Stern College for Women - Kochaviah Yearbook (New York, NY)

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weme tmm m m i m i mmmH m mMm m mn m ni »Hm it m i n i wm iim n nmi KmmHm mm mum m T saw si " The future always arrives a little before you are ready to give up the present. " mwB. I ' , I ■ " -, ■ • h si t m I We have made it! Somehow we have survived four years of late nights, midterms and f inals, 3:00 a.m. nine course meals, blind dates and messibahs. In between all the fun and glamour of the big apple we have learned a lot. Some things that we will never forget, and others we probably won ' t realize for quite sometime. Ourcollege years have molded us for our future giving each of us the abil- ity to reach out and prepare for the long road ahead It seems like yesterday we were frightened young freshman learning the ins and outs of Stern College. Who would have known that the elevator in the dorm does stop on the third floor were it not for an upperclassman to show us? How would we know what courses or teachers to take? And once we made our choices how could we possibly figure out those complicated registration forms? Now they all seem like tedious tasks but, back then they were important We have made ties with people who have become our best friends. Whether it is a fellow student, faculty member or our families not one of us could have survived our stay there without them. They have given us support at times when we did not know where to turn. Sure we have trained ourselves to be part of the working world. We have studied some area or topic of interest well enough to call it a career But added to all of the typical college experiences, here at Stern we have received an extra dimension of growth We have become stronger Jews. It is an area of importance to all of us which was linked the whole student body together M d : D Our years at Stern are something never to be taken for granted. We have a small student body which has enabled us to receive a more individualized education. We have been given the chance to study diversified topics from fencing to Jewish Medical Ethics. We have had yahadut served to us on a silver platter, and anytime or anyplace we reached out to it has been there. Most of us probably will not appreciate any of this until one day we will turn around, and find ourselves in a community outside of this University. Something we must never forget is that Stern has given us the ability and knowledge to become Jewish leaders. So what stands out about the class of ' 81 in particular? We were the first class under the new universitywide departmental structure. We were the first class for new and exciting majors like information science, business, accounting, economics and a wide variety of shaped majors. We started intramurals. We are the 26th graduating class of Stern College for Women. As our days of Stern life draw to a close at 245 Lexington avenue, we can look back with pride that we have graduated from Stern College for Women as independent Jewish women. We are into a new decade, and it is a new era for us. We are the leading Jewisses for the future. Never forget the path we have taken nor the friends we have made. And in ten years when we take this yearbook down from some dusty shelf to reminisce our years here, let us hope that some small spark of youth can be brought back to us, and make us smile. It is rare that we tind a person who is a true " Aishet Chayil " ; one whose devotion to an impor- tant cause or institution is sincere and outstand- ing. As we entered Stern College in 1977 so too did Dr Karen Bacon accept the position of dean of this school. Her dedication to the improvement of this college has been immense. As a Stern Col- lege for Women alumna, and the first woman ap- pointed administrative head of the unit, Dean Ba- con has been a model for us to respect and admire The graduating class of 1981 would, therefore, like to dedicate our yearbook with love to Dean Bacon. Dr. Bacon graduated from Stern College as valedictorian of the Class of 1964, and obtained her doctorate in Microbiology from the University of California in 1968. She has been a National Institute of Health Predoctoral Fellow (1966- 1968). and a United States Public Health Service Postdoctoral Trainee (1968-1970) Her studies continued as a research associate at Indiana Uni- versity, Department of Microbiology (1972-1975). In December, 1978. as Dean of Stern College for Women. Dr. Bacon was appointed Acting Universi- ty Dean of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. She has recently been appointed as a Fellow in Academic Administration of the American Council of Education. Along with her scholarly background in Sci- ence. Dean Bacon has brought an administrative talent to Stern College. She has helped formulate various programs which have proven to be benefi- cial to the standard of education here at Stern. Among them are, the Judaic Studies Core Pro- gram, and new career oriented majors like Nursing and Accounting. Dean Bacon has also served as the lead person in new joint programs with the undergraduate and graduate divisions of this Uni- versity. As we leave the hallways of Stern we take with us many fond memories, one of which is that we have gotten to know a superb individual who has taken an interest in acquainting herself with the student body, and greeting each one of us with a warm smile. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Dean Karen Bacon, and wish her hatzla- cha in all her future endeavors. Each year as I greet the incoming class at Stern College for Women I share some of my thoughts on the qualities of a successful college career. These thoughts clearly reflect a bias that the college years are a time for academic achievement and personal growth. In a sense I see these years as a somewhat selfish period, when one should concentrate primarily, though not exclusively, on oneself. But, each year as the time comes for me to say farewell to the graduating class of Stern College for Women, I hesitate to offer thoughts about what characterizes a successful future. In this area I have fewer biases, though the options seem clear. As reflected in the theme of this yearbook, many members of the class of 1981 have prepared themselves for professional careers. This trend follows directly from the years of quality education that have instilled a feeling of personal expectation and confidence. The traditional view of Judaism that has placed the woman within the home, not as a caretaker but as a builder and spiritual leader, may no longer seem sufficent. No matter that this career when pursued with dedication, inspiration, and intelligence can lead to success, and no matter that career combined with community service can fill a lifetime with personal satisfaction. Yet the attraction of a professional career is compelling. Four years at Stern College have taught you that Torah U ' Madah. as an experience and as a weltanschaung, is both intellectually and physically demanding. The future will teach you that a family career combined with a professional career makes demands that are intellectual and phys- ical, as well as emotional. The difficult decisions you will make as you meet these demands will be personal ones, of course, and yet I hope they will be colored by your collective experience at Stern College. I wish all of you the wisdom to know the right decisions, the courage to follow through, and the peace of mind to enjoy the fruits of your labor. I feel truly privileged that you have dedicated this yearbook to me, and I will always look back on this occasion with pride. May you go from strength to strength in all your undertakings. " Our senior year was so slow in coming and so quick in passing. " MESSAGE FOR KOCHAVIAH FROM MR. MAX STERN It is with great pleasure that I extend warmest greetings to the 1981 graduates of Stern College for Women I consider it most fitting that you base this year ' s Kochaviah on the theme " Women of the 80s. " For as the opportunities and challenges of the American Jewish woman have grown, Stern College has continued to enrich its programs so that