ впу 1лх» D ii n»n 
лл-'вха 1ллэ1рл лх .Л1й1лла bbisi срп» урча тхл 
пчлэпй вручал ."ЬЬП//Л лх »пэЬ л»взл пр^а 
7xai ,nnpab Л1»тп nixsan B'K'xaai пт>рлу лглэл 
yisaa Л1ву1л рл niy>p»a л!Ьтл Л1йхуйл ">л» 
bbnb niCBai д^в b» п^п •'Ьл рлаа -лглэлл 
лх "»13Э//Ь тлл1эла тЬплл лтйхуйп .впэпл 
тлут ,(01Л1) niubi (ona) nnxa aaiab yinb ,ллаЬл 

71ЛТ» 1 'Й 

П1йтрллп1 упал пв»а о'Л'вш v- ипт ìbx 
л^Ь^авл ,л»зпп тапрлл ay naa na aniy п^шл 
П'зплл тапрлпл ,пхт naiybi ,рлу nysa лапрла 
ЬЬэа вх ут 1 •'ai ,bmix nsa ару .o^bsya пЬллпа 
.ЛЬх 13'й'а 1 л»Ьэ nnoia л ч Ьу л»ппла 
ллпаа Х1л xbx aam naiy 13 1 » тхл» pnai 
1пчэ bya пл ,лЬуа nbya nbiy Kin 1 ч х вх ,"ibin„ 

.ПВЙ ЛВВ Х1Л -ni 1 



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REACT 




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From the beginning of our freshman year, senior 
American History loomed fearfully in the distance. 
We had all heard tales, true or otherwise, about 
Mrs. Faerber's "think-for-yourself" history class. 
We now experienced her unique method of teach- 
ing, ourselves. While her class does not consist 
entirely of "Faerberisms," they serve to liven up 
an already lively class. 



Hel-lo, I'm on your line. 

You were in this theater last week; I was the Prima Donna. 

"I beg your pardon, I grant your grace. 

I hope the cat will scratch your face." 

Why did I stick out my tongue? 

Daniel Boone and the other hippies of the day . . . 

Cattle come from other cattle — see your bio teacher. 

If you're having a good time, pay an amusement tax. 

I'm so biased, I can't see straight. 

Now I will talk out of the other side of my face. 

This is Mrs. Faerber's kindergarten. 

Pineapples are funny? You look pretty funny to a pineapple, too. 

Repeat — this is a hearing test. 

Is there anyone here who thinks I'm making it up as I go along? 

Are you making fun of me? 

You are a depraved, deprived class. 

Put your hands down; I'm picking on someone. 

Anyone who thinks that I'm going back to the topic is purely crazy. 

What do you want from my "young" life? 

The 12:30 train is now departing. 

Teddy bears were named for Theodore Roosevelt; that softens my heart 

toward him somewhat. 

"You rocks, you stones, you worse-than-senseless things." 

If you go to sleep, you miss all the fun! 

Who can resurrect the question? 

Question — What's a white cracker? Answer — a saltine. 

Maybe you don't know any history, but get the chairs straight. 

Buy low, sell high; that's the American lullaby. 

What I was muttering, I really meant. 

We're going no place in a terrible hurry. 

A lot of blockade runners, all of whom were named Clark Gable . . . 

You all look so — pardon the expression — dull. 

I'm Joan of Arc — I hear voices. 

Try not to be nervous and I'll try to be nice. 

Anyone who can learn under these conditions can learn anything. 

I'll try to keep still — anyone taking bets? 

You lied on the witness stand — sit down! 

I think you'd better shut the door; you never know when something 

interesting might happen. 

If you don't know boys of draft age, don't admit it. 

It's brilliant when I say it, stupid when you do. 

"Rest, perturbed spirit." 

Relax, Mrs. F., you can't win. 



Пав! Will attb ©estamntt 



We, the class of '68, realizing that the end is near (and glad of it) and wishing 
to do our duty by those whom we leave behind, do acknowledge the benefits we 
have received because of their generosity and, in return, do hereby bequeath the 
following: 

We leave Rabbi Eliezri invitations to all our weddings. 
He then leaves us alone. 

We leave Miss Grossman the lead in "Hamlet." 
She leaves us all the minor parts. 

We leave Rabbi Gold an invitation to model his bowtie at our fashion show. 
He leaves things being as they may. 
Henry Clay leaves us a dead mackerel in the moonlight. 
We leave him another wishy-washy compromise. 
We leave Mr. Schwartzbard a Bonche Shtok sweatshirt. 
He leaves us memories of the good girls we used to be. 
We leave Dr. Pascal a "Rosa Bianca" and' closed windows. 
She leaves us bobby pins and covered shanks. 
Mr. Steif leaves us a Historia course "al regel achas." 
We leave him without any victims. 
Mrs. Greenfield leaves us to our own devices. 
We leave her cold. 
We leave Mr. Klein a rubber ruler. 
He leaves us a convertible couch. 
Theodore Roosevelt leaves us the Teddy Bear. 
We leave him a small stick and a PA system. 
We leave Miss Offenbacher a key to the executive washroom. 
She leaves us membership cards in the Navi-a-Day Club. 
We leave Miss Adlerblum many happy returns. 
She leaves us an analytical board eraser. 
Rabbi Perlman leaves us rhymes and a wealth of knowledge. 
We leave him canned laughter. 
We leave Rabbi Neiss everything nice. 

He leaves us a course in Jewish history with American backgrounds. 
We leave Mrs. Faerber drip-dry dollars. 
She leaves us gasping for breath. 

Miss Spitzer leaves us a censored play about our mathematical drawbacks. 
We leave her a long life out of the classroom. 
We leave Mrs. Finnegan a class of noiseless page-turners. 
She leaves us, with a sigh of relief. 
We leave Mr. Stahl a fan (?) club. 
He leaves us his handprint in glass. 
We leave Mrs. Green a mutated lab coat. 

She leaves us a new vocabulary and a trip to the Isles of Langerhans. 
We leave Mrs. Elkin a passage to Frellis. 
She leaves us mangoes and a passage to India. 

We wish that we could leave Mrs. Lilker a sweatshirt she could wear. 
We are informed that we leave Mr. Lilker a slide projector. 



