Ditmas Junior High School - Image Yearbook (New York, NY)
- Class of 1966
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Text from Pages 1 - 82 of the 1966 volume:
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Dear Boys and Girls,
As you complete another important part of your education and go on to more
advanced work, the thought I should like to leave with you is that the value of
the education you are getting is increasing steadily, As our knowledge in-
creases chances to apply it increase correspondingly. That is why you will
be in a much better position than we of an earlier generation were to raise,
greatly, the living standards of the poor in our country and of the general
populations of backward countries, to explore space, to make the desert bloom,
or to clear our air and waters of pollution.
Moreover with increased ability to produce goods and to render service
will come increased leisure to devote to art, music, and literature. Ihave in
mind here not only the enjoyment of these finer things, but also the creation of
new works for others to enjoy.
If obtaining an education is becoming ever more profitable, then it seems
wise to devote some thought to howthis education can be obtained more effect-
ively. Hence I urge that you devote much effort to developing study skills.
Give close attention to what you are taught about how to read more rapidly, and
with greater understanding, how to find important information quickly, how to
study so that you remember longer, how to organize and outline material, how
to judge the importance and reliability of statements, and the like. In addition
to your textbooks, books on this subject are available in libraries and book-
stores. It is not too early to start making use ofthem.
You will find the search for knowledge challenging as well as rewarding in
the years ahead. We wish you every success in your efforts to obtain it and to
apply it profitably, and we hope you will enjoy not only the fruits of this quest
but also the actual seeking as well.
Bernard E. Donovan
Superintendent of Schools
Cornelius J. McQui11
en Irving Anker
Assistant Superintendent Staff Su e ' t
p rin endent
District 20 Junior High School
J. Hoffman Assistant Principals L90
Acting Chair man
MISS BETTY BURACK: FACULTY ADVISOR
SUSI ROSENZWEIG: EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Cover by SUSI ROSENZWEIG
PHOTOGRA PHY STAF F
Mike Horowitz A
MRS. HARRIET SPITZER FACULTY ADVISOR
BONNIE LOEWENSTEIN EDITOR IN CHIEF
MARION BONNEY: ASSISTANT EDITOR
Jayson R. Wechter
Robert May A
MRS. CAROL DI STEFANO. FACULTY AD
Principa1'sMessage, , , , ,
How Well Do You Know Ditmas
Momentum Is , ,, ,
The Secret Agent ,,,.
Brambly Twigs ,n,,,,
A Time For Remembrance . .
Color Is Not Darkly Seen ,
Woman of Stone ,,,,,, ,
Sleep .,o.,.... Q. .
The Withe red Flowers , ,
Activities Sections, , ,
Senior Sections , , ,
Senior Celebrities ,, ,
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Ditmas Jurior High School
700 Cortelyou Road
Brooklyn 18, New York
Cornelius Mcluillen Seymour Glassman
Assistant Superintendent Principal
HOU QELQ QQ IDU KNOW DITMAQQ Grade 9 Form A June 1966
Namewlmxsdil gg Class 'av Gfficial Teacher '
Part 1. Circle one answer which you think is correct
1. The large wallsafe in the basement
Ajis used to put the bad kids in
Blis where the G.O. keeps its supply of gold bullion
Cjis the secret headquarters of U.N.C.L.E.
Dlages that famous Ditmas pizza pie
2. Room 1u6
Alis Dr, Hoffman's hat Closet
Blcontains five-hundred bottles of the world's finest wines
Cjis used for illegal off-track betting
Dlis not the wallsafc in the basement
3. The small lockers in the locker room are due to the fact that
AlDitmas was once inhabited by pigmies
Blkids used to be skinnier
Clone kid once tried to live in his locker
Djgirls wear shorter dresses
L. The baby in the bottle in one of the science rooms
Alis the result of a live lab lesson that failed
Bjis an example of what they do to you when you're sent down to the safe
in the basement
Dlmakes up the science midterms
5. Dr. Hoffman is able to know what classes are making noise because
Alhe's got good eyes
Blhe has a fleet of stoolies planted in the classrooms
CBhe's a good guesser
Djthere are hidden microphones in the desks
6. The water in Ditmas water fountains tastes like
Dia double bourbon, shaken not stirred
Part ll. Say whether each statement is true or false. lf it is true mark it
as such, unless it is false in which case do not mark it. lf it is
neither true nor false, mark it true unless it is really true in which
case mark it false. lf it is neither of these three mark it true
but if it does not apply to that, use your own judgement.
l.Ditmas is built on a swamp,
2.0ur report cards are made out by patients in the Mayo clinic.