graduates may carry on their vital role with ever greater distinction In our tradition the woman has been youth ' s first teacher, introducing them to the vast treasures of Jewish culture. Hers has been the responsibility of imbuing the home with the spirit of Godliness that is the sole foundation for the truly moral life. With the coming of modern times — particularly in today ' s United States — a new dimension has been added to the life of the Jewish woman. Now she could play a vital role in the general community, utilizing her special insights in an ever-widening area of activities. Law, medicine, business, the physical sciences — these and many other fields offer her untold opportunities for personal fulfillment and profes- sional advancement. This development points up the increasing need for the special kind of education you are now familiar with — a unique harmonizing of the Judaic heritage and the liberal arts and sciences. May you continue to carry on the traditions of Torah even as you go forward to meet the challenges of career, home, and community service. I offer my very best wishes for the future TO THE GRADUATES OF STERN COLLEGE: I offer you my warmest felicitations upon your graduation from Stern College for Women. These past four years have been exceedingly exciting ones in the history of Stern College, and certainly in your own lives. Since you came in as Freshmen, you have been part of a series of educational experiments and curricular innovations that have left the College stronger and more self-confident. With- out your avid but critical participation, these experiments could never have succeeded, and the college administration and faculty would never have learned how to assess the experience properly. It is my hope that this openness, this pioneering quality, will be one of Yeshiva University ' s major contributions to you the graduating Seniors of Stern College. In a time of diffidence, self-doubt, and insecurity, may you have the wisdom and fortitude to take bold steps in life, matching courage to aspiration, and achieving satisfying success in your personal, family, and communal lives. May the Torah ideals and cultural values you learned here at Stern be a source of strength and inspiration to you as you make your creative contribu- tions to the advancement for Judaism, the welfare of Israel, and the progress of all humanity. ■y ; r. - BROOKDALE HALL „, ■ ' c s m i n " L iKHS a v OFFICE OF STUDENT SERVICES f9 Mrs Winter :M Dr Friedland LIBRARY Mrs Buchwald Rabbi and Mrs Reich Ms Lubetski Mrs Neiman Hannah Blatl Nehemiah Ben-Zev OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR Mrs. Rosenthal OFFICE OF THE DEAN Mrs. Gonzalez ■ D O R M Sema and Mordechai » JEWISH HISTORY in? % ' V, )KLi i ' M ll Rabbi Kanarfogel Dr. Havazelet Rabbi Reiner JUDAIC Rabbi S Berman Rabbi Y Blau Rabbi Danzig Ms A. Levy STUDIES Rabbi Metzger Rabbi Orenstein ' C7 i Rabbi Schmidman Rabbi Schonfeld __ ___ __ _ sw : v ? Ms. S. Schwartz Mrs, Shulman Rabbi Raffel POLITICAL SCIENCE Dr R Bevan Dr E Krakowski FOREIGN LANGUAGES Mrs N Knopka Dr. A. Krakowski Mrs C. Tang — Cuadrado Prol S Gardner PSYCHOLOGY Dr. I. Belmont Ms. L. Blumenthal Dr. A. Hershkowilz Dr. L. Hines Dr. M. Perlman EDUCATION . Dr. M. Grosof Dr. S. Sardy E N G L I S H Mr Shapiro Or Keating Dr C Silver Dr M Weidhorn Dr, M Silver SPEECH BIOLOGY Dr. Goodman 7 Mr. J. Martin H M R Y P H Y S I C S ECONOMICS ACCOUNTING , f i Mr Davidowitz f INFORMATION SCIENCE MATH tH -. AT Dr Berger Dr Dalezman An Lewitler Sammy Klein - Ignatz Pesya Vinokurov Mr. Mandelbaum fatal ties Dear Classmates, Past editors have used this space to extol the potential of Stern, and the virtues of being an active participant in student affairs. I, too, share these feelings, however, I would rather use this space for a different purpose. Though at times, the job of editor was gratify- ing, there were other times when the job was frustrating. Yet, no matter what the situation, the yearbook staff was always there when I needed them. Therefore, I ' d like to use this space as a vehicle to express my thanks to my staff, and to you the Senior class — class of Cheryl Shindler — Editor in Chiet 11. Best of luck in the future. Love, Cheryl C ) o o 00 LU - J $ I 1 . 1 ir ' jfjjfr l ' ' 1 i ■ V 1 Naomi Krupka — Assistant Editor Ahsa Mandel — Layout Editor Maria Silver — Art and Literary Editor 32 . Sally Schkolnik — Business Editor Rachelle Nashofer — Photography Editor Sandy Lamberger — Assistant Layout Shifra Pasternak — Photography Special thanks to Mrs. Zuroff, Mrs. Winter, Y.U.P.R. and all those who made this year- book possible. Randy Akawie — Photography Sandy Kahn — Assistant Art Stern College Dramatics Society From a drama club ... to a Dramatics Society, SCDS has finally arrived! With Dr. Laurel Keating as Director, Tova Unger as President, Michelle Schwartz as Vice President, Beverly Moskovics as Treasurer, Sara Lamm as Secretary, SCDS has become a respected branch at Stern College. Interest in the Speech and Drama department of Stern has improved greatly. This has been proven by the abundant participation of Stern College Women in the last two SCDS productions of " The Young and Fair " and " Cry Havoc. " SCDS is also a charter member of the National Honor Society Alpha Psi Omega. Members: Suzanne Abergel. Beth Miller, Marsha Lustig, Davida Pomerancz, Carol Ann Gershuny. Rena Liebtag, Michelle Schwartz, Biela Matusof, Beth Kleiman, Susan Kaplan. Esther Gold, Sandy Kahn, Miriam Ramm. Frieda Hab- baz. Tova Unger. Renee Edleman. Marcis Greenbaum. Sheila Kovalsky, Shain- dee Weisstuch, Sara Lamm, Beverly Moskovics, Linda Ostrow, Ahava Goldman. Barbara Leader, Bracha Kopmar. Mattice Rubenstein. Rita Malek, Barbara Lauer, Sharon Goldner and Anne Charlop Ticket Service Factual, funny, musical, suspense All describe Broadway and Off-Broadway shows offered this year The Elephant Man, Romantic Comedy, West Side Story and Brigadoon Also Deathtrap and Morning ' s at Sev- en were just a few. The regulars we had were Gemini, One Mo ' Time and Scrambled Feet. Then along came Sugar Babies, oh how sweet. Our prices just couldn ' t be beat. Something for everyone, always changing too, Bringing in extra money for Student Council, And for that, I thank you. Amy Schwartz SAF had a very successful year. The opening of the fall semester began with People in Broadcasting, Women in Health Sciences, The Sunday Brunch Company and ended with the SAF Shabbat. The Spring semester featured Women in film and closed with " Mazel Tov — A Celebration of Love and Marriage. " The fes- tival was a great success and was cosponsored by Ameri- can Mizrachi Women. Dr. Lam m, Rabbi Berman and Mrs. Greenberg were featured pan- elists. SAF advisor is Penninah Schram, assistant Professor of Speech and Drama. Naomi Schulman, Phyllis Dubinsky, and Amy Schwartz 35 SENIOR CLASS Leah Willy — Treasurer. Ellen Zabol — Secre- tary. Sally Schkolnik — Vice President. Ja- nice Margolis — President Lisa Korman — Treasurer, Ruth Bor gen — Secretary. Yael Schachter — Vice President, Reena Leibtag — President SOPHOMORE CLASS Simone Rudoler — Treasurer. Nava Kula — President, Marcy Zwecker — Sec- retary FRESHMAN CLASS Tammy Seideman — President, Si- via Silverstein — Treasurer, Bra- cha Kopmar — Secretary 3 " Sociology Club Reva Kranzler — chairman, Evelyn Havasi, Dena Bilus, Rachel Nusebaum, Eslee Zucher TAC| The Torah Activities Com- mittee works throughout the year to inject an atmosphere of Torah and Mitzvot into the lives of SCW students. The ac- tivities include collection of Tzedaka, visits to the sick, lectures on holidays and cur- rent halachic issues, answers to Kashrut questions and a schoolwide Sefarim sale. TAC workers are always available for tutoring in Judaic Studies and weekly Diveri Torah. Chaya Lelrak. Lisa Korman. Robin Tover. Ellen Zabol, Cindy Ulano. Debbie Seiden, Leeba Clark. Mindy Seiden chairmen, and Esther Goodman — not shown 38 Israel Affairs Committee Elections Committee! Cheryl Ehrenriech, Leah Kahn, Debbie Bash, Aliza Epstein, Rachel Katzman, Dina Pachino, Leeba Clark, Beth Weiner, Yael Schachter, Gila Gross, Chaya Koegel, Dina Bilus and Chavie Gold — chairmen The Israel Affairs Commitfee held several programs in- cluding an evening with world famous Israeli Artist Baruch Nachson from Kiryat Arbah and Meir Insdorf, a special envoy from Chevron, ending with a Kumzitz. IAC held a Yeshivot Information evening as well as supplying the Uni- versity with an Israel program ' s information table periodi- cally. The Israeli movie, " Kuni Lemel " was shown and IAC had the privledge of learning some diverai Torah from Meir Kahane. Future plans include speaker YotavEliach, repre- sentative of the Israeli Counsulate and an annual Shabba- ton. Rhonda Reininger. Sara Beda, Esther Stiefel — chairman, Beverly Barr .