Forest Hills High School - Forester Yearbook (Forest Hills, NY)
- Class of 1955
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DR. LEO R. RYAN, PRINCIPAL
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
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LEO R. RYAN BOuIevard 8-3137
To the Class of June l9SSg
It is with especial pleasure that I felicitate
you on your graduation this June.
In the three or four years that you have been
with us, many members of your class have earned distinction
for themselves in the field of scholarship. From the
beginning you have, as a class, participated whole-heartedly
in the variety of extra-curricular activities that the
school offers. You have given very generously of your time
and effort to help carry on the many services conducted by
the school. As a class, you have been outstanding in your
cooperation with the school. There have been many instances
of the very fine morale effect you have had upon younger
For this outstanding record you deserve high
co mendation and our sincerest hope that, in whatever plans
you may have for the future, you may find happiness and
LEO '. YA
Robert Cox, Art
Jerry Mendel, Art
Jhan Kao, Art
Frances lger, Art
Judith Rabinowitz, Auditor
Stephen Schuker, Sports
Serena Young, Lit.
Sheila Burke, Lit.
Art and Photography Staff
Audrey Scharter, Manager
Susan Wartur, Lit.
Dorothy Harter, Lit.
Joan Young, Lit.
Mr. Edmond J. Runge Dr. Jack W. Entin
Sy H It SENIOR cu-ISS ACTIVITIES
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Mr Edmond ,I Runge Dr. .lCICk W. Entin
We, the graduating Seniors of Forest Hills High School, finally realizing
and appreciating the value of the time and effort bestowed upon us, dedi-
cate our yearbook to the Tower, which we would like to think represents a
goodly share of all the things that have happened to us in school
In our years at Forest Hills, the Tower has been the butt of many kindly,
but nevertheless derisive, iokes. Remaining impervious to the laughter float-
ing up to its lofty height, the spirit of the Tower, with a will made strong by
many generations like us, has acted as a catalyst in the painful process of
We have changed a great deal since we first stepped across the com-
pass and gazed about us in awe, at the terribly impressive splendor of the
lobby. Though, as a whole we are callow youth in the eyes of the more
experienced, the symbol of which we speak stands for so much that was
given freely of learning, understanding and friendship, that it is impossible
for us to be anything but immeasurably wiser now than when we began.
The Tower stands as a beacon by which we may guide ourselves. Each
of us, enriched in myriad ways, begins a long walk, down an often obscure
path which stretches far before us, yet, we leave confidently, hopefully,
always knowing that this beacon light shines at our backs, illuminating our
ADMINISTRATION and FACULTY
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We don't say "ain't", it ain't a word.
We learned this rule terms first to third
We then surged on to Julius C.
"Et tu, Brute"' then cried we.
Tale of Two Cities" we gave lots of
As we traveled with Madame Defarge and
The ethics of SteFfens, Macbeth in term eight,
Oh, English Department, you've really been
l -l- 1 : 2 is long since gone
But trigonometry lingers on.
In response to teacher's admonitions
We memorized our propositions.
Physics is fancy, geometry's plane,
X -l- Y nearly drove us insane.
But we've come to the end of the intricate
When we count up successes, we'll do it in
Modern History, ancient times,
Charlemagne, royal crimes,
Monroe Doctrine, war atomics,
Engels Law in Economics.
We found our way to A. H. 2,
Mr Heine The Regents had us in a stew.
Now here's to the course and those who
Into our heads for passing credit.
"Veni, vidi, vici," said Julius Caesar, proud,
As he took his laurel wreath oft to the
"Ach du lieber" fills the air in a German
"Bonne chance," cries a French eleve, I hope
Aleph, Beth, Gimmel start the Hebrew A,
"La Leccion es muy facil," that's Spanish
with some ease.
The Language Department taught us quite
That Forest Hills is really a lingual Potpourri.
Eighty words a minute, we'd never get it
When we were writing forty, stenography
We thought we'd all pass typing with a
maximum of ease,
Then to our consternation-no letters on the
Accounting taught us neatness, to keep our
We had to have some Business Law, before
we were leaving.
So when we start working in the hardened
What we learned at Forest Hills will serve
as our guide.
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GIRLS' HEALTH EDUCATION
"Dem Bones, Dem Bones," a familiar rhyme.
The fossils of an ancient time,
Heredity, Punnett squares,-
We've seen why genes occur in pairs.
Sulphur has a peculiar smell,
Ah, chemistry, we've learned you well.
Our knowledge of science will never die,
Because, Science Department, you've taught
Volleyball and basketball.
They're on the ball, these boys.
They're given all the benefits
Of youth's athletic ioys.
The coaches teach them sportsmanship
On each athletic field, and then
Sends them out into the world
Not as boys, but as men.
We got minuses for talking, for Iateness and
We strained ourselves in exercises to the
beating of the drum.
We played the major sports from volleyball
We sat so straight for plusses
We nearly broke our back.
We wore our gymsuits faithfully, without a
We threw them out, June 29th,
Uncleaned and unwashed still.
Amateur Da Vincis, High school Van Goghs
"Art for Art's sake," hallway shows.
From Art Appreciation through Fashion
We now don't need rulers to draw a straight
Beethoven, Brahms, Mozart and Bach,
We were taught this musical stock.
Throwing pennies in Music Class.
Talking, joking, still we'd pass.
Christmas Carols in voices ringing,
Once a week of off-key singing.
We were educated with a longhair crop
But we didn't learn our lessons, for we
crave shorthair bop.
The speech department taught us to speak
Enunciation, pronunciation, diction every
We tried all different kinds of food
Over our results we fretted and stewed.
We sewed pretty dresses, we're sad about
The fact that the sleeve is sewed on inside
We made silver rings, and wooden things
Using every different tool
In Forest Hills High School.
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BONNIE JOAN LEVINSON FRAN ROSMAN
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RocI-IELLE SAMUELS TREASURER MONIQUE BRUNSCHWIG
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LINDA DIAMOND Paulo Glcssmoln Judy Bogcrd Tippy Prooslin
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Section Class President and Vice-President.
"Listen, you may hear my laughter from a
PETER J. BELTRANDI
Marshal Squad, P.S.A.L. Silver Medal.
"Keep true to the dreams of your youth."
C.C.N.Y., Television Singer
Soccer Team, Chess Club.
"Aim high, low aim is crime."
RICHARD A. BRUDER
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American Institute of Banking, Banking
Stamp Club, Merit Awards tor Service,
Sgt. on Marshal Squad.
"Life is a pleasant institution."
ANTONIO L. CARPIO
Queens, Lawyer or Engineer
' Basketball Team.
"For such a bright manhood there is no
i- such word as fail."
ROBERT J. CHIN
Pratt Institute, Architect
Fencing Team, Bio Squad
"A strong face ornamenting a great mind."
KENNETH H. CLARK
- Army, Printing Trade
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"Disarm misfortune with a grin.'
9, N WILLIAM COHEN "Bill"
- University of Denver, Hotel or Restaurant
Marshal Squad P.S.A.L., Forester Business
"Sir: your wit ambles, it goes well."
Chemistry Lab Assistant, P.S.A.L. Award.
"Men like this come one in a generation."
Queens, Insurance Salesman
Sgt. on Dawn Patrol, Hebrew Honor
Certificate, Honor Roll.
"The quiet mind is richer than a crown."
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JEAN A. DEZAGO STEPHEN M. DREZNER "Steve"
Attendance Office Aide, Newman Club.
"Speak softly and carry a big stick."
LINDA S. DIAMOND
Stratford, Clothing Buyer
Senior Class Treasurer, Health Ed. Ottice,
English Oftice, Exceptional Service Award.
"O Diamond, diamond you knew little of
the mischief done."
Queens, Chemical Engineer
Senior Class President, Marshal Squad,
Honor Roll, P.S.A.L. Awards, Emergency.
"He likes sweets, especially N 81 M's."
DEANNA H. EDELMAN
Cornell, Occupational Therapy
Orchestra, Statt ot Forest Leaves, Junior
Arista, Junior UNESCO, Service Awards.
"Integrity is her mainspring."
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P.S.A.L. Awards, Marshal Squad.
"He's all business."
CAROL M. EPSTEIN
N.Y.U., Social Worker
G.O. Oftice, History Office Aide, Service
Awards, President of Section Class.
"I have cr heart with room for every joy.
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Section President, Honor Roll, Emergency
Room Aide, Study Hall Attendance Aide.
"Stolen glances, sweeter for the theft."
BARRY M. FINK
"Friends grow wherever he may be."
N.Y. Community College, Medical Assistant.
Typing Award, Alumni News.
"I am wealthy in my friends."
ROCHELLE L. FORTGANG
University of Arizona, Fashion Illustrator.
Glee Club, Civilization Club, Service
"Like a face with love capricious."
BETTE M. FRIEDMAN
Forest Leaves, History Honor, Jr. UNESCO,
Play production, Greeters Club.
"As good-natured a soul as ever trod a shoe
Tropical Fish Club, Marshal Squad, Tutor,
PSAL Awards, Advanced Science.
"Lightly he takes his tribulations, seriously
STEPHEN E. GELLER
Captain Corps, Honor Roll, Service Pin.
"Without knowing the force of words, it is
impossible to know men."
CAROLE D. GINSBERG
Successful Career Woman
Steno-typist in Language Oftice, Treasurer
of Section, Forester Literary Staff, Perfect
"lt is her charm that strikes the sight."
Borough Discussion Ottice Aide, Jr.
UNESCO, Section Treasurer, Honor Certifi-
cate on Scholarship.
"We hope she doesn't grow any taller."
BARBARA A. GOLDSTEIN
G.O. Councilman, Service Awards, Secre-
tary in Art Office, Cutting Office Aide.
"Be thou the rainbow in the storms of life."
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Queens, Teacher Flower Fifth Avenue School of Nursing, Wagner, Veterinarian
Junior and Senior Arista, Language Honor Nurse Sgt. on Marshal Squad.
Society, Science Honor Soc., Civilization CI. Attendance Office. "Towering in the confidence of lite
"She profits who serves best." "Ellen the fair, Ellen the lovable." LORETTA HIRSCH
ANNETTE GRAJOWER HENRY H. HEITNER "With admiration ever looking on her
Barnard, Teaching Queens, Teacher
Governing Board of Leaders Club, Lan- Senior Band, Social StUClieS OFHCS, PSAI-
guage Honor Roll, Section Treasurer. Awards, Math Tutor.
"Serious pursuits afford true enjoyment." "As merry as the day is long."
N.Y. Community College, Legal Secretary
Service Awards, Sten Club, Typist for
Alumni News, Sten Award.
"Her business is success."
IRENE C. JACOBS
Indiana, Social Worker
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"Both little and sweet some say is best."
A MIRIAM D. Joeis V, I 'V
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lil 'M Club, civilization Club. R
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I ,I "The smile that wins, the tints that grow."
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fm' N.Y.U., Private Secretary
Captain of Gym Squad, Program Office.
"She smiled and the shadows departed." 4 V
Charles L. Kerstein SUSAN KRUGLY
Queens, Teacher AT my '
Arista, Problems of Democracy, Math Tutor, 'K V A
Study Hall Aide. V 7'
"Her heart is open as the day."
ANN S. KURTZMAN
Junior Arista, Math Office Aide, French
Club, Service Awards. V gb-.
"Fair and tair, and yet so fair." an ' 2 I
MARILYN LABB 4, 'A-fy
Program Office, Emergency Room, Art Office
"She is a little picture painted well." U
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STEPHEN LAMM SHEILA LEVIN ELAINE LOPEZ
Sgt. on Marshal Squad, PSAL Awards,
Social Studies Aide, Squad Award in Gym.
"Men of few words are the'best."
RITA M. LEFTOFF
Chic School of Fashion, Fashion Designer
Secretary of Section Class, Attendance
"To be awake is to be alive."
Supervising Editor of Beacon, Literary
Squad, Service Pin, Senior Arista.
"Her pen from which persuasion flows."
BONNIE J. LEVINSON
Bennington, Music Career
production, Senior Board.
"Eyes that laugh and lips that sing."
Soloist, Program Office, Play
Wagner College, Teaching
Senior Orchestra, Leaders, PSAL Award,
Received 'I5 point letter.
"With feet that never tire."
DANIEL MARKS "Dan"
Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, Chemist
Chemistry Lab Assistant, Physics Squacl,
Forest Office, Engineering Club.
"No one knows what he can do until he
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VINCENT J. PIERINI
Brooklyn Polytechnic, Engineering
Track Team, Marshal Squad, Newman
"His personal qualities will endure in life."
JAY A. POLLINO
Captain on Marshal Squad, Handball
"Man about town."
N.Y.U., Elementary School Teacher
"All that's best of dark and light are in
U.S. Air Force School-Texas Com., Airline
Intramural Track Medal, Health Ed. Mar-
shal, Band, Cafeteria Marshal.
"Heedless of grammar, they all cried,
'That's him.' "
Senior Band, Captain Corps.
"As true as steel."
ROSEMARY S. NATHAN
Queens, High School English Teacher
Senior Orchestra, Honor English, Meritori-
ous Service Award, Chess Club, Library.
"She looks at life with quiet eyes."
Basketball Team, Junior Varsity Baseball
Team, Newman Club.
"On the road to success he'll not falter."
University ot Pennsylvania, Psychologist
Science and Admissions Ottice Aide, Beacon.
"As tull ot spirit as the month ot May."
ELYSSA D. PARDO
Antioch, Field of Art
Swimming Club, Health Ed. Ottice, Attend-
ance Sheet Distribution, Forest Oftice, G.O.
"Art is not the bread of lite, but the wine
General Ottice, Health Ed. Award, Secre-
tary for a teacher.
"She steps as light as a tawn."
FERYAL A. PERESS
To teach Languages
Attendance Office, Math Tutor, Hebrew
Club, Band, Honor Roll.
"Her modesty is a candle to her credit."
PAUL S. PERVELER
N.Y.U., Business Career
Marshal Squad, Captain Corps.
"Diligence shall have its reward."
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N.Y.U., Business Career
"Serenity hides a dynamic nature."
JOAN H. REINHARDT
Advanced Science, Junior Arista, Service
Pin, Secretary in Marshal Office.
"Who ever is popular deserves attention."
ROBERT P. RIORDAN
Track Team, Basketball Team, PSAL Award,
Marshal Squad, Newman Club.
"Where brains and brown walk hand in
"The best advice we can give is marry the
EDITH E. RYNIAK
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"Ah! what delight a quiet life affords." ca. gs: ,
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Queens, Chemical Engineer fu-. T'
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Beacon Photographer, Assistant Manager 1
of Baseball Team, Marshal Squad, Presi-
dent of Senior Band.
"A man with his face towards the future.'
ROCHELLE S. SAMUELS
Secretary of Senior Class, Study Hall At- '
tendance Monitor. Vi A ' ,
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Service Pin, Attendance Office Aide. it O' 9
"Little friends prove great friends." I
NINA scHERTz U of if
Honor Roll, Secretary in Physical Science
Office, Math Tutor, Arista.
"Lilting feet that never tire." I. 4
JOHN J. SCHlMMENTl 'T I U A
Columbia, Lawyer -. -f '. A
Senior Band, Marshal Squad, Service 'TTT P V'
Award, Attendance Award. " 1 X T
"Destiny had better be careful or John 4, 4
will steal its scenes."
N.Y.U., Private Secretary .75 'fy
Miss Fulton's Office, Hill Oftice Aide. 4- 'V
"Gaiety and laughter follow her."
FRED L. SHAPIRO 'F 'FW
Press Business, Salesman m- ' KTM"
President of Marshal Squad, Captain on "ln
Dawn Patrol, Service Pin, Captain Corps. Tse' K'-f
"He is never at less leisure then when at
DAVID .l. SILVERMAN
Lt., Marshal Squad, Engineering Club,
General Office Aide, PSAL Award, Play
Production crew. V
"A man who hopes to break the bank at ,-. . ye"
Monte Carlo." N 'T T' 1. M
HENRY s. SILVERMAN A 'Q -iff ' '-',
Farmingdale, Conservation 1 ...W
Lt. on Marshal Squad. Wt"-1' 59' "'
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SYLVIA l.. SINGER
Mt. Sinai Hospital, Nursing
Emergency Room, Study Hall Aide, Glee
Club, Section Class Sec., Gym Co-captain.
"This is what makes America what it is!"
PHYLLIS T. SOLOMON
Queens, Math Teacher
Math Ottice Aide, Hebrew Honor Certifi-
"Moth will help her to count her successes."
JON A. SPERUNG
Philadelphia Textile institute.
Advanced Science, Park Sophomore Repre- PSAL Award, Marshal Squad, Dawn Patrol
sentative, Park President. Intramural Squad Awards.
"Gentleman is written clearly on his brow." "The world belongs to the cool enthusiast."
RHODA l.. SPlLKOWlTZ TOBY T. TRAUNER
Pace Business School, Secretory and N.Y.U., Teacher
Bookeeper Forest Office, Guidance Ottice.
Treq5Urer'5 Office, "Hold flle f0Ifl TOby'S C0mll1glH
"Moves as a Goddess, looks as a Queen."
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MYRNA H. UNGER
Maryland University, Psychologist
Problems of Democracy, Publicity Commit-
tee of Borough Council, Chorus.
"Such things as dreams are made of."
Queens, Medical Doctor
Play Production, Language Honor Society,
Chorus, Library Squad, Greeters Com.
"A wealth of thought lies behind those
STEVEN B. WERNER
Bard, Film Actor
Play Production, Marshal Squad, PSAL
"Could it be Beau Brummel in the flesh?"
Queens, Popular Vocalist
Chorus, Senior and Junior Arista, High
Honor Certificate, Service Certificate.
"With her it's a necessity!"
GRACE A. WOLOSKER
Smith, Language Major
Honor Roll, Park Office, Service Award,
"A sweet attractive kind ot Grace!"
DOROTHY L. YELIN
Cortland State Teachers' College, Teacher
English Honor Class, Sec., Science Off.
"To me nothing is more fun than a man!"
N.Y.U., To become a Buyer
PSAL Award, Otticers Service Award, School
"Strong and silent."
JOYCE B. ABELMAN
University ot Vermont, Happiness
Chorus, Dance Club, Jr. Unesco, Park
Office Aide, Sophomore Band.
"A thing ot beauty is a Joy."
BARRY D. ABRAHAMSON
Senior Band lClarinetj, Yearbook Photog-
rapher, Math Club, Engineering Club.
"Ot science and logic he chatters."
EDWARD L. ABRAMOWITZ
X 'I Brooklyn Polytech, Electrical Engineer .
s Bowling Team T954-55, President of Section
gl , Class for 5 terms, Senior Council Rep.
L' V' iiwiil "Popularity indicates quality."
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Hamilton, Doctor of Medicine
Varsity Golf Team, Arista, Marshal Squad,
He'll rnend all the broken hearts he leaves
WILLIAM ACCLES "Bill"
Play Pro, Band, Stage Crew, Marshal
"Where there's a Will, there's a lawsuit!"
Chorus for 2 years, Forest Office Aide,
Meritorious Service Award.
"Neither lemonAdes or orangeAdes are as
sparkling as Audrey Ades."
JULIAN G. ADLER
University of Michigan, Engineer
Jr. Arista, Social Studies HOHOI' 50CiefY,
French American Stud. Math. Team.
"The gift ot wisdom has many facets!"
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Junior Band, Marshal Squad, Public Ad
"He's a ladies Man."
N. Y. U.
Marshal Squad, Squad Award in Gym.
"He's another Peck's Bad Boy."
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HARVEY L. ALBERT
University of Alabama, Psychiatrist
Marshal Squad, Emergency Room, Intra-
"Women would run through fire and water
tor this man."
ANDREW F. ALBORO
"He who desires naught will always be
MARILYN A. ALEXANDER
Grace Newltauer School of Nursing, Sur-
Junior Arista, Dancer in Play Pro's Finians
"A white cap and red shoes."
Marshal Squad, Language Office, Cutting
Ottice, Honor Roll.
"He likes to like people, that's why people
SHELDON J. ALLWEISS
Marshal Squad, Intramurals, P.5.A.L.
"He does nothing in particular and does
JOHN ALTINTOP "Johnny"
N. Y. U., College
Marshal Squad, National Hot Rod Associa-
"He'll speed down the highway of suc-
STEWART E. ALTMAN "Stu"
Handball Captain, Beacon Reporter, Lieu-
tenant on Dawn Patrol.
"Humor springs from the heart, power
from the hands."
CAROL E. ANDERSON
Typist in Boys' Health Education Depart-
ment, Guidance Ott. Aide, Newman Club.
"A merry heart lives long."
SANDRA A. ANDERSON "Sandy"
Adelphi, Physical Therapist
"To know her is to like her,"
JUDlTH ANGOWITZ "Judy"
Hofstra, Elementary School Teacher
Junior Arista, Governing Board of Leaders
Honor Society, School Service Pin.
"Talks all clay about people who talk too
JUDITH C. APPEL "Judy"
Stenographer, Private Secretary
Dramatic Club, Attendance Squad.
"Many a flower was born to blush unseen."
Band, G.O. Councilman, Sgt. Marshal
Squad, Service Pin, Six Perfect Attendance
"Misak absent is Misak still."
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MARSHALL ARFIN MARGARET A. ASHMAN "Peggy"
N. Y. U., Teacher Secretary, Airline Stewardess
"We'll be desolate when he's gone." "She'll keep people in Seventh Heaven."
LUCILLE M. ARUNDEL
Language Office Aide.
RITA C. ASHMANN
Girl Leader of Arista, Beacon, Play Produc
"A secretary like Lucill will be good insur tion, Secretary of Civilization Club, Socia
UFICS ICOI' Gfly COlTlpUl'Iy.H
Studies Honor Society.
"The only pony-tail with a brain behind it.'
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"The only fault is that she has no faults."
CONSTANCE M. BEEBER "Connie"
Program Committee, Secretary in Section,
Secretary in Health Ed. Department.
"Unaccustomed as I am to public
Adelphi, Legal Stenographer
Honor Roll, Stenography Award.
"Contrary to the weatherman, this girl is X
Leaders, Play Production, Honor Roll,
Service Pin, 2 Forest Hills Letters.
"With her connections, she's a real live
SYLVIA J. BALL
Queens College, Kindergarten Teacher
Chorus 7 Terms, Service Pin, Arista, G.O.
Councilman, Class President.
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DORENE BARASCH rf . ' '
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Miami U., Model
Aide for Mrs. Smiley.
"A little peach in the orchard green."
RICHARD P. BARFIELD
Boston University, Law
Meritorious Service Award, Marshal Squad,
Language Department Aide.
"Tis easier to make certain things legal
than to make them legitimate."