Bolllya Kuryakin was graduated from Ditmas,
Part lll. Map Questions
Assume you are standing on the first floor outside the main offices
Draw a detailed map showing the shortest possible route to threei3H
of the following locations:
3QThe wallsafo in the basement
L-Baton Rouge, Louisiannw
a piercing artificial sound
is suddenly emitted from unseen sources i
and throughout the building of
there is an opening of doors j, f
suddenly, thundering, pounding, shuffling feet 5 ,
flood the hallway X,
impatient to reach destinations
stampeding ' '
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some stroll amiably h
while others tensely stride It 'hif ,
to the doom of exams '
a surge of bodies
noisily meets an oncoming stairway fp
someones books topple over
and the crowd squeezes past
leaving the victim to struggle
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omentum is all your books rolling down the stairs.
Momentum is playing tackle football on ice.
Momentum is a silent passing when everyone talks.
Momentum is a Civil Rights march in Selma, Alabama.
Momentum is a postponed Country Fair
Momentum is pulling the chair out from someone, when he's about
Momentum is hearing the second bell in gym and not being able to
Momentum is an IBM machine.
Momentum is having a report due tomorrow on a 400-page book which
you haven't started yet.
Momentum is taking a bite of a scalding hot piece of Ditmas pizza pie.
Momentum is an eternal flame at Arlington National Cemetry
Momentum is a 33-lf3 speed record playing at 78.
Momentum is trying to go up a down-staircase in time to go to
is growing up.
is climbing to the top ofthe rope in gym and then not knowing
how to get down.
is letting all the air out of the basketballs before the big
is a Yearbook from a certain Junior High School.
is dropping apenny from the top of the Empire State Building.
is standing underneathapenny that has been dropped from the
top of the Empire State Building.
is an overdue library book.
is the property of a moving body which determines the length
of time required to bring it to rest when under the action
of a constant force. CWebster's New Collegiate Dictionaryb
by Jayson R. Wechter and Staff
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arms reaching up to the Pearly Gates and its HJ., X,-vp
roots stretching down to the Devil's Hell. I .Mg faq'-f-Q
always thought it would be there--it always has 'S ff F
been. At night when the winds moan their lone-
some song, and the swords clash in the sky, and
the drums roll, I think of my tree. How it stood
out there, weathering the storm and giving me
courage to do the same. It taught me not to run
away from what Pm afraid of, but to stand up and
face it. I used to wonder what unearthly secrets
one leaf whispered to the next, but now I'11 never
know. I'1l never know what made her stand so
straight and tall, why her face showed the
wrinkles of age, why she no longer bore fruit.
No, I never shall learn any of these things, for
they've cut her down. Arm by arm and root by
root they've cut her out, with a little of me, too.
But no matter how deep nor how long they may
cut, they'll never cut her from my heart. She
even taught me something as they dragged her
down: never yell out because you've been hurt,
never let your enemies hear you scream in
anguish--for they shall rejoice and find com-
fort in the thought of your suffering. Yes, there
she stood, tall and proud, in the evening light as
the sun went down. God, how I wish she'd
taught me not to cry. She did not whimper, not
even as she died.
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"Von, du, tree, faw," the voice rings out
daily through the studio. "Von, du, tree, faw."
A sharp, husky voice with a thick Russian accent
belongs to Antonia Tvardovsky, ballet mistress.
Her appearance is formidable, too. No longer
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ness. Her blonde and slightly grey hair is wrapped
tightly into a French knot. And then, take a good,
deep look into her eyes. They are the kind that
would make grown men lower theirs tothe floor.
Those blue eyes with incredibly small pupils
see and pierce through all. When she surveys
you with deep disapproval, they chop you up into
tiny pieces and make your heart turn cold. And
her thin, hard mouth puts the finishing touch
to her face of stone. Except for her eyes,
the amount of feeling that appears on her face
at any time is so small that it might not be there.