--- Lisa Hartslein. Aviva Fox, Renee Edelman, Marsha Grunbaum, Miriam Husney- Shapiro. Gail Pliskm. Susan Kaplan -chairman. Nava Kula. Natalie Jacobs. Hindy call ; 5 6 sun mon 1 fues 5iOO-6no Hebrew Kunic •Eric Kenyes ' Marc Epstein 613O-71OO Canada Calling •Larry Shafron 7 100-7 i 30 The Best in Firchei •Ellen Bart •Howie Bramson 7 ■ 30-9 i 00 _ ' --■ ' ■ ■ ' ' 9iOO-9i15 The Y.U. Report •Barry Bloda 9 15-lliOO The Crazy Elie Show •fcli Rosenfeld ! Victor Urecki 5 1 00-6 1 30 The Kol Zemer Show •Yosef Vann ■David Kober . •Danette Levine •Hindi Shapiro •Sahdl Tlubermanyi ' Julie Shafron ?i00-9il5 rhe Y.U. Report ■ . ' • ' .-■■ 9il5-ll 00 Hebrew Music •Navah Kula I Natalie Jacobs I Israeli Rock ; ' Lisa Hartste in 11i00-12i30 ■ I Israeli Rock : ' Lewis Stein [•Jordan Hirsch ! Zach Zunenshein ll2i30-2i6o j I Album Rock ' I ' Mark Lefkowitz |( • ; ienn 11i00-12i00 i Classical Wubjc I ' Yehuda Mirsky (•Ely Stillman I J12«o6-2i6o ' . Israeli Rock ■•Harry Sacks 1 1 Lenny Cash •Marc Sosnowicz •Marc Berger 900-HiOO The Tova 4 Linda Linda Tova Hebrew Music Show •Aharon Blachor- sky •Burry_ Kallner ! •Michael I Hosenbloom I Heal Blatt I ! 12136-2160 i Progressive Rock j •Bill Green ••Eugene WeisbergJ weds, thurs. 51 00-6 130 The Top Songs on the Billboard •David Kober 6i30-7iOO SportScope •David Kober 7i00-9i00 Rock N ' iloll •Miriam Husney •Marcia Green- baum •Lisa Hartstein •Bracha Kopmar •Susan Kaplan 913O-II1OO he Pre-Med Rock tl ' Roll Siiw •Joe Pozenbaum •Dave Moskowitz •:■ ' - v. 1 : ' Bramson - 12i30-2i00 j Album Rock ; Marc Kunin r " Steve Feldman 613O-71OO Co smic Concepts ' Yitzchok WagshuL 7 1 00-8 130 Album Rock •Jordv_Alter •Mark Herskowit •Michael Schlo 8i30-10il5 Album Rock •Jay Weinbach Ben Kirschenbaum 9i00-9il5 Th e Y.U. Reporl ' Hi ' ch " ael Cheener 12i00-2i00 Disco 4 Mellow Music The Katie 4 Elliot Mellow Music Show ! •Matis Barash w I •Elliot Small i PSYCHOLOGY CLUB Chashi Voroba, Karen Strauss, Elyse Adler — chairman, Annie Charlop, Lynn Stram, Miriam David. Brocho Grossbard (STUDENT ADMISSIONS COMMITTEE t J Debbie Seiden, Rose Ganz, Gitel Goldstein, Lynn Stram. Amy Schwartz. Annie Charlop, Simone Rudoler — chairman. Barbara Guren. Leah Witty. Esther Goodman — not shown s E N A T E Amy Sholilon. Ellen Bart. Sherri Gardin, Aliza Twersky — chairman. Leeba Clark, not shown- Sarah Lamm Stern College Senate is a unique organization that func- tions in those areas that affect both students and faculty bodies. It is composed of students, faculty, and adminis- trators that come together with the goal of improved com- muntion among the three groups. This year Senate worked on several projects. After de- bate it passed a proposal that allowed successful comple- tion of the English CLEP test to fulfill the English Literature requirement. Senate discussed and advised the Regis- tar ' s office on next year ' s academic calander. To strengthen the ties between students and faculty, the Sen- ate passed a measure that creates an alternate system of chairmanship between student and faculty members. This year three student senators were invited to partici- pate as student representatives on the Faculty Curriculum committee. The proposal that the committee offered was fully debated and passed by Senate. This year has shown that all members of Stern College can join together in decisive action and initiate academic reform. Aliza Twersky — chairman BLOOD DRIVE Stern College did a great mitzah this year with two very successful blood drives. The drives proved to have the largest registra- tion of people and the greatest amount of units collected. The credit goes to a large and dedicated committee. F m St. J . ' 1: n •- ' ' y ' ' % " " " " JF _ ■?•: ' $ mL | n Ellen Bart, Shani Silbermintz. Sandy Frankowitz, Lisa Korman, Phyllis Dubinsky — chairman POLITICAL SCIENCE The Joseph Dunner Political Science Society has complet- ed its most active year in its history. Among some of the programs the society spon- sered were: a tour of the Unit- ed Nations, a trip to Washing- ton D.C., Careers in Political Science, The Harvard Model U.N., a Shabbat Program, and several guest speakers and rallies. The Society, one of the largest organizations within the student body, enjoys a membership of over one hun- dred students in both cam- puses. Dr. Ruth Bevan serves as faculty advisor. Judy Hecht, Shoshana Charlop, Bonnie Miller. Tova Dubrinsky. Amy Sholiton, Beatriz Cymberknopf. Barbara Unger, Emma Bursztyn — chairman, Annie Charlop SCIENCE CLUB AO This year was a very suc- cessful one for the Science Club. In December a CPR course was offered, the club sponsored a tour of the NYU Dental School, and the Shabbat program at which Dean Karen Bacon spoke was a hugh success. Addi- tional events sponsered in- clude a symposium on " Fe- males in Medicine " given by an intern and a resi- dent — both women, and the Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre- med Society induction. Helen Moskovics. Zeva Gershinsky. Lisa Korman, Chavie Gold, Anne Schwartzberg, Shani Silbermintz — chairman. Sharon Haas. Debbie Fishman ACCOUNTING SOCIETY Nana Leiler, Lynn Neuman. Jewel Cleeman. Tamar Soler, Reva Perelz. Varda Ismailoff. Carol Gejerman — co-chairman, Minum Husney. Rachelle Nashofer— co-chairman. Shan Millstein. Shelly Franklin. Shirley Levy CHABAD CLUB FLOOR CHAIRMAN Gilel Goldstein, Abby Baer, Amy Sholilon, Rachelle Naehofer. Judy Stern, Beth Miller, Beth Kleiman, Robin Tover, Susan Kaplan Amy Miller — chairman. Meryl Domenitz, Janna Kay, Fern Kaplan, Beatriz Cymberknopf, Debbie Goldstein, Susan Povolotsky, Tonita Wiznizer, Gitel-Leah, Marcie Swecker CLUB CANADA Maria Sherman, Sheri Kravetsky, Bonnie Miller, Yocheved Pachino, Dina Pachino, Rena Eichelberg, Leah Witty — chairman, Judy Koppel Jill Stamler — Editor Rachelle Nasholer, Kim Shulman. Aliza Epstein, Rachel Katzman, Phyllis Dubinsky, Leah Kahn. Reena Leibtag, Nava Kula. Maria Silver, Rachel Raden, Ellen Bart, Abby Fodiman. Abby Klein. Sivia Botnick, Jill Stamler — EDITOR, Annie Charlop SUBJECT: THE OBSERVER What: The Official Newspaper Where: Stern College for Women When: Monthly Why: To Inform Who: Students How: By providing information and reporting on events rel- evant to the SCW student body and by raising important issues for their considerations; and by providing interesting articles relevant to the SCW student body as Jewish Women; and by providing a forum for students to e xpress their opin- ions on these matter: — through news, features culture arti- cles, editorials, columns and letters to the editor. For exam- ple: Feature a Teacher, From the Editor ' s Desk, From the president ' s Desk, Ticking with Tac, Dorm-ez View, The Chil- dren ' s Hour, the Israeli Women Soldiers — A Unique Class, Programs of Study in Israel, Columnist Emeritus, The Outside Observer, Jewish Medical Ethics, Speak Your Mind, A Stu- dent ' s Response to the Faculty Union, Bulletin Board, The Jewish Connection, Bookends, Core Curriculum, Letters to the Editor, Basketball Team A World of Culture, and many more STUDENT COUNCIL Barbara Senders — Treasurer, Bleem Gancz — Recording Secretary. Lori Bitterman — Vice President, Eileen Heinig — Corresponding Secretary — not shown Julie Beyer — President " The office of government is not to confer happiness, but to give men op- portunity to work out happiness for themselves. " Being an officer of the executive board of Student Council, this senti- ment can be easily understood. Stu- dent Council gives the women of Stern College such an opportunity to join as a cooperative community, rich in re- sources that will lead to success and the attainment of goals. Taking advantage of this opportunity through Student Council and its clubs, as a united student body, will ultimately result in the working out of a common happiness. A happiness that will ac- company the students throughout their college years and hopefully, future years as well. Sari L. Cohen Apfel Biology Biology Club, TAC. Big Sister, Aishel Honor Society, Dean ' s List Tammy Appleman nuv Advertising Design Observer Layout Staff If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with success. 