Thomas Jefferson High School - Aurora Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)
- Class of 1959
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4 "Mr. Cohen, pray give us the facts about the case," said Holmes
At this milestone in your lives, it is customary to look
back over the paths you have followed, and then to look
into the future, to plan for the road ahead.
Although no one can presume to predict, there can be
little doubt that you will be privileged to live through an
era of tremendous change. History has shown that although
such eras often try menls souls, they also produce great
leaders and tremendous advances in human culture and
During these last years, your teachers at Jefferson have
tried to prepare you for the challenge ahead. XVe hope you
have acquired a love for your fellow man, and a sincere
desire to work unselfishly for the benefit of all humanity.
As you leave us to join the growing army of Jefferson
alumni who are striving to build a better tomorrow, you
take with you the hopes and the good wishes of all your
May the years bring us only glad tidings from each of
I know nothing about the disappearance of the school seal, or its
whereabouts, but perhaps Mrs. Highberger, Mr. Muldorf or possibly
Mr Levine can aid you," replied Mr. Cohen.
I I ITRATIO
I must go hack to jefferson again, to that wonderful time of my life,
And all I ask is a clay to spend thc-rc, free from worry and strifeg
Back to FI'lt'I'lflSlll1J ancl thc- desire for knowlcrlgc, and thc youthful dreams
The dreams that jc-tlcrson molded, and iinhcclclc-cl within our souls-
I must go hack to jefferson again, to tlw noisy halls ancl stairs,
To the Warmth ancl thc crowcls and tlw lauglitcr, that flustroyccl all fcars
And all I ask is one short clay with my tcachcrs, my fricncls, my school,
To livc again through lovc and kinclncss, man's most valucd tool.
I must go hack to Jeifcrson again, for it beckons like an ocean ticlc,
A call of warmth and happiness that cannot hc denied.
And all I ask is one more clay within the halls of jefferson High,
And the memory of that hvloyecl clay will linger till I dic.
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On consulting these three administrators, we learned little more, ex
6 cept that the seal had last been seen in January.
Hay I express my uppreciution to you for huying chosen me to address you
on this. your graduation duy. All of you ure uwure thut this is it duy which you will
rememher for the rest of your liyes. A duy thut is filled with such excitement
might leuye little time for quiet thought. hut I would like to share with you some
reflections on the significunce of this time.
Graduating from High School is hoth u heginning and un end. For niuny it
is the end of it way of life thut hus heen theirs for twelye yeurs. The close friend-
ships formed. the shared experiences, the feeling of ht-longing und liuying to he
accounted for in ti large hut xery friendly school. ull this will end. For those of
you who will continue your schooling. High School duys will forever cull to mind
happy Clays of youtll and iI'1Iioct'lict'.
But this day represents it heginning for ull of you. New und greater respon-
sibilities face you. decisions affecting it lifetime will have to he made. and greatest
of all, the opportunity for fulfillment us un indiyiduul uwuits you. The challenges
In confronting these chullenges. let tolerance he your constant coinpaniong
recognize that honesty and integrity cannot he comprornisedg realize that educa-
tion is a never-ending processg he aware that acquisition of material goods is not
the key to happiness, hut that service to your fellow mun. to your community, and
to your nation offers much greater personal rewards.
Good luck to all of you.
Well, Watson, what do you make of it?". .
Through the halls we wandered, in and out of rooms, up the
up starrways and down the "down" stairways. "Do you
member when we first saw that beautiful little senior?" l
asked The fair sex is your department," Holmes retorted.
be we of flze
The time-the seventh period, the place-jeffeie
son, U.S.A. tit eouldnlt happen anywhere elsel, spe-
cifically-the boys' gym. At the moment one hundred
odd tand I mean oddj adolescents are pursuing has-
kethall, volleyball, or ping pong or are just standing
around and Indian Wrestling. Suddenly the bell
rings. All immediately make haste toward the locker
room, some running and others quietly sneaking out.
However, the teacher blows his whistle and
tells all for Whom the hell tolls with a booming "The
hell is for me and not for you.l'He then motions every-
one to his spot. A lecture then follows which ranges
from an appeal for tardy dental notes to a reprimand for the lad who is
wearing a Mad T Shirt instead of an oflicial jefferson uniform, whatever
that is. At last the class is allowed to change.
By this time the late bell is long gone. Four minutes, five hurled
sneakers, and three broken combs later, everyone is set to go. Of course,
the gym is on the ground floor and as fate would have it, our herols Cnot
the one with the Mad shirt, the one who Wanted to be excused because of
his triple hairline fracturej next class is Chemistry, which is on the fifth.
After breaking the worldis indoor record for the five story dash, uphill, Mr.
jefferson arrives hreathlessly in class and staggers toward the general
direction of his seat.
As luck would have it, teacher is alert today and cahny spying our
hero from behind his Bunsen Burner inquires as to what kept him and
would he please get a late pass. As he stumbles out of the room our harried
Warrior wonders if this really is the best of all possible words and if he should
have carried out his previous threat to transfer to Tilden.
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farce. Everything Qexcept uaniesl was changed to protect the norinal. Any
siinilarity to absolutely anything-"pull llp a couch, buddy, youlre a sick
S125 ASI. The student patrollers were working the first shift. Suddenly
the building shook. It was tl1e chiefs yoice. "XVant 111c, Mr. Lapidus'?'i, I
answered the call. 'iYeah. just got a report from the Bio lab. Tell her about
it. Captains Sheila Kanowitz and Martin Nlendelsolnif' 'iXVe've got a big
case." Fred Altschuler spoke up, "The Bio class dissected frogs today, and
o11e slimy green leg left the room without a pass. Your job-find itlv' "But
a student patroller's job is to sit on a post and check to see that students
haye passes. XYe'ye never worked with frog legs before." 'iThe lab is counting
on youf- warned Leonard Schindler and Ierry Geier. i'But where do I go?
"XYhere would X011 go if YOII were an a1np11tated leg?" asked Capt. David
I checked the infirinary and just as I suspected-bandages were gone.
This was no longer a niere l'lll1llXVZ1y caseg it had become a "bandage robbery."
I heard screaming, then cryi11g COll'lll1g from the fifth floor. Might be a
leadl I flew up the steps, threw open the door and heard the sobbing.
Wrong easel just a girl who passed her first test. Subject-geometry.
Then it hit nie. iThe falling plaster canie through klgilllld I went to
the lab and I saw it: a table full of bandaged frog legs. I played a h1111cl1 and
I was right.
1 UNO matter where frogs' legs inay roani.
They always return to the lah, their hoinelnj
Trial was held i11 Dept, Science in and for the sectio11 of East New
York, borough Brooklyn. I was found guilty of annoying the science depart-
ment and was sentenced to anotlier terin of checking passes o11 the student
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lt is an Ancient Senior
And he stops a new Freshie
'tliy thy long drawn face and glittering eye
Now wherefore stopp'st thou me?"
"jc-llerson's doors are open Wide
They're there to let me in
The students met, the school is setg
Cans't thou hear the classroom din?"
He holds him with a knowing eye
The Freshie now stood still,
And listens like a three year child
The Senior hath his will.
The hell has rung, the school halls cleared.
Nlerrily the students Hew,
Past the ottice, past each room
Past the teachers too.
The Freshie, he turns his face
Yet he cannot choose hut hear
And thus spake on, that Ancient Klan
Now in his Senior Year.
And now he told how late he was
To every class head had.
And thus he told his tale of woe
To this young eager lad.
'Uh Freshman! This soul hath heen
Late eyen to a Regents Class.
So late I was, that I myself
Saw no Way l could passl
"Sweeter than the graduation.
T'is sweeter tar to me
To walk in on time to eyery class.
XVith a goodly company
"Oh a ,left S.P. taught me well
To get to my class early.
And forced me to tell my tale
And only then he lelt me tree.
ulfarewell, lkarexyell, hut this l tell
To thee, thou lfreshuian hoy
llc passeth well, who goeth early
To eyery class with ioyf'
The Senior whose eye is hright,
And came late neyer more
ls egoneg and now the young Freshman
Turned quickly to his classroom door.
lle went like one who hath heen stunned
And is ot sense forlorn
A sadder and a wiser Freshie,
lle rose the morrow morn.
QUR E IOR TEACHER
Four years have swiftly passed us hy.
And we are leaving old .lellerson High.
XYe extend to you, teachers, our appreciation,
For adding a ehapter to our education.
On many occasions we argued. it's true.
It was only because we worried aliout you.
Like the times you said. "Test" and we said "Noi"
XVe thought only of your marking, papers, you know.
Or the times we forgot homework. you lieeame mad,
You had less to eorreet. we thought you'd he glad.
Youll miss our kindnesses. hut try' not to fret.
Previous students like us. you are soon hound to get.
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From left to right, front fUlL'.' Nlrs. Nordell, Nliss Wlirtli. Xlrs. Gilhert, Mrs. Sehor.
Mrs. Roth, Mrs. Lasker, Mrs. Solow. Buck row: Nlr. jahin. Xlr. Fenton, Mr. Beek-
man, Mr. Hecht, Mr. Amienherg.
Missing: Mrs. Gallagher, Nliss Xlillson. Nliss Sarquis. Xlr. Beekenstein, Mr.
Drucker, Mr. Pfeffer.
Little did we realize, however, how important she would be to us . .
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THE HAPPIE T DAY
Bright faces are gleaming, proud parents are beaming, and hundreds
of vibrant voices are re-echoing tones of joyful laughter. All because it's
graduation day, and "youu are graduating.
But why aren't you laughing? And why do you feel so tense? Perhaps
itls that noise, that dreadful, rhythmic, repetitions beat that keeps pounding
in your ears. G-d, what is it? Then, for a moment, reality, you realize that
it's the sound of your heart palpitating with such abnormal intensity. And
once again your head is swimming. XVhat is happening to you? How will you
ever get your diploma?
Suddenly, all noises fade into the distance and you,re all alone, and
It seems as if it were only yesterday and you were starting out in
elementary school, but 12 years have already passed. You hadnit a problem
in the world then, except perhaps, the task of choosing whether to play
ball or to ride your tricycle after school. Many of your actions were silly,
but excusable, because you were only a kid.
Then you reached the higher grades and just couldn,t wait to grow
up--to be a teenager. To have funl Teenage life did consist of that fun you
longed to have, but it was also a blend of the problems of adolescence you
hadn't anticipated. Your pranks were criticized, yet understood, because
you were at that in-between stage. Strong was your desire to grow older,
as was your goal to be graduated from high school. XV ell, the time has come,
and youire afraid!
Suddenly, the sound of music breaks your period of silence. The noises
of the crowd seem to return, too, and you realize that you are no longer
alone. You're in a world with millions of people who expect you to face
responsibility, make decisions, and react with decorum to all arising situa-
tions. You know now that living won't be a 'gbed of roses," but your education
has, both directly and indirectly, helped to prepare you for the future and
now you must hope for the best.
All around you happy faces are glowing, and before you know it
some of the radiance seems to be passed on to you. You find yourself proudly
smiling, and you know, uthis is your graduation day."
"You finally made it, kid! You're all grown uplu
By 11:00, we were well on our way to a solution. We had gathered
many bits of information from cooperative teachers and had narrowed
down the search considerably.
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XYell, the big day is here . . . I thought it would never eome . . . YM
FINALLY GRADUATING . . . All those tiresome rehearsals I went through
. . . hope it all goes off okay .... This gown is so long I should have taken it
a size smaller .... My hair looks a mess. . . what a waste of money. . . .I
could have done just as badly myself. . .Wish We wore caps so my hair
wouldnt show .... The people are beginning to take their seats .... Gee,
the stage looks beautiful .... But thatis what I paid for .... These days it
costs a lot to graduate .... My hands are shaking, I sure am nervous .... This
gown is so long .... I hope I donit fall flat on my face . . . the band is tuning
up . . . the march is beginning . . . here We go . . . everybody upstraight,
heads high .... I feel like Iim a trained monkey . . . no more of this tomorrow.
. . . Iim finally on my own ..,. I wonder where my folks are sitting .... Oh,
I see them . . . my mother is crying-my father is sound asleep . . . sure hope
he doesnt snore .... I'd never live it down .... I dont see my kid brother.
. . . XYonder what hes up to .... There goes the valedietorian to give her
speech . . . hope it isnt too long . . . these seats are uncomfortable . . . it
sure is late, the speeches are all over .... The band is beginning to play
the school alma mater '... the graduates are all standing .... I feel the tears
coming to my eyes .... I'm going to miss JEFF ..,. I had some fine times
there, THREE VVONDEHFUL YEARS - - -
Lift your banners, lift them skyyvard
Loud our song renew
jefferson, our alma mater,
The orange and the blue.
Mrs. Fox volunteered the information that she had last seen the great
seal somewhere on the second floor.
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THE U PPEA E
Everyone in our school majors in the same subject-lunch. The surge
of interest in gastronomy can be attributed to the fact that this subject
complements one's knowledge of almost any field of human endeavor, from
psychology to physics. Besides, it affords the opportunity to fill one's tank
before starting out on the long hard road to the remainder of the dayis
Lunch is a very extraordinary subject. It has an unusual course of study
with a special type of subject matter-food. Everyone is required to take
lunch although few will become professional eaters upon graduation from
high school. Even if you are quite familiar with the subject matter Cand we
have been exposed to it from early childhoodj we are not given advanced
standing. XVe must do well in it-that is, We must never have an unfavorable
notation made of our lunchroom behavior-yet no recognition is given to
those who do well in the subject. In fact, one does not even have to absorb
the subject matter in order to pass.
The lunch period holds a significant place in our program because most
people hold that, without exception, it is misplaced. This is a delusion.
While you think that you were given lunch after gym to annoy you, the
Program Committee was taking into consideration those with bad appetites.
The climb from the main floor to the cafeteria is quite invigorating. Many
complain of having gym directly after lunch because it makes them nauseous
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weight. If the oyer-weight are constantly reminded of the
unfayorahle consequences of eating, they will refrain from
doing so. Other pupils are not contented with their lunch
period hecause it either precedes or follows a sulmject which
produces a species of stomach hutterffy hy exposure to gory
pictures or upsetting smells, such as in hiology or chemistry.
These people apparently do not realize that our faculty is
trying to deyelop in usa mental and physical control that will
remain with us in adulthood.
ln spite ofthe complaints, lunch remains an exceedingly
popular suhjeet. The popularity can he attrihuted to the faet
that more goes on. that is of interest to more people, in less
time and in a more limited space than can possihly he ae-
counted for scientifically. Take an ideal lunehrooin situation,
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radius of thirty yards from this tahle there is not another
tahle with more than two or three people. Interesting
characters are to he seen in any section of the lunch-
room, howexer. lnyariahly, there is the optimist who
attempts to do homework when someone is hatting him
oyer the head with an American History text hecause
his shoe has slipped under his tahle fthe Lord knows
howl. Such a situation ahsorhs the amateur psychol-
ogist. Next to him. two amateur physicists are trying
to get rid of a penny hy making it stick on the ceiling.
One throws it up, while the other fields it. After a few
unsuccessful shots, the fielder misses it and the penny
rolls underneath a tahle. An amliitious student fam-
hitious hecause he takes the initiative and gathers the
strength to pick up something from the floorj prods
his friend and they start a game of penny foothall.
After scoring the first goal he ukicksu. The kick flies
wide and lands in someone's chow mein. The chow mein
enthusiast hecomes angry at this intrusion, hites off the
end of his straw wrapper and hlows through the hole
in the hope of hitting the gny-witli-the-had-aim in the
eye. The wrapper flies high and wide and lands perma-
nently on the ceiling to the amazement of the two hoys
who had the penny. Such is lunchroom life.
Years from now, indulgent in our affluence, we will
dine in high-class restaurants with white tahlecloths,
suhdued light, and all-inclusive menus. Then, with a
loved one across thc tahle, her features enhanced hy the
flickering of the candlelight and with gypsy violins
strumming in the hackground, we will reflect upon our
younger days. Will we ever realize that we received
our epicurean start in the Thomas jefferson High School
The C1156 0 Q
THE FACE I
How many times have you heard folks refer to the adage.
i'It takes all kinds", in reference to an odd or unusual individual.
