Valley Stream Central High School - Cadet Yearbook (Valley Stream, NY)

 - Class of 1967

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Wfff- 5 Mr. Frank DeMita epitomizes involvement and interest. From Student Council to special assemblies to classroom, Mr. DeMita runs the gamut of activity. Of course, the very magnitude and diversity of his interests make him a special person, but it is his personal involvement in the student body, his unwavering dedication to Central that makes his presence indispensable. He serves not one group or one class, but, uniquely, the entire school. To Mr. DeMita-somebody to everybody- we dedicate CADET 1967. 6 MR. DEMITA ffft H rf. in , rf? ff-'ff , if . . ' - " pf: 2 'gh ff . M12 fy' ,Hi ff .1 f., ,vw . if 5' V I A1421 , 4, f ff'?'?f5g 5 ik' e L2g7?'Lf- Anvfit . . 4 .f.-fs-41 . - nfl if L ' ,L ixfiff 'i V 3, K-am' hifi 1 .7,1,.2?:a!f, . A Y .v,,4,,- . ,V , . mug, 2537, iqwhgf. 1 X, V fm-'L ,9'Ca, mag ..q-. nh DRESS DOWN DAY :P ww., f ?3Q3? shg 'luv .. SPEED' Q Llhg USA A Jvvflrif-save",-was-hx vussuxw Q ' """"""' 'H E .,. 4 If I 1 . . 'Q f ' A' . -M 'Ff- W 'I I' 'Quan s 'M .J n . 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WX "Y 8: Q wi., ' .V 9 .H 'H 'af-1 . .. - V' .. 1 -A , . , v g 4 .. ,' -n , we Km .W ,,"--,AA 4 ,,4M"...'S-'.,L.. x fl.. 'qc f-A ,f' .A ' - '.- ,- -5sr,.-,f ,, rug- H -,... ,J 1 Q gf? ' Andrew Berner SALUTATORIAN Versatility is the key to our salutatorian, Debbie Zubow. A random sampling of a few of her many titles: Girl Scout and 4-H Leader, Camp Art Instructor, Swimming Instructor, illustrates her wide range of abilities. She also is a member of National Honor Society, French Honor Society, and Astra. When this editor-in-chief of CADET is not to be found in the CADET room, chances are that she is down in the auditorium practicing the organ. Debbie was one of the highest ranking French students on Long Island in the American Association of Teachers of French contest, and was awarded a prize by that organization. Her facility in language study has led Debbie to consider this field as her tentative major at Swarthmore College next year, where she will continue her education. VALEDICTORIAN If one were to ask any member of the District Orches- tra about Andrew Berner, undoubtedly the reply would be full of enthusiasm about Andy's piano playing. This article, however, is not about Andy 'Berner, pianistg it is about Andy Berner, valedictorian. This Julliard student has the honor of attaining the highest scholastic average of the class of 1967. Excelling in the two fields of music and scholarship would be more than enough for any other person, but Andy's talents do not stop there. He is the editor-in-chief of CADET, a member of National Honor Society, Tempo, and captain of Mathletes, ranking fourth in all Nassau County. In the District Festival Concert he played Bee- thoven's Piano Concerto in C Major, a fifteen minute "tour de force". if Deborah Zubow iss Jacobson Mr. Leverich C O U N S E LO RS ADVISORS For the past three years, Miss Jacobson and Mr. Leverich have been more than mere ad- visors to the Class of '67, Through all our bouts with bankruptcy, when even the most loyal allies were ready to wring our necks in despair, they remained steadfast and true, tolerant of our financial foibles and tireless in their friendly support of all our endeav- ors, Now that we have emerged from the de- grading depths of penury, we can thankfully heave a sigh of relief in the direction of our dynamic duo, Miss Jacobson and Mr. Lever- ich. During our Central years, our guides along the pitfall-strewn paths to college and ca- reers were Miss Dodson and Mr. Hasman, our counselors, programmers, confidantes, and friends. When difficult choices, insuperable dilemmas, or just the crushing weight of school routine was suddenly too much to handle alone, our guidance counselors were al- ways there to provide the assurance that our problems weren't really all that serious, or, if they were, to tell us not to worry anyway. Through driver ed tirades and months of in- difference, program complaints and unap- preciated advice, they retained the beaming smiles and perpetual good humor that always brought us back, even if it was just to see a friendly face. If only for the fact that they were there when we needed them, we can- not thank them enough. Mr. Hasman 1 mi ,-.-..lf-- - - 55 Miss Dodson NWO X99 SENIOR COUNCIL Since entering Central, the Council of the Class of '67 has operated with a steadily as- cending degree of success. From the depths of fiscal nightmare we have come through the fruit cake fiasco, magazines, nuts, Easter eggs and the candy stand to partial solvency. We provided our predecessors with a luxu- rious promg in our one-act plays we have moved from bald failure to valiant success. Thanks to our faithful advisors, Miss jacob- son and Mr. Leverich, and this year's officers, Debbie Haber, Peter Conley, Gail Cronin, and Lois Kania, we may' eyciggraduate out of the ev me dl? AQQYV OWXQ wld if V jaflw VU? , ylf Clif NL, . Spf' Jegle f .. X ,gi , ' I Rau I S Kullmann Miss L Jacobson L Kama D Haber P Conley G Cronin Mr. W. Leverich, S. Rosenbaum Rou 2 I Cohen L Levitt H Jayson J Sahagian C OConnor S Lacoy T Anastasio, S. Dietz, T. Graben, D. Epstein, B. Mc- Row 3 C Berger D Propfe J Wishingrad L Bailey C Kolk L Schwartz S. Thompson, J. Liff, G. Malinak, B. Katz, Once again Central hon- ors its yearly ritual of elect- ing a senior girl and boy to represent "Mr. and Miss Central." By popular de- mand, Terry Anastasio and Mike Ruvolo have been chosen by the Class of '67 for this honor. MR. 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R' we 'KID 1 45 Ni 'TY' fi-' George Semos ,,si ,ix ,K 'it L- , X Many Centr lites make aclio Room. 0,0 Vojiipgyjoww 'hu Al! 4-nl Gloria Senger Natalie Seratoff Carl Shapiro 71 joel Shapiro Alice Shelley W If 1.2 .1 f if f .. fi , jf' If fly 1' 1 rs jf P 'Hear ,qTl..ff Carole Shemih Gail Sheridan Richard Shulman Paul Si6m6rS f ns f Q we he , ,: f V vi' 15" l Qty' J J ,J ' ff .,w,J, J f fir 1'-V l" -,T ff 14 if I J ff I 9 V' 1,31 1 , I l , KJ N .J , i A 1 ,J x id' x ' I A 0 FN I v xi ilvf . X VH X X jx J J fl V uf r NV 7 4 l N J' IJ XJ 5 wj Q 1 'lj l Theresa Skidmore Barbara Slavin 'TI7 Smith as if Christine Smith 9 all ww if--V 72 joan Silvestri Esther Sisirmi Qs airy Henry Smith Henry L. Smith CM. 'Swv .W ,Di wsu. . "Wh xy, - i Sandra Smith Stuart Smoller 7 gb 5, X, X A 0 . X Q 1 ' H , J , QW J Vvwj X 03,155 MXL! T 5 X 4 I Wi ,J Q'5f"'L , fi- x X I J Mfiyylr' " t t .f W 'P f' A. UM ,fxjtfvffz , ffmyfV4M ff 05 V wQ,f,y 1 9 fyyf M U I V A' '-G' r 7 W ,UMW fit! r ,faf if ff? 