George W Wingate High School - Mosaic Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)
- Class of 1968
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George W. Wingale High School
Max Bromer, Principal
600 Kingslon Avenue
Brooklyn, New York H203
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Mosaic Staff ....
Principal's Message .......
Department Chairmen ......
A Candid View of Wingate 1968 ....... ....
Profile: The Wingate Student .....
Activities .... ....
Sports ..... ....
Music ................................... ....
Senior Celebrities, January ....... ....
Senior Celebrities, June ...,...... ...... ...... ....
George W. Wingate High School Alma Mater ...... ....
Graduating Class of 1968 ...... ....
Jeffrey Blumengold Robert Picone Selma Tenenbqum
Assistant Editor- Assistant Editor- Assigfqnf Edifor.
Harriet Duckler Lenny Migdql
Literary Editor Managing Editor
HGYVQY P055 Richard Spitz
Photography Editor Lqyguf Editor
Willie Mae Couturier
Mr. G. Tumminio
We wish to thank Mr. Ernest Seligmann, Mr. Russell Black, and Mr. Frank Paul lPaul
Studiosl for their help and co-operation in making this book possible.
HE HAD A DREAM
We mourn the death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who died so close
to the time of our graduation and who dared to dream the impos-
"To dream the impossible dream, to reach the
unreachable star . . ."
Each one of us have high aspirations for the future and with graduation these
aspirations will begin to be realized. For us, these past years in Wingate have been
the most important ones in our lives. The foundations for all of our future endeavors
were set here and our characters have been created here. Some of us shall go on
to college. Others will seek places of employment. Whatever our plans may be for
the immediate future, we must realize that whatever we decide from this point on
will become an important factor in determining the pattern which our lives will follow.
We have now reached a turning point in our lives. We are no longer children
who will act on decisions made for us by teachers and relatives. That stage in our
lives has past forever. Impish ideas and childlike pranks must be left behind, for
now we have encroached on the path of adulthood. Those who are unable to accept
the pressures and responsibilities now facing them will turn back and look for a crutch
upon which to lean. The stronger ones shall boldly step out into the world, defiantly
throw off their immaturity and become young men and women.
We are now old and prudent enough to realize that we are not about to be
miraculously transposed into a person of fame and fortune. No fairy god-mother is
going to come and sprinkle dust on our heads, no golden gates are going to open
and lead us to success. Perhaps movies and books have told us that this is how it
happens, but in reality, we know incidents such as that are rare.
Everyone likes to dream of how things will be when he is rich and famous.
How all of the various luxuries of the world will be at his fingertips. It is fine to have
a dream or a goal of this sort, but you can not build your life on dreams alone.
lt would be wonderful if every man could weave a dream which would keep him
from want and despair. Unfortunately, this is not so. Our dreams can become realities
only if we strive with our last ounce of courage "to reach the unreachable star."
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Mr. M. Bromer
To the Senior Class of 1968,
In leaving Wingate you will be going from
a comparatively peaceful, sheltered, and con-
trolled environment into a world that may shock
with its violent reactions, unfamiliar sights, and
lack of structure. In a very immediate sense,
your graduation will mark the passing of the
basic responsibility for your life and actions
from your parents and school to you.
Far-reaching changes have taken place in
this new arena you are about to enter. Not so
long ago, the ballot, letters, petitions, mass
meetings, writings, peaceful picketing were the
maior means by which the common person or non-governmental group sought to in-
fluence political, social, and economic events and decisions. The number of com-
mitted persons was comparatively small, the changes sought comparatively limited
Since then, action has shifted to such forms as the sit-in, mass picketing, mass
marches, direct action in city streets, political action, neighborhood action groups,
poverty corporations, direct challenge to laws or regulations which are opposed,
local control of social institutions, young people's repudiation of accepted social
values. The changes now sought are more fundamental and the numbers involved
actively have been increasing.
I know that many of you are impatient to play a more active role in life
while others much prefer a more peaceful road. l know, too, that some of you are
confused as to your goals in life. l can assure you that no matter which of these
groups you fall into, you will inevitably be forced to make commitments on one side
or the other. War, civil rights, education, poverty, personal dignity, survival will
force you to act. Realize, too, that in these parlous times, each step you take will
have an impact on your future as well as on the future of your family, friends and
Blind action does not guarantee the right outcome. History has taught us
that action is a two-edged sword-it can lead to an extension of political, social
and economic democracy, but it can also lead to a Hitler and decision by terror
and force. lt, therefore, behoves each of you to act with understanding and knowl-
edge. You may often be forced to act having only an incomplete grasp of the sit-
uation. Act when you must, but go on from there studying, seeking understanding
and learning all your life. A famous philosopher once said it, "With all thy
getting, get understanding."
Max Bromer, Principal
Mr. M. Greenstein
Mrs. N. Friedberg
Mr. N. Glass
Mrs. R. Eiseman, Secretary
Mrs. M. Grady, Secretary
Mrs. D. Ramer, Secretary
Mrs. S. Reinheimer, Secretary
Miss A. Sfavis, Secretary
Mrs. Lipson Mrs. McGrony MVS- Olel'
Secretary Secretary Secfefaft'
Mr. L. Alper
Mrs. F. Eiseman Dr. L. Kaplan Mr. S. Koltun Mr. S. Kosfman
Library Music Art English
Mr. L. Krinsky Mr. 5. Nemson Mr. S. Pfeffer Mrs. J. Reagan
Boys PSySlCCl Foreign Language AcC0Unlm9 and Biology
Mr. M. Sukenik Mr. G. Waldman
8 Social Sfudies Mqfhemaffcs
Mr. M. Albert M' D Alfmm'
lndusfrial Arfs Boys Physmal
Mr' Archlbold M A Baden Mr P Becker Miss J Belcher
Fo"e'9" Language F0fe'9'1 l-U"'9UU9e Social Studies Home Arfs
Mr. D. Benisvy
Mr. F. Boyce
Mr. S. Daniels
Mr. L. Eisenberg
Mrs. R. Finkelstein
Miss R. Friedman
Mr. F. Farber
Mr. J. Fleisher
Mr. S. Friedman
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Mr. S. Finger
Mr. L. Friedlander
Mr. E. Giovanelli
Mrs. P. Gordon
Mr. M. Gutterman
Mr. N. Friedman
Mr. M. Goldberg
Mrs. M. Groman
Mrs. S. Hammer
ACCO'-mllng Social Studies Aff
Mrs. M. Hammerling Mr. H. Herzog
English and Speech Guidance Counselor
Mr. S. Katz
Mrs. A. Kenny
Mrs. F. Kavkevitz
Mr. S. Klein
Miss E. Heuman
Mrs. E. Jacobs
English and Speech
Miss A. Kantrow
Mr. F. Koury
English and Speech
Mr. A. Hudes
Mr. J. Kalton
Mrs. G. Kaplan
Mr. H. Keilson
Mr. W. Kroiter
Mr. J. Kamm
English and Speech
Mr. J. Kass
English and Speech
Miss J. Kemper
English and Speech
Mrs. R. Krongelb ll
Mrs' M' Kushner Mrs. J. Lederman
English and Speech Accounfing
Mr. J. Levy
Mr. A. Lichenstein MVS- P- Mdfk
Physical Science Girls Physical
Miss R. Mllbaur
Physical Science Mathematics
Mr. G. Lerner
Miss S. Levy
Mrs. E. McCatty
Bl0l09Y Mathematics Foreign Language
Miss A. Mendelson Mrs. S. Merriman
Mr. R. Miner
Mr. M. Pine
Mrs. M. Risfucci Mrs. E. Rogers Mr. C. Rosen Miss J. Rota Mrs, A, Rubin
Special Education G"l5 Pl1Yf'CUl ACCO'-mflflg Aff Girls Physical
Mrs. F. Salom Mr. E. Salzman
Biology Physical Science
Mr- B- 5Cl'lfVCll'f1 Miss C. Schwartz
Boys Physical English and Speech
Mr. S. Shaulson
Mr. C. Sherr Mr. J. Siehien
Biology Industrial Arts
Mrs. M. Spadaccum
Glfl-9 Pl'lY5lCUl Foreign Language
Mrs. S. Schechter Mr. M. Schulman
Girls Physical Physical Science
Mr. A. Seligman Mr. E. Seligmann , Mr. M, Senzon
Mathematics English and Speech physical Science
Mrs. B. Sheinin
English and Speech
Miss J. Slater
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Girls Physical Boys Physical English and Speech
Mr. J. Tanklow .