The adage is certainly a true one. It does take all kinds to con-
stitute a family, a school, a community or the world. Never let
it he said that jefferson is an exception to this rule. In fact jeff
is a perfect example of its application. In Thomas jefferson High
School we have all and every kind, different sizes. shapes and
temperaments. If you are not convinced perhaps you'd he willing
to allow me to guide you through the hallways of jeff. That is if
you think you can take it.
XVell here we are on the first floor. It's awfully early. not
many kids here yet. Oh, here he comes. You can always count
4. on him to he the first one in school. The darling of honor school.
Aristals sweetheart, 'intellectual Irvingn. This is the hoy who
not only meniorizes the encyclopedia, he writes his own. VVe shouldnt rib Irving
too much this weekg its heen tough for him. Only QS in solid geometry 97 in
Latin and yesterday with S4 in physics. Well, that was the straw that hroke the
camels hack. C'mon, let's go to the second floor.
Ah, here we are on the second floor, the home of the extra-curricular bulletin
hoards especially formulated to let the activity minded student know what is
going on. Iley, watch out, duck! Qswoooshl-fthis happens every time.l There
she goes, pinning a notice on every bulletin hoard. This is "extra-eurricular
Carol". She's President of the Hostess Cluh, Vice-President of S.C.A.I. and Captain
of The Cheerleaders. Carol is the girl who has more cluhs than suhject classes.
Hey. look over therel guess who? thats it. uDrihhling Donald". This is the
All-American athletically inclined sweetheart of the cheerleader set. He canlt
get it through his mind that the five floors of jefferson High are not just extensions
of the gym in the hasement. On the first floor he gets his foothall practice tackling
everyone foolish enough to he on the field at that time. On the second floor he
drihhlcs his way to class. On thc third Hoor hc tcsts his track-running ability,
completing thc cntirc tloor in record timc. Funny thing, though, he nsvcr gcts
to his class on time.
Huw. do you smcll salaini or is it tuna fish?
Xl'hat did you say? "lt's only thc sccond pcriod,
the lunch room isnt opcn yctf' That makcs no
dittcrcncc to our hclovcd tricnd 'Nihhling
Nora." Thcrc she is, sandwich in onc hand.
candy' har in thc othcr. You can hc surc hcr
pursc is ladcn with goodies ot all sorts to tidc
her through till lunch pcriod, And when the
tcachcr looks around in Eco wondcring whcrc
that strangc ccllophanc noisc is coming from
you can count on Nora.
Ah. hcrc wc arc on tht- fifth and last floor,
XYhat did you say? "Thcrc's a radio with music
on soincwhcrc." A radio in Alcitl XYhat do wc
nccd a radio tor? wc have morc than an aniplc
amount of musical ahility. And hcrc conics
the lcadcr of thcni all, commonly known as
"Singing Samuclfi This is thc hoy who kveps
all tht- students entcrtaincd in thc halls with
his rock and roll sonas. And that takc oft on
Elvis. man its wild. Howcvcr. for tcachcrs in
a suhjcct class it docs get annoying to haw
Elvis. singing at thc opcning of thc Civil XYar.
XX'cll, l Qucss youw c sccn cnongh to Qct a
Licncral idca of our interesting and, shall wc
sav. varicd stndcnt hotly. Xthat did you say?
'iTlrcy"rc an nnnsnal groupfl XYcll inayhc thcy'
are. hut you know what thcy' always say.
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F I AL PROBLEM
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Is this a Regents which I see before me,
the questions towards my face?
Come, let me clutch thee. VVill I pass?
I know not, yet I see thee still.
Art thou not, fatal enemy, harsh unto my grades
as unto my feelings?
Ur art thou but a misery to the Il1II1Ll,
a horrible creation that proceeclecl from
The brilliant teachers' brains.
Thou temp'st me to use a gyp sheet and
Such an instrument Ill like to use.
My intelligence is made a fool of by
The others, for look at all the rest.
The room is still and on my paper,
Answerless questions, which was never so before.
Thou art a terrible
Thing whose contents bring one thought only
to my mind, now half which is
NVorking. And to my tired brains my answers
seem dead, and wicked
Dreams abuse these torturous hours.
The faculty celebrates.
Thou sure and firm-set heaven, hear my prayers,
which way they walk, for I
Fear this exam will determine my whereabouts.
I beg you, take the present
Horror from mine eyes. WVhile my soul dies.
my teachers happily lives
And feelings of anguish my heart gives.
I go and it is done: The bell invites me.
But lack of time made it to be
A knell, that summons me to heaven tgracluationj
or to hell fnot gracluatingj.
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THE PI IK CARD
I walked into jefferson and I did frown,
For all of the stairways were marked UP and DOXVN.
I followed all rules and did not try,
Even after three years, them to defy.
I trod through the stairways. each day for three years,
And always gave heed to the signs of my peers.
I followed all rules, but then came the day,
VVhen a stairway marked DOXVN was to cause my dismay
I cautiously climbed as the kids ran right past me,
A big guy came by and he wanted to blast me.
I ,got to the top and lo and behold,
A teacher was waiting, month open to scold.
"Get down to the bottom." I heard him scream and cry
I felt like a fool and I wanted to die.
I was quite embarrassed and counted to ten.
But when he wasnit looking I tried it again.
I almost succeeded, but when I reached the top stair,
He called np to me but I didnt care.
So he screamed and yelled,
And he didnit let me speak,
His reign was soon over ,...
I CRADUATED THAT VVEEKY
We rang the bell for the elevator and after a five-minute wait got to
the second floor.
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THE FADI ORY
It's 1959, and were graduating from High Schooll How very mature
we all feel for our age. Not as old as our 'ipractically ancient? parents and
teachers, of course, but very grown-up indeed. NVe now look back at our
'cchildishw years and recall uthose good old days? in kindergarten when we
were young. But, in 20 years from now, we'll look back and reminisce in
the very same sentimental way about our ujuvenilei' days in high school.
And will we remember all those tests? Boy, did we put in hours of
study and preparation Qto place all those long test answers on those little
'cgyp sheets? D.
And will we recall the clothes we wore? XVill you fellas remember
copying the appearance of singers Elvis Presley and Pat Boone Cwho you
claimed you despisedl? You started at your head with those long sideburns
and went right down past your paisley print shirts to the white buck shoes
on your feet. And will we girls recollect those big, baggy crew neck sweaters
we wore four sizes too large for us, while we wore all other sweaters four
sizes too small? Sneakers Qwhich were sinful to wear cleanl was the vogue
in footwear, and heavy make-up was the trend for eyes fit weighed down
eye-lids and gave a good excuse for falling asleep in classj.
XVhat about the memory of our lunchroom and our favorite delicacy,
potato chips? CVVe also liked egg salad, tuna salad, bologna, pastrami, salami,
cheese, ice cream, candy and anyone hungry?j
And will the memory of these sly techniques we used in class haunt our
minds in the future? For example, nodding our heads "yes" in Spanish class
to give the teacher the assurance that he was putting his lesson across.
CVVe knew very well it all sounded like Greekd
Then there was the falling plaster tthat kept falling until the painters
camel, the new look of the school when the painters were through Qsame
old light green colored walls, we loyedl, the weekly baby sitting jobs, the
homework Call week and twice as much on week-endsl, the blind dates
falways lu lusl, the gym Qwith the daily dressing and undrcssingl, and the
weird expressions Culiin cracking up", "crazy man", "I could croaku,
'Tm going to blow a fuse"
And those were the good old days ....
YVill we remember???????
"Try every room on this floor, Watson," remarked Holmes. "You know
The Adeerzfzzre 0
THE OLITARY T HI KER
It was a warm lune evening. I was sitting on a pillow by the Window,
wallowing in each breeze that happened to make its way through the
screen. My freshly-polished nails would not dry because of the lack of
circulation in the air. This worried me. Tomorrow I had to look perfect. It
would be graduation day and for once my classmates had to see me shining
from head to toe. Tonight I would not have to burn the midnight oil doing
some boring and lengthy chemistry assiginnent. Tonight I would not go to
bed too tired to set my hair. I could retire at eight if I wished, but deep in
the back of my mind I doubted if I would be able to sleep.
I looked out of the window. There stood jefferson in all her red-bricked,
vineless glory. XVhat had made me become so attached to this forbidding
building? I remember as a child looking at that very same edifice and think-
ing how Id never be old enough to go there. On another occasion I had
accompanied my mother there so she could vote in the booths set up in
the lobby. She left me standing in the middle of the hall while she entered
one of those curtained contraptions, and I had looked around with wonder
and awe at the statues, the glass cases and the many doorways and stairwells
leading to the unknown.
I marvel now at how things have changed since then. I can now look
at the outside of the building and know exactly what it is like inside. The
locker room. the library. the elevators. and the bookstore all in their familiar
little nooks. No longer do I panic when walking down a dark, uninhabited
staircase. I know exactly where each one will lead me and no longer get
those quaking freshman knees.
Three years have I spent there, looking forward to Christmas vacation,
assembly programs. mid-terms and the Regents, and now they mix in my
memory as one blurry pot-ponrri in my lifetime.
A rare evening breeze brought me back to the present. The light of
the quickly disappearing sun revealed the entrance to the school and I had
to laugh just a little at the quote from Lincoln over the main portal of
MThomas Jeffersoni' High School. I had never noticed the mistake before
entering Jefferson but now it only made the building more endearing for it
gave it a distinction of which not many others could boast.
Now it was dark. A light. grayish drizzle fell softly and mist covered all.
The building once more took on its macabre hue and I wondered. in the
years to come would my warm. familiar home once again become the for-
bdding monument of the past?
A group of worried seniors gathered around us as we searched, anxiety
written on their faces.
"Have no fear," I said. "Mr. Sherlock Holmes and I will solve this case."
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lt's no mystery that our haskethall team lost its chance at the City
Championship hy losing to Erasmus hy a mere eight points. XVe need no
committee of investigation to tell us that. Nor is it unknown that the jeff
team had an almost perfect season with its only loss to Boys High. This too,
The captains of the Nickelmen certainly deserved their titles. Charles
Iackson, jr., and Spencer Sander led the team, and gave them great aid in
playing their games.
Charlie, sometimes called "Flash,l' would like to continue his athletic
career as a physical education teacher. Perhaps jefferson will be fortunate
enough to get Charlie hack in the gymnasium in the near future.
The only thing that was wrong with Spence's basketball career was
his excessive fouling. But, thatls the penalty you sometimes must pay if you
want to make every shot count. Spence, a seemingly quiet person, could
he depended upon for a "wild sessionw once you got him started.
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V il We visited gyms, laboratories, and classrooms, looked in closets
24 peered under desks, questioned everybody in sight.
Thomas Bushel, a real asset to the team, occasionally added comedy to
the games by confusing the opposing players with his fast-talk. If you sat
close enough to the court, you could hear "BushD whispering to the opposing
players, i'You don't want that ball-Hey! give it to mell' This comical streak
may help Bush in helping others when he achieves his career in social
Jeff Deneroff and Richard Klitzberg will be remembered as the "cut-upl'
of the team, on and off the court. Richie was forever surprising the crowd
with his amazing long-shots. leff, the phenomenon of the season who was
associated previously with the football team, became a varsity star when
Mr. Hodesblatt, the teams enthusiastic coach, saw him playing one day.
Jeff gained the respect of the fans and the team when he 'istole the shown
from the "regulars" the first time he played. Although handicapped at times
by a tricky ankle, Jeff proved his worth as a basketball player to all who
saw him play.
NVhat about the other seniors on the team who werent starters as the
five aforementioned and James Boatwright, a junior, were? Often, Stuie
"VYlieelsi' Beilin, Dave Miller, and Steve Fleischman were seen on the
court in the place of some team-mate.
Asked what happened in the locker-room before and after the games,
Bush mentioned that the boys occasionally sang, and more often, made jokes
about Richie and Spence, who were always the last to be ready. Any other
things discussed in private by our basketball team, were labeled "Top
We the seniors, thank you, fellows, for being such a great team of
boys. on and off the basketball court. .
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After two hours of this, during which Holmes smoked two pipes of
tobacco, the seal was just as hidden cis ever.
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THE 0 E THAT
GO I A W AY
It has been said that Springtime turns a young
mans fancy to thoughts of love. However, many
of their thoughts turn to other things, especially
the national pastime, Baseball. And here at lef-
ferson it's no different.
XVhen March rolls around, the Baseball team
with the help of the Coach, Mr. Robert L. Schain,
who is also chairman of the Social Studies Depart-
ment, looks for new prospects, who, we hope, will
carry the team to many victories.
The members of the team this year are mostly
newcomers and the only three seniors are Spencer
Sander, and Barry Goldsmith, co-captains, and
Lewis Rubin. Sander, who is also a very good bas-
ketball player, is expected to be one of the out-
standing pitchers in the season. Last year he batted
an even .500 and struck out at least 12 men in
every game he pitched. Goldsmith, who is the
shortstop, is another outstanding athlete and we
hope he does as well on the baseball diamond as
he did on the football field.
The fi1'st game of the '59 season will be played
against Boys High and Mr. Schain and his team
are hoping for a better record than the 5-5 record
of last Spring.
With the efforts of the team and the support
of all Ieffersonians there is no reason why their
goal can't be reached.
It was apparent, however, that a theory was
forming in Holmes' mind.
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XYhat's this? Sherlock Holmes in the girls gym? And with such LI grin
on his face. XYhat's that. Nlr. Holmes? They dance jolly well? Yes, They do.
Er . . . who dances well? Oh, of course, how silly of ine, you'rc watching
the modern dance class. Yes, they do look upipu in those hlucla tights. But
I thought you were interested in their dancing.
Are you here to inyestigate the girls for ai Broadway show? No? just
for your own entertainment? I don't hliune you. They are yery talented
young women. You saw the Student Aid Show? I agree. They certainly did
put on a wretchedly. jolly good shevy '... er, show.
Leaving so soon? Oh, Dena Nelson, the class president, just culled the
girls to order. XYho is that lady in the juniper? Oh, you ineun Nlrs. Solow.
Sheys the advisor of the class. Yes, she is quite spry, isnt she!
Cheerio? That ineuns good-hyc, doesnt it? I was neyer at muster of
foreign larigunges, you know. Uh, you don't know? XYell er, cheerio, Nlr.
Inquisitiye fellows, those Englishmen.
From time to time the familiar face
of the pretty little senior bobbed
up. I paid no attention to her, but
Holmes became more and more in-
terested in her actions.
STUDY I WHITE
XVhile walking around the main hall of our beloved school, my eyes
suddenly focused on a small piece of orange paper protruding from under
the door of the girls' gym. After snatching it up, I quickly whipped out my
trusty magnifying glass and examined the paper carefully. Then, to my
complete amazement, I discovered that this was not just an ordinary scrap
of processed fiber, but the letter obviously lost from an important bul-
letin board in the school. Through my mind went the names of the various
organizations, but I couldnit find one with this particular letter in its name.
Alas! here I was with a clue and I could not find the missing link.
Then, as if my prayers were suddenly answered, I remembered that
there was a girls, athletic group called LEADERS. I ran into the girlsl gym as
fast as my legs would carry me and returned the missing letter to a very
Since I was already there, I decided to find out a little more about
this group of girls who are always seen in snow white gym suits coyered with
many felt letters earned by excellence in after school clubs. As I was stand-
ing engrossed in my own thoughts, four girls suddenly came over and asked
me what I was doing in the gym. After explaining my presence, I found out
tl at these four girls were the newly elected ofheers of Leaders. They are:
Natalie Cuttler-President, Rosemarie Del Purgatorio-Yeep, Leona Ha-
inoska-Treasurer, and ludy Ettinger-Secretary.