50 Shani Auerbach H3U 11U i ' ,i ' i j ) SCDS — Madwoman of Chaillot, Dorm Floor Chairman .wnvn nnn . . . nyi i n t Vd 1 ? mVty nyi nnnVn ny .NJty 1 ? nyi inN 1 ? ny Ecclesiastes 3: 1,8 n,N :A n n? Julia Esther Beyer mux mir Psychology Big Sister, Chairman of World Jewry, Vice President — SCWSC, President— SCWSC To laugh often and much; To win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; To earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; To appreciate beauty and find the best in others; To leave the world a bit better whether by a healthy child, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition; To know even one life has breathed easier because you lived; This is to have succeeded. Ralph Waldo Emerson Joanne Bienenfeld iiJ ' jp nux Fine Arts Advertising Design Torah Activities Committee. Chuu Aliyah, Art Club, Samuel Belkin Memorial Scholarship Award, Dean ' s List .. .. • 1 ' I i i Dena Bilus mn nn Sociology Co-Chairperson — Israel Affairs Committee 1978 and 1980, American Zionist Youth Foundation Campus Representative 1978 and 1980, Sociology Club 1980-1 In the time given you to live, live so that you will not mislead yourself or anyone whose life touches yours. Look for the good in all things. When you find it, bring it into the light and let it be free. Encourage all good virtues with a brave heart. Eliyahu Bet Tzuri 52 Esther Fink Bookbinder 1 H 1 uivi fi run ' ; Anne Louise Cohen inn Education Club Canada member 53 Shulamit Cohen Accounting Accounting Society. Economics Club Lisa Marsha Coonin nu n ni ' i Education — Education of the Blind NCSY Advisor — Atlantic Seaboard Region, Floor Chairman, Kappa Sigma Sigma, Students Admissions Council Shakespeare — Nothing in life is good or bad, only thinking makes it so. r 4 Meryl Domenitz nnru Biology Co-Chairman for Stern College ' s Cambodian Campaign, Co- Chairman for the National Association of the Jewish Poor, Chabad Club member, Tutor, Hospital Volunteer, Dean ' s List O cause a new light to shine upon Zion, and may we all be worthy soon to enjoy its brightness. ni mnn u o mm vnji 1 " i 7 y y win -n Leslie Fink nn oi Education If you will it, it is no dream. Theodore Herzl HTAN IT FN 1 -m DN Abby Fodiman n ■ n jl Biology Registration Aide, Floor Chairman, Observer Copy Editor, Dean ' s List If man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. Walden, Thoreau Judith Felice Fradkin Biology Pre-dent Science Club, U.J. A., Big Sister, Dean ' s List. Psychology Club. Floor Chairperson c Judith Faye Frankel jrTin l Education Susan Arlene Frankel English Communications Stern Representative for Daf Yomi, Kappa Sigma Sigma Co- President e who never made a mistake never made a discovery. Samuel Smiles Shelley Karen Franklin Economics Eco Club. Big Sister Bayla Friedman Elementary Education TAC — Publicity Chairman, Admissions Council, Senate — Soph. Jr Secretary, Student Court, Dean ' s List, Dorm Counsellor Procrastination is often the key to success. 58 Sherri Ann Gardin 1V XTJ English Psychology English Internship Program, Psychology Club, Admissions Committee, JACY, Project DOROT — Board Member, Senior Senator Though we travel the world to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us, or we find it not. Ralph Waldo Emerson Carol J. Gejerman Accounting Organizer and Buyer for Milner ' s Market, Fund Raiser Chair- person, President of Economics Society Those who sow with sweat will reap with joy. == Debra Geller 1 - uixi n n Chemistry r Z 1H Sharon Allyce Goldner run miy Biology Volleyball Intramurals, Stern Play, Inraeli Dance Festival Dean ' s List 60 Esther B. Goodman nv 2 " mux Mathematics Dean ' s List, Who ' s Who In American Colleges and Universi- ties, TAC, NCSY, Registration Aide, Tour Guide, Admissions Council, Yeshiva Seminar Advi sor A smile costs nothing, but gives much. It enriches those who receive it without making poor those who give. None is so rich or mighty that he can get along without it, and none is so poor but that he can be made rich by it. It brings rest to the weary, cheer to the discouraged, sunshine to the sad. Some people are too tired to give you a smile. Give them one of yours, as none needs a smile so much as he who has no more to give. Sheila Anne Hecht n y j ' vj B [7j j Education ■■■r J - H Basketball Team, Floor Chairman, Dean ' s List Wr 5 mk H ; 1 know tomorrow will still be the same cause we got a life of love that won ' t ever change. Always and Forever Rene B. Jucker niv iv English Literature English Club. WYUR m Elana Beth Kaplan Art History Fashion Merchandising Speech Arts Forum Member You may say that I ' m a dreamer but I ' m not the only one . . John Lennon 1940-1980 62 Joann Kastrovitzky nw nooi 1 English Commucations Dean ' s List IPX m 7 nnun 7 :n 1 n dnj -pin a nj 3iyi ni 7 33n 7 o ! " - :1 n 7 " IDT Zechariah 2:14 Abigail Esther Klein English Communications Managing Editor: Observer, Belkin Scholar, Dean ' s List The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time. James Taylor Judy Ruth Koppel nn minx Communication Disorders Speech Pathology Club, Club Canada, Recording Secretary, Remedial Speech Program, Dean ' s List It takes 17 muscles to smile, 43 to frown, so conserve energy. Anonymous. Reva Sheri Kranzler ilI7Xl Sociology Soc Club Chairman, UJA, Registration Aide, Dean ' s List, Chevrat Aliyah Toranit It ' s really a wonder that I haven ' t dropped all my ideals, because they seem so absurd and impossible to carry out. Yet I keep them because in spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart. Anne Frank Susan Krausz Mathematics Where your friends are, there are your riches. Naomi Sue Krupka 1 731 J Biology Registration Aide, Intramurals, Floor Chairman, Y.U. Seminar Advisor, Science Club Chairman, Yearbook Assistant Editor. Dean ' s List, Open House Advisor, Dorm Counselor, Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges When it comes to self deception human beings are gen- iuses. Freud 65 Linda Esther Kuhl innAf Education Sophomore Class President, Big Sister — 2 years, Chairman of Freshman Class Orientation — 2 years, Dean ' s List 1978- 1980 A teacher affects eternity; she can never tell where her influ- ence stops Henry Adams Elisabeth Marder Lefkowitz mufi Psychology Minor — History Student Court Judge, SAF, Psychology Club, Belkin Scholar Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, and I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. Robert Frost " A Road Not Taken " Sandra Kim Lemberger njiu miu Chemistry — Pre-Med Yearbook Layout, Junior Class Treasurer, Science Club Blood Drive Dean ' s List There is nothing in the world really beneficial that does not lie within the reach of an informed understanding and a well- directed pursuit. Robert Frost Pamela Levy PoliSci V.P.PoliSci Society, Chairperson of Pre-Law Society, Stu- dent Court Justice, Big Sister, Ashet Chayil Award -r Shirley Shulamit Levy Economics Eco Club. Sephardic Club, Dean ' s List, New York State Re- gents Scholarship Award. Who ' s Who in American High Schools 12 nrnji uiu - 2iv n ' nVit n iiv 7 mf Alisa Perle Mandel un un run Biology Registration Aide, Big Sister, Science Club, Belkin Scholar, Dean ' s List, Who ' s Who Among Students in American Col- leges and Universities, TAC, NCSY advisor, Yearbook Lay- out Editor What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny mat- ters compared to what lies within us Ralph Waldo Emerson Deborah H. Mayers m 127 n ' n Janice Michelle Margolis Advertising