Arts High School - Vignette Yearbook (Newark, NJ)

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VIGNETTE 1970 ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF THE SENIOR CLASS ARTS HIGH SCHOOL, NEWARK, NEW JERSEY- » ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTYHARRY LEWIS. B.A., M.A., Ph D. Principal Dedication, patience, understanding, and willingness to counsel students have earned for Dr. lewis the respect and admiration of the student body. He likes to get to know his school population and is often seen mingling with students during lunch periods, sitting in during classes, ond occasionally displaying his fine skill in mathematics by teaching trigonometry to a physics group or conducting a class in geometry. The high academic and cultural standing and the moss "togetherness" of the student body con be partly attributed to the effors of our principal. We, the doss of 1970, extend our sincere appreciation to him for all that he has done for us ond for the entire student body. 4MISS THERESA S. DAVID, B.A., M.A. Vice Principal Our vice-principal is proud of Arts High ond wo ore proud of her. She is not only on efficient, competent and hard-working administrator, but olso a friendly and patient individual. Her versatility, good judgment, hard work, and skill in handling students' problems are indicative of the highly efficient fashion in which she performs her daily tasks. Her sincere interest and dedication are apparent in her participation in most of our school activities. Miss David has a strong sense of responsibility to others and gives unselfishly of her time and herself. The understanding, inspiration and encouragement we so often needed, she has always provided. We constantly confide in her and never hesitate to ask her for help with our problems. Her confidence in us and her foresight have helped us to maintain our steady progress towards the successful attainment of our high school goals. 5MRS. EVELYN DONOVAN B.S. Physical Education MR. WILLIAM L. PICKETT B.M., MM. Music We, the Senior Class of 1970, take pleasure in dedicating our yearbook to two outstanding educators. This year, after many years of service to both students and faculty members at Arts High, Mrs. Donovan, girls' gym and health teacher, has a life of leisure. In many ways, she has earned the respect and admiration of her students and her co-educators. Besides being a teacher to whom any student with a problem could turn, she also served as a guidance counselor. The Girls' Volleyball Club and the Modern Dance Club were both started under her leadership and she was an active member of the school's Cooperative Council. Among her other student activities wos the supervision of the "baked goods department" of the Winter Fair. Using the boys' and girls' gyms as her ''base of operation", she planned meticulously and organized and directed the operation so skillfully, that we always had a financial success. She was also in charge of our yearly Internation Day luncheons. But most of all, Mrs. Donovan has always expressed her extreme concern for, and deep faith in the student body here at Arts High School. If there could be any one thing that wc at Arts will miss, it would undoubtedly be Mrs. Donovan's optimism. She believed and still believes in "our generation" and wc appreciate her confidence in us. During the time that Mr. Pickett was director of the Arts High Chorus, musical perfection was the goal of the Chorus. His extensive knowledge of music and his highly individual style of conducting brought the chorus to greater heights of success with each performance. Mr. Pickett's subtlo sense of humor and easy-going nature won him the respect and friendship of both faculty members and students alike. Unfortunately, Mr. Pickett is no longer a member of the Newark School System. He resigned to accept a position at Millburn High School. Although he i no longer with us, he'll always be a port of the Arts High family. 6MAX CHIMACOFF, B.A. • English The Senior Class of 1970 would like to express its regret at the passing of Mr. Max Chimacoff on December 1, 1969. He had been a teacher at Arts High School for many years. His fine character and personality earned for him the respect of all students who were associated with him in any way. His friendly and courteous manner and fine clothes distinguished him as a gentleman. A learned man, Mr. Chimacoff spoke unusual languages including classical Greek and Latin. As a teacher, he spent a great deal of time teaching outside of the classroom os well as in it, giving his English and Latin students additional help. His death was a great loss to the students and to the Newark School System, for he was truly dedicated not only to teaching but to his students and to the school.1. SEYMOUR M. LANDSMAN, B.S., M.A. • Chairman 2. JULIUS BENEVENTO, B.F.A. • Art 3. JAN CARDEN, B.S. • Art 4. LOUIS SPINDLER, B.S.Ed., B.S. Fine Art , M.A. • Art 5. ELIZABETH STILLER, B.S., M.A. • Art 6. JEANNE TSO, B.S., M.A. • Art 7. BETTE LAZAR, B.S., M.A. • Secretarial 8. LILLIAN RITTER, B.C.Ed. • Secretarial 9. SEYMOUR C. HECK, B.A., M.A. • Chairman, English Department 10. RUTH ABOS, B.A., M.A. • English 11. MIRIAM CAHN, A.B., M.A. • English 12. DOROTHY NEUSS, B.S., M.A. • English 13. DELPHINE PERUGINE, B.S., M.A. • English 890!1. ANGELA ARMERDING, B.A. • Sponish 2. SONIA FELDMAN, B.A., M.A. • French 3. JUDITH BARRETT, B.A., M.A. • Guidance Counselor 4. BRENDA CUTTS, B.A. • Spanish 5. RUTH WEISMAN, B.A. • Substitute Pool 6. TINA BOHANNON, B.A., M.A. • Head Guidonce Counselor 7. LUCILLE B. HILLER, B.S. • Clothing 8. CHARLOTTE YOUNG, A.C.S.W., B.S.. M.S.S. Psychiotric Social Worker 9. GEORGE J. LANDERS, B.A., M.A. • Guidonce Counselor 10. JEROME MARCUS, B.S., M.A. • Industrial Arts 11. GLADYS E. FRIEDMAN, B.A., B.L.S. • Librarian 12. GEORGE STEISEL, B.A., M.A. • Mathematics Coordinator 13. ALBERT W. CALVIN, A.B., M.A. • Mathematics 14. ALFRED GENTILE, B.S. • Mathematics 15. SAMUEL KURTZ, B.S., B.A. • Mathematics 16. RUTH MEYERSON, B.A., M S. • Mathematics 11r i MUSIC L A 1. ROCCO A. PESILE, B.S.M., M.A. • Music Coordinator 2. ANNETTE BLOCK, Diploma, Curtis Institute of Music • Music 3. ROBERT S. HOWARD, B.S., M.A. • Music 4. GERTRUDE P. SHAPIRO. M.S. • Music 5. REUBEN SINGER, B.S., M.A. • Music 6. GERARD TOBIA, Mus.B., B.A., B.S. • Music 7. SHIRLEY ZONES • Clerk-Stenogropher 8. MRS. ROSE DOUGHTIE • Clerk-Stenogropher 9. JOHN M. LANG, B.S., M.A. • Physical Education and Health 10. DON YVONNE DAVIS, B.S. • Physical Education and Health 11. ROBERT JOSEPH DIACO, A.A., B.S., M.A. • Physical Education and Health 12. EVELYN DONOVAN, B.S. • Physical Education and Health 13. CONSTANCE GREENE, R.N., B.S. • Health 14. MARIE MEEHAN. R.N. • Nurse 15. PEARL C. RICH, B.A., M.A. • Social Siudies 16. LORNA R. FURST. B.A., M.E. • Social Studies 17. BARRY R. ODELL, B.A. • Social Studies 18. LEONARD J. YABLICK, B.A., M.A. • Coordinator Science 19. MARY VENSKUS. B.A., M.A. • Science 12HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 13 15SENIOR CLASS ADVISORS As a Senior Class advisor, Mr. "G" motivates and stimulates us to participate in all class activities and hos mode us realize the value of a firm and resourceful guiding hand. As a teacher, Mr. Gentile hos the skill and know-how to challenge his students ond creates a real atmosphere for learning. As an individual, his personality and his ability to blend in with every scene from a rocking discotequc to a quiet study holl hove earned him o special place in the heorts of all Seniors. Mrs. Benevento, born in Italy, attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples for one year. He then come to the United States and attended Arts High. Upon graduation he received a scholarship from the New Jersey Art Directors Club and went on to Cooper Union, where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. He has also attended Newark School of Fine and Industrial Art, and the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School. As o professional artist Mister "B" has had two fine one-man shows. He has maintained great interest in the students, not only academically, but socially ond individually. This interest accounts for his great work with the Senior Class. C SENIOR HOME ROOM TEACHERS CM 3 1. MRS. MIRIAM CAHN Homeroom 220 2. MRS. SONIA FELDMAN Homeroom 204 3. MR. SAMUEL KURTZ Homeroom 215 4. MISS RUTH MYERSON Homeroom 314 5. MRS. LILLIAN RITTER Homeroom 315 6. MRS. RUTH WEISSMAN Homeroom 307MARILYN GAYNOR President Marilyn . . . concerned, talkotive . . . "for reol" . . . flood friends include Volencio Rodgers. Deboroh Bowers, Cynthia Cuffie, Roger Tucker, Bradford Branch ond Miko 0 Meo . . . digs fried chicken, football. English. ond Dionne War wick , . , M . Heck it the flreotett . . . tewing, cooking, and making beadt ore omong her hob biet . . . Gory lombright it special . . . member of the Oromo Club, VolleyboH Teom ond the Vignette Stoff . . . Student Council Ireoturer ond preiident of the Junior Clott ond the Senior Clott . . . liket the teochert ot Arts moil, the cofeterio leotl . . . appreciate! honetty ond concern in othert . . . o Tourean . . , plant to attend Cornell University or Brandeii University ot o political Kience major. LINDA CAPTAIN Treasurer Undo . . . versatile, cheerful, optimistic . . . counts Gene Cummings ond Goil Motley among her closest friends . . . hobbies include pointing and dancing . . . lists going to ploys, jau, pino. Sly ond the Family Stone, the Temptations, orl ond football and basketball gomes ot fovoritei , , . especially enjoyed English with Mitt Abot . , , captain of Arts High cheerleaders . , . proudly wears her Varsity letter . . . hat been active in the Student Council ond in Senior Class activities . . . rotet the class of "70" very highly . . . Cancer is her Zodioc sign . , . college bound . . . plant a career In teaching. CYNTHIA CUFFIE Secretary Known at "little Ghandi" ond "Cy Cy" to int'-mote friends . , . listens to oil sorts of music from Sly. to the Angelic Choir, to Beethoven , . . admires Miss Myerton . . . Finds the Tempto riont irresiifible . . . lovet the Village ond Central Pork . . , close friends ore Roger Tucker. Rosalind Stroiten, Jesse Young, Borboro Bruce, ond Clarence Voughn . . . can't resist o hamburger ond o vonillo milkshake . . . o color guord for the Marching Band, O member of the Notionol Honor Society, ond on organist ot church . , . fovorite moviet were Good-Bye Columbus" and "Romeo ond Juliet" . . . finds pleasure in bicycle riding in Centrol Pork . . . plons to mojor in mathematics in college . . . hopes to become o part time model ond o computer programmer. ROGER TUCKER Vice President A sincere and easygoing person ... a serious thinker . . . friends include Clarence Williams. Bradford Branch, ond Donald Gray . . . usually accompanied by o paint brush or o Comoro . . . o devoted theater fon ... is fond of Mrs. Rich, french fries, tennis ond collegiote clothes . . . a member of the Notional Honor Society ... has o Vortify letter for tennis . . . would like to be a person "ot peace with himself" . . . Tourus . . . upon graduation would like to ottend Columbia University . . . expects to dwell in the East Village or in upper Manhattan. 17IV HI Si ? r;i-:• Ho ?5’S3 U'1 is i n 6_ o • i m •3 | F?rf ; ffimH •5 %-S 2 II ST s-1 !|rf 1-1 5 f ?’ •- 0 2 ■»£? hirir ■ IfrlUH l!ff.: if i r?rlpl.' s: - s= r 5! I: .1: ?f;H £ ssl H=H I h m! Ilf: = s HHihfif = o - »«■ f- i s.: ? s.f"- s: xil: -■■ih-lK if £ e ii- C£ tt : IfIff?If • © =. a. O s rmUjfi .rriM1 3 . l = 3. ? f 0 _ «3 5 ?ia- 1.5 »’ « % 1 s 8? !■=: ='S-j; ?■ : = ' i?|| f hinnu- clrlmtiLEE BARNES Kind, er ou , contervofive . . . true Aqooriut . . . lints Jos Burnstt ond Kothy Morri o dots friend . . . snjoysd done conducted by Min Abo ond Mr. Potilo moil . . . corns rvotive doth ing, rock ond roll, footboll, liver ond tpinoch. ond Iks book Greet fxpectofion rots highly with him . . . admits Michsts Iris Boksr . . . utuolly found in Art High ouditorium flirting with ths girl . . . would like to join th A1' fores ond continus hi mulic itudis oftsr hs complete hi tour of duty . , . expect to moks hi horns in Baltimors, Marylond, eventuolly MICHAEL BERARDI Miks . . eoiygoing, friendly . . . foks Ms 01 it comsi . . . utuolly found with Rocco loboto. Jos Warren, Bob Stotiok, ond Roger Tucker . . . Virgo i hit tign . . . Itolion food , football, ostronomy, old dothst, ond Mr. Steiisl ore omong hi fovoritsi , . . enjoy expreuion which ors thort ond to ths point . . . olwayt ready to tell or heor o joke . . . pet peeve: wits guy . . . hoi been active on the Bo ie ho 11 Team ond ths Phyticol fitnen Teom . . . proud owner of o letter for boisboll ... hoi o peculiar hobit of tilting bock obierving other . . . will ottsnd Newark College of Engineering in the foil. NEIL BETHEA "The Mon" . . . fun-loving, hone t, on f tincs's . . . like being with good frisndt Beverly Bronch. Itooc Slots . Colvin Jonst, Reggie Mock and Roger Kennedy . . . favorite include the mulic of the Temptation , iteok, ort ond baiket boll . . . active member of the Baiketboll Teom, the Track Team, ond the Vanity Club . . . proud brother of Omicron Alpho P»i Fraternity . . . liked the girl ot Art belt. the imoll gym leatt . . . oppreciote honeity ond the ability to under-»fond . . . born under the tign of Ariet . . . career plon undecided . . . hopet eventually to live in a nice quiet ploce out of Newark. ALICE MICHELLE BEVERLY "Shelley" . . . a girl of many mood . . . con utuolly be found with Roiy and Bev ot the girl ' locker area or in the main office getting o lots •lip . . . really goe for Shozzom, ice cream, botketboll, the Met , ond Salvador Dali . . . olway in her conversion are the name June ond Dwayne . . • meditate to Dionne Worwkk ond gel together with the Temptation and Eddie . . . plan to continue education in a buiinett college . . . expect to be o tecretary. DEBORAH BOWERS "Debbie" . . . utuolly roam the hall with Roxanne William , Judy Womble, Votencia Rodger . Morilyn Goynor. lindo Ervin or Cynthio Cuffie . . . like to tnock while wotching her favorite T.V. thow "Mod Squod" ond "Julia" . . . The Temptation ond Morvin Goye. mulic appreciation, choru ond the Met ronk high in her book . . . lists volleyboll, Dromo Club, Junior ond Senior Clo»» council ond Vignette •toff omong her extracurricular octivitie . . . expect to continue her tludiet ot Ohio Stole or Newark College of Medicine ond Dentlttry to prepare for o career in the nurting field. BEVERLY BRANCH Bewy . . . friendly and pleotonf when the wont to be . . . dole friend are Neil Bethea ond the i ter of Delfo Sigma P i . . . hobble include reoding, liilening to record and going to the movie . . . Milt Abo ond Air. Benevento rote highly in her book . . . enjoy donee , very colorful clothing, a drum and bugle corpt, Eng-lith and the book "Howard Street" . . . odmire her mom moil . . . Ariet, the Rom . . . hot been active ot a drum majorette ... it o member of the entertoinment committee ond the Service Club . . , plon to further her education ot Texot Southern Univertity . . . will become on elementary teacher. 