The bell rang. Students scurried in and out of rooms, brushinq past us
Seeing that I was interested in their organization they willingly told
me several facts ahout it. They informed me that this term Leaders is
under the very capahle leadership of Mrs. S. Strauss, Chairman of the
Girls' Gym Department, and that the leaders-in-training are under the ahle
supervision of Mrs. YValden.
The hell which signaled the start of the class now rang and the girls
told me that if I wanted to see them in action I could stay. No sooner had
the girls left me than the class officially hegan. It was the leaders' joh to help
check the attendance of the students, teach various skills, demonstrate, and
giye good and poor work marks.
After watching for a whole period the work of these girls, I finally
realized why they are such a select group. For these girls must be courteous,
self-disciplined, pleasant and, ahoyc all, ahle to lead others at all times.
They are: Rae Beilinson, Brenda Buschel, Joyce Carlin, Leicla Domeneck,
Alice Drogkin. Mary Drozdowski, Susan Eisenstein, Phyllis Federman,
Francine Furman, Ann Gordon, Helene Hechtman, Sheila Mehl, Doris
Pollack, Adrienne Potashman, Fay Rubinstein, Janice Smith, Beverly Wash-
ington, Cecila NVashington, Sharon XVolff, and Melinda Zaniewski.
rn therr haste to get to what we later found out were club meetings.
ENIOR C U CIL
In Room 232, Lamont Bettis was presiding over the Senior Council
meeting. All regular business had been laid aside, and the discussion
seemed to center around the great mystery . . .
Lamont Bt ttis
This Iune of 1959 terminates a vitally important phase of your life.
Your diploma represents two aspects of your life as a Ieffersonian. These
two are scholastic accomplishments and social achievements. The first
represents your attainment of proper grades and the completion of required
courses of study. The second represents an advance in the maturity of your
character and mind. for you are no longer a child hut an adult. This was
not an abrupt change. It was a gradual transformation. The seeds of this
development were planted in Iunior High School, where we first realized
the purpose of our education to he the preparation for a successful and
heneficial venture into modern society.
The three years which we spent at Thomas jefferson High were the
most influential factors in our development as intelligent adults and our
realization of the importance education plays in our lives. The seeds that
were sown in our youth hegan to hlossoin at Jefferson, for we expended
our energies to hetter her, and we henefited hy her improvement.
Now that we have ahsorhcd the wisdom -Ielferson and her faculty had to
offer. we are leaving well equipped to face the future. XYe will, I am sure,
encounter the ups and downs of life, and as we do, we will constantly think
of Thomas Jefferson and thank her for the successes that the education she
afforded us made possihle.
' Lrinzoiit Bettis
Marcia Spatz Steve Kopp Phyllis Federm in
Secretary Vice Presicleiit Tl'CII6'lll'CT
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The CO. Council is considered to be the governing body of
our school. This student congress is headed by the executives, or
C.O. officers. This ternrs officers are all seniors, President-Roger
Elowitz, Vice President-Lowell Kleiman and Secretary-Mona
Chadkin. The body of the CO. Council is composed of representa-
tives froin the various organizations and grade representatives from
the President's Council. Their advisor, Mr. Beckenstein, has held this
position for seventy terms--since the C.O. Council was organized.
In essence its purpose is to "regulate the establishment and
management of all extra curricular student activities, teams, clubs,
and associations, connected with our school. It is also expected
"to provide for their support, and to promote within its ahility and
jurisdiction the health and welfare of the student hodyf'
As is stated in the constitution of the C.O. Council, it is the
function of the faculty and students of Ieiferson to "promote school
spirit, stimulate loyalty to the ideals of Thomas jeilerson, encourage
interest and participation in school activities, and secure the co-
operation of the student hody in fostering student self-government.M
Mr. Beckenstein and the G.O. Council were worrying about the finqn
cial aspect of the mystery. Buying a new seal would play havoc with
ER ICE COU CIL
Membership in the Service Council, an honor society ol jefferson, is
conferred upon those students who have given outstanding service to the
lVith the expert guidance of Mrs. Zack, faculty advisor, and the direc-
tion of Service Councils officers, President-Fav Rubinstein, Vice-President
-Anita Soloinan, and Secretary-Linda Cohen, the lneinhers of Service
Council aid the school through the Service Exchange Connnittee, which
supplies jobs for students during their free periods.
lim sure we all agree that it is indeed an honor to wear the gold pin
representing membership in this fine organization.
The service council as usual offered its services.
The Installation of new Arista members is a most impressive ceremony. Twice a year
those students who have met the vigorous requirements are inducted into the honorary
society and it is an occasion to be remembered by participants and spectators alike.
This term Miss Meehan, Aristas advisor, called the new members to the stage of the
auditorium. Phyllis XVeisberg, Girl Leader, lit the three candles symbolizing Scholar-
ship, Service, and Character and explained the significance of each attribute.
Mr. Cohen, our principal, greeted each new member and presented him or her with
the traditional pin and certificate of membership. Assisting were Larry Corelick. Boy Lead-
er, Rochelle Pearlman, Corresponding Secretary, Judith Shepulsky, Treasurer, and Robert
Taylor, Chairman of the Arista Tutoring C-roup, which has given such invaluable aid
to Jefferson students,
Members of Arista represent the "Best" and their characters and achievements really
Arista members volunteered to
participate in the search. "No,"
Holmes ruled, however. "l prefer
to work alone."
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STUDENT COUNCIL AGAINST
Student patrol, that stalwart group, stood by watching all wl1o
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Holmes drew his glass out of his pocket and examined what seemed
to be the traces of a footprint. After a moment, he straightened up.
40 "To the senior office," he said cryptically.
"Preserve Health, Pursue Knowledge, Glorifv Service, Have Faithw.
As I stood there proudly, allowing the words to echo, and reecho, in
my ears, I realized that reciting this motto of Kagathos marked the culmina-
tion of one of my fondest dreams. As an uncertain ninth grader, I had heard
the name at an orientation ceremony for future Ieffersonians. Its strong
impressive sound remained with me until the following vear. I joined
Iunior Leaders and many cluhs and worked hard to meet the requirements
of Kagathos. Having passed these, I dedicated myself to working for the
gym department as a Kagathos prohationer for a term and soon found
myself participating in the impressive vet rewardinglv meaningful proceed-
ings of the installation.
Now, after two years, I look hack at the many wonderful hours I have
spent as a memher of Kag. All the girls have a great love of the outdoors.
Every term we have a hike and a cook-out. This sometimes includes a hoat-
ride or a friendly game of hall.
Kagathos is also dedicated to inter-school friendliness and health
education in all fields. To further these goals we have a forum once a term
with a special guest speaker. Topics are varied hut always enthralling.
This, my last term in Kagathos, I will rememher always. Harriet Rosen-
hlatt, our chancellor, Xliss NYirth, our advisor, and the many wonderful
girls Ilve worked with have made it a rewarding term. The heritage of
fairness, dedication, and leadership that all Kagathos girls receive will
remain with me long after the doors of Iefferson close hehind me.
The following are senior memhers of Kagathos: Ann Cordon, Carol
Rubin, Harriet Rosenhlatt, -Indy Ettinger, Natalie Cutler, Brenda Buschel,
Sheila Klehl. Francine Furman, Cecelia XVashington, Nlarcia Spatz, Susan
Eisenstein, Leona Ramoska, Rosemarie Del Purgatorio.
Whats new in school? Who was to tell?
Our school paper, of course, 'The Liberty Bellf,
It contained factual info of all the news
And many expressions of pupils, views.
H 1 'W Talent in art and literature
XVent hand in hand,
- To make K'The Ieffersonianl'
book that was really grand.
lt had clever stories, poems,
And illustrations in View,
I All' "l' din it
rea 5 enjoyec lea g
And expect that you did tool
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The seniors all collaborated
And formed ii incnioralvle book,
Wvitliin tlic pugvs of "The Aurora"
In futurc f'Cill'S WGIII look.
Our fuccs will happily smile
And our lic-arts will gently sigh.
As wi- rc-nd und rvc-z1lI sciitiiiiciitully
Our days ut llvifcrsoii High.
Editor-in-Cliicfz ,Indy Ettingf,-r gfIl!5 IN-vhfr ,I xi C-1d0ql.'X,f26VL,,Ifx l313vi,HJo4fm,C 4
Iitcrary' Editor: Sliciln Kiinowitz flu, 5, LQ Lfdlqiffj --i Qfcfvqlfixfh
. , if bpm f ei MJ
Rocliclle Snyclc-r Xlmtlm Xmlliip-li V I' T ' i
Xlurciii Sputz Ciirolcf Singvr
,lucly Harris J fx?
Don Luderman, Editor
LITERARY ADVISER: Allncrt Glass
ART ADVISER: Ianetll A. Fox
TECHNICAL: Jerry Ceisr, Gerald Robinson, Henry Skorr, Frcd Leila
Tffh' FIIVAL PAJOBLEXW
395 Livonia Avenue
AttLtllLlLll1L'k' Oliice See. ll yr.l,
Student Patrol, Regent l'llllClK'l'
Corn., Cirls' llealtll Squacl
TRINA ABRAI I.-XTXIS
541 Asllforcl Street
198 Sutter Avenue
C.C.N.Y. Prirulc St't'l't'l!ll'll
Attendance Otliee Squad Q 2
ternrsj. See. to Mrs. Goldstein
1-15 Powell Street
612 Penn Avenue
Drakes Busincuss College
, Legal Sfenograplzer'
Twirlers Q6 ternisj, Service Coun-
503 Van Sicklen Avenue
252 Osborn Street
Assist. to Mrs. Goldstein
IGH Selieneli Avenur
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1215 East 101st Street
Bklyn. College of Pharmacy
Flflll Avenue NI
Mfmfll ML'zlir'z1l Crzlltgqc'
Stmh.-nt Patrol, Class Pres.
S4575 Blake ,'Xv1-luxe
478 Braclforcl Street
1017 Hopkinson Avenue
2535 Linden Boulevard
C.C.N.Y. CPA. Sportsulsfer
See. of -1-TX and 5-TX. See. of
the Student Patrol L2 ternisl.
Student Patrol Capt., Blatli, Team
C2 terinsl and Service Council Q2
1-1-10 East 921111 Street
Com. Col. SCCI't'l'lIl'!l
432 New jersey Avenue
Boy Leader of Arista, Chief jus-
tice of Arliitration Court, Eclitor of
f,iln'rtg1l Bt-I1 Q3 t 1 'ms U, Service
founei tx XIPQQ KA,
Qwriirrw Wie I
The door of the office was closed and the lights W me o, t. f'
325 Riveulgile Ax cnuc
GSS AAi.ltlRIl1s Strvvt
Blclgm Cnlluuu nf Pl1l1l'I71tlt'U
135 Rsinwn Axenu
635 Klillvr Au-mi:
Stun' TMILIAU' CQHII. U! Alllzlligf
Eligll'-ll Bwfwlirfffllri Capt. 2 ll'I'lIlNl
656 Clrrxrlniifl 5tr1'--t
Brfwlclyli T1 IH fzvr
Sec, to Dr. Klrfiii 2 UJTIIIN . Sf f,. tu
Mr. Lev'-r .ind Klrx. Atl-Qin. Stllfl"Ill
628 Yffrimmt Stn-vt
LniL'L'r.sity of Hliffflfg fslrlnff
Plzyf.s'1'nul Ifdufufirm TWIIIIIUI
Varsity Irllflllhlll Vliyrmi
525 Bradford Street
653 Hinsdale Stn,-cat
Sec. to Mr. Sclmin K3 terms J, Surv-
ice Council C2 terrnsj, Aurora Rep.,
The omce seemed locked.
K' I YQJN, 0 X
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N. X3-131 Alu venue ,' U 37 X
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1225 Ezlstcril I,Lll'liNVLlj'
4-41 Alzilmmai Avenue
K. TH '. '. :l.CC'0llHl'Ullf
Q ILUIII l'ntrol, Arista
A LINDA BACIIKIAN
' ""1 6939 Alzllmnm Avenue
b -v CH1111. Cul. ACCUIIIIZLUHI
gh 1- lim-il Cruss Hcp., Gym. Svc. Q2
.QQ tvrmsl. Stucli-nt Patrol, Service
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lil I.,l'glUll Slrvvl
S105 Strim- Avenue
i I Af 1375 Pitkin Avunui-
V J i X linmlflyiz
V M3 -, f
402 Christopher Avenue
Brooklyn Matlz. Teacher
Hostess Club C235 yrs.D-Treas.,
Twirlers C2 yrs.D-Co-Capt. ll
ternll, Arista, Service Council
661 Sheffield Avenue
1407 Linden Boulevard
60 Gleninore Avenue
Sec. in Attendance OHice, Sec. to
Mr. Polner, Typist in Attendance
V441 Hopkinson Avenue
Sec. to Mrs. Strauss Cl yr.D, Lead-
ers, Class Treas. SA, Student
1979 Strauss Street
Health Education Sec.
560 Saratoga Avenue
Certified Public Aeeozuztnnf
Service Council, Aurora Literary
Staff, Boosters Q3 termsl, Girls,
449 VVilliams Avenue
Healtlz Ellllfllllllll Teaelier
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9 'WT Q
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105-67 Flatlands 10th Street
Service Council, Gym Assist. C 2
termsl, Library Squad C2 termsl
703 Georgia Avenue
Student Patrol, Mimeograph Office
ll yr.J, Baseball Team lVarsityJ,
Ticket Sales Ek
40 12,-E' -fwfr
RONALD BEHKOVVITZ l
H29 Sehenelc Avenue W WMJWQI
Brooklyn College of Pharmacy
Concert Band, Concert Orchestra,
Marching Band, Dance Band
473 Pennsylvania Avenue
1551 Park Place
Pres. of 4X, Attendance Ollice
Squad, Student Patrol
647 Belmont Avenue
287 Bristol Street
393 lliusclale Street
L.l.II. Pliarnmey Druggist
Student Patrol, English Bookroom
Holmes turned the door handle vigorously.
1151 East 85th Street
15-1 Herzl Street
Fashion Institute of Teclzritiltigy f
Service Count-il ti terrnsl. Art
Stall "Aurora", Associate Art Ed.
of "Ieffersoninn", Arista
66 Powell Street
BVOOHUVI Legal Stcnogruplicr
390 Essex Street
Brooklyn. Aeronautical Engineer
Service Council. Progrrnn Corn.
Newspaper Rep.. Adxisors Sec,
592 Penns51vani,l .A"tf!'l1.1P
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C4 t. ll ts Pre i Pres,
579 Essex Street
Pres. of SA
389 Hendrix Street
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STANLEY BLANDER '
220 Bristol Street
552 xV1lllJll11S Avenue
RONALD BLICKSILVER '
1579 Sterling Place
529 Saratoga Avenue
l54 Sutter Avenue
.-lrlclplzi Legal Stenogmplaer
121250 Vlcst lltli StTCOt
2045 Rockaway Parkway
Brooklyn College of Pharmacy
Concert Band, Marching Band
940 Hegenuls Avenue
A strange sound came from the inside. 51
226 East 239th Street
Brooklyn, Legal SlCllU,Ql'lllIlll'l'
Boosters C4 teriusj, Sec. to Mr.
Eigg, Sec. to Mrs. Criss
LEXVIS NV. BOLTON
522 Chester Street
585 Chester Street
Assist. Sight Conservation Dept.
CI yr.P, See. to Mrs. L. Sapiro,
Sec. to Miss Hay, C.O. Rep.
2065 Rockaway Parkway
Dean's Oflice C2 ternisj, Service
Council, Official Class Sec., Re-
1491 St. johns Place
442 Chester Street
693 Stone Avenue
961 Sutter Avenue
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762 East 105th Street
Cooper Union Commercial Artist
Basketball Squad C2 tennsl, Art
1 .l cl 'enue
B, yn Aecozuitrmf
- t Patrol C1 yr.D, Presidents
Co C3 terinsj, Senior Council
STUART M. BRAUNFOTEL
STOA De Kalh Avenue
1590 East I02nd Street
705 Bradford Street
Twirlers C235 yrs.D, Capt. CI yrfi.
