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RABBI DfL SAMUEL BELKIM 



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Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2010 with funding from 

Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/kochaviah1965stern 




We have come together— from many places— from the north, and the south, and 
the east, and the west. We have met, and we have joined— in body and mind, in 
heart and in spirit. We have come to learn— about Man, about G-d, about the world, 
and in combination, about Man in G-d's World. 

We have rejoiced in our coming for we have found friends. We have shared 
joy and laughter, sorrow and tears, good days and bad days and just-all-right days. 
We have talked and we have sung and we have danced. We have hoped and dreamed 
and we have prayed. We have sought G-d and we have been bewildered and con- 
fused; but we are beginning to understand— Life and Death, Love and Hate, Good 
and Evil— and G-d and Man and the World. 

We have studied others and we have studied ourselves. We have studied much 
—but we have just begun to learn. 



We Ixave been guided. 

With patience and 

understanding we have 

been taught— to be patient 

and to understand. 

We have been inspired— 

to pursue learning beyond 

the classroom, to strive 

for higher goals, to seek 

a more determined will, 

and to find satisfaction 

in what we have achieved. 



KOCHAVIAH 1965 



is dedicated to 

the Faculty of 

Stern College for Women 



KOCHAVIAH STAFF 




We offer this yearbook as the 
record of the class of 1965. In a 
few short days, the class of 1965 
will become part of the past. 
Four years ago we came, as in- 
dividuals, bound then by our 
heritage and by the desire to 
attain common goals. We have 
now achieved these goals. Again 
we shall go our separate ways, 
perhaps to meet someday in re- 
union. Bound now by memories 
of what we have shared, we 
await the future. The world lies 
ahead of us, but we have much 
to remember. If this book serves 
to remind us, we shall have full- 
filled our purpose. 

Rachel J. Solomon 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 




Shelly Sehulman 
Literary 



Bina Levovitz 
Hebrew 





Evelyn Baron 
Business 



Judith A. Minchenberg 
Business 





Marion Stern Goder 
Photography 



Vivian Eisenberg 
Photography 





Estelle Brier Glass 
Copy 



Esther Amster 
Copy 




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Toby Weiss 
Typing 



Flora Wunsch 
Typing 




Phyllis Amster 
Art 




Administration and Faculty 






Dr. Samuel Belkin 
President 



As you leave Stern College for Women, I extend my sincerest 
congratulations for your past achievements and wish you every 
success in your future endeavors. 

Graduating during the 10th anniversary year of the College, 
you have participated in events which point up the unique 
characteristics of your alma mater. Here the modern young 
woman can devote herself to the complete development of her 
capabilities as a Jewess and as a student of Western culture. 
Stern College concentrates on the moral and spiritual purposes 
of the knowledge acquired in a liberal arts college— a center of 
learning which provides the opportunity to search and research 
into the mysteries of the universe, to acquire a better under- 
standing of the world in which we have been placed, to achieve 
a greater appreciation of the lives and destinies of the people 
among whom we live. 

I have abiding faith that you will govern your lives by the 
standards of the Torah, and that you will consider your educa- 
tion as a means to a great end: consecrated service to God and 
our fellowmen. 

Sincerely yours, 
Dr. Samuel Belkin 

PRESIDENT 




Mr. Max Stem 



It is with great pleasure that I greet the Class of 1965 of 
Stern College for Women. 

Yours is the good fortune to be part of an important anni- 
versary in the brief history of our college. Ten years ago when 
Yeshiva University established this college to provide young 
Jewish women with an outstanding Jewish and general educa- 
tion, the venture was a pioneering one, the first of its kind in 
higher education under Jewish sponsorship. That it has succeeded 
so well is a lasting tribute to the unfailing dedication of its 
faculty and to the caliber and devotion of its student body. 

During your undergraduate years here, you have witnessed 
much growth at Stern College. As a group you have compiled a 
number of academic and scholastic achievements which will 
always be recalled with pride by your Alma Mater. Now, as you 
prepare to join the ranks of Stern College for Women alumnae, 
I extend to each of you my warm congratulations and best wishes. 

There is nothing that has given me greater satisfaction than 
to see the increasing number of our graduates who have taken 
their places as responsible members of the community and as 
creative and skilled professionals in many essential fields of en- 
deavor. I am confident that the Class of 1965 will add a glorious 
chapter to this proud tradition. 

Sincerely yours, 
Max Stern 



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Dr. Dan Vogel 
Dean 



Mrs. Elizabeth Isaacs 
Dean of Students 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Judy Schwartz 
President 