19BRADFORD L. DE VOE BRANCH Brod . . . friendly, outgoing, worm, r«lig:oui, ond hoppy . . . con be found with Roger Tucker, Joe Jonet, or Beverly Bron h . . . enjoys pointing, deiigning, dancing ond tewing . . . seafood, biology, swimming, ice skoting, chamber metre ond unique clothing tuit hit toitet ... pet peeve: ehem lob . . hat been active in the Chett Club and the Three Dimensionol Club . . . terved on the Junior Clott Council, the Scope ttoff ond voriout school committeet . . . Pixel . . . likes humor, honetty, ond a vivid imagination in others . . . plans to further hit education at the fashion Institute of Technology . . . will reside in Brooklyn or Monhotton. CRAIG BROWN "Deke" . . . complex ... a true Gemini . . . litis Chico Doughtie ond Richard Stanton at dote buddies . . . enjoys soul food, dancing to pop mutic, Negro history ond bosketboll . . . pet peeve: Vietnam War . . . hobbies include baseball, billiards and "grooving" . . . ' Do your own thing" . . . loves clothes . . . liked art courses best at Arts and the trodifions leott . . . Mr. Spindler, James Baldwin and Do Vinci score with him . . . wonts to become o person liked by all . . . plans to further his education at Howord University or join the United Stales Air force . . . interested in the computer field. BERNITA BROWN "Birdie" . . . close friends include Bertha Davis and Condi Show . . . likes popular instrumental music . . . considers her clothing modest and well arronged . . . likes to "communicate" and not just tolk ... pet peeve: persons who refute to accept the truth ... her favorite subjects include U.S. history, English, ond draping . . . leisure activities always include tewing or cooking . . teaching, she feels, brings great satisfac- tion . . . would like to be o missionary. IENORE BROWNE "lee" . . . friendly, humorous . . . likes to hove a good time . . . lists Cloudette Ayers ond Moxel Monk at close friends . . . Pisces, the fish . . . enjoys pizzo, steak, oil kinds of clothing. Sfy ond the fomily Stone, the Temptotions. singing, dancing, reading, ond drawing . . . favorites include Picasso, Jomet Boldwin, bosketboll, foot boll. Miss Abot, ond Mrs. Tto . . . pet peeve: insincere people . . . likes the small student population most, the cofeteria food least . . . has been active in the Student Council, the Glee Club ond the Drama Club . . . college bound os on elemenfory education major. BRENDA BROWN Bren . . . extremely quiet ... on individualist who loves her privacy . . . litis Michael Colon os a very close friend . . . fovorites include modern dancing, jazz, chicken, horseback riding, mod minis, English, ond Block history . . . admires herself most . . . enjoys Picosso ond the works of James Baldwin, reading, ballet ond singing . . . born under sign of Concer . . . Mrs. Rich rotes with her . . . pet peeve: loud people . . . "Come on already" . . . can usually be found ol home reading o good book . . . would like to be a more aggressive and fronk person . . . plans to attend Montclair State College . . . hopes some day to live in London, England. LOUIS BUNUCCI "Beoner" . . . Virgo . . . counts Tom la Poro, Joe Minutoli and Ermelinda Caputo os close friends . . . favorites include steok, soccer, Mr. Pesile, and casual clothing . . . enjoys the works of Da Vinci ond Shakespeare . . . really responds to friendliness in others . . . likes Mr. Pesile’s dosses best of Arts ond the smoll gym least . . . active member of the Bond, ond the Orchestra ... on the Baseball Team and the Soccer Team . . . plans to further his education . . . will become o music teacher eventually. 20SAM BURGESS Som . . . o 3 xxi friend of Elroy Dordne ond John Stricklond . . favorite entertainer ore the Temptotloni and the Mirodet . . . usuolly o CO"-»ervotive dresser . . . interest include reading, basketball, boseboll ond soccer . . . plan to ottend college as o politico! science major. SANDRA BYERS "Sandy" . . . quiet, understanding , . . o good listener . . . acquaintances include Priscillo Chop pell, Evelyn Collins, Eorlene Campbell, ond Bradford Branch . . . enjoyed reoding The Autobiography of Mofco m X . . . favorites include Miss A bos, joic, soul music, glased dough nuts, basketball, ond history . . . the cafeteria food ond gym were most depressing . . . active member of the Bowling Club, the Junior Achieve ment, and the lota lombdo Sorority ... a serious thinker, the would one doy like to be o criminal lawyer . , . will attend either Seton Hall University or Dougloss College. ERMELINDA CAPUTO Quiet, playful . . . friendliness ond understanding hove won her the friendship of Louis Bu-Itocd, Anne Willioms, ond Tom Lo Poro . . . fond of soul music ond joss, Italian food, and the humanities . . . other fovorite ore Michel angelo, Stephen Crane. Mr. Heck, ond conservative clothing . . . "Come on" . . . "My Rolphie" . . . Notionol Honor Society member . . . objects lo corny people . . . frequently observed coming to school with her hair in rollers . . . sign is Aries . . . admires Hervie Mann . . . hopes to enter Montclair State College. MARIE CERES "Marti" . . . o moody non-conformist . . . olwoys frank and honest . . . close friends include tilo Jung, Pool Kno and Deborah lowther . . . looks for loyolty ond o sense 0 humor in others . . . spends much of her time thinking up excuses to ovoid work . . fovoritet include Miss Meyerson, reoding. baton twirling. Mr. Heck, ond listening to records ... is constantly teased obout her height . . . hos enjoyed most ot Arts High the student relationships . . . pet peeve: writing up personolity summaries for Miss Abos . . . looks forward to continuing her educotion ot Nework College of Engineering. EARLENE CAMPBELL "Eorl" . . . fun-loving, witty, olwoys reody . . . con be found with Priscillo Chappell, Leonora Reeves. Kathy Morris or Beverly Branch . . . enjoys doncing, singing, groovin' ond greasin' . . . favorites include Sly ond the Fomily Stone Bor B Q spare ribs, mod or cosuol clothing ond basketball . . . "Be't that way sometimes" . . . Libra . . . usuolly found partying . . . loves o good time . . . hot been octive in the Volley-ball Club, the Student Council, ond the Drama Club ... on the Vignette stoff . . . likes the "cool" teachers ot Arts most, the food leost . . . odmires Miss Block America most . . . looks forward to a nursing career after graduation from Douglass College. PRISCILLA CHAPPELL "Prissy" . . . friendly ond warm-hearted . . . Aquarius . . . enjoys the company of Eorlene Campbell and Beverly Branch . . . enjoys shrimp, cosuol clothes, Mr. Gentile, ond soul music . . . would like to hove just o bit more ambition . . . "Tho! ain't hordly cool" ... pet peeve: phony people . . . has great admiration for Miss Abos . . . octive in the Student Council . . . plans to ottend either Pennsylvania State College or Rutgers University. 21y.' RALPH COLEMAN Frequently teen in the company of Aina Smith and Robert Ciccone . . . enjoyi mov es, psyche delic music, swimming, and the study of human expression , . . admires Don Jones . . . lists reading and collecting books among hit hobbies . . . Is easily offended . . Mr. Spindler, Marcus Von Heller, My Secret life rote high . , . con tidered the girls the best ot Arts . . . looks for friendliness and sincerity in others . . , born under Gemini . . . works ofter school . . . plant to enter the Air Force with his ultimate goal o career ot on Air Force pilot. EVELYN VICTORIA COLLINS "Vikki" . . . moody, serious, fun loving . . . counts Carolyn, Sandra and Dikki among her closest friends . . . favorites include stereo soul and blues sounds, pork chops, baseball, Latin, ond hamburgers . . . "It it better to come late than never" . . . enjoys lessons with M'ss Abot, Mrs. Tso and Mr. Chimacoff . . . active on the Cheering Squod, In the Student Council, the lofln Club and her church group ... a sister of the Delfo Sigma Psi Sorority . . . liked Arts High Winter Concerts most . . . Pisces . . . admires honesty in others , . . plans to attend college to continue fashion ond fobric design studies . . . will reside in Nework. ANTHONY COTUGNO Tony . . . considerate, humorous, sincere . . . lists Keith Hardy, Robert Ciccone, Gory IGnche low ond Tom Oi Chioro at good friends . . . fovorites include the Beatles, lasagne, botebol. rock music and Time Magotin ... pet peeve: insincere people . . , Gemini . . . reolly admires Robert Kennedy ond John lennon . . . enjoyed the small student body here ot Arts . . . usually found ot home studying, ploying musk, or talking on the phone . . would like to further his education and possibly go into the field of low. MARY ANNETTE CUNNINGHAM Annette . . . serious ond quiet but fun-loving . . . "Be yourself" . . . usually teen with lilo Jung, Bonnie Johnson, ond Kotrino Banks . . . enjoys tewing, tinging, ort, soul musk ond joiz . . . fovorites include: "Mon Child in the Prom ited lond." Block history, ond English ... on octive member of the Girls' Tennis Club ond the Conoon Boptist Church . . . plont to mojor in English or home economics of Nework State College or Montclair State College, ELROY DARDEN Elroy . . . kind, witty, considerate, ond congenial . . . enjoys the company of his fraternity brothers . . . treasurer of the Omicron Alpha Pti Fraternity . . . "If you're slaw, you blow" . . . o member of the vocal rock group the "Embracers" . . . fond of stylish dress; but not to the extremes . . . hamburgers with french fries is his dish . . . enjoys singing and or the opposite sex . . . the record "Ordinary Guy" is special . . . will remember his English, musk, ond health ciosses at Arts . . . lists his favorite teachers as Mr. Spindler, Miss Abos, and Mr. Pickett . . . plans la go to a college near home. 22BERTHA DAVIS "Toni" . . . close friends include Alrheo Tedwell, Hotel Monk, Bernilo Brown, ond Chorlotte McAllister , . . sensitive. congenial. serious . , . favorite i include Mr. Spindler, Mr . Miller, Shakespeare, ond the Bible . . . enjoys tewing, cooking, clossicol mvtic, tennit, bowling and ort . , . admires her father . . . pet peeve: hypocrisy . . . usually found downtown or concentrating on Bible Studies . . would like to pursue a corner os o missionary. DENISE DAY "0. Doy" . . . friendly, fun-loving, ombitious , . . con be found with Normon Hurd, Toni Do Vone, or lynette Cook . . . enjoys the music of Dionne Warwick, television, chicken ond the author Jomet Boldwin . . . favorites include classical music, volleyball, tnglish, Mrs. Ventkus ond Mr. Steisel . . . leo, the lion ... pet peeves: rowdy girls ond conceited people . . . hot been octive on the Volleyboll Team ond in the Alpho Pti Epsilon Sorority . . . con be found ot the "Y" dancing . . . would like to hove oil her dreamt come true . . . expects to ottend college in the near future . . . hopes eventuolly to hove o lorge family, o red ond white house, ond o dog named Ginger. STEPHEN DE BIASIO ' Dee" . . . friendly, octive, interesting ... a leo child . . . lists linda. Marietta and Diane ot o few dote friends . . . enjoys working on his cor. reoding the works of Shakespeare, ploying football ond base boll . . . favorites include hard rock, chicken, chemistry, girls, ond knits . . . hot been octive on the Varsity Bose boll Team . . . wears his Varsity letters proudly . . . Mr. Petile rotes highly with him . . . liked the school spirit ot Arts most, but withes there were a football teom . . . plans to attend Rutgers-Newark . . . wonts to teach. MICHAEL DE MEO Mike . . . friendly, quiet . . . born under the sign of Aquarius . . . good friends include Pool Knox, Eugene Forte, Trent Moronte, Cyntfsio Cuffie and Marilyn Gaynor . . . enjoys soul music, Italian food, car racing, mothemotics, and conservative clothing . . . favorites include Pi cosso, Edgar Allan Poe, the reoding of mysteries, bowling, and Miss Meyerson . . . octive in the Moth Club ond the Notional Honor Society . . . liked the student-teacher relationship ot Arts most, the cofelerio food least . . . likes honesty ond o sense of humor in others . . . admires parents most . . . plans to attend Newark Col lege of Engineering to prepare far a career at o mechanical engineer. DEBORAH DE NAULT Debbie . . . friendly, quiet, moody . . . dose friends ore Elizabeth Wielgut, Cynthia Robinson, Vergoline Hill . . . "Right" . . . music, roost beef, swimming ore the greatest . . . olso fond of Miss Meyerson, Peter Mox, ond the works of Shokespeore . . . odmires Raquel Welch . . Romeo ond Juliet . . . enjoy walking in the rain . . . is octive in Tennit Club ond the Donee Club . . . o member of the Vignette stoff . . . holder of o letter for tennit . . . sign it Aquorius ... pet peeve: doted-in ploces . . . seeks honesty, sincerity in others . . . plont to enter Jersey City Stote College . . . hopes eventually to travel around the world. TONI DE VONE "laini" . . . o person of mony moods . . . born under the sign of Aries . . . digs the compony of lindo Perry, Norman Hurd. Denise Doy, Denise Hillman, ond Pritcilfa Chopped . . . jams to soul musk, homburgert. Miss Abos, ond Mr. Howard . . . admires Gory Jenkins the most ... has been o dedicated member of the Block Culture Club, the Drama Club, the Cheering Squad, the Service Committee ond the Entertainment Com mittee ... on enthusiostk member of Alpho Pti Epsilon ... pet peeve: phony people . . . plont to attend Rutgers-livingston ot o liberal arts major. 23TOM DiCHIARA "Cookie" . . . adm.ts he's wH-centered, but like people . . . member of the Swimming Teom, the bote ball Team, C.Y.O., ond the Band ... a lab assistant . . . awarded Vanity letter for swimming ond bateboll . . . likes the dote student relofionthipt here . . . fond of oil fypet of music, tubmorine sandwiches, bateboll. ond the tdences . . . "Mon" . . . would have enjoyed o foatboll teom ot Artt . . . hotel people who think they know everything but don't . , . born under Pisces . . . fovorite ortiit it Michelangelo . . . tpendt leiture hourt ploying drumt. fithing, or drowing . . . plant to ottend Rutgert University . . . will prepare for o career at a meteorologist. CHICO DOUGHTIE Chico . . . contidert Itooc States, Croig Brown, ond Neil Betheo at dote friendt . . . grooves to the mutic of the Dellt and the Temptations . . . enjoys Mr. Long, Mrt. Rich; botketball, and mott of oil, football . . . fovoritet include hamburgers . . . pet peeve: foket . . . lookt for honesty in others . . . plans to be o draftsman . . . would like to ottend Newark College of Engineering SANDRA EDWARDS Sandy . . . quiet, likeable, friendly . . . con be found with lo Verne Waters, Regina Young, Mike Thomas, Paul Knox, Gregory Gramby, or Carol Fortney . . . really digs jozz, popular toundt. soul food, footboll, ond beautiful clothes . . . admires her mom most . . . lists Mr. Spindler os her fovorite ortist and Tomes Boldwin ot her fovorite author . . . true libra ... Mr. Petile rotes highly with her . . . active in Z.Y.A. Club and the Young People's Choir of Zion Baptist Church . . . appreciates personality ond honesty in others . . . con be found ot a party, o movie, or ot home tewing . . . member of the Volleyboll Team ond the Red Cross . . . hopes to become on accountont . . . wonts to live in Californio. ANN ENG Friendly, a bit folkotive, ond most omioble . . . constantly seen with April Showers, Juliono Markovich, Debbie Smisko, Nyyo lork, ond Barbora Rice . . . affectionately known ot Chink' . . . loves Itolion food , , . especially interested in tewing ... is on enthusiastic tennis player . . . a violinist in the Senior Orchestro . . . member of the Nofionol Honor Society ... hot great respect for Mr. Petile and Mrs. Neuss . . . hopes to ottend Seton Holl University . . . ultimate goal it a position ot a chemistry teacher. DENISE ALICE EDWARDS "Denny" . . . helpful, honest, thy Aquarius . . . contidert 8orbara Holl and Claudette Ayers her best friendt . . . grooves to folk music, soul music, mod clothing, ond pizza . . . other favorites include Do Vinci, art classes. Miss Abot. ond Kipling ... pet peeve: prejudiced peop'e . . . admires her parents the most . . . lookt for honesty in others ... on ovid picture ord record collector , . . ultimately plant to teach the mentolly retarded. JACQUELINE ERVIN A real loner . . . considers herself o "different" kind of person . . . likes Miss Abos. jozz, banana sandwiches, bateboll ond sweaters . . . odmiret the Melt, especially Tom Agee, Cleon Tones, and Ed Charles . . . born under Sagittarius . . . looks for kindness in othors . . , immediote plans include Brooklyn Stole College lo prepare for a career ot on elementary school teacher. 