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4. Faculty Advisors: 

English : Miss S. Grossman 
Hebrew : Mr. A. Steif 
Art: Mrs. E. Levinson 



The Elchanet 



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Staff: 

Susie Pollak 

Elaine Ruditzky 



6. Business Managers: 
Jeanie Berger, Susie Tennenbaum 

7. Photography Editor: 
Libby Marcus 

Assistant Photography Editor: 
Carol Goldberg 
Photographers: 
Joy dicker 
Elayne Helfgott 




8. Historians and Biographers: 

Seated, 1. to r. D. Jacobs, M. Asch, M. Pascher, S. Maza, 
L. Marcus, L. Rosenberg, A. Ottensoser. 
Standing, 1. to r. J. dicker, S. Pollak, J. Shulman, J. 
Sayovitz, E. Ruditzky, R. Applcton, M. Ring, P. Feld, 
S. Neumann, A. Weisel. 



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Executive Council 




Left to Right: Miss E. Offenbacher, Faculty Advisor; J. Eisenberg, President; E. Gurzinsky, 
Secretary; C. Schmookler, Vice-President; J. Sporn, Treasurer. 



The General Organization, led by our dynamic president, Judy Eisenberg (who 
took the only office she had not already tried), Vice-president Cindy Schmookler, 
and their capable staff, is where all the action in Central is formulated. As for the 
well-organized appearance of the G.O. office — well, the plans that emerge from 
that office are more important. The G.O. is credited with sponsoring our weekly 
assemblies, our Chanukah and Purim chagigas, an annual fashion show, our annual 
school production, and, of course, maintaining a diplomatic rapport with the Admin- 
istration. Advised by Miss Offenbacher, this year's G.O. has done a commendable 
job in keeping activities going, producing a school production in record time, and 
raising the morale of the student body as high as it can go. 



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Fall Term 



Counterclockwise: V. Tennenbaum, E. Ruditzky, P. Kuflik, R. Stahl, M. Fishel, H. Bendkowski, 
V. Gerstein, D. Greif, B. Pomerantz, E. Helfgott, B. Radzinski, S. Rudoff, P. Schwerd, E. Prets- 
felder, M. Grunberger, S. Magnus, M. Ladenheim, E. Stern, H. Trauring, D. Merkin, A. Salb, 
E. Gurell. 



General Organization 



Spring Term 




Counterclockwise : R. Fishoff, S. Tennenbaum, M. Isbee, M. Wadler, T. Reich, A. Zlotnick, 
R. Schlussel, R. Noble, S. Bergstein, S. Rudoff, R. Suchman, S. Stern, A. Steinberg, 
S. Scharf, F. Walfish, S. Schulman, R. Stahl, S. Pollak, N. Galin, M. Furst. 



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COURIER 



Yeshiva University High School for Girls of Manhattan 



Е©А&.$#£ : Й. 




Seated left to right: G. Ratzersdorfer, L. Rosenberg, M. Ring, H. Gross, Editor-in-Chief; 
M. Rosenstock, Miss S. Grossman, Advisor; D. Pinczewski, S. Last, E. Friedman, Editor-in- 
Chief; C. Neumann, J. Shulman, J. Weinglass. 

Standing Row 1 : E. Getman, C. Goldberg, R. Getzler, I. Gertel, S. Neumann, J. dicker, 
P. Feld, G. Wajsman, L. Steif, R. Bienstock. 

Standing Row 2: S. Maza, C. Matkowsky, R. Appleton, M. Seidlin, L. Zinstein, S. Scharf, 
M. Isbee, A. Zlotnick. 



COURIER 

Now making its almost monthly appearance on 
official newsprint, the Courier is an influential 
arm of the student body. Although the views and 
opinions expressed therein are necessarily those of 
the management, the Courier continues to raise 
its voice on behalf of the students. As the outlet 
for students' gripes, to be voiced openly and fairly, 
the Courier manages to keep the students informed 
and happy — that is, everyone except the editors, 
Esther Lee Friedman and Harriet Gross, who can't 
understand where their huge staff of reporters 
has gone, come meeting time — (for whatever the 
excellent reason). Despite this and an unstrateg- 
ically located printer, the Courier is a much antic- 
ipated publication. 

HAMEVASSER 

Given almost equal space with the Courier, 
every letter, sentence, and paragraph in the Hame- 



vaser is lovingly and tenderly beaten into shape 
by the dedicated staff and their faculty advisor, 
Mr. Steif. Besides timely articles on the Chagim, 
Hamevaser includes feature stories on Aliyah, news 
of Jewish interest, Israel — told by girls who have 
been visitors there, and a section on improving 
our Hebrew usage. Hamevaser gives the student 
an excellent excuse for putting her Hebrew to 
practical use, painlessly. 

HAMAGID 

Hamagid, another Hebrew publication, is our 
weekly introduction to Parshas Hashovua. Pain- 
stakingly edited by Judy Sayovitz under the guid- 
ance of Mr. Steif, Hamagid has become required 
reading in some classes. Although publishing it 
has become a matter of who's got a Hebrew type- 
writer, Hamagid has appeared faithfully every 
week. 



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"ÌV^DD 




Seated left to right: G. Ratzersdorfer, B. Peli, S. Last, Editor-in-Chief; Mr. Steif, Faculty 
Advisor; R. Schlussel, T. Reich. 

Standing: F. Walfish, R. Ben-Dov, A. Zlotnick, S. Starrett, S. Haber, M. Wadler, M. Rosen- 
stock, E. Szmulewicz, M. Wiener. 




S. Starrett, J. Sayovitz, Editor; Mr. Steif, Faculty Advisor; R. 
Fishman. 



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Debating 



Seated left to right: M. Ring, S. Maza, C. Glicksman, R. Reich- 
man, D. Cardozo, E. Doft. 

Standing: S. Luban, S. Scharf, S. Last, J. Shulman, Debating 
Manager; G. Ratzersdorfer, E. Szmulewicz, M. Stern. 



High School Bowl Team 




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Seated, left to right: R. Silber, M. Milner, Mr. H. Stahl, 
Advisor; A. Ottensoser, Captain. R. Salb. 
Standing: M. Pascher, M. Seidlin, J. Eisenberg, R. Ap- 
pleton, A. Rhein, B. Ehrenberg, F. Wahrsager. 




E. Krumbein, F. Alpert, F. Walfish, P. Feld, M. Feigen- 
baum, E. Kronenberg, R. Fishman, J. Yazersky, M. 
Rosenstock. 



Library 




A. Zlotnick, G. Wajsman, E. Strauss, С. Glicksman, R. 
Getzler, I. Gertel, P. Kuflik, M. Feigenbaum. 




Standing: C. Weinberg, D. Pinczewski, A. Haberkorn, S. 
Luban, E. Gurell, S. Haber, D. Merkin, A. Rhein. 
Seated: M. Feigenbaum, Rabbi Perlman, R. Fisch. 