Sylvia Levinson 
Vice President 




Gale B. Davis 
Treasurer 




Sandra M. Chomsky 
Secretary 



STUDENT COUNCIL 1964-65 




Ruth Scheuer 
President 



Barbara Hollander 
Vice President 



Susan Harris 
Treasurer 



Esther Koenig 
Secretary 




Mr. Morris Altman 
Biology 



Dr. Esther Appelberg 
Sociology 



Dr. Gersion Appel 
Religious Studies 

Mr. Yehoshua Be'ery 
Hebrew 

Prof. Dora Bell 
French 



Miss Marie Boks 
German 

Mrs. Lucy Brysk 
Speech 

Prof. Phyllis Cahn 
Biology 

Mr. Max Celnik 
Librarian 



Miss Carol Dvorkin 
Economics 

Prof. Shlomo Eidelberg 

Chairman, 

Hebrew Department 

Prof. Morris Epstein 
English 

Mr. Herschel Farkas 
Mathematics 



Prof. Jacob Feinstein 
Bible, Hebrew 

Mrs. Sarah Freeman 
Education 

Prof. Beatrice Friedland 
Biology 

Prof. Fred Goodman 
Biology 



Mr. Harold Greenberg 
Sociology 

Prof. Jules Greenstein 
Psychology 

Mr. Henry Grinberg 
English 

Mrs. Miriam Grosof 
Mathematics 



Mrs. Laurel Hatvary 
English 

Prof. Meier Havazelet 
Hebrew 

Mr. Jerry Hochbaum 
Sociology 

Prof Moses L. Isaacs 
Chemistry 

Prof. Leo Jung 
Philosophy 



Prof. Meyer Karlin 
Mathematics 

Mrs. Linda Kerber 
History 

Rabbi Yitzchak Kerstein 
Hebrew 

Prof. Ruth Kisch 
Music 



Mrs. Nancy Knopka 
Spanish 

Prof. Anna Krakowski 
French, Bible 



Prof. Howard Levine 
Religious Studies 

Prof. Henry Lisman 
Physics 





Prof. Joseph Lookstein 
Sociology 

Miss Esther Ofri 
Physical Education 

Rabbi Mitchell Orlian 
Hebrew 

Prof. Eleanor Ostrau 
Political Science 



Prof. Marcel Perl man 
Psychology 

Rabbi Jacob Rabinovvitz 
Chemistry 

Prof. Ellen Robinson 
Psychology 

Prof. Noah Rosenbloom 
Hebrew Literature 



Mrs. Nathalie Schacter 
Sociology 

Prof. Melech Schachter 
Religious Studies 

Mrs. Shoshana Schechter 
Hebrew 

Rabbi Joshua Shmidman 
Philosophy 



Mrs. Sabina Shmidman 
French 



Mrs. Sara Silbiger 
Political Science 



Dr. Aaron Skaist 
Bible 

Mrs. Linda Sussman 
Latin 

Mr. Barry Wallenstein 
English 



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Dr. Raphael Weinberg 
Jewish History, Bible 



Miss Blanche Wiesen 
History 



Mrs. Suzanne Wemple 
History 

Dr. Solomon Wind 
Jewish Studies 



Prof. Rachel Wischnitzer 
Art 

Miss Use Wunsch 
Music 

Mrs. Miriam R. Mostow 
Recorder 



Mrs. Esther Zuroff 
Placement Coordinator 



Mrs. Jenny Giges 
Residence Director 



Mrs. Ella Schwarz 
Mrs. Sarah Meyer 
Mrs. Leah Sobel 



Mrs. Evelyn Baumrind 



Mrs. Sarah Keller 
Librarian 




Mr. Jerome Schumacher 
Education 



Prof. Arthur Tauber 
Fencing 



Prof. Philip Kraus 
Education 



. . . and this shall he a record of who toe were 



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Fold a rose leaf round the finger's 
taperness, and soothe thy lips. 



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P»fi» mki nasn nxe ms new 




Your joy is your sorrow unmasked 

And the self same well from which 

your laughter rises was often times 

filled with vour tears. 




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12 




Let others probe the mystery if 
they can . . . The right thing hap- 
pens to the happy man. 




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To be alive in such an age! 



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ma nV^a naa 1 & 



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The silence of a deep peace of 
mind. 



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A still and quiet conscience. 





A tranquil heart is the life of the 
soul. 



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Happy is she who knows the joy 
of true friendship. 



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.nyn nasn nyf? ^ mnxi 
nrn nan ran"? 





Hard work is the best investment 
man can make. 



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Lowliness is young ambition's lad- 
der, Whereto the climber upward 
turns his face. 



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In quietness and confidence shall 
be your strength. 



jawa pVm mist? rusoii nsj s d 
nan 




nana jntrm 



oJL<siMy C3~s-^b, 



Not the word but the deed. 



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rrtip inn nmm *nj?n n^an xVn 



max mar nay bpip naan nam 





The only rank which elevates a 

woman is that which a gentle 

spirit bestows her. 



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?rn nr'ra 





l^TLJLS y4^J>t^^tJ c 



The winds and waves are always 
on the side of the ablest navigators. 




nv'rjna p^n ns 




nnn tvk»i rrs nnns 



You are good when you strive to 
give of yourself. 



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nncK w 



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Regard of honor and mild modesty. 



nan 




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nnsw Vde m 1 ? nj?:a x"? 



•ma -pnn in jwk 





Happiness and good sense are two 
of life's greatest blessings. 



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nncx nn 





nr.t^ ty ion irwi 



And all the world was an en- 
chanted place. 








A subtle grace of heart and mind. 



^rjo^uju^ . -ife^to ^hoJ^j 




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6-Ot^MA^^ 



Give everyman thine ear but few 
thy voice. 



nan 




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miarntp ns 



nfta ixik 





Grace- the outward expression of 
inward harmony. 



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nrae 




npixai nasn ,'M^ "wo ^s 
wnnn 



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pU-^xjaJk-muuCtj 



Whatever is worth doing at all is 
worth doing well. 





What friends if to myself untrue? 



'as?n 






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Dna 



A good heart includes all other 
virtues. 



nn 





naan nun pru nV "?aa 



n^aiya nma n'aan nm 





Style is the dress of thoughts. 



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ona ntfp 






A dignity and stateliness. 



nt^^V ttjii ny 





rr'pa nsai bhyi nxj 



A glad heart reaps happiness. 





nma 



Oh, who will walk a mile with me 
along life's merry way? 



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n^sna ,*crw mpa Vd rv'ana 
naw 



rrawn nnn fan ^n 1 ? njn ,pt "ra"? 





There are those who give with joy 
And joy is their reward. 



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She wears a proud humility. 



naan 1 ? ro rruj? 





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nana pnna ^a 



But I em impatient, I want to 
laugh now. 




maty 



There is but one virtue- the sacri- 
fice of self. 



nrn 





nnx nnVm asia nnw mpaa 








Sweet attractive grace. 



^UjidaJ^aA ^C^U^^^jSull^c 



nonn 



27 



ana 




T^wf youuki 



Keep smiling, everyone will won- 
der what you've been up to. 



njn nap* jiaa a 1 ? 





viD Tsn ms naan 



28 



Knowledge increases strength. 



£<u//i^l ^y^cuy^^zJ 




nncN 



She seems to be quiet- but one 
never knows. 



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ma a'B" ntt&> a 1 ? 



nityan taa na^ia 





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A quick responsiveness in word 
and deed. 



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npai nasr 



.ii 




&i»n xVty kti in* 






I have to thank G-d I'm a woman. 









Victory belongs to the most per- 
severing. 




