East Side High School - Torch Yearbook (Newark, NJ)

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 TORCH 1969 7 T Ji . East Side High School Newark, New Jersey 3“To follow knowledge like a sinking star” 6To blend silence, sound and sinew 10com£ ro th£ rRADING POST STRAIGHT OOWN ANO TO TU£ RIGHT Period 'fj bttOttt 9oi ooi 4-5-6 $(WOOt1518“To seek”“To find and not to yield.” ?■ Mr. Walter Ackerman PrincipalMr. Neil Flanagan Vice Principal Mr. Aaron Goff Vice Principal Mr. Ed Salz Administrative AssistantMilton Riegel Class Of January, 1923 Alumni Roster Once again two outstanding Eastside graduates are honored in the Torch for their contributions as American citizens to our way of life. President. M. Ricgrl Company. Newark MEMBERSHIPS AND COMMUNITY SERVICE Newark Human Rights Commission Board of Trustees of Ironbound Manufacturers' Association St. James Hospital Building Committee Newark's :)0ntti Anniversary Parade Committee Chairman YMCA Membership Committee Chairman, vanous East Side High Alumni a Hairs President. A.A.U. of Newark Sales Executive Club of New Jersey Advertising Club of New Jersev Greater Newark Chamber of Commerce New Jersey Manufacturers' Association Community Development Council of Newark Executive Hoard of South Mountain Lodge. B'nai Brlth Veteran. World War II Not the least ol Mr. Riegel's credentials is that he is undoubtedly the must loyal high school alumnus In the state. He has attended virtually every East Side football game during the past -Ml sears, and he can be depended upon for service to his school at all times He is the ultimate East Sider 26of Superior Merit EDUCATION Newark Slate College. I'MO. Bachelor of Science Howard University. 1MI-43, graduate study Montclair State College. 1943 Master of Arts Columbia University, 1955. Doc-tor of Education TEACHING EXPERIENCE Grade Teacher. lfMl—43, Washington. D.C. Grade Teacher. 1943-57. Newark Public Schools Remedial Reading Teach,-,. 1957-63. Newark Public Schools Vice Principal, 1963-64. Carfield School. Newark. New Jersey Principal. 1961-67. Hawkins Street School. Newark. New Jersey Part-time Instructor in English. 1963-6-1. Newark State College Visiting Instructor, summer 1965. Virginia State College at Petersburg Head Teacher, summer 1966. Head Start Program. Hawkins Street School. Newark. NJ. Administrator. 5 1 67. City-wide Summer Elementary Reading Program. Newark. N.J. Assistant Superintendent in Charge ol Curriculum Services. 7 1 67 - present. Newark. N.J. COMMUNITY Board d Directors. Newark YM-YWCA. 1964-67. 1967-70 Commission of Interracial Policies and Programs, National Council YMCA Carden State Ballet. I960 Chairman of Educators. Swan l-ake Ball. 1967. 1968 Woman's Committee Area Redevelopment Committee and Corporation. 1963 and 1964 Governor's Conference and Employment. 1962 ami 1963 Charter member and an Incorporator. Associated Community Councils of Newark, and sec-ret ary. 1956-60 MEMBERSHIPS Kappa Delta Pi. Honor Society in Education Alpha Kappa Alpha, college women's sorority, life member National Society for the Studs of Education Newark Museum Association Life Member N.A.A.C.P. life Member. National Ccxincil of Negro Women United Community Corporation member Newark State College Alumni. Editor 1960-63 The Newark Stater" Dr. Alma Flagg Class Of January, 1935 AWARDS 1968 Newark State College. Honorary Degree of Doctor of letters 1967 Weenuahtc Community Council. Citizenship Award 1966 N.S.C. Alumni Association Award for Distinguished Service to Eckication 1965 Newark Chapter, National Counc il of Negro Women 1965 Newark Chapter. Zrta Phi Beta Sorority 1964 North Jersey Unit. N.B.P.W.C. 1963 Newark Chapter. Alpha Kappa Alpha 27Mr. Scott, Head Counselor 28 Miss Lepore Mr. Rosamilia Mrs. Schefter Mrs. Poll Senior Guidance Counselors“Teaching is not a lost art, but the regard for it is a lost tradition.” Mr. Walter Afflitto Mrv Kathryn Alexander Mrv IK-lcn Balcrrvki Mrv Elvira Barragan I’hvtical Education Home Economic Spanish Mr . Be Bart net Bmincu 29“To convey • • yy Mix. Hmalind Buxh SciflKt Mr. I-connrd Chill Social Studies Mix. Evelyn Campbell Mr. George Capodagli Mrs. Maria Cardiellox Librarian Buhiwb English Mr. Joseph Ciceone Science MIm Kathlren Conroy English Mrs. Margaret Coppola Horne Economics Mrs. Olga Cavanaugh Health Mr. Anthony Corxo Social Studies With Mrs Conroy, you have to "Get the point.” 