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YESHIVA UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL 



FOR GIRLS OF BROOKLYN 



2301 SNYDER AVENUE • BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 



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^^^he earth lay in profoundest darkness, fallow, untouched 
. . . And lo! On the sixth day of creation G-d created Man 
and set him on earth to rule thereupon. Centuries have flown 
past, tides have risen and fallen, the sun has sailed into dawn 
from the East and reluctlantly disappeared in fiery splendor 
in the West billions of times. And how has the Earth fared, 
what has man, its master as designated by G-d, done for it? 
Man has built cities where once wastelands thrived, he has 
produced great works of art, he has invented devices of genius, 
he has labored and toiled and he continues to work as long 
as he is man. 



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.sa mi "I'nn in .isdo ps m^av is'jn ,c:dt nay 
no^on ^i^dm na^sm tyotrn di"> cp rftiy mran 
.nsDta p« coys — c:r;n rn inr — e\mn nan 'jk nc 



^myi rnaiyp ,pt tibo D^iyn ns msn pin 
,-Djjn moots' ^n ty any nan sin .psn nyr >>d ypts^i 
,m^an n^ai msxon K^on sin .toro main ix^i 
nost? sin .m« i:n Tiy ^ lmny n« twb'd msm 
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-iixpn njjD-n yit ,an^ yntsn inm« tny Nin .wycn 
inyc> T«D^nn toy ,min lirmra mion toy .rm-o 
.Darin y:ni idnh mo .xvn .hepx ,pnHnn ; -uns ^sd 
■ns rvn Dixn is" 1 "ib>ki .o^iyn nso nst? 1 ? Iks' 1 uww 

.idij toyi inscno 



And what constitutes work? Is it the thought that motivates 
or the action that moves? Work is to each man the expression 
of his own self. 




It is the toil of his body . . . 




The grueling labor of his mind 




The movement of delicate, sensitive hands on the easel 




The work of the teacher instilling knowledge in the mind 
of others . . . 



Work is the expression of the human mind and body. 
Through work man sees the product of his ideals and the 
realization of his dreams. 



Man stands beneath the heavens. In his hands are placed the 
tools. Given: 



striving, 





grasping, 



and accomplishing 



173 DTmo vto .dtic ,| Dti> l 7 nnno cnxn idij? 
idijj .D^an 1 ? ,r\fifi ,mja^ w 1 ? ,n"»pn^ — mnjjn 
ton ,Ninn nnn nnno ]'T3 .one ""bb^ nnno m«n 
il'oyn nsa-' 1 ? ci^ nnotsn nmo narvun ntsmpn minn 
.dexjj c^n 1 ? — vn 'nD'7 djjb rurvun minn ."pa»n 



a hammer, iron and he builds a city; 





the Torah and he accepts a reason for his work, 
for all work, for life itself. 



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a compass, ship and he discovers new worlds; 



nx>" new mix 1 ? ,ci«n ^v I'my'? m ~isd t^npi 
n"3pn 'fv inoiK isnc trus 1 ? .n'Tiyn ^c imoi n« 
ms^ ,D s »in m-m 1 ? rnup noi^ ,nrms ps'7 noDtyn 
ejdti jnon ■•rttsoo n« ^22 tnnn r^ imrya y^k 
un nvjnpn ,Y'2trn n ru» ,it mtso .mtpusn ratarft 



Work is a complete entity. It is man's payment for every 
he receives in life. It is his reward and his legacy to 
his fellow man. 

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\£Mhus we the Graduating Class of this year 5724, dedicate 
our yearbook to the work of man that has fashioned of this 
earth a dominion, that has conquered the elements and tamed 
them; to our life's work that we have begun here and that 
each shall continue to fulfill; to all that we have achieved and 
hope to achieve through personal toil and effort. 

— Ruth Futerko 




C^lchanelte ^taPf 



Judy Herman 
Editor-in-Chief 




Ruth Futerko 
Co -Edit or 




Judy Klempner 
English Editor 



Ahuva Kastner 
Hebrew Editor 





Feature Editors: 
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Art Editors: 

Helaine Gewirtz 
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Photography Editors: 
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Typing Editors: 
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I'lie House closed shop 
it of respect to Tennes- 
foward Baker, 61, who 
attack in Knoxville. 
nbers kept the Govern- 
fice humming with con- 
Congressional Record. 
A. Cederberg of Mich- 
statement by former 
Ikard, now president ot 
.roleum Institute, under 
Defense of Congress." 

try to the secretary, beauteous 
I duietly to Washington, went 
her old boss again— this time in 



the "sole" Washingto 
late President. The 
agreed to the Housi 
bill was sent on "to 
Still trapped in the 
jam: the medicare 
Ways and Means C 
were set for next 
Kennedy-fostered iter 
"poverty package." 
Senate filibuster on 
ble, and Republican ; 
tiona] conventions or 
Senate Majority Leari 
warned that the law. 



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Graduates 








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Diary 








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To the Graduates: 

May I add my wishes for your 
happiness and success- in the future. 
May the' knowledge and under- 
standing that we have helped to 
give you serve as an inspiration and 
true guide to proper lives as Ortho- 
dox Jewish women, faithful to our 
traditions "and an inspiration to 
others. < \ 

Rabbi* Charles Friedman 




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,o^iy^ nnio twao i:ot3 plDS 

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^nt» nn«. .omo^n ny nraur 

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nsipnn nya n^nno — nson 
.yira to 

won po nn« 5p» hm td-d 
— on «■?« nosy 1 ? pi «5> pqib 
.n^iy 1 ? 



Rabbi Charles Friedman 



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Mr. Samuel Levine 
Director 




Mr. Charles Bendheim 
Supervisor 



"And I say that life is indeed darkness save when there is urge, 

And all urge is blind save when there is knowledge, 

And all knowledge is vain save when there is work. 

And all work is empty save when there is love; 

And when you work with love you bind yourself to yourself, 

and to one another, and to G-d." 

— Gibran 



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Dr. Lichtenstein 




Mr. Weinstein 



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Rabbi Berenholz 




Rabbi Rosenmund 




Mrs. Gottlieb 



Dr. Linick 






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LANGUAGES 



Miss Tabory 




Mr. Gendler 



Mr. Fohr 




Dr. Applbaum 



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Mr. Ravetch 
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Mr. Mashal 



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Mr. Spin 




Mr. Raab 



Mr. Weintraub 



Rabbi Elbaz 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 



Mr. Lapidus 



Mr. Kussin 



Rabbi Sodden 



Mr. Cohen 



Rabbi Bronfeld 



MINORS 



Mrs. Jacobson 
Art 



Mrs. Halpern 
Hygiene 





Mrs. Tekuzener 
Typing 



Not shown — Mr. Grossman, Music 



Not shown — Mrs. Gold 



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My fancies are fireflies, 
Specks of living light 
twinkling in the dark. 



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by Madeline Goldstein 
The sun has almost gone, 
Yet jewels of golden elegance 
Trace his majestic path. 

Then 

In azure bed he lies 
Asleep, as tender solemn strokes 
Of deep darkened blue, touch 
Against his pale-grown brow. 

Such 

Colors of ephemeral sleep! 
Pink, blue and misty red 
Do slowly fade away. 

This 

The flesh of beauteous truth, 
Seed of our immortality: 
When on the morrow's dawn 
His birth shall be anew. 



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imoxs mxy 7y ^skd ins 73,, 
"137 -iimn nyaxa 17 nmrrai 
(pi'Swa — "naian,,) 

iJBDp naws 



S7i tbd naia S7 . . D'sw-mnx d'ok'td tynm trm p« . . carso px 
msn pi . . nnsm nsxT» nr« 7ip-na jif imn ,niapn .Di7iT imr 

.nsmn naaa inntyai axa 

nmnD7 Twyn latowm nwwn ,vas7 laantsM .jn^N dits ,n«u inas 
t>d , » iy3a qtatyn /rm^y myD "obd ynri /wyn ni7annn msn n^D-n .nnvrn 

.•pry ns tub i7ys 73i /pas? 

inotra 7s n" 1 n7B"i it?si ns ntma msn cjin^i ,jnn nyts> nyan p« 
mot^a 13 twni "? ■niaiap nai "niaaB yttn ? , Dxy ns t2Bin> ^as osn„ ^la^Kt^i 
isntpna innsEs vsi nnay ms7 nnay S7i iaao noyni ..T>7y may n7nn ppi 
^tawn mm nsip7 .mac ia>s nsm miS7 bid.ib t5>a">i .T>aB7 itysa jntrn 
7iia 7y taan mmi ,i3yn-ina n7ixo -pn7 nisi poyi .nay cd^d vvryQ 
.nnnsan vnntynm mimn poiyai nvcynn ivn7iys 

,nnaaa 77C1 crD-n .nn^aa ib>si bib-h ,nisi rpin jsc-n ia 137 7n7nn^i 
?iaa .^n»pa D7iya ai7ty t^tym ^ntm naita ■'a-' 73 S7n ?ms •'tyyo n7«n„ 
n"n 7iy — ^ly nnni' C7is /nsxo inn npraoi ms7n ,v>Ktw p^yoi 133 
noison aip? "H3 csi .•wyi 1 ? tysa-mtpy mpna vvn yipty .vio7ynn ,7aci 
■7331 . . ntmp ^nitac nn . . n7iT7 7iy tayn incnai tayco w vie^c vnt^tpn 

! naa'ws T>nn 

■>n mpoai nip cs is ,qntan ns yiBn? maaiann ^3 ^mr n^nna,, 
rwn7 'my S7 pts>a ? wsj ns nxa7 ••np-ix S7 nsn p» ->7 3is c":b» pin 

/""Dsy ^y pn 1 ? s^s /ns ns 

pi3m "? . . . Ta'on s^n . . inaca inntyj,, .wsa ^s w^i msn 3311 
.7in^nsi cpy msm " ? nns mr3nn ? inn ^d 1 ? nns mrn, ,nosm jyni n^y 
n^c n3B»na ^3 ,nns-noTD ^31 mmn ^3 ras7 mmi nsion ?s tsyi 3t^i 
cs r|« .ni7i3nn3i niann3 n^n ntsiyn pyi^ ?t^ ^nsa T>ny7 -nmn 73 .Qpci 
3->ta'n7 inn jn nco i7>ss .qpin 733 mnyn ns typ3 ,sts>j S77 ipvn T>osn 
,oas T»ny 7y nan^i imrp nyaxa ,7yis 731 i3s 73 .-wa 73 ,7triD 73 .iosy7 
y3c^. 13m 7y nysa o^cna 7 , >b'3 ,< i in^aan cvp7 qst^i .na? . . ^ajs . . mk pi 

. " . . h^ nsr . . ins nr„ ,s-ipii ityiy 

nsia 731 ,,-nixa noins T>as7 3x^n^i iioyi msn ">as7 cnra man ixyi 
naott'n nai imstayi nit^nm 3nn vjtk nr?*ni .nnai7n ns ms? ntrn7 
— isms nriTtf nynt^n jia^ai ,iaan moca nnym .ypipa ty>nn T»as ci33>i 

mpsi 3in mr cis 

.nmm nan nasnn ms 

CTIO '3313 C1337 ncp3 

! citasn nsss ms nsnai 

" . . nmn ^B 7y -|is>m mai inn nnM psm„ 



23 



ZJhe C/ift of JLlfe 

As evening cast her veil upon the earth, 

He closed his aged eyes in thought and prayer; 

And as the shadows beckoned to the night, 

He shed his yoke of sorrow and despair. 

He saw himself, a child, whose playmates were 

The wind, the deer, the bluebird, and the jay. 

He thanked the L-rd for giving him a youth 

Free of care. And then his aged soul began to pray. 

He prayed for love of nature and of man. 

He asked to understand the gift of Life; 

And as the shadows swayed beneath the moon, 

A cloaked figure neared and raised a scythe. 

Amid the still, the cloaked figure spoke. 

The heavens shook. The earth began to quake. 

Amid the still, the voice tolled every word. 

"The gift of Life is but a fleeting dream — Awake!" 