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take a ballet you endlessly
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N THE WITHERED FLCWERS 5
The shimmering heat waves rose slowly from
the cement, somewhat blurring the picture of
drooping buildings before her. The narrow street
was abnormally still, being usually filled with
pale, ragged children forcing themselves to have
fun in the blistering August sun. She walked on,
feeling the warmth of the pavement on her stinging
Inside the tenements, she could hear the miss-
ing children, complaining and whining incessant-
ly, begging their exhausted mothers to let them
stay indoors as a refuge from the roasting
streets. Their annoying squalls almost floated in
the heavy air. Leaning against the walls of the
buildings were some pallidl women, gossiping
loudly, looking untidy and fanning themselves in
protest against the torrid weather. As she passed
by, everyone hushed and gave long looks of dis-
gust and distaste. At least my hair is combed,
she thought, and my dress is presentable.
As she walked on, bright red flowers ina win-
dow box attracted her attention. But when she
looked again, she saw that they were really
crumbled and disintegrated from the sun. Could
nothing live in this stifling atmosphere?
She wandered along, and soon found herself
near a decrepit deteriorating restaurant, withthe
smell of unwashed people and greasy hamburgers
inside. Almost unconsciously, she opened the
door of the shop and entered silently. With the
few pennies she owned, she thought she might
treat herself to something special. But as she
came in, the faces stared at her in contempt.
Some became rigid with anger, others began
leaving and some just turned their heads away.
The owner came runningto her, saying angrily,
"Now you go away and don't be a nuisance to
any of my customers." And as he said so, he led
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Almost blind with rage and tears, she ran out,
feeling the burning anger inside her swell into a
deep hatred, something she had never really felt
before. How could these people be so utterly pre-
judiced, and what fault was it of hers that she was
born a Negro. Just as the sun had withered the
flowers in the box, hate had withered the persons
in the shop.
But then came a pity, a pity for the wretched
souls in the store who had slowly deteriorated.
I must not hate them, she thought, not hate, but
have compassion for them.
And with her shoulders back and her head held
proudly high, the Negro girl walked with dignity
down the teeming streets of Birmingham.
Ilana Seligman, 9-6
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Thanks to the Cafeterla staff we enjoy temptmg hot
lunche s eve ryday
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We give much thanks to Dr. George Hoffman and
fM1'. Vito Gennaro for
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Chorus, a4dv'iQfX1" Mrs- EVGIVT1 Weckslerf
mfmne Rasketbal Team advisor: Mr Leonard S1
Ditmas Dance Band, adv1sor Mr Albert Lev
rv Staff, advls
mas rt Staff dvisor: Miss Betty Burack
advidor- Mrs. Ethel Wengraf
Mae Engell conducts an mterestlng lesson
Dominick Puleo has made the Graphic Arts Shop one of our
favorites at Ditmas
11ne Bova helps a budding artist.
Our girls enjoy an
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I have promises to keep,
miles to go befoife I sleep,
miles to go befoife I sleep. "
-- Robert Fifost
Boy Who D1d Most For
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Bruce Di Sarle
Rose Anne Raffa
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Rosalyn Kupfer man
L. Bruce Blau
Harold Silver man
Terri L. Bregman
Michael As en
Helen Weis man
Clifford Kor nfield
Wei fBillyJ Chin
Richard Von Fricken
Nancy De Martino
Andrew De Simone
Colin Mc Catty
Linda P. Finks
Stephen D. Reiss
Andrew Fis chell
Zaida Del Valle
William Vis comi
Maryann Van Valkenburg
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Mr. at Mrs Edward Harcup The Brenner Family '
Mr. 81 Mrs Wm. Van Valkenburg Mr, gl Mfg, S, Silverman
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Muriel Bruce--Karen Thorne Silverman .' -X
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Mr. 8: Mrs. Murray D. Brown Mr. Sz Mrs. Normane Henkin
Dr. 8: Mrs. Otto Goldstein Mr. iii Mrs.I. Lerner
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Bruce- a name with 'L'
Lewis- the presidency
Ira- stuff from the closet
Larry- a homework machine
Neal- a box of thumbtax on his seat
Stuart- a late pass
Dan- a do-it-yourself electric chair
Bill- a place in the girls' gym
Matthew-a head in the skies
John- a passifier
Steven S. - a year's subscription to
Harold- a miracle of miracles
Steven Z. - a year's supply of honor
Steven R. - speaken Zee doitch?