Communications Senior Class President, Dean ' s List, Who ' s Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Colleges, Supreme Court Justice of Student Court, Junior Member of Student Court Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for this is the stuff life is made of. Benjamin Franklin Education Chairman of Bikur Cholim, Blood Drive Registration, Dean ' s List Ethel Ann Miller Education SAF Publicity Committee. Floor Chairman Freshman and Sophomore years, V.P. Sophomore Class. V P. Junior Class, Dean ' s List Every man is my superior in that I may learn from him. Beverly Mosk ovics nnm Psychology Sociology Cast Member — Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years, Sound Manager of Play 1979-80. Bagel Sale, Treasurer of Stern College Dramatics Society. Co-Chairperson of Israel Affairs Committee Rachelle Leah Nashofer Accounting Computers Observer — Feature Staff, Photography Staff, Business Edi- tor, Student Council Treasurer, Yearbook Photography Edi- tor, Student Court Justice, Dean ' s List, Who ' s Who in Ameri- can Universities, Intramural Bowling, Basketball and Volleyball, Blood Drive Committee, TAC Chairperson Parsha Committee, Yavneh Chapter President, Assoc, V.P. Regional Coordinator of Yavneh National Executive Board, Big Sister, Registration Aide, Economics Club Chairperson, Board Mem- ber of Accounting Society, Chevrat Aliyah Business Head, Head of Floor Chairpeople, Coordinator of Mobil Oil Presen- tation Do not judge your fellow man until you have stood in his place. Pirkei Avot Paula Lynn Nemeth Biology NY. Times Campus Representative, Yavneh Treasurer (2 years), Student Admissions Council, Science Club, Observ- er, SAF, Samuel Belkin Scholar din " 73 ] ini ' n ? non infN Lynn E. Neuman nxl mux Economics Economics Club. TAC, Volleyball Intramurals. Chug Aliyah, Kochaviah Business and Layout Staff Happiness is just a " state of mind " . . . Within the reach of everyone who takes time to be kind. For in making others happy we will be happy, too . . . For the happiness you give away returns to " shine on you " Helen Steiner Rice Dina B. Pachino Psychology Big Sister. TAC. Israel Affairs Committee, Club Canada It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye. St. Exupery Sharona Aviva Picker ilJllKr Psychology Psychology Club, Dean ' s List Be honest, Be kind, Be bold, Be happy! Rachel M. Raden Economics Political Science Observer News Editor and Writer, Admissions Council, Dean ' s List, Big Sister, Registration Aide, Economics Club, Belkin Scholar Man ' s reach must exceed his grasp, or what ' s a heaven for? Robert Browning Linda Susan Schiff :• ■■■ Yeshiva University Seminar Advisor Sally Beth Schkolnik mn iu Biology Student Council Junior Class Secretary, Senior Class Vice President, Big Sister, Yearbook Business Manager, Regis- tration Aide, Dorm Counselor. Drama Club Business Man- ager. Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities Emotions cannot be commanded or directed, for the only authority is our willingness to understand ourselves reacting to the moods which give each person their individual identity. Walter Rindu Amy Lynne Schwartz niin nivu Shaped-English Communications Speech Arts Forum Coordinator of Two Broadcasting Sympo- sia, Typing Editor of the Observer, First Woman News Direc- tor of WYUR, Chairwoman of Broadway Theatre Ticket Ser- vice, Big Sister, Student Admissions Council. Persistance Pays Sarah Ava Schwartz Information Science Registration Aide. Big Sister. Dean ' s List One who thinks he can live without others is mistaken. One who thinks others cannot live without him is even more mis- taken. Yiddish Maxim Mindy Ellen Seiden 11Xn 77 J 1 73 Judaic Studies, Biology TAC. Observer, Dean ' s List, Big Sister, Registration Aide Humility — to recognize one s own shortcomings, and to turn aside from his friend ' s imperfections. Reb Yisroel Salanter Pauline Ruth Seidenfeld " 7117D Special Education Big Sister Maria Pearl Sherman 7i d m ' n Mathematics Club Canada, Intramural Volleyball, TAC, Typing Staff Kocha- viah, Floor Chairman, Dean ' s List, Samuel Belkin Scholar Don ' t walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don ' t walk behind me, I may not lead. Walk beside me and just be my friend. Albert Camus Cheryl Hope Shindler Information Science Editor-in-Chief Kochaviah. Student Council Recording Secre- tary. Freshman Class Treasurer, Big Sister, Y.C. Computer Society. Intramural Basketball and Volleyball. Talent Show Chairwoman, Registration Aide. Ticket Service, SAF Usher- ette. Who ' s Who Among American Students. Dean ' s List. Kappa Sigma Sigma secretary People can be divided into three groups: those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and those who wonder what happened Maria Dina Silver Shaped major Adversiting Design Literary Editor Kochaviah, Assistant Art Editor Kochaviah, Layout Editor Observer, Jr. Class President, Soph. Class Secretary, Intramural Volleyball and Tennis, Artist Speech Arts Forum, Big Sister, Chairman Freshman Class Orienta- tion 1980, Co-Chairman Senior Cafe Night Happiness is a by-product of making someone else happy Gretta Palmer 78 Jill Karen Stamler English Communications Observer Editor-in-Chief, WYUR Newscaster, Freshman Ori- entation Chairperson, Dean ' s List, Student Court, Junior Jus- tice, Middle States Evaluation Committee, Broadway Ticket Service, Big Sister, SAF Oral Interpretation Festivals, Aishel Honor Society An open mind, a willingness to learn, and the knowledge that things are not always what they seem to be. Osborn Elliott Claire Lang Stra uss Economics Observer Typing Staff, Observer Business Manager, Big Sis- Mina Tiefenbrunn ilJ ' H Ricki Sheryl Tokayer njn im Psychology Big Sister — twice Aliza Hana Twersky mn ht ' iu History Sr. Senator — Senate Chairperson, Jr. Senator, Vice Pres. of Historical Society, Big Sister, Dean ' s List If it is exciting to probe the unknown and shed light on what was dark before, then more and more excitement surely lies ahead of us. Isaac Asimov Barbara Ann Voroba }TJ " -I2 »K n Psychology Psychology Club, Big Sister, TAC, UJA, Registration Aide, Dean ' s List Hi I lei used to say, if I am not for myself, who will be for me? And if I am only for myself, what am I? And if not now, when? Avot 1:14 Ruth Marlene Wolinetz min " zm Biology Science Club. Bikur Cholim, Tutoring Committee, Big Sister, Dorm Counselor, Open House Hostess. Registration Aide, Dean ' s List Ellen Isabel Zabol Sociology Senior Class Secretary, Floor Chairman, TAC Publicity Chair- man, Admissions Committee This is the day which the L-rd has made: let us be glad and rejoice in it Nancy Zuckerman ' 17 J J Advertising e: r I l I San Cohen Apfel 656 Virginia Street Far Rockaway, N.Y. 1 1691 (212) 471-6107 Tammy Appleman 51 Carlton Road Monsey. N.Y. 10952 (914) 356-3812 Sham Auerbach 3604 Clark ' s Lane Baltimore, Md. 21215 (301) 764-6029 Julia Beyer 27 Lafferty Drive Cherry Hill, N.J. 08002 (609) 667-7269 Joanne Bienenfeld 39 W. 