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rrn ufcrn nma mnnn nm bo 
uavi nrm mpan 




run 



guvSlsl-sl^tto nru- o^t^-^-x^t- 



Death dependent is on birth 
Heaven may be found on earth. 



nan: max 





np'rwa am nn 1 ? 'nssa a 1 ?! 



mna"? nami D"»aaft nam 





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I want to be able always to look 
myself straight in the eye. 



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mi irnn 




Virtue with speech and motion 
graced. 




rton rtow n^o 




rn^tp nsmi m^ nam* 



And there are some who possess 
the wisdom of silence. 




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If there is any miracle in the world, 
any mystery, it is individuality. 





"aanan h/ed 



nn s^dt m -|sm m ^n 





nana n-n 



Lead me to the rock that is too 
high for me. 



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"?j? rvty n*o ^n wy man mm 
naVo 



^ujth^ldmm 



G-d, give me hills to climb and 
strength for climbing. 




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Nothing great was ever accom- 
plished without enthusiasm. 



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naw 




mirp yw» 



And when she laughed the sun 
shined clear. 





D^Van 'D^a i 1 ?^ wya »ax -wis 



mm mm nicpa 





He who walks uprightly walks 
securely. 




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Beauty lives with kindness. 




onnx fin ^aa rum rftoa 




A sense of life so lovely and intense. 



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I take no man's opinion, I have 
some of my own. 



rrm 





rfttffi "J3J nfl'Dia 



mman rfrn 





Toil not for reward nor thanks. 



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?rn incK 




A time to keep silent and a time 
to speak. 



rnaa nDin 





The value of life lies not in the 

length of davs But in the use we 

make of them. 



~flMwu^ M*Mima J^Mfj 



man ^ ■na'W rrw y\i »mrn 
mxsm irony 1 ? rnssn xtw 'ra 




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Let us then be up and doing with 
a heart for any fate. 



nnir? 





tw^v nans 



i^ipaa imn nina rx in lYoami 





Life goes not backward nor tarries 
with yesterday. 



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nwyan an •'D 1 ? ^an 



u^L^u,~sM^^y ^JfraltLuiAy 



Gentle of speech. 




uaian ruianm nrva nma naana 




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The witcherv within her smile that 
lay. 



c£aJ ^hu^nJLj ^hjLMA^dJ 





yrna 



Good humor is the health of the 
soul. 



nana 





rripya onjwa mW,T 



nwai nx nb'anan nTaVn 





Sincerity is the face of the soul. 



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ESTHER AMSTER 

1321 44th St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Education 
Copy Editor, Kochaviah 




Folk Singing Club 



PHYLLIS AMSTER 
1321 44th St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Education 
Art Editor, Kochaviah 



JUDITH LEE AVRUTICK 
219 Ridgefield St. 
Hartford, Conn. 

Sociology 
Big Sister 




Art Club 



Israeli Dance Club 



EVELYN BARON 
1265 Gerard Ave. 
Bronx, N. Y. 

Psychology 
Business Manager, Kochaviah, 
Co-Chairman, Senior Raffle, 
Co-Chairman, Senior Keys and 
Rings, Big Sister, Co-op Staff 



SUZANNE SCHWARZ BRAFMAN 
5609 15th Ave. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Education 
Big Sister, Chagiga Committees 



SANDRA MARCIA CHOMSKY 
264 Cornwall St. 
Hartford, Conn. 

Education 
Secretary, Senior Class, President, 
Drama Club, Big Sister, Chagiga 
Committees 




Yiddish Club 



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NAOMI C. COHEN 
69-36 175th St. 
Flushing, N. Y. 

Psychology, B.R.E. 
T.A.C. member 



GALE BETH DAVIS 
1111 North Belgrade Road 
Silver Spring, Md. 

Education 
Treasurer, Sophomore and Senior 
Class, Vice President, Dormitory 
Council, Co-Chairman, Senior Keys 
and Rings, Co-Chairman, Dormitory 
Chagiga, Cantata Narrator, Big 
Sister, Co-op Staff 



EDYTHE SUZANNE DUBROW 
28 Lake Place 
New Haven, Conn. 

Education, B.R.E. 
Observer Staff, Big Sister, Current 
Events Club, Class Committees 




Chorus 



VIVIAN EISENBERG 

132 15th Ave. S.W. 
Calgary, Alberta, Canada 

Psychology 
Dean's List, Photography Editor, 
Kochaviah, Co-Chairman, Junior 
Book Sale, Co-Chairman, Senior 
Weekend, Drama Club 




Culinary Arts Club 



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SHEVI B. FELMAN 
294 Parkside Ave. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Education 
Big Sister, Religious Guidance 
Committee 



SHIRLEY FINK 

R.D. #3 
Lake Ariel, Pa. 
Mathematics 
Chairman, Charity Drive, 
Co-Chairman, Purim Chagiga, 
Publicity Coordinator 





Debating Club 



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CHAYA RACHELLE FISHMAN 
666 West 188th St. 
N'ew York, N. Y. 

Education 
Big Sister, Chagiga Committees 



MYRNA R. SCHREIBER 
FRIEDBERG 
707 Beverley Rd. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Biology 
Observer Staff, Chorus, Big Sister, 
Chagiga Committees 




This way is as good as any to get ads. 



SHAINE ESTHER FRIEDMAN 
7 Temple Ave. 
Winthrop, Mass. 

Education, B.R.E. 
Chairman, Torah Activities 
Committee, Observer Staff, 
Chairman, Junior Chagiga, Chagiga 
Committees, Charity Drive, 
Dormitory Council, Current Events 
Cluh, Parshat Hashvua Club, Big 
Sister, Drama Club, Lighting 
Director 



ARLENE HANNAH FRUCHTER 
3351 Ruckle St. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Psychology 
Co-Chairman, Senior Record Sale, 
Co-Chairman, Senior Chanukah 
Social, Cantata Narrator, Chagiga 
Committees, Dormitory Council 




It was nothing girls, I'll do the yearbook again any day. 



ESTELLE BRIER GLASS 
453 F.D.R. Drive 
New York, N. Y. 

