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. Ster/i College for Women 

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Eternity is endless. Forever is boundless. Life is one 

small part of eternity, one iota of forever. College, 

then, is even a smaller part of infinity. It is four years 

of togetherness, unity, solidarity, yet four years of 

becoming separate, unique, and special as well. It is a 

metamorphosis — a changing. 





Each life must find its own 
meaning, its own goal. Each 
girl must find her own way 
to become a woman. And 
each woman must discover 
what it means not just to 
exist, but to be, to contribute, 
to have a purpose. 



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And all in four years — four long, happy, fun-filled, 
successful years. Four short, sorrowful, puzzling, 
questioning, wondering, fleeting years. Four years- 
gone. 





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Gone where? Can four 
years with questions and 
no answers have mean- 
ing? Are the questions 
for which we have no 
answers worth pondering 
— worth the time, the 
heart-ache, the worry? 



Is it worth it to be a Stern woman — 
to spend four years trying to 
synthesize, to explain, to defend? 
Is it really necessary to spend four 
years trying to discover the 
relationship between religion and 
the world, between G-d and man? 




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Wouldn't it be nicer to be a 

moth all the time, to fly 

always toward the light, to 

flutter through life? But 

think about it. Is it really so 

sad to be a butterfly? 





Is it really so very difficult to admit 
that there are questions which we 
cannot answer, pain and suffering 
we cannot explain? Is the ache of not 
knowing worse than the emptiness of 
feeling there is nothing to know? 





Dedication 



Once there was emptiness 

echoing 
Down silent corridors. 
Once there were silent 

reverberations 
Of apathy ricocheting back from 

closed doors. 

Now there is hope 

And the beginning of sound. 

Now there is someone who dares 

to speak — 
Who dares to question the 

empty reverberating stillness. 

Someone has opened the door 
And the soundless ricocheting 

waves of apathy 
Have begun to fade. 
One woman with conviction 
Has created a new image of Stern, 
A vibrant image, 
Born from empty echoes. 



Mrs. Esther Auerbach 



We are sick of history — 
Of dying and pain and grief. 
We want a future as well as a past. 
The price has been paid 
Even in our own generation: 
Six million, we cry — 
Six million . . . 

A professor teaches us to subdue our anger- 
To learn that without a past 
There IS no future; 
To see the panorama of history 
As a divine plan; 
To see the state of Israel 
And the Jewish people 
Alive, strong, ever-proud; 
To see that pride is forged from grief. 

And we understand. 
And the crying ceases. 




Rabbi Raphael S. Weinberg 




I welcome this opportunity to extend my warmest 
congratulations to the graduating class of !969 
of Stern College for Women, 
mtnesetlmesofunprecedentedchanseyouhave^ 

sough, to take ^"'ZZ'IZ^* *e timeless 
^Sgtuut:n; P anrhe S 3ingin,e,,ec,ua, 

■Its o. 'the arts and sciences^. .have ^ 

healthy background "P™^ 1 ?"™ „ d c ommuni.y. 
to assume your roles in home, career, an 

Voo will face grea. ^^ZZlo^cL 
rou^stri^thtle-wircrmunhyandal, 

rytAlmlghtygrantyoucontinuedwellheingaod 

fulfillment. 



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Samuel Belkin 
President 




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yourselves and your Alma Mater. 

' Wend,OCaCh0, - U ~™~on sa „ dwrybestwishes . 



Max Stern 




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Now that you are leaving Stern r«li 

experience some apprehend ^ T Wi " un doubtedly 

wonder whether yo , ar "d ™ rZI apPrehension because you 

r ofessiona, - nd ^^hters 

p t r of:;X°nd1LX e :^n C o f a,,engeS Wjth a »~ * 
-oted in the knowSSr ^ COnfidence is 
a relevant and dynamic 8 ne t ob ectiv?' " 3 ' eXPenence ^ 
Prepare you to gain a mastery m the ^H ^ n0t ° n ' y t0 
you can compete in it. It a /so was , a " dem,c wo ^ so that 
a set of moral and ethical tearhTn T^J" transm i«ing 
your spiritual and ^ft^ y ° U ^advance 

guide you in yourrtriv^a ™a 3 idea ' S ^ W '" 
or yourself and in discharging yo u r r n' 8 a meanin ^' ,ife 
fam.ly, community, and peopfe res P°ns.bil,ties to your 

'wish all of you success in your endeavor, 



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Esther Auerbach 



Administration 





Mrs. Miriam Mostow 
Recorder 



Library Staff 

Max Celnik, (2nd from left), Head Librarian 





Mrs. Esther Zuroff 
Placement Coordinator 



Rabbi YaakovZev 
Assistant Registrar 





Mrs. Sarah Meyer 

Staff Assistant, Dormitory 



Dr. Eli Sar 

Director, Health Service 





Mrs. Jenny Giges 
Director, Residence Hall 



Mrs. Rita Dunne 
Nurse 



Judaic Studies 
Faculty 



DR. GERSION APPEL 
Professor of Judaic Studies 



DR. YEHOSHUA BE'ERY 
Instructor of Hebrew 




RABBI YEHUDA BOHRER 
Instructor of Judaic Studies 



RABBI DAVID BLEICH 
Instructor of Judaic Studies 



MR. HANOCH DUBITSKY 
Instructor of Hebrew 




DR. SHLOMO EIDELBERG 

Professor of Jewish History 

Chairman, Dep't of Hebraic Studies 



MRS. CHAYA EHRLICH 
Instructor of Hebrew 



MRS. CHAYA HOROWITZ 
Lecturer of Hebrew 



DR. YEHUDA FELIKS 
Visiting Professor of Judaic Studies 




DR. MEIER HAVAZELET 
Assoc. Professor of Hebrew 



RABBI MARTIN GORDON 
Instructor of Judaic Studies 




MR. HENRI KAMRI 
Instructor of Hebrew 



MRS. TOVAH LICHTENSTEIN 
Lecturer of Judaic Studies 



RABBI J. 

MITCHELL 

ORLIAN 

Instructor of 

Hebrew 




RABBI ALTER METZGER 
Ass't Professor of Judaic Studies 



MISS HELEN OFFENBACHER 
Lecturer of Judaic Studies 



DR. NOAH ROSENBLOOM 
Professor of Hebrew 



RABBI JOSHUA SHMIDMAN 
Instructor of Judaic Studies 




RABBI MELECH SCHACHTER 

Assoc. Professor of Judaic 

Studies 



MR. JOSEPH ROTH 

Instructor of Hebrew 



RABBI RAPHAEL WEINBERG 
Ass't Professor of Jewish History 




RABBI YAAKOV ZEV 
Lecturer of Judaic Studies 



RABBI ARTHUR SHURIN 
Lecturer of Hebrew 



Faculty 



DR. SHELLY KOENICSBERG 
Assoc. Professor of Education 
Chairman, Dep't of Education 



MRS. SUSAN SARDY 
Instructor of Education 







MISS ELLEN NAKAMURA 
Visiting Lecturer of Education 



DR. JOSEPH LEVINSON 
Visiting Professor of Education 



MISS HELEN GOODMAN 
Lecturer of Art 




MRS. SUSAN FLEMINGER 
Lecturer of Art 



PROF. RACHEL WISCHNITZER 
Professor Emeritus of Art 



MRS. CONSTANCE SKOR 
Instructor of Education 



DR. IRENE 
GOLDRINC 
Assoc. Professor < 
Biolog 



DR. BEATRICE FRIEDLAND 

Professor of Biology 

Chairman, Dep't of Biology 



DR. FRED GOODMAN 
Professor of Biology 




MR. MURRAY ALTMAN 
Instructor of Biology 




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MRS. JESSICA GRANT 
Instructor of Biology 




DR. BETTY ROSOFF 
Ass't Professor of Biology 



MRS. ETHEL ORLIAN 
Lecturer of Chemistry 



MRS. CECILY DOBIN 
Lecturer of Chemistry 




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DR. LEONARD LABOWITZ 
Ass't Professor of Chemistry 



DR. NATHANIEL REMES 
Assoc. Professor of Chemistry 



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DR. HENRY GRINBERC 
Ass't Professor of English 



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DR. MORRIS EPSTEIN 

Professor of English 

Chairman, Dep't of English 




DR. DAN VOGEL 
Ass't Professor of English 



DR. CAROLE SILVER 
Ass't Professor of English 




DR. ANNA KRAKOWSKI 
Professor of French 



DR. MIRELLA AFFRON 

Ass't Professor of French 

Chairman, Dep't of French 




MR. HOWARD CHEIKEN 
Lecturer of Russian 




MRS. FRUMA KOVACS 
Lecturer of Spanish 



MRS. SOPHIE LAUFER 
Lecturer of German 



DR. JOSEPH DUNNER 
Visiting Prof, of Poli Sci. 



DR. DORIS 

GOLDSTEIN 

Professor of History 

Chairman, Dep't of 

History 






MRS. CAROL GRUBER 
Ass't Professor of History 



MISS RUTH BEVAN 
Ass't Professor of Poli Sci. 



DR. ROSE CHAN 
Instructor of History 



MR. SOLOMON HONIG 
Lecturer of Economics 




MR. C. BEZALEL 

SHERMAN 

Lecturer of Sociology 




DR. NATHALIE FRIEDMAN 

Ass't Professor of Sociology 

Chairman, Dep't of Sociology 



MR. NICHOLAS REGUSH 
Lecturer of Sociology 



MR. JOSEPH FRIEDMAN 
Instructor of Mathematics 




DR. LEON LANDOVITZ 
Professor of Physics 



MISS EUNICE NORTON 
Teaching Fellow in Physics 



MR. DAVID FLORY 
Lecturer of Physics 







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MR. YEHUDA JURAVEL 
Lecturer of Physics 



DR. JULES 

GREENSTEIN 

Assoc. Professor of 

Psychology 

Chairman, Dept. of 

Psychology 




DR. MARCEL 

PERLMAN 

Assoc. Professor of 

Psychology 



MR. MARTIN SCHULMAN 
Lecturer of Psychology 



MRS. ANNE V. ROTH 
Instructor of Health Education 




MRS. JUNE GOLDEN 
Instructor of Speech 



MRS. REBECCA STEARNS 
Lecturer of Speech 




MRS. HANNAH WOLKENFELD 
Lecturer of Health Education 




MR. FRANCIS HEILBUT 
Lecturer of Music 



PROF. RUTH KISCH 
Ass't Professor of Music 



DR. ARTHUR TAUBER 

Ass't Professor of Health 

Education 



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English A.B. 




D'VORAH ABRAMS 

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Education A.B. 



JUDITH SHORE LEA BATALION 

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Education A.B. 



AARON, JULIA MORGENSTERN 
347 East 53rd Street 
New York, New York 

ABOFF, BASHEVA 
156 Hillside Road 
Elizabeth, New Jersey 
Staff, Observer. 

ABRAMS, D'VORAH 

183 Fayette Boulevard 

Syracuse, New York 

Chairman, Beit Olot Mitzvah cards. 

APPLEBAUM, JUDITH SHORE 
66-01 Burns Street 
Forest Hills, N.Y. 



BATALION,LEA 
208 Long Avenue 
Hillside, New Jersey 

BAUM, ROBERTA 
164718th Avenue 
San Francisco, Calif. 
Photography Staff, Observer 

BERKOWITZ, MALKA 

119-14 Union Turnpike 

Kew Gardens, New York 

Dean's List; Editor, Parshat, Hashavua; 

Hebrew Staff, Kochaviah. 

BLINDER, J. RANDY GOODMAN 
495 West 186th Street 
New York, New York 
Treasurer, Freshman Class; Staff, Ob- 
server Supplement. 

BORNSTEIN, BRENDA 
7242 Princeton 
St. Louis, Missouri 

Dean's List; Chairman, Parshat Hash- 
avua Club; President, French Club; 
Big Sister; Co-Chairman Yom Haatz- 
maut Chagiga. 

BRANDRISS,TOBIE 
1503 Constance St. 
Silver Spring, Md. 

Dean's List; Woodrow Wilson Nomi- 
nee; Secretary, Sophomore Class; 
Co-Chairman Yom Haatzmaut Cha- 
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MALKA BERKOWITZ 
French A.B., B.R.E. 



J. RANDY GOODMAN 
BLINDER 

Education A.B., B.R.E. 






BRENDA BORNSTEIN 
Vira rrn 



English 



A.B. 



TOBIE BRANDRISS 
Biology 



A.B. 