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.nnan qpinn inn ntns a^ayai ,mmn fnw naa^n 

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Dipa "7« c^ton pa i»n 'twnai ,iatatoa vn t ,?mn« n« wiyn .]W«nn nnan 

.nnan p ^natonnty tayaai ,tt"Bsa -onpa ays "-a 1 ? ,nnaaa ^na^a .nno 

nr .mmtyn a^yan ns wiat ."ornn ^« nsn wirw n» vwn yna^, 
ni'pi nay .yan nay "?yno /h^ moiy nrs yno„ ,^pa ^npyx "ntwsK Tito 
n^yan n« wmi n^ra .anpnn^ n^nnn torn xnmnn pa nxn aw nms win 
."na-ina . . nxn« ntoa wm . . ttd npntr . . nanpnn K\n . . nnrwn 

naan a->yan nns .ma-'yaa sann ^ now "way imn 1 ? mtrt nfcy n«„ 

.nan" 1 wri .mnn id Ti«ri jinaaa Tinp ;wni Tiyan .opt* to 



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IT'S n a* p irp 

1»tt'?K jva^ittr nso 

••Dasa nyin m\-^ ix-is m'rinan tsnia ^sits" tkd □"p px na"»ty jryn 
rniiT rpya mm malt? nmxa nrna'-'Bas nn^ana nftan nw -^na .^an 
7y cya niiTn nyn ns tnrn rrn my-imain •■a? nmm jnnan .n^D-ii-oiK 

.wdtn 

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nuna m?y7 cry p^aa caxo 1am i? jrVrian ms7nn nmaa prmn ma 

.caria cnaaa S7i anty 

pan ns in 1 7S-IB" ">aa .caa ■hi 7y ncya yanrp ■■on psn cnaa cans 
o^an cDan — 'n •'Da ,"733 ni7a nns .omxn iTnnm ,n"iaa mna ,rotpy>o 
,n7s nnn w ■•37 .cm pfwa my nmnnn p*5 pan .anna m — nia max 1 ? 
cs„ .coytanm D'oVin nnnn nnam ms-i7 us c^ic ,rvon mi ytsnrp in 
pn7i ni7an nyatsna nmaa nnnn nnnan ."oniona us ^trasa cuwst 
.n^aa n?isa7 coir pny las ps nnnn nnntrn iaso .cnian 

n^yi "w nn nnnaty nt?a nm ntyym pm n 1 7y ynan ps 1 ? m7y 
.urns paaa nr am 71210 ia^jj cjs ,nm cma psn pan nty ,monai snty 

.mny ramn ma c]N S7S /irtpya yy twiyj pi s7 nsa n7isan nrtss 
Tuay7 ^r csa pi cis ?y piDa snn n"npnt? yi-p .lny 1 ? man ns 'n nsio 
ina ,wnpn mtyna lcnn^i man msnn 1 ? msn 7y maraa 'n snn t]s .pioaa 
n'naa 7S-itt" ua 7C cmniK7m C7?ay ,nnnn nma .was nmas 7xs lasxnty 
-la^y 1 ? c^na caa n 1 "?y ^snty cy7 'n mn n^ann n^s .T»nj>^ maty ns iann 
s^ ^is rips .pisps^i rn^D^ mpo mn s? ,Dnxo ns-'s-'aa ms^sa n""-^ ,^a 
! T'mas nxns n^y : nnixoi maai mn ^aa ysion n"apn na^ n^n n\n 
nonty paa nw^n ,i"n\i 1 tid , « iny tapon mn^ mis'? o^sa niDonnm p->Da 

.mw'jsai cDa n^sn k 1 ? 1 ? .no^c naiosa 

nny .nanon mp us 1 ? Tiy nny^ nunn noria wotr Dosy^a niavyn 
,nt u^yn Qnnca ^si tt's^na sa "7S ,}nsn paaa n^mci n">ts>DO nnr" 1 riitaxna 
^D 'jy ^sici ay"? ^-[^ jns : lamtao ns a^ai ^VDaa noya .ncnpn lanain 

.^ntyi rnin 



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On tke U)eatk of a Zjriend: tf. -J. ~J\. 



ludith Rosner 



The shot rang out, 

Piercing the sizzling air, 

Hitting my friend. 

He leaned over, 

My friend, 

For he had felt the pain. 

And a second, 

And then a third shot rang out. 

And the third 

Hit my friend. He fell, 

My friend, 

Into the arms of his sobbing wife. 

And then, 

He was no more. 

They placed him in a casket, 

My friend, 

And they bore him to a waiting plane. 

He said nothing. 

He lay still, for 

My friend 

Was no more. 

They bore him to his house, 

My friend, 

They placed him there to rest. 

We saw my friend there, 

Lying in the casket, 

With a bullet hole through his head. 

We saw him there, 

And wept, for our friend 

Was no more. 

They bore him from his home 

And placed him under the dome 

Of the place where he had worked. 

They draped a flag over his casket, 

My friend's, 

They placed an honor guard near him. 

His friends came to him then — 

To watch, to grieve. 

They came to respect him, 

To pray for him,-for my 

Fallen friend, 

For he was no more. 

His wife, his sorrowing wife, 

Came to him 
Under that dome. 

And she brought to him his two small 

children. 
They said good-bye to 
My friend, 



And they prayed for him, 

For he was no more. 

And they bore his casket down the stairs, 

And they placed it on the horse drawn 

caisson. 
And the bands played, 
And the muffled drums boomed, 
And the soldiers marched, 
To honor 
My friend 

On his last journey — 
His last journey, 
For he was no more. 
They prayed over him, 
The priests, 
The bishops, 
The Cardinal. 

They prayed for his final rest. 
They prayed that he might enter Paradise, 
My friend, 

For his life upon this earth 
Was no more. 

And they bore him farther yet, 
My friend, 

And they placed him on the ground. 
They saluted him, 
They praised him, 
They prayed for his rest. 
But what good are salutes, 
What good is praise, 
If he for whom these are meant, 
Hears no more? 

And they placed him in the ground, 
And they covered him with earth, 
And he was gone — 
Gone, never again to be seen by me, 
His friend, 

Never again to be seen by 
His wife, 
His son, 
His daughter, 
We who loved him. 
I shall see him no more 
For he is no more: 
My friend is dead. 



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"But I say to you that when 

you work, you fulfill a part 

of the earth's furthest dream, 

assigned to you when that 

dream was born. 

— Gibran 




JUDITH LEE ABRAMOWITZ 

ns 1 ? rvnirri 

La Premiere . . . One of Kamber's faithful fine collec- 
tors . . . Crown Heights Commuter . . . Carefree librari- 
an with a capacity for creating continuous friend- 
ships... Our answer to the "permanent" curl — des- 
tined for permanent happiness. 

THP33 nn^ic riTn •'ly'? nuns hsd 



MARILYN ALTMAN 

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Established her reputation as a fervent Zionist . . . 
Proven by her diligent Dardacian debates . . . Exhib- 
ited economic excellence . . . Her inquisitive nature 
will be "highlighted" in future years. 

nKDn xsari rna "risen 





SALLY ALTMAN 

nnsVw 

Traipsing through the test tubes . . . Zealous reader 
. . . Curious questions . . . Spiced Dr. Jofen's "Yiddish" 
class . . . Striving to reach the Mizrachi peak . . . Her 
inquis'itiveness and intelligence will insure her future. 



in -pna in pnan 



28 



YAFFA BACHRACH 

n-na ns^ 

Advancing airplanes, alarming all . . . Dramatically 
de"sign"ed . . . Helped support the Sing . . . "Snap'ping 
success . . . May her cheerfulness "set" example for all 
of us to follow. 



n'pja to 1 ? mn 





DEENA BALSAM 

run 

"New(s)"ly elected editor of the Flame ... Danced 
her way into our hearts . . . Aliya is her aim . . . Her 
diligence and earnestness will surely lead her to 
success. 

n'six its'? t>s? — nanp mra Tixstoi 



SALLY LEA BASS 

ns 1 ? mtsr 

There is nothing "fishy" about Sally . . . Gendler's gra- 
cious actress ... A good "sport" with a sense of humor 
... A soft-spoken booster who likes lab and library . . . 
Well-liked by everyone wherever she goes. 

tonan Tipa x">n ?a 




29 




ELEANOR BERG 

tytsp rr>n 

Vivacious volunteer worker . . . Retired head of Co-op 

. . . "Patterned" for leadership . . . Gave a chemical cari- 
cature . . . Her sherut is needed in the office and in 
making all our days like "Chaggim". 

nasn vpi-> raj 3^ 



MILDRED BERGER 

Sofr spoken . . . Future teacher with a flair, for folk- 
songs . . . Office occupant . . . Bensonhurst "Burger" . . . 
Adorned Chaggim and Chagigas . . . First row, first 
seat — last row, last seat . . . She's still tops with us. 

nnaw "73a '3 1 ? Tiyia xV 





CECILIA BERKOWITZ 

miss 

An accomplished pianist ... A bowling enthusiast . . . 
Practiced at painting posters and providing products 
of the pen . . . Friendly and "co-op"erative . . . An ani- 
mal lover and doctor show devotee ... Always 
"Chipp(y)"er and bound to go places. 

-pTy xb nasi ion 



30 



BEVERLY RUTH BLOCH 

A laibedike Lubavitcher with a lovely smile and a 
lively wit . . . The "TYPE" of girl our Elchanette is 
made of ... A sensational Sing thanks to Bev's revised 
renditions ... A well traveled miss who will always 
have a special place in our hearts. 



fix -\-n d> -Tin n»'?n ns' 





ELLEN BOCK 



A dedicated volunteer nurse and volunteer librarian 
. . . Handy at handling hairdos . . . Athletically adept 
member of Young Israel . . . Native Boro Parker noted 
for her quiet serenity . . . Sure to meet no stumbling" 
"B(l)ock". 



mbv htiti m 1 ?^ anis 



MINA BOGACIK 

Recently relinquished residence in Crown Heights — 
readily received in East Flatbush . . . Her long blond 
hair lends a beatnik air . . . Effusive talker . . . Never 
"Bog'ged down by trivialities — headed -straight for 
success. 

■pcysa dts rmv^ "HPX» aro ps 




31 




AILEEN ROCHELLE BRENNER 

*m 

Capt"ivatingly "Cheer"ful ... A dimpled asset to the 
Sing . . . Multi-talented star of Chagiga and director 
of Purim Operetta . . . Put fire in your class with 
"Brenner . . . Aileen is a real "sport" . . . She has the 
KEY to RINGing success. 



rofia miDi ixin ns 1 my:m 



ESTHER BRYKS 

IflDN 

Pronounced Brrrrrrryks according to Monsieur . . . 
Slightly off-key but "pointed" in the right direction 
. . . Frequently found in the office or bookroom . . . An 
enthusiastic economist . . . May she reach the highest 
note on the scale of success. 



mxj imai 213 T?P '3 







tA^ 







r. 



U? ^ ,r^ ^ ELEANOR BURAK 

-^ mn 



Q J C t^/V 



^<-^e^^ 



•7*~&%^ 



Ambitious and interested . . . "Office"-iently "Lab'ors 
on many squads ... A Crown Heights Yeshiva crony 
from East Flatbush . . . Laughingly tolerates teachers 
... A tall girl with high aspirations. 



•'ihrw nirrua 'a "?$? 



32 



DARLA CHAVKIN 



Beneath her gay exterior lies a profound philosoph- 
ical interior ... A junior sophisticate and a dynamic 
debator . . . Her clothes in Vogue ... A future fashion 
designer with a mature outlook. 





REBECCA COGAN 



"Art'isticaUy affiliated with the Flame . . . "EU'ghly 
re' Ll'able . . . Her innocent humor made for many 
merry moments in class ... A BELLE who ELARBORs 
friendship for alL 



i:-)X I'T T>»2 



EVA DAXKXER 

mri 

Freckles and tun ... A dauntless diet advocate with a 
facility for French . . . Well-liked date keeper of Eng- 
lish Chaggim . . . Tenacious and trustworthy as treas- 
urer or in any other capacity . . . N"EVA"r any 
"DANK" spirits in her presence. 



rrarft nr, cys 1 ? rwp 




33 




MIRIAM DWORETSKY 

Delightful member of Arista . . . Feminine financier 
of our famous Elchanette . . . Added to our Purim 
success as Miss Preen . . . Forever fluffy flip never 
flopping . . . Spin's perky protegee . . . Our most strik 
ing senior. 

in irv mo "iw 



RISA EBERT 

n:ssnw 

A sophomore supplement to Central from Yeshiva 
Central Queens . . . Official senior model . . . Accepted 
to Arista . . . Red-headed, part-time librarian . . . Inter- 
ested in music and art . . . An inquisitive mind whose 
questions are sure to be answered. 



nv&yn nww jvwn n"?san ^s 





ROSALYN ELBOGEN 

Doodles her way through the dullest of classes . . . An 
ARTistic CRAFTSman . . . "Arista'cratic attributes . . . 
Contributes to Chaggim ... A darn good debator — 
and in Hebrew, too! ...Sure to "draw" happiness in 
the lottery of life. 



msn i» i 1 ? mxsrn rfmy 1 ? mxsn x\iw "73 



34 



MIRIAM FEINMAN 

Serv(ic)ed Society as co-editor of the Flame . . . A 
"leading" hospital volunteer ... A cheerleader with a 
"head" for Beauty and Charm . . . An artful actress 
who excelled at the Chanukah Chagiga and Purim 
Operetta ... A friend who's . . . bright . . . witty . . . and 
cute. 



iw nr my **ns 





CAROL ANN FISCH 

j?a«s run 

Her calm composure characterized Doctor Applbaum 
at our Sing victory . . . An asset to Asbury Park . . . 
Conscientious in studies . . . One of Sodden's eco- 
nomic saviours . . . An individual unwilling to com- 
promise her ideals. 



o'yawi nma D'asn nm 



BARBARA LEE FISCHMAN 

ns 1 ? nana 

Poet Laureate of the class . . . First in our hearts for 
bringing us in first in the Sing . . . She's a "Lulu" . . . 
Main interest: Money — as Treasurer of CO., Charity 
Drive, and Potato Chip Sales . . . Will fulfill T]W? 
D^BMTO ntOiT and we hope all her future wishes will 
be fulfilled. 

rvp-nn m nmx oipan nx amx ! mnx jn 




35 




MALKA FISHER 

A Connecticut Yankee in Central's court . . . Talented 
leader, avid reader . . . Charity Drive Director . . . Kin- 
dles Hebrew Flame with her ideas . . . We're sure 
she'll "Bridge" her way to the "Port" of success. 

D'aw dp? anas? D'pmy ttp -iiaxn ny tppmyn 731 



HANNAH FOGEL 

■oyn 

A winning Vice-President . . . Always on Arista . . . 
Spreads her sunny disposition as she "serves" the 

G.O Fo(i)gel for Veep . . . A capable orator who 

pulled us through many assemblies and debates . . . 
A faithful friend with a "freilach" future. 



pais wwd "imDi nainan ryaa 





RUTH FUTERKO 
7p*n 

Outstanding sense of humor . . . Pastiche playwright, 
perceptive prose writer ... As co-editor, she lends her 
literary talents generously to the Elchanette . . . Offers 
many a "splendid rendition" . . . "Co-author" of "Gone 
With the Wind" . . . May her life be one perfect 
composition. 

