Forest Hills High School - Forester Yearbook (Forest Hills, NY)
- Class of 1952
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LEO R. R
LEG R. RY
December 4, 1951
In commencement exercises in all parts of the
country seniors in high school will be traditionally
receiving from principals and invited guests advice and
counsel upon the completion of a major part of their formal
The members of this class are to be congratulated
upon a splendid record of scholarship and service to the
school. Your success in these characteristics reflects the
fine type of character training most of you have had from
your parents. As one federal judge put it, NThe child is
the gift of Godg the citizen, good or bad, is the gift to
society from the parents.n
In facing the problems that confront you as a
young citizen, may you never compromise with Truth, may you
ever defend Justice from the doers of evil, may you always
possess Charity in your relationships with people about you
To the world of the future, in which reason and understanding are
time basis for action, in which truth and justice are the key words to
success, in which ethical standards will have attained a new height
. . . to sucli a World, which We shall endeavor to serve to the highest
levels of our intellectual and moral capacity, We, the Class of Janu-
ary, 1952, dedicate this book.
FGREST HILLS HIGH SCHOOL
To THE CLASS OF JANUARY 1952:
Congratulations to you aII as you reach a miIestone,-high schooI grad-
uation. I thinIc it is justiIiaI3Ie pride when, on IJehaII of Forest I'IiIIs, AIumni,
I teII you that you are entering the adult world with more than a cIipI0ma.
You have just spent four of the happiest years of your Iives, Iout they are not
reaIIy gone. For you, and we, have heen so fortunate as to have grown up
in an exceptionaIIy fine scho0I. When most of the Iacts we have Iearned are
forgotten, there wiII remain memories, ideals, a way of Iife never quite to
It has hecome a tradition that every year, just before Christmas we gather
at schooI to renew oId friendships and acquaintances. There is aIways
dancing, and refreshments are served. We Iceep up with the activities of
our IeIIow graduates through the Alumni News. Membership dues in the
F.I'I.I'I.S. AIumni Association are 51.25 per year or 55.00 for Iife-time
membership. We hope you aII wiII join. Please send us personaI news items
for the HAIumni Newsu and inform us of change of address.
I want to thank those facuIty members who have so graciousIy aided our
Association, and who have heIpecI to maIce it the IriendIy active group it is
today. We are very grateful for the continuous heIp given to us Ivy Dr. Ryan,
Mr. DeIman and Miss FuIton.
We, who have aIreacIy crossed from this same graduation pIatform to
the stage of Iife, sincereIy wish you, the cIass of January 1952, good fortune
and happiness in the years ahead.
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"My salad days:
When I was green in judgments,
The first day at Forest Hiiis was a thriiiing experience, one which icept recurring
in our minds and hearts as we witnessed each succeeding group of freshmen. The
thought of going to high schooi had made us ieei aduit, but somehow, on that first
day, we couidn,t seem to achieve that air of poise and maturity which we had so
urgentiy hoped for. And how we envied the seniors with their jaunty hats and air
of superiority. They were so woridiyg they didnit worry about anecdotai cards, about
being iate to ciass, or about finding the proper classroom. And they weren't afraid
of marshals .... Nothing seemed to faze themi
But not even the many iittie fears which seized us couid taice away from the pride
and expectancy we feitg some day, oniy a iew short years away, we too would be big,
wise, wonderful seniors.
Perhaps that short iittie boy fthe one who could never find his way to class,
peering so seriousiy through his horn-rimmed giasses wouid be the vaiedictorian,
and when you received the first issue of the schooi paper, you vowed that some day
you wouid be on the "BeaconU staff, maybe even an editor.
Life was wonderful then: our tight iittie worids had now widened to inciude aii
of Forest Hiiis High School, and the vastness of it overwhelmed us.
We were enthusiastic about everything, and we went to work with a zeai. We
bought CLO. cards the very first day, and we were terribly proud when our section
was commended in assembly for having IOOWJ.
By the time we mastered the mysteries of the combination iocic and couid distin-
guish between the hot and cold iunch iines, we were about settied in our new home.
We had become friendly with our ciassmates, and some of us were beginning to
achieve reputations. AI Vviener, finding his gym ciass unstimuiating, sat on the iioor
and read a comic booic, 'consequently receiving from Mr. Howlett his first iecture on
the proper behavior of young gentiemen.
The teachers, too, were beginning to assume definite proportions for us. Mr. Vvigier
was the "mad chemistu who icnociced us out with his poisonous gas experiments in
General Science, And Mr. Mcindoe piagued us with Time magazine tests, when most
of us were just iearning to read the newspaperi
Aithough Play Production was as yet beyond our reach, when they announced
the presentations of You Can,t Take It With You and the Royal Family we bought
ticicets for the whoie famiiy. Enthusiastic audiences haiied these productions as
unsurpassed amateur performances.
One of the outstanding successes of the Forest Hiiis sociai season was the mem-
orable Junior Prom, the first of its icind to be held in our schooi. The gym was breath-
taicingiy ioveiy, decorated in a winter theme of muiti-coiored iights and snow Hakes.
Science was the subject of the most fascinating assembly of the year. A capacity
crowd watched with amazement the fantastic effects oi stroboscopic lights on objects
in motion in General Electricis Uiiouse of Nlagicu show. in another demonstration
clay was made to ioounce, and in still another, an electric train oheyed the commands
of the human voice. Although each demonstration was magic to our uneducated
minds, we were told that a fundamental principle of physics could easily explain
them. For some of us this was the beginning of an all-ahsorhing interest in science
and hopes oi some day entering the Vvestinghouse Science Talent Search.
ln lwlay of 1948, Forest Hills High School celebrated Field Day at Yanlcee Stadium
to see the Yankees triumph over the Athletics, 5-0. Approximately 5,000 lighthearted
students and forty or fifty harassed faculty memloers jammed the Sth Avenue suhway
to see this great sporting event, the proceeds oi which went to finance our own hase-
Qur freshman year also saw the puhlication oi two new texthoolcs hy memhers oi
our faculty. Tops on the hest seller list at Forest Hills were Nlr. Schwartzis Outline
Text in Biology, and A Studentys Handhooiq of Science hy lxlessrs. Gillary and
Udane. And Forest Hills swelled with pride when it learned that one of our students,
Barhara Xvollzf, had won first place in the Vvestinghouse Science Talent Search.
Before long, however, the end ofthe term came, and we felt much older and wiser
as we loolied haclc over our first full year at Forest Hills High School.
nAnd friends received with thumps upon the hacleu
The first day of the Fehruary 1949 term saw us loaclc in school as juhilant sopho-
mores. Gone was the old stigma oi heing a freshman, and scorned, the popular con-
ception that as a sophomore you just Hsoifer more and more." Vve were at home in
Forest Hills, and confident in the lcnowledge that we were one year closer to the
fulfillment of our cherished dream of heing seniors.