HINDA DEBORAH BRILL SHARON PARKER 

mm mm BRUSTEIN 

Sociology A.B. jnw 

Sociology A. 



SANDRA BURNSTEIN 

rnu; 

English A.B. 




FAYGE PHYLLIS JUDITH SCHAPIRA SANDRA HELENE PHYLLIS SANDRA 

BUTLER CARMEL CHERNOTSKY CURCHACK 

Pre-med A.B. History— Poli Sci A.B. Education A.B. Sociology A.B. 




FREYA DARDICK 

n'a'jiu? 
Education A.B. 



BRILL, HINDA DEBORAH 
83-75 Woodhaven Blvd. 
Woodhaven, New York 
Chm.,Sr. Sale; Parshat Hashavua. 

BRUSTEIN, SHARON PARKER 

153 Bennett Avenue 

New York, New York 

Publicity Chairman, Soph. Chagiga. 

BURNSTEIN, SANDRA 

808 D Street S.E. 

Washington, D.C. 

Dean's List; V.P., Soph. Class. Big 

Sister 



BUTLER, FA YGE PHYLLIS 
5710 Bartlett Street 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Editor-in-Chief, Observer; Editor, 
Observer Supplement and Nooz and 
Shmooz; Student Faculty Comm. on 
Academic and Curricular Affairs; 
Drama Club. 

CARMEL, JUDITH SCHAPIRA 
506 Parkway Road 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

Dean's List; Treas., Frosh Class; Chm. 
Bowling Chagiga; Chm., Class Thea- 
tre Party; Big Sister; Staff, Observer. 

CHERNOTSKY, SANDRA HELENE 

1306 Sherwood Road 

Linden, New Jersey 

V.P., Sr. Class; Sec'y, Jr. Class; Big 

Sister; Traumatic Society. 

CURCHACK, PHYLLIS SANDRA 

561 Colonade Road 

West Hempstead, N.Y. 

Capt., Basketball Team; Secretary, 

Dorm Council; Big Sister; Junior 

Class Play; Drama Society; Co-Chm., 

Class Shabbos. 

DARDICK,FREYA 
4727 N.E. 74th Avenue 
Portland, Oregon 
Co-chairman, Service Club. 

DAUM, REGINA FEDERMAN 
5720 Darlington Road 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Big Sister; Parshat Hashavua. 



DOUGLAS, LINDA NASANIA 
8510 16th Street-Apt. 518 
Silver Spring, Maryland 
TAC; Speech Journal. 




REGINA FEDERMAN 

DAUM 

Education A. 





LINDA NASANIA 
DOUGLAS 

Sociology A.B. 



SUSAN EKSTEIN 




MIRIAM EVE DREIFUS 

mn ana 



ELAINE TOBIE EINHORN 



English 



miu ,Tcn 
A.B. English A.B. 




Education 



GLORIA SUE EPSTEIN JUDY ERENYI 

mis ■?t3 , a nniiT 

A.B. Sociology A.B. English 



BAS-SORA BRAND 
EISENBERG 

mrra 
Sociology A.B. 



A.B. 




CAROL ANN ESTERMAN 
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English 



A.B. 



DREIFUS, MIRIAM EVE 

720 Peabody Street N.W. 

Washington, D.C. 

Dean's List; Co-chairman, Bulletin 

Board; Big Sister; Typing Editor, 

Ashes and Sparks; Co-chairman, Sr. 

Culture Evening. 

EINHORN, ELAINETOBIE 

9931 South Yates 

Chicago, Illinois 

Assoc. Feature Editor, Observer. 

EISENBERC, BAS-SORA BRAND 
611 Lefferts Avenue 
Brooklyn, New York 
Parshat Hashavua. 



EKSTEIN, SUSAN 

340 West 86th Street 

New York, New York 

Big Sister; Chagiga Committees. 

EPSTEIN, GLORIA SUE 
241 Crystal Terrace 
Hillside, New Jersey 

Co-ord., Student Court; Sec'y, Sen- 
ior Class; Student-Alumni Commit- 
tee; Chm, Junior Class Shabbos; 
Floor Chairman; Big Sister; Art Club; 
Basketball Team. 

ERENYIJUDY 

65 Featherbed Lane 

Bronx, New York 

ESTERMAN, CAROL ANN 

1580 Bay Road 

Miami Beach, Fla. 

Director, Class Play; Staff, Observer. 




SHIFRA FEDER 



Education 



A.B. 



FEDER, SHIFRA 
1395 Tennyson St. 
Denver, Colorado 
Dean's List; Chairman, 
Tzedaka Drive; Big Sister. 



Beit Olot 



FEIGENBAUM, JUDITH MIRIAM 
3813 Washington Blvd. 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Dean's List; Managing Editor, Ob- 
server; Make-up Editor, Observer- 
Floor Chairman. 

FINE, SANDRA DEBORAH 

4169 Bexley Blvd. 

So. Euclid, Ohio 

Staff, Observer; Big Sister. 




IUDITH MIRIAM 
FEIGENBAUM 



SANDRA DEBORAH FINE 



Chemistry 



Sociology 



A.B. 



A.B. 




MIMI FISCHER TOVA ZIPPORAH 

sa^a FISHMAN 

English A.B. miss rrnu 

Psychology A.B. 




KRYSTINE RITA FOREM 

may 



Psychology 



A.B. 



MARLENE JANET 
FRIEDMAN 

Education 




CONNIE HIRSCH 

FUXBRUNER 

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French A.B. 



DEBORAH MAE GEISLER 

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Education 



A.B. 



FISCHER, MIMI 
3615 Seven Mile Lane 
Baltimore, Maryland 
TAC; Art Committee. 

FISHMAN, TOVA ZIPPORAH 
33-43 Fourteenth Street 
Long Island City, New York 
Chm, Freshman Orientation Program; 
Big Sister; Chm, Yom Haatzmaut Pro- 
gram; Chm, Tzedaka Drive; Sec'y 
Treasurer, V.P., Pres., Yavneh. 

FOREM, KRYSTINE RITA 
134-55 233 Street 
Laureiton, N.Y. 



FRIEDMAN, MARLENE JANET 

34-03 Barbara Place 

Fair Lawn, N.J. 

Dean's List; Art Club; Ass't, Annual 

Art Exhibit; Dormitory Decoration 

Comm., Debate Club. 

FUXBRUNER, CONNIE HIRSCH 
1333 President Street 
Brooklyn, New York 

GEISLER, DEBORAH MAE 

576 East 53rd Street 

Brooklyn, New York 

Big Sister; Staff, Kochaviah; Chagiga 

Committees. 

CLASSMAN, MARLENE Z. 
704 Palmer Court 
Mamaroneck, N.Y. 

Copy Editor, News Editor, Senior Edi- 
tor, Observer; Literary Editor, Koch- 
aviah. 

GLATSTEIN, HANNAH B. 

3036 Beechwood Blvd. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Staff, Observer; Big Sister; Debate 

Team. 

GLUCK,YENNY 
110-11 Queens Blvd. 
Forest Hills, N.Y. 
Chemistry Club. 

GOLDBERG, ROCHELLE 

108-49 66 Avenue 

Forest Hills, N.Y. 

Big Sister; Chagiga Committees. 




MARLENE Z. GLASSMAN 

nna 

History— Poli Sci A.B. 



HANNAH B. GLATSTEIN 

run 

English A.B. 





Chemistry 



YENNY GLUCK 



A.B. Education 



ROCHELLE GOLDBERG 



A.B. 




JEANNE LITVIN GOLDMAN JUDY GOLDSMITH AHUVA SARA 

!?ni kj"&> rmn 1 GREISMANN 

History— Poli Sci A.B. French A.B., B.R.E. - 3inN 

Education A.B. 





PENINA GROSSMAN MIRIAM T. GURIAN 

nris mm ana 

Sociology A.B. Biology 



A.B. 



GINNY HABERKORN ROSLYN ROTHSTEIN 

rrn hain 

History— Poli Sci A.B.,B.R.E. nan 

Sociology A.B. 




SUSAN RUTH HANKIN 

ns - * 

Biology A.B. 



GOLDMAN JEANNE LITVIN 

131 Bennett Avenue 

New York, New York 

Photog. Ed., Kochaviah and Observer; 

Big Sister; Chm., Chagiga. 

GOLDSMITH, JUDY 

5 Carlton Lane 

Monsey, New York 

Copy Editor, Kochaviah; Floor Chm., 

Big Sister, Basketball. 

GREISMAN, AHUVA SARA 

232 Hansbury Avenue 

Newark, New Jersey 

Co-chairman Senior Sale; Big Sister; 

Student-Alumni Committee; Traumatic 

Society 



GROSSMAN, PENINA 

143 Grumman Avenue 

Newark, New Jersey 

Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson Scholarship 

for Research on Poverty; TAC; Chm., 

Sr. Class Sale; Big Sister; Contributor, 

Observer Supplement. 

GURIAN, MIRIAM T. 
328 Cornwall Street 
Hartford, Conn. 
Staff, Observer; Big Sister. 

HABERKORN,GINNY 
579 East 29th Street 
Paterson, New Jersey 
Editor, Parshat Hashavua; Editor, Ob- 
server Supplement; TAC; Staff, Ob- 
server; Dean's List. 

HAIN, ROSLYN ROTHSTEIN 

630 West 246th Street 

New York, New York 

Big Sister; Chagiga Committees. 

HANKIN, SUSAN RUTH 

337 Winthrop Avenue 

New Haven, Conn. 

Art Club; Dramatic Society, Scenery; 

Publicity Chm, Chagiga. 

HERMAN, LUCILLE ANN 
310 West 93rd Street 
New York, New York 
Chm, Art Club; Publicity Chm, Stu- 
dent Council. 

JACOBOWITZ, SUSANA FRIEDBERG 
1000 Ocean Parkway 
Brooklyn, New York 
French Club. 




LUCILLE ANN HERMAN 



Education 



A.B. 




SUSANA FRIEDBERG 

JACOBOWITZ 

miz? 

French A.B. 




SHOSHANA GARFINKEL 

JACOBS 

ravw 

Education A.B. 



CAROL PHYLLIS JAMBRO 

rrn 



French 



A.B. 



RENA PERLMAN 
JOCHNOWITZ 

Education A.B. 





ANDREA DINA FAY KASDAN HELENE "HENNY" KATZ 

KAPLAN miss n»an 

run fun Education A.B.,B.R.E. Education A.I 

Mathematics A.B. 




MEIRA ELLEN KATZ 

nty rn'Sia 

French A.B., B.R.E. 




JACOBS, SHOSHANA GARFINKEL 

964 East 15th Street 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Staff, Observer; Big Sister; Drama 

and French Clubs; Basketball Team. 



JAMBRO, CAROL PHYLLIS 
1109 Summit Terrace 
Linden, N.J. 

"Man Who Came To Dinner"; De- 
bating Team; French Club; Jr. Class 
Play; Model, Israeli Fashion Show. 

JOCHNOWITZ, RENA PERLMAN 
139-12 84 Drive 
Briarwood, N.Y. 
Big Sister. 



KAPLAN, ANDREA DINA 
57 Westchester Drive 
Attleboro, Mass. 
Dean's List. 

KASDAN, FAY 

874 East 10th Street 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Big Sister; Chm., Bowling Chagiga; 

Contributer, Parshat Hashavua; Yav- 

neh; Home Hospitality. 

KATZ, HELENE"HENNY" 

Mountain Dale, N.Y. 

Columbia Univ. Teacher's College 

Award; TAC; Co-Chm., Jr. Shabbos; 

Big Sister; Student-Alumni Comm. 

KATZ, MEIRA ELLEN 

25 Columbia Street 

Brookline, Mass. 

Treas., Soph Class; TAC; Big Sister. 



KOSOFSKYJUDY 

55 Bailey Ave. 
Hillside, N.J. 
TAC. 



KOVAL, BEVERLY MOSKOVITZ 
1 East 88th Street 
Brooklyn, New York 
Dean's List; Aishel Award; Pres., Stu- 
dent Council; Sec'y Student Council; 
Pres., Soph Class; V.P., Frosh Class; 
Speaker's Bureau; Drama Society. 

KRUL, SARAH 

80 West 32 Street 

Bayonne, New Jersey 

Big Sister; Chagiga Committees. 




JUDY KOSOFSKY 
Sociology A.B. 





BEVERLY MOSKOVITZ 
KOVAL 

nai'ra Sociology 

English A.B. 