English and Speech mm. 'I' Tate
MYS. M. Townsel Mr. M. Tublin Mr. L. Tucker
Secretarial Studies Social Studies Boys Physical
Mr. G. Tumminio
English and Speech
Miss P. Tunick
Mr. A. Abelack, English and Speech
Mr. E. Berger, Boys Physical Education
Mr. M. Berman, Accounting
Mr. J. Bloom, Social Studies
Mrs. I. Bush, Secretarial Studies
Mr. M. Chermak, Accounting
Mr. D. Cohen, Social Studies
Mr. L. Cunningham, Industrial Arts
Mrs. A. Engel, Accounting
Mrs. B. Getter, Special Education
Mrs. H. Goldberg, Art
Mr. M. Pasternak, Social Studies
Mr. J. Johnson, Secretarial Studies
Mr. M. Kraskow, Social Studies
Mr. J. Markham, English and Speech
Mrs. E. Manda, English and Speech
Dr. Mandel, Accounting
Mrs. A. Middleman, Mathematics
Mr. J. Schwartz, English and Speech
Miss A. Greenberg, Girls Physical Education
Mr. H. Silverstein, Biology
Mr. P. Simon, Art
Mrs. B. Shurtok, Secretarial Studies
Mr. M. Slakter, English and Speech
Mrs. E. Solovay, College Guidance Counselor J
Mr. V. Spetalnick, English and Speech J
Miss E. Wasserman, State Employment Counselg
Mr. H. Zeiger, Social Studies
Miss.C. Uhrman Mr. L Weidman
Mr. G. Weinstein
A CANDID VIEW
Af Wingate, I967-68
Sit down. Relax. You can stop hustling and bust-
ling now. Everything has been taken care of-
all of the odds and ends are in place and now
you can iust stop to think. This year has been fairly
hectic for you and everything must seem all iumbled
together in your mind. Let's see if you can iron
out your thoughts and accurately recall all of the
events of the past year. The best thing to do
would be to start at the very beginning . . .
How many teachers do you think there are?"
"Oh, l'd say about 40."
"Look at him, he grew a beard."
"Your kidding, when did she get married?"
How long do you think it will last?"
"With our luck, the strike will be over tomorrow
and then the 'fun' begins."
As you know, the strike did not end tomorrow or
the next tomorrow or the tomorrow after that.
Surely, you remember the procedures that were
followed. First there was the stampede into the
auditorium . . .
"Hey, give me a slip of paper!"
"What are these sheets for?"
"So you can get credit for your attendance,
"Are you going to St. Blaise after we get out
"I guess so, but l wish that the chairs there
weren't so hard."
After about three weeks the strike did finally
end. I bet you don't remember what the first day
school was like. Of course, you had an error on
your program and . . .
"Boy, you'd think that iust once my program
would be done correctly the first time."
"What's your problem?"
"Oh, no problem. All they did was to give me
the wrong foreign language and no lunch period.
Aside from that, everything is iust fine."
"Boy that's too bad."
"Yea, l'll probably be emaciated by the time
they get around to my program change sheet-
imagine, no lunch period."
After a few weeks of chaos, organization began
to take hold. Accordingly, the first assembly pro-
gram was held where . . .
"We would like to welcome you back from your
summer vacation . . . We may have gotten off
to a slow start due to the strike, but we are sure
that with the mutual cooperation of the faculty
and student body, this work can be made up . . ."
"We will now stand for the singing of the alma-
"All of the hopes placed in our hearts at Win-
gate . . ."
"No one will leave the assembly until you are
dismissed . . . That group in the rear, please be
seated . . . All right, left wing, out the side
exit . . . The rest of you, please be seated . . ."
By the time November camel rolling around,
things were pretty much settled. You suffered from
a slight hand cramp after filling out book receipts,
Delaney cards and enough program cards to start
a bon-fire. Aside from that, everything was run-
ning as smoothly as could be expected. You
cleared up the problems on your program and
everything was fine and dandy, that is, except
for . . .
"This gym is freezing. l'm definitely not chang-
ing into my gym-suit!"
Despite your protest, ten minutes later, attired
in your sneakers and gym-suit, you struted into the
"I absolutely refuse to do those exercises!"
Again you refuse, but alas, your protest is again
"One, two, three, four--get those knees straight
-one, two, three, four-that's it, all the way
down-one, two three, four . .
Out of the stuffy locker room, into the nearby
lunchroom where the aroma of the food strikes
"What's that smell?"
"The hot lunch, silly."
"They don't really expect us to eat that, do
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"What do you think?"
"I think l'lI have ice-cream for lunch today."
After a while, things seemed to be pretty much
routine. This peace and serenity could only be dis-
rupted by one thing . . .
"We'll meet Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thurs-
days. lf you miss three rehearsals, you're out. Now
look, this is our senior year. If we don't win Sing
this year . . . Dum Dum Da Dum . . ."
So, of course, you managed to go to as many
meetings as possible, Not that they would actually
kick you out, but it was a good excuse for neglect-
ing your school work. You even managed to avoid
participating in class due to your laryngitis. Al-
though this may have been an ideal situation for
you, your teachers adopted a different attitude
"On this Friday you'll be getting a test on'this
entire unit. It will probably consist of fifty multiple-
choice questions and two essays."
"Could you please postpone the test until Mon-
day so we could have the weekend to study?"
"lf I thought that you would use the weekend
for studying, I would consider . . ."
"But we have Sing rehearsals and . . .
"Sing has nothing to do with this course-it
should not interfer with your school work what-
The master had spoken. Now it was iust a ques-
tion of whether to study for the exam or to go
to the rehearsals.
"I thought you were going to study this after-
"Well, you see . . ."
"Yea, I know, you'll study tonight when the
commercials come on."
"Hey look, if you're not going to pay attention
back there then you're not going to know what to
do, and if you don't know what to do, then we'll
have to stay until you do know what to do. So
please be quiet. We're starting from the top again,
one, two, three, sing . . .
"When Georgy was fighting for his freedom,
Martha stayed home to cook the meals . . ."
A few weeks before Sing performances are
given, there is traditionally a Sing Rally Dance. The
purpose is, naturally, to cheer your class on to a
"Wow, what a turn-out!"
"Yea, l think that the whole school is here."
At the dance were not only the students presently
in school, but also quite a few ex-students. Many
were turned away at the door due to the excessive
crowd already in the gym. The dance was, without
a doubt, a "rallying" success.
ln the short time remaining before Sing, re-
hearsals were held every afternoon and some eve-
nings. Last minute changes were made and things
were very hectic. By the time Sing came around,
you may not have known your school work, but
you certainly knew those songs. Finally--a victory-
seniors won Sing. The natural thing to do was to
celebrate and the likely place was at the victory
"l can't believe that this was our last Sing, it all
went so fast." t
"Oh, don't say that, l'll get depressed. I want
to have a good time tonight. Do you realize that
this is the last time we'll all be together ever
again? lsn't it awful?"
