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Show Hide text for 1982 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 176 of the 1982 volume: “ ■ ■ .«wi 1 MUM I @ H HP jjPjj | ■HI Wm w A « I v 4 V s - K — . - . X W A - , X . A Smile A smile costs nothing but gives much. It enriches those who receive, without making poorer those who give. It takes but a moment, but the memory of it sometimes lasts forever. No one is so rich or mighty that he can be made rich by it. A smile creates happiness in the home, fosters good will in business, and is the countersign of friendship. It brings rest to the weary, cheer to the discouraged, sunshine to the sad, and is nature ' s best antidote for trou- ble. Yet, it cannot be bought, begged, borrowed, or stolen, for it is something that is of no value to anyone until it is given away. Some people are too tired to give a smile. Give them one of yours, as no one needs a smile so much as he who has none to give. © Reprinted with permission from Harper Row, Publish- ers Inc. Nothing is really work unless you would rather be doing something else. J.M. Barrie In The Caf The Stern College cafeteria, better known as the " caf has come to play an important role in our lives. As a source of nutrition, the caf provides our daily supply of yogurt pops, spinach souffle, and sukiyaki. Second only to Bernstein ' s. Sammy ' s caf is the most popular hangout for the stern gang. Students find time to socialize at the salad bar, sip their sodas between classes, or even catch up on their french fries. Sammy Klein, the caf manager, always greets us with a friendly smile. Sammy. Mrs. Klein. Ignatz, Alex and the crew have been here through- out our four years. We ' ve come to cherish their warmth and good humor. The friendships we ' ve made and the delicious food in the cafeteria will always have a special place in our hearts and stomachs. ' WE GO TOGETHER ' ' in TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS 12 13 Making It To The Top Four years ago we were timid naive freshmen entering the Big City. For many of us it was the first time on our own. College was a frightening prospect, and we didn ' t know what to anticipate. " Would we adjust to a new environment. " " Would we make new friends, " Would we find Barnes Noble. " and most important, " What is Stern College all about. " As seniors, we now seem to know all the answers. Dorm life, classes, and 34th street has been a great learning experience. We ' ve had the opportunity to take part in Student Coucil, Observer, Senate and other committees. One can easily make it to the top in a small school such as ours. We began as followers and today we graduate as tuture leaders. 15 Ill v Memories of Murray Hill XW V fi i -M DEDICATION Esther Zuroff For 25 years SCW has tried to attract and inspire a special type of student-women interested in helping others and concerned with preserving the tenets of Judaism. No one embodies these principles better than Mrs. Esther Zuroff, director of Student Services. Efficiently she solves the problems and untangles the conflicts that arise in the academic and person- al strata of our lives. Always ready to listen, she gives sound practical advice and supplies Stern women with everything from job opportunit.es to opera tickets. . , Mrs Zuroff never forgets that it is the students who are the mainstays of the school and that each is an individual with dreams and ideas worth hearing. She speaks to every student in the school to see how she is adjusting and how her courses are; or just to shmooze. The sunny yellow card in your mailbox spells-SMILE YOU ' VE GOT A FRIEND WHO CARES. Mrs. Zuroff helped make our years at Stern special and we dedicate this yearbook to her with thanks and love. 17 FACULTY . ' stsc ' X . ' Vi ■ ' - - . u— W- , - y- m. ; ' j JtaS 1 J- " ! " r JUDAIC STUDIES Dr. G. Appel Rabbi S. Berman Dr. Bernstein Rabbi Y. Blau Rabbi N. Danzig Prof. H. Dubitsky Dr. S. Eidelberg Dr. J. Feinstein 20 Rabbi T. Flaum Dr. S. Gaon Dr. J. Gurock Rabbi K. Hain Dr. M. Havazelet Prof. H. Kamri Rabbi E. Kanarfogel H Y 21 JUDAIC STUDIES Miss H. Kosak Dr. A. Levy Rabbi A. Metzger Mrs. S. Oster Dr. C. Raffel Dr. J. Reiner Dr. W. Orenstein Rabbi F. Schonfeld Dr. Schmidman Rabbi A. Shurin Rabbi A. Weiss 22 HUMANITIES } Dr. A. Krawkowski Dr. E. Levy Prof. P. Schram 23 HUMANITIES Dr. C. Silver asm Mrs. Tang-Caudrado Dr. M. Silver I Dr. M. Weidhorn Dr. H. Wenkart with students 24 SOCIAL SCIENCES Mr. N. Davidowitz Dr. B. Friedman Dr. M. Grosof Dr. M. Hecht 25 SOCIAL SCIENCES Dr. Hershkovitz Mr. B. Klein Dr. E. Krakowski Dr. A. Levine Dr. J. Roberts Dr. M. Perlman Dr. S. Sardy Prof. A. Tauber 26 SCIENCES Dr. M. Dalezman Mrs. C. Dobin Mrs. J. Fruchter Dr. F. Goodman 27 SCIENCES OFFICE OF STUDENT SERVICES STERN COLLEGE FOR WOMEN YESHIVA UNIVERSITY £ h±sj- ?fL u z£ W co« In to the Office of Student Services In room 110. I. J -r L. O immediately iLo - _ V " ' A ■ J " ' (0 O as soon as possible w U - ' A- " J fl for an appointment (J " concerning the following Important natter: Mrs. P. Winter Mrs. A. Buchwald Dr. B. Friedland OFFICE OF THE DEAN Dean K. Bacon Mrs. L. Turkei Dean E. Orlian Mrs. B. Rosenberg Ms. I. Balson Mrs. S. Ganzweig Bombach 29 OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR Mrs. E. Reich YESHIVA UNIVERSITY - OFKICE 01 " Till-: REGISTRAR STERN COLLEGE RECORD REVIEW RIRM - ISA DECK IE Student ' s name 7 ??W , . l IU l Print: Last First Middle I.D. N0._ Major II_ _Major I Minor JS Level ENTRANCE Sub jce t U.S. llisLol Math CEEB Other 59te of X Chack E and R Initials M Comments SUMMARY OF CREDITS Credits Cumu- Cumu- by lative lative Term Credits Average COURSES REQUIRED (thos English y Afi J 4 lealth Educ -l X 2 3 A 01 0?. Mrs. Glick Mrs. Rosenthal Mrs. Gonzalez Mrs. Garcia Mrs. Lubetski LIBRARY Ms. Blatt Mr. Ben-Zev Mrs. Neiman Ms. Stramm Mrs. Klein CAFETERIA Mr. Klein Ignatz Mr. Mandlebaum Ms. Vinokurev Renee Mrs. Sussman I DORMITORY Rabbi Mordechai and Sema Reich, Betzalel and Nechama ■ :■ , i Mrs. Milner CLUBS TVITIE WYUR Hindi Shapiro — President ECONOMICS Miriam Husney — President PSYCHOLOGY Riki Tokayer — President 34 - - WITH rftEUD CHOIR Ms. Harbater — Director 35 DORM COUNSELORS Bev Heyman — Head ELECTIONS Esther Stiefel — President ACCOUNTING Reva Peretz — President BLOOD DRIVE Tammy Seidemann — President POLITICAL SCIENCE Barbara Ungar — President MILNER ' S MARKET Judy Praw— Manager c L U B C A N A D A K 37 WORLD JEWRY CLUB Vael Schacter— President COMPUTER SOCIETY TORAH ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE Ellen Bart— President HISTORY CLUB Leeba Clark Shifra Pasternak — Presidents SPEECH ARTS FORUM Phyllis Dubinsky — President 39 ; ii c £ r.ue Board £ C 3 -S C 4) X fc c ?; ™ .2 -r o — £ » J ; c - — - . £ . ,E « : So ' U : - ™ 23 «S« £ T3 : T3 id •£ a CXr: - ' 0 n ? - (5 aJoi« u ' o Ec = S THE OB BB y PRINCE £STH EBf FEL fa— ' ! .. 7j o " -• u unoao o 7 cu tura» A " " b .2S -a B « 5 a » U x: o ft. - - op ' • „i Roar° Technical o£ z VlCK E F Siot « r «ix ssss- sssss uKwaff " I 1 c . n CO n GO o a •. 3 - t£2 -0.2? - aO W 3 a a 3 : PQ 5 o • . u at •- " SI5 3S.S-8 aper of Stern College i S 8 -I! f f = , 3 I £■8 2 x o .E n 5 (J ciatl " S tr " v.r.9f D a « n e F e -f n W ,zaEP stein usa K° fma ° ' push " «- ' Sff Gross S Hans-- J ,, h Bote s— v f , e i t er. 