Socially, we enjoyed a magnificent year. The Junior Prom was again held in the
decorated gym, and the many Forest Hills couples in iormal dress presented a
charming sight as they danced to the rhythms oi Vvalter. The girls received Revlon
cosmetics. and their escorts. houtonnieres. Refreshments included an enormous calce
with a prominent "2" on it four second Junior prom, , placed in lront oi a resplendent
doll seated in a high chair. That evening will he long rememhered hy Hillites.
To celehrate Halloween, the G.O. presented a Black Magic dance. The ioest adver-
tising minds oi the G.O. concocted a splendid stunt lor that oneg as we entered the
school early one morning, we were greeted hy a horrihle witch hopping around on a
hroomsticlc to the accompaniment of hanging spoons and cat calls. ln addition,
announcements oi the dance were printed on the hlaclchoards in six dillierent lan-
guages. No one had an excuse to stay away from that allfairl
Faces oi Forest Hills students hecame well lcnown throughout the 'country that
year. Ken lxfleierdierclcs, selected as the cutest hoy in the senior Vox Pop, was chosen
to appear on the cover of Coronet.
in Nlay there were more copies of Seventeen around school than texthoolcs, and
lor a very special reason. Twelve of our loveliest co-eds appeared on the cover of
that magazine. We always lmew the prettiest girls lived in Forest Hillsl
That year, a new organization was instituted, Junior Arista. Forty-seven people
were elected charter memhers, and Marcia Alper became the first Girl Leader.
Already our class was achieving distinction.
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But we were lcnown lor other things, too. Everyone heard of the hiology class in
which hir. Schwartz was attempting to show a film, and only alter twenty minutes
ol trantic fiddling with the machine, discovered that Al Wiener had forgotten to
put the plug ini
ln lourth term we had music again, and in true Forest Hills tradition, we sat quietly
as hir. Zarelco called out the seat numhers oi ahsentees '- A6, FS, JIO, etc., and then
waited for a smart-aleclc in the rear to shout out "Bingo"
That was the year a group ol European students came to America to visit, and our
Alma Mater played host to three ol' them. Will we ever forget Australian Peter,
whose charm and sparkling humor endeared him so completely to all ot us? And
the following term we were all thrilled hy the news that our own Ben Zelenlco had
won a ten weeli trip to England, all expenses paid hy the London Daily Mail.
ln the field of sports we achieved other outstanding successes. Cleveland High
School was the only school ahead ol us in the Queenshoro Soccer Championship,
and our fencing team, under the very ahle leadership of Mr. Ritchie, placed second
in the P.S.A.L. Eastern Tourney. But our outstanding accomplishment was the
winning of the Queens P.S.A.L. Tennis Championship for the third successive yearl
It seemed as il Forest Hills was always tops in every scholastic and extra-curricular
activity. Twenty-tive ol our students won State Scholarships. ln the held of science
we again triumphed when four of our contemporaries reached the Finals in the Xvest-
inghouse Science Talent Search, and others attained honorahle mention.
Play Production worlced hard to measure up to the excellence we attained in every
other activity we engaged in, and scored two outstanding successes. Remember Hit
the Deck with a cast of gohs and gals that included the finest talent of both students
and teachers? The whole school was singing Haiieiuiaii lor days, and Connie Titus
was nicknamed HLulu" from that day onward. in December Play Pro presented
Arsenic and Old Lace. Vvithout eltort we can visualize Teddy Brewster shrielcing
nchargefi as he galloped down the cellar stairs to continue excavating for the Pan-
ama Canal. And weire still wondering if Wir. Kerr ever summoned enough courage
to drinlc the hottie of elderherry wine which the cast presented to him alter the
All too soon came the end ot our second year at F.H.H.S. We viewed the future
with mixed emotions, for we were beginning to wonder it the distinction of heing
seniors could hegin to equal the lun of heing sophomores.
Hour pleasures and our oiisconients,
Are rounds hy which we may ascend."
Qur junior year at Forest Hills was comparatively uneventful. The grammar school
promotions on a yearly hasis caused a chronic laclc oi freshmen,-ra disaster for the
upper termers. Vve had finally hegun to assume that all-important Hsavoir-faire" -
at least we thought we had a hit ol the sophisticated poise we had longed for as
freshmen. As juniors we could hreathe a sigh of relief. We had overcome the first
prominent obstacles in our high school careers-regents. And we had come to
accept them as necessary evils which eventually confront every student in the state.
At least we weren't alone in our sutteringi
XZ l The teachers' salary difficulty during our fifth term caused a cessation of extra-
curricular activities, and atthough the hatts and ctassrooms were idie aiter 5:50, the
tactc ot ciuhs and evening programs made tor more activities during schoot hours.
The G.0. sponsored a taient show which was the sutoject ot a great deai ot discussion
among Hitiites. Xve had never reaiized how much unrecognized tatent there was in
our schoott Eddie Angardys Dixie Land Band hrought iusty cheers from the audience,
and hiay Fuer, the winner, thriited us with her rendition ot the Eiwarsaw Concertof'
Never to he outdone, Piay Pro carried on, staging severat untorgettahte one act
plays during assemtoiy programs, Their most enjoyaioie productions were The Ro-
mancers, and Dickens, Christmas Carol, which were presented with the ease and
perfection of a Broadway cast. As membership was now open to us tor Piay Pro and
the various honor societies, many red, totue, and goid huttons hegan appearing on
dress cottars and shirt iapeis, as did service pins and chevrons on the giris' age-oid
As the months ttew hy we found ourseives hurning the midnight oii, matting posters
and devising ingenious campaign methods for prospective G.0. oiiicers, most ot
whom were memhers of our junior ctass.
The hig sociat and athietic event oi the year was the hastcethatt game hetween the
New York Knictcerhocicers and the F.H.H.S. championship team of ,42-'45, it was
an exciting game throughout, with our aiumni victorioust At the end ot the iast
quarter the score was a ctose 67-65, and we cetehrated our triumph with an intormat
victory dance, prearranged hy the Parents' Association.
it was during these months that the Charleston was in fuii swing r-f titeratiy. in
the Health Ed ciasses and on the tines in the cafeteria, iemaie coupies coutd he seen
prancing ahout. How many speciats were mopped oft the ttoor in those days?