Yes, it was awful at that. What with Sing done,
the only thing left to the senior class was memories.
The good times were over for the present. Jan-
uary was approaching and it brought something
far more dreaded then winter with it . . .
"You think you have problems! I have an English
and History Regent. I don't know where to begin
"I bought every review book in creation. These
tests are costing me a fortune. I intend to memorize
every answer to every question on every past
Regent that l can get my hands on."
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And so, you studied and cried and whined and
whimpered . . .
"You would think that I was a greedy person.
But l'm not. ls 65 too much to ask for?"
By the time the day of the Regent arrived, you
were on the verge of a nervous breakdown. But,
nevertheless, you managed to pull through, maybe
not with flying colors, but . . .
"What did you get?"
"l passed! Do you believe it? Me, the dummy
of the year . . ."
And so, another milestone. With Regents week
gone by, music once again began to fill the build-
ing. Dancing and singing brought life to the silent
gym with the music from the two rock n' roll
bands which were engaged to play for the Senior
"l wonder who won."
"You'll find out soon enough. They're getting
ready to announce the results now."
"Everyone please take seats and be quiet so that
we can announce the winners."
The suspense was over in a short while. Con-
gratulations were in order and the festivities were
resumed. lt was a very pleasant evening all around.
Even with all of these activities done, Wingate
still continued to be tumultous. This time the cause
of the commotion was the January graduation
exercises, which were held in Wingate's auditorium.
Music and the voices of all of the proud relatives
and teachers resounded throughout the auditorium.
The students were wished the best of everything
in all of their future endeavors. They were given
their report cards, their diplomas and . . .
"lt's all over! Do you believe that within the next
month we'lI be matriculated in college?"
"Where did the years go?"
Surprisingly enough, life continued. Some of your
friends were gone, but there was still a sufficient
amount of people in the school, friends or other-
wise, to keep you busy. There were all of the same
procedures, and the same after school activities
including . . .
"Are you going to the basketball game today?"
"Sure, Who are we playing?"
"Boys High. It should be a good game."
The crowd filed into the gym. The cheerleaders
were in their positions, the boosters were scream-
ing their cheers, and the "Generals" were warming
up. Finally the other team arrived and the game
got under way.
"We're gonna get that iump-ball. We're
gonna . . ."
"Basket, basket, basket boys. You make the
baskets, we'll make the noise. Basket, basket . . ."
"And the score goes up another notch, toot,
lt was a good game. The tension was sharp dur-
ing the last quarter. We put up a terrific fight but,
you can't win them all.
School continued to be exciting through spring,
right up until June. We decided to adopt a child,
we played the traditional student-faculty basket-
ball game, and the Wingate World put out
their monthly issues. In addition to these events,
there was also the returning of college boards,
college acceptances and reiections, pictures, and
other items of varying degrees of importance. March
was full of surprises, including the opening of the
Student Lounge for the students during all of the
lunch periods. Another graduation, more Regents,
another Senior Celebrity Hop, and a Spring Con-
cert are some other activities which helped to keep
Wingate going at a steady clip.
Both ioy and sorrow filled the atmosphere. You
were struck by the reality that no longer would
you be protected by the strong, firm walls of
Wingate. You were leaving the school, only to be
replaced by another senior from another class.
You would be gone, yet nothing would change.
Perhaps there would be an exchange of a few
teachers here and there, but basically, everything
would remain the same.
You'll undoubtedly come back, trying to relive
the good times, searching for the wonderful past.
But, you'lI find that you've outgrown high school.
You've reached greater horizons and by doing
so, you've advanced in your knowledge and ma-
turity. Wingate will no longer be a reality for you,
but a fond memory which will fade as the years
progress. But, the friendships you have found and
the knowledge you have gained will linger on.
"We have to keep in touch."
"Give me your address . . ."
"Don't forget to call."
"What are you doing over the summer?"
"Working, how about you?"
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Wingate we've tried to show the feeling
That's lying deep in the Junior's hearts
Our voices raised, bonded with learning
And our hearts are aflame with ioy.
The friendships found, the memories gained
And now as one, our goals attained,
To sing your praise, with all our hearts
All you have taught us from the very start . .
To the tune of:
To seek for the answer to all and know that the
Knowledge is there. To light the unlightable darkness
And help us our burdens to bear,
Wingate, you have shown us the way
To reach for the future ahead
To grasp the forecoming tomorrow
With strength, our fate you have lead.
This is our dream, one dream in our hearts
We'll never forsake it, or drift far apart,
And all of our hopes, always guided by you,
For we know that this feeling inside is of true unity
So Wingate, if this spirit we have still remains through
The years, then the light that has guided us now, will
Continue and stay.
For we've found something most never see
That we must, though the road it be long
Travel on, fighting ever with courage,
To stand undefeated and strong-Undefeated and str
To the tune of:
When I Fall In Love:
To our Wingate High, serenely set in splendor
Enchanted memories linger on.
Friendships glowing like an ember, spread a
Warmth that will live through each year
Dreams we've kindled here so tender
In our hearts we will always revere.
As our school days pass, nigh on to the summer
Thoughts of Wingate High will last
Perfect harmony reminds us and binds us to you
To Wingate we'lI ere be true.
So the Sophomores stand, oh so bold and proudly
Side by side we'll always be
For together we have labored, performing as one
So the Sophomore sing now done.
To the tune of:
ln the dark of the stage, curtain drawn, acting done,
We see that this sing is the last we'Il ever do as one
But our smiles never fade, life is our masquerade
This acting is real, it's the lives that we've made.
When we walk off this stage, we end this sing,
But start a new page in our lives, we begin
But we must surely win.
Now it's time to go on separate roads with one thought
And this thought is of you, Wingate High, we'Il be true
We will think of our dreams, and our friends, of our sing
Now it ends-fare-thee-well!
As sophomores, we came thundering down the
aisles, singing of the mighty Gods of Olympus and
Hades. Evil would conquer, good would triumph,
and sophs would pray. We made it through Friday
and Saturday evening performances and on Sun-
day we really belted out those songs. They told
us we were great, we were sure to place second.
Sophs had a heat wave-go! go! We were told
that never had any previous sophomore class given
such a spectacular performance. We acted, sang
and danced, the competition was fast and furious.
As sophs we lost our first sing. Well, anyway,
thanks Miss Kantrow . . . And there is always next
Juniors! And this time we knew our business.
Our scenery was beautiful, the costumes were ter-
rific, and the acting was professional. Charlie went
from a poor puppetman in the park to a glamorous
hotel suite where he was rich and happy? Well,
anyway, this year we had it made. lt was going to
be a Wingate first. There was going to be a Junior
Sing Victory! At dress rehearsal we were great,
Saturday night we were stupendous. Sunday we
were in all of our glory and when they announced
the out-come, there was a titanic shout. Unfortun-
ately it was by the seniors. We looked up with
tear-streaked faces and they told us to wait until
next year . . . But you were O.K. Miss Kantrow.