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Arlette Loeser, SCtf President introduced her Loard, consisting of Tina Senders, Treasurer.Yocheved Pachino, Corresponding Secretary, Aliia Epstein, Recording Secretary, and Sandy Kahn, the Vice President. 1. Oean lacon and Mrs. Orlian, Asst. Dean urge that students do not panic about the new requirements. Course Level Designation are available. Submit in writing any problems that you may have. 2. The possibility of a xorox machine was , once again,discussed. 3. Student Councils Meetings are open to all students, including those who have no titles, or position. We hope to publicize the time of future SC meetings as well as the agenda. ft .The successful Millner ' s Market will be continuing next year ' in an expanded fashion We hope to sell YU notebooks, T-shirts, shorts and sweatshirts this fall. jj.Next year students will receive one half credit for Choir. 6.Elie Abadie, a YU student came to speak to (in Hebrew) about EMC ' sHebrew publication rfa ' Hashkif. A new page for Beginners will be added to the publication which will hopefully be released quarterly next year. Mr. Abadie requested our psychological, financial, ana overall support. Anyone interested in writing for Ha ' Mashkif please contact Elie at 928-6498, or see Aliza in 6 C. .forgot Rosenberg proposed making a new Club called the Service Club. This club would be involved with community outside of Stern. Most of the proposed activities are presently coordinated by the Torah Activities Committee, and will continue to be organized by TAC. 0. We are members of the Simon Wies enthal Holocaust Center, in Los Angeles. 9. The Student Council haa given the Helens $2000 to fix up the Study Kails in the dorm. In addition we are now holding a raffle . The prize, a $100 AM-FM radio, has been graciously donated to the Student Council by WYNY 97 FK on your radio dial. The portable radio is also a cassette recorder. Please see Amy in 10E if you would like to purchase tickets for this special raffle. They are only 50(t. 10. This Sunday ,hay 24, at 1:30 Avital Shransky, and Yosef Kendelovich will be leading a rally for Soviet Jewry. The rally will be at the Soviet Mission, at 6?th and Lexington. Please see Yael in 3C for more information. 11. Rachel Katz , head of the Student Admissions Committee would like some students to volunteer to speak to prospective students. Since Speech is still a requirement ,many of us should be able to help. 12. Tickets are available for the following plays; Scrambled Feet, One Mo Time, Cemini , hose, Karry Me A Little, Next Year In Jerusalem Concert. The latter is a special concert for Israel , and we can get tickets -for $12 instead of $15-See Amy in 10E. 13. We hope to publish a list of of the Club Chairwoman. 14. Cood luck of Finals! Have a great summer.and see you next year. SC MEETING IN ACTION 47 SENIOR CLASS Judy Solomon — President Elana Pruzansky — Vice-President Bonnie Miller — Secretary Sandy Frankowitz — Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS Shari Cohn — President Reva Pinter — Vice-President Rena Silvetstein — Secretary Renee Edelman — Treasurer SOPHOMORE CLASS FRESHMAN CLASS Michelle Listhause — President Marcia Greenbaum — Vice-President Tammy Seidemann — Secretary Gail Edelcreek — Treasurer Dahlia Friedman — President Shauna Singer — Vice-President Rachel Plotkin — Secretary Nancy Korn — Treasurer 48 SENATE Liz Kagan Leeba Clark OFFICERS Darona Steinhorn Renee Stern Judy Hecht Susan Mandelbaum 49 SENIOR CAFE NIGHT YC student undet hypnosis Intimate cafe tables What do you mean my jeans ate too tight? Behind the scenes 50 She ' s got her hands full. Do you want to go out with her? We did it! 51 Chanuka Chagiga SOY declared girls would not be invited to their annual Chanuka Chagiga. Therefore, we staged our own celebration. Under the direction of the freshman class, Ruach Revival entertained over 100 girls who showed up to dance and celebrate. There was latkes, brownies, punch and door prizes. It was a well orga- nized event, financially successful and a lot of fun. 52 53 » The Young and the Religious A continuing drama about the lives of young Bnei Torah struggling to remain religious in a world blind to the Torah way of life. " Janet, what should I do? I need your help. " " What ' s the matter Malkie? I ' ve noticed that something has been both- ering you lately. " " Remember that deal I made with my parents ? They wanted me to go to seminary but I wanted to go to college and finally they let me go because they trusted me, but they made me promise only to go out for tachlis. " " Yes. I remember. That was really funny. " " Just think, your parents wanted you to go to seminary and mine wouldn ' t let me go for anything in the world. But I ' m in Stern College now, and New York has a nice Jewish community. They offer secular and religious studies — it ' s the only school that offers such great opportunity. It couldn ' t be worse — right on 34th street — all the stores — Broadway — Sorry, I almost forgot. You had a problem, so nu. Tell me about it already. " " Well Janet — there ' s a boy — his name is Yaakov. " Oh I know what ' s coming already. Come on, let ' s hear it. Where did you meet him? " " Well, you know, I ' ve been taking computers and lately I ' ve been having a real hard time. I shouldn ' t have taken it, but anyway, after last Tuesday ' s class I was really lost. I had to ask someone for help. I had to go uptown to use the computer and this real cute guy with a kipah sruga was there so I figured I ' d ask him. He really helped me a lot. We got to talking afterwards but he had to go because he had a shiur in the Beis Midrash. Yesterday we happened to meet in Jerusalem II so we ate lunch together. To make a long ofeftCoIltaR Q — B IB 1 ' story short he asked me to go to Bernstein ' s with him on Motzei Shabbos. " " So what ' s the problem? That ' s great! I should have such problems. " But Janet, the promise I made to my parents — I said I ' d only go out for tachlis. " " So Malkie, did you specify what the tachlis is? — it ' s just that everyone has a different tachlis in mind. " ' Janet, what ' s the matter with you? " " Gosh Malkie! I ' m just kidding. But seriously, you never know what could turn out. Do you like him? " " Oh Janet, that ' s the problem. We talked for hours and never ran out of things to say. He really understands me. " " And how long have you known him? " " Two days. But we talked a lot. " " Well I don ' t want to be your Yeitzer Harah but I really don ' t see anything wrong with your going out. " " You don ' t think that I ' m getting too involved? " " Idiot! You haven ' t even gone out yet. You may not even like him. By the way, does he have any friends for me? " " Janet, you always make jokes about these kinds of things. " " Who ' s making jokes? I ' m dead serious. " " Look Malkie, don ' t worry, brrng brrng " " Oh it ' s the phone, hello, what? — 7-11 It ' s 2:00 a.m. O.K. I ' ll meet you downstairs in the lobby in five minutes Will Malkie marry Yaakov? Most important, what Entenmann ' s will Malkie bring back! TEN RULES FOR DATING by Dr. Ruth Eastheimer 1. No physical contact — hold the phone away from your ear as far as possible. 2. Make reasonable demands — dinner, show, movie and a drink. 