JANE P. BARRY
Hofstra, Private Secretary
Attendance Ottice Aide, Admission Aide,
Aide in General Office.
"As she thinketh in her heart so she is."
PETER BARTSCH "Red"
State Tech., Jewelry
Track Team, Fencing Team, Senior Band,
Captain Corps, Chorus.
"He neither owns nor operates a "redhead
EITAN BASNER "Al"
Queens College, Dentist
"He would lead the world quietly."
NORMA S. BASS
N. Y. U., Executive Secretary
Honor Roll, Meritorious Award, Dramatic
Club, Sten Club, Attendance Office Aide.
"She's a doll and that's no fish story."
Queens College, T. V. Cameraman
English Book Room Aide, Honor Roll.
"To do things well is his knack."
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MARILYN R. BEIGE "Lynn" ROBERT W. BELLOWS "Bob"
New-York Community College. Queens College, Lawyer
Mrs. McCanna's Aide in Park Otitice, Sec- Marshal Squad.
tion President, Mr. Lazarus' Aide. "I am the law!"
"She's Beige, she's neutral, she goes with JQSEPH ji BENDER HJOYH
MARTIN F. BELITZ "Marty"
Brooklyn College ot Pharmacy, Pharmacist
Fencing Captain, Senior Orch., G.O.
"lt is better to murder music outright than
to keep beating it as you do."
Track Team, Marshal Squad, Captain in
"Sinner, charmer, and sa
Talent is God-given, be humble."
BARBARA B. BERGENFELD
Secretary of Social Studies, Honor Society,
Language Honor Society, P.O.D., Arista.
"The will to succeed and she will!"
ELIZABETH C. BERGER
Parson's School of Design, Fashion
"How tar that little candle throws her
JUDITH BERGER "Judy"
Queens College, Journalist
G.O. Sales Committee, Park Assembly
Color Guard, G.O. Office Aide, G.O. Social
Committee, Exceptional Service Award.
"Compared to Judy, sugar tastes sour."
ROBERTA P. BERGER
Queens College, Legal Secretary.
"She lives and laughs as only she can."
Elmira College, Medical Technician
Health Ed. Department, Section Council-
man, Park Office Aide.
"She keeps her face always toward the
sun, and the shadows fall behind her."
Queens College, Travel
French Tutor, Guidance Office Aide, Ad-
"A kind word for everybody."
MlCHELE A. BERQUE
Program Ottice Aide, Section Aide.
"She's a model model."
SANDRA R. BIENSTOCK
Mrs. Gray's Aide in Cutting Office, Cutting
"Figures don't lie."
ALAN M. BLANK
Forest Senior Representative, Boy Leader
of Junior Arista, Senior Arista, Science
"We know you'll amount to more than
LAWRENCE P. BLAUFOX "Larry"
Member of Forest Hills Aces and Crusaders,
"Master on the Court."
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CAROL BLAUSTEIN SHELDON L. BLOCH "Shelly"
Model Columbia University, Pharmacist
Mgfh Omce Track Team, Marshal Squad, Forester Pho-
"Sure to give venus competioinf
JOHANNA B. BLIDNER
Queens College, Teacher
Chanukah Assembly Program, Literary Staff
of Forester, Junior Arista, Aide.
"She shines by her own radiance."
tography Statt, P.S.A.L. Award.
"Not the chip oft the old block, but the
old Bloch himself."
Play Production, Speech Office Aide, Honor
"Lots of knowledge in a neat package."
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PHYLLIS M. BLYE
Mt. Ida, Homemaker
Study Hall Secretary, Program Ottice Aide,
Attendance Ottice Aide, Guidance Ottice.
"Our candidate tor Miss Rheingoldf'
MARIAN E. BOENAU
Goucher, Social Worker
Beacon Advertising Manager, French-
American Student Editor, P.O.D.
"The spiritual prescient face, the always
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RONALD E. BRICKER "Ronnie"
N. Y. U., Clothier
Manager of Basketball Team, Marshal
Squad, Service in other school.
"'Tis strange What Man may clo, yet
women think him an angel."
BARRY A. BRILLIANT
University ot Florida, Real Estate Manager.
"May his name be his goal."
JUDITH BOGARD "Judy"
Senior Treasurer ot Hill School, Sophomore
Representative, Chairman of Junior Prom,
Social Committee Chairman, Color Guard.
"A sunbeam in a winter's day."
New York Technical Institute, Buyer
"A sweet remembrance of the past."
ELEANOR R. BOLSTON "Ellie"
Civilization Club, Girl Leader ot Arista,
Service Pin, Math Ottice Aide, Play Pro.
"Ability is evidenced by action."
ROBERT L. BORCHARDT
Cornell, Music Publisher
"A boy atter our own hearts."
Queens College, Teacher
Book Room Aide
"Soft ot speech, beneticent ot mind."
NAOMI A. BOYAR
Queens College, Dietician
P. O. D., Junior Unesco, Cutting Squad,
Meritorious Service Award, Dramatic Club.
"The proof ot the pudding is in the
MARILYN R. BRAND
City College, Executive Secretary
Boy's H. Ed. Ottice Aide, Language Ottice
"Marilyn's the Brand to look tor."
Ottice Worker, A Fashion Designer
"Great geniuses have the shortest biog-
EUGENE BREESKIN "Gene"
G.O. Executive Vice-President, Varsity
Basketball, Gold P.S.A.L. Badge Award,
Orchestra, Senior Arista.
"Heifitz in white bucks."
DIANA F. BREGMAN
Miami University, Housewife
Guidance Oftice Aide, Secretary to Mrs.
Pelkus, Aide to Mrs. Young, Service in
"Rings on her fingers, bells on her toes."
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SUZANNE BROWN "sue"
University of Bridgeport, Teacher
Aide in Study, Aide in Park Cutting Oftice,
Captain ot Gym Squad, Attendance Office.
"She's mighty little but mighty great."
N. Y. U., Teacher
Meritorious Award, General Office Aide,
Park -Ottice Aide, GirI's Health Ed. Ottice.
"So sweet she puts banana splits to
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MICHAEL G. BRUNSCHWIG "Mike"
Rensselaer, Chemical Engineer
Veep Language Honor Society, Arista,
Moth Team, Westinghouse Talent Search.
"A man of letters, manners and morals."
MONIQUE M. BRUNSCHWIG "Mo"
University ot Rochester
Captain of Cheerleaders, Secretary of
Sr. Class, Language Honors, Arista. 25
"An all-American French miss!"
BRUCE .l. BUFF
Marshal Squad, New York Air National
"Ott we go into the wild blue yonder."
BARBARA J. BURCH
Forest Leaves Literary Staft, Senior Greet-
ers, Junior Arista, Forest Office Aide, At-
tendance Office Aide.
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gg University of Michi an, Journalist
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3 "A girl who doesn't have to "buy" her way
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PATRICIA G. CAMPBELL "Pat" ' i
' L Vassar, Teacher ' A is
Junior Arista Member, Aide in Guidance I 49'
Office, Aide in Science Office, Aide in ,.,, ' 'K
Attendance Office, Typist. L A V
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"There's no business like show business."
CAROL E. CARLTON , -1 A
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ll Play Production, Eng. Office Aide, Library l f., in 'Ze Q
Aide, Ushers Squad. i 'ry bu
"lt gum chewing made one rich, she'd be , wr-
a millionaire." i V , .
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Hood, Gym Teacher 4
"A Gym-Dandy girl,"
ELAINE CARROLL "Bunny" '
Modeling It -N
Attendance Office Aide for 2 Years. ' 2 fan' 'Ui
"Bunny is going to make Vogues cover." I V A , 5' u
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Grace lnstitute, Fashion Designer ,W gg f
Newman Club ,. l ifgl -
"A girl who is always in style." '
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NORA CHAMBERLAIN "Nonie" JERRY A. CHESSLER HOWARD CHOOK "Chuck"
Katherine Gibbs, Secretary
"Good nature personified."
ANITA R. CHERKES
Bucknell University, Journalism
Chorus, Library Assistant.
"Noisy as a falling snowfialref'
Queens College, Lawyer
"He always gets someone to love him, even
it he has to do it himself."
NANCY CHIN "Nan"
Emergency Room Aide, Attendance Squad,
Sten Speed, Sec. in Foregn Language Office.
"As you are women, so be lovely."
"No one reaches a high position in lite
NORBERT M. CHOTINER
Columbia, Foreign Service
Language Honor Society, Arista, Marshal
"Have Tux, Will travel."
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Syracuse University, Speech Therapist
Social Studies Ottice Aide, Flying Pen Class
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful coun
Construction, Professional Fisherman, Mar-
shal Squad Seargeant.
"He fishes just for the halibut."
KAY B. K. CHU
Orchestra, Attendance Aide.
"Like a coke, naturaI."
PAULINE J. CICH
N. Y. C. Community College, Accountant
Junior Arista, Newman Club, Aide Science
Dept., Attendance Office Aide, Secretary in
"Number's are her racket!"
GRACE L. COHAN
Meritorious Award, Attendance Ottice Aide.
"She's Grace-d our presence tor 4 years!"
DOROTHY COHEN "Dottie"
"Its the Cohen's and the KeIIy's that make
up this great world."
MICHAEL D. COHEN "Mike"
Michigan State, Veterinary Medicine
"Boys like Mike are tar too few."
RENEE COHEN "Richi"
Brooklyn College, Journalist
Service Pin, Junior Arista, Senior Arista,
Language Honor Society, Leaders.
"Look, there's a rainbow now!"
Miami University, Veterinarian
Marshal Squad, P.S.A.L. Bronze Medal.
"A heart as big as his waistlinef'
ROY H. COHEN
N. Y. U., Accountant
"Good nature is a key that tits many
SUSAN C. COHEN
G.O. Social Committee, G.O. Publicity
Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Treas-
urers Office Aide.
"Sweet Sue-just you."
ALICE P. COHN
Library Aide for 3 years.
"Some books are to be tasted, some swal-
lowed, and some digested."
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MARION E. COLGAN
Secretary for Airline, Airline Hostess,
Senior Arista, Junior Arista, Leader's Club,
Hostess Squad, Park Oftice Aide.
"The most manifest sign of wisdom is con-
Beacon Business Staff, Guidance Office
Aide, Service Awards, Arista, Math Tutor.
"She'II Collar the market in success."
"Fame is man-given, be grateful
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MICHAEL A. CONNOR "Mike'
N. Y. U., "To enioy lite"
Marshal Squad, English Class President
Accounting Class President.
"He'lI live all the days ot his lite."
MARTIN A. COOPER "Marty'
Junior Varsity Basketball, Swimming Squad
P.S.A.L. Award, Jr. Arista, Forest Leaves.
"A great guy to have tor a friend!"
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DORIS A. DASSAU
Queens College, Linquist
"Silence is the fence around wisdom."
Yale School of Music, Musician
"The elves' gift to music."
DONALD M. CORBIN "Don"
Junior Arista, Senior Arista, Co-Captain of
"He won't have to have "pull" to make
something out of himself."
RICHARD H. CORDES
Captain of Gym Squad
JOAN M. CORENS
Elmira College, Teacher
Senior Council, Class Treasurer, Girls
Health Ed. Ottice Aide, Service Certificate.
"Some girls find everything one Summer."
JOSEPH P. CORONA
Purdue University, Lawyer
Treasurer of Drama Guild, Newman Club,
Track Team, Captain of Gym Squad.
"He'lI reach the top and hold it fast."
ROBERT B. COX "CoXey"
Varsity Baseball, Co-Captain of Varsity
Track, Art Editor of Forester, Varsity Cross
Country, Co-Art Editor of Forest Leaves.
"An artist should be fit for the best society,
and keep out of it."
PETER W. CUMMINS
Soccer Team, Captain Corps, Marshal
Squad, Emergency Room Aide, Gym Mar-
"Nobody is as sophisticated as a boy of
FRANK E. CYLVICK
Vice President of Marshal Squad
"As upright as the cedar."
CLAUDETTLE J. V. DAMADIAN
Drew University, Minister
Play Production, Forest Office Aide.
"The only Lolly that really pops."
PHYLLIS L. DANENBERG
Sarah Lawrence, Art Teacher
Play Production, Junior Arista, G.O. Social
Committee, Park Office Assistant.
"This girl can Jraw on her talents to
ANTHONY F. DaSII.VA
Air Force Academy
C. A. P.
"Da Silva is sterling."
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University of Illinois, Business Administration
"Can't you 'see' that he'Il be successfuI."
NANCY G. DAVIS
Secretary, Legal Secretary
Teachers Aide, Cafe. Captain, Secretary
"She had a dark and a roving eye."
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Newman Club, Marshal Sq., Section Sec.
"See, saw, Margorie Daw."
HERMINE DEIFIK "Honey"
Queens College, Nurse
G.O., Attend. Off. Aide, Gen. OH. Aide.
"She's a Honey for the money."
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GALE S. DOWNS
Pratt Institute, Dietitian
Park Oftice Aide, Study Hall Aide.
"She's on her way up, not Down."
BRUCE J. DUBOV
University ot Maine
Junior Arista, Marshal Squad, P.S.A.L.
Awards in Intramurals, Captains Corps.
"He knows his duty and does it well."
Mailing Ottice Aide, Band.
"He'll be a lring at Queens.
Beacon, Language Honor Society, Latin
Tutor, New York Orchestral Society.
"None but himself can be his parallel."
Hunter College, Physical Therapist
President of Leaders, Secretary of Arista.
"She excels in smiling and baseball .... "
ANTHONY N. DICHIARO "Tony"
Purdue University, Medicine
Swimming Team I3 yearsl, Captain Corps,
P.S.A.L. Award, Class Letter Award, Mar-
"Handsome is as handsome does."
"One picture is worth a thousand words."
VINCENT A. DIGIORGI
Marshal Squad, Captain Corps.
"He goes through life without a care."
ROBERT W. DINSMORE "Bob"
Columbia University, Bio Chemist
Senior Band, Audio Visual Squad.
"Art is I, science, we."
Queens College, Nursing
Junior Arista, Senior Arista, Leaders' Club,
Service Pin, Forest Hills Letter.
"Speeding the recovery."
JON K. DOLLARD
St. John's University
"A dillor, a Dollard, an excellent scholar."
BERNICE A. DORN
Qucens College, Teacher
Emergency Room Aide, History Oltice Aide,
Civilization Club, Beacon's Advertising
"Charm is the secret of a girl's attraction."
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ANDREA JDUFAULT "Andy"
St. Lawrence, Nurse
Dancer in Finians' Rainbow, Intramural,
Forest Office Aide, Mr. GIeason's Aide.
"A good reason to get sick."
Hunter College, Journalism
Marshal Squad, Fencing Squad, Parade
Bearer, Captains Corps, Drama Guild.
"He talks himself red, white and blue in
"Conceit is self-given, be careful
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University of Virginia, Lawyer
P.S.A.L. Awards, Intramurals.
"His worcls are the windows of his per
CHARLES R. EFROS "Chuck'
Swimming Team, Soccer Team, Track Team
Varsity Letter Club, Marshal Squad.
"In the swim."
Miss Catherine Campbell
N. Y. U., Certified Public Accountant
"You can count on David when you need
DANIEL EIN "Dan"
Language Honor Society, Social Studies
Honor Society, Play Prod., Orch., Arista.
"His words are so long they run in serials."
ELITA B. EISEN Nl-eel'
Adelphi, Nurse with B.S.
Band, Physics Squad, Exceptional Service
"Good for all what ails you."
FLOYD F. EISENBERG
Blouse Manufacturer, Production Manager
"Hope he finds his Treasure Island."
ELIZABETH N. EISENSTEIN "Nancy"
Marshal Squad, Guidance Office Aide,
Service Pin, Program Office Aide.
"Her gaiety is contagious!"
HELEN EITELBERG "Honey"
Boston University, Importing and Exporting
Emergency Office Aide, G.O. Office Aide.
"No amount ot bees could produce Honey
PHILIP A. ELLENBERG "Phil"
Ohio State University, Journalist
Honor English Class, Marshal Squad.
"We can never get our till of Phil."
ROBERT ENG HBOIJH
George Washington University, Civil
Bowling Team, Intramurals.
"He'll be a good engineer"
MERLE R. ENGLANDER
Hofstra, Veterinary Medicine Research
Leaders' Club, Play Production
"She makes the most of all that comes and
theleast ot all that goes."
AUDREY EPSTEIN "Audge"
Play Production, Junior Arista, Senior
rista, Language Honor Society.
There is a garden in her face, where roses
and white lilies grow."
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C. C. N. Y., Bio Chemist and Cure Cancer
Marshal Squad, Tropical Fish Club.
"Great hopes malre great men."
JOAN R. EPSTEIN
C. C. N. Y., Medical Assistant
Service in another school in Canada.
"Canada's loss is our gain."
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JAMES A. ESPASAS "Jim"
Queens College, Accountant
Biology Club, Spanish Club, English Club.
"Es un buen hombre."
JEROME A. ESTERMAN "Jerry"
University of Pennsylvania, To Be Rich
Marshal Squad, P.S.A.L. Badge Award,
"Money is o good servant, but a bad
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ALEGRIA R. ESTRELLADO "Ginger"
Queens College, Pharmacist
Newman Club, Chorus
"A smart cookie, but really a Ginger snap."
AUGUSTA L. ESTREMADOYRO "Gu5sie"
Pratt Institute, Architect
Junior Arista, Newman Club, G.O. Ottice
Aide, Attendance Office Aide.
"Furthering our Good Neighbor Policy. . ."
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MARK W. ETTINGER
Arista, Math Team, Forester Stott, Beacon,
"Mark and his W are like Siamese twins."
MARK S. FABIAN
N. Y. U., Sales Manager
"Looking towards the future."
MILLICENT FAIRHURST "Mil"
Orchestra, All-City Orchestra, Beacon Busi-
ness Staff, Language Honor Society, Arista.
"lf music be the food of life-play on."
LILIANE H. FALLEK "Lili"
Antioch, English Teacher
Forest Office Aide, Park Ottice Aide, Hill
"This 'Lili' has charmed us for 4 years."
HELEN J. FARBER
Business Staff of Forester, G.O. Councilman,
Senior Council, Treasurers Office Aide.
"Little and sweet, surely worth praise."
BARBARA K. FARSANG "Bobbi"
Junior Arista, Senior Arista, Forester Art
Staff, Senior Council, Play Production.
"Good humor is wisdom and goodness
RONALD E. FASS "Reggie"
Trumpet Player, Baseball Team.
"Big musician-plays the victrola."
PAULA S. FEDER
Play Production, Chorus, Service Certificate,
Attendance Office Aide.
"lt's a woman's world."
JUDITH A. FEIN
my Queens College, Social Worker
' 'L A French Club, Hebrew Culture Club, Civili-
A I i g' Q zation Club, Language Honor Society.
' 'Y 55 L "Earth's noblest thing-a perfect woman."
Q. Q LINDA R. FEINSTEIN "Lin"
I , Queens College, Elementary School Teach-
71 'li'-' er, Librarian, Attendance Office Aide.
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MICHAEL S. FELDMAN MARJORIE D. FELLER "Marge"
Queens Cgllege Colby College, Social Worker
Marshal Squad, Exceptional Service Award Business Staff of Beacon, Hill Office Aide,
Boys' Emergency Room Aide.
"Should opportunity knock, let it in."
ROSSEE A. FELDMAN
"She's always engaged with something
Admissions Ottice Aide, Guidance Office.
"Very feminine-despite her name."
PHYLLIS R. FENlCHEL
Brooklyn College, Fashion Illustrator
Attendance Office Aide, Guidance Office
Aide, Art Office Aide.
"As pretty as her pictures."
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MICHAEL FERBER "Miclcey'
Senior Band, Varsity Swimming Team, Var
sity Handball Team, Marshal Squad.
"A ball of tire that melts the ice."
JUSTINE T. FEREANCE "Chris'
Queens College, Registered Nurse
Leaders Honor Society, President -of New-
man Club, Junior Arista.
"She stands out in buttons and Bows."
ROBERT S. FERGUSON "Bob"
M. I. T., Physicist
Swimming Team, Co-Captain of Gym Team.
"Modesty and unselfishness, these are vir-
tues which men praise."
ELVIRA M. FERREIRO "Ellie"
r "Laughed and danced and talked."
VS vm LEONARD M. FERTMAN "Lenny"
L, ' University of Rhode Island, C.P.A.
. ""' G.O. Senate, Captain of Bowling Team.
'XJ' ". . . abstract of all faults, a man that all
Z men follow."
Q JOAN FETNER
5 Queens College, Teacher
., Guidance Oftice Aide, Science Office Aide,
ms Social Committee, Treasurers Ottice Aide.
AQ 1 "What could be lovelier than so lovely a
tiax . EDWARD FILHO "Eddie"
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if Soccer Team, Handball Team, Marshal
. i' Squad.
"I see before me an athlete."
JOEL J. FINER
C. C. N. Y., Tax-Attorney
Finions Rainbow, Honor Club, Service
i "Nothing could be Finer.
5, LLOYD F. HNGERHUT
I Hofstra, Accountant
dm' Marshal Squad, Boy's Emergency Room
"Count your blessings"
M555 Elsie Dineen ROBERTA B. FINKELSTEIN "Bobby"
Brooklyn College, Bookkeeper
English Oftice Aide, Attendance Oftice
"Her string of boys are like a string of
DAVID M. FISH
Fencing Team, Section Aide, Captains
"lt you catch this fish, you've got a
SARA l.. FISHKIN
Brandeis, Speech Therapist
Math Office Aide, Hill Ofiice Aide, English
Office Aide, Meritorious Service Certificate.
"Her good work for others will bring honor
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ROBERTA J. FISHMAN "Bobbi"
Radcliffe, Biochemistry Research
Supervising Editor of the Beacon, Advanced
Science, Arista, Service Pin.
"intelligence -l- personality : success."
SYLVIA E. FISHMAN "Syl"
Bouve'Boston, Physical Therapist
Chorus, Deans Ottice Aide, Exceptional
Service, G.O. Councilman, Junior Arista.
"All smiles, all gladnessf'
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RICHARD FLECKNER "Richie"
Columbia University, Medicine
Treasurer at Senior Arista, Math Depart-
"Aim high-you'll make it."
JON C. FLINKER
Cornell, Electrical Engineering
Orchestra, Band, Arista, Social Studies
"Strumming his way to success."
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ELLEN S. FLUHR
Hunter College, Dancer
Honor Roll, G.O. Councilman, G.O. Sales
Committee, Math Ottice Aide, Service Cert.
"Waltzing and spinning on a cloud."
ROBERTA M. FOERSTER "Bobbie"
N. Y. U., Buyer
Mr. Herschel's Ottice Aide, Emergency
Room Aide, Marshal Squad, General Ottice.
