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"Hickory Orientation" guides new students through their First bewildering weeks at Jackson
HOP Seated - Marilyn Katz, Betty Chang, Edward Patricia Stolz, Gary Slornan, Bernard Ford Carol Lewis
Ehrlich Mrs Heckman Cadviserj, Georgia Palmer. Standing Jane Marx.
Miriam Lando, Marguerite D'Amato, Barbara Kurz,
We are proud to print the following letter recently sent by our Student Relations
Council to students fighting for scliool integration in Louisiana.
Dear F riend,
The students of Andrew Jackson High School, speaking through their Student
Relations Council. want to commend you and your family for the courage and for-
bearance with which you are meeting the hardships you have encountered in your
fight for a great principle.
Andrew Jackson is one of the many integrated high schools in New York City.
Here we are experiencing what you are helping to bring about in the South. In
our school Negroes and whites make up the student body and the faculty. Negro
students and white students sit in the same classrooms and work together in all
extra-curricular activities. Negro teachers and white teachers are judged by their
students strictly on the basis of their quality as teachers. These things are taken for
granted. They are a natural part of school life.
We are fully aware of the inhuman behavior, the humiliation to which bigots have
subjected you. Vle know it is always hard to be a pioneer. We hope you will take
comfort from knowing that we, white students and Negro students. are proud to
be part of a school in which integration is taken for granted.
If we can help you in any way, let us know. Wle think you're wonderful.
The Student Relations Council
of Andrew Jackson High School
STUDENT RELATIONS COUNCIL: First row - Mr. Ruth Epstein, Jessie Miller, Michele Kramer Mary Woods
Blatt Cadviserj, Michael Kallman, Susan Ferris, Marilyn Ellen Schwartz. Third row - James Frost, Kenneth Sals
Epstein Gwenn Tranes, Martha Koslan, Betty Chang, Jill man, Robert Kamen, Philip Selwyn, Stephen Kaplan
Green Edward Rubenstein. Second row - Doris Brown, Samuel Rhine.
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SENIOR COUNCIL: First Row - Patricia Stoltz, Lee Feldman, Marjorie
Siegel, Betty Cahill, Miriam Lando, Ophelia Brockman, Eileen Weber,
Carole Schill, Miss Denig fadviserj. Second Row - Cheryl Harder, Regina
Verter, Rochelle Brodsky, Carol Lewis, Karen Herzog, Lois Dratler, Betty
Chang, Yvonne Culley, Carol Talbert. Third Row - James Frost, Robert
Axelrod, Thomas Zukas, Coralee Barron, Mary Gorman, Judith Burrere,
Florence Ruggieri, Linda Beatty, Arlene Stearns, Ann Prescott, Frances Tron-
dle, Michael Miller, Jerry Prusan, Stephen Kaplan.
The Senior class treasurers, those persuasive collectors
of graduation dues and money for other senior functions,
represent us on the Senior Council, which plans and ini-
tiates the activities of the graduating class.
Led by Class President Betty Chang and advised by
Miss Denig, the Council again sponsored the Student-
Faculty Basketball Game, the traditional Senior Day and
the Senior Dance. This year, for the first time, the Senior
Dance was held in the evening, setting a Jackson pre-
After the frivolity and informality of other celebra-
tions, senior social activities culminated formally at the
Senior Prom on June second in the Grand Ballroom of
the Statler-Hilton Hotel.
Senior Class Preszdent
Miss Joyce Denig
Senior Class Adviser
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