24LINDA ERVIN lin . . . good company . . . understanding, sweet, witty . . . lists Roxonne Williomt, Judy Womble. Debbie Bowen, Morilyn Goynor, Roger Tucker, Cynthio CuMie, Michele Boker ond Brenda Hampton at good Iriendt . . . admiret her mom most . . . to gey Sagittarius . , . enjoys homburgert ond french friet, soul music. English ond clothes with a flore . . . pet peeve: phonies ond dishonest people . . . hobbies include tew ing, doncing, eoting, styling hoir, end being with Embry . . . member of the Girls' Glee Club, the Donee Club ond the Twirlers . . . utuolly found ot home just "mestin' around" . . . college bound . . . o future home economici teocher. LOVENTRICE FARROW Counts Mory O'Neal, Carol Fortney, Vergoline Hill at dote friends . . . likes fothion designing . . . sewing ond drawing occupy her spore time . . . favorite ortist it Peter Mox . . . admires Mist Abot most . . . joking it her favorite enter-toinment . . . does clerical work for her church . . . likes the people ot Arts . . . odmiret humor in others . . . o James Baldwin fan . . . considers herself cheerful, good notured, and congenial . . . Miss Abot't datset suited her . . . "Amen" "Man" . . . o Tourean by tign ond nature . . . will attend Northeastern Junior College . . . plant to live in London, England, in loter years. EUGENE FORTE Gene . . . quiet or garrulous depending on hit mood , . . favorites ore Ifolion food, boteboll. Mrs. Goldstein, Leonardo Oo Vinci, Death Be Not Proud . . . odmiret his porents . . . close friends ore lindo Ervin, Morilyn Goynor, Tom Oi Chioro. ond Clarence Willlomt . . . thinks the otmotphere ot Arts it the best . . . seekt honetty ond sincerity in others . . . hates cafe terio food . . . born under Pisces . . . likes listen ing to the rodio, loking walks, or modeling cart in spore hours . . . immediate plon is to ottend Newark College of Engineering. CAROL FORTNEY "Roe" , . . dose friendt include Loventrice farrow, Mary O'Neal, lit Harris, ond Margaret Phillips ... is fond of ditcothequet, Edgar Allan Poe ond Mrt. Rich . . . utuolly found in 314 or the reading room ... pet peeve: girlt with squeaky voices ... is activo in the Glee Club, tho Red Cross, ond the Block Culture Club . . . a proud sitter of the Alpho Psi Epsilon Sorority . . . couldn't stand our cold auditorium . . . plant to ottend Rufgert-Nework to prepore for o career in accounting. , HAROLD FRANCIS "Butch" . . . honest, sincere, capable . . . dose friends ore Daryl Matthews, Reggie Mack. Calvin Jones, and Neil Bethea . . . when not engaged in work, he's utually obtorbed in his hobbies-ort, stomp collecting ond record ploying . . . Do Vinci ond Poe. pop mutic. Egg Fu Yung, and tporty clothes really moke if . . . "Whot's happening?" . . . hot been octive on the Intromurol Batketball Team ond the Trock Teom . . . liket the activities, but thinks itudent participation leaves o lot to be desired . . . honoroble mention for wood carving in shop . . . fovorite teacheri ore Mr. Spindler ond Mr. long . . . Pitces . . . the immediate future includes either commerool ort, or the U.$. Navy . . . hopes to be o prot-perout commercial ortist. RICHARD GOLDEN Richie . . . octive, outspoken . . . likes to down around . . . close friendt include Paul Knox. Trent Moronte, Francit Ward, Cynthio Robinton, and Kothy Reilly . . . enjoyt Chinese, Itolion ond Soul food, tinging, serving God, ond folk-rock musk . . . octive member of the librory Guild ond the Conqueror's Club . . . hot been on the Trock Team . . . ovid reader of suspense novels ond mysteries . . . plons to attend college.JOSEPH GOODFRIEND "Goody" . . . found in th company of Ken Soprano, Sandy larzidabal, Jo Monziom . Koron Stevens , . . easygoing, mild tempered— unless provoked, kooky , . "You know" . . . lists Mr. Tobio, football, Robert Frost, Gougoin os favorites . . . enjoys model cor rocing ond scuba diving . . , member of the Band, the Junior Orchestro, and St. Stephen's Acolyte Guild , . . looks for honesty ond determination in others . . . odmires Jo Nomoth ond Robert Kennedy , , . pet peeve: "experts" who octuolly know nothing . . , born under zodiac sign of leo . . . plans o coreer in teaching. MARJORIE GRAHAM Morgi . . . quiet, friendly, witty , . . Hotel Monk, Brenda Hampton ond Mo Gosier or among her close friends . . . o well-balanced libro . . . hobbies include sewing, swimming, skoting ond partying , . , odmires Joe Jones ond her mom most of oil . . . lists cooking os o pet peeve . . . enjoys jot , rock V roll, Itolion food, tennis ond mod clothing . . . Miss Dovis. Mrs. Rich ond Miss Meyerson rote highly with her . . , "I hov something to tell youl" . . . would like to become more talkative . . plans t© attend Montcloir State College to major in elementary education. GREGORY GRAMBY "Gromby" . . . likes the ottitud of friendliness ot Arts . . . has o peculiar hobit of topping on tables . . . odmires honesty in others ... his spar time is busily spent ot leonoro's house . . . friendly, easygoing, ond considerate or the words that best describe him . . . zodioc sign is Capricorn . . . has received o Vorsity letter . . . participated In soccer, trock, Dromo Club, Orchestra ond Bond activities , . . jozz does something to him . . . wears "cool" ond casual clothes . . . prejudice is the thing thot "irks" him . . . favorite teachers or Mist Abot. Mist David, Mr. Singer, ond Mr. Resile . . . favorite ortitt is Dionne Worwick . . . hongs with Reggie Mock, Doryl Matthews, Richard Stanton, Poul Smith, ond Itooc States . . . plans to enter the Air Force. DONALD GRAY "Cotton" . . . clot friends include Rondy James, Roger Tucker, Michelle Jones ... is o deep thinker . . . fond of Mrs. Rich, James Baldwin's books ond Yutef loteefs music . . . enjoyed The Autobiography of Malcolm X . . . favorite subject is history . . . Edwardian clothes ond basketball rot . . . hot two Vorsity letters for trock ond two Vorsity letters for botketboll . . . it olso o member of the Bond ond the Orchestro . . . usually found ot Pol's house . . , wot born under the sign of Gemini . . . would like to ottend Montclair Slot College to prepare for o coreer in teoching. BARBARA HALL ' Bobbie" . . . compassionate . . . born under the zodioc sign of libro . . - usually found in the company of Denis Edwards, Jo-Corolyn Slater, ond Claudette Ayers . . . fovorites include Sly ond the Family Stone, English, Mrs. Feldman, Chines food, ond art . . . enjoys studying human behovior . . . unlimited tost in clothing . . . appreciates the work of our Mr. Spindler . . . Th Temptations or tops . . . pet peeve: injustice . . . plant o fothion coreer beginning ot th Barbizon School of Modeling. DENNIS HALL "Den Den" . . . o charming boy who looms by listening . . , likes meeting people . . . o motion picture fan . . . ort, French, ond chemistry or great . , , "He who knows little, but listens to everything going on oround him will on doy know o lot" . . . member of th Trock Team ond th Physical Education Club . . . really plant to get oheod ... an art major . . . expects to go to Bloomfield College ond or to o fothion design school. 26WAITER HALL “Junior" . . . very smooth ond conservotivc . . . love bosketboll, frock. Korote, records ond collecting the "Temptotions" olbums . . . enjoy the newest ol foshions ond the company of Denise Slaughter . . . Pisces . . . it usually found ot the "Y" or working . . . Mayor of Arti High and vice-pretidenl of the Omicron Alpha Pli Fraternity . . . dote frieadi ore Elroy Darden, Carl Strond ond Reginald Rhodet . . . intends to further hit education ot Montclair State College. BRENDA HAMPTON Brenda . . . witty ond fun loving . . . usually teen with Mae Gotier. Ren e Morris, Hotel Monk and Brodford Branch . . . really enjoyt toul music, jaxt, fried chicken, ond pototo tolod, conservative clothing, basketball, ond dancing . . . includes sewing, pointing, ond boys among her hobbies . . . liked the doss of 70 most ond the small gym here at Arts least . . . Sogittorius . . . admires her porents os the greatest . . . pet peeve: ultra-cool people . . . lists Mrs. Neutt. Mrs. Tso ond Mr. Benevento ot her fovorite teachers . . . really enjoys the musk of Joe Bataan ond the works of James Boldwin . . . plont marriage at a life-long corner. KENNETH HICKS Kenny ... fun loving ond witty . . . close friends include Steve Di Blosio, Mike Berardi, and Brian Asornow . . . fond of Arts High assemblies ... a constant practical joker . . . member of the Track Team, the Band, ond the Orchestra . . . outside of school he's active In the D.S.O. Orchestra ... it most comfortable in catuol sport clothes . . . enjoyt folk music . . . anything edible suits him . . . pet peeve: conceited people . . . favorite teacher it Mr. Singer . . . would like o career in music . . . plan. to attend Montclair Stote College or Jull-liord School of Music. KEITH HARDY Keith . . . among hit closest friends ore Anthony Catugno, Reggie Mack, Trent Moront, and Mike De Mco ... a fun loving, emolionol, mischievous person . . . born under the sign of Scorpio . . . prefers tutoring, counseling, croft work, and composing music . . . nover tires of listening to Tchaikovsky's Sixth Symphony . . . Mrs. Ventkut and Mr. "C" ore hit favorite teachers ... on octive member of the Soccer Team, the Scope, ond the lab Assistants Club . . . participates in community functions . . . likes sincerity, responsibility, com petence and integrity in others . . . loves dosticol, romantic, ond contemporary music . . . plans to moke music education his career goal. VERGALINE HILL Toni . . . moody, fun, quiet . . . born under the sign of Sogittorius . . . counts Debbie DeNoult, Cynthia Robinson and loventrice For-row ot dote friends . . . would love to go to a finishing school . . . gospel music, mashed potatoes. tennis. Art IV, and different clothing reolly appeal to her . . . lists the Bible ot her fovorite book . . . active in the Red Cross, the librory Guild, the Service Committee, the Student Council and the Scope . . . member of the Conqueror's Club ond the Gospel Team ot her church . . . reolly appreciated Mr. Congeloti ond the biology dosses ot Arts . . . liked the homework least . . . would like to be on extremely hoppy person . . . plans o life-long career os on airline stewardess. 27NORMAN HURD Norman . . . born under the zodioc sign of Cantor . . . intelligent, witty, industrious. and easy to get along with . , , close friendi include Toni De Vone, Oeniie Day, Elroy Darden, lyn-nette Cooke, Carl Strond, and Waller Holl . . . on octive member of the Entertoinment Commit tee, the Student Council, ond the Block Culture Club . . . bobbin include chess. reading, ond music . . . con utuolly be found ot the Fuld Neighborhood House instructing the children in thot area . . . favorite toothers ore Mr. A. Thomas Carrel, ond Mr. William Pickett . . . enjoys shrimp and conservative clothing , , . outside of school, he is in the Omicron Alpha Psi Fraternity ond the Embracers, a singing group . , . plans to go to West Virginia State and major in music . . . would like to become o music teacher. MYRA HUBBARD "My Hubb" . . . friendly, honest, ond fun loving . . . o true Gemini . . . grooves in tho com pony of Denise Millmon, Shorron Tones, Poul Kno ond Yvonne Johnson . . , digs the Temps, soul ond Gospel music and hamburgers . . . ontici poles honesty ond respect in others . . . o jamming sister of the DelSo Sigma Tau Sorority . . . considers Miss Abos, Mrs. Rich, English ond gym as tops , , , odmires her parents most of all . . . ploys the piono and the organ in o rock V roll bond . . . hot been active In the Twiylers, Red Cross, yearbook staff ond Senior Closs Council . . . college bound. "Fly" . , . friendly, talkative, fun . . . con be found with Myra Hubbard, Shorron Jones, Toni De Vone, tynnelte Cook, lorry Robinson and Corl Strond . . . really enjoys soul music, spag hetti, football, English ond pants . , , hobbies include skating, sewing ond bowling . . . pet peeve: conceited ond phony people . . . octive member of the Twirlers ond many school com mittees . . . proud sitter of the Alpha Pti Epsilon Sorority . . . dislikes Arts High's school colors but enjoys the absence of o dress code . . . can be observed tolking on the phone or at a party dancing . , , Taurus, the bull , . . appreciates honesty ond friendliness in others . , , would like to attend college to become o tociol worker offer graduation. "Jennie" ... a true libro child . . . con be found tolking on the telephone or sleeping in her spore time , , . "Isn't that a pip?" . . • proud of her membership in the Notional Honor Society , , . member of Modern Dance Club, the Junior ond Senior Class Councils, the Co operative Council ond the Bond . . . hot on extreme dislike for two-foced people . . . likes enthusiasm in cheerleading . . . likes Mr. Gentile . . . respects Mu. Fetdmon ond Mrs. Hiller . . . comic books, onimols, meat and potatoes, Ed McBain, Sandy ond Minko, the Temptations and mini clothes really turn her an . . , chooses Debbie lowther, Gory Kinchelow, and Julie Markovich ot good friends. DENISE MICHELLE HILLMAN LYNNE JANIFER JOHN HUNTER "John-John" . . . honest, fun-loving ... a hard worker . . . counts Chris Bembry, Joe Burnett, and Pot Bell in hit circle of friends . . . a Capricorn . . . favorites include pool, bote boll, fried chicken and jott . , . lists tinging ot o hobby . . . The Autobiography of Mofco m X mode an impression upon him . . . "Solidl" . . . enjoyed the teachers ond students ot Arts most . . . usually found ot hit girl friend's house watching T.V. or engaging in fotcinoting conversation . . . would like to be like his father . . . member of the Omega Alpho Gamma Fraternity . . . really admires Mitt Henrietta Blount ... pet peeve: phony people ... hit ultimote gool is to become a computer pro grammer for I B.M. ALFORD JOHNSON Al , . , quiet, ambitious, easy to get along with . . . Merrill Thomas, Horold Francis, Reggie Mack, Craig Brown, ond Joe Jones ore omong hit close friends . . . hobbies include Karate and judo . . . joxx ortists lou Dona Ison, Yusef loteef ond Eddie Harris, Aretho Franklin, James Bold win and the book The Autobiography of Malcolm X really score with him . . . shrimp, Mr. Singer, bosketball, conservative clothes, ond U S. history keep him happy . . . octive Band ond Orchestra member . . . Kkes sincere people . . . utuolly found ot B.Y.O. jontmin' with beautiful block people . . . Gemini, the twinsl . . . will attend Berkeley School of Music after graduation. 28BETTIE JOHNSON 'Twtggy" . . . »Ki» true Cancer it olwoyt smiling . . . found with Oennlt Holl, Kothy Morrit, Wondo Roger . . . pastimes include towing, reoding ond dancing . . . among her favorilet or iamb chops, french friet, soul music, ond boys . . . active in Beta Phi Gamma ond the leaguers . . . the Red Cross, the Student Council ond the Senior Clots Council activities occupy her leisure hours . . . digs the friendly otmosphere ot Arts . . . plant to be o successful ond hoppy elementory school teocher . . . wonts to ottend a liberol ortt college. YVONNE JOHNSON "Bonnie" . . . quiet, shy, moody . . . finds the companionship of Annette Cunninghom, Vergo-line Hill, Trent Moront, lila Jung, Regina Young and Myro Hubbard most stimulating . . . hobbies are tennis, bowling, ond "porfying" . . . favorite teacher is Mrs. Rich . . . dislikes people who try to be something they're not . , . admires Anthony Beachum . . . listens to soul music . . • Temptations it her fovorite group . . . likes coMord greens ond cheese sandwiches . . . hos earned o tennis letter ond on A-pin . . . aside from school, her activities include o church choir, the leaguers, and "The Storiettes" . . . hot greot respect ond odmirotion for Mr. Pickett . . . stutters when she gets excited . . . Aquarius it her zodiac sign . . . village bound . . . plans to live owoy from home. CALVIN JONES "Chicken" . . . usually found with hit good friends Neil Bethea, ond Reggie Mack . , . born under the sign of leo the lion . . . reolly enjoys soul music, English, shrimp, botketboll and steak . . . "Whoft Happening?" . . . lists Mrs. Neutt ot hit favorite teocher . , . odmiret lou AJcindor most . . . hos been an octive member of the Botketboll Team and the Baseball Teom . , , eorned a Varsity letter in each sport . . . belongs to the Varsity Club , , , thinks the people ot Arts and the atmosphere are absolutely great . . , appreciates sincerity, honesty and per sonolity in others . . . college bound . , . expects to enter the commercial art field. JOSEPH JONES "Eddie" . . . very quiet . . . con be found in the company of Joe Best, Craig Brown. Atno Smith, or Romero Knight . . . considers soul food, boxing, people, Mr. Benevento, Mr. Calvin. Mr. Spindler, Picasso, ond Jomes Baldwin the greatest . . . "The Joneses ore stonedl" . . . likes people to hove pride in themselves . . . admires his parents and Margie Grohom ... on exhibiting orlist with shows in Newark ond New York to hit credit . . . marriage ond attending Newark School of Pine ond Industrial Art ore prospects for the future . . . plans o career as a commercial ortitl. MICHELLE JONES "Mickie" . . . crory, scintillating, hoppy I . . . leo, the lion, rules her life . . . Roxanne Tyler, Beverly Bronch ond Dennis Holl are among her close friends . . . hobbies include dancing, eating, reoding, ond boys . . . olwoyt reody to party . . . "Be Coolll" . . . jou, basketboll, corn bread, health, ond pants ore some of her fovor-itet . . . likes personality in others . . . admires Miss David quite a bit . . . olwoyt enjoys a clou with Mrs. Neuss , . . I.ked Arts High assemblies most and the cofeterio food least ... pet peeve: school . . . member of the Junior Orchestra and the Band . . . would like to ottend Pair-leigh Dickinson University ond become o nurse . hopes to be herself olwoyt. 