Those days were happy ones. We were iootcing forward to our senior year, when
we coutd waiii up the senior staircase without quatms, and tip the precious red,
yeitow, and htue hats cociciiy over one eye. But in the midst of the fun and anticipa-
tion of our tast year in high schoot came the reaiization that ati was not peacetut and
carefree in other parts of the wortd. As our summer vacation commenced so did
the Korean war, and the thought that many of our ctassmates might soon he forced
to uphotd the ideais ot democracy on foreign soii, was a frightening one, especiatty
atter hearing news of the drafting of eighteen year oids. The spontaneous shout ot
wiiatce coveri' hecame a familiar one, and tacutty memhers were at iast hecoming
familiar with parts of our anatomy other than our mindst This unfortunate 'crisis made
us acuteiy aware of the need of a wett educated youth in order to keep peace in a
worid, which, through misunderstanding, couid destroy itseti.
in many respects our junior year was an important one. As we enjoyed tife in high
schoot, as teen-agers atways wiit, we aiso matured and coutd give serious thought
to the wortdis prohtems. Stowty hut surety we metamorphosed from carefree adoies-
cents into thintcing adutts.
HOur youth we can have hut tortayg
We may always find time to grow otctf,
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in February, 1951, we entered the schoot tor our tast year r- hut as seventh termers.
As such, we enjoyed a very unstahie position. Not yet high enough to enjoy the visihte
signs ot seniordom, we refused to toe catted tower ctassmen. Consequently, we seized
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wore borrowed senior hats so we could stall: proudly up and down the famed marble
senior staircase. And in the caleteria we surrounded the senior tables, glancing
longingly at those coveted places.
Vve were grateful, then, that we had school to occupy our time. Several ol the
girls were brave enough to try and usurp AI Vvienerys position as the class Ubad
boy.H Sue Cylinder and Roberta Schiff began playing tic-tac-toe in Spanish class,
until one day the irate Mrs. Keyes ordered them both to lace Mr. Pred in the language
office. And Mr. Nlanheimer was the mean faculty member who invited Nlargaret
Hertzig to leave math class until "she could control herselif, But Margie fooled him,
she stayed out all period!
At last the day arrived for which we had waited so long, the day we entered the
sacred portals ot our Alma Mater as eighth termers i- full Hedged, titled, and, most
important, visible seniors. Vve sported senior hats at every ralcish angle, and peered
out of the corners of our eyes to malce sure we were duly admired.
But this newly acquired pride and conceit passed quiclcly. Much to our dismay
we saw school continuing as usual, and realized, with a bit of grumbling, that we,
too, would have to settle down.
Vvhat a hectic term that wasl ln addition to the regular academic curriculum, we
were constantly lcept busy raising money for senior dues and jewelry, filling out college
applications, discussing job possibilities with Mrs. De Farkas, running to the photog-
rapher for yearbook pictures, and straightening out various program difficulties.
Nlany of us were assuming responsibilities in school. Vvith extra-curricular activ-
ities resumed at last, Nat Soifer and lxflargaret Hertzig were elected to the managing
board of the Beacon, Phil Gray was editor of the Forester, and lwlarcia Alper and
Dick Mayer became the leaders of Arista.
Remember the buzz of excitement that circulated throughout the school when
senior averages were announced, and we discovered that Dick had attained the
highest average ever achieved by a Forest Hills senior? 98.11,-that was really
The final dramatic production we were able to see was a splendid presentation of
The Barretts of Wimpole Street, the love story of Elizabeth and Robert Browning.
A Hurry of excitement was caused by a small fire in Mrs. lVlcQuade,s car, and
Mr. Vvilson put on a fine display of Southern chivalry when he rushed to the chem
lab and struggled furiously with a stubborn fire extinguisher. Thanlcs to him, a major
catastrophe was averted.
And so passed Senior Day, with the usual array of clever costumes and Conga
lines. Only this time we were the uninhibited participants, instead of envious onlook-
ers. Many of the boys will remember Mr. Wilson for his active participation. He
insisted on depriving some of our mature and sophisticated friends of their trusty
Water pistols, only to malce use of them on inattentive members of his classes!
We couldnyt feel too gay, however, when regents weelc rolled around. This was the
final challenge and we were determined to meet it successfully.
As we donned our caps and gowns for graduation, the worries of marlcs and exams
were forgotten. Vve rejoiced in the completion of our high school careers, but we
couldnyt escape the feeling of sadness that tugged at our hearts. Former teachers and
classmates were viewed through tear-filled eyes, and we lcnew that "thoughts of
yesteryear, of days at Forest Hills" would live forever in our hearts.
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Fiore Bounce to time Qunce .....
Xviote Qpen Spaces ..,........
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tit Be Seeing You .............
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tim Late, tim Late ...........
til Get By ........,..,.
tsitlte Sir Echo ......,
Because ot Rain .......
Down Yoncter .....,...........,..
And So to Steep Again .......
Ntixect Emotions ..............
The Tiling .......
Too Young ........
Ntatce Believe ............
Nty t.itoerty Beit ..............
Bly Resistance is Lowa..
Cotct. Cold Heart .........
I Cnet ideas .................
Because .................... ......
Say it Qver Again ..,.,........
Smoke Gets in Your Eyes ....
penltrousc Serenacte ...........
pomp and Cireumstance ......
Stairway to Paradise ...,..
Xvoncter VVt1y? ......
Good News ..,... .
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H. sweater gifts
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.......,l00'MJ on time History Regents
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MISS FULTON MR. DELMAN
HEADS OF SCHOULS
MR. HABER MR. HERSCHEL MRS. MCCANNA
COLLEGE ADVISER GO. TREASURER GO. ADVISER
MR. BARTLETT MR. REILLY MR. CARTER
ADMISSIONS PROGRAM COMMITTEE
MRS. SUITERLIN NIR. HETHY NIR. UDANE
HILL SCHOOL PARK SCHOOL
NIRS. GREENFIELD MR. POLLACK MR. DRACH MISS FARLEY
VETERANS FOREST SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP
HRS. me FARKAS MRS. VAUGHAN FIR. FII-CONNELI. SIR. XYIGLER
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Steffi BIumenthaI Leonore Portugal
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Arthur IVIitcheII Judy Weiss
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Business WALLACE IVIANHEIIVIER
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Vtfe, the Graduating Ciass of Ianuary, 1952, now resicting in the ,QJ
N City and State of New York, being of sounci minci, and mindful of the si
uncertainty of life, hereby make, publish, and declare this to be our
Last Witt anci Testament.
To Nlr. Pred: An efficiency expert.
To Mr. Nianheimer: An inverted periscope that he may observe the
multitudes swarming below.
l To N1r.Ritci'1ie: A swivel-eyed dog.