A. Liebman, A. Cohen, F. Baer, S. Feldstein, P. Schwerd, 
J. Bernath, L. Zinstein, R. Lipner, M. Feigenbaum. 



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National Honor Society 




Row 1 left to right: C. Schmookler, T. Gutwill, E. Doft, S. Goldwasser, D. Cardozo, F. 

Wahrsager. 

Row 2: A. Ottensoser, E. Friedman, J. Sayovitz, M. Pascher, President; Mr. Steif, Faculty 

Advisor; E. Kronenberg, Vice-President; P. Feld, Sec.-Treas.; A. Rhein, E. Yazersky. 

Row 3: R. Suchman, D. Jacobs, Z. Appel, B. Topor, S. Samelson, G. Wajsman, A. Zlotnick, 

S. Neumann, M. Steinmetz, L. Zinstein, J. Fink, L. Steif, R. Tershel. 

Row 4: M. Milner, R. Silber, J. Weinglass, E. Gurell, R. Perl, C. Tendler, S. Album. 

Row 5: S. Luban, F. Weitman, S. Kuflik, H. Bachrach, B. Newton, M. Seidlin, J. Eisenberg, 

R. Appleton, F. Grossman, M. Fishel, S. Feldstein, A. Heisler, S. Rapps. 



Composed of 47 girls, and led by Mr. Steif and President 
Marilyn Pascher, Aliyah represents all the ideals which a Central 
girl strives to attain: scholarship, character, and leadership. 

Aliyah sponsors at least one Hebrew assembly, publications 
for the Chagim, and a campaign to increase our Hebrew conversa- 
tion, via the annual Milon, which compiles a list of modern Hebrew 
words and idioms. 

The ever-increasing number of girls to join the ranks has 
reached an all-time high this year, proving that, despite the stiff 
requirements, it can be done. 




No, they're not waitresses at Howard 
Johnson's, nor are they guides for the 
New York World's Fair. These orange 
and blue garbed creatures are members 
of the Rubber Banned, that great Central 
rock group which swings with such fa- 
vorites as the Beatles, S & G, and other 
folk tunes. The only R & R band to boast 
only one drum, the Rubber Banned still 
manages to keep the beat. 



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They zoom down the courts, feet pound- 
ing against the pavement, hearts beating 
frantically. It's up, up, and then . . . 
away — it misses. And so our team, led by 
Captain Lealle Rosenberg learns once 
again: "It's not whether you win or lose, 
but how you play the game." And yet, 
Central basketball fans take heart from 
the fact that there's always another court, 
another team, another game — somewhere. 





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From front to back: L. Rosenberg, C. Weinman, I. Gertel, A. Bendheim, R. Tershel, F. Rothen- 
berg, M. Mandel, J. Lunzer, A. Heisler, B. Newton, J. Fink, Captain and Athletic Manager. 
Honorable Mention to: Z. Appel, R. Appleton, E. Rosenstock. 



Boosters 




Cheerleaders 



Counterclockwise: M. Eckstein, S. 
Chesner, E. Helfgott, N. Fishel, 
H. Benkowski, J. Silberberg, J. 
Pfifferling, J. Bernath, L. Stein, 
P. Schwerd, С Goldberg, R. Neu- 
mark, E. Friedman, Z. Mirsky, J. 
Baruch, V. Tennenbaum, L. Steif, 
A. Steinberg, E. Lander, E. Szmule- 
witz, P. Schindelheim, R. Perl, S. 
Ginsberg, B. Cohen, E. Gevins, 
M. Ring, M. Weinfeld, P. Boren- 
stein, R. Fishoff, R. Frank, S. 
Fisher, M. Schechter, S. Neumark, 
G. Ratzersdorfer, M. Fishel. 




Counterclockwise: E. Offenbacher, 
M. Grunberger, E. Helfgott, S. 
Samelson, C. Tendler, Co-Captain; 
J. dicker, Co-Captain; J. Green- 
blum, E. Getman, S. Goldwasser, 
S. Drattler. 



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From left to right. Row 1 : C. Adler, R. Suchman, D. Jacobs, S. Pollak, M. Ladenheim, 
R. Kalowitz, J. Weinglass. 

Row 2: H. Leitner, M. Grunberger, M. Stein, D. Geller, Head; R. Fisch, F. Weitman, C. Wein- 
berg, M. Ring. 

Row 3 : A. Cohen, M. Isbee, N. Bendkowski, N. Rephun, S. Chesner, S. Kinderlehrer, S. Kuf lik, 
R. Berger, S. Adler, С. Glicksman, S. Wind. 



№*^**Лг* 





С. Schmookler, Co-Captain; J. Weinglass, Co-Captain, J. Greenblum, H. Gross, J. Berger, 
S. Goldwasser, M. Asch, S. Bergstein, E. Friedman, S. Telsner, S. Magnus, A. Schindelheim, 
J. Pfifferling, P. Kuflik, M. Wadler, E. Offenbacher, E. Gevins, P. Schindelheim, I. Gertel, 
S. Ginsberg. 







Row 1: A. Cohen, M. Furst, L. Marcus, E. Helfgott, F. Wahrsager, H. Geller, M. Grun- 
berger, M. Asch. 

Row 2: N. Michaels, P. Rosenbaum, M. Weiner, M. Feder, M. Ring, D. Weiss, P. Schwerd, 
B. Pomerantz, R. Besserglick, J. Berger. 

Row 3: S. Fialkoff, E. Pretsfelder, S. Rockoff, С Stavsky, R. Neumark, F. Kalowitz, E. Offen- 
bacher, R. Potashnik, C. Neumann, D. Weiss, M. Weiss, L. Zelkowitz. 

Row 4: S. Bender, N. Fishel, D. Jacobs, E. Krumbein, R. Ben-Dov, J. Yazersky, F. Singer, 
M. Steinmetz, D. Greif, L. Zinstein, L. Beri, С. Weinberg, E. Friedman, G. Ratzersdorfer. 
Row 5: A. Schindelheim, M. Pollak, A. Geliebter, D. Lax, T. Reich, S. Neumark, R. Schlussel, 
S. Chesner, G. Wajsman, V. Gerstein, M. Wadler, M. Rosenstock, R. Salb, S. Bergstein. 



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Shut that PA off already. 



Эу, he's at it again. 




I hate you, apple. I wish you were 
a 300 calorie doughnut. 



To Our Darling 

JEANIE 

Shefa Brachot in All Your Endeavors, and 
Mazel Tov to All The Graduates 





MOMMY and DADDY 
JOSSI, RUTHIE and MOSHE 
OMAMA and OPAPA 
THE MERMELSTEINS 
THE REICHMANS 

and 
THE GUZOFSKYS 



To Our Dearest 



SUSIE 



"Your Happiness is Our Happiness" 



Emil and Molly Tennenbaum 



VIVIAN 

CHERYL 

SHIMMY 



Just one of the girls. 