Gail- half a World
Terri- a boy
Randi- a pinch to grow an inch
Janet- the back-door exit of Carnegie
Merrill-a summer place
Dianne- a bakurman
Susan- office 233-A
Louise- 37 emotional problems to file
Jamie- an automatic hand-raiser
Lynn N. -We leave ..............
Lorraine-an extra pair of vocal chords
Elsa- the other half
Hana- another kid brother
Stephanie-some math homevvorks
Lynn Z. - shoobee-dooooooooooo
Leslie- some greenbacks to go with her
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wrence Clark. . . Portable typewriter with chalk attachlnents
ruce DiSarle. . . The quiet one
e rome Lavan. . .1000 hats with sweaters to match
Ronald Lee .... "What another collection?"
Kenneth Peays. . . Sunglasses galoreCraig Rosenberg. . . Loves mone
Gary Ryniker .... Always with a radio
Richard Scheeberg. . . Big mouth? ? ?
Irving Sealy ..., Boots, Boots, Boots, Boots, Bo
Alan Silverberg. . . Always with the books
Terry Waters ..... Good to the last drop
JOl'1-U WOlff ....... Robin Hood and Little John
Martin Lifschitz, , . Mad clothes anyone ?
Lenore Boyarin .... Math in ten easy lessons
Arlene Budesa .... A teasing comb anyone ?
Loraine Coriaty .... A mountain of gum
Betty Garsh ........ 14K gold gum
Marga ret Marano. . . Permanent doctors note
Harriet Nembouser. . . A world of apologies
Rosdanne Raffa .... Quiet riot
Denise Regenb ogen. . . Naturally nice
Barbra Rockefeller. . . No relation
Donna Ross ....... Teachers pet?
Mara Seer ........ Eric Anderson, Phil Ochs
Helene Slomka .... 92's first lady
Paula Taubman .... Class organizer, or is it disorganizer?
Nivia Vila ...... Everyone's friend
Fern Weissman .... Our class worrier
Coral Wiggins .... As quiet as T. N. T.
Judithd Popik ,.,... 'fWho dirtied those boards ?"
Eleanor Schulman. . . A mouse that roars
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Albert Bodro Kenny Lieberman Nancy De Martino
Stephen Browne Alan Marcus Laurie Friedman
Barry Carr Jamie Trapanese Barbara Garfinkel
Ernest Coscia Richard Van Fricken Joanne King
Patrick Daley Rosalie Abbate Gabriele Kolb
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Edward Hutchins Harriet Billig
Robert Jackson Diane Cambria
Robert Kayne Elissa Cardamone
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Mitchell Blatt-"Please, this will be the last time I'll ask to 9-17
copy your homework. 'Y MISS ROSENTH-il-I
Robert Cohn-Bob remember, 329 is your homeroom
Alfred De Feo-Miss Rosenthal's BODYGUARD!
William Gelormino-Nothing to knock--Too heavy to boost.
Michael Hodge-9-17's Chatterbugg.
Harold Irwin-Always playing--Nexier knowing when to stop.
Stuart Jacobs-Ya know I met this girl and . . .
Lon Jacoby-Three years in a coma--.wakes up with a diploma.
Anthony La Moglia- The Quiet One.
Mark Lubliner-Another one always playing--Never knowing when
Frank Pugliese-Everybody's Friend.
Jeff Rosenthal-Loves being bugged by girls.
Steve Schwartz-"Who me ?" "Why I don't smoke, lose money, come late, etc"
John Traverso-Class Magician-Always breaking Miss Rosenthal's pencils.
Rose Cristino-See her friends by the door?
Refika Elibay-Sweet as sugar-Just as refined.
Jean Gugliaro-Essentials of life-Song to sing, Gum to chew.
Roberta I-linden-Our Leader, Twirler, Informer, and Friend.
Bonnie Kaufman-The Organizer and Persuader,
Cheryl Kreitzer-Contribution to the world--HERSELF.
Kathy Manos-Like a four leaf clove r-One in a million.
Edith Moses-"Anybody got a comb? Brush? Mirror?
Gail Pomerantz-Ten easy lessons in how to get a boy for 3 weeks.
Brigitte Richter-G-d's gracious gift.
Linda Scharfstein-Just shuffling her way thru school.
Rosalind Slivka-Ability, Brains, and Charm.
Beth Solomon-Sweet and Nice.
Ellen Wange r-Our trustworthy Friend.