Hostess Cluh C135 yrs.l. Senior
Council, Service Council
673 Georgia Avenue
Assist. Chief justice CStudent
ll-I East 95th Street
C.C.N.Y. Ciniinierciul Artist
Service Council, See. in Attend-
auice Olliee, Sec. ill Art Ullicc, Sec.
to Dr. Seolnicli
IOS-OT Flatlaiids Avenut
We opened the door and snapped on the lights.
639 Xlhtliins Street
COIN. Col. llcrlival .'xN.X'iNftllli
Sec. to Mrs. Solnw. Lll5I'L11'lLll1
Squad. Sec. Oil. Class 4D
2330 ROL'llttStLl1' .'XYt'I1l1L'
Ott. Class Sue. L53 turxnsl, At-
tendnnt-Q Oltiee Squad, Svlwiev
Cl3L1I1L'll. Set: ill St'it'Ilu' Olliut-
BHEXD,-X R. BUSCIIEL
U59 Eglst ltllst Strvvt
Bruulclgflz II.ED. Tfrzulzw'
Leaders 15 tt-rnisv. liuqrmtlms 44
terms P, Serxiue Council 12 tt'l'lIlN 1.
Lilurtmry Slllltlil 12 terms!
rrioxrgxs Bt's15iE43 'K' L" il
599,El16stEr S1Ieef'f 1, 'I '- f' f
Cuinj lJ,l,l'Q3L'Vg C S4rgiQl'Llli-.1ll:iiL'l'
B.iQm2l11 tml., mls. +. swam.:
Paltrful 'Q terrnlvil 'Cm XI 4. X '
REGINA C.-XLDlillUX 8,
657 Hiriwdtile Street l
Brrmlclyn Tn Ill, lim'
Serviee CfJl1HQll.DtlI'lC4'f .ind Clmri-
ograrplier lielmfx-.' Dinar- umnp.
See. in hnglisli Ofiiu- '1 yru
AX C X O
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Br yn lX4lH'Sr'
ed Cross Hep.. Lilirtiry. Stnilvnt
Aid 'Girls' Clmruw
1578 Sterling lilncf'
Liberty Bc-ll Stuff, llfsud Bwnlv
keeper l 1 yr,J
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391 NVy0n11 Street
385 Aluluunn Avenue
578 Elton Struct
C.CT.X.Y, Bin. Tcfzclzer
CLO. Svc., Arista, Service Council
llST Eastern l'u1'kxvny
See. in Cuiclunee Dept. L2 termsl,
Liluerty Bell ClTLtlll'ltlCJH staff,
Arista, Service Council
AHLLNE CHTHNI ff ,Z ,Z Z
ssstriifsmer 'rrtltfiglrcdk 0,
lirfmklyrql 7 E l,?.S'l1fT 'fl ze
llnstAfI,klf11l5A4 Hs crvice 'f
Cnuilci 42 lt'I'lHSl4 S.C.A.I. C2
lt'I'lIlS J, Pres. CmuiZlH'Ll'4l' termsl
STI? New -lt'l'SL'f' !xYL'lllll'
Aristzl, St'1'YlL'l' Council, Jeffer-
1719 llvnn Street
.IOANNE C ICC! IETTI
79- Dumont AVUIUL ,, 495 Burlmcy Street
L.. 1 A ' ' ' V A '- , ,.,
Brooklyn Sue-ful W'm'lcer , Sffffffffv
Mixed Chorus l3 yrs.l, Student
Patrol K2 terrnsl, Infirmary, Sec. U
to Mrs. Solow f'
There in the corner of the room calmly polishing the seal was our
ubiquitous senior girl.
451 Howard Avenue
520 Newport Street
English Bookrooin Squad
1692 Park Place
Ass't. Secretarial Studies Dept..
Assit. Language Dept. ll tt-rml,
708 VVyona Stix-ct
273 Buffalo Avenue
Attendance Oflicc, GO. Hcp.
1319 East Now York AX'l'IlllL'
SCC. to Mr. Bt-ckenstt-in, Sec. in
Book. Dt-pt., Library Stall, C.O.
449 Barbey Strc-et
Jcffersonian Stall, Cnptnin Stntlvnt
424 1lC'j2,'I'lllilll Avcnnrt
Student Pntrol C3 tC1'Il1SD, Svc. to
1544 Park Place
Gym Otlice Aide, Attendance Office
Aide, Sec. to Mrs. Kramer
1407 Linden Boulevard
Com. Col. Dental A.s'Si.9tant
St-L-. to Cyni Tc-achcrs, H. Ed.
6523 VVllllillllS Avcnuc
.X A o 1EN
P S . o . s Plan-0
p f S 1 High S lzool Teacher
' Ser in 0l1I'1C1lSCL'., S ,Sea to
J tblis IKQQXLIC1 it a
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V. 248 New Lots Avenue
' '.'--. Brooklyn Asfronomvr
L .gg ,Q 1 'W Bio. Lab. Assistant, Bookrooni
W Clerk. Student Patrol
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,:, Blwoklgfri Legal Stt'1mf.Z1'apl1Cr
Q AQ 13llUStK'l'S L3 terinsl. Sciwice Coun-
"" X eil Q2 tt-rnisl, 1,l'k'SiLlCI1flS Council.
I ' . Alll'UI'Ll Stati-
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Sl IAHON COIIEN
llfifi East 100th Struct
Student Patrol QS tvrnisl, Health
Svlw ive Sllllilkl
Sl ll'Ill,.'X COIIEN
Allli Clonniorc Ax onus
Svc. oi -ll'P
When she saw us, the seal almost dropped out af her hqnds,
1614 St. Johns Place
Brooklyn Physical Education
16 Hill Avenue
Sec. of SF
1280 Pacific Street
Jlcflicul :l.S'ii.xfz1nf tSCCrt'lt1ryl
215 XX-0I'l'lill.LIl .AYEYIIII3
Glee Club 111: yrs. P. Sec. to Kira.
Zack 4 I yr. I
100 Herzl Street
Yin' it A,
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AARON CL"rLEr1 it 71-1 Z
5985 Shore Parkway If 5Z.f 4 ' J-
C.C.fN'.Y. li" zzsincsslfzrzn ' 5
-194 Sheffield Axcnuc
C C N I Aftmzntnnl
Orchestra VH yrs J Strxitr C oun
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xr 1 Sec to Nlrs Frankel ll xr J
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Holmes began to queshon the frightened gurl
2045 Rockaway Parkway
Cooper Union Electrical Engineer
Arista, Service Council, Math
Team, Amateur Radio Club Pres.
562 VVyona Street
Brooklyn Medical Assistant
Aurora Rev. F
8:30 New jersey Ax cnue
Trens, of TF and PSE, Student
Patrol. Sec. of 51 and 611
16 New lersey Ave
' ogrz ll r
Yice -atlers, Ser 'i un-
cil, Kagiat . ' . Council
.t 5 '
fl " yi f ' cz in ac' L
Vai? 4 p as ' l l rj
ug er! yr. J, udent
ll' " J -I A4 I.
,199 Al1'I'1JIllL' Street
282 New Lots Avenue
HCA lnxl. Eleelrieul Teelznician
Swimming Team Q3 yrs.D, Student
Patrol ll yr.J, klellersonian Art
2001 Linden Boulevard
215 VVortman Avenue
University of Florida Areliileel
Baseball Team Q2 yrs.D, Student
Patrol Q1 yr.D, Library Squacl
SS1 XVilliams Avenue
Leatlers, Alumni Com., Senior
Couneil Rep., Attenclanee See, 717-
521 Rockaway Avenue
Bu.s'inc'.s'.s' School Seereizfrgf
395 Livonia Avenue
307-9 East 12tl1 St., New York City
Com. Col. Bio. TCf'l11mlogi.s'f
921 Montgomery Street
Oreliestra, Leaclers C135 yrsj, Vol-
leyball Team, Swimming Team
329 Saekman Street ,U M
:U Y. ' Boolokifegfer
Lei1cle1's,Qf'I1'. Leaclerii-9, ' Leaders
Couneil'-N .K Qi 4'
570 Slierlielcl Avenue
Orchestra, Stuclent Patrol C2
2 A M.
n , f tg My BEAM! V 1
f 'W 4
HN 4.-Q"'A ix
L, - V' I 5 + 3
x f N
A .V Gi.,
f ,, Q'
f 7 ,WV - :gy
U"'ff'r1r0' , .le
2241 Plurn lst Street
Brooklyn Legal Stenographer
524 Saratoga Avenue
jettersonian, Boosters, Diploma
Com., Serviee Council
i " I ' I "GN
1968 Strauss Street
Com. Col. .llcrlzzlliielll Teclmician
Stuclent Patrol ll yr.2
524 Berriman Street
250 VVOITITILIII Avenue
Com. Col. Toelmician
Chorus C235 yrs.J, Student Patrol
662 Bracltorcl Street
Elem. Erluezlfion Tcnelier
Clieerleaclers Q3 termsl Co-Capt.,
llostess Clulw Q5 termsl Pres.,
Kagatlios, Leaders L3 terinsl.
394 Sclielleli ixX'l'llllC
Stuclent Patrol L2 termsl
TOS lloxvarcl Avenue
Stuclent Patrol, Lilwrarv Squad,
Liberty Bell Cireulation Stall,
Speeell Olliee See.
I didn'f mean to cause any trouble, but I . . . I , ,
426 Sheftield Avenue
Art Squad. See.. Student Patrol
XY. ' EL YXGH
H. llrvtvlxfgi ia QE! f
Cciiuz f C61 cite of If 'iiiiifzf
bl-ROGER L. ELOXYITZ
IU6 Sxllllitlf' Street
Pres. of C.O.. Pres. of ABI. Pres.
Council. Pres. of Radio Clulw
QNYQBYII 1. Serxice Council
-163 Howard Avenue
Bmolciyn Electrical Engineer
-1653 Howard Awgntie
231-1 Pitkin .-Xu,-riiirf
Plzysinai lfclzicutinn 'llfrirlznfr
Kagatlms 12 terinsir Lf'ad1'l's +4
terrnsuc Orelwstra 45 ternisy.
Service Council 42 terms!
614 Slieffield Avenue
319 Berriman Street
Student Patrol, Sec. to Dr. Satlow
'P ,sf as
2 W ,
I Q W .f
.2 -: '
X Q is
V ff .
. gl .jiri
I ,, A- Q. . .
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7 , QW ' f
win. Qff QWWQW
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,CV -ji. MM V - y f f
Oh! I might as well fell the whole story.
TSS Stanley Avenue
Baseball Team C3 yrs.D, Off. Class
1539 Park Place
N.Y.U. Cizemicui Engineer
Pl IYLLIS FEDEHIXIAN
25553 East Ttli Street
Corliuncl Slate Tcrlcizelts' Col.
Elem, Etlueution Teacher
Senior Class Trcas., S.C.A.I. C5
terms 7. Vice Pres. K I ternij, Boost-
ers 15 terinsl. Trens. CI termj,
Hostess Club K3 ternisl
'fl-I Hinsdale Street
BHI'I'Ull,QlI-S' Bookkeeping Operator
512 Saratoga Avenue
Attendance Office Squad
542 ,IL'l'UllIt' Street
Sec. to Nlr. Drucker, S.P.
tm-rnisl, Sec. to Nlr. Livoti
1762 Park Place
See. in Accounting Dept., Sec. to
Mr. Bord. Service Council
1485 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn Legal Sfenograpiler
Service Council, Regents Folder
Coin., Sec. in Gym, See. to Mrs.
215 NVort1nun Avenue
Stcno. Typ. Inst.
Pres. of Oil. Class
I-14-1 Park Plucc
Sec. to Clirni. of S.S. Dm-pt., Scc.
in Lungualge Dept., Scc. to Mrs.
Gallagher and Mr. Spcctor
270 XVOITIIILIII Avenuc
N.Y.U. Mcclmnir-ul Engginccr
525 Millcr Avcnuc
Assistant lXlunugcr Lilicrty Bt-ll.
Stuclcnt Patrol Q2 tcrnisj
525 Miller Avenue
Asst. Munngcr Lilicrty Br-ll l-1
ternisj, Scc. to Mr. Prociclu I4
tcrmsj, C.O. Hcp. C7 tcrnisj, Scrv-
580 Stnnlcy Avenue
C.O. Council C1 yr.D, CVicc Prcs.
I tcrinl, Scnior Council, llostcss
Club C4 tcrnisj, Scrvicc Council
Q4 tcrinsl, Arista
2055 Hockuwaxy Parkway
M ICI IAEL l"1NK
640 Brziclloul Strcct
f in ,,,,
if ZA, f ! 'W'
...M f W'
IAQ. 1 X
7 . ,,,, Z
, V c r., ,,
X' " ii
. .. 0-.
501 Hopkinson Avenue
516 Ilinsclulc Street
Brooklyn Social W'orlcer
Hostcss Club, S.P.
799 Vcrinont Strcct
Brooklyn Icrwislz Ilosp. Nzlrse
Scnior Council, Red Cross Hep.,
Scc. in Hygicnc Dept., Pres. Coun-
17-15 Park Place '
Broolclyn M , Nurse'
C.O. Council, t Service Council,
Pres. Council I2 terinsj. Concert
and Marching Band
1416 Brooklyn Avenue
199 Powcll Strcet
1637 l':11'li lllLlL'l'
Scc. to NIV. BIIYIIS, Soc. to Mr,
lfcnsicr. Class Nlonitor for Mrs.
:KN N IC lflt.-KN lilil.
515 llrislul Slrcct
"Well, you see, one night I was sitting home and thinking about how
53 wonderful Jefferson was and how much I would hate to leave it.
515 Bristol Street
Fashion Institute of Tccliimlipgy
Luneli Room Patrol
343 Hopkinson Avemie
Etl-S'IL'fIl St-Iiool of Plii1.vii'iuii.w
S.P. L2 tt-riusl, Vice Pres. of SRI
544 Hegemiui Aveiiiu-
Dance Biincl. Concert Band. Or-
25-55 Fiir Hot-l4.iw.i5' B0lllf'Nd1'Cl
Boosterm I 4 tffrrris I. Atteritltiiit-it
Office 12 terins J. Student Patrol
1 I term I
HEXRY PIIILIP I7l'lIIfDXIAX
249 Sulwrif-cttifly .5x'N'1'I11,1L,'
SEC. to XID, S. K. SilU'1'I'i'itiI'i Ili
terms '. Ser.. Lgi1'iLrii.i:f- Dept. f 2
terms '. PKI, Pre-. Cjiiiiiitil 12
472 Irlericlrix Street
Arista I3 tvriiisf. Serxiu- Coiiiicil
I3 tg-rms I. Ret-rirrl Office I5
termsl. Bwolflfeeper on Lili1'rU
405 Sclfient-lc Avenue
303 Sheffield Avenue
Brooklyn Social llforlcer
Sec. to Mrs. Glass, Student Patrol,
f N F
Q- in ,
if ...Q ,,,,
, fs. 0
I ff- sr.
iff, , f
570 Stanley Avenue
S.P. I2 termsl, Library Squad,
Orchestra, Band. Times Rep. for
FRAN FU MAN fn'
14211591 ins Place J s ,Q I if qt.