30Mr. RussoinaDD and Mr. Marano discus vocational pLun with seniors. Mr . EKza ( olnmcu Spaiiuh Mr . Patricia Curvin English Mr. Anthons D'Andrea Science Mr. Jolin Cullen Art Mr. Joseph D'Arohola Mechanical Drawing Mis Virginia DAngola Physical Education Mr. Orlando DiFrancesoo English Mr. Nicholas DiNardo Music Mr. Kesin Duggan Physical Education Mrs. Ruth Feinherj; Business 31Mr Chill checks Trading Post. Mr. Dennis Golabek Business Miss Jean Gondii Science Mr. Bernard llailpcrin Title 1 Coordinator Mr. John Harder Business Mr. Mum llccht Business Mrs. Marilyn Harris Librarian Mrs IJIIian Kaplan Social Studies Mr. Harold Jas English Mrs. Keha Hicks Home Economics Mr. Sydnrs Hamm Mathematics Mrs. Grace Francucone Sccretarv Mrs. Tlieresa Galante Health 32“To enlighten . . Mr. George KnJcr Chairman. Socud Studio Mis'. 11 ermine Leitereg Physical Education Mr. Barrett King Science Miss Mars Kelly Mathematics Mr. Peter Lardieri Business Mr. Kasmond Kirshhaum Art Mrs. IJIIian Kolhert English Mr. Vanderhoof approves metal work. Mrs. Virginia IePore English“To identify . . Mrs. Sena wnu vati hrd. Mr. Emanuel Magid Chairman. Mathematic Mr. Patrick Marchetani Wood Shop Mr. Michael Magistro Mechanical Drawing Mr . Marion Matara sn English Mr. Jcneph Lidd% Jr. English Mr. Mayo lacai Science Mr. John Mangelli Mechanical Drawing Mr. Paul McCabe Bmincvt Mr. Bert Manhofl Physical Education Mr. Arthur Marano CounselorMr. Womack e pUin» a biology drawing. Mr . Selma Metal Knglidi Mr. Richard Miller Shop Mr. William Milling Knglish Min Donna Mit macher Mathematical Mr. Gregory Notte Mrv '? " No%,k Phy kal Education English 35Mr. Frank Pelovo Physical Education Mr. FUmm discusses a difficult equation. |{n (;aro| Polakowsld Mathematics Mm. Be mice Poll Mr . France Pollack Social Studic Business Mia Do!ore Porrmann Mr. Edward Posner Chairman — I- nguages Social Studies Dr. Irving Price English 36“And to question . . Mbs Christine Pucciarelli Mathematics )ames yucli HlUIDCU Mm. Ruby Roberts Science Mbs Ann Rodrigues Business Mr. Angelo Rosamilia Mathematics "Oh. these interruptions!" 37 Mr. Arthur Salicctti Social Studies Mrs. Sally Roth Secretary Mr. Renard Rossi Physical Education Mr. Matthew Kussomanno Physical Educationwas still learning when I taught my last Mr. Anthons San Filippo Substitute Mrv Barbara Santas Rminrss Mr . I jura Schcftcr Mathematics Mr . Mane Sena Busincv' Miss Virginia Sisharm English Mr. Irving Springer Business Mr. Adam Stanislavsc si Latin Mr. Otto Stoll Physical Education Mr. I»ui Sutera Music Miss Eleanor Swskossski Mathematics {•earning the problems ol laisiness with Mr. Boyar Mr. Albert Tarler Shop Miss Frances Teresi Special Education Miss Susan Tereski Social Studies Miss Irene Tnisrkossska Health 38Mr. Bernard Willi Mrnic Mr. Peter Yascymtki Reflections . . . Mr. Ilendler Mr. Leslie Wormack Science Mr. Robert Wright Shop Mr. Morris Zevin Science Mrv Margaret Velardo Buunnt Mr. Irving Wallock Rn ith Mis Man Ann Weege Knglish Min V irginia Wright French Mr . C.loria Wiener Secretary Mr. (herald Yablomk Social Studies Mr. Stephen Vanderhooi Shop k Mr. Vincent Young Shop Mr . Dorothy Zettler BusinessOffice Staff Officer Nick Adams Custodial StaffSchalfrcn. Tackle All-City llliv End llainlrtt. End 11 art. Center Pcpc. Cturd Herald. Back AII City Robinson. Back Football Kavt Side Red Raiders A strong line and hard running backs highlighted East Side's Football Team this year which compiled a 5-3-1 record. Beanie Herald and Joe Schaffren represented the team on the All-City and All-Met Teams. Victories over Thomas Jefferson of Elizabeth. West Side and a lit! with arch rival South Side proved to be the big moments for this team.Blue. End Bradley. Center iwn.ui. I arltle Alexander. Back Cerhart goo for gain behind jjkxI Mocking.Hard running "Beanie'' Herald cuts through Barringer line Coaches Lardieri. Marano. Manhoff and Ruhas plot Strategy on sidelines. I .ope scores again ! Bee 46Soccer Team Wins 16 in a Row Mario Pinto dude defender . Hi ht. Tino Domingue penetrate goal. Ale Pirr u e hi head. Mr. Greg Nolle s soccer team has provided East Side with a Citv Championship title for the last six years and this year’s team was not alxxit to lie an exception. Overflowing with talent, the undefeated City Champs compiled a 14-0 record and finished second in the state liehind high scoring Julio Nunes. Mario Pinto and Alex Pires; and unyielding defense of Altino Domingues. Rui Rodrigues, Joe Servo and Antonio Matos.Soccer champs Goalie Joe Servo mvm another.Urn Hamlet lead in 120 hi) hurdle ’68 City Champions — first ever For ihe first time in the history of the school, an East Side Track learn won the Newark Track Championship. Also, under coach Len Chill, the mile relay team won the l ong Branch Belays. New Jersey’s top relay meet. Willie Freeman tg iZLong Branch Mile Relay Champions Kurt Gullwruth cutx tape in 880. A job well done Warren Willoughby tfride out in two