English 
Copy Editor, Kochaviah, Big Sister 



One potato, two potato, three potato, four. 



DIANE GLYN 

3001 Wylie Ave. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Education 
Observer Staff, Social Coordinator, 
Senior Class, Club Coordinator, 
Publicity Committee, Chagiga 
Committees, Dormitory Council 



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MARION STERN GODER 
686 West 204th St. 
New York, N. Y. 

Education 
Photography Editor, Kochaviah, 
Big Sister 



RISHA GOODMAN 
30 Burlington St. 
Hartford, Conn. 

Education 
President, Freshman Class, Social 
Coordinator, T.A.C. member, 
Chagiga Committees, Chairman, 
Home Hospitality, Big Sister 




Fool, don't you know to spell Isaacs with two S's. 




SHOSHANA GOTTESMAN 
100 Montgomery St. 
Highland Park, N. J. 
French 



PERIE KATZ HIRSHAUT 
1580 Pelham Parkway 

Bronx, N. Y. 

Psychology 
Dean's List, T.A.C. member, 
Israeli Dance Club, Culinary Skills 
Club, Big Sister, Open House Guide, 
Dormitory Council 



BARBARA HOLLANDER 

52 Poplar St. 

West Hempstead, N. Y. 

Psychology 
Vice President, Student Council, 
President, Junior Class, Vice 
President, Sophomore Class, 
President, Drama Club, 
Co-Chairman, Chanukah Chagiga, 
T.A.C. member. Treasurer, 
Dormitory Council, Big Sister, 
Cantata member 



DIANE HOURWITZ 
5 Ward Place 
West Haven, Conn. 

Mathematics 
Dormitory Council, Big Sister, 
Chagiga Committees, Co-Chairman, 
Stratford trip 




Oh, hello, Mrs. Sobel, is it really after hours? 



Hate to tell you but what you ate was the misplaced garbage. 




NEDRA ISRAEL 
2922 Nostrand Ave. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Psychology 
Big Sister, Chairman, Culture 
Board, Drama Club, Charity Drive, 
Chagiga Committees, Political 
Science Club, Chairman, Senior 
Class Sales 



KALMA MUSHKTN KAHAN 
245 East 19th St. 
New York, N. Y. 

Psychology 
Vice President, Drama Club, News 
Editor, Observer, Chagiga 
Committees, Israeli Dance Club, 
Charity Drive, Big Sister 




Don't worry girls, in 240 hours 
you'll be done with student teaching also. 



BRYNA KALIFON 

2200 Barclay Ave. 
Montreal, Quebec, Canada 

English 
News Editor, Observer 



PAULA KORNMEHL 
26 Columbia Ave. 
Cedarhurst, N. Y. 

Psychology 
Drama Club, Chagiga Committees 




MIRIAM LANDESMAN 

718 Huey St. 
McKeesport, Pa. 

Psychology, B.R.E. 
Associate and Feature Editor, 
Observer, Associate Editor, Editor, 
Ashes and Sparks, Chairman, Charity 
Drive, Chagiga Committees, Big 
S i ster 



IIELENE F. LANDGARTEN 
30 Brantwood Road 
Worcester, Mass. 

Education 
Vice President, President, Dormitory 
Council, Drama Club, Chagiga 
Committees, Israeli Dance Club 



Well, somebody had to take it. 



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Just one more, 614 won't be too many mitzvot. 



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SYLVIA LEVINSON 

440 Daly Ave. 

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 

Psychology 
Dean's List, Vice President, Senior 
Class, Dormitory Council, Drama 
Club, Co-Chairman, Junior social. 
Class Committees, Big Sister 



BINA LEVOVITZ 
1643 44th St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Education, B.R.E. 
Dean's List, Hebrew Editor, 
Kochaviah, Hebrew Activities 
Coordinator, Big Sister 




You had a good time, yeah, ask if he has a friend. 



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HADASSAH MAIDENBAUM 
10 Manor Lane 
Lawrence, N. Y. 
English 



MURIEL EHRMAN MANDEL 
65-50 Wetherole St. 
Forest Hills, N. Y. 

Sociology 
Co-Chairman, Culture Board, 
Chagiga Committees, Parshat 
Hashavua Club 




Yeah, I hate her, let's put her on our black list. 



ESTHER MANN 

88 Lancaster St. 

Quincy, Mass. 

History-Political Science 

President, Sophomore Class, Cantata, 

Class Committees 



JUDITH A. MINCHENBERG 
186 Pomona Ave. 
Newark, N. J. 

Education 
Business Manager, Kochaviah 
Chairman, Theater Party, Business 
Manager, Observer, Chagiga 
Committees, Israeli Dance Club, 
Dormitory Council, Big Sister 




Hoorah, our soc. teacher has laryngitis. 



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DVORA LEE MINDER 
64 Fairmont Ave. 
Sommerville, N. J. 

Mathematics 
News Editor, Editor-in-chief, 
Observer, Chairman, Blood Drive, 
Alumnae-Student Committee 
member, Big Sister 




JUDY SELTZER MORGENSTERN 
69-51 150th St. 
Kew Garden Hills, N. Y. 
Education 




Our attendance at class meeting has tripled— there are now 12. 



ALICE SAVITSKY NOVICK 
91 Tulip Ave. 
Floral Park, N. Y. 

Education, B.R.E. 
Chagiga Committees 




ARLEEN NAOMI OSBAND 
314 South Goodman St. 
Rochester, N. Y. 

Education 
Dormitory Council, Chagiga 
Committees, Yiddish Club, Big 
Sister 





Let me tell you, formaldehyde works even better 
than sniffing glue. 



YONA PORUSH 

922 Michigan Ave. 
Miami Beach, Fla. 

Psychology, B.R.E. 
Drama Club, T.A.C. member, Class 
Committees, Parshat Hashavua Club 



BARBARA C. RADINSKY 
501 West 184th St. 
New York, N. Y. 

Education 
Secretary, Junior Class, 
Co-Chairman, Junior Weekend. 
T.A.C. member. Big Sister 




It's what's up front that counts. 