3. Dress appropriately — jean skirt, oxford shirt, argyle socks, penny loafers and Ralph Lauren. 4. Be tactful — ask him after the first drink how much money he has. 5. If a neb — be gracious when encouraging him to leave. 6. If he calls again pretend you don ' t know him. 7. If persistent and proposes — consult your roommates. 8. If he calls a third time and happens to propose to your roommate — be weary of his intentions. 9. Take advantage of his indecisiveness. 10. When all else fails— call Dr. Ruth Eastheimer at MU6-5900. SENIORS We close the doors behind us, Yet, the memories we hold dear, To face the new horizons, Oh, the future is ever so near. MESSAGE FOR KOCHAVIAH FROM MR. MAX STERN It is with great pleasure that I extend warmest greetings to the 1982 graduates of Stern College for Women. Your years at Stern College have been immeasurably fruitful in terms of personal development. Here you have acquired increased understanding of the Judaic heritage, a knowledge of the liberal arts and sciences, and a sensitivity to the processes of responsible citizenship. Each facet of the College experience has advanced the pursuit of its primary goal; the education of young women imbued with the spiritual values of Judaism and a deep appreciation of the finest in Western culture, who can meet with confidence the challenges of modern life. In this way Stern College plays a key role in strengthening the identity of the American Jewish woman today and for generations to come. In your various roles in the professions and the community — and as guardians of our Torah traditions — you will find the years spent at Stern College taking on ever greater significance. I have abiding faith that you will utilize your education for continued growth and service, and extend my very best wishes for the future. " » Dear Graduates: The four years you have spent at Stern College have been eventful ones for the University, for Stern, and for yourselves. The University underwent the greatest crisis in its history and survived it. The College introduced a new core curriculum, a new dress code, and enhanced faculty appointments. As individuals, you no doubt experienced the normal crisis of growth and maturation that are the lot of all intelligent and sensitive people. It is my hope and prayer that all that we have taught you in the areas of Jewish studies, liberal arts and sciences, and the art of interpersonal relationships — all the pattern of Torah U-mada — will stand you in good stead as you proceed to enter upon careers, build families, make your contribu- tions to the community and, above all, continue uninterrupted the process of gaining maturity and wisdom. Good luck in all your ways! 59 I When I reflect on the meaning of a Stern College education, I find myself very naturally caught up in the great mis- sion of the University, Torah U ' Mada. And, that is right and proper since so much of what we are as a learning and liv- ing environment is a reflection of that mission. There is, however, more to the story. Stern College for Women is, after all, a women ' s college. Almost an anachronism environment that is, for all practical purposes, inseparable from the subject matter being taught. Every course from studio art to physical chemistry, every elected officer from President of Student Council to Observer Editor, every position in the Dramatics Society from lead actor to set builder has been equally available to you. As one might expect, this array of opportunity has created a spirit of challenge and a will to succeed. The class of 1982 leaves this college as a group of high achievers with great expectations. The Rambam, in reference to Abraham ' s " trials " in his commentary on Genesis, expounds the belief that man is not tested in order to see if he can measure up, but rather he is tested in order to bring forth potential good into actual good. It is my hope and prayer that the future you face with its many opportunities and " tests " will be occasion to bring forth that good in you and to reaffirm all that you have learned at Stern College. On behalf of the faculty and staff, I wish you great success, May you go from strength to strength in all your under- takings. tf-AiJL ' - , r,o GRADUATES 61 Susan Alexander EDUCATION Barbara Senders Ast BIOLOGY Student Council Treasurer Dean ' s List, Obsetver Staff, Big Sis- ter, Aishel Honor Society, Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. K . ' .. " Ellen Bart COMPUTER SCIENCE Observer — Associate and Executive Editor, Junior Class Senator, Curriculum Committee, Dean ' s List, Aishel Honor So ciety. All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing. Debbie Basch MATH COMPUTERS Dean ' s List, Computer Science Society. cms anw oibd pn ,maiavn Simone Bialowitz ADVERTISING Lori Bitterman PSYCHOLOGY Freshman Class Secretary, Observer Photography Editor, Student Council Vice-President, Stern College Dramatic Society, Year- book Photographer, Best Supporting Actress— Cry Havoc, Al- pha Psi Omega Dramatic Honor Society, Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Ruth Elyse Borgen BIOLOGY Basketball team. Student Council Officer, Dean ' s List, Y.U Semi- nat Advisot, Pre-Health Society, Alissa ' s Roommate, Science Club, Physics Club, Gourmet Club Do you know where you ' re going to. Do you like the things that life is showing you. Where are you going to. Do you know? Meirah Borstein f ADVERTISING World Jewry, Dean ' s List Civia Botnick ENGLISH COMMUNICATIONS WYL ' R Engineer, Assistant Features Editor of Observer, Student Court Judge Emma Bursztyn POLITICAL SCIENCE URBAN STUDIES Observer Features Writer, Senator, Big Sister, President of Joseph Dunner Political Society, Senior Assistant of the Political Science Department, Harvard Model U.N., Who ' s Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Colleges. Sometimes you got to look hard at a person and remember he ' s just trying to find his way. Just like you . . . Thelma Thayer to Chelsey in On Golden Pond Chavi Chanowski PSYCHOLOGY Dean ' s List, Dorm Counselor, Psychology Club, Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Yesterday is but a dream and tomorrow is but a vision. But today well-lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope. Leeba Clark INFORMATION SCIENCE TAC, Chairwoman, Junior and Senior Senator, Observer Colum- nist, Yearbook Writing Staff, Sounding Board Editor, Computer Science Society, Choir, Student Admissions Phoneathon, Blood Drive, World Jewry Committee, Belkin Scholar, Dean ' s List, Aishel Honor Society, Who ' s Who Among Students In Ameri- can Universities and Colleges A ' Tyx d ' tui nn ' iDT D ' yjK ;myn " pd] t»Vk " 0 nnim -pi -imK jn Vy -nonn mim »n Jewel Cleeman ECONOMICS Beatriz Cymberknopf POLITICAL SCIENCE Senior Assistant of the Poli Sci Department, Harvard Model U.N. Delegate Fulfill His will, as you would your own will, so that He may fulfill, your will as though it were His will. Pirkei Avot-2 C Robin Deutsch PSYCHOLOGY Tova Dobrinsky POLITICAL SCIENCE Vice-President of Pre-Law Society, Political Science Society, Dean ' s List, Juniot Historian in Poli Sci, Senior Assistant There are two things to aim at in life; first, to get what you want; and after that to enjoy it. Only the wisest of mankind