SARAH KRUL 



A.B. 




HELEN KUZINEC 

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Sociology A.B. 



BEVERLY M. LANDAU 
Education A.B. 




LUCY LANGENTHAL 
LANGER 

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Sociology 



A.B. 



AVIVA KOWALSKY RITA LEFKOVITZ 

LAZARUS 'rm 

ni'38 English A.B. 

Education A.B. 




ARLENE GREENBERG 

LEIBOWITZ 

rp-nrr nan 

Education A.B. 



KUZ1NEC, HELEN 

314 Harper Place 

Highland Park, N.J. 

Scribe, Student Court; Art Club; Sr. 

Sale; Chagiga Committees. 

LANDAU, BEVERLY M. 
432 South Main Street 
Liberty, N.Y. 

Typing Staff, Observer; TAC; Com- 
mittees. 

LANGER, LUCY LANGENTHAL 

72 Wadsworth Terrace 

New York, N.Y. 

Co-Chm., Class Sale; Chm., Dorm 

Chagiga; Big Sister. 



LAZARUS, AVIVA KOWALSKY 
73-50 173 Street 
Flushing, N.Y. 

LEFKOVITZ, RITA 

3575 Harvey Road 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Ed., Observer Supplement; Supplies 

Chm., Student Council; Big Sister. 

LEIBOWITZ, ARLENE GREENBERG 
99-52 66th Road 
Forest Hills, N.Y. 

Big Sister; Ashes and Sparks '66; Cha- 
giga Committees. 

LEICHTBERG, JUDITH WEISS 
855 East 7 Street Apt. 5L 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Stage Manager, Drama Society. 

LESKOWITZ, RHONA GEAN 
38 Delaware Avenue 
W. Long Branch, N.J. 
Assoc. Ed., Kochaviah; Treas., Jr. 
Class; Big Sister; Staff— News and 
Shmooz, Observer; Basketball Team; 
Traumatic Society; Floor Chm., Chm., 
Beit Olot New Year's Bulletin; Open 
House Aide. 

LEVI, DOINA 

84747th Street 

Brooklyn, New York 

Pres., Chem Club; Big Sister. 

LEVINSON, RUTH 

440 Daly Avenue 

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 

Staff, Observer; Big Sister; Sr. Judge, 

Student Court. 




JUDITH WEISS LEICHTBERG 

n'TiiT npm 

Biology A.B. Mathematics 



RHONA GEAN LESKOWITZ 
A.B. 




Chemistry 



DOINA LEVI 

nam 



RUTH LEVINSON 



A.B. Biology 



A.B. 




RHONA MYRA LEWITTES 

m'sa nn-inx 
Psychology A.B. 



ELLEN RUTH LIPSCHITZ 
Jiology A.B. 



SUSAN PAIKIN 
LOITERMAN 

miss 
Education A.B. 




LILA B. MAGNUS 
English A.B.,B.H.L English 



ROCHELLE MAJER 



GALE CHERNOFF MARK REGINA KOHANE 

i, B ,j MARKOWITZ 

A.B. Mathematics A.B. npan miff 

Chemistry A.B. 




PHYLLIS MAZA 



French 



A.B., B.R.E. 



LEWITTES, RHONA MYRA 
Rechov Harav Berlin 18 
Jerusalem, Israel 




LIPSCHITZ, ELLEN RUTH 

428 East 36th Street 

Paterson, N.J. 

Staff, Observer; Dramatic Society. 

LOITERMAN, SUSAN PAIKIN 

62-38 99 Street 

Rego Park, N.Y. 

Big Sister; Chm., Soph Chagiga 

Weekend Comm.; Open House Aide 

MAGNUS, LILA B. 
220-61 73rd Avenue 
Bayside, N.Y. 
Assoc. Editor, Observer; Capt., Intra- 
mural College Bowl Team. 

MAJER, ROCHELLE 

327 No. Alta Vista Blvd. 

Los Angeles, California 

Dean's List; Editor, Ashes and Sparks; 

Traumatic Society. 

MARK, GALE CHERNOFF 
29 DeMott Avenue 
Bergenfield, N.J. 

Co-Chm., Jr. Sale; Big Sister; Trau- 
matic Society; Committees. 

MARKOWITZ, REGINA KOHANE 

515 W. 183rd Street Apt. 3E 

New York, N.Y. 

Dean's List; Pres., Chem Club; Floor 

Chairman; Committees. 

MAZA, PHYLLIS 
18 Clark Street 
South River, N.J. 

Dean's List; Woodrow Wilson Nomi- 
nee; Pres., Debating Soc, Lead — 
"Crucible", "Man Who Came To Din- 
ner"; Ashes and Sparks; YU-Stern 
French Journal; French Club; Model, 
Fashion Show; Committees. 

MEISELMAN, JUDITH 

11 Stearns Road 

Brookline, Mass. 

Big Sister; Co-Chm., Soph Shabbos. 

MEREN, ROBERTA 

208 Delray Avenue 

Syracuse, New York 

Art Editor, Kochaviah; Floor Chm.; 

Chagiga Chairman. 




JUDITH MEISELMAN 



English 



A.B. 




Biology 



ROBERTA MEREN 
npan 



A.B. 




HANNAH MINCER 

run 



Psychology 




JUDITH NAOMI 
NOVICK 

nam "ms 
Education A.B. 



EVA SCHWARTZ OCHS 

mo nana 
Sociology A.B. 



ARLYNN KATZ MIRVIS 

mv n^K 



A.B. Education 



SHARON ROCHELLE 
MOED 
A.B. nmir 

Psychology A.I 









HPir^Mjiiii^* ^^^ 








^Hl| ^gsw»— -"»■ 



NAOMI JUDITH OLKON 
History— Poli Sci A.B. 




VIVIAN L. OSDOBY 

mb n i n 
History 



A.B. 



MINCER, HANNAH 

MillvilleRoadBox27 

Mays Landing, N.J. 

Dean's List; Basketball Team; Floor 

Chairman. 

MIRVIS, ARLYNN KATZ 

2564 Pearsall Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 

Dean's List; Big Sister; Decor. Chm., 

Soph Shabbos, Class Skit. 

MOED, SHARON ROCHELLE 
1230 East 9th St. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

NOVICK, JUDITH NAOMI 

3501 West Glenlake 

Chicago, Illinois 

Chm, Lecture Series; Assistant Floor 

Chm.; Chagiga Committees. 

OCHS, EVA SCHWARTZ 
1030 Ocean Ave. Apt. 4B 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

OLKON, NAOMI JUDITH 

2213 Reedie Drive 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Big Sister; Co-Chm, Soph Shabbos. 

OSDOBY, VIVIAN L. 
Maple Ave. 
Woodridge, N.Y. 

V.P., Dorm Council; Chm., Dorm Cha- 
giga; Floor Chairman. 

OSOKOW, SUSAN "OSCAR" 
1113 E. Mt. Pleasant Ave. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bus. Mngr., Kochaviah; Treas., Soph 
Class; Chm., Sr. Jewelry; Basketball 
Team; Traumatic Soc. Big Sister; News 
and Shmooze; Open House Aide; 
Committees. 

OSTREICHER, AGI 
4133 Hollyridge Circle 
Peoria, Illinois 
Big Sister; Committees. 

PAUL, SUZANNE RUTH 

20 Winchester St. 

Brookline, Mass. 

Typing Editor, Kochaviah; Typing 

Staff, Observer; Chm, Jr. Class Sale; 

Big Sister; Traumatic Soc; Open 

House Aide; Committees. 




SUSAN "OSCAR" 
OSOKOW 

Mathematics 



A.B. 





AGI OSTREICHER 
Education A.B. 



SUZANNE RUTH PAUL 



Mathematics 



A.B. 




MARCIA ROBERTA PERIN 
Education A.B. 



RUTH RADZINSKI 

npai 

Sociology A.B.,B.H.L 




MARLENE ADRENE RAVITZ 
Mathematics A.B. 



English 



SHIRA NAN RENOV 



A.B. 



MARLENE RINGEL 



French 



A.B. 




JUDI RISKIN 



Education 



A.B. 



PERIN, MARCIA ROBERTA 
95 Eaton Street 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

Big Sister; Rep., Alumni Comm.; Re- 
freshment Chm., Bowling Party; Cha- 
giga Committees. 

RADZINSKI,RUTH 

Los Naranjos 276, San Isidro 

Lima, Peru 

Photography Ed., Observer; TAC; Big 

Sister; Chagiga Committees. 



RAVITZ, MARLENE ADRENE 
229 9th Street S.E. 
Washington, D.C. 

Treas., Sr. Class; Sec'y, Dorm Council; 
Big Sister; Chairman, Stern Com- 
munity Weekends. 

RENOV, SHIRA 
2546 Wynston Road 
Columbus, Georgia . 

RINGEL, MARLENE 
67-46 Harrow Street 
Forest Hills, New York 

RISKINJUDI 
58-11 184 Street 
Flushing, New York 

ROBERTS, ELLEN 
40 Linwood Avenue 
Paramus, New Jersey 

ROSENBERG, RENA BELLE 

340 Oxford Drive 

Savannah, Ga. 

"The Crucible", Dramatic Society. 

ROSENBLOOM, LEAH MARION 

357 Remsen Avenue 

Brooklyn, New York 

Dean's List, Hebrew Ed., Kochaviah; 

Big Sister; Dvar Torah, Class Shabbos; 

Chagiga Committees. 

ROSENBLUM, ROSLYN FAIGIE 
5837 No. St. Louis Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Photography Editor, Kochaviah; 
matic Society. 




ELLEN ROBERTS 
Psychology A.B. 



RENA BELLE ROSENBERG 

n^n run 
Psychology A.B. 




LEAH MARION 

ROSENBLOOM 

ana rw 1 ? 

Education A.B., B.R.E. 



ROSLYN FAIGIE 
ROSENBLUM 



Education 



5JJ"S 



A.B. 




RENA ROSENFELD 
History A.B. 



ANN RAE ROSENTHAL 



Education 



BELLA ROTHKOPF 



A.B. Education 



A.B. 




MARSHA RUBENSTEIN PHYLLIS RUTHEN 

Education A.B. Mathematics 



A.B. 



HELEN V. SALTMAN 
English A.B. 



SALLY SCHACHTER 
Pre-Med A.B. 




GLORIA WENDY 
SCHLUSSEL 



Education 



A.B. 



ROSENFELD, RENA 
2940 Ocean Parkway 
Brooklyn, New York 
Big Sister; History Club. 

ROSENTHAL, ANN RAE 

207 Egmont Avenue 

Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 

Chm., Sr. Class Sale; Big Sister; Cha- 

giga Committees. 

ROTHKOPF, BELLA 
R.D.#4 Box354B 
New Brunswick, N.J. 
Staff, Observer Supplement; Big Sis- 
ter; Committees. 



RUBENSTEIN, MARSHA 
20 Circle Drive 
Syosset, N.Y. 

RUTHEN, PHYLLIS 
413 Grand Street 
New York, New York 

SALTMAN, HELEN V. 
6 Pinehurst Road 
Holyoke, Mass. 

Dean's List; V.P., Jr. Class; Co-Editor, 
Scholarly Review; Chm., Senior Shab- 
bos; Big Sister; French Club, Trau- 
matic Society 

SCHACHTER, SALLY 

1485 So. Main Road 

Vineland, New Jersey 

Floor Chm.; Typing Staff, Observer 

and Kochaviah; Co-Chm., Jr. Cha- 

giga; Big Sister; Chemistry Club; Art 

Club. 

SCHLUSSEL, GLORIA WENDY 
3039 Sedgwick Avenue 
Bronx, New York 

SCHMERTZLER, MALKA SAX 
3906 Jane Lane 
Oceanside, New York 
Pres., Freshman Class; Rep., Student- 
Faculty Committee. 

SCHOTTENSTEIN, REBEKAH B. 
39 No. Cassingham Road 
Columbus, Ohio 

Dean's List; Art Editor, Observer; 
Publicity Chm., Student Council; Pub- 
licity Chm., TAC. 




Sociology 



MALKA SAX 
SCHMERTZLER 

roba 



A.B. 




REBEKAH SCHOTTENSTEIN 

nai?n npm 



English 



A.B. 




DEBBIE F. SCHREIBMAN 

Jtt«fl FlTm 

History— Poli Sci A.B. 



SUZANNE SCHWALM EDITH SCHWARTZ 

Jiology A.B. Sociology A. 