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I FJ U F X PM ' fwfff 'J J YP! x V ' l ff ,fi I 11, f Q J J 'Q-1 J If " I X f lv ' N J, , , fl ff V 1 fb Vi' ,JJ w If f-Nl' X fm, .1 , 1 X V, 1' Jf V' 'A M , xl X Y' x!X X J . X jd, XXV Q -:if f-9 XS., N 4' y 2,25 t J" igfu 91 . - xx ., T XJ I I .J V nf x fu ANY A V11 K A XX fdxux N x WF O J J M 47 9 X! U fffvfu Mfg JW f GQJ H My M 65 M ,, AJ W if fb Q f QM U Dnmfu Brxan Walsh 1 -- -.afz bw 4 fm .zz f" M.. , , Peter Wexsberg 'R' Kathleen Werner Susan Wesley Ronald Wieselberg f lbxjllgf' fk Q l my lllll of V f W- J X l "You'll never play well with such a stiff wrist." L l fhfl 1. vq 'TA 'TL 'Qin Barbara Wieselman Doreen Wilgan Iris Wilk Thomas Williams Janice Wilson Scott Wilson Carol Wolken Linda Wong 45 6,53-g LIQ -nf' 4:47 J-'fb-64, www K.. L17 ,pur- 4i nfs f ,J eanne Winheim Mildred Winter Susan Wood Eric Wofflef June Hall, Susan WiHfCrS Thomas Wisnowski Azzgmt 1965 l '-.47 'ZZ' 'C'::1r ff ff I X ,V Z ,X X gf jay Wishingrad jeffrey Wolk Lon Friendlich, june 1966 Steven Yanoff Carol Yondola Mary Young Mark Zelniker wav' ftk yi 3, Q I 54' 53 " u , -X.. Yrrr' Nancy Yonke Anne Young A Diane Ziegler Leslie Zimmerman JanetZur10 W fi V Nj Mfirmli If Deborah zubow Clifford Zucker X mm? A 1 My-f' M 'QQMW F' W UM in Q A wwwb JM, ALUX MLJMJW Q x A WWWUW SME., ,J ,. QM A ,r MMM - xg ig V W UF J, , Y. v WLQLQ 0 :ew W gf 3 ww ff Q X n , an f -1 uw Cl pl-V" ,i VL' ' M f cw' UM' M' , f'9fQinQU'U H,iw' f fly 'J U fi K mwiiww Qwuwd' UW Y UQHJQ U Wx Demi? K' fiwwgf' HL,-QEUJJ md A ep . ok JW Ji 9 ji N UL M' dd i ' ef XQJWJU UL, aj, . . i V wi, H WM I 6 V Q ,V I I 55 J mia? dfiywf OX, Q0 MLM .9 j ILDWM ,' ' L 'Liu QW? J Uv XT.,-f 30" "1 Irv- Kathleen Miner WW A fpffu j,yUQj 1QjPhy11is zuckefwise sum zuppeuo 1 k x ,J ff ,N pi Q if wow QV Muff UN E V 8I I ABELOW, HAROLD ' 79 Berry St., VS Chemistry Club, Physics Club, Basket- ball Club ADLER, GLENN 321 E. Dover St., VS RPM'S AGATSTEIN, INIADELINE 1615 Greenway Blvd. VS Cadet Art Staff, Spanish Club, Chorus, Prom Committee, Culture Club, Fu- ture Teachers of America, jr. one- Act Play Publicity, Pep Club ALAGNA, ,PHILIP 1102 Aurelia Ct., VS Bowling Club, j.V. Football, Basket- ball Club ALBANO, CARLO 213 Buscher Ave., VS ALBERT, MARY 1151 Rottkamp St., VS Modern Dance Club ALBRECHT, RONALD 217 N. Grove St., VS Commercial Art Club, Pres., Portfolio Club, Cadet Art Staff ALLEN, ROBERT 123 Lutz Dr., VS IV. Soccer, Basketball Club ANASTASIO, THERESA 216 N. Grove St., VS J.V. -and Varsity Cheerleading, Na- tional Honor Society, French Honor Society, Cadet: Sports Staff Head, Drama Council, Senior Homeroom Rep,, Candy Stand, Sr. One-Act Play: Costumes F.T.A., Basketball Club ANDERSON, CHRIS 120 Lewis St., VS Track - ' ANDERSON, DONNA 26 E. Fenimore St. VS Bowling Club: Sec'y Folksong Club, Spanish Club, Ski Club, Chem Lab- oratory Assistant ANDERSON, ROBERT 143 Martens Ave., VS j.V. Soccer, Bowling Club, j.V. Bowling, Varsity Bowling, J.V. and Varsity Baseball, Basketball Club ANDREASON, GARY 95 Gates Ave., Malv- ANGELELLA, ROBERT 253 Wheeler Ave., VS Third Prize: Art Contest, Dime Sav- ings Bank Art Exhibit ANGRISANI, JEANNE 35 Sobro Ave., VS jr. One-Act Play ANTONIATO, JOSEPH 115 S. Terrace Pl. VS Audio-Visual Club ANZALONE, CHARLES 126 S. Montgomery St, ' Valley Stream Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Sopho- more Council, Winter Track, Account- ing Club APFEL, FERN 1595 Southern Dr. VS Soph. and jr. Homeroom Alternate. Cadet: Literary and Circ. Staff, Com- mercial Art Club, jr. One-Act PlaY2 Make-up ARONSEN, KENNETH A 1152 Ashley Dr., VS ACf0UI1f1I1g Club, Crier, Biology Club, I-Ibfarv sei-me Club, chess Club, Hon- or Usher BAIARDI, ALICE 9 Fritchie Pl., VS Astra: Co-Editor, Latin Club, Editor Inter Nos, Crier: Reporter and Fea- ture Writer, National Honor Society, Chorus Culture Club, Latin Honor Society BAILEY, LORRAINE I 1664 Greenway Blvd., VS National Honor Society, French Club 85 French Honor Society:Pres., Rus- sian Club, Russian Honor Society, Cadet: Portrait Staff Head, Student Council, Tennis, Volleyball, Basket- ball, One-Act Play:Publicity, Prom Committee, junior Skit BARAK, LINDA 1670 Mark Pl., VS Concert Band, Marching Band, Or- chestra, District Band, District Sym- phony Orchestra, Caduceus Club, I- talian Club, Tempo, Music Man Pit Orchestra BARBARA, ROBERT 1014 Stafford Rd., VS BARLOW, ANN MARIE 15 E. Maple St., VS Badminton, Caduceus Club: Sec'y, Gregg Club, Chorus BARNWELL, KATHLEEN 189 N. Grove St., VS J.V. and Varsity Cheerleading, Lead- er's Club, Homeroom Rep, Girls' Basketball, Softball, Hockey and Vol- leyball, Cadet: Credits and Identi- fication Staff, Latin Club, F.T.A. BARONE, ARLENE 57 Hudson Ave., VS D,E.C.A. Club, Work in Guidance Office BARTSCH, LAWRENCE 78 Camdike St., VS BEACH, ROBERT 166 Ann St., VS Cross-country Team, Winter Track BECK, KENNETH 64 Birchwood Dr. W. Valley Stream BEDELL, JOAN 26 Princeton St., VS Archery Club, Bookkeeping Club BEIL, CHERYL 855 Edwards Blvd., VS Crier: Editor-in-Chief, News Editor, Exchange Editor, Tri-Class Council, Sec'y, Jr. Class: Sec'y Gateway:Vice- Pres., Drama Council, Astra, Tempo, Soph. one-Act Play:Ass't. Director, jr. One-Act Play:Skit Committee, Band, District Band and Community Band, Orchestra and District Orchestra. BELDING, ALFRED 70 Carroll Ave., VS Varsity Wrestling, Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Culture Club BELL, IUDITH 159 Berry St., VS National Honor Society, Spanish Hon- ie and Club Honor Usher or Soc ty . , F.T.A., Prom Committee,Cadet Cre- dits 8: Identification, Culture Club, Sr. One-Act Play: Publicity, jurispru- dence, Softball BELL, ROGER 955 Southern Drive Franklin Square Auto Shop BERGER, BONNIE 89 Foster Ave., VS National Honor Society, Entertain- ment Troupe, Band 8: District Band, Chorus 8: Choral Accornpanist, Tem- po, German Club, Commercial Art Club, "Music Man" Orchestra Soph. Council BERGER, CARRIE 1607 Salem Rd., VS National Honor Society, Streamers, Captain, Leaders, Homeroom Rep. Culture Club, Spanish Club, Prom Committee, Library Club, Sr. One- Act Play: Publicity, Service Club BERKOWITZ, BARRY 1120 Rottkamp St., VS National Honor Society, Honor Usher, j.V. Bowling Team, Bowling Club, German Club BERKOWITZ, MURRAY 1532 Debra Pl., VS National Honor Society, Math Club and Team, Chemistry Club, Biology Club, Basketball Club, Ass't. Home- roog Rep., Marching Band, Concert Ban BERNER, ANDREW 510 Cornwell Ave., Mal Cadet: Editor-in-Chief Math Team: Captain, National Honor Society, Or- chestra, Chorus Bc Accompanist, Ger- man Club 8c Honor Society: Pres., Tempo, Table Tennis Club BERNSTEIN, JOEL 899 N. Fletcher Ave. VS jr. One-Act Play: Tech. Staff, Stage- riggers Club, Chemistry Club, Phy- sics Club BIRBIGLIA, VINCENT 26 Park Pl., VS BITTNER, ROBERT . 