Flushing High School - Gargoyle Yearbook (Flushing, NY)

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'R-Fu 71-'1 list 1 A ad fp' is , F255 at if-, .5,' , . - M s him ali as-st aff' , V 4 V- gi., w . -' 1 MSW' A if' ' 'Bev Q-if K 'g' k x--J.:-g J' 554- . he theme of this issue of the Gargoyle, the Middle Ages, lends itself readily to the work of the art editor. But it also has a personal touch: most of us 5 as have a great many ancestors who lived in the Middle Ages. If you were your ancestor instead of being his descendant, you probably wouldn't be able to read or write. If you were one of the fortunate few who could read or write, and you were planning to study at a university, you would also be able to discourse fluently in Latin. You would look forward to wearing a cap and gown to all your lectures in the university, not merely at commencement. Your subjects would be first the trivium C grammar, logic, and rhetoricb and then the quadrivium Qarithmetic, music, geometry, and astronomyl. College preparation in the Middle Ages was cer- tainly narrower than modern high school education. We hope that your education has been broad and deep enough to fit you for college, business, or industry and for living in this present day. l3116i...il'r1-fm ,,, if ?5 4 ' f i ADMINISTRATION Seated, L. to R.: Miss Rueth, Mrs. Roy, Mr. Franzen, Principalg Mrs. Duckworth, Mrs. Mc- Clelland, Standing L. to R.: Miss Hudson, Mr. Kiso, Mr. Blumberg, Mr. Golder, Mr. Smith, Mr. Sootin. ' in roblems, problems! They think they've got problems, but just look at sf, 1 us, sitting up here day in and day out, getting nothing but abuse. How 55 I -Q' can their problems compare with our suffering on damp, cold mornings, L' blistering, hot, sunny afternoons, or on snowy days when Arthur's subjects never fail to aim a few well-chosen, well-frozen snowballs at us. Even the pigeons take advantage of our positions!" "I.et's face it, Bertram. Our problems really can't compare with theirs. After all, the King's administrators and advisers must oversee the entire domain, the well- being of everyone in the court is in their trust. They're the ones who must see that no knight-errant loses his way on the journey in quest of knowledge. They even see to our repairs and . . "I can take care of myself! Besides, methinks their job's not so hard." "That's not true at all, Bertram! Their job gets harder year by year. Each September they're confronted with a larger group of serfs to guide. I remember the days when the court had only twenty graduates, but look at this year's class-almost 700. The aggff rw XQY ff 2 ,f 'ba X C ,AA 5 j' K Q yffvfff : LQ 2-K Q' Q f 1 ,Jun X ' ' C-J-f--.-'-5-..ff""f , W , ,,,, f Mika 44 Mr. Bernard Balser I4 ix 0 fc f' , ' g F N Ill ' ' fi If x Q K W' 4 s 3 " 1 'f ff If? ,lf XYQSQ X ,-mu wud' Mr. Saul Robbins 6 fs 5 xx-. xx v I 2 f " X, X 1 f 'K 'VN X. ,IJ I' X1 Mrs. Doris Fried ' ax 72 A , Mfxff Q z X1 E535 1 55 :J X Es' fix M ti MS --its --19" x Kiki f 'rfb all 'X W g2:LAfiHV ,ff i i 3: Q ' A Xliisuia fi ' . ZIODAYI V ,f A " 5 J'-sfgt. if 1 ,ui-Q :Y-ii 7' . hgh? an 7:3 , Help send a boy to college advisers and administrators have worked hard, helping and guiding them for four years, so that they all may eventually fulfill the requirements for full-fledged knight- hood. The serfs have also received counsel from Mr. Gray in choosing their paths toward higher learning, and, as a foundation to these future studies, the Capable library staff has aided them in their research. "With all these advisers, masters, and tutors to help them they have a chance to become great people, even greater than that great 'chiseler' of our own day, Michaelangelo. The opportunities in todayls world are limitless Compared with what we were offered. I'll prove it to you! " Diligent serfs are aided in their research M S If Wi Today's serfs still study Chaucer . . -films. "Can't you remember when Chaucer wrote his 'Canterbury Tales' in the days when English was just beginning to gain importance?" continued Harold. "What was there for us to learn then? Today, the English scholars of the King's court become acquainted with the accumulated cultural heritage which has grown from that small beginning. Their lives are broadened by reading, writing, and discussing the ideas which have evolved since Chaucer's time. Every senior leaving the court is well-trained in logical thought and expression, and has learned the value of English as the basis for study in any other field." "Well," snapped Bertram, "one would hardly think they realize the merits of their training. Their attitude is enough to make me angry right down to rny foundation." "Forsooth, Bertram, comprehension of the full worth of literature comes gradually, learned tutors spend four years teaching the serfs to understand the importance of the study of the English language and literature as preparation ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Seated First Row, L. to R.: Mrs. Brooks, Miss Maher, Mr. Gerlich, Mr. Fechheimer, Miss Unser, Chair-many Mr. Gray, Mr. Smith, Second Row L. to R.: Mr. Shoglow, Mr. Weingart, Miss McKenna, Mrs. McConnell, Mrs. Goldsmith, Mr. F. Goldberg, Mr. ae-w-eff-wnfwffa-Nw-nwmwwwwm-W,-V-wwfqfVW---f--+V'-ff----Y a M --N W- S. Goldberg, Mr. Mangioneg Third Row L. to R.: Miss Klopot, Mrs. Ostacher, Miss O'Connor, Mrs. LaBarbera, Miss McManus, Mrs. Maxim, Standing L. to R.: Miss Spiro, Mr. Niemiec, Mr, Goldstein, Mr. Koplik, Mr. Nierman, Mr. Kleiner, Mrs. Claus, Mrs. Sherry, Mrs. Kessler. I1 ts?-' ,.--5 1 fm . Ate Q ei , 1 f X 1' 'w"'- uf" 4. -,f'1!3- -wif A... 1 0 ad-5 , .' l I 5-2F""1 " 5Zk- 3 Kb NB HISTORY DEPARTMENT Seated First Row L. to R.: Rueth, Mrs. Maclvor, Mr Balser Mr Guzov Miss Car Mr. Bessins, Mr. Crystal, Mr. Amend, Mr. Rubin, Mrs. velli, Mrs. Bomserg Th1rdR0w L to R Mr Kelly Chan' Eiflerg Second Row L. to R.: Mrs. Duckworth, Miss many Mr. DeMeo, Mr. Esrerowitz Dr Kirsch Mr Lunnin Mr. Schwartzapfel, Mr Rosenfeld Mrs Goldman for future years spent in the vast modern world beyond the walls of the Kingdom." "The understanding given the English scholar is analogous to that given the history student, and in neither case is four years a lengthy time to gain this understanding," Harold went on. "Zounds, Harold, at times your credulity astounds me. You can't really be- lieve that memorizing facts and dates benefits the serfs!" "Don't you see, Bertram? The purpose of studying history is manifold, it is not merely for the facts and dates, as you and many others erroneously believe. By analyzing the events of the past, we are better able to comprehend the problems facing our Kingdom today. No knight is fit to dwell in our realm without understanding the workings of the governmentg with this knowledge he is able to participate intelligently and prudently in court affairs. Studying history teaches the Kings subjects to think, to weigh evidence, to form opinions, and to attempt to solve their problems through sensible reasoning." ,f s Charting the course of history m, , "Sensible reasoning! Fie! Where do you see any logic in teaching the serfs alien tongues? English is good enough for them! It's the only language we know! Didn't we feel elated speaking the new vernacular while the others swiveled scornfully on their Latin-inscribed pedestals! We completely neglected ancient Latin, and didn't concern our- selves with reading and learning other languages, or even speaking to gargoyles from foreign coun- tries." "In sooth, Bertram, I don't wish to excuse our F ignorance, but bear in mind that we didn't even A know there was an American language until we came here. We are not like these modern young- sters who want and need to know about other M' people in other lands. They study different lan- guages and cultures to learn the true character of the people of these countries. Listen to the lan- guage classes! . . "What for? I can't understand a word!" "Exactly! We venerable gargoyles can't, but these young serfs can. They learn to speak Gallic, Iberian, and Teutonic, and they haven't forsaken Latin. They read the great literary works written in these languages and become familiar with the countries from whence they came. Their study here will help them to enjoy future journeys to other lands and to become acquainted with all people with ease and understanding." "How thou talkest, Harold! Language study can't be the only portal to ease and understandingf' LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Seated, L. to R.: Miss Rubinow, Miss Worms, Mrs. Lewin, Mrs. Thom, Mrs. Finnan, Mrs. Harrasg Standing, L. to R.: Mr. Robbins, Miss Cohen, Dr. Walker, Claairmanf Mr. Costaras, Miss Krepela, Mrs. Kallich, Miss Gonzalez. I., 1, Harken unto the language classes . ,J E .gm l s 5 a 't NN. Neo-Newton "For the first time in centuries I agree with you, Bertram. When we talk of 'ease and understanding' we can't ignore the contributions of mathematics and science. Though the alchemists of old never succeeded in changing lead into gold, today's mathe- matical and scientific achievements exceed this marvel a hundredfoldf' "Alack, Harold, what are you talking about? Look there, inside the castle! Those serfs seem to be amusing themselves drawing figures and for- mulas on the blackboard. It looks like fun, I think I'll try to solve a problem." "I agree that solving problems may be fun, Bertram, but in sooth you're ignoring the fact that WT mathematics occupies a role of increasing impor- tance in this complex world. While the students in the Advanced Math class you're watching are en- - joying the study of this fascinating subject, they also realize the practicality and usefulness of the knowledge they are acquiring. With mathematics as a tool, bold new concepts have been developed and we are closer than ever to fathoming the mysteries of the universe. Haven't you noticed the satellites zooming close overhead lately? Don't you know what made them possible?" "Mathematics?" asked a puzzled Bertram. "Certainly, mathematics. Everything about us can be explained by delving into the realms of . . . I smell stone burning! . . . I think you'd better put that problem aside, you just weren't cut out to be a mathematician." MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Seated, L. to R.: Miss Costello, Mrs. Koffer, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Lepowsky, Mrs. Toomey, Mrs. Mayer, Standing, L. to R.: Mrs. Maslin, Mr. Schwartzberg, Mr. Harpell, Mr. Blumberg, Mr. Lopiparo, Cbairmang Mr. Shapin. PQ A1203 -4- Zn -1- MgC103 + S il--5 BLACK MAGIC si Q 5 4 . W w ' 54 21 ' -sf i I . g 'L 5, A JIS 3 . 1 is f Wizardry at work PHYSICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Seated L. to R.: Miss Smyth, Mrs. Bickerton, Dr. Abramson, Cbairmanf Mrs. Zolty, Mrs. Harris, Standing L. to R.: Mr. Schrier. Mr. Kaplan, Mr. Straus, Mr. Daar, Mr. Shapiro, Mr. May, Mr. Sootin. 12 Ar Qlkiifialfflif Q aktiir "What a loss to humanity," mused Bertram dejectedly . . . "Do you think I'd have a better chance in science?" he interjected hopefully. 'Tve always had a fancy for wizardryf' "Peace, stout Bertram. You wrong scientists-no longer are they sorcerers like Merlin, they employ the scientific method instead of relying solely on chance in their attempts to make lasting contributions to mankind. They look toward the future, when this courtls young scientists, now in their apprentice stage, will have completed their period of initial learning and discovery and will join those who, right now, are working for a better world. Science loses none of the intrigue of necromancy, but manages to remove the element of trial and error." "Egad, Harold. Speaking of error, haven't you ever watched the science scholars in their laboratories? Prithee tell, do they ever perform experiments correctly?" "Don't form hasty judgments, Bertram. No one said that science was perfect. The workings of science are governed by man and man is not perfect. The worth of experimentation lies not only in achieving the expected results, but in analyzing causes of error, or fallacies in one's hypotheses, if experiments fail to work correctly. Science is another subject which teaches the serf to think. Verily, I doubt that this is your calling in life either." BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Seated L. to R.: Mr. Kessler, Cbairmang Mrs. Gilbert, Mrs. Albrecht, Mrs. Agronin, Mr. Wohl, Mrs. Hayden, Standing L. to R.: Mr. Giambalvo, Mr. SchiE, Miss Amicone, Mr. Corsello, Mr. Ruben, Mr. Feinstein. K Ziff!!! 4 , 1 MI: Z, , E g f 'E' 1 'v.. ,J Y f . -- 1 " c c I i W ' 'A", " ' f'-fA"z in -vs g H: lllvl -Q I .peW'f2,.,:2gl Q, I Z l YV if :,y,. A -, ,.,..:1::: Q , ., M wg."