To iVIrs. Keyes: A Zero stalnper.
To Brother ixficincioez A student who can get a ninety-five.
To Mr. Carter: A course in penmansilip.
A, To Fir. Niontgomery: A megapiione.
To Miss Engieharcit: A years supply of her own candy.
To Wir. Hurley: A course at Arthur Nlurray.
To General Tuzza: A Napoleon i1at and a platinum Ioacige.
To Dr. Brown: A driving course in ten easy lessons.
To Niiss Stedman: An automatic winciow opener.
RN To tile cafeteria: Chairs.
E To the Freshmen: The air of confidence habitually worn by time Senior
' Class of January, 1952.
'Wx To the school: A teaciier who isn't a substitute.
In witness whereof We have hereunto subscribed our name and
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affixed our seal to this our Lust Will anci Testament, this twenty-ninth
' day of Ianuary, 1952.
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ADISSI, ELAINE MARIE
Forest Ottice Secretary: Section Secre-
tary: All-ritorious Service Awarcl: New-
man Clulw: Regents Typing Committee.
ALBERT, SHEILA R.
Park .lunior Representative: Englislr
Otrice Aide: Clreering Section: G.O.
Office Aide: Honor Roll.
ALEXANDER, ROBERT M., JR,
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for Baslcetlvallz Baslcetloall lntramurals:
Nlinor Letter for Traclc.
Twice Girl Leacler of Senior Arista
ancl .lunior Arista: Secretary, History
Honor Society: Nlatli, Scienre Honor
Society: Forest Sclwol Senior Repre-
sentative: lvlatlr. Team.
Volleylwallq Baslietlaallg Girls' Emer-
gency Room Aicle: Attendance Olllliee
Aide: Aclministrative Office Airle,
ABIINOFF, SHEILA ESTHER
Forest Office Aide: Englisli Boolc Room
Aide: Classrooms Aicle.
ANGARD, EDXVIN HOVVARD
Gold Service pin: lntramural Basliet-
luall Award: ylajor and lvlinor Letter
tor Banfl: Swimming Team,
ANGELOS, NVILLIANI JOHN
Varsity Soccer: Tracli lntrnmurals: Bas-
lietlnallg P.S.A,L. Awarcl.
APPEL, NIARLENE BEVERLY
ARCURI. PAULA NINA
.lunior Arista: History Honor Society!
Secretary, Treasurerls Olticeg Prololems
of Democracy Class: Flanager, Fencing
ARON, FLORENCE ROSE
AUER, PAUL IVAN
Service in Otlrer Higlm Solrool.
BELLLJSCI, GLORIA AI.
Park Oll-ice Aide: CLO. Representative:
Volloylmull Clulo: Arista.
NlElfSllill Squilll: fxvvarfl.
BERNHARD, LESLIE D.
Service Olqliceg Lilorary Squarl: CLO.
Play Procluction: P.S,A.L. Awarfls:
lniramural Awarcl: Englisll Olzlzicc Aiclc.
BEYERS. ROBERT JOSEPH
BIRK. CLARE S,
Associate Beacon Editor: Literary Eclis
Tor, Forest Leaves: Language Honor
Hill Oll-ite Aicle: Orchestra: Language
fylico Aicle: Softball Clulvg Vnllcylmll
BLUBIENTHAL, STEFFI SUSAN
Home Economics Aicle: General Oll-icc
Aicle: Ollice Aiclc lGermanl,
BRANDEIZ, MARILYN BARBARA
Arista: Beacon stall,
BROVV N, RENEE
Service in Anotluer High SCll0llL
CALLAHAN, WILLIAM J.
Captains' Corps: P.S.A.L. Awards.
CARRANO, SAUNDRA JOAN
Meritorious Service Certificate: Program
Olzlzice Airle: Library Squacl: Attend-
ance Olllice Aide.
CHU. CONSTANCE BAO-IIXVA
Recent arrival from Clminag outstamling
worlc in ylusic ancl Art.
COHEN, SHEILA LAURA
Hill dolllice Aicte: Sergeant, Marshal
Captains' Corps: Swimming Team:
P.S,A.L. Awarcl: Squacl Awarcl.
CORBETT, GLORIA YVONNE
Costume Clutn: Soltloall: Volleylnall.
Arista: Language Honor Society: Sen-
ior Council: Forester Stall: Pliysical
Science Department Aicle.
D'AMlCO, THOMASINA ROSE
Attenclance Aide: lvlodel tor
Clotliing and Fasliion Classes.
lntramurals: Captains' Corps: Senior
Band and Orcliestra: P.S.A.L. Awards.
DESHAZO, NORMAN P.
lvluseum Squacl: 0.0. Councilman:
lvlarslial Squad: Intramurals.
DeVOTl. VVALLACE JAMES
Varsity Soccer: Designer ol Senior But-
ton: lntramural Baslcetlaall:
Awarcls: Silver, Bronze: Captains
DOMPH, NOEL E.
Service in Another Higll Scllool.
DONNELLY, SALLY JANE
DREVV, DOROTHY MARY
Art Ollice Aicle: Baclrninton Clulv:
DREXV, FRED JOHN
Vice-Presiclent, Senior Class: Play Prof
cluction, Stage Crew: Band: Excep-
tional Service Award.
lvlarslial Squacl: Captains' Corps: Sen-
ior Bancl: G.O, Councilman: Scrvile
EHRLICH, SHELDON J.
Varsity Track Team: P.S.A.L. Awards:
lntramural Awards: Glficer, lvlarslial
EYRING, JANET M.
Health Ed. Club: Chorus: Art Clula:
ylrglrslial Squad: Aclrninistration Ollicc
FERRAND, LORRAINE ALMA
Orcliestra: Attendance Office Aicle,
FINHOLM, CAROLYN MAY
Junior and Senior Arista: Parlc Ollicc
Aide: Service Pin Award: Regents
Engineering Clula: Plrotograpliy Club:
Beacon: Program Cmninittee: Excep-
tional Service Award.
Heallli Service Squad: Attendance Ol-
liice Aide: Hill Office Aicle: lvlatlie-
IAN UARY 1952
FISHER, ALFRED JAMES
Marshal Squad: Orcliestraz Play Pro-
ELUHR, SHEILA D.
lvlatli. Office Aide: Service also in
Anotlier Higl1 Scliool.
lVlarsl1al Squad: Squad Award: Service
FREEMAN, ELLIOT JOEL
Service also in Anolller School: Play
Produciion: Marshal Squad.
FREILICH. JOSEPH DAVID
FUSCO, THOMAS ANTHONY
Squad Awards: lntramurals: Newman
GALYON, REECE r
Play Production. Stage Manager: Ex-
ceptional Service Award.