.ru^-p nron izpni — u?'x a?a nxj? D'piay D'a 



36 



RIMA GABEL 

A great girl from "Green Mansions" ... Busi(ness)ly 
manage (r)s the bookroom ... Efficient reorganizer 
... A laibedike basketball player and a lively booster 
. . . Forever smiling as she soars to success. 



arurc npmn 





DEBBY GELLIS 

Keeps us in stitches in class and as head of the em- 
broidery club . . . Polishes pages of the Flame with fas- 
cinating photography . . . "Service"d several "Squad"- 
rons . . . Always busy licking labels . . . Bettered Boost- 
ers and Bookroom . . . Devorah will always "bee" busy. 



rain win*? firaT — min n^ay 



HELAINE PHYLLIS GEWIRTZ 

no-in 

Artistically adept — from blazing banners to subtle 
scenery . . . "The Tenth Man Who Came To Dinner" 
... A smiling success as "Gambler Kamber" ... A lit- 
erary success in Mr. Mineroff's class ... A sure success 
in the future. 



rrwjra Dnyrca m^m rrr nsa .T? un 




37 




RUCHEL GITTLER 

*rn 

Interests: Bnei Akiva, Bnei Akiva, Bnei Akiva . . . 
Constantly dances "Frisky"ly . . . Methodically mathe- 
matical . . . Entertains us with daily dancing duets . . . 
Continuously occupied in crocheting Kipot . . . We 
wish her success in the "volleyball" of life. 



mya Tico •oaxi mran ^ 



MADELINE GOLDSTEIN 

PlSte "135V 

This Paris born lass has a talent for poetry as shown 
in her able assistance to the Elchanette . . . Lights the 
literary spark of the Flame . . . Her friendship is an 
eternal fire. 



-\b nitsi y>-iiz/x — 'JDXn '3 TED vr 





ELLEN GORDON 

npa-i 

As G.O. genius she rose to the top ... An able Presi- 
dent with ardent aspirations . . . Bubbly Booster head 
. . . Our First Lady . . . Have a Cooky? . . . Hebrew prin- 
cipal's pet protegee . . . Here is a friend forever. 



••Vaj? "?aa ">pbn nn — 'Vay "jaa nan? 'a 1 ? '3 



38 



RUTH GREENFIELD 

ton 

r'etite provider of props for our dramaric enterprise 
. . . Always in the spirit of Chaggim . . . Cream cheese 
and pickles for a creamy complexion . . . Gregarious, 



Generous, Greenfield . , 
good natured gal. 



. Ads, ads, ads, add up to a 



nsa pm anix im 





SARALEE HALPERN 

ns 1 ? mtt> 

The only sophomore to "benefit" by heading a club 
. . . Literarily inclined, proved by her efforts in the 
library and bookroom . . . Mothet's helper on office 
squad . . . Her sensible outlook will always carry her 
through. 



■73"? a'o&i ait: 



SHEILA HANDLER 

npan *ww 

Wonderful with wild witticisms . . . "Co-author" of 
"Gone With the Wind". ..One of our higher rank- 
ing seniors . . . Feature editor with a flair for fun . . . 
Helped us skit through our Sing . . . "Sheil" surely 
"Handle" any problem. 



noai ant 'sVxa t>s rrnri ^ aid 




3? 




LILLIE RHONDA HELFMAN 

Cute class connoisseur of coiffures . . . Closely con- 
nected with competitive committees . . . Interested in 
ice skating . . . An office and library assistant . . . En- 
joys sketching and scribbling . . . Guaranteed to enjoy 
a life of happiness. 

jt»t ntyyaa miw nanan 



MATILDA HELLER 

A girl with vocational aspirations . . . "Sport"ingly 
judged Competitive Assembly in Freshman, year . . . 
Syste"MATTY"cally spends her time aiding the office 
and the library ... A traveller to school, bound to 
travel far. 

rsa kVio' ait) a 1 ? 





JUDITH HERMAN 

rrprp 

Engrossed and Energetic Editor of our Elchanette . . . 
Aided Freshman frolic by writing Sing songs . . . Col- 
lected credits as hard working head of Hebrew Chag- 
gim . . . Multitude of high principles and strong de- 
termination to be equalled by none. 



m'n "?y rr^y nsi — "?'n wy nua rm 



40 



RONNIE SUSAN HERSHCOPF 

nr 

A sweet "Hershie" ... A volunteer nurse who studied 
at Rambam . . . Able actress, merry mimic . . . Person- 
able Sing impersonator of Doc . . . Vivacious vocalist 
. ..Her name and her future are one and the same — 
Rena. 

run unvft irs pimp x'w tx 





CHERYL HOFFERT 

miss 

Modesty and friendliness personified . . . Furthered the 
class cause as president and treasurer . . . Able choir 
singer . . . An interested Intercollegiate ... In her, Ben- 
sonhurst is truly well represented. 



3"7n ^x D'DJDi a 1 ?.! in a'ssvn vain 



EVELYN HOCHBERG 

nin 

Delving in the mathematical sciences . . . Expresses 
herself well in words and modern dance ... A sopho- 
more entry from Sheepshead Bay . . . Considerate . . . 
We wish complete happiness to a completely sincere 
girl. 



IDDa inn nvi nup 




41 




GISELLE ISRAELOWITZ 

rr.B-y 

A gazelle with a truly swift mind . . . A fervent fan 
of folk music . . . Enviable accomplishments in the 
field of study . . . Authority on suspensions and solu- 
tions . . . Gifted with a sense of humor ... A truly 
"Gitta Maydeleh" sure to reach great heights. 



njn a'on D'asn iwb 



ANNETTE ITZKOWITZ 

run 

A gentle, pleasant manner . . . Blithe bibliophile . . . 
Patient temperament sp"ice"d into an interest in 
sports ... A challenging point of view to meet all of 
life's challenges. 





GOLDY KALTER 

nam 

A treasure of a girl ... A record "Spin'ning gem . . . 
Practices her debates in the classroom . . . Very popu- 
lar with both people and teachers . . . Ac "credit'ed 
head of Sherut and member of Arista . . . Always there 
when you "KAL T"o h'ER" — Goldy outshines them 
all. 

fras by nm rf?nx 



42 



TOBY KAPLOWITZ 

"A" class Arista associate . . . "If eyes were made for 
seeing" . . . Meticulous in every respect . . . Leader of 
the embroidery club . . . Competitive assembly parti- 
cipant . . . Twice presided at the head of the class . . . 
Yona will always be successful in her missions. 

trip -pry! ns' i:n 





TAYNA KARKOWSKY 

ftMft 

Posture perfect and posters perfect . . . "Spec"tacular 
... A crony from Coney . . . An Honor Society student 
. . . Quiet demeanor for a serious senior . . .Will easily 
a'TAYN A"ny goal ... A girl sure to make her mark 
on the world. 



nna rtopa nx>xw im tidx 



AHUVA KASTNER 

rains 

A leading Sabra . . . Lends her talents to Elchanette 
and Flame as Hebrew Editor . . . Associated with 
Arista and Sherut . . . Championed the Charity Drive 
to success . . .Draws, sings, does everything . . . Ahuva, 
the perfect name for a wonderful girl. 



np"7 «i'D' trnsip pnai paa xii? 1 a"? nan 1 ? 




43 




ARLENE KAUFMAN 

Kute, Kookie Kauf ... A slip of a girl . . . School sec- 
retary with spirit supreme . . . Tante to twins . . . One 
of our exuberant "Tenth Men" . . . Weinstein's double, 
but a singular girl with whom none can compare. 

laxsrt" nmo pnna U'Hi ip^na rmw 



SHARON HADASSAH KELMAN 

nDin msar 

Lithe, Lively, and Lighthearted . . . Services rendered 
on the G.O. and in the office . . . Her classroom antics 
keep our spirits high . . . Her own "high" spirits and 
"high" ideals will pave the way to happiness. 





HADASSAH KESSLER 

nonrt 

One Wisconsinite . . . "KEN'yirbu "OSHA'reha . . . 
Her humor brightened the dullest days . . . "Fohr" a 
movie criticism call . . . Fun loving and "freilach" 
friend . . . "Accordion'ing to us she's great. 

mnnn nx nawn mpan nx nawa 



JEAN KESSLER 

Bowed in in our Sophomore Year ... A scientific 
volleyball player . . . Habitual helper of Mrs. Halpern 
. . . Offers a boost to any team effort . . . Famous for 
French studies ... A natural blonde ... A natural for 
a happy future. 

•vkh "73 'rya in mwu 





PHYLLIS KLARISTENFELD 

Amicable Arista affiliate . . . Active in G.O. activities 
. . . Extrovert leader of English Chaggim . . . "Co-op"- 
erative worker, cooperative friend ... A girl whose 
every word is a "pearl" of wisdom. 

nyi ">t\bw v ^>ai dtjq a-n anr vr> 



JUDITH KLEMPNER 

rv*nrv> 

Combines enthusiasm with sound judgment in every 
effort ... MERITs COMMENDATION for a job 
well done as Effervescent English Editor of Elcha- 
nette ... An active affiliate of Arista, Sherut and G.O. 
. . . The Senior with a special gift for making friends 
and keeping them. 



na x'nai na ism na ian 




4 




ROBERTA KRAMER 

ton 

Windows are her nemesis . . . Interested in singing, 
whether listening or participating . . . An individualist 
always . . . An office helper . . . Modern ideas with old 
fashioned charm. 

ira" 1 baa nrostztfi runai 



EDNA KREISER 

rimy 

Capable captain of cheerleaders . . . The fabulous 
freshman who made debating . . . Our Margot in the 
Chanuka Chagiga . . . "Beauty is truth" . . . Well fixed 
for family in faculty . . . She's as bright as the songs 
she sings. 

o^py nb'ban ravw 




ill ca 




fit/ 
ELLEN RUT; I KRIEGER 



npsi 



Modern dancer who favors athletics . . . "Exercised" 
physical fitness ... A chalil-ist with "chein" . . . Relish- 
es reading ... A talented girl destined for happiness. 



-man i» Trrn nman ya ainn 



46 




MARTHA LEA KURTZ 

■>ttS 

Martha, the first lady of Israeli dance ... Dances 
Horas day in, day out . . . Athletically affiliated with 
both the basketball and volleyball teams... We all 
"Kurtz'y to her enveloping effervescence. 



Tinnn xs: nnr 





VERONICA LEBOVITS 

first 

Charming Chic Cheerleader . . . From Platter Spin- 
ning to Book Room-ing to Office-ing . . . Full of Frolic 
... A "Vera"table G.O. gem . . . With a sparkling, un- 
ceasing spirit. 

13 pK mm nm "fta 



HELEN LEER 

run 

Winsomely winning . . . Hails from Boro Park ... A 
Booster who is lively on and off court ... A Compe- 
titive Assembly participant . . . Figure perfect ... A 
carefree candidate for a life free from care. 



nrnnv D ,! 7n'?n n'mxrip 




47 




HELENE LIEBMAN 

run 

Studious and zealous reader . . . Connoisseur of the 
arts . . . An amateur psychologist with an aptitude for 
playing the piano . . . Mature . . . Never to be found in 
bobby-sox and sneakers, always to be found earnest 
and straight-forward. 



RENEE LIEDER 

A "lieder" in knitting ... A follower in bowling and 
volleyball ... A laborer in the lab and co-op, and 
helper in the office . . . Her own patience "nurses" 
calmness in others. 

visa dis *?w inaw nxpa 





HEDY ROCHELLE LEVY 

npan run 

A lover of laughter . . . Competent crocheter of Kipot 
. . . Generously donates her talents as hospital volun- 
teer, lab worker and sing contributor ... A Booster 
. . . Surprises us with spontaneous overflow of emotion. 



48 



JENNY MAJEROWITZ 

An outspoken cheerleader with a flair for fashion . . . 
Sparkling with Zionism as well as humor ... A young 
individualist . . . An unduplicatable "mademoiselle" . . . 
He who laughs lasts. 



3} n»w D'ry tx» 





ERICA MARKOWITZ 

aw r,:n 

Pretty, Proficient, Popular . . . Famous for flawless 
French penmanship ... A "cheer)'" disposition . . . Vi- 
brant volleyball player and inveterate G.O. officer . . . 
Ascended to Arista . . . Sure to ascend to the heights 
of success. 



EVA MELLER 

mn 

Petite platinum blonde with perfect features . . . 
"Ever" RE ( a ) Dy to help as a volunteer nurse ... A 
Boro Parker with a taste in books . . . Enjoys ice skat- 
ing and any other sport . . . Her quiet personality 
forms the foundation for a lasting friendship. 



in ]rp D'ny 1 ? 




49 




JUDITH MERL 

Contrary to popular belief, "Merl" is Judy's^ last 
name . . . "R"eliable "A"nd "M"erry "B"esides, "A"l- 
ways "M"ischievous ... A future Hebrew teacher . . . 
Offers office aid . . . Her friendliness and enthusiasm 
will be an asset to her always. 

-in" 1 dj trnx row d'jh noi mo no nan 



doris morgenstern 

htdt 

One of the matched set of fraternal twins . . . A fu- 
ture corporation executive ... Diversified interests in 
both sports and literature ... Charity Drive collector 
May all her gambles be profitable investments. 

n^y "iwn non bw tnn 





ESTHER MORGENSTERN 

A bright girl from Brighton ... Excels in Mathe- 
matics as well as in creative writing . . . Likes skating 
... An individual twin . . . Her Hebrew accent is often 
misplaced . . . Her good will — never. 