"Full blown flower of beauty."
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ANNABELLE J. FREEMAN
General Office Aide, Attendance Oltice
Aide, Switchboard Operator, Senior Office
"I never met a man I didn't like."
FREDRIC I. FREUND "Freddie"
Captain of Swimming Team, Junior Arista,
Math Club, Squad Award.
"He may glide through lite even on dry
land." I ' TTEVL' --I --
ETHEL FORMAN "Edi"
Industrial Business Machines
Service in Erasmus Hall High School.
"Ecli was a lady."
ARTHUR L. FORREST
Senior Band, Orchestra, Play Production,
"He has all he needs with which to build
a great future."
Queens College, Maior in English
"Blah, blah, blah, black sheep."
CHARLOTTE D. FRANCIS
lmmaculata Jr. College
Attendance Office Aide
"Softly speak and sweetly smile."
MARGARET E. FRANCIS "Margie"
Clerical Work, Modeling
"Tall, dark, and happy-go-lucky!"
BEVERLY T. FRANK
Legal Stenographer, Singer
Stenographer and Typist for Forest Oltice.
"A smile as bright as her hair."
STEPHANIE M. FRANK "Stefi"
Forest Ottice Staff, Chorus.
"Fashions wear out more apparel than the
TOBY C. FRANK
Hofstra, Legal Stenographer
Cheerleaders, Junior Arista, Junior Prom
Committee, Art Ott. Aide, Attendance Ott.
"They also serve who stand and cheer."
LENORE N. FRAZER "Nicki"
Swarthmore, Research Scientist
Arista, Service Pin, Mufh Club, Civiliza-
tion Club, French Club.
"A little body often harbors a great soul."
SANDRA J. FREEDMAN "Sandie"
Jackson, Social Service Work
Group Discussion Class, Junior Arista, Mr.
Delman's Office Aide, Civilization Club,
Meritorious Service Award.
"She is of truth and pure delight."
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"He has the quiet steadiness with which to
meet the world."
MICHAEL M. FRIED "Mike"
Westinghouse Science Talent Search Final-
ist, BEACON News Editor, Co-Chairman of
Science Honor Society, Arista.
tries explosive-he's dynamite."
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RICHARD L. FRIEDBERG
Cornell, U.S. Senator
Honor Roll, History Honor Society, BEA-
CON, Marshal Squad, Civilization Club.
"I am not a politician but my other habits
SANDRA L. FRIEDLANDER "Sandy"
State Tech, Housewife 33
"Here's a very engaging girl."
RONA L. FRIEDMAN
Cooper Union, Commercial Artist
Senior Orchestra, Jr. Arista, G.O. Publicity
"She has an art for drawing."
RUTH FRIEDMAN "Ruthie"
Syracuse University, Journalist
BEACON, Literary Staff of Forester, Vice-
President ot New York City High School
Press Council, Service Pin, Arista.
" 'Vivacious' is her middle name."
SHEILA J. FRIEDMAN
Language Office Aide, General Oltice Aide,
"Little friend of the world."
University of Bridgeport, Teacher
Aide in Guidance Office, French Class
"Sugar and spice and just a little bit of
University of Illinois, Medicine
Marshal Squad, Squad Intramurals.
"Integrity is his mainspringf'
LOUIS A. FUCHS
Senior Prom Committee, Swimming Team,
Marshal Squad, Emergency Room Aide,
"He can fix us up-anytime!"
NOEL A. GAGE
Junior Arista Tutoring Squad, Math Club
President, French American Student.
"All the world loves a lover."
ELLEN S. GARTENFELD
Brandeis, Social Worker
Senior Council, Service Pin, Honor History,
Problems of Democracy, Language Office.
"So full of cheerfulness, the more it is spent,
the more it remains."
PATRICIA A. GEDDES "Pat"
Newman Club, Guidance Office Aide.
"Charm strikes the heart."
WILLIAM H. GEHRMANN "Bill"
Queens College, Herpetological Work
Orchestra, Captain Corps, Marshal Squad.
"His quest for knowledge will bring him
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ALAN s. GELB
Pratt Institute, Industrial Designer
Gym Team, Sergeant on Marshal Squad
Captain Corps, Exceptional Service Award
"With craft and skill .... "
HERBERT J. GERSHEN
Brown University, Medicine
Associate Business Manager of Forester
Bowling Intramurals, Emergency Room.
'fWe don't want him any longer, he's al-
ready 6 feet. f
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CLAIRE A. GERSHUNI
Brandeis, Political Scientist
Senior Arista, Social Studies Honor Society,
Language Honor Society, Leaders Club,
SONDRA L. GILNER
Willit Secretarial School, Private Secretary
Secretary to Mr. Blume, Flying Pens Club.
"She can write it faster than you can say
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SUSAN A. GITLEN "Sue"
Simmons, Physical Therapist
Forester Art Staff, Junior Arista, Forest
Sophomore Representative, Service Pin.
"Follow the leader."
MARTIN D. GLASS
Columbia, Chemical Engineering
Math Team, Westinghouse Honorable Men-
tion, Chmn., Science Honor Soc., Arista.
"You must read his face to know him truly."
HANNAH E. GLASSMAN
Queens College, Dental Hygienist
Guidance Office Aide, General Office Aide,
"Here's a job she can really sink her teeth
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R utr, PAULA N. GLASSMAN
I5 V Russell Sage College, Dietetic Work
A it Treasurer of Forest Senior Class, Play Pro-
- duction, Prom Committee, Junior Orchestra.
"South Pacific made a mistake passing up
this Bloody Mary."
. BERNICE GLAZER
,X -X Brooklyn College, Marketing
- 'D , i "' Chorus, Meritorious Award, Honor Roll.
'L "Flaming youth."
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A C. C. N. Y., Marketing
V Marshal Squad, Dawn Patrol, Service Pin,
ly Honor Roll, Language Squad Aide.
"He's eversharp-push, pull, Glick, Glick."
F RICHARD J. GLUCK
N. Y. U., to get most out of life
,.. , ,S Attendance Ottice Aide, Marshal Squad,
1 4' PSAL Award, Intramurals.
l1"M A - "l can't attord to waste my time making
Nt, gm' money."
r C GENESE s. com "Ginny"
A ul .iw Brandeis, To work in the theater
'V ' Play Production, Beacon, Social Studies
Honor Society, Junior Arista.
"Closest thing to a live Statue of Liberty."
HENRY GOLDBERG "Hank"
,. Maryland University, Real estate.
is CR Marshal Squad, Biology Lab Squad, Service
T, 'll Award.,.Gym Sqaud Awards.
N V W " "Ambition has no rest."
HILDA M. GOLDBERG ffnindyff
lf? 1 State Tech, Dental Assistant
, N Attendance Squad
"Secret, self-contained, ana' quiet as an
" "" , oyster."
LEE M. GOLDBERG "Willie"
2: ,T University of Buffalo, Medicine
gi' Z 'V' "Where there's a will, there's a way."
f Q? PATRICIA GOLDEN "Pai"
,I I Ex N.Y.C. Community College, Dental Hygienist
it ' G.O. Representative, General Office Aide,
Health Education Aide.
"Silence is silver, speech is golden."
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LISA A. GOLDENBERG "Lee" JUDITH GOLDLEAF "Judy" LORA E. GOLDMAN
University of Illinois, Bacteriologist Queens, Fashion illustrator College, English Teacher
G.O. Publicity Committee, G.O. Sales Com- Service Pin, Forest Hills Letter, Typing Forester Literary Staff Civilization Club
mittee, Service Certificate, Honor Roll. Award, Health Ed. Ottice Aide. Service Award Biology Lab Squad
"She walks in eternal sunshine." "Fashion is her fancy." "First over the fence in pursuit of culture
AUDREY GOLDENSTEIN JOAN R. GOLDMAN RICHARD M GOLDROSEN Micky
Barnard, History Teacher New York University, Musical Comedy New York State College Millionaire
Social Studies Honor Society, Junior and Chorus, Math Oltice Aide. Chess Club, Civilization Club Section Aide
Senior Arsita, Switchboard Operator. "l'll sing you a song and it won't be a "He is well paid who is well satisfied
"May not make history, but will teach it." sad one."
Miss Margaret Gloster
English Book Room, Cafeteria Office.
"She'll make any boss happy."
BERNICE M. GOLDSTEIN "Bunny"
Junior and Senior Arista, Attendance Office
Aide, Business Staff of Forester, Secretary
to Mr. Runge, Service Pin.
"As merry as the day is long."
CARYL B. GOLDSTEIN
Adelphi, Merchandise Consultant
G.O. Office Aide, Park School Aide.
"l'd walk a mile for one ot her smiles."
DONALD GOLDSTEIN "Donnie"
C. C. N. Y., To become a C. P. A.
"He knows his figures well."
Cooper Union, Aeronautical Engineer
Junior Varsity Basketball Team, G.O.
Councilman, Honor Service Society, Chess
"Life is one big step."
NORMAN R. GOLDSTEIN
Varsity Track Team, Senior Prom Chairman,
Forester Art Staff, Service Award, Sergeant
"A modest warrior has his charms."
RICHARD S. GOLDSTEIN
"Never say die."
University of Buffalo
Literary Staff of Beacon, Literary Stat?
of Forester, Track Team, Cross Country
Team, Chemistry Class President.
"A collegiate 'little Napoleon.
University of Pennsylvania, Lawyer
Service Award, PSAL Award, Squad Award,
Marshal Squad, Photography Club.
"Ignorance of the law excuses no man
from practicing it."
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Syracuse, Teacher ,qi
Library Aide, Assistant Principal's Ottice 5 l'
Aide, Admissions Oftice Aide.
"Modesty is the synonym."
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Simmons College, Fashion Buyer
Cheerleader, Service Pin, Forest Leaves
G.O. Publicity Committee, Honor Cert.
"The observed of all observers."
MARJORIE K. GOREFF
Literary Staff of Forest Leaves, Jr. Arista,
Health Ed. Ottice Aide, Service Award.
"Collegiate, oh yes are we Collegiate."
"Gentle in mind, beniticent of mind."
ANITA L. GOULD
"Where there's music, there can't be
Girl's Emergency Room Aide.
"Only a sweet and virtuous soul."
BARBARA C. GREENBERG
Queens, To have my own women's clothing
General Office Aide.
"Earnest and willing."
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HARVEY I. GREENE
N.Y.U., To be a certified accountant
Service Squad, School Newspaper.
"A good reason why girls go to a coed
"I would rather sing Grand Opera, than
listen to it."
LINDA A. GREENGARD
Play Pro., Chorus, Literary Editor of Forester,
Civilization Club, Forest Leaves.
"She who has an art, has everywhere a
GERALD N. GREENHUT "Jerry"
Farmingdale, Retail Meat Business
Marshal Squad, Gym Team.
"Here's a boy who'll 'meat' success."
MYRNA B. GREENSTEIN
Northeastern, Elementary School teacher
Hebrew Culture Club, Forest Office Aide,
Guidance Ottice Aide.
"Teaching is her goal."
EMILY E. GRIFFLER
Service Pin, Library Squad, Junior Arista,
Senior Arista, Park Ottice Aide.
"The way to be happy is to make others
STEPHEN M. GRONFEIN "Steve"
City College, Business Administration
Play Pro., Jr. Arista, Marshal Squad,
Audio Visual Squad.
"A merry heart that laughs at Care."
Adelphi, Executive Secretary
Girl's health ed. Aide, Hill Office Aide,
Social Studies Department Aide.
"A lion is society, a tiger for publicity."
lOther schoolj Ottice Aide, Attendance
"Everything new, is time."
DAVID I. GROSSER
Co-Captain ot Handball Team, Marshal
Squad, Biology lab. Assistant, P.O.D.
"The boy with the school girl complex-ion."
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ROBERT J. GROSSFELD "Bob" SONYA R. GUGGENHEIM "Sonny"
Queens, T.V. director
Photography Squad, Marshal Squad,
"If I represent anything, it will be my
BERNETTE GRUBMAN "Binnie"
University ot Rochester, Elementary Teacher
Arista, Potpourri, Drama Guild.
"Elementary, my dear Binnie, that you'll
be a good teacher."
French Club, Hebrew Culture Club, Civili-
zation Club, Junior Band.
"This will be the only sonny at Radclittef'
RICHARD D. GUTTENTAG "Dickie"
Law Office, Lawyer
Intramural Award, Marshal Squad.
"From little sparks may burst a mighty
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ROBERT B. HASS
Clarkson, Marine Engineer
Marshal Squad, Chess Club.
"May Haas have whatever is to be had.'
NORMAN P. HAFKlN
William and Mary
Bowling Team, Bowling Intramurals, Mar
shal Squad, Section President, PSAL.
"Strike this man on your list."
KATHLEEN M. HAGAN "Kathy"
Flower Fitth Ave. Nursing School, Nurse
Chorus, Newman Club, Attendance Squad.
"A girl tor Mama to be proud ot."
JOAN M. HAHN
Junior and Senior Arista, Beacon, Service
Pin, Jr. Unesco and Borough Discussion
"It takes cleverness to conceal clevernessf'
ELEANOR J. HALKIN "Ellie"
Treasurer's Office, Assistant PrincipaI's
Office, Secretary and Treasurer ot Section
Class, Service Pin.
"Everythings just 'Ducky."'
THOMAS R. HALLICK "Tommy"
St. John's, Certified Public Accountant
"A perfect gentleman in word and deed."
ROGER J. HALOUA
Managing Editor of "French-American
Student," President of Language Honor
Society, Social Studies Honor Society, Band
"All the world loves a lover . '
ILENE G. HALPERN
"Behold! A lass with long, dark hair."
CAROLE A. HALPERT
University of Wisconsin, Speech Therapy
Forest Leaves, Beacon Distribution, Secre-
tary in Marshal Ottice, Meritorious Service
Award, Honor Roll.
"So sweet she could be rationea'."
GAIL R. HANDELSMAN
University of Connecticut, Dancer
Cheerleader, Meritorious Service Award,
President and Vice President of Section
Class, Girls Varsity Team.
"Cheer, cheer! for a dancing doll."
SANDRA S. HANNINGTON "Sandie"
"She's afraid of a mouse, but, oh, how she
loves those wolves."
ROBERT L. HARRIS "Doc"
Captain Corps, Gym Team, Track Team,
Silver PSAL Awards.
"Bob is fun and a track star, too."
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STEPHEN- HARRIS "sieve" MARY s. HAsTALls BARBARA J. HAYNES I 'Qf'iDti5'sandy"
"Some people have a perfect genious for
doing nothing and doing it assidiouslyf'
DOROTHY R. HARTER "Dottie"
Byrn Mawr, Medicine
Junior Arista, Senior Arista, Co-Editor of
Forester, Business Stott of Forester, Service
"As the occasion, so the behavior
Leaders Club, Treasurer of Leaders, 7"
F.H. Letter, Service Award.
"An amiable girl who's got what it takes."
University ot Rhode Island
Band, Orchestra, Track Team, Service Pin,
"Actions speak louder . . '
Queens College, Veterinarian
History Ottice Aide, Attendance Oftice Aide,
Newman Club, Honor Roll, Senior Council.
"She'll be the rainbow in lite's storm."
Mr. Leed's secretary, Math Team,
"She 'figures' to be a success in anything
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University of Vermont
Cutting Office Aide, Hill Office Aide,
"Beauty is omnipotent . . . "
PAUL M. HIRSCH
Arista, Science Honor Society, Track Team,
G.O. Councilman, Senior Band.
"Laughter-the best 'medicinef'
KATHRYN E HEIMBERG "Kathy"
Queens College, Agriculture
Chorus, Attendance Award, Guidance
Ohice Aide, Museum Curator, Service
"She'lI make a cute farmer's daughter."
HERBERT M. HEKLER
Queens College, Chemical Engineer
Senior Arista, Junior Arista, Vice-President
of Social Studies Honor Society, Junior
"The greatest truths are the simplest and
so are the greatest men."
PETER R. HELLER
Marshal Squad, Band, 3 Silver PSAL
"I can resist everything except temptation."
LISA R. HERSHAN
Syracuse University, Elementary School
Honor Roll, Exceptional Service Award,
English Office, Forest Office, Language
"Lisa-loving, interesting, sweet, adorable
MADELINE HERSHMAN "Maddy"
Queens College, Elementary School Teacher
Play Production, Language Otfice Club,
Forest Leaves Staff.
"Busy souls have no time to be busy
FREDERICK P. HEWITT
"He's flying high."
JOAN S. HILBERT
Senior Arista, Senior Council Representa-
tive, Forest Leaves, Literary Staff, Chan-
ulcah Assembly Dancer, General Office Aide
"She dances well to whom Fortune pipes."
CCNY, Stock Broker
PSAL Award, Chorus.
"Chance comes to all, but to change chance
to account is the gift of a few."
DOLORES L. HILLMER
Junior Chorus, Senior Chorus, Finian's
"A good nature with a 14 karat heart to
DOLORES R. HIRSCH
Secretary, Legal Secretary
Exceptional Service Award, Library Staff,
Forest Office Aide, Admissions Office Aide.
"Sweet as any Hirsch-y bar none."
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Social Studies Office Aide.
"Annette, Please say 'strong."'
MARSHA R. HOCHBERG
Brooklyn College, Court Stenographer
Stenography-typing Award, Stenographer-
typist in Forest Office, Service Pin.
"She can type faster than you can say it."
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JANE R. HOFFENBERG
Boston University, Teaching
Play Production, G.O. Publicity Committee,
G.O. Social Committee, Service Award.
"She was doing the mambo . . . "
JILL J. HOFFMAN
Sarah Lawrence, Actress
Play Production, Publicity Committee for
G.O., Art Office Aide, Park Office Aide.
"Her heart and soul are in the stage."
Dr. Albert F. Graa
Dont squander time,
that is the stutt life is made ot."
MADELINE P. HORN "Maddy"
Queens College, Teacher
Bio Lab. Squad, Hill Office Aide.
"Information seems to stem out of me
ARNOLD L. HOROWlTZ
Marshal Squad, Captains Corps.
"Captain, oh Captain, our fearful trip is
BARBARA A. HOROWITZ "Bobby"
N.Y,U., Home Economist
Park Ottice Aide, Cutting Oltice Aide.
"The discovery of a new dish brings more
delight than the discovery of a new star."
MARCIA A. HOWARD
Secretary, Legal Stenographer
Hill Ottice Aide, Mr. Delman's Ottice Aide,
Volley Ball Team.
"She's got that certain something."
Hunter College, Teacher
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Library Squad, Emergency Room, Sergeant 4,1 f
of the Marshal Squad, Chorus, Ottice Aide. - -
"For a iollie good booke, whereon to looke, in V
is better to me than Goldef' Q. ,Za 41,
Tufts, Engineering .
Senior Orchestra, Track Team, Service Pin, I T
Arista, Honor Roll. x 1 N .
"Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers." A V L 'it
RUTH M. lCKRATH -. QW..
Sten Speed Club, Forester Art Staff, Play
Production, Newman Club. X X
"A girl of many talents." T
FRANCES K. IGER V "Fran" 73 5' 0
Pembroke, Fashion Illustration . X 3-
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Arista, Play Production, Co-Editor ot X' '
Forester Art Stott, .Iunior UNESCO, Service .kv Q., .
"Vitality plus versatility equal popularity."
ELAINE H. ITZKOWITZ
Miami University, Buyer
Language Office Aide, Attendance Monitor,
"Our Minnie ha-ha, we mean Elaine ha, ,Q
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BETTE .l. JACOBI f- V
Pembroke, Success i2,,MV ' VV.,
Audio Visual Squad, G.O. Representative, Ri My 1
Jr. Arista, Hebrew Certificate, Service Pin. ii' TJ
"Common Sense and Good Advice." 'ILT
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ARLENE JACOBOWITZ BARBARA L. JACOBSON Kzti N '
Cornell, Teacher 5eCI'Gtory 4 - :-L- 4 0 f t
Senior Arista, Leaders, Problems of De G.O. Councilman, Play Production. ttice Aide for Mr. Lapp
mocracy, Social Studies Honor Society. "Pretty to walk with and witty to talk with." " I 1,4 ning, the joy of art."
"Tall, thin and sweet like licorice." HEI-ENE TV JACOBSON 111-ippyff JQA A. ' I
Queens College, Model PTCITT, AClV9l'flSlf19 ,
BARBARA JACOBS UBObbi'
N.Y,U, Elementary School Teacher
Section Class President, Teacher's Aide,
Cutting Squad, Senior Council.
"Our sugar baby, sweet and refined."
Chorus, Section President, Service Award,
Senior Council, G.O. Ottice Aide.
"Composed of beauty, of courage and
"Go and catch a falling star."
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Civilization Club, Switchboard Operator,
Math Oftice Aide, General Office Aide,
"When once the itch of literature comes
over one, nothing will cure it but the
scratching of a pen!"
ELSA E. JAKOBSONS "Kandi"
Syracuse, Dramatic Actress
"Sweet as sugar-Kandi"
DAVID F. JAMES
Secretary ot Math Club, Secretary of He-
brew Culture Club, Representative of
FHHS to Hebrew Culture Council for NYC.
"This man David, his noble mien beguilesf'
SONDRA P. JAMES "Sandy"
Program Ottice, Art Stott of Forester,
Junior Arista, Meritorious Service Award,
"Smiling face and twinkling eyes."
BRUCE G. JANO
Health Education Teacher
Track Team, Marshal Squad, Captain
Corps, Gym Team, Track Intramural.
"There are two things a real man loves,
danger and play."
Secretary, Court Stenographer
"When Joy is near ioy is everywhere."
University ot Pittsburgh, Civil Engineer
"Gentle in action, resolute in action."
STANLEY JARMON "Stan"
Tennis Team, Senior Band, Runner up in
Tennis Intramurals, Service Award.
"What a racket he has!"
BRUCE M. JASLOW
Baseball Team, Track Team, Cross Country,
I xi , ga Q Section President, Three Varsity Letters.
i L, ,, ' . 'r 'S ' "He's on the right 'track' when it comes
3 ft,-4 ' to sports."
AN' Q .g BRUCE E. JENSEN
' Middlebury, Psychology Professor
i- Orchestra, Captain Corps, Marshal Squad.
"A fest breaks no bones."
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Tufts, Medical Doctor
Mcrshal Squad, Math Club,
"Patient men win the day."
ANNY L. JUNGBLUT
Art Center-Los Angeles,
French Club, Newman Club.
"Parlez-vous francais, Anny?"
DIANNE A. JURAN
Problems of Democracy, Borough Discus-
sion, Ottice Aide in Attendance Office.
"Dangerous curves ahead."
Orchestra, Junior Arista, Honor Roll, Ex-
ceptional Service Award.
"Forest Hills' loss is Radclifte's gain."