I think you've met your match 
Rabbi. 





You look just as funny to him 
as he does to you. 



But how will it look if none of 
the С class graduates? 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
To Our Daughter 

MIRIAM 

and her classmates upon 
their graduation 

RABBI and MRS. H. MILNER, GRANNY and VELVI 
TZIPPY, CHAIM, AARON and MIRIAM 




Best Wishes to 


Congratulations and Best Wishes 


SANDRA 


CAROL 


on her graduation 


Dr. and Mrs. Moses Tendler 




Shelli and Craig 


Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Maza 


Aunts and Uncles: 

Dr. and Mrs. I. Shulman 


Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Strauch 


Rabbi and Mrs. H. Rappaport 
Rabbi and Mrs. S. Rosenbluth 




Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tendler 


Phyllis, Elliot and Allan 


and Grandmother — Mrs. Narushinsky 



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What did you put in my soup, 
Mrs. Parker? 



When he says no boots, he means 
no boots. 



якжн 



*1И . 

». 




You've given me an Excedrin Our Central days — of wine and 
headache. 



roses . . . 



Congratulations to 

AVI VA 

and the Class of '68 




Mommy and Daddy — Sammy and Brenda — Milton and Susan 

Aunt Friedl and Uncle Irwin — Aunt Martha and Uncle Danny 

Leon and Hanna Zeinwinth — Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Safra 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Enright 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

BARBARA 

from her family 

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Topor 

Froma and Jerry — Grandma Segal 
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Schreiber — Mr. and Mrs. Al Segal 




Mazel Tov to Our Daughter 

ESTHER LEE 

with Grateful Appreciation to All Her Teachers 
and to Mr. Lilker for Four Wonderful, Inspiring Years 

From Her Loving Parents 



He talks that way to my mother, But don't you want to look like 

too. me, girls? 




Would you believe I was once 
Miss Poland? 



Splendor in the grass. 




Would you 
believe a 
semi-finalist? 




In Hawing iHmnry nf 
GDnr Parente 

Шага ani* SlnB^plj l^mtmttan 

who would have been proud to witness 
the Graduation of their Granddaughter 

SABINA TOBY FELDSTEIN 

from 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Feldstein 

and 

Mr. Gerald Schimerman 



Mazel Tov to 

JUDY 

and Her Classmates 
from her 

Family and Friends 



Warmest Congratulations and Best Wishes 

for a Happy and Successful Future 

to our dear daughter 




JOAN 



Mr. and Mrs. Julius Strachman 



Well, it was worth a try. 



Sorry I'm late, Mr. L., but I lost 
my wheel. 





You use it Monday and Wednes- 
day, I'll use it Tuesday and 
Thursday. 



and she only had one drink. 



Masel Tov 

Fran! 

Best Wishes for Continued Success 

to our dear graduate 

and her friends 



Rabbi and Mrs. H. Grossman 
Larry and Mimi 



Congratulations to 

Annico 



MET FOOD STORE 
534 Amsterdam Avenue 
New York, N. Y. 10024 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 

Fredda 

Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob Weitman 
and Dov 



Best Wishes for 

Success and a Happy Future 

to our daughter 

Helen 

and her Classmates 



Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Bachrach 
and Frank 



Best Wishes to 



Miriam Kohlhagen 



Mr. and Mrs. Sammy S. Wechsler 



Mazel Tov and 

many loving thoughts 

to our 

favorite daughter and sister 

Surkie 

Mommy and Daddy 
Yaakov David and Benjamin Luban 



Mazel Tov 
to our dear daughter 

Miriam 



Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kohlhagen 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to 

Annico 

with much love 

Uncle David, Aunt Chana 
Erika, Jacob and Sylvia 




. . For Girls? 



Uncle Marty wants you! 





t^t 








May-ayin yavoh ezri? 



Congratulations to our 
granddaughter 

Fredda 

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Roshwalb 



Mazel Tov to 

Rachel 

upon her graduation 

Mom, Dad, 
Nussin and Aviva 

To our daughter 

Debbie 

Best Wishes for 
a very happy future 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldner 



Bracha V'hatzlacha 
to 

Rachel 

Zeidi Blank Zeidi Schlussel 

Faye, Julie, Neal and Paula 

Lillie and Chaim 

Razzie, Sol, Ronni, Larry, 
and David 



How old do I look? 



Congratulations to 



Zippy 



Mom and Dad 

Shlomo and Mimi 

Yakov - Rebecca - Esther 

Mike, Dvora and the Girls 




Congratulations to 

Diane 

Mangrove Feathers Co. Inc. 

42 West 38th Street 

New York, N. Y. 



Mazel Tov, Warmest Wishes 

and the best of luck to 

our daughter 

Barbara 

upon the joyous occasion 
of her graduation 

Mr. and Mrs. David Saltz 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

Judy Shulman 

from 

HIRSCH & CO. 

Members of /V. Y. Stock Exchange 

25 Broad Street, New York 

Tel. JU 2-5352 




Heenay mahtahnah k'tahnah, hee, 
hee. 



You can come out now — the coast 
is clear. 




Oh, goody, Superman. 



OK, so I don't understand the 
subtleties of the Moonlight So- 
nata, so hang me. 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to 

Rose 

and her classmates 
Mom, Dad and Pessie 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

Lealle 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rosenberg 
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosenberg 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schachter 



Congratulations to 

Eileen 

upon her graduation 

Best of Luck to her Future Success 

from 

Uncle Dave, Aunt May 

Michael, Barbara and Robert 




Lots of Luck 
to 

Chernie 

and her classmates 
Bubi and Uncle Lenny 



The Gellers 

are very proud 

of 

Deena 




Congratulations to 

Ellen Yazersky 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

Judy 

from 

Rabbi and Mrs. Shulman 

Chaim and Jacob 

Grandparents in Washington, D. C. 

Grandparents in Melbourne, Australia 



Mazel and Bracha 
to our dearest graduate 



Marilyn 



Mommy, Jerry, Michael, Toby, 
Sidney, Sharon, Mendy 



I have a book report next period. Let's see, the little hand is on the 

three . . . 





A picture's worth a thousand 
words. 



And the Papa Bear said to the 
Mama Bear . . . 



Mazel Tov to 

Libb у 



Congratulations ! ! ! 
to our 




and her fellow classmates 


Susie 

from 


. V 


Mrs. and Mrs. Arthur Marcus 






Samuel, Jay and Sarah 


"The Five Apfels" 




Congratulations to 


Best Wishes to 


Anita 


Pearl 




and the Class of '68 


from 




L. BLUMENAU'S SONS INC. 

Real Estate - Insurance 


ASHLEY REALTY CO. 