■win dVtoi i?nx 



50 



HELENE MOSHEL 

mr»n 

East Flatbushite with Mexican interests and a truly 
Brooklyn accent . . . Inquisitive . . . Well-read . . . 
Forever feuding with Fohr . . . Attractive "Lily" of 
Bais Yaakov . . . A"N A ( i ; DEL" maidel. 



"pirn itx'i ts nns 





LILY NADEL 

Sociable secretary of Y. I. Intercollegiates of East 
Flatbush ... A considerate colleague . . . Capable class 
officer . . . Effervescent expert on Israeli music . . . Tes- 
sel's talented typist . . . She gains popularity on "con- 
tact", (lens). 



laa'n nm: ninnn rm 



GRETA NEBENZAUL 

Mixes math and mohairs ... A volunteer nurse and a 
sports loving librarian ... An intercollegiate with an 
interest in Mizrachi ... A tall girl topped with a per- 
fect hairdo . . . Headed for a perfect future. 



n"?n: wj naan naiu 




51 







CYNTHIA OLENICK 

nits' 



An "OLE" Bnei Akiva"NIK" ... A "striking" girl 

with spirit to "spare" ... A squadron of interests; 

lab, library, office, and co-op . . . Lots of kick in her 
pursuits. 

niDT tp 1 ? lynaoj nan bijn xtinin ~ s Q-/^.; ,. 




( ADINA ) ADELE PAM 

Speaks Softly, Writes Sharply ... An active mind 
brimming over with ideas which she expresses best on 
paper . . . Sincerely Serves Segulah . . . The "FLAME" 
of thoughtfulness and honesty within her is recog- 
nized at once by all who know her. 





BEVERLY PARNESS 

A timely, tenacious learner of Torah ... An Arista 
asset ... An affinity for Hebrew displayed in class, 
on the debating team, and on Hebrew Chaggim . . . 
A helpful and considerate girl . . . Her quiet mien is 
proof of her wisdom. 



nyon 1 ? -\2b nun ,13tk naan'? a-wpn'? 



52 



JOAN PHYLLIS PLATNICK 

miss 

Active, blonde "cheer "ful . . . Photogenic photogra- 
pher of the Elchanette ... A voluble debator . . . De- 
votedly directed Chanukah Chagiga to success . . . An 
adept actress whose role is to add spirit and spice 
to life. 

~2 xsa' nnaan iww 





IRENE JUNE PRAGER 

nys^ns rvn 

Under her lively exterior, lies a funny interior . . . 
Instills life in any class "on contact" ... A sincere Se- 
gula member . . . Chaya Achinoam keeps us on "pins" 
and "needles" ... She'll always be Irene... I"y^3 



-na^n am- "?o nx 'rnpa 'in 



CHERYL BEA RABINOWTZ 
"7TS 



Triple squadronette-library, lab, and office . . . Fabulous 
forensic talents . . . Mizrachi member with many 
"merits" . . . Appreciative and appreciated . . . CHERY- 
shed by all. 



•>w3i 15?e;5w Tainan 




53 




FEIGE RABINOWITZ 

miss 

The highest ranking senior . . . Acclaimed by Arista y 
Acclaimed by All . . . Sedulous sincere speaker . . . Ru- 
bel's answerer . . . "A" class advocate against Hoffman 
. . . Our "Feige" will soar to the heights. 

ns'B "dx» iano» to to 



REBECCA RABINOWITZ 

An East Flatbushite with an interest in 'music and 
art . . . Read-headed and reliable . . . Always happy as 
head of Hebrew Debating Team . . . Her hair and her 
smile liven up the days. 

aiu 2 1 ? ; mxn in pari? mu -\-n int'8 





ADELE REICH 

Doubly dominates Dramatics . . . Literary and Oratory 
interests evident in her work on the Flame and De- 
bating Team . . . Also a Booster . . . Here is a blonde 
who really does have fun . . . EnTWINed in our hearts 
forever. 



rvp^na irsa ns 



54 



RENEE REICH 

One of a set, yet individual too . . . This petite miss is 
a top notch debator, always winning with her blonde 
hait and blue eyes . . . Leading "dtamatics" lady . . . 
Her original songs have always been a help in our 
sing and assembly victories . . . She is readily "boost- 
ing" her way to success. 

D'js Txn ms nann 





MIRIAM REISER 

Gifted with glowing goodness . . . Favored with line 
features, she fluted her way to head of Chalil club 
Casually covers cracks with English Chaggim, while 
"co-op"-erating with a sunny smile . . . From Crown 
Heights to Central she's our favorite. 

D'-rana rtoi cpnnn nan 



i 



f^V 



c^v 









SUSAN REMER 



O \ Refreshingly enthusiastic, merry, and ever ready to 

" \-A y^ laugh . . . Sprinkled with freckles . . . Socially favored 

i\o ... Intercollegiate interests in Crown Heights ... A 

girl gifted with "Su(e)"p "Reme"(r) friendliness. 






,* 



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mi nawn nsn r^yi 




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DIANE PENNY RESNICK 

mw 

Very popular Arista Vice-President . . . Excelled as 
athletic administrator and participant . . . Conducted 
Calisthenics Club and "Capt'ained Basketball . . . Veri- 
tably versatile . . . Her Flame of thoughtfulness has 
always "serviced" us ... A good Penny that always 
turns up when needed. 

rnw jian^a nxa ms 1 -iaro pnx 



ESTHER ROSENBAUM 

"IflDK 

Our answer to the three B's — Busy, Bright, and 
Beautiful . . . "News" worldly wise . . . "Direct" cause 
of Purim success ... To our Booster head in white 
and red, we wish a FLAMEing future. 

osy 1 ? ssnai ws: 1 ? pina ,ayi nax izm nix 





HELEN ROSENMAN 

Office operator ... Nonchalant ... She's "TOVA" as 
Gitty or as Helen . . . An Intercollegiate who loves 
children . . . Jolly, jubilant, and jocose . . . Family con- 
nections "Where the Boys Are" . . . We predict a 
"GIT" life and a "ROSE'y future. 

310 ?X)tt>» DIP 31D 



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JUDITH ANNE ROSNER 



run 

Scientific prowess, scientific ambition . . . Writes with 
a depth of expression ... A girl with intellectual pur- 
suits . . . Side interests in baseball . . . Fine character . . . 
Sometimes serious, sometimes, light, always "ROS'ey. 

n"?'nn mwnan nwya hid 





HADASSAH SCHAER 

An Arista basketball player (?) ... Terrific Typing 
Editor of our Elchanette ... A cheinavdik chalilist . . . 
"Cap'ped us seniors at the Chanuka Chagiga . . . 
Dassy is sure to have a "Schaer" in the "heights" of 
success. 

mm dv^s '^ya aiD "?3iin "in xxai 



MYRA SCHAFFER 

A dependable debator full of well-worded wisdom . . . 
Inclined to Intelligent Interests . . . Gifted with quick 
recall and vast knowledge . . . Myra's the one girl to 
know. 

its inaaix ^s\ tm 




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MARILYN SUE SCHECHTEB 

m» nVna 

Outspoken orator of Hebrew Debating ... A ( j ) she- 
shter in the classroom . . . Played a "principal" part 
in the sing . . . Helpful volunteer or nurse who has an 
inherent interest in history . . . Her smiling and sym- 
pathetic manner has won her the friendship of all. 

may — n»3n -nx 



JUDY SCHIFFER 

rvmrp 

Diligently and deftly designs . . . Tall, talented, and 
trustworthy ... A portrait painter with both pen and 
palette ... A consistent companion . . . We're sure 
she'll draw a beautiful future. 



I 1 ? aiiai "p-wx — ^xn '3 tsd 5W 





LOIS NAOMI SCHWARTZ 

Tall, blonde, athletic ... A former booster and volley- 
ball player ... A present volunteer nurse . . . Always at 
ease ... A girl from Boro Park who'll do well any- 
where. 



11ST Wi?31 310 -imp 



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HELEXE SHAPIRO 

mn 

Fashion pace setter . . . Her luminous eyes see only 

the good in others . . . Always on the G.O A co-op 

keeper . . . Leaving Crown Heights for Far Rockaway 
. . . bhe 11 never be far from our hearts. 



vs 1=72 lrrna toiai ,"raaa d^k -px aio 





HADASSAH SHARBAXI 



Thank heaven for little girls . . . Castanet Clacking 
Colombian . . . Studious and conscientious . . . Dark 
tresses to contrast with her light spirit . . . All her 
roads lead to Boro Park and to luck. 



msa DTasa pirn 



PXIXA SHARFMAX 



A "pearl" of a girl . . . Proficient performer at the 
piano . . . An Ohel Moshe alumnus with a quiet air . . . 
Skillful sketcher of Chaggim posters . . . Harmonious 
in voice and personality. 



las 323 *por K7i 




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REBECCA LISA SHIFFMAN 

npan 

Piano playing product of Colombia . . . Merits com- 
mendation for her "striking" performance in the lab 
and on the bowling team ... A lively lass with a sharp 
wit . . . Sure to sail on the sea of succes. 

■pmnuma ipay ixa 



JEANETTE SIMONOWITZ 

npina 

A serious girl with 'a sincere interest in science . . . 
Spends spare time in yarmulka making and on lab 
squad ... A Zionist who couldn't wait; skipped school 
and studies to go to Israel . . . We're sure she'll travel 
far on the road to success. 

in laia nnaa: 





VIVIAN GAIL SOKAL 

mn 

Amicable and Artistic . . . Faithful friend of festival 
decorations ... A knack for knitting and a flair for 
French . . . Relishes records and music in any form . . . 
May her life be a joyful melody. 



laxy 1 ? nip aiD dw nip 



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YAFFA STERN 

Un"debate"ably the best head . . . One of Mister 
Fohr's "S'panol Students . . . Amiable member of Aris- 
ta and G.O "Yaffa", our blushing beauty . . . This 

"Stern" will always be ahead. 

mwb "?s non mini nsom nnns rrs 





HENNA SUKENIK 

Subtle and sincere, quiet and considerate . . . An earn- 
est reader . . . Dependably agreeable . . . Plans for a 
Pedagogic Profession . . . We can all learn from her 
unassuming manner. 

•nawn wp^ix mmxi d'hid -pm y?n ijra 1 ? 



REGINA TENNENBAUM 

nsi 

A "GENIE"us for getting out of classes and busying 
herself in the bookroom . . . "Head"ing a very success- 
ful "co-op"erative movement . . . Admired by all for 
her bright smile and sunny disposition . . . Genie Ten- 
nenbaum, where are you? . . . Find her and you'll find 
a treasure. 

D'js 3D" nan' n"7 




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HANNAH TEPLER 

n:n 

Our answer to Joan Baez . . . Strummed our sing to 
victory . . . Keeper of Bassel's books . . . Active in as- 
semblies and chagigas . . . Diligent Hebrew Debater 
. . . Une belle etudiante Francaise . . . Will succeed 
"Earlye in the Morning.'' 

ii-ikx d'-pwi niT»T D'sas 



SHIRLEY THEE 

m» rr>n 

One of the most consistently cheerful faces that ever 
brightened up Central's dreary halls . . . Boosted the 
Boosters' spirit and ours . . . Thee, Thay, Tee, Tay, 
whichever way you pronounce it, it means terrific. 

ram oraui miai nm rait: vs 





EVELYN WAGSHUL 

mn 

From a bubbly booster to a beautiful Calah . . . Com- 
petitive assembly participant and Purim Player . . . 

Scintillating and Sincere . . . Governed the G.O 

Shlom(o) to Wan Nu couple. 

Dan rrua i»w lana ixix 



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SUSAN LEE WANT 

Avid Arista-ite . . . Vibrant G.O. veteran . . . Able- 
minded, devoted to study ... A bright brunette with 



cheerful smile . 
of friends. 



. Susan will never be in "Want" 



rf?ion ns noVipn napn ns rorxiaw u?di 





LINDA WEINBERG 

nans 

Sweet, smart and sincere . . . Permanent G.O. resident 
. . . Full of inner beauty and outer charm . . . Athletic 
interests . . . An early addition to Arista who serves on 
Sherut as well ... A girl rooted in our hearts forever. 

nann -iipa ynu bm 



MADELINE WEINMAN 

Only girl in Fohr's 3rd year French class whom he 
knew . . . and who knew . . . "Art"standing Elchanette 
editor . . . Mathematical proficiency . . . Carried away 
Chaggim Contest Competition . . . Mrs. Jacobson's 
favorite and ours too. 

-iXBnn 1 ? rr>T> nwyn 




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SHEILA WEINSTEIN 

nw 

Red hair with a temper to match-references: MVf.A. 
Her energies were sublimated into worthwhile chan- 
nels as Assistant Director of the Chanukah Chagiga, 
her second show biz success . . . Our bright Biologist's 
bubbly manner and blithe spirits are the basis for 
future happiness. 

•>*a mtn D'ry ns 1 oy 'iisis 



ANNIE WEISS 

rao rr»n 

A volleyball enthusiast . . . Retired head of Yarmulka 
club . . . An eventual engineer . . . Jokingly jubilant . . . 
Mr. Weinstein's steady . . . Much Ado Annie ... A 
lively girl with lively ambitions. 

nwyan n"?x np'y unian x"? 