mile race. Gal Blue SI William RobinsonTennis Team Shows Promise Strong, smart, and skillful all describe East Side’s determined Tennis team. Captain Tony Rodriguez, Larry Armenti, and Joe Vidal led last year’s team to a third place finish in the City. With added assistance from seniors Al De Armas, Richard Olivcra. and Pedro Perez. Coach Barrett King intends to better that performance this year. Standing - Mike Pi Irek i. Ray Rodrigue . Tony Rodrigue . I-arrv Armenti. Robert l imotta. and Mr Barrett King. Kneeling - Steve Tolinan. James 1-akc. and Joe VidalGolfer City Champs Mr. Rothhard. Frank Sag)’. Joe Vtcidnmini. Dan Ardito and Vincent Cam pi Coach Rnthlurd and Joe Vkfdomlni hnw tee hot power. “They were (he best we ever had”, lieamed Coach Sid Rothbard when praising his ( 8 City Champion golf team. Frank Nagy. who displays the golfer image, led the way to the City Title and undefeated season. Frank was individual City Champ in ’67 and placed second in ’68. Both Creg Restivo and Joe Vicidomini contributed greatly to the talented squad. Dan Ardito and Vincent Campi watch »hot 53 Frank Na .’ show. form.Baseball Koval chalks up a no-hitter in Hamnger same. Infield talk over the nest play. Clutch hitting gave Haiders slight edge. Coach Frank Peloso has turned out a number of fine liaseball clubs and this unit was in keeping with his tradition. Last season’s Raider hasel»all team led by Jerry Alexander (hitter) and Bobby Koval (pitcher), compiled a won-lost record of 10-8 and finished tied for second in the City League. 54Herald makes the htg play at first Rich l,eonard»s. Nick Coducci. Reserves wait for their Him 55 "Each of us. if wc would grow, must be committed to excellence and victory; even though we know complete victory cannot lie attained, it must Ik pursued with all one's might. "The championships, the color; all of these things linger onlv in memory. It is the spirit, the will to excel, the will to win; these are the things that endure.” Vince Lombardi 56Cross Country East Side’s Cross Country team posted a 4-5 win loss record in the endurance sport. Walter Lester proved to Ih the leading pointrnakcr, with Charles Alsbrook. co-captain. Charlie Margiotta George Curavagc. Frank Arias and Stan Harris rounding out the varsity team. Pasqual Ramos was the city junior varsity champion. This is a definite sign of good things to come in the future. Charlie Maryjottu leads Sian Harris and Dennis Stoia in varsity race. Frank Arias (-o-capUin Walter listerF encing Joe CticvhuM. Allan Brawn. Mannv Vidal. Frank Kozlowdd. Dour Hunkelr. and Coach Harry Boutukanv "Iji Fetninc Falalc" Dour llunkclr Frank Kozlowiki louche Dour Hunkelr After losing their Captain. Frank Kozlowski, for the Ircttcr part of the year due to a knee ailment, the East Side Fencing Team still managed to place thin! in the City Championship match.Cal Blue hits on a jumper.Wrestling Urrv Quell. City Champ Greg Smith. City Champ Coedi Rubes instructs Robecto Vcnero. City Champ ConMlf strive for pin. Below. Queli shows winning form. 62The wrestling team, under the coaching of Mr. Pete Rubas, wrestled their way to a second place in the city. Taking first places in the City Meet were Greg Smith. Larry Quell, and Robert Venero. Other finalists were Richard Oliveira and Tony Rodrigue .. Dennis Gonzalez and Dave Wotowich finished third. Rodriguez size up opponent. Greg South takes charge ileft Dennis Gonzalez Richard Oliveira Tony Rodriguez 63Swimmers City Champs The swimming team, under the tutelage of Mr. Kip Rossi, captured East Side's first city swimming championship in 21 years by winning the city meet, Led by seniors John Stein. Dennis Ference, Frank Velez and John Click, each winning a gold medal, the team posted a dual meet record of 15 wins and 2 losses. Mow; Stein how breast stroke style. Ference win freestyle. Velez lake offClick lakes breast stroke. Below: East Side tankmen urge teammate to victory. 65Key club Servettes The Servettes is a group of girls who wish to participate in helping Hast Side High School. Their job is to serve at social functions such as: dances, luncheons, and graduation. Mrs. Bartner is the advisor. Officers are the following: President — Gail Matyas, Vice-President -Marguerida DoVale, Treasurer — Kathleen Mueller. Secretary — Theresa NVolanski The Key Club is a service club for boys in their sophomore, junior, and senior years. Its main function is service to the school and the community. How One Wayne Carbone Vice-President. Janie luikr. Alfredo IV Arm President. Allen Brown. — Mr. I i Francesco - Advisor. Row Two Bill Coram. Glen Maurer. Arnold Tcixcira. Treasurer. Tony Paiva.FT A The F.T.A.. the