Seniors at last! lt's a little sad now as we look
back on all of the good times we had putting Sing
together. lt was grand, it was great, it was fun,
even when we lost. Sing, more than any other
school activity, brought us together. We worked
and strove as a class to reach the one, common,
ultimate goal of producing a good show. And when
we gave our performances, we could say with
pride that this is ours, no one has helped us, we
did this on our own. And we were rewarded, if
not by victory, then by the satisfaction of seeing
the people in the audience enioying something
that we, as students, had created. With these
MRS. A. KANTROW TORRES
thoughts in mind, we compounded all of our skills
and previous knowledge into making senior sing
the best ever. And it was! We sang of man's
emasculation, we screamed for women's rights, but
most of all, we enjoyed ourselves. And when Sun-
day came, we knew it was our turn. We won Sing
and we cried. The tears were partially because of
the happiness and success that Sing brought us,
but they were mostly because we knew that this
was our last Sing-our last activity together as a
whole. Now the time has come to go on separate
roads, "with one thought, and this thought is of
you Wingate High. We will think of our dreams
and our friends, of our sing, now it ends. Fare-
thee-well!" And, farewell to you, Mrs. Andrea
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they have all learned to work together, to syncopate their
contrasting ideas into one common understanding through
Wingate which acts as the medium. After graduation, we will
all go our separate ways, but we will never be alone in
thought, for all through our lives we will be reminded of our
experiences at Wingate and the aFfect each teacher and stu-
dent had on us. No matter how different we all were-we
shared something sacred-which made us one instead of many.
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Harvey Pass Steven Siegel
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GEORGE W. WINGATE
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Here are the hopes placed in our hearts by Wingate
Here is the truth sown in our minds by Wingate
Carry the torch of hope and of knowledge into the world beyond
Alma-mater, give us courage always.
Crimson and white, all of us will remember
Your burning light never will turn to ember
Learning together we have made friends to last our whole life through
Our alma-mater, these days will live forever.
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CARMEN ABBOTT ARLENE AsRAMowlrz STUART ABRAM5
Official Class President, Library Squad, Teacher's
Biology lab, Clothing Room Monitor
College Representative, Atendance Monitor
MICHAEL AGARD MURAT ALDAS STANLEY ALEXANDER
Sing, Mixed Chorus, Modern Dance
Library Squad, Language Office, Senior Representa-
tive, Class Secretary
PEGGY ALs1oN FENCE AWN
KENNETH ARSENIK CAROLYN ASKEW
Ofticial Class President, Sing, Library, Attendance
AUSTIN, FRANCES It
Library Squad, Teacher's Assistant '
G.O. Representative, Student Patrol, Physics Squad,
ROBERTA ASSELTA FRANCES AUS-HN NORMAN AXELROD
Red Cross Commissioner, Booster, Sing, Wingate
World, Sing Journal, Human Relations Club
Captain of Boosters, Mixed Chorus, Spectrum, Sing
Journal, Vice President of Senior Leaders, Sing,
Chorus, Sing, Official Class President, Teacher's As-
BARBARA BALOWITZ DONNA BARBOT I-INDA BARNETT
SUSAN BASS PHILIP BASSETT HYACINTH BATSON
MORRIS BAYER ARNOLD BAYLIN VERNELL BAYNE
Sing, Attendance Office, Ofticial Class Secretary,
Dancing Club, Teacher's Assistant, G.O. Representa-
Captain-Audio Visual Squad, Audio Visual Sing
Commissioner, Captain-Assembly Squad, Captain-
Honor Guard, Member of the Student Council, Cap-
tain-Stage Squad, Teacher's Assistant
Student Patrol, Sing, Photography Club
Bowling Club, Sing, Library Squad
Guidance Office Assistant
Sing, Girls' Chorus, G.O.
Squad, Teacher's Assistant
Cheerleader, Sing, Teacher's Assistant, Cutting OtYice
YVONNE BEAMON RONNIE BEAN GEORGE BEASON
68 CHRISTINE BELVER
CHERYL BECKLES DANIEL BECKSTEIN DENISE BECKWITH
Sing, Student Patrol, Modern Dance Club
Cheerleader, Sing, Athletic Commissioner, Girls' Bas-
ketball, Girls' Handball, Drama Guild, Mixed Chorus
IRENE BERGMAN ROBERT BERMAN
Sing, Official Class Secretary
Clubs Commissioner, Spectrum, Drama Club, Orches-
tra, Teacher's Assistant, Library Squad, Sing.
BARBARA BERRY JOANNE BERRY LOYCE BEST
Captain-Bowling Team, Chem Squad, Student Patrol
Attendance Otilice, Program Oftice, G.O. Representa-
tive, Teacher's Assistant
Girls' Chorus, Sing, Teacher's Assistant
Library Squad, Teacher's Assistant, Sing
Track Team, Orchestra
Booster, Sing, Teacher's Assistant
Pan American Club, Dance Club, Sing.
Sing, Current Events Club, Pan American Club
Sing, Basketball Club, Handball Club, Mixed Chorus,
JUNE BEVANS EVELYN BIEGELEISEN
WANDA BIRCHETTE BETTSE BIRNBAUM
G.O. Representative, Sing
Library Squad, Mosaic, Sing, Teacher's Assistant
Captain of Cheerleaders, Senior Leader, Sing, Teach-
LYNETTE BLACKWOOD MARTIN BLAIN ROSALIE BLANDER
Sing, Library Squad, Official Class President, Teach-
Baseball Team, Mosaic Assistant Editor-in-Chief, Sing
Baseball Team, Student Patrol, Chorus
SHARON BLOOM JEFF BLUMENGOLD PAUL BOGUS
Cross Country Team, Track Team, Mixed Chorus
Wingate World, Spectrum, Booster, Civic Affairs Com-
missioner, Teacher's Assistant
GEORGE BONETT MELVIN BONNETT CAROL BRANDES
Sing, Mosaic, Booster, G.O. Representative, Red Cross
Commission, Chorus, Teacher's Assistant
Mosaic Editor-in-Chief, Attendance Squad, Otticial
Class President, Olticial Class Secretary, Red Cross
Representative, G.O. Representative
REBON BRATHWAITE SIDELLE BRAUZER BRUCE BRAVERMAN
ILENE BRENRER LINDA BRIGGS LEON BRODRICK
Secretary for College Coordinator, Official Class Of-
ficer, Sing, Drama Club
Cafeteria Guard, Sing
Teacher's Assistant, Sing, Golf Team, Boys' Chorus
Teacher's Assistant, Student Patrol, Library Squad,
BRUCE BROWN GERALD BROWN JACQUES BRUCE
Sing, Golf Team, Boys' Chorus, Attendance Office
JOAN BROWN LEON BURACH KATHY BURKE
CHARLES gym CARMELA CALCASOLA SALENA CALLIS
Sing, Official Class President, Official Class Secretary
MICHAEL CANTOR JOHN CARVELLI ROBERT CERULLO
Biology Lab. Squad,
Chemistry Lab. Squad, Physics
Sing, Bowling Team, Tennis Team Co-Captain
Cafeteria Patrol, G.O. Representative, Library Squad
STEVEN CHAIFETZ VALERIE CHAMBERS GALE CHAPLIN
Chemistry lab. Squad, Attendance Squad, G.O. Rep-
resentative, Senior Representative, Library Squad,
Sing, Otticial Class Representative
Baseball Team, Sing, Soccer Team
'RA CHERNICK HARVE CHERY PATRICIA CHESTNUT
ROBERT CHAPMAN ERNESTO CHARLES
Fencing Team, Math Oftice
CHEUNG CHIN EUGENE CHIN HELEN CHIN
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susAN CL-HN JASMINE CLARE BRENDA CLARK
DELETHA CLARKE CHARLES rox HORTENSIA CLEMENT
Mixed Chorus, Biology Squad, Business Office, Li-
brary Squad, Lunch Squad, Sing
Sing, Program Otiice, Squad, Social Studies Otiice,
G.O. Representative, College Representative, Teach-
DARLENE CLINKSCALE SANDRA COGEL GAIL COHEN
Wingate World Technical Editor
Sing, Language Omce, Home Arts Office, Teacher's
Official Class President, Biology Laboratory, Distribu- l
tive Education Laboratory, Guard Force
GARRY COHEN LYDIA COHEN STEVEN COHEN
Wingate World Staff, Sing, Physics Squad
Mixed Chorus, Boys' Chorus, Teacher's Assistant,
Sing, All-City Chorus
VICTOR COHEN STEVE COLLINS SHELDON COLLYMORE
Track Team, Mixed Chorus, Human Relations Club,
Modern Dance Club, Sing, Chorus
Sing, Attendance Office, Guidance Oflice
COUTURIER, WILLIE MAE
Elections Commissioner, Drama Guild, Sing, Senior
Representative, Mosaic Stal?