JUDI WERNER 

Our all-around girl . . . Possesses a wonderfully warm 
and wacky personality . . . Featured favorite of Elcha- 
nette ... As captain she "basket"ed many wins ... A 
credit card inspiration to Freshman ... As a friend 
in inspiration for all. 

mnxn -isyn nnasa 



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BELLA WIEN 

.. nta 

An ardent admirer of Dr. Jof en . . . Educational am- 
bitions ... An office, library and lab denizen ... A Miz- 
rachi member with a Bais Yaakov background.. 
Always gets down to the root of all problems. 

in rpi 1 ? -]vxib jnn 





MARCIA WILEN 

Head of the Yarmulka Club and Booster and J.V. 
member . . . Willingly works as a volunteer worker 
and writes for Flame as well . . . Hopes to be an in- 
terior decorator ... A cheerful friend to all . . . May 
her life always be as sweet as a "bowl" of maraschino 
cherries. 

tod i»nn ]n nwx 



HARRIET WOLFF 

A champion bowler . . . Comes from Crown Heights 
to liven up our classes . . . Full time Hebrew librarian 
. . . Always carrying on transactions with Mr. Kamber 
. . . She is "high'ly esteemed by all who know her. 

ra-na traVin^ ait: j»»' s 1 ? 




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LINDA ZELINGER 

nix 1 ? 

Her soft voice offsets the clickety-clack of her type- 
writer . . . Soothing volunteer nurse . . . Borderline Boro 
Parker . . . Helps further Flame's future . . . Softness 
personified in her creamy complexion . . . Her casual 
qualities can be surpassed by none. 

m-an nmnx runnx 




Action is the proper fruit of knowledge. 
— Fuller 



'-yrl% ; >": ''•' V' :: ■■ 



^J-reSni 



We enter with a whirlwind — Hurricane Donna hits us hard . . . 
They say there is strength in numbers and we are 129 strong . . . Start 
of a life-time tradition — B class gets Rubel, A class gets Edna . . . M. 
Mashal sings the glories of France and of the fourth year of French . . . 
Does the Coop sell chickens? . . . Our first Competitive Assembly lays 
an egg . . . Early indoctrination by Rabbi Sodden — lunch time at 10 
o'clock ... In between class rush follow the UP stairs down . . . Mr. 
Grossman invents a new musical form — The Twitch . . . Applbaum 
fills "Alper's Empty Barrels" with Prose and Poetry and awards us with 
a little red check . . . Double Mazel Tov — Raab and Sonnenfeld get 
married but not to each other . . . Lunch Time Line Up — Watch out for 
the hot soup — What So-o-o-u-u-up? . . . ."Tous mes complements pour 
votre chef d'oeuvre". M. Mashal — What chef d'oeuvre? . . . Poet Laure- 
ate Perlman leaves after a long reign . . . Sokolow teaches economics 
and leaves for better economic fields . . . Bitton comes and Bitton goes 
and leaves a soft impression . . . Beauty Tips — M. Mashal . . . We are 
still in a whirlwind — snow, snow, snow and days off, days off, days off . . . 
Henny gives a book report and Kamber gets all choked up . . . Freshmen 
find week-end fun with fashions . . . Freshies feud with Fuchs and Fuchs 
flees . . . Mashal starts out competing with Adolphe Menjou but ends 
up looking like Marlon Brando . . . Berenholz packs it on — A class 
goes to Dr. Lewin — Dr. Lewin goes to Berenholz — Berenholz goes to 
A class and the final can go to . . . Ignorance is bliss except in competition 
— and that's why our big sisters won the sing . . . We promise to show 
them! ... As we reach the "final" part of the year we look forward to 
our summer freedom and three more final years. 






1 know I put it somewhere. 



I sometimes wc 
going. 



if I am coming or 



*J>otiht 



First day of school: Dardac wouldn't teach Sophomores — Dardac couldn't teach 
Sophomores — Dardac never taught Sophomores — What never? Well, hardly ever . . . 
Beauty Tips — Mrs. Jacobson . . . "You should only make out like mine daughter Ros- 
alie made out" . . . "It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a flying buttress" . . . We go up one notch 
on the competitive assembly ladder . . . Our first fire drill leaves us watching Rubel 
and Dardac burn up . . . Ziva teaches us about disease, Jackie teaches us about the 
healthy sickness, Feingold teaches us how to cut classes, and Broyde teaches . . . Beren- 
holz packs it on — A class goes to Dr. Lewin — Dr. Lewin goes to Berenholz — Beren- 
holz goes to the A class and the Final can go to . . . We begin to practice for our second 
sing but never get a chance to display our talents . . . After one term's vacation — con- 
tinuation of a life-time tradition: B class gets Rubel . . . Enter Mrs. Gold, exit English 
and Hygiene . . . We pledge allegiance to the — Ooom pa pa oompa pa, peanuts pop- 
corn — of the United States of America . . . We wish Mr. Kamber a Mazel Tov eleven 
months too early and we give him a present to prove our "point" . . . "Many zygotic 
paranoidiacs resulted from this state of internal contrefusion, which was a wooden 
structure" — "You recited that like a prayer" . . . The Altmans get contact lenses . . . 
Deutsch comes and Horowitz goes . . . We try to break into G.O. politics with Cooky 
and Judy H. running for Secretary and Treasurer respectively and Judy W. makes it 
as head of Sherut . . . Our frogs arrive in time for wgn np^3 . . . Accidentally 

on purpose Room 21 is missing one doorknob, one teacher, and one student . . . Strike 
out against vanity — we lose the mirror on the second floor . . . Kravitsky Kracks up 
Kourse . . . We get a Kick out of our Regents . . . 67, 66, 65, 64 — our marks are a 
decreasing arithmetic progression . . . Our Bio Regent leaves us wondering about those 
forty periods of lab . . . Rabbi Rubel's first encounter with the Board of Regents leaves 
him confused and the Sophs breathing easy . . . We leave looking forward to a tough 
Junior year and Chemistry with Annenberg. 




The Art of French 



69 



a 1 



Third year slump in the population — we are now 116 strong . . . Annenberg has 
always taught chemistry — Ziva dosen't know a blasted thing about chemistry — 
Guess who's teaching chemistry? . . . Will the real Mrs. Tessel please stand up — 
Irene, not you! . . . Dr. Jofen gives us a hepped up Beethoven symphony . . . "Der 
bruder iz an arbiter" . . . "Let out your mussar, Dardac, mussar" — he does! . . . Beauty 
tips — Mrs. Gold . . . Eleanor gets contact lenses . . . Chemistry class — you should 
pardon the expression — joins the ranks of the National Aeronautics Administration 
. . . Rabbi Friedman evolves the suspension theory . . . Continuation of a lifetime tradi- 
tion — B class gets Rubel and the A class lets them have Berenholz . . . Miriam gets 
contact lenses . . . '"ilpl^ m"WD3 Win*, and Feige saves the day with a quick retort 
. . . Tune in for Weinstein's lively lessons . . . Gottleib comes and smothers us with 
motherliness . . . The Junior class cordially invites the Junior class to Mr. Kamber's 
house for the weekend — and Mr. Kamber joyfully exhibits his third addition . . . We 
successfully exhibit our consternation at present administrative conditions in song — 
Westward Ha! — Barbara leads us to victory even though we could not tell tales about 
Rubel . . . We promised to show them and we did! . . . "Mr. Spin, when I asked you 
to go over the problem, I did not mean it literally" . . . B class adopts a new uniform 
official color — red . . . Mrs. Adelman teaches English "hand"-somely . . . Goldy gets 
credit for trying . . . We fiinally make it in GO. politics — Cooky becomes President, 
Hannah, Vice President, Arlene, Secretary and Barbara, Treasurer . . . Irene gets 
contact lenses and they go to her head . . . We lose a major asset, our only good bath- 
room is given to Faculty . . . "We hereby declare that the aforementioned work is com- 
pletely our own." — signed the French class ... By now we are truly Bored of Regents 
... Of our own free will we decide to go to all-girl summer camps in the Liberty 
vicinity. 





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I 

Look at the clock. 

It says 10 to 12. 

It is 10 tol. 

That clock always says 10 to 12. 

It is dead. 

It doesn't say tic-toe anymore. 

It doesn't say anything. 

Everything is quiet. 

No, not everything. 

Hear the pneumatic drill. 

Boom . . . Drill . . . Drr . . . 

Classes are disrupted. 

Teachers are unheard. 

Chaos reigns. 

Reign, chaos, reign 

We haven't learned a thing in a week. 

Keep up the good work N.Y.C. Construction Men. 




Ill 

See the vision. 

It is Mrs. Jacobson 

She is a mystic. 

She makes things out of nothing 




See the office of the High Command 

The doors are closed. 

Listen in. 

You may learn something. 

Glasses are clinking. 

Clink . . . Clink . . . Clink 

Teachers are drinking. 

Not hot chocolate 

Either 

Lush! . . . Lush! . . . Lush! . . . 

Yesterday it was a birthday. 

Today it is an engagement. 

Where will it end? 

You don't have to drink to be a Centr 

teacher. 
But it helps! 




: B w* 



IV 

See the Freshmen. 

They are little. 

They are scared. 

They are inexperienced. 

See the Seniors. 

They are big. 

They have Dr. Jofen. 

They still. have no experience 

But they are more scared. 

In June they will graduate. 

They will face the wotld. 

WATCH OUT, WORLD!!! 




What is misery? 

Misery is being called on for "'"^ P 103 when you've only prepared until 3"D 

Misery is Dr. Lewin walking in in the middle of your oral book report. 

Misery is our yearbook pictures. 

Misery is koshering a chicken with a broken food bag. 

Misery is a Senior watching "Saturday night At The Movies". 

Misery is an Opportunity. 

Misery is a "H2y JtlT for 3 extra points you never get. 

Misery is an assembly during your free period. 

Misery is financing the yearbook. 

Misery is mass graduation! 





II 



What is happiness? 

Happiness is not being called on once while you're learning D'ODWD 

Happiness is finishing lunch before Miguel throws away your sandwich. 

Happiness is Rabbi Sodden's class. 

Happiness is a snowstorm. 

Happiness is an assembly during iHQl period. 

Happiness is Sen.or proctoring a final. 

Happiness is a Hebrew book with large print and three page stories. 

Happiness is a fire drill in the middle of a S'Si test. 

Happiness is finding out that what Dr. Jofen told us ain't necessarily so. 

HAPPINESS IS BEING A SENIOR! 



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It seems that not everybody was in the Liberty area — Evelyn Wagshul, where 
were you? Mazel Tov on her engagement . . . Central changes with a changing world — 
the Elchanette changes printers". . . Ravetch returns after a lo-o-o-ng leave of absence 
. . . Cohen takes a leave of absence — forever . . . Rabbi Dr. Sodden is replaced by Rabbi 
Mr. Bronfeld . . . For security reasons, the Freshmen have Elbaz, Tabory and Wein- 
traub . . . Senior neither pusillanimous nor procrastinate any longer — for our salva- 
tion is near . . . Scholarship tests — They say that knowledge is power but we don't 
feel so strong . . . We win the competitive assembly — "From ">n Chair to riDin" 
Feige and Weintraub start a new dance — that's our president of Arista for you . . . 
The Chanukah Chagiga was a big success with Miriam F. a real scream . . . Elephant 
jokes, Katy Wynters, and ball-point bananas make up the spice of life while hair- 
pieces add glamour . . . Rabbi Friedman, we are not advanced enough for Advanced 
Algebra . . . Best wishes to our teachers, Misses Ziva Epstein and Judy Tabory on their 
engagements . . . Dr. Jofen prepares us for the worst in marriage — koshering a chicken 
.. . . What do you call koshering a frog? . . . The first Flame is full of senior nostalgia . . . 
At our week-end Rabbi Rosenmund is Terrific . . . We've got everything: the Beatles, 
Peter, Paul, and Mary, and Almond Joy . . . The Chaverim have chaverim who have 
chaverim . . . Wanted: one typing teacher for fourteen new typewriters . . . 

m»1K nxil . . . *JV rf?13 m»lX-nXT :*hma minis D^You can have it . . . "The 
Man Who Came to Dinner " was well digested by all . . . Our photographs come and 
the photographer goes . . . Another Mazel Tov to our collection — Madeline Goldstein on 
her engagement . . . We would also like to be the first to congratulate all those who be- 
come engaged from now on ... An incomplete diary marks the end of four complete 
and full Calendars years. 






Memory is the treasury and guardian of all things. 

— Cicero 



Ljeneral \_Sraanizauon 




Ellen (Cooky) Gordon 
President 





CLASS G.O. REPRESENTATIVES 
From left to right : 

B. Beck, E. Markowitz, G. Mylnarski, S. Kellman, G. 
Israelowitz, T. Bienenstock, B. Gordon, S. Hauser, D. 
Karkowsky, S. Want, C. Edell, J. Klempner, C. Neufeld, 
V. Balsam, V. Lebowitz, P. Thurm, N. Masliansky, H. 
Polanski 



Hannah Fogel 

Vice President 





Arlene Kaufman 
Secretary 



Mrs. Z. Spiegler- 
Faculty Advisor 



The G.O. this year has truly lived up to its name. It's been 
constantly on the Go. New innovations such as the G.O. 
Bulletin, High School Bowl and reorganization of clubs and 
the Co-op, prove the abilities of a very active staff. Speaking 
of being on the go — they've kept us going to a spirited 
Chanuka Chagiga, highly enjoyable Purim Operetta, and a 
whirling visit to the World's Fair. The G.O.'s actions speak 
louder than our words. 