Future Teachers of America, work with grammar school children in order to practice their tutoring. They also have the opportunity of visiting colleges to see what the schools are like so they can decide what college they will be attending in the near future. Trie club members entertain youngsters at orphanages, nurseries, and other schools during the holidays. Middle four in front row are the oOccn - Prcudrtit Jane llclfrwh Vlc» President: Siaron Ferrocola Secretary: Debbie Struck Trcamrer: Frances Hnrzrtnpa Kirfit in front row Advisor. Mrs. Santos 1 Honor society The National Honor Society is open to all students of East Side High School. Students for candidacy must fall in the following categories: Scholarship. Character. Leadership. Service to our School, and Varied Civic and Community Activities. Row I: Sharon Speck. Jeaneen Sevta. Mn Brut man. Marpuida Dovalc. Nctcida Marabuto. Row 2: Bartura Palinucct. Theresa Wotamki. Lucille Homza. Vivian Uconart. lam Qucb. Pedro Perea. IVnru ('■on aln. Mana Mirqun Row 3: Annette Atuiun iata. Frank I iPiazza. I .am Armenti. Anthony Barroi|urrio. Ronald Sulewtki. Kathleen Mueller. Joseph Vidal. Maria Sainagaio. Marilyn Saggau. 69French club The French Club headed by Miss Wright take part in celebrating French holidays ami eagerly study popular singers of France along with learning French songs themselves. They enjoy a variety of films, read books on the country, and have general discussions. Scaled Officers: Yolanda Kovacs. Secretary Glenn Maurer. Vice-President Martlvnn Saggau. President Antonio Branco. Treasurer (not pictured) Spanish club The main theme of the Spanish Club is to get the members to learn more alxnit Spanish life, customs, religion, etc. To do this, movies, slides, and pictures arc shown at the meetings. Their Advisor, Mrs. E. Cotroneo feels that the members gain some knowledge from these. The officers of the club are: President — Lenore Catena. Vice-President — Colleen O'Neal, Secretary — Josephine Ponticello, and Treasurer — Carmela Corrella Row I: Carmen Milara. Vinccnta Mllara. Carmela Corn-ll . Ignore Catena, Colleen O'Neal. Josephine Ponticello. Caridad Milan Row 2i Janet De Falco. Beverly Alexandras. Deborah Struck, Jo-Ann Alfano. Rosemary (amino, Joan Pihule Row 3: Mrs K Cotroneo. advisor. Vincent Cicaleu, George Blanco. Ceorjje Brito. Henry MontenegroLibrary club Standing: Cion Bodino. VincinU Milan. Man Silvrstri. Brutrxe Lobo. Manana Miranda. Eileen Byrne. Josephine Cicalese. Maria None . Sharon Ferment . Charlotte New. Beverly Kolicrts. Cynthia Washington. Johnnie May CrayjOO, Seated: Man Marques. Ncreida Marahuto. 71 A dele lauirino checks reference hook. Mr . Hams aids student at card catalogue. Library Staff The meinlicrs of the Library Staff assist the Librarians. Mrs. Caim l ell and Mrs. Harris. The Kiris are scheduled throuKhout the day to work at the desk as clerical assistants.Afro-American club The Afro-American Club, in its first year of existence, pursued the ol)jective of studying and evaluating the contributions of Black Americans towards the development of America. Special events and projects included: A visit to the Galt Gallery in Chatham, N.J., the making of Black Christmas cards, and varied guest speakers. The advisor is Mr. Robert R. NVright. Officers are: President — Kurt Culbreath, Vice-President Michael Terrell. Secretary — Sheila Kdwards, and Treasurer — Charles Alsbrook. Latin club The Latin Club is an organization which exposes students of I atin to many areas of Roman history, culture, and language. By active participation at meetings, members add to their experiences with the Latin Language. How One: Vincent Campi. Diane Zapata. Anne (Scalar. Michelle Ocalevr. (seated in front) Carmen Partial. Cynthia (Jon ale , Alan Brown Row Two: Serafim l » Silva. Mr. .Adam Slanivlawczyk. Raymond Dragon, Albert Da Silva. Pamela ParvelU. Aloyvious Kwavck. Olio Games. Carlos Coozolcz. Joseph Fortina 72Announcer "The Announcer” is the voice of the students. It is published by and for students to publicize all school events and to promote school spirit. Staff meml)ers gather, write, and edit and illustrate the news. The paper also offers a forum tor the expression of opinion in the editorial and letters to the editor columas. Barbara Palmucci. Larry Armenti. Linda ftizao. Anne Thompson. Annette Annuiuiata. Alfredo DeAimw. Charles Ahbrook, Terrs' Woknski. and Mrs. la-pore. Announcerettes The Announcerettes. under the guidance of Mr. Hecht supervise the advertising, sale and distribution of the Announcer. Phyllis M ncby. Gloria Green. Maria Nlartinho, Mr. Ilccht. Rosa DaCosta. Cythia BUkc. Gail Mikuli. 