BARNEY coNNER MARIONETTE coNNEn BARBARA CORBETT
WILLIE MAE COUTURIER GREGORY COX CHARLES CRAWFORD
G.O. Representative, M
Official Class Secretary
ath Otiiice, Teacher's Assistant,
RONALD CROOMS GAIL CUSICK MILDRED DANDY
BRENDA DAUGHTRY LINDA DAUGHTRY SYLVIA DAVIS
Sing, Official Class President, Official Class Secretary,
G.O. Officer, College Representative, Senior Repre-
sentative, Attendance Office
HILDRED DEMMQN5 MARCIA DENNIS PATRICIA DESVIGNES
Program Ottice, Oflicial Class Vice President
Girls' Chorus, Genral Office
Booster, Sing, Program Office, Otficial Class Vice
BARBARA DIACONE coNcETrA DIBRIENZA BETH DIAMOND 75
Official Class Vice President, G.O. Representative,
Sing, Secretary to Dean
Sing, Senior Leader
Teacher's Assistant, Guidance Office, Secretary, Sen-
ior Leader, Cafeteria Squad
Booster, Mosaic, Sing
ESTHER EDEI-MAN TREVOR EDGHILL LESLIE EDWARDS
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Sing, Orchestra, Program Of
fice Squad, Official Class President
Mixed Chorus, Gene
Bowling Team, Sing
LORETTA EDWARDS YVONNE EDWARDS BARRY EISENMAN
ral Office, Business Office
Cheerleader Captain, G.O. Representative, College
Representative, Sing, Wingate World Reporter
Editor Wingate World, Sing, College Representative
Sing, English Otiice Squad
LAURIE EISENSTEIN EDWARD ELLENBOGEN SUSAN EGYES
Sing, Guidance Ottice, Teacher's Assistant
Sing, library Squad, Chorus
PAULINE ENDLICH JANET ENG CLAIRE ENGLER
Assistant to Miss Friedman, Sing, Booster, G.O. Rep-
Boosters, Library Squad, Sing, Chorus
Prog ram Office
PHYLLIS EPSTEIN HILARY ERLBAUM ROBERT EROSA
WINSTON ESCOFFERY FRANCES ESPOSITO RUPPERT EVANS
Drama Guild, Photography Club, Library Squad.
Sing, Library Squad, Teacher's Assistant
Band, Senior Representative
PATRICIA EVOY ROSALYN FALBEL RANDOLPH FANNELL
Biology Club, Chemistry Club, Swimming Team
Health Education Office Secretary, Cafeteria Squad
Library Squad, Sing
MEYER FEIG ARLENE FEITELSON JACOB FELDMAN
G.O. Clubs Commissioner, Senior Representative,
Mosaic Staff, Sing
G.O. Representative, Sing, Debating Team, Biology
Lab. Squad, Chemistry Lab. Squad, Physics Lab.
Squad, Senior Representative, Official Class Presi-
dent,, Guidance Office Squad
College Representative, Sing, Teacher's Assistant,
Program Office, Secretary to Dean
, Library Squad, Teacher's Assistant, Human Relations
SHEILA FEUER BETTY FIER
GERTHA FILS-AIME HOPE FINEGOLD ARLENE FISCHLER
Sing, Administrative ORice Squad, Attendance Office
Squad, College Representative, Ofticial Class Presi-
dent, A.V. Squad, Photography Club, Spectrum Staff
Sing, Guidance Oftice Squad, Attendance Office
Squad, Library Squad
SHELDON FISCHMAN MICHAEL FISH ROSEANNE FISH
Teacher's Assistant, Sing
DARRYI-IN FISHER DONALD FISHER JACQUELINE FISHKIN
Sophomore Class President, Athletic Commissioner,
Sing Script Writer, Sing, Teacher's Assistant
REBECCA FITTS STEVEN FLAKS ANDREW Fl-EARY
BARBARA FLECK KENNETH FLOYD LORENZO FLUORNOY
Spectrum Staff, Booster, Cheerleader, Drama Club,
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CYNTHIA FORBES MADGE FORD BETTY FORDE
College Representative, Human Relations Club, Or-
chestra, Wingate World Staff, Spectrum Essay Editor,
Booster, Library Squad, Attendance Office Squad,
College Representative, Social Commission Squad,
Boys' Chorus, Sing, Golf Team, Dean's Office, Teach-
Modern Dance Club
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YOSELINE FORTNEY FRED FREDERA
LYDIA FRANCIS YvoNNE FRASER BARRY FMDMAN
80 PARRIS FULLER LINDA FUNCHESS SHIRLEY FUR5
Booster, Official Class Secretary
Drum and Bugle Corps
Pan-American Club, Teacher's Assistant, Social
Studies Oliice Squad, Attendance Oflice Squad,
Mathematics Oliice Squad
MARIE GRACIA LAWRENCE GARDNER MARIE GAYLE
Soccer Team Co-Captain, Dean's Office Squad
SUZE GELLES CARLOS GEOURZOUNY GERHARDU5 DANIEL-5
Orchestra, Mosaic, Sing Journal, Teacher's Assistant,
Human Relations Club, Sing, Official Class President
Teacher's Assistant, Attendance Office Squad, Library
SANDRA GILLIAM ALICE GINSBURG DIANE GIRARD
Current Problems Club
Junior Varsity, Varsity
BERNARD GITLITZ NEIL GLASSMAN MELVA GLENN
Sing, Booster, Senior Representative, Wingate World
Library Squad, Sing, Emergency Room Squad, At-
tendance Office Squad, Teacher's Assistant
MYREL GLICK DONNIE GOLDBERG JOAN GOLDBERG
Sing, G.O. Representative, Teacher's Assistant, Mixed
President Human Relations Club, Spectrum, Sing Jour-
nal, Sing, Teacher's Assistant, College Representative
Program Oltice Staff
Wingate World Editorial Page Editor, Sing, Guidance
Office Squad, Current Problems Club
Biology Lab. Squad, Chemistry Lab. Squad, Physics
FRANCINE GOLDFARB ELLEN GOLDING
FRED GOLDMAN CLAUDIA GOLDSTEIN IVY GOLDSTEIN
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82 MARK GOLDSTUN DEBORAH GRADY susAN oRANowirz
Stunts and Tumbling Club
Wingate World Art Staff, College Representative,
Spectrum Staff, Attendance Office Squad, Teacher's
BERNICE GRANT NORMA GRANT ANTHONY GRAVES
Track Team, Library Squad, Attendance Office
G.O. Representatievv, Teacher's Assistant, Attendance
library Squad, Sing Journal Statt, Wingate World
Staff, G.O. Councilman, Current Problems Club
ROGER GREEN ELLEN GREENE MITCHELL GREENE
AUDREY GREENFlElD JERRY GREENIDGE RICHARD GREENIDGE
Sing, Class Vice-President, Class Secretary, Teacher's
Wingate World Staff, Student Patrol, Band
WORSELEY GREENIDGE DOREEN GREENWALD EDWARD GREZINSKY Q
Orchestra, Teacher's Assistant, Official Class Secre-
tary, Official Class President, Attendance Otiice
Biology Lab. Squad, Physics Lab. Squad, Official
Class President, Cafeteria Patrol
Senior Band, Track Team, Student Patrol, College
Representative, Current Events Club, Basketball Team
Program Otiice Squad, Senior Leader
Guidance Office Squad
Biology Lab. Squad, Westinghouse Scholarship Club
KAREN HARBER GWENDOLYN HARDWICK Tomo HARRISON
84 MARGURITA HAYNES DENISE HEADLEY SHELLY HECKER
CAROL GUTBROD BARRY HABER BOBBY HALLIBURTON
JEFFREY HALPERIN ELLIOT HALPERN JOEL HANKIN
Club Commissioner, Booster, G.O. Representative,
Drama Club, Program Oflice, Library Squad, Teach-
er's Assistant, College Representative
Spectrum, Senior Leader, G.O. Commissioner, Mixed