GENTILE, NICK L.
Play Production: lillotograpliy Clulo.
Academy ol Dramatic Arts.
GOLD, BIICHAEL SHELDON
Captains' Corps: P.S.A.L. Awards,
GOLDBERC. HELEN S.
Senior Clmrus: Switclllaoarcl Operator:
Ivlatlm Certilifatv: Exceptional Service
Awarrl: .lunior Banfl.
GOLDBERG. IVIORTINIER M.
Captain, Ivlarslial Squacl: History Office
Aicle: Gold Service Pin: P.S.A.L..
GOLDNIAN, BERNICE S.
Secretary, Art Oli-ice: Secretary, Stucly
Hall: Baslcctlyall Clula.
GOLDSTEIN, SANIUEL IVIELVYN
Tracli Varsity: Soccer Varsity: Service
Certilicate: P.S.A.I.., Baclgc: Traclc ln-
GOLLON, JEANNE L.
Boys' Healtlm ELI. Olllirc Ainle: Art Ol-
GORDON, BIELVIN J.
Tl?HIllS I-LOGIN: Tracli TCHIIIQ
GOTSCHLICH, EFIIL CLAUS
GO'I'l'LlliB, CHESTER XVALTER
P.S.A.l.. Awarcls: Forester Stall: lvlatlu.
Certiliratvz Ivlarslialz Section President.
GRABENSTEIN, DANIEL E.
Senior Bancl ancl Orcllestraz Honor Or-
cliestrap Swimming Team: Arista: Serv-
GRAVE. FRANK A.
AWHTCIQ Senior Section TFCKIS'
llfefi I-lwfilfli AWHYJ.
C-RAY. PHILIP D.
Eclitor-in-Clniel, rl-lie Forester: Senior
Representative, Hill Sclloolz Arista:
Vice-Presirlent, IVIatl1.-Science Honor
Society: President, Engineering Cluln.
G.O. I:rc-slnnan Representative: Cutting
Squaclc Switelilboarcl Operator: Excep-
tional Se-rvire Awarcl: Aclininistrativc
GROSS, LLOYD RONALD
Nlarslial Squaalg P.S.A,L, Awards: ln-
HABER, BARBARA LEE
l'lealil1 Ecl. Squaclg Play Procluctiong
Forest Leaves Art Stal-ig Ark Staff ol
Alienflance Oliliice Aiole.
HEIBERGER, META CAROLE
Healil1 Servire Squacl: Hill Office
Aicle: Art Ol-lice Aide: lniramural Vol-
leylaallg Intramural Tennis.
HEINTZ. JOAN ANN
Clwrusg Clieering Section: Hill Sclioul
HERTZIG, MARGARET EVA
lunior ancl Senior Arisiag Social Stuclies
Honor Society: Secreiary, Senior Clnssg
Service Pin: Supervising Ecliior, Beacon.
HOLTZ, RICHARD ARNOLD
Senior Band. Cliorusg Swimming Team:
Program Office Aifle.
Airle. Forest Olliiceg Forester Siallig
l3.S.A.l... Awarrlsg lnirainurals Awarmlg
Nlarslml Squacl: Swimming Team,
H UGHES, ANTHONY DAVID
HUGHES, JOAN FRANCES
Secretary, Seclionq Parlc Oliliice Aiflcz
.lunior Arista: Newman Club: Regenls
ISLER, SUE H.
Service in Anotller Higlr Scllool.
JACOBS, PAUL DAVID
Slucly Hall Aideg servecl also in An-
otlier Higlr Sclxool.
JOHNSON. JOYCE A.
Senior Band: Section Secretary: Basket-
ball Clutm: Volleyluall ClulJ: Program
KAHAN, JUDITH ELLEN
Language Oli-ice Aide: Attendance Of-
fice Aide: Cutting Office Aisle: Art
Junior Arista: President, Senior Sec-
tion: Service Pin: Forester Staff.
Junior Arista: Senior Orcliestrag Cro.
Councilman: L:-aclers' Clulb Secretary.
KAPLAN, GLADYS PERA
Hill Oil-ice Aicle: History Office Aide:
General Oli-ire Aicle.
KASKAXVITS. MARVIN MARK
Play Procluction, Assistant Stage lvlan-
agerg Exceptional Service Awarci.
KATZ, HARVEY I.
Captains' Corps: J.V. Baslcellmall: ln-
KELLIVIAN, ARLYNE HARRIET
Arista: Forest Ollice Aicle.
KING, ALAN EDVVARD
Service Squacl: Service Awarcl: Bowl-
ing Team: Science Awarci: P.S.A.I..
KITRA, CHRIS I".
Attenflance Office Aide: Class Secre-
tary: Cv.O. Councilman: Senior Cvlce
KLEIN, ARLENE RUTH
Nlarslmal Squad: Volleyball Clulu.
KLINTBERG, RUTH L.
Program Office Aicle: He-altli Aiflv:
Nlarslial Squad: General Office Aiclc.
KOENIG, JEAN PHYLLIS
Attenclance Qliiicc Aicle.
Service in Anotlier Higll Scliool.
Senior Band: Hebrew Club: Assistant
Art Eclitor, Forester,
LAZAR, DORIS S.
liorest Oliice Aide: Englisli Office
Airle: Attendance Ollice Aicie.
LEAVENNVORTH, VVILLIAFI M.
Forester Stall: Business Eciitor, Forest
Leaves: G.O. Sales Committee: Junior
Arista: Service Pin.
LEDERMAN, GLENDA B.
Administrative Office Aicle: Nleritorious
Service Awarcl: General Office Aide:
LESCHACK, LEONARD A.
Camera Clullz Healtli Service Aide:
Auziio-Visual Squncl: Secretary, Engi-
Service in Anotlier Higli Scliool.
LEVINE, ROZELLE S.
Exceptional Service Certificate: Cllorusz
Senior Day Committee: Dramatic Clulw.
LEVY, CHARLES BURTON
Nlarslial Squad: P.S.A.L. Awarcls.
LEVY, JOEL NORMAN
Senior Band: Senior Orcliestra: Honor
Orcliestra: P.S.A.L. Awarci.
Social Studies Honor Society: Solitlrall
Cluln: Frencll Certificate: Ativancerl
LIEBERIVIAN, MIRIANI RITA
Senior Council: Treasurer, Senior Sec-
tion: History Office Aicle.
LINDER, JOAN TOBY
Attendance Airle: General Office Aicle:
Attendance Olltice Aicie: Class Secre-
tary: Junior Arista: Nleritorious Service
Certificate: G.O. Councilman.