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Tj Carol Gejerman 2 Cottage Ln. Springfield, N.J. 07081 (201) 379-2949 Debbie Geller (Yondorf) 1472 W. Terrace Circle, Apt. Teaneck, N.J. 07666 Sharon Goldner 2190 Bolton Street Bronx, N.Y. 10462 (212) 823-6899 _ « Esther Goodman P.O. Box 571 Maple Avenue Woodridge, N.Y. 12789 (914) 434-7266 Sheila Hecht 2867 Beach Drive Merrick, N.Y. 11566 (516) 868-8659 Rene Jucker 102-10 66 Road Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 (212) 275-2299 Elana Kaplan 71 1 Reads Lane Far Rockaway, NY. 1 1691 (212) 327-1274 Joann Kastrovitzky 343 Wilder Street Lowell, Ma. 01851 (617) 458-8138 Abigail Klein 93 Belvedere Drive Yonkers. NY 10705 (914) 965-9387 Judy Koppel 90 Holtham Road Hampstead, Que. Canada H3X 3N4 (514) 482-9637 Reva Kranzler 10 Louis Avenue Monsey. NY. 10952 (914) 352-8410 Susan Krausz 1506 5 1st Street Brooklyn, N.Y. 1 1219 (212) 633-0694 92 Naomi Krupka 525 Chestnut Lane East Meadow, NY. 1 1554 (516) 486-1682 Linda Kuhl 109-20 71st Rd. Forest Hills, NY. 1 1375 (212) 261-3482 Elisabeth Marder Lefkowitz 1 18-26 Metropolitain Ave., Apt. 3E Queens, N.Y. 11415 (212) 849-0643 Sandra Lemberger 66-07 99th Street Rego Park, N.Y. 11374 (212) 459-2105 Shirley Levy 1146-47th Street Brooklyn, N.Y. 11219 (212) 435-6255 Alisa Mandel 49 Morris Ave. Morristown, N.J. 07960 (201) 539-8693 93 Janice Margolis 165 Anita Avenue Pittsburgh. Pa. 15217 (412) 521-3763 Deborah Mayers 145 Cypress Street Erie Pa. 16504 Ethel Miller 1402 Hillsboro Drive Richmond, Va. 23233 (804) 288-8827 Beverly Moskovics 423 Magie Avenue Elizabeth. N.J. 07208 (201) 351-3307 Rachelle Nashofer 1019 Dichens Street Far Rockaway, NY. 1 1691 (212) 327-4837 Paula Nemeth 2224 Chrysler Terrace Atlanta, Ga. 30345 (404) 636-2132 W - ' t» jM N Lynn Neuman 375 W. Beech Street Long Beach, N.Y. 11561 (516) 431-9397 Dina Pachino 296-15 Torresdale Ave. Willowdale, Ont., Canada M2R 3N3 (416) 661-6805 Rachel Raden 3641 Glengyle Ave. Baltimore, Md. 21215 (301) 358-0344 Linda Schiff 339 Jordan Street Oceanside, N.Y. 11572 (516) 766-8274 Sally Schkolnik 1828 Camberly Drive Lyndhurst, Ohio 44124 (216) 449-0830 Naomi Schulman 2905 3rd Ave. Aitoona, Pa. 16602 (814) 944-8925 Amy Schwartz 1048 Bertram Terr. Union. N.J. 07083 (201) 964-9672 Sarah Schwartz 2135 Muliner Ave. Bronx, NY. 10462 (212) 792-6285 Mindy Seiden 30 Hampton Terr. Livingston, N.J. 07039 (201) 992-7480 Pauline Seidenfeld 6735 Louisville St. New Orleans. La. 70124 Maria Sherman 2000 St. Louis St. Laurent, Quebec, Canada H4M 1N7 (514) 748-8546 Cheryl Shindler 3897 Pine Rd Huntington Valley, Pa. 19006 (215) 947-5228 Maria Silver 120 Marengo Park Springfield, Mass. 01108 (413) 739-5504 Jill Stamler 8 McCord Dr. Newburgh, NY. 12550 (914) 561-4126 Claire Lang Strauss 29-F Westgate Rd. Teaneck, N.J. 07666 (201) 837-7154 Ricki Tokayer 425 West 44 St. Miami Beach, Fla. 33140 (305) 673-9192 Aliza Twersky 1088 Cambridge Rd. Teaneck, N.J. 07666 (201) 836-9232 Mina Edelstein Tiefenbrun 1935 Eastchester Rd-Atp 5F Bronx, NY (212) 931-8909 Barbara Voroba 97 Nassau Ave. Atlantic Beach, NY. 1 1509 (516) 239-4705 Ruth Wolinetz 6806 N. Rockwell Chicago, III. 60645 (312) 764-1372 Ellen Zabol 1 1406-C Park Central PI. Dallas. Tx. 75230 (214) 692-5766 Nancy Zuckerman 3456 Prairie Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. 33140 Stretch to reach the highest star, Carry through your schemes. Try to seek both near and far, For all your wanted dreams. ir mMttTK £ HaHa — I ' m a dorm counselor and you ' re not You can ' t lool us Silver 1 The line lorms on Ihe right Ring, damn it! Time for another No Doze What evil lurks in the hearts of man Is it June 3rd yet? Bachelorette U 1 . . . K ' J Alone at last SENIORITY!!! WE LIVE A STERN LIFE t ' Jew ' rfvC J I ' m gonna graduate yel. it it ' s the last thing I do O K guys — I ' m surprised! Now where are you? How much is that doggie in the window in Ihe window S375.01 or 375 02 JlL. Winner ol the Elton John look alike contest M 111 ill Thursday night — 2:02 A.M. I ' ve got a secret Once upon a time ■ ft ■ Can I move yet? Just loafing around And we though Y.U. was in debt! 107 ,dd ss S Dear Dear w NSK. LSS. It ' s been a helluva lour years Love. CHS " Kay " ? Love. CHS Dear Mom, Dad, and Aileen, Thanks! . Love, Cheryl Dear Mom and Dad. k f " Children learn what they live " Thanks 1 love you k f Alisa Thomas-Mazel Tov on your graduation. All my love, your favorite X Dear Mommy, Daddy, Sara, Debbie Henry, David, sisler f ,he rest of my family, and all my friends. 1 love you. " MWA " — Maria f Dear CHS, CONGRATULATIONS! We survived lour years togetherX Love. NSK - C and N. is the real Mom Dad Alma. Andy, and Yoni. final copy We f Here ' s hoping that the next four years bring as many unexpected X made it 1 No f pleasures as the past four have. k more X Your loving daughter, sister, and aunt. y deadlines f y A Naomi X CECT.ll SilVlil S Engtl h KeXubot-lnvitaXionA 201-992-7480 Nc SaXuAday Colli 712121 2117 1TT1 MDH 1U X 122 wixn 7121 71171X2 Xn-K71X KT-K2K 1TJ " T31 2T JOEL M. ARBISSER, M.D. SHERRI what she moons to mo no wordB could Hor smiling loco and spoclal laugh always make She ' s going lo be successful and lake over this here town — And as her brother — I ' ll be behind her— and always be Love, Dr Jules To our daugher Rachelle, We wish you all the Mazel in the world for your hardwork and efforts and all the accomplishments that you have achieved for yourself and other. We are proud of you — Wishing you many years of success and happiness — Love, your mother, father, brother and sister-in-law Deadlines Deadlines always have a way, of coming on a busy day. 1 knew the day was very near, But all the info was not here. Procrastinaters are the greater, For putting off their work ' till later. Why should we be any better, That ' s the question in this letter. All my work will be on time, Now we ' ll rest ' till next deadline. Maybe later we will spend, Some time to give this note an end. Dear Sally, Congratulations on this momentous occasion. It has been a real joy watching you grow and develop into the special person you have become. From a very proud roommate, best wishes in all of your future undertakings as you go out and make it. Love. Annette Dear Sally, Mazel Tov on this distinguished achievement and wishing you continued success in the bright future ahead. Love, Stan Debbie MAZEL TOV Wishing you the very best always Mom, Dad. Joyce. Bubble. Michael All our love and best wishes to Tammy Appleman we ' re proud ol you as always Love Mommy. Daddy. Karen. Shan and Aviva Congratulations to Tammy Appleman upon graduation We knew you could do it! With love. Delwood Milk Uncle Sidney and Aunt Elhe Dear B .— You can still come up anytime. L To our darling SARI Mazel Tov upon your successful college career. We love you, Mom and Dad Stuie Michal Eli and Sheryl Dear Beverly, Congratulations on your graduation. Wishing you all the best in the future. Love, Aunt Millie and Uncle Jack. Beverly, We are very proud ol you at this time and always. Mazel Tov Love. Mommy. Daddy Helen In honor ol our beloved daughter Pauline Moskowitz on the occasion ol her graduation Irom Stern College With Much Love and Pride. Mom. Dad. Shlomo. Meshulam and Howard 112 The Observer wishes the class of 1981 much success in all their endeavors THE OBSERVER EDITOR-IN-CHIEF JILLSTAMLER Editorial Board Managing Editor Features Editor Abigail Klein Rachel Katsman Executive Editor Asst. Features Editor Ellen Bart Civia Botnick News Editor Cultural A rts Editor Rachel Raden Linda Ostrow Asst. News Editor Copy Editor Annie Charlop Abby Fodiman TtcfcakaJ Board Proof Editor Exchange Editor Sally Lee Nava Kula Layout Editor Typing Editors Maria Silver Amy Schwartz Business Manager Naomi Schulman Claire Strauss Assistant to the Editor Photography Editors Phyllis Dubinsky Tamar Twersky Art Editor Reena Leibtag Rhonda Reininger MAZEL TOV To our dearest Claire With all our love, Mom Dad CONGRATULATIONS to Joel and Essie Frankel and family on the occasion of the graduation of their daughter Susan and on her recent engagement Mazel Tov and lots of noches The Shultz Company Inc Congratulations to our favorite daughter ABIGAIL ESTHER KLEIN Nancy Sydney B. Klein Honoring our daughter MARLA ' S graduation from Stern College With love, Mr. Mrs. Bayer Silver BEST WISHES to Paula Nemeth and to the entire ' 81 graduating class. Grandma Werner Anita, Edward, Larry and Jeff Nemeth Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Rosenberg Best wishes from Congregation Adereth El Shelley and Leeber Cohen wish to congratulate Carol Gejerman and the class of 1981 on their graduation Tel. GR 7 0146 jj tf TURKEL ' S Strictly Kosher (Rlt DIUVERY Meat and Poultry £ ym GARY TURKEL 148 ESSEX STREET NEW YORK. N. Y 10002 Congratulation ' : Sandye From M adga Victor INSURANCE FPOM CJVA Ira Domenltz David A. Carr Agency 6 East 43rd Street New York, New York 10017 (212) 697-3424 Congratulations Sandye Love, Nana Grandpa To our daughter Sandye On your graduation may your future be everything you wish YAHALOM RESTAURANT THE Finest in Giatt Koe To our sweet, darling future daughter-in-law Sheila, The very best of luck. With love, Mom Dad Congratulations to the class of ' 81 Compliments of a friend Congratulations to the class of 1981 Mr. Mrs. Leonard