Licensed Real Estate Broker 
Commercial & Investment Specialists 




105 Court Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 11201 


1033 Route 17 
Ramsey, N. J. 327-5255 




Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 


Mazel Tov to Our Daughter 




Chernie 


Ava 

upon her graduation 




Mom, Dad and Tzivia 


Mr. and Mrs. Irving Weisel 




Good Luck to You 


We Wish Great Happiness 




Dinah 


to our darling 

Phyllis 




Your Younger Brothers and Sisters 


|/~^L 


Deborah, Ezra, Daphne, 
Nechemiah and David 


Father, Mother, Renee ^k \A 


Manipulation of the mandible re- 
sulting in the expulsion of air 
molecules. 


Have you seen my ruler, Miss $f^ РСь _^B 
Goldberg? j* QqRI» ±^мЯ 




First prize for endurance. 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to Our Daughter and Sister 

JOY 

upon the occasion of her graduation 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack dicker 

Rabbi and Mrs. Moshe Gottesman 

Dr. and Mrs. Lester Pollak 



The Best of Luck to Our Niece 

EILEEN 

for the Future 

Love 

Aunt Annie and Uncle Max 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to 

CAROL KLEINMAN 

from 

Mother, Brother Mitchell, and 

Grandfather Rabbi Jacob Fromkin 



To 

SHARON 

Best Wishes with Love 
Mom and Dad 



Our Very Best Wishes to the 

GRADUATING CLASS OF '68 

and to Our Daughter 

ROBERTA 

Mr. and Mrs. Coleman A. Rosner 



Best Wishes to 

FRANCINE 




from 
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Yastrab 



Look what the wind blew in. 



That's odd, according to the law 
of gravity . . . 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

MALKAH 

Mommy 



Best Wishes to 

JUDY 

Upon Her Graduation 
Mr. Swab 

Mazel Tov to 

MALKIE 

Upon Her Graduation 

Robert and Toby 
Basi - Peter ■ Joseph 



So You Finally Got There, Huh! 

from 

Mom, Dad 

Cookie, Schmele and Grandma 



Best Wishes to 

SHIFRA 

Dr. and Mrs. Goldwasser 



To 

JEANETTE 

A Happy Future 

Love 
Mom and Dad 



The Odd Couple. 





Have I got a 
son, a son! 




Best Wishes to 

HELEN 

Mr. and Mrs. Max Simon 



Congratulations to 

ESTELLE GETMAN 

and Her Graduating Class 

from 

Mr. and Mrs. Max Getman and Israel 



Mazel Tov and Hatzlacha 
To Our Darling 

ELAYNE 

May Your Future Be Filled With 

Success and Happiness 

Love 

Mommy, Daddy, Grammy, Fyl 

and Bernie 



Congratulations to 

JOY 

Upon Her Graduation 

from her Great Aunt and Uncle 

Mr. and Mrs. Schatz 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schatz 



To Our Beloved Daughter 

CAROLL 

Our Love and Best of Luck 
Upon Your Graduation 

From Your Parents 




Congratulations to 

HELEN BACHRACH 

from 

UNITED TRANSIT COMPANY 

N. Y. — N.J. — N. E. 



Well, if this doesn't work, I can 
always try teaching. 



I'm sorry, but I really must go. 



Compliments from 

SERVICE GARAGE 

Gas ■ Oils - Tires - Tubes 
"Service with Courtesy" 

3565 White Plains Road 
Bronx 67, N. Y. 



All Our Love and Best Wishes 
to Our Dearest Daughters 

SUSIE and SANDY 

Upon Their Graduation 
Mom, Dad and Gary 



Mazel Tov to 

JUDY SAYOVITZ 

Fred Indy — Real Estate 

22 West 183rd Street 

Bronx, N. Y. CY 5-1123 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

For a Happy Future 

To Our Dear 

ANNICO 

Daddy, Mommy and Noémie 



Congratulations to 

RUTH 
L. & M. ALUMINUM 

1193 E. Tremont Avenue 
Bronx, N. Y. 



To 

DEBBIE 

We Wish You All The Happiness 
and Success in The Future 

Moishe and Noemi Muller 



What — me worry? 



щф 




But you just don't look like a 
vice-president. 



And now for my next number. 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
For a Happy Future to 

JUDY 

MOM, DAD and SID 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
for the Future to 

SUSIE STERN 

FROM JEFF 



Congratulations to Our Daughter 

CECILE 

Your Loving Parents 
MR. and MRS. JOSEF WEINHERC 



Compliments to 

JUDY STERN 

from DYCHMANS 
73 West 47th Street New York, N. Y. 



Congratulations to 

ROSE 

from 
MR. and MRS. HENRY L. GERTWER 



Mazel Tov to 

JUDY 

On Her Graduation 



MR. and MRS. KARL STERN 
Al and Carol, Shalom, David and Shoshana 



THE KAHAL DAIRY CO. 

549 Wortman Ave. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 11208 CL 7-1627 



Best Wishes to 

JUDY STERN 

from 

HERSHKOWITZ WHOLESALE 

KOSHER MEATS INC. 

Bronx, N. Y. 




Best Wishes to 

CECILE 

from 
ROSS LUMBER INC. 

Building and Mason Materials 
Monroe, N.Y. 10950 



H. TEICHMAN 

Strictly Kosher Meat 




2385 Broadway 



New York, N. Y. 



Mazel Tov to 

SHULAMIT 

from MOM and LILA 
Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

HENYA MALKA 

wilTi Love from 
MOMMY, DADDY and ABIE 



Congratulations to 

JUDY STERN 



ALL CITY POULTRY CO. 

211 No. 4th Street Brooklyn, N. Y. 

EV 7-2796 



Best Wishes to 

ROSE SUCHMAN 

from 
MR. and MRS. GOLDSTEIN 



Best Wishes to 

JUDY SAYOVITZ 

from 
DR. and MRS. WIDMAN 



Congratulations to 

MALKIE 

from Uncle Willie 

REGENTS MANUFACTURING 
Passaic, N. J. 



Congratulations to 

PEARL 

from 

MR. and MRS. MAGILL 

Paterson, N. J. 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
To Our Daughter 

HEDDA 

MOM, DAD and NAOMI 



Who says beauty is only skin 
deep? 



Not now Miss Elkin, can't you see 
I'm busy. 



m* 




I'll start my diet tomorrow. 