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IV 




SHIRLEY REINGEWERTZ 

59 Alexandra Wood 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

History 
Current Events Club, Hospital 
Volunteer, Co-Chairman, Record 
Sale 



SHAINDY RESHEVSKY 
5 Hadassah Lane 
Spring Valley, N. Y. 
Education 

Dean's List, Chagiga Committees, 
Israeli Dance Club, Folk Singing 
Club 




A woman can succeed in a man's world. 



BETTY JEAN ROSENBERG 
1201 University Drive, N. E. 
Atlanta, Ga. 

English 
T.A.C. member, Co-Chairman, 
Stratford trip, Historian, Student 
Council, Chagiga Committees 



RUTH I. SCHEUER 
1206 Turner Ave. 
Wanamassa, Asbury Park, N. J. 

History-Political Science 
Dean's List, President, Student 
Council, Treasurer, Freshman Class, 
T.A.C. member, Observer Staff, 
Representative, City Commission 
for Human Rights, Big Sister 



SHELLY SCHULMAN 

188 Clinton Place 
Newark, N. J. 

English 
Literary Editor, Kochauiah, Copy 
Editor, Observer, Vice President, 
Junior Class, T.A.C. member, Big 
Sister 



JUDY SCHWARTZ 

1906 Highland Ave. 
New Castle, Pa. 

Education 
President, Senior Class, Secretary. 
Sophomore Class, Secretary, Student 
Council, Drama Club, Chairman, 
Freshman Chagiga, T.A.C. member. 
Big Sister 




Even you won t write anything for our literary section? 




No, these aren't varicose veins. 



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LEANORA SHERMAN 
67 Westfield Ave. 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

Sociology 
Chairman, Senior Weekend, 
Sister 



Bis 



FREYDA WEINREB SHIMANSKY 
742 Montgomery St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

English 
Dormitory Council, Chagiga 
Committees, Israeli Dance Club, 
Co-op Staff 




Ah, come on, you know who Rashi is. 



EVA SINGER 

53-11 90th St. 

Elmhurst, N.Y. 

Psychology 



SHEILA ELLEN SNYDER 
1028 Garden Drive 
Newport News, Va. 

Education 
Treasurer, Junior Class, Chairman, 
Blood Drive, Chairman, Senior 
Class Social, Committee Chairman, 
Junior Weekend, T.A.C. member, 
Chairman, Home Hospitality, Class 
Committees, Big Sister 



RACHEL J. SOLOMON 
137 South Maple St. 
Mount Carmel, Pa. 

Sociology 
Editor-in-chief, Kochaviah, Co-op 
Manager, Co-Chairman, Junior 
Book Sale, Co-Chairman, Dormitory 
Chagiga, Observer Staff, Dormitory 
Council, Co-Chairman, Senior 
Raffle, Chagiga Committees, Big 
Sister 




Do we really look like Stern girls? 



COOKIE KONIGSBERG 

SPIELMAN 

992 Eastern Parkway 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Mathematics-Physics, B.R.E. 




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NAOMI GURIAN SPILKY 
759 East 10th St. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Education 



JOAN STERN 

2816 Avenue I 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Psychology 




I'd love to go to the senior prom with you. 



SHARON TISCHLER 
212 East Broadway 
New York, N. Y. 
Education 



ANNE-SHIRLEY WALDMAN 
169 Waterloo Avenue 
Downsview, Ontario, Canada 
Education 



FRAYDA FINK WEISS 
402 Ocean Parkwav 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Education 
Music Club 



TOBY WEISS 
501 West 184th St. 
New York, N. Y. 

Education 
Typing Editor, Kochaviah, 
Co-Chairman, Junior Weekend, 
Co-Chairman, Stratford trip. Class 
Committees, Big Sister 



FLORA WUNSCH 
417 Grand St. 
New York, N. Y. 

Education 
Typing Editor, Kochaviah, Class 
Committees, Chagiga Committees, 
Art Club, Co-Chairman, 
Dorm-Commuter Weekend 




And when are you getting married? 
And when are you getting married? 




Happiness is a tanach gemer. 



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STERN COLLEGE: 
FOR WOMEN 



YESHIVA 
m«VEPSITY 




X 



*v 




Congratulations to 
KOCHAVIAH 1965 

from 
KOCHAVIAH 1964 

Editor-in-Chief: Malkie Gluck 

Associate Editor: Evelyn Blatt Blachor 

Literary Editor-. Sylvia Barack 

Business Editors-. Dorothy Richards Bloch, Elaine Rivkin Taragin 

Copy Editor-. Naomi Fuchs 

Hebrew Editor-. Marilyn Stein 

Typing Editor-. Inez Bernstein Levi 

Photography Editor-. Natalie Klein 



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STERN COLLFGI 




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/ Jly 






HARTZ MOUNTAN 



PET FOODS 



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PRINCE GEORGE HOTEL 



14 EAST 28TH STREET 
New York, New York 



BEST WISHES FROM THE CLASS OF 1968 




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ZELDA BADNER 
President 



MICHELE KAGAN 
Vice President 





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HARRIET JAKUBOVICS 
Secretary 



LESLIE SUKENIK 
Treasurer 



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Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


for a Successful Future to 




SHEYI 


DOC ROBINS PROGRAMS 


Judea Center Synagogue, Brooklyn, New York 




Rabbi Dr. & Mrs. Meir Felman 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 


Dr. & Mrs. Yehudi M. Felman 


to our daughter and sister 


Dr. & Mrs. Norman A. Bloom 


JOAN 




Mr. & Mrs. David Stern and Lenny 


Adina Sara Bloom 




Bobe & Zaideh Comess 





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Congratulations and Best Wishes to 




THE CLASS OF 1965 


BEST WISHES TO 


STERN COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 


PERIE KATZ HIRSHAUT 


Honorary President: Joanne P. Klein '58 


FOR BROCHOS 00' BERIUTH 


President: Rosalie Bayer '62 


Osher V'Osher 


1st Vice President-. Rita Siff '61 


Shefah Ve Sholem 


2nd Vice President: Arlene Lehrer '62 


Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence M. Smith 
Mr. & Mrs. Ben Osdoby & Family 


Corresponding Secretary. Kay Skaist '60 


Kraf & Hainmann Construction Co. 