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Cortland University, Teacher
Junior Arista, Library Stott, Forest Leaves
Staff, President of Section, Tutor.
"Good things come in small packages."
LEONARD M. KAHN
Syracuse, Automotive Designer
Marshal Squad, Golf Team, Cutting Ottice.
"He does all he Kahn."
Pace Business College, Business World
Forest Leaves, English Book Room.
"A bundle ot laughs."
MONA KAHN . 5 R
Queens , tv' isis'-
Problems of Democracy, Forest Freshman Fw? ,
Rep., Senior Prom Committee, Forest Ofiice . v . f '
.W A Aide, UNESCO ' '
if Pai "Small in stature, big in voice."
I -ef RENATE c. KAHN "Ronnie"
Attendance Office, Civilization Club, Office
"She says a thousand pleasant things." ' fx
sHARoN M. KAMEN " A "
Insurance, Broker ' 'I
f I , Boys' Health Ed. Office, Forest Office. T
"A personality that wins friends and keeps V 1 'J
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L is Queens
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x s K "lt is the tranquil person who accomplishes
i X much." '
,X 1' JARED s. KAMINSKY
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'PAA Fencing Team, Lt. on Dawn Patrol, Beacon. .K '
.ft "Reminds us ot a Cyrano with a nose fob." ,IVV :I J
sLMoNA J. KAMRASCH . ilu A
I Brandeis University, Speech Therapist L f gif ,'
" L Foreign Language Squad, Meritorious Serv-
ice Certiticate, French Honor Certificate, '
Honor Roll, G.O. Sales Committee.
"lt's a long way to great neck."
JHAN H, KAO CR ,,, Z-
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Mr. Jerome Harmon Jr. UNESCO, Assistant Editor of Forester g
Art Staff, Civilization Club, History Honor '-my
Society, Borough Discussion Group. i ' I av
"Tolcyo's gain is our loss." L. y f ' V 1 Q
ELIZABETH A. KAPLAN 'fLi1" i '
Program Committee, High Honor Roll.
"Small in size but wordly wise."
ELLEN w. KAPLAN '
Biochemist 4? W , 6'
Science Honor Society, Beacon, Senior - 25"
Arista, Girl Leader of Junior Arista, Editor P, 'ZF'
of Social Studies Honor Society Journal. I X
"Refined, intelligent, and admirably '75,
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HARVEY KAPLAN RITA KAPLAN STEPHEN R. KAPLAN "Buddy"
Queens, Engineer Queens, Teacher Medicine
Intramurals, PSAL Award, Marshal Squad.
"He's rugged, wall to wall rugged."
IRWIN E. KAPLAN
President of Senior Class, Boy Leader ot
Junior Arista, Treasurer of Senior Arista,
Social Studies Honor Society Play Pro.
"The pride ot the class and he enjoys it."
Junior Arista, Service Pin, General Oftice,
"But joy is wisdom."
American University, Teacher
Band, Beacon, Attendance Ottice Aide, Jr.
Dramatic Club, Mr. DeIman's Otiice.
Remember that Peacock feather."
Honor Roll, Captain of Swimming Team.
"He can teach the fish how to swim."
ELAINE A. KAPP
Leaders Club, Forest Hills 7" Letter, Service
Pin, Biology Lab Squad, Orchestra.
"She'll be the Kopp on success's bottle."
Executive Secretary, Court Stenographer.
"A treat for any senior class."
2 M .s S, IRWIN KARP
I ,g X ' Syracuse, Marketing and Law
.l 'Ns E Band, Ticket Squad, Service Pin, Tutor,
1 1 Marshal Squad.
L' A "A great guy has many friends!"
Th SANDRA D. KARP 'fsfmdyf'
Ottice Aide, Aide in Study Hall, Table Cap- I
tain in Cafeteria.
"Womanhood's gift to manhood." I
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I Q an it N.Y.U., Dentist X
"A I Section Class Treasurer.
"He'll need a lot of pull for this job." 'TAPI
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i' A Tufts, Engineering ag,
xg ' I l'5T"- Senior Prom Committee, G.O. Council, "T
Service Pin, Senior Council, Junior and ' f
Senior Arista. V N -
"Above my fortunes, yet my state as well, ' I, '
.rx I am a gentleman." - V '
" 83 GLORIA s. KATZ . ' I 79' " SEQ, km Private Secretary SG
rs' Beacon Stott, Flying Pen Club, Attendance
L 5' Office.
K "Gloria is the coolest of Katz."
SANDRA KATZ 'fsandy'
University of Pennsylvania, Medical tech-
Business Staff of Forester, Chemistry and
Physics Squad, Attendance Squad, Meritori-
gg ous Service Award, Truant Officer Aide.
L. "To know her is to love her."
ti' ,..., ELLEN J. KAUFMAN
Attendance Office, Marshal in Cafeteria,
Social Committee, Chairman of History
"Her face is her fortune."
3 Forest Leaves, Biology Lab, Debating Club.
4 ' t "All about Eva . . ."
-L: PETER E. KAUTZ "Pete"
" A- Duke University, Science Field
' Swimming Team. Lt. on Dawn Patrol, Sgt.
Y on Marshal Squad, 'lst Lt. in Gym.
"A Dulce in any university."
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HERBERT C. KAY LEE G, KEISER CAROLE L. KERN
University at Pennsylvania, Economics Boston University, Actress Ursinus, Teacher
Social Studies Honor Society, Service So- Play Production, Editor French American
ciety, Problems of Democracy, Intramurals, Student, Arista, Language Honor Society.
PSAL Awards. "Ah! the play's the thing."
"He is able to think because he is able." JUDY KEMENY
EDWARD F. KEELE Corsetier
N.Y.S. Maritime College, Marine Engineer G.O. Rep.
Marshal Squad, Newman Club. "She's pulled a real bone-er!l"
"Don't get his Irish up!"
Service in another school.
"Of few words, but to great effect."
ELLIN KESSLER "Ellie"
Flower 5th Nursing Psychiatric Nurse
Aide in Attendance Office and Program
"Help thy neighbor, help thyself."
FRANK J. KING
N.Y.U., Manutacture Textiles
Marshal Squad, Service Pin, Captain Corps
in Gym, Host Squad.
"His handshake makes a very good tourni-
CARIN E. KIRSCHNER
State Tech, Lab Technician
Junior Band, Junior Red Cross Rep. from
"Her modesty conceals her charms."
LAWRENCE Y. KIRSCHNER "Larry"
Sgt. on Marshal Squad, Dawn Patrol.
"Knowledge is Power."
STEPHEN D. KLAIDMAN
University ot Illinois
Track Team, Lt. Marshal Squad.
"A man worth knowing is worth knowing
PETER L. KLAUSNER "Pete"
Wharton School ot Finance, Certified Public
G.O. Representative, Soccer Team, Sr.
"May all go well for 'Pete's sake'."
RENEE L. KLEEMAN
Tobe Colburn, Fashion Designer
History OFtice, Emergency Room.
"Bright as a new minted penny."
MARION ..I. KLEIN
N.Y.U., Business Subiects Teacher
Senior Greeting Committee, Junior Arista,
Beacon, Service Pin, Admissions Office.
"A head tor business and a heart for a
STEPHEN A. KLEIN
City College, "Playboy"
"What did l get out
of high school?
RUTH I. KLETSKIN
Senior Band, Ottice Aide, Civilization Club.
"City girl with a country heart."
I :LSA M. KLOTZMAN
Forest Leaves, Play Production, History
Honor Society, Girl Prom Chairman.
"To see her is a picture, to hear her is a
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Service Squad, Chorus.
"Her future is sure to be lrbenttul."
CARL S. KOENIG
Co4Chairman Science Honor Society, Treas-
urer of Social Studies Honor Society.
"Forest Hills' answer to Einstein."
JOAN E. KOGEL
Vassar, "Win Nobel Prize in Chemistry"
Leaders, P.O.D., Engineering Club, Junior
"A noble aim
MARY L. KOH
Newman Club, Corresponding Secretary.
"A lot ot personality in a little room."
deserves a 'Nobel' Prize."
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Service Squad, Captain Gym Squad, G.O.
Councilman, Track Team, Silver Pin Award
"All I know is what l read in the news-
SANDRA M. KORENTHAL "Scndy'
Secretary or Dancer
"And she danced her way to tame."
FRED B. KRIEGER
"His prescription for
from a bottle."
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Track Team, Orchestra, G.O. Councilman,
Junior Arista, Marshal
"Who gives you better advice than
JAY D. KORNBERG
l.l.U., Medical Doctor
P.S.A.L. Awards, Marshal Squad.
"Nature heals, the doctor takes the fee."
JUDITH B. KORNBLUH "Judy"
Queens, Social Worker
Library Aicle, Park Ottice, Hebrew Culture
Club, Columbus Day Parade.
"Friends she will always have."
RlTA R. KOSARIN
State Tech., Dental Hygienist
English Office, Study Hall Secretary, At-
tendance Oftice, Marshal Squad.
"There's no cosmetic like happiness."
INA B. KRAKOWER
Business Machines Operator
"A short stick of dynamite."
JUDITH M. KRAMER "Judi"
Biology Office Aide, Program Ottice Aide,
"Always in vogue."
MADELYN KRAMER "Maddy"
Junior Arista, Park OFtice Aide, Stenogra-
pher and Typist in Forest Office.
"Shy, retiring and nice to know."
AUDREY G. KRASNY
Junior Arista, Beacon, Service 'for Park
School, Problems of Democracy, :fonor Roll.
"And gladly would she learn and gladly
BARBARA KRAUSE "Bobby"
Play Pro, Leaders, Forester Staff, Junior
and Senior Arista, Orchestra.
"A multitude of talents."
ELIZABETH M. KRAUSS "Liz"
"I am myself, my own commander."
SHEILA E. KREITMAN
Queens, Child Counselor
Play Pro, Social Studies Office.
"The world is but a stage . . "
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ROSE R. KRONSBERG
University of Alabama, Secretary
"This Rose by any other name would be
CONSTANCE C. KRUG 'fnpprf
Marymount College, Journalism
Mr. Barlett's Oltice, Newman Club.
"For my first exclusive . . ."
Mr. lrving Heller
HARRIET R. KRYSHKA
Brooklyn, to secure my M.R.S. degree
"Gamin is, as gamin does."
St. John's, Business Administration
Newman Club, Marshal Squad.
"For he's a jolly good fellow."
SEYMOUR KULICK "Sy"
Lehigh, Business Career
Captain of Basketball Team, Junior Arista,
Service Pin, Shop Award.
"He could live tor two months on a good
Katharine Gibbs Business College, Secretary
Newman Club, Honor Roll.
"Smiling tace and twinkling eyes."
NORMAN A. KUNIN "Norm"
C.C.N.Y., Civil Engineer
P.S.A.L. Awards, Engineering Club, G.O.
Councilman, Marshal Squad.
"Let's have another cup ot Lipton tea."
ALFRED KURZ "Freddy"
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Orchestra, Senior Arista, Math Club, Mar- ik in X1
T shal Squad, Engineering Club. . M '
,Q ' "l prefer o comfortable vice to a virtue X- '
that bores." 'T '
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l, E I R , Barnard, To travel around the world 2,
5 ' " l , Social Studies Honor Society, Language
cl X Honor Society, Junior and Senior Arista. .
pm DJ, ffmade to nf her halo." , .R 7,.
X T mme LANDER ,P 'JV
l Y Oberlin College, Teaching Q," J.
in l t Problems at Democracy, Jr. UNESCO, Civili- ,WIS
l 1 u l L zation Club, Language Honor Society. ' A' X Xi .g N
it Q "History is merely gossip, that's why l c '
l Y, love it so." X l
3 ' GEORGE LANG
:Knee-'Of N.Y.U., Civil Engineering
Library Squad, Marshal Squad.
"Let George do it, he's the man of the
time." , ,WF - . 5
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Queens, Teacher TWC! GZ'
Business Manager of the French-American , 'rev-
Student, Hebrew Club, Civilization Club. ' '
Mrs' Ellzabelh Huebener "She needs no LANTERn, she shines by her V , ,
own light." L 5' l
ROSE ANN LARKlN
Stenographer, Private Secretary .Y '
Arista, Newman Club, Flying Pens Club, M'
Service Pin. , H .
"By Gregg, she's good." his I E -
Flon MARIA LARRACHE "Flor" 1 ly y
Queens, Businesswoman H 1
Chorus, Marshal Squad, Library Stott.
"She says with her eyes what others need .V - 1
words to say." x
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BARRY M. LASNER EDITH R. LAULICHT "Edi" JOSE LAZARO
Orchestra, Other school service.
"You that in music do delight."
GILDA M. LATORRACA "Jill"
Newman Club, Flying Pens Club, Teacher's
Aide in the Business Office.
"Let the girl who does wish to be idle fall
Beacon, Edit, Forest Leaves, Forester Staff,
Guidance Office Aide.
"Dependable, Commenclable, and Recom-
CAROL S. LAURETZ
Arista, History Honor Society, Beacon, Jr.
Unesco, Problems ot Democracy.
"Vogue, take notice."
University of New Mexico
"An asset to Uncle Sam."
Annapolis, Electrical Engineer
Stage Manager, All City High
chestra, Senor Band, Orchestra.
"Great behind the scenes."
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KENNETH A. LEON "Ken"
Ohio State, B.A. and B.S. Degrees
Swimming Team, Varsity Letter Club, Boys'
Emergency Room Marshal, Honor English.
Receptionist, Jewelry Showroom Assistant
Attendance Ottice Squad.
"Charming and full ot lite!"
JOHN C. LEGLER "Jack"
Cross-country, Track Team.
"He's building tor the future."
ALLYN D. LEHRER
Queens, To be a Linguist
Language Office Aide, Honor Certificate
for High Average, Columbus Day Parade.
"Full of lite and spirit."
C. ROBERT LEICHTER "Bob"
University of Alabama, New Car Dealer
Lt. on Marshal Squad, Forester Art Staff,
G.O. Representative, Play Pro, lntramurals.
"Before I begin to speak, l want to say
Senior Prom Committee, Exceptional Serv-
ice Award, Forest Office Aide, Forest
Leaves, Library Aide.
JON E. LEIFER
Columbia, Business Administration and Law
Beacon Staff, Forester Staff, Track and
Tennis, Bowling, Boro Discussion Leader.
"A boy who bowls everyone over."
JEROME LEIGHTON "Jerry"
Syracuse, M.D. Pharmacist
Marshal Squad, Vice President of Section,
"He won't be 'late in' gaining success."
WALLACE L. LEINHEARDT "Wally"
G.O. Councilman, Sgt. on Marshal Squad,
Lt. on Dawn Patrol, Service Award.
"He's as apt as he is eager."
Math Office, Math Award, Marshal Squad,
Assistant Principal's Ottice.
"Reaching for the sky and almost there."
NORMA S. LENT
Business Manager of Beacon, Business Staff
of Forester, Aide in Admissions Office.
"A teacher affects eternity, he can never
tell where his influence stops."
JERRY M. LEO
Senior Band, Marshal Squad, Marched in
"Leo, the Lion!"
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HARVEY M. LESSER
Queens College, Scientist
Chemistry and Physics Lab. Assistant, Bio
Lab. Assistant, Bus Ticket Squad.
"What would school be without science?"
G.O. Senate, Marshal Squad, Honor Roll,
Forest Leaves Business Staff, Bowling ln-
"Why is it that big men like little girls?"
"lf you keep one eye on yesterday
and one eye on tomorrow,
today is sure to be cockeyed
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BEVERLY A. LEVINE
Katharine Gibbs Business School, Sec.
Attendance Office Aide, Science Office
Aide, Secretary of Section.
"Carefree gay-come what may."
Brooklyn College of Pharmacy, Pharmacist
Chem. and Physics Lab Assistant, Junior
"He has a good prescription tor success."
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LINDA K. LEVINE "l-in"
Senior Council, Beacon, Civilization Club,
Dramatic English, Boys' Health Ed. Office.
"The best way to a man's heart is through
MARSHA N. LEVINE
Queens, To run a nursery school
"Sweeter than the honey in a honey comb."
SONDRA A. LEVINE "Cosy"
Ithaca, Musical Comedy
Emergency Room Aide, Junior Dramatics,
Meritorious Service Award, Section Aicle.
"Let there be light."
University of Alabama, Costume Designer
General Ofiice Aide.
"Stars fell on Alabama."
HARRIET M. LEVlTZ
"As merry as the day is long."
University of Vermont, Teaching
Group Discussion, Secretary of Leaders
Club, Service Pin, F.H. Athletic Letter, G.O.
- Section Councilman.
Mr. Benton R. Leeds
ROBERTA B. LEVY
"A smile on her lips, a twinkle in her eye."
SANDRA M. LEVY "Sandy"
Junior Arista, Senior Arista, Beacon, Play
"The spark on the firecrackerf'
ROBERT M. LEWIS "Bob"
Georgia Tech., Electrical Engineer
Foreign Language Office Squad.
"A rambling wreck for Georgia Tech."
SANDRA LEWIS "Sandy"
Emergency Room Aide, Civilization Club.
"A happy heart goes all day."
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Business, Law Stenographer
Hill Oftice, Typist in Attendance Office.
"She never looks for trouble, trouble looks
SONDRA LINDENBAUM "Sandy"
Queens, Language Teacher
Senior Arista, Language Honor Society.
"She listens to the voice of success."
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University of Conn., Teacher
Exceptional Service Award, Junior Arista,
Girls Health Ed. Dept., Drama Guild.
"To be good is noble, but to teach others
to be good is nobler."
RHODA LIONELL "Rho"
Queens, Public Relations Counselor
Secretary ot the G.O., Forest Junior Rep-
resentative, Beacon, Jr. Arista, Service Pin.
"Ring the bell with Lionellf'
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ANITA S. LIPSON
Service Certificate, Beacon Staff, Program
Off., Girls Emergency Room, Language Ott.
"Someday she'll teach the Pope Latin."
ELLEN L. LIPSON
Aide in Mr. Delman's Office, Service Pin.
"Men make laws, women make manners."
HOWARD L. UPTON "Howie"
President of Service Honor Society, Marshal
and Usher Squads, P.S.A.L. Awards.
,ax .As V .X "The instinct of ownership is fundamental
xx ' wel in man's nature."
ROBERT LIPTON 'faobff
Mi Adelphi, Certified Public Accountant
I Junior Band, Marshal Squad, Yearbook.
I "He's an artist-he draws women."
RONALD S. LISSMAN
I Syracuse, Patent Attorney
F va? :I 3 "He holds a patent on success."
s RITA LOBL
wg? . N.Y.U., Teaching
- ,K Otiicial Teacher's Aide, Vice-Pres. of Sec-
' kj Q tion, Marshal Squad, Miss CoghIan's Aide.
I "A good heart is worth gold."
University of Illinois, Engineering
Varsity Basketball, Golf Team, Marshal
Squad, P.S.A.L. Award, Varsity Letter Club.
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qs iv 12:11 Draftsman
N' k Leiut. on Marshal Squad, Chorus.
ST' I Louise M. LUBELL "Tallu"
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Ag X- "But, dah-ling!"
V MYRNA LUBELL "Taffy"
, , University of Michigan, Writer
'N ai . fr: Junior Arista, Beacon, Chorus, Health Ed.
bv QL. Department Aide, High Honor Roll.
'ri' ti' "A writer is rarely so well inspired as when
I ' she talks about herself."
X- CONSTANCE LUBIN "Connie"
Queens College, Educational Guidance
Beacon Reporter, Senior Band, Greeters'
Committee, Junior Arista.
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f LYNN LURIA
' gh' Q Philosopheress
W x-' ,. bk Board of Assistants on Beacon, Junior
I 'J Arista, Civilization Club, Senior Greeters.
"I shot a poem into the air, it was reprinted
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N.Y.U., Business Hofstra College, Secretary University of Alabama, Business
P.S.A.L. Award, Intramural Award, Captain Reporter for the Beacon. Audio Visual Squad, Lt. on Marshal Squad,
Corps, Marshal Sq., Meritorious Service. "lt's nice to be natural when you're natu- Usher Squad.
"Good at tight, better at play." rally nice." "He stops and asks tor it-a pass that is."
ROBERT B. MacCRAW "Bob" BARBARA J. MAIER "Bobbi" JOHN E. MALONEY
Wagner, Lawyer University of Michigan, Social Worker Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, Engineering
Meritorious Service Award, English Book- Senior Arista, Greeters Club, Section Treas- Honor Roll, Marshall Squad,
room Aide. urer, Service Pin, History Honor Society. "Observe the opportunity!"
"On his political toes." "Those who bring sunshine into the lives
of others cannot keep it from themselves."
NINA E. A. MAMMANO
Newman Club, Mrs. Greentield's Aide.
"This girl is wise-personality wise."
SHEILA MANES "Shelly"
Service in another school, Typist in Gym
Ottce, Volleyball Medal.
"She will achieve the Manes aims in life."
LEONARD MARANS "Lenny"
Long Island University, Business World
Captain on Marshal Squad, Service Pin.
"A wise man knows everything, a shrewd
HAROLD H. MARCONE
Cross-Country, Captain of Track Team, Lt.
on Marshal Squad.
"Destined to make tracks."
WARREN R. MARCUS
Bowling Team, Marshal Squad, Bowling
Intramural, Vice-President of Section.
"Here's to women-once our superior, now
JACK G. MARK
Photography Club, Engineering Club, Sgt.
on Marshal Squad, Emergency Room Aide.
"A little backward about coming forward,
but go in all directions."
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n or Greeters Sophomore Representative
n Park School Senior Treasurer of Section
Jun r Prom Social Committee GO
DOROTHY MARQUARDT Dotty"
' E E E 'Marks' the top of everyone's best
Switchboard Operator in Gen. Otiice, Ex-
ceptional Service Award, Section Secretary.
"The essence of refinement."
MICHAEL M. MASLANSKY
Service in another school lPertorming Artsl
"A whitt' of grease paint."
RlCHARD A. MASS "Richie"
Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, Engineering
Marshal Squad, Junior Band, Stage Crew
tor Play Production.
"An engineer with a record mind."
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M.l.T., Electrical Engineer
Dawn Patrol, Treasurer, Engineering Club,
Honor Roll, Electronics Maintenance Force.
"We know why he took steno."
THOMAS l. McGUlNNESS
St. John's University, Law Enforcement
"Give me the ready hand rather than the
Cornell University, Teacher
Leaders Club, Junior Arista, S
Tutoring, President of Section.
"irish eyes are always smiling."
FLORENCE T. MCKIERNAN
"Humor, wit, and honesty."
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BARBARA G. MEER
Arista, Leaders Honor Society, Section Cap-
tain, Meritorious Service Adl, French Cert.