Compliments to 

MARGARET 

from 

DR. & MRS. MAX MEYER 
645 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. 10025 



To 

SUSIE NEUMANN 

from a friend 
To Our Daughter and Sister 

RITA 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 

On Your Graduation 
MOTHER, FATHER & ALLEN 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to 

MARILYN 

AUNT IRMA & UNCLE DAVE 



Best Wishes to 

LYNNE ROSENBERG 

McGLONE & REARDON 

Insurance 

Jersey City, N. J. 



Best Wishes to 

DORIS 

Upon Her Graduation 

UNCLE MICHAEL, AUNT EVA 

HENRY & AVI 




To 

SUSAN 

PAUL'S TAILORING 
of Rockville Centre, L. I. 



Mazel Tov to Our Daughter 

SUSAN 

MR. & MRS. SAMELSON 

MAUZONE'S 

HOME KOSHER PRODUCTS 

69-42 Main Street 
Flushing, N. Y. 



Will the class please come to 
order! 



Simon o'mehr. 



Best Wishes for a Successful Future 
to 

EVVIE KRONENBERG 

E. KRAMER & CO., INC. 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
To Our Daughter and Sister 

DORIS 

MR. & MRS. MORRIS PINCZEWSKI 
& CHAIM 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to 

SUSIE 

MR. & MRS. POLLAK & MIRIAM 



Congratulations to 

MIRIAM 
and Her Fellow Classmates 

DR. & MRS. MEL ADLER 
Gitti, Neil, Jodi & Moshe 



Good Luck for a Bright Future 
To Our Lovely Niece 

EILEEN 

Sincerely 
ARNOLD & RUTH ROSENSTOCK 



Good Luck 

ELISHEVA 

DR. & MRS. MARGALIOTH 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

SARA LUBAN 

Upon Her Graduation 
SHOMER GLATT Meats & Catering, Inc. 



Compliments to 

EVELYN 



from the Sisterhood of Congregation 
Tifereth Israel of Jackson Heights 



HONEE FINE SHOES 

2335 Broadway 
New York 10024 



I got my job through the New 
York Times. 





And that's why I left Central. 



Oy, even Chedva was better. 



КИЮ 

hub i 



To Our Niece 

DEBBIE JACOBS 

Mazel Tov Upon Your Graduation 
May you have plentiful and 
continual success in your future 

THE FAMILY BERGER 



SHULAMIT 

Best Wishes from 
A FRIEND 

FRIEDMAN-LANGSAM, INC. 

Insurance 

41-25 Kissena Blvd. 
Flushing, N. Y. 11357 



Mazel Tov to 

ELAYNE 

DB. MELVIN J. ADLEB (D.D.S.) 



DENNIS GRIBBETS CO., INC. 

10 Jeffrey Place 
Monsey, N. Y. 



Congratulations to 

SHIFRA GOLDWASSER 

HELEN & ISBAEL FLAX 



Congratulations to 

REBECCA APPLETON 

BILL GALLEN 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

PHYLLIS 

Upon Her Graduation 

AUNT MIBIAM, UNCLE SAM 

Cousins — Pearl, Judy & Charles 



Congratulations to My Favorite Niece 

HELEN 

With Love From 
TANTE BERTEL 




Congratulations to 

EVVIE KRONENBERG 

Upon Her Graduation 
MR. LOUIS SUMMER 



Mazel Tov to 

MIRIAM KOHLHAGEN 

DR. & MRS. MARTIN BIENENSTOCK 
and JUDY 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
For a Successful Future to Our Daughter 

EVELYN 

MR. & MRS. EDWARD KRONENBERG 
and Brothers IRA & ABBA 



And the cheese stands alone 



Congratulations to 

SHIFRA GOLDWASSER 

from her 
MOTHER & FATHER 



To 

MIRIAM 

The "Prettiest" Fagin We Know 

Luv 

THE GANG BACK HOME 



Mazel Tov to 

PHYLLIS FELD 

SIDNEY STEBN & JOE KAHAN 
Meat & Poultry Market 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
To Our Niece 

JOY 

MB. & MBS. NATHAN LOW 
MB. & MRS. BEN GLICKER 



To Our Dear Sister 

SABINA 

Mazel Tov on Your Graduation 

from your 

TWIN BBOTHER SAMMY 

and Brother JEFFERY 



Best Wishes to 

DEENA 

MR. & MRS. VERSTANDIG 




Hurry up with this game. I've got 
to go. 





Oh no, you don't — get away from 
these cream puffs, Mr. Lilker! 



Pssst girls — I've got a single son. 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 

HEDDA 

UNCLE VICTOR, AUNT MARCIA 
& COUSINS 



Mazel Tov To My Niece 

SUSAN 

Upon Her Graduation 
MRS. L. WOLTERS 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 
For Further Success to Our Cousin 

RITA 

MR. & MRS. TIBOR GOLDSTEIN & SONS 



Hatzlacha Rabba to 

CILKA 

Love, 
MOMMY & DADDY — RISA, BERIL 

& AUNT FANNIE 



To 

ESTELLE 

& HER FELLOW GRADUATES 

Best of Luck and Success 

In All Your Endeavors 

JOE 



Best Wishes to 

JUDY 

MR. & MRS. GRAUBARD 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
To Our Daughter 

SHIFRA 

MR. & MRS. FIALKOFF 
Benjamin, David & Ann Rebecca 




Mazel Tov to Our Daughter & Sister 

PHYLLIS 

May Your Future Be Happy 
MOMMY, DADDY & ABE 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 

For a Successful Future 
To Our Daughter & Sister 

MARILYN 

MR. & MRS. MANDEL — Harriet & Yossi 



Mazel Tov to My Dear Sister 

LEALLE 

Love Always — MYRNA 



Congratulations to Our Sisters 

ZIPPY APPEL 
and FRAN GROSSMAN 

Love 
SHLOMO & MIMI 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
To Our Daughter 

MIREILLE 

Upon Her Graduation 
DAD, MOM, JACKIE & ABIE 



With Best Wishes for 
A Happy Future to 

AVA 

YOUR LOVING GRANDPARENTS 



Mazel Tov to 

SUSIE 

FROM YOUR LOVING PARENTS 



Best of Luck in the Future 
To Our Dear Niece 

DERBY 

MR. and MRS. STEINLAUF 
ARLENE and MICHELLE 



Much Mazel and Happiness 
To Our Dear Sister 

CAROLL 

Upon Her Graduation 
CINDY & MARK 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
To Our Daughter 

NATALIE 

MOMMY & DADDY 



Who me — a cheerleader! 



Hurry up and do it — I can't bear 
to look! 





You mean the piano fell again? 



They went thataway. 