NOEMY SCHWARZ JOSIE SEBROW LEAH SEGAL 

■>»yi yso*r nx 1 ? 

Education A.B. History— Poli Sci A.B.,B.R.E. History— Poli Sci A.B. 




NAOMI SHUBOWITZ 

nanj 



Education 



A.B. 



SCHREIBMAN, DEBBIE F. 

7548 Dajoby Lane 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Ed., Observer Supp; Publicity Chm., 

Choice 68; Co-Chm., Sr. Cultural 

Evening; Scholarly Review. 

SCHWALM, SUZANNE 

285 Van Nostrand Ave. 

Englewood, New Jersey 

Co-Chm., Beit Olot; Big Sister; Chm., 

Scenery Comm., Drama Soc. 



SCHWARTZ, EDITH 
345 Merritt St. 
Bridgeport, Conn. 
Treas., Dorm Council 
Class Chagiga. 



Co-Chm., Jr. 



SCHWARZ, NOEMY 

2207 1/2 East Terrace St. 

Seattle, Washington 

TAC; Big Sister; Co-Chm., Red Cross 

Service Organization. 

SEBROWJOSIEABBY 
2306 Throop Avenue 
Bronx, New York 

Co-Chm., Tzedaka Drives; Co-Chm., 
Soph Weekend; Chm., Chanuka Sing; 
Parshat Hashuvua; Rep., Student- 
Faculty Committee. 

SEGAL, LEAH 

61 Parkview Terrace 

Newark, New Jersey 

Dean's List; Pres., Sr. Class; Big Sister; 

Chm., Choice 68; Speaker, Martin 

Luther King, Jr. Memorial; Speaker's 

Bur., Scholarly Review. 

SHUBOWITZ, NAOMI 

937 Em mett Street 

Schnectady, N.Y. 

Staff, Observer; Floor Chairman. 

SIMON, SUSANA 
94-31 60th Ave. 
Rego Park, New York 
Big Sister. 

SINGER, VIVIAN 

115 Amherst Street 

Manhattan Beach, N.Y. 

Dean's List; Bus. Mngr., Observer; 

Chm., Frosh Chagiga; Big Sister. 

SINGLER, ANNETTE 
379 East 29th Street 
Paterson, New Jersey 




SUSANA SIMON 
French A.B. 





VIVIAN SUSAN SINGER 
mw rrn 



Sociology 



A.B. 



ANNETTE SINGLER 

nan 

Education A.B. 




REGINA SOCH 
Sociology 



SANDRA SOLOMON 
A.B. Biology A.B. 




MARTHA N. SOLONCHE ELKA SORSCHER DEBORAH SPIVAK 

ns 1 ?*: np"?s mm 

Sociology A.B. History A.B., B.R.E. English A.B. 




KAREN RUTH STAIMAN 

bvi mn 
Psychology A.B. 



SOCH, REGINA 

53 Forest Avenue 

Albany, New York 

Chm., Jr. Theatre Party, Sr. Sale; Big 

Sister; Yavneh; Art Club. 

SOLOMON, SANDRA 
151 West 27th Street 
Bayonne, New Jersey 
Dean's List; Woodrow Wilson Nomi- 
nee; Assoc. Ed., Kochaviah; Big Sis- 
ter; Sci. Ed., Observer. 

SOLONCHE, MARTHA N. 

400PlainviewRd. 

Hicksville, N.Y. 

Editor-in-Chief, Kochaviah '69; Pres., 

Jr. Class; Big Sister; Basketball Team; 

Traumatic Soc; Open House Aide; 

Floor Chairman. 



SORSCHER, ELKA 

1415 Avenue H. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Dean's List; TAC; Ed., Parshat Hash- 

avua; Pres., Yavneh; Observer. 

SPIVAK, DEBORAH 
886WildwoodRd., N.E. 
Atlanta, Georgia 
Staff, Observer. 

STAIMAN, KAREN RUTH 

87 Riverside Drive 

Binghamton, New York 

Co-Chm., Frosh Shabbos; Drama 

Society; Debating Society. 

STEINBERG, DEBBIE ELLEN 
454 West Park Avenue 
Long Beach, N. Y. 

Chm., Jr. Class Shabbos; Co-Chm., 
Class Theatre Party; Big Sister; Basket- 
ball Team; Class Play; Ass't Ed., News 
and Schmooze. 

STERNBERG, MIRIAM E. 

141-52 Pershing Crescent 

Jamaica, New York 

Co-Chm., Sr. Class Publicity Comm. 

STRICK, ELLEN M. 

East Haddam Rd. 

Moodus, Conn. 

Big Sister; Traumatic Soc; Floor Chm. 

STRULOWITZ, YOCHEVED EDELSTEIN 
1370 58th Street 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 




DEBBIE ELLEN STEINBERG MIRIAM E. STERNBERG 

mim ana 

A.B. Sociology A.B. 



Education 




ELLEN M. STRICK 

mn 

Education A.B. 



YOCHEVED EDELSTEIN 
STRULOWITZ 

English A.B. 




MERYL JILL SWINKIN 
Education 



ELAINE STAMPFER 
SYLVETSKY 
A.B. mix 

Education A.B. 



REBECCA SUE TAUSIG 
Education A.B. 




BARBARA CHARLENE HEDDY TREUHAFT JUDITH ANN VOLPIN JOYCE WOLF 

TAYLOR man mVP WAHRHAFTIG 

Win Mathematics A.B. Sociology A.B. nsoi 1 

Psychology A.B. Sociology A.B. 




RENA SARA WALDMAN 
niw nan 



English 



A.B. 



SWINKIN, MERYL JILL 

40 Dew hirst Street 

Bridgeport, Conn. 

Pres., Dorm Council; Big Sister; 

Chairman, Junior Shabbos. 

SYLVETSKY, ELAINE STAMPFER 
480 W. 187th Street 
New York, N.Y. 
Chagiga Committees. 

TAUSIG, REBECCA SUE 
40 Shell Street 
Milford, Conn. 

File Ed., Observer; Chm., Bulletin 
Board Conn.; Co-Chm., Jr. Class Sale; 
Big Sister; Basketball Team; Trau- 
matic Soc; Committees. 



TAYLOR, BARBARA CHARLENE 

509 Main Street 

Phoenixville, Pa. 

Vice Pres., Dorm Council; Big Sister. 

TREUHAFT, HEDDY 
3825 Berkeley Rd. 
Cleveland Hts., Ohio 
Co-Chm., Tzedaka Comm.; Big Sis- 
ter; Chagiga Committees. 

VOLPIN, JUDITH ANN 

201 Varn Drive 

Savannah, Ga. 

Floor Chairman; Scribe, Student Court. 




WAHRHAFTIG, JOYCE WOLF 
415 Ocean Parkway 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

WALDMAN, RENA SARA 
1334 Sheridan St. N.W. 
Washington, D.C. 
Co-Chm., Sr. Shabbos; Big Sister. 

WEINBERG, FLORENCE ENGEL 
1214 Elm Avenue 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Chagiga Committees. 

WEINSTOCK, MOLLY 

2636 No. 51st Street 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Typing Staff, Kochaviah; Big Sister; 

Committees. 



FLORENCE ENGEL 
WEINBERG 

Chemistry 



A.B. 




MOLLY WEINSTOCK 



Education 



A.B. 




RUTH DOLLY WEITZ 

?rn mm 

Psychology A.B. 



JUDI WIDER 
ntn run 
English A. 




LILLY DEBORAH WiNAVER 

mviw 

French 



MARION KNOPF RENEE ROSEN 

WORENKLEIN ZAITSCHEK 

A.B. naba naiba 

Biology A.B. English A. 




ANNETTE SARA ZIMMER 
run 



Education 



A.B. 




WEITZ, RUTH DOLLY 

330 West 58th St. 

New York, N.Y. 

Art Club; Chagiga Committees. 

WIDER, JUDI 
6909 Northaven Rd. 
Dallas, Texas 

Big Sister; Dramatic Society; Ob- 
server; Basketball Team; Committees. 

WINAVER, LILLY DEBORAH 
Leonidas Yerovi 156 
San Isidro 
Lima, Peru 

WORENKLEIN, MARION KNOPF 
185 Claremont Avenue 
New York, New York 



ZAITSCHEK, RENEE ROSEN 

956 Pleasant Ridge Avenue 

Columbus, Ohio 

Sec'y, Dorm Council; Big Sister; TAC; 

Co-op; Chagiga Committees. 

ZIMMER, ANNETTE SARA 
23-20 Baird Blvd. 
Camden, N.J. 

Beit Olot; Staff, Kochaviah; Commit- 
tees. 

Not Pictured: 

SAMUELS, MARILYN EICHENBAUM 

1060 East 84th Street 

Brooklyn, New York 

Psychology, A.B. 




senilis 



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Student Council 




(L. to R.) Beverly Koval, Pres., Toni Feltscher, Rec. Sec, Karen Mirsky, Cor. Sec, 
Marilyn Schaeffer, Treas., Alice Lautman, Vice-Pres. 



Student 



Court 





DORM COUNCIL 



(BOTTOM) Gloria Epstein (MIDDLE L. to R.) Yvette Rosenberg, 
Shonnie Coldwasser, Tracey Weinerman (TOP) Ruth Levinson. 



(FRONT, L. to R.) Edith 
Schwartz, Treas., Nancy 
Fink, Sec. (BACK) Mer- 
rill Silverstein, Vice-Pres., 
Meryl Swinkin, Pres. 




I FRESHMAN 

CLASS OFFICERS 



(L. to R.) Marlene Ravitz, Treas., 
Leah Segal, Pres., Sandra Cher- 
notsky, Vice-Pres., Gloria Epstein, 
Sec. 




SOPHOMORE CLASS 
OFFICERS 



(L. to R.) Margie Strick, Vice-Pres., Paula Gold- 
stein, Pres., Debbie Fruchter, Sec, Debbie Klaff, 
Treas. 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



(BOTTOM, L. to R.) Linda Ulevitch, Treas., Netty Wachtenheim, Sec. 
(TOP) Leah Becker, Pres., Raananah Swirsky, Vice-Pres. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

(L. To R.) Cyndi Reiss, Pres., Meta Goldmier, Sec, Linda Weiss, Vice-Pres. 
(Not pictured, Sandy Wender, Treas.). 



The obseRveR 




(L. to R.) Rita Lefkovitz, Ruth Radzinski, Debbie Schreib- 
man, Ginny Haberkorn, Sandie Solomon, Marlene Glass- 
man, Fayge Butler, Editor-in-Chief, Jean Polachek Judith 



Feigenbaum, Vivian Singer, Reggie Mayers. (Not pictured, 
Lila Magnus, Assoc. Ed., Meryle Cherrick). 



The Observer 

The Editorial Board of The Observer 

instituted a number of impressive 

innovations during the course of its 

jurisdiction which improved both the 

esthetic appearance and literary worth 

of the paper. 

In addition to the appearance of a 

regular Editor's commentary (Fayge's 

Forum) and incisive Board soundings, 

The Observer introduced new columns 

designed to broaden its scope. One 

allows full coverage of science 

department news, another offers a 

forum for faculty opinion. 

Perhaps its most important function 

during 1968-1969 was its effort to keep 

students well informed during several 

confusing student-administrative crises. 

It is of this contribution that all the 

members of the Board are especially 

proud. 



rbe obseRveR 



First Class Rating Printed by Cocce Press 

Published Every Two Weeks — Subscription $2.00 per year. 

Fayge Butler 

Lila Magr 

Marlene Glassm 

ludy Feigenbaum 

Meryle Cherrick 

Vivian Singer 

Janet Hellman, Sue Hilsenrad 

Barbara Baras 

Alicia Wald 

Jean Polachek 

Sandy Fine, Mimi Curian 

Ruth Radzinski 

Regina Mayers 

Sandie Solomon 

Hadassah Ramras 

Ellen Kurzer 

Ginny Haberkorn, Malkie Krumbein, Edie Lazarus, 



Senior Editor 
Managing Editor 
Scheduling Editor 
Business Manager 
News Editors 
Feature Editor 
Copy Editor . 
Typing Editor 
Headline Editors 
Photography Edito 
Art Editor 
Science Editor 
Publicity Chairman 
File Editor 
Supplement' Editor 



Rita Lefkovitz, Debbie Schreibman, Zahava Spitz, Nechie Wernick. 
Assistant Feature: Elaine Einhorn; Assistant Copy: Mickey Dreifus; Assistant Managing: Goldit 
Lacher, Staff: Carmel Friedman, Sally Rottenstreich, Leah Becker, Linda Billauer, Sher Greenbl" 
Copy Staff: Rose Greenwald, Judy Rosenkranz, Esther Kastrovitzky, Leah Schwartz, Etta Keitelr 
Michelle Feigenbaum, Judy Raskas, Shelly Schreiber, Linda Ginns, Ethel Weintraub, Judy Gre<r.. 
Id, Gladys Groner. News Staff: Linda Stern, Judy Geller, Malkie Chaitvisky, Carol Duchane 
Debbie Poupko, Debbi Fruchter. 