Barbara Fischman 
Treasurer 








President — Feige Rabinowitz 
Vice President — Penny Resnick 









Faculty Advisor — Rabbi Y. Dardac 



Left to right : 

T. Karkowsky, T. Kaplowitz,- R. Ebert, H. Schaer, 
R. Elbogen, M. Dworetsky, H. Fogel, Y. Stern, 
R. Strenger, L. Weinberg, S. Want, G. Kalter, 
S. Hochberg, E. Weintraub, P. Thurm, A. Kast- 
ner, E. Markowitz, V. Lichstein, S. Berenholtz, 
S. Solomon, B. Scharfman, P. Resnick, F. Rabino- 
witz, P. Klaristenfeld, J. Klempner, R. Weinberg, 
E. Zollman, H. Newman, A. Gold, N. Klingberg, 
B. Parness, I. Prager 



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welcome > 
rabbi broneel1) 




remember 
purim operetta 



ANUARY, '64 



BROOKLYN 26. N.Y. 



VOL. XV NO 



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PUBLISHED 

REGULARLY 



Hony New F<?<x{ure5 



PddfcJ 



Published by YUHSG 

Rabbi Charles Friedman — English Principal 

Dr. Isaac Lewin — Hebrew Principal 

Mr. Samuel Levine — Director 

Mr. Paul Ravetch — Advisor 

Esther Rosenbaum _ - - Editor-in-Chief 

Miriam Feinman - Co-Editor 

Madeline Goldstein „ ..- Literary Editor 

Adina Pam Feature Editor 

Sally Altman 
Deena Balsam 

Marcia Wilen - News Editors 

Penny Resnick „ _ Sports Editor 

Rebecca Cogan „ - - Art Editor 

Debby Gellis Photography Editor 

Linda Zelinger __ - -.. Typing Editor 

Ruth Greenfield , Business Manager 



Despite their many activities and 
heavy schedules, Esther Rosenbaum 
and Miriam Feinman, editors of the 
Flame, have managed to put out a 
very pleasant newspaper. News, in- 
terviews, feature articles and car- 
toons have been successfully com- 
bined in this publication. They also 
deserve recognition for the work 
they put in switching from printing 
to offset publication. 




Mr. Ravetch, 

Faculty Advisor 



-■•ID 




Mr. A. Kamber 
Faculty Advisor 





V 



Editor — Ahuva Kastner 



This year more than any other the ~"t'~ our He- 
brew newspaper, merits praise. Ahuva Kastner, tire- 
less Editor has not only published quite a few edi- 
tions, but has made each one readable and enjoyable. 
Special recognition must go to the double effort in- 
volved in purring out a newspaper in offset printing. 



Staff from left to right: 

R. Metzner, D. Karkowsky, M. Fisher, R. Cogan, 

G. Herskovics 



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Mr. R. Bassel 
Faculty Advisor- 



ENGLISH LIBRARY 



80 





BOOK ROOM 



Heads — Rima Gabel 
Regina Tenenbaum 



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ENGLISH DEBATING TEAM Head : Yaffa Stern 

From left to right : 

S. Weinstein, D. Goldberg, M. Schaffer, Z. Angeil, N. Isseroff, G. 
Kalter, R. Leider, S. Hauser, A. Gold, F. Geller, V. Balsam, E. Kreiser, 
A. Reich, R. Reich, Y. Stern, J. Platnick, H. Krumbein 




HEBREW DEBATING TEAM Heads : Hannah Teppler 

Rebecca Rabinowitz 

From left to right : 

C. Rabinowitz, M. Schechter, A. Kastner, H. Fogel, F. Rabinowitz, 
Y. Veintraub, G. Herskovics, R. Rabinowitz, H. Teppler, R. Metzner, 
B. Parness, T. Karkowsky 



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nm 



Student Service ^Jo 




Head : Goldy Kalter 



Top row, from left to right : 

H. Polonsky, H. Fogel, J. Werner, G. Tennenbaum, E. Berg, F. Rabino- 
witz, P. Resnick, G. Mylnarsky, T. Stein, N. Isseroff, F. Geller, R. 
Groyer, E. Weintraub, S. Hochberg, L. Weintraub, L. Weinberg, J. 
Klempner, V. Lichstein, R. Cohen, B. Scharfman, J. Platnik, G. Kalter, 
J. Herman, S. Hilsenrad, Z. Ciment, G. Herskovics, S. Hauser, A. Gold, 
M. Feinman, E. Zollman, T. Karkowsky, C. Edell 



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OFFICE SQUAD 



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CO-OP 

Head — Regina Tennenbaum 







HEBREW DANCE GROUP 
Leaders — Ruchel Gittler 
Martha Kurtz 



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BASKETBALL TEAM 
Captain: Judi Werner 

E. Reis, L. Shnitzler, T. Stein, B. Pretter, H. Pinsky, S. Solomon, M. 

Rudensky, H. Palonsky, M. Levine, F. Resnick, E. Grossman, J. Werner, 

C. Edell, R. Cohen 

Athletic Manager: Elaine Grossman 




VOLLYBALL TEAM 

Captain: Toby Stein 
From left to right : 

C. Feinman, R. Gittler, A. Gold, R. Leider, A. Weiss, P. Thurm, L. 

Schwartz, R. Lieser, B. Pretter, J. Werner, T. Stein, P. Resnick, E. 

Grossman 



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BOOSTERS 

Heads : N. Halpern 
F. Geller 




CHEERLEADERS 

Heads : Aileen Brenner 
Edna Kreiser 

From left to right : 

Top: E. Rabinowitz, J. Hook, J. Platnick, E. Blazer, E. Markowitz, 
J. Majerowitz 

C. Feinman, M. Feinman, R. Weinberger, V. Lichstein, V. Lebowitz, 
A. Brenner, E. Kreiser 



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ENGLISH CHAGGIM 

Heads — Phyllis Klaristenfeld 
Miriam Reiser 




ENGLISH JOURNALISM CLUB 
Leader — Esther Rosenbaum 




BOND DRIVE 

Head — Malka Fisher 







HEBREW JOURNALISM CLUB 
Leader — Ahuva Kastner 



MUSSAR CLUB 

Leader — Rabbi Dardac 



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HEBREW CHAGGIM 
Head — Vera Lichstein 



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ARTS AND CRAFTS 

Leaders — Madeline Goldstein 
Judy Schiffer 



KNITTING 

Leaders — Renee Leider 
Irene Prager 
Marilyn Schecter 
Vivian Sokal 



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Leaders — Hedy Levy 

Marcia Wilen 



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SEWING 

Leader — Eleanor Berj 



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EMBROIDERY 

Leaders — Debby Gellis 

Toby Kaplowitz 



BENEFIT 

Leader — Saralee Halpern 



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Leaders — Adele Reich 
Renee Reich 



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Leader — Leah Klienman 




HEBREW DANCE CLUB 
Leaders — Ruchel Gittler 
Martha Kurtz 




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HOSPITAL VOLUNTEERS 
Leader$ — Marcia Wilen 

Miriam Feinman 




BEAUTY AND CHARM CLUB 
Leader — Linda Weinberg 




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DEBATING TEAM 

Not shown leader Malka Krumbein 




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Best Wishes from 
THE GENERAL ORGANIZATION 



For 

MAZEL & HATZLACHA 

TO ALL THE GRADUATES 



COOKY GORDON-President 
HANNAH FOGEL-Vice President 
ARLENE KAUFMAN-Secretary 
BARBARA FISCHMAN-Treasurer 



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To Our 



ELEANOR 



From Your Parents and Sister 
MR. and MRS. M. BERG and PEARL 



Mr. and Mrs. Chiam Kofman and Sons 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Silver 
700 Myrtle Ave. • Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Dandy Zipper Co. 
434 S. 5th St. 'Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Fields Plastic and Chemical Co. 
1 99 Garibaldi Ave. • Bronx, N. Y. 



To Our Darling 

BEVERLY 



VERY BEST WISHES FOR A 
WONDERFUL FUTURE 



FROAA YOUR LOVING PARENTS 
DR. and MRS. SAMUEL BLOCH 



EVIE, IRA, JAY and JANIE 

CHAYA, YEHUDA KALMAN, and RIVKIE 

UNCLE GENE 

COUSINS JAN, JACK, ROBERTA and MATTHEW WIENER 

UNCLE HARRY and AUNT BEA 

UNCLE VEL and AUNT SYLVIA 

LENNY, MARTIN, and ROBERT 
UNCLE AL and AUNT MANDY 



and 

ARROW IGNITION INC. 

SUN ROCK AUTO PARTS INC. 



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Congratulations 

and 

Best Wishes 

To Our Darling 



AILEEN 

MAY THE FUTURE HOLD GOOD LUCK FOR YOU 

MOTHER, DAD and BILLY 
BOBEE and PAPA 



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Congratulations 



To 



JUDY HERMAN 



from 
JUDY and JEFF 



SAM BROTMAN 
HYMAN SCHUTZER 
JULIUS HANDLER 
ELIOT MELTON 
A. KAHANE 



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To 



GOLDY KALTER 



from 

MOMMY, DADDY and YISROEL 
MENACHEM CHANA and AHUVA 

SHLOMO and RACHEL 
GRANDMA and GRANDPA 



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AAazel Tov and Best Wishes To 



PENNY 



MOM, DAD and STEVEN 

BUBA, CHANA, GRANDMA and GRANDPA 

UNCLE JACK, EMMA and DICK 

AUNT MIRIAM and UNCLE MARVIN and Family 

AUNT SONIA and UNCLE LENNY and Family 

AUNT DOROTHY and UNCLE HY and Family 

AUNT MOLLY and UNCLE SOL and Family 

DR. and MRS. RESNICK and Family 

MR. and MRS. ROSENTHAL 

MR. and MRS. SENKER 

MR. and MRS. ALTER 

MR. and MRS. SELTZER 

WAXMAN'S 

P & B TRUCKING 

SABEL BAKERY 



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EDNA 

WITH LOVE 



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Abba, Imma, and Sarah 

Avraham, Hemdah, Timnah, and llan 

Shabtai, Orah, David'l, Nurit, Avi, and Rochaleh 

Savta, and Aunt Yaffa 

Dr. and Mrs. S. Linick 

Mr. and Mrs. O. Spitalnick 



Mazel Tov to Our Rabbi and Rebitzen 
and Dear 

EDNA 

CONGREGATION ACH1M TERNOVK-ER 






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To 



MARILYN and SALLY ALTMAN 

Love 
MOM, DAD and SHAINDY 



Mazel and Bracha 
To 

JUDY 

Mommy and Daddy 
Ira, Howard, and Zev Abramowitz 
Bubbie Dora 
All the Aunts, Uncles and Cousins 
Dr. Solomon 
Lowen's Bakery 
Munzeles Grocery 
Crown Grocery 
Sam Kaufman 



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Congratulations on Your Graduation 

HELENE LIEBMAN 

Dr. and Mrs. E. Brodsky and Family 

Susswein Cleaners 

M. Friedman 

In Memory of Samuel Liebman 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
for a Wonderful Future To 

TOBY 

Mom and Dad 
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mendansky 
Mr. and Mrs. Goodheart 
Mrs. Kupershmidt 
Dr. Tanners 

Benjamin Horowitz 
Wholesale Fruits 

1 76 Osborn St., Brooklyn 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes 

for a 

Bright and Successful Future 

to 

HEDY ROCHELLE 

Mom, Dad and Josh 
Bubby 

Uncle Sol and Aunt Frances 

Aunt Ida and Cousins 

Uncle Jack, Aunt Sara and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Ziefer and Family Mr. and Mrs. Draiman and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Weiss Mr. and Mrs. Greenberg and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Levine Mr. Nehemiah Piller 



Mazel Tov and Hatzlacha 
to 

ELEANOR 

Zeide and Tante 

Mom and Dad 

Chiam and Shlomo 

Aunt Goldie and Uncle Izzy 

Aunt Gertie and Uncle Sam 

Dr. Kessler 

Madison Oil Co. 

Mr. and Mrs. G. Green 
Mr. Pheffer 
Pressman Pharmacy 



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Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

JUDI 

With Love From 

Mom and Dad 

and Shevi 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
for Future Happiness and Success 

to Our Dear 

DASSY 

From the Schaer Family 
Mommy, Daddy 
Simchy and Judy 



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Best Wishes for a 
Successful Future to 

RISA EBERT 

Mr. and Mrs. Abe Heller 

Mr. and Mrs. Mason 

A. Kamlet and Sons 

Dealer in New Woolen Clips 

Marvin Lzonis 



Mazel Tov to 

MIRIAM 

Upon Her Graduation 

Mommy and Dad and Sister Cina 

Lilly and Dave Zeller 

Milton Mandor, Licensed Electrical Contractor 

Ted Salit, Insurance Broker 
N. Oberstein, Plumbing - Heating • LY 3-5161 



In Memory of My Beloved Grandparents 


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To 

VERA 

May Happiness be Yours Always 
Love 
Mom and Dad 
Avram Moshe 

Uncle Yusi, Aunt Rifchu, and Family 
Uncle Mendi, Aunt Feigi and Family 
Uncle Bernard and Aunt Suri 
Uncle Hershi and Aunt Hudi 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
To Our Dear 

MATILDA 

Mom, Dad and Aaron 

Aunt Shirley and Rachelle 

Aunt Sadie, Cousin Lillie and Arlene 

Cousin Bill, Millie, Marcia, Arty and Joy 

Rabbi and Mrs. Peretz Zutler 

Uncle Harry and Eva 

Uncle Mac and Aunt Ida 

Uncle Mark, Jonathan, and Danny 



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To Our 

GITTY 

With Love 

Mazel, Hatzlacha and Kol Tov 

Bubbie 

Mom and Dad 

Devorah 

Chummy and Yaacov 

Laya and Sorah 

Isaac Doris and Nina 
Louis Rosalyn and June 
Dr. William Seldon 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

JENNY 

Mom, Dad and Beverly 
Aunt Ceil and Uncle Leib 
Ezra Benny, Elky and Asher 
Aunt Pearl and Uncle Moishe 
Chiam Beverly and Esther 
Aunt Goldie and Uncle Chier 
Saul Abe and Ashley 
Zuckerman's Pharmacy 



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B'ROCHO V'HATZLOCHO TO OUR 

EVELYN 

DADDY, MOMMY and YANKIE 

Congratulations to 

CHAVI 

from Shlomo 
Zinns Brush Co. 
Dienstfrey, Inc. 
Gilbert Trading Corp. 
Osher and Reiss Oil Co. 
Aarmo Brush Co. 
Joseph Brown, Photographer 
Beacon Chemical Co. 