Mazel Tov to 

ELAINE 

from 



MR. & MRS. MAX DEAR 



Congratulations to Our Daughter & Sister 

RICKY 

Upon Her Graduation 

RABBI & MRS. THEODORE CHARNER 
& YITZCHAK 



DOWNING CHEMISTS 

868 Lexington Avenue 
New York City, N. Y. 



Mazel Tov to Our Dear Niece & Cousin 

RICKY CHARNER 

AUNT MARLENE, UNCLE BERNIE 
David, Esther & Tova Sima Sherman 



Mazel Tov to 

PHYLLIS FELD 

MR. & MRS. MEYER DANIEL 



Mazel Tov 

DEBBIE 



May life always hold all you want it to and 
may all your dreams and wishes come true. 



MOM. DAD & DAVID 



Best Wishes to 

ELAINE 

Upon Her Graduation 

from 
MOM & DAD 

Rochelle, Melodye and Avram Ruditzky 



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MAZEL TOV 

Sharon — A friend 

Sharon — Mr. & Mrs. Rabinowitz 

Sharon — Mrs. John Sitar 

H. GOLDBERG INC. 

Rebecca — Harry Miller 

Rebecca — Nat Olson 

Rebecca — Mr. & Mrs. Hyman Appleton 

Malkie — Aunt Lillie & Uncle Charlie 

Helen — Mr. & Mrs. Nussbaum — 
Debra & Laurie 

Helen — Fred, Hilda, Helen, & Marty 

LES GIRLS — SPORTSWEAR for the Young Miss 

Helen — Mr. & Mrs. J. Mayer 

Hedda — Rabbi & Mrs. Fefferman & family 

Rebecca — Rabbi & Mrs. I. Finestone & family 

Rebecca — Rabbi & Mrs. J. Finestone & family 

Judy — Mr. & Mrs. Ostreicher 

Deena — Mr. & Mrs. D. Geller 

YELLOWSTONE PHARMACY 

Deena — Mr. & Mrs. Reuben Metchik 

Shifra — Mannie & Eva Levine 

Sharon — Dr. S. Deutch 

Miriam — Ungie & Dande 

Miriam — Opa 

HADASSA BAKERY INC. 

ADAM MANDELBLATT & CO. LTD. 

Ellen — Dr. S. Feldstein 

Rebecca — Norton Bloch, D.D.S. 

Evelyn — Nat Gelfman 

Sandy — Dr. & Mrs. Fersel & family 

GRADUATING CLASS — BUNCHE SHTOK 



Central's answer to Sherlock 
Holmes. 





'Any, a dove just flew into my 
kitchen! 



'Aye, tis truly a dove. 



BEST WISHES 




INTERSTATE PHOTO SUPPLY 

Sandy — Leo Kuflik 

Shulamit — Radz, Nov, Lefko, Maggie 

KEY FOOD STORE SUPER MARKET 

FAR & WIDE TRAVEL, Inc. 

MAUZONE HOME KOSHER PRODUCTS, Inc. 

Marilyn — Dr. Jerome Edelson 

Sara — Sheldon Hoffman 

STAUSKY'S Jewish Shop 

PAPILSKY Caterer's Inc. 

Susan — Max Shier 

Susan — Mrs. Stuhlbach 

Marilyn — Dr. Harold Lesk, D.D.S. 

Rita — Your brother, Allen 

Rita — Mr. & Mrs. M. Horowitz 

Rita — Cantor & Mrs. M. Preis 
KASEY'S KITCHENS 

ROSEN BROS. MEAT MARKET 

Susie — Ella & Samuel Slamovitz 

ZOMICK'S BAKERY, Inc. 

Miriam — Dorothy & Abe 

Elaine — Dr. Kornblant, Optometrist 

Anita — R. Lockfeld 

Anita — A friend 

Anita — Edwin Herzig 

Anita — The Applemans 

Anita — Mr. & Mrs. Zelinger & family 

Rita — Your Grandparents 



Barbara — Mrs. Dora Roer 

Barbara — Mr. & Mrs. S. Silver 

Barbara — Mr. Sol Roer & family 

STEIN'S KOHER MEAT MARKET 

Cindy — Dan Gold 

Cindy — Lillian & Ira Schmookler 

Cindy — A friend 

SCHILD BROS. Inc. 

HERZOG & ADAMS, Inc. 

REISMAN BROS., Shomer Shabbos Bakery 

Malkie — Mr. & Mrs. H. Benoff 

Malkie — A friend 

J. A. PAPER & GROCERY CO. 

Sandy & Susie — Rabbi & Mrs. Goder 

Pearl — J. Urdang 

Pearl — H. Zeiger 

GOLDKLANG'S APPLIANCES— Bayonne, N.J 

Lynne — Dr. Peniah 

Lynne-KOLTOV 

Lynne — J. Leitner 

Naomi — Rabbi & Mrs. Hess 

Mireille — S. Kaufman 

Mireille — PARKSIDE PLAZA 

Susie — Mr. & Mrs. Last 

DNI-CLAVE CORPORATION 

Shifra — Benjy 

Jeanie — Mizrachi Hatzair 

GRADUATES — Rabbi E. Neiss 




No diamonds — yet! 



Please give me my lunch back 
I'm starving. 




Senior Directory 



Album, Sharon— 42 Noe Street, Carteret, N. J. 07008—201-541-4340 

Appel, Ziporah — 2017 Avenue M, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Appleton, Rebecca— 282 Maitland Avenue, Teaneck, N. J. 07666—201-837-6386 

Asch, Malka— 1815 Monroe Avenue, Bronx, N. Y. 10457— TR 2-2719 

Bachrach, Helen — 540 Fort Washington Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10033 — 