Chorus, Drama Club, Girls' Basketball Team, Sing
Girls' Chorus, Library Squad, Sing, Bowling Club
G.O. Representative, Teacher's Secretary
Library Squad, Volleyball Club
Drama Club, Sing, Human Relations Club, Official
Class President, G.O. Representative
JUNE HENDERSON LEATRICE HENRY YVONNE HENRY
Attendance Office Squad
ative, Library Squad, Teacher's Assistant
JUANA HERNANDEZ GARY HERTZAN Rose Henzssnc
Sing, Teacher's Assistant, Modern Dance Club
Official Class President, Sing, Bowling Club, Nurses
Club, Teacher's Assistant
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MARIO HEWITT ARLENE HEYWARD MARLENE HIGGINSON
JACQUEUNE HILL PAULETTE HOLLEY OTILIA HOPE
Library Squad, Cutting Office Squad, Attendance Of-
Drama Club, Sing, Spectrum Staff, College Represent-
Official Class President, Sing, Teacher's Assistant
CAROLYN HUTCHINSON ALLEN HYMOWITZ
SHARIAN JACKSON ANN JAMES
Secretarial Office Squad
Library Squad, Modern Dance Club, New York State
BRIAN HORAN CHARLESETTA HORTON MONA HUREWITZ
Spectrum Staff, Girls' Basketball Club, Drama Club
Sing, Girls' Tumbling Team
Program Office Staff, Sing
p INGRAM, PHILIP
Official Class President, Teacher's Assistant
Soccer Team, Student Patrol, Teacher's Assistant
GLADYS JOHNSON GLORIA JOHNSON HAROLD JOHNSON
Sing, Modern Dance Club, Program Oliice Squad,
MARCELLA JOHNSON iDEBRA JONES ETHEL JONES
Sing, Mixed Chorus, Volleyball Club, Handball Club
Sing, College Representative
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PHYLLIS JONES MADELEIN JOSEPH ALTHEA JUREIDINI
Mixed Chorus, Attendance OFfice
Wingate World, Boosters, Senior Leader, Mosaic,
Sing, Senior Representative, Civic Affairs Squad,
A.V. Squad, College Representative, Official Class
President, Mosaic, Band, Golf Team
ANNE JUSTO GAIL KAMERMAN LAWRENCE KAMINSKY
ROBERT KANNER ARTHUR KAPLAN ALAN KATZ
G.O. Representative, Sing, Chemistry Lab. Squad
Student Patrol, Teacher's Assistant, Soccer Team
Wingate World, Boosters, Sing Civic Affairs Squad
Spectrum, Wingate World, Physics Lab. Preparatory
Squad, Chemistry Lab, Preparatory Squad
Mosaic, Baseball Team, Math Office, Official Class
Cheerleader, Sing, Teacher's Assistant
Mixed Chorus, Teacher's Assistant, Sing
Student Council, G.O. Representative, Senior Leader,
Wingate World, Sing.
Sing, Senior Representative, Library Squad, Teacher's
LIBBY KATZ ELLEN KATZMAN SHARON KERNER
LESLEY KERSCHMAN RICHARD KESSLER
JOHN KITCHELL GALE KLEIN
Physics Lab. Squad, Chemistry Squad, Student Patrol
College Representative, Senior Representative
JAY KLEIN MARK KLEIN DENISE KNIGHT
Sing, Library Squad, Drama Guild, G.O. Representa-
tive, Red Cross Representative
Wingate World, Fencing Team
JUNE KNIGHT EUGENE KNOX CHARLES KOLOTKIN
Sing, Fencing Team, Student Patrol, Teacher's Assist-
ant, Biology Lab. Squad, Chemistry Lab. Squad
Sing, Chorus, Attendance Office, Mosaic, Teacher's
Sing, Teacher's Assistant, Mixed Chorus, Modern
BRUCE Kosxorr JOANNE KRAuss MERYL Kusmlrz
LA BRECQUE, ERNEST
Sing, Girls' Chorus
ERNEST LA BRECQUE MAX LARTIQUE SANDRA LAMAR
College Representative, Teacher's Assistant
Sing, Library Squad, Treasury Ofiice
SONIA LAMB ALTHEA LAMBERT JANET LAMPNER
Student Patrol, Program Otiice, Teacher's Assistant,
G.O. Representative, Sing, A.V. Squad
Girls' Chorus, Drama Guild, Sing, Official Class
Drama Guild, Sing, Library Squad, College Repre-
GARY LAPAYOVER DIANE LARRIER AMY LARY
l LASASSO, DONNA
I Student Patrol, Nurse Club
DONNA LASASSO TED LAWRENCE VAN LAWRENCE
Library Squad, Oliicial Class President, Red Cross
Squad, Olticial Class Vice President, Basketball Club,
Official Class President, G.O. Representative, Mixed
Chorus, Official Class Secretary
Sing, Teacher's Assistant
Sing, Teacher's Assistant, College Representative,
Program Otiice, Library Squad
Biology Club, Library Squad
HESTER LEE MADELINE LEE SHERRY LEON
LICOT LEONCE MAXINE LEVY MICHAEL LEVY
General Office, Stock Room
Teacher's Assistant, Guidance OHice
STEVE LEVY RITA LEWIS VICKI LIFSCHITZ
J.V. Baseball Team, Sing
SANTA LlOTlNE JEFF LITTMAN ALICE LlTWlN
JULIA LONG ADRIENNE LUCAS ARLENE LYNCH
DEBORAH LYNCH STEVEN MACK RONALD MACKIE
Basketball Club, Library Squad, Tumbling Club
Sing, Library Squad, Office Duty
Sing, Library Squad, Booster
Sing, Language Tutor
Library Squad, Biology Squad, Chemistry Squad,
Physics Squad, Biology Club
Sing Commissioner, Sing, Booster, Senior Leader,
G.O. Representative, Senior Representative, Mosaic,
JACK MAISEL BERNADETTE MALLOZZI
Sing, Teacher's Assistant
Commissioner Civic Affairs, Basketball Club, Mixed
Chorus, Tumbling Team, Drama Guild, Mosaic
FRANCINE MATTES RONALD MATTHEW
EMELIA MAY DEBORAH MAYBLOOM
CARMELA MARANO DEBORAH MARTES
Senior Leader, Mosaic, Oliicial Class President, Olii-
cial Class Secretary, G.O. Representative, College
Sing, Teacher's Assistant
Drama Guild, Wingate World, Spectrum, Orchestra,
Library Squad, Sing, Teacher's Assistant, Debating
Club, G.O. Representative
Sing, Library Squad, Teacher's Assistant
MC CLAIN, KAREN
Sing, Drama Club, G.O. Representative, Girls Basket-
MC GIBBON, MALHETA
Mixed Chorus, Basketball Club, Sing
MC LEAN, DAPHAINE
Sing, G.O. Representative, College Representative,
Laboratory Assistant, Guidance Office Secretary,
Boster, Teacher's Assistant
MALHETA MC GIBBON DAPHAINE MC LEAN GWENDOI-YN MC NEI!-
Teacher's Assistant, Official Class Vice President,
Official Class Secretary, Modern Dance Club
Senior Class President, Junior Class President, Sing,
Wingate World, Sing Journal, Mosaic, Senior Leaders,
G.O. Representative, Booster
Sing, Teacher's Assistant,
Sing, Teacher's Assistant
Official Class Secretary,
MC NEIL, GWENDOLYN
Sing, General Oftice Squad, Attendance Office
Squad, G.O. Representative
Sing, Official Class President, Orchestra
MINDY METZGER DEBORAH MILERSON MADDY MILSTEIN
RAYMOND MITCHELL SHARON MITCHELL FRIEDA MITZNER
College Representative, Modern Dance Club, Sing,
Library Squad, Pan-American Club
Baskelball Team, Library SIaH, Mixed Chorus
RoseMARY MoRRoNolELLo JUDY Mosmwnz
ENID M055 ROBERT MURPHY
Senior Class Represenlative, Official Class Officer,
G.O. Represenlaiive, Teacher's Assislanl, Modern
Library Squad, Chemisrly lab. Squad, Physics lab.