Goldner To our beloved neice cousin Beverly Mascovics Mazel Tov on your graduation — may you continue to be a source of nachas for all and may you be able to fulfill your dreams for the future. — Love Uncle Shmulek, Aunt Gitel, Mindy. Harry Judy Lamstons Always Friendly Always Serving BEST WISHES to the class of ' 81 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zabol family Congratulations to the class of 1981 Jane Breitowick K C CARD GIFT SHOPPE 64 East 34th Street, N.Y.C. Tel. 686-6491 Cards - Books • Gifts ■ Candy • Albums Plush Animals - Oft Wrap ■ Puzzles 1040 U.S. Individual Income Tax Return 1960 For rmtcy Act (Xl c«, vx pjft 3 «t Instruction label. Oliver - ■ pltlM print oi type ff5- J fig T RMAA Spouse ' s occupaiio Presidential Election Campaign Fund ,;j jr t $: to goto this fund? i -t return, does your spouse want $1 to go to this fund? Note: Checking " Yes No | — _ not increase No reduce- your refund r.n Filing Status Check on one 6oi S ngle Married Ming joint return (even if only one had income) Married filing separate return. Enter spouse ' s social security number above and lull name here ► Head of household. (See page 7 of Instructions.) If qualifying person is your unmarried child, enter child ' s name ► Qualifying widow(er) with dependent c hilcl iY« f spouse died ► 19 ). (See page 7 ol Instructions.) nter number of I - oxes checked n 6a and b |» LJ Enter number ot children listed ► I I Enter number i 1 of other dependents t» I Form 1040 " " 9) Congratulations to our darling daugh ter Mr. Mrs. Irving Auerback to my dearest finance SHEILA I love you very much. Carey In honor of my granddaughter MARLA ' S Graduage from Stern College B e s t To our favorite niece With love, k Mrs. Max Silver W SHEILA s h e Love, Uncle Mel Aunt Mollie Sarah Aviva Schwartz Upon your graduation from Stern College We wish Sarah Hatzlacha in all her undertakings Your proud parents: Mr. Mrs. Jacob Schwartz Your proud borthers: Avi, Daniel, Baruch, Naftali Your proud grandmothers. Mrs. Miriam Sorscher Mrs. Ruth Schwartz 685-6526 DELICIOUS DELI 53 E. 34th St. Mon.— Sat. 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sun. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. We carry a complete line of certified Kosher cheeses, fresh fruit and vegetables breads delivered daily. Open late during finals. Deliveries Made! r 3s i o- ? ••?•?£ •♦finis Congratulations and btst wishes for happiness andOuccess To the graduate of I he ' 81 class Especially to EstMer Bina G. From her fathetr And motherland family. Zaidy Itchy and Aunty Hindy, Malki and Gitty Laufer This reflects only a fraction of the love and appreciation 1 feel for you, Mommy and Daddy, for giving me encouragement, support, strength, and love throughout my years in elementary school, high school, and now, Stern College. And since 1 know how much you loved every minute of it, I ' m not finished — onto Grad School! With love, your " Go-Getter " daughter, Esty ?,G djt ESTHER Upon your graduation — it ' s about time! Love, Molly, Joe and Shifra Chana, Dassy and Howie and M.D. MAZEL TOV to our niece Bayla Friedman Uncle Abe, Aunt Arlene and Uncle Davie Friedman Our Best to Bayla on her graduation and future plans from her Mother and Brother Marvin Friedman Best Wishes to Bayla Friedman From Beth David Sisterhood of West Harttord MARTHA ' S HAIR DESIGN LTD. 532-0578; 686-9681 45 East 34th St. 2nd Floor Discount to Stern Girls Independence Savings Bank Salutes Stern College! Congratulations to the graduating class of 1981! i i 1 f lv ,. INDEPENDENCE JIB SAVINGS BANK jm] ' 30 COURT S T REET llllll BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 11202 Independence Savings Bank corner Lexington and 34th St. TB V TO MY GRADUATE: . . . YOU ARE THE SUNSHINE OF MY LIFE . . . ALL MY LOVE, BENJI To our Sheila who has always been a joy. MAZAL TOV TO sincerest wishes for a wonderful future. DINA With all our love, Mom, Soletter Jeff, yT We r are proud r to add the r name of on reaching another milestone . . . Rebecca Rob J r Bayla Friedman With love pride, Dory to the many young people from the Beth David Synagogue of West Hartford who are graduates of Yeshiva Univ ersity and Stern College Mom and Dad TO OUR DEAREST CHASHI (BARBARA ANN VOROBA) UPON YOUR COLLEGE GRADUATION May you be blessed With a lifetime of good health, happiness, love and success. MAZEL TOV, Mom and Dad Mindy, Nomi, Yosef and Shira Bobi and Zaidi Tenzer Aunt Hindy and Uncle Kevy Goldis David, Mindy, and Bentzion MAZEL TOV AND BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS TO OUR DAUGHTER AND SISTER JUDY AND THE GRADUATING CLASS. MR MRS. R KOPPEL AND ROBERT McKEOWN ROOFING CO S 404 North Avenue r Garwood. New Jersey 07027 r Phono: 201-789-0458 A FRIEND s 0F AMY SCHWARTZ DEAR JUDY, CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES LIMO IMPORT LTD V DR MRS. . MILLARD L. V SPIALTER BEST . WISHES w NAOMI KRUPKA UPON HER . GRADUATION . DR MRS BENJAMIN STEIN V DEAR JUDY, GOOD LUCK IN THE FUTURE. K.M.R. DIAMOND CENTER LTD MAZEL TOV TO JUDY KOPPEL, OUR FIRST GRANDDAUGHTER ON THE OCCASION OF HER GRADUATION. MR. MRS. A. SCHONFELD DEAR SHANI, V LOOKS LIKE YOU MADE IT yT THROUGH 4 . . . NICE NUMBER, 4, ISN ' T IT? T MAZEL TOV! LOVE. DAVID V y MAZEL TOV X to LESLIE FINK X LOVE, X MOM DAD GORDESKYK AT LAST: A STERN GRADUATE IN THE FAMILY 1 THANK YOU. ABBY. from ELIZABETH ISAACS GILBERT THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES NINA FELD EQUITABLE LIFE 655 THIRD AVE. NEW YORK, N.Y. 10017 (212) 949-7900 To our darling daughter NAOMI MAZAL TOV on her graduation Mom, Dad, Alma and Andrew MAZAL TOV to our wonderful Shani Mom, Dad. Avi, Judy Tova All is forgiven. Please come home CONGRATULATIONS and MAZAL TOV to the 1981 graduating class of Stern College from the administration and faculty of RAfTlAZ nsn naw To our darling daughter Rene, " Never be in too much of a hurry, to see the blueness of the sky to smell the fragrance of the flowers . . ., to taste the sweetness of God ' s fruit . . ., to feel the love of a dear one . . . We wish you much mazel and success in your future endeavors to come. Love, Mommy, Daddy, and Arleen Bubbeh, Zaideh, Akiva, and Rachel To Abby From Jonathan and David in memory of Bepo FREE DELIVERY NO ORDER TOO SMALL Daily 9:30 A.M. -7:30 P.M. 686-8899 LEWIS KAYE LIQUORS. LTD. 6D EAST 34 St. (Betw. Park Madison Avo.) NICHOLAS PARK Chilled WincJ 4 Chompogncj - Free Gill Wrapping LOWEST DISCOUNT PRICES IN MURRAY HILL Including a full line of Kosher Wines and champagnes To Esty— To my darling newborn niece You make us proud because you ' re you l, hts v w ohtfc syn s T3 i X your Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, X. The Pinters, v Laufers, v Fischers This one ' s for you! With love, f " Aunt " Esty X (Gee, 1 like the sound of that!) tie Ssaj to v CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES to ESTHER B. X GOODMAN ESTY GOODMAN, or, „ o ui,- d m i • , i « ; f a niece and cousin we and to Rabbi Mrs. Irving H. Goodman A , t M XX are P roud °f and a upon the occasion of S X guest we are always their daughter ' s graduation S X happy t0 have from Stern College for Women f y The Lake House Hotel V Love, Mr. Mrs. Joseph Katz Family . Dod Izzy, Doda Bayta, Mr. Mrs. Teddy Katz Family CONGRATULATIONS v IB - ' Yumi| Bina ' yr X A.J., Mimi, and X N Chana Matele Esther X and mazel tov. N. f May you always %. f bring pride and happiness N into your parents lives N. Max and Thelma Cohen x. X and Family v MAZEL TOV HATZLACHA RABAH to our granddaughter SHANI AUERBACH Irom Mr Mrs. Meyer Seif BEST WISHES Little Marcy ' s West New York N.S. MAZEL TOV TO LESLIE ELLEN on your graduation Love. Bobie and Zadie Congratulations to the graduating class Irom the Aunts and Uncles of Paula Nemeth BEST WISHES to the graduating Seniors ot 1981. KIM ' S MARKET BEST WISHES to our darling daughter and sister JOANNE BIENENFELD and the graduating class of 1981 Love always, Mom, Dad, and Morris Our love and best wishes to our charming granddaughter Joanne Bienenfeld On her graduation Grandma Gertrude and Poppy David Goldberg Congratulations Cheryl With love mazel, Mom, Dad and