-Q--" sa PQA, . f ,,.A p 'fl' .,A. I f-- My K I e ,AAA ., , ,, F .MJ M9 "i ' if Court's Public Auditors "Perhaps I'd succeed in a more practical held, maybe the Commercial or Industrial Arts Departments would suit me better. Ilve always enjoyed working with my talonsf' "Odsbodikins, Bertram, you r1eedn't make the shops and commercial subjects sound like courses in basket-weaving. Thought is involved in manual work, not to mention physical dexterity. And what could be more practical than stenography, bookkeeping, typing, and the other commercial subjects, which enable those leaving the Kingdom to obtain immediate, profitable employment? Such training was unknown in our day when long apprenticeships under guild masters were necessary before one could be- come economically self-sustaining. Today, boys learning drafting, or working with wood, metals, jewelry or electricity, can apply their knowledge when seeking jobs or doing 'do-it-yourself' work, or use it as a vocation later in life, when, through the miracles of medicine, they near the age of us ancient gargoyles. How can you 3532 ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT Seated L. to R.: Mrs. Mandel- baum, Mrs. Klurfeld, Mr. Pinkus, Chairmauf Mrs. Fried, Mrs Roweg Standing, L. to R.: Mr. Forrest, Mr. Stark, Mr. Handler, Mr. Price, Mr. Greenstein, Mr. Mercer, Mr. Rosenblatt, Mr. Gottlich. ,vm ,Hb Z -J'fll,f.7l!!!14E5hfZ0,ME92 SECRETARIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Seated First Row L. to R.: Mrs. Jaffee, Miss Quinng Second Rau' L. to R.: Mrs. Aronsohn, Miss Powers, Mrs. Gennarog Standing L. to R.: Miss Carman, Miss Relihan, Miss O'Leary, Clmirnzam' Mrs. Askanas, Mr. Gordon, Mr. Kantor, Miss Fitzgerald, Miss O'Dowd, Mrs. Phalen. . iw 4 X p Lk .,Xact.a,,sras-X5S??jQk l xgisife-sgx . t -az i fs D 3 I L Kit . -he f'-' , . 2,25 tw. f E7 -: 1 " N ' - , a begat, Q.. . Wy, , Future guildsmen X ., , Fw Z? , ' 5 -.v f, , fi ,y yy mf- ff, W p A A f 1 if ,xx 2 fy f "if 1 , A f' J mana 4. W ' 42 , J Kitchen thralls ix HOME ECONOMICS DEPT. Mrs. Bernstein, Mrs. Caiola. if u ffm L1 compare yourself to the skilled merchants, traders, craftsmen, and artisans trained in these courses? They are the future leaders of business and indus- tryg a sedentary gargoyle like you couldn't possibly keep up with the rapid pace of modern living with which they shall have to contend after graduation. I couldn't picture you as a 'gargoyle in a gray flannel suit '." "Alas, Harold, if the modern world is so difficult to live in, why is time wasted teaching art to every serf in the Kingdom? It doesn't even seem to mat- ter whether or not the serfs can draw!" INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT Mr. Herning, Clmirmanf Mr. Erdal, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Paris, Mr. Abadie. ? i .JX- , J v is WZ' I 1,1 W W :M .V 'L 7 in fr, 5 , f ' filff' x- ZQY f -ii,t a-. 1 6 l W X 'fist psi? J x X-' V ' 'iff 1 K, 2 Ll, I , , 1, -I 2? We-v- , Q, , is . 'fi f 2 fi " ' " ,fffsffy Q ,D 4 gy fi , 3 gr! Qi , 1, , X Greg 'ff ' :KS ir 6 5 1 rg i, 'A' , , f X I I 0 . f l? ' 4 ' , 5, - H ' , r , 1 , H4 W AW 5 9 I ,rr X A master artisan and an apprentice ART DEPARTMENT Seated L. to R.: Miss Cathcart, Mrs. McClel- land, Mr. Thom, Cbairmang Miss Pudling Standing L. to R.: Mr. Gross, Mr. Bergere. lt.. ,af I . . .L ,., v,f,zlM J' 'f , 'V " , ' A I ,,,g5g, , Q. "1,,1., ' , 1, l MA .ry X .. ffir:WWff, R if , f Q? Q :J ' ' " "UQ, J:--ggi, . ' wmv ,,..gaf,. s ' . 'f.,f1?r.iQ1, 52 3 ' , , a ' :p,5l3.fJ'i".j"wil-, J ' , ., N.- N. .,i, .,., . , ,fgfIg:jj1.jf2ij5iag3L!'. ' ,A 5 - . : fffxiw HM1 ii . r if 4. '. fy '-cf, Vin.-5 4 -, k ,551 -aj! :aa 1 I f tfiif'-'E lV',"f' 3 l x ' l . ' ' Q jI,.j,.'r, gil ' g-Q-if . . " i' 2,2 ff nv . ,, .1 H' Z ia f "2 HM' . 'll?'u4:.f 35" X 'E w ' ' .1 " ' 1175 'trifle 'Wawiff If . l ' , "".' W '1fwi:f, .J . it --T Y f 1" 'AA f 1 A Af' . - js .1 . . - . ' E 'J ' 'i:3E"L':. RWE? ' i , 9 - , ' ir, f I 'Q ll Q .,,, "just a moment, Bertram. You dont seem to realize that the mentors are pre- paring their proteges to adapt to changes taking place in the world far different from any we have known. The tourna- ment of life is changing, and knowledge of the arts is a formidable weapon when one is challenged by boredom. Can you believe that these serfs may work but thirty hours a week, while enjoying high incomes and three-day weekends for their toil? They must be shown how to spend their leisure time usefully. Of course you must know that appreciation of the fine arts is not innate and must be instilledf, "There! You have just proven my point, Harold. A thirty-hour week! Courses in art! Pshaw! What kind of knights will these be?" "Marry, Bertram, no one unites his time in the study of artg he enriches his life instead. And that applies to music as well." "Music also plays a large part in entertaining man during his leisure hours. No longer is the enjoyment of music restricted to the elite. Wfhy, by a mere twist of 21 dial any one can have his choice: classical, modern, jazz, or 'rock and roll'. However, the serfs must be taught to understand the music they will be listening to before they can begin to appreciate it." "Thats not true! I never had a musical education and Fm not con- cerned about all the diversified types of music of which I know nothing, I'm content just sitting here singing, or whistling in the wind, or banging on my shield whenever I feel musically inclined. I'm perfectly happy with the one song I remember, even though I can't understand a word of it anymore: Sumer is icumen in, Lhude sing cuccug Groweth sed And bloweth med, And springeth the wode nu." "Yes, yesf Harold interrupted hastily. "That was considered enough in our day, when the only musical entertainment was supplied by the King's musicians, an occasional band of troubadours, or a few wandering minstrels. Now, in the Kingdom, music is taught so that the serfs may become familiar with the masterworks which have contributed to the great diversification in the world of music. This beginning in musical com- prehension prompts ambitious villeins to strike out on their ownf' "You mean they will sit in front of their radios all day 'appreciating' mu- sic?" queried Bertram. "Imagine how flabby they will soon become. Egad! If they study too diligently they will pre- sently become mere physical nothings, thoroughly unfit for the adventures facing them. And you call them well- rounded!" 5 g MUSIC DEPARTMENT Seated, L. to R.: Mrs. Piedra, Chairmang Miss Miller, Standing, L. to R.: Mr. Stamm, Mr. Orshan. fu ii t a lffi igsfm f 1-ia elif? ,' Q g 2f?i'7fi5' ' -fg, . 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Q - -gllf?tl"'lj", Qll- Qlfijf Mgt" g g ' ee i w ii-iiifig ua., iwff I X Q tg. ....,, 1 1 he - Q- iiiftr r -Yu :,a, Y ' , 4 .4 1- r e QL J," l'f'lllfll lil. 7-K in. lk WWW BOYS' HEALTH ED. DEPT.-L. to R..' Mr. Mullin, Scaling gymnastic heights Clmirman: Mr. Montalbano, Mr. Di Chiari, Mr. Jensen, Mr. Levitz, Mr. Berg, Mr. Larsen, Mr. Harras "C-radzooks! You certainly are unobservant, Bertram. How could you believe they had forgotten about health education? Every serf is required to take an active part in the Kingdoms program to develop the subjects in body as well as in mind. This curriculum includes basketball, volleyball, and other games and varied gymnastic skills. The most proficient and outstanding athletes and leaders are awarded with medals for their deeds. And we can't overlook the fact that the maidens of the court also take part in the physical education programs. They have even exhibited their talents in public performances of contemporary dancing." "Damsels trained as athletes? Phooey!" exclaimed Bertram derisively. "This is all part of the modern educational program. Every serf is educated so that he or she will develop both wisdom and fortitude. I get exhausted just thinking of all the work each serf has to do," sighed Harold, thinking that he had finally proven his point: that the serfs have many more opportunities than they, the gargoyles, ever enjoyed. His smug grin faded when Bertram said: "Forsooth, Harold, your arguments have merely shown how the serfs' formal studies prepare them for the future. A true education includes much more than this. You have completely neglected the activities that are available to the whole popula- tion of the empire! I could tell you a thing or two about them!" GIRLS' HEALTH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Seated, L. to R.: Miss Hudson, Miss McA1eer, Chdi7'17Zd71f,' Mrs. Allen, Miss Peyserg Standing, L. to R.: Mrs. Madauss, Mrs. Bur- Graceful damsels rows, Miss Berchielli, Mrs. Rogers, Miss Bader. ..l I y, - gg J .M KW -- yw,.,p:-ff33e'91?v7'j5iggfj,,zgwwligffqggywffjw' "ff . 'L - 4 -. - A Q o .27:4f,:Q'wa .'Qy1Ef .'-Eaiffisi' any 'af- -'JL fiffff.. . ' QW- 1- wr,,f,fc...g 5.5-w,-1-,.r, -f f gf-.V -,g3..1,p.:, cy, V ,V , . ,- . ' C awffgy , -5 55-i,,s,,,L., , ..f',3wg.5. f-,MV-3 ,...f 'fa Q 5, I. I , 'WWW ,'.. qv fr - f . . , f T ffyj ,, ' - ' f' - ,asf-Cf , ,I Vaf, 1 ,, I fy waist' Wm Wa it 2.52 P' 1 -, ' ' is ' QSM. rf 320' faq f 1-, ak " v -' fa .5-ga3w.f'g'fg. .aylfxrraf , 253, N' t - .. .,. a fume x Us Y . x X, L .r ' Q55 fgg-Zig:-' Lififjf-S'E,., 311- 0 , A 0 ' 0 Q . ' Q I 'A ' 5-J X ff. f I 1 1- Q,- f bwkif Wg 6 Q " W ' 0 0 - I o 9, 0 0, r ' ' X iff: 1YQu 'fe a1-ws? ' N' h heserfs attHeii4'1iietEiiiikfh't2?5"1f f5!3'iE2-5523 1 flffi' W 1 wax ti "'A , 'JL K i'Fief Bffffamf and drinking ale in ff hav them GREEN AND WHITE-Bottom Row L. to R.: Loretta Carcone, Doris Stieber, Marion Breck, Pat jones, joan Gentile, Gerry Piazza, Sheila Hulihan, Vivian johnson, Leslie Muller, Seba Gurun, Phyllis Melita, Beth Schering, Doloris Mimmsg Second Row L. to R.: Carol Cootz, Karen O'Conner, Lenore Castro, Margaret Smith, Kay Gigiakos, Faye Smith, Connie Clark, Chris Marion, Karen For- senius, Barbara Ciastkewicz, Joan Tramontano, Brenda , , 5 f WUT ,' 'f f . ll , ., Kgs ,. Z f W. V .La A i Marshall, Lynda Spielman, Laura Santos, Maria Vasquez, Carol Steinhilberg Third Row L. to R.: Sally Adams, Dotty Plant, Joann Deakoum, Linda Blaeser, Leslie Dodge, Alice Hall, Rose Rosso, Sue Leto, Hillie Schmidt, Linda Delapino, Joan Marx, Evie Grotz, Maggie Wiener, Sue Donegan, Barbara Mazzacanog Top Row L. to R.: johnny Regel, Charlie Loch, Ro Cambria, Frank Jerabek, Artie Regel, Rudy juliano, Bruce Friedle, Bob Benjamin, jack Pulik, Tony Corsentino, Rob Drake, Victor jeleno. "Humph! Thats a waste of time, they ought to go home and study to do more worthwhile things." "Worthwhile? What could be more worthwhile than the activities the G.O. makes possible? Where else can the serfs gain practical, firsthand knowledge of the work- ings of a democratic government than at the G.O. round-table or at political party meetings? There they have a chance to meet people, make new friends, exchange ideas, develop interests, and work cooperatively with others toward a common goal. "Each new serf is acquainted with the system and is given the chance to join older working members in their quest for good school government. And the serfs really seem to enjoy the work they're doing! Their eagerness and creativity are evident throughout the political campaign each term when bright, new posters, boosters, slogans, publicity stunts, and rallies are organized by each party. They have even started the custom of designing a new button each term!" "By my troth, Bertram, I fail to see the wonder you obviously perceive in their deeds! " "I've never even seen you take your beak out of a book to heed their rallies, Harold. They represent more than frolic and fanfare. This venture demands the divers talents of everyone in the Kingdom, even the lowliest serf can contribute somethingf, SILVER BLUE First Row L. to R.: Beverly Thomas, Sydney Lapidus, Joan Borowick, Edie Johnson, Judy Sommer, Abby Falk, jackie Daum, Brenda Taranto, Fran Kreiselman, Helen Rauch, Willa Sack, Hinda Greenfader, Emily Karp, Second Row L. to R.: Steve Ussach, Dave 'X f: ll .mm , Hurewitz, Bob Lesser, Mike Cahn, Andrew Gottesman, Stan Lieberman, Jeff Weinberg, Ricky Bernstein, Bob Johnson, Arnold Hagler, Richard Boris, Bob Nuremberg, Third Row L. to R.: Harvey Golubock, Roger Eisen, Howard Smith, Bob Ennis, jesse Samuels, Phil Press, Ken Karpel, Barry Wertheimer, Edward Barrish, Danny Press. 