Best Wishes for a Successful Future to 

ROBERTA KRAMER 



Mom and Dad Davic ] anc j Allen 

Bubby and Zadie Grandma Ella 

Aunt Fanny and Uncle Hyman Aunt Bertha 

Aunt Estelle and Uncle Aryeh Aunt Dora 

Aunt Mindie and Uncle Shlomie Aunt Chanie 

Uncle Danny Aunt Harriet 



Leibowitz - Pine View Hotel 



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Lots of Luck 

and 
Best Wishes 

ELEANOR BERG 

GEM PLASTICS 

700 Myrtle Avenue 

EMAK COATED FABRICS CO. 
1200 Broadway 



Mazel Tov 

GISELLE ISRAELOWITZ 

DAD, MOM and OSCAR 

Grandma 
Cohen Bros, and Louis 
Harry Jassie 
Sam Schiff 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Klapper 






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In Memory of Our 
Beloved Grandmother 

REBETZIN WIESNER 

From 
THE SCHIFFER FAMILY 



Mazel Tov to 

SHIRLEY THEE 

Upon Her Graduation from: 

MOMMY and DADDY 

Ali and Rachel Thee and Family 
Joseph and Ziporah Thee 
Julius and Gita Behrend and Family 
Uncle Joseph and Tante Runey 



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In Honor of the Graduation of 

ELLEN KRIEGER 

LENNIE JACOBS 
JONAS P. BERNSTEIN 
MAX MARANTZ 
A FRIEND 



Mazel Tov to 

MARILYN SCHECHTER 

MOMMY, DADDY, MARVIN, and DEBBY 

PAPILSKY CATERERS 

21 West 86th Street 

New York, N. Y. 

TRI-ES-CO DIAMONDS 

30 West 47th Street 

New York, N. Y. 

TEMPLE EMANUEL 
Youngstown, Ohio 

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AAazel Tov and Best Wishes 

BARBARA FISHMAN 

Mommy, Daddy and Martin 

Leo and Leni Fishman 

Abraham Kleinman and Family 

Solomon Greenbaum 

Max Fink and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Greenberger and Sons 

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schertz 



Congratulations — Good Luck 

SUSAN WANT 

Uncle Morris and Aunt Sarah 
Aunt Pauline 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Levine 
Schick Caterers 

A Friend of Susan Want's Father 
Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 



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For Future Happiness and Success to 

MIRIAM REISER 

From 

Mommy, Daddy and Sammy 
Uncle Irving, Tante Sylvia and Children 
Uncle David, Tante Clara and Children 
Uncle Paul, Tante Sali and Children 
Jack and Pearl Wendroff 



AAazel Tov 
To Our Dear Daughter 

BRACHA V'HATZLACHA 

LOVE 

Aba, Mommy 

Noam, Bethy and Daniel 



Mazel Tov to the 

GRADUATING CLASS 

From 

Judy Herman 
Ruth Firterko 
Judi Klempner 
Ahuva Kastner 
Sheila Handler 
Judi Werner 
Helaine Gewirtz 
Madeline Weinman 
Yaffa Bachrach 
Joan Platnick 
Miriam Dworetsky 
Rima Gabel 
Beverly Bloch 
Hadassah Schaer 



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Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 

For a Happy and Successful 

Future to 

ERICA 

LOVE 

MOM, DAD 
Murray and Mendi 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

MADELINE WEINMAN 

From 

A. NUSSBAUM KNITTING MILLS 

144 Spencer Street 

Brooklyn, New York 



To 



ROZZI 

Mazel Tov 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 

To Our Beloved Daughter and Sister, 

From 

MOMMY, DADDY 
Rita and Moishe Zvi 

Good Luck Always! 
From Aunt Edith and Uncle Louie 



Congratulations To 



CHERYL BEA RABINOWITZ 

From 

Her Parents, Family and Friends 

The Prieston Brothers 

Mr. and Mrs. Murray Gold 

Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Wolpin 



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To 

SHEILA WEINSTEIN 

From 

MACDAVE OIL BURNERS 

182-184 Montrose Street 

ISIDORE REICE 

AAICHLE NESSEL AND CO. 

ELITE LIGHTING AND 

SUPPLY CO., INC. 

Distributors 

D. J. EGAN 
36-37 210 St. Bayside 



Congratulations to 

DEBBY 

From 

MOM and DAD 

Rozy and Aaron and Family 

Sandy and Jack 

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gellis 

RISHON CLEANERS 
S & B POULTRY 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

R IMA 

From Mommy, Daddy, 

Ann and Danny 

Aunt Esther and Uncle Lazer 

Aunt Paula and Uncle Phil 

Aunt Minnie, Uncle Sidney, 

and Barry 



DR. JEROME KELLMAN 

KAMELHAR BUTCHERS 

AUFRICTIGS APPETIZERS 



Best Wishes and 
Mazel Tov to 

VIVIAN 

From 

MOMMY and DADDY 
and Myron 



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Brooklyn's First Drive-In Bank 




THE BENSONHURST 




NATIONAL BANK 


Mazel Tov to 


Bay Parkway at 85th Street 
Flatbush Office 


YAFFA BACHRACH 


Flatbush Avenue & Linden Blvd. 


Upon Her Graduation : 


MEMBER 


From 


FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 


ASSOCIATED FOOD STORES 


FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. 


Padawker Bros. 


OPEN MONDAY EVENINGS 


5501 New Utrecht Ave. 


6.00 to 8 P.M. 


DAVE'S FRUIT and VEGETABLE STORE 


Drive-In and Walk-Up Windows 


4805 13th Ave. 


Open Daily from 7:30 A.M. 


SEMEL AND SON 
5013 13th Ave. 


On Business Days 




"Your Neighborly Bank" 




Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 


Congratulations to 


Upon Her Graduation 


ANNIE 


HARRIET 


Upon Her Graduation 


MOM, DAD, GARY 


From 


Aunt Chaniel and Uncle Abe 


Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stein H 


and Zeide 


and t 




Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Stein fj 




Good Luck! tj 



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To Our Beloved Daughter and Sister 


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SHEILA 


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FROM HER PARENTS 


HIRSH BROS. BAKERY 


MALKE PERELE and DEBBY 


AL & JAY WEINBERG CATERERS 




DR. MURRAY STRONGIN 






FRIEDMAN BROS. 


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STABRITE UPHOLSTERY CO. INC. 




CULVER METAL SPNG. 














Best Wishes to 


Mazel Tov to 






HANNAH FOGEL 


REBECCA 






on Her Graduation from 


MOM and DAD 


■ 


Jesse and Hirshy 


PAUL MARGOLIN 


and Grandpa 


3 




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Ave. V and Mill Ave. 




Brooklyn 34, N. Y E 




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[ DEENA 


CECELIA BERKOWITZ 


[ From J. M. B. 


From '. 


|j GOOD LUCK GRADUATES 


MORRIS BERKOWITZ ! 


[ AA. H. DICKER INC. 
[ New York, N. Y. 

ABRAHAM DICKER 


WM. J. KINSELLA FUEL OIL CORP. '■. 
CONSTANT -BAND OIL CORP. 
























Best Wishes 


To 

MARTHA KURTZ 


RENEE : 


From 


From 


HENRY KESSLER ; 


PARLEY HEEL CO. 
[ MORRIS FELDSTIEN & SON 


MAUZONE \ 


[ SAM WASSNER'S GROCERY 


ADAMS OIL CORP. \ 




5702 Ave. U 








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To 


[ 


YAFFA STERN 


To 




JEANETTE SIMONOWITZ 


From 


DR. ISSIDORE SAMUELS 


HARRY MDNBLATT 


r 


AGENCY 


[ THREEWAY SPORTSWEAR INC. 


1° f 9- «.,„„. 
lueneral ^snitirance 


[ 136-140 W. 21st St. 




[ New York 1 1, N. Y. 


ID JOAN DRIVE BUS. BEVERLY 7-94D9 
YONKERS 4, N. Y. RES. BEVERLY 7-D713 




ARNOLD DUTCHEN 




ADAMS OIL CORP. 






Best Wishes to 


My Blessings to You 


HENNA 


HENNA 


THE SHIMSHOS 


Wish You Happiness and Success 
In All Your Undertakings 


Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lehrer and Family 


ROSE POTKORONY 


;T2t£' T»'JW 


| 


GROCERY AND APPETIZER STORE 




1784 Prospect PI. 


To Our Neice Henna; 




Uncle Shimon, Aunt Clara 


HARRY LEVY SHOES, INC. 


and Shandy 


408 Saratoga Ave. 







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Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 


AUNT CAROL 


PHYLLIS 


\ HEIDI SUSAN KAPLAN 


Upon Her Graduation 


9 PENNIE ROSALYN FISCH 


Mommy, Fagie, and Larry 


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Uncle Jack and Aunt Pauline 


[ LORI AAICHEL FISCH 


Linda and Jeff 




Corinne, Mimi and Chani 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 


Congratulations and Best Wishes to 


: 


Our Dear Daughter 


RUTHIE 


EVA 




Mom and Dad 


with Love 


Manny and Betty 


[ Mom, Larry, Judy 




\ Uncle Morris and Aunt Molly 




Saul and Vivian and Children 




[ Mike and Adina and Children 









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Best Wishes to 

SUSAN REMER 

From Her Cousin 

Sara Sue Balsam 

Dr. Jack Soiffer 

Congregation Sheves Achim 

Dr. Jerome S. Rosenberg 



To 



HELEN ROSEN MAN 



Henry's Dept. Store 

William Seldon, D.D.S. 
Baum Grocery 
Greenfield Bakery 
Robbins Pharmacy 



To 

HADASSAH SHARBAN! 

From 

Trencher's Dairy and Grocery 
Koegalls Glatt Kosher Delicatessen 
Miele Pharmacy 



To 

REBECCA SHIFFMAN 

From 

MOMMY and DADDY 
Sol and Isaac 



Gold and Reis Inc. 

Hardware 

Apartment House Supplies 

4210 13th Ave. 

Dr. Harold Z. Levine 



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Mazel Tov to 


ROBERT MACK & CO. 


SHARON 


| INSURANCF 


On Her Graduation 


26 COURT STREET 


MOMMY and DADDY 


Brooklyn 1, N. Y. 


Dena and Leib 


UL 5-4545 


Uncle Sam and Aunt Claire 


































Best Wishes to 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 






CHERYL HOFFERT 


JUDI 


MOM and DAD 

Fran and Moishe 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hoffert 


Jpon Her Graduation 
Mommy, Daddy, and Nettie 


Moskowitz and Hoffert Furriers 
Mr .and Mrs. Cohen 


Congratulations from 


Mr. and Mrs. Mormor and Family 


Dr. Harry Smallen 




Durawool Company 






























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Compliments to 


d 


IRENE PRAGER 


|j H 1 ND A 


From 


From 


Mom, Dad, Judy, and Gerald 


MOM, DAD, SHULAMITH 




and ABRAHAM 


Leah Katz (Insurance) 


[ 


1440 54th Street 


^ Congratulations from 




r Dr. Krugman, Orthodontist 


Dr. Edward Goldstein 


[ H & M Bake Shop 
[ 1062 Rutland Road 


David Bergstein, M.D. 


[ 


Jan Bart 


[ 

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Congratulations to 


To 


f REBECCA RABINOWITZ 


ADELE and RENEE REICH 


s From 


MIRIAM and ALFRED BELGRAD 


[ ROSENBLATT CASING CO. 


LOUIS HACKMEYER 


[ 358 Johnson Ave. 


Floor Jobber 


[ Brooklyn 6, N. Y. 


ANN-LEE QUALITY BAKE SHOPS 


[ And From A Friend 






Rose Pollack 














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Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 


Best Wishes to 


GENIE 


Our Neice 


« Upon Her Graduation 


BEVERLY PARNESS 


[ MOMMY, DADDY and MIRIAM 


From 


t 


Uncle Frank 


I Uncle Jack, Aunt Helen 




i 


and Aunt Evelyn 


A Myra, Marvin and Stevie 










- 




J Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 


! For the Future to 


Our Daughter and Sister 


HELENE SHAPIRO 


GRETA 


[ 


On Her Graduation 


[ From 


MOM, DAD and ELLIOT 


[ MOMMY, DADDY 




? and Jackie 





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Congratulations to the 
MORGENSTERN TWINS 

-Pokui y ackuiq ihic. 

WHOLESALE MEAT SPECIALTIES 

4910 AVENUE D 
BROOKLYN 3. N. Y. 
HARVEY POTKIN 

NA 9-0222 


Certified Oil 

Brooklyn Oil Company 

Holzman and Paris Butchers 

N. Oberstien Plumbing - Heating 

LY 3-5161 


Mazel Tov to the 

MORGENSTERN TWINS 

UTICA POULTRY CORP. 
1288 Utica Avenue 
Brooklyn 3, N. Y. 