achieves the second. Longan Pearsall Smith Phyllis Louise Dubinsky ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Speech Arts Forum Chairman of a Celebration of Love and Marriage and Women in Special Education, Student Coordinator of SCW Choir, Observer Editor ' s Assistant, Blood Dtive, Regis- tration Aide, Big Sister, Who ' s Who Among Students in Ameri- can Universities and Colleges All your children shall be taught by g-d and great will be the peace of your children. main . t •» n Libby Bramson Emanuel Biology Leslie Fetik Chemistry Sandra Renee Frankovitz MATHEMATICS COMPUTER SCIENCE Observer— Proof Editor, Typing Staff, layout Staff, Proof Editor of Kochaviah, WYUR, Choir, Senior Class Treasurer, Computer Science Society, Blood Drive Committee, Big Sister, Registration Aide I do not know what I may appear to the world, But to myself I seem to have been only like a girl playing on the seashote, and diverting myself in now and then, finding a smoother Pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered and before me. Sir Isaac Newton. Robin Brandes Friedman ECONOMICS Barbara " Bleem " Gancz ENGLISH COMMUNICATIONS Editor-in-Chief of Kochaviah, Recording Secretary of Student Council, Chairman of Installation Dinner, Observer Staff Writer, Big Sister, Dean ' s List, Who ' s Who Among Students in Ameri- can Universities and Colleges. Rose Gans SPEECH THERAPY Parvaneh Ghatan COMPUTER SCIENCE Dean ' s List, Computer Science Club, TAC Consider three things, and you will not come to sin: know what is above you: an eye that sees, an ear that hears, and all your deeds are written in a book. ■Nrr-T Chavie Gold COMPUTER SCIENCE Israel Affairs Committee, World Jewry Club, Computer Science Society Shari Goldberg MATHEMATICS Dean ' s List Take time to live because the world has so much to give. Ahava Goldman ACCOUNTING Deans List, Big Sister, Secretary of Accounting Society, WYUR, SCDS, Economics Club We are confronted with insurmountable opportunities. Walt Kelly Pamela Chiott Graber PSYCHOLOGY Dean ' s List 1 -•■ , j-m 1 J W- " ' I v H I V jH wM H Deena Greenberg ECONOMICS Dean ' s List, Op Ed Editor of Obsetver, World Jewry Club ana Leifer Gross MATHEMATICS Dean ' s List Take time to live because the world has so much to give. Lisa Hartstein PSYCHOLOGY WYUR— Governing Board News Director, YCDS You can always prove you ' ve earned your moment in the sun when you can proudly point to one extraordinary thing. S.L. Jacobovsky Evelyn S. Havasi SOCIOLOGY Pre-LAW Dean ' s List, Pre-Law Society President, Editor of Poli Sci News- letter, AZYF Representative, 7th floor Knitting Club Only with the heart can one see what is invisible to the eye. Eileen Heinig EDUCATION SCW Coordinator of WYUR, Corresponding Secretary of Stu- dent Council Climb every mountain Ford ever stream Follow every rainbow Till you find your dream. Miriam Husney ECONOMICS WYUR Stern Coordinator, Observer Staff, Chairperson of Eco- nomics Society. Know thyself— Realize thyself become thy higher self Elizabeth Kagan HISTORY Student Senator, President of Historical Society, Dean ' s List, Samuel Belkin Undergraduate Scholar. People who are afraid to make fools of themselves will never make anything of themselves. John Knowles in the Paragon Rena Kamelgard BIOLOGY Dean ' s List, Big Sister, Registration Aide, Political Science Soci- ety Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. Felice Bienenstock Kamlet COMMUNICATIONS Speech Arts Forum Susan Kaplan ACCOUNTING Perla Karpel BIOLOGY Dean ' s List, Science Club, Blood Drive Rachel Katsman ' jr ? MATHEMATICS Editor-in-Chief of the Observer, Features Editor, Israel Affairs Committee, Presidential Election Campaign Dean ' s List, Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges I must feel certain that not only at the moment of my death shall I be able to account for the time that I have lived; I ought to be ready at every moment of my life to confront myself and say — this is what I have done. The letters of Yonaton Netanyahu Gail Kaufman EDUCATION Yu Seminar Advisor, Ed Club, Bravenders Club, Gourmet Club. Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy wealthy and wise. REB AND ARL Nadia Kiderman BIOLOGY Lisa Korman BIOLOGY World Jewry Club, TAC Publicity Chairperson, Beit Midrash, Israel Affairs Chairperson, Blood Drive Co-Chairperson, Observ- er Staff, Dean ' s List To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream, not only plan, but also believe. Anatole France Sherelle Lea Laifer MATH PRE-MED Dean ' s List, WYUR, YU Chamber Music Society, Pre-Med Honor Society, YU Seminar Advisor, 7th Floor Knitting Club Chairwoman Sara Lamm PSYCHOLOGY Secretary and member of Dramatics Honor Society, Alpha Psi Omega, Secretary of Stera College Senate, Psy-Chi Psychology Honor Society, Observer Writing Staff, Dean ' s List, Who ' s Who Among Students in American llniversities and Colleges. ZEL GERUTEN (you should grow) Tillie H. Mehler ZEL (grandmother) Barbara Lauer PSYCHOLOGY Dramatic Society, Psychology Club President, Psy-Chi Psycholo- gy Honor Society, Yeshiva University Seminar Advisor, Registra- tion Aide, Deans List A friends is one who comes in when the whole world has gone out. Reena Leibtag INTERIOR DESIGN Junior Class President, SCDS — Best Actress for Cry Havoc, Head Waitress, Art Editor for the Observer, Design and Layout Editor for Kochaviah, Big Sister Joyce Lempel SOCIOLOGY Observer — Cultural Arts Editor, Dean s List, UJA Campus Re- presentative, World Jewry Club Chairperson, Political Science Debating Team. Blessed art thou. Lord our God, king of the universe, who hast provided for all my needs. Birchot Hashachar Alissa Levine COMPUTER SCIENCE Belkin Scholar, Dean ' s List, Big Sister, Computer Science Soci- ety, Bnei Akiva, Otot Alumnus, Physics Club, Ruth ' s Roommate, Basketball Team, EBG n " »Vs ' » nwy twk Vm ?:: ' kV j.-k D ' Vnn Arlette Loeser PSYCHOLOGY Student Council President, NCSY Advisor, Technical Coordina- tor, Cross Country Tour Advisor, Admissions Council, Big Sister, Student Host, TAC Publicity, Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. This is the day which the lord has made: let us be glad and rejoice in it. Marsha Lustig SPEECH AND DRAMA SCDS— Alpha Psi Omega Honor Society, Best Supporting Ac- tress and Best Actress Helen Maryles ART Sheera Michael ACCOUNTING Bonnie Miller POLITICAL SCIENCE Senior Class Secretary, Political Science Club, Club Canada It is not in doing what you like, but in liking what you do, that is the secret of happiness. James Barrie Shari Millstein ACCOUNTING Shifa Ness ACCOUNTING na D ' p TnoV ton o n yy Linda Sharon Ostrow ENGLISH COMMUNICATIONS Observer— Feature and Cultural Editor, WYUR— Disc Jockey and Production Assistant SCDS— Sound Design and House Manager, Best Actress in the Young and Fair. Participant in the American College Theatre Festivals, Alpha Psi Omega Chairman, Speech Arts Forum Chairman. Somebody said that it couldn ' t be done, But (she) with a chuckle replied. That " maybe it couldn ' t, " but (she) would be one who wouldn ' t say so ' till (she) tried. So (she) buckled right in with a trace of a grin on her face. If she worried (she) hid it. She started to sing as (she) tackled the thing that couldn ' t be done, and (she) did it. Edgar A. Guest Marcie Oxman