4. W. .fff , ,.,. . .'-15? , if N A , ff V lf' . l 1 W Silver Blue Court favorites Z 'Q Y-'KW ZQLQZ44 K EW, Ki A :H by iervl, G.O. ASSEMBLY-Bottom Rau' L. to R.: Rosario Cambria, T7'6dSIlfEf,' Joan Marx, Secretary: Nancy Victor, Eerne Spatz, Gloria Scozza, Phyllis Melita, Pat jones, Vice-President: Bob Benjamin, President, Second Rau' L. to R.: Karen Gold, Carol james, Helen Stafford, Beth Schering, Emily Karp, Phyllis Waldbrand, Abby Falk, Arlene Poplar, Third Row L. to R.: Sue Friedman, Edie Johnson, Mickie Zaphos, Susan Schwartz, Carol Kaplan, Enid Schreib- man, Janice Wasserman, Barbara Prendergart, Nancy Ritchi, Fourth Rau' L. to R.: Elaine Acqualino, Evie Grotz, Kathleen Kammerer, Linda Delapino, Hildegard Schmidt, Sylvia Jayson, Margaret Kane, Willa Sack, Linda Shoenbergg Fifth Raul L. to R.: Robert Nuten- berg, Stan Lieberman, Robert Ennis, Richard Boris, Charles Gelb, Frank Mordente, Bob Lesser, Joel Dengroveg Top Rau- L. to R.: jeff Weinberg, Charles Loch, jeff Agrest, Wesley Garvin, Ed Deutsch, Barry Wertheimer, Howard Eisen, Jesse Samuels. ,FJ , f 1 ., ,, L . , 4 , 3, . X , . K . 4 5 4 f 4, , . 'f mf IC, awww ?:.,.,,,,, J 2 2 4 1 f , i 1 1 . 5 4 E 6 , Spirit of '58 Here's Charlie! WW l f 1 "And those who aren't interested in politics labor daily in the castle after com- pleting their studies in many other organizations." "Bah, Bertram, I think that occupied in this way, each seri is taught only to think of himself!" "Thou'rt mistaken, Harold! The Kings subjects dren? selfish, even if their services are acknowledged and rewarded by the Service League. Even you Would be 6f1fiCCd to noble actions by a Circle F or a Service Seal." 'lEven if I did work for the school, I'd never join the Board of Elections. The clamor shatters my concrete! I've never seen a noisier assemblage." "You mistake bustling toil for disorder, Harold. The days of despotism are over, '14-J BOARD OF ELECTIONS First Row L. to R.: Maria Vasquez, Bob Lesser, Stan Lieberman, Dave Hurewitz, Bob Ennis, Bob Neuremberg, Ann Bucaria: Middle Row L. to R.: Emily Karp, Gail Tusher, Evie Grotz, Enid Schreib- man, Helen Baroway, Fredda Merzon, Judy Sommers, Karen Gold, Last Row L. to R.: Steve Ussach, Eddie Barrish, Rudy Juliano, Wesley Garvin, Bob Benjamin, Larry Deutsch, Roger Eisen, Jesse Samuels, Jeff Weinberg. STUDENT TRIBUNAI.-L. I0 R.: Dave Hurewitz John De Groof. Doris Stieber, Jesse Samuels. Cbief fur SERVICE LEAGUE OFFICERS L. to R.: Sue Horsfall, ticeg Enid Schreibman, Stan Lieberman, justice Clerk. Claire Meier, Mrs. Bickerton, Ann Bucaria, Phyllis Melita. Nancy Senior. i rl i . rl ff., -us -. - -.?J.,4.....Q , f f f ,A M ...rv A T' 4 ARISTA First Row L. to R..' Alan David, Hinda Greenfader, Nan Younger, Carol Blumen- stock, Joan Borowick, Karen Gold, Barbara Sussman, MaryAnn Kolbusch, Josephine Besen, Second Rou' L. to R..' Arnold Schultz, David Hurewitz, Toby Hirschberg, Nancy Flynn, Anita Koplf, Paula Messina, Susan Friedman, Beverly Schill, Arnold Hagler, Miss Rubinow, Third Rau' L. to R..' Larry Silver, Ray Held, John DeGroof, Frank Jerabek, Albert Berger, Rosario Cambria, Charlie Loch, Ed Deutsch, Eddie Barrish. 1 i a Va. ff a 41 TIT ea 7 1? 11412 X . fy! 1' 0 I ,, .,., 71 X 2 5 4 f ' 1 5 5 Q mp ff,f' Q, ,f 4 4 i f ' 9 ' f , ,, ,. 1 if ' 'WZ ,fr ARISTA First Rau' L. to R..' Emily Karp, Judy Sommer, Ellen Levene, Dorothy Vcelka, Pat Jones, Joan DeFilippis, Rosemary Koenig, Helen Baroway, Linda Blahnikg Second Row L. to R..' Oliver Korshin, Rhoda Fishman, Ieva Ruks, Sarah Ballinger, Barbara Wagner, Doris Stieber, Joan Tramontano, Martha Beck, Helene Greene, Joyce Levy, Miss Rubinow, Third Row L. to R,: Wes Garvin, Karen Koch, Jeff Agrest, Brian Sherman, Phil Press, Pat Neave, Don Kahn, Louis Goldfarb, Henry Schmidt, Jack Hentel. and the work involved in maintaining democracy is far from folly, it is the serious business of the Board of Elections members, not to mention the Senior Council mem- bers, who govern the select who reach the lofty height of SENIOR. Their democratic practices are the basis for future civic leadership." "Yes, and I've seen other guardians of democracy stalking through the halls in their shroudsf' smirked Harold sarcastically. "Don't disparage the Tribunal, Harold. They don their regalia only on special occasions, What's more miportant is that they maintain peace and justice in the realm. Their practical judgment and advice have helped many an errant serf find himself. Aid for the serfs is also given by members of Arista. In many cases their tutelage has meant the difference between succumbing to or surmounting the difficulties of acquiring knowledge." f 23 li BAND Bottom Row L. to R.: Joe Heims, Ed Broadbelt, Ellen Harwicke, Virginia Boltazar, Susan Keogh, Mar- garet Wiener, Joan Wapner, Beverly Mercier, Janice Latz, Jill Appleton, Richard Galbo, Rosario Cambria, Cornelius McKinneyg Second Row L. to R.: Dorothy Plant, Joseph Conetta, Arnold Nelson, Bob Lesser, Ben- jamin Mitchell, Donald Schwartz, Steve Gellman, Jay Linkfield, Dotty Olson, Lyle Waldman, Ken Rader, Ira toicjiilfvo' JN , Q, .1 6.1 11 SLYX ff , 7 ,M Ma. ...QM ' ff f .WWW ,fy ,V f 2 4 rw' we , ' ' .Q,,','Q' ' F f-" Bernson, Ken Tiedeman, Frank Rosenthal, Sybil Boone, Top Row L. to R.: Melvin Bolden, Harvey Golubock, Eugene Belgrave, Jim DePass, Douglas Mendocha, Barry Stormes, Dave Metz, Richard Cutler, Phil Press, Alan Turof, Stanley Gottlieb, Barry Frank, John Baynes, Jesse Samuels, Alan Miller, Paul Goodberg, Keith Baynes. TWIRLERS: Ricky Sheby, June Paolicelli, Sherry Cross- man, Carol Pancerer, Marge Smith, Doris Gunther. "How can you sit there talking so calmly of 'acquiring knowledge' with all that racket going on below?" shouted Harold above the din of music emanating from the auditorium. "Harold P. Gargoyle! How can you sit there deriding an art you were so staunchly defending a while ago? At that time you were lecturing me about the value of learn- ing the fundamentals of music, and now that the serfs are using their knowledge in practical ways you're complaining! Egad, what doubletalk!" "But . . .,,' interjected Harold. "And furthermore," continued Bertram, ignoring the interruption, "the serfs have been performing for the rest of the Kingdom by singing, or playing their instruments, and displaying their ability. These talented serfs entertain at concerts, and in assembly programs, and promote spirit and unity throughout the Manor. They give their time to perfect their skills for the enjoyment of others. They endure hardships like freezing weather at football games to support the Kingdom." "I suppose you expect me to believe that the serfs don't appreciate the service credits they're gettingf' was Harold's sarcastic retort. ?'5"?'S!"QZf-Q N... 55955555 25.455752 g3u---r'U- ' QFD -We ztw-,qgzsm ' QDDCD-.Uno FU' gagging W ss " we -- 33,05-505. -..Q . ' O U5 Qgmampsg Q-puggg4,!1Zs.': ggi' -'BVQPQQ guwgwya Q .. N g E5-fF5gP'1E.' begins' 39? NS- moz'-L gi" Tm' N8 551073: X. D215 " Z 2. mW"'5m. -. .-.tx H1045 . 7111- on miacn' QF'-I E guna' QW O r-i D., -,cg mac Dr-iw -4 972ETEoEe2 2,0"'PSo9? mogul D rf?-:ft'f1!'nFUtf1 O. Wellington, R. Wu, R. Hamilton, O. Jones, B. Finn, E. Krampe, J. Orgass, E. Segal, M. Doheny, P. Kaim, S. Hulihan, E. Aiken, B. Trottier, M. Weiler, B. Marshall, B. Halperin, M. Pecunia. M. Gogley, Mr. W. Stamm, Fourth Row L. to R.: F. D'Introno, J. Douglas, S. Matias, D. Frederick, M. Scully, A. Bono, Y. Wang, R. Pfeier, G. Schneider, V. Fenev, R. Lobosco, C. Bethea, R. Ziegler, C. Walker, B. Hopkins, R. Zakian, J. Douglas, D. Mazur- kiewicz, D. Allen. we 11 554' P V5.3 , rf " , , J ...f . '55 - ' - 1' l , i2k.45:i1.r'HlM1ld ORCHESTRA First Row L. to R.: Marianne Brienza, Marguerite Kebe, Joan Evans, Sharon Geller, Valerie Dabbs, Nina Lenz, Susan Sidlower, Evelyn Woods, Susan Levine, Second Row L. to R.: Deanna Akulin, Barbara Kaner, Ethel Hirschhorn, Leslie Muller, El- frieda Riebe, Ellen Levene, Toby Platt, Evelyn Adamsg Third Row L. to R..' Ray Foder, Steve Weiner, Wil- il. t Jfi 1 f liam Reisher, Meta Cornell, Henry Schmidt, Dennis Goldfinger, Golda Jean Monovan, jonathan Adler, Mrs. Piedrag Fourth Row L. to R.: Serge Bernardini, Doug Mendocha, Michael Rowley, Brian Sherman, Harvey Lerner, Norman Lorentzen, Irving Darchow- skyg Top Row L. to R..' Pete Desmond, Mel Leibowitz, Stephen Cohen, Lance Valt, Joel Fishman, Matthew Drozdoff, Earl Braxton, Richard Renna. "Not every serf in our Kingdom participates in activities because he is seeking personal fame or service credits, as you seem to think. Though it may seem strange to you, there are a dedicated few work- ing with completely altruistic motives, who strive for the betterment of the court." "Ho, show me one!" Bertram pointed to a few members of the literary guild charging frantically toward an unknown des- tination. "There are some," he said. "You certainly can't believe they would be running like that if they didn't have some important chore to perform!" Wandering minstrels Swinging serfs 7 H7517 f XQWMMMHW ff? , ,J V Qi! X , . i . I FORUM EDITORS, FEATURE WRITERS-First Rau' L. to R.: Margaret Sussman, Paula Beide, Joan Borowick, Business Manage:-,' Roberta Katchen, Co-Editor-in-Clniefq Joyce Levy, Co-Editor-in-Claiefg Brian Sherman, Sports Ed- itor,' Nancy Senior, Feature Editor: Eva Friedlander, Adver- tising Mamzgerg Susan Schwartz, Barbara Sussman, Second Row L. to R.: Emily Karp, Edith johnson, Joan DeFilippis, 1 ...,..a..ax 7 1.........x Herb Goldman. f 1 .225 FORUM REPORTERS, SPORTSWRITERS First Row L. to R.: Robert Lesser, Bill Reisher, Steve Ussach, Karen Gold, Marcia Allen, Lynn Rosner, Brenda Taranto, Sharen Scanlin, Barbara Yager, Bob Nuremberg, Joel Dengrove, Daniel Daniels, Second Row L. to R.: Susan Katz, Monica Deutsch, Barbara Marchant, Diane Colettis, i 2 z 1 l E I ' f L A 2.22. 7' , , , ' ' l Lg . -. 1 af Q. ' - "V rip." iii 8 'ZW iixht fl 1 .5 ,E W - ,..rr . 1 ti . ,Q f, ' , Dm . . 1 ,., ,.- , Y ,N . FOLIO STAFF-Seated, L. to R..' Isabel Black, Helen Baroway, Carolyn Kommelg Standing First Ron' .L. to R.: Fredda Merzon, Ellen Levene, Wes Garvin, Andrew Gottesman, Oliver Korshin, Asst. Editorq Henry Schmidt, Editor-in-Chief: Barbara Sussman, Art Editor: Bob Nuremburgg Standing Second Rau' L. to R..' leva Ruks, Emily Karp, Charles Gelb, Bob Ennis, Ken Karpel, Asst. Editorg Steve Ussach, Gail Tusher. ic H BRI ' 1.2 . 