NA 9-0711 NA 9-0712 


Mazel Tov to 

ESTH ER 

Love 
MOMMY, DADDY and MATIE 


To 

ESTHER and DORIS 
MORGENSTERN 

NEUMAN and LEVENTHAL 

CATERERS 

45 West 81st Street 

New York, New York 

EN 2-9400 


Congratulations to 

JUDY ROSNER 

From 

MOMMY, DADDY and BROTHERS 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 
JOANNIE 

From 

MOM and DAD 
RUTH and HESH 


Best Wishes to 

BEVERLY PARNESS 

BORO FUEL OIL 
AND A FRIEND 






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AAazel Tov to 

CYNTHIA 

On Her Graduation 
MOM, DAD, SIG, and LOUE 


RABBI BEN KOVALENKO 
MR. KOVALENKO 


Mazel Tov to 
ARLENE 


BIGEL BUTCHER STORE 


From 
EVERETT MONIZ 


DR. REUBEN 


SHOPWISE SUPERMARKET 

1967 Flatbush Avenue 

Brooklyn 34, N. Y. 

ES 7-4302 


UN 3-8892 EV. 8-4204 

* J uifciidf oa-ulcii Cuteiexo 

All Leading Hotels and Banquet Halls Available 

Jewish Centers 

"ltt'2 D b" 7 J 

RABBI JOZEF KATZ end MARK LOVINGER 
83 Division Avenue Brooklyn 11, N. Y. 


In Honor of the Graduation of 
T A YN A 

Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Karkowsky 
Grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Max Klein 
Brothers: Ari and Meyer Karkowsky 


Mazel Tov to 

JUDY 

PResident 3-7537 

Du-Rite Tool & Die Co. 

PRECISION TOOLS AND DIES 

STAMPING — SMALL ASSEMBLIES 

MARTiN ABRAMOW.TZ m RQGERS AVENUE 
Brooklyn 25, N. Y. 






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To Our Dear Neice and Cousin 

SARALEE 

MR. and MRS. NATHAN MUCHNICK 
Ruchele, Rivky, Leibi and Yankee 


Love and Best Wishes to 
Our Wonderful Daughter and Sister 

SARALEE 

DADDY, MOMMY, PAULA 
and HEIDI 


Congratulations to Our Cousin 

SARALEE 

SID and ELISA 


Congratulations to Our Neice 
SARALEE 

AUDITORIUM CATERERS 

Glatt Kosher 
Rev. Norman Muchnick 

253 Rochester Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

HY 3-8050 


Congratulations to 

TOBY 

HY RICHER and 
MIKE MARCUS 


Mazel Tov to 

MATILDA 

From 

GLENVILLE FARMS 

MINTZ BUTCHER SHOP 

212 Neptune Avenue 

NATIONAL FUEL OIL 

TERMINALS INC. 

LENNY and JO 


MR. and MRS. WEINBERG 
MRS. ESTHER WEINBERG 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 

EVA 

Upon Her Graduation 

MOMMY, DADDY, RUTH 
and MEL 



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Congratulations 

REN EE 

On Your Graduation 

ARTY 
GERALD LEBOWITZ 


Best Wishes 

GUILD BROKERAGE CORP. 

Complete Insurance Service 

23 Warren Street 
UTICA AUTO BODY 
471 Utica Avenue 
GOLDMAN'S FRUIT STORE 
J & B REALTY 


To 

JUDY MERL 

NEWKIRK BAKESHOP 
1610 Newkirk Avenue 

EMERY DEUTSCH 
2023A Church Avenue 


To 

DARLA CHAVKIN 

MR. and MRS. BEN RINGLEHEIM 

RABBI and MRS. SAMUEL BALBAN 

and SONS 

A FRIEND 


RITE DRUGS 

S. Krutick - Pharmacists • J. Zarkower 

2261 - 65th Street 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

"We Deliver" - CL 9-5555 - 6 

Reg. No. 31676 

Mauzone Home Kosher Products Inc. 


and Best Wishes 
To Our Daughter 

BELLA 

MR. and MRS. WEIN 


Congratulations and Best Wishes 
To Our Daughter and Sister 

SALLY BASS 

MOMMY and DADDY 
SHELDON 

Uncle Sol, Aunt Emily 
and Benjamin 


BARON CHEMICAL CO. INC. 

244 Lafayette Street 



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GLENVILLE FARMS 


Congratulations 


MINTZ BUTCHER SHOP 


A Friend of 


212 Neptune Avenue 


MR. and MRS. SIMON WANT 


NATIONAL FUEL OIL 




TERMINALS INC. 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 


To Our Daughter and Sister 


To Our Daughter 


LINDA 


HELEN 


MOM, DAD, SUSAN, SHARON 


Upon Her Graduation 


and ROBIN 


MOMMY and DADDY 


Congratulations to 


Congratulations and Best Wishes to 


D ARLA 


HELEN 


MOM, DAD and YOEL 


MR. and MRS. KLEINBERG 


Uncle Sam and Aunt Chanie 


and FAMILY 


Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ringleheim 


BOCHNER'S GROCERY 


And A Friend 




Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 




For a Successful Future 


Congratulations and Best Wishes to 


To Our Daughter 


MARCI A 


EVELYN HOCHBERG 


CLEAR-VIEW OPTICIANS 


From DAD and MOM 








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Best Wishes to 
HENNA SUKENIK 

DANIEL SUKENIK 
ATLAS BROKERAGE CO. 



Mazel Tov to 

AD E LE 

From 

MR. and MRS.CHARLES PAM 
and FAMILY 



BRUSCO FUEL CO. INC. 

766 Amsterdam Avenue 
New York, New York 



To 
MILDRED 



Love 
MOTHER, DAD, and ROCHELLE 



Mazel Tov to 

PN IN A 

May Success Be With You 
As You Go From 

RABBI and MRS. BENJAMIN SHARFMAN 

Baiia, Libby, David, Aryeh 
and Your Grandmother 



Continued Success and Best Wishes 

CHEVRA BNEI ISRAEL 

OF BORO PARK 

LEON ZUKERKANDEL, Pres. 

SOL PICKHOLZ, Vice Pres. 

CHAIM YITZCHOK KLEINMAN, Gabai 
AARON GERSHON PRAGER, Gabai 



Mazel Tov to 

FE I G E 

From 

RABBI and MRS. B. M. RABINOWITZ 
and FAMILY 



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Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 
Our Beloved Daughter and Sister 


Our Dear 


and Grandchild 


MARCI A 


HELAINE 


Upon Her Graduation 


From 


MOMMY and DADDY 
DASSY and MOSHE 


MOMMY, DADDY, MURRAY, PERRY 

and GRANDMA 

Aunt May, Uncle Joe and Shelley 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 


Mazel Tov 


JEAN 


MYRON ADINA and FAMILY 

FOREST LITHOPRINTING CO. 


MOM, DAD and HELEN 


1 15 West 27th Street 
New York City 




Mazel Tov to Our 


Mazel Tov to Our Daughter 


Daughter, Sister, 


HELEN 


Sister-in-Law, Aunt and Pal 


Upon Her High School Graduation 




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RUCHEL 


From 


DADDY and MOMMY, DOV BARBARA 


FATHER and MOTHER 


DAVID ELIEZER, and FRISKY 


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To 




MYRA 


ARBACH SPORTSWEAR CO. 


BABBY PESHA 


1 225 Broadway 


ADDY and DAVE 


New York 1, New York 


ESTHER and JULIUS 





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Congratulations to 


J 


UTICA POULTRY CORP. 


LOIS NAOMI SCHWARTZ 




1288 UTICA AVENUE • BROOKLYN 3, N. Y. 


Aunt Helen, Uncle Irving 


j 


[ LOUIS GOLDBERG 


Aunt Ella, Children and Grandchildren 




[ Home Phone 2247 East 26th Street 


Aunt Jeanette, Barbara, Bob and Raisele 


I 


[ Nightingale 8-3893 Brooklyn, N. Y. 






Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 






To Our Dear 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 


j 


RUTHI E 


REBECCA SHIFFMAN 


1 


From Your Parents and Adele 






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Compliments to 




Mazel Tov 


RUCHE L 




REBECCA 


NEHEMIAH PILLAR 


! 


UNCLE MARK, AUNT SELMA 


Insurance Agent 


] 


and BABA 


189 Montague Avenue 
TR 5-2229 




Best Wishes for a Happy Future to 




| 


LOIS NAOMI SCHWARTZ 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 


j 


MOM and DAD 






Aunt Molly, Uncle Phil, Children 


ANNIE 


| 


and Grandchildren 


Upon Her Graduation 


! 


Aunt Dot and Uncle Jack 


From 


j 


Betsy and Louis Schwartz Family Circle 


MOM, DAD and DAVID 


3 


Aunt Rose and Susan 


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[ AAazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

JUDY 

[ For the Future from the 

SCHIFFER FAMILY 
[ DADDY, MOMMY and NAOMI 


--"••. n?"t? ,S"S ,S3N 


HY RICHER 


Congratulation to 

MIRIAM REISER 

From 

IDES REISER 

MR. and MRS. ALFRED VOGEL 


: 
: 

With Best Wishes to Our 
i Daughter and Sister 
BEVERLY 

MR. and MRS. MAX PARNASS 
JACOB and ROCHELLE 


Congratulation to 
PHYLLIS 

UNCLE JACK, AUNT PAULINE 
and FAMILY 


RIVKIN BUTCHERS 


JUTKOWITZ- GROCERY 

Ft. Hamilton Parkway 
WEINSTEIN'S APPETIZING STORE 


r 

FRANK and LUSTIG 
BUTCHERS 

1034 Clarkson Avenue 
Brooklyn 12, N. Y. 

i 


KINOR DAVID 

ORTHODOX KOSHER MEAT 
and POULTRY CORP. 



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DR. NATHAN BARTH 

2155 - 82nd Street 
Brooklyn 14, N. Y. 


Mazel Tov to 

ESTHER 

MR. and MRS. BRYKS 




To 

M Y R A 

Compliments of 

BABBY and ZEIDE LERNER 


Congratulations to 

HARRIET 

MR. and MRS. KESTENBAUM 




Compliments of 
SOL'S GROCERY 


Congratulations to 

CYNTHIA 

HENRY STROIA 




Congratulations to 

ELLEN 

SEMEL and SON 

GROCERY 


To 

JUDY ABRAMOWITZ 

MR. RUBENSTIEN 


Mazel Tov to 

ELLEN 

MOMMY, DADDY, YOSIE, BEN 

and HESHIE 


JUDY ABRAMOWITZ 
SAM KAUFMAN 


Mazel Tov to 
SHARON 

MR. USHERON 


Good Luck 

H A N N A 

YOUR BROTHER, SHELDON 




HIGH SPEED KNITTING MILL 

1972 Atlantic Avenue 


Best Wishes to 
EVELYN 

THE GITTLESONS 




STERN BROS. FUEL INC. 

5009 19th Avenue 


PEERLESS UTILITIES, INC. 

5005 - 19th Avenue 

Brooklyn 4, N. Y. 





Compliments of 
HOFFERTS GROCERY 


DR. GEORGE LEIBERMAN 


Compliments of 
GERNSELUM and GOLDSTIEN 


MADISON HEAT CORP. 

2102 Mill Avenue 


Compliments of 
LILLIAN KAPLAN 


DR. LEON N. KESSLER 


ELEANOR BURACK'S 

UNCLE and AUNT from DENVER 


KNITTING FACTORY 
1 157 East 59th Street 


DISCOUNT CITY 

Church and Bedford Avenue 
Brooklyn 25, N. Y. 


To 
LI LLI E 

Good Luck 

MR. and MRS. PAUL TEPLER 

and FAMILY 







To Our Loving Daughter and Sister 
LILLIE HELFMAN 

Best Wishes for a Bright Future 
MOMMY, DADDY and MARILYN 


PFEFFER KOSHER BUTCHER 

73 Dumont Avenue 
Brooklyn 12, N. Y. 


To 
ADELE PAM 

DR. NATHAN TANNERS 


HERBST BUTCHERS 


Mazel Tov to 





DR 



MARC I A 

and MRS. PAUL MANN 



MODERN OIL SUPPLY CO. 



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Best Wishes to 
RIM A 

MITCH, SARA, and CHANIE LEIFER 


To . . . 
DEBBY GELLIS 

From 
B & G APPETIZERS 


TOV BAKE SHOP 

862 Clarkson Avenue 


Compliments 

EMANUEL SEIGFIED 

BUTCHER 


To . . . 
ROSALYN 

Mazel Tov Upon Your Graduation 
THE SINGER FAMILY 


DIENSTFREY INC. 

25 MacQuesten Parkway 
Mount Vernon, N. Y. 


To . . . 
L 1 LL 1 E 

Best Wishes 

JOEL TEPLER 

34 Orchard Street 

New York, N. Y. 


To . . . 
RUTH FUTERKO 

From 

BEN'S DAIRY 
181 E. Houston Street 


Compliments to 
R U C H E L 

DR. AGUS 
ROSE LEVINE 
PEARL LEVINE 


Compliments 
ABE ALIDORT 


In Memory of 
SHIMON and RUCHE PILLER 


Best Wishes to 
LILLY 

From 

MOTHER and HELEN 


To . . . 
RUCHEL 

UNCLE HARRY, AUNT BELLA, 

COUSIN ROSALYN 

UNCLE IRVING 


MA-JO BEAUTY PARLOR 

Clarkson Avenue 
Near Remsen Avenue 


Congratulations to 


LOUIS HANDLER 



J U D I 

BERNSON SILK MILLS 



31 5 Rogers Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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