COMMUNICATION DISORDERS Speech Pathology Club, Dorm Counselor, Bnei Akiva, Dean ' s List, Floor Chairman, Melissa ' s Roommate. Take time to live because the world has so much to give. Chava Pachino BIOLOGY Big Sister, Tutor, Science Club, Club Canada, Dean ' s List, Belkin Scholar. Claire J. Pecker BIOLOGY PRE-MED Dean ' s List, Co-Chairman of Science Club, Pre-Med Honor Soci- ety, 7th Floor Knitting Club Reva Peretz „ ACCOUNTING Joseph Dunner Political Science Society, President of Account- ing Society rfi- ifc ' Judy Praw ACCOUNTING Manager and Buyer of Student Store-Stern Student Council Member of Accounting Society, Director of Speakers, Kocha- viah Staff Writer, Choir Member We know what we ate. But know not what we may be. Hamlet, Act IV (Ophelia) Elana Pruzansky PSYCHOLOGY Senior Class Vice-President, WYUR — Engineer, Psychology Club, YCDS— Usherette He who smiles rather than rages is always the stronger. Elisheva Rosenbaum JUDAIC STUDIES Big Sister, NCSY Advisor, Yeshiva University-Torah Leadership Seminar Advisor, TAC Tzedakah Chairwoman, T ' chiya Volun- teer, Dean ' s List, Observer nyw 1 7 7 ' KW DTK " l 1 ? 7 K7? OipQ lb f " »RB? 131 TV f " » K 1 Wendy Sacks NURSING Yolanda Benson Honor Society, Secretary and Committee Chair- man, Torah Leadership Seminar Advisor, NCSY Chapter and Regional Advisor, Deans List, SCDS, Belkin Scholar If a picture is worth a thousand words, then what is a smile worth?! Yael Schachter JUDAIC STUDIES Floor Chairman, Cafeteria Poll Chairman, Junior Class Vice- President, Torah Activities Committee, Bikur Cholim Commit- tee, Israel Affairs Committee, Chevra Aliyah Toranit, World Jewry Club Chairman, Dorm Counselor, Who ' s Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges ¥ Joyce Scherzer SPEECH PATHOLOGY Michelle Schwartz EDUCATION SCDS Anne Schwarzberg BIOLOGY Big Sister, Registration Aide, Observer Writer, Science Club, Dean " s List, Co-chairman of the 7th Floor Knitting Club Sharon Sholiton JUDAIC STUDIES Samuel Belkin Undergraduate Scholar, Dean ' s List, Observer Staff The true mark of wisdom is the ability to see the miraculous in the common. Ralph Waldo Emerson Kim Shulman EDUCATION Linda Siegel EDUCATION Shoni Silbermintz COMPUTERS Gail Silverman BIOLOGY Student Admissions Council, Bnei Akiva ?R KlVn uVlD TnK 2K tnVn wx Ti23 yna ukt3 in li ' nuK mil V n 1 ? i ' nK3 Tova Snopkovski PSYCHOLOGY Spectator So many men seem destined to settle for something small, but I won ' t rest until I know I have it all. I ' ve got to be where my spirit can run free. I ' ve got to find my corner of the sky. Judy Solomon PSYCHOLOGY EDUCATION Senior Class President DeeDee Spero ADVERTISING GRAPHICS Chug Aliya, Chevrat Aliya Toranit, T ' Chiya, Newspaper Layout Staff, 7th Floor Knitting Club Wealthy the spirit that knows its own flight. Stealthy the hunter who slays his own fright. Blessed the traveler who journeys the length of the light. Darona Steinhorn POLITICAL SCIENCE HISTORY History Club, Pre Law Society, Vice President Political Science Society, Student Senator, Dean ' s List To live is the rarest thing in the world, most people just exist, that is all. Oscar Wilde Lynn Sram SOCIOLOGY WYUR, Choir, YCDS, Dean ' s List Voir que Ton va vieiller Et vouloir commencer Voir un amour fleurir Et sy vouloir bruler Voir la peur in utile La laisser aux crapauds Voir que Ton est fragile Et chanter a nouveau Voila ce que je vois Voila ce que je veux. Jacque Bret ' s To see that we are getting old and to want to see that we are fragile, begin to see a love bloom, and to want to burn within it. To see the useless fear, to leave it to the toads. To see that we are fragile. And to sing again, that is what I see, that is what I want. Esther Sussmilch ENGLISH LITERATURE Deans ' List, Observer Feature Writer, Pre-Law Society, Flame Reptesentative, Freshman Orientation Coordinator, Big Sister To be surprised, to wonder, is to begin to understand . . . Every- thing in the world is strange and ma rvelous to well open eyes. Jose Onega y Gasset To make others laugh is a challenge and more satisfying than laughter itself. Aviva Fox Tessler ENGLISH COMMUNICATIONS Observer Writer, WYUR Disc Jockey, YCDS puppeteer in The Grand Tour ■ ' Wl Ricki Sheryl Tokayer PSYCHOLOGY NCSY Advisor, Floor Chairperson. Stern UJA Representative, Big Sister, Psychology Club Chairman, Chabad Fundraiser The language of friendship is not words but meanings. Thoreau I Cindy Ulano V. Chairman of Torah Activities Committee Publications, Big Sis- ter, Admissions Representative, phoneathon. rcpiK nniK n rma tiVkw nnx 73 3 n Dyl3n niTn,? Tova Ungar COMMUNICATIONS SPEECH AND DRAMA WYUR— Stern Coordinator and Disc Jockey, SCDS— President, Lighting Design and Actress, YCDS Representative, Alpha Psi Omega — Epsilon Epsilon, Kappa Sigma, Observer Layout, SAF Member A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out. Walter Winchell Tova Weinberger SOCIOLOGY Shaindee Weisstuch SOCIOLOGY Big Sister, Sociology Club, Registration Aide, SCDS, CAT Re- presentative, Freshman Orientation The truest ftiends are those that respect one another. 90 Judy Witty NURSING Club Canada, Big Sister, TLS and Yeshiva Seminar, Student Admissions Council, SCDS — Women in White Love peace and pursue peace, love people and draw them near to the Torah. Pirkei Avot . • " • Leah Witty ACCOUNTING Dean ' s List, Accounting Club, Big Sister, Student Admissions Council, Club Canada, Who ' s Who Among Students in Ameri- can Universities and Colleges. 91 Melissa Wohlgelernter ENGLISH PRELAW Political Science Club, Pre-Law Society, English Club, Seminar Advisor, Marcie ' s Roommate Each day is a treasure chest, it yields only what you put in it. Louise Yanofsky SPEECH AND DRAMA SCDS— Alpha Psi Omega, Best Comedy Actress in Uncommon Women and Others So on and on I go, the seconds tick away, there ' s so much left to know and I ' m on the road to find out. Brenda Adler Zirkind JUDAIC STUDIES Hamevaser — reporter, TAC, Tzedakq Committee, World Jewry Club, Big Sister Who is wise? He who learns from every man. ft RECIPE FOR FRIENDSHIP TAKE TWO HEAPING CUPS OF PATIENCE ONE HEARTFUL OF LOVE TWO HANDFULS OF GENEROSITY A DASH OF LAUGHTER ISBH ONE HEADFUL OF UNDERSTANDING SPRINKLE GENEROUSLY WITH KINDNESS AND PLENTY OF FAITH AND MIX WELL SPREAD OVER PERIOD OF A LIFETIME AND SERVE WITH EVERYBODY YOU MEET Wto m 95 Susan Alexander 2059 Donna Drive Merrick, N.Y. 11566 (516) 868-9317 Barbara Senders Ast 156-14 71st Ave. Flushing, N.Y. 11367 (212) 380-2183 Ellen Bart 905 Brentwood Lane Silver Spring, Md. 20902 (301) 649-4773 Debbie Basch 138-23 77th Ave. Flushing, N.Y. 11367 (212) 544-2311 Simone Bialowitz 30 Floral Ave. Bethpage, N.Y. 11714 (212) 532-1699 Lori Bitterman 54l7-55th Ave. So. 