29SHARRON JONES "Tonoh" . . . described herself os honest. fun-loving, friendly, and eosy lo gel along with , . . her dote friends ore fly Hillman, Myra Hubbord, Denite Doy, Toni DeVone, Carl Strond. Norman Hurd . . . hobbies indude tewing, singing, playing piano, and dancing . . , favorites are Marvin Coy, le Rol Jones, Miss Abos, Mrs Greene, jot , shrimp ortd rite, basketball, history and traditional dothing . . . active member of the Dance Club and the Pep Club . . , Aries it her sign . . . admires Miss David . . . lotin American Institute owolts her upon groduohon . . . would like to secure employment with one of the commercial oirlinet. LILA JUNG kilo . . . quiet, friendly and cooperative . . . hot a personality all her own . . . enoyt the company of Annetteo Cunningham, Marie Ceres and George Rossi . . . likes tennis and bicycle riding . . . digs the collegiote look, rock 'n' roll, jon. all kinds of food, and the "now generation" , . , moth ond Miss Meyerson rote with her , . . expects to be a moth major ot Montclair Stole College or Newark State College. RUSSELL KEENE "Scotty" ... hot tempered, moody, fun loving . . . usually found with Condi Shaw, Kelly McAdomt, and Merrill Thomas . . . Mrs. Rich, John Steinbeck, fencing, karote, tennis, ond sfeok are wonderful ... a proud holder of on A-pin and throe Varsity letters . , , admires Condi Shaw the most . . . looks for honesty ond aggressiveness In others . . . has been active on the basketball, tennis, ond fencing teams . . . hopes to pursue a coreer in the C.I.A. after obtaining his degree ot Villa nova University. ROGER KENNEDY "Rog" . . . sincere and easygoing . . . a dose friend of John Strickland, Wolter Hall, Neil Bethea, and Dennis Holl ... on avid fan of Yusef loteef ond James Baldwin . . . fond of ion, sieok, history, rock V roll ond Mrs. Rich . . . Sat been octive In the Student Council . . . member of the Bosketboll Team ond the Trock Team ... a proud brother of the Omicron Alpho Psi Fraternity , . . born under the sign of Sagittarius ... pet peevei phonies . . . plans to ottend either Howard University or Hompton Institute. MICHAEL KIDD Mike . . . reserved ond creotive . . . seeks the company of Keith, Mary, Trudy, Greg, ond Doug . . . born under the todioc sign of Pisces . . . is fond of lotin soul music, Mr. Odell, soul food, ond world history . . . hot o hobit of biting his nails . . . appreciates the work of Modigliani , . . actively participates in the Kung fu Karote Club . . . o football non . . . has respect for people with individuality . . . college bound . . . wonts to prepare for a legal career. GARY KINCHELOW "Kinch" . . . witty and different . . . usually found with Bob Ciccone, lynne Jenifer, ond At no Smith . . . enjoys girls, horseback riding, good records, ond money . . . favorites include English. Mrs. Greene, o dorker thode of Block, ond Ch Guevera ... pet peeves: naive and phony people . . . utuolly at home doing nothing . . . loves Arts High students the most . . . con't stand the gym . . . looks for all types of beouty in people . . . college bound ... plans to prepare for a coreer ot o lawyer. 30ROMERO KNIGHT Romero . . . friendly end tomewhot quiet . . . uwolly teen with Joe Jonet . . . ployt in the Bond . . . member of the Swimming Team ond the Troth Teom . . . o Center boy . . . outtide of sthool he it involved in the lo-Sonit Bond ond the leoguert . . . enjoyt the mutit of Sly ond the Fomily Stone, ond the Temptotiont . . . Mr. Singer it one of hit fovoritet . . . plont to ottend Morgen Stole College ot o mutit major. CATHY KRAVARIK "Kotio" . . . rofet Mercedet Serrano ond Rote anne lunth at her belt friendt . . . hobbiet ore hortebotk riding, tolletting modern retordt, ond reoding . . . tommunity octivitiet intlude the Iron bound Ambulante Squod and St. Cotimir't C.Y.O. . . . liket to litten to mutit by the Beotlet . . . Virgo . . . favorite teothert ore Mrt. loior ond Mr. Retile . . . regordt Moiort ot the greotett compoter . . . ditliket people who won't try new thingt, but liket people who ore open-minded . . . will ottend Monttloir State College . . . wontt to be a profettional mutician. PAUL KNOX Known offettionotely ot "Poblo" ... hot o deep bott voite . . . ton be found “honging" with Cynthia Cuffie, Sondy Byert, Cheyenne Dovit. Trent Moronte, Marie Ceret, Richard Colden ond Roger Tutker . . . ployt both piano ond orgon . . . hot itudied voice for three yeort . . . hot o toft tpot for Dionne Warwick ond the Temptotiont . . . Cancer . . . pretident of Notional Honor Society . . . Arti repretenfo tive ot the City Youth Council . . . member of the Dromo Club ond the Moth Club . . . hot the courage of hit conviction! . . . other fovoritet ore Mitt Meyerton, Ernetl Hemingwoy. ond Mitt Abot . . . plont to mojor in mutit education ot Montclair State. ROCCO LABATO "Rocky" ... fun loving, eotygoing . . . utuolly found with Joe Warren, Mike Berardi and Jimmy Soldo . . . enjoyt Solvodor Doli, football and doncet . . . active in the C.Y.O. ond Euex County Teen Council . . . born under Tourut . . . "Fronkly, I don't core" . . . contidert the teothert the bett . . . pet peeve: immature and phony people . . . hotel the gym here . . . undecided about hit future plant but it contidering both college ond the United Stotet Novy, STEVE KONARSKI "Felix" . . . kind ond contiderote . . . born under the tign of Gemini . . . Tom lo Paro, Nyyo lork, ond louit Bunucci ore dote friendt . . . on avid record collector . . . thoroughly enjoyed The Good forth . . . enjoyt hord rock, Italian food, football ond Mr. Spindler . . . anticipate! consideration in ©there . . . appreciates the work of Monet . . . hot greotett odmira-fion for Felix Coveliri . . . hot enjoyed ort the most ond olgebra the leott . . . plont to ottend the School of Vitool Art . TOM LA PARA Tommy . . . o per ton in love with life ond people . . . proud of hit friendthip with Joe Minutoli, Louit Bunucci, Fronk Riceio, ond Ermo-Undo Coputo . . . good mutic oppeolt to him . . . fovoritet include Mitt Meyerton, Edgar Allan Poe, In CoId B ood, mothemotict, Itolion food, ond bate boll . . . being o member of a muticol group occupiet hit time outtide school . . . plont to mojor in mothemotict ot Foirleigh Dickinson Univertity. 31NYYA FEUECIA LARK Ny . . . sensitive, talkative . . . a lover of peace, beauty and intelligence . . . uiuolly teen with April Showers. Debra Smitko, or Ann Eng . . . enjoyi witchcroft, her guitar, rock and mood music, ort and poetry . . . Mr. Spindler, Mrs. Tso. and Miss Abos rote highly with her . . . odmiret her mother — a symbol ©I goodness . . . favorites include Tolkien, Faulkner, Ben Shon and Peter Max. plays Or musicals, musk, steak, seofood. cor racing. English, scienco, ort and odd clothing . . . dislikes plastic people . . . member ol the Tennis Club, the Red Cross, the Chess Club ond the lob Assistants Club , . , admires honesty, love, and unselfishness In others . . . would like to live in NYC. DON LESKIW "Koto" . . . close friends include Cynthia Robinson, James McAdams, Russell Keene, Jomes Soldo. Torn Sierant, and Kothy Reilly . . . enjoys hearing o good minister, reading the Bible, or studying electronics . . . lists soccer, sacred musk, Mrs. Neuss, Mr. Steisel, King David os favorites . . . admires Posfor Willcox ... on A-pin holder . . . activities include the Stage Crew, the Conqueror's Club, the Swimming Teom ond the Gospel Teom . . . considers the ability to stond for a cause on admirable troit . . . born under Scorpio . . . plans to entor Newark College ol Engineering . . . looks forward to o missionary coreer in the Orient. JERRY LOFTON Smiling, hard working, ond generous . . . grooves to the "Now" sound of music, sweet-tasting foods and bosketboll . . . born under the xodiac sign of leo . . . favorite teacher is Miss Meyer son . . . on avid penny collector ... pet peeve mothemotics . . . hos enjoyed the teachers ond the students ot Arts tremendously . . . odmires his mother most of oil . . . enjoys the work of Mr. Spindler ond the outhor John Steinbeck . . . usually found working os a pin-chaser , , . plans to attend Rutgers-Newark to prepare for o career as on art teocher. DEBORAH OLIVIA LOWTHER Debbie . . . studious, sweet ond pleosing to meet . . . numbers lynne Jenifer, Roxanne Wil-Uoms. and Mkhele Baker omong her closest friends . . . enjoys skoting, sewing, music, and ort . . . favorites include Jomes Baldwin, The Fi e Next Time, math ond French ... an avid doll collector . . . loves to tot shrimp , . . has given much of her time to the Glee Club, the Volleyboll Club, and the Orchestra . . . hos found the atmosphere ot Arts to her liking . , . looks forward to college ond expects to become an elementary school teacher. ROSEANN LYNCH "to" . . . friendly, fun-loving ond talkative . . . chooses Mercedes Serrano, Debbie Smisko ond Cathy Kravorik os good companions . . . odmires Mrs. Rkh and Mr. Gentile . . . fovorite subjects ore English ond history ... pet peeve: phony people . . . loves jazz ond soul music . . . Irish food is heavenly . . . will never forget lotin II . . . future plans include secretarial school troining ond a coreer in that field. REGINALD MACK Known to oil ot Reggie . . . frequently seen with Dory I Matthews. Neil Bethea, ond Calvin Jones . . . The Temptations, Mr. Spindler ond James Baldwin really turn him on ... a proud brother of the Omkron Alpho Pei Froternity . . . likes chicken, moth, ond bosketboll ... pet peeve: history . . . octive in sports, he hos received four Vorsity letters . . . true Aquarius . . . quiet, friendly, ond sincere . . . would like to further his educotion ot college offer graduation and expects to reside eventually in Philadelphia. 32JULIANA MARKOVICH Julio . . . a tlncere, ond congenlol Virgo . . . uiuolly in the company of Svtan lonier, Oobro Sm'nko, Nyyo lork. Ann Eng, ond lynne JonHer . . . enjoy led Zeppelin, Mr. Pe ile, humonltie ond opple itrudel . . . pet peeve: two-foced people . . . admire »elf retpect ond honetty in other . . . o proud member ol the National Honor Society , . . “Oh, Sugar"' . . . ho been involved in the Orcheitra, Scope, ond Vignette octivitic . . . enjoy litlening to record ond foking ride . . . write poetry . . . college bound . . . o career in teaching i her gool. DARYL MATTHEWS "Iceberg"' . . intelligent, friendly . . . core about hi per onal oppearonce . . , dote friend include l oac Stole , Reggie Mock and Wolter Hall . . . "'Who!' Happening, Dod?" . . . Herbie Mann, tleak and milk thoket, trock, humonitie clou, football ond good clothe ore among hi favorite . . . Yvonne Wile i tomeone tpeciol , . . hat won letter for baikctball ond track . . . brolhor of the Omicron Alpha Rti Fraternity, acting o Deon of Pledgee . . . born under the tign of Virgo . . . diiliked detention at Art moit . . . utually found ot Yvonne' houte vltitlng or at Untermonn Field running lap . . . plant to attend Holton Uriveuity at a political tdence major ... if he ever become wealthy enough, he'd like to live on on itlond in the Caribbeon. JAMES McADAMS "Kelly" . . . tomewhat reticent, but worm ond friendly when you get to know him . . . con- idert Scotty Keene, Sandy Greenberg, Tom Sie-rant, Oon leikiw, and Merrill Thoma o hit doteit friend . . . appreciate the work of Rembrondt, Robert Frojt, Mr. Spindler, ond Mr . Neu t . . . groove to folk mulic, Joponete food, tenni . art, and karate . . . utually found bockttage practicing karate . . . hot given much of hit time to the Stage Crew, the Tenni Team, the Boteboll Team, and the Swimming Team . . . proud holder of on A-pin . . . plant to enter the United Stole Navy. JOSEPH MINUTOll "Joe" . . . o date friend of Tom la Paro, lou Benucci ond Fronk Riccio . . . born under Tourut . . . enjoy botketboll, Italian food, contemporary mutic. Mi » Meyerton, and math . . . oppreciote the work of Da Vinci and Robert Frott ... in the Bond ond the Orcheitro . . . play bote ball and botketboll . . . hot enjoyed the faculty moil ot Art and the gym the leo l . . . o member of the C.Y.O. . . . college bound to prepare for o career in bu»i-nett odminiitration. HAZEL MONK "Freihie" . . . kooky, crary . . . good friend are Margie Grahom, Claudette Ayer , lenore Brown, Brenda Homplon, ond Mae Gotier . . . favorite include toul mutic, boy . Soul on fee. boiketboll, tpoghetti ond Itolian hotdogi . . . a Copricorn . . . enjoy the mutic of Itooc Hoyct ond Joe Botaan eipeciolly . . . admire mom mo»t . . . "Hey, cooil Whot" happenin'?" . . . like to tew, dance and gottip . . . active member of mony ichool committee . . . would like to be a perton who know what the want ond how to get it . . . plan marriage, children ond o residence in New Mexico In her future. TRENT MORANT "Terence" . . . contidered a "nut" . . . friend include Soroh Willcox, Mory O'Neol, Corol Fort ney, Myro Franklin . . . find folk mutic, jozz, dancing, ham ond potato loladt enjoyable . . . alto contider Mit Abo . Gob or Zobo, and weird outfit favorite ... To Kill o Mockingbird . . . pet peeve: temperamental kid with brain . . . activitie include the French Club, the Sponiih Club, the Ounce Club, and the Drama Club . . . find time tpent in the Conqueror ' Club rewording . . . like onolyxing people . . . born under the tign of Tauru . . . like dromotk, dynamic, pertonalitiet . . . plant to attend We»tmin ter Choir College . . . both teoching ond performing ore important in hit future plant. 33KATHRYN PATRICIA MORRIS Kothy . . . dose friends include Leonora Reeves. Michelle Boker, Bettie Johnson, Eorlene Campbell. Bev Brooch ond PJ . . . odmitet her mother ond fother . . . loud ol times but con be very serious . . . utuolly found wotching TV Of portying ... on octive porticiponl in Junior ond Senior Clou Council . . . Orchestra, Student Council ond Cheering Squod . . . enjoys pork chops, Isooc Hoye» ond the Delfonict . . . plans to attend Temple University . , . hopes for o career os o social worker. GAIL MARIE MOTLEY "You'd better be cool" . . . co-coptoin of the Cheering Squad, president of the African Culture Club . . . ping-pong, chess, swimming ond people ore omong her fovorites . . . enjoys being with people who hove goals ond strive for them . . . Grocie Willioms, Glenda Storks, ond lindo Cop-tain are her good friends . . . has found the teaching of Mist Abos ond Mr. Toblo outstanding . . . pet peeve it selfish people . . . plans to major in special education ot college. DOUGLAS NORRIS "Duke" . . . friendly, humorous, cheerful . . . utuolly seen with Neil Berheo. Itooc Stoles . . . enjoys bosketboll, cheeseburgers, conservative clothing, ond Block history . . . fovorites include Mrs. Rich, Jock London, ond Mr. Spindler . . . likes the people ot Arts . . . admires hit brother . . . usually found ot home listening to records . . . plans to major in business administration ot Seton Holl University. CAROLYN NORULAK "Corolyn" . . . friendly, kind, considerote . . . enjoys being with Rita Robinson, Astrid Feral. Debro Smitko, Judy Refiling, and April Showers . . . fovorites include Bob Dylon, Cotcher in the Rye, Picasso, Mr. Singer, and Miss Abos . . . usually found ot home reading or sewing . . . octive member of the Tennis Club, the Bond, the Red Cross, ond the Bowling Club ... pet peeve: foke people . . . would like to live in Californio some day but home it good enough for now . . . hopes to mojor in home economics ot Monte loir Stole College. MARY O'NEAL Friendly, kind ond helpful . . . enjoys the com pony of loventrice Farrow, Corol Fortney, Paul Knox, ond Mike De Meo , . . fond of Mrs. Greene, Mrs. Rich, macaroni and cheese, ond James Baldwin . , . admires her mom most of oil . . . extracurricular activities include the Glee Club,- the Science Club ond various committees . . . hos enjoyed the "togetherness" of Arts' seniors the most . . . disliked the intensely cold auditorium ... pet peeve: disrespectful people ... it octive In her church choir . . . works os o cosmetic representative on o part-time basis . . . plant to ottend college ot an English major. LESLIE PHILLIPS "Cod" Let . . . on Aries child . . . utuolly found with Foye Powell. loVern Woters, or Roxanne Tyler . . . shopping in New York gives her much pleasure . . . enjoys poptldet, mod clothing, jazz ond rock musk . . . o member of the Orchettro ond the Frethmon Honors Moth Club ... Mr. Pesile and music in generol ore special . . . admires intelligence ond the obillty to express opinions in o pertvosive manner . . . plant o career ot o scientist . . . hopes to complete her education ot Temple University. 