Miss Jane Rosenthal-THE GREATEST TEACHER THERE EVER WAS.
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MISS ABRAMS-une bonne classe! ! !
MR. SIEGAL-another Marc Antony
MRS. LOPEY - a - pay to the order of. . .
MR. NACSON - "Para Manana! ! !"
LARRY P. - a "j:il1ed" pickle
MIKE A. -'a curly "mintzer" cheese
BYRON P. - a comb without bristles
JOEL G. - white socks ? ? ?
MARC SUSSMAN. - the game of poke-her
BRUCE B, - a playboy. . .
SCOTT B. - an undissected frog. . .
RICHARD G. - Applebaum! I !
GENE L. - a beam-balance. . .
NEAL K. - collecting dues speedily! ! !
STEVEN M. - an inch on Neal. . .
PAUL B. - a radio that really works! ! !
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BETH S, - sugar for your sweetness. . .
CAROL M. - Picasso's leftover talent. . .
ANGELA S. - educated nut. . .
TONI P. - a 365 day pass to be excuses. . .
STEPHANIE B. - Roll call, that's all!
STEFANIE K. - a hunka Zuck. ... .
SHERRI K. - wither with the weightwatchers ....
- an art museum in Greenwich Village.
- Neal, her twin!!!
- Notes for Bells are Ringing!
B, - an educated "cocky", . .
- two pets - Goldbaum 8: Metz
- a pair of "Schwartz" ....
MIRIAM R. - a trip to Hollywood ....
HELEN W. - long brush to comb her long
VIVIAN W. - a manicure! ! !
IRENE F. - her twigm, Judy Weiner! ! ! !!
PAM S. - a long, hot summer! ! ! !
VICKI S. - hot sauce for her temper. . .
MERYL L. - Tom, Dick or Harry? ? ? ?
REBECCA G. - a reserved Nobel prize fortwriting
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MRS. NACSON - years in life as pages in our text. . .
MRS. HARRIS - a proper line-up. . .
MRS. SMITH - a participle ......
MR. COHEN - "I hear you when I shouldn't. "
MR. FRADIN - "Turn it off" or "Picture this"
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A book about her family
There's an old proverb. . .
I speak much to much English
A Spanish Dictionary
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Knocks and Boosts of Class 8-16
- "Cool, Calm, and Collected"
- Nice and Easy
- "The Joker"
- Sophisticated Me"
- Nice Guy
- Power to spare
- Man of Distinction
- The Drummer
- G. I. Joe
- Big Time Spender
- Call me "Mr, D."
- A little goes a long
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- Always helpful. . .
- "I'm not late, the bells
Ilene B. Noisy as a snowflake
Margaret C. - "Do you have a comb"
Phyllis D. - "Miss Efficiency"
Nancy G. Everybody's Friend
Susan S. Like candy "Sweet and Nutty"
Celeste K. The Ace of Kings
Jeryl P. "The Girl of Gla1'nor"
Barbara R. Cutie
Esther R. Gay Talker
Janet S. "A Certain Blush"
Jackie H. Talkative
Susan H. Do you have the
Cheryl T. Swift
Frances T. - E. Z. Fran
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Richard Chalfin- Can I borrow a math book? Paula Birnbaum" Mr' Puleols bombsheu'
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Jacob Eisenstein- See! I got a t1e. nl 15 man Annette S beautlclan'
Ira Fried-man-I I Washed the boards' Linda Hochman- A walking encyclopedia.
Jeffrey FOX- Magazines anybody Marsha Jefferson- A song to sing,
Raymond Greenberg- Where's my comb?
Kenneth Hom- our quiet One. Robin Rosen- Our redhead.
Bruce Kadin- I'm here, I'm here! 'hu Rubin' A Piece of gum'
Eric Klein- On post everybody. Bell rang. ette swam- A Comb and brus h'
Gary Koran- Cur chess man.
Ted Malysz- What can we say-7 Maryann Van Valkenberg' N0 absentees-
James Montefinise- A talker? ? ? Deborah urray I came from the gyrn'
Fred Tanner- can I go now? Cynthia Penn- Mrs. Bernstein's protege.
Doreen Avimeleh- An absence note. Loulse Alfierri- A friend for all'
Joanne Kresse- Money for Red Cross, anyone?