WA 8-4883 
Bendkowski, Hedda— 75-11 217th Street, Bayside, N.Y. 11364— HO 4-2957 
Berger, Jeanie— 1500 Grand Concourse, Bronx, N.Y. 10457— CY 9-1933 
Charner, Ricky— 73-23 210th Street, Bayside, N.Y. 11364— HO 4-7462 
Eisenberg, Judy— 32 West 33 Street, Bayonne, N.J. 07002—201-436-6275 
Fasten, Judy— 67-45 Booth Street, Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375—275-2710 
Feigenbaum, Mireille— 108-23 66th Avenue, Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375— 
Feld, Phyllis— 66-10 Thornton Place, Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375—793-2891 
Feldstein, Sabina— 2320 Laconia Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. 10469—882-1487 
Fialkoff, Shifra— 50 Carlton Road, Monsey, N.Y. 10952— 91 4-EL 6-8042 
Friedman, Esther Lee— 67-82 Groton Street, Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375— BO 8-7148 
Geller, Deena— 72-87 Yellowstone Boulevard, Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375— BO 8-6698 
German, Estelle— 2409 Hering Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. 10469— TU 2-5650 
Glass, Natalie— 2190 Bolton Street, Bronx, N.Y. 10462—823-8914 
dicker, Joy— 1306 Fteley Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. 10472—542-7221 
Goldberg, Caroli— 1722 Townshend Avenue, Bronx, NY.— 299-0180 
Goldner, Debby— 118 West 79th Street, New York, N.Y. 10024— TR 7-2789 
Goldwasser, Shifra— 955 Walton Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. 10452—536-1432 
Greif, Dianne— 500 С Grand Street, New York, N.Y. 10002— OR 3-2321 
Grossman, Francine— 3334 Bainbridge Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. 10467— OL 3-0434 
Helfgott, Elayne— 530 Briar Place, Far Rockaway, N.Y. 11691— FA 7-7940 
Hess, Naomi— 701 West 177 Street, New York, N.Y. 10033— WA 8-0034 
Jacobs, Debbie— 91-05 37th Avenue, Jackson Heights, N.Y. 11372—426-9391 
Kinderman, Jeanette— 455 F.D.R. Drive, New York, N.Y. 10002— OR 7-6839 
Kinderman, Sharon— 455 F.D.R. Drive, New York, N.Y. 10002— OR 7-6839 
Kleinman, Carol— 121 Clarke Place, Bronx, N.Y. 10452— LU 8-4149 
Kohlhagen, Miriam— 717 West 177 Street, New York, NY. 10033— WA 8-5989 
Kronenberg, Evelyn— 26-49 96 Street, Jackson Heights, N.Y. 11369— TW 8-4350 
Kuflik, Sandy— 144-19 69th Avenue, Kew Garden Hills, N.Y. 11367— LI 4-9343 
Luban, Sara— 71-14 Yellowstone Boulevard, Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375— LI 4-8013 
Magnus, Shulamit— 220-61 73 Avenue, Bayside, N.Y. 11364— BA 9-5805 
Mandel, Marilyn— 2154 Haight Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. 10461— ТА 8-4417 
Marcus, Libby— 207 West 86th Street, New York, N.Y. 10024—799-6055 
Margalioth, Elisheva — 9 Balfour Street, Jerusalem, ISRAEL 
Matkowsky, Chernie— 1417 Nelson Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. 10452— JE 6-8446 
Maza, Sandra— 18 Clark Street, South River, N.J. 08882—201-257-2947 
Merkin, Dinah— 625 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10021— RE 7-8282 



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Meyer, Margaret— 7 Hadassah Lane, Spring Valley, N.Y. 10977— 91 4-EL 6-2964 
Milner, Miriam— 110-28 68th Avenue, Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375— TW 7-4297 
Neumann, Susan— 144 Autumn Street, Passaic, N.J. 07055—201-778-8346 
Ottensoser, Aviva— 433 Magie Avenue, Elizabeth, N.J. 07208—201-355-3160 
Pascher, Marilyn— 105-06 62nd Drive, Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375— TW 6-3520 
Perl, Rita— 250 Fort Washington Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10032— WA 8-4898 
Pinczewski, Doris— 55 Tiemann Place, New York, N.Y. 10027— UN 5-1813 
Pollak, Susie— 155 Riverside Drive, New York, N.Y. 10024—787-0174 
Ring, Miriam— 812 Hurly Court, Far Rockaway, N.Y. 11691— FA 7-0284 
Rosenberg, Lynne— 2 Lynhaven Court, Monsey, N.Y. 10952— 914-EL 6-2267 
Rosenstock, Eileen — 238 Fort Washington Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10032 — 

WA.8-5902 
Rosner, Roberta— 4475 Henry Hudson Pkwy., Riverdale, N.Y. 10471—543-6545 
Ruditzky, Elaine— 156-11 Aguilar Avenue, Flushing, N.Y. 11367—591-2631 
Salb, Anita— 30 Mountain Avenue, Monsey, N.Y. 10952— 914-EL 6-3242 
Saltz, Barbara— 2463 Valentine Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. 10458— SE 3-7773 
Samelson, Susan— 28-46 210 Street, Bayside, N.Y. 11361— FA 1-3370 
Sayovitz, Judy— 3521 DeKalb Avenue, Bronx, N.Y 10467—653-3659 
Schlussel, Rachel— 58 Madison Avenue, Perth Amboy, N.J. 08861—201-826-2902 
Schmookler, Cindy— 550 J Grand Street, New York, N.Y. 10002—777-5835 
Shulman, Judy— 137-16 70 Road, Flushing, N.Y. 11367— ВО 3-9895 
Steinmetz, Malkie— 1895 University Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. 10453—878-8204 
Stern, Judy— 301 West 108 Street, New York, N.Y. 10025— AC 2-6117 
Stern, Sandy— 651 Britton Street, Bronx, N.Y. 10467—881-6524 
Stern, Susie— 651 Britton Street, Bronx, N.Y. 10467—881-6524 
Strachman, Joanie— 493 East 32nd Street, Paterson, N.J. 07504—201-525-3867 
Suchman, Rose— 409 West County Line Road, Lakewood, N.J. 08701—201-363-2439 
Tendler, Carol— 1 Stuyvesant Ovai, New York, N.Y. 10009—254-8253 
Tennenbaum, Susie— 201 West 86th Street, New York, N.Y. 10024— SU 7-7751 
Teper, Pearl— 270 East 32 Street, Paterson, N.J. 07504—201-279-0896 
Topor, Barbara— 65-01 110th Street, Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375— TW 7-2102 
Turk, Phyllis— 280 Riverside Drive, New York, N.Y. 10025— AC 2-6474 
Weinberg, Cecile— 95-23 67th Avenue, Forest Hills, N.Y. 11374— ВО 3-1902 
Weinglass, Janet — 130 Lakeview Avenue, Rockville Centre, N.Y. — 516-RO 4-1850 
Weisel, Ava— 4555 Henry Hudson Pkwy., Bronx, N.Y. 10471—884-8786 
Weitman, Fredda— 143 White Meadow Road, Rockaway, N.J. 07866—201-627-2583 
Wetzler, Annico— 130 West 86 Street, New York, N.Y. 10024— TR 3-3613 
Wietschner, Ruthie— 1865 University Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. 10453— TR 8-3495 
Yazersky, Ellen— 144-12 68th Drive, Flushing, N.Y. 11367— BO 8-0718 
Zelkowitz, Laura— 149 Harrison Avenue, Jersey City, N.J. 07304— 201-HE 3-8620 
Zinstein, Lynne— 2064 Barnes Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. 10462—597-2234 



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