Recording Secretary: Gita J. Hoffman '63 


Hey Ru Fishing — Fred Katz 


Treasurer: Genia Socol '59 


First National Bank of Woodridge 




Mountain Dale, New York 



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Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 






CONGRATULA770NS TO 


to our niece 




CHAVY 


SHARON TISCHLER 


upon her graduation 


and the graduating class 


Uncle Lou and Aunt Leah 




Uncle Jack 


A FRIEND 


CONGRATULATIONS TO 


CONGRATULATIONS TO 


EDYTHE SUZANNE DuBROW 


EDYTHE SUZANNE DuBROW 


Converse Carlisle Co. 


City Fuel Co., Inc. 


Springfield, Mass. 


1025 Dixwell Avenue 




Hamden, Connecticut 



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THE DORMITORY COUNCIL 1964-1965 





HELENE LANDGARTEN 
President 



MARLENE HOCHMAN 
Vice President 




ROCHELLE SPERLING 
Secretary 



PEARL MARCUS 
Treasurer 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

MARION STERN CODER 

And to the Graduates of 1 965 



EDWARD BOKER, INC. 
Wholesale Fruits & Vegetables 



THE CLASS OF 1967 




NINA ROSENBLUM 
President 




NAOMI AvRUTICK 
Vice President 





SUSAN AMIN 
Secretary 



SHEILA STEIN 
Treasurer 



THE CLASS OF 1966 





MIRIAM FUNK 
President 



ETHEL PELCOVITZ 
Vice President 





FRANCINE WELT 
Secretary 



HARRIET MANDEL 
Treasurer 



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Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1965 




May the years bring happiness and fulfillment 




MR. & MRS. 1. REINGEWERTZ & DAUGHTER 




Toronto, Ontario, Canada 




CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 


MAZEL AND BRACHA 




RACHEL 


RACHEL 




Mr. & Mrs. Ted Matlow, Mount Carmel, Pa. 


Rabbi & Mrs. E. Solomon, Gail & Gerald 




Mrs. Henry Wolf and Family, Mount Carmel, Pa. 


Mr. & Mrs. William Solomon & Family 




Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Wolfe, Mount Carmel, Pa. 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Friedman & Family 
Mr. David Solomon 




Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Fogel & Family, Newark, N. J. 






Congratulations and Best Wishes 




BINA LEVOVITZ 




MOM, DAD, & JOE 



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Congratulations to 

Mr. & Mrs. Allan Fireman 

LOUIS J. SEPTIMUS & CO. 


Congratulations & Best Wishes 
Jo the Graduating Class of 1965 

Yeshiva University Women's Organization 

MRS. JERRY ROTHMAN, President 


CONGRATULATIONS 

to our 

daughter 

KALMA MUSHKIN KAHAN 


SHANE DISTRIBUTORS 

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 
H. BESSIN & M. FRIEDMAN 



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MAZEL TOV TO 






DVORA 




MODERN-CRAFT CONSTRUCTION CO. 


AND HER CLASSMATES 




SO 3-6325 


Mr. & Mrs. H. Minder 




TENEMENT HOUSE & FIRE REPAIRS 


Naomi & David 




Property Purchased As Is 


Uncle Abe 




(Newark area only) 


Uncle Benjamin 

The Pell Cousins 

Aunt Helen & Uncle Manny 






BEST WISHES TO 




RELATIVES OF 


JOAN STERN 




HELENE LANDGARTEN 


A. NUSSBAUM KNITTING MILLS, INC. 
1 44 Spencer Street 






Brooklyn, New York 





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The Best! 



Grossinger's has been 
presented with the Gour- 
met Culinary Merit Award 
by J. George Fredericks, 
president of the Gourmet 
Society. The award has 
been given "in recognition 
of Grossinger's culinary 
imagination, originality, 
and excellence, and the 
resort's interest in and de- 
votion to good gourmet 
standards in food prepara- 
tion and service." 

As a first resort, think of 
Grossinger's, winner of the 
Merit Award that merits 
your attention. 

For the best of every- 
thing, c'mon to Gross- 



inger's! 





EVERYTHING 



The BEST for each GUEST! 



GR OS SINGER, NEW YORK 



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Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to our dauther 

FRAYDA 

MR. & MRS. ALEX FINK 


Ellenville 655 N. Y.: Wl 7-77M 
GARTENBERG & SCHECHTER'S 

PIONEER COUNTRY CLUB 

GREENFIELD PARK, NEW YORK 
Strict Kosher Modern Resort Hotel 

• All Sports • Entertainment • Free Golf 
• Private Lake • Health Club 

WEDDINGS — BAR MITZVAHS — CONVENTIONS — ETC. 


CONGRATULATIONS TO 

ARLENE HANNAH FRUCHTER 

Daughter of our friends 

RABBI & MRS. NANDOR FRUCHTER 

THE ETTINGER FAMILY 

Indianapolis, Ind. 


Special Discount to all Stern College Students 

DRY CLEANING, LAUNDRY SERVICE, ALTERATIONS 

Free pick-up & delivery service 

VALET SHOP 

226 LEXINGTON AVENUE — NEW YORK, NEW YORK 
Phone: LExington 2-5464 



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ADAS ISRAEL CONGREGATION 

HAMILTON, ONTARIO, CANADA 


Maze! and tlracha 
to our dear 

CHAVY 

A FRIEND 


TO 
BINA LEVOVITZ 

Compliments of 

TOV CATERERS 
181 E. Broadway, N. Y. 2, N.Y. 
97-22 63rd Road, Queens, N.Y. 


COMPLIMENTS 

SUNWORTHY FULL WALL MURALS 

available wallpaper dealers throughout the country 

made by 

CANADIAN WALLPAPER MANUFACTURERS, LIMITED 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada 


BINA LEVOVITZ 

Compliments of 

MATAMIM KOSHER PROD., INC. 