Senior Band: Senior Orcl1estra: Honor
Alarslial Squad: Program Committee.
.l.V. Baslcetluall: Prom Chairman: Sen-
ior Representative, Park Sclwol: Play
Production: Dance Chairman, G.O.
LOPATE, JOEL L.
Basketball Intramurals: Nlarsllal Squad.
Volleyball Clula: Science Clulu: Volley-
LYN N E, HARVEY ALLEN
P.S.A.L, Awards: Squad Awarnls: Fore
MARCUS, JANET C.
History Office Aide.
Arista: CLO. Sales Committee: Lan-
guage Honor Society: Junior Arista:
IVIAURER, DORIS E.
Cafeteria Marslral: General Ollice
Aide: Healtll Ed. Office Aicle.
NIAYER, RICHARD LUDXVIG
Associate Editor, Forester: Boy Leaclcr,
Senior Arista: Play Production: lVlatl1.-
Science Honor Society: Social Stuclies
ancl Language Honor Society.
MeCARTHY, JANETTE C.
Softball Club: Volleylzmall Club: Span-
islr Cluln: Attendance Olzllice Aisle: Art
IVIEEDER, CHARLES EDXVIN
Track Intramurals: Varsity Baslcetluallz
lVlarsl1al Squaol: Swimming 'I-cam:
Varsity Soccer rlleam.
MERGET, GERALDINE ROSE
Englislr Office Secretary: Volleylmll
Clulw: Badminton Clulag Intramurals.
KIETZGER, ISRIGITIE I.
Rvcenlly nrrivr-fl lirom Frame
N IEYER. .IACQUELYN
Lvmlers' Clnlm: Volleylmll Cluln: Soli-
NIEYERSON, CARL Nl.
Sqllild lHll'ilIllllI'illSC AVVEITCISC
lvllill'SlIill Sllllillli SCIIIOI' BFIHKII TFBCIC
Clnorus: Progrmn Office Aimlc: Play
Prozluclion: General Office Airle: Sen-
ior Day Cl0IlIlIlilil'f'.
MIELE, MARILYN C.
Leaders' Club: Service Pin: Presiclenl,
Newman Clulw: Prcsiclf-nl, Leaders'
BIILLARD. JOYCE MARILYN
Culling Office Aicle: Treasurefs Ollicre
Airle: Science Ollice Aicle: Hostess,
Alumni Dum-vg Clmrus.
MILLER, IIARRIET ROSLYN
Culling Ollirr- Aicle: Progmm Office
IANUARY 1952. -
MILLER. MARILYN If.
Clmrusg Allenrlnncc Oll4i4,r- Airle: Sec-
rc-Inry, lsuresl Office: RUEECIIIS TYPIIIS
BIl'l'CHEI,l., ARTHI 'R IIOXVARD
Squacl Awnrcls: Oil Painting Clulw: For
esler Ari Skull.
Auclio-Visual Squacl: Volleyllall Cluliz
lvlalli. Ollifc Aiclc: Altenclimce Ollisc
MOI-IRBIAN, MILES FREDERICK
Sound Crew: Engineering Club: Ama-
teur Rarlio Clulog Shop Squacl: Biology
NIOREHOUSE. SUE I.,
Art Awarcl, Tliircl Prize: Alhmclnrire
OIl:l:lffC Aiclv: Volleylmll Cluln: Solllmll
NIORRIS. MARIA JULIE
English Honor Class: Health Servin-
Squacl: Volleyball lnlrrnnuralsg Dm-
maiicsz Plny Prorludion.
Treasurer, Senior Class: llresiclenl, Slu-
zlent Conductor, Senior Band: G.O.
Council: All-City Orclleslm imcl Senior
Orclreslruz Service Pin.
BIOSKONVITZ, JOYCE C. '
Junior Arista: Social Stuclies Ollice
Aiclez Forest Ollicc Aide: Cliorus: AI-
lcnclance OPI-ice Aicle.
BIUSACHIO, NICHOLAS J.
Captains' Corps: lvlarslial Squacl.
NASH, PAULA S.
Senior Council: G.O. Councilman:
Aclveriising Stall, Beacon: Slall, For-
ester: Senior Day Commiiiee.
PADDI, CAROLE ROSE
Treasurer, Senior Seclion: Newman
Volleyball Club: Clleering Section:
Baslcetlnall Club: Play Procluclionz For-
Arista: Engineering Clula: Vice-Presb
cleni, lwlarslxal Squuclg I'IigI1 Honor Roll
PINE, CONNIE S.
Clieerleaclerz Senior Section Caplaing
Culling Ollliice Aicle: General Ollife
PLATT, RUTH J.
Bancl: CLO. Councilman: Presicleni,
Seciion lor Iluee terms.
PLESSER, THOMAS F.
P.S.A.L. Awarclsg Captains' Corps:
POLLACK. RICHARD IVIYRON
Advanced Nlath. Class.
Nlarsllal Squaclz Program Commiilee.
Senior Arista: President, Language
Honor Society: Forester Staff: Social
Studies Honor Society: Biology Lalnora-
PORTUGAL. LEONORE BELLE
Principals Office Aide: Cutting Office
Aide: Volleyball Club: Softball Club:
Forester Art Staff.
S6Cretary, Study Hall: Attendance Ol-
fice Aide: lVlusic Office Aide: Cllorus,
RABINOVVITZ, EILEEN P.
RADZYNER. HARRY LAVVRENCE
lVlatl1. Certificate: Advanced lVlatl1.
Class: Nlatli, Team: lntromorol Soccer
RARES, JOSEPH VV.
IAN UARY 1952
RAYMOND. GLORIA DANVN
Softlaall Clulo: Volleyball Club: At-
tendance Staff: Study Hall Staff: ln-
RICHTER, BARBARA J.
Volleylaall Cluloz Softloall ClulJ: lntra-
murals: lxfluseurn Staff: lntramural
RIVKIN, DAVID JOEL
Dawn Patrol: Cafeteria M8FSllBl2 Hall
Nlarslral: Engineering Clulag Camera
President, Senior Class: Captain, Mar-
slmal Squad: .lunior Arista: Nlatll. Honor
Award: Service Pin.
RONDINELLI, CAROLE SUSAN
Softlaall Team: Hostess: lntramural
Award: Emergency Room Staff.
Attendance Office Aide: Girls' Clsiorus:
Forest Qffice Aide: Cutting Office
Aide: Service Pin.
ROSENBLUME, ELLEN B.