101 E. Chester St., VS BLACK, BONNIE 1033 Clayton Rd., VS Folksinging Club, Culture Club, Span- ish Club, Pep Club, jr. One-Act Play:Publicity, "Light up the Sky": Tickets BLEIER, SHELLEY 205 Buscher Ave., VS Pep Club BLOCK, JOEL ' 1515 Debra Pl., VS Chemistry Club, Band, Chorus, Tem- po, Physics Club BLOCK, MITCHELL 1075 Martin Pl., VS Entertainment Troupe: Master of Ceremonies, Cadet:Business Manager, Drarnatics Council, District Band, All-State Chorus, Jr. One-Act Play, Co-Director, Sr. One Act Play:Best Actor, Music Man: Cast, Young States- man's Club, Latin Club BOETTJER, JOHN 25 Gold St., VS Audio-Visual Club, Auto Shop BONFIGLIO, GERALD 1125 Rottkamp St., VS BOSCO, DIANE 142 Pilgrim Pi., vs Softball Club BOWEN, JAMES 11 Birchwood Dr. N., VS National Honor Soc., Math Club, Tempo, Concertz, Band, Orch., Chorus, Percussion Ensemble, German Club, Soccer, Golf, "Music Man": Pit Or- chestra, Cadet: Sports Staff BOWMAN, JAMES 14 N. Grove St., VS Red Cross Rep., J.V. Wrestling BOYDSTON, BETSY 99 virginia sf., vs Friendship Hi-Y, Cadet: Typing Staff, Crier: Publicity, Typing, Cir- culation staffs, Gregg Club, Pep Club, Basketball Club, Dist. Festival Chorus 8: Concert Choir, Homeroom Repre- sentative r BRADLEY, ROBERT 1637 Salem Rd., VS BREE, KAREN 281-17 Wheeler Av., VS Crier: Advertising Mgr., Harmony Caduceus Club, F.T.A. Chorus, Bowling Club BREITMAN, ANNA 848 Custer St., VS Drama Council, Debating Club, Serv- ice Club, "Light Up the Sky"g Cast, One-Act Play stunts BRENNAN, KATHLEEN 136 Berry St., VS National Honor Soc., Spanish Hon- or Soc., Spanish Club, Astra, Latin Honor Soc. and Club, Chorus, Juris- prudence Club, Caduceus Club BRODERICK, MARY 24 E. Mauier St., VS Gregg Club, Pep Club, Basketball Club, Softball Club BROWN, IRENE 14 E. Wheeler Ave., VS BROZIO, WARREN 1 Greenlawn Blvd., VS BRUMMER, CHARLES 2 Beacon St., Malverne Varsity Soccer, Varsity Wrestling, Bio- logy Clubz. Treasurer, Gymnastics Club 8: Team BUCK, PATRICIA 12 Sheridan St., VS Soph. Homeroom Rep., Jr. Horne- room Rep., Judo Club, Soph. Skit, Soph. One-Act Play: Make-up, Candy Stand, Pep Club, Softball Club CABALLER, DOROTHY 23 Gregory St., VS CACCAVALE, EDWARD 97 Elm St., VS Chorus, Dist. Festival Chorus, Con- cert Choir, Young Statesmen, Juris- prudence Club CACCAVALLA, MARGUERITE 79 S. Franklin Ave., VS CACIOPPO, ROSEMARY 336 Arkansas Dr., VS Commercial Art Club CAFARO, ANTHONY 233 East Ave., VS CALABRESE, RONALD 21 Berry St., VS Varsity Wrestling, Physical Fitness Club XYlPinl1r.lifrinu Clulx . CALARCO, JOANNE 97 Arlington Ave., VS Accounting Club, Future Business Leaders of America Club CALKIN, JANET 96 Cedar St., VS Caduceus Club, Basketball Club, Vol- leyball Club CAMPBELL, JOAN 81 Todd Rd., VS German Honor Soc., German Club, Leader's Club, Twirling: Co-Captain, Chorus, Bio. Club, Volleyball Club, Softball Club, Tennis Club, Basket- ball Club CANNON, LAWRENCE 23 Remsen Ave., VS Auto Shop CAPO, JOSEPH 66 Elm St., VS J.V. and Varsity Football, Sr. Home- room Rep, Culture Club, Softball Club CAPOLINO, ROBERT 58 E. Hawthorne Ave., VS CARAGHER, WILLIAM 64 virginia st., vs J.V. and Varsity Basketball, Rho Delta Sigma, Varsity Club CARBONARO, JOSEPH 251 Brown St., VS CARLO, JOSEPH 43 S. Terrace Pl., VS D.E.C.A. CARLSON, LAWRENCE 17 S. Hommel St., VS Jurisprudence Club, Math Club, Young Statesmen CAST AGLIOLA, PAUL 13 Putnam Ave., VS J.V. and Varsity Wrestling, J.V. and Varsity Football, Varsity Physical Fit- ness Team: Captain, Varsity Club , CASTRONOVO, WILLIAM 147 E. Oxford St., VS J.V. and Varsity Football CATES, HELEN - 116 E. Fairview Ave., VS Gateway Service Club, Crier, Culture Club, Ticket Sales: "Music Man" 8: "Light Up the Sky", Volleyball Club, French Club, Soph. One-Act Play: Pub- licity CECCARELLI, MICHAEL 196 E. Carpenter St., VS CELLI, JACQUELINE 261 W. Valley Stream Blvd., VS ' CHAN, VICKIE 1461 Dutch Broadway, VS Jurisprudence Club, Harmony, Mu- sic Office Librarian, Basketball Club CHARBONNEAU, KATHRYN 180 East N.Y. Ave., VS Drama Council, Modern Dance, "Mu- sic Man", "Light Up the Sky" CHARTOCK, BARBARA 1676 Greenway Blvd, VS CHIANO, GERALD 15 Foster Ave., VS CHIARELLO, MARILYN 104 N. Terrace Pl., VS One-Act Play: Publicity Judo Club, Pep Club, Volleyball Club, Basket- ball Club CHRISTIANSEN, JOHN 118 N. Montague St., VS D.E.C.A. CHURCHEY, JOAN 983 Lynn Dr., VS Archery Team, Caduceus Club, Cul- ture Club CIAMBRA, MICHAEL 6 Alliance St., VS Auto Shop CIANCUIELLI, THOMAS 404 Hendrickson Ave., VS Football CLAN CY, CATHERINE 43 Jefferson Ave., VS Accounting Club CLARK, GLORIA 27 Birchwood Dr. N., VS Drum Maiorette, Twirling Corps, Har- mony: Pres., Chorus, Pep Club, Soft- ball Club, Tennis Club COFFEY, ROGER 24 Lois Pl., VS COHEN, JILL 858 Prescott St., VS F.T.A., Service Club, Culture Club, Homeroom Rep. alternate, Latin club, Candy Stand, Volleyball, Young Statesmen, Tennis Club COHEN, KATHY 110 North Dr., VS D.E.C.A., Archery Club COIRO, LINDA 29 Fletcher Ave., VS COLLICA, MARY 85 Washington Ave., VS COLONNA, DOROTHY 1131 Jasper St., VS CONDON, RICHARD 156 East N.Y. Ave., VS Spanish Club CONLEY, PETER 28 Felton Ave., VS Jr. 8: Sr. Class Vice-Pres., Soph. Council, Sr. One-Act Play, Student- Faculty Eval. Committee, Student Council Exec. Board, Ski Club, Cul- ture Club, Cadet:'Circulation, Crier: Circulation CONSERVA, EILEEN 104 Elmont Rd., VS CONSORTE, GARY 57 Carl St., VS CONTI, JUDY 7 Keller St., VS Soph. Skit, Sr. Council, Volleyball Club, Softball Club, Judo Club, Chorus CORCORAN, KEVIN 17 Lynn Pl., VS CORRERA, FRANK 64 Putnam Ave., VS Soccer COVEN, DANIEL 27 Milburn Rd., VS Student Council Pres., Soph. Class Pres., Tri-Class Council: Treasurer, Crier: Feature Ed., Cadet: Circula- .tion, Credits 8: Identifications, Marching 8: Concert Bands, Tempo, Astra, Soph., Jr., Sr. Skits Soccer COVUCCI, LINDA 120 Carroll Ave., VS D.E.C.A. CRONIN, GAIL 15 Birchwood Dr., VS J.V. 8: Varsity Cheerleading: Capt., Sr. Class Treas., Leaders Club, Gateway, Treas. Jr. Council, Rep. to Temporary Council, Cadet, Crier, Bad- minton, Volleyball CRONNELLY, BARBARA 217 E. Jamaica Ave., VS Gregg Club CURTIN, MARY ANN 116 Rockaway Ave., VS D.E.C.A. CUSUMANO, PATRICIA 115 Midwood St., VS DAMBECK, GAIL 260 East Ave., VS DE BON, CHRISTINE 124 Pilgrim Place, VS Cacluceus Club, Culture Club, Health Office Aide DE CLUE, LARRY 53 N. Montague St,, VS Soph., Jr., 8a Sr., One-Act Plays, Rifle Club DE CONNICK, RONALD 92 E. Grant Dr., VS Auto Shop DEL GIORNO, GLORIA 245 Hendrickson Ave., DEL VALLE, MERCEDES 35 Fletcher Ave., VS DENICOLE, MARY ANN 21 smith sf., vs 168 Fletcher Ave., VS Baseball DE NOBLE, VICTOR 168 Fletcher Ave., VS Baseball DEROSS, KATHIE 139 Berry St., VS Nat'l. Business Honor Society, Vice- Pres., Gregg Club, Chorus, Badmin- ton Club, Tennis Volleyball DE SANTIS, LOUIS 1622 Wells Road, VS D.E.C.A. DE STEFANO, JOHN 120 Liberty Blvd., VS Auto Shop DIANA, CHARLES 21 Cohill Rd., VS DI CRESCIO, FRANK 49 Arlington Ave., VS Audio-Visual DIENNA, NOREEN 94 Fairmount St., VS DIETRICH, JOHN 196 Central Ave., VS J.V. Football, "Music Man" Chorus, International Relations Club, Latin Club, Chorus DIETZ, SUSAN 35 Gold St., VS J.V. 8: Varsity Cheerleading, Leaders, Sr. Council, Flower Girl, Library Club, Pep Club, Bio. Lab Ass't, Hockey, Tennis, Basketball Clubs DI MARTINO, VIRGINIA 163 Albermarle Ave., VS DI MAURO, DONNA 47 Washington Ave., VS Harmony, Spanish Club, Lab Ass't DI PUMA, NANCY 8 W. Grant Dr., VS Harmony: Vice-Pres., Crier: Publicity Mgr., Soph., Jr., Sr. One-Act Play: Publicity Comm, Soph., 8: Sr, Skit, Spanish Club, International Relations Club, Pep Club, Basketball Club, Gregg Club DITHRIDGE, CATHY 68 Foster Ave., VS DOLAN, WILLIAINI 86 Albert Rd., VS Track Team DOLCIMASCOLA, LILLIAN 20 Gates Ave., VS Judo Club DOMIANO, JOHN 44 Washington Ave., VS J.V. Basketball, Softball Team, Basket- ball 'Club DONN, STEVEN 865 Pepperidge Rd., Westbury National Honor Society Biology Club: Pres., Bio Lab Ass't., Astra, Honor Usher: Capt., Jurisprudence Club, Young Statesrnen Club, Cadet: Pho- tography Staff, Softball Team, Ger- man Club DONOVAN, GAIL 32 Idell Rd., VS DONOVAN, PATRICIA 19 N. Waldinger St., VS National Honor Society National Busi- ness Honor Society: Pres., Honor Usher, Library Service Club, Bad- minton Club, Gregg Club: .Vice- Pres. DUFFY, ANN 101 Hoffman St., VS Gregg Club DUSPIVA, PATRICIA 268 E. Argyle St., VS Jr. One-Act 'Playz Cast, Lab Ass't., Soph., Jr. Homeroom Rep., Soph., Jr., Sr. One-Act Play: Publicity, Dra- ma Council, "Music Man": Scenery, Judo Club, Latin Club, "Light Up the Sky": Publicity DZEDZUL, PHYLLIS 128 Cedarlawn Blvd., VS D,E.C.A.: President EDELSTEIN, MELISSA 1636 Greenway Blvd., VS Streamer, Student Council Rep., Homeroom Pres. Ski Club, French Club, Latin Club, Culture Club, Ten- nis Club EGAN, KAREN 116 Cedarlawn Blvd., Valley Stream EICHLER, STEVEN 121 Liberty Blvd., vs EISENBERG, LAURA 18 Meadowbrook Lane, VS Orchestra, "Music Man" OrChCSf-fa, Chorus, Crier: Reporter, Skl Club. Folksinging Club, Badminton Club EISNER, STEPHEN 134 Home St., VS ELDERS, MICHAEL 35 Surrey Lane, VS Bowling Club ELLIOT, DEBORAH 136 Morris Pkwy., VS "Music Man" cast, FTA, Student Council Alt. Rep., Tennis Club Volleyball, French Club Bowling Club ELLIOTT, ROBERT 85 Gates Ave., VS Cadet: Circulation, Bowling Club ENDICK, STANLEY 920 Dana Ave., VS Accounting Club, Culture Club, Li- brary Helper ENG, LILLIAN 9 E. Mineola Ave,, VS National Honor Society: Vice-Pres., Astra, German Honor Society, German Club: Sec'y., Cadet: Credits 84 Identi- fication, Jurisprudence, Crier: Circula- tion, Jr. Homeroom Rep., Folk-Sing, ing, Sr. One-Act Play Publicity V ENGLAND, JEAN 58 Sprague Dr., VS EPSTEIN, DIANE 1139 Ashley Dr., VS Debate Club: Sec'y, "Light Up the Sky": Cast, Sr. 8a Jr. Council, Student Council, Crier, Caduceus, Basketball Club, Sr. One-Act Play Publicity ERDMAN, LEE 978 Lynn Dr., VS Drama Council, Soph., Jr., 8: Sr. One- Act Plays: Technical Director, "Light Up the Sky" Technical Director, Stage Riggers Club ERNYEY, EILEEN 186 Ash St., VS ESPOSITO, GERALD 125 Clarendon Dr., VS Weight Lifting Club EVANGELISTA, JOHN 1926 Franklin Rd., VS Spanish Honor Society EVANS, JOHN 70 Fairmount St., VS FACOMPRE, DOROTHEA 121 Prague St., VS D.E.C.A. FAELLA, JOSEPH 25 Copaigue St., VS FAMIGLIETTI, MARIE 1345 Remson St., VS D.E.C.A. FANELLI, ANNETTE 55 Putnam Ave., VS Leaders, Jr. Homeroom Rep., Har- mony, Italian,Club, Latin Club, Can- dy Stand, Basketball, Volleyball Bc Hockey Clubs, Twirling FARLEY, CATHERINE 27 Carl St., VS Bowling Club, Softball Club FARRELL, PATRICK 37 Fritchie Pl., VS FATTO, CAROLANN 113 Carroll Ave., VS D.E.C.A. FAZIO, JO ANN g 292 E. Chester St., VS Twirling, Archery Club, Basketball, Harmony FEDERICO, LOUIS 27 Cumberland Pl., VS FEINSTEIN, STEPHEN 225 East Ave., VS Cross Country Varsity, Track, Winter Track, Varsity Club, Soph. Council, J.V. Football, French Club, Crier: Cir- culation FELDMAN, ELLIOT 32 S. Birchwood Dr., VS Latin Club, 'Softball Club, Spanish Re- lations Club , FENIMORE, FRANK 108 E. Chester St., VS J.V. Baseball FERRANTE, ANTHONY 859 Dana Ave., VS Softball Team, Rifle Club, Italian Club FERRARA, JANET 56 West End Ave., VS FERRUCCI, GARY 21 W. Merrick Rd., VS FINE, SANDRA 129 Roberta St., VS Ski Club, Culture Club Pep Club, Crier Circulation, Commercial Art Club, Sculpture Club, Judo Club, Candy Stand FINK, ARNOLD 71 N. Sloan Dr., VS Varsity Soccer, Varsity Baseball, Candy Stand, Spanish Club, Basketball Club, Band, Crier Circulation FINN, RICHARD 10 Lydia St., VS Young Statesmen Club, Bowling, Audio-Visual, Basketball Club, Model Building Club, Ski Club FIORE, ANNA 55 Henrietta St., VS Badminton 8: Volleyball Clubs FISCHMAN, JANET - 22 Cohill Rd., VS Chorus, Spanish Club, Badminton .' Club, Folksinging Club, Volleyball Club, Jurisprudence FISHER, NATALIE 996 Dana Ave., VS Homeroom Rep., Badminton Club, Culture Club FISHER, RUSSELL 217 Montauk St., VS FITZGERALD, THERESA 169 Maujer St., VS Nat'1 Business Honor Society, Gregg Club, Accounting Club, Sculpture Club FLAHIVE, DENNIS 55 Wheeler Ave., VS Concert Band, Marching Band, Or- chestra FORTE, DENNIS 1599 Birchwood Dr., VS F.T.A., Chess Club FLEISCHER, PAUL 59 Haven Ave., VS FOWLER, MICHAEL 263 W. Merrick Rd., VS FOX, LINDA 115 E. Maple St., VS National Business Honor Society FRANZESE, MARYANN 162 Meyer Ave., VS Caduceus Club ' FRASER, JAY 18 Sprague Dr., VS J.V. 8: Varsity Soccer, Varsity Track, J.V. Bowling, Softball Club, Varsity Club, Culture Club, Crier Sports Staff FROHLICH, WILLIAM 39 Morris Pkwy., VS Cadet: Photography Staff Head, Crier Staff, Photography Club, Folksinging Club, Culture Club, Crier Sports Staff Stage Rigger, Cross Country Club FUNK, BEVERLY V138 North Dr., VS FURNELL, CHRISTOPHER 1310 "S" St., Elmont Auto Shop ' FUSCO, JOHN 45 E. Dover St., VS GALAUSKAS, JOAN 12 Ballard Ave., VS Service Club GALLAGHER, MARK 246 East Ave., VS J.V. 3: Varsity Baseball GAMP, MARY ELLEN 105 Ormonde Blvd., VS Crier: Circulation Mgr., Culture Club, Sr. One- Act Play: Publicity GANIARIS, THOINIAS 118 N. Cottage St., VS Sr. Homeroom Rep., J.V. Baseball, Crier Publicity, Culture Club, Pub- licity: One-Act Play ' GARABRANT, GARY 116 Clinton St., Malverne GARBUTT, RICHARD 110 Clarendon Dr., VS D.E.C.A., Culture Club, Skin Diving Club ' - GARONE, RITA 125 East Ave., VS GASS, BARBARA 24 N. Montgomery St., VS Caduceus, Accounting Club GAVIN, KATHLEEN 209-Hendrickson Ave., VS GAYLINN, GLORIA 79 W. Fenimore St., VS Soph., 8: Jr. Homeroom Rep., Chorus, Crier: Circulation 8: Publicity Friend- Ship, Play Costume Comm., Young Statesmen, Culture Club Play Pub- licity, Health Office Aide GELFAND, JULIE 47 Thompson St., VS Commercial Art Club, Portfolio Club, Archeryg Honor Team, Folksingin' Club, Crier: Pulicity 8: Circular: Pep Club, French Club, Vol' 8: Basketball Clubs, Culture Club GENNARO, FRANK 1679 Salem Rd., VS GENOVESE, JAINIES 310 Lyon St., VS Chess Club GETTER, JANE 866 Fulton St., VS Astra: Co-Editor, Cadet: Credits 8: Identification Staff Head, Nat'l Honor Society, French Club, Cadet: Literary 8: Circulation Staffs, Jr. Council, Crier: Circulation, Harmony, Culture Club, Archery GILLEN, ROBERT . 48 Carolyn Ave., VS GIORDANO, LINDA 224 Rockaway-Pkwy., VS Italian Club: Pres., Alt. Homeroom Rep., Culture Club, Crier: Circu- lation, ' Sr. One-Act Play Publicity, Badminton Club, Modern Dance, Can- dy Stand GODFREY, FRANK 230 E. Mineola Ave., VS Track Team, Weightlifting Club, Physical Fitness Team, Portfolio Club, Varsity Club . GOGEL, CHARLES ' 214 Emerson Pl., VS ' GOLDEN, BRIAN , . 