4310 16th Avenue 

Brooklyn, New York 


GOLDIE & MEYER GASNER 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada 




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Mazel Tov to our daughter 

PAULA 

Rabbi & Mrs. N. Kornmehl 


To our Graduate 

NAOMI 

A. H. Spilky Family 


Complments of 

Mr. & Mrs. Martin K. Levinson 

440 Daly Avenue 
Ottawa, Canada 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to our daughter and sister 

RUTHIE 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Scheuer 
and Shellie 


HOTEL PHARMACY 

78 Madison Avenue 
New York, New York 


Congratulations 

BRYNA 

You did it at last! 


Chazak Ve-amatz to 

PERIE KATZ HIRSHAUT 

Women's Branch UOJCA 
Sullivan — Ulster Chapter 


ZUNDELL HARDWARE CO. 

Springfield, Massachusetts 


Congratulations to 

ESTELLE 

Mom & Dad 
Bernice & Stan & Family 

Jack & Mae Glass 
Aaron & Elsa & Family 


Mazel Tov to 

MARION STERN GODER 

and all the Graduates 
The Gruenspecht Family 


Rabbi Jacob Mann 

Rabbi & Mrs. Jonah Mann & Family 

Rabbi & Mrs. Abraham Mann 

wish Kol Tuv to 

ESTHER 


STAHL-BADNER 
Modern Bungalow Colony 

Briggs Highway, Ellenville, New York 

adjoining synagogue 
"Make our colony your summer home" 

Phone: Ellenville 835-J-l 



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Beth Israel Synagogue 
Wishes all the best to 

ESTHER MANN 


Best Wishes to our daughter 

ARLENE HANNAH 

Rabbi & Mrs. Nandor Fruchter 


Compliments 

Toby, Samuel, and Mark Verman 

92 Wenderly Drive, Toronto 


Best Wishes to 

BARBARA 

Mr. & Mrs. S. Hollander 


For Coast to Coast travel 

go 
Continental Trailways Bus System, U.S.A. 


In honor of my wife 

JUDY MORGENSTERN 


Our compliments and Mazel-tov wishes to 

BRYNA 

Your Grandparents 


Best Wishes to 

JUDY 

Mom, Dad, Marsha, & Bubby 


MEHADRIN KOSHER MEATS 

97-16 66th Avenue 
Rego Park, New York 


HOUSE OF CARDS 

365 Lexington Avenue (Bet. 40th & 41st St.) 
New York, New York 


Mazel Tov to our Wife and Mother 

EVA 

Rabbi M. Singer & Vera 


YESHIVA CO-OP 

2555 Amsterdam Avenue 
New York, New York 


Best Wishes to 

JOAN STERN 

Mrs. Thelma L. Siegartel 


Mazel Tov to our daughter & sister 

FLORA 

Mr. 8. Mrs. 1. Wunsch & Alan 


In honor of the graduation of 

BARBARA RADINSKY 


Best Wishes to the 

CLASS OF '65 

The Koval Family 


Best Wishes to 

JUDY 

Mr. & Mrs. H. Morgenstern 


Mazel Tov to our grandchild 

FLORA WUNSCH 

Zaida & Miriam Kamlet 


KING ARTHUR YARN CORP. 

190 Mercer Street 
New York, New York 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 

MIRIAM 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis Landesman 




Congratulations on the completion of the 

first decade of progress and achievement. 

May we witness many more. 

WEBERS' CATERERS, INC. 

1660 Morris Avenue Bronx, New York 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

EDYTHE SUZANNE DuBROW 

Max Okun 
Springfield, Mass. 



Mazel Tov to 

JOAN STERN 

on her graduation 
Mr. & Mrs. A. Luxenberg 



Congratulations to 

VIVIAN EISENBERG 

upon her graduation 

Mr. & Mrs. Sam Gurevitch 
Calgary, Alberta, Canada 



MID-CITY OPTICAL GROUP, INC. 

1220 Broadway (Bet. 30th & 31st St.) 

lO 3-6581 
Dr. Samuel I. Katz, Dr. Marvin S. Fox 



Maze! Tov to 

JOAN STERN 

on her graruation 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Schneider 



In honor of our Niece 

SANDRA 

Mr. & Mrs. Abraham Berkowitz 
Mr. & Mrs. Israel Chomsky 



BLOCH PUBLISHING CO. 

The Jewish Concern 

31 West 31st Stret 

New York, New York 



Best Wishes to the Hartford Girls 

AGUDAS ACHIM SYNAGOGUE 

Hartford, Connecticutt 

Abraham N. AvRutick, Rabbi 

Harold Veroff, President 



JOSEPH CR00G COMPANY, INC. 

Real Estate — Insurance 

37 College Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 

Phone: 777-7311 



Mazel and Bracha 
to our daughter and sister 

CHAVY 

Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin Baron and Heshie 



With very best congratulations 
to our niece 

DIANE HOURWITZ 

Aunt Minnie & Uncle Jack Slochower 



Best Wishes to 

VIVIAN EISENBERG 

Mr. & Mrs. Jack Hart 
Calgary, Alberta, Canada 



Congratulations to 

CHAVY 

and her classmates 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Kaplan 



For the finest in Hebrew jewelry 

NISSIM HIZME 

89 Canal Street New York, New York 

WA 5-2922 



THE HIGHLAND MOTOR-MOTEL 

Calgary, Alberta, Canada 
A Place Ye Canna' Forget 

Leo Sheftal, General Manager 



Best Wishes to 

CHAVY 

and her fellow graduates 
Mr. & Mrs. U. Doppelt 



Mazel Tov to 

SHIRLEY FINK 

Her Grandparents 



Mazel Tov to 

VIVIAN EISENBERG 

Mr. W. Polsky 
Calgary, Alberta, Canada 



Best Wishes to 

ESTHER MANN 

Mr. 8, Mrs. B. Bean 



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Best Wishes to the 

Students and Alumni of Stern College 

Mr. & Mrs. Meyer Fink 
Scranton, Pa. 