" vbeiital 'Ass' HB1-t im,
Svrvici Cmiiitfil' UQ .C 'Iieagsf'
I t ii , Leaclgs YZE 'yrs.l,- ice
Kagilioq II' V yribv Sach-
A V, Y
lionrt Ofgfzuttktl 2. yrs- Q 2'
lil IODA CALEN
S07 CII1'YCltllKl Street
Kiiigs County Ilnspitzll Svliool
lied Cross Hcp. C5 termsj, Service
Count-il Cl yr.l, Sec. to Mrs. Gal-
liiglicr IT terinsJ. Student Patrol
-172 Ilendrit Street
Attvnclunce Office, Library. Stu-
cli-iit Patrol. Lum-li
2011 Pacific Street
-ISS Suvclilu-r Avviiue
10' l oocl iid
Yrgi ' t'tf1ft'Coll Ve
smiurzr 1 iv ' o
I' xi vim 2 yrsj Mixe
. all-ntPi1trol it
SSG Powell Street
Si-rvice Count-il Q5 terinsj, Vice
Irvs. QI tc-rnilg Student Patrol C8
twrnisl, CP1'r:s.jg Swimming Team
KS tm-rinsl, Capt. ll termjg Foot-
liaill TL-mn Q6 tt-rmsj
Then I realized that I would be leaving it sooner than I thought. 59
S35 Hinsdale Street
Tennis Club, Student Patrol,
Regents Folder Coin., See. to Mr.
511 Georgia Avenue
Pliy.s'ic'ul Education Tl3llL'llC1'
ELLEN GERBERW l- , 5 ,
1224 East 105th Street ' K, .Q '
Brooklyn 5 if , Tengli r fl
Boosters C1 ying, iPres. of Off: 55,
611 t l , 1 bl -,P V , ll- X It IW '
. Qt if' wi. f
' ' " l 4, :J 1 K.
5 l' ,. l
IRA L. GERSHENSON H '
590 X'Villiains Avenue
565 Christopher Avenue
437 Berrinian Street
l ,4"' .
LANA oiziiviiijuiu 1
.1251 Eastern Parkway ' ,Y
Qisia,ki,,n . " if il W, 'l'eaL'lier
Boosters C15 yrll, Seigviee Council,
S.C.A.I., :Aurora Typist
94-28 13-Srd Avenue
Bookkeeper for Liberty Bell, Atl-
vertising for Liberty Bell, Clerk
in Record Office
X fel fi
l' ' gh'
, . . ...WA
I by t
if W, W Z
, W ,
9722 Flatlands Avenue
Amer. Bank Inst. Financier
School Bank Rep., j.V. Basketball
Q1 yr.j, Varsity Baseball C2 yrs.j,
junior Class Play
S43 Georgia Avenue
See. to Mr. Bord, Library Squad,
See. to Mr. Goldstein
335 Bristol Street
3-13 Georgia Avenue
1082 Crescent Street
721 Van Sielen Avenue
Biology Lab Squad Q2 ternisi,
Arista Tutor, Arista
iifxiivix QL.-xtigitgiii XA X
T61 Blake . vie-nuex' 1 -2
' , K Coat-li
lfootlrall t3 51's.1. Capt. L1 yr.lg
AWD it ll l A Xl'
a W I
.R QQ Af'
SALATI IA tj OYCEJ GLOVER
301 Dumont Avenue
Iluiitcr Social 1VorkCr
See. to Mrs. Gilbert. Sec. in In-
irinary, Library Squad, See. to
I frantically rushed to the calendar and saw that it was only days
'funn-isk Team , 2 vis. 7. Baseball, Q1 5
59-15 Shore Parkxvay
Arista Q2 ternisl. Service Council
L3 ternisl, C.O. Council L2 termsl.
Math Teaim Q2 vrs.l
-154 Georgia Avenue
C-CA-1. Sfcleli BIUIQUIA
32 Chester Street
Com. Col. Denial Ilyeicizixt
Aurora Hcp.. Aurora I.,ltL'I'Lll'y
Stiitt. Sec. to Xlrs. Brooks 12
terms 1. Liliriiry Squucl
606 Sneclilicr Avenue
Com. Col. Dental I1ll,QlL'I1lKl
Sec. to Mr. Stcinlierg 12 termv.
Student Putrol I2 tennx P. Liberty
Bell Stuff vBuNiri1,M f
31-1 Pennsylx uniii Ave-inie
Service Council. Minn-o Squurl.
Capt, Student Piitrol. Scliool Stock
271 Yun Sicleii Avenue
45-1 Hinsdale Street
Teachers College at Osucgo
Student Patrol. Attendance Office
133-1 East 89th Street
English Dept. Sec., Sec. to Mr.
Drucker, Corresponding Sec. for
Jeffersonian, Lunch Patrol
J ex... .
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eqm 5' SQWWCV
1 ww. r '-as-,L
x 'L wx '-
L m Wh E
fi .1 '15 7
-If " ff! V- '-
Q i , ..
xi A .4
' 7 N V
-1-10 Xllilliuins Avenue
S395 Belmont Avenue
Pres. of 7F, SE, Senior Council,
Sec. to Mr. Klein Q3 terinsj, Serv-
275 Rockaway Parkway
Concert and Marching Band Cell,
Lilicrtv Bell, Arista, Pres. Council
GUS YYilli1uns Avenue
LO1lE'l"llA GOOD D, L ,
56 Somers Street
Clucerlealtlcrs Co-Capt. CUE yrs.l,
llostexs Cluli, Service Council,
U2-1 liopkinxon Avenue
Com. Col. l3us'ii1r'.w.s' .llamrger
690 XYilliums Avenue
398 Wlyonn Street
New Pall: Teacher
Lcaiclcrs C3 termsl, Service Coun-
cil C3 termsj, Arista C2 tcrmsl,
Kaigutlios C2 tcrinsj
In cs few more days there would be no more games, no more clubs,
no more of anything.
851 Dumont Avenue
Arista Q2 yrs.l Boy Leader C1
ternil, Service Council, Arbitration
Court Judge, Senior Council
508 Bradford Street
Com. Col. Electrical Technician
Medical Ofliee Sec.
o f 4 y' W K
R CO I . f 'F
- E3 elif of F
. ' 114' 'W Sta smun
tj ,fforyiz 'Cpune . ,. O. ou eil
E-pl 'Serblce C lel I Q2 Jroifvli.
lf .9,PI'6Sg " sv Q. ' A A
il : W . K M .1
, , ta
492 Jerome Street
Student Patrol, See. to Mr. Smith
511 Van Siclen Avenue
Columbia Univ. Doctor
Program Com. Chairman, Arista.
Service Council, judge, Arbitration
359 Van Siclcn Avenue
Brooklyril i 4 '.P.sryelLologi.sf
Chairinan Program Com., S.P., See.
ito Mr. Rosen, Service Council
899 Stone Avenue
Worked for Mrs. Laufer, Student
x ,, 'W
. 1 , K, .- ,,
1 f X
A .' ,4
553 Hinsdale Street
Student Patrol, Library Squad
813 Putnam Avenue
Com. Col. Tellfllef
390 Saratoga Avenue
C.C.N.Y. Bu.s'ine.9.s' Adnzinistrator
2115 Rockaway Parkway
Library Squad I2 termsj, Student
Patrol C2 termsj
647 Linwood Street
Albany State' English Teaelier
Hostess Club C3 termsl. S.C.A.I.
C2 termsl, Preside-nt's Council Q4
terms J, Service Council
234 Roclicster Avenue
,,' 'J Roosters 12 x'rs.l
I ffkiwee 'L
.3 ,W uk
4 .' f
57 East 5SJtl1 Street
Comnr. Col, Clothing Manager
Rio. Lailw. t3 ternisl, Study Hall
SHO Rogers Avenue
C..f..N .I. Engineer
' mlogy Lalm Q4 terinsl
I was frantic.
730 Miller Avenue
General Manager of the Liberty
Bell. Service Council Q2 ternisl.
Sec. to Mr. Steinberg Q2 yrs.D
553 Hinsdale Street
Physics Squad. C.O. Council,
509 Blake Avenue
Modern Dancing Croup 4,2 tenus l.
Sec. to Sir. Tutnauer
1521 St. lolins Place
Arista. Student Patrol. Sec. to Mr.
Klein. 1'1el3rexv Dance Croup
T01 Cleveland Street
Maryland l'nit'ersity Nurse
Sec. in Alatli Off.. Sec. in Attend-
ance Off.. Sec. in Hr-cord Off..
Class Treas, of SP
852 Sutter Avenue
Student Patrol 1232 yrs. J
CAROLE ANNE HACUE
361 Livonia Avenue
Liberty Bell Circulation Staff,
Student Patrol, Attendance Off.
429 Snediker Avenue
Liberty Bell Circulation staff
' 1- "1 'L U W- r
'iii sito-r"": -YF gy
1 be A - .' yi
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A :wi 'S
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.ap .' I
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f " " M ml
fi' 1. -ze
f , f '-lie. .
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A7 .. ,W V if ,gm WV
vi 457' I md
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4 Q7 X
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The only thing I could think of was to get hold of the diplomas or
maybe the seal to delay graduation a few weeks. 63
VELMA JEAN HAIRE
515 Xllatkins Street
Bm-irzc.s'.si Sclzool Clerk-Typist
Scc. Q6tlil, Typing Sec. C7t11D
483 Tllatford Strcct
185 XVort1nan Avenue
S.C.A.1., Service Council, Liberty
Bi-ll Busincss Staff
639 Saratoga Avcnue
-letlcrsonian, Co-Editor K5 termslg
English OH., Service Council,
432 New Lots Avcnue
1425 Eastern Parkway
Lilmrary Squad, Lilmerty Bc-ll Busi-
SUSAN CAROL 11AST
1621 Park Place
Scrvicc Council, Student Council
Against Intolcrancc 4135 yrs.j,
Scnior Council, Pres. of Oificial
411 Hinsdale Street
IIELENE l IECI ITMAN Z .,
508 Braullioul Slrvcl , fag
C.C.N.l', I3oolflfr'r'pz'r 2 ' ' ,ZW
Sm-1'x'icu Comm-il C2 tvrmsl, S1-L-. lo ZW 5 I ,,, ,
Mr. Epstuin Q4 ivrmsj, lA'Lllll'l' KS m" f
tcrmsl, Svc, to Mrs. Solow V' ,X
I f 3 I Q W
560 Saratoga Avviiiir-
857 Blake Avenue
Brooklyn Legal SfL'llII,QI'lljJ,lCl'
Advisors Off. Q2 fCI'lIISl, Lilwrty
Bell Business Stull
L F J
f 1 I , ' 6 l A
F E '. "" B ' W. - ,
lirif C ' I Avo n 1 ,
ookj , I , ' l tlruh, '
'11 er o Elminfur i gi u if 1' in ' V N
ost s V'1's.l, SJ ' n . Q-il ' ,"",
4 y , S.C.A.I. s f '1 yi-Sp, I
LL-ri rs C3 termsj -
872 Ashford Street
503 Hoge-main AVUIILIQ
Brooklyn Legal SfL'llUgf'llfJllCl'
Pres. of Off. Class GN, Sec. ol OH.
Class 7K and 8N
56l llendrix Street
524 Ilinsdiilr- Straw-t
Huclio VVorl4sliop K2 tvrinsj
1 ' re
153.1 Y' '
. . '
. ' wi?
f fr ii :J
361 Livonia Avenue
Studi-nt Patrol, Library Squad,
Svc. to Mrs. Atkins
G58 Mlhhgnlaz Ajlrnlel 4' MQ,
lr- X A ,Slvnrfirqpilzer
liooslvrs f46r'ri-T-rli5r7f'Cf1D'lIj' lbstpss
cllllll KSC tr-yinsj, MC.O. 'Q'ouric-il,
Svrvicw- Coi,I'iiQil!' l' 'JA A
.,V, ix K-
j,,L44,j" 9 AL Li, Ls,
5-'39 Alilliillllll XXYVIIIIQ'
C.C'..Y.Y. Illllll,S'fl'f!lI Arts Teacher
474 Junios Street
Com. Col. Bu.s-inc'.s.si Administrator
458 Slip-irfielcl Avenue
Broolflylz Legal StC1io,Qrap110r
Crude Advisor Sec.. Attendance
Off. Sec., Service Council
ROSLYN GENE HYMONYITZ
198 Legion Street
Brooklyn Sfcnogrzzplzy Tcavlmr
Student Patrol, Sec. to Mr. Procida
I IAHOLD HUCES
550 Sionc Ax L'llllC
llbli' Sterling lllllL'L'
Cfolumlrin Collcgc of Plmrzmivy
64 Tl1c1t's all I wanted really, just a few more weeks to spend in Jefferson.
419 Amboy street P-
Bmvlfllllt Tvttvllw' A- H l
SP. ti tcrmsl '-'-- A
SUSAN IABLON A
564 Riu-ral.1lc Ax cuuc A
C.O. Hcp. Ttlx tvrm. Clxuml Vllflllll-
430 S.Ll'.lll'f.l Ax 1-nut' ' - N- '
l'lut1lilit't'11t'I' L. "2 N ". A - J'
Llmrtll lI.lllIl1l'l '- tn-rlml A 2 -
Q 15, . Q
, , I
.4 QQ'-. , gi
'- S- Za
15 SH Parli Platt- '
611 AAldI'XK1Ll'Q Str'-tt
Bffnllilllll ID' VLfINl
xllll1ffU!l'.l13ll Sflllqfl flu-Ctpt. 'Z 'P '91,
tr-rmi '. 5tl1Cl"llt Ihttrwl 2 l4'flIlN' ' ' - V
Gfj. Cfnlllgil All-l11lJf'1' 2 lfrluw '
Stage: uml Amp. Sqlmrl Ctpt, rd
ISAAC 'YACOU X
490 Vvillitulnw Atv-ml
553 Stunt- .'AXfjllllI
1 A3 1 fy
655 Srtedikcr Awtnuez A ' ' 7
X,1'AL', P1111-SlClfl7l X K5
. . But then I began to think . .
T64 DcKt1lb Ax cuue
Student Patrol, Soc. to Mr. Beckeu-
S l IEILA KANOXVITZ
207 Ht'l'Zl Strt-vt
Iimtrklylt Clziltl P.s'g1t'lmlogist
linclio Xlbrkslmp Q5 tvrmsl,
S.C.A,l. C4 tt-rmsl, Arista C2
tvrnnsj, St-1'x'it-v Council Q3 termsj
182 llvgt-1111111 Axwllllt-
l'l1ysiw Lulu Stluntl. Svc. 1NIt-ditul
21175 l'lHt'liL1XX'1lj' Parkway
Sxvitt-lwlvmrtl Operutur Con. Off.
GHS llimclztlv Strevt
Hlwflklyyt C1lHt',LIt' P!llll'IIlcll'U
Stutlt-nt l,LllfHllL'I' li tt-rmsl, Pro-
Qllllll Crum. 44 tvnnsj. Arista Q4
Ull ljllllllllll .'AXl'Illlt'
ffmn. C.'4fllt'gg1' 1jl'IlffSHIIIll
355 Nvw Jvrsvy Axvllllc
Jxtlbllllllllfl' Ullict' 42 tcrmsb, Stu-
clvnt llzntml Q2 tcrmsl, Prcs. ut
Ollit-itll Clues L3 tt-rmsj
T-40 Nt-w lt-rst-5' Au-ltllr
C,C,N.Y. Intl. Arts' Tt'ut'l1t'r
S66 44u1surQr A A tl f' "kf"' t
Brooklyn Doctor ' D Q
Hebrcw Dance Group, Scc. to Dr. I my
Horowitz, Svc. to Mr. Epstein
Q w Qi
, ,N J X J i '
SAUL KMTZ,'i Qgf V'r
495 XV5tea11h!'St1'6Qtt 4, QW x
N.Y.U. - , HAH 'illjcvzc vr
C.O. "CQn1tiu'lQJQQi2i ,tcr1usfiiCH927cs.