"Her accomplishments, more than Meer luck."
NORMA G. MEER
Sec. in Boys Health Ed. Ottice, Sec. in Eng-
lish Office, Meritorious Service Award.
"East is east, and west is west, and Meer
the twain has met."
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University of Vermont, Medical Technol.
Language Oftice Aide, Honor Roll, Guid-
ance Office Aide, Biology Laboratory.
"A fair haired angel."
Tennis Team Captain, School Orchestra,
Junior Arista, School Service Pin.
"He's got a racket-tennis that is!"
JERRY M. MENDEL
Columbia, Mechanical Engineer
Arista, Assistant Art Editor ot Forester,
"Men may come and men may go, but
Mendel goes on torever."
KAREN M. MERCY
Ohio State, Elementary Teacher
Junior Arista, Newman Club, Service Pin,
General Oftice, Councilman.
"Bright eyes and a laughing heart."
College, Home Economics
Math. Ottice, Cutting Office, Tutoring,
Guidance Counsellor's Oftice, Honor Roll.
"A cheerful cook makes a dish a feast."
9 f Secretary, Marriage
it Flying Pens Club, Newman Club, Aide-At-
N tendance Office, Aide-General Ottice.
"No Christmas Carols as charming as she."
VIRGINIA C. MEYER "Ginny"
State School of Agriculture and Tech-
nolo9Yi Commercial Artist
2 as .1 gi., Chorus, Aide to Mr. Haber and Mr. Her-
.Bi .Sys -:L "Sugar and spice and everything nice."
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,fy Columbia, Journalism
K English Honor Classes, Beacon, G.O. Repre-
XX sentative, Captains Corps, Marshal Squad.
"Man has a wild beast within him."
University of Grenoble, Business Man
dx Soccer Team.
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QD ' , N-gy THOMAS T. MlHOULlDES HTom"
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it , Varsity Bowling Team, Bowling Intramurals
2, f X Medal, Major Varsity Letter.
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PHYLLIS H. MINER "Phyl" VERA L. MIRSKY
Literary staff of Forester, Beacon Literary
and Business Staffs, Honor Roll, Service
Pin, Excellence in Math Award.
"A quenchless star forever bright."
University of Bridgeport, Teacher
Girls' Emergency Room, Girls' H. Ed. Oftice,
Meritorious Serv. Ad. Forest Hills 3 letter.
"Go west, young girl, go west."
Math, Civilization, and French Clubs,
Leader in Training.
"Vera, Vera nice."
CHARLES M. MONBLATT "Chuck"
N.Y.U., Law degree
Business staff of Beacon, Dawn Patrol,
Fencing Squad, Marshal Squad.
"lf l'm not studying wake me up."
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Varsity Basketball, Marshal Squad, Cap-
tains Corps, P.S.A.L. Award.
"Under the basket, on the ball."
LAUREL S. MONTANE
Burroughs Business School, Secretary
Columbus Day Parade Marcher, Aide to
Mrs. Forte in Cafeteria, Attendance Aide.
"As pretty as a mountain Laurel."
ANDREW E. MONTGOMERY "Andy"
Dartmouth, Industrial Engineer
Ticket Squad, Ticket Ottice, Service Pin.
"Power dwells within cheertulnessf'
RONALD C. MONTICONE "Ronnie"
Georgetown University, Dentistry
Newman Club, Senior Chorus.
"A boy always has friends."
AUGUSTO A. MORPURGO "Gus"
Swimming' Team, Band, Orchestra, Section
"The great hope of society is the individual
MICHAEL H. MORRIS "Mike"
Marshal Squad, P.S.A.L. Award, Service
Award, Squad Award.
"He'lI be his own advertisement."
STANLEY W. MORRIS "Stan"
Arista, Hill School President, Social Studies
Honor Society, Track Team, Band.
"He's a true musician-sharp features and
ANN SUE MOSKOWITZ
Junior and Senior Arista, Language Honor
Society, Forest Leaves, Beacon.
"Never too much of a good thing."
BARBARA R. MOSKOWITZ "Binnie"
Bookkeeper, Interior Decorator
Service in another school.
"She'll keep her books in a good tashion.'
PETER C. MOSS
Arista, Social Studies Honor Society, Senior
Band, Tennis Squad.
"Here's a rolling stone that will gather
NAOMI MUTTERPERL "Nimi"
Junior Arista, Attendance Office, Senior
Ottice, Forester Business Stott, Service Pin.
"She's a pearl in any setting."
JEREMY MYER "Limey"
Columbia, Research Doctor
"I haven't been abroad in so long that l
almost speak English without an accent."
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State Tech, Commercial Artist
Art Oftice Aide, G.O. Publicity Committee,
Park Cutting Squad.
"Art school is a place tor girls to pass time
between high school and marriage."
JOAN G. NEICE
"The pen is the tongue ot the mind."
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Math Oltice Aide, 1953 Math Team Secre-
tary, Section Aide, Forester Business Staff,
Meritorious Service Award.
"A good example is the best sermon."
CHARLES NISSIM-SABAT "Cub"
Civilization Club, Hebrew Culture Council,
Language Honor Society, Fr.-Amer. Stud.
"Will leave a footprint in the sands of time."
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DOREEN A. NOVAR
Fashion Institute of Technology, Artist
G.O. Publicity Art Staff, Dramatic Club,
Forest Leaves Art Stott.
"Sl1e's very pallet-able."
WALTER NOWIKAS "Wally"
"Heedless ot their grammar they cried
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NINA E. OSIPOW
Play Production, G.O. Publicity Committee,
G.O. Councilman, Service in another school.
"Adorned with so much art."
MARTIN H. OZER "Oats"
Pratt Institute, Cartooning for Television
Art Staff of Forester, Lt. on Marshal Squad,
Basketball Team, Emergency Room Aide,
"Man's integrity is measured by his conduct."
CAROLE P. OBER
"A sweet attractive kind of grace."
EDYTHE OBERFELD "Edy"
Arista, Play Production, Beacon, G.O. Pub-
licity Committee, Prom Committee.
"Weak as strong, silly as wise."
BENJAMIN OCAMPO "Ben"
Senior Arista, Engineering Club, Marshal
"Our excellent ambassador of good will."
DONALD P. O'l'IARE "Don"
Sgt. on Marshal Squad, Captains Corps,
Newman Club, Service in another school.
"Don't get his Irish up!"
ELAINE M. OKEN
Queens College, Business
Forest Leaves, Cutting Office Aide, Study
"A ray of sunshine on a cloudy day."
ROBERT J. OPPICI "Bob"
"He came, he saw, he left."
Chorus, Assembly Program.
"It's so nice to be natural when you are
SUZANNE B. ORINGEL
Syracuse University, Buying
Associate Editor of Forester Business Staff,
Ticket Ottice Aide, Service Pin, Honor Roll,
"A smile on her lips, a twinkle in her eyes."
DAVID E. ORLINSKY "Dave"
"Of a good beginning cometh a good
MELVIN H. ORLINSKY "Mel"
Boston University, Show Business
Park School President, Play Production,
G.O. Sports and Newscaster, Service
Honor Society, Senior Show.
"The stars in his eyes shine like Broadway
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duction History Honor, Arista.
"I am a firm believer in luck and it seems
the harder I work the more I have."
MAITA E. PALHOWITZ
Mills School of Education, Teacher Treas-
ure ris Office, Bus Ticket Squad.
"Always glad to lend a helping hand."
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Import and Export
Captain of Soccer Team, Perfect Attendance
Certificate, Captains Corps, Gym Marshal.
"He's a sucker for soccer."
ALBERTA E. PALMERI
Junior Arista, Treasurer's Oltice Aide,
Ticket Squad, Newman Club.
"Days that made us happy made us wise."
ROSALIND PARNESS "Rozzy"
Beth lsrael Nursing School, R.N.
Gym Department, Honor Roll, Aide to Mrs.
Greenfield, Meritorious Service Award.
"The virtues ot friendliness are manifold!" fb bk
DANUTA PAYKERT E3
Hairdresser and Beautician gf
"A fair exterior is a silent recommenda-
ENID C. PEARLMAN "Edie" Y f- v
Vg, Florida State
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Service Award, Dramatic Club, General :T
Ottice. is 1- V 1.
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General Office Switchboard Operator,
Arista, Exceptional Service Award.
"She'll be fired with ambition and hired ti
AUDREY s. PERETSON "Sandy" 'R' Q 252 .3
Queens, Private Secretary -L, tv Y I
"Ooh . . . that twinkle in her eye!" ' U3 .V ce? -
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Nurse's Training School, Nurse
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"Woman in white."
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Soccer Team lMaior Letterl, fs
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Marshal Squad, Newman Club. N
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ROSALIND PFEFFER "Roz" I - Lg A
N.Y.U., Teacher ' f .
English Ottice. . 5' i
"One who always gives her best." V 6,3
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The Flying Pens, Dramatic Club, Newman A
Club, Chorus. I
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ESTELLE A. PISTERMAN ROBERTA J. POLACEK "Bobbie" ALICE H. POLLACK
"Small of stature and big of heart."
HENRY l.. PLATT "Hamlin
Senior Council, Section President, Marshal
Squad, P.S.A.l., Award, Squad Award in
"Shootin' his way through."
"Skill resides in all her fingers.
LEONA M. POl.KOWSKl "Lee"
State Tech, Medical Assistant
Aide to Mr. Delman, Attendance Office,
Dramatic Club, Cutting Ottice.
"lt is just as well to be a little giddy if you
are to feel at home on this turning earth."
Michigan University, Political Science
Problems of Democracy, Language Honors,
History Honors, Junior Arista.
"An argument out of a pretty mouth is
Forest Cutting Oftice, Boys' Health Ed.
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JUDITH M. RABINOWITZ "Judy"
N.Y.U., Medical Secretary
Auditor on Forester Business Staff, Guid-
ance Ofiice Aide, Sten and Acct. Tutor.
Sen. Class Auditor
"She is the center of Ah-traction."
NANCY M. RAE "Ned"
Forest Office Squad, Newman Club, Meri-
torious Service Award, Beacon.
"Grand fhinas come in small paclcaaesf'
Band, Marshal Squad
"Popper loves Mambo.
Math Ofiice, Girls' Emergency Room, Meri-
torious Service Award.
"A single sunbeam can drive away many
MARTIN S. POSNER
Tufts College, "Success"
G.O. Hill Senior Representative, Arista,
Beacon Sports Staff, Social Studies Honor
Society, Play Production.
"A self made boy who worships his
SANDRA l. POSNER "Sandy"
Chorus, Attendance Office, Honor Roll, G.O.
Rep., Junior Prom Committee.
"A symphony of form and grace."
DOROTHY M. PRESKELL "Mickey"
"Looks are cute and personality cuter."
ROBERT B. PRIZER "Bob"
N.Y.U., Certified Public Accountant
Marshal Squad, Bronze P.S.A.L. Award.
"Men who know much say little."
ELIZABETH PRoosuN ffnppyn
University of Wisconsin, Teacher
Treasurer ot Senior Class, G.O. Council-
man, G.O. Publicity and Social Committees,
Junior and Senior Prom Committees.
"Have another soda, Tippy, the senior class
JAMES J. PURCELL "Jim"
Senior Arista, Beacon, Problems of Democ-
racy, Marshal, Math Tutor.
"Fire above and in the mind."
SUSAN l. QUARTIN "Susie
Simmons, Buyer of Women's Apparel
Cheerleader, Play Production, G.O. Coun-
cilman, Exceptional Service Award.
"A baby doll come to life."
JOHN J. QUINN
Air Force Career
Officer on Marshal Squad.
"He won't need wings to carry him to the
heights of success."
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Adelphi, Speech Therapist
Junior Arista, Bio Office, Park Office,
Meritorious Service Award.
"The sweetest of all the 'Sunshine Raisins.' "
SIGMUND RAND "Siggie"
Baseball Team, Cross-Country.
"Strong in body, strong in purpose."
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ELLEN J. RAPPOPORT
University of Vermont, Psychology
Literary Staff of Forester, Forest Leaves,
W.N.Y.E. Contest, Play Production.
"She is proud in humility. Proud in that
she is not proud."
BARBARA A. RATNER "Bobbi"
Junior Arista, Meritorious Service Award,
General Office, Honor Roll Certificate.
"Never in want of charm."
Cornell University, Education Major 'gh
Arista, Feature Editor of French American I
Student, Editor of Potpouri, Assistant News ,N ,s
Editor of Beacon, Language Honor Society. A PM Ni at
"But why can't I edit the encyclopedia?" G, f Q' T
LYNN J. RAVITZ kk I Q
I Adelphi, Teacher I
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f ator, Math Club, Service Pin. A
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I STEPHEN M. RAVNER . Steve all
Brooklyn Polytech, Engineer I
Senior Band, Senior Orchestra, Senior '.
' 'ua Council, Marshal Squad, Service Pin. ,rg x -- Q- A
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Wesleyan, Mathematician I' its I
' Boy Leader Senior Arista, Engineering V" . I
f l Club Pres., Beacon, Science Honor Society. , ff V J, ,li ,Qlmih '
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4 EILEEN M. REILLY , QM
ll Private Secretary
Newman Club, Alumni Secretary, Library Tift? ' .
Squad, Gregg ICO wpm Certificate. ,we zz, fs '
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MARSHA M. REINHERZ "Rickey" -V "N"
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Ed.Ottice, Taught Mambo in Gym Class. 1 41m' "Good neighbors-Marsha and the Mambo." ' ' 'ii '
BEVERLY A. REMPEL "Bev" wsu
Columbia School of Dramatic Arts, Actress 1
Play Production, Chanukah Show. ,
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Swarthmore, Artist yvvd. ' ..-
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JUDY S. RESNICK l
N.Y.U., Kindergarten Teacher
Beacon Circulation Stott, President of His-
tory Class, Secretary of French Class.
"Pretty as a picture and neat as a pin." I, ,c fs
ROSALIE REUBENS "S " ""
University of Florida, Fashion Designer :ft .I
Play Production, Section President Terms 7 , X ,
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NORMAN S. RICH "Cookie" GEOFFREY RICHSTONE 'iGeoft" PATRICIA A. RICKARD "Pat"
State University of Morrisville, Food Tech. Haverford, Medicine Secretary
Senior Band, Captains Corps, Greeters Bowling Varsity, Second highest game in "What I have written, l have written."
Committee, Marshal Squad. 'the City Individual Championships. SAUL M, RIFKIN
"Should gain as much as his name implies." "The hunter who became a wolf." Columbia
ROBERT S. RICH "Bob" WILLIAM L. RICK "Riki" Service Pin, Hebrew Award, Play Produc-
Princeton, Financial Lawyer N.Y.U., Surgeon TIOYL Senior COUHCIIVUUH-
Senior and Junior Arista, Senior Orchestra, Library for six terms. "Everything comes to him who hustles
G.O. Pep Band, G.O. Councilman, Photog- "For many a joke had he." while he waits."
"Always in time with the world."
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Marshal Squad, Senior Councilman.
"Maybe ain't ain't so correct, but lots ot
talks who ain't saying ain't, ain't eating."
RUTH C. RINGEL
Pratt Institute, Art work and writing
Won Youth's Friends Association Award,
Medal in end-term contest.
"Ruth will Ringel all the bells."
SHEILA R. RIXON
Eastern School tor Physicians' Aides, Med-
ical Assistant and Technologist
Alumni Secretary, G.O. Councilman, Secre-
tary in Boys' Health Ed. Ottice, Honor
Roll, Exceptional Service Award.
"There's a lady sweet and kind!"
YVONNE L. RIZZA
"She will never walk alone."
JOHN A. ROBERTS
Cooper Union, Commercial Artist
"lt's clever, but is it art."
ISADORE W. ROBINSON "IZZy"
Business School, Businessman
"Izzy or is he not?"
LOIS P. ROBINSON "Duchess"
Chorus, General Office.
"Competition tor the Duchess ot Windsor."
HELENE D. ROCKMAN
Program Ottice, Honor Roll, General Oftice,
"She is as solid as her name implies."
JILL I. ROEBURT
N.Y.U., Teaching Nursery School.
G.O. Councilman, Meritorious Service
"She will take a hand in molding the
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1 "..Ak Physicist
I Nab: Honorable Mention in the Westinghouse
C, Science Talent Search, Arista, Math Team,
Q Bowling Team, History Honor Society.
"A small guy with a big brain."
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Junior and Senior Arista, Language Honor
Society, Social Studies Honor Society.
"Her smile is as bright as her hair."
MARIANNE M. ROHRBACH "SchimmeI"
"Laws die, books never."
Senior Arista, Beacon, Problems of Democ
racy, Service Pin, Junior UNESCO.
"The winners have the will to work."
G.O. Ottice Staff, Attendance Ottice Squad
"South America's Loss was our Gain."
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MARJORIE E. ROSE "Margie"
Cornell, Kindergarten Teacher
Feature and Column Editor of Beacon,
Leaders Club, Arista, Service Pin, Lan-
guage and Social Studies Honor Societies.
"Queen rose ot the rosebucl garden ot
EDWIN B. ROSEN "Eddie"
University of Connecticut
"Merit wins the heart."
JUDITH ROSEN "Judy"
Juilliard School of Music, Music Teacher
General Office Aide, Emergency Room
Aide, Chorus Accompanist.
"Music is the speech of Angels."
MARTIN J. ROSEN
N.Y.U., To make motorcycle tour of U.S.
P.S.A.L. Award, Track and Cross Country
Teams, Library Squad, Marshal Squad.
"He must be a sailor, he has a girl in every
Brooklyn College, Medical Secretary
"Common sense is not so common."
MICHAEL P. ROSENBERG
Bard College, Doctor of Medicine
Biology Lab, Marshal Squad, Tropical Fish
"Good hopes make great men."
Bryant Junior College, Singer
Chorus, Seven Terms.
"Eddie Fisher's counterpart."
ARTHUR J. ROSENBLATT
Olticer on Marshal Squad, President of
Class, Junior Arista.
"Silence, with him, is just a figure of
STANLEY R. ROSENBLOOM
Brandeis University, Business
Marshal Squad, Gym Lieutenant, Vice-
President of English Class.
"No 'monkey business' with this boy."
EDITH M. ROSENBLUM "Ede"
Queens College, Elementary Teacher
Junior and Senior Arista, G.O. Representa-
tive, Section President, Senior Council.
"With varied interests . . . a success in all."
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University of Michigan, Accountant
Section President, Marshal Squad, Emer-
gency Room Squad, Worked in Guidance
Office and General Otiice.
"Sky high designs on the future." , If
HARRIETTE A. ROSENBLUTH .Q . ,"'
Eastern School for Physicians' Aides, ,lvl wsgj'
Secretary ,, EY!!
Service in Study Hall and Attendance I
Office, Drama Group in Roosevelt H.S. I I - f
"Though only here a short while she's ' ,
proved her worth."
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JUDY C. ROSENFELD
Senior Orchestra, Arista,
"Graceful and useful in all she does."
Rensselaer, To become a successful
"He'll engineer a successful life."
RACHEL J. ROSENZWEIG "
Queens, Language Teacher
Junior Dramatics Guild, Chorus 3 Terms,
Orchestra 'I Term, Junior Arista.
"A ray of sun wherever she goes."
THOMAS S. ROSING
University of Michigan, Metallurgy
Hill Office, Marshal Squad, Aide in Gym,
Captains Corps. Service Pin.
G.O. Councilman, Service Pin, Section
Treasurer, G.O. Forester.
"How the wit brightens, how the style
HOWARD L. ROSOFF
C.C.N.Y., To be President of a Corporation
Marshal Squad, Junior Band.
"Such ambition desires success."
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Syracuse, C.P.A. and Law
Junior Arista, G.O. Councilman, Marshal
Squad, Honor Service Society, Section
"Breathes there a man with a hide so tough
who says two hides isn't enough."
Queens College, Registered Nurse
"The woman in white."
Engineering Club, Language Honor Society.
"He'll make a successful equation of his
RHODA C. ROWNIN
Cortland State Teachers, Teacher
Beacon Business Staff, Civilization Club,
Forest Office Aide, Emergency Room Aide.
"Teach me, tonight."
ANN J. RUBIN
N.Y.U., Physical Therapist
Switchboard Operator, Service Pin.
"Her smile's her trademark."
N.Y.U., Legal Secretary
Administrative Office Aide, Health Ed.
Office Aide, Park Cutting Office Aide.
"Don't tell everything you know."
MARTIN H. RUBlNSTElN "Marty"
Allegheny, Production Management
Lab. Assistant, Bowling Intramurals, Physics
Squad, Marshal Squad.
"He'll make a fine production of his life."
Parsons School of Design, Fashion Designer
"A personality like Anne's is always in
ANN M. RUDMAN
Forest Office Aide, Administrative Office
"Her face and figure will never die."
MELVYN J. RYTERBAND "Mel"
Mr. Joseph Roemer
omce Aide for Mr. oelmun, 3 P.S.A.L.
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MARTA SAFAR GORDON M. SAKOLOFF "oQfdie" PATRICIA SAMPLE "Pat"
Health Ed. Office Aide.
"Australian edition of Audrey Hepburn."
FELICIA S. SAFIER "Felice"
Queens fEveningJ, Secretary
Steno Certificate, Class Secretary, Class
"Her ways are ways of pleasantnessf'
Indiana University, Accounting
P.S.A.L. Award, Beacon, Engineering Club,
Marshal Squad, Honor Roll KZJ.
"My wealth is health and perfect ease."
Speech Office Aide, English Office Aide
French Club, Honor Roll English.
"A loveable Chatterbox."
P.O.D., Social Studies Honor Society,
Civilization Club, Office Aide, Jr. UNESCO,
"A sample of wisdom and sweetness."
RICHARD A. SANTO
Rider College, Accountant
Bowling Team, Marshal Squad, P.S.A.L.
Awards, Emergency Room Aide,
"Tell a man's character by his amusementsf'
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JUDITH SASONKIN "Judy"
Queens, Social Worker
Honor Roll, Attendance Office Aide, Guid-
ance Ottice Aide, Health Ed. Dept. Aide.
"Quiet and refined, a credit to the class."
MARLENE S. SAUBER
Program Oltice Aide, Home Economics
Aide, Section Treasurer, Service Award.
"Toast of the Town."
ANN T. SAWYER "Toni"
Mt. Holyoke, Journalist
Assistant Editor of Beacon, Literary and
Business Staff of the Forester, Arista.
"Tom had nothing over this Sawyer."
FRANK P. SCARANGELLA
Manhattan, Health Ed. Teacher
Marshal Squad, Usher Squad, Captains
"It's better to build boys than to mend
BARRY M. SCHAFER
Bus Ticket Squad.
"The strong and silent type."
Admissions Office Aide, Park Office Aide,
Beacon, Meritorious Service Award.