EDITORIAL BOARD 

MARTHA N. SOLONCHE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

Rhona Leskowitz Associate Editor 

Sandra Solomon Associate Editor 

Susan Osokow Business Manager 

Judy Goldsmith Copy Editor 

Suzanne Paul Typing Editor 

Jeanne Litvin Goldman Photography Editor 

Faigie Rosenblum Photography Editor 

Marlene Glassman Literary Editor 

Roberta Meren Art Editor 

Leah Rosenbloom Hebrew Editor 






BASKETBALL TEAM 



(MIDDLE ROW, 3 L.) Phyllis Curchack, Captain 



FRENCH CLUB 

(KNEELING L. to R.) Brenda Bornstein, Pres., 
Phyllis Maza (STANDING) Shifra Stoll- 
man, Judy Goldsmith, Helen Saltman, 
Shelly Majer 



(L. to R.) Sharon Freedman, Deb 
bie Fruchter, Barbara Shainbaum 
Hendi Letzter 




DANCE CLUB 



(L. to R.) Bobbi Greenberg, 
ART CLUB Reggie Mayers, Simmie Et- 
kin, Lois Mandel 





TRAUMATIC SOCIETY 



(L. to R.) Helen Saltman, Ahuva 
Greismann, Ellen Strick, Leah Segal, 
Faigie Rosenblum, Debbie Schreib- 
man, Shelly Majer, Brenda Bornstein, 
Sutty Burnstein, Mardi Solonche. 




SPEECH ARTS FORUM 




(L. to R.) Cyndi Reiss, Director, S.A.F, 
Susie Rosenfeld, Chmn. Debate So- 
ciety, Brauna Eisenberg, Chmn. 
Drama Society. 



SCHOLARLY REVIEW 

BOTTOM L to R, Brenda Born- TRAUMATIC SOCIETY, ACT II 
stein, Debbie Schreibman (TOP) 

Shifra Stollman, Assoc Ed., Helen (|. to r.) Oscar Osokow, Sandy Chernotsky, Rhona Lesko- 

Saltman, Editor-in-Chief. witZ/ Suzanne Paul, Lila Magnus 





ASHES AND SPARKS 



(L. to R.) Mickey Dreifus, Brenda Bornstein, Shelly 
Majer, Editor-in-Chief. 



DRAMA SOCIETY 



(L. to R.) Cyndi Reiss, Barbara Cer, 
Bonnie Steiner, Susie Rosenfeld, 
Brauna Eisenberg. 



Aviva Schlossberg, Mindy Kurland, Directors 



CHOIR 





CIVIC SERVICE CLUB 



Noemy Schwarz, Freya Dardick, Co-Chairman. 





PARSHAT HASHAVUA 



(BOTTOM) Tobie Brandriss, Judy Goldsmith, Sutty Burnstein, Shifra Stollman, 
(TOP) Brenda Bornstein,Chmn., Roberta Goldberg, Shifra Feder, Phyllis Maza. 



YAVNEH 

(TOP TO BOTTOM) Malkie Krumbein, Malkah Strick, Tova Fishman, Pres. 





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Synthesis 
by Phyllis Maza 

Dazzling streams of sunlight 
Bursts of golden heat, 
Shattered by the onset 
Of gushing floods. A sheet 

Of clouded, somber tempest 
Darkens sunlit skies. 
One moment glistening brightness, 
The next — pitch blackness. Cries 

Of restless, aching, burning souls 
Pervade the strife-torn air. 
Knowledge the sole solace 
Of Existential Man, aware 

Of life's absurd non-essence 
Imposing harsh constraints 
On would-be liberated man 
Who can but act. Complaints 

Are colored yet with gladness 
And joy that will persist 
To make one doubt the certainty 
Of nothingness. Exist 

And love your frail existence! 
Commands an unknown voice 
And man obeys. Nostalgically 
He hopes for All. The choice 

Of being born is not his. 
But-how live after birth? 
That alone is man's concern 
His task: To prove his worth! 

Fraught with fear and trembling 
With boundless laughter rife 
Mingled tones of love and hate 
Fill that called Human Life. 



The Deception 

by Helen Saltman 

I thought softness was a deception 

Until I drew near and touched it. 

My cheek against the smooth, satiny 

Softness of pussywillow fur, 

My hand reaching out 

To downy white ducklings drifting on a summer pond, 

Freshly tilled soil moistened with dew drops. 

Caterpillars on white birches, 

My lover's hair as he caresses me 

Convinced me that softness is real. 

But then the softness of pussywillow fur 

And the downy feathers of ducklings 

Floated down that summer stream — 

Leaving sorrowful pussies naked of their softness 

And ducks with new, rough winter wear 

To cut my outstretched hand, 

To cause me pain where softness was before. 

The parched soil, 

The slithering worms returning to their shriveled homes, 

My lover's rough hand 

On my cheek in anger 

Convinced me that life is only a soft deception — 

And I drew back my hand. 



Poor Mom 
by Rochelle Majer 

"Don't bother me now! I'm busy. And I've told you a million times not to slam the door!" 

"Sure, Mom. I'm sorry." Joey hurried down the steps and ran to the backyard, at the 
same time stuffing some chocolate chip cookies into the rear pockets of his jeans. 

"Buffie?" 

An answering yelp preceded the arrival of a small, brown-haired dog. Joey stooped down 
and fondly ruffled the animal's already untidy coat of hair. Not content with that, Buffie 
yelped insistently until he was allowed to lick his master's freckled face. 

Joey grinned. 

"Come on. We're going down to the pond today." He started walking, and upon insert- 
ing his thumbs into his rear pockets, he found the cookies. 

"Here, Buffie. Mom baked them today." They both munched noisily for awhile, until 
only little crumbs were left in Joey's pockets, then continued walking. 

"It sure was nice of Mom to do that, what with Dad sick and in the hospital." 

It was four weeks now since his father had been taken to the hospital. He could still hear 
the piercing wails of the sirens, and could still remember the numbness that had seized 
him as he saw his father being put into the ambulance, numbness that had prevented him 
from crying or screaming. He had only stood there, watching. 

"Hey, let's go," he said suddenly, forcing a note of cheerfulness into his unsteady voice. 
He changed his shuffling pace and raced down the street, into the park, until he reached the 
oval pond where he and Buffie spent so much time. Joey sat down, legs crossed underneath 
him, and selected several smooth pebbles which he sent skipping over the water. 

"You know, Buffie, Dad will be home soon, and then Mom will be okay." Back to normal, 
laughing again, her lovely face unmarred by unbecoming lines of worry and tension. He 
visualized his mother as she had been on that night four weeks ago, smiling bravely to en- 
courage his father; turning aside in a spasm of grief, she had bit down fiercely on her fist, so 
that he would not see, would not hear. Once Joey had come into the kitchen unexpectedly 
and had seen her crying quietly. Was it only four weeks? 

Looking up, he saw a little boy, dragging his mother and father to the pond. He placed 
a sailboat on the water and clapped excitedly as he watched its progress, while his parents 
stood watching, their hands clasped casually. 

Joey felt a thickness in his throat and wasn't surprised when he sensed a moistness on 
his cheeks. He slowly wiped his eyes and nose with one sleeve. 

"I'm tired of this pond, Let's go home, Buffie." 



"What is Civilization? 

The Finger that Turns the Dial Rules the Air" 

by Leah Segal 

Civilization encompasses so many varied facets that it is difficult to appraise it as a whole; it 
can only be fractionally comprehended. This quotation touches upon a mere fragment of its 
meaning, yet is itself open to numerous interpretations. 

Foregoing any diagnosis of the epigram, the definitions of a few of the metaphorical terms 
are in order. Not as formulated by Mr. Webster, but as observed by one who has surveyed 
life for a relatively insignificant time. 

A civilization is "a society"; the word "civilized" connotes "restrained." Civilization 
boasts an intellectual development. "The finger" is the people, their minds, and their hands, 
which "turn the dial" evolve the civilization. "Rules the air"— the manner in which the 
aforementioned prevail over the air, the world, and possibly someday the universe. 

Why does one turn a given dial a certain way? Heredity and environment, the usual 
psychological scapegoats, may again be blamed for having the greatest influence in deter- 
mining this act. In situations involving personal decisions, an individual's background prompts 
his course of action. He may follow intrinsic impulse or may rebel against the force of 
his inborn traits and environmental development. The result of this decision determines 
how the air will be ruled (in this case, the air denotes one's own life.). 

This idea may also be applied to nations. A state is induced to action by the power 
heredity and environment have on the country. Heredity in this sense is the history of a 
nation and the environment the current world situation. In our day, the decisions of the 
world powers "rule the air" to such an extent that they may ultimately decide for or 
against the continued existence of mankind. 

The enigmas solved by brilliant minds, and activated by able hands have created new 
industries, boosted the standard of living, and revolutionized the world. However, the 
frequent outcome is the ruination of the air. The guilt is that of the "finger," the people. It 
is they who dictate the choice of television programs, movies, and best-selling novels. Fre- 
quently, the intellectual and moral development of a society has not kept pace with 
scientific progress. The moral fiber has not been woven sufficiently enough, and is prone 
to slacken. Of this we must be wary. 

Rome and Greece were the epitome of civilized living in ancient time. Is it possible that 
their people were able to "rule the air" no longer as a result of their moral decay? 

Yet we see that our people, the Jewish people, live on. For the Torah guided, and will con- 
tinue to guide the hands which turn the dials, and ultimately it is only with this guidance 
that man is enabled to rule the air. 

We must think of every action as sacred; once done, unable to be recalled. We must 
discriminate in choosing the dials we want turned, and even while turning those select 
dials we must be certain our intentions are pure and our training ample to cope with the 
product. It is only when the highest ideals become our goals that our hands will be the 
instruments to further the elevation of mankind. 



Regret 
by Rochelle Mayer 

When at night I lie and 

Listen to the 

Pounding, pulsing 

Throb 

That is my heart, 

A beat that drowns out all 

My thoughts but one 

Insistent, steady 

Pang 

Of sharp regret. 

I want to lose myself 

In sleep that numbs, 

Blots out thoughts of 

That 

Which could have been. 



The Whisper 

by Sandra Solomon 

lank languid lovingly 
falls fondly 

almost frightening 



softly shaping 
my form 



,/hile 



far 

the whisper warns. 



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,in?nai 



One thing an editor should never do is leave 
writing the Editor's message for the last night be- 
fore the final deadline. When it gets to be that time, 
all that you can think about are the last minute 
traumas — negatives that were overexposed, copy 
that was lost in the mail somewhere between Thirty- 
fourth Street and Hannibal, Missouri, and the 
fact that it is Sunday and there are no typewriter 
ribbons to be found. And each day you ask your- 
self how to record all those precious memories 
with a spirit of vibrance and permanence. You 
must decide how to use only forty lines to express 
the thoughts and happenings of four years. 

When we came here four years ago, we were 
seeking an education. Now we leave with not only 
that education, but far more. We found more than 
intellectual stimulation — we found ourselves. By 
claiming our individual identities, we created a 
community identity — we became a class, the class of 
'69, the class which shattered the image of the Stern 
girl, and gave Stern College for Women a new, 
more interesting, more modern, and more dynamic 
personality. 

On other campuses, students have expressed 
their discontent through violence and rebellion — 
tactics which have often led to failure. We have 
succeeded in our struggle for student rights 
through intelligent dialogue. When students at 
other universities leave their alma mater they take 
as much as they can, but we have done more — we 
have given as much as we can, and by doing so 
have discovered the true meaning of the college 
experience. 