11 Ethel Hirshhorn, Joyce Geller Angela Drake Francine Wilensky, Fredda Merzon, Helen Baroway Alicia Abbey Anita Levy, Karen Yelling Fbzrd Rau L to R Jeffrey Langfelder, Marcia Goldenbcrg Willa Sack Carol Wexler Laura Weitz, Ronah Goldberg Ricky Bernstein Ray Held Wesley Garvin, Victor Gellineau Henry Schmidt Susan Hower, joan Marx, Barbara Mezzacano Susan Donegan Meta Cornell, Carol I-'rank Phyllis Blass es Marcia Gold berg, Cathy Hilluy, Gail Dornfut Marcia Landau Tbzrd Rau' I.. In R..' Mickey jabloxw Bob Ennis Olner Korshm Frank Vodyurka, Mel Licboxx itz Daniel Press JCE WSIB berg. Larry lfeldstcin, lohn Bell Larry Silxer Alan David, Stanley Jayson. Michltl Ross l ' 'cr 1 f ? i v4 A ' ' V ' v I. i ...A KT . ug.. .fl A' use rw- 4 . X - I I Q, , . . Y .f I i 1 ., ew Wzjx , y l fy'-'..c-X Q fll !'r1 Fw 'Vft'1'7-l 3 RM LT-T1 is may ii my 5 . ,Civ f dll . ill ,friklf N -J fwfr 1 If Q i i Qui "Who are they? Are they running to the lunchroom?l' Harold speculated. "Oh, no! They are the court scribes hastening to meet the next deadline. From this distance I can't ascertain whether they are from the Forum, Folio, or Gargoyle, but in any case, they are responsible for spreading news and literary entertainment throughout the Kingdom." "Ugh, what drudgeryl I'll wager they're dreadfully bored. Whoever coerced them to take such a job?" "It's not drudgery at all, Harold. The serfs who yearn to develop their talents in creative writing get more than ample opportunity by working for these three publica- tions. They get great satisfaction from seeing their 'masterpieces' in print, and are spurred on to even greater efforts. I thought you'd surely have noticed them before, for the authors of the books you're always reading may have begun their literary careers in much the same fashion. Why don,t you get the feathers out of your eyes and look around once in a While? You were chiding me before for being unobservant, but now you're equally guilty. At times you spout like a leviathan about how times have changed, but on other occasions you're ridiculously old-fashioned. Sometimes I really think you belong in mothballs, Haroldf, "Zounds, that's enough! " spluttered Harold. - 'Tm not through humiliating you yet, Harold," answered Bertram coolly but resolutely. "You've missed more than you realize simply because you couldn't take your talons off a book!" Wi .af 4' f f' ,Wi GARGOYLE Sitting L. to R.: Ollie Korshin, Lynne Raf- ferty, Joyce Levy, Fran Wilensky, Joan Borowick, Phil Press, Rhoda Fishman, Beverly Schill, Nan Younger, Emily Karp, Standing First Row L. to R.: Rita Rosen, Norie Yasukawa, Barbara Sussman, Joyce Spangler, Elsa Cohen, Eva Friedlander, Par O'Connor, Linda Lewis, GARGOYLE STAFF Editor-in-Chief-Philip Press AJf0Ctdf6 Editor-Joan Borowick Aclvirerf-Mrs. Gladys Sherry, Mrs. Agatha Kessler Bmineu Arivifer-Mr. Morris Rosenblarr LITERARY STAFF Emily Karp, Efiitorg Ed Barrish, Hinda Green- fader, Karen Gold, Donald Kahn, Ken Karpel, Mary-Ann Kolbusch, Oliver Korshin, Willa Sack, Henry Schmidt, Brian Sherman, Nan Younger. PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Oliver Korshin, Eziitmz' Albert Berger, Richard Brown, Bob Ennis, Ray Fornillo. BUSINESS STAFF Rhoda Fishman and Beverly Schill, Co-Erlitozfif Sarah Ballinger, Benita Behar, Albert Berger, Shirley Blau, Linda Bransky, Barbara Ciastkewicz, Elsa Cohen, Marilyn Cohen, Nancy Flynn, Elaine Glasser, Renee Harsnett, Ellen Harwicke, Susan Horsfall, Deanna Hunchak, Audrey Jacobs, Anita Kopfl, Helen Lachenmayr, Sydney Lapidus, Robert Lesser, Sidra Leibowitz, Diane Liebernick, Brenda Mekles, Claire Meier, Francine Morrison, Leslie Berry McGuire, Gail Tusher, Toby Hirschberg, Fredda Merzon, Helen Baroway, Nancy Flynn, Leslie Muller, Fran Fine, Karen Gold, Second Row L. to R.: WiUa Sack, Ray Fornillo, Donald Kahn, Ken Karpel, Wesley Garvin, Phil Knitzer, Jesse Samuels, Barry Frank, Larry Deutsch, Steve Ussach, Ricky Bernstein, Bob Ennis, Henry Schmidt, Hinda Greenfader. Muller, Florence Neglia, Gail Radom, Nancy Roth, Joyce Spangler, Joan Tramontano. ART STAFF Joyce Levy, Editor: Helen Baroway, Robin Drake, Frances Fine, John Holub, Fredda Merzon, Gail Tusher. BALLOTS AND BIOGRAPHIES Nan Younger, Editor: Helen Baroway, Barry Frank, Wesley Garvin, Roberta Katchen, Bob Lesser, Jesse Samuels, Beverly Schill, Fran Wilen- sky. SECRETARIAL STAFF Lynne Rafferty, Editorq Barbara Guhl, Susan Held, Georgena Huber, Patricia O'Connor, Sue Reardon, Rita Rosen, Carol Sampson, Janice Wasserman. ADVERTISING STAFF Francine Wilensky, Editor, Elsa Cohen, Howard Eisen, Eva Friedlander, Harvey Golubock, Susan Hower, Linda Lewis, Elizabeth McGuire, Leslie Muller, Joyce Spangler, Steve Ussach, Maria Vasquez. SENIOR PICTURES STAFF Larry Deutsch and Toby Hirschberg, C0-editomy' Joan DeFilippis. WL. amsv rw sw , 3, . -. fu. -- '-i t - -,nr .www . at ' -f- r--.- :.- .1 1 i ' . . , - - 'I - .3 ,I -' EH! -3"'g- 'Q M 1' ?Lfn"f' ' 3, ' ' -v L. .3 ifgyff'-fry' N -5' A -' , XJ? M "1-l51??f'9i' 4'l yn ll.,-is ni: 2 1, ' PFS S ' '-'1 I--931 "3f3."v2Q firi- .,q,,,,, ..,. 5. . , . i. Q? .. 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W nlwxkllmx ' A mgtl a ll 'WQEEJ ,fsiese .ff fo XXX Il l yd re all 'I I y I f x X-Li-P 1 0'-lffw w wf 1 Cv y 1 tIe . 'M y 1 , . 1 X X here they go agaln those red devlls all decked out to go to one of Al the1r tournaments I get worrxed every tune I see them that Way I 11 never forget the tlme ages ago when they got so exerted that they K nay J painted all of us gargoyles scarlet then I was really seemg red' And look there over the turret, at the serfs cavortlng 1n red and whxte armor' They should be taught to spend the1r leisure time wxsely How can :Ml , X? N l mf K9 4 "fl ,WN W N ' , l ' ' M X-2' 'V , , f l l tht sl WW It i W 'JV "f l ' ' , Nku. ' l , it 'lf 1 gl x also i 211 ,500 ,' f 4 l ff M ,f ll IF ' X ! Mzlyfn 4, . M valid' lf I ,If ,rx x 4. 2 ' I Xl M9 "FSS ' - mf I e a vw' n e . - f',4, y yo 'fa' W y A I Vyllv ylyl A Z V 4 1 I e n f Um A. ,rt I. a as M . , 'y,i 2 ,',r n , ' Q ref fgrf aely fill' lIt ', ' . f f tI l I f r' lalr iff ln f Iii? Ha fl ,Ivnqfigxwwwfzpgixzwgxxfgfzafgiiziasxziieaeaza rlae l'n r a 3 Q 'ff I ' V la ff I tll, I sf F Iafl f I fn. vzllf f-ij 4a,l i'lf35 ',hl' er't 'V'.' f 'lt' f agfl '2,r 3 t,lt tela raea l afl a,al ,llr W NTT' Li, f- l, FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD New Dorp 24 Stuyvesant 12 Curtis 12 Monroe 6 Far Rockaway 12 De Witt Clinton 12 Adams 12 Holy Cross 24 1:53 J 'Iii A Al' A , '11 X, l 1 1 Flushing I Flushing I V Flushing 1 A Flushing ' M Flushing ,' V Flushing . ' ' A Flushing Flushing 5 F . 8 20 , 26 20 22 28 8 fl f Li?" -1 -" .. -" " --Six . a y .,,... JIL- x Ns X. -m FOOTBALL TEAM-Bottom Row L. to R..' Richard Bertani, C0-Captain, Mr. Berg, Coach, Dave Nesbitt, Co-Captain, Second Row L. to R.: Bob Marcik, Louis Moyett, Robert Taylor, Paul Ryan, Jack Sales, Joe Bron- dolo, Alan David, Llike Pirone, Solomon Glover, Peter Comptois, Frank Piskothy, Manny Fanara, Manager, Third Row L. to R.: Mickey Jablow, Manager: Richard uw Burns, joe Raymond, James Behan, Richard Lopez, Harry Thrandhart, Thomas Engle, Bob Franz, Ray Ivey, Lloyd Leiser, Ralph Cimitile, Bob Smith, Harry Squas- soni, Lance Valtg Fourth Rou' L. to R.: Mike Franzese, Manager: Roy Lobosco, Morty Neufeld, Richard Un- gara, Cleave Bethea, Ed Caldwell, Ken Weider, Ted Lang, Richard Gonzales, Mike Huber, Marvin Oshan, Elio Ghersi, Brian Colgan, Manager. Anxious serfs Watch exciting tourney 3 5 d7f,l lo lxfai-P ffl H41 you defend the existence of this manner of foolery, Bertram?,' "You know very well that the sportsmen uphold the honor of the Kingdom in their bouts in the lists of Memorial Fieldf, "Bertram, thou speakest in riddles. I haven't seen a tourney since I was knee-high to a griflinlu "You certainly are a stick-in-the-mire, Harold. Your seat up here on your pedestal offers you a better view of football games than one right on the 50-yard line, and still you've never been aware of the many tournaments and azjfairef rfbonnew which are constantly taking place in the Kingdom. Every season offers a different sport, methinks at least one should interest you! "The valiant members of the seven teams are continually called upon to uphold the reputation of your Kingdom. Their boldness and daring have won reknown from the farthest corners of the realm. Our football team has attained the title of Queens Champions in three of the past four years. In 1957, the Red Devils compiled a worthy record of six victories and only one defeat! Don't you know that our nearest neighbor, Holy Cross, is our most formidable rival? Since that kingdom was united in 1957, we have met them yearly in bitter battle, for the victor is awarded a Golden Chalice by the Long Island Star Journal." "How now, Bertram, what value have sports beyond the ostentatious display of trophies and awards? Is not a battle worthless when the Flushing serfs have been vanquished? U "Forsooth, Harold, football, or any sport, is as valuable in defeat as in victory, for in either case the serfs have been learning, teamwork, enthusiasm, cooperation, and sportsmanship are among the bounties bestowed upon the dedicated members of any team that strives for the universal goal of honorable, chivalrous play." W 4 wfwwywwhf ff, mrmwffwaf W ' Al- ff' 'flaw ,f , 9 M 5 1 -" f-if . O lex-gift I A f gg 0 if 6 J "' -L , ab, P A 9 w fl vw 721' X 'Q i PAW fi ,f Juv,-J f '-X l 'xo ..f' . YEA ' 1 J,-fl' , lQJ'TEAMll Cfl.l,.a1i3-2 ' -a ill? Za f ff f' l g N V, f .!' W . il' ,' wwftyf X vi I z d OtfB .1 i 1-5X K x ,, X 'L I X - 1 , W 4 lm Nix ki XJ x Xu ' L N I X: 'X H LIW1 3 V x CNNWIIQD fx M ig W . . .fl ff' X L 1-L x J, "If you were to consider any sport, such as basketballj' Bertram continued, "you would see that skills, like speed, agility, and accuracy are developed and strengthened." "I still see nothing worthwhile in watching a group of gangleshanks prancing around like wild steeds or boats in pursuit of a basketball. Such activity is for knavesli' "You ignore the obvious fact that these serfs, too, bring honor and spirit to the court, Harold, and you should be proud of their accomplishments. just three years ago they played so well that they were eligible to participate in the playoffs. No knight we knew would enter the lists without his sturdy armor, shield, and weapons, but these knaves, as you call them, in their scant armor, score victory upon victory. "The teams have not always conquered their rivals, with training, practice, and experience they have improved immeasurably. From the ignominious record of ten losses in ten games, and undisputed possession of last place, the bowling team has advanced with gigantic strides, and last season amassed an admirable show of nine victories and only five defeats, this sterling performance earned for them third place in a league of eight teams. "An aspect of sports I must not forget is their value for recreation and relaxation for spectator and participant alike. Two increasingly popular sports are golf and hand- ball, since both are enjoyed by young and old. The Red Devils on the golf team, which last year won fourth place in league competition, will be able to enjoy golf for years to come." As Bertram paused for breath, Harold seized upon the opportunity to ask viciously, "Well, Bertram, have you finished trying to make a sportsman of me? I'd like to go back to my bookll' "I won't consider the issue settled until I've convinced you!" was Bertram's swift retort. "Look down at the baseball tryouts. Wouldn't it give you a feeling of power BASKETBALL TEAM Bottom Rau' L. to R.: Ed Deutsch, Dick Bruce, Jake Doyal, Dave Gableman, Kenny Weider, Co-Captain: Dave Nesbitt, C0-Captaing Booker Hopkins, Neil Manage, Don Schneider, Nicola Blagojevic, Top Row L. to R.: John Beil, Managery Doug Lau, Larry Goldstein, Bob Rosenberg, Mr. Jensen, Coacbg Ed Dumpston, Frank Sampogna, Jerry Lichstein, Solomon Glover, Tommy Vink, Manager. S i 1 i 4 i l at , 2 F . i JPHUQ a XBQHQ4 T ts, 6 . ,f.Vsi,y,.jr I df 1 I W :v"?'J 1 I f ai' ii", 'G ff TQ Gai " W! , T MJ 'rein' Ig ' Zo f V if f:f'flfifQ. i ff' f'-5? to smash a baseball over a fence -400 feet away, or to sneak a fast, sweeping Curve past a dangerous batter for a third strike? I'll wager you're jealous of the baseball players who have gained second place in the North Queens League for two years in succession! And it probably tortures you to face the fact that you can't lift your tail off your foundation and dash and sprint with the boys on the track team! I think you're ashamed of your lack of athletic prowess! " "Pie, thats untrue! I merely am more interested in seeing knowledge propagated and disseminated throughout the Kingdom. Methinks . . GOLF TEAM-L. to R.: George Lepardo, Thomas Ferrara, Mr. Mullin, Coach: Larry Silver, Al Haydu, john Beil. 1- -IV, BOWLING TEAM-First Rau' L. to R.: Richard Mel- zer, Brian Lehr, Robert Johnston, Ira Nadzininski, Mr. Larsen, Coach: Second Row L. to R.: john DeGroof, Neil Schuberg, Vincent Correra. ,W- HANDBALL TEAM-First Row L. to R.: Steve Lubard, Bill Goldstein, Marvin Sperling, Dave Siegalg Second Row L. to R.: Steve Breskin, Alan Jacobs. Mr. Berg, Coach: Peter Lytell, Ed Lieberman. ' -- .4.- MH.-.4 CKJ nights Sport .r--4- . - --e ' "" -I 'fi' H W' .,.a:'., -A . if L L Qf s "" ' mai-TI, N 1 7' LJ, 'Q' 5, gawk' L .3551 -. -. -: ...eg . l' 49 K, .f A A ' 4 ' ', ' ' is A Ni NX .fl ff-' 2 ' A' ' -' Viv, "1 I if . " . x W ' .vs ' g 'F 5 xii, 'V ,I f A . , - f , Lb, Q 6, g 1 S, f iwl' ' 1 A .pe 4 - L r AV! my 4 sV,- K 11 I V . 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' 'Z-3-1, ffwv Y -.V N' ' f -. ' 1 If A f . .. A X f Y lla .. 4 A 4- ff," " .. 1wfi?fU :. -y. , 4, v.'