"Kindness is the kingpin ot success in life."
MARSHALL I. SCHAMES
Marshal Squad, P.S.A.L. Award, Intramural
"Business? Quite simple, it's other peopIe's
NORMAN H. SCHAPIRO
Boston University, Business
Business Stott of Forester, Hebrew Club,
"He believes in eat, drink and be merry.
Only when you drink Schapiro's wine."
Business Manager of the Forester, Junior
Prom Committee, Social Com., Service Pin.
"She signifies flaming youth."
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ALICIA A. sci-IEITEN "Lee" X
School of Nursing, Physical Therapist NP
"In this case-Gentlemen Prefer Brunettes."
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Buffalo University, Pharmacy
Marshal Squad, Secretory of American
History Class, Squad Intramurals.
"He is his own prescription for success."
ELAINE F. SCHICK
Newman Club, Honor Roll.
"Her helping hand will gladden many
"The reward of a thing well done, is to
have done it."
LAWRENCE F. SCHIFF "Larry"
Harpur, Certified Public Accountant
Junior Arista, G.O. Councilman, Service
Honor Society, Problems of Democracy.
"There lies a great deal of deviltry .... "
SHELDON F. SCHIFF
Intramurals, Marshal Squad, Arista, Senior
Council, G.O. Councilman.
"Mama's Boy, and Poppa's joy."
MARION E. SCHILD
Honor Roll, Cafeteria Ottice, Language
Oftice, Exceptional Service Award.
"Her heart is young and gay."
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Sten Club, Music Oftice Aide, Chorus,
Civilization Club, Program Office Aide.
"Merit is worthier than fame."
"This type is hard to find."
PETER J. SC HMEI DLER
G.O. Councilman, Language Office, Junior
and Senior Arista.
"He is wiseg follow him."
AARON I. SCHOENWITZ
University of Alabama
Swimming Team, Major Letter, Band, Mar-
shal Squad, P.S.A.L. Awards.
"My life has passed like a razor, in hot
water and in scrapes."
ROBERT E. SCHOMBERG "Bob"
Orchestra, Fencing Team.
HELEN J. SCHORR "Schwire"
Guidance Ottice Aide, Boys' Health Ed.
Office, Meritorious Service Award.
"Schorr to succeed."
"Belle on her toes."
STEPHEN A. SCHUKER "Steve"
President of History Honor Society, Beacon
and Forester, All School Honor Societies.
"Genius has an infinite capacity taking
IRA J. SCHULMAN
Marshal Squad, Chorus.
"The world will take note ot his singing."
DOROTHY C. SCHUP "Dottie"
Business School, Secretarial Work
"As good as gold and just as precious."
ELEANOR SCHUSTER "Ellie"
Bookkeeping, Successful in Business World
Program Ottice, Language Office.
"Big, brown, mischievous eyes!"
ARNOLD H. SCHWARTZ
University of Alabama
Marshal Squad, P.S.A.L. Award, Service
"A high school bread-a 4 year loaf."
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MADELINE F. SCHWARTZBERG "Maddy"
G.O. Councilman, Senior Council, General
Office Aide, Boys' Health Ed. Office.
"She knows that kissing shortens single life."
GLORIA A. SCHWARTZMAN
Aid in School Ottice, Secretary of Section
"Toast of the town."
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BARBARA E. SCHWARZ
"Be good, sweet maid, and let who will be
ETHELMAE SCOTT "Eth"
Katharine Gibbs School, Secretary
Honor Roll, Historian of Leaders' Club,
Junior Arista, Junior Red Cross Rep
"Like a typewriter-noiseless ana' efficient."
ARNOLD M. SEALOVE "Arnie"
University of Arizona lnd. Management
Marshal Squad, Photography Editor ot gl
Forester, P.S.A.L. Award.
"He takes pictures but he's never in them." lm K. 7: :
sims SEANDEL "Si" A .,- , ,
Adelphi, Textile Business f 'T' 'M
Worlced on Bowling Squad and Golf , X 5- "
Squad, Boys' Emergency Room, Bio Lab. VVVL A ig,
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. . . JUDITH P. SEEGER "Judie" t
claim it to the worlcl-not in louol . . . . . .
Miami University, Designer I ,fy
words, but in gfedl deeClS.H "Tell me pretty maiclen, are there any A' QV A R
more at home like you?" K " l
MARCIA S. SEIDEN F
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Attendance Office Aide, Emergency Room Q ,,, ,Y
Aide, Columbus Day Parade, - is
"Like cr chocolate puddingJshe's mighty ' 1'
MYRA SEIDEN "MiClci"
Rhode Island School of Design, Designer I
Attendance Ofticef- ' ' ,
"Designs'of the future." 5, 9 5 4
ROCHELLE SELKOWlTZ 1 "Shelly"
State Tech., Medical Assistant '
Girls' Emergency Room, Aide to Mr. Her- V
schel, History Oftice. og V , As'
"Her face was like cream, her mouth a " l '
LOIS G. SELTZER
Ann-Reno, Kindergarten Teacher "1-AU,
Chorus, Treasurers' Oltice. 5'
"As her name implies she's eFfervescent." K Tw -0 r'-
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Program Oftice Staff, Alumni Seretary,
Attendance Ottice Staff. I
"She will always reach her goal."
EDWARD J. SHAPIRO
Maryland, Certified Public Accountant
Orchestra, Band, Track Team.
"No one will beat him in the race for 9 V tg
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HOWARD 1. sHAPiRo "Howie" A .T fi, 'T'
University of Pennsylvania, Accountant V' "
Honor Roll, Junior Varsity, Marshal Squad. ' Q. 4' l i
"With eyes fixed on the future." '-he iff is '
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AUDREY L. SHAR "Audie" LARRY SHER GEORGE SHILLING
Queens College, Fashion Designer C.C.N.Y., Make a million Queens College
"Where more is meant than meets the Secretary of Marshal Squad. Track, Cross-Country.
ears." "Desires always increases our possessions." "He'll be the first over the hurdles of suc
ANNE SHAVEL RICHARD A. SHERRES "Dick" Cessfl
Homemaker N.Y.U., Salesman V DIANE M. SHUGRUE
Forest Office Aide, Park Oltice Aide, Cut- Marshal Squad, Section President Colby Junior College, Actress
ting Squad. "For they can conquer who believe they "Gentle in manner, strong in performance
"A pleasant smile and a winning way." can." 1
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BARNETTE L. SHURE "Bob"
Community College of Applied Arts and
"Success is a Shure bet."
Swimming, Marshal Squad, Stamp Club,
P.O.D., Queens Youth Council.
"Big in build and heart."
JEROME SIEGFRIED "Ziggy"
Senior Band and Orchestra, P.S.A.L.
Awards, Service Pin, Captain Corps. Track.
"A smile a mile long with shoulders to
THOMAS SILBIGER "Tommy"
Cornell, Mechanical Engineer
"He must be romantic, he always scores
LEONARD SILVERFINE "Lenny"
C.C.N.Y., Civil Engineer
Soccer Team, Track Team, Capt. Corps,
Junior Arista, P.S.A.L. Awards.
"I enjoy convalescence. It is the part that
makes illness worthwhile."
MICHAEL SILVERSTEIN "Tommy"
Physics Lab., Math and Science Tutors,
"Tall, dark, and scientific."
SUSAN SIMON "Sue"
Brooklyn College, Teacher
Emergency Room Aide, Attendance Oftice
Aide, Forest Ottice Aide, Cutting Office,
"Bright smile, warm heart."
MELVIN A. SINGER "Mel"
Committee of State Scholarships, Tutor in
Mathematics and Chemistry, Orchestra and
Band, History Club in Stuyvesant, Section
"A leader among men, a leader among
STEPHANY B. SINGER "Stevie"
Barnard, Commercial Art
Assistant in Forest Oftice, Assistant in Park
A Y VN!! Office, Assistant in Boys' Health Ed. Office,
V is Booster for G.O. Civilization Club.
' l "She's a singer that really hums."
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' i L.I.U., Pharmacy
Marshal Squad, P.S.A.L. Awards, Service
Award, Intramural Awards.
"Disarm misfortune with grin."
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STUART SITZMAN ffschmzff LINDA J. SMALLEY
Service Award, Marshal Squad, Play Pro-
duction, Forest Cutting Office, Intramurals.
"Men always seem to remember blondes."
Eastern School tor Physicians Ottice
Library Squad, Senior Treasurer for Section
Class, Service Pin, Math Tutor.
"Clearer than noondayf'
Meritorious Service Award, Girls' Swim
ming Team, Chorus, Honor Roll.
"Self possession-the greatest possessionf
AUDREY G. SMITH
Play Production, Chorus, Junior Arista,
Chess Club, Exceptional Service Award.
"High and Mighty-fine in singing."
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CAROLE R. SMITH "Smitty"
Syracuse, Success and Happiness
High Honor Roll, G.O. Representative,
Library Service, Forester Business Stott.
"Fate tried to conceal her by naming her
DAVID A. SMITH
Cooper Union School, Commercial Artist
"ln the battle for success, talent is the
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DOROTHY A. SMITH
Cornell, Research Scientist
High Honor Roll, English Honor Class,
Math Honor Class, Certificate ot Excellence
in Math, Meritorious Service Award.
"She protits most who services best."
RALPH J. SMITH "Smitty"
"People named Smith."
Syracuse, Elementary School Teacher
Chorus, Meritorious Service Award, Aide
in Math and General Oftices.
"Who is it can read a woman?"
AUDREY SOLOMON "Rusty"
Library Staff, Art Oftice Aide, Guidance
Office, Administration Ottice Aide,
"lt's so nice to be liked when you're
FRANCES C. SOLOMON "Fran"
Syracuse, Interior Decorator
Civilization Club, Senior Arista, Forester
Art Staff, High Honor Roll, General Office,
"The wisdom ot the king!"
FRED W. SOMMER "Bill"
University of Vermont, Medicine
Marshal Squad, Play Production, Meritori-
ous Service Award.
"A boy after our own heart."
State Tech., Haberdasher
Marshal Squad, Senior Band, Emergency
Room Aide, Track Team.
"This I set down as truth. l'm no angel."
HANNA K. SOR
Arista, Service Pin, Chorus, G.O. Council-
man, Math Club.
"lt she had a penny tor her thoughts she'd
be a millionaire."
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Aide in Foods Room, Chorus W' N
"She'll make some boss a tine secretary." - lf, I 3 Q
CHRISTIAN W. SPECHT "Chris" t Y' ls,-
Electronic Technician 'C A I
Captain on Marshal Squad, Captain Corps,
Service Pin, P.S.A.L. Silver Award. xi
"An all around good fellow." il
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Adelphi, Art Teacher
Steno Class President, Captain of Lunch-
"On the road to success she'll never falter."
RONALD C. SPIELBERGER "Ronnie"
St. John's, Engineering
Junior Arista, Marshal Squad, Captain
Corps, Service Pin, P.S.A.L, Silver Award.
'fEngineerin' himself right into our hearts."
University ot Maryland, Civil Engineer
President ot Senior Greeting Committee,
Bio Lab, Marshal Squad, Emergency Room
"Not a tailor but he keeps us in stitches."
WILLIAM M, SPODAK "Bill'
University of Michigan, Astronomer
Junior and Senior Arista, Ticket Squad
Aide in Treasurers Ottice, Engineering Club.
"Don't let the stars get in your eyes."
Aide in Study Hall, Booster tor F. H. H. S
Basketball Team, Park and Forest Office.
"She'lI be her Springboard to success."
MARSHALL l. SROGE "Mal'
Biology Club, Biology and Science Service
Editor of Experimenter Club.
"Of science he chatters."
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Miami University, Buyer
"No other star so bright."
KENNETH L. STEIN "Kenny"
University ot Pennsylvania, Lawyer
Play Production, Senior Councilman, G.O.
Councilman, Honor Roll, Bowling Team.
"Like a mathematician, always surrounded
by interesting figures."
Office Aide to Mrs. Greenfield, Junior
Arista, Secretary in Dr. Brandwein's Office,
"A cute Microbe-hunter."
IRWIN M. STEINBERG
Queens, History Teacher
"Men of few words are the best men."
University ot Florida, Electrical Engineer
Amateur Radio Society of F. H. H. S., Engi-
neering Club, P. A. Squad.
"Oh, Earth! of which he is a noble crea-
RUDY F. STEINTHAL
Aviation, Commercial Pilot
"He'll wing his way to success."
JOAN A. STELTZER
Cortland State, Physical Education Teacher
Leaders Honor Society, 3" 81 5" Letters.
"One ot the sportive sort."
Math Club, Engineering Club, Vice-Presi-
dent of Greeters' Committee, Senior Band.
"Soon it will be the worlcl's turn to greet
ELLEN S. STRAUSS "Ellie"
Alfred University, Bi-Lingual Secretary
"Petite and sociable!"
EUGENE A. STULBERGER "Gene'
Queens College, Medicine
Audio Squad, Marshal Squad, Band.
Ci "He'll surely know his 'genes."'
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SAUL l. STUMER LlBBY SUN'DEL
"My interest is in the future because l'm
going to spend the rest of my life there."
RICHARD N. SUKENIK
Cornell, Research Scientist
Usher Squad, Junior Arista, Service Certifi-
cate, Marshal Squad, Language Honors.
"Man with a mission."
Senior Arista, Play Production, Service Pin,
G.O. Council Secretary, Senior Prom Com.
"Personality is the key to her popularity."
JEROME M. SWICHEL
L.l.U, College of Podiatry, Chiropodist
Audio Visual Squad Official.
"He's going into lite teet first."
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Emergency Room Aide.
"I am seeking a man."
MARCIA A. TAFLER "TaHy"
University ot Bridgeport, Physical Ed.
Leaders Club, Governing Board of Leaders,
Girls Health Ed. Oftice Aide, Honor Roll.
"Excels in all sports, even JuJu."
Queens College, Teacher
Hill Ottice Aide, Group Discussion Class.
"Like Pepsi Cola-she hits the spot!"
Vice-President ot Leaders, Meritorious
Service Award, Emergency Room Aide.
"We dream ot Jeanne with the light brown
SHERRIL B. TARLOWE "Shell-i"
Syracuse University, Art Teacher
Library Squad, Art Oltice Aide, Junior
Arista, Senior Captain, Forest Leaves Art.
"Art tor the love ot art's sake."
MICHAEL E. TARTER "Mike"
9 Queens College, Doctor
- Photo Club.
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"lt's not truth that makes man great but
man that makes truth great."
LINDA D. TAUB
English Ottice Aide, Assistant PrincipaI's
Aide, Cafeteria Aide, Attendance Office
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X. f" ROBERT K. TAUBERT "Robbie" 'tr
Q I 459 fu ' Manhattan, Teacher
I 5Z 1Track Team, Fencing Team, Gymnastics If
X Club, G.O. Councilman, Museum Squad.
"He fills his lifetime with deeds, not inac-
K "mx H MARJORIE J. TAYLOR "Midge" i i qi, I WG..
' -- Centenary, Performing Arts or Business I I , 'ill'
Play Production, Honor English, Dramatics. -X fx ' K'
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DiANNA s. TEHEL 'foebbie' "
fi N.Y.U., Legal Stenographer . 'A is t
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N--Z Office Aide, Volley Ball Winning Team. di fees! X
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J SHEILA J. TEITELBAUM
Middlebury, Interpreter V
Leaders Honor Society, Orchestra, Service
Pin, Forester Bus. Stott, Lang. Honors. 'S ffm W 4,5
Hoiii, si, Sheila." "' "" 'H
SEYMOUR TEMAN "sy" ew' I Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, Electrical I
Engineering X .I
Class League Award, P.S.A.L. Awards. V 1 I
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Carnegie Institute of Technology, Architect
Junior Arista, Service Pin, President ot
French Club, Park Otiice Aide, Junior Prom.
"Architect-one who drafts a plan at your
house and plans a dratt ot your money."
ELEANORA G. TERMINE "Ellie"
Bookkeeping, Business World
English Office Aide.
"Best cure tor the blues, Ellie's Smiles."
MICHAEL S. THALER "Mike"
University of Rhode Island, Law
Sgt. on Marshal Squad, Photography Club.
"Here's to Rhode Island and her gallant
JOHN A. TIRPAK
Pittsburgh University, Musician
"Don't worry about him, the only strings
attached are musical."
JUDITH P. TOBACK
Eastern School for Physician's Aides, X-Ray
"She has the knack ot seeing through
JOAN S. TOGUT
Park Ottice Aide, Teacher's Aide, Excep-
tional Service Award.
"She can laugh and cry both in a wind."
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University at Miami, Lawyer
Mr. Delman's Ottice, Class Aide for Mr.
Leeds Dawn Patrol.
"Pride and ambition here."
Dawn Patrol, Mr. Delman's Ottice, Aide to
"He can sink his teeth into his work."
FRANCES D. VICCARO "Fran"
General Office, Marshal Squad, Chorus.
"A good heart is worth gold."
BARBARA P. VIRSHUP "Bobbi"
G.O. Social Committee Booster, G.O. Pub-
licity Committee, Senior Council.
"With the confidence she has, success in
life is sure."
DONALD A. VITALE
Dawn Patrol, Marshal Squad.
"Strong, silent, and ohhh . . so good-
MARIE A. VON HALLBERG
Chorus, Aide for Mr. Barnett in Study
"Forest Hills Contribution to all City
RUTH ANN WALKER
Greeters Club, Athletic Award in Intra-
murals, Cutting Oftice Aide, Hill Ottice
my QA? fb Aide.
H- "She won't miss when shooting for the
Q., fs- basket of success."
l f ANITA S. WALTER
X l University of Bridgeport, Dental Hygienist
9 Program Oltice, Emergency Room Aide.
"A parcel of good cheer."
ELIZABETH H. WALTUCH
4 A . Skidmore, English Instructor
' J iflxl .U Play Production, Athletic Award, Attend-
R V4 A ance Office Aide.
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2 fe me -L- NANCY i. WANDERMAN
- Adelphi, Nurse
Y ' Group Discussion, Problems of Democracy,
Attendance Office Aide, Health Ed. Office.
"I found most of talking and thinking."
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Comell Yale, Doctor
Beacon, Junior Orchestra, Attendance Oftice,
Language Honors, Forester.
"She was made for climbing the tree of
Cooper Union, Electrical Engineer
Marshal Squad, Excellent Service Award.
"He's not afraid ot girls but runs fast!"
Swimming'Team, Soccer Team, Band.
"Who said swimming and soccer don't
MAXINE M. WEINER "Marcy"
Language Office Steno., French American
Student Steno., Hill Office Aide.
"SI1e'lI have no trouble getting hired."
Mr. Alexander Swirsky
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SUSANNE B. WEINIGER "Sue"
Queens College, Zoologist
Program Ottice Aide, Play Production,
"For she is sweeter than perfume itself."
JUDITH WEISS "Judi"
State Tech., Dental Hygienist
Park Cutting Office Aide, Marshal in Dawn
"Her heart is young and gay."
MICHAEL F. WEISS
Service Pin, Engineering Club Secretary,
Physics Laboratory Aide, Library Squad.
"Worth makes the man."
Social Studies Office Aide, Mr. Hershel's
Office Aide, Section Teacher's Aide.
"Like a hard to get book-she's reserved."
DEBORAH JHWEISSMAN "Debbie"
Columbia University School of Dramatic
Arista, Play Production, Social Studies
Honor Society, Forest Leaves.
"She plays-wright, she works wright, she
MARTIN J. WEITZNER "Marty"
"Good, better, best."
STANLEY A. WERNER "Stan"
United States Coast Guard
Marshal Squad, Usher Squad, Dawn Patrol.
"Sailing, sailing, over the bounding Main."
JUDITH L. WERSHALS "Judy"
, 1 Bookkeeper, Marriage
"She should work for Sunbeam, she's mixed
GERTRUDE WESTLER "Trudy"
. Queens, Elementary School Teacher
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G.O. Social Committee, Office Work.
"None so tranquil, none so sweet."
CALVIN F. WIECK "Cal"
Mrs. Ma ry Tuzza
Junior and Senior Arista, Section Council-
man, President of Senior Section Class,
Marshal Squad, Service Pin.
"A man with looks and ideas!"
N.Y.U., Manufacturer of Brass and Copper
Sgt. on Marshal Squad.
"Honor lies in honest foil."
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MICHAEL D. WILLEN "Mike" JACQUELINE A. WINTER "Jackie" EDWARD L. WOLF
Annapolis, Electrical Engineer
President of G.O., Park President of G.O.,
Baseball, Basketball, Junior Arista,
"The man who would be King!"
Bryn Mawr, Lawyer
President of High School UNESCO, Social
Studies Honors, Arista, Science Honors.
"An all around girl-complete in herself."
ROBERT W. WOBBER "Bob"
"A woman's man-'cause he can Iell-a-
vision when he sees onel"
University of Bridgeport, Lawyer
Senior Band, Play Production, Forester
Business Staff, Parades and Concerts.
"He's good looking-he looks good when
girls walk by."
JUDY D. WOLF
Cazenonia Junior, Buyer
Prom Committee, Publicity Committee, Gen-
eral Oftice Aide.
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Colby College, Interior Decorator
Civilization Club, Typist in Boys' Health
Ed. Office, Service in Another School.
"Don't ask her where she's from, it she's
from Texas she'll tell you, if not, why
EVA S. WOLFSOHN
Hebrew Culture Council
"A phantom ot delight."
CAROLE G. WOLINSKY
General Office, Assistant Principal's Ottice,
Meritorious Service Award, Honor Roll.
"A good nature and a soft smile with a
14 Karat heart to back it."
JULIAN WOLlNSKY "Julie"
N.Y.U., T.V. Technician
Audio-Visual Squad, Auditorium Projection
Booth, English Department Sound Squad.
"School movies just aren't shown without
GARY H. WOLK
Alabama University, Dentist
Varsity Basketball Team, Moior Letter, PSAL
Awards, Exceptional Service Award.
"He has all the brown needed for pulling
OCTAVIA E. WOODS "Tavie"
Forest Office, Intramural Winner.
"Betty Co-ed is loved by every college
MIRIAM WOOLFSON "Mimi"
"Personality Plus with a glowing smile."
Katherine Gibbs Business School, Secretary
Leaders Club, Junior and Senior Arista.
"Brains and beauty all in one."
PEAR'L R. WRONA
Meritorious Service Award, General Office,
Attendance Ottice, Aide for Miss Rivoli.
"She has the stamp ot a true lady."
PETER M. WYMAN "Pete"
Arista, Play Production, History Honor
Society, High School UNESCO Council.
"A tour time winner."
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GORDEN F. YASWEN "Gordie"
University ot Vermont
Captain Corps., Naturalists Club.