73Student council Dudes of the Student Council cover a very wide range of activities. They must conduct all charity drives Mich as the Christmas Clothing Drive, which was a great success this year. Student Council must see that all social affairs involving the Student Body are conducted in proper fashion' such events as dances and interscholastic events. Also they attempt to instill in the student body the neccessitv for good citizenship. Student Council Officers: Vice President - Anthony Cuomo, Executive Board — Dennis Oon ale . Junes Faulkner. Secretary - Oradla D'Kpdio. Advisor - Mr. Marmno Treasurer Joe Pmllitto. President -1-eHov Wilson Bulletin BoardsC XK-h Bert Manhoff inlraduew hb team. 75Stage crew Drama club Directed bv Mr. William Milling, members of the Drama Club were given the opp rtunity to improve their public speech and demonstrate their dramatic abilitiev Besides dramatizing various one act plays for our own English Classes they also performed "Egad, What a Cad" at Classlsoro State Colleges Drama and Speech competition. The appex of their productions was their Berformance of "Come low Your Horn" for the Senior Class play. 76Chess club Through the initiative of boys interested in chess'and the guidance of Mr. Milling, a chess club was formed this year. A tournament was conducted by Mr. Milling in order for the student to develops a sense of competition. The winner was Jimmy Josko who ! eat Angel Castro in the final match. Quartcrfinalists were: {ose Campos, and Arthur :emicola. Semi-finalists were: Israel Segarra. Diego Herrera. Carlos Aldenedo. and Alfredo deAnnas. 77Cheerleaders SENIOR CHEERLEADERS at ri ht: Kneeling — Captain Ann Barluto Sitting - Vivian Vdtaggio. Beverly l.vnn. Linda Boimnvic . Rovemary Duva. and co-captain Lucille Horn aAt I-eft. Senior Twirlerv Front — Dtfcbie Major. Jeaimie Zielimid. Ailcic lauirino Rear - Judy Kondrovki. Debbie Veinlitti. Roberta Bonielloand band The Band under the direction of Mr. Louis Sutera plays at all school affairs. Outside of school they perform at football Raines and arc invitee! to play at various parades.Dance band Tlit tlaiice hand is made up of the best players from the orchestra and band. This Krotip is occasionally invited out to play for different societies around this area. R«» 1: Joe Salvatore, tal»rk Fuvata. Ixmrue Pereira, and Vrguetiten Oliveria Row 2: jowie Caralwllo, Carlos Gonzalez. Rkfcy Pozo. Steven I’rtun. Jamc Lcngyel, and Louu Valatha Row 3i Robert Adams, Lewi Robinson. Ren Sanchez, Angel Castro, and Peter San Giorgio at right is Mr. DiXardo. Director. Choir J 82Symphony orchestra Bernice Wright tntim cello. The Mixed Chorus directed by Mr. Willis sings at all the musical programs presented at East Side High. They also entertain at various affairs outside the school. jot Ciiiilu ami Dorau loi arcV perform during aisemhly program the lii the past as in the present e Symphony Orchestra con- ducted l v Mr. DiNardo is made up of plavers who play string, brass, reed, woodwind, and per- Mr. DiNardo «t» rhythm. percussion instruments. This orchestra prepared a jolly Christmas urogram together with Mr. Willis’s chorus. After this program the orchestra worker! toward a concert and commencement. This group rehearses once a week after school. Some of the seniors who perform with this group are Anne Jezek. concert mistress. Donna I-a arek, Annette Annunziata. Josuc Caraballo. Jackie DaCosta. Gail Mikuli. Marie Perielk), Diane Tomczyk. and Ben Sanchez. 83The Christmas concert, the first performance for most of the Freshman of the chorus, was directed by Mr. Willis. The symphony orchestra was directed by Mr. Di Nardo. Charles Abb rook heats The Little Drummer Boy" flanked by John Vannatter. Christmas "White Christmas" Ming by Bon Martins.assembly "The llrjvcm juc Telling" lo group singfng consists of Annette Anmm iut . Miritu Alverez, Julio Velez awl John Garcia 85Junior prom 87Duplicating squad The Duplicating wjuad. consisting to eight girls is a group which serves the whole school faculty. The teachers present prepared stencils and masters. The duplicating squad reproduces the desired iiumlx r of copies and delivers then to the teachers. As a reward, the girls have a social outing at the end of the year. Km | |r Rartner. Maria Giro. Nazareth DaSilva. Hnu DiCmta. and Mars Bedford Row 2 Mars1 loose. Christine Baker. Terrs' Wnlantki. and Maria Samagaio Nature study Cynthia Retiello. Mr. Zevvi Henry Calderon. Jwe Medina. Betty Jackson, Al Baskcrslllc. Keith Harden, Albert Dr Silva. Mr Norris Zcs-in — Advisor This dub has for its main interest the study of nature with regard to biology. The members who participate in cluhs activities receive a thorough knowledge of nature and extra credits in their science course. 