Squad, Sludenl Palrol, Track Team
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PHYLLIS MOORE MAXINE MORGAN WAYNE MORGAN
BoosIer, Sing Journal, Mosaic
' MOSS, ENID
Bas kelball Team
Track Team, Boys' Chorus, Sludenl Palrol
DAVID NAJMAN JOHN NAPIURA LORETTA NATAFRANCESCO
Official Class Secretary
Girls' Chorus, Library Squad
General Office, Teacher's Assislanl
1 Dance Club, Sing, Home Ari:
Sing, Library Squad
FRED NELSON MIGEL
KATHLEEN NESBITT LAVERNE NICHOLS SARAH NILAND
GAIL WISHINSKY NICK NOLLETTI PHYLLIS ODESSKY
Teacher's Assislanl, G.O. Represenlclive
Pan American Club
MARIE OKRAGLY CATILINA ORTEGA 95
,SHIRLEY OTCHIN HARVEY PASS
Sing, Spectrum Short-Story Editor, Library Squad
Biology Club President, Booster, Teacher's Assistant
Library Squad, Teacher's Assistant
G.O. Secretary, G.O. President, Sing, Wingate
Sing, Drama Guild, English Ofiice, Teacher's Assist-
Sing, Chorus, Mosaic, Wingate World
JOYCE PASTERNACK JACQUELINE PATCHIN DIEDRE PAYNE
Modern Dance Club, Sing Commissioner, Senior Rep-
resentative, Afro-American Society
Sing, Modern Dance Club
Student Patrol, Senior Leader, Secretarial Monitor
GREER PEACOCK LORNA PEACOCK ALAN PELMAN
96 PAMELA PERRIN LARRY PETERSON YOLANDO PHILPOTTS
Drama Club, Orchestra, Sing, College Representative,
Otticial Class President
PICARELLI, KATHRYN ANN
Mosaic Assistant Editor, Program Committee, Teachers
Basketball Club, Tumbling Club, Official Class Vice-
President, Volleyball Club
KATHRYN ANN PICARELLI ROBERT PICONE PATRICE PIERCE
Attendance ORice Squad, Library Squad, Sing
Student Patrol Captain, Senior Leader
DINA PIMENOW AARON POHL ARTHUR POLLACK
Track Team, Cross Country Team, Mixed Chorus, Sing
MARTIN POTROP JOHN POWELL ILYA PRIZEL
DENISE PROPHETE EARL QUACHIE JOSEPH QUACINELLA 97
Junior Leader, Senior Leader, Teacher's Secretary
Sing, Cutting Office Squad, Senior Representative
Spectrum Editor, Booster Secretary, Sing, Wingate
World Staff, Student Council, College Representative,
ROSE QUARANTA RANDYE RAPAPORT ENID RATNER
Cutting Oflice Staff
General Office Squad, Cutting Office Squad, Student
Bowling Team, Baseball Team
Sing, Senior Representative, Booster
Basketball Team, Track Team
MICHAEL REALMUTO RONALD REID
WENDEL REID ELLIOT REITER PRISCILLA REIVES
SUSAN RESNICK LOCHLIN RICHETTES JAMES RIDDICK
VANICE RIGBY SONIA RIVERA RUSSELL ROANE
NITA ROBERTS CHAMBERLIN ROBINSON PETER ROCCA
JUDY ROLLOCK BELLA ROSEN
VIVIAN ROSEN RONNIE ROSENFELD
Sing, College Representative, Program Office Squad,
Guidance Office Squad, G.O. Representative, Teach-
Sing, Program Oftice Staff, College Representative,
Attendance Omce Staff, Teacher's Assistant
Sing, Red Cross Commissioner, Booster, Wingate
Cheerleader Captain, G.O. Representative, Sing,
Dean's Office Squad, Language Omce Squad
Library SMH, Teacher's Assistant
Student Council, Cheerleader, Sing, Teacher's Sec-
Sing, Guidance Office Secretary
Sing, Guidance Otiice Secretary
SHEILA ROSENSTEIN MIRIAM ROSNER
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ERNESTINE ROSS SHEILA ROTHMAN
Library Squad, Sing, Senior Leader
Sing, Program Office Staff, English Omce Stat?
THOMAS ROUNTREE ELLEN RUBENSTEIN RONNI RUGOFF
Senior Leader, Modern Dance Club, Sing, Teacher's
Booster, Sing Leader, Mosaic, Library Squad, Omcial
KAREN RUBIN WENDY RYANT SHARON SACHARTOFF
Booster, Program Office Squad, Sing, Drama Club,
Booster, Library Squad
ROSALIND SAFRAN CARL SAMSTAG CELIA SAMUEL
Sing, Wingate World Staff, Program Oflice Staff
Sing, French OHice Squad, Physics Lab. Squad, Elec-
Sing, Program Ofiice Squad, English Oflice Squad,
Library Squad, Foreign Language Ofiice Squad
English Office Squad, Baseball Team
Senior Representative, Library Squad, Sing, OH'icial
Class President, Teocher's Assistant, G.O. Represent-
Student Patrol, Baseball Team, Social Studies Office
MARVIN SARASOHN RONALD SASSER
ERIC SCANTLEBURY RICHARD SCHACHTER GABRIELLA SCHAEFER
ANDY SCHECHTER JACQLYN SCHIFFMAN RICHARD SCHNEIDER 101
Teacher's Assistant, Program Office Squad
G.O. Treasurer, Sing, Girls' Chorus, Booster, Official
KENNETH SCHULMAN MADELYN SCHWARTZ PETER SCHWARTZ
Sing, Teacher's Assislant
WILBUR SCOTT REGINA SELINGER JOSEPH SENIOR
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Foreign Language Office Squad, Sing
Orchestra, Sing, Official Class President, Official
CIass Secretary, Assistant to Foreign Languages De-
Sing, G.O. Representative
RONALD SEROTA IRENE SFIRIDIS GAIL SHACK
Sing, Omcial Class President, Teacher's Secretary
Audio Visual Squad, Sing Journal Staff
Sing, Audio Visual Squad, Program Office Squad,
Attendance Omce Squad
ARLENE SHAPIRO MICHAEL SHELLY DAVID SHER
ERIC SHERMAN LAWRENCE SHERMAN
Sing, Guidance Oiice Squad
Sing, Swimming Team, G.O. Representative, College
Representative, Wingate World Staff
Social Studies Office Squad, English Office Squad,
Sing, Teacher's Secretary
Wingate World Editor-in-Chief
Sing, Wingate World Staff, Golf Team, Physics lab.