"His grin is a tonic, his wit atomic."
BARBARA J. YOAST "Bobbie"
Deans Office, Honor Roll, Teacher's Secre-
tary, Secretarial Club.
". . . and marry the bosses' son."
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SILVA A. YORKIADIS
Katherine Gibbs Secretarial School.
"Here's Silva that shines brighter
JOAN I. YOUNG
Jackson College, Lawyer
Lit. Editor of Potpourri, Associate Editor
of Forester, G.O. Publicity Committee.
"We are afraid this girl will be spoiled,
she'll have no competitors!"
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Play Production, PSAL Award, President of
History Class, Honor Roll, Service Award.
"No task too steep tor the human wit."
SERENA M. YOUNG "Rena"
Jackson College, Lawyer
Senior Arista, Language Honor Society,
Lit. Editor ot Potpourri, Forester.
"The world belongs to this enthusiast."
STUART H. YOUNG "Stu"
Arista, G.O. Councilman, Beacon Business
Staff, Hon. Mention Westinghouse.
"He builds up, he pulls down, he changes
squares into circles."
ARTHUR R. ZABARNlCK "Artie"
Band, Sgt. on Marshal Squad.
"Art for Art's sake."
BURTON ZARO "Burt"
"He is as silent as the "p" in pneumonia."
NORBERT J. ZEELANDER "Ziggy"
Varsity Track Team, Bio. Lab., Junior Arista,
Service Pin, Problems of Democracy.
"He lacked only a few vices fo be perfect."
MARCIA L. ZIBIT -
Junior Arista, Service Pin, Hill and Math
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N.Y.U., Veterinarian 'C' ig "':"',
Track Team, PSAL Award, Captain Corps., .-
"He's like a cock who thinks the sun rises T'
to hear him crow."
BARBARA ZIEGLER "Bobbi"
New York Community College, Stenographer
Newman Club. fs '
"Like Nestles, she's sweet, nutty and liked K its Q QQ
by everyone." lv, ,
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FRANCINE R. ZIFF "Fran" V I F'-H7
State Tech, Fashion Consultant 'ghd
Math Oftice Aide, Forester Business Stalt. ' i f
"Fashion a la mode."
DAVID ZIMMERMAN "Dave'
University of Pennsylvania, Doctor
Contemporary Problems Club, Science Club,
Social Service Squad, Marshal Squad.
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Barnard, Teacher 'V AQ' by
Arista, Social Studies Honor Society, V V V 2
Forester Art SMH, Problems ot Democracy. fy . 7 5 '
"As many facets as a gem." if 9
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WILLIAM N. ZUCKER "Bill" DOMITIAN P. ALLEGRO RONALD l. CHAlKlN "Ronny"
Track Team, Marshal Squad, Basketball
"He is a very strong character-he eats
rock candy and brick ice cream."
Meritorious Service Award, Flying Pens
Club, Girls Health Ed. Service Squad.
"All's well that ends well."
Pratt, Commercial Advertising
"Allegro means happiness."
"Thoughtfulness is the universal language."
Marshal Squad, Band, Orchestra, Captain
of Dawn Patrol, All City High School Orch.
"Born with a silver clrumstick in his mouth."
IRIS L. DANOW
Miami University, Designer
"Pretty as the flower of her name."
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Marshal Squad, P.S.A.L., Bronze Award.
"Diamond is a girl's best friend."
PATRICIA A. EDWARDS
"She'll hold her own."
CHARLES L. FELS "Charlie"
N. Y. U., Veterinarian
"Many students stay in bed Monday morn-
ings because they're sackbreligiousf'
ROBERT L. FRIEDMAN "Bob"
Bowling Team Varsity, Bowling Intramural
P.S.A.L. Winner, Marshal Squad.
"He'll bowl them over all his life."
N.Y.U.g Business Manager
"He'll be sure to get to first base."
RICHARD M. GLASSOTTI "Richie"
Marshal Squad, Newman Club.
"The business of America is Business."
Florida Southern College, Show Business
Swimming Team, Study Hall and Emer-
gency Room Marshal.
"He doesn't go with women, they go with
N.Y.U. "To make a million dollars"
Three P.S.A.L. Awards, Marshal Squad,
"He'll go through Hall and high waters to
make his millions."
PHYLLIS J. HIMMELSTEIN
Miami University, Modeling
"When beauty has no ebb."
ROBERT E. IMMENDORE
I Sgt. on Marshal Squad, Capt. and Lt. in
wx. K C Gym Squad.
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PHYLLIS N. ISRAEL "Phyl" ISAAC KHEDOURI "Ike"
Legal Stenographer C.C.N.Y., Businessman
Office Aide, Stenography Award. Marshal Squad.
"In this case P. I. doesn't mean Poison "We like Ike too!"
ELAINE M. LACHENMEYER
EDWARD T. KENNY JR. N. Y. Tech. Institute, Secretary
Asheville-Biltmore Jr. ,Newman Club.
"Nothing could be finer than to be in "Elaine the fair, Elaine the lovable."
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Study Hall Aide.
"A sweet thing in a lot ot fancy dressing."
FRANK J. LAURENT
Business Career .
"Business is like oil, it won't mix with any-
thing laut business."
GERTRUDE E. LEOFFLER "Trudy"
"A sunny disposition." B
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"He'll be a service in any service." A ' xi?-
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A, Art Office, Program Ottice. JP:
A ---7 , , "Ah-lene." "
A JOAN B. MATHEWS "Joany" 'vi "" 6-
State Tech., Buyer ' gg-:'?,', A y
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Mrs. Helen J. Wieting
"A diamond in the rough."
RICHARD A. MILLER
Notre Dame, Baseball Player
life's average will be as great as his
State Tech., Dental Hygienist
Attendance Office Aide, Service Certificate.
"A smiling face shows a smiling beard."
ROBERT A. PALMA "Bob"
Captains Corps, Marshal Squad, Attendance
"T.V. or not T.V., that is the question."
JERRY H. PASTER
Lt. Marshal Squad.
"Ghost writers in the sky."
RONALD D. RATNER "Ron"
Farmingdale, Dairy Farmer
on Marshal Squad, G.O. Rep.
"How the onna' kee him down on the
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PATRICIA J. REILLY "Pat" WILLIAM H. ROSS "Bill" ANlTA L. SANN
Newman Club, Jr. Dramatic Club, Library
Staff, Aide in Program Office.
"She's living the life of Reilly."
MARION M. REINDL
Chorus, Park Otiice.
"Sweet Maid Marion
President of Marshal Squad.
"Bill Ross-first our gain, now our loss."
SANFORD A. SACHS
Sgt. Marshal Squad, Gym Captain, Three
"You can spot him anywhere by his hair."
State Tech., Dental Hygienist
Emergency Room Aide, Attendance Aide.
"There's nobody neater than Nita."
ROZANN B, SINGER
Attendance Ottice Aide, English Office
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Secretary and Typist
"A good addition to any firm."
DENNIS B. STEPHENS
University of Virginia, U. S. Army
"None but the brave deserve the fair."
PAUL J. STURM
U. S. Merchant Marine Academy,
Capt. Marshal Squad, Ushers Squad, Stage
Crew, Baseball Team, Beacon.
"The world knows little of its greatest
DONN A. SULLIVAN "Donnie"
Basketball Team, Marshal Squad, Captains
"A high scorer with everyone."
LlLLlAN M, TANSEY "Lil"
"Lillian figures to be a good accountant."
JOYCE L. VIRGA
Marshal Squad, Emergency Room Aide, Pro-
gram Office Aide.
"lt's the little things that count."
JEROME P. VITARELLI "Jerry"
University of Pittsburgh
Marshal Squad, Engineering Club, Fencing
Team, Museum Squad.
"Seek and you shall find."
JOSEPH WOLF "Joe"
Brooklyn College, Used Car Salesman
Captains Squad, Marshal Squad.
"He'Il steer his way to success."
BARRY S. YOUNG
N.Y.U., Business Administration
Captain Marshal Squad, Usher Squad.
"Work tascinates me-I can sit and look at
it for hours."
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ir I Bronze Award, Bowling Intramural Award,
, Yearbook Photographer.
"He's given 'proof' of his capacity."
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"Oh What a Beautiful Morn' " ..................... ........... O h! No! lt's Monday
"Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder" ............................ That's why I cut
"I Walk AIone" .................................................... A trip to the Cutting Ottice
"AIways" ........................ ....................... ....................... L a te for school
"Because of You" ............... ...... l got a minus for talking
"I Ain't Got Nobody" ........... ........ A tter Gym Exercises
"Can't Help Lovin' That Man" ......... ..... H e passed me in French
"Don't Get Around Much Anymore" ...... ..... l lost my program card
"The Happy Wanderer" .................................................................. Mr. Lapp
Show Me the Way To Go Home" ...................... I wore dungarees to school
'Lucky, Lucky, Lucky Me" ................ ......... 7 th and 8th Study with 6th lunch
'Fairy Tales" .................................................................... Homework excuses
'I Didn't Slip, I Wasn't Pushed, I FeII" .. That's why l'm in the emergency room
'Come On A My House" ................................ l'll help you with your Argyles
'Home Cooking" ....................................... ..................... l bring my lunch
'That's My Desire" .............................................. HARVARD, Here we come!
'I Don't Want To Set the World On Fire" ........ Just give me a light, will ya?
'I'Il Build A Stairway To Paradise" .................................... For seniors only?
'In Some Secluded Rendezvous" ........................ l'll meet you at the flagpole
'On That Great Come and Get It Day" ........ ..................... G raduation day
'Auf Wiedersehn" .................................... ....... S ee you on Alumni night
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WE'VE HAD IT
FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE JUNIOR SENIQR
Detention It will never It can't Never again l'll keep this
happen to me happen to me seat permanently
College I'II go to W l'lI go to I'Il go to See you at
Harvard M. I. T. N. Y. U. Queens
G' O. dues I want to help I want my class I want the They'll have to
y the school to get TOOGK: service credit Catch me fi,-Sf
I want to get
fgirlj The cutest
boys join this one
l'm working for
a service pin
I'll ioin anything
if itfll go on my
Clean gym suit,
Clean gym suit,
Note from my
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F- H- H- 5- Best School Best School Good school What School?
in New York in Queens
ime'9e"'CY only when Only when sick Got a headache QUT late 'OSI
00m deathly sick night
Marks Ill get a Ill get an You can pass Marks donw count
95 average 85 average H with 65
Senior LITTH wah ii' run unit lisa Senior staircase Now I never even
Staircase in can use ey won ca c -so what! See it
fgirll I like the ,
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Assemblies They're always They're inter- Pass me the ZZZZZZZI
so interesting esting newspaper
You mean you You get them FOI' 5C1l6r
I think my sister
has an old one
got it from a
free with your
Senior pin . . .
BOY? Senior Dues Hot thrown in
Baskefbcll I'll go to I'll go to every I'll read about it Eoresl E"'1S'!' H
Games every game home game in the Beacon as G Us el 0
Homework It's a necessary I fl-tink VH be l'll do an extra Ilomevlirk' me
evil absent tomorrow l'eP0"f Insiecld ,ey S I,
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Cafeteria Better than the Beiief 'IIWGH Better than Illlnhcwe Chocolate
Specials Waldorf Addie Vallins Penn Drug Cookles and
Passes Here 'I 'S' It's somewhere MUST have WI-mf arg they?
right here dl-Oeped if
It's a privilege Where's a book I could buy The iglfll I hope
I-lbfC'fY to have G library on spurious book ahead she'll believe
like ours talipes valgus? ' Y' pm Bob jones
Lunch Hour Mybmother slgid Lets go Watch 'fm going to do Nglhen do you
to Uy 0 We ' the boys run track. work for Mr- - - - O your
balanced meal homework?
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CROSSING AHEAD-EYES FRONT!
Hello out there, here's the news of the world today, June 28, 1975. Let's
take a look around this big nation of ours ....
On the Political Front-
President Willen today announced that he is not a candidate for a second term.
lt was revealed today that Jacqueline Winter, United States delegate to London,
plans to meet with world powers on treaty talks in the very near future.
Last night, at Convention Hall, Sheila Burke, noted authoress, addressed massed
forces of the Republican party on the subject "We Will Rise Again."
Secretary of the Treasury, Harriet Pakula, announced that plans for mauve dollar
bills are now under way.
On the Home Front-
Newly-elected Governor Stanley Morris began his much-discussed "Music in the
Park" plan today.
Nobel prize winning scientists Roberta J. Fishman and Michael Fried today told the
world about their dual proiect on radio-active boll weevils.
Man-about-the-world Peter Wyman having iust completed his greatest opus, The
Wyman Saga, told reporters today that he plans to tour the world in the lead role of
Why Wyman?, written, produced and directed by Mr. Wyman.
Linda Greengard, new editor of the New Yorker, was given a testimonial dinner
at the Waldorf last night. Speakers were Sheila Levin, editor of the New York Times,
Edith Laulicht, Pulitzer Prize winning author and president of the fire prevention league,
Lora Goldman, poet of "What's the Point" fame, Lynn Luria, syndicated columnist and
llsa Klotzman, famous poet and artist.
Philosopher Irene Lander returned from India today after having set the world's
Yogi headstanding record.
-FLASH-Famous snake-fancier William Gehrman, at his snake farm in Southern
California, was iust swallowed by a pet Boa constrictor. Mr. Gehrman commented from
the depths, "Just tickle his stomach."
In the Theatre-
Lee Keiser, who opened, last night, in Mel Orlinsky's new play, which was directed
by Debbie Weisman, was unanimously acclaimed by the critics.
Star-studded charity benefit for the Orphans Fund, last night, featured Gene Brees-
kin, violin virtuoso, Irwin Kaplan, noted dancer and well-known actors, Stephen Gronfein
and Mel Young.
Robert Cox's controversial portrait of nuclear physicist Peter Roemer has just been
accepted by the Museum of Modern Art.
In the Sports World-
Home coming Olympic champions Helga Deutsch and Sy Kulick are expected fo'r
the Heroes' ticker tape parade down Broadway today.
The Davis Cup is once again in U. S. hands thanks to Stanley Jarman and Tommy
Well, that's the news for today. We will be back again same time tomorrow. Good
night and good luck.
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Last Will and Testament
We, the Senior Class of 1955, being as sound of mind cmd body
fdespite contrary faculty opinionslj, as is humanly possible after our four
year ordeal, and realizing with conflicting emotions that June draws inex-
orably near, do hereby publish and ordain this, our last will ancl testament.
A decade and some years ago, our mothers brought forth into the
waiting world of public schools, 866 new pupils, happily unshackled by
knowledge and dedicated to the proposition that ignorance is bliss. Since
that time we have been engaged in a great civil war to test whether our
ignorance for anyone else'sj so depressing and so unfathomable can long
endure under the rule of better and wiser men otherwise known as teachers.
It can't, and we lost. So ,... we tried to initiate new traditions, as instance
the radically new blueprint designs for the Tower swimming pool, the student
erected newsstand on the front campus, fnow leased to "Mike"1, and the
marvelous knitting class under Mr. Wolfsie's tutelage. lncidentally, when
electing this latter class, ask for "Chorus."
Enslaved students will little note nor long remember what is said, fa fact
borne out by B. of Ed. testimonyj but they must listen and help to finish the
remaining portions of our monumental task. We implore them to see that
Mr. Wilson has some little token of appreciation for the farm back home,
Mr. Bartlett does not want for a spanking new College Handbook, Mrs. Weil
has students so willing to please that they will act as much like Walt Disney
characters as they can. Please give Mrs. Finnegan an expense free trip down
Memory Lane and do let Mrs. Keyes have her mother-of-pearl knitting
needles, and Mr. Morrison a solid supply of imported cigars. To les ieunes
filles we address a special plea that they keep their hair long for Mr. Palleri's
sake and because of Mr. Roemer we hope to see one among them such a
paragon of virtue that she does not chew gum ancl can rattle off 150 words a
minute in Sten. class.
Look into Mr. Pred's desire for an Honor Class that really is . . . ancl
always be prompt with Dr. Entin's deadlines. A fund, to be administered by
able and honest students will enable the Cutting Office to have ten Lapps
around the school.
Let these wishes be carried out, so that the faint traces of the Senior
Class of 1955 shall not perish from the earth.
A Long Glance Backward
We were the very models of those freshmen so uneducated
As we entered Forest Hills with our egos very much inflated.
Grammar school and junior high were now the past historical
And life at Alma Mater was to be the allegorical.
We set to work with fervent glee, embraced the life scholastic
Wore freshman beanies with such love, 'twas almost tres fantastic,
Our class of '55 was new, with goals, ideals to be obtained
Our years of work, of love and life, we'll now with pen set to explain.
'Twas basketball, of basketball, the team would soon achieve renown
With points much scored, esprit de corps, we were the victors of the town.
Our tennis team and soccergogihwe gave them praise with fervent pride
While backing them pheartycheersiour cheerleaders hastened to their
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To see and r o - of all these games, of news .imp nt and recent capers
We leaf' kvvithgvigor 4 mparte through our
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We recall o A . ith growing zeal, ath, French and now Hebrew
A group of stalwart hearty men, 'tis one we must remember
For our marshals stern with true blue rule, discipline did they engender.
The lunchroom, too, serene with peace with specials flying high
Is one which evokes from one and all an ecstatic scholastic sigh,
The marble white gleam, with daily polish, hark! the senior stairs
Not outdone by futile pranks, recalled by all, e.g. bomb scares.
Books to read and books to love, the library beckons us in
Where an overdue book or overloud voice throws us deep in a life of sin
The greeters greet, the leaders lead and the teachers teach evermore
While College Boards and Regents, too, all clamor for ever high scores
I The poet laureate and writer inspired, Forest Leaves they profoundly praise
While pen in hand and head in clouds, they search for the everlost phrase
Our G.O. has risen since years gone by and established new reign supreme
With Senate and Council all in accord to uphold the new regime
The Senior prom and Junior hop, alas, they're far in the past
But their memories of fun and other such stutt will last and last and last
Every year, only once, the becolored day comes, we don now our colors
And follow the halls with heads held high, decked with red, bright yellow
Scientists, too, converge in these halls to discuss the amoeba minute
And after discussion submit to Westinghouse findings based on the astute
We pass through these halls, where echoes now call to us as we leave
And remind us in between goodbyes of all we did and did not achieve
This is our history, little or big, ancient or Greek, 'tis not
But merely recall of that which seemed little and now seems to claim a lot
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We're now the very models of those seniors so well educated
This goal achieved by methods stated, then again reinstated
To leave our Alma Mater, no choice is given, 'tis claimed by fate
For diplomas we clutch, in cap and gown, memories will not abate
We bid farewell, we say good-bye, au revoir and other such calls
As we walk with hope, through our well known and always remembered
Forest Hills is far, the tower looms, a speck with a distant gleam
But we will never forget, never let down that ever familiar scene.
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Can You Picture . . .
Mike Willen without a crew cut . . . Bobbi Fishman with a double failure . . .
Doris Dassau in "Levis" . . . Roger Haloua failing French . . . Rhoda Lionell without a
collar . . . Ellie Boltson without an Arista pin . . . Mr. Bartlett riding a bus . . . Mr. Kernan
without the BEACON . . . Helga Deutsch failing gym . . . Mr. Kerr without "Project" . . .
The cafeteria without lines . . . Paula Glassman ever sad . . . Mr. Gleason without
"Julius Caesar" . . . Carol Marks not in a dither . . . Gene Breeskin a brunette . . .
Mr. Schwartz without T.V .... Jr. UNESCO without Jackie Winter . . . Gym without
exercise . . . Dr Entin withbut a wink . . . Miss Rivoli not changing shoes . . Ruthi
Friedman not arguing . . . Irwin Kaplan without white bucks . . . Annabelle Freeman
speechless . . . Phyllis Miner without a Senior Hat . . . Nina Osipow not dancing . . .
Sy Kulick without a basketball . . . Dotty Harter not chewing gum . . . Sue Wartur with
a long pony tail . . . Oli Johnson without a Marshall badge . . . Mr. Ritchie condemning
Scotland . . . The Problem of the Week without Carl Koenig . . . Mr. Lapp without a
school sweater . . . Marty Posner without "horn-rims" . . . The G.O. without Mr. Carter
. . . Naomi Mutterperl without Steve Drezner . . . Harriet Pakula without S signs . . .
Mel Orlinsky not hamming . . . 8th termers without their staircase . . . The orchestra
without Stan Morris . . . Hanna Sor without that gleam . . . Senior Dues Collection
without Judy Bogard . . . Tommy Silbiger without a tennis racquet . . . The swimming
team without Steve Kaplan . . . Marion Boenau and Norma Lent without ledger books
. . . Bernie Spirgel without a laugh . . . Shelly Bloch without a camera . . . The Young
twins without college sweatshirts . . . Toby Frank talking slowly . . . Linda Greengard
not editing . . . Bobbi Blumstein without those "sun-Tips" . . . Forest Hills without Alumni
. . . we hope not, for we the future Alumni want to remember Forest Hills as it has
always been to us --l-- "our guide and stay .... " '
A Visit From the Mob
'Twas the period before lunch, when all through the school
Not a thing was stirring, fNot even the poolj
The "specials" were shaking and quaking with fear
For they knew that the students were perilously near.
The cream cheese was nestled all snug in the salad,
The yogurt to the lettuce was singing a ballad,
When out through the hall there arose such a clatter
And everyone did know just what was the matter.
For into the lunch room there flew with a crash
Thousands of students quick as a flash.
More rapid than eagles they sped for their lunches
fAt ll o'clock some do call them brunchesj
They shouted, they pushed, they whistled and stomped
When they met with an obstacle, through it they romped,
And then, in a twinkling, with their lunches they flew
Up to their tables, their hair askew.
They rushed through their meals with, oh, such babble
KBelieve me, my dears, 'twas no game of scrabbleli
And after, they ran with their trays to stack
Then with their tokens, to tables went back
To talk, and sing, and some, comb their hair
Then, after that, an anecdotal card fair,
'Twas only in a place like the cafeteria
Where 'twas found such a case of mass hysteria!
Then blew the whistle, and away they raced
Clear through the doors, their bodies braced.
Butl heard one say, as he ran out of sight,
"Marciano, l'm sure, never fought such a fight!"
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ON THE COURT
The '54-'55 hoopsters gave Forest Hills a season that will
long be remembered for its wide range of excitement.
Games decided by less than five points were not uncommon,
as a relatively short F.H. squad fought the decidedly taller
Bayside, Bryant and L. I. C. quintets. An overtime game with
Bayside, second ranking team in the league, was the biggest
thriller of the season, as our opponents squeeked through on a
single foul shot. Bryant, top squad on the North Shore listing,
also pulled a close contest out of the fire in the final five seconds
of an action packed game. Forest Hills' largest point spread of
the season was in a game with Edison that ended 89-29.