Congratulations to the 

GRADUATING CLASS OF '65 

Compliments of a Friend of 

KALMA 


Compliments of 
New Haven Chapter 

Yeshiva University Women's Organization 

Mrs. Morris Widder, President 


Open Day & Night GRamercy 7-9344 

9338 

RAPOPORT'S DAIRY RESTAURANT 

91-93 Second Avenue 
New York 3, New York 


HESSION & CONNOLLY, INC. 

CORONET WATCH CO. Grocery and Delicatessen 
Manufacturers of Stern College 175 Madison Ave. MU 3-6252 
Keys and Rings 27 Eas , 28th S) MU 5.7572 


LATHAM BEAUTY SALON 

4 East 28th Street 
New York, New York 


To our Niece 

BINA 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
Rabbi & Mrs. R. Levovitz 


Mazel Tov to our Rabbi's daughter 

ARLENE HANNAH FRUCHTER 

Cong. B'nai Torah Sisterhood 
Indianapolis, Ind. 


PACKARD PHARMACY 

133 East 34th Street 

New York, New York 

Discounts to all Stern College Students 


Best Wishes to 

BINA LEVOVITZ 

upon her graduation 
Rabbi M. L. Levovitz and Family 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 
our daughter and sister 

JUDITH 

upon her graduation 
Rabbi & Mrs. A. N. AvRutick & Naomi 


AURA PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Meyer D. Rich 
251 West 86th Street 
New York 24, New York. . 

SUsquehonna 7-3200 


Congratulations to 

BINA LEVOVITZ 

Mauzone Home Kosher Products, Inc. 
4901 16th Street Brooklyn, N.Y. 


Mazel Tov 

DIANE 

and the Class of '65 
Rabbi & Mrs. Louis A. Glyn 


BARTON'S BONBONNIERE 
& GREETING CARDS 

172 Madison Avenue (Bet. 33rd & 34th St.) 

New York, New York 

LE 2-5232 


Best Wishes to 

ESTHER MANN 

Women's Council of Beth Israel Synagogue 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 

BARBARA 

and her classmates 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Hollander 


HOTEL SEVILLE BEAUTY SALON 

17 East 28th Street 

New York 16, New York 

MU 4-8449 


Mazel Tov and Very Best Wishes 
to our daughter and sister 

DIANE 

Mr. 8. Mrs. Samuel Hourwitz 8< Arthur 


Congratulations to 

MISS SHIRLEY REINGEWERTZ 

and the Graduating Class of 1965 

Mr. Frank Ignagni 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 


GEFEN'S DAIRY RESTAURANT, INC. 

297 Seventh Avenue 

New York 1, New York 

Closed Saturdays & Jewish Holidays 


In honor of 

BARBARA'S 

graduation 
The Strauss Family 


Best Wishes from 

LARIAN BEAUTY SALON, INC. 

140 East 34th Street MU 5-3272 
Professional care is best for your hair 



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Compliments of 






CONGREGATION BETH SHOLOM 


Regency Hairdressers, Inc., 29 West 35th St., N.Y.C. 


Rochester, New York 








Dr. Seymour Robert Strauss 

Okun Furniture Co., 1 786 Main Street, Springfield, Mass. 




A friend 


E. & O. Kosher Dairy Restaurant, 161 Madison Ave., N.Y.C. 


Delicious Glatt Kosher Provisions, Inc. 


Jerry Leeds 


Dembitzer Bros. 


Lippy, Debby, Judah, Ahuva, Zvi Friedman 


Simon Fisher 


Mr. & Mrs. Barnett Samuels 


Mr. & Mrs. Jack Hart 


Salon 31 


Highland Motor Hotel, Calgary, Canada 


Sklar and Levitin 


Dollar Cleaners, Calgary, Canada 


Mauzone Home Kosher Products 


Mr. & Mrs. Sam Gurevitch 


Dr. Harold Z. Levine 


Hartford Chapter, Y.U.W.O. 


Solomon Weiss & Co. 


Meal Mart Broadway Corp. 


Alfred Parker 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Leventhal, Nanticoke, Pa. 


Morse Sleep Shop 


Neil Stockhammer, Esq. 


Mr. & Mrs. Julius Mayer 


Mr. & Mrs. Sam Landgarten and Family 


Irwin Furniture Co. 


Gertel's Bake Shoppe 


Jack Polivy, Jeweler 


King Arthur Yarn Corp. 


Mr. & Mrs. 1. AvRutick 


Solomon Rabinowitz Hebrew Bookstore 


Sam's Kosher Delicatessen 


Mr. & Mrs. Aron Zelman 


East New York & Inwood Fish Co. 


Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin F. Weiner & Family 


Esther, Bill, Pat, and Dennis Slochower 


Mr. & Mrs. Sol Weinreb 


1. & M. Delicatessen Corp. 


Martin Sukenick 


Mr. & Mrs. S. Levine 


Noah Zark Kosher Pizza, Inc. 


Petit Quality Cleaners, Inc. 


David Shapiro & Family 


Dannon Milk Product, Inc. 


Slutsky's Glatt Kosher Prime Meats 


Seymour D. Multz, Engraver 


Mr. & Mrs. Harry Donin 


Cong. Emunath Israel, New York City 


Mr. & Mrs. Hans Frank 


Rudy Tepel Orchestras 


The Ladies Auxiliary of the Worcester Ivriah School 


Rabbi & Mrs. Richard Barth & Susan Miriam 


Rand's Butcher, Asbury Park 


The Orchard, Fruit Baskets & Platters 


Joseph & Helen Reichman 


Shellie Scheuer 


Mr. & Mrs. Ben Abbott 


Mrs. Ida Porush, Naftali & Israel 


J. & N. Farmery 


The Mintz Family 


Winthrop Chapter, Mizrachi Women of America 


Mr. & Mrs. Carl Chomsky 



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Congratulations to our daughter 



HADASSAH 



MR. & MRS. NAT MAIDENBAUM & FAMILY 




Compliments of 

Bloomingdale s 

Portrait 

Studios 



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Best Wishes to the class of 1965 

Student Council 

of 

Stern College 

Officers 1 964-65 

President: Ruth Scheuer 

Vice President: Barbara Hollander 

Secretary: Esther Koenig 

Treasurer: Susan Harris 



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