34DEBORAH RANDOLPH Oebbie . . . quiet, ihy, yet carefree . . . born under the lign of Aries . . , hobbies include ploying records and knitting . . , really likes pizzo. the color yellow, slock sets, and footboll . . . pet pee»e: the roce problem . . . odmires personality in others . . . Claudio ond Gray Eoson ore specie' in her circle of friends . . . plans o career os a clerical worker or bookkeeper after graduation. ROBIN RATINER Friendly ond outgoing . . . born under the zodiac sign of Scorpio . . . prefers the company of Barbara Rice and Judy Rehling . . . odmits to the peculiar habit of talking without taking a breath . . . fond of Chinese food. Miss Abos. Mrs. Rich, ond french fries . . . odmires her porents most of oil . . . "for reolly" . . . looks for the troits of honesty ond sincerity in others . . . member of the Volleyboll Team, the Tennis Club, Student Council, the Scope staff and the Junior Closs Council ... a proud member of the National Honor Society . . . plans to attend college as a moth major. LEANORA REEVES "lee" . . . fun to be with, easygoing . . . o true Sagittarius . . . considers Bev Bronch. Gregory Gramby, Earlene Campbell, ond Kothy Morris among her best friends . . . soul music, basketball, cheeseburgers ond french fries, done ing ond casual clothes reolly turn her on . . . hobbies include talking on the phone, sewing ond shopping . . . likes the "cool" teochers ot Arts most, the food least . . . Aretho franklin. Miss Abos. ond Jomes Baldwin rate highly with her . . . odmires her mom . . . sister of Oelto Sigma Psi , . . oppreciotes honesty ond sincerity in others ... on the Volleyball Team ... a Vignette stoff member . . . plons o career as o legol secretary. JUDY REHLING "Nudie Drooper" . . . quiet, timid, but very friendly . . . loves people . . . hongs with a crowd consisting of Nyyo lork, Jon Yablick. Robin Refiner, ond Rorbora Rice . . . conceited people provoke her . . . favorite teachers are Miss Abos ond Mr. Spindler . . . hos been on octive member of the Volleyboll Team, the Tennis Club, the Student Council, the Junior Class Council, and the Biology lob Assistants Club ... in her spare time, she just enjoys life ond everyone oround her . . . Cancer . . . enjoys books which hove o deep meoning . . . craves pizzoll . . . plons a life-long career in ort. KATHY REILLY Kothy . . . enjoys the compony of Cynthio Rob inson, Darryl Trimiew, and Myra franklin . . . fond of the works of Cezonne ond Edgar Allon Poe . . . favorites include cheeseburgers, Mrs. Furst, Pastor Willcox, ond dossicol music . . . an octive member of the Red Cross, the Service Committee ond the Student Council . . . admires honesty ond frankness in others . . . loves to sew ... is active in the Conquerors, the Gospel Team and OAC work . . . would most like to be a person who stands up for what she believes in . . . college-bound with o career in nursing os her uhimote goo I. REGINALD RHODES "Reggie" . . . easy going, friendly ond conservative . . . o bosketboll ond footboll fan . . . rotes Wolter Moll os his favorite pal . . . fashion wise, he prefers casual attire . . . hos the greatest admiration for Mr. Pickett . . . favorite books are those relevant to today's society . . . enjoys cokes, milk shokes. borbeque potato chips ond hero sondwkhes . . . ' Be yourself" . . . grooves to jazz ond rock music . . . best subjects ore vocal music ond orranging . . . hopes to continue his study of music. 35BARBARA RICE Borb . . . quiet, thy, lunloving ond serious . . . dot friends include Robin Rotiner, Debro Smisko. Judy Rehling, April Showers, ond Koren Pojok . . . enjoys rending, Itolion food, tewing, writing thort itoriet. Englith, science . . , favorites include Peter Mo . Williom Shoketpeore. Mr. Odell, Mrt. lozor, Mr. Petile ond Mitt Abot ... pet peeve prejudiced people . . oworded o letter for Tennis Club participation . . . member of the Scope staff ond the Orchettro . . . would like to teach Englith in high school . . . plans to offend Jersey City State College. VIRGINIA RIVERA Ginnie . . . o barrel of fun, yet she hot her serious moments . . . lists good friends os Wanda Rogers ond April Showers . . . hobbies ore dancing, reoding, talking, swimming . . . fovorites include Roy Barett©, Piri Thomas, Mrs. Tto, Mrs. Neust, Italian food. English, casual clothing . . . a libro person . . . odmires her parents the most . . . octive member of the Dance Club ond the Student Council . . . hopes to ottend the Fothion Institute of Technology to prepare for o coreer in the fothion world. CYNTHIA ROBINSON Cyn . . . sincere, thoughtful . . . friends include Debbie De Nault, Vergoline Hill, Kothy Reilly, Don leskiw, Elizobeth Wielgut, Richard Golden, ond Berniro Brown . . . hobbies are reading, singing, walking and talking . , , likes Miss A bos, Mr. Benevento, Salvador Dali, the Bible. The Great Gofsby, ond English . . . octive mem mer of the Dance Club, the Red Cross, the Conquerors, the Gospel Team ond Open Air Campaigners . . . plans to ottend Covenont College to pursue a coreer in the missionary field . . . eipectt to live in Africa or on on Indian Reservation in future years. LAWRENCE ROBINSON lorry . . . quiet sometimes . . . always smiling . . . good friends include Corl Strand, Isaac Stotes, Denise Hillmon, ond Bridgette Walker . . . enjoys socializing at dances ond porties . . , likes fine ort, history, chicken, soul music, ond football . . . fovorites include Cry, the Beloved Country, Ernest Hemingway ond contemporary clothing , . . "What's Hoppeningf' . . . Miss Abas and Mr. landsman rose highly . . . hat been octive in the Black Culture Club, the Photography Club and the Dromo Club ... on the Fencing Team, the Soccer Team ond the Track Teom . . . a proud member of the ©micron Alpha Psi Fraternity . . . dislikes corny people . . . Gemini . . . usually found ot the "Y" . . . wants to be o successful person and live in lot Angeles, Californio, offer graduation from John F. Kennedy College RITA ROBINSON "Bookie" . . . Sagittarius . . . enjoys the company of Richard Golden, Carolyn Norulok. ond Mary O'Neal . . . loves tinging, pointing, tewing, and skating ... Mr. Spindler is tops , . . fond of the works of Killent . . . hot been octive in the Red Cross and the librory Guild ... pet peeve: phonies . , . suffers from periods of silliness . . . odmires tincere friendliness in others . . . plans to ottend Nework State College to prepare for o coreer os a librorion. VALENCIA LENNETT RODGERS Vol . . . usually found with Morilyn Goynor, Bridget Wolker ond Deboroh Bowers . . . e tro-curricular activities include the Glee Club, the Red Cross, the Yearbook stoff, the Scope, ond the Student Council . . . enjoys oil types of music . . . outside of school, the is involved in "Y" activities ond church work . . . member of Alpha Psi Epsilon Sorority . . . most admires her grond-parents . . . loves to cook ond sew . . . plant to ottend college at a music major. 36WANDA ROGERS "Hoiry" . . . conservofive, unpredictable, and ambitious ... a Sogittarion . . . usually found with lynne Janifer, Sharon Talloy ond Claudette Ayers . . . quit fond of shrimp, Isaac Hoyes. Block history ond toft music ... Mr. Petile ronkt highest in her book . . . listening to records or sleeping ore her particular pleoturet . . . admirei honesty and loyolty in others . . . plant to ottend college os a physical thcropy major. GEORGE ROSSI George , . . concerned, opinionotcd, jovial . . . depends upon Joe Giordano, Debra Smitko. and Nyyo lark for sparkling conversations . . . Julie Markovich is special . . . enjoys music of all kinds, comfortable clothing ond Will Coppy . . . lists Mr. Pickett as a fovorite . . . "How much do we know?" . . . active debotor ... in the Drama Club and the Photography Club . . . member of a rock group colled "We, the People" . . , liked the people at Arts most, the censorship least . . . born under the sign of Gemini , . . usually found ot hit house ploying the guitor . , plant o college career ond hopes, one doy. to reside in o house on o hill overlooking rhe city. DONNA ELAINE SANDERS Donno . . . o very friendly outgoing person who is considerate of others ... her best friends ore Randy Smith, Roger Thomos. Candy Show, ond Borboro Hall . . . likes ort ond English . . . pontt ond Africon garb are her fovorite clothes . . . chili dogs ore greot . . . Block Roge, Mr. Spindler, Sly, Yusef loteef, and Arthur Pryiock are the best . . . octive in the Glee Club, the fencing Club, Three-Dimensional Art Club . . . secretary of the Africon Culture Club . . mem ber of the Block Youth Organization . . . plans o career in nursing. MERCEDES SERRANO "Mercy" . . . describes herself as friendly, folko five, and sincere . . . her good companions are Alicia Alfonso, Kathy Kravorik, Rosanne lynch, and Verona Rozot . . . o daydreamer, the finds pleasure in sculpturing ond pointing . . . favorites include Rembrondt, Miss Abot. dancing. Cone With the Wind, football, ond English . . . admires her porents . . . looks for sincerity and intelligence in others . . . plons to continue her education to prepare for a career in fashion designing. CANDANCE SHAW "Condi" . . . dote friends include Russell Keene. Roger Tucker ond lindo Erwin . . . enjoys listening to various types of music and doing fashion illustrations in her spare time . . . enjoys swimming, sewing, ond cooking . . . engages actively in Jehovah's Witnesses house to house ministry . . . favorite singers ore Richard Horris, Jose Feliciano ond the Beatles . . . likes to shop ond travel in the Village . . . Cancer is her sign , . . finds English, ort, ond Spanish most interesting . . . would like to be o typist or attend rhe Fashion Institute of Technology. APRIL SHOWERS "Rain-maker" . . . worm, considerate and peace loving . . . can be found with Ann Eng, Debro Smisko, Nyyo lork, Barbara Rice, or George Rossi . . . enjoys writing songs, ploying the guitor listening to blues and heavy rock, eating tpoghetti ond being with the students ond teachers ot Arts . . . favorites include Picosto, Normon Moiler, Miss Abos ond English . . . admires her sister Deb most ... pet peeve people who ore always late . . . looks for kindness in others . . . Aquarius . . . usuolly found on the sun porch, doing homework Or watching T.V. . . . will ottend Newark Stole College. 37THOMAS SlERANT Tommy ... or octiv member of the Stog Cr w . . . considers Mory Swiorot, io«»i Mr Adomt, Don letkiw, Robin Rolinor and Jody Rehling ot dot ottociotet . . . odmirot o tonic of homo and honctty in ofHcr people . . . thinkt of Kimtclf ot 'other tlobborn though congeniol ot limot . . . really digt Picotto, S.gmund Freud, moon, modern ond folk mutic. art. science ond anything comfortob'e . . . Mr . Vertkot ond Mr. Stciiel ore among hit fovorit teochert . . . cort ond the fine Arlt High girlt ore important in hit life . . . hopet to attend Newark College of Engineering or Rutgcn Uni. versify . . . plant a career in automotive engineering. CAROLYN SLATER "Sherry" . . . o quiet, contiderate, person . . . friend t include Robert Newton, Condi Show. Hotel Monk, Vikki Collin and Borboro Hall , . . enjoyt pointing, making cloth , reading, tout mu tic, ond vanilla ice creom . . . Mr. Spindler, Mrt. T o, Charlotte Bronte, art, typing, ond drop-ing ore on her Hit Porode hit . . . plant o career in fothlon detigning . . . hopet to ottend Newark School of Fine and Induttriol Art. DEBRA LYNN SMISKO Debbie . . . Borboro Rice, Nyyo lork, April Showert, and Roger Tucker ore member! of her crew . . . born under the tign of Ariet . . . enjoyt Hungarian food, Mrt. laiar, moviet. Mr. Bonevento ond art ... it fond of hortebock riding . . . hot great odmirotion for Pete' Mot . . . "So, onywoy" , . . enjoyt the work of Shirley Jockton, Klee. Wyeth, and Colder . . . hot been on active member of the Pho togrophy Club ond the Chett Club . . . o National Honor Society member , . . couldn't itond the cofeterio food . . . lookt for untelfithnest ond contiderotion in othert . . . plant to ttudy commercial ond grophic ort. ATNO NEWMAN SMITH "Rebel” . . . o true roc man . . . con be rather radical ot timet . . . chumt include Croig Brown, Rolph Colemon, and Georg Rotti . . . reolly digt people, reading, ort and basketball . . . groovet to rock 'n' roll ond tool mutk . . . an ovid photography fon . . . hot won a Voruty letter for tennit . . . odmirot Huey P. Newton ond Mark Rudd the mot . . . enjoyed reading Black Rage, Mofcofm X, ond Afrod . . . "Power to the People" . . . undecided obout hit future plant. PAUL SMITH Smitty . . . friendly, determined . . . Rket to hove hit own way . . . clot friendt include lynne Jonifer, Dennis Holl and Richord Stanton . . . enjoyt pop mutic. botketboll, the Tempto fiont ond tpoghefti ond meat bollt . . . fovoritet or A Tof of Two Crfrei, orchettrotion, Edgor Allan Poe, thirtt ond tiet, ond Von Gogh . . . Mr. long rotei high in hit book . . . ditliket nosey people ond butybodiet . . . hot been octiv in the Vortity Club ... on the Soccer. Botketboll ond Trock Team! ... hot won letter ond medolt in each of fhete tportt . . . Ariet . . . no telling where he can be found or whot hell be doing . . . liket honesty In others . . . hotet leaving Art . . . plont to be o success-ful person with a "cool" bochelor apartment. JAMES SOLDO Jimmy . . . born under the tign of Concer . . . depends on Scotty and Kelly. Rocco loboto. Mike ond Jo for fun ond gomes . . . admire! hit dod ... pet peeve: people who ho odvic for everything ond hove experienced nothingl . . . reolly enjoyt ort ond comfortable clothing . . . octiv on the Swimming Team ond the Tennit Teom . . . usually found ot "The Club" enjoying himself . . . ploying football ond tleigh riding ore great woyt to spend leitur hour . . . would like to understand himtelf better . . . hopet to ottend Newark School of Fin ond Industrial Art . . . will tpeciolii in commercial ort. 38RICHARD STANTON Ricky . . . contervotive. teriout ... on oil-oround good kid . . . con be found with good friend Poul Smith, Dennit HoII. Doryl Motthew . l»ooc Store , ond Neil Betheo . . . enjoy »teok, Pfoyboy mogoxine, hittory, mw»ic, bo ketboll ond cor racing . . . "You got thot right" ... Mr. Shapiro and Mr. Singer rote highly with him ... a Capricorn . . . ho won Var ify and Junior Vortity letter in ba kctball, track ond occer . . . liked the female at Art moil, the »mall gym and cafeteria leo»t . . . want to be o rich, retpected per on . . . plan to ottend o midweitern ichool , . . expect to arronge ond teoch muiic. CARL PATRICK STRAND "Cool" Corl . . . a friendly, intelligent Gemini . . . look to Walter HoII. lorry Robinton ond Bridgette Wolker for convenation ond good com ponionthip . . . Englith, modern clothing, botket boll, chicken and rock or joxz ore among hit favorite . . . Mr . Rich and Mi t Abo rote highly with him . . . pet-peeve: conceited people . . . litft Mr. Spindler o hi favorite artitt . . . hobbie include girl ond dancing . . . liked the jammin' Clou of '70 be»t ot Art . . . wtuoUy found ot the "Y" dancing . . . active in our