Attendance Office Aide: Music Office
RUSNER, BERNARD CHARLES
Swimming Team: Qur-1-ns Sympluonic
Language Honor Snriotyg Senior Or-
aliestmp Exceptional Sm-rvim Ccrtilicatcg
R O L"l'I'ENBERG, RUTH
Vice-Prvsiclent. Language Honor Soci-
r-tyg Social Studies Honor Society: Sen-
ior Coumilg Associate Frlitor, Forester:
Rl,3l5lfNS'l'ElN. PAULETFE M.
Sr-rrvtury, ,lunior Dramatic Clulig Aitlr-,
Olliu- ol Arlministraliw- Assistant,
Rl THIN, Ll-IONA
SOi'lTf'l" Y-FCZHUQ TIHCIC TCillllI CHlllHlllS.
KYUFIISI l,.S.A.L. AWilFIlSZ FOUN-
RUSSELL, ETHEL MAY
Leaclc-rs' Clulnz Beacon Stall: Attffnrl
ance Ollice Aiclc: lvlnrslial Squml
Healtli Eml, Service Squnrl.
Outstamling worlc in Art.
RUTA, NASCHA M.
ljrom Los Angeles Higli Scllool: For- i
ester Stall. 1
SARAN'l'lS, PETER A.
Captain, Marshal Squacl: l'nrli Ollicc
Councilman: Council Ste-4-ring twljllllllll'
teeg Forvst Leaves Stall: G.O. Salcg
Committvvg Alf-ritorious Svrvirr- Awarfl.
SAXON. JERRY VVARREN
Service Ping lJ.S.A.l... Awnrclsg lntra-
mural Squacl Awarclsg lvlailing Ylan-
agor. ljrmlcll flnwrifun Stuzlvnt,
Cliecring Section: yleritorious Service
Awarclg P.S.A.L. Atllletic Award:
Aide, Attf-ndunce Ollice: Cutting Office
SCHIFF, ROBERTA F,
cIllZlIIIl'IHl'l, Senior Day: Stall, Forester:
Ijlay Profluctionz Senior Arista: Lan-
guage I'Ionor Society.
SCHLACHTER, BERNICE R.
SCHXVARTZ, ARLENE RHODA
SIBNER, ROBERT JULES
Presiclent, Nlatlr.-Science Honor Soci-
etyg Regional Award, American Maths'
niatical Association Contest: Swimming
'Iac-am: Arista: Iwatli, Vluearn.
Play Production: Baslcetldall Intramu-
rals: Class League Awarcl.
SILVERSTEIN. SHELDON S.
lgilllfli IXIIRTSIIGI Sqllild.
Did Ilre First Iiall ol Irer Iriglr sclrool
worli in Ilminas ,Ie-Ilerson in Brooklyn:
Ilas folnpleterl Irigll srllool work in 5V2
SMITH. ALFRED IVI.
NIHISIIHI Squad: Forester Staff.
Nlarslral Squad: Fencing Team
SOCOL. STEPHEN H.
Captains' Corps: 5IatI1. Certificate.
lVIanaging Board, Beacon: Senior Arista:
Language Honor Society: Forester Ass
sociate Eclitor: 1:11-'IICII-fxlYl9I'ICClIl Stu-
SOLOSKO, DIANE R.
G.O, Councilman: Girls' I'IeaItI1 EQI.
Service Squaclg Drarnaticsg .Iournalisrng
Certificate lor Nleritorious Service.
IVIarsI1aI Squarlz Swimming Teamg
STEINBERC-, 'l'llELlN'lA T.
Attendance Oli-ice Aideg Art Ol-lice
Aide: Baclniinton Club! Volleyball
Clulxg Clicering Section.
STRAUSS, ALFRED RENE
Fencing Squnclg Souncl Squaclg Biology
Laboratory, D1ilFSllEll Squad.
STROHMAYER, ALFRED R.
Nlarslial Squurlg Forest Ollice Aiclcg
SUGAR, LUCY S.
Cliorusz Arlministrative Oliice Aicleg
Hill Office Aifle: Cinema Procluctions:
SULLIVAN, MARGARET MARY
Newman Clulv: Tennis ClulJ.
SUTTON, GERHARD L,
Cinema ljrocluctiong Auclio - Visual
Squaclg Engineering Clulag lntramurals.
Volleylwall Clulog Science Cluln: Clio-
rusg Exceptional Service Certificate.
Aristag Cliemistry Laboratory Squad:
Biology Laboratory Squad: l'lelarcw
Culture Clulmg Volleyball Clula.
Captain, Clieerleaclersz Cl'l0fUSQ Service
Ping Junior Arista: Attenclance Oil-ice
THOMAS, CAROLINE LAVVLER
Service Pin: Cliorusg Nlarslrlal Squacli
Language Oil-ice Aiclc: Cutting Office
THOMPSON. ANNE E.
Recording Secretary, Senior Class:
Play Procluction: Cliorus: Service Cor-
tiliicateg Tennis Cluli.
TRAEG, VVALTER JOHN
Nluscum Squad: Blatliematics Certili-
cate: Attendance Certificates: P.S,A.L.
ylanager, Traclc rlleaniq President, Cver-
man Clulng Treasurer, Secretary, Nlar-
slial Squaclg Uslier Squad: Cliorus.
UPBIN, ETHEL R.
Play Production: English Ollice Aiclei
Park Office Aide: Service Certificate:
Lilirary Squad: President. Senior Sec-
tion: Service Pin: Cllorus.
.lunior Arista: Exceptional Service Cer-
tificate: ylatli. Certificates: Attenclance
Certiticateg Arista Tutoring.
Language Honor Society: Presiclent,
Spanisli Club: Varsity ancl Intramural
Service in Anotlier Higli Sclloolz Clotli-
ing Class Treasurer.
Nlarslral Squacl: Intramurals: Silver
Treasurefs Office Aiclc: Honor Cer-
tificates: Forester Art Stall,
VVEITZNIAN, MARILYN NORMA
Prolilerns ol Democracy Class,
lVIarsl1al Squacl: Intramurals: P.S.A,L.
Squad Awards: Baslcetlnallg Intramu-
VVERNER, HARRIET SUE
Aolministrative Ollice Aicle.
XVERTHEIIVI, LENORE GLORIA
Secretary, History Office: Junior Arista:
bervice in Otlicr Higli School.
Biology Laixoratory Squntt: Orchestra:
Junior Arista: Senior Arista.
XVHITE, EDXVARD J.
Senior Grctrestra: Harsiiat Squart.
Biology Laboratory Squuci: intramural
Awards: Awami: Associate
Eciitor, Forester: Certificate ot Ficrito-
Liiirary Squad: Junior Orchestra: He-
iwrew Club: Bilf,lITlil1tUll Club: Junior
XYILSON, BARBARA GLADYS
Ctievring Squad: Chorus.