88Jeanrcii Soli, Joann Eutlikc. Sharon Speck, Lucille llomza, Dolores Santiago. Dehbie Vcnditti. Franco Dron|(uvki. Pal F.wicski and Mr. Liddv. Sealed: Linda Fozarow kl and Charlo AW)rook. Editor. T orch Even' student on this page contril uted to the development of the 1969 TORCH. Zygmunt Sudol, layout Editor, is the technician who designed the l ook. drew layouts and cropped pictures in every section of the txx k. Editor Charles Alshrook guided photographers and worked on the Introduction, Sport and Senior Sections. Ray Matyskiel did much of the layout anti picture cropping of the Sport, Faculty, ana Feature Sections. Patricia Padeski, Editor Senior Section, spent long hours sorting senior pictures and resumes, anti writing copy. She was assisted by Fran Drongoski. Joanne Eastlake, Adele Iauirino. Judy Bartiromo and Sharon Speck. Alice Ashley typed major portions of yearbook copy. Eve Mucno and Lucille llomza. Faculty Sections Editors, gathered pictures. chose ({notations, and wrote captions for their section. The cover design and art work were done by Enrique Montenegro. Alice .Ashley types senior section. Editor Lucilk- Horn a. Zygmunt Sudol. Mr. Uddy Advisor, and Enrique Montenegro Standing: tarry Armcnti, Alfredo De Armas, Linda PtnarowsU. Sealed; Hav MalsskiH. cropping picture . Fran Drongoski typing, Fat Fadoki. Senior Section Editor. Judi Bartiromo and Adde 1-aurino. l.m-ilU- llomza and Eve Mucho complete faculty section. 89Senior Class Officers Class Advisor Mrs. Marion Matarazzo Always ready to lend an ear and her valuable time, Mrs. Marion Matarazzo. our Class Advisor, carried us through many a crisis. Her patience and understanding, and most of all. her good advice, never let us down when the going was rough. It was through her efforts that the past two years have been as wonderful and memorable as they were. For this, the Class of 1969 joins in expressing its sincere thanks and appreciation. 9293“Give the best that you have to the highest you know and do it now” Fdh Acoxta Juanita Alarcon Jerome Alexander Bux Accountant Clcr. I-cgal Sec. Bin. Elementary Physical Ed. Carlox Alicea Mary Alomo Mildred Altlon C.P. Phvxicixt Sec. I.B.M. Bin. 94 Joxepli Alexandria CP Chartex Ahhrook C.P. Lanier Annette Annunziata C.P. College Francixco Ariax C.P. College I Jm Annenti C.P.” College Alice Axhley See. legal SeeCatherine Man Bifdonniom John Bailey Buv Mndunditinj; Tech. CraftMivan Unda Mae Augurfa NMa Avalo Bu Millionaires Sec. Marriage Angela A agra Sec. Dancing Uitda Azagra Sec. Private Sec.. Pencil. Pad and Purpose Joseph Michael Baione C.P. Millonaire Ellen Marie Baker Clcr. Clerical worker Ann Jean Barbato Debra Ann Barbella C.P. Teacher Bus. IBM Operator Maria Julia Barbour Jorge Barca Bus. Marriage C.P. History Teacher Anthony I). Bamajueiro C.P. Criminal lawyer 96 Brenca Barnes Bus. Key Punch Operator“When you’re through learning, you’re through” Hank Bartek Judith Bartiroeno litd. Machinist C.P. Teacher Marlene Judith Bataille Cler. Secretary Joaquim Jack Batista Tech. Engineer Honrs Bator Margaret Rose Battipaglia Ind Machinist Bus. Secretary 97 Brenda Batts Bus. Artist James Charles Bayard Jr. Tech. Ind. Arts Te«acher Patricia Beatty Bus. Beaut lean Joseph J. Binkosssky Ind Air Force“Time is a circus, always packing up and moving away” Cynthia Blake Calvin C. Blue Bus. Secretary C.P Cngincn Linda Rolirowicx C.P. Teacher Kolx-rta Boniello Sec. Secretary Caroline Ann Bont Sec. Bookkeeper Lourikla Branco C.P. College Jainrs Michcal Bradley Ind. College Drliorah Ruth Bratton C.P. R.N. Robert Bradlcv C.P. College Antonio Branco C.P. Painter Sculptor Josephine Breijo Bus. Secretary Robert R. Bre imki C.P. Marine Biologist 98Rita Ann Brodie Clef. Undecided Susan Rmno Cler Keypunch Operator "( ur lotkerx are our lm uw chests” Carlton Broun Ind. Air Force Detiorah Bryant Bin. Ruiinen College Citgoty Bryant Bus. Jerry Buckles Ind. Police OfficerConfusion Isefore class Adrienne Burwdl B«». Denial Technician Gloria Marie Byrne Bus. Typist Marilyn Ann Bsme Cler. Beautician Maria Da Grata Cainpos C.P. Teacher Josephine Row Cams Sec. Housewife Dalis Joseph Caponegro Tech. Auto Mechanic 100“Wisdom is knowing when you can’t be wise” Mat) Aim ( apfaia Cler. Beautician Wayne CaHionc Manana Cardow C.P. ElcitiuiK Technician C.P. Mane CaittlUno But. William Hewitte Chaddkk Christine Chura C.P. Journalist Sec- Secretary Sam R Cicalese C.P. Teacher Linda Ann Cie ak Sec. Secretary Josephine Clark Samuel Clemente Bus. Social worker C.P. Doctor Nicky Col I ucd Bus. Bawl lull Haver Jouie Caraballo C.P. rrhem. Kngneer 101“We