Aileen MAZEL TOV and HATZLACHA to our granddaughter Joanne Bienenfeld With love, Grandma Minnie Grandpa Leon Uncle Irwin Aunt Nancy Uncle Moishe Aunt Arlene and cousins To my Callah From your Cookie Monster METAL STAMPING CORP. 110 -50th Street Brooklyn, N. Y. 11232 T.L 492-7721 phone METUCHEN KOSHER 121-9829 o »- » J (201? DELICATESSEN (201) KOSHER RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN AND CATERING 437 MAIN STREET GEORGE BLEZNICK METUCHEN, N J, 08840 Window Dlemat — Ditplay Ccatulfnl 1041 IIITIAM TfllACI UNION, n 1 07019 Congratulations to Nancy Zuckerman With all our love, Mother and Dad Linda and Tommy Sandel Karen and Julian Nussbaum Jennifer David Elana and Jonathan To our darling Rachel, May you always continue to be a source of pride to us. We wish you mazal and bracha and everything good that life has to offer. We love you, Mom, Dad, Mark Zev Dear Jill, Mazel Tov on your graduation. May your life be filled with success and happiness always. We are so proud of you. With Love, Mom, Dad, Richie and Carol N 3R OF OUR 50th YEAR BEST WISHES FROM To my darling IMPERIAL granddaughter LEATHER FURNITURE CO.. Jill INC. To our beloved 315 WEST 47th STREET Congratulations on NEW YORK. N Y 10036 Manufacturers your graduation Reva Designers Love. ol line upholstered Grandma furniture lor hall who brings so much happiness to others. CONGRATULATIONS May Hashem bless her likewise. and BEST WISHES Darling to my granddaughter Pam, With love from, ANNE COHEN Mom, Dad, Bobe Chani, Jay I, Jay II and Mazel Tov Bryna and Jo-Jo her classmates with love, Gertrude Russ Pimontel HATZLACHAH RABAH TO DENA BILUS AND THE STERN GRADUATING CLASS OF ' 81 WE ' RE PROUD OF YOU ALL! MAY YOU DEVOTE YOUR LIVES TO TORAH, CLAL YISRAEL, AND FREEDOM FOR ALL OPPRESSED JEWS. Mr. Mrs. Ira Bilus Joshua Grandparents Mr. Mrs. Philip Billet Grandmother Mrs. Sarah Bilus AM YISRAEL CHAI MAZEL TOV PAM! All our love, Mom, Dad Norm and Mike Spitz Peck Florist T ° . f our Cedarhurst. f darling New York Naomi " Mazel-Tov! Success in all your future undertakings! Love Best Wis hes, Aunt Mildred Uncle Harold V Dear Shel, In memory of bi Abraham Sill Rosh Yeshivat Bern Akiva Beer-Sheva J Thanks for X f three great years. " by Shaya Gorlin V Paula Nemeth M of My Wonderful Parents — There are no f Love always, M words to describe k W how grateful 1 am Carol X t0 you for everything x.x y° j have done for me. 1 only hope that with God ' s help 1 can give to my f k Congratulations to our daughter N. DEBORAH H. MAYERS To children as freely and upon graduating from Stern College . M our daughter X with as much pleasure ESLIE FINK V and upon her forthcomin 9 marriage to Mr. Edwin Simpser Leslie Ellen Congratulations on V and love as k you both have. With Much Congratulations on your graduation 3am Golda I your graduation. X Ruth Mayers Love, Love, Mom, Dad, Rosanne BRAD Bobby Turn nrun d kij mtDn Dc:T ' Key J To Our Dear Daughter, Sister, and Aunt CHAVA KASTROVIZKY ! •fl?o Sol ?16 ty May the future bring much happiness and the fulfillment of all of your dreams. With Love, Mom and Lou Esther, Armand, Liba, and David Lasky Peshy, Shlomie, Chaim Hillel and Yocheved Kurz •FOR BETTER VALUE ' Fashion Dept. Store MEN ' S. YOUNG MEN ' S BOYS ' ROXBURY MALL Route 10 Succasunna, N. J. LADIES . JUNIORS GIRLS . INFANTS PLAINS PLAZA Rte. 23 Jackson Ave. Pompton Plains, N. J. Open 9.30 to 9.30 Phone 584-7921 Phone 839-4228 Best Wishes to All Graduates Think of Us as You Travel Down The Rocky Road of Life. Your Friends At Baskin BINS Robbins a Ave. THE GREAT AMERICAN HEALTH BAR 15 East 40th Street New York, N.Y. 10016 CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR MOST WONDERFUL DAUGHTER ON HER GRADUATION To Rene, So you ' re graduating, What does that mean? That you had a lot more stuffed into your brain Than your average Joe that walks on the street. And you might think that that ' s real neat. And it is . . . Love y ' all Loui mf 7-ELEVEN FOOD STORES north jersey EIEVEI1 A DIVISION OF THE SOUTHLAND CORPORATION OH THANK HEAVEN YOU ARE GRADUATING GOOD LUCK RONNIE DUREN erusaLem ii KOSHER ISRAELI pizza FeiiLaFeL I„. «,.J ,™ I . !-.« « I ..I " ui si COINU - KIM ft BKO Mm A ismiii-j i ' iikk •»% n IIIIHS -n.l S IMIUIl III S • 111 Ml s MMI l. S.i( .11 1U , H , t) p,s I M ROM 1 1, i. sm v IIMMI Ml . M..n IKur. 7 JO M lo 7 P.M. HEALTH FOOD Visit our new location when at Wall St. Jerusalem 11—1 12 Fulton St. Bet. Williams Nassau 732-6523 MAZEL TOV TO THE CLASS OF 1981 Vbtivuu] SUCC6 0S LiV 5UCCCS5, western, pa. Chapter women ' s bfa itk aoica .i •. - » " •. B J(S«: SPO«IS«l i ami rnu t ■ WELCOME TO MIDTOWN KOSHER PIZZA 32nd and Broadway IF IT ' S NOT THE BEST IN TOWN — WE ' LL PAY FOR IT faom i $djl Uzal uitde CarC Janice your merit-? vovCri (soun£ to enhance ' " on ma t for it and hlvunp it, hhui wnt oum trumpet. Or tn t m wu, haw n ' t a chance. Steve Ware, ttiattfieu) tfn ? -debbu -diex 7 " rente 152 Congratulations and Best Wishes to Elana Beth Kaplan LOVE, Grandma Gussie Goldreich Mom and Dad Robert, Susan and Debra Lynn Kaplan David and Wendy Friend WE LOVE YOU ELANA! Oh-Oh Sergio Valente 7 West 36th St. New York, New York 153 The Stern College Student Council wishes the class of 1981 the best of luck in all their future endeavors! SCWSC Governing Board Julie Beyer — President Lori Bitterman — Vice President Eileen Heinig — Corresponding Secretary Bleem Gancz — Recording Secretary Barbara Senders — Treasurer To my parents, brother and his wife, dearest grandparents, and friends, The hard work and any success 1 have achieved is for you in a way of thanks always for your love and understanding and support in the hard times and in the good times. 1 hope 1 can return doublefold the warmth, understanding and midos that you have shown me and merit your continuing love, support and friendship. Love, Rachelle " Lena " Best Wishes to Shirley S. Levy upon her graduation Greenfields Fuel Oil Co. Glatt Pack Co. J.N. Storm 11276 46th St. 4815 13th Ave. Windows Brooklyn, N.Y. Brooklyn, NY. Doors 11219 11219 4620 16th Ave. 871-3500 851-9364 Brooklyn, N.Y. 11204 My dearest bean, You ' re really swell! Love, David Mazal Tov on your Graduation, Sherry Much love and luck to you in the future. Always, Shlom and Eileen Nechama, Michal and Marty MAZAL TOV SHERRI Wishing you the best of luck now forever with all our love, Robyn Felicia Jody Moreen Dafna Marcie Esther Karen Dear DEBBIE, Mazel Tov on your graduation. I guess you are no longer " little " . Love, Eddie Congratulations to my dear daughter LYNN may you be successful in all your endeavors. DAD, LINDA FAMILY Shcrri ikroiuik Life smoolii an£ easy (iflfpg cayC knqkt Qmnocvd hafaui and may you always ail tftrotuqfi ho3t U?onicrf u [ mars H Lovluj, b Lovable, ii iovci. In memory of our beloved mother and father Fania Toba and Abram Gardin (Z ' l) whose gentle spirits continue to dwell among us and inspire Mazel Tov and best wishes to our sister LYNN upon your graduation. STEVE, CAROL HESHY and ELIE FRED and ANN MAZEL TOV and BEST WISHES for continued success to DEBBIE MEYERS Welcome to the family Love, Rose, Sam Berel Simpser MAZEL TOV MARLA HELEN HY COHEN COTE ST. LUC, QUEBEC MAZEL TOV MARLA Mr. Mrs. MANUEL DAZFEN ST. LAURENT, QUEBEC MAZEL TOV MARLA Mr. Mrs. ISRAEL RICHLER ST LAURENT QUEBEC MAZEL TOV MARLA Mr. Mrs. LENNY ZARITSKY ST. LAURENT, QUEBEC MAZEL TOV MARLA Mr. Mrs. PETER KLEINMAN ST. LAURENT, QUEBEC MAZEL TOV MARLA Mr. Mrs. SAUL SHERMAN FAMILY MAZEL TOV MARLA RHODA MORRIS LAZARUS ST. LAURENT. QUEBEC •iff. I . o 4 yso 20 p i dn$ itb love xeot) xffecrioto Ave cowpKAiulxce- you, on xcbieviNK) this milestone wb wish you wucb ho wt rmhyn foKiW funm 4 m k k-.k k MAZAL to the NINETEEN from the year- cheryi Shindler Naomi Krupka Maria Silver Sandy Kahn Shifra Pasternak TOV class of EIGHTY ONE book staff Alisa Mandel Sally Schkolnik Rachelle Nashofer Sandye Lamberger Randy Akawie The future ' s so mysterious Its happenings unknown So we cling to our present And cherish what we own. Moving on is a challenge Our future is at stake But whatever is the outcome Be content with what you make. 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