It is our college experience, and the experience of 
a few dedicated people, which has made this year- 
book possible. I would like to thank all the editors 
on the staff — Rhona, Sandie, Oscar, Suzanne, Faigie, 
Judy, Jeanne, Marlene and Bobbi (and especially 
those three who doubled as roommates!) — for all 
the time and effort expended. I am very grateful to 
Judy Goldsmith for her last minute rescue efforts, to 
Lila Magnus for her technical advice, to Marlene 
Ringel and to Tova Fishman. Finally, but most of 
all, I thank Shelley Majer for her advice and en- 
couragement, and Helen Saltman for her assistance, 
her dedication, and her talent. 

' Editor-in-Chief 




ad cetera, ad cetera, ad cetera, ad cetera, ad cetera, ad cetera, ad cetera, ad cetera, ad cetera, ad cetera, ad cetera 



Congratulations 

to the Class of 69 

from 



Class of 70 
Cyndi Reiss, Pres. 
Linda Weiss, V. P. 
Meta Goldmeir, Secy 
Sandy Wender, Treas. 



Class of 71 

Paula Goldstein, Pres. 

Margie Strick, V. P. 
Debby Fruchter, Secy 
Debby Klaff, Treas. 



Class of 72 

Leah Becker, Pres. 

Raananah Swirsky, V.P. 

Netty Wachtenheim, Secy 

Linda Ulevitch, Treas. 



MAZEL TOV 

to the Class of '69 

UPON THEIR GRADUATION 

SORRY TO SEE THEM GO!! 

STERN COLLEGE FOR WOMEN 
STUDENT COUNCIL 



Beverly Moskovitz, President 
Alice Lautman, Vice-President 
Karen Mirksy, Corresponding Secretary 
Toni Feltscher, Recording Secretary 
Marilyn Schaeffer, Treasurer 



To our daughter 

Rena 

on her graduation 
Rabbi & Mrs. Herman J. Waldman 


BETH ISRAEL SISTERHOOD 

2175 Eastern Parkway 
Schenectady, New York 

Mrs. Samuel Wolfe 
President 


IN HONOR OF 

JUDY FEIGENBAUM 

FROM THE SCHRE1BER FAMILY 




Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to my granddaughter, 

Meira, 

and her fellow graduates. 
Mrs. Rebecca Katz 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


Manischewitz Kosher Beef Soups 

Taste Better 


MR. & MRS. MAX 
STERN 


It is with great pride that we note this latest achieve- 
ment of our daughter and sister. Congratulations to 

Bev 

and her classmates. 
Mrs. Sally Moskovitz & Sheila 




Bracha V'Hatzlacha to 

Ann 

with all our Best. 

Toby, David, Paula, 

Avi and Shmuel 


Mazel Tov to our sister, 

Faigie 

upon her graduation. 
Laizer and Sandy Herzberg & family 
Berel and Miriam Epstein & family 


Congratulations from friends 
of 

PHYLLIS CURCHACK 

in West Hempstead 


HATZLACHA TO 

D'VORAH AND ARLYNN 

FROM 
YOUR FAMILY IN BALTIMORE 


Dershowitz's 

Goldberg's 

Morgenlender's 

Yaroslaurtz's 



Mazel Tov to 

Judy 

upon her graduation 

Love, 

Families Weiss and Davis 


Congratulations 
to the class of 69 

Mr. and Mrs. David Chernoff 


Compliments of 

J. 1. Lashkow 


To our daughter, 

judi Wider, 

on your graduation and pray that all your 

future endeavors will be successful. 

With our deepest love 

Your Parents 


ML Pleasant Bakery Inc. 

941 Crane St. 


Congratulations & Best Wishes 
to our daughter 

Ahuva 

upon her graduation 
Mom and Dad and Zvi 


Sch'dy, N.Y. 12313 


Congratulations to our niece 

Marlene Ringel 

on her graduation 

Amtman's 

36 W. 47th St. (Rm207) 

New York, N.Y. 10016 



Cong. Bais Yitzchok of Monsey 

184 Maple Avenue 
Monsey, New York 

Takes pride in congratulating their esteem Rabbitizen, 

Mrs. Eva Ochs 

May she be a pride to all her family and her friends, 

as she is to our community. 



Bruce M. Ochs 
Rabbi 



Emanuel Rottenberg 
President 



Meshulim Rottenberg 
Secretary 



With our best wishes to you and your families 




for success in your lives and for bringing 




" Ahavas Torah" wherever you go. 




AMERICAN JEWISH 


To 


MUSEUM OF ART 


Vivian, 


AND CULTURE 


With best wishes 


founded by 


From 


Sam Sobel 


Your loving parents 


Herman Pobliner, Chairman of the Board 


Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph 1. Singer 


Professor Rachel Wischnitzer, Artist's 
Advisory Board 


and brother Alexander 


Dr. Solomon Simonson, Honorary Board 




Member 




Sam Sobel, President 





To My Wife 

EVA OCHS 

With Congratulations and Best Wishes 
Upon Her Graduation 

Love 

Your Husband 
Bruce 



Mazel tov and Best Wishes 

to the Class of 1969 

from the 



Stern College Dormitory Council 



Meryl Swinkin, President 

Merrill Silverstein, Vice-President 

Nancy Fink, Secretary 

Edith Schwartz, Treasurer 

and all the girls in the Dormitory 



Hotel Bedford 



118 E. 40th St. 



New York, N.Y. 



Best Wishes to 

Ruth Weitz 

Marvin and Susan, 
Barton and Joan 



Congratulations 

to the Class of '69 

from 



Cattle Shochtim Union 



Newark, N.J. 



Congratulations 
to our girls 

BEVERLY, HELEN E 
VIVIAN, SHONNIE 

Woman's Branch UOJCA 
Sullivan Ulster County Chapter 
Mrs. Eugene Cohen, President 



CONGRATULATIONS 



JUDY 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

SUSANA 

FROM 

HER HUSBAND JACK 

AND 

THE FRIEDBERG AND JACOBOWITZ 

FAMILIES 



Congratulations 
to our daughter and sister 

Sharon 

and the entire class of 1969 

Dr. and Mrs. William Parker 

Beth, Mayer, Charles 



Best Wishes 




for 




Success and Happiness 




to 
My Granddaughter 


To Our Daughter 


Miriam Sternberg 


Mrs. Eva Ochs, 


Ernest Sternberg 


Sincere Congratulations upon 




Your Graduation and Best Wishes 




For the Future 


Mazel Tov to 


With Love, 


Naomi 


Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schwartz 


on her graduation 




from 




Cantor and Mrs. Elija Olkon 




and Mark 




Mr. Meyer Olkon 




and 




Lenny 





TO 



MISS MARTHA N. SOLONCHE 



WITH THE COMPLIMENTS OF 
ISIDORE LIPSCHUTZ 



Compliments 
of 

Mr. Rubin Zelenko 
Crane-Gallo Artist Supplies, Inc. 

173 Madison Ave. 
New York, N.Y. 


MAZEL-TOV 
to 

RENA ROSENFELD 

from 


Mayflower Oxygen 
& Ambulance Service, Inc. 

2517— 86th Street 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 


Saara Ahoova 

Yael Tova 

and 

Milton and Terri Pollack 


WEIIs 1-5697 Free Delivery 

Larry's Kosher Meats 

The finest in Meats and Poultry 
Under Strict Supervision of 
Long Island Commission of Rabbis 
LARRY BURD 146 MANETTO HILL RD. 

PLAINVIEW, N.Y. 


May the Almighty's blessings of 


IN HONOR OF OUR GRADUATE 

MIRIAM T. GURIAN 

MR. & MRS. ROBERT M. SPILKY & DON 


Good Health, Happiness 
and Complete Success 
in all the endeavors of 

FAY KASDAN 

be combined with the love 

and deep devotion to her 

from her 

Father and Mother 

and 

Brothers 

Menachem and Yitzie 


HESSION and CONNOLLY, Inc. 

fruits — vegetables — grocery — delicatessen 

meat dept. prime meats our specialty 

175 MADISON AVE. at 34th St., N.Y.C. 

MUrray Hill 3-6252-3 

telephone your orders! 


MAZEL TOV to my granddaughter 

Susan Osokow 

on her graduation 
GRANDMOM SAMUELS 







Compliments 




of 


Congratulations 






Levin Brothers Poultry 


and Best Wishes 






St. Louis, Mo. 


to 




RHONA LEWITTES 






Best Wishes 




to our very talented niece 


from 


Andrea Kaplan 


THE DRAZIN FAMILY 


Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Chill 


Montreal, Quebec 






Best wishes to 




Becky Tausig 




for continual success 




Mr. and Mrs. )erry Nadel 



CANAL 6 



2808 
2809 
8850 



Congratulations to 

Eva Ochs 



From the Irving Ochs Family 



WE EXPORT ALL OVER 

THE WORLD 

110-220 VOLTS 



GREATER N. y. TRADING CO. 

DINNERWARE - SILVERWARE - GIFTS 
CRYSTAL - JEWELRY - ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 



Closed Saturdays - Open Sundays 81 CANAL STREET 

"F" Train to East Broadway Between Eldridge & Allen Sts. 

"D" OR "B" TRAIN TO GRAND STREET NEW YORK, N. Y. 10002 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1969 

Mr. and Mrs. Andris 

Cluck 
Mauricio and Dora 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
for Success and Happiness 
to our Daughter and Sister 

MICKEY 

Mom and Dad 
Esther and Jerry 



Best of Luck 
to the Graduating Class of '69 

KOPETO BROTHERS 



MIDCITY PRESS INC. 



Typewriters, Supplies, Lamps 



Special Discount 
for Women at Stern College 



138 East 34th Street 
New York, N.Y. 
MUrray 9-8222 



Mazel Tov to 

SANDIE SOLOMON 

and the Class of 1969 

Love 

MOTHER, DAD, and EJ 



BEST WISHES TO 

HELENE KATZ 



COMPLIMENTS OF: 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry Schienberg 
and family 



Hey-Ru Trout 
Fishing Park 



Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence M. Smith 
and mother 



Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Septimus 
and family 



ROSS LUMBER, INC. 

3UILDINC AND MASON MATERIALS 
MONROE, N.Y. 10950 



KRAF and HAIMANN 
CONSTRUCTION, INC. 



OF 

MOUNTAINDALE, NEW YORK 



Area code 914 

Telephone 647-4200 

N.Y. phone Wisconsin 7-71X7 



The Finest in Resort Hotel 




GARTENBERG & SGHEGHTER'S 
PIONEER COUNTRY CLUB 




GREENFIELD PARK, N.Y. 
(Mountaindale Station) 





To our cool sister 






Rena 


GREENBERG AND 




Marion and Judy Waldman 


GREENBERG 




ESTHER'S KOSHER DAIRY 


MANUFACTURING 




RESTAURANT 






165 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 


FURRIERS 




(near 33rd Street) 






MU 5-7290 






open till 8 p.m. Shomer Shabbos 








Compliments of: 

Zal's Inc. 

Zal and Adelaide Saltman 




Rhona Lewittes — 


Holyoke, Mass. 




Best wishes on your graduation 
Betty, David, Malka, Lori, 






Mr. & Mrs. Nathan L. Curian 




Avi, and Adina 


in honor of the graduation 
of our daughter 

Miriam Toby 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

REBEKAH SCHOTTENSTEIN 

AND MUCH SUCCESS IN THE FUTURE 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

SCHOTTENSTEIN STORES CORP. 

COLUMBUS, OHIO 



Mazel Tov to 

Edith Schwartz 

from 

Mr. & Mrs. Adolph Klein 

and Children 


Best Wishes to our daughter 

Susan "Oscar" Osokow 

on her graduation 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Osokow 


Our Best Wishes to the class of '69 
Mr. & Mrs. 1. Abrams 

The Juvenile Shop 

Syracuse, N.Y. 


CONGRAULATIONS & MAZEL TOV 
TO MY DEAR WIFE 

BEVERLY, 

UPON HER GRADUATION. 
WITH LOVE AND PRIDE 
MURRAY 


IN HONOR OF OUR DAUGHTER'S GRADUATION 
MAY HER YEARS AT STERN INSPIRE HER 


PARK FLORIST 

Joseph Dionisio 
115 East 34th Street 

New York, N.Y. 