111 E. Maple St., VS Varsity Cross Country, Varsity Wrest- ling, Varsity Track, Math Club, Span- ish Club, Concert Band, Marching Band, Chorus, Physics Club, Chess Club GOULD, STEPHANIE 47 Austin St., VS I Cadet: Portrait Staff, Vietnamese Drive: Co-Chrmn., Sectional Or- chestra, Dist. Festival Orchestra, 8: Chorus, Young Statesmen, Jurispru- dence, Culture Club GOLDSMITH, KAREN 1551 Debra Pl., VS F.T.A., Cadet: Credits, Crier: Typing 8: Circulation, Harmony, Culture Club, Spanish Club, Publicity: One-Act Plays 8: Plays GOLDSTEIN, EDWARD 1655 Salem Rd., VS Math Club, German Club Jurispru- dence, Young Statesmen, Chess Club, Chorus A-GOODWIN, CAT HY 212 E. Mineola Ave., VS- GOTTLIEB, ERIC . 375 N. Central Ave., VS J.V. 8: Varsity Soccer, "Light Up the Sky" cast, Soph. Class Treas., Bio Lab Ass't., International Rela- tions Club, Chem. Lab Ass't, Juris- prudence, Young Statesmen, Prom Comm. GRABEN, TERRY 889 Val Park Ave., VS F.T.A., Jr. 8: Sr. Council, Crier: News, Features 8: Circulation, Cadet: Circu- lation, French Club, Tennis, Basket- ball, Jr. One-Act Play Publicity, Chem. Lab Ass't, Prom Comm. GRADISKA, JOHN 99 E. Merrick Rd., VS GRAFFIGINO, RICHARD 140 Carroll Ave., VS J.V. Bowling 8: Softball Club, Italian Club GRECO, GAIL 215 Ash St., VS Nat'l Business Honor Societyg Sec'y 8: Treas., Accounting Club, Gregg Club, Volleyball Club GREEN, BRIAN 1665 Greenway Blvd., VS Biology Club, Basketball Club, Home- roorn Rep., Student Council GREENFIELD, JANET 51 E. Fenimore St., VS Caduceus: Vice-Pres., Badminton 8: Archery Clubs, Entertainment Troupe, Crier: Typing, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Chorus, Cadet Circulation, Sr. Prom Comm. GROGIN, DANIEL 985 Dana Ave., VS French Club, Culture Club, Soft- ball Club, Varsity Baseball GROSSMAN, ROSALYN 121 Decker St., VS Soph., Homeroom Rep., Caduceus, Crier Circulation, Badminton Club, French Club GUAGENTI, ANTHONY 1955 Franklin Rd., VS J,V. Baseball GUARDINO, FLORENCE 76 S. Montgomery St. VS Accounting Club, Harmony GUARNIERI, NICHOLAS 213 Ethel St., VS Football, J.V. Baseball Team GUEREN. GAIL 30 Ackley Ct., Mlvrn Gregg Club GUGLIOTTA, DIANE 1685 Pershing St., VS Soph. Homeroom Rep., Gateway, Pep Club, Jr. Homeroom Rep., Soph. 8: Jr. Stunt Volleyball Club, Library Ass't, GULLO, THOMAS 271 W. Valley Stream Blvd. VS Varsity Football GUNTHER, DOREEN 105 N. Terrace Pl., VS Commercial Art Club, Bowling, Soft- ball Club GUTTMAN, HOWARD 1135 Fenwood Dr., VS Track, Winter Track GUZZARDO, HAROLD 149 Beech St., VS Gymnastic Club HAAS, GEORGE 117 Pilgrim Pl., VS HABER, DEBORAH 1685 Greenway Blvd., VS National Honor Society, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Pres., Tri-class Council Vice- Pres., Leaders Clubg Treas., Cadet: Circ. Mgr., Astra, Streamers, Honor Usher: Capt., French Club HALE, INIERILEE 165 Roberta St., VS Spanish Club, Basketball, Volleyball Clubs, Pep Club HALKIN, CAROLYN S65 Dana Ave., VS Caduceus, Culture Club, Spanish Club HALL, GEORGE 46 Nostrand Ave., VS Football Team HANKER, GARY 80 Idell Rd., VS HARNESS, JOYCE 12 E. Carpenter St., VS Tempo, Commercial Art Club: Treas., Dist Band German Club, Concert 8: Marching Band, Orchestra Chorus, F.T.A., Badminton, Jr. One-Act Play Publicity HARTMAN, EILEEN 136 Fletcher Ave., VS Modern Dance, Library Club, D.E.C.A.: Parliamentary Advisor HASTINGS, SUSAN 111 E. Beverly Pkwy., VS Streamers: Co-Capt., Ass't Health Clinic, Bio Lab Ass't., Judo Club, Archery, Caduceus "Light Up the Sky": Publicity HEATTER, VICTOR 203 Albermarle Ave., VS Wrestling Club HEITMULLER, ERNEST 4 Verona Pl., VS HENDRICKSON, LYNN 84 Carroll Ave., VS HENNIG, THOMAS 224 Hillside Ave., VS Scuba Diving Club, D.E.C.A., Weight Lifting Culture Club, Football Team, Sculpture Club HENRY, HELEN 199 E. Argyle St., VS Pep Club, Basketball Club HESELTON, ARTHUR 186 Green St., VS Basketball Club, Chess, Club, Chem. Club, Jurisprudence HETZEL, LYNN 163 Franklin Ave., Mlvrn Leaders Club: Capt., German Club: Treas., Culture Club, Volleyball, Basketball, Softball Clubs HILT, CASSANDRA 30 Crowell Pl., VS Commercial Art Club, Sec'y, Folk- singing Club, Basketball, Volleyball 8cArchery Club HITCHEN, GEORGE 92 E. Fairview Ave., Valley Stream Varsity Basketball, Baseball HLAVACEK, FRANK 67 Sobro Ave., VS Bowling Club, Track, Basketball Club HOCKMAN, BRUCE 164 Casper St., VS Chess, Future Teachers of America HOFFMAN, SUSAN 28 Wellsboro Rd., VS Twirling Corps: Ass't. Drum Maior- Site HORACEK, CAT HY 167 Cornwell Ave., VS HUBERTZ, SUSAN 230 N. Cottage St., VS Chorus, Caduceus Club, Friendship, Ski Club Crier: Typing, Publicity 8: Circulation, Prom Decorations Comm, Folksinging, Volleyball Club, Cadet: Typing HUETHER, LYNN 59 W. Fenimore St., VS Soph. Skit 8: Stunt, Pep Club, Tennis Club, Judo Club HUEY, JULIE 135 Home St., Mlvrn HUNT, DAVID 93 N. Terrace Pl., VS Nat'l Honor Society, Band, Chorus, Talent Troupe, Young Statesmen Club HUNT, PATRICIA 112 Fir St., VS Gregg Club, Archery, Bowling, Tennis Clubs IANNELLO, PHYLLIS 25 Sobro Ave., VS Drama Club ' INSLEE, JOHN 255 Meyer Ave, VS Portfolio Club ISACSON, BRUCE 1495 Howell Rd., VS Wrestling Club, Physical Fitness Team, Weightlifting Club, Culture Club, Varsity Club JACOBS, JANEE 125 Liberty Blvd., VS Cadet Literary Staff, Soph. One-Act Play: Publicity, Harmony, French Club, French Honor Soc. Folksinging Russian Club, Volleyball Club, Basket- ball Club, Ski Club JACOBSEN, JUNE 19 Washington Ave., VS . JALKIO, ARI 29 Benedict Ave., VS Varsity Soccer, Chem Lab Ass't. Bio- logy Club, Basketball Club JANNOTTA, OLYMPIA 152 William St., VS JAYSON, HARRIET 1525 Howell Rd., VS Astra, French Club: Treas, Band Sc Dist. Band, Orchestra, Dist. Orchestra, Nat'l Honor Society, French Honor Society, Sr. Council Homeroom Rep, Caduceus Club, Russian Club, Jurisprudence JESMAJIAN, DONNA 2047 Essex Pl., VS Culture Club Volleyball Accounting Club JESPERSON, PAUL 225 Home St., VS Football Team, Weightlifting Club, Varsity Club JEVVELL, TIMOTHY 140 Union St., VS Varsity Golf, Folksinging Club JOHNSON, CHRISTINE 23 Caldwell Rd., VS JOSEPH, SHERRY 280 N. Cottage St., VS JV 8: Varsity Cheerleading, Badmin- ton, Italian, Pep Club, Entertainment Troupe, Discussion Club, Volleyball JOHNSTON, THOMAS 35 Ivanhoe Pl., VS JV 6: Varsity X-country, JV Indoor Traik, Varsity Track, Latin Club, Rifle C u JUSTER, SUSAN 1649 Salem Rd., VS Pep, Culture Clubs, Volleyball, Bas- ketball Music Man: Make-up KANIA, LOIS 409 W. Valley sf. Blvd. Senior Class Sec'y Gateway: Sec'y., latin Club, Culture Club, Basketball Club, Volleyball Club, Pep Club Can- dy Stand, Judo One-Act Play: Publ. KALSMITH, LYNN 38 S. Sloane Dr., VS Pep Club, Culture Club, Volley- ball, F .T.A. KANTER, KAREN 192 Dogwood Rd., VS Judo Club, Pep Club, Softball. DECA, Basketball, Health Office KAPLAN, MARTIN 1043 Martin Pl., VS Chem Club, Chem Sc. Service Club, Concert Band Marching Band, Young Statesmen Club KATZ, ANDREA 950 Lynn Dr., VS Soph. Jr. 8: Sr., Homeroom Rep., Gateway, Fr. Club, Culture, Ski Clubs