Thus, when all the dust had cleared, Coach Conlan's
Rangers stood in third place with a 9-5 record. Largely respon-
sible for the favorable side of this tally were Sy Kulick and Stan
Needleman, co-captains of the team. Their expert playmaking
and shooting carried the squad past many formidable adver-
saries. Stan, a junior, was high scorer for the squad. Don Sullivan
and Gary Baum, both measuring 6' 3", carried the height for the
squad as they controlled the backboards in many contests. The
cry "Get up there, Sullivan," issuing from the bench, was a
familiar one that usually gave rise to a good lump. Bob Loos
came in many times when these top men faltered, and held his
position very effectively.
Another factor in the success of the team was its fighting
spirit. Vinnie Montalto and Maurice Rind provided more than their
share of drive, and gave the team the spark it needed. Tony
Carpio played only half the season, as he was graduated in Jan-
uary, but he still racked up a terrific foul shooting record. The
remaining members of the team, Mike Willen, Gary Wolk, who
ioined the squad in mid-season, and Donny Lefkowitz, showed
fine ball playing whenever they were called upon to back up the
regulars. Most credit of all, however, is owed to Coach Ed Conlan
for his fine work. The precision teamwork displayed by all the
men was made possible only through his untiring efforts.
ON THE DIAMOND
Following their most successful season in years, the Forest Hills nine
looked forward to bettering that record.
Big righthander Ritchie Miller and southpaw Bruce Jaslow, both
seniors, were the outstanding campaigners who had lecl the team to a
brilliant third place finish the year before.
Sluggers Mike Willen and Siggy Rand were expected to reverse
those close one and two run losses of the year before, while Phil Huang
nailed down the previously dubious backstop position.
The predictions on the outcome of the approaching season were
optimistic. Coach Lapp had only one weak position to contend with, short-
stop, and the quality of the candidates in line for the job disspelled any
When the season came to a close, the prognosticators were far from
disappointed as the Forest Hills Baseball team again commanded cheers
from its followers.
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With the running of the Queens and New York
City Public School Athletic Championships, the T954
cross-country season sprinted to a climactic close as
the Forest Hills thin-clads captured team honors by
copping eighth place out of a vast field of New York
With ace varsity harrier Bob LaRocca setting the
pace, the Rangers rolled across the two and a half
mile course at Van Cortlandt Park, and competed
successfully in over eight runs.
Bruce Jaslow, captain of the team, was respon-
sible for the spirit that prevailed among all the
members of the squad. John Legler, the silent speed-
ster, consistently turned in clockings under fifteen
minutes. George Shilling also competed in his usual
grand manner. The nucleus of the team is incomplete
without the iack-of-all-trades, Bob Cox.
Four weeks aft'er the x-country season ended,
the indoor tracksters started their meets. The Hillites
competed in many group dual competitions, a ma-
iority of which were won. The team was sparked by
co-captains Bob Cox and Harold Marcone.
Norm Goldstein, the 60-Yd. Dash sprinter,
chalked up many points by consistently winning his
event. The Mile and Half-Mile relay teams consisted
of Bruce Jaslow, Eddie Shapiro, Bob Harris, Shelly
Bloch and Paul Sheffield. The Mile-Relay copped
gold medals in the Metropolitan IC4A Champion-
George Shilling, the star 880-man, was always
depended upon to hit the tape first. Bob Cox, the
team's 60-Yd. High Hurdler, finished iust short of win-
ning in the United States National Championships
at Madison Square Garden. The shot putter, Bob
Taubert, was responsible- for the very close victories
over many of the powerful Queens high schools.
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The Forest Hills soccer team, perennially near the
top of the league, compiled a 6-3-3 record this year
and finished in second place. Coach Raymond Doyle
was largely responsible for this successful season.
Scoring honors were taken by Captain Ben
Palmblad and Artie Boodaghian. Ilan Rothmuller led
the team in assists and his brilliant play won him a
berth on the All-Queens team.
Claudio Pessoa, Bert Blum and Eddy Manousott
excelled on offensive positions, while Co-captain Sait
Derinsu, Shelly Weiss, Al Aghazadian, Lloyd Werner,
and Jobi Kaemmerer spearheaded the defensive
Goalie Eddie Filho played superlatively through-
out the season. His indispensability was recognized
by all, and he was selected as goalie for the All-
The substitutes who gave their all for the team
were George Pino, Kenny Wheck, Pete Cummins,
Dom Messina, George Mah, Manny Monogenis, .lack
Ruben, Louis Gandasequi, Bob Haas, Jack Michonik,
Norm Fass, Rudy Brant, and Jerry Levine.
The Forest Hills swimming team compiled a 4-4
record. Many mermen excelled, but the team was
not strong in the breaststroke and diving depart-
ments. lt was these two Achilles' heels that kept the
mermen from higher honors.
The two co-captains, Steve Kaplan and Fred
Freund have been pillars of strength throughout their
high-school years, and were selected as members of
the All-Queens team. Chuck Efros, Joe Weinberger,
Bob MuroFF, and Gary Wallace also won coveted
Ken Leon and Mickey Ferber dominated back-
stroke competition, while Steve Josephson, Aaron
Schoenwitz and Ritchie Mintz comprised the medley
relay team. Ed Siegel and Artie Forrest were the
most versatile members of the team. Gus Morpurgo
was the team's standard bearer in diving, and An-
thony Dichiaro excelled in the free-style.
This year, for the first time, the mermen began
to use the new pool which opened up at the Forest
Hills Jewish Center.
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1 5 3 tennis activity in the United States. And some of the glory has rubbed
1 .. ,l,r A off on the tennis team here at Forest Hills High School.
N Traditionally the pacesetter of the Queens Tennis League, the
Y ..., 'V ,V In 1 VV., A A ,I FHHS net team has capped the circuit championship every year the
June 1955 class has been in school. To top it off, our racquet whizzes
V S " 0 f also won the city crown in 1954.
Many factors have contributed to the phenomenal success of the
tennis team. Chief among them is the enthusiasm for the sport which
the student body-both male and female-exhibits. Another is the
inspiring leadership of Mentor Selig Bernstein, who has sponsored
intra-murals, instruction clinics, and participation in outside tourna-
ments in addition to regular team activities. Of course, the "big three"
netmen of the Class of '55 . . . Tom Silbiger, Howie Mencher, and Stan
Jarmon . . . are the boys whose performances have brought home the
Tom Silbiger, seeded number one on the team, won the Max
Jacobs Memorial Tennis Tournament for two years in a row. Tom's
devastating backcourt game is his most effective weapon.
Howie Mencher and Stan Jarmon shared second honors in the
ff W Ng- annual fall tourneys of 1952-1954.
' Howie, who relies primarily upon his sharp net game, and Stan,
1 1 v 1 ' ' whose play is strong both at the net and in the backcourt, have com-
? lv X piled enviable records.
Among the seniors who have also served on the squad are Paul
Hirsch and Peter Moss. Steve Schuker has served as team manager
for the past three years. Harold Weber and Steve Halpern, two juniors,
should also be given credit for their excellent play.
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The Forest Hills bowling team enjoyed the finest
season in its history, winning the Queens champion-
ship. The team clinched the title in its final games.
The keglers carried the largest squad in the
league. Jonny Leifer was the team's top scorer, with
a 208 high and a 175 point average. Next was Bob
Friedman, another T75 bowler, who finished second
in the team's scoring. Third man was Geoff Richstone.
Geoff, a T65 bowler, bowled the team's top game,
a 216. Rounding out the starting team was anchor
man and Captain, Lenny Fertman. Lenny, who aver-
ages l55 was a key figure in the team's drive to
victory. Fifth and sixth men were Tommy Mihoulides
and lra Kaskel. Tommy, a senior, and lra a junior,
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filled in ably when one of the big four faltered.
The other seniors on the squad were Kenny
Stein, Warren Marcus, Pete Roemer, Ed Abramowitz
and Robert Eng.
During the season, over 'IOO boys bowled in
P.S.A.L. Queens competition. Four of our bowlers
finished in the top twenty. Johnny Leifer ranked
fourth, Bob Friedman, sixth, Geoff Richstone, ninth,
and Lenny Fertman copped sixteenth. ln the New
York City standings, Leifer placed tenth and Friedman
At the individual tourney, Bob Friedman won the
top honors in Queens.
The Forest Hills fencing team, under the able
direction of Mr. Victor Ritchie, bettered their second
division finish of last year.
Marty Belitz led the graduating men in perform-
ance. He was closely followed by Captain David
Fish and Don Corbin. Eugene Glazer, a sophomore,
was the up and coming man of the team. The rest
of the squad consisted of Jared Kaminsky, also a
senior, Lada Simek, and William Kao. High indi-
vidual performances is expected from many members
of the team next year, and the prospects for the
future are bright.
Under the inspired, able leader-
ship of Mr. Joseph Tuzza, Forest
Hills' handball team, always a
strong contender tor league leader-
ship, came through as expected in
Coach Tuzza stated, "ln my opin-
ion, Stu Altman is one of the best
strategists in the game. He has a
good 'kill' shot and plenty ot fight."
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Stu was the spirited captain of the
Stan Cohen and Artie Meyerson
rounded off the singles team. Richie
Mintz, Davy Grosse, Al Berkowitz
and Arnie Finklestein made up the
Congratulations are in order to
Forest Hills High School's highly
Under the watchful eyes of Mr.
Joseph Herschel, the Forest Hills
golf team has developed into one
of the most well balanced teams
in the PSAL league.
This year's graduating members
are Neil Abramson and Robert
Loos. Bob was referred to as the
inspiration behind the team. Neil
played every match last season,
winning nine of the team's matches.
The team ended the season with a
The untiring efforts of all the
boys will probably lead them to
the championships next year.
Basketball games at Forest Hills
are highlighted by the eleven red-
skiried members of our Cheerlead-
ing Squad. These energetic spirit-
boosfers are Monique Brunschwig,
captain, Maryan Piliero, co-cap-
tain, Sherry Olan, Marianne Sina-
cori, Gail Handelsman, Toby Frank,
Sheila Gore, Harrie? Pakula, Sue
Quarfin, Sally Weisbarth, and Joan
Reinhardt. The girls are supervised
by Miss Coghlan.
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-fthe fourth time in fi
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sturbed by a bomb scare.
uccessive days last moxi V igig
one calls received by FHF i
ited a thorou l1iQS:P9CtiQHE,
iersbs' at Biirs Tennis
been nQti0ing unusual
'W being held to uncover
for 'che F01-est Hills
slider to fiii this
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is expected to have have all graduated., Ray
yPrqtoi Present 'Chimes' g
nd, wi!B5f0"f0fmQ0!0r Xmas Assemblies i
ffm 3 Hg envelope marked Senior
Dues to Say hello, but she did
manage to wave 'as she swished
,to too large quantities offthe anti-
I You can't tellfwhat may yet be
X off in the direction of the Shoe
ldistilled in the FI-IHS Retort,
. A' I K --R. Bf department. '
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Oif F1-DHS ha'
A fighting, ibut: 11
Quintet fell. bi
drive and spit
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which is being
in the boys' Sym
Pio, has aeam Su,
mirabie goals, 231915
iicin: -ui on .1ya'inv.i,y yi.-yu'idLl:gi....4'1
':iheTJl0ng?' by POST Soulsfwhoiofie, who finished in 1:13, d mms .,
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tsuplfcelme as 5 g Dnds better than vsraiy. , A WAR the action-ill
Wondering about the Sevoody Davis was the only Range? Superior Court ofa
extinction of the ieihargic, br ELYLJNS .mtlei . H532 thefiesellt 'Ima
tive FI-IHS student, pass inprbf: ' A Q ' . 1'
we visited Mr. George Lapp. T13
we learned from the head Qv-334, -' 1. 1 V I , A wil ,
Marshal Squad that thef ,
making things hot fort 4 . 1
foolish Hillites who roam tt I
without pass or reason. X
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niiestions to be answered
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al and , - . i'Tf'-'i-'-':g,:.fgg,Lz. to carry a bottle or Air- lulinlg 'func' I ' Y f '
mile, I' H115 l.4alCl?I'la Vick with them to counteract the cn Ere' A - .
-nien- Forest Hills High School was Efect. It is, indeed, a re ' ' L ' a
Eduqalmope among several high schools. .. J-lilllqa-TYWQ 1Z9"P01't. 135-9' gl iq, RM U , ,N 1 W..
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' Leading the list
S is Roberta J.
i an average of
lbe the class val-
ir, 96,503 Stephen
5 Rita Ashman,
7.132 Peter Wy-
, Linda Rogers,
' A F ried, 94.233
' 94.203 Doris
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Miss BIa1'gargredlZZfeifSTl5ng these
adviser of the publication Ample '
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H. Students In md
I-City Concert g -New
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Jrchestra gave Yitgwgenli,-anmlal .sun at
Needy P GY f
hundred cans of stood froo n I S
e poor fanulles of our c B U Q . , I A Q
to brighten their Th
S udentsg larents
X For College Nigl
Representatives from over fortyll
College Night, December 2, at 7:45 p
.ents -first-hand infonnation on the
their higher education.
'College Night will be run in thn
T 'ishfew' tained fig?
gil Next Play
I1 Peter Wyman and Lee Keiser
in Wi11 play the leadingf5noleso11i'fThew,
-m-- - -- --- - fx me-h will.
A H N . 5 t .S Stem. Taming of the Shrew,.,,,w 1
The Forester, senior yearbook ervlce CX lglnlgv the FQHSOIIS fibe produged by Play PY0duct10riV
1 P o's'ComedY'VlDlF. Ryan Cautions
H reiSeff0fASSemb"eS' Secret Societies
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asenior Arista, under thelilirectioni Officials ,Chosen Dr. Leo Ryan, Pflnclpal Og Fig
on the l
of Mr. Mcrnuoe, collecte l 'i "'f"LM1lll-llc reef-HU-ls H-W-11-Schoollfisue ..5..l-- 4
verannino essions r rieflman Will' nito Vie for
. . f G.0. Elections to be Held J
tl . Eall Register'
o ' .1 Highest Ever V.
A . 5- The primary election for various offices in
fsYoo Marie l
1 . f- Mr' Edm--ond Runge, Social ien ly Joinso
. nd ei a relaxing r
f studies teacher and Aggid aF3Siis'stin1uEating 7
l Offlce SUPQFWSOF' has 'if ff, of se their-.sehooif
7"-mSeni0r Class Advlsef to his wma' a while." sa
.The 'fegister 'of Forest Mills'
Hlzh School jumped again as
the names of 467 freshmen from
, P.s. 101, ns. 144, P.s. 99, ns,
117, and P.lS. 170, were entered
P on the rollbooks .jf twelve new
sections on September mu 1951.
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, me ndre
d downyand seemed to laugh
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gious merriment of the even-
ained mofentum. V
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that the' Prom emerged
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School Begins at 10 A.M4 7
Varsity Wipes Court
1 m me Gadfly which God im attached
to the Utah. and all day long and in lll
plucel am always fastening upon yon,
growing and persuading' and repronchlnz ,
you"-Analogy by Plum.
' - by PETE WYMAN
ffeffffeiining SDUFFS Silent Gift the YCHU While tripping merrily through the hall:
'l'0TL'1ql'f'Afi:an1kneL.lt'F0f6St Hills High Sami, as well faculty.
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. .. I H ' d b t - lrh ' Er? -years score was 49-46, in favor of
' We , WS 800 ' Ye ime- GPF' 4 i the undergraduates. -
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wary to class today, I stopped to ask m
"Where have you been all my life?"
Shocked at suchia personal question, I
figure out why I'd asked it. I usually dc
to myself unless no one else will listen. I c
L'-E9 R' Rylfl, Principal.
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THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES
ln the time allotted for the traditional dervish dance upon the greensward, each
being discovers one spot that to him is forever sacred and inviolate: for many of us it will
be this cheerful brick building where after, say, the rigours of gym, we rested our
bumped-twisted-and-traveled posteriors while trying to figure why x equalled 26 instead
of 37. Some will look at it with gleeful ioy when all they remember is loitering by the
flagpole or walking the halls without their program cards after having been expressly
forbidden to do so. Some will give it only a passing glance, seeing it as a place from
which they gladly escaped. But . . . for the others, it is an Eden left behind. Here, they
were forced to discard careless ways and begin to question the why and wherefore of
all things. This, then, is the place they will yearn for when time has passed and even a
fool would never dream of asking them to touch their toes. Around this place, the sun
will always fall comfortingly. Eternally the trees will wear the fresh green of spring. The
scoffers will not see these things nor will they call to mind the time when all days wore a
halcyon complexion and swaggering cavaliers marched gaily Cif subconsciously a trifle
ill at easel, side their chosen ladies. Perhaps, they will sense vaguely that something is
missing, though unlike Peter Pan and his shadow, no one will know exactly what or how
to go about finding it. No one, that is, except the dreamers, for they will never have lost
it. Here, within familiar walls, they can come back, at any time, and even as gray and
settled as the rest, looking backward for a stolen moment, they will be young.
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By the U.N. Housing Proiect
Sits that ever famous building
Known to all as Forest Hills
Come to that wigwam, large and learned
Braves from all surrounding woodlands
And amidst them, hale and hearty
Comes little freshman known as Watha
He enters now Tepee of learning
Book under arm and pencil sharpened
Through halls he walks with silent tread
Until he scouts out home room section
Here he meets now new sub-chief
Courageous leader of the sub sub tribes
Now he goes to strange new courses
Learns new language, learns of Caesar
Taught by sub-chiefs, smart and witty
Watha wrestles with trig and nometry
Eat his deer meat in the lunch room
Called by tribal name - cafeteria
Warriors brave patrol this eating place
Known by that famed name of Chief Lapp's
They seek with threats of Indian torture
Birch bark with a mark by sub chief
After many moons of learning
Love comes to our little Watha
For in class of strange new language
Sits Indian maiden Minnie Haha
Now together through learned wigwam
Stroll Minnie and Watha hand in hand
Who face together the brave fierce marshals
And learn together from Chief Alma Mater
Watha no longer a brave young freshman
He now has gained to new scout status
Called a senior in tribal lingo
A position of title to our proud Watha
Soon he will seek another hunting ground
And new adventure will claim our young hero
Comes the day long awaited for the final pow
The great chief signs the Laudatory Wampum
And we leave our little Watha
As he steps from learned tepee
To search new woods with his Indian maiden
ln that ever loved village - Sacred Hill of the
7? 91 95
By the shores of Flushing Bay
By the U.N. Housing Project
Sits that ever famous building
Known to all as Forest Hills.
Words and Music
by Wilbur Hamje
Let us raise a song
To Alma Mater strong!
Our guide and stay, she'll be for aye,
Her pow'r will long sustain us.
When we must part,
Deep-graven in each heart
Will live fond thoughts of yesteryear,
Of days at FOREST HlLLS.
THE F.H.'s HANDBOOK FOR INCOMING FRESHMEN
I. DIETARY LAWS
A piece of bread must accompany daily specials, such as
corn, potatoes, AND spaghetti.
All melba toast and "rabbit" food must be digested with
The cafeteria ceiling, in order to maintain high standards
set by past Hillites, must be plastered thoroughly with
straws and butter pats.
II. HALL PROCEDURES
A. Passes may be replaced only by Senior hats.
Warning all marshals: "Respect your elders!"
C. Drop what you're doing when the pledge begins. . .
Remember you're in Forest Hills now.
III. LOCKER REGULATIONS
A. Prepare excuses BEFORE leaving coats in friends' lockers.
B. Gym locks must remain open at all times for inspection
and honesty drills.
Materials must collect in lockers until the last day of every
IV. TEACHER TECHNICALITIES
Favors should be requested only during first or last
periods, when the teachers are either invigorated from
rest or too tired to say no.
Do not solicit the use of ink unless you've a penny handy.
Good marks are never achieved by asking teachers ques-
tions that are difficult to answer.
We, the graduating class of June, 1955, have abided faithfully by the
above rules. While they are subiect to amendment, they can never be revised,
as students, te'achers, and traditions fcommon only in Forest Hillsj live on
Junior ........ .
get out at four anyhow. . . .
.........I'm staying in to help my teacher. .
have to do work this afternoon
.........l've got detention. . . .
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Were walking by the school. MY voice is Qeffing wevker
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Ah, me, I was a fool.
But now, just four years later
I feel that I am wise,
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I see with Senior eyes.
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It all seemed so inviting '
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SENIOR smms, I read.
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When I'd Iook down and see
Three thousand underclassmen,
Gazing up at me.
I joined in all activities,
I unIatched every door.
I strove to give my services
For rewards that were in store.
I rushed through the busy halls
At Iast! this was my schoolf
Till I found the passes worthless
For the tower swimming pool.
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I indulged my little whim,
And invited all the Freshmen
To join me for a swim.
The time has come," the Senior said
To talk of this and that.
Of why we pay our Senior dues,
And wear our Senior hat.
Of why we have a saddened heart
As memories unwind,
As we see three thousand underciassmen
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Graduation is here, new lite's in sight
We shall bid farewell and 'leave our fair High
For we leave Alma Mater with nostalgic sigh.
The days, though, will return, with memories clear
We wonder and think ot the days then so dear ....
What happened to whatsis, where's dear ol' Joe Smith?
How will we know, is there no end to this myth?
There is a way for Forest Hills to be known still
The Alumni Bulletin, there's a way when there's a will
For we did subscribe, and monthly does it come
And remind us of school days, of laughter and of fun
Our addresses we gave, upon long sought graduation
Now it's news and reunions we hold, in anticipation
The reunion, which yearly calls alumni from far
The marriage of Joe G., the birth of Joan R.
They're all right there, in the Bulletin much read
So give your addresses when you leave your 'stead
We leave now the portals, the tower looms tall
But she will always remain, as symbol to us all
For Alumni knows all, we hear all the news
And memories remain, we never lose view
So remember the Association ot Alumni so great
And sign the list before it's too late . . .
No! No! lt's never too late ....
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Dr. 8. Mrs. J. Jacobowitz
Mr. 81 Mrs. Ben Lionell
Mrs. Milton G. Loefiler
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Machiz
Mr. 8. Mrs. Harry Mass 8. Family'
Sol Pred Student Tours
Gary 81 Sheryl Rosen
Mr. 8. Mrs. Sidney Sawyer
Mr. 8. Mrs. S. Scharfer
Phil 81 Millie Simon
Mr. 8. Mrs. Thomas Smith
Florence K. Stephens
Steve and Nimi
"TROPICANA" Fresh Orange Juice
Mr. 81 Mrs. Raphael H. Weissman
Mr. 8. Mrs. E. Westler
Mr. 81 Mrs. I. Jesse Winter
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