Student Council ond the Block Culture Club . . . pretident of Omicron Alpha P i fraternity . . . plont to ottend college . . . will enter the field of commercial ort. ROBERT STASIAK Bob . . . competent in any portion he tett out to fill . . . Aquoriu . . . hone»ty, tincerity ond o tenie of humor ore characterise he require in oil friend . . . o ociote» with Joe Warren, Rocco lobato, ond Mike Berordi . . , hole thow-offt . . . dig car , playing pool, elatikal organ, barbequed tteok, Mr. Cattelluccio, Mr. Steitel and Englith clattci . . . earned Vortity letter for boieball . . . Sen. Edwin Mutkie ho earned hi reipect ond admiration . . . plon to ottend o local college . . . hot great expectation of becoming a high tchool Englith teocher. ISAAC STATES "Ike" ... on outgoing, confident perton . . . utuolly teen with Doryl Matthew , lo Vern Woten. Neil Betheo. Poul Smith, ond Reggie Mock . , . hobbie include botketboll, trock. ond bowling . . . fovorite ore Mr. Spindler, le Ro Janet, ond Mr. long . . . enjoy oul mutic. chemittry, hamburger , comervotrve clothe , ond Herbie Mann . . . octive member of the Africon Culture Club, the Intramural Vanity Club and the Trock Teom . , . look for friendline ond tincerity in other . . plon to become on electronic engineer upon groduofion from Newark College of Engineering. JOHN STRICKLAND Ambitiout, energetic, ond friendly . . . dotett friend ore Michael Thomot ond Roger Kennedy . . . litft reading Block literature ond lillening to jaiz omong hi poitime . . . odmiret lew Akindor ond le Roi Jone . . . enjoy working with underprivileged Block children . . . ol»o ho on interett in the martial ort . . . ho received letter in bote ball, botketboll ond bond . . . leo . . . teek a career in law . . . will mojor in politico! tcience ond minor in Afro-American hittory ot college . . would like to attend graduate tchool. JOHN SWIDINSKY Johnny . . . ombitiou ond very punctual . . . choice of friendt include Sergio Alvarex . . . admire Pretident Nixon . . . look for honetfy. loyalty ond punctuality in Other . . . favorite teocher it Mr . Furtt . . . contider hi clothing to be collegiote . . . outtide octivitie include member hip in the Americon Philotelic Society ond the American Topical Aitociation . . . fovorite tubject ore hittory ond chorut . . . Virgo ... oil type of mutic ond tutpente novel ore hit fovorite form of entertainment . . . plon to ottend Seton Hall Univertity to prepare for a career ot a butinett odminittrotor. 3VDENISE TAYLOR "Necci" . . . do friend of Kotrino ond Berthenia Bonks. l lo Jung ond Mory Cunning hom . . . Copricorn it her zodioc sign ... on avid fan of Jomes Boldwin ond Mrs. Ntvu . . . loves stuck , . Tom Jones is greet ... on octive inter of the Delta Sigmo Tow Sorority . . . plons to continue her educotion of Montclair Stote College os o music mojor. MERRILL THOMAS "Tommy" . . . sincere, understanding ond often fronk . . . born under the zodioc sign of Virgo . . . lists Bette Brown, Alford Johnson, John Stricklond, ond Percy Hunter os his closest friends . . . hobbies include photography, racing, ond korote ... on octive member of the Photog rophy Club, the Track Team, the Publicity Com mi tree ond the Student Council ... has received o Junior Varsity letter for trock . . . looks for sincerity, honesty, understanding, ond warmth in others ... is usually found in the library studying . . . fovorite entertainment it girl-watching . . . would like to further hit educo lion ot Seton Hall University. MICHAEL THOMAS Mike . . . wonderful personality ... has o good sente of humor . . . usually found with John Stricklond. Reggie Mock, and lorry Smith . . . interests ore football, basketball, ond listening to jozz . . . fovorite T V. shows ore "Mission Im possible" ond "The Bill Cosby Show" . . . o Copricorn . . . two years of Vorlity Basketball ond three years in the Bond have kept him occupied during leisure hours . . . loves steak ond spore ribs . . . mast enjoyed hormony classes with Mr. Pesile . . . odmires Mr. Gentile ond Wilt Chamberlain . . . would like to attend Montclair State College os o music mojor . . . hopes to become a jozz musician. ROXANNE TYLER Roxie . . . o close friend of Grace Willioms. Roger Tucker, Alice Beverly, Clorence Willioms ond oil of her sorority sisters . . . enjoys lotin music, Mrs. Furst, Fred Astoire, ond English . . . has made on active contribution to the Junior and Senior Closs Councils . . . barn under the sign of libra , . . pel peeve: inhibited people . , . looks for understanding in others . . .would like very much to attend New York University . . . plans to live in New York City. MONA VILLALOBOS "Blackie" . . . understanding, corefree, ond easygoing . . . born under the sign of Aquarius . . . enjoys the compony of Clorence Williams. Debbie Smisko, Paul Knox, ond Roger Tucker . . . favorites include the outhor Poe. Mrs. Cohn, bowling, Mr. Heck, ond the humanities . . . has great admirotion for people who aren't ofraid to stand up for what they believe . . . treasurer of the Notional Honor Society ... pet peeve: bigots . . . has enjoyed the boys most ot Arts ond the food the least . . . seeks warmth ond understanding in others . . . college bound to prepare for a career in psychology. BRIDGETTE WALKER ’ Giggles" . . . close friends are Wonda Rodgers ond Shoron Tolley . . . plons to mojor in psychology . . . hates the crowded locker rooms ot Arts . . . likes kindness ond sincerity in others . . . loves to talk on the telephone . . . really wonts to help her people . . . odmires her mother the most . . . oside from school she's active in the Y.W.C.A., the leaguers Inc., and the Alpho Psi Epsilon Sorority . . . modeling ond dancing are her hobbies . . . Mr. Spindler Is her favorite ortist ... her popular group list is headed by Sly ond the Family Stone ond Jimi Hendrix . . . Mrs. Venskus hoi earned Bridgette's affections. 40JOE WARREN "Jot" . . .eosygoing ond fun ItnnQ . . . close friends or Mike B rordi ond Rocco loboto . . . hot b tn active on th Morin Fitness Team, ond th Swimming T om . . . proud own.r of four Vorsity lUlM for swimming . . . hobbies include cor», girls, swimming, weight lifting, foot boll ond moth . . . fovorit food it lobster . . . Sagittarius . . . favorite teachers or Mi. long and Mr Steisel . . . plont to ott nd Stevens Institot of Technology to pr por for o career in ottronoufical engineering. GRACE WILLIAMS Groce . . . outtpoken ond friendly . . . o close friend of Joanne Johnson, Beverly Branch, Rox-anna Tyler . . . o loyol sitter of th Uptolo Signta Tou Sorority . . . enjoyed the music programs best . . . favorites include thrimp, typing, Mrt. loiar, and th Temptations ... on active member of th Twirlers . . . usuolly found of home trying to get some sleep . . . plans to ottend Berkeley Secretarial School to become o secretory. LA VERN WATERS Tolkotiv ond frank . . . born under th sign of Cancer . . . considered a dote friend of letlie Phillips, Regina Young, Isaac Stoles, and Sandro fdwordt . . . enjoys jon, Mr. Resile, Isaac Hoyet, ond Jomes Baldwin . , , Charles it some one special . . . hot been active In girls' athletic progrom, the Red Cross ond the Orchestra . . . pet peeve: phony ond conceited people . . . anything edible suits her tost . . . plans to ottend Montclair Stot College or Rutgers University. ROXANNE WILLIAMS Ann . . . o close friend of lindo Ervin. Cynthia Cuffie, ond Ermolinda Coputo ... on octiv member of th Girls' Glee Club, th Student Council ond th Girls' Tennis Club . . . coptoin of the Twirlers . . . thoroughly enjoyed Th Good forth by Pearl S. Buck . . . Cancer . . . favorites include hamburgers, french fries, conservative clothing. Miss Abos, and Vincent Irving . . . proud of her membership in th Notional Honor Society . . . hos most enjoyed the people at Arts High ... is usuolly found ot home resting . . . plans to attend college and ultimately expects to compose musk. CLARENCE WILLIAMS Babbie" . . . usuolly found with Rodger Tucker, la V rn Woters, Roxonn Tyler, Cynthia Cuffie. Mono Villalobos, ond Colvin Jones . . . "Meyl What's going on?" . . . digs Herbie Mann, Mr. Spindler, joiz ond popular music, bosketboll, baseball, football, ond Edgar Allan Poe . . . born under the sign of Cancer ... hos been on active member of the Student Council, th Basket boll Teom ond the Baseball Team for which he received two Varsity letters . . . enjoyed attend ing the art dosses . . . hopes to become more popular . . . will ottend Howard University O' Morgon Stole College as o business education mojor. YVONNE WISE "Pete" . . . born under th zodioc sign of Cancer . . . good friends of Mkhell Boker ond Cynthia Cuff. . . . Daryl Matthews is special . . . loves fried chicken . . . hos been octiv in the Dance Club, th Orchestra ond the French Club . . . odmits to the peculiar hobit of talking to herself . . . particularly likes gospel ond rock 'o' roll musk . . . appreciates th works of Da Vinci ond the plays of Shakespeare . . . plans to ottend college where she ll major in music. 41JUDITH ANN WOMBLE Judy . . . friendly, quiet, croxy ot times . . . dove friend include Debbie Bow rs, lindo Ervin. Denis Toylor. ond Sondro Edwordt . . . hobbies or bowling, music ond tkoting . , . enjoy Tom Jon », Itolion food, chemistry ond joxx ond pop musk . . . "That' Ilf " . . . dislike broggort ond dishon t p opl . , . Miu Aboi ond Mr. P il rote highly with h«r . . . member of the Sponith Club, the Bond, and tho Orchettro . , , like the students ot Art mo t, the food l o t . . . libra . . . plant to further her education at Upiolo College, ond aventuolly will liv in Connecticut. REGINA YOUNG Fun loving ond o y to get along with . . . usuolly teen with la Vern Water ond Sondro Edward , . . favorite include gospel mutic, hamburgers, french frie and olmost anything edible . . . very fond of voicing her opinion . . . love to debote ... pet peeve: phoniet . . . would like to enter Montcloir State or Drew University ot on Englith major . . , want to enjoy life, liv comfortably ond be happy. SHERRY ZONES Sherry . . . o Copricorn . . . o few clot friend include Kim and Chorlie . . , enjoy ploying the piono, tennis, ond skiing , . . basketball. Bob Dylon and the Beatles reolly turn her on . . . love all animal ond the beauties of notur . . . plon to ottend college in New England . . . hope to moke her home in the country, eventually. IN MEMDHIAM BARRY WILSON Birth: May 1, 1953 Death: September 23, 1969 "Twilight and evening bell. And after that the dark! And may there be no sadness of farewell When I embark." Tennyson — Crossing the Bar. 424344RICHARD STANTON DESORAH SMISKO 45 DENISE TAYIORCLASS OF 197D — PDPLILAHITY POLL MISS 70 Beverly Branch MR. 70 Rogor TuckerCLASS LOVER (boy) Donald Gray CLASS LOVER (girl) Michele Jones MOST TALENTED BOY Trent Morant MOST TALENTED GIRL Valencia Rodgers i HOMEROOM 204 1. Most Likely to Succeed, Michael Berardi; 2. Most Serious, Katrina Banks; 3. Claw Comedian, Donald Gray; 4. Best Dressed Boy, Bradford Branch; 5. Best Dressed Girl, Eorlene Campbell; 6. Best Looking Boy, Stephen De Blasio; 7. Best Looking Girl, Betty Johnson; 8. Most Friendly, Dennis Hall. 51HOMEROOM 215 1. Most Likely to Succeed, Debbie Smisko; 2. Most Serious, Eugene ing Boy, Gregory Gromby; 7. Best Looking Girl, Judy Rohling; 8. The Forte; 3. Closs Comedian, Cynthia Robinson; 4. Best Dressed Boy, Wittiest, Daryl Matthews; 9. Most Friendly, Paul Smith. Joseph Jones; 5. Best Dressed Girl, Ermelinda Caputo; 6. Best Look- HOMEROOM 220 1. Most Likely to Succeed, Clarence Williams; 2. Most Serious, Fran- Boy, John Strickland; 7. Best Looking Girl, Candace Show; 8. The cis Ward; 3. Class Comedian, Regina Young; 4. Best Dressed Boy, Wittiest, Leslie Phillips; 9. Most Friendly, Mona Villalobos. Isaac States; 5. Best Dressed Girl, Roxanne Tyler; 6. Best Looking 52HOMEROOM 307 1. Most Likely to Succeed, Deborah Lowther; 2. Most Serious, Semite Barnes; 7. Best Looking Girl, Michele Baker; 8. The Wittiest, Myra Brown; 3. Class Comedian, Denise Day; 4. Best Dressed Boy, Neil Hubbard; 9. Most Friendly, Yvonne Johnson. Bethea; 5. Best Dressed Girl, Michele Baker; 6. Best Looking Boy, Lee HOMEROOM 314 1. Most Likely to Succeed, Carol Fortney; 2. Most Serious, John Swi- Boy, Merrill Thomas; 7. Best looking Girl, Virginia Rivera; 8. The dinsky; 3. Class Comedion, Donna Sanders; 4. Best Dressed Boy, Wittiest, Loventrice Farrow; 9. Most Friendly, Mary O'Neal. Elroy Darden; 5. Best Dressed Girl, Sandra Edwards; 6. Best Looking 53HOMEROOM 315 1. Most Likely to Succeed, Lynne Jennifer; 2. Most Serious, Cathy Gary Kinchelow; 7. Best Looking Girl, Lenore Browne; 8. The Wittiest, Reilly; 3. Class Comedian, Norman Hurd; 4. Best Dressed Boy, Reg- Claudette Ayres; 9. Most Friendly, Juliana Markovich, inald Mack; 5. Best Dressed Girl, Hazel Monk; 6. Best Looking Boy,get in tune during eighth period orchestra doss. Condi Shaw and Virginio Rivera show off their talents in fashion illustration class as they sketch Vergaline Hill. Beverly Branch and Craig Brown are doing paste-ups along with Colvin Jones, Ralph Coleman and others in their commercial class. Concentrating hard on their music are Leslie Phillips, Marilyn Davis, and Barbara Rice. 5557 BLACK CULTUBE CLUB " 1A The Black Culture Club is one of the newly formed clubs of 1969-1970. Its purpose is to explore the place of the black man in America and to establish his relationship with his African heritage. Members enjoy programs about music, dances, literature and art as well as films, records and slides. The club is under the direction of Miss Cutts. Fir»t row, Ml to right: M i Armtrding, Coil Motley, Tony OoVono, Monico Hond. Socond row: Margarat Phillipt, Donna Sander . Carl Strand, Derrell Fennell, Valerie Allington, Cotiondro Hoyet. Judith Deal, Elogo M Gee The Concert Band is a vital part of the Arts High music world. The entire group performs in the annual winter and spring concerts. Smaller groups appear before and after assembly programs and at various elementary school programs. Mr. Ruben Singer, their extremely capable conductor, practices with his group quite often to obtain the superb sound that the Concert Bond is noted for. 58BOWLING Wi ji The Arts High Girls' Bowling Team began its league program on March 24, 1970. The girls bowl every Tuesday for eight weeks. The purpose of the bowling team is to work for the goals of bettering their competitive abilities and improving bowling techniques. The team is comprized of twelve girls. Some of the girls had never bowled before joining the team and have already shown signs of improvement. Of the twelve girls, five are from last year's team, two had never bowled before, and the other five are bowling close to the professional five of last year. Many of the girls show great promise of becoming professional bowlers, if they desire. Standing, Ml to right: Min Doris. Sabrina flodgor, Miditl Subor. Deborah Sloone. Shoron Subor, Jonet Inter, Rowoin Rock. Kneeling: Joonn« Butt. Sondi Greenberg. Ellon Nicholas, Corrio Quottlebovot, Joyc Blaino, Rono Goltzoilor. CDLnH GUARD r i L. J BEVERIY BRANCH Standing, loft to right: Yvonno Wise. Cynthia Cuflie and Shirloy Mills. Knooling: Patricio Boll.60 The Chorus, directed by Mr. Robert Howard, o new addition to the Arts High faculty, is one of the largest groups in the school. Those students perform on many occasions during the year, including the winter and spring concerts. They sing a variety of songs in many different languages. This year, they presented Josef Haydn's "Creation" in its entirety. The Chorus is invited to perform at various places, including the Ki-wanis Club. Judging from the caliber of the performances, Mr. Howard hos achieved excellent results with his students.The Dance Club, capably supervised by Mrs. Tso is one of the most active clubs in the school and in the community. It takes concentration, determination, and art skill to master the tcrpsichorean art. Months of hard work are devoted to learning Ukrainian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Philippine, African, and Yugoslavian folk dances. After learning these dances, the members perform not only in our own school but at numerous assembly programs in schools throughout the city. Mrs. Tso is always looking for prospective members. Students each year audition for membership, ond only those with the greatest potential are selected. Kneeling, left to fight: Yvonne Wise, Notolie Sworxko. Sondi Greenberg. Mory Swierot, Debbie DeNaulf, Virginia Rivero, Carla Dunlap. Center: Toni DeVone. Cerettine Melvin, Donno Sanders, Go'll Motley, Shirley Mill , Regina Sale , Charles Pock. Rear: Rodney Swon, Randy Smith, Corl Strand, Brodford Branch. Not shown Trent Mo-ronte, Eric Jones, Bryon Onque. Sondy Williams. Ukrainian "Hopak" — Rodney Swan in a solo pirouette. Dancers perform the African "Funga." 