Candy Stand, Latin, Pep Clubs, One- Act Plays, Tennis Club KATZ, BRUCE 106 N. Montague St., VS Sr. Homeroom Rep., Russian Club: Pres., Chorus Jurisprudence, Dist. Chorus, Crier, Chem, Club, Enter- tainment Troupe KATZ, ROBERTA 1095 Ashley Dr., VS Folksinging Club, Culture Club, Cad- uceus, Volleyball Club, Health Club, Friendship Club KAYE, PIA 26 Remson St., VS Pep Club, Library Club, Culture Club, Jurisprudence, Young Statesmen, Chem. Lab Ass't., One-Act Play Pub- licity, "Music Man" make-up, "Light Up The Sky" tickets, Volleyball Club KEANE, PATRICIA 224 East Ave., VS KELLETT, ROY 17 E. Mauier St., VS Soph. Football KEMP, ALLAN 94 E. Fenimore St., VS Soph., Jr., Sr., Tennis Team, Tennis Club 5 KESSEL, JEFFREY 74 N. Terrace Pl. VS Auto Shop KING, DOUGLAS 65 Wheeler Ave., VS Science Methods 8: Materials Club: Pres., German Club, Biology Club, Chem Lab Ass't., Rifle Club KIRCHER, CAROL 19 S. Birchwood Dr., VS Hockey, Volleyball, Basketball, Soft- ball, 8: Bowling Clubs, Flower Girl, Soccer , KISTNER, SANDRA 10 Chestnut La., VS Caduceus, Culture Club, Biology Lab. Ass't. KITE, JOYCE 95 Horton St., Mlv,rn. Gateway, Spanish Club, Latin Club, Jr. 8: Sr. One-Act Play: Publicity, Culture Club, Tennis Club, Cadet: Credits 8: Iden. Staff, Crier: Writer, Publicity, 8: Circulation, Folksinging Club, F.T.A. KLEIN, DAVID 1668 Pershing St., VS National Honor Soc., Student Coun- cil: Treas., Temporary Rep., Soph. 8: Jr. Homeroom Rep, Varsity Ten- nis, Biology Club: Vice-Pres., Honor Usher, Cadet: Circ. Staff, Varsity Club, Latin Club KLEINSCHMIDT, KAREN 42 E. Beverly Pkwy., VS Future Business Leaders, Gregg Club, Archery, DECA KOEBEL, NANCY 121 Clarendon Dr., VS German Club, Bowling, Archery, Bas- ketball, Health Clinic KOHN, PAULANNE 449 Rockaway Pkwy., VS Astra, Crier Nwvs Staff, Cadet: Iden. 8: Credits Staff, Young Statesmen Club, Culture Club, Jurisprudence, Folksinging Friendship, Sr. One-Act Play: Publ., FTA KOLK, CRAIG 1664 Pershing St., VS Radio Club, Tennis Club, Science Club, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Latin Club, Ski Club, Biology Club KOLLAR, KAREN 79 E. Valley Stream Blvd. Caduceus Club: Historian, Latin Club, Health Office KORNBLEE, SANDRA 83 Molyneaux Rd., VS Gregg Club, Bookkeeeping Club KRAEMER, RANDOLPH 27 Cederlawn Blvd., VS KRAMER, HARRIET 1513 Bowe Rd., VS Caduceus Club KRESS, JANET 2043 Essex Pl., VS Chorus, Band, Astra, Soph. One-Act Play: Cast, Music Man, Orchestra, F 0 1 k s i n g i n g Club, Entertainment Troupe, Crier: Circulation KROMBACH, ROBERT 10 Henry St., VS JV and V Football, JV and V Wres- tling, Physical Fitness, Weightlifting KROOS, BARRY 1676 Pershing St., VS Spanish Club, Basketball Club KROOS, LON 1663 Lee St., VS JV Soccer, Basketball Club, Audio Visual Club KULLMANN, SUSAN 1671 Mark Pl., VS Crier: News Ed., and Editor-in-Chief, National Honor Soc., Student Coun- cil: Chairman of Student's Evaluation Comm., Senior Council, Soph., Jr., Sr. One-Act Play: Publicity, Biology Club, Service Club, International Re- lations Club LA BRUZZI, THOMAS 88 E. Ave., VS LACHOW, SHEILA 1680 Sherbourne Rd., VS Music Man, Talent Troupeg Chorus, Gateway, Crier feature writer, -Ca- det: Credits 8: Identifications, Bio Lab Ass't., Jr. 8: Sr. One-Act Play Publ., Culure Club, Prom Comm. LACOY, SHELLEY 1340 Higbie sf., vs Soph., Jr., Sr. Council, One-Act Play: tickets, Culture Club, Latin Club, Crier Feature Writer, Soph 8: Jr. One-Act Publ., Tennis Club, Prom Comm., Cadet Identifications, Pep Club LA FACE, JOSEPH 63 W. Fenimore St., VS Spanish Honor Soc., Latin Club LAGA, MARILYN 39 Wellsboro Rd., VS Caduceus Club, Sec'y, Commercial Art Club, Chorus, Volleyball, Service Club, Crier: Circulation LAMAGNA, ENRICO 12 S. Birchwood Dr., VS LAMBERT, KATHLEEN 75 Putnam Ave., VS DECA Club, Judo, Crier: Circulation LANDGREBE, GEORGE 56 Jane Pl., VS JV AND V Basketball, JV and V Soccer, JV Baseball,' Varsity Club, Rho Delta Sigma LANZONE, JEANNE ANN 228 N. Hillside Ave., VS Crier Staff, Spanish Club, German Club, Tennis Club LARAWAY, RUTH 265 E. Beverly Pkwy., VS Twirler, Harmony, Cadet: Credits 8: Iden., Badminton Honor Team, Bowling, Tennis, One-Act Play: Pub- licity LARREA, BERTHA 40 Carl-St., VS LASKY, LAUREN 46 Meadowbrk. La., VS Cadet: Credits 8: Idn. Staff, Culture Club, Pep Club, Volleyball, Basket- ball LAURICELLA, VINCENT 47 Walker St., VS Physical Fitness, Latin Club, Chess Club, Debate Club, Weightlifting LAURO, LORRAINE 235 Buscher Ave., VS Gregg Club, Crier Circulation, Judo LAWALL, SUSAN 147 E. Maple St., VS Culture Club, Volleyball, Gregg Club LAWRENCE, ROBERT 16 Drake St., VS Crier Staff, Rifle Club LEE, LUN YING 1565 Dutch Broadway, VS Portfolio Club, Shakespeare Society, Opera Club LEFEBVRE, LINDA 253-52 148th Rd., Rosedale Caduceus Club, Accounting Club, Secretarial Club, Volleyball LEGAKES, LYNN 93 Cedarlawn Blvd. VS Cadet Art Staff, Portfolio'Club, Cul- :Dure Club, Judo, Pep Club, Volley- all LEHMANN, CHARLES 9 Linden Rd., VS Weightlifting, Skindiving, Chorus, German Club LEIBNER, NEAL 12 Highland Rd., VS Track Team, Culture Club, Basket- ball Club, Service Club, Weight- lifting LENTINO, JOANNE 32 Broadway, VS Streamers, Talent Troupe, Gateway, "Music Man" dancer, Jr. Homeroom Rep. Tennis Club LEO, ERNEST 96 Fir St., VS One-Act Play Contest, Audio-Visual Club, Culture Club, Homeroom Rep Weightlifting ' LEONARDI, VITO 120 Qrmoncle Blvd., VS Basketball Club, Weightlifting LEONE, JOSEPH 145 E. Hawthorne Ave., VS Basketball Club LESTER, ADRIENNE 1542 Bowe Rd., VS National Honor Society, French Hon- or Society, Russian Honor Society Cadet: Adv. Staffhead, Russian Club, Bio Lab Ass't, Orchestra, "Light Up The Sky": Costumes LEVENSON, SHERRY 109 N. Terrace Pl., VS Sr. One-Act Play-Best 'Actress, Chorus, Crier, Cadet, Culture Club Folksinging Club, Bio Lab Ass't., Pep Club, Soph. 8: Jr. Homeroom Rep., Library Ass't. LEVINE, BRUCE 139 W. Valley Str. Blvd., Valley Stream Debate Club, Drama Council, Soph. One-Act? play: Director, National Honor Society, Spanish Honor So- ciety, Astra, Crier: Columnist, Juris- prudence: Pres., Bio Lab Ass't. i LEVINE, JEROME 2 Drake St., Malverne Math Club, Gymnastic Club 84 Team, National Honor Society: Treas., Chemistry Club, Bio Club: Vice- Pres., Coin Club, Orchestra, Juris- prudence LEVITT, LINDA 39 N. Birchwood Dr., VS Gateway: Chaplain, Streamers, Sr, Homeroom Rep., Spanish Club French Club, Tennis Club, Service Club, Culture Club, International Relations Club, Spanish Honor So- ciety LEWIS, ROBERTA 825 Prescott St., VS Service Club, French Club, Culture Club, Library Club, Pep Club, Ten- nis Club, F.T.A., One-Act Play: Stunt, Young Statesmen, Bowling Club LIEBERIVIAN, CAROLE 261 N. Central Ave., VS F.B.L.A., Volleyball Club, Tennis Club, Pep Club LIFE, JUDITI-I 400 Emerson Pl., VS National Honor Society, French Hon- or Society, Math Club, Culture Club, Young Statesmen, Crier: Writing.Sc Publicity, Cadet: Credits 84 Identifi- cation, Sports Clubs, F.T.A., Sr. One- Act Play: Publicity 8: Make-up