do not remember days, we remember moments” Jan ice N, Coppola William J. Corain C.P. Own Bambcrip;r Bu Computer Repairman Perfecto V. Corbacho Jr. Ind. Mechanic Harold Corbitt Bi». College Anthony Crancton Mary Crum pier Technical Klcctiumo Bus. Secretary Maria Del C. Culniia Clcr. Tipfat Gloria Cncchiara See Mortician Johanna Cncchiara C.P. Teacher 102Food for the body as well as the mind Kurt A. Cullwcath C.P. College Joseph A. ('unha C.P. College John G. Cuz olino T«h. Auto Bods Mechanic Jan |iirline Da Costa C.P. Millionaire Beverly Dailey Sec. Maria Fatima Dantas Mary Dante Sec. Insurance Broker Sec. Secretary Ja(t|iieline laaiise Oasis C.P. College ■ 103“Where all think alike, no one very much” Alfredo IV Arinas C.P Nuclear Knginrer Christopher Delli Santi Bus. Big Businessman Frank Joseph Di Piazza Knhert Dolan C.P. Electrical Engineer Ind College Nicholas Dclli Santi Bus. Navy Altino Doningucs C.P. Kngineer thinks Maria IV Santis Com. Cos eminent Worker Dennis Frank Dorandn C.P. College John J. Duarte Ind. UndecidedTo pauw and ird Vincent C. Dun Ind. Navy Andrea Eleanor Dutch Bid. Bittiness SchoolMr. Morino explains the working of the lathr. Raymond 1« Fd|o Cheryl Fenner CP. Aitomtanl See. l-nxiisa M. Kxnin Aurea Y'teiar Falorea Bits. Marriage C.P. Undecided Dents Alan Ference Arthur FemtcoU Tech. Tool and Dye Maker Bus. Undecided 106“There’s no security There’s only opportunity” on this earth. M K'harl Form Cannon V. Ffftiernu C.P. C.P. Pediatrician Michele Fillo Linda Finch Rotxrl Flatlet l-aura Fooler C.P. Mcdx-al TechnologM Sec. Airline Hatll C.P. Service C.P. Social Worker JoAnn Fortonato William Charles Freeman Jr. Victor Frevnlone Patricia Gallagher But Marriage CP Architecture lnd mii%kuu1 Sec. Secretary 107“Unrest of spirit is a mark of life” Fernanda Garcia Sec Millionaire Jolin Garcia Teroinha Gartca C.P- Industrial Arts Teacher Sec. Legal Sec Michael H Gilmer Donna Giordano Sec. Typist Frank Giordano Ind. Joour (ailo' Hose Gomr maicas Sec Computer Projjramer Sec. Sec. — Computer Pro ramer Jonn Glick Jean Gluck sman Ind. College Bus. I.B.M. Fernando Concalm Maria Gencnlves Tech. Machinery Sec. Secretary 108Katmxi Gonzakn Ind Koldun Gonzalez Ind. Engineering Jo-Ann Grahan C.P. Teacher Kichard Grrcnemcicr Tech. Millionaire Kdvsmu Gon ale . Pal displays dimple Denim Gonzalez Tech. Electrical EngineerHolmi Guzman IikI. JohniiK' Mac Crayton Sec. Uwvn Ijirrj ll.iml.-u C.P Pro. Football Victoria Hargrove Buv Beautician 110“The greatest reward of opportunity is to do more” Lucille lloraza Kathleen Howell C.P. Speech Therapist Sec. Secretary Dmijlw llnnkele Frank I Hu ImL Marine Corps Tech. Draftsman 111Mi® Tranhovraka tirose hygiene. Marian Jackwai Sherry Jackman Sec. Computer Operator Cler. Key-Punch Q| erutor Trrrva Jartiim Bui. Data Prewiring Anna Jerek Sec. Medical Secretary I-any J ohm on Magaretta Jonet Mechanical Engineering Sec. Beautician 112“The test and the use of man’s education is that he finds pleasure in the exercise of his mind” Eikvn Elizabeth Jordan Jamet J«ckn C.P. Butin™ C.P. Undecided Lynn klcipc But Writer Alan knehr I ltd. Mechanic Judith kondratld Bobby kopko Sec. Mutual Fund Salccgrl lixl Shop Teacher Jo-Ann korah Bus. Office Work Yolanda km act C.P. Teacher 113 Frank ko lowdd C.P. Hittary Teacher William krottl Ind .Air Force l inda kuheliek Sec. Marry a Millionaire Julia kulikowtld Cler. Beautician114 To be able to be caught up in a world of thought is educated” I-ois K«nko Bus. IBM Operator Vun io IjCtauo Bus. I'mlcrworld Gangster Jamct l.akr Charles IjMoIIj C.P. Teacher Bus. Teacher Denis Ijnning Ind. Tools Anlhonv Ijuiu Bus. Millionaire 116Coed health das listens and learn v Marvin I axil d. Travel John Ixmaldi litd Undecided Richard Icwurdh Thomas lewii C.P. Gym Teacher C.P. Teacher Josephine UVccchi Vivian Lkooart Bus. I-cgal Secretary C.P. Translator Richard Ixidato Vincent lasdato Ind Own a Borinas Bus. Millionaire 117Precision at work Cail 1-opes Sec. Secretary Teresa I uc» C P Airline Stewardess Maria Lopts Sec. Airline Stewardess Dennis l.uka»tli Bui. Florist Joe lope Ind. Machinery Beverly Lynn Sec.