Art Qftire Secretary: Girls' Hvnitir Ed.
fjifire Serrctary: Voiivyimii Ciuio.
Re-rc-nt arrival from China: nutstanciing
work in Air-xiii, and Scif-nrc
ZUCKER, ELI NT.
Program Committee: iVToTwiTc- Ampiificr
ggdffffi lf'0l0 QC
As my helicopter landed on the aerostrip ahove the 1970 Vvorldis Fair, l
tooli my trusty pad and pencil from my purse, preparing to cover my new
assignment tor the cityis most cosmopolitan newspaper, The New York
Almost directly in lront ol me was the impressive Building of Science,
which l entered with thousands ol other curious visitors. No sooner had i
passed through the swinging doors than t noticed Dick hlayer, lecturing to
a lascinated audience. l managed to squeeze through the crowd until I was
hut a iew inches from my former high school colleague. I extended my hand,
which he grasped. saying to the audience, Hljlease ohserve. when l pull this
lever. the calculator . . . oh, lvm so sorry, l thought you were part ol my experif
ment. Xvhy Nat Soilert I didnvt recognize you. Xvhat have you heen doing
since graduation if ltis heen almost twenty yearstu
U-ldhe Beacon has enlarged quite a hit since high schoolg in lact itis offering
some stitt competition to the New York Times. live remained with it since
graduation. and lim on a story right now. Vvhat ahout you, Dicli? Last l
heard. you were interested in mathematical researchf'
ul am. A tew years ago l received my lull prolessorship in mathematics at
Harvard. Nty latest theory is that all parallel lines are actually perpendicular.
l came to this conclusion alter my associates, Dr. Rohert Sihner and Dr.
Harry Radzyner. succeeded in splitting the electron. Their formulae are
similar to mine. You do rememher Bolo and Harry, donit you? Theyire tooth
prominent nuclear physicists, now. And if you'd like to say Khellox to Phil
Perctichizzi and Naomi Routlenherg, theyire in the northeast wing, working
on their plans lor a tocldess canal through Nicaraguan
A section of the science huitding was devoted completely to displays of
ultramodern means oi transportation. Ann Harwiclc, helicopter stewardess,
was acting as guide. The strilcing differences hetween these atomic-powered
devices and their outmoded predecessors, the train and automohile. raised
many comments among the spectators, especially the children, who couldn't
understand why gasoline had been used so widely when a small capsule of
atomoline could easily run any cralt tor tive years without relueling. ixiany
ol the jetmohiles were designed hy the Famous artist, Connie Chu. An added
attraction was the recent invention of District Attorney Pele tylorrison twho
linally induced Harry Gross to and His Honor the Mayor, Fred Drew.
This contraption hurgtar-proofs all vehicles, lor, attached to the door, it auto-
matically photographs, fingerprints and handculiis the thief helore he can
eitect an escape.
As l approached the adjoining hledical Building, I noticed the unmis-
talcahle lace of .AI VX7iener, with his three sons, all of whom were carrying
little haslcets oi chips on their shoulders in preparation for their senior year
in high school.
Through the clouds of chemical smolce I noticed several other Forest Hills
High School alumni. Harvey Lynne, director ot activities, was showing slides
demonstrating the use of his new antibiotic-painlciller, penisutlamycinhenza-
drine. Dr. Alfred Smith, Chief Surgeon at lylount Sinai Hospital, and Dr.
Chester Gottlieh described a lunctional heart and lung apparatus, as-
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charts showing the Kaplan method of rehabilitating spinal meningitis vic-
tims. It was named alter its founder, Elaine Kaplan, who, lilce Sister Kenny,
has astounded the world with her radical treatment.
No fair would be complete without a fashion show, and ol course no
fashion show would he satislactory without Carol Rondinellfs lamous
creations. The most recent fabrics were ol artificial synthetic yarns, which,
through a harmless radioactive process, became unstainable. The latest
styles were shown to best advantage by the lovely daughters ol Connie
Pine, Sue Cylinder, and .laclcie Nleyer. Background music was supplied
by Richard Singer and his all-girl orchestra, with Lorraine Ferrand, soloist.
Stage settings and intricate lighting effects were provided by the two out-
standing artists in the field, Lore Vvesch and Reece Galyon.
The Hollse of Today occupied a prominent section ol the Fair. The
exterior, of opaque glass briclc, was in stunning contrast to the colorful
landscaping. Although electric eye doors had been in existence lor a num-
ber ol years, this modern home was equipped with an electric eye to shut
oft the electric eye. The attached garage was of flexible, atomized rubber.
as durable as briclc but conveniently smash-prooi. Hostess Paulette
Rubenstein had to admit that this feature was added primarily lor the
woman ot the house. Inside, an automatic duster was invisibly installed in
the walls, thereby eliminating the need of housecleaning-a tremendous
aid to the housewife whose hardest task was pushing buttons. Phonovision.
a combined telephone and television, was convenient for the teen-agers oi
the iamily, since it cushioned the shoclc ol blind dates. Phil Grayis three-
dimensional television set had linally been perfected and installed, with an
aerial so powerful that a chassis was unnecessary. Wlyrna Orszag and
Carol Paddi were constantly husying themselves in the spacious icitchen,
preparing their famous atomburger for an appreciative clientele.
Cin the baclc lawn of the house was the Chiidrenys Paradise. lvlarilyn
lxfleile, director, joined hundreds of youngsters on their first ride in the
atomic-powered robot-controlled roller coaster, and emerged rather shalcen
by the experience. Head counselor Anita Horowitz was manipulating a
miniature streamliner for fascinated onlookers.
ln the Building of Finance and Industry Gloria Bellusci and Joyce
Nloslcowitz were demonstrating modern means of speedy and efficient office
management to Stephen Kamherg, president oi the General Atomic Com-
pany, and Joel Lopate, manager oi Bulinger Mills, inc. Sam Goldstein,
salesman extraordinary, supervised the panorama Industry Through the
Ages, depicting the development ol manufacturing from its crude state ol
mass production to the present system that has Finally eliminated the
The World Federation Building was magnificent, symbolizing world
unity by its clever architecture. At an open conference, Anthony Romano,
president ol the organization, Nlarcia Alper, United States representative,
and honorary guests Florence Pomerantz, Dean of the Sorbonne, and Ruth
Routtenberg, Ambassadress to israel, discussed current topics. They
stressed the need of international unity and cooperation in order to pre-
serve world peace. ln the center ol the fair grounds the Hag ol: the world
symbolized the end ol tension and the beginning oi a new era ol harmony
and good will.
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