LIPANI, LORRAINE 7 S. Birchwood Dr., VS Drama Council, Crier: News Editor, "Music Man", cast, Soph. One-Act Play: Producer LIPITZ, BARBARA 129 Albermarle.Ave., VS Candy Stand, Culture Club, Prom Decoration Comm., Young States- men, Service Club, Intramurals, Pep Club, "Music Mann: Make-up LIPPOLIS, DIANE 1944 Franklin Rd., VS LIVERANI, KATHY 107 E. Fairview Ave., VS Chorus LOCKETT, ROSEANN 52 Ella St., VS Harmony, Spanish Club, Pep Club LOEB, ROBERT 23 Sloan Dr., VS Basketball Club, Track, Spanish Club, Candy Stand, Bowling Club LOHRBERG, WILLIAM 180 Washington Ave., VS LOM, SUN PAN 16 Clarendon Dr., VS Track, Cross-County, J. V. Foot- ball, Winter Track LOMBARDO, ANTHONY 107 Waldinger St., VS Auto Shop LOMBARDO, PATRICK 2 Sheridan St., VS Wrestling, Basketball Club LONG, PATRICIA 315 E. Dover St., VS Basketball Club, Cadet: Advertising, Spanish Club LOVVE, JEFFREY 855 Custer St., VS LUDVIGSEN, JOHN 25 S. Central Ave., VS LYSEN, ANN 15 Broadway, VS Pep Club, Basketball Club, Softball Club, Gregg Club, Culture Club, Flower Girl LYSEN, ROBERT 15 Broadway, VS Basketball Club MADEN, MARC 9 Nemeth S., Mlvrn. Cadet: Lit. Staff Head, Debate Club, Crier, Jurisprudence, Culture Club, Young Statesmen, Russian Club, Bio ' Lab. Ass't., Bio Club MAGGIPINTO, CATHERINE 103 Lyon St., VS Culture Club, Softball Club, Basket- ball Club, Gregg Club, Pep Club MAHON, PATRICK 62 Hoffman St., VS MALINAK, GAIL 1654 Salem Rd., VS Gateway, Sr. Homeroom Rep., Span- ish Club, Latin Club, Crier: Circu- lation, Culture Club, Soph., One-Act Play: Publicity, Pep Club, Basketball Club i MANERO, ELIZABETH 945 Val Park Ave., VS MANN, ZACHARY 100 Dianne St., VS Commercial Art Club, Portfolio Club MANSON, LESLIE 131 S. Terrace Pl., VS MANTEL, EVELYN 241 N. Grove St., VS Harmony, F.T.A., Tennis Club MANETZ, AGNES 97 Ann St., VS Flower Girl, Talent Troupe, Crier: Typing Staff, Spanish Club, Volley- ball, Basketball MANTONE, JOSEPH 185 Broadway, VS MARINO, PATRICIA 113 Clarendon Dr., VS Accounting Club, Bowling Club, Volleyball Club MARRO, PATRICIA , 435 Cornwell Ave., Mlvrn. Pep Club, Volleyball Club, Basket- ball Club, Softball, Culture Club, Candy Stand, Jr. One-Act Play: Tick- cts MARSHALL, GARY 150 E. Melrose St., g Valley Stream Varsity Soccer, Varsity Club, Biolo- gy Club, Culture Club, Basketball Club MARTINIAN, MOSS 373 W. Merrick Rd., Valley Stream Homeroom Rep.: Soph., and Jr. MARTINO, PAULA 246 Buscher Ave., VS National Honor Soc., JV 8: V Cheer- leading: Co-Captain, Italian Honor Society and Club, Honor Usher, Leaders, Various Gym Clubs, Cul- ture Club, Pep Club MASSIMO, MARIE 15 E. Chester St., VS MASTRO, JOHN 65 Fritchie Pl., VS National Honor Soc., JV Rifle Team, Rifle Club, Jurisprudence, Young Statesmen., Model Building Club, Culture Club MASTRO, THOMAS 65 Fritchie Pl., VS Varsity Basketball, JV Baseball, Bas- ketball Club MAURO, ROSEMARY 116 Judith La., VS Accounting Club, Judo Club MAZZIOTTI, MARILYN 89 Lamberson St., VS Mc AVOY, PAULA 195 Arlington Ave., VS Gregg Club, Crier: Typing Staff, Badminton Club, Portfolio Club Mc COLLUM, JAMES 2 Wallace Ct., VS Varsity Wrestling, Rho Delta Sigma, Weightlifting Club, Varsity Club, Culture Club Mc CORMACK, MARY JEANNE 239 N. Corona Ave., VS Spanish Club, Latin Club, Gregg l .Z Club, Bowling Club, FBLA Mc DERMOTT, BRIAN 85 N. Terrace Pl,, VS Mc GOVERN, JOHN 129 E. Fairview Ave., VS Weightlifting, Model Building Club, Calisthenics Mc GRATH, ELIZABETH 139 Busher Ave., VS Culture Club, Latin Club, Basketball Club, Sr. One-Act Play: Publicity, Jr. One-Act Play: Tickets, "Light Up The Sky": Tickets, Pep Club Mc KINNEY, DIANE 465 W. Valley Str. Blvd. VS Homeroom Rep., Culture Club Mc MANUS, MARGERY 51 State St., VS Mc MEEKIN, MAUREEN 18 W. Fenimore St., VS, Mc VEIGH, TERRY 358 Rockaway' Pkwy., Valley Stream Auto Shop MELTZER, IRENE 154 Meyer Ave., VS National Honor Soc., Latin Honor So- ciety, Flower Girl, Astra, Latin Club, French Club, Folkdancing, Jurispru- genge, Young Statesmen, Culture U MELTZER, JEFFREY 1163 Ashley Dr., VS Spanish Club. . MENEWITCH, MYRON 942 Val Park Ave., VS Band, Astra MERTZ, RONALD 174 E. Beverly Pkwy., VS National Honor Soc., Soccer, French Club, French Honor Society Chem-K istry Club, Biology Club, Jurispru- dence, Youngstatesmen, Cadet: Cred- its and Iden. Staffhead, Honor Ush- er MIALE, FRANK 218 Broadway, VS MIELLO, JOANN 911 N. Fletcher Ave., VS MILAZZO, VERNA , 148 Morris Pkwy., VS Caduceus Club, Basketball Club, Vol- leyball Club IVIILLER, JAY 1674 Sherbourne Rd., VS MILLER, KATHY 31 Washington Ave., VS MILONE, BARBARA 15 N. Terrace Pl., VS Accounting Club MILTON, CHRISTINE 123 Casper St., VS National Honor Society, Leaders Club, Honor Usher, Badminton Hon- or Team, Bowling Honor Team Tennis, Harmony, French Club, Cri- er: Circulation Staff, Cadet: Adver- tising Staff MITCHELL, DONNA 107 Ethel St., VS MOLETTO, JERRY 139 Casper St., VS MONTANARI, LAURA MARIE 49 Henrietta st., vs Caduceus Club, Bio Lab Ass't. MOOG, ROBERT 120 Foster Ave,, Mlvrn. JV 8: V Basketball, JV 8: V Baseball, Crier: Sports Editor, Varsity Club MOONVES, LESLIE 137 Albermarle Ave., VS 'National .Honor , Society, Spanish Honor Society, Astra, Varsity Tennis: Team Capt., Cadet: Sports Staffhead, Sr. One-Act Play: Actor, Debate Club, Library Club, Varsity Club, Homeroom Rep. MOY, EUGENE 357 N. Central Ave., VS MU CHTIN, HENRY 270 N. Cottage St., VS MURPHY, DONNA 105 Prague St., VS Gregg Club, Caduceus Club MURPHY, JOSEPH . 28 Horton Ave,, Lynbrk. Signal Drum Major, Concert Band, District Symphony Orchestra, Orches- tra, Chorus, Entertainment Troupe, Percussion Ensemble, Marching Band, District Orchestra, "Music Man": Pit Orchestra MURRAY, EILEEN 124 Dean St., VS MY TKO, DIANE 64 E. Fenimore St., VS Soph. Homeroom Rep., Library Ass't. NAPPI, MICHELINE 99 Ormonde Blvd., VS Attendance Ass't NAPPY, JOHN 105 Drake St., Mlvrn. Varsity Football, Varsity Wrestling, Varsity Baseball, Varsity Club NASH, KATHLEEN 38 N. Corona Ave., VS Gregg Club NASTA, MICHAEL 58 S. Cottage St., VS Football Club NEEDLEMAN, MARC 44 State St., VS Radio Club NESPICA, ELEANOR 19 Fairfax St., VS French Club, Russian Honor Sociey, Chorus, Shakespeare Society, Badmin- ton Club, Volleyball Club, Cadet: Credits 8: Iden. Staff, Service Club NICOLOSI, JOHN 209 Ethel St., VS NOLAN, STEPHEN 75 Regent St., VS NORMAN, JANE 49 Union St., VS Crier: News Editor, Tennis, Volley- ball, Ski Club, F.T.A., Caduceus Club, Culture Club, Library Ass't., Jr. 8: Sr. One-Act Play: Publ., French Club NOVAK, DOUGLAS 22 E. Chester St., VS Bowling Club, JV Bowling Team, Rifle Club, Orchestra OBEDIN, ANITA 108 Ann St., VS Crier: Circ. Staff, Bio Lab Ass't., Library Ass't., Culture Club, Archery Club, Ski Club, Judo, Homeroom Ig?