- Bin. Computer Operator Carmen lorcn o Bus. Druggist Brenda Mack Bus Model 118“The human mind is a fundamental resource” Deborah Major Bin. Beautician Richard Mature ic Ind. Navy Career Gail Malc vmki C.P. Biafogr Teacher Michael Malinowvld C-P- Biological Research Wanda Mankowvki B« Clert-TypW Nereida Marahuto C.P. Teaching Vivian Marahuto C.P. Nureing Maine Marccla Cler. Singer Jcne Marquee Tech. I'ndecided Maria Marquee C.P. Teaching 119“Wisdom makes life endurable” Krtpna Minjurt C.F. Elementary Teacher Ronald Martins Bus Pro-Football Gail Mat as Bus Travel Agon' Roberto Martinez CP. Nalsatorr Martirano James Martucci Ind. Machinist T.lenn Maurer Theresa McArthur C.P. Electrical Engineer Bin. Model Emilv Matos Bus. Secretary Joe McCloud Bus. I B M Machine 120diaries McConnell Bus. Tycoon Carl MeUan I ml. Trade School Kruno C. Mikol C.P. Undecided Paul A. Miktui Tech. Engineer Alicia Mejia Sec. Secretary Koherta Merrier Cler. 1 B M Call Ann Nlikuli Sec. College Robert Hugh Miller C.P College 121Kli abelli Million Cler. R..V Marilyn Mintcr Sec. UN. Antonio S. Miranda C.P. Knipnwr Mannv Monteiro Girvb W. Moody Jr. Bevcrlv Mo c lnd. C llrgr l„d. Tool 6c Dye C.P. Teacher 122“Life is an exciting business and most exciting when it is lived for others.” (Gloria V. Mom Bm IBM Operator Eve A. Mueho C.P. Stewards Kathleen M. Mueller C.P Sac. College Robert A. |. Muzikevicim Tech Klee Technician William D. Norm Tech. Draftsman Prank O’Brien Iml Programmer Robert O'Bryant Ind. Draftsman Delilah Odom Sec. Model 123Ddiiiic Major prepares Jo calculate. 124 Kirtiard Oliveira C.P. College Alida F. Olivo Sec. Executive Sec. Patricia A. Padevlu C.P. Teacher Patrick Paglia Bm. Beautician Anthony Paiva C.P. Teacher“Life is an unanswered question.” Marlene Pelak C.P. Teacher Jo e Pep C.P. College Joseph Pepe Tech. Tool Ac ! e Maker Julio Pereira IND. Mechanic Kfrain A. Perea J« « M. Perez Bus. Law Enforcement C.P. Teacher Pedro Perez C.P Engineer Marie Pemello Sec. Secretary 125Michael John PwnXti Ind. Musician Michael J. Pilecki Ind. Photographer Francinr Petti Buv Beautician Brenda Poole Brn. Computer Operator Nancy Petti Sec. Secretary Bright laces in Daniel N. Pierre CP. College dark hallwayLinda Pburowiki Denivr Price Ijwt Qwli Anthony Quintan C.P. Teacher Sec. Secretary C.P. College Bin Naval Officer Celle C. Ramalho Anthony Raw a Michael Reigal George M. Refa Bin Com put or and IBM In A State Trooper Ind. Millionaire IikI Draftsman Gregory M. Restive Sherman Riclu Alphatve J. Rivpoli Aida I- Rivera Ind. Machinist C.P. To travel Bus. Millionaire Sec. Airline Reservation! ! “When there is an open mind, there will always be a frontier.”128129“Don’t let life discourage.” Chrittinc Kodrieue Sec. CP. l-egal Secrctan Jainc% 'V. Rodrigue C.P. Playboy Frank I- Hmcu» C.P. PwchoLinalvM Ann Marir Rolando Sec. Secretary Patricia M. Kuvm-II Sec. Secretary Vincent J. Ruvvo Dennis K an Bin. Air Conditioning Clcr. Millionaire .Maria M. Sabatier C.P. Stewardess 130Elaine Salvatore C.P. Sec. Secretary 131“Life is full of eternal dreams” Migurl A. Santiago Antonio J. Santo .Maria Agent inha Santo Maria I. Saraiva Ind UcrtronKr Kn0n«T C.P. Te.chc Bmincw Mamagr Bm IBM School Jmeph SchaHrcn C.P College Marion M. Schmidt Sec. Fa hion Mrrchandi ing 132Jeancrn M. Soli C.P. College Barbara E. JOiumko Bin. Secretary Cwi-mloUii R. Simmons Clcr. Key-Punch Operator Arthur L. Severfno Bus. Undecided 133“I do everything for a reason.” Addie Slade C.P. Ed Slingerland C.P. Lawyer Frank T. Smith Tech. Airplane Mechanic Kathleen Sprague Sec Floral Designer Gregory J. Smith C.P. College Teresa Sprague Sec. Secretary Judy Soltys Sec I.B.M. Stephen Stalks C P College Law Sharon Speck C.P. Teacher John S. Stein Bus. IBM. 134Mr. Ckxone tfiuk-N Joe Cunha. Th«re a I ju a arid William Vorris in thrir rcvarch. Zs jonnnt Sudol Ind. Tool fir I he Maker Ronald Sulewvki C.P. Civil Knpneer Janie Su ynvka See. Secretary Brenda Sumner Cler. F.uxutivc Secretary 135Silent Fi(kUrr 136“Happiness is not having what you want but wanting what you have.” But. Undecided C.P. Uh Technology C P College lnd EnKJneCT Charles Valentino Walter Van Doren Bus. Tycoon C.P. Joins Vannattcr Bus. Maria Cler. Traveling Judith Vetawjuer Bm C.P Bustoe 137 Frank Vde lnd Ohtnpic Oiver Kmc Vella Bm Accounting Deborah Venditti C.P. Teacher“I am part of all that I have met Jtnqiii J. Vicidomini Bm. Computer Programmer Ivory Washington Iml Machines Charlene Wilkes C.P. Social Worker Joseph Vidal C.P. Chemist Vivian J. YoJtaggio William Walker C.P. Teacher C.P. Vivian Webb Sec. Nunc Catherine Wclguv Carol A. Wikarvki Sec. Secretary Bib. Registered Nurv Patrick W ilhams Bin College Paulette Williams Warren B. Willoughby Bus. I.B.M. Irxl. .Airplane MachineSpaiikv sitting one out I,eroy Wilson C.P. Lawyer Jmrph J. Wittmann Ind. Architect Frank W. Wolf Bui. "Booldc" Theodore G. Wisnewsld C.P. Math Teacher rherrsa M. Wolanski Sec. C.P. Teacher Constance Wood Bus. IBM Operator 139Wito f?4 X Carole A. Zalutko Daniel Zapata Buv Marriage C.P. Teacher Jcaniiie Zielimki C.P. Lawyer Cliriitiiir Zyjcwild Sec. Secretary 140“To strive To seek 142To find and . . . 143EAST SIDE HIGH SCHOOL

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