Couucii f,4ituisF, St'Ii1i401' ,.C'ouniuii,
Service Cqunciij X N-'
,QW ' i
361 XVurtmun Avenue
Sec. to Mrs. Epstein, Arista, Stu-
dent Patrol ,,,,,
603 Sackinaui Street
ELLEN KEMPNER V .,,,, ,--I 4
579 Hopkinson Avcn ue VV ',.1
AIUHHAY JOSEPH KEEPER
573 Van Sicien Avvuuc-
Long Isiurzcl Unit. Atfllllllflllll
Liberty BL-ii, Student Pulrol, Serv-
565 Surutogu Avcnui- it
BmJcffc'r'pr'r , ,f L '
Soc. to Dr. Sutimv N Nlr. imssr-1' 'QW 7' "'
STAN KIRTIXIAN N
5975 Short- Parkway :v -1:1'.: I
C.C'N.Y. I':ll,LfiIll'l'I G in P
"You began to think," interrupted Holmes,
981 Sutter Avenue
Viet:-Prcsicieiit of C.O. Service
Cuuncil, Baud, Orchestra, Marching
513 Wfutkins Street
Attr-miuiicrf Off. Stuff, Sec. to Mr.
Cc-rtnc-r 64 Miss Huy
1492 Park Piucc
1470 St. Johns Pint-e
SCC. Accounting DL-pt. Q5 ternisj,
Service Council Q2 terms 7, Arista,
Sc-c. in Gen. Oiiice
104-OS Avenue K
2053 Nr-xv Lots Avcuuc
Prugruui Cum. Q1 tvruii, Service
503 Vout-li Strvot
.Nrislu Q53 ivriusi, Suiwicc Cuuucii
Q3 ll'1'1uwi. .-Xriiitraitiou Court Q73
il'i'IllSi. ixl't'SikiL'Ili'S Cmuuiuii
AISS Sm-niiiwi' ,M ciuu'
Silllikfli i'ut1'oi.- Iuuiur Yin-gity
liaixlwlixili Qi 5115, Varsity Basket--
luxli Q2 yixj X
"that a few more weeks
55 really wouldn't make much difference.
T122 Sutter Avenue
Student Patrol Q2 termsj, Stock
Room Asst. K2 terms?
5-11 Snetlikt-r XXNUIHIU
1551 Pitkin .'XXL'l1l1l'
5352 M1111-r .'XNt'l111i'
Lilnrary Squad 11 yt-arl. Sc-L-. nl
Oil. Claw. Stuclvfnt Patrol. Vim'
Prw. ul 6P
514 Hmxarrl IAYEINIFI
Footluall Tffarn 12 yvarx , 5-:nior
Claus Yiul-Prus.. 51-15. in Langnagv-
Dept.. StllflfjIl1 Patrol
1611-1 Eaxtwrn lirrlxxxay
Attfgnclantv Ollicv Aiclv. S1-fx. ol
Klatld. D1-pt., Ci4'llf'I'd.l Olliul A1111-
160-4 St. blolnns Plau'
Student Patrol 1 IH years 1. llf-lirftn
Dance: Group. Sr-tx in H4-altln lifl.
Drfpt.. Sf'r1iur Count-il
1540 Park Place,-
Capt. Student Patrol
I .,. JEANETTE KOVEN
qluu V W 1 950 Dumont Avenue
A N Q N ursc
, Q Asst., Sight Conservation Dept.,
A Student Patrol
y Alviv CARY KRAIDIXIAN
My ii - 670 Stone Avcnuc
X Q X C.C.N.Y. Engiwzcer ,
to :gr Nw W!
vc: , X ,M +
, Q m 8 1
y DIAYQX Ax11i11 . ,
.- - 2060 fast 24tl1 Straw-t W
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Q W 4'
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C in il Q2 turn s , A 'n
STUART KHAYITS 1
1029 Dumont Avenue ,
Pros. of Official Class
486 Xlilliaunw Ax'1'nuc'
A11L'l1tl1tllL'L' Squacl Q2 UTIIISJ
SIT Sulu-lucli .fxYl'Illll'
Sm. to Nlr. 'lllllIl1llll'I
-I0 Tapst-uit Strmfm-t
199 Avnlioy Straw-t
Axsistunt. Siglit clUllSl'l'Vl1t1Ol1 Dvpt.
You would only be delaying if cmd, after all, why should you delay it? 67
742 VVyona Street
Tulane University Dentist
196 Bristol Street
Brooklyn Eng. Teaelzer
See. to Mr. Unians, See. to Mr.
Spector, Arista Tutor, Jeilersonian
DONALD LADE N '
9721 can 033 ii SY-5 X
Pratt I'rzstilliqr2f -1 e' 15-t.
x 1 Stt c t
Art Squa Ie ,oni u a
Staff? og V' Ass' ta , J
642 Hinsdale Street
Brooklyn College of Plzurnmcy
Marching Band, Oreliestra, Con-
1023 Dumont Avenue
2125 Rockaway Parkway
Hunter Conanz. Artist
527 Alalmania Avenue
Brooklyn 111-S'Ul'tlHl'L' Broker
1138 East l02nd Street
N.Y.U. History Terlelzer
Aurora Literary Stall. Aurora Art
Staff, Orelwstra. Student Patrol
gf, X 1 QQ fw fr
' ffl-1 fi' ' W 5 ,
,M 5 '
if 5 L-EQ ff '
M fl' i ' 4
., -'El 5 ff. 1.
' f , vas-
536 Essex Street
NANCY LAYN E
220 Bristol Street
Student Patrol, D.E.C.A. Club,
Liberty Bell Business Staff
738 Stanley Avenue
See. to Mr. Katz, See. to Mr.
Cuilliempe, Library Squad. See.
to Miss Ungar
559 Saratoga Avenue
Mixed Chorus C3 yearsj
660 Snediker Avenue
1503 East 9Gtl1 Street
Lilwerty Bell Statl' L2 termsl
409 Sutter Avenue
Student Patrol, See. to Mrs. lligll-
lierger. Atteudauee Olliee Q2 termsl,
E QQQQ SHARON LERNICR
Q " in ..,-- 1 518 Pennsylxxrliia Avenue
.- N 'i" C.C.N.Y. Legal Stenogruplier
TLS 5. TI Arista tl YUl11'i. Service Couneil
x .Q tl yearl. Vice-Pres. of Official
2' Claws 42 it-rinsb, Co rap. of GR
X ,xr g.i if '.:. X
There are so many wonderful things after graduation.
college, business and brand new exciting horizons.
T1 Amboy Street
Arista, Service Council, Arlmitration
Court judge, Managing Editor of
the Liberty Bell
G95 Linwood Street
Swim Team Capt., Lifeguard in
Pool. Stutlent Patrol
LYDIA LEYEXSON I L
661-Brr1clford,Streetzf ' t I I
Broolclyn , ' c Sff'7'L'lLlI'll
Seccto Qffr. f-Sclrallul l terms W, Stu-
lcleut Patrol. Servicc Council, Sec.
to Mrs. Anker -ei ternrsy, A C-
12-'30 Errst lllfncl Street
SCC. to Rliss Xxllftll
1919 81-t Sffccl
4' W ,W
309 Shcffrerlcl Awfnuc
Bellevue Nursing Srlrnnl Num'
Editor-In-Clrifft of uJf'll4'I'N'llIlllll,H
SCC. to Alf. LIIHAIIN. S1-rg. ff: Airs,
Frankel, St'I'XlL'l.' Council
285 Cozinc .AYf,'lI11f,'
620 Snediker Avcnuc
E X E
sw' ssi s ities?
5: iiiff ,
1 K A I
V 4 T7 "' c.
hr- It 'X
AV' ,ik K
A It K
'U' A ,
' I x
12 S cz 5
x All t
X ,W 0
W M .y 1 'iff' A'
5 - ,
Graduating isn't the endp it's just the beginning.
563 Powell Street
Bio. Assistant, Gym Assistant,
v ' -sw ,li fe' ff
',l.f4 55:-"A L "X-L C
1 8 O. l on
-fc: L w' into f
129 Amboy Street
495 l'It'gL'lIltll1 Avcnuc
Arista, Scrvicc Council, Orchestra
12 tcrmsj, Dance Class
HoBERT LEVY I r
464 f Dc YVitt, Avcnue ,X l '
1 5 Y -V ,gi J Sfllesnrrzzkyiffyfl
l I F 4 ' 1 . f lf" A f
cm' X' F, ffl ' c Qfiiftf
, , ,
f, H:f5f57g24V R fwrf
t wb' L' L' ' -J -, f ,
' 45" ,-CULZLW
-IUIJITLI LEXYIS .
li-15 Eustcrn Parkway
Sr. Lcuclcrs, Stutlcut Putrol, Scc.
of SR, Scrvicc Council
1480 Eastern Pmluvay
245 Xvtlftlllllll Avcnuc
V0 Iironklgfn Legal Sfunogruplrer
" 1 J ,f ,2
gggfjf .1 CLLAL if Liflfig 4
E H 5 4 ,
1487 St. -lolms Plncc
fltllllllllllll Collcqqc' of Plmrnzucy
579 Alabama Avenue
Brooklyn RG-S'L'fll'l'll Scicfntist
C1 . S l Pa l LU, f
1Dt tuc ent
MELVIN LIEBE 'MA ' A
273 Buffalo Avtlmw
107-O2 Farragut Road
Arista lHead of Tutoringl, letter-
sonian lassoc. editorl, Aurora,
1614 St. Iohns Place
660 Hegeman Avenue
PHYLLIS SUE LIPSCIIUTZ
320 VVyona Street
Plattsburglz State Teaclzers College
Sec. in Attendance Othcc C2 yrs.J,
Student Patrol, Sec. in Senior Ot-
fice, Service Council
449 New Lots Avenue
Com. College Eleclricnl Tcclz.
Student Patrol, Sec. to Mr. Tut-
nauer, Ticket Sales
W.. ..,: in
1 A - ,- ,,..,-.4
. .,, W 2 ,V '
X CVS " W
, I, , 1,41 M
I X AW
4 'W I
711 New Jersey Avenue , A, S'
Brooklyn Scientist Q 'i'
Sec., Concert Band and Orchestra, Qi, ,i
Service Council Q2 ternisj, Arista, S, E
Student Patrol '1: ':':': x r' 5
JEROME HERRYD LUDGIN
1570 East l02nd Street
Brooklyn College of Pharmacy
113-65 201st Street, Queens
654 VVatkins Street
588 Alabama Avenue
Sec. for Eng. Office ll terml.
Orchestra C3 termsl, Dance Band
468 Ashford Street
282 Van Siclen Avenue
95 llerll Street
215 Snodikcr Avenue
Tcaclzcr of Pl1y.s-ical Education
Student Patrol C3 tcrmsl, Football
Team Q2 years?
70 "And so for the days spent in Jefferson, you will always have the memories."
635 Hendrix Street
Girls Chorus Q2 terrnsl, Xlixed
Cl1OfUS ll terlul. Student Patrol
L2 t91'1HSl. Sec. for Health Educa-
tion Dept. L1 yeurl
5-12 Ylhrwieli Street
590 Osborn Street
Student P.itrol 12 terinsl
V168 lunius Street
P.M. Pres. Council , N.
Stolin. Treats. of SM
T-1-1 Sclienclf Axf-nm-
C.C.N.Y. Clicmitul ltillflllffl
Baseball Te-Jilin 13 wnirv
113 Blzrlifr .'AX'lfI'llll'
Com. Cnllrfgc Elutrifnl Tull.
395 Livonia Avenue
448 Elton Street
Sec. to Mr. Tutnauer
fha 1 Z
79 Legion Street
ELI ORE MATLIN'
106 A urloey Street
Alfred University Artist
Sec. tri Dr. Klein K6 terrnsl, Sec. to
Mrs. Gusts CRecord Office 2 ternisl.
Student Patrol Officer, Sec. to Mrs.
2851 Blulfc Avenue
S.C.A.I., Lilurury Stuff C236 ycarsl
Council, Sec. Stuff H235 yeursj
560 XYilliauus Avenue
Ifootlmll Varsity 43 yenrsl, Base-
lmll Yursity ll yeurj
1816 Purk Place
Sec. to Dr. Sutlow UQ yearl
5:33 New Jersey Avenue
220 Bristol Street
liugutlios C2 teriusl, Service Coun-
cil QS terinsl, Leaders C4 terinsj,
Lilmlry Squad ll ternil
387 Vvlllldlllb Ax enuc,
Broolxlifn I Caclztr
Arlstr Strx ice Council Pres
Counul 1 WGIIS Set V ve lr
94 V A 5 ' 'V - 1 s
Q" V, :L ' -' c ,rt if -. c Q
"That's it exactly, Mr. Holmes," she cried and immediately replaced
the seal in the closet.
267 Osborn Street
Pflflf' In.s'tifute Teuelzer
Football QI yearj, Student Patrol
1248 Blake Avenue
Library Squad ll terinj, Student
Patrol C2 terms?
701 Linwood Street
Capt. Student Patrol C235 yearsj,
Service Council, Dance Band, Con-
430 Sheffield Avenue
Service Council, Attendance Office.
660 Hegelnan Avenue
354 Pennsylvania Avenue
Meclieul Lab. Teclmieian
100-1 Eastern Parkway
-164 Miller Avenue
Oberlin Guizlrznee Cozlmellor
Editor-In-Chief of '4LilJerty Bell,"
Arista, Service Council
'M' 311 ,,., 431
, E we W 31 M
'tif f' 5 WW V JM,
f x l li.-
. . . er ll
I turned to Holmes
463 Pennsylvania Avenue
485 Howard Avenue
656 Slieflield Aveune
508 Heglnan Avenue
See., Student Patrol, Medical Office
Staff, Liberty Bell
619 Barbey Street
Bellemze Sclzoolfof Nursing
Aurora Rep., Service Council
449 Slietlield Avenue
Basketball Team Q12 vearsd Student
Patrol L2 terinsl
-IHS lloxvartl Avenue
J5tlli'l1Llill1k'L' Olliee See.
LINDA L. MILLER
528 Cleninore Avenue
Leaders. Q2 ternisl, Student Patrol,
See. to Mrs. Berger
, "Excellent reasoning," I exclaimed.
266 Riverdale Avenue
9623 Cliurcli Avciniv
Soc. in Pool
597 Bl'LlCl1'U1'L1 Strect
593 Hoxurrgl Axfxnm-
Arista. Serviw Council Buustcrs.
I-1-17 East 955th Struct
557 B0c1i.n'vay .5kY1'I1l1l'
Brfmkfyn Hl,',U1fSfCf1'II Xrzlw
Boosters 1212 ymirx J. Stuclwnt limtrwl
12 ycarsl XIICK'-IjI'l'S. 41 xi-.l1'1.
Aurora Rcp,. Clmrm
537 Alalnnnu ,'5xYf'I'lUl'
.. A ' ' 1
tx SL- X qjfxxixw
W 5 li :,,
':" in I 1 I If
I Q, ' W
"" 1 'za 4:
I -Si' ,ng
Com. Collage' Buycr
Gym Sec., Stuclflnt Patrol . wp 4
SHEI A . nor Zmnyf V
106 asf 10' Strcct f' 1, f
Execzgcrefary V I , I
eadcr: eg nts er irrnnit- 4 H0 ,ii fi
ee. 'cial Clasyga . KI tffI'Il'l51, A f ,gyms
' 'ice Co . 1 "
X Jr , I ,f f
I li W
"Elei enfary, my dear Watson," was all he said . .
9-17 Sutter Avenue
Band C3 yeursj, Dance Band 11
ye-url, Orchestra C1 ycnrj, Murch-
ing Band 13 yeursb
-120 Shcfficld Avcnuc
i60 XY' Iii S Avi-nu K
Bwwkly Astrunm 1Cr
S11llll'III lztrn 1 rsl
. c .
snuu JN f1-Z!
II H11-XRD BIOSESM. .