BARBARA SIEDERBAUM MARC SIEGEL ROBIN SIEGEL
Sing, Band, G.O. Representative, Tennis Team, Swim-
ming Team, Teacher's Assistant
Foreign Language Office Squad, Cutting Office
Student Patrol Captain
ISRAEL SILBERMAN BARBARA SILVERMAN
STEVEN SIEGEL HILARY SILBERFARB EFRAIM SILBERMAN
Sing, Guidance Office Squad, Official Class Treas
Secretarial Studies Office Squad
JOEL SIMON ABBY SINGER GAIL SINGER
Arista Boy Leader, Arista Commissioner Sing Spec
trum Drama Editor, Drama Club Teachers Assistant
Sing, G.O. Representative, Chemistry Lab Squad
Library Squad, Physics Squad Booster Guidance
Sing, Library SquaJ
Senior Band, Baseball Team
Sing, College Representative, Guidance Office Squad,
G.O. Representative, Teacher's Assistant
Sing, College Representative, Modern Dance Club,
Current Events Club
STUART SINGER CHARLENE SIROWITZ BERYL SKINNER
Booster, Sing, Modern Dance Club, Orchestra, Bas-
ketball Club, Library Squad, Stunts and Tumbling '
Club, Teacher's Assistant
LAWRENCE SMALL MARCIA SMALL GREGORY SMITH
04 HAZEL SMITH VERA SMITH MICHAEL SMITH
Track Team, Cafe
Senior Representative, Sing, Student Patrol
Audio Visual Squad, Color Guard, Sing, Teacher's
BEVERLY SNIDER BRUCE SOBEL KERRY SOLOWAY
V SOWELL, CAROLYN
Modern Dance Club, Cheerleader, Basketball Club
Audio Visual Squad, Color Guard, Teacher's Assist
CAROLYN SOWELL HARRY SPIELBERG BETTY SPIRA
, Mosaic Layout Editor, Chemistry Lab. Squad, College
Representative, Handball Team
Elections Commissioner, Sing, Girls' Chorus, Wingate
R World Stahl, Booster
L STANFORD, MILLICENT
RICHARD SPITZ HARRIET SPRINGER MILLICENT STANFORD
Track Team, Student Patrol
Handball Team, English Office Squad
Program Office Squad, English Ottice Squad, Library
Squad, Teacher's Assistant
ALBERT STANISLAUS MARTIN STARR EDITH STEIMAN -'05
Library Squad, Teacher's Assistant
ABRAHAM STEINER ROSALIE STEINMAN ELAINE STEWARD
I "" STRAWDER, MARCIA
Sing, Modern Dance Club, Attendance Ottice Squad
- Captain Swimming Team, Editor Wingate World,
Sing, Golf Team
Soccer Team Captain, Student Patrol, Cafeteria
Patrol, Field Squad
MARCIA STRAWDER NATHAN SZTAINHART JEAN TASSY
College Representative, Program Office Squad
Baseball Team, Sing, Swimming Team, English Office
Arista Girl Leader, Mosaic Assistant Editor-in-Chief,
Sing, Senior Leader, Booster, College Representative,
Attendance Office Squad, Senior Sing, Basketball
WAYNE TAUB EZRA TEITELBAUM SELMA TENENBAUM
REGINALD THOMAS KAY THOMPSON WILLIAM THURSTON
Chemistry Lab. Squad, Program Oftice Squad, Teach-
Boosters, Sing Journal Staff, Library Squad, Sing
Junior Leader, Baseball Team, Chemistry Lab. Squad
CAROL TILLIS ROBERT TOBIAS LOUIS TOMASZEWSKI
Booster Secretary, College Representative, Sing,
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ROBIN TURECK STEVEN TURETSKY ELBA VARGAS
GREGORY VAUGHN NILSA VELEZ STEVEN VITALE
BARBARA WAFEL DAVID WAINGARTEN MICHAEL WALKER
Fencing Team, Represented Wingate on Youth Forum
Cafeteria Squad, Attendance Oflice Squad
Spectrum Editor, G.O. Commissioner, Junior Class
Vice-President, College Representative, Sing, Booster,
Wingate World Staff
Chemistry Lab Squad
Senior Representative, Ofiicial Class Vice-President
Library Squad, Teacher's Assistant
Sing, Library Squad, Guidance Office Squad, Teach-
Swimming Team, Bowling Team,
Track Team, Boys' Chorus
RACHEL WALLACH SUZANNE WALLEN PAUL WALOWITZ
Senior Leader, Junior
KENNETH WALTON CLARENCE WALTROUS SHARON WASHINGTON
NEIL WASSERSTEIN DAVID WATSON
JANICE WATTS MARC WEILL
Attendance Ofhce Squad, English Office Squad
Swimming Team, Bowling Team
Sing, Library Squad, Attendance Otiice Squad
Sing, Modern Dance Club, Stunts and Tumbling Club
Girls' Basketball Club
English Office Squad
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' Patrol, Chemistry Club
Audio Visual Staff, Student Patrol, Program Office
Squad, Teacher's Assistant
' WEINSTEIN, MARTIN
' Physics Lab. Squad, Chemistry Lab Squad, Biology
S Lab. Squad, Sing, Student Patrol, Attendance Ottice
GEORGE WEINBAUM ARTHUR WEINBERG MARTIN WEINSTEIN
Sing, Otticial Class Vice-President, Modern Dance
NADINE WEISS DALE WEISSMAN SUSAN WEISSMAN
Sing, Drama Club, Student Forum Leader, Senior
Representative, Official Class President, Student
Council, G.O. Cabinet Member
Sing, Attendance Office Squad
Booster, Sing, Modern Dance Club, Mixed Chorus,
Senior Class Representative, Teacher's Assistant
WANDA WELDON JUDITH WESCHLER HERBERT WEST
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Library Squad, Attendance Oflice Squad, Guidance
Office Squad, Official Class Secretary, Official Class
ETHEL WIESELBERG DARYLE WILLIAMS DENISE WILLIAMS
LINDA WII-I-IAM5 HEADLEY WILLIAMSON
LESLIE WOODS PHYLLIS WORTHY
College Representative, Junior Varsity Baseball Team
Wingate World Staff, Mosaic Staff, Sing
Boosters, Omcial Class President
WYCH E, ALTH EA
Cheerleader, Senior Vice-President, Modern Dance
Senior Leader Secretary, Boosters, Sing, G.O. Rep-
Baseball Team, Program Office Squad, Sing
Physical Science Office Squad
ILENE ZEINS MARC ZEKOFSKY DORIS ZEWICKY
IRA ZWEIFLER GAIL ZWEIBEL
Attendance Office Squad, College Represeniahve
Guidance Office Squad, Program Omce Squad
Foreign Language Office Squad
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