IN THE YEARS AHEAD 

Rabbi and Mrs. Mendell Lewittes 

Montreal, Canada 


D'VORAH 

MAZEL TOV 
BENJY 


Best Wishes 
to the Graduates 

Rabbi Morton L. Gordon 
Temple Torah of Little Neck 


CAPITAL DISTRICT CHAPTER 
WOMEN'S BRANCH 

Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations 


Mazel Tov 
to 

Judy Feigenbaum 

from Uncle Moishe and Aunt Sylvia 


of America 

Mrs. Jack L. Roses 
President 


Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

Ellen 

Love, 

Mom and Ken 


Success Always 
to our daughter 

Miriam 

Irma and Joseph Sternberg 







Congratulations & Good Luck 

Suzanne 
Brown's Department Store 

Monroe, New York 



Best Wishes to Ann 
on her graduation 
Compliments of: 

Westchester Nursing Home, Inc. 

Jerome Cohen & David Feig 
Administrators 



Congratulations 

to our beloved daughter, 

ROBERTA, 

upon the occasion of her graduation. 
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Baum 



Congratulations 



to 



GLORIA SCHLUSSEL 



from 
Her favorite uncle 



7b L L L. 

From L. L. 

Boruch Hashem!!! 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

SANDRA BURNSTEIN 

and the entire graduating class 
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Silbert 



In Honor of the Graduation 
of our daughter 

SHIRA 

Rabbi and Mrs. J. Renov 



Mazel Tov to 

AG I OSTREICHER 

and her classmates 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Yussie 



ELdorado 5-4670 



Columbia Silversmiths 
and Lighting 

Repairing 
Polishing and Lamp Work 



Murray Rosen 
President 



499 Third Avenue 

(Bet. 33rd & 34th St.) 

142 East 34th Street 

(Bet. 3rd & Lexington 

Avenue) 

New York, N.Y. 10016 



Hand Launderers 

French Dry Cleaners 

518 Third Ave., N.Y., N.Y. 

(Bet. 34th & 35th Sts.) 

MUrray Hill 5-4848-9 



Mazel Tov & Best Wishes to 

SHARON ROCHELLE MOED 

upon her graduation 
Mr. & Mrs. Phil Forstadt 



To RHONA LEWITTES 


PALMER ASPHALT COMPANY 


— our darling niece 
with best wishes of mazel tov, 


196 West 5th Street 


Bracha V'Hatzlacha 




Uncle Nathan and Aunt Celia 


Bayonne, N.J. 




BEST WISHES TO 




SHIFRA 




AND ALL THE GRADUATES 




Mr. and Mrs. Manny Feder and family 




DENVER, COLO. 


To my wife 


In honor of the graduation 




of our granddaughter 


Judith, 


Shir a 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Renov 


May you sail the sea 






of happiness 




And arrive at the harbour 




of success 




Mel 






To our daughter and sister 




Leah'le 




Best Wishes and Congratulations 


Congratulations and Best Wishes to 


Love 


Sandra Burnstein 


Ima, Abba, & Michie 


and her classmates 




Mr. Joseph Litman 




Mazel-Tov 




to our dear daughter and sister 




ROCHELLE 




and the wonderful class of '69 




Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Majer 


Renie, Schwar, and Phyl-Dil 


and Sol 


The four years would have been nothing 




without you. Congratulations. May your futures 




bring you eternal happiness. 




Freya 



"Congratulations to you 




Yocheved 


Harry Shell 


on your graduation." 


DIAMOND 


from 


Lighting Fixture Corp. 


Your Husband Moishe 


307 Richardson Street 


and Your Son Dov 


Brooklyn 22, N.Y. 


and 


EVergreen 8-0031-2 


Mr. & Mrs. Herman Strulowitz 




Mr. & Mrs. Shmuel Edelstein 






Mazel Tov to our daughter 




LUCY 




and her fellow graduates of the class '69 




upon their graduation. 


Mazel Tov 


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Langenthal 




to 


Mr. and Mrs. Martin K. Levinson 




Ottawa, Ontario 


DEBBIE GEISLER 

from 


Canada 






Mazel Tov to 


Geisler Family 


MARCIA 




and her classmates 


Perlman Family 


upon their graduation 
Mom, Dad, Evan, and Sharron 


Jacobson Familv 






AGOSTINO BOOK SHOPPE 




HOTEL LOBBY MU 9-6200 




10 Park Ave., New York, N.Y. 




open 7 days weekly 9:30 a.m.— 11 p.m. 



BEST WISHES AND WELCOME TO THE CLASS OF '69 

STERN COLLEGE ALUMNAE 
ASSOCIATION 



Phyllis Drillick, President 

Gilda Hochbaum, 1st Vice President 

Shulamith Goldsmith, 2nd Vice President 

Syma Goldenberg, Corresponding Secretary 

Dvora Singer, Recording Secretary 

Esther Wolf, Treasurer 

Ellen Offenbacher, Honorary President 



Best Wishes 




for successful future endeavors 




Mr. & Mrs. Ben Osdoby 






Mazel and Bracha 


Bloch Publishing Company 


to our daughter 


31 West 31 Street 


TOBIE 


New York, N.Y. 






and her classmates 


Mazel Tov and the Best of Luck 


from 


to 

SHARON MOED 


Rabbi and Mrs. J. Brandriss 


E. Stern 


and family 


Congratulations and Best Wishes 




to our daughter 




SANDRA 




and her classmates 




Rabbi & Mrs. Simon Burnstein 





Rochell, Debby, and Naphtali 



Dear Randy, 




Mazel Tov on your graduation 




and always. 




Love, 


BEST WISHES TO 


Naphtali Mom and Dad Goodman 


DEBBIE 


Mom and Dad Blinder Grandma 


ON HER GRADUATION 


Anne, Irv, Michael Grandpa 




and Paul 




Pamela and Vicki 


MR. & MRS. DAN ABRAHAM 


Uncle George 




Aunt Selma, Carla, 




Uncle Jake 




Unc and Aunt Blemee 




A HEARTY MAZEL TOV 




TO MY TWO GENEROUS AND 


Mazel Tov to 


DISTINGUISHED MASTERS 


MALKA 


MUCH SUCCESS THROUGHOUT 


upon her graduation 


THEIR LIVES. 


Mr. & Mrs. A. Berkowitz 


FROM A VERY GRATEFUL SERVANT, 


and Shoshana 


PANCRACIA HUAMAN 





A Heartiest Mazel Tov 

To my loving wife, our dearest 

daughter, and fondest sister. 

Aviva Lazarus 

Henry Rabbi and Mrs. 

Avrum Sholom B. Kowalsky 

Sharon Eluzer 

Yosef 

May Torah be your guide 
Your whole life through 



Mazel tov and best wishes 

for future success 
to our wife and daughter 

JUDY 

with love from: 

David 

Mr. and Mrs. Schapira 

Mr. and Mrs. Carmel 



Beverly, 



upon your latest achievement 

our warmest, sincere congratulations 

to you and to your class. 

David and Tobi Fink 



A MESSAGE TO FRIENDS 




IT HAS BEEN A 

REAL PRIVILEGE 

TO WORK WITH 

YOUR FINE CLASS. 

YOU HAVE CHOSEN 

A MAGNIFICENT 

CLASS RING. WEAR 

IT PROUDLY AND 

TREASURE ITS 

MEMORIES AND 

MESSAGE 

OF ACHIEVEMENT 

GOOD LUCK! 



Mr. Robert Callow 
55 Northern Blvd. 
Greenvale, New York 

11548 




ATTLEBORO/ MASSACHUSETTS 



Mazel Tov 



to our daughter 



Re gin a 



Mr. and Mrs. Soch 



Congratulations, 

Helen 

We're very proud of you. 

Mom, Dad, and Grandma 

Kopi and Millicent 



Best Wishes from 

Temple El 

Syracuse, New York 
Morris B. Swartz j aco b H. Epstein 

President Rabbi 



Mazel Tov 

Dear Mimi 

on your graduation 

Mom, Dad, 

and the Gang 



Mazel Tov upon the graduation 
of our daughter 

Gloria Sue 

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Epstein 

Gilbert Michael 

Stewart Alan 



May our Karen 

and all of this class 

go from strength to strength. 

Sholom and Naomi 
Staiman 

Binghamton, N.Y. 



The Curchacks 

are very proud 

of our 

Phyllis 



Skyhook Associates, Inc. 

Wholesalers of Jewish Religious 

Supplies 

382 Chacellor Avenue 

Newark, N.J. 



To my hard-working graduate 

Elaine 

From your loving husband, 
Tuvia 



With Love and Pride 


we wish a hearty Mazel Tov to 


Martha N. Solonche, 


Editor-in-Chief of Kochaviah '69 


Rabbi and Mrs. Leon L. Solonche YC '37 


Sara Beth Solonche 


Mr. and Mrs. David Joshua Solonche YC '66 


Congratulations to our granddaughter 




ShoshanaGarfinkel Jacobson 


In honor of their niece 


Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobs 






Miriam Gurian's 




graduation. 


With compliments and wishes from 




George Ullman 


Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Levine 


(Diamonds— Natural and Colored) 




2 West 46th St. 




New York, N.Y. 






Mazel Tov on Your Graduation 


Congratulations to 


Harold and Esther Sylvetsky 


Sally 


Dov, Rochel, Akiva Shimon, 
Teddy, Reva, &Chaim 


and her classmates 
upon their graduations 






Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schachter 


We wish the class of '69 
years filled with health, 


Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schachter 


happiness, and peace. 




From the 




Tausig Family 





Best of Luck 
to the Graduating Class 

Mrs. Anna Osdoby 


BEST WISHES 
TO THE CLASS OF 1969 


In honor of the graduation 
of our niece 

Rita Lefkovitz 

Mr. and Mrs. Nat C. Lefko 
and her son 


Mr. and Mrs. Jacob 
Worenklein 


Congratulations to our niece 

Marlene Ringel 

on her graduation 

from: CHATEAU 

Jewelry Corporation 

The finest in jewelry 

and distinctive gifts 

Dave & Mina Savit 71-35 Austin St. 

Forest Hills, N.Y. 


TRADE 
BANK&- 
TRUST. 

A first name kind of bank 


CONGRATULATIONS 
To our girl 
Pres. of SCW 

The Koval Family 


ESTABLISHED 1922 

Main Office: 592 Fifth Avenue (at 48th Street) 

New York, N.Y. 10036 

Branches: Seventh Avenue at 38th Street; 


joAnn 

on her graduation 

With Love 

Mom, Dad, Amy, and Grandmom 


Second Avenue at 4th Street; 

Lexington Avenue at 33rd Street; 

50 Bayard Street at the Bowery; 

9 Park Place, Great Neck, L.I. 

Member FDIC; Federal Reserve System 


A FRIEND 



Mr. and Mrs. 1. Tamler 

and son 

Allen M. Tamler 


MAZEL TOV 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to our daughter, 

Suzanne, 

and to her classmates upon their graduation. 
Mr. and Mrs. S. Murray Paul 


to 

MEIRA 

and her classmates 


Congratulations to our daughter, 

Faigie 

upon her graduation from college 

Mr. and Mrs. William Rosenblum 

and Moishe 


Mom and Dad 

Yonina, Debra, and Nathan 

KATZ 







In Loving Memory 



Mr. Jesse Curchack 

Judy and Sam 
Leichtberg 



SALON DEBBIAN 

Distinctive Hair Coloring 

Advance Styling 

56 West 57th St. 

PLaza 7-3328-9 New York, N.Y. 



Compliments of 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Silver 



Greetings from the 

Hebrew Academy 
of Cleveland 



Irving I. Stone, 
President 



Rabbi N. W. Dessler, 
Educational Director 



To our daughter and sister 


Congratulations to 

Hannah 

and her classmates 

Rabbi and Mrs. M. Glatstein 

Yossy and Hershly 


Judy 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
for continued success and happiness 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

Sharon Rochell Moed 

upon her graduation 
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Wanger 


in the future. 

With all our love 

Daddy, Mommy, Elaine, Michelle, 
and Muffie Feigenbaum 


Samuel Carlin 
of 

GOLDRICH 
Wines and Liquors Inc. 

60 East 34th Street 

New York, N.Y. 10016 


Mazel Tov 
to our dearest granddaughter 

Jeanne Litvin Goldman 

upon her graduation from Stern College 

Baruch & Ida Litvin 

Mt. Clemens, Michigan 


Mazel tov to 

Martha 

Aunt Pauline Goldberg 
Aunt Irene Solonche 




BERNSTEIN'S ON ESSEX 

to 

CLASS OF 1969 

MAZEL TOV 

ON GRADUATION DAY 


To my loving wife 

JOYCE 

upon her graduation 


Congratulations to our daughter 

Suzanne Schwalm 

and to the class of '69 


Mazel Tov 

from her obviously loving 

husband Abie 


Congratulations 
to our beloved daughter, 

BELLA, 

upon the occasion of her graduation 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rothkoph 





COMPLIMENTS 



of 



SEATON HALL INC. 