2156 Linclcn B0ll1E'Y1lI'Ql
H34 Blnkc .'xX'K'I1llL'
Stunlcnt Putrul, Assistant Sight
Cmiscrxailimn D1-pt., Scrvicc Coun-
cil, Svc. tu Mrs. L. Sllupiro
2871 Fuln-r 'll-rrucc, Fair Rockaway
1"f1.wl1im1 llwfifllfl' uf Tcclznnlogy
Lilncrly Ba-ll Business Stuff, 12
ti-rnisj, Student Patrol 12 tcrinsj
591 XY1111LlIllS Avcnuc
limnstcr C4 tcriusl, Capt. 12
tr-rnnsl, Pri-S. of S.C.A.1., Service
Council 14 tcrnisj, C.O. Council
581 Xvytlllll Stn-ct
457 Hillsdale Strcet
Brooklyn Mczlical Stcnogruplzer
Attendance Ollice Squad, Student
Patrol, Aurora Art Staff
600 Powell Street
N.Y.U, Blue Printer
433 Dumont Avenue
943 Duinont Avenue
Dance Class Sec. Sz President's
Council QI yearl, S.C,A.I., Cheer-
leaders C3 termsl
616 Belmont Avenue
Brooklyn Electrical Engineer
700 VVyona Street
600 itno ' value
t.1. . 1' Tcxtil De' iw-
rt 'c ad, 5 ' iian Staff
, 1 '
758 Miller Avenue
Sec. to Mr. Cantor Q2 terrnsl, Red
I SANDRA OSTROFSKY
it M I A 185 Wortman Avenue
Q ' A C A C.C.N.Y. Chemical Engineer
, Dj, if Arista, Arbitration Court Judge,
Sec. to Mr. Epstein, Service Coun-
I ,t f - V. eil -.
594 Barbey Street
a 519 Barlvey Street
9 , if
I V Q
.,V, 519 Barbey Street
N ,.....l, Z
A Brooklyn Accountant
AS 745 VVyona Street
m 5: Leaders C2 yearsj, Kagathos Q1
W, yearl Official Class Pres. QI yearl
758 Bradford Street
Student Patrol, Attendance Oliice,
I Liberty Bell Circulation Stall, Sec.
We i, to Mr. Steinberg L2 terms?
1000 Dumont Avenue
A 4553 NV1lllill1lS Avenue
. . .THE END
608 Ieron e Street
Hnudlgul lferiiii Q2 yCilQ'Sl
LIXDA PAZOFS KY
-192 Tliatford Ax viiuc
SGC. to Mrs. Cwlclstciil, Stl1LlL'IlI
T55 HQ-iiclrix Strt-vt
Arista. Serviut- Cniiiiuil. Auruixi
Xcw -ligrwy Ax wriiiv
-139 XYyona Strfsfft
l6l7J IDl1tl'i1t1l'1 AKVIHII
580 Stanley Avenue
Liberty Bt-11 Sportwritn-r 4 4 tvriiiv.
651 Alabama Avenue
Sec. to Mrs. Dickmuri, Library
pgs 53' S
N r 4.
.132 . , 3
ilk x W
i avi f
'. -fa' 'C'
A I - if
ISI5 Eastern Parkway
IIAHVEY PINES, i. I I '
G04 BI'kld.l.Ol'Cl Street V X3 My
'I7.C.N.Y. ' Financibr "
Si-iwic-v Cloiifit-il, Progruni Com.,
N. Y. Tiiiu-s Distributor, Radio
SHT Nvw -ll'l'Sl'j' Au-11110
245 Cuyiiic Aw-iirrt'
Stiicla-nt Patrol, Arista
DORIS JOYCE IJOLLACK
T110 lfuulicl Au-mic
.llillvr S042 School
Si-i'x'it-v Cmiiicil, StllClL'llt Patrol,
ll. lf. Lt'1lQll'l'S, Svc. to IXIIS. IIigl1-
' ' L LLL-o J.,
aura y1fo15Lme-'- Q Q '
X .. i ,IlIlll'lI'BlmlEWQl'V Q-LLQLR v'k.
3 uw' X. 3C'1Ln'f
IHPI uv- -,7llS' -
44 Zlzkfilcfrs I 116 yLai1'slfSv,QL,blrlildhl.' 55"
'. Arist:'r'lH7F xvfwirs , Sc-rxicv C l 1 "l 4
" Q,-ytpgrh ,ibm
I w -.a-Jvs.Y""+""- S'
QR '- 'guy M0 , .. sk
A 'kk ,
ANATOI, I. POPOVICII :ik Hi
379 Xll'l'IlIllIlI Strom-I
Truck 'll-qiiii, Stiitlciit Patrol
1670 Stcrliiig lJl1lL'l'
Svc. in English D1-pt., Soc to Mrs.
109-60 111th Street
555 Christopher Avenue QQ ,ix
Brooklyn Drmcc Iiistriacfor
Service Council lScrihe 3 terinsl,
Leaders Q4 tt'I'l1lSl, Boosters' 45
tennsl, Hostess Club C3 ternisl
1319 East N. Y. Ave? lmgx
435.1-7! " cfcwicmry
375 Blake Avenue
Brooklyn Legal Sll0ll0,Ql'Ilj?l1CI'
Service Council 42 tGI'l11Sl, Boogt-
CTS C4 t6'Tl11Sl, Hostess Cluh l2
ternisl, Senior Council
1593 Prospect Plucc
1351 Eastcm Parkway
I L X
H: 'I ,
.. H X if
788 Blake Avenue
ALLEN RABI?VV!y1' 7
. 1 . O r
l 7, ji
if ,f C LL
A - swf
CEHA LD HABINOXVITZ
538 Cr-orgiu Avenue
C.C.N.1', Public Relations
in ff Concert and Marching Band, Stu-
' " 'l dent Patrol C2 tcrnisj, English Of-
Eifik ' .
XT" ' hcc fucle
178 Shcfficlcl Avenue
A ,,,,,, A C.C.N.Y. Bookkeeper
t 1- S ..,,,. C, 6 5
I ri 4'-ay'
LEONA RAMOS -1 A 'Ri C
630 Barbey Street A'Q'Q'JN
M Hunter llIHl'l1Cl7lf1lfClHl1'ib
W 1 Leaders, Service Council. Kaga- ak
,. jf thos Treas. of Leaders
7l3fx:.vt,L,k 'M -
if 1 Q , ,V-.X
f 'Q l
610 Snccliker Avenue
Sec. to Dr. Klein, Mixed Chorus.
Student Patrol, Service Council
J I A -IUDITII HATINETZ
LQEONA. I UBVIS ' 328 Atkins ,'xYC11llC
'LS Marlon Strut I V -if ' 5 ""'- Brooklyn Private SL't'l't'flII'U
I ' N""'9l"S 5"ll""l ,- Hx ' 06 'l'xx'i1'lc1's L4 tcruisl, Service Coun-
SPC' ff' Mrs' Sffwktofls 1'f'e"P1'f'H- ' ' , cil K3 tcrinsl, Orcliestrai lil tcrlnsl.
Ui 7DD nge ' Y Senior Conn -il
JUDY QUAST MICLYYN HEBACK
1166 Clexnnorc Aw-nur Q . ' T05 Ccorgiu Avenue
, N ' A Brooklyn Jlulli. Tl'lIC'l1J.'l'
11" fl P'
Qc ww :QE N..
K A 6
677 XVntkins Street
Arista. Concert Band. Q2 ycursl,
Concert Ol'L'l1ttSt1'Ll L1 ycni'l, Surv-
1570 East Iofllxl 5tl'l'l't
Lilwerty Bt-ll Bnsint-as Stull' tl tt-rinl
131 Slivllfivltl Au-iitiv
Kt17lXtI.S Stuff CNHll5fII'I'l1fil7l1iXf
-ISI I.iXoiii.i .'XXt'I1lYlI.'
Orclivxtrn. ,'lktlff'I'ICltlllLlA Offiu'
599 Vllitliiin Strvfrt
Com. College Izitcrprcltfr
-162 Uvilliiuiis .'xYl'I'1114'
Servicwf Coiincil. CLO. Coiinnil. Stu-
dent Patrol Q4 lf'I'IIlNl. liootlmll
Team 17 tvnml
1-1-16 Grafton Strret
Pan Arnc'ric-an Clulu. Biiskr-tbull
Club K2 yetirsl, Tennis Club fl
ycurj, Sec. to Bliss Slmpiro
1590 East New York Avenuc:
m X Q ' up Q
,F xx X
,. K., ,
' wwf 3.
1 W. ..
f I :-
X !,, V,
567 Hendrix Strcet
528 llinscliilc Strcn-t
Arista, Scwicu Council, P1'og1'11ni
clll1lllNlfftJO, kIl'fl:l'I'Sl7ll12l1l lX1l1QilZ1I'lC
T533 Vain Sit-li-n Au-inic
Folia' Avurlvmy Defvcfive
Stncln-nt Patrol, Iliinclbzill T6-mn
271: XYUTUIILIII Aw-nilc
Sw. to Mrs. llanclt-linun
573 Sziriitogil Aw-rails'
llzitlio Xlbrksliop, Stiiclc-nt Patrol,
1411 Liiiclvii Bo vvurt
l'1l'4J?dllIlc:l?fGL'f' o urinary
7"f7'of L6 Plzurn1ru'i.s't
2055 Rockuwiiy Parkway
FII-81114111 lnstilizte of TC'C'f1ll0IU,QU
Svc. to Bliss XVilgurtl, Pres. of
SDD, Stntlunt Patrol, Presidents
33534 Vtfilliiuns Avvnuc
llruzivr Medical Social 1'V0l'k6T
Arista K3 tr-rnisj, Swrvicc Council
63 tcrmsj, Cliiincclloi' of Kagutlios
C3 tt-rmsj, L1-iitlt-rs 15 tvrnisj
645 Shepherd Avenue
Library Squad, Chorus
503 Howarcl Avenue
Brooklyn. N arse
567 East 108th Street
C.C.N.Y. Bu.s'ineSs Executive
754 NVyona Street
Kansas State Veterinrzriun
Capt. of Student Patrol
518 Saratoga Avenue
Attendance Office C3 termsj
624 Glenmore Avenue
Arista, Service Couneil, Math
Tearn, Liberty Bell, Copy Editor
. ng 1
U rg. ,f
4' . ,
, , ,
Sf- -WW 4
ff 5, ,de w
733 Snecliker Avenue A, 4' is
SCl'l'C'fllI'ff I 'f f' ,
Swimming Pool Aitle, Student VV 5 2 ss.: Q
Patrol, Infirmary Asst. ,Z Q ie'
FRANCINE ROTEMAN N
1035 Clarkson Avenue
Eastern Selzool PlIlf.S'iL'flIIl-S' Aids .. zlleclieul Il-S'SlSflllll an ,Q D i, .
Student Patrol KS terinsj 5 4-fi. HP
' O ,
K l x 5 I
352 Hopkinson Avenue
SP C2 yearsl, Captain, Sec. to
Mrs. Zussman 8: Mr. Amster
347 Pennsylvania Avenue
Arista, Service Council, Kagathos
K2 yearsj, Aurora staff
1,647 Park Place
Switchboard Operator C3 yearsl
367 Miller Avenue
Baseball C3 yearsj
14.2. eff' , QT 'i- Zeb.,
.X Lkflt -1i,g.f'1lfJ
JOHN RUBINATE ' J '
588 Chester Street fj5"5497'v'-
-101 Jerome Street
See. to Mr Raskin, Orchestra, Stu-
dent Patrol, Gym Seeretary
FAY RUBINSVFEIN 1' '
-H2 Sehenelt Aveimxlrem
.l ' - ' Private lSqerefary
Seryil'e Comrncfil K4 !TCl'lllS", Pres.,
LdnleigjAtfeuclnmee Ofliee Arista
f . .
lllCl,AlN.-X Nl. RUDD
562 Linxxoorl Street
Mixed Chorus QS Terinsl
HERBERT IRA RUDICH
602 New Lots Avenue
Lilmuy Squaul, Stutlcut Patrol
-50 AYOITIHLIII :XYCllUC
Swimming Team ti j't'L11'Sl
T5-l Saulcrurm Strt-vt
Prw. Count-il tl A't'l11'l. St-uiur
7300 XYortmtm Avenue
T98 Hflndrix Strf,-ct
SP. Capt. r 3 ymtrw
ESTELLE SAC! IS
6-D2 ljf-1'rmylX.mm Aw mul
Bnmkfrfn Ltgjflf 511 nffllfllffnf
IJI'IjS, Cltlllllbll. Avt. hr Xlrx.
XIARILYX SACKOXX ITZ
579 Miller Axrlrruc-
Auditor ot' I,ilnfrt'y Btrll Stull, Stu-
clc-nt Patrol Ui yr.2
1872 Strztuw Strcrt
Stutlcnt Patrol, 'AriStu
,X wt V
fl -, 1451644 W X
xl ,, X
6 , TC ..
, we Q ,AZN
Q 17, 'J'
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27 X 41
1, ., I .
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A f' 7
f' My f 'S
W j ,Jw , .
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1215 Eustttrn Parkway
Amplificr Squad, Student Patrol,
677 Essc-X Street
Brfmlclyn Civil Erlgirwcr
lil l,ixunizn Avcullc'
Wil East lf!-lth Struct
fi-ll! Strmlt-5' Ave-nut'
HlllYNtl'l'5 45 Tcrms J, Capt. Hostess
fllllll 15 'l't'I'lllS,l, Yict'-Pros. SCAI
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T211 llinstlatlt' Strvvt
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Huustt-rs Cl ycurj, Svni
S.fI.A.I. Cl yt-url, Aurora Stuff
25 Lcgicm Street
HARVEY SCIIEINBERC W,
346 Lott AX'C11llL1 1'
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286 Sn1'1lil41-r Avenue
Student Patrol Capt. 11 ye-url,
CPres. 2 ycursj, GO. Council C115
yearsl, Pros. of Off. Class 12
yearsj, R011 Cross R1-11, 1135 ycursl
758 Stanlvy Avenue
C.C.N.Y. Afunzif' En,gine1'r
807 S1'l11'n1-lc Avenuv
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554 Ashford Street'
Twirlers C3 termsl, Pres. of Off.
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13111 term lf
767 Eustc-rn P11rkw11y
Class r17l'K'2lS. of 81'
777 lCllS1II'1'I1 Purlcwny
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LAXVRENCE A. SCHNEIDER
T39 Miller Avenue
Com. Col. Draffszrzan
728 Nvw Jersey A1'1'1111e
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-176 Iunius Street
Boosters C4 termsl, Mixed Chorus, ,I
Attendance Office A
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20-15 Rockaway Purkwuy
Arista. li ternisl, Serviee Count-il
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Baud K4 teruisl. Senior Couneil
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CAROL SCIIXYARTZ AM
IU2 Christopher Averure- 'fs I W '
Aurora Art Sttrti. See. in Gym 12 If-l fx A Tw'
terrm P. See. to Nliw Niilqurd. See L, X,
in Irrfirrnrrry' M' I "
W ,F V
T93 Hendrix Street X
228 New Lots Axrmie I
Stuclf-nt Patrol. See. to Xlr. L'in.uw.
See. to 5tl1 Ex fitli Ofl. fjluss. At-
1640 Sterling Pluec- f
Brrmlclyn P.s'yf'l1r1lugixl M. f 4 I
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ELLIOTT SCOLNICK ,
597 Bristol Street 'lf
Sclzoul of Visual Arts VAA' , X
Commercial Artis! f l' """
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12315 Eastern Parkway
See. in Gym C3 termsj, Aurora Art
580 Chester Street
Stuclent Patrol fl yeurl, Liberty
Bell L2 yenrsj, Attendance Oltiee,
TTI XVilli:uns Avenue
GG Powell Street
Brooklyn Legal SvlCIlIlgl'fl1IllCI'
See. to Mr. Certner
SSS AYXUIIRI Street
lfil Bllllzllo AX't'lIlll'
505 New jersey Avenue
AVRY IRA SIIATZ
53716 Cypress AX't'IlI,l6, Seal Cute
Nj .U. Al'l'UllHlllllt
786 Miller Avenue
Student Patrol Q1 vt-ark, Library
Switchboard C1 yeark, Arista
512 Georgia Avenue
Biology Lab Monitor
51:2 Georgia Avenue
Sports Ed. Lib. Bell C1 yearj,
Reporter Lib. Bell Q2 vearsi
392 Miller Avenue
Track Team K1 yearj
195 Cozine Avenue
Student Patrol, Lunch Room Squad
1297 East New York Avenue
546 Hopkinson Avenue
651 Snedilcer Avenue
Student Patrol, See to Mrs. Solow
Leaders, Service Council
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722 New Jersey Avenue
Claremount Executive Secretary
Sec. to Mr. Katz, Infirmary See.,
Health Ed. Leader, Table Tennis
7539 Sheffield Avenue
Orchestra, Concert Band, Dance
Band, Marching Band
527 Hendrix Street
Library Squad, Lunch Room Pa-
trol, Attendance Office Squad
S19 Saratoga Avenue
Brooklyn Speech Tlreropist
See. Guidance Dept., Sec for Girls
Infirmary, Kagathos, Service Coun.