. ., 'L 5 , . ' ff 1 .. .f ,, A '9' ' 1 "'a2f ??f' 444 ' , ' W " "l ..w.i" i?2.: '?V 'fif ' TRACK TEAM-First Row L. to R.: Marvin Lipton, Dave Hurewitz, Bill Harrington, Bob Genetsky, George Stohora, Sal Sanchez, Ronald Wolfort, jimmy Astle, Roger Clear, Bob Kommel, Second Row L. to R.: Mike Peltz, Mike Ross, Donald Marks, Eddie Hogland, Ben Mitchell, John Cole, Anthony Corsentino, Robert Wol- fort, Eddie Santecrossg Third Row L. to R.: William Bollen, Allen Jacobs, Harvey Golubock, Daniel Ald- ridge, Melvin Estes, Paul Mohoniak, Louis Goldfarb, George McGrafg Top Row L. to R.: Alan Schrier, Andy Hrenick, johnny Caceci, Larry Feldstein, Mr. Harras, Coach, Myron Seigell, Gary Schliessman, Captain: Perry Brooks, Richard Checkly, Harvey Kalish, Earl Richard- son, C0-Captain: Brent Erwin. Ref--is-fs--2--:A -:A-an-:--1:--:Mn--cM:A -tg- CHEERLEADERS L. to R.: Helen Rauch, Arlene Cassese, Marilyn Schneider, Gayle Peterson, Maria Polushkin, Barbara Whitestone, Norie Yasukawa, Phyllis Melita, Colleen Chien, Arlene Sharf, C0-Captain: Marcella New- man, Captuifz: Genevieve Reginelli, Ava Marie Stingelar, Carol DeMetro, Doris Stieber, Adrienne Kane, Elizabeth McGuire, Alice Paulsen, Meta Cornell, Tina Zachor. "There come those rabble rousers shouting one of their chants as if they wished to incite the serfs to revolution!" "They're not rabble rousers! " stormed Bertram. "They're some of the maidens who cheer our knights to victory and change the indifference of the throngs at jousts and tournaments into animated enthusiasm. You find fault with everything that's at all. enjoyable." "No, I don't1' "Yes, you doln "I don't . . "You do . . . 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BOULANGER polio Board of Elections, Teachers Aide ! , ,,,. , . f ,,,4.2Zff17,W-,G .. ,?Z".,1,1i?:1:f rr,.,:,'-4 f Z f f I 1 ' f X ff ff nm 7 ,rw I wjkhjf, , .M ,Zi 4 fl f + eff W , gqgh , x , Q-v nf if f-,, ff fs-,, f ' '71 W , M A" A 'wifi Ei 'L 5 1, fi +V' '12 I P- 1. . ' " "" ' ZLL-,fl In yr' ' :V .iw Q , 1-QM? K A , :Cf -1 D, 3 ,Ja 21 -' ' f' pig I A " eg ir gi ' if-2 :rn Eg' ' s : , ,. , 3 ""' 0, jf, f ,f ' f I .9 " - . 1' f X 17,1 ,F .J , 2 Z BARBARA BRANDT G.O. Rep., Teacher's Aide STEPHEN BRODIE Football Team, Green 8: White, Patrol 1 x s-sg Fw- Q- ' 2' in H - If . ei M I v, f 50 , ,Mg A , , -no YA g . 155 ., K, .9 . 5.5-,1 V JOEL BROOKMEYER Forum, Teacher's Aide MYRNA BRESLOW Teachers Aide PATRICIA CANALE Secretary of Senior Class, T WALTER CANNADY ' Teacher's Aide, G.O. Rep. is JEANNE CAVALIERE G.O. City Council Rep., Chorus, Teacher's Aide ROBERT CEGIELSKI il 'W' G.O. Member ,X , ,f 11' 1 WW , ii V I, ROBERT CHMIEL ' i Q, -Q-V G.O. Member fl 'J 1, W' , ar rl f . 3 FRANCINE COHEN 'A I Teachers Aide, Booster wp, 'Lf A 8 ,4 ,,,' ' 13" fa E , ejflf jf MARILYN COHEN Silver-Blue ROBERT COMUNALE G.O. Member . wig W- , 1 ,Wi . sz r,,9,,,, ,4 ' L-' f , , V 2 f f if ,.r 'JW x, C as L A 4 IZ 1, .-I ' 'it'-X : ' V- 1 :fg5ifif:gf31Ff , 1 ,, ,i,li f i,, 1 JANET CONSIGLI Service League Rep., Teach EARLEEN COOPER Teachers Aide , L xzr ,X I l Jn A 5 V , ty 1, if QU, J' , , Z xll' H MVS wg gy IW 1 eacher's Aide junior 8a Senior er's Aide in CAROL LEE CALDER G.O. Rep., Teacher's Aide FRANCES CAMMALLERI Teachers Aide EDWIN COORDS Teachers Aide LORRAINE COTOGGIO Teacher's Aide plu- X 'L' C p .ff ' . 1 MARIE COTUGNO G.O. Member MARGARET COYNE Teachers Aide, Silver-Blue P. Q,-fy wy- LUCILLE CROCILLA Teachers Aide JAMES CROSBY Teacher's Aide ANNETTE DANO G.O. Member ,IOAN DEEILIPPIS Arista, Gargoyle, Eorum, G.O. Rep., Service League Rep. CAROL DESIIVIEO Teachers Aide PETER DESMOND Orchestra -IEAN M. DICAPITE Teachers Aide FREDERICK DRUMMER G,O. Member ,K RMLAIJL 4 G.O. Member RICHARD DUERR ' Kijiji JOSSELINE EISENBERG Student Tribunal, Board of Elections, Chair- man of jr. Silver-Blue, G.O. City Council Rep., White F "Nag, THOMAS EDWARDS Football Team JOAN EVANS Future Nurses Club Secretary, Orchestra, Teachers Aide 2 2 , 4 Wm ff f f f , , f 7 ,gi , -ni-amy, f M, i . V , ,, az' .7 Q PAULINE CUSICK junior Arista, Service League Rep., White E, Teacher's Aide PATRICIA D'AGOSTINO Cheering Squad, Teacher's Aide 5 -35 gg-gr E I .' IQ' ., :A 1' IAZN 1 , K' 1' ,, a,.i,,f. ,f',fz'H-- LUCILLE EAMIGI-IETTI Spring Concert Singer, Bookkeeping Tutor, Teachers Aide JOAN FARBMAN G.O. Member g Ti X , X X X , r ' f ' ,,,. ,, 557 QW 4 1 1 I ,,5,,4. ' 3.,4....,, af? ' 1 4. I . 'lx ,gg , , N1 if I S . ,rg PATRICIA FIELD 1, ' 5 we E L-if " : l "K f - ie R fr i Sw . A V M xd f 1 A xx Silver-Blue, Board of Elections, Teachers 1 I JOEL FISHMAN Orchestra, Silver-Blue, Rallies, Teacher's Aide Aide GRACE EIGLIA RHODA FISI-IMAN Green8cWhite,Teacher'5 Aide Arista, Head of Gargoyle Business Staff, Mathematics Tutor, Silver-Blue, Teacher's Aide JUDITH GOLDBERG Library Service, Teachers Aide LAURA S. GOLDBERG Folio, Board of Elections, Teacher's Aide DORIS GUNTHER Twirler GLORIA HARVEY junior Arista, Teachers Aide FREDERICK J. HEGNEY GO. Member FRIEDA HERRMANN GO, Rep. HELAINE HERZBERG SUSAN HOWER Chorus, Patrol, Teacher's Aide Gargoyle, Teacher's Aide RICHARD HEUSER JAMES IZZOLO Basketball Team fvwnswf 2 , f ' ff 4 I ff' 7 I 1 4 W? , ,.,. ,Z G.O. Member T 1 'ii . 1-1 . i fi--' i 19 M if 15,52 -, ' :- 1 ' nr 5 ,. - -my ey ' ,Q M, c I' is 3. If ll" II! 2 1 T , Football Team Q6 aan V 1-use 'iii X, fff, g., , 2, ,,.. , . l f 3-Cf' ' '.,f,.'j , . ,A ,ff 'ff M., ,ff Z W f C , , W , af , , , 3 .f , 'Q Q wa ,5V,a.,1 ,Z V I I f f . ,ri ,- ,gg f ffm' if . 1 1. fi ,rr . ,, I' I 32' , 7 x Z ff Z , 5 X f " 0 fff M A M I I . Xi " 'Z' W- fwy, - '-4,1 r -. If X f 4 aff W6 X ' ' ff f, f f ,y 5 j 4 4 , f 1 Z1 A "' A , 4 W, JUDITI-I FRICK Teachers Aide ELAINE GLASSER Treasurer of Senior Class, Gargoyle, Service League Rep. 412 its garb, ' " -7-ff YEL- my 1 il E K ... L A I .A- L JC' A X xi, AUDREY JACOBS Twirlers, Gargoyle, Spring Concert Dancer, Service League Rep., Teacher's Aide I-IARRIET JACOVINO Green 8 White, Teacher's Aide 41173 1 L T: - ZZEX . ya l af I ,Af T . VA H K Phi Q Q01 5, ,F In 1 1 ' " V. 'sw , ' S "1-sf A sw' ll Q "" j 31 Q K, OCTAVE JONES DONALD KERR GO- Membef Teachers Aide WILLIAM JOSEPH GO. Member W 51 Q2 W! L f-V , A ' 2 fs W Z as ,, ,,, fp W ,I-, , . 4 , ' I Q Q . I l f , fi' ef A Teacher's Aide 1,11 ,SA XWILLIAM KESSLER GO. Member FRANCINE KREISELMAN Junior Arista, Silver-Blue, Board of Elec- tions, Teachers Aide ROSEANN KUCZMARSKI Teacher's Aide JANKZE KUEBLER aaa.. ww' KAREN KOCH Vice-President of Senior Class, Arista, Silver Blue, Teachers Aide SUSAN L. KOGAN Silver-Blue, Teachers Aide Z 41ffA:W' 42,: i V ?i Q W1 f'c' W5 Zfffki f' - f' 9 7 1410 f X , , , ' by 2 ff A Teachers Aide ROSANNE LAGRANDE GO, Member DAVID LANGER GO. Member ROSLYN LAPIDUS Teachers Aide WILLIAM LEVINE G.O. Member DIANE LIEBERNICK Gargoyle, Teachers Aide 1 Qy lyf , ' , V fs' 1, M554 A' ,, L -W , ,Q , 1 1 .. ' ., ,. ,j QASNC' ' c ,,.,.,.,,,. L BRIGITTE LIMBERGER G.O. Member ALAN LITCHMAN GO. Member ' ,we , Q2-24 . A ag., V 'f . 12.1, www i , X, 'Q 3 E I . 1 ff I rf ,fa ik,-5 ' F' If ,V rf 4 I if ,,.,., . , QW, I 2 lv ,M ,, I , Sb I ,lm , ,,,. P H, ,E W 'Mm I ,. -Q II 14 1 My, 5 'I ., , M 4 'Q I I nf V4 f In X Q2 I Q I g ly If 3 'LAM X ,, I we ' I I9 ' 1 4 PATRICIA LOSCALZO Senior Council, White F, Teacher's Aide JULIA MAHONEY G.O. Member . I I I 45, I .. 4 i ,rl FQ, wr? ei'5?g T " I .lf- t , . W I ,:.f,4 'x 'ffl ml: , 4 . fa. -, -- ,.'.z 4 -A JAMES MURPHY Library Service ANITA MUSINSKY G.O. Member Q ,f' f -K . ,J xiii! M I .1 II f i flip X7 x P is ff rf A r '85, 1 I f ' I ,.i, 4, af, ffl '4 IL E -err 'xx I 1 'ff ,fr Sf I in It M4-ft an 4 f fbi! :PI -.aa-1 , fl , 43 GLORIA MALDONADO G.O. Member CAMILLE MANNINO Teacher's Aide BRENDA MEKLES Silver-Blue, Gargoyle, Teacher's Aide HAROLD MICHELS Lab. Service, Patrol, White F JOSEPH MILETTI Senior Council, Green 8: White, Board of Elections, Teacher's Aide HELEN MILORDIS Service Squad RUBEN MIRANDA Patrol FRANCINE MORRISON Silver-Blue, Gargoyle, G.O. Aide LUIS E. NAVIA GU. Member BARBARA NECEDA G.O. Member 1'--.9 Rep., Teacher's GEORGE MCCABE G.O, Member PATRICIA MCMILLIN Teacher's Aide XVILLIAM NEFF Library Service, Service League Rep. FREDERIC NIECE T "N-. , .1 , .. GO. Member K ff , ,rf , ,. X NL fig, '22 ,ny , mg. Q . a l LINDA OERDING junior Sa Senior Chorus, Teachers Aide JOYCE OGUR Teacher's Aide 3 '21, WJ-2:35 ,.., 1 -f ,..,, -. I X V, 'f 0 rl: i Y I .,' is-. -.X K I ' CHARLES O'MALLEY GO. Member ANDREW PAGANO GO. Member MICHAEL PAUL G.O. Member JOHN PENLAND G.O. Member JEAN PERLMUTTER Teacher's Aide SUSAN PETERS 1 X 532, 4 7 aa f ' I Captain of Cheering Squad, Green 8L White,V Teacher's Aide MAGGIE PHOENIX Chorus, Cheering Squad, Service Squad RAYMOND PIETROMONACO Patrol, Teachers Aide STEPHEN RAMA JAMEs POWLICK GO. Member pau-O1 ELAINE ROILAND JQHN PULICK Arista, President of Senior Class, Teacher's Board of Elections Aide -.ash ffvw. "ww ,Law y LEONARD PARR Fcotball Team, Service Squad, Teacher's Aide MARY LOU PASQUEL Green 8: White, Teacher's Aide 1 21" aa' ff- V S 3 ' T 7 x . .. -.,, A? V Jn . ff S, , ,y A-'T.ir ,. 25,- .V V' 'Rf-Q gf , ' 5 'S' ? f I 'v STEPHEN ROSEN Library Service NANCY ROTH Silver-Blue, Teacher's Aide wang., 3 'Q -B MAURO RUGGIERO G.O. Member CAROL ANN SADERA Green 84 White, Teachers Aide MARY STABILE G.O. Member LAWRENCE STOWE '50 l xv XCR N s ANTOINETTE SALERNO GU. Member CARMINE SANTANDREA GO. Member ARLENE SNITKES Circle li, Teachers Aide RI-IODA SOCOL G.O. Rep., Teachers Aide JUDITH SOMMER Arista, Silver-Blue, Board of French Tutor, Teachers Aide ALBERT SONNBERGER G.O. Member Teachers Aide Qs., Elections, l EDITH SCHNEIDER Library Servite, Teachers Aide CATHERINE SERVITTO Teachers Aide 55 'Fm 'b -ni ---sw ff l -IEANETTE SPADE A Q . . GO. Member my EILEEN SPITZER Q N Library Service -X 1 i W 'Q E . 1 l 1 1 g Q H Q PETER STRENG Senior Council, Patrol BARBARA SUSSMAN Arista, Art Editor of Folio, Forum, Teachers AlLl6 is se r A R ,Q J' 'N 'Y' 'V r l K' I-I U-uni NNT, Q Q 0 X. 'Zi' f"'S Q f"'S of - A gi - f s., , M gb?- f 3 G I 1 BERNICE TESTA G.O. Rep., Teachers Aide KENNETH W. TIED EMAN Band BQ 1 5, , Nh ,, U ,, ,,. 3 , W ' ie ,., " V . ,mg , If 1 'JM' , .,. , mi I 'vw-.,h ,' ' f 'X A f 4 ,, A, I f. , I I, 4 , if "Q, ff A ff "' '44 iffif7.g1f,wWf,GQZ'ff i , , ,,, , I V ,S 9' I aw , Ny W Au he sfo , r Q P Q I E-'IN-fnf... N-asm'--'ff f' If MURRAY TINDALL G.O. Member ANN TURTURRO G.O. Rep., Teacherls Aide MARY ANN VITALE Teachers Aide SUSAN WACHS Silver-Blue, G.O. Rep., Service League Rep., Teachers Aide BARBARA WAGNER Arista, Chorus, Green 8z White, Teachers Aide PHYLLIS WALDBRAND G.O. Rep., Teachers Aide GARY WENIG Patrol CECELIA WHACK GO. Member SUSAN YAGODA Majorettes, Silver'B1ue, Board of Elections, White E, Teachers Aide LESLIE YOUNG Folio, Service League Rep., Teachers Aide ,Q- YY' . Z, ",f , ' 'V Qi f, C .mg ,HV " fi .fc , ,Z 5.4, fy, V' , ' ,M 'fi f f 7 UQ,,W'?f 'nj 3 aa - ff' I tiii V 5 1 I V 'T Z GAIL TUSHER Chorus, Eolio, Gargoyle, Teachers Aide MARIA VASQUEZ Student Tribunal, Secretary of Green 84 White, Spanish Tutor, Board of Elections, Teachers Aide Qlamrra Svhg MARY LOU EARIELLO G.O. Member ANTHONY EREDERICI G.O. Member BARBARA FREEMAN Teacher's Aide LOIS FINKELSTEIN Teachers Aide CARLISSA GALDI Library Service, Service League Rep. MICHAEL GUARDINO G.O. Member GEORGE OBERGFOLL G.O. Member MICHAEL SCULLY G.O. Member ARTHUR SPEAL G.O. Member PHYLLIS TICHY G.O. Member CLARENCE WALKER G.O. Member ROSA WASHINGTON G.O. Member ANNETTE WILKINSON Tea,cher's Aide, Green 8c White LOIS ZARCHIN Teachers Aide ELLA ZIMAND Library Service, Teacher's Aide ifrgf ., ff. .f', . .. V, V,V.z,wl.,f X, ffzraregv ' wal 5. ' ,Qi vin -w Q..--,iii . 1,2 , j', . .fri ,, i v -wh? 5 I Q ,9 I Ii ii! 'Il 1 Most Likely to Scale the Heights Court Iexters Steve Brodie Pat Canale Luis Navia oan De Filippis rf' F3241 A Knight and Hi: Lady Fred Drummer Phyllis Waldbrand ,131 CT ' 5, 5. nsef O .QQ '22 523' . ll ,',O 41 ,hi A 1 Hero of Iouxts Tommy Edwards Heroine of Tourn-aments Sydney Lapidus if i 'd Soplaislicates of the Castle Brinn Auerbach Pat Field 1 , . ,- ,"'ff4,,' OH X Prince Charming Tommy Edwards as i l Fairest Maiden Elaine Roiland 32: N 'I LJ, Wg! N? 4 E A w 'ff ,"'4 f ?' villllln ---- Ji-1 '-iw I NX A O 3 it 1'-Af-14-1 i "' Court Favorites Steve Brodie Elaine Roiland Court ixiinstrets Joel Fishman i Sue Yagoda - ffm, ',1 ff ,, - y 4 'fr .K I I 5 f, f f "m.,.' gy!! ,ff ' r f- i ' 1lXAk 5 Couft Scbolmx ! 5 6 Luis Navia f . 3 ' 'A' P They Set Court Styles ' n"ul' James Powlick Fran Kreiselman 'u gl milf' 5 -I , I ,Q -1. Z, r-VJ, ' C" 'H' K " ', 25' lx xx fffjji lx i . ' Q, ' 77 15 joan De Filippis Im , h 1, 9 t t ,WA -4'.i"' V i ' x , ' H'?',xf9'7li, 5 f Z fr - ,A ' : fa 'f A' -u.':rf lam.- , 5' 2 H f 4 ja fl if 0 4 Wag , f a M 7 ' Bob 'V 1 Benjamin Presideul X ,f mg, K C., 'n""' fqigfl ,,,,,W,, f f fx ,-cf 7, , W' . 