Harriet Smith- I wasn't late. The bell rang earl
Ellen Weis s
Mark Ke rner
Gregory Suppranowitz Turns pretty colors.
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Oh my gosh, oh my heaven. All I got was a 97.
La, La, La,
I raised my hand, you just didn't see.
Like sugar, sweet and refined.
I wasn't talking, just exercising my larynx.
Her marks are normal 98. 6,
Granny a go-go.
She's wearing a brand-new hairdo.
Good things come in small packages, ha.
Sue laughs, Sue plays, when teacher looks Sue prays.
Why should I care if I'm tall? Let the world look up to
Generally speaking, she's generally speaking.
Mr. Ros enstein's friend.
He eats his Wheaties.
He has the right answers, the teachers ask the wrong
Leader of the Pack.
He thinks he's at home.
Full of energy, and will use it to go far.
No it's not 1000, it's 999, 9,
Never looks for trouble, but always finds it.
Like a vitamin, all mixed up.
Has lots of brain cells, but needs recharging.
The world wasn't big enough for both of them, so
Einstein died. '
The boy behind the smile. -
When Guidance needs some guidance, Jayson fills
The brain behind the meneograph.
"Take one and pass the rest back. "
A cushioned desk.
"Let's have a 45 minute period, not 20. "
The man from G. R. O, U, P.
"What effect does this have on Human Relations. "
"And he died, "
"Take your assigned seats. "
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"D" means Dependability
"I" means Integrity
"T" means Teamwork
"M" means Manners
"A" means Appreciation
"S" means Service
What do the letters mean to you? An appreciative parent
LAST WILL 8: TESTAMENT OF 9-15
ROBERTO ALONSO-his marks are like a
fever, always climbing
RICHARD BORDEN-"I was absent"
MIKE CALDERON-like a puzzle, all mixed
LOUIS DESIANO-What did I do now?
RONNIE DI SHIELDS-class chauffeur,
always driving the class crazy
ANDY FISCHELL-bright, small, witty
SERGIO GAITA-ha! mark me here!
ALEX GERSZNOWICZ-ah, come on
CHARLES HIRSCH-nice and quiet, just
the one to start a riot
ALBIN KIECORTUS-like a fireman, always running
at the bellCRAWFORD LOWREY-I wasn't late
CRAWFORD LOWREY-I wasn't late
STEPHEN REISS-Friends, Romans, Countryrnen,
lend me your homework
JAIK SCHUBERT-he's never lateg
the bell's early
NEIL SHUSTER-President of Nabisco,
a wise cracker
DONALD VALENTINE-I'm a marshal, and I've
ROCHELLE CRESPI-like TNT, tall, neat,
PAT CRISPI-smiling face, a helping hand--she's
PAT FELDER-short and sweet, can't be beat!
LINDA FINKS-boys! boys! boys!
BARBARA FRIEDMAN-good things come in tiny
HELAINE GROSS-sugar and spice, everything
IDELLE HAMMOND-hey! you vant a cup of tea?
LORRAINE HEUMANN-you were SO late!
IRENE MALIN-the reason a teacher retires
ELAINE MEISEL-if silence were golden, she'd
be worth a penny!
LORRAINE MILLER-1, OOO words per minute--
MARLENE MINT Z-a comb
THERESA PACIOCCO-like milk, Grade A
SHELLY PAZER-musically talented, always a
CLAIRE POLLACK-talk a lot, work lessg her
idea of happiness
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JOHN ALLEN-Allen, Allen. . .
HENRY BICHLER-I wasn't late, the bell rang
ARTHUR BLEIWEISS-there couldn't be two great
men, so Napoleon died
RONALD BOLLING-a year's supply of French
DALTON BROWN-like an artist. . . draws
ALLEN BURKE-could I borrow the English
TAK CHAN-if he was king, God save the queen
KEITH CORBIN-he's the reason for teachers'
JEFFREY FINERMAN-qu'est-ce '?