257 East -15th Street
Brooklyn Executive Secretary
Sec. to Dean of Girls, Attendance
942-I Avenue B
.' 'X sylxania Avenue
Vrni 'yn Flrysivist
il k:l'LliilOIl Street
213 East 95th Street
Attendance Squad C-I IGIIHSD. Stu-
dent Patrol L2 tcrnisj
STANLEY SIMON A
1550 East 102nd Strcct
CAROLE gixcma f
190 XVortnian Avenuc
SBTUUHUII ' ' Iczicliur
EPres. Council C1 ctcnnj,-Stutlcnt
Patrol ii temrsi, Sic. to Mr.
Sliapiro 11 fcrinl. Aurora Staff
S5-1 Ashford Street
31 Chester Street
Sec. to Minn XYirtli
10-1 Grafton Street
ELLEN .s1'rox1ER '
East Qgtli vstrrvt
:Brooklyn I 741,111 lim
IBUOSEEIS C4 tcri'o5l, flirlb Clioruw
INg4Il16'I'JfI1Sj, Service Council Q2
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518 Pennsylvania Avenue
Brooklyn N Doctor
1210 Sutter Avenue
Student Patrol, Library Squad
S HENRY SKORR
275 Ncw -Icrscy Avenue
u , GLORIA SLUTSKY
A- , Tl Aniluoy Strcct
Z. 1 New Puff: Teacher
' 4 ILO. Council Rcp. Q2 ycarsj, Lib-
IIVL it A crty Bt-ll Erlitor Q2 ycarsj, S.C.A.I.
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' I ARTHUR SMITH
167 Xt-wport Strcct
Brooklyn IIVIICI Lawyer
,Q Clit-in. Lab. Asst., Bio. Lab. Moni-
. I LANYIIENCE SMITH
lk , G52 Blakc Avcnuc
- 0 Brooklyn
'- Biology Dt-pt. Q5 ICTIHSD
4412 Bristol Struct
Coin. Col. Engineer
M, 62.0. Hcp, L2 tc-rnisl, Off. Class
-Mic ELLE SNYDER
1 510 Ilowarcl Avcnuc
5 :2 Brooklyn Teacher
M of ' A ' OH. Class Pres. C1 ycarl, Liberty
17 J Br-ll Q2 ycarsl, Aurora, Scrvic
f Council '
Q r" 2
-185 Esscx Street
Arista C3 tcnnsj, Scrvicc Council
W K3 tcrmsj, Program Com. CG
tcrinsj, S.C.A.I. Q4 tcrnisl
r v-,vit 9105 Rockaway Parkway
WJ, J F-Brooklyn. Teacher
ervice Council Q3 termsj, Vice
- es. Q1 termj, See. Presidents,
't""'-'V' Council QS termsj, Roosters Q-I
A t msj, S.C.A.I. Q4 termsl
. jf-A, SYLVIA SOLOMON
574 Ralph Avenue
4l"l'i :ri SlLL'llUgI'lllIlll'lA
0.4.1 Sec. to Mrs. Monahan, Mrs. Safran
M X I Sz Mrs. Zack, S.P.
-dw EDYTHE SOLOWITZ
I 665 Alabama Avenue v
H :C X Bookkceiner
1 Student Patrol, Sec. for Accounting
rZ'ly.v-4 . Dept.
25 Legion Street
Student Patrol, Liberty Bell Busi-
1690 President Street
Lunch Room Patrol, Liberty Bell
Business Staff C3 termsj, Service
144 Clenlnore Avenut
MARTIN SPAHBER 2,
455 East 92nd Street '
MARCIA SPATZ '
187 Blake Avenue
Boosters C2 yearsj. Arista, Hostess
Club ll yearj, Senior Class Sec.
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732 Snediker Avenue
669 Pennsylvania Avenue
Vice Chancellor Of Kagathos, Serv-
ice Council, Leaders, Student
59335 Shore Parkway
Agric. and Tech. Institute at
Ffll'fIlfl1,!llllIL' Poultry Farmer
Handball t2 ycarsj, Student Patrol
1245 Eastern Parkway
Sec. to Mr. Lesser C5 termsj
767 Hendrix Street
Football C2 vearsb, Pres. of 6th
term, Baseball Q1 vearl
T75 New Lots Avenue
SP. Officer. C.O. See. Q6 termsl.
Sec. to Mr. Clark
453 Sliellield Av enne
.llmilmtlfln School of .llusie
Orch. Q3 vearsl, Service Council
13 U'I'11lSl, Student Patrol Q2
termsl. Attendance Monitor tl
T21 Yan Sielen Avenue
B"fH'kflll1 Speeelz Tlzerupisf
VllNY1l'lC1'S Q5 ternisl, Co-Capt. Q2
termsl. ostess Club Q2 tennsl,
Service C. ieil 53 terms?
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I-50 CIIQAKVT Street
Trms. of Closs SN
544 Elton Strat-t
Brooklyn Airlim' SfC'lL'lll'!1L'NS
Capt. HI CI'lL'fffI','glfI1'fN. Smgrxiuf
C1ll1fIL'II. CI'lllfI1N. S.fQ.:X.I.
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I35 Lf.-:ion btrfct
Brffolcfyn Lulu! SIf'Ilf'!I'llIlllfl
Stuclfgnt Iiltrwl -I tfrmf, Ciirls
Clmrlh '5 I4'1'I1IS'. I'rfAs. C11llll4.II
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DAVID II. STEHX
9011 DIIIIIIIIII Awfrnu-
Hrooklyn ,Ilcfzfifrzf Hcsrsflnlz
Arista Tutor K4 t4-rmsy, fIIlflIfIIlilll
of Arista IIAIIUJIIHLI CflI'l1lIlIIIf'f'
Svrxjcc Cmlncil, Aristgl 14 IWTIIISI
CARRIE STEVENS f
1570 East IU21'1cI Str'-vt
Ijrrzsidents' CIUIJUCII, S.C.A.I. 522
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345 New Jersey Avenue
Mimeograph Squad C2 yenrsj
T63 East 108th Strc-ct
569 East 86th Strm-t
Asst. Sight Cmm-1'vutio11 Dept.
625 Ilfmwurd AX'L'I1llG
Com. Col. Hotel Manager
Pres. of OH. Class, Chem. Lab.
215 XYHIAIIIIAUI AYUIIIIC
Boostvrs 13 turmsl, Scrviu- Coun-
cil, Aurora Stuff, S.C.A.I. Q73 tc-rms?
T44 S-lL'IxlllLlIl Strvvi
Svc. lu XIII BL'k'I'il'll5II'IIl, CILISS SCC.
.5416 Cvu1'giu FXYVIIIIL'
Class Trms of SL., Class Pu-s. of
ffl. :mtl 5U
ITS5 Linclr-11 Bmxlm-vnrd
1233 Eastern Parkway
Corflancl Stale Teziclzeits' College
Student Patrol C1 ycarjk Gym
Leaders C1 tennj, Wfork for Mrs.
1458 Saint johns Place
Brooklyn College of Plmrmacy
438 Vermont Street
630 Stanley Avenue
Senior Council, Official Class Sec-
retary C1 yearl
1000 Dumont Avenue
Arista fC112l11'11'121T1 Arista Tutoringj,
Program Com. C3 yearsj, Capt.
Math Team C2 yearsl
BEVERLY TEMAN "
646 Bradford Street
Cooper Union Engineer
Arista C2 ycarsj, See. Program
Committee C255 ycarsi, Math Team
4135 yearsj, Service Council C2
375 Blake Avenue
Service Council, Student Patrol
N zz rs c
265 Rochester Avenue
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188 Malta Street
643 Wyona Street
Arista i2 termsb, Math Team C3
termsj, Ott. Class Pres. l2 termsl
424 Livonia Avcnuc
194 Court Street
772 Shepherd Avenue
1490 St. Johns Place
Capt. Track Team
T63 Cleveland Street
281 Dumont Avenue
Attendance OtHce Squad, Service
Council, Mixed Chorus L2 termsj,
270 Atkins Avenue
Brooklyn Social YVorkcr
Pres. of GCC, Student Pgitrol, Pres.
ROSA IRIS YALLE
1805 Pitkin Avcnue
Kings County Nursing School
Service Council Q3 tcrnisl. Lilwrury
Squad I6 tcrinsl, Pain-Anicricun
Clulv li tcrnisl
1727 Park Plucc
156 Lixoniti Ax'eni.n-
Atterid.iriL'c Office f 3 terms P. Cen-
ertil Ollite ibwitcliliorirtll. Mixed
Cliorus 42 tcrrns M Student Patrol
1 2 terms v
558 Vermont Street
Brooklgm .Vutli Tcarlicr
Corresponding Sec. of Aristri. Scri-
ice Council 14 t"l'lllS'. Aurorii
Stuff. XI.itl'i T+:tirn
297 Dumont Aufnliv-
Com. Col, Lfilz, Tnflinivirizi
302 Cla-riiiiore Avenue:
Student Patrol Oflicf-r I4 tffrmsi,
Math Tutor, Class Tiincs Rep. 8tli
340 Hopkinson Avenue
Com. Col. Buyer
Aurora Rep., Student Patrol l2
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A it 4. Leadel: 'LQQI 21250, Sec. ofUi ' ra-
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K im' ..,, f y f iber l ell
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123 Nostrand Avenue
f f Bookkeeper
:,E, x ll' Lcutlcrs C335 yeursl, Kugatlios C1
.gm ,f VI I Z ycnrj, Sec. Pres. Council, Orcli.
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361 Nlillcr Avenuc
Scrvicc Council, Sec. to Grade Ad-
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T6-I East 105th Street
Cliorus CXIixcdl C3 yeursl, Radio
.IEHHY WEIXE A Nq,Qx.1.f0
620 V- iiriiit lt!
-'32-I BI'llilillll'Ql Strci,-t
Scrxici- Council. Mutli Team,
T58 Bi'ucltortl Strcet
527 Hopkinson Avenue
609 Euclid Avenue
83 New Lots Avenue
Fclslzion Institute of Teclmology
See. to Mr. Robbins, Student Pa-
trol, Ietfersonian Art Staff
2125 Rockaway Parkway
Pres. of Dramatic Club, Service
Council, Sec. in Speech Dept.,
Pres. of Off. Classes 15th and 7th
1579 Lincoln Place
Com. Col. B1l.s'ine,s's Aclnzinisfrfltor
737 Miller Avenue
Arista C4 ternisb, Girl Leader,
Serviee Council C3 ternisl, Copy-
Editor of the Liberty Bell Cl
ternij, G.O. Council QI termj
2156 Linden Boulevard
Com. Col. Legal Scmrctury
Arista, Service Council, See. in
Grade Advisers Off., Sec. to Dr.
737 Sncdiker Avenue
Student Patrol ll yeark, Gym Sec.
3917 Hinsdale Street
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L-31569 insdale Stree
6530 Stanley Avenue
668 Sheffield Avenue
Brooklyn College of Pharmacy
481 Van Buren Street
Pace C .P.A.
1590 East I02nd Street
Long I.s-land University journalist
Liberty Bell Staff
MARILYN XVHITE A
S .t Mr. u a d ,Pa-
675 Bradford Street
N.Y.U. AHS and Crafts Tcaclzcr
Sec. in Cyin
659 Powell Street
llllitllilllll Bus. Admin.
Football Team gi ycarsj
972 XIIIIIILIIIIS Avcnuc
lI"f'4'lfl!l11 Art TCl1CllCl'
Drum Corps lCo-Capt.D, Jeffer-
sonian Art Stall, Art Squad
-110 Christopher Avenue
Student Patrol Q2 tennsl, Library
Squad Q2 terinsl, Band Q3 ternisj
582 East 51st Street
Arista Tutor. Red Cross Rep.
661 Xllitliins Street
Kings County IIox-pitul School
of Nuriing Xxzrzve
Lilirnry Squntl. Student Patrol,
Mixed Chorus l 3 terins J. Assistant
Sight Conserxution Dept.
371 Altiliuiim .AYt'lll1L'
Attendance Oflieff. Student Patrol
12 termsu Aristit
T62 Miller Axenuf-
SHARON D. XX'Ul-l"l"
215 C1f1ZlI'lf' SANVTIIII'
Leaders. Cyn: 13 tv-rms r, Student
Patrol, See. to Xlrs. Slmpiro 13
772 Cleveland Street
Swimming Tenn: KS terinsl, Pool
Lifgguard 12 tr-rmsk, Class Pres,
FSYV, Senior Council
547 Howard Avenue
Senior Council, Student Patrol,
Presidentls Council, Service Coun-
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470 Sheffield Avenue
550 Stone Avenue
Lihmry Squad C1 yr.D, Class See.,
llenlth Eel. Service, Assistant
Sight Conservation Dept.
Q90 Blake Avenue
Cirls Chorus L5 terinsj, Orehestru
42 ternisj, Attendance Otlfiee
543 Clhnstopher Avenue
Cf.C,X.l'. Civil Engineer
Xlixetl Chorus Cl yrl, Boys Chorus
l l yr?
5531 Saxeknnln Street
5151 cllll'Sll'I' Street
l'l IILII' ZANIFT
519 Chester Street
linulish Buokromn Squad, Lihrn1'y,
See. to Dr. Sntlow, Sight cltlI1SL'I'Vll-
lion Assistant L3 ternisj
fXll'll,lNDA F. ZAVVIENVSKI
5337 Aslihntl Street
Lentlers, Cyin C6 terlnsb, Serviee
Count-il C4 ternisl. Boosters C3
ternnsi, Lihrury Aide
S32 Sutter Avenue
92-1 Stone Avenue
Pres. of TEE, Pres. Council
532 Chester Street
303 VVilliz11ns Avenue
39 Legion Street
1590 East 102nd Street
, SHEILA ZITOWSKY
, .:,. 5945 Shore Parkway
V VV ,, V A- Brooklyn Teach ef
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termsj, Service Council C3 terrnsl,
Dance Class C2 termsl
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307 Sheffield Avenue
if Student Patrol. Sec. to Mrs. Zuss-
307 Sheffield Avenue
. Brooklyn BzL9ine.s:s' Aflminisfrator
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215 Wlortman Avenue
V Brooklyn Teaclier
' Treus. of SK. Sec. TEE, Sec. to
' Mr. Umans C3 terlnsl. Student
565 Snecliker Avenue
Illinois Unit. Market Rescarclzcr
Asst. Manager of Basketball Team
312 Osborn Street
AIANXVE LL BROKAYY
-190 XVilliams Avenue
Columbia Plmrnmcy Plmrrmzcisi
S51 East 98th Street
567 Chauncey Street
461 XYilliams Avenue
ALAN DAVID GREEN
107-U2 Farragut Road
1517 Park Place
44-1 Pulaski Street
968 AY11112ll'l1S Avenue
658 Hendrix Street
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2301 Strauss Street
Com. College Dental Technician
641 XVilliams Avenue
L.I.U. Advertising Exec.
1-L11 Linden Boulevard
5-13 Hopkinson Avenue
458 Georgia Avenue
-'37 Blake Avenue
615 Sackman Street
Com. Col, F.B.I. Agent
Lunch Room Patrol, Student Pa-
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