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Cleveland Hts., OH. 44118 (216) 321-7448 Tova Snopkovski 666 West End Ave. New York, N.Y. 10025 (212) 724-8730 Lynn Stram 3399 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, N.Y. 11210 (212) 252-1285 Allison Spero 3673 Severn Rd. Cleveland Hts., OH. 44118 (216) 371-2016 Darona Steinhorn 2443 Oceancrest Blvd. Far Rockaway, N.Y. 11691 (212) 337-6817 Esther Sussmilch 1295 E. 55th St. Brooklyn, N.Y. 11234 (212) 531-5707 105 Aviva Fox Tessler 2750 Johnson Ave. Riverdale, N.Y. 10463 (212) 796-6012 Ricki Tokayer 425 W. 44th St. Miami Beach, Fl. 33140 (305) 673-9192 Cindy Ulano 32 Ridgewood Ave. Holyoke, Ma. 01040 (413) 532-5538 Tova Ungar 1131 N. Northlake Dr. Hollywood, Fl. 33019 (305) 920-7133 Tova Weinberger 4434 N. Bay Rd. Miami Beach, Fl. 33140 (305) 538-5007 Shaindee Weisstuch l456-56th St. Brooklyn, N.Y. 11219 (212) 851-9334 106 Judy Witty 144 Clanton Park Rd. Downsview, Ont. M3H 2E7 (416) 630-8391 Leah Witty 144 Clanton Park Rd. Downsview, Ont. M3H 2E7 (416) 630-8391 Melissa Wohlgelernter 2736 Patricia Lane Bellmore, N.Y. 11710 (516) 826-2231 Louise Yanofsky 1627 James St. Merrick, N.Y. 11566 (516) 868-7285 Brenda Zirkind 1266 Teaneck, Rd. Teaneck, NJ. 07666 (201) 833-8256 Happy Days — Senior Year Richard Simons — Coach Tauber Galloping Gourmet — Sammy Klein The Untamed World — Stern College Mission Impossible — Getting this Yearbook Out One Step Beyond — Graduation 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea — The Bathrooms The Bob Newheart Show — Pearlman ' s Class Romper Room — Lab with Belling Truth or Consequences — The Dean ' s Office The Untouchables — Negiya The Family Feud— SCWSC vs. YCSC General Hospital — Women in White The Odd Couple — Beukas and Keating Trapper John M.D. — Dr. Sar Mork Mindy — Sema Mordechai To T el! The Truth — Security Guard, B. Frank TAXI— San Juan Hazel — Mrs. Milner That ' s Incredible — SCDS V Sicrn ColJeye Annual Yearbook — Kochaviah REGULAR PAGE ADS Full Page $ 135.00 1 2 Page $ 80.00 l f Page $ 60.00 1 8 Page % 40.OO 1 16 Page $ 20.00 Mease include my page(s) advertised in the Annual ' earbook, Kochavia with the text as written below: Best Wishes To the Class of ' 82 From the Kochaviah Staff Total Cost of Ad Received by Make all checks payable to Kochaviah 1982; Send or bring all ads to Business Editor - Miriam Husney in Room 11D or Barbara Gansz in 6D: Miriam Husney c o Kochavia 1982 50 East 3 th Street 11D NY, NY 10016 Uame of Advertiser Address of Advertiser Phone No Advertiser Signature Snl i citor Sign, no Mazel Tov to Reena The star in our family Who really shines out! We Love You Mom, Dad, Adina, David, Dassie, Ephraim, Shana, Huvi, Chaimel, Sheila, Miriam, Rivka, Nachi, Thea, Yonathan MAZEL TOV YAEL Upon your graduation Much love, Ima, Aba, Shelly, Tzvi, Ephraim and Rachamim Congratulations to Yael Schachter From all the O ' briens 112 To The Most Wonderful Daughter Anyone Could Hope For Esther Sussmilch Mazel Tov — What we wish for you comes from the bottom of our hearts — that you may continue your studies and future career with the same success you have achieved until now and above all may Hashem grant you with the same happiness you have given us, May we always have nachos from one another. Your Proud and Loving Mom Dad 113 ' TOM H JK I? P lel p ' j ffe jY In k 3»i ? ' Jr ' Qj rt 1js ' jdp fclc fol f -K MABRUCH TO OUR SOUTHERN YANKEE! MIRIAM With Love and hopes that good things and success will follow you All our love, Mom, Dad, Sito, Adam, Jill and Peanuts 1 1 1 jOT ' 1 7 l)j lhkfl jj i ' njiui rvmrv o JUL -? v lN ' f pin j lc 1-0 r .0 . 7 t| v p- 3 1 G ' 5 f ' M (b " r i.d-y s J i 4 " 5 jyj i )13 ' SV P lcl P ' -pffe 1 , T r jN ■j - e,ic fo l p ■j h OMi p Pk jnk.aj $ | jN-)V3pf " iGf v s)» lifts fi in ' Ujp tv 3 l -p 37-.I 7 p Ti k . " ' C P TO 75 k I Tl lc 6 , J Jc N lc ( »c 73 It Mazel Tov To Felice Bienenstock Kamlet Upon her graduation 115 Mazel Tov Claire On your graduation from Stern and your acceptance to Einstein Medical School. We wish you i good health, happiness, and the fulfillment of all v ' our dreams. Love Dad Mrs. Elly Avidor Mr. Mrs. H. Grass Mr. Mrs. J. Pecker To For preserving my sanity and insanity Aviva Fox Tessler I am eternally grateful to my roommates. Thank you Lisa and Rachel • ' V ' W if i 1 With Love, My love m Ellen My wife 1 My life 1 ■111 ri irl Best Wishes r . Wmf-- M to the Class of ' 82 Mr. Mrs. Saul I am so proud of you Love, Joel Ulano 116 MAZEL TOV TO THE CLASS OF ' 82 FROM THE OBSERVER STAFF THE OBSERVER 1 TMt Executive Board RACHEL KATSMAN Editor-in-Chief ELLEN BART Associate Editor SALLY LEE Managing Editor ESTHER STIEFEL News Editor DIANE FELDMAN Asst. News Editor LINDA OSTROW Features Editor Rachel Gross Asst. Features Editor DEENAGREENBERG Op-Ed Editor JOYCE LEMPEL Cultural Arts Editor Technical Board SIMONERUDOLER Layout Editor SANDY FRANKOVITZ Proof Editor SUSAN KAPLAN ROSALIE JOSEPH Business Managers VICKIE FERNANDEZ Photography Editor RENEEEDELMAN Exchange Editor Art Editor PHYLLIS DUBINSKY SORA RIVKA ROTH Assistants to the Editor YOU SURVIVED! The Stern College Student Council wishes the class of 1982 the best of luck in all their future endeavors! SCWSC Governing Board Arlette Loeser — President Sandy Kahn — Vice Pres. Aliza Epstein — Rec. Secretary Yocheved Pacino — Corres. Secretary Tina Senders — Treasurer Congratulations To Gail Silverman and The Class of ' 82 m m a Mom Abby Sam, Fran Josh Elly Marlene Nettie Seymour Trommer Aaron Silverman 119 Congratulations Ruth Upon your graduation Lots of luck MB fA 1 I Sv, ; | II Iff 1 Love, Mom, Dad, Yumi, Reva Lazer, Dov, Chaya, Simmy, Babie, Zadie Granny Mazel Tov to Gail Upon your graduation Love, Mom Dad Danny Ellen Toby Morris Ellen The Columbus Gang 120 To Civia Mazel Tov On your graduation We are so proud of you. Congratulations! Love Mom, Grandma, Yossi Israel, Tippy tlt= 121 To our dearest daughter Marsha Congratulations upon your Graduation and your recent marriage. We hope that you and Larry lead a life filled with health and happiness, and may we always be as proud of you as we are today. Mom and Dad 122 To our darling daugher Evelyn: MAZEL TOV upon your graduation. We hope for you, all that you wish for yourself. All our love, Mom Dad Mazel Tov Anne On your graduation from Stern, And your acceptance to N.Y. Optometry School. We wish you outstanding success in all your endeavors, and the fulfillment of all your dreams. All our Love, Mom, Dad Jay 123 Congratulations PERLA, On your graduation from Stern And your acceptance to N.Y.U. Dental School. With all our love, Family Yablonovich Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1982. Best Wishes to Elana Pruzansky From Eleven West. We wish you the very best in the future. flEVEN 11 WEST 34th STREET (212) 695-7537 NEW YORK, N.Y. 10001 124 TEL 686-7896 684-9088 Dntimats ctjcl ' ui C utting Mazel Tov 553 THIRD AVENUE (BET 36TH A 37TK STS 1 NEW YORK CITY Sherelle On your Graduation from Stern and acceptance to Einstein Dearest Joycee All our Love Mom, Dad, Larry and Steven May G-d bless and keep you always, May your wishes all come true. May you always do for others, And let others do for you. May you build a ladder to the stars. And climb on every rung — And may you stay forever young. Bob Dylan With Much love, Mom Dad, Esther Morty, Shaya, Gila Ruthie Heshie, Melissa, Kara, Jamie Allen Melind-Jared, Choomy, Carol Herbie 532-0578 725-9053 45 EAST 34th STREET SECOND FLOOR NEW YORK, N.Y. 10016 125 Congratulations and Mazel Tov To our darling daughter Toby (Tova) Snopkovski Upon her GRADUATION May you continue to learn and grow Your loving family: Yehuda and Mom, Grandmothers Chana Malka, Brothers Shai and Tsvika To my favorite sister Toby (Tova) Shopkovski Congratulations on your graduation with lots of love your brother Tsvika Best Wishes to My favorite Niece Bleem On her graduation Love, Uncle Kalman 1 26 t= h i n tql You light up our lives Mazel Tov From those to whom you mean the most. Mommy, Daddy, Ellen Naomi Sharon, Sammy Ari Zayda Grandma Aunt Florence Uncle Dave Naftali, Eliezer, Sholom Miriam Aunt Sally Uncle Joel Rena, Naomi, David Surreys 127 In memory of an outstanding lady, mother, friend, lover of Judaism, with outstanding warmth and personality. EDITH ROSEN By her friends. 