STEPHEN HEILING- wo rk fascinates him. . . he
could sit and watch it
DEWEY I-IICKMAN-if silence were golden, he'd
be wo rth a million
BONNIE COHEN-the key to successg all she needs
now is a keyhole
GERTRUDE EPSTEIN-she has a rich voice. . . well-
JACQUELINE FAVORS-T. N. T. Tall, nice and
GAIL FQRMAN- A Female Perry Mason
ROBIN HARRIS-a pretty picture, nicely framed
CELEASTER GALBREITH-she sings a "him"
SUSAN KAISER-a Chinese dictionary
GERRY KORMAN-another three years of Earth
SANDRA MILLER-a lifetime of happiness with Ronald
CLIFFORD KATUS-a careful driverg always
looking out for the curves
ELLEN SHRAGE-a firecracker of gossip for Les
LEROY LEAKE-a year's supply of passes to
Mr. Farber's office
EDWARD VARTY-a pair of moccasins and
NUM LEE KWONG-he has hidden talentsg all w
have to do is discover them.
Mr. Solomon-what's your rank number?
.IANICE ADLER-". . . and I love him"
NATALIE AIDLER-a comb, a mirror, and a can
of hair spray
STEPHANIE ALTMAN nice and quiet
SUSAN BEISERMAN L S M F T Lord save
me from teachers
DOROTHY BRYANT very religious girl alway
aying 'ah men'
DENISE WASHINGTON-an innocent look but men, beware
BETH WATTENBERG-a strict diet prescribed by a cute
Steche r, Janet
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Barbara Salby - A nicer girl you'll
never find. . . we aren't looking
Michele Shartsis - A little sugar,
a little spice, that's what
makes this girl so nice.
Ellen Singer - She could be an angel,
She COU-ld be 3 Saint: She yssa Candiotti Little Lyssa she
Could be quiet: but that shall drink no more for what
She ain't' she thought was H20 was HZSO4
Frances Templeman ' Law of the three Lisa Dinhofer Like chocolate pudding
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Barbara Tessler " Prettlff Witty and oan Feigenbaum is it true blondes
smartg an ideal target for have more funo
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Patsyann Vitale - It may be her eye She Went for toys, HOW Sheng
it may be her hair, but what Older and goes for boys
ever it is BOYS BEWARE! Kahaner Life, Liberty and the
Delcina Wilson - Delcina has an axe pursult of Dale
She gave her teacher forty Lander - She looks quiet, but so does
wacks only to find she had T. N. T
left our One' - - Watch our Mr' udy Miu - If silence were golden Judy
Group here she comes. would be rlch
May Ng - If May was shipped across the
sea, what good swimrne rs all the
boys would be
Phyllis Restaino Phyllis 1S a proper
noun proper up and proper down
feminme gender cutest case
of the masculine race
Mark Alesse - Mark's mouth is like a window on a hot summer day
it's always open.
Micheal Barrett - L. S. M. F. T. lLord Save Me From Teachersj
Bruce Bolt - Like a London citizen, always in a fog,
Kenny Brock - He knows all the answers, but the teachers ask the
Alan Cohen - Cleopatra rules the Nileg Alan's briefcase rules the
Robert Falotico - Who needs Who needs Lincoln When we have
Robert to do our thinking.
Gerald Lerrnan - Work facinates him, he loves to watch it.
Ruben Rodriguez - He stands in front of Bellevue and sings, "Let
My People Go."
Frank Saccente - Like a tea bag always in hot water,
Ronald Sexton - Work never killed anybody, but Ronald isn't taking
Sal Stabile - Who needs Einstein Who needs Lincoln. . . He does!
Ely Wachtel - And so my fellow students, "Ask not what I can do
for you, ask what you can do for me, "
.Tack Weissberger - I didn't come late, the bell rang early.
David Wolfson - Though it seems that David is quiet and shy, there
is a lot more to this fellow than meets the eye,
Knocks and Boosts
COHPLIHENTS DF THE
Michel Engelhardt Monsieur President
Jonny Haber our football he ro
Fu Gregory Jackson a male secretary? ? ?
Norman Katz I can't see!
Jeff Kipperman a small stick of dynamite
Victor Kowalsky sneaky
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Mark Smith Put up the chairs!
David Steele the quiet one
Dale Wolbrum he's great. . . ask him
Maria Bascone Fri-6I1dlY
Rex Wildman has a loyal friend
Denise Rosenberg rings on her
Zaida Del Valle better late than never
Marian Rosenberg noisy as a snow flake
, Christine Donegan the earlybird? ? '?
C0115 l Patricia Spoto she's not there
Lynne Feldman tell Katie I'm here
Barbara Seifer a smart one
Colleen Johnson a nice classmate , ,
Katie Skolmich Attendance anyone! ! !
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