'u,f,,v , ,,,rW "Y -Pr- ig,.w : :.: i ' . ,J mf f . , 1 P f ' 2 f l g 1' 'ww i"'?"W:xrA V I Tony Corsentino Vife-President fi , V ,Nz 7 , Marcia Allen Alice Paulsen Secretary Treasurer 1' Munn Cgrahuaivn A, ,li , 45 IX I DOLORES ABRAMS Teachers Aide, Chorus EVELYN ADAMS Teacher's Aide fx 'YS X, Y , .M ly x , Z f , ! f f : 'W 5, 5 X ""f , E fl rlfflf ,f Ak'- fa fr.. MARILYN ARZT I ' , Teachers Aide, Service' gg Employment Advisor V MYRA AUERBACH " I Silver-Blue, Teacher's Aide 4' " ,"f'f59r l W z fin .far 5, -ev ,W ' "will MAUDE ADDIE Green 8: White, Teacher's Aide MICHEL ADLER GO. Rep. MARCIA ALLEN Forum, Board of Elections, Cheering Squad, Silver-Blue, Secretary of Senior Class JOAN ALLMAN Teachers Aide, GO. Rep. VINCENT ANTONACCHIO Teachers Aide, G.O. Rep. JAINIES APPELLO GO. Member THOMAS APPLEBY Teachers Aide, Baseball Team LOUIS ARGILA GO. Member .NANCY AUSTIN Green 81 White, Teacher's Aide SUSAN AXEL Service Aide, Tutor 4, . xii J" , .MVB .A V. -1' mt' -ww . N 4 7- , A, 5 .. -- .,,. V ., f-......, "J 'Nw ,, , , 1 , ,, N , ... , ., 'f' I ' ' '- x V 21,6 ,Q ' ,Q 4, , ' .- .. , ,, i, , sms' DEANNA, AKULIN , Folio 'QrJhestra, Music Award ADISIE ALEXANDER G.O. Member MARLENE BADER Silver-Blue, Teacher's Aide MARYANN BADINI Teachers Aide -nn-1, 1 vga., .Lf 7' 1 MW? . v M f fm My , A 11" f' as J'-Q'-,:. '1,.,9',:, , 1 'XZ 1 v -va I fw X. MARIE BAHNSEN Teacher's Aide BRIDGET BAIER Silver-Blue, Teacher's Aide, Rep., Service League Rep. av--ic, i Yiwu ,nur W' . f NANCY BAIRD jr. Arista, Teacher's Aide MARIE BANNIGAN Chorus, G.O. Teachers Aide HELEN BAROWAY SM' 'hw , DIANE BARBOUR G.O. Member MARIE BARDUNIAS GO. Member W ' Arista, Forum, Folio, Board of Elections, Silver-Blue v 1 EDWARD BARRISH , M X Arista, Student Tribunal, Gargoyle, Silver- A Blue A ,V 1 . I E A 6 ,fi 6 t' I 'W 'W Q ,fi I -TIM .5 W' i A X fa ft t PI-IYLLIS BASILE ff' 221 - - A Teacher's Aide ' I .Ziff CAROL BAUMAN L b 0 Teacher's Aide, Tutor ,Q , J " 1 L L' :Es A , 3 ' BEATRICE E. BAUMANN A 1 Junior Chorus, Service League Rep. EVELYN BAUMANN GO. Member U ' -s W I L.. I MARY ANN BENAZZI JOEL BEASLEY MARTHA BECK Board of Elections, Teacher's Aide Bio. 8a Physics Lab. Service, Handball Team Arista, Latin Tutor, Teachers Aide ROBERT BENJAMIN BARBARA BEATTY EUGENE BELGRAVE President ot G.O., President of Senior Class. G.O. Member Band, GO. Rep. Green 6: White, Folio , ""1 ' I ,.,, , I t is 1 A I Q .. .,,. . ,,. ' V O . E21 . 'W as 2 I X "1 Q' QQ? . vr..:..f Eve I ,V-uv ZA ,GZ X H rf I ' I A ' Q Bw, Wil . i W , fl , ..N f ,mf l I 4. ,M ,. ,J v IB! JOHN BENNETT G.O. Member DIANE BERESHEIM Jr. Arista, Teachers Aide, Tennis Club. Newman Club 5325. - TZ'- V- , if 'G V "..L' V , I WEA WTI, A f ' " MQ- Q, Aw ' aw yi . I ,ififfz f .,' V, ' ,V ,1 I ' f W , ,, "Q-.. W X 'K il' ' if 4, zf'e 50:f2,-2. r ' if, f4?7WeEa if fig' Bw " 4" . 111' " ARLENE BORANIAN Teachers Aide, White E JOAN BOROWICK Jr. 8: Sr, Arista, Associate Editor of Gargoyle, Business Manager of Forum, Silver-Blue, Circle F . 1 S C' L5 ALBERT J. BERGER Arista, Gargoyle, Forum, C Chemistry Lab. Service RICHARD BERGER G.O. Mernher RICHARD BERNSTEIN Forum, Folio, Silver-Blue ROSEMARY BIOT Teachers Aide, Switchboard Operator LINDA BLAESER Board of Elections, Green 81 White Teacher s AILIC LINDA BLAHNIK Jr. 8: Sr. Arista, Teacher's Aide Spanish Tutor I vw QNX will JEROME BLENNAU Patrol, White F CHARLES BLUMENTHAL Teachers Aide ANTHONY BRACCHI Patrol LINDA BRANSKY Folio, Teacher's Aide, Physics Tutor Silver Blue Teacher s Aide Physics Tutor V11 K I F hemistry Tutor CO Rallics GO Rep Xu, 0 13 N 4 WILLIAM BRODIN Teachers Aide, Chorus SUZANNE BRONSTEIN Teachers Aide E gt A A 2 I X 1 1 EKQM WW" Q ffm ' 5 11 ,fir-11,4 5 mm, Q 1:1 . ,1 ., .t i , 1, 1 's A Q ' 4 fgwfqw .f::, I x VIVIAN CANNADY Teacher's Aide, G.O. Member JOHN CARLEO GO. Member .p-...,, Zn? I if A K ,ii X PERRY BROOKS Truck Team, Teathcrs Aide, White BETH BRCJWN jr. Esc Sr. Chorus, Tet1ther's Aide II ' VERONICA BRUCKER ' Orchestra ANN BUCARIA Chorus MARY BUSH Teachers Aide, Volley Ball Team BARBARA BUTTINO Teachers Aide ' MICHAEL CAI-IN Silver-Blue, Teachers Aide, Latin Tutor ROSARIO CAMBRIA Band, Teachers Aide GLORIA CARLIN Teachers Aide SALVATORE CAROLLO GO. Member 'Q I 'X :rg , , .. I ,if A ' f ,, 72 ' If I A ' W9 CW' , , 6 zz' -ma ' Q V - ,, ' M sa, V fr V ,L ee" xi WX, fi N 'W 1 Ig, I ,. 9 A my .4 Q Miffff X Y M f ,iff President of Service League, Board of Elec- tions, Green 64 White, Teacher's Aide, Treasurer of G.O,, Arista, Green 8: White, JUANITA BROWN 'I'earher's Aide, Sr, Chorus YVONNE BROWN Volley Ball Club DONALD CARRILLO GO. Member PIIYLLIS CASHMAN GO. Member M T: 2 M: Nwf il! MARIO CASTELLANO ELAINE CAVAIOLI G.O. Member G.O. Member GWENDOLYN CATALANO MARY CELENTANO Operator Jr. Chorus, G.O. Rep. G.O. Member ANTONIO COLALILLO G.O. Member JOHN COLE Teacher's Aide, Track Team WW 1 4 ,,,. ,,,,,7. .,,V , I 1 ,i , 9,1 f , I ,f ff L X V f ff 5.33 1 I Z PATRICIA CHIAZZESE Teachers Aide, Leader in Gym, Switchboard BARBARA CIASTKEWICZ Green Sc White, Teachers Aide, Biolog Tutor RALPH CIMITILE W Football Team, Track Team CONSTANCE CLARK jr, Arista, Green 8: White, Teacher's Aide I fr X 1, f' 1 ELSA COHEN Gargoyle, Board of Elections, Silver-Blue, Teachers Aide. Swimming Club HARVEY COHEN Techer's Aide , ,U C 424 'iw v... Y in , for 'zz-Q , , I Q? 'V M R e f. . imma i ,rx 51 si .. STEPHEN COHEN fc Orchestra, Teachers Aide LORRAINE COI-IN Board of Elections, Silver-Blue, Teacher's Aide 74? Q w-5-, -H GORDON COLLURA 75 RUTH COORDS Teachers Aide, G.O. Rep., Service League Teachers Aide Rep. JOSEPH CONETTA GLORIA COPELLI Band G.O. Rep. f Z . g . TW? 3 , W 'E ww,-M 7 V , ,bmah 'IL'- I egg? H S ANGELA COPPOLA Green St White, Teacher's Aide, Chorus, G.O. Rep., Service League Rep. META CORNELL Treasurer of G.O., Forum, Green 8: White, Cheering Squad, Orchestra N J 'ilflf jr , Filly la , W il l J' L fb lllllfvll I ,XFXPL ll f ff, , iq, f.-73' , V " 'gd G rf Kam , X5 W A LVL I CARMEN CORRADO G.O. Member ANTHONY CORSENTINO President of Newman Club, Vice President of Senior Class, Green 8c White, Track Team, Queensboro G.O. Council Rep. VALERIE G. DABBS Silver-Blue, Lab Service, Board of Elections C rchestra ' ' 'c ' U , ,C AMILLE D'ALEo W " 4,,. ,, Teacher's.Qde T' , W ,Ml f -A C3 , . IW -' l 4' .Y 'fy ' f -P f f . W H -. MV ,rx T p GMQKS J ,J .xl ,' A 0 it if 0 fl U QB " ' P' "N YSA ' T is - m ANGELINA D'ARRIGO f an KGIO. Member , , N 5.5 h 1, , , 'V EDITH DECANIO , F r i G.O. Member ' ix Mil I " . Q' 5 - W Q Y ' ' M ,f 1 A X Tl xl 'T- , .5 ,,-54' NWA N4 ll' 3 F I 1 D X I ..,. ,L SSX 'll K f l Ns i , , JOHN DEGROOF ,X Arista, Student Tribunal, Teacher's Aide X vp Chemistry 81 Math Tutor, Bowling Team S l I LINDA DELAPINA ROSE DELLA CORTE G.O. Member JOANN DEMEO G.O. Member vw: 49 Tk f M Board of Elections, Green 8: White Teachers Aide, Service League Rep., New man Club JOEL DENGROVE G.O. Rep, Forum, Gargoyle, Teachers Aide Teacher s Aide CONCETTA DHROSA Teachers Aide . I lg -2. fi , 'Nr xg V. g , H is Q A 3 1 I E' EDWARD DEUTSCH Arista, Student Tribunal, Board of Elections, Chairman of Silver-Blue, Basketball Team LAWRENCE DEUTSCH Folio, Head of Gargoyle Senior Picture Staff, Chemistry Tutor, Board of Elections, Teachers Aide 'N 4 A A 5' 2 , F . , fa i ' .i E 'H 5 'SI i W . c. I 1? fir ,MT ff T f A ' gifiii if ' ?r",q:iQ 1 lg .i Q-1-7 X V ' , I if 3 ' A i- , Z fn 41 . T- 52 G' 1 LESLIE DODGE Tennis Club, Green Ex White, Teachers Aide, Board of Elections JOHN DOLCIOTTI G.O. Member 7 ,Wu " f 1 f mme, it 6 K f S x S 4 ,X Si Rx avg - . XX Q ,Q as xc Q isxqa S ,lis B 'E X New cxxxs X -, 'E X5 il .1 ,- Essgs ff Ti X-Q , J , , I , r , 1 . 1 44 1 , , , r iv 5. ' BARBARA DEVIRGILIO Teachers Aide ARLENE DIDIO Teachers Aide 16, , 1 A "Z..."'v MICHAEL DIETZ G.O. Member ROBERT DIEZ G.O. Member lr'-T if 7' , . Q2 CAROL DIGIACOMO Green 81 White, Twirlers, Teachers Aide, eff G.O. Rep. ff FRANK DiM1sA ' ' 'Ib Teachers Aide , I ROBERT DINAL jr Teachers Aide, White E, Circle E JOAN D1scoLo QQ Teachers Aide X Cr- x LORRAINE DIVILA Teachers Aide GEORGE DOBRITZ G.O. Member 'Nl SUSAN DONEGAN ROBIN DRAKE G.O. Member Chairman Green 8: White, Board of Elec- GECOVA DOYAL tions, G.O. Rep., Gargoyle Basketball Team, Track Team, Teachers DAVID DREZNICK Aide Orchestra, Teachers Aide, Patrol Y Q MW an Q A ,Q "N- ex' 45' I THOMAS DUPREE G.O. Member ANGELO DUVLARIS GO. Member W 4 '? V fab MN rf-5f"' "' . it W Vx- o 'iv' -fl JOYCE FALTA Booster Squad ROBERT FARDELLA Teachers Aide ,-sy. .44-, ,wwf 'Nr 77-..,., FRED EDEBOHLS Physics Lab. Aide DAVID EDELMAN Teachers Aide SHEILA ELISH GO. Member ROBERT ENNIS Student Tribunal, Publications, Board of Elections, Silver-Blue, Golf Team ETHEL EPSTEIN Silver-Blue, Teachers Aide NORA EPSTEIN Teachers Aide WARREN ESANU GO. Member CAROL ESTERMAN Teachers Aide WILMA FARFAN ,, faq, 'Viv , . JUDITH EDRICH Teachers Aide HOWARD EISEN Gargoyle, Board of Elections, Silver-Blue, Teachers Aide no cg Nerf zo G Sr. Chorus, Silver-Blue, Teachers Aide, GO. FRANK FEICCO Rep. GU. Member BARBARA FEDERICI XVILLIAM FELDAN Teachers Aide, Chorus Band, Service Aide ,A W 1-Q if E 4 .Rn 55 l l LYNN FELDMAN Teacher's Aide, Chorus ROSE FELICIO Teacher's Aide CWM Wa l f av' 'W W fx f JM... l 1'1 - if E' 5' Y 4, .. X' , 'B , .ii an-,K f Q ,xf-.,, Y -N, gg , My W, , - V 2 ' 51. l ' L 9 K We 'T' V f I . .fffif f .1 'fi Z ev' . T' 3 ,J ff ' 15 'f 4 Q .5 VICTOR FENEV Teachers Aide, Chorus ARLENE FENN Board of Elections, Green Teachers Aide, G.O. Rep. LAURA FERENTINO Booster Squad IOSEPH FICALORA 84 White, GO. Member pvc' JOYCE FIEDLER , Z X G.O. Member X ,Y e V LINDA R. FIERTEL r Teachers Aide, Intermediate Algebra Tutor ,A W - .401 White F 6: P , , caffffffffffaf-Ye 7 W' A ..,. W? M- J t DOROTHY PILIPKOWSKA L Teachers Aide i FRANCES FINE It , Gargoyle, Board of lilections, G.O. Rep., V mx xv, I Z ' Service League Rep., Circle F. f 3 -" ' ,gy W ' 1' 1 JUDITH PIRESTONE 7 , Ifvi ,E AlA,,. .3 Z Silver-Blue, Leader's Service, Teacher's Aide " A V I' lb MARY FLYNN A f r,,r Teacher's Aide, Service League Rep., Tennis ' lp I e ,V V fi Club 3 i-- f -c 2 , e 3 l' NJ' . A- ' "f V' T122 - A M .., .4 f O 6 . -A O 5 if A xr ' A f NANCY FLYNN RAYMOND FORNILLO Arista, Gargoyle, Teacher's Aide, Spanish Gargoyle LEONARD FOXSON Tutor, Chorus KAREN FORSENIUS Basketball Team. Teachers Aide JACK FOLEY Green 84 White, Board of Elections, G.O. MARY FRANCO G.O. Member Rep, Service League Rep., Teacher's Aide GO. Member M4 . WW' '1m1y','. .'1 ff, mfr, , - Gfyg, 7,,A,,3i.:fwpae..,,L,,V' A ' wa! A ' ' 'f.f71d:', A HM. .Wi-15s. ' Vg, f , ,, . we ffff X ff 1 ff, .1 f " 1, 5 4 f . , ,' 4 A n , y ,. ,' I ' - -L :ix-if . , -' f 'W 'zf' 1 1 fm V - - fr , ff ' ,- f 'V f f ' '19 fi fax?" I - ,Wu , f 1 .,, zgxw, -v .3 ,neg-.4-,ggi-,, . f J fag , 1 4? 1 5,1 fifwfgy -43:21 has f v V ,W , ,f 1 f it' 3 Q9 f ' iz 1, Y I 4 51" I 1 vw ,,. an M 6 7 , WD , M-My -is 7, ,., , f , H , ,.., I f 69 BARRY FRANK Gargoyle, Band, White F, Silver-Blue, Teachers Aide ELLEN FRANKELL Senior Chorus, Teachers Aide, Tennis Club I I FH VIOLET GIANNONE G.O. Member BERNARD GINIGER Library Service, Teacher's Aide , 2 ae' -ma... 1 'VN-. ROSALYN FRATKIN Teachers Aide DANIEL FRENCH G.O. Member JOHN GAFFNEY G.O. Member JOANNE GALATI G.O. Member PHILIP GAROFALO ,Iunier Orchestra, Football Team, Track Team, Teachers Aide WESLEY GARVIN Arista, Forum, Gargoyle, Board of Elections, Green 8a White CHARLES E. GELB f I , 52 J , tg: , , ,,t,,,, l, if w iiiwwr' Ju ,N .1 :,i,1,1,q -- 1,:-:sv EVA FRIEDLANDER Forum Advertising Manager, Silver-Blue, Teachers Aide DAVID GABLEMAN Basketball Team qw I f 1 XM, , W 4' A V. ,v is-, Gargoyle, Silver-Blue, Teacher's Aide FRANK GENTILE Musician for Rallies 93 6 xy , -,, I , -QL, i M 49' 'i,'?3I5'l --.. 1 74' ' W ,, - J , L , T e L I AJ 'V L UZ' t AR GOLD HAROLD GINSBURG ' uv Arista, Forum, Board of Elections, Silver- G.O. Member Blue, Service League Secretary BARBARA GLEW Teachers Aide fp' fl BETH GOLDBERG 'I'eacher's Aide 1 ,fA' 7 A I , TI X f 1 2 1 ,I ,Tl V , Ja A , I I UF-v is.. 5? i' 17? ROSALIND GOLDBERG G.O. Rep., Service League Rep. BRUCE GOLDENSOHN G.O. City Council Rep. Y New fa f 42? X wi' Z 'M' I T-If vw-f ' ...K 5 1' Q lj I MICHAEL H. GORDON Teachers Aide, School Play PATRICIA R. GORDON Chorus, Teacher's Aide V, A 1 'MM' V' ,',V I ,Liu ' X f ff.,-5, ex , A 'fi gig,-, Q 1 ' 'en A , of ' 1? E Jffy , 'S f "iff Ii S ' 3 xi, LOUIS GOLDFARB jr. 6: Sr. Arista, Track Team, Teacher's Aide DENNIS GOLDFINGER Orchestra JOSEPH GOLDOFSKI Teacher's Aide SONDRA GOLDRICH Twirler, G.O. Rep. HARVEY GOLUBOCK Gargoyle, Band, Track Team PAUL GOODBERG Band, G.O. Rep., Service Teachers Aide EDVUARD GOODMAN G.O. Member SARAH OOD Teachers idev, If N if I , 4 I .N ,xt ,Xie , .pi af UQ all H9145 QJJ ANDREW GOTTESMAN Folio, Teachers Aide MARSHAL GOTTLIEB Teacher's Aide League Rep., a-aa., 3 . f. My , 41 nr, SUSAN GOLDELAM SiIver'Blue, Teacher's Aide HERBERT GOLDMAN Manager of Basketball Team, Track Team, Forum, Treasurer of Silver-Blue iwgc: fi I 'Q'lQ'1"A'l- 1 f f Xi iwte X91 7 I . FN- STANLEY N. GOTTLIEB Band LINDA GRAHAM Teacher's Aide wi , 7, . 