-pg Young State-smen, Volleyball u O'BRIEN, EUGENE 41 S. Central Ave., VS Rifle Club O'BRIEN, LAWRENCE 89 Putnam Ave., VS JV Football, Basketball Club O'BRIEN, ROBERT 41 S. Central Ave., VS O'CONNOR, CHRISTINE 85 N. Cottage St., VS Leaders-Club, Jr. Council, Sr. Coun- cil, Student Council, Pep Club, Bad- minton Club, Basketball, Volleyball, Archery, Bio Lab Ass't. o'coNNoR, JAMES 64 Todd Rd., vs ODIERNO, ALFRED 28 Birchwood Dr., VS JV 8: V Soccer, Astra, Physical Fit- ness Club, Rho Delta Sigma OELLERICH, DONALD 56 E. Lincoln Ave., VS OHMS, PAUL 160 Casper St., VS JV Basketball, Track, JV Bowling Team OLIVA, VINCENT 128 Prague St., VS OLLEY, MICHAEL 103 E. Mineola Ave., VS OLIVO, LAURA t 65 Ormonde Blvd., VS Badminton, Tennis, Archery, Soft- ball Clubs ORGEL, ROBERT 1527 Vista Rd., VS Debate Club, Drama Council, One- Act Play: Actor 8: Director, JV 8: V Baseball, Biology Club, Rep. Tem- porary Student Council ORISHAK, TERRY 59 Ethel St., VS Modern Dance . ORLANDO, MICHAEL 136 SalernVAve., VS OSTOP, STEPHEN 119 Guenther Ave., VS Varsity Wrestling, DECA, Ski Club OSTENSEN, GARY I 70 Virginia St., VS Varsity Soccer Team, Commercial Art Club, Porfolio Club, Ski Club, Cross-Country Team, Model Build- ing Club OSTROW, SHIRLEY 106 Morris Pkwy., VS Bio Lab Ass't., Caduceus Club, Bad- minton Club, Service Club, Clinic Aid, Crier: Circulation Staff OXMAN, VVENDY 1671 Pershing St., VS Gateway, Sr. Homeroom Rep., Jr. Homeroom Rep., Magazine Sales Capt., Jr. Skit, Pep Club PALANEK, RONALD 16 Laurel Pl., VS IV Baseball PANARELLI, PAMELA 89 N. Montgomery St., VS PANZARINO, NICHOLAS 28 Putnam Ave., VS PAOLUCCI, PETER 23 Victor St., VS Auto Shop PAPAGNO, ISABEL 1616 Sherbourne St., VS Cheerleader, Advert. Rep. "All Sports Dinner" Annual, Italian Club, Culture Club, Pep Club, Candy Stand, Tennis Club, Modern Dance, Archery Club PARKER, LESLIE 96 Foster Ave., Mlvrn. Leaders Club, Spanish Honor Soci- ety, Basketball Team, Softball Team, Volleyball Club, Tennis Club, Hock- ey Club, F.T.A., Spanish Club PARKES, SUSAN 132 Dean St., VS Caduceus Club, Badminton Honor Team 84 School Team, Cadet: Ad- vertising Staff, Modern Dance PASCALE, FRANK 374 Rockaway Pkwy., VS Radio Club: Vice-Pres., Cadet Staffi Photographer, Soph. 84 Jr. One-Act Plays, "Music Man", Chemistry Club, Physics Club PASSALACQUA, PAULINE 251 Wheeler Ave., VS National Business Honor Society PATERNO, PHILIP 79 Putnam Ave., VS Basketball C l u b, JV Football, Weightlifting Club PEARL, MITCHELL 1055 Stafford Rd., VS Chemistry Club, Basketball Club, Sci- ence Serv. Club, Physics Club, Bi- ology Club, Softball Team, Winter Track PELLEGRINO, KATHY 15 E. Euclid St., VS PENZEL, VICTORIA 14 S. Hommel St., VS Sculpture Club PEREIRA, ROXANNE 149 E. Hawthorne Ave., VS Health Office Ass't PERETTI, JAMES 54 Lutz Dr., VS Auto Shop PERHAM, JUNE 98 Guenther Ave., VS PERL, JOHN 61 Regent St., VS PETERSEN, BRUCE 63 Lyon st., vs JV 8: Varsity Football, Varsity Club, Culture Club, Softball Club PFEIFER, IVIICHAEL 135 E. Melrose St., VS J.V. Bc Varsity Football, Audio-Visual, Basketball Club, Baseball, Varsity Club PHILLIPS, CHRISTINE 25 Robinson Ave., VS Modern Dance, Attendance Office Helper PHILLIPS, MAXINE 869 N. Fletcher Ave., VS National Honor Society, Soph.-Jr.- Sr. Homeroom Rep., Spanish Honor Soc: Pres., Spanish Mag.: Editor, As- tra, Gateway, Spanish Club, Cadet: Typist, Marching and Concert Band, Softball Club PIATTI, WILLIAM 106 Pilgrim Pl., VS PIRRO, ROBERT 22 Cleveland St., VS Track PIZZELLA, ROSEANN 11 W. Fenimore St., VS Gregg Club, Sculpture Club, Volley- ball, Homeroom Rep., Tennis POLLITT, KENNETH 19 W. Grant Dr., VS PONZAN, ROBERT 43 Broadway, VS National Honor Society, Astra, Tem- po, Dis't. Chorus, Band, Chorus, Jur- isprudence, Young Statesmen. PORCELLI, BRIAN 237 Foster Ave., Mlvrn. POST, THOMAS 28 Tulip Circle, VS Weightlifting, Gymnastics, Physical Fitness Club, Track POWERS, ROY 179 Berry St., VS PREVETE, CLEMENT 30 Lois Pl., VS -PROPFE, DONNA 202 E. Chester St., VS JV 8: V Cheerleading, Soph. Home- room Rep., Gregg Club, Soph. One- Act Play Skit 8: Stunt, Bowlirgg, Service Club, Basketball Club, So t- ball Club PROVENZANO, LINDA 107 N. Waldinger St., VS QUARANTO, THOMAS 17 Haven Ave., VS Ping Pong Club, Latin Club, Audio- Visual, Tennis Club, Folksinging Club, Library Club RABINOWITZ, NEIL 1130 Rottkarnp St., VS , Varsity Football Team, J.V. Basket- ball, Varsity Club, Basketball Club, Track, Weightlifting Club, Winter'4 Track, Biology Club RAFFERTY, PATRICK 1620 Putney Rd., VS RAPAGLIA, CONCETTA 9 Haven Ave., VS REESE, CAROL 178 Fir St., VS Friendship Hi-Y: Vice-Pres., Na- tional Honor Society, Jurisprudence, Latin Club, Spanish Club REGAN, WARREN 11 N. Central Ave., VS Football Team, Wrestling Team REILLY, PATRICIA 63 Virginia St., VS Orchestra, District Orchestra, Cho- rus, Latin Honor Society, Latin Club: Sec'y, French Club, French Honor Society, Cadet: Typist REINERTSEN, RAYMOND 94 Mary St., VS Varsity Football, T r a c k, Vifinter Track, Varsity Club, Basketball Club, Weightlifting Club. REISNER, ANNETTE 21 Stephen Pl., VS Bookkeeping Club, Volleyball Club, Crier: Circulation Staff RENTT, GEORGANN 42 Comber St., VS Candy Stand, Volleyball Club, Pep Club RICE, GREGORY 153 Ocean Ave., VS Gymnastics Club, Physical Fitness Club RIFENBURY, MICHAEL 44 Molyneaux Rd., VS "Music Man", Latin Club, Library Club, Chorus, Culture Club ROBBINS, BRUCE , 25 Motley,St., Mlvrn. Debate Team, Student Council: Vice- Pres., Cadet: Literary Staffhead, Var- sity Tennis, National Honor Society: Pres., Jurisprudence: Pres., Astra, Spanish Honor Soc., Young States- men ROBINSON, LAWRENCE 241 Meyer Ave., VS Auto Shop ROED, HENRY 55 Idell Rd., VS Varsity Golf: Capt., Varsity Club, Culture Club, Russian Club ROMANO, STEPHEN 36 Teneyck Ave., VS J.V. Football, Audio-visual Aids, Weight-lifting Club ROSE, BARBARA 51 W. Birchwood Dr., VS Cadet: Art 8: Literary Staff, Crier: Circulation, Commercial Art Club, French Club, Portfolio Club, F.T.A., Folksinging Club, Culture Club, Jr. One-Act Play Skit ROSEBERGER, GLENN 19 Lynwood Dr., VS Model Building Club, Rifle Club, J.V. Rifle Team, Varsity Rifle Team ROSELLI, ANN 26 Horton St., Mlrvn. Archery Club, Accounting Club ROSENBAUM, SHELDON 880 Custer St., VS Candy Stand: Mgr., Basketball Team: Mgr., Sr. One-Act Play Cast, Jr. One' Act Play Publicity 8: Skit, Soph., Jr., 8: Sr. Homeroom Rep., Student Council Fund Raising Chrmn., Bio Lab. Ass't., Jr. 8: Sr. Student Coun- cil, Cadet: Sports Staff, Culture Club ROSENZVVEIG, SHELDON 248 N. Hillside Ave., VS Cadet: Lit. Staff, Culture Club, D.E.C.A., J.V. 8: Varsity Football, Foll-:singing Club, One-Act Play Skit ROSEMAN, BRUCE . 31 Wellsboro Rd., VS Crier: Editorial Pg. Editor, Literature Club, Softball, Winter Track, Rus- new-' sian Club, Accounting Club ROSS, EDWIN 50 E. Beverly Pkwy., VS ROSSELLO, DOMINICK 146 Washington Ave., VS ROSSI, ROSEMARIE 87 Washington Ave., VS Italian Honor Society: Sec'y., Italian Club: Pres., F.T.A., Library Club ROUGHLEY, KAREN 181 Wheeler Ave., VS Culture Club, Italian RUBIN, STEVEN 185 Buscher Ave., VS Varsity Football, J.V. Football, J.V. Basketball, Varsity Club, Crier, Ca- det: Circulation Staff, Biology Club, Candy Stand, Spanish Club RUBINO, JAMES 22 Liberty Blvd., VS Auto Shop RUSSIANOFF, CHARLES 908