61 THREE DIMENSIONAL AHT CLUB The 3-D Art Club meets once a week under the direction of Mr. Carden, an art teacher, here at Arts High. Requirements for membership are on open mind for criticism and a desire to learn about and experience art. It makes no difference whether one is an art major or a music major. The student learns all the beauty of working with materials other than paints or paper and many unusual and interesting pieces of art work are the final products. first row. Ml to right: Michoel Barbarrotta, Jane Stolid, lindo Meitzler, Mr. J. Carden Second row; Dophne Jone», Della Mom, Miftie Grey ion, Elizabeth Murphy, lucy Gregory. Perhaps one of the most inspiring sections of the Arts High Music Department is the Girls' Glee Club. These girls work twice a week after school to prepare for the winter ond spring concerts. Each year the girls seem to develop a more professional sound. Because of limited rehearsal time, some proficiency in both vocal work and sight reading is required. This year under the superb direction of Mrs. Shapiro, the girls plan to perform the Academy Award winning song "Born Free", "Love Lost for Aye" by Brahms, "Calm os the Night" by Bohm and a medley of songs from "The Sound of Music" by Rodgers and Ham-merstein. 62 Top row. left to right: Gwendolyn Sponn, Joeqoeline Keene. Bogina Anthony, Koye Brook , Margaret Blackwell, Shoron Boy. Mr cholic William . Morgorot Pleo»ont, Holon Willco , Horthulo Robinton. Second row: B erly Thomp»on. Donna MacGregor, Corol Fortney, Sheilo Glover, Debro lowther, Diane Golden, Von- dorro Robinton, Potty Johnton, Ivy Wolloce. Donna Sander. Third row, front: Goil Brown, Joyce Golden, Nancy Pringle. Ceretline Melvin,.Judy Zenna, Edith Johnton, Andrea Both, Alda Gllliord. Firit row: Mr . Gertrude Shapiro, Horvetto Hunter.A LAB ASSISTANTS CLUB T L. A K«th Hordv NOf«lak. Cheryl Jon i. Mft. Venskv . Cynthia C«fli . Deboroh lowther, lynn Jamfer, 7' lo,k Eric Wilkerton, Jom»« Cotvflno. The main purpose of the Lab Club is to assist the laboratory teacher in performing experiments for the benefit of the students. Members learn good techniques, and the proper lab procedures under the direction of Mrs. Venskus. Most of these students plan to further their studies in science and some will undoubtedly seek careers in this field. The Junior Orchestra is made up of students who are not yet competent enough to play in the Senior Orchestra, but enjoy playing and want the very valuable experience of playing in public. Under the baton of Mr. Tobia, the Junior Orchestra practices very diligently and performs in the Winter and Spring Concerts. Many of the members ultimately become members of the Senior Orchestra. This year after an absence of fifteen years Arts High entered as a competitor in the sport of fencing in the City League. In 1967 fencing was renewed as a club activity and for two years the members learned the basic skills of fencing and gained experience needed for entering into competition. This year's coach was Mr. Robert Lipput whose coaching helped the team develop th skills necessary for competition. The team had a membership of nine, six of whom made up the Varsity Team. Most of the members are juniors whose experience this year will be helpful in making next year a successful one. The record for the year was two wins and twelve losses. As the team grows in size and experience, they hope to achieve a more impressive record. 63 LIBRARY GUILD The members of the Librory Guild perform mony valuable and useful services under the very competent direction of Miss Friedman, our librarian. Some of their duties include shelving books, typing and filing of catalog cards, processing new books, as well as many other lesser tasks. Each member of the guild gains valuable experience in library techniques, and knowledge of the many functions of the library. First row. loft lo riflKt Olive Smart. Mill Friedmon. Second 'OW Elitoboth Hurdle. Cheryl Hickt, Vergoline Hill, Charlotte McAllister. NATIONAL H01VDH SOCIETY One of the most treasured and outstanding traditions of Arts High School is the M. Bernice Hamilton Chapter of the National Honor Society. Early in the Spring of each year those juniors and seniors who have maintained a high degree of scholastic excellence, and possess outstanding qualities in the fields of service to the school, character and leadership, are inducted into the Society at an elaborate ceremony. Each member pledges to maintain the high ideals of the Honor Society and must further assume various responsibilities pertaining to projects and programs sponsored by the school or the Honor Society. The Honor Society is under the competent supervision of Mrs. Cahn. toft to right: Or. lawit, Mist David, Stophonio Glover. "A tolomn momrM ot the baginning of The Honor Society Induction Ceremony". Rock. Wt to right: Ann Eng. Morgorot letkiw. Mika Damoo. Deborah Brody. Ermolindo Capvto. Naldo Sadano. Diana Atkwick, Marvin Johnton, $om Fortino, Farnondo Rodriguct. Front, loft to right: Odatto Saymora. Dr. lawit, Min David. "Congrotvlotiontll" 64 Back row, loft to right: Carol Fortney. Vikki Sotiak, Diana Atkwick, Brvca Auttin, Richord Vonanda, Mono Villolobot, Ermolindo Copgto. Som Fortino. Middle row: Odatto Seymore, Margaret Tyton. Hor-riat Stoller. Robin Rotinar, Poul Knox, Mika Damoo. Roger Tucker, Miguel Quinonc . Front row: Morio Carat, Roxanne Williomt, Juliana Morkovich, Canny Swiarat, Mrt. Cohn (odvitor), Lynne Jonifar, Deborah lowthor. Cynthia Cuffia, Ann Eng, Mitt Dovid. "Soy Chaato".r L J ORCHESTRA L. jk Under the supervision of Mr. Benevento, the photography dob is invariably develop-ing new and interesting photographic techniques. One of their main functions is to capture the very special moments of Arts High's life in photographs and to handle the artistic layouts for the Vignette. The students also help with the cover design for the yearbook. Under the very capable baton of Mr. Pesile, the orchestra strives for the greatest amount of musical perfection possible. Its members include those instrumentalists who are able to meet the rigid requirements of high musician-ship. The orchestra plays numbers ranging from the truly classical to jazz numbers that have been orchestrated. The orchestra performs several times during the year at assemblies, concerts, and other programs presented by the Music Department. Chico Dovflhtio, Timothy Ryort, G«Org« Ro»»i. R®fl,r Tuck ', Colvin Jonct, Ronald Mown.STAGE CHEW L. J The Art High Stage Crew members, under the careful supervision of Mr. Marcus, have the responsibility of setting up and striking sets for each assembly or special program. Their talents range from electrical and cor-pentry skills to the rigging and actual main tenance of the stage. Through on the job training the boys acquire skills which will be useful in later life. Despite their many tasks the boys remain "invisible actors" always on hand in case anything goes wrong. Fir»l row. I«ft to right: Don loikiw, Jomot Me Adam . Tom Sioront Second row Jomot Soldo. Ruttoll Koono. □ SEIE EE ELUB The FSA chapter is chartered by the Notional Science Teachers' Association. The purpose of the club is to learn about science and science careers; to develop the qualities of personality, character and leadership essential to scientists; and to demonstrate to responsible community leaders the necessity for and possible ways of decreasing air pollution, improving sanitary conditions, introducing more effective educational programs, etc. The members plan to pursue careers in science or to gain a greater knowledge of this subject. Mrs. Mary Venskus is the advisor for this group. 66 Sharon Sobor. Bornita Rob,own, AUrid fornt. WiMofd towth.r. Mr . V.flAu . Sharon Dought!,. Monleo Hand, Corrio Quotll bourn, frit W,IS r on.STUDENT COUNCIL m Moyer Welter Moll, Mr Peo'l Rich (Foculty Advitor). Deputy Moyo' low. rente Homm. This was a term of change ond hord work for our school government. Under the guidance of Mrs. Rich, Council advisor, and through the organizational abilities of school Mayor Walter Hall, this year's council got things done. But this would not have been possible without the cooperation of the entire Council, officers, committee chairmen, homeroom representatives, and students. Breaking away from tradition. Council meetings have been held in the mornings. For student enjoyment the Council held dances, pep rallies, arranged bus rides to the bosketball games, and was allowed to arrange a number of assembly programs. A “beautifying the school" campaign was launched in which trash cans were painted; book shelves placed near the cafeteria entrance; paintings hung in the hall; and mirrors installed in bathrooms. Other projects included replacing the third floor hand railing which had been broken two years ago. Woller Moll Lawrence Hamm Valencia Rodge't lynettr Cooke Marilyn Gaynor OFFICERS Mayor Deputy Mayor Recording Secretary ._. — Carretponding Secretary trieiufr COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Aitrid Ferut School Betterment Committee Chairman HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES 320 Rea mo Id Burl 319 113 215 204 314 Marilyn Donl 308 313 308 306 204 B9 304 .214 306 209 213 .210 307 Inez linton _ 213 Daryl Matthew -------------------------------- ■ ■ —■■ 213 Vandorro Rob bint .......................................... 308 Marilyn She molly _______ . — ■ ... 309 Den lie Slaughter 309 Donna Thomot — iW Merrill Thomai---------------------------------------------------------314 Volerle Troupe------------------------------------------- ------------320 Roger Tucker ______________________——......... 220 Roxanne Tyler .. ................................. 220 Valerie White —------------------- M Sarah Willcox_________________________________________________________99 67« TWIHLEHS First row, loft »o right: Gro « Willioms, Oonna Herrington, Denis Hillman, Yolondo Hodg . Second row: Foutt no Foxworth, Sondro Hill, lorroin Nunnally. Myro Hubbard. CAPTAIN ROXANNE WIUIAMS Uft row, front to bade: Grot Williom., 0«niw Hillman, Faustina Foxworth. Cootor row: terrain Nunnolly, Sandra Hill. Right row: Yolanda Hodgo, Myro Hubbard, Donna Horrington. Twirlers are an enthusiastic interested group of girls who meet twice a week at 7:30 in the morning from September until the end of March, They have a love for the spinning silver shaft and work hard to master the skill and art of baton twirling and marching. Miss Abos works with this enthusiastic crew. 68 PEP SQUAD l ft ro right: Cheryl Bu»h, Debro Sander , Sabrina Flodger, Nodine Horri , Linda Britt, Angela Bulb, Lynn Pettiford, Judith Dio , Barbara Jonet. In the Red Cross Club, under the expert guidance of Mrs. Hiller, the students are made aware of human needs, are encour-aged to take the initiative, and are trained in health and safety practices. They learn about the responsibilities of good citizenship and how to put ideas into action by carrying out projects and programs they help to plan. Services, such as giving clothing to needy families, designing colorful place mats for veterans hospital, and providing various treats for the day nurseries, are among their many activities. The Girls' Volleyball Club met with Mrs. Donovan every Tuesday afternoon in the Girls' Gym. With an attendance of approximately 12, they divided into two teams and played each other. Robin Ratiner, the only Senior, and Beverly McNeil were the two captains. Awards were given to outstanding players. Standing, left to right: Mr . Donovan, Goil Jordan. Soroh Willco , Robin Ratiner, Olive Smort, Beverly McNeil, Deniie Grant. Kneeling: Bernito Robinion, Cheryl Pullman. Brenda Bland, Debra Nobon. Seated, left ta right: Lori Key. Joyce Oavi , Linda Meitiler, Den e McPherton. Olive Smort. Elisabeth Murphy. Jone Stoller. Millie Greyton. Standing: Carrie Ovattleba urn. Monica Fryer, Charlotte McAllister. Bridget Walker, Mr . Hiller. Robin McCrost.Sooted: Lynne Jonifer, Leonora Reeve , Richard Golden. Myra Hubbard. Standing: Miu Abo , Deborah DeNoult, Deborah Boweri, Elizobeth Wielgut. Pool Kno« wat not preMnt when picture wot taken. Lynne Janifer The Vignette Staff under the very capable guidance of Miss Abos and Mr. Benevento, endeavors to prepare an annual publication for the Senior Class. Staff members are those people who are willing to write, type, proofread, design artistic layouts, take photographs and perform the myriad tasks necessary to prepare the book for publication. The Vignette Staff begins early in September and all work diligently to meet the deadlines. Debbie DeNoult, Myra Hubbard. Stated: Richard Golden ond Myro Hubbard. Stonding: Dtbbit Rower ond Elizabeth W.elgui. Mit» Abo», Lynne Jenifer, Leonora Reevei and Debbie DeNoult. 70Cobbor Komek Roger Tucker, Debra Smitko, Judith Rehling, Bradford Branch, Nyyo lark and Mr. Benevenfo. Bradford Branch, Judith Rehling, and Nyyo lork. Roger Tucker Nyyo lork, Mr. Benevento and Judy Rehling. 7173Kneeling, I»fl to rights Michael Berodi, Tom DiChioro. Roy Simp ton. Oennit Wilckent. Robert Domeli, $te-ph n DeBlotio Standing: Coach Chariot Alamo. Robot Melillo, Cedric Simmont. Michool Metetta, Howard Yoncoy, Juon Tone . Carlo Perez, Robert Stotiak 74"But Bob, what do you do when you hit it?" 'Take it easy on him; he' ju»t a beginner.' "You see. Bob, it's all in the wrist action." "You're not supposed to hide the ball in your helmet, Juan!" The green phantom strikes again. "Hey, Ump, the camera's over here."BASKETBALL Basketball has always been Arts High's most popular sport and this year was no exception. The team had 14 members who worked diligently to have a successful year. The boys won 7 of their 13 games and lost 6. They received fine student support evidenced by spectators at the various gomes and there was even a Pep Rally given in their honor to boost morale and promote school spirit. The experienced coaching of Mr. Diaco, much patience, and teamwork were instrumental in their being invited to participate in the State Tournament. For awhile it was doubtful the team would make it because of game cancellations caused by the teachers' strike. Next season the team is going to suffer with the loss of 10 of its outstanding senior players who graduate in June. This was a good year and time will tell what the future has in store for the team. L i Firet row, left to right: Mr. Dloco, C. I. Oeedi, Roger Kennedy, Reggie Mock, Noil Betheo. Mr. Long. Second row: Pool Smith, Gregory Gromby, IMOC Stotet, Calvin Jonet, Donald Groy, Sam Burgett. 8 Firif row. left to right: C. I Deed , Roger Kennedy. Reggie Mack, Neil Betheo. Second row: "I'm not the only one makin' mistakes.1 Pool Smith, Gregory Gromby, Itooc Stotei. Colvin Jonet, Donald Gray. 'Where do you think you're going?" look at the pretty ball!first row, loft to right; Reggie Mock, Neil Bethea. Second row; Colvin Jones, Arts 86 Isaac Stales. SCOREBOARD Opp. 45 68 64 40 75 69 40 78 Passaic Tech. 45 46 .. 72 94 54 55 89 66 75 63 59 61 67 108 63 58 Pingry State Tournament 79 39 Irvington Tech 52 "Where's the Ball?" 'Two points or not two points." 