1 ' f J f' I 1 f I' , 4 ff . ,, fy, I ii av 9 f f f f N-,fi ,, . 23 .3 -,' Q f 'Q-.fra . . fe if M12 ,.ff an . W, . .. ,,, VP' W' .4 QW HELENE GREENE Jr. 84 Sr. Arista, Biology Tutor, Silver-Blue, Teachers Aide, G.O. Rep. HINDA GREENFADER Junior G.O. President, Arista, Folio, Gar- goyle, Silver-Blue MARTIN GRAUER G.O. Member NAOMI GREENBERG Board of Elections, Teacher's Aide, G.O. Rallies, Service League Rep. ' CHARLENE GRONEVELDT TeacI1er's Aide, G.O. Rep. 1 Qkikki 'fmaum ARNOLD GREENSPAN Senior Chorus, Silver-Blue IANET GRISWOLD Teachers Aide 'A ,,,f,M li"--p--..v,, ,f . ,H ' ' Y A..3!z'f 'W' Q if V 1 -if y we L X' M , Eve.LYNN GROTZ ,:- ' 'W M - -aw' 1 L.. ' '55 Vice-President of G.O., Board of Elections, X , ,g A I ,. A, I ju, 5 f Green 54 White, Teacher's Aide, Service A' ' l i Q ' -2 League Rep. ' I A ' ff-' , 'v "HQ , 5. - M MA, , ,aff f A w ' - 3, SUZANNE GRUBER t" ' Jr. Arista, Teacher's Aide, Green 8: White M, M Q 1 BARBARA GUHL ' , C' ' . Gargoyle, Teacher's Aide, White F, Circle F K:-vw V .f,VVV CAROLYN GUINAN Teacher's Aide ' SEBA GURUN jr. Chorus, Green 81 White, Teacher's Aide - 5 DONALD HAAS A0 - JANET HANLON G.O. Member Q4 IRENIZ HALARIS Green 8: White, Teacher's Aide, Tennis ARNOLD HAGLER - , f Board of Elections, Teacher's Aide Club Arista, Board of Elections, Silver-Blue, B' ALICE HALL VALERIE HARBOUR Lab. Service, Service League Rep. Green 84 White, Teacher's Aide Teacher's Aide mf sg? .,.. 7' ffm 7 'Z i "'7i5a ' ' 'ff .V 5 f 3' 3 Q Q, afar' -G 49' W, JW' '11, ,Aga Ji, 'if V: 1 I F? fi, I , . , , fm V 2 .V 1 A7 V RAW i ,ax K Q I ' ,J ,V ' 1 , Y "if L - ' 624: JA I 1 t.vf,,-1' '.Jfl.L4-.V 30 i.7lf 5 JANE HARPER 5 Board of Elections, Green 8: White, Teacher's Aide RENEE HARSNETT Green 84 White, Chorus, Teachefs Aide, G.O. Rep. "-f- , are JO-ANN HARTBERG Eorum,Teacl'1er's Aide, White F ELLEN HARWICKE Band, Folio, Teachers Aide, Service League Rep. SANDY HEILVEIL Silver-Blue CHARLOTTE HEINS Senior Chorus, Teacher's Aide RAYMOND HELD Arista, French Tutor, Teacher's Aide SUSAN HELD Gargoyle, Teacher's Aide f'K , " iff ' 4- A Q' 5? f X '- "" 1 ,., 1 V U fs. . Xwfgf G.O. Member PHlLlP HEADLEY Bowling Team, Service MARGARET HAYES Jag, hrf ily, 5-1M League Rep. 4 ., , .,,, , .4 - .wif-..,, .54 f 5 ., t , Qi' , ' 4 7 , . C f 'af ..,. , I M WJ it ' , ,f,f,, . . ., . ,, ,, Q54 lylxil , A 4 algi' fa 32 f ,ra gf '4 bfi -' ff W 5 ij f C' WW f fl f , 1 . iff? f My ' Q 1' ,Y , .,, my 347 sw- wi -,f 1 -5 PAULA HELLER Z Board of Elections, Silver-Blue, Teacher's K' , Aide, Captain of Boosters JOSEPH HENNESSY I. 2 ll if , Patrol, Teacher's Aide r we " 312 Q E . W.. Q J , 'H-,K 5, Z ,,., I f..' If N JACK HENTEL Boy Leader of Arista, Board of Elections, JOSEPH HERNDLHOFER ALBERT HESS Teacher's Aide, Silver-Blue, Circle F Teacher's Aide Library Service LINDA HEPBURN JOHN HESLIN RUTH HETTRICH Teacher's Aide G.O. Member Teacher's Aide V V, ,,., ,V 'I fl V , , - jg. ff" " 1. ji 'fl 3 5, , A V , fm J J ' ' f -' 'F is .i v , HTG, A eiiv ww .fi-L iq 3 fc A AA Q, V GI P as as , 451 W 'W Agnew 'H Ulm? if A if ..,. I , Q SPI S .V -iv -. ..-22,41 I . f i 2:14121 1" f , MICHAEL HIRSCH Senior Chorus TOBY S. HIRSCHBERG Arista, Head of Gargoyle Senior Picture Staff, Folio, Silver-Blue, Teachers Aide i may ,K 'iv 'il- DOROTHY HOCHER Teachers Aide LINDA HOFFMAN Teachers Aide BOOKER HOPKINS Basketball Team, Track Chorus, Teachers Aide WILLIAM Il. HOPPE Teachers Aide Team, Senior SUSAN HORSFALL Vice-President 84 Secretary of Service League, Teachers Aide, GO, Rep. CHRISTOPHER HOYT White F, GO. Rep. M216 1-4 ' , 14' ,A "f37"'ffe, .a f ...f ,wwf JOHN HOLUB Gargoyle j0IiL HOLZBERG GO. Member f W A 1 Q 7 Z 1' ff muy! 'ff 4 14 at f , Q A Q A' 72 I 1 .fi-r GEORGENA HUBER 1, f' Gargoyle, Teachers Aide, G.O. Rep. K I ', DEANNA HUNcHAK " 1 + . Gargoyle, Teachers Aide, Junior Chorus, P UM, GO. Rep. ,If X Il 5 ' Q, rf' 1 I A I q if Q rs "-. f X IX Fwy. I - f X DA,VI , HUREWITZ 191 Afrist , hief justice ofthe Student Tribunal, xl S' r "ev League Vice-President, Chairman Fl o paid of Elections, Track Team BARJBARA HUTCHINS GD.'iMember Uma XWALTER ILCI-IUK Library Service, Patrol CAMELLA INGINO Teachers Aide ' i . A i .' . , I I - . YT' K f 1 fri' V ri ,. ' gf: R- , . CV' .-mmf.-.-eff, 'I' ' we V-p1.,, fp fp, -V , 4, p ,4 " Gy, . 1: . wr- -Q21 11' . 1 fi. - ' no M ' ff 05 NILDA IRIZARRY GO, Member IIEDELE IURILLO G.O. Member , , 4- ' c X I Z 'WIT' ALAN JACOBS Library Service PATRICIA JANSON , Q X 'v 'if-1 R i W :q" "e i '-L., N Teacher's Aide, G.O. Rep. A eg ri l 757' "fan ravi' 'f fag ' 4 v 'fx mf N 1 if ix X ,f J , ' tim , ,w if 4' I" - A aw, If V .., ,I fy 613,11 iffy., ' W ff' E' f W fn DONALD KAHN Arista, Gargoyle, Green Tutor, Teachers Aide ARLENE KANDEL Teacher's Aide -MQ if f Z nl A :Sc White, Latin 'HS wa, f 9 7.45" 4 e ef A P I g Q ' r: 1 ',,,,,,q , 1, 'K age , e,4rc we ,fi f v W' i e , ARTHUR JENSKY FRANK JESTER Arista, White E, Teachers Aide Teacher's Aide FRANK JERABEK EDITH JOHNSON Arista, Board of Elections, Green 8: White, Eorum, Board of Elections, Tea r's Aide Football Teams Historian, Teachers Aide O X -ML X5 ' ,Q Mft-if ' A Cx ERIC JOHNSON up A, 1 , do Q, . Q, ll ,JAHQW G.O. Member N LT 3 l 'C lyk 4 F 'J ROBERT M, JOHNSON A M ,AL Student Tribunal, Board of Elections, Silver- -Q ,lik-H fe l 5 Blue, Go. city ce-.men Rep., Service L' League Rep. xfs,1TV2-'S .1- 3-55' A J 'fix' ' 7 ROBERT JOHNSTON jffgkim' 'Tl -Q, Bowling Team, Teacher's Aide 'Q -if PATRlClA JONES i ik" V' -t,,, Vice-President of G.O., Girl Leader of 1 -rw, R , Arista, Green 84 White, Circle F, Teachers ly, FA ,k ' Aide ,g4f3LC' V -7 'ff Q i ii f V-,gk A 1, 4 'll ,4 i V MARY ANN JULIANO Chorus RUDOLPH JULIANO Board of Elections, Jr. Arista, Green :Sc White, Teachers Aide KANE Chorus, Swimming Team, Teacher's Aide, G.O. City Council Rep. BARBARA KANER Orchestra, Teacher's Aide Vw .mv X v f hxiw. , r A 'S' iw iii fwii et", iii tlif , ll I 'fi ffl 'iii ,f 1 or e c i. 'Qi 11 HELENE KANTOR Teachers Aide ARNOLD KAPLAN G.O. Member gary A W and f 47 5' A . I We if K EJ 1 Q I ,ff I X LINDA KAPLAN G.O. Member EMILY KARP Silver-Blue Chairman, Forum, Head of Gar- goyle Literary Staff, Jr. 8: Sr. Arista, Board of Elections ,k-11' W' I mai - f ,1 I -f ,V J' ,nf QQ A A 9. A 41404 -1156 V , ' ,n ,rfwlfw I f ff .7 Wf,ff,,q 9 ,f 'Ds I , X I if s, 4 2 1 4 1 ff 1 . f f f 1, 1 1 1 1 f MQW! 1 ,I f MARIE KISSAG Teacher's Aide SUZANNE KITTAY G.O. Member 1 K 'WW' KENNETH KARPEL Assistant Editor Folio, Gargoyle, Silver-Blue Chairman, Physics Tutor, White F EDWARD KASDAY Library Service, Teacher's Aide ROBERTA A. KATCHEN Forum Co-Editor, Gargoyle, Circle F, Silver- Blue LINDA KAUFMAN G.O. Member X ' xv. SANDRA KAUFMAN V H XJ Teacher's Aide Cdl? XXA ROBERT KEAN G.O. Member PM K7 yqsouallo ' DIANE KENNEY Green Sc White, Teacher's Aide VICTOR KESSLER G.O. Member CATHERINE KILKES Green Sc White, Tennis Club VICTOR KIRETCHJIAN G.O. Member 5 ji m A ff -'TBS ALAN KLEIN Library Aide PHILIP KNITZER Arista, Forum, Folio, Senior Chorus 'ali Y-'1 it s ERDA KOEHN Teachers Aide, Senior Chorus, Latin Tutor HERMAN KOELLING G.O. Member wif 5 I-4 Q-Q ROSEMARY KOENIG Arista, Folio, Gargoyle JERROLD KOENIGSBERG Teachers Aide, Silver-Blue M or fx Q z f 7-"' CYS? 1.2 Wy 1 fi! -ov ,, V, :iii " M i.',gV,fuW LINDA KOHLROSER Teachers Aide MARY-ANN KOLBUSCH Arista, Art Editor of Folio, Gargoyle, Silver- Blue, Teachers Aide ROSALIND KORNEGAY G.O. Member OLIVER KORSHIN Arista, Assistant Editor of Folio, Head of Gargoyle Photography Staff, Forum, Chem- istry Tutor MARGARET KREMPLER G.O. Member GEORGIANN KROEECHECK G.O, Member WILLIAM KROPP G.O. Member THOMAS KWIATKOWSKI G.O. Member HELEN LACHENMAYR JOAN ANN LANGONE Teachers Aide, White F, junior Chorus Girl's Bowling Team ANGELA LADAS WARREN LANGROCK Teacher's Aide G.O. Member 7 I W rf' P " 1 f.. 0 ex, ,vig 97, U V f 4 ANITA KOPFF Arista, Board of Elections, Green 8: White Teachers Aide ROBERT KOREMANN Teachers Aide, G.O. Member fl? sri f 9 t ,Af fx ,I VV X li I ,V . , , ' ' :,:f f .-Liu' YN , ,N v- 7'2" . "K T ke - M111 ' . bm 'J ' i , Z X FW OLGA LAPI Board of Elections, Teacher's Aide, Latin Tutor LORRAINE LARUSSO Bowling Team 4 , N W I ' f 4 P f m' iw Z , Q .. , V. N N , A """'7 'IN 1 . ff . X r 1 f-'K ,Wg I "'--rar "' ff I A T52 I ,212 f , ' Nell" ' :"f 15 5 f ' lgiifux I f f .,uii1ll"l v H GEORGIANNA LASKARIS BRIAN LEHR SIDRA LEIBOWITZ Teaqhefg Aide Pgffgly Brywling Team Board of Elections, Teacher's Aide, Swim- STEPHEN LEFFAND MELVIN LEIBOXVITZ ming Team Captain G.O. Member Forum, Band, Orchestra, Teacher's Aide, STEPHEN LEIBUWITZ .H Music Award TCHCl'lCl'lS ROBERT LESSER Forum, Gargoyle, Board of Elections, Band, Latin Tutor JUDITH LETTANG Teacher's Aide, Bowling Team .' YW ' K g s"-1 1N i f N I 1,1 , Mmm! may' ELLEN M. LEVENE Arista, Forum, Folio, Orchestra, Spanish ' I Tutor ' . I . y, Ml - BARBARA LEVITT Q 'N A Mig, l I Board of Elections, Lab Service, G.O. Rep. 6 A 5 . U I I il if ' ll ii 'I T-5 i , K ff q WV A wif' 1 xl Rb- ' I tw "Els it l N .Lf my ly F I K fi? y ly -J Ns A sr MQ X 3 FIQYCE LEVY ,1Y,,.' "-"1:" s'- ,L ' -4 L , , , lr. 84 Sr. Arista, Co-Editor of Forum, Head L N b of Gargoyle Art Staff, Folio Circle F .N N B SANDRA LEVY 1 K N Teacher's Aide, Stenography Tutor, Chorus fx wf A N , or 3 moat fowl I NW r,re,s 'qwlhor L 45 X , B - A4 , ' str J- J, A IJ' M J! I of J T Q fy, ff fli STANLEY LIEB AN LINDA LEWIS Circle F, Gargoyle, English 81 Spanish Tutor, Silver-Blue, Teacher's Aide JOAN LICHTENBERGER G.O. Member W 5 52i' g,e,-4, Ar ' ,',5,3" 1-fij' , fir? G justice Clerk of Student Tribunal, Folio, Board of Elections, Silver-Blue, Teacher's DONALD LIPELES Aide G.O. Member ,IULES LIPMAN Library .Sc Teacher's Aide, Patrol MARIO LIMONGI Lihrary Aide, Patrol RT' " it-pier'-'-' f ' ""f -' 'X I3 l 'K is ,. vs sl - '59 Q Q 1 , Q 'Q cw fl if lei 1 '---' rc as . .Y XY jp? Fax,-Q' into Ywy glw 3 i-Q15 -3 uf ta . MARVIN LIPTON Library Aide CHARLES LOCH ff .1 , If 5 f ,f f, , 7 ,Q li. i -..., iii Arista, President of G.O., Board of Elections, f 1 wma. ,f 1 ,, -40.',!s ,, ,,.,, r-. ','a" " G.O. City Council Rep., Track Team . ..,, Q ,, :S N . F l W 1' E X A 'EL . -, ' X we 1 A , V U... V . ,- 'Ji ' iw... , V . Y, ,.,,.. 'Qfiff' 4, ,,., f , ff , ' EDGAR MANDEVILLE Silver-Blue, Teacher's Aide JEANN E MANEREDONIA G.O. Rep. M. .. pf 'I '1' 1 f '75, f ff V' , . fl f-9,12 ,. , V26 ww.. ff. ' ,tl .,,r Fda., if, W? f ' M mf if M, V ,-A-Q . rx STUART LOPATA Band GUSTAVO LOPEZ G.O. Member MARlE LUPARDO Teachet's Aide, Green 8: White BRIAN LYONS Baseball Team, Green 81 White, Patrol BARBARA MAISEL Green 84 White, Teachefs Aide JOHN MALLON GO. Member JUDITH MANCUSO Folio, Teacher's Aide, Foreign Born Students Tutor ROSE MANCUSO Teacher's Aide, G.O. Rep., Service League Rep. i f QAM 41 MADELINE LORENZ G.O, Member THOMAS LORING G.O. Member .1 .syn paw' X 'i we f l ' F n y5g?5Q7jj,izQ f Jflfc J , I JOSEPHINE MANTIONE ROBERT MARCIK M'l'4f7 J f i Teacher's Aide Football Team JOAN A. MANZO DONALD MARKS . ji Teacher's Aide Track Team, G.O. Rep. 'xxx CAROL MARRA G.O. Member MARIE MARRONE Teacher's Aide R .E "Wav :ff ,fam W ." I, Ex s ' I 4 . E.. . V, -253 5? Ng 'X-.' -.5 '-1,1-f-.. A3 1 1 I ,nik 2 5,4 A f f 5 Q 1 7 1-1 f , if ff 1 f M.-af-my yy: lf i I f 'f' " .. C" ' 4 '34-if CZ' .W V flffid if ,W , ,V . 0 ff fi 1 ' ' X f' gi Wt , 7 1 , 4 f 5 1 was W , T 462 .Zz '- i f " Q7 I 7 lf' Ei e ee W f" f - 1 , 4-Wax , , . ,,, , 7, 2, , .. f f if . -fm-wwf ELIZABETH A. MCGUIRE Gargoyle, Cheering Squad MICHAEL MCKEVITT Teacher's Aide 'bw 'W 1 af ' Wwe .1 ' " .uv 1 9,5 Q w EW w , yi x: M V ' wg ft i- 3 y, 52211 ' I. ,I ., if my !' ,1ff , ' wi! Q ' r 'FI aff - 411423 . 