128 129 Dearest Linda. You love, you care, you persevere, you share; A credit and a blessing to your family, friends and community; Obstacles in your path have only been challenges that helped you grow and blossom into a beautiful human being. May G-d grant you the nachas in life that you deserve and have earned. With loving devotion, Your Family Mommy Lois Grandma Grandpa Aunt Millie Uncle Beryl Aunt Celia Uncle Solly Cathi Alan, Ethan Rena 130 Bags, Belts, Baggage Boutique 120 East 34th St. New York, N.Y. 10016 LAMSTONS YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR Congratulations Linda, on your graduation. With Love, The folks on Pecan Grove Lane Kathy Gene Horner, Gene, Katie Lindsay Mazel Tov To our dear niece " Marcie Oxman " on her graduation! Love, Aunt Lottie Uncle Nat CONGRATULATIONS TO LINDA OSTROW ON HER GRADUATION! The Wruble Family Uncle Larry and Aunt Diane Steve, Lisa and Gary $m0 m 131 Mazel Tov to our dear daughter sister SHARI Hope she has loads of good luck, good health and happiness in the future. Also we wish her Alan a long happy life together. Love, Mommy, Daddy, Karen Harold 132 MAZEL TOV To The Class of 1982 Flash Kosher Pizza $ Falafel 3702 Riverdale Avenue Bronx, New York 10463 (212) 543-1811 featuring Israeli Italian specialties sandwiches salads Open Saturday Nights ' til 2 am J ?ts -? Jl£ 133 PHONE MU 9-3629 BEST WISHES FROM BONNE CLEANERS, Ltd. FOR QUALITY SERVICE 56 EAST 34TH STREET BET. PARK MADISON AVES. WILLIAM KREMER NEW YORK; N.Y. 10016 Independence Savings Bank Salutes Stern College! Congratulations to the graduating class of 198J! INDEPENDENCE SAVINGS BANK 130 COURT STREET BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 11202 Independence Savings Bank corner Lexington and 34th St. 4- Is, EAST SIDE LOVE " Discount Health and Beauty Aids " We Specialize In — REDKEN NEXUS LANCOMBE ELIZABETH ARDEN GEFDEN 47 E. 34th St. NYC 10016 212—385-3850 EMPRESS TRAVEL 4 PARK AVENUE 689-6626 Just Around the Corner of 34th Street Low Cost Charter Trips to Israel Authorized Agency for all Airlines 135 MAZEL TOV TOVA, EMMA AND THE CLASS OF ' 82 2 A Tke Original Jerusalem MOVED TO A NEW LOCATION Our New Gigantic Store with a 200 Seating Capacity Located at 1375 BROADWAY (Bet 37th and ssth sts ) N.Y.C. 10018 Phone (212) 398-1475 NEW YORK CITY BROADWAYS JERUSALEM 2 KOSHER CHOLOV YSROEL PIZZA and FALAFEL EGGPLANT PARMIGIAN A - BAKED ZITI CHUMOS-TAHINI BAGAGANOUCH TUNA SALAD EGG SALAD CREAM CHEESE and SCALLIONS AMERICAN ISRAELI PLATTERS and SANDWICHES Sandwiches Served on Pita Bread or Rolls Supervised by VAAD HARABONIN of Flatbush We Use Only AHOLAM Cheese on Our Pizza Located in the Heart of the Garment Center STORE HOURS: Saturday Night: 1 Hr. after Sundown to 2 A.M. Monday: 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Wednesday: 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Sunday: 11 A.M. to 10 P.M. Tuesday: 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Thursday: 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Friday: 8 A.M. to 1 ] 2 Hrs. before Sundown WE CATER TO ALL OCCASIONS WE CATER TO ALL OCCASIONS In Honor of Joyce Lempel Compliments of the ATLANTIC BANK OF NEW YORK Congratulations Best Wishes To All the Graduates Thanks for All your Help, TORAH Activities Committee of Stern College Best of Luck to Susan Kaplan KAPLAN SCHULTZ Certified Public Accountants Mitchell Kaplan Eleven Park Placa 212 964 1800 New York, NY. 10007 In Honor of Joyce Lempel r John Pecorella y Fur Designers yS New York yS Samuel NY. Bauer yS and Sons, Inc. yr 145 W. 29th Street r New York, New York 137 Dear Pesha Leeba (Phyllis Louise), MAZEL TOV to the first Dubitsky college graduate. You ' re setting a great precedent. With all the love, luck and wishes we could ever give. Love, Hugs Kisses, Mom Dad, Diana, Debra and Grandma. To Our Pammy, Mazel Tov to you on your graduation. May we always have Nachas and Simcha. Love Always, Mom, Dad, Irwin, Grandma Gussie, Iris, Stuie, D.N., M.E.. Baby, Aunt Ida Uncle Joel 138 Congratulations to our Darling Reva All our love and very best wishes for health, happiness, and success in all your endeavors! Mom, Dad and Yosef Bubbie Zadie Joey The Hulk Owers Uncle Vel and Aunt Joann Jonny, Kathy, Bitty, Bonnie Jean and Sugar Ray Uncle Ben and Aunt Regi Dafna, Adina and Judah 139 MAZEL TOV— Chava on your graduation with love, Buddie Zadie Pachino Tova, Zev Chananel Bubbie Zadie Danoff Dina Yochi Mommy Daddy im Ta To Our Dearest Barbara May you always have much Happiness, Health and Success in all your future Endeavors! With All Our Love, Mom Dad Simmy Avi Grandpa Grandma Lauer Congratulations Lynn and the class of ' 82 Compliments of the Marabee Sign Company, Toledo, Ohio Alec Elaine Stram Love, Mom, Dad and the Boys 141 Mazel Tov Best Wishes to Our dear dear daughter sister Shaindee upon your graduation May we continue to see much nachos from you. With all our love, Mommy Daddy Joey Rochelle Congratulations Lori s f " X on your graduation and Best of luck in all your endeavors. All our Love, J Don, Vicky f and f Gregory To Our Darling Daughter and sister Lori with All our love, t • jw5j y h Mommy, Daddy, Judy and Fang , Sandy 1 ' rdTxC .. . . x To Lori, ' d ' T« +r -lay ■ » . V i ' l z - I Good luck in all you do. Love, Bubby (J i 143 To Our Daughter Marcie Oxman, May this be the beginning of a life or eood health, good luck and much happiness. Mazel Toy— We Love You. Mom and Dad Dear Simone, Congratulations on vour graduation. Wishing vou a life filled with success and happiness always. We are so proud of vou! All our love. Mommy, Dadcv. Sue. Jeffrey. Evelyn. Joseph. Michael. Grandma. Lidia. Jack. Dannv. Elan and Gil. To My Dearest Marcy, Best Wishes on your graduation. Love Alwavs. Ofer Mazel Tov To Our Dear Niece Marcy Oxman Our Best Wishes Always in all ways! Love. Uncle Milton, Aunt Millie, and family Dear Wendy, Congratulations R.N " . Love. Mommy Congratulations and Best Wishes To Our Daughter Robin upon her graduation Love Always. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Deutsch and family 14 5 m im To ARLETTE LOESER Compliments of Bert and Marcy Kalisher 147 For r jL- Ellen, X yS |JJ Mazel Tov to an unusual daughter j 3))yj) ' jiinU and sister from an extremely did sow proud tamily. Love, o ' r " J ' Mom, Dad, Jonathan, David r ' j»w t4 ' 3 . and Elan r Q , o.m-, j r-ifi ™ po r 3 ?S Lt ' ' yS f ' fikl P ' ); ? To the In honor of our beloved granddaughter XARAJETAS " Meirah Borstein Simone and Susan The BEST of your years at Mazel Tov on your Stetn are over, so come graduation back to the world and All our Love, enjoy! Rev. and Mrs. Dear P au ' Borstein MAZEL Lots of Luck , TOV With Love, Tova, Michelle To our daughter Mazel BLEEM Tov on your graduation. We are very proud Best of luck of you! in the future Love, Love, Marc Mom and Dad Dear Rena, May you achieve the goals you are striving for. Hope your parents receive the happiness they justly deserve through your efforts. Good Health and Good Luck always. Love, Aunt Minnie and Uncle Nat 149 A +2-3. + 4 5 To Our Mazel Tov wishes upon your beginning as an accountant. Love from all of Mr. Mrs. Sam Praw and Henry Mr. Mrs. Eddie Herbst Dina Mr. Mrs. Hillel Kellerman Naomi Mrs. Sara Praw Judy no %(o+7%£ Praw your graduation and us in Los Angeles Mr. Mrs. Rudolph Kauders Mr. Mrs. Karl Newman Dr. Saul Newman Michelle Newman : i 151 MAZELTOVTO LEEBA May all your future endeavors be successful and happy. All our love, Abba, Ima, Reena, Eli. Nissan, Eleanor, and Eli David MAZEL TOV to Sandra and the Class of ' 82 Love, Mom, Dad, Mona, Shelley and Francine. Mazel Tov to my granddaughter Sandra and the graduating class. Mrs. Lena Frankovitz Wishing you much luck upon your graduation Sandra Mr. Mrs. Bernard Frankovitz Mazel Tov to my niece Cindy and the rest of the Class of 1982 Frances Cohen To My Niece Cindy May you continue to seek knowledge and understanding all the days of your life. Your Loving Aunt Rose Mazel Tov to Our Dearest Melissa May the future bring a life in which your desires shall be fulfilled. With all our love. Mom, Dad, Debra and Jeffrey Grandpa, Aunty Jane, Uncle Billy- Linda and Liz 152 To My Baby Sister BLEEM Congratulations and Good Luck Love, Reuven 153 To Our Daughter, Granddaughter, Sister and Aunt Sheera Michael Good luck in all that you do. With Love, Mom, Dad, Grandma, Brothers and Sisters, Nephews and Nieces 154 Congratulations to Jewel Cleeman Upon her college graduation Love, Dad, Mom Raymond, Michael, Edmond 155 Dear Linda, Well? 4 years have passed and we ' re as close as ever. Who would have thought we ' d be so close after our first meeting freshman year . . . Just goes to show you never know. I ' ll never forget the past four years, they ' ve been filled with plenty of memories . . . Take care and remember I love you — no matter what the future brings, or where it takes us. Love Always, Tova Congratulations Tova With love from your other family — Renee, Herbie, Shmueli and Elie Dear Tova ( " Toe-Toe " , " Fred " ) Well, we see that you finally made it. We all had our doubts sometimes, but we always felt you had what it takes to succeed From your first words ( " It ' s mine! " ) to your most frequent ( " Aharon, just leave me alone . . . " ), you always stayed in there and fought it out. We salute you for getting through the last four years and commend you for having a good time. Welcome to the real world now, where your education really begins. Hang -in there, you can do it. Just remember, we love you. Love, Mom, Dad, Aharon, Donn. Elana, Bubbie, Grandma, Grandpa, Aunt Dina, Uncle Israel and family, Uncle Joe, Aunt Shirley and Family and Robby Dear Mom, Dad, Aharon, Donn Elana, What can I say besides THANK YOU. Throughout my four years of college, ya ' ll have always been with me through the good and the bad. Thanx for everything. I love you all, Tova 156 To Our Chavela ( e n wr) We are so proud of you! It is hard to believe that you have graduated college! We hope and pray that you will have a happy, fulfilling and successful future. With all our love, Mommy and Daddy, Fred and Linda 157 In Honor of our Beloved Tova and her classmates Upon reaching this milestone in their lives Love, Aba, Ima, Debby, Mike, Aaron, Opi, Yehoshua. 158 Congratulations to Susan and her classmates upon their graduation. We wish you all happiness and continued success. With All Our Love, Mommy, Daddy, Neal, Michael 159 To a graduate unlike all others From her mother, father, sister brothers We ' re glad to finally see this day You ' ve brought us so much nachus in a most special way. From Montreal Quebec we send you a Mazel Tov with our best wishes a greal deal of love So to our dear BONNIE we wish you lots of fun For the next part of your year life has only just begun. With Love Anita David Miller Robin, Binah, Elly Avi Sarale 161 Mazel Tov to my granddaughter Mazel Tov and Best Wishes Libby Bramson to our daughter Emanuel Libby Bramson on your graduation Emanuel May you go and all our graduates o n a ui n N Zaidu Lewko " v Mazel Tov to our Sister yS . Libby S v yS To our baby v and her classmates S W 1 Barb Mazel Tov s. Renee and Mayer yr Congratulations on your to . Weinstein yS Graduation. AhAVa C nlHm n Wishing you health, " VnaVd UOIUman r happiness and Mazel jr . in the future years yr v to come graTanon S XittX Esther . y % Shaindee Reuven yr Ben Sira said, " One who finds a faithful y ' friend has found a treasure — if this is true v Georgia s then I am truly wealthy s. yr The wish that you most long for, the dream yS you hold most dear, believe it true; it will come S. y to you, within the future years v y Mazel Tov with love, Ronni v HARTZ MOUNTAIN CORP. 163 Mazel Toy and Best Wishes to liana Leifer Gross upon her graduation from vour loving Uncle - To To Bonnie Miller: Mommy S Daddy Thank vou for being vou! Happiness is having a friend Like vou Best Wishes Alwavs Love — Judy Praw To Bleem § Reena, Love Alwavs. your daughter JUJU Roomies we ' ve been for two years, but friends we ' ll be forever. Congratulations Love- Jiidsky Mv Dearest Barbara, One must value each degree which one receives. A Bachelor ' s is important for it lavs a groundwork of knowledge. A Waster ' s is special for it shows you have become an expert in a particular field. But no matter how many degrees you receive in life, there is one degree which you have excelled beyond all expectation. That degree vou received last September th. Congratulations! Love Always. Marry- - With great delight and much love, we congratulate our dear SARA R. LAMM who has now added scholarly attainment to her endeavors of vibrant personalit y and generous character Mom Rivkie Dad Shalom Chaye Bracha David - Baba Tova Yonina Zeida ■ Josh Aunt Minnie Aunt Pauline 166 Dear Bleemu Juju It seems weird to think about not living with either of you next year. I can ' t begin to tell you how much I will miss you. Thank you both for a wonderful year. There is so much to recall from disco nights in the room to pigging out, to just sitting around and talking all night. I don ' t feel it necessary to tell you why I love you both so much (I think you know). But I think I ' m very lucky to have you two as my best friends! Thank you for always being there. Love Reena (the other roomie) P.S. Thanks for correcting my spelling errors. To R. G. August 22nd is only the beginning of the love and happiness you both deserve. Wishing you the best as you share your life and all your dreams. B. THANK YOU To my roommates, Judy and Reena, who were patient with me even if I had to stay up all night because of yearbook. To Barbara, who let me use her apartment and her talents for yearbook work. To Mrs. Winter and Mrs. Zuroff, who advised and helped me throughout the year. To Ed Thornton, who did an excellent job with photography. To Tom Swift, our yearbook advisor who was always there when I needed him. To my staff, who worked extra hard all the time. And to Steve, who almost always was understanding when yearbook took up most of my time. Sincerely Bleem Gancz — Editor-in-Chief 167 ::■■ ■ . pr ■ ' . . %hr ! , ”
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