'Take me Higher!1 77Counterclockwise: Mary Williams, Elaine Dallos, Lynne Jan Her, Pamela Rogers, Robin McCrots. Vicki Collins, Coil Motley, TowatKa Agee, Tony OeVone. Center: Captoin Linda Captoin. Alert, happy and enthusiastic, our cheerleaders sparkle plenty when they perform on the playing floor. A credit to our school and morale builders for our athletic teams, the girls take pride in their work. Their colorful uniforms and spirit rousing cheers are always welcome at gomes. Miss Ruth Abos serves as advisor of the squad. Sandy By rs Hilda Sutnottiloin Oolloi Towotho Ag«« Toni DeVon Robin McOoii Firtf row: Undo Coptoin. S«ond row: Towotho Age Third row: Mory Williomt. Fourth row: Coil Motloy Fifth row: loft to right: Ronwlo Rogort. Lynn Jenifer. {loin Dollot, Tony DeVone. Robin McCrott, Evelyn Colli ni. 79PHYSICAL FITNESS CLUB Top row, loft fo right: Donnii Moll, Joami McAdomt, Rocco loboto. Micho l Bcrordi. Coo h long. Bottom row: Victor Montt, Lawrence Hoi»m, Dominic Romano.Mike Berordi — captain and high scorer of the Physical Fitness Team. The main purpose of the Fitness Club is to keep the members therein physically fit. They achieve this end through working out on the apparatus and through various other forms of gymnastics. Mr. Long is the advisor of this club. Each year the boys achieving the highest Marine Fitness Test scores go to Newark State College to compete with other boys from all over the state. Last year the boys placed in the final competition. "But I can't do any squat-thrusts, my pants are too tight!" 81 Kn« lmg. left to fight: JoKnm D nn.» Moll, lorry Robinton. Cedric Simmom, 0 11 Schmoly, loirii Romundo, Jeffrey fow»h e, Georg Brioo Aiornow. Greg Gromby. R.chord Stonton, Pool Smith. Sow urge»», Pico, Jocob Simmont, Jeffrey J©ne», luthef Freemon, Mf. Alomo. tooch. Rodney Foley, Chorlei Pock. Standing: George Jone , WIKord lowther. Soccer is one of the first sports of the school year and the team plays through some rough weather. Undaunted, the boys work hard to have a successful season. Although they had tough practice sessions and great coaching by Mr. Alamo, the team had a rough year. Their record for the year was 3 wins and 9 losses. Since a good many of the team's members are juniors, experience gained this year will really be useful next season. There were 18 enthusiastic members on the team this year who should be given awards simply for the effort they put forth. SCOREBOARD Arts Opp. 1 2 0 5 0 Vailiburg High ... 6 0 6 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 5 0 7 2 0 0 Bayonne High 2 Bewarell" 83 'Swan Lake'SWIMMING TEAM OKJK l»H «o riflht: Rod nay Folay, lorry Homm, lyi» Roimundo, WiHord LowtKor, Erneit Goodan. Oonold Moblay (cop'oln), lorxr Wabb, Elmor Taylor, Rirhta Botlla, Alvin Collier, Don Fordhom, Mr. londar (cooch). The Swimming Team had a good year. In spite of ihe fact lhal swimming isn't too popular a sport, there were thirteen members. These thirteen members went all out to end their season with a record of three wins and three losses. They might even hove hod a better season but four of their meets were cancelled because of the teachers' strike. The three most outstanding swimmers, Donald Mobley, Richie Battle, and Calvin Collier are underclassmen, so next year may prove to be a very successful one. All things considered. Arts High's Swimming Team has had a good year and they topped it off by taking a fourth place in the City Championship Meet) The coach, Mr. George Landers, new to the faculty at Arts, is a member of the Guidance staff. Coach and E.M.T. at the city meet. 84 Helpin'"Thar's one way to get ahead.' Arts SCOREBOARD Opp. 43 18 53 9 13 68 35 46 44 West Side High 20 38 East Side High 45 "Say cheese!1 "Get Set.. 'Next time, Elmar, swim faster — or ELSE!" "Pay Attention!!!' "You think you've got troubles.'1Standing, left to fight. Corolyn Norulok, Kotrino Bonkt. Berthonio Wott. Donito Toylor, Mitt Ruth Moye'ton. Kneoling. lot to fight; Mono Bonkt, Robin Rotiner, Mofy Conninghom, Bor bora Rt«o. Yvonno Johnton, Corot, Judy Rehling, Choryl Pullin, Attfid For«. Ann Eng, Rcxanno Bortho Nowton, lilo Jung, Ooboroh DoNoult, Diane Ford, Ann Morio Williomt, Eliioboth Woilgut. loft to right: Morio Corot, lilo Jung, Annotto Conninghom, Mitt Myorton. "You'ro going to bo in picturot." Early in the spring of each year. Miss Mcycrson, their instructor, and the girls begin practice at West Side Park. She teaches the girls the rules and techniques of this lively sport. Although the members are not in competition with other schools, they keep in good physical condition by practicing twice a week, and they all learn the valuable osset of working together as a team. 86 Mil» MyortonDebbie Do Nault 'The ball is moving. Go to it" Bethenia Bonks "Don't hop around, hit the boll.' Left to right: Carolyn Noreclak, Ann Eng, Denise Taylor. "Keep your eye on the ball." Marie Ceres "Is this any way to play tennis?" 87 BOYS’ TEYYIS CLUB UUK Top, loft lo right: Stovo Holpern, Ronold Flodgor, Timothy By r», John Pope, Roger Tu k r. Kneeling: Eddie Bright, C. I. Deed , Kelvin Cloth. Under the competent guidonce of Coach Flaherty, the Tennis Team, which this year welcomes five new players, can be found practicing earnestly at West Side Park. Steve Holpern serves as co-captain and first singles man this year, with Roger Tucker and Don Leskiw second and third singles, respectively. Doubles players ore Ronald Pledger, C. I. Deeds, Tim Byers, John Pope, Kelvin Clarke, and Eddie Bright. The tennis season for this year looks very promising for Arts and they will most likely place 4th in the City's tournament. 88 hmf... get back!'I'll get that fly yet!!1 "Get ready, 'cause here it comes!" "Get that ball over the net!' "Ana one, ana two . . 89fir ' '• ». 0 ri8h»: Brian Aiornow. Victor Mon t, Paul Smith, R«ggi Mock, Jonoi. Michael Croomi. John Bower . Frank Jordan, John Simmon , John Meyer . Oonold Gray, Richard Stanton, Oennit Moll, Oorrick Wothington, Mr. Morcui. Frank D'Arc. Third rowr John Additon, Lawrence Hamm, Ofi Choncoy, Itooc Socond row: Noil Bethea, Luther Freemon, Robert Oickton, Tyrone Poge, George Statot, Robert Meont, Michael Holme . Alfred Cunningham. George Piio. 90 Denni Hall trie a practice jump. rm This year's track team is one of the largest ever. There are approximately 35 members on the team. They start practice early in March to get into shape for their meets. In spite of the fact that the team loses more meets than it wins, the number of points by which they lose gets smaller each year. This year is no exception. The reason for the improvement is that more young men come out each year and work extremely hard under the expert guidance of Mr. Marcus, who has coached the team for a number of years. This year an Arts High alumnus, Steven Barnes who now attends Rutgers, has returned to assist Mr. Marcus. He has been a valuable asset since the team is still without an assistant coach. Arts High took a 7th place in the City Championship Meet and beat Vailsburg! We're moving up! George Piza works out at School Stadium.Captoin Dennis Hall runs the 120 yard high hurdles. SENIOR TRACK TEAM MEMBERS—Kneeling: Dennis Hall and Reggie Mack. Standing: Issoc States. Paul Smith, Richard Stanton, Donald Croy, Neil Bethea. Paul Smith shows his Pole-Vaulting technique. Derrick Washington competes against a South Side Teom member. SCOREBOARD Arts Opp. 57 Weequahic 68 58 West Side 68 76 55 58 East Side 67 61 65 60 65 53 63 78 Paterson 39 74 Bergen 42 37 78 83 Newark 24 The start of the 100-yord dash. Shot Put follow through. 919293SENIOR ART Brando Hompfen lovantrica for row Vicki Collin. Boxonna Tylar B-odford Branch Wolf,, HallB v«rly BroruK Rononn TyUr N»il 6 fh«o Crolfl BfownSENIOR MUSIC Alfred Johnion ond Mlchoel Thcmo .Alfred Dovil ond Povl Smith. Gregory Gremby Gregory G'omby Alfred Johnson Julie Morfcovich Myro Hubbard Borbora Rise loverne Waters and Leslie Phillips.9XAlvorex, Sergio • 162 Svmmtr Avenue, Nework, N J. 07104 Di Chiora, Thomo. • 63 Finlay Place. Nework. N. J. 07106 Arteaga, A'ejondrino • 201 Elm Street, Newark, N J 07105 Doughtie, Chico • 59 Ouifmon Street, Nework. N. J. 07103-624-3284 Ayert, Claudette • 130 Seymour Avenue, Nework, N. J. 07108-824-3023 Edwardt. Deni»e Alice • 6 Protpecf Ploce. Newark, N J. 07103-242-6164 Baker. Michele • 236 Avon Avenue. Newark, N J. 07108-824 1520 Edward . Sandra • 739 South Fifteenth Street, Nework. N. J. 07103-372-5724 Bonk , Berthenio • 468 South Twelfth Street. Nework. N. J. 07103-242 0592 Eng, Ann • 770 South Nineteenth Street. Nework. N. J. 07103-372-5585 Bankt. Katrina • 468 South Twelfth Street. Nework. N. J. 07103—242-0592 Ervin, Jacqueline • 52 lonork Avenue, Newark, N. J. 07106-399-2161 Borne , lee • 19 Huntington Terroce, Nework. N. J. 07112—374-4436 Ervin, Undo • 119 Bragow Avenue. Newark, N. J. 07112— 923-8015 Berordi. Michoel • 284 Second Avenue, Nework, N. J. 07107-483 4211 Forrow, loventrice • 431 Avon Avenue, Nework. N. J. 07108-375-1955 Bethea. Neil Edward • 260 Prince Street, Nework. N J. 07108-242-5272 forte, Eugene • 260 Vermont Avenue. Irvington, N. J.—371-1765 Beverly, Alice Michelle • 101 ludlow Street, Newark, N. J. 07114-248-1457 Fortney, Carol • 16 Frelinghuyten Avenue, Newark, N. J. 07114—248-9168 Bowert, Deborah • 59 Scheerer Avenue. Nework, N. J. 07112—923-0366 Fronci . Harold • 62 Hobton Street, Newark, N. J. 07112-926-1185 Bronch, Beverly • 167 Milford Avenue, Nework. N J. 07108-242-7944 Gaynor, Marilyn • 23 Fifth Avenue, Newark, N. J. 07107—484-6679 Branch. Bradford • 58 Hobran Street. Nework, N J 07112-923 573 Golden, Richard • 182 Sixth Street. Nework. N. J. 07103-624-6648 Brown. Bernito • 119 Littleton Avenue. Nework, N. J. 07103-642-8399 Goodfriend. Joieph • 238 North Eleventh Street. Nework, N. J. 07107 -483-5678 Brown, Brenda • 254 Prince Street. Nework. N J. 07108-248 5356 Graham. Marjorie • 6 Treocy Avenue. Nework, N. J. 07108-248-2736 Brown, Craig • 204 North Sixth Street. Nework, N. J. 07107—484-9249 Gromby, Gregory • 66 Seymour Avenue. Newark, N. J. 07108 248-0075 Browne, leonore • 62 Seventh Avenue, Nework, N J, 07104 -482-6798 Groy, Donold • 54 North Sixth Street, Nework, N. J. 07107-484-2591 Bunucci. lew; • 115 North Tenth Street. Nework, N. J. 07104-484-4462 Holl. Denni • 377 Sixth Avenue, Nework, N. J. 07107-481-1743 Burgett. Sam • 225 Nye Avenue. Nework. N. J. 07112—624-4523 Holl, Wolfer • 159 Shephord Avenue. Nework. N. J. 07112-926-3539 Byer , Sandro • 102 Su ex Avenue. Nework, N. J. 07103—643 3234 Hampton. Brenda • 235 Pomona Avenue. Nework. N. J. 07112-923-7660 Campbell, Earlene • 257 Rote Street. Nework. N J 07108-242-6959 Hardy, Keith • 304 We.t Kinney Street. Nework. N. J. 07103-248-6820 Captain, Undo • 689 South Eleventh Street. Newark. N. J. 07103-243-2944 Horri , Eliroberh • 93 Spruce Street. Newark, N. J. 07104-824-4874 Caputo. Ermellndo • 328 Roteville Avenue, Newark, N. J. 07107—484-3754 Hick , Kenneth • 99 Woinwrighl Street. Nework, N. J. 07112-923-7770 Cere . Marie • 176 North Seventh Street. Newark, N. J. 07107-485-0679 Hill, Vergoline • 784 South Seventeenth Street. Nework. N. J. 07108—373-2541 Chappell, Priibllo • 1212 Comeron Avenue. Plainfield, N. J. Hillmon. Denite Michelle • 173 Ridgewood Avenue, Newark, N. J. 07112- 243 3984 CtCMM. Robert • 79 Cutler Street. Newark, N. J. 07104-485 5873 Coleman, Rolph • 21 lock Street, Nework, N. J. 07103-622-6951 Hubbard. Myra • 167 R.dgewood Avenue. Newark. N J. 07108-824-3576 Collin , Evelyn • 21 Jay Street, Nework. N. J. 07103 -484-3029 Hunter, John • 205 Spruce Street, Nework, N. J. 07108 Cotugno, Anthony • 102 Summer Avenue. Nework. N. J. 07104 - 485 5956 Hurd. Normon • 61 Seventeenth Avenue. Nework. N. J. 07103-242-5719 Cuffie, Cynth.o • 31 Boldwin Avenue, Nework, N. J. 07108-242-8895 Jakimot. John • 82 Jo eph Street, Nework, N. J. 07105 Cunninghom, Annette 182 South Seventeenth Street, Newark, N. J. 07103-643 5757 Jonifer, lynne • 208 Porker Street, Nework. N. J. 07104-482-3761 Johnion, Alford • 113 Chodwick Avenue. Nework, N. J. 07108 Dorden, Elroy • 65 Seventh Avenue. Newark, N. J. 07103—824-2741 Johnion. Be trie • 53 Mercer Street, Nework. N. J. 07103-643-2542 Dovi . Bertha • 213 Woverly Avenue. Nework. N. J. 07108-248 5414 Johnton, Joanne Young • 63 Mercer Street. Newark, N. J. 07103-623-0677 Doy, Oeni e • 423 Bergen Street. Newark. N. J. 07103- 242-6551 Johnton, Yvonne • 681 South Eleventh Street, Newark, N. J. 07103-824 096 De B ono. Stephen • 323 North Eleventh Street. Nework. N. J. 07107-485-8555 Jone . Colvin • 261 South Sixteenth Street, Newark. N. J. 07107-624-2449 DeMeo. Michoel • 155 Firrt Street. Nework, N. J. 07107-483 2048 Jonet. Joteph • 366 Pethine Avenue. Nework, N. J. 07102-243-4482 De Noult, Deborah • 804 South Seventeenth Street, Nework, N. J. 07108 375-4454 Jone . Michelle • 161 North Twelfth Street. Nework, N. J. 07107-481-7825 Jone . Shorron • 446 Jelt.ff Avenue, Nework, N. J. 07112-242-6057 De Vone. Toni • 132 South Seventh Street. Newark. N. J. 07107-643-7025 Jung, Lila • 53 South Eighth Street. Nework. N. J. 07107-485-4890SENIOR DIRECTORY r ___ Kcere. Rwitc I • 99 Honibury A mu«, Nework. N. J, 07112—923-0905 Kennedy, Roger • 80 Treocy Avenue. Newark. N. J.—07108—248 5436 Kidd, Michael • 839 South Twelfth Street. Newark. N. J. 07108 Kmchelow, Cary • 25 Clifton Avenue. Nework, N. J. 07104-485-8234 Knight. Romero • 69 S hyler Avenue. Nework. N. J. 07112—923-7506 Knox. Poul • 279 foirmount Avenue. Nework. N. J. 07103- 824-3652 Konortki, Stephen • 13 Clover Street. Newark, N. J. 07105-643 7998 Krovarik, Kathy • 88 Pulotki Street. Nework. N. J. 07105 —643-5563 loboto, Rocco • 67 New York Avenue. Nework, N. J. 07105 loporo, Thomo. • 463 North Sixth Street. Nework. N. J. 07107-484 3238 lork, Nyyo • 391 foirmount Avenue, Nework, N. J. 07103—248-5810 letkiew, Donold • 728 Ridge Street. Newark. N. J. 07104-485-7119 lofton. Jerry • 703 South Eighteenth Street, Nework. N. j. 07103-373 2719 lowther. Deborah • 74 South Tenth Street, Nework. N. J. 07107-483 1747 lyn«h, Roteonne • 364 Dayton Street, Newark, N. J. 07114—243-0835 Mock. Reginold • 410 Fifth Street, Nework, N. J. 07107-483-1269 Morkovich, Julmno • 721 Springfield Avenue. Nework. N. J. 07111 371-5065 Matthew . Daryl • 90 Oirord Ploce. Nework. N. J. 07108-371 0622 McAdomt, Jomet • 138 Thomoi Street, Nework, N J. 07114-243-1284 Minitoli, Joteph • 679 North Eighth Street, Nework. N. J. 07103- 483-3488 Monk. Hotel • 60 Boyd Street. Newark. N j. 07103 248-4302 Moronte, Trent • 35 Manor Drive, Newark, N. J. 07106 Morri , Kothryn • 61 Hilltide Avenue, Nework. N. J. 07108-243-0713 Motley, Coil ’ 134 Shermon Avenue. Nework. N. J. 07114- 248-9338 Norm, Douglat • 110 Ticenor Street. Nework, N. J. 07105 Norulok, Corolyn • 38 Oevelond Avenue, Newark. N. J. 07106-372-7424 O'Neal. Mory Undo • 80 Holland Street. Nework. N. J. 07103-824-5214 Phillip , Lethe • 143 Bergen Street. Nework. N J. 07103-643-2559 Randolph. Deborah • 47 Grumman Avenue. Newark N. J. 07112 -923 3262 Ratiner. Robin • 125 Tuxedo Parkwoy. Nework, N. j. 07106-375-4956 Reeve , leonora • 66 Keer Avenue, Nework, N. J. 07112-926-8792 Rehling, Judy • 70 Netherwood Ploce. Newark. N. J. 07106-375 7527 Reilly, Kothy • 37 lyon Avenue, Nework. N J. 07112-923-0605 Rhode . Reginold • 35 Mognolio Street. Newark. N. J. 07103-243 2809 Rice. Borbora lynn • 250 Veron Place. Nework. N. I. 07108-373 0927 Rivero, Virginia • 99 Moyboum Avenue. Nework, N. J. 07106- 345-5062 Robinton, Cynthia • 100 Chodwick Avenue. Newark, N. J. 07108-242-4224 Robinton, Lawrence • 222 Weequohic Avenue. Newark, N. J. 07112—923-2530 Robinton, Rita • 180 Wett Ruyon Street, Nework, N J. 07108-242-7144 Rodger . Volencio lennett • 77 le»lie Street, Newark, N. J. 07108—3730453 Rodger . Wondo • 227 We t Runyon Street. Nework, N J. 07108-243-6909 Ro i. George • 195 Littleton Avenue. Nework, N J. 07103-623-2866 Sondert, Donno Elaine • 1063 Bergen Street. Nework, N. J. 07112-923-7793 Serrano, Mercedet • 82 Pro peer Street, Nework. N. J. 07105—624-4880 Show, Condance • 11 North Twenty-third Street, Eoit Oronge. N. J. 07107-677 1324 Shower . April • 9 Keer Avenue. Nework. N. J 07112-923-7961 Sierant. Thomo • 233 Ellery Avenue. Nework. N. J. 07106-373-1025 Sloter, Carolyn • 67 Mercer Street. Newark, N, J. 07103 -622-2352 Smiiko, Debro • 78 Nopoleon Street. Nework, N J. 07105-624-4933 Smith, At no Newman • 37 fairview Avenue, Newark, N J. 07103-243-2739 Smith, Poul • 550 South Twelfth Street. Nework. N. J. 07103-248 3309 Soldo. Jo met • 456 4 Mulberry Street. Newark. N J. 07114-242-0919 Stanton. Richord • 16 f relinghuyten Avenue. Nework, N. J 07114 Stotiok. Robert • 518 Eighteenth Avenue. Nework, N. J. 07103 -242-5007 State . I ooc • 58 North Thirteenth Street, Newark, N. J.—484-5761 Strond, Corl Potrick • 112 Lehigh Avenue, Nework. N J. 07112-923-9140 Strieklond. 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