1444 f .y HAROLD N. MARSH Sf f ff 1 f 71 f f f f 5 ff, f ll' 5 49,- 7 my ' 'V da 1 ?f M ,lf f f 'ff f f Q f F!! af jf ff L 4 VINCENT MARTIN Teacher's Aide, Patrol Teacher's Aide If I , ji 'gj BRENDA MARSHALL JOAN MARX 'iq ' Senior Chorus, Green 8: White, Booster, GO. Secretary, Forum, Bcygdle fEleepi gk! Teacher's Aide Teacher's Aide Q ,fffyi ' 4 I I DOLORES MARZANO if lf, ,fi If Teacher's Aide 5 ffl, A JAMES R. MAYERS f ,VyLf' KZ Teachefs Aide BARBARA MAZZACANO' Forum, Green 8: White, Board of Elections, Teacher's Aide ROBERT MCCARDELL G.O. Member JOHN MCDONOUGH Bowling Team BEVERLY MCGINN Teacher's Aide, G.O. Rep. BARBARA MEEI-IAN Teacher's Aide, Chorus ,.,--1--- CLAIRE MEIER Forum, Green 8: White, Service League Secretary, Circle F BRENDA MEI GEORGE MELLIDES GEO- Memlwf Board of Elections, Teacher's Aide, Patrol N ' I ...li 6. We A 'iff' ' 'Ire 5 I .f. V w g. 1'Q'.:l "l I , ' . -l1-4 g , , -Q 'Q' '?""b s- Q6- YE- DOUGLAS MENDOCHA Green 6: White, Band, Orchestra, All City High School Orchestra, All State Sectional High School Orchestra DIANE MERCER G.O. Member JACQUELYN MIRABELLA TC3ChCf,S Aide BENJAMIN MITCHELL Band 4, f 'ft . ffy, , ia, ,, 1 V 5? K 'WW r " Z' ,f,., ,. H, jg, PHILIP MERJIAN Teachers Aide, Service League Rep. FREDDA MERZON Forum, Polio, Gargoyle, Board of Elections. Teacher's Aide JAMES MILLARD G.O. Member RI-IODA MILLER Silver-Blue, Teachers Aide DOLORES MIMMS Senior Chorus, junior Orchestra, League Repi, Board of Elections CAROL MINARIK GO. Member DONALD MINTHORN Teachers Aide, Latin Tutor, Patrol CARL MINTZ GO. Member ARRA MOLLER Teachers Aide, Junior Chorus LUCILLE MONTALTO G.O. Member R . tg 5 A My fi yi , 2 S-6 A cat, 7 .1 , , C ff ,Aff af ,., 447 f w.,'ya'f, :.f,: M , Y, ,f , .. I , 1 f x 'fi' X! V2 326: vw ...gn 'C' PAULA MESSINA Arista, Teacher's Aide, Biology Tutor DAVID METZ Board of Elections, Band, Orchestra, Teachers Aide, Spanish Tutor u ,vig .fel f 1 F if,- f A f ' ' ' if ,.,..,, I I ' - i w r, is f- f E .V-7 'li "" J me A , f 1 ee. 1 if F7 ,f , 'N xr ' 'v A 'Mun RALPH MONTANUS G.O. Member ANGELA MONTELEONE Teachers Aide, Junior Chorus Qi ' of ji 4' f , " 1 I ' I A t K 2 I Y ne, , f - ,5 if , 'W 'wi 5 We 4 e ' ' I 1 . KZ? i I Q- ,fax 'Aw-'SQA I 4 .I , ,f 71,6581 VY ?" 3 2.1 FRANK J. MORDENTE Bcarcl of Elections, Teachers Aide, Physics Tutor, G.O. Rep., Service League Rep. STEVEN MORETTI G.O. Member MORTON NEUFELD Teacher's Aide, Football Team, Track Team BARBARA NEWBORN Arista, Teachers Aide 75 -J? pdl 4-WSW ,- , ffl! C-?l'? , 7" Q '1.' : 1. - -. I , -wzift tal., A . 1.-.j-f' , .,'d.... .f ff' if ., M, 4, .. .A r Y. .A 4 5 f f , 44 4 ' 1 M K I if, , 4 A -4 me .' A. - DONALD MULLER G.O. Member LESLIE MULLER Board of Elections, Green 8: White, Orches- tra, Latin Tutor AUSTIN MORRISSEY Teachers Aitle JOSEPH MOTTOLA G.O. Member JANE MUNZER I Forum, Board of Elections, Silver-Blue, G.O. f. City ctrumri Rep., Teachers Aide 4' , i JOSEPH NAKELSKI AI' A Q kv r A' ' , G.O. Member J ' 'V 'FT' 'Z - 2' A 5 , fi, ' if is ,I I A PAUL NARo f , G.O. Member ,V ' i ' . FLORENCE NEGLIA .f J L-. ,QJZV Green 8: White, Teacher's Aide, White F, g' Q Ai,.f,i'1' G.O. Rep. 'A .IQ "til ' X 'x . ' A f ., JOHN NELSON G.O. Member DAVID NESBITT Silver-Blue, Track Team, Captain of Foot- bill Team, Captain of Basketball Team, Senior Chorus .5 vxl ROBERT NKBWICKI G.O. Member ROBERT NUREMBURG G.O. Rep., Service League Rep., Forum, Folio, Board of Elections HAROLD NIEMIS Green SL White GENEVIEVIZ NOVELLINO Arista, Teacher's Aitle fi 'MQ "'N ', af s..,,A 7 ' . M .Q A , Hi . f qi-v:.7f.f -: ' ' I l ,. X 1 -I 6 K -I iGz!f g E , f ' , ffl ii A f . . , X 1, U I 1 yu , K . ,-164- - , v, -5 " x.,...f 1 ,f EDWARD O'CONNOR G.O. Member PATRICIA OCONNOR Gargoyle, Teachers Aide. White E A mad -1 '- r wr 3 V 5, N 4 F 52 ' I , ,' V' 1 AN X , V 51 h I if 'fl A "7 1 W r f ,Ln ' Q., lm i I r i , ' , wi, ' 'wwf , M, M.. Z 4' Q I7 ,f 5 fa ff, Z ,.,. f.,, X? ' 4- ,v ',,yt"f'e ,. ,f f 1 ' if 1274 f wr ff, 44, Jef w 4, , M .' u ,f Q41 gig 242, A ' ,' ' 1, , .L f L ff -e - f Z f CARMEN PERIS Teacher's Aide, Tennis Club BARBARA PERKINS Teacher's Aide, Chorus 1 ,L 79" J . ,ff I l ,W ez.. .. , i rg M , s-um ' wi li, CHARLES OKUN Library Aide ,IEAN OLSEN GO. City Council Rep. PATRICIA PARDINI Teachers Aide, Bowling Club LYDIA PARIS GO. Member LUCILLE PASSANTE Teachers Aide ALICE PAULSEN Green 81 White, Cheering Squad, G.O. Rep., Treasurer of Senior Class CHARLES PEARSON Library Aide, G.O. Rep. PETER PELLEGRINO GO. Member MICHAEL PERRI G.O. Member EDWARD PERRY Library Aide ,fanny V , I QW , ,Hg M ff V by ff 5 . f .ra , , , . 9, .fv f 'Rag rf? "P-qf:'7 FRANCIS URTOLAINII 4 .Maxis ,R , x Green 8: White, Teachers Aide, Band, History Tutor PETER PAPPAS Handball Team, Library Aide, Patrol NILS PERSSON Track Team KENNETH PETERSEL G.O. Rep., Silver-Blue, Bowling Patrol, Service League Rep. Team, mi Q It """' 'lie AB, IE f , W , ,.,,,, , , , .,, ' , 5 V , . .V '- n , 1 www Q, K. Q ,, cm , f y A .f 5 eV a X ' , f 1 Q . , 0 I, . . Y -. .V ji JOHN PETTIT Patrol LOUIS PHILIPPE G.O. Member ,4 I V XX P C xx N 8' P 3 I X' X X XX X Q gc . 3 dei. i W 1 X mv X Xfbk X N c x , xgm X W .L em , ha' Aww, W 7 wee! nm, gm 4 , 4 e ,y K V , X K W4 awww We ,ma .7 ,f A i ' V .IL 75' ' I , 1 - I ,, 4,-. , 5- I f ., V M22 f ',,..,"' ' ' V A 2,2 ' .. i V, i V, i.f,4,....f 'Vu V ' 6 f , W H YA' f til' 2- I Y' ., r nu" I 'Zi HZZ WZ5- ff?a?1.. We ' . , yzf ,Zi ff I V 3721, Wig, "n. 2:5-4 Ur adaeearmi V JULIA QUINONES 94 G.O. City Council Rep., Volleyball Club, Badminton Club, Gym Service THOMAS RADENBERG Patrol, Teachers Aide A VVV, if - ,,. gi. 22?7 'TEE ASVV . 0w+fe if W M W WW f.V. 3 'W , if V ' E - V i - Til 5 ff! X -.W ' an . V E ""':' " ,, 1 "'V V, 2 v 1 "" ' :TV - K 2. 2?iff2:,9gV I x ill E31 HM! I if ,A f '- SUSAN PHILLIPS Teachers Aide, White F BARBARA PICCIANO Teacher's Aide BOYD PLATT G.O. Member JUDITH POLITZER Arista, Teacher's Aide, French Tutor VINCENT POLLINA G.O. Member BARBARA POVOLNY Teacher's Aide PHILIP PRESS jr, 256 Sr. Arista, Editor-in-chief of Gargoyle, Band, Silver-Blue, Circle F ROBERT PROVENZANO TCSCIIGIVS Aide W . K VCT VL vt-K 30:9 Aj Qpta 7 GAIL RADOM st Forum, G.O. Rep, Service League Rep., Silver-Blue IRA RADZIMINSKY Football Team, Track Team, Bowling Team ,JI aw: 'W- , V ROBERT PILOTTE 'lieachefs Aide DOROTHY PLANT Board of Elections, Green 84 White, Band, Teachefs Aide LYNNE RAFFERTY junior Arista. Head of Gargoyle Secretarial Stall, Teacher's Aide, White F STEPHEN RAHN G.O. Rep., Teacher's Aide , Qanqav V 4, A ',V, ,,, ' 14 p,. , r., V4 . ,-. V. 3' ,,,, T' .1 N- 41 xi, .J 4. ,fi V ' . time V141 4 f ,V , !d0f 1 Z X W f f 4 ,y7, , Q f , ff f W Z W 5 ZW I 7 1 ' 1 by 'M 4 1 ff uv! fx K ,G in 4 o-4x 1 ?' "1'.Z7 T 49 , N-,W NANCY RAPP Jr. Arista, Silver-Blue, Teacher's Aide. Chorus HELEN RAUCH Board of Elections, Silver-Blue, Cheering Squad, Teachers Aide, Circle E ,.,1 5' 5' ,f 1, .. 52 . 2' Z w, l N ,gf A 4 CAROL RAY Board of Elections, Silver'Blue, Teacher's Aide JOSEPH RAYMOND Ecotball Team, Track Team, Patrol X 4, ff SUSAN REARDON G.O. Member ARTHUR REGEL Green 84 White, Teacher's Aide, Bowling Team U' M R B JONATHON REGEL V. N ,AV xl 5 , fi Green St White, Teacher's Aide, Bowling -ZVAV 'VVAA . Y , fi? vxjeam ,, 1 ,,., f . ff f 67,9 ROLE REHBEIN ffd, G.O. Member X ,F 3F""' f QQ I 1 l Q f , A n 1 jf ,Ll lJoAN REILLY 'I' 1, Il ,"' Green ' White, Teacher's Aide, Bowling l he Q1 ' ' l ' L R x X Q Je , Service eague ep. ff' X ARY JANE RICCO , L ' , 1 Teacher's Aide , if ,R - T ,I "I R ' We S ML f ol 11" ,X i g l , ,Qpl X w - l EARL R ARDSON XX ff . ' Co- tain of Track Team gg , Q ' O' SALIND RIVERS A R A f"'? ' N L G.O. Member fi fg' W l ' iii ' 5 ,f' f if 'vu-A-e,,,,1'! gi' M, 'B -15254 5 . r "'l 7 : Qiifillef-,1fi. GEORGE RIZZO REGINA RODEWALD BETTY-JANE ROESCH G.O. Member Teachers Aide Teacher's Aide, Library Service JANET ROBERTSON DORIS ROE BARBARA ROMANELLI G.O. City Council Rep., Teacher's Aide Teaqhg-fs Aide G.O. Member fi Aill V f A i 'W 2 , ,if H N ..,, 1 2 'Qi 125 'hh I, 'f mtv Nlusgfwf' f x NORA ROOKS RITA ROSEN G.O. Member Gargoyle, Board of Elections, Silver-Blue, PETER ROSATO Teacher's Aide G.O. Member DEBORAH A. ROSENFELD Board of Elections, Teacher's Aide, Silver- Blue SANDRA ROSS Bowling Club, Library Service LINDA ROSSETTI G.O. Member ILIDE-ROSE ROSSO Board of Elections, Green 8: White, Junior 8: Senior Chorus, Teachers Aide CORALEE ROTH Green 64 White, Teacher'sqAide, Chorus - x ff Q f jr ,iff A I Q, Ziff! J Lf A 'ok ff? JK! ' if gflffi' W ' RONALD ROTH Library Service, Teacher's Aide SHEILA ROTHMAN G.O. Member my AV 'f rl A C B li! ,IJ l IEVA RUKS FANNIE ROYAL Girl Leader of Arista, Folio, Teacher's Aide, G.O. Member Chorus CAROL-ANN RUCK HELEN RULAND G.O. City Council Rep., Teacher's Aide Teachers Aide, Red Cross Worker f1'l -fzQ?Q ,,' f'?f2'1i?"v A 1" W' ' , ' 417' 'fer Q , ' r 'rv- .57 V :WW -:I 7' we I vw. 1 ,W 541 F? ' .c' 0 I 1 ff, BRUCE ROSENTI-IAL G.O. Member LYNN ROSS Board of Elections, Teacher's Aide, G.O. Rep., G.O. Rallies am., ,J -. .N ,f ' - V? ,f I . I SNS if N 5 gn vw L ., A A FRANCES RUSSO Newman Club XVILLA SACK Setretary of G.O., Student Tribunal, Forum, Folio, Silver4Blue ,cn Y W p Q I I if- A53 A full, lf "' if ,Ax e X"-r SZ " if . K 3.5, 75 nf: Q l55? f,T','e HQ: -71 ' 11 . al- n- 'ii 47 91 6 H lgiji-1 'iz' 4, 1 3 jf 1 ' kf. ij., A, 5, ' 'fc Z, I .-47 , it , I,-5 , ..4. A .- gg ..,..., I, ,-- V I . , ,- Q ' , f K ff 5 -i -fmmm, , -Q fjzzgfa f, I 2 vfiwy 610 fl '.'2'2'..'1,'i."t"7?7 '. ,-2- 429- WW, Rf' 1 ff 4 A-1 ' ' ' ' ,-.-,-ffffffff? 11.1 P-:cr-. 4, ,. :Aff-22: ,j :L GASPER SALAMONE G.O. Member JANET SALERNO Teacher's Aide r 11 il 14.412 - 4 it 1 , A':7 f . 4- H' I I -W' 'E' 2 V E SANDRA SAZER Arista, Board of Elections, Silver-Blue Service League Rep., G.O. Rep. MARTIN SCHAMIS Board of Elections, Teacher's Aide 1 FRANCES SALZANO Teacher's Aide, Bowling Club, Senior Bc junior Chorus, Red Cross Rep. NEDDA SAMESS Silver-Blue, Teacher's Aide CAROL A. SAMPSON Gargoyle, Teacher's Aide, Green 81 White JESSE SAMUELS Chief-Justice of Student Tribunal, Chairman of Board of Elections, Silyer-Blue, Band, Gargofyk 1 Fw xJ.,I Q o 'f.fx"S' I' 'f J .9 ri Y n .J I' WILLIAM SANCI-IO Teacher's Aide GRETCHEN SANDFUCHS Green 84 White, Teacher's Aide N ,I VINCENT sANTo yy ' 'v Patrol IJAURA SANTOS VM s A S rvi L H, ep Green Mi., v teaglye' " e ' X ., W' Q o NSI lecti ,G.O. Rep. I . ' , L fr U A - L, iv Xl l I IX L Q5 FL' ELIZABETH SCHERING Board of Elections, Green Sc White, White E, junior Chorus, Service League Rep. BEVERLY SCI-IILL Arista, Board of Elections, Mathematics Tutor, Head of Gargoyle Business Staffl, Teacher's Aide PATRICK SAMMON Football Team, Track Team THERESA SAMPERI Teacher's Aide IRIS SCI-IILLER GO. Member JOHN SCHIPANO GO. Member mf? Ku IV' 1 Qs we Wav 'fa 4 'ff- f ""'-fi? -4-wa... ELLEN SCHLEIER Teachers Aide GARY A. SCHLIESSMAN Silver-Blue, Captain of Track Team f f ' " wus- . 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SQUASSONI Football Team if' ,Y V f X f 1 f V -N I' fig I fi ,if v f Q W f X ll " 4 Q, , , f l V I 1 I I ' rf' , f U, ARLYNE SILVERSTEIN Teachers Aide, History Chorus RONALD SLAVIN G.O. Member Tutor, HOWARD SMITH jr. Arista ROBERT SMITH Teacher's Aide, Football Team GLORIA SMOLAR G.O. Rep., Board of Elections, Teacher's Aide, Turkey Mt. Rep. BARBARA M. SORENSEN Library Service, junior Chorus JOYCE SPANGLET Board of Elections, Teacher's Aide THEODORE SPANOS Teacher's Aide, Patrol, Library Service, Lab. Service BARBARA SQUIRE Teucher's Aide, Folio JOAN M. STAUFFER Folio, Teacher's Aide Q n'uF ,ik Tri' 'mx X 1 CYNTHIA SMITH Junior Arista, Teacher's Aide, G.O. Rep. GINCIE SMITH G.O. 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' I nfwwyedkeff We , A fafwfaga. f. i 'V "" I' - , M1 U , , jg . . ' M ' 4 1 V Q Rf gg 'Van ,J 4,24 1 W eat an 24 , ,,f X 1 Z I 'Q Q l -fi, f W 41 f ev 2,2 i.fL ,1:ca JAMES SURMANEK i G.O. Member ELEANOR SUTERA G.O. Member f 1 fs' fl wi, s ,M I CAM fc ffm "X ,ga L ff Qi 0 , iii? NORMA TRIOLO Teachers Aide ALICE TURNER Teacher's White F 155 2 I ikx ggi f rw, 'QF' Q Y if fl Til. 4 . 'W-. fa I ' , I V an P if 1 I fx ,. - . HQ .1324 A fb V115 s E x 8 x 12 ' L 2 , "'W , JOSEPH TURNER GO. Member ALAN TUROF Band, Teacheris Aide, Geometry .Sc Biology Tutor, Library Service f ,, . fm wa: ' ,, .V ,. Q -1 4 3 K 'Q -ew , 1 S' 9 dv- gf Q 1 .eff 3 Us , r 5 , A "V J,'f,"?f', 'T V LK, yi, e We-rxz g ,zz 'W pri l .V ' 'ivfvl m"f.MJ A . "" y""" ,sky 1. , 'J - , ' , ' ' . ' V , I " ' . yv ., K f 961 Q' fy , ., , . .M 7 ' 1, f I ' ,af-' f- :K 5 f -f - . . . f 2 l - , 55 is if 2 QI, r Q 4 1 J ff l f 5: l ff .fa : - " 'V I . ., 1 ,f K f 1 ,f .M ff f f , , ly fairy. 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