EAST BOSTON, 

MASS. 



Best of Luck to 

SUSAN OSOKOW 

from Uncle Leon and Aunt Marcia 
and family 


To our sister, 

Rena Waldman, 

on the completion of her college studies. 
Norma and Ben Kauzel 
Lisa, Michael, Robert 


Mr. & Mrs. Michel Radzinski 


FLEISHMANN-HEYMANN & CO., INC. 

Strictly Kosher Meats & Provisions 

under supervision 

of Rabbi Dr.). Breuer 

344 Audubon Ave. WAdsworth 7-0809 

New York, N.Y. 10033 


Abe, Molly, Brenda, 

and Danny 

wish 


Mazel tov to 

HINDA BRILL 

from Mitchell, Rivka, 
Shaya, and Yaffa Snyder 


RUTH IE 

and the class of '69 

Mazel-Tov 

and Best of Luck Always 


Compliments from 

Dr. Irving Rudolph 


Cleaners Dyers 

AMERICAN DRIVE-IN CLEANERS 

418 South Oyster Bay Rd. 

Hicksville, N.Y. 

SolBleck 516-WE 1-9396 


Laboratory 

2151 — Ocean Ave. 


Congratulations to 

Meira 

and her classmates 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Katz 

Marion and Naomi 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 11229 


WAXMAN SUPPLY CORPORATION 

24455 Aurora Road 
Bedford Hts., Ohio 44146 


Compliments of: 

Mr. & Mrs. William Lipshitz 
Holyoke Dress Co. 

395 Dwight Street 
Springfield, Mass. 



Mazel tov on graduating. 

Remember the secret code is six. 

Good Luck! 

Herbie 



CRYSTAL DRUG SALES INC. 

Vitamins, Prescriptions & Cosmetics 

28 West 34th Street 

New York, N.Y. 10001 

LAckawanna 4-6130 



Congratulations and best wishes 
to our future daughter-in-law, 

Rebecca Tausig. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester E. Berlin 




in Aluminum Building Products 

Direct Factory Showrooms & Warehouses 
^^.^ in Principal Cities 

I n | eather-titi 



7120 KRICK ROAD • BEDFORD. OHIO 44146 




Mazel Tov to our cousin 

Brenda Bornstein 

From Ibi and Larry, 
Sruel Yitzchak, Shavi, Rivki, and Esther Weinstock 



In Honor of our Daughter 

ARLYNN KATZ 
MIRVIS 

on her graduation 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Katz 

Memphis, Tennessee 



MAZEL TOV 



MERYL & FRIENDS 



Mazel Tov 
Hatzlacha Rabah to 

Lila 

Love 

Mom and Honey 



Willie's Food Mart 

181 E. Broadway 

New York, New York 



Congratulations 
to 

Bunny 

from her husband 

Dr. James H. Hain 

Dentist 



Office: 86 York Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 
BU 8-7107 



Marlene 



Very Best Wishes 



for a successful future 



Mom, David, Michael, Rita 



Compliments 



A FRIEND 



To 

Mardi — 

The Best Editor-in-Chief 

oftheBestKOCHAVIAH 

from the Best Editorial Board: 

May Success and Happiness Always Be Yours! 



Bracha & Hazlacha 

V Kol-Tov 

to 

Doina 

and 

her classmates 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Levi 



To 






"V'RACH-OK MIP-NEE-NEEM MICH-RAH" 


BAS-SORA BRAND 


In Honor 




of 


EISENBERG 






Rebecca Sue Tausig 


WHO GOT TWO BIRDS 






in recognition 


WITH ONE STONE 


of a most significant accomplishment. 




Joseph Isaiah Berlin 


Congratulations 




to 




f 


BEST WISHES 


Susana 






TO 


and the class of '69 




Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Simon 


MARSHA 


and family 






AND HER CLASSMATES 





Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 




to 


Mazel Tov 


Suzanne Paul 


to our daughter 






on her graduation 


Heddy 


Aunt Thelma 


upon her graduation 




May she be a continuous source of 






Congratulations 


nachas to us. 


to 


Mr. and Mrs. Zigmund Treuhaft 


Jeanne Litvin Goldman 




upon her graduation 




from Stern College 




Mom, Dad, Meyer, and Bruce 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 




to 




Leah Segal 




and the class of '69 


To 


Rabbi and Mrs. Zev Segal 




Moshe, Nathan, Peninah, 


DEBBIE 


Nachum, and Yigal 






With Love and Best Wishes 




of Mazel Tov 


With Best Wishes 


on Your Graduation 


to our niece 


Mr. and Mrs. Max Schreibman 


Shonie 


Ephraim and Miriam 


upon her graduation 




Uncle Harold and Aunt Pearl 





To 




Sandra Fine 




upon her graduation 




Our best wishes for a life 


MAZEL TOV 


of happiness and a bright future. 




Mr. and Mrs. L. Thurm 


TO 


and family 






ELK A 


Congratulations 


UPON HER COLLEGE GRADUATION 


to 






SORSCHERS, INC. 


Rochelle Goldberg 




on her graduation 




from 




American Kosher Caterers 






To 




Oscar, Rhona, and Suzanne 




Whom we helped in their time of need. 


We wish for you 


From 




Harry, Eli, and Yossi 


the best of happiness 






P.S. Thanks for the great cookies. 


and luck for the future. 




All our love, 




Ellie. 


Mazel-tov and Best Wishes 




to 


Mr. and Mrs. J. Lipschitz 






Rochelle Majer 




upon her graduation 




Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gradowski 





Congratulations 




dear 




Susan 




upon your graduation 




Mrs. N. Ekstein and Norbert 


Mazel Tov 




and Best Wishes 


Mazel Tov 




to 


to 


Arlynn 




Rabbi & Mrs. Allan Mirvis 


Carol ]ambro 




from her parents 




Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jambro 


FROM 




A FRIEND 




Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 




to 




Rochelle Goldberg 




from her parents 


Congratulations 


Rabbi & Mrs. Danial Goldberg 




and brother Myron 


to 


and Rabbi & Mrs. Sheldon Borgen 




and Reizie and Ysacchar Dov 


JUDY ERENYI 




and the class of '69 






Mazel Tov 


from 


upon your graduation 




Mr. & Mrs. Abner Esterman 


Your Friends 


and Baila Kleiner 




To 




Susie 




Compliments 
of 




Sandfred 



Noemy, 

lots of luck in the future. 

Your cousins 

Miriam, Billy, and Auriella 

Charles, Alice, Jeanne, and Michele 


Mazel Tov 
to 

]osie Sebrow 

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Sebrow 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to our daughter and sister 

Sandra Fine 

upon her graduation 
Dad, Mom, and Jeff 


KOCH AVI AH 
EDITORIAL BOARD 

extends congratulations 


& 

Jackie 

& 

Gloria and Paul Jacobs 


to the 
Class of 1969 





on their 
graduation 



Congratulations 

Susan 

upon your graduation 
Mendy 



Best Wishes 



from 



The Red Cross Youth Program 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to 

Phyllis Maza 

Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Maza 

Cheryl and Yussi 

Sandra, Elliot, and Alan 



Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Zimmer 
congratulate their daughter 

Annette 

upon her graduation 



Dedicated to 


- 


Rhona Leskowitz Sandra Solomon 


Best Wishes to our daughter 


Oscar Osokow Suzanne Paul 


Marilyn Eichenbaum Samuels 


Faigie Rosenblum Jeanne Litvin Goldman 


Mr. & Mrs. Aron Eichenbaum 


Judy Goldsmith Marlene Glassman 
Bobbi Meren Tova Fishman 




Mazel Tov and All the Best 




in the future to our niece 


for all their hard work — 


Rifkie 


Mardi 


Mr. & Mrs. L. Rosenfeld & Chaya 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Boehur & cousins 




Best Wishes to 




Susan Osokow 




on her graduation 




Lillian & Jack Karlin 


Mazel Tovto 




Hannah Glatstein 




Mr. & Mrs. Carl Margolis 




Hershel, Rachelee (Brog), & Meir Shimshon Sacks 


Mazel Tov 




to 


Hazlacha Rabah 


Fayge Butler 


to 

Effie, Schott, & Shobie 


Editor-in Chief of the Observer 


Bodie 


and to the Seniors 




who worked with her to make Stern 


Congratulations 


a better place to live and learn. 


to 




Andrea Kaplan 


Mr. and Mrs. Abraham L. Butler 


Mom, Dad, Allan 




Aunt Dotty & Uncle Sam 


Yale, Daniel and Channa 


Mazel Tov 




to 




Marilyn Eichenbaum Samuels 




from her husband 





Mazel Tovto 
Compli 



the Class of '69 
merits of 



BUSINESSES 



Royal Furniture Mart 

Columbus, Ohio 

Midtown Camera 

New York, N.Y. 

Paul Popkin Electrician 
Gia Knits 

New York, N.Y. 

Bonne Cleaners 

New York, N.Y. 

L. Sheard & Son 

Vineland, N.J. 

Reliable Cargo Shipping Co. Inc. 

New York, N.Y. 

The Blue Daisy 

New York, N.Y. 

Lefkovitz Bros. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

FRIENDS AND RELATIVES 

Mrs. Scharfstein 

Haven Cleaners 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Swersky 

and family 

David, Mark, Ira, Sarah, Debbie 
Brandriss 

Mr. & Mrs. L. Friedman 

and children 

Mr. & Mrs. Julius Mayer 

Abe Carmel 

Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Stern 

Mr. & Mrs. William Joseph Brustein 

Rabbi & Mrs. Moishe Fink 
Strulowitz's Meat Market 



Mr. D. D. Schweitzer 

Mr. & Mrs. Mordecha Orgel 

Modern Industrial Products Co. 

Mr. & Mrs. Ringel and brother 

Mr. & Mrs. Max Grossman 

Gertel's Bake Shoppe, Inc. 

Sam's Shomer Shabbat Kosher Deli 

Dr. & Mrs. Yale Gordon and Sons 

Mrs. Mollie Gordon 

Mr. & Mrs. Mike Volpin 

The Gallery — Hair Design 

Joe's Shoe Repair 

Farm Food 

Mr. & Mrs. Solomon Fogel 

Tel-Aviv Glat Kosher Restaurant 

Packard Pharmacy, Inc. 

Bonnie Marks 

Imperial Card & Gift Shop 

Sam Freund 



Best Wishes to the Class of '69 
Compliments of 



State Kosher Market, Inc. 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry S. Klavan 

Silbert's Inc. 

Mrs. Jenny Cantor 

Minuckie, Joe, and Ralph Nitkin 

David Greenberg 

Joel Levy 

Rabbi & Mrs. T. Stampfer 

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Knopf 

Sidney Scharfstein 

Mr. & Mrs. Herman Hilsenroth 

Alex Palais 

Cathy, Kalman, Jeremy and Marshall 

Uncle Morris and Aunt Irene Kurtzack 

Mr. & Mrs. Alex Estreicher 
Rabbi & Mrs. Isaac Lubinski 
Mr. & Mrs. Kurt Wachtel 
Mr. & Mrs. David Klar 
Dr. & Mrs. Edward Spindell 
Richard Hockrow 

Rosa Lee, Joe, Label, & Susie Schapiro 
Ktav Publishing House, Inc. 
Steve and Sue 



Sidney Langer 

Allan Treuhaft 

Jack Polivy Jeweler 

Rabbi & Mrs. Jerome Fishman 

Rashie and Bubbie 

Mr. & Mrs. Max Rudoler 

Mr. & Mrs. Joachem Rudoler 

Mr. & Mrs. Isidore B. Rosenfeld 

Jessica Fashions 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Douglas 

Mr. & Mrs. Hyman Strickoff 

Al Federman 

Mr. & Mrs. Solomon Disterfeld 

Noah Zark Kosher Pizza 

Mr. & Mrs. Adrian Greenwald and Randi 

Mr. & Mrs. E. J. Stern 

Larry, Buddy, and Alan 

"TheGelston House" 
Mr. & Mrs. Grant Brandon 
Ray A. Benyunes 
Petit Cleaners 

Samuel Cohen Jewelers, Inc. 
Juma Kosher Meat & Poultry 
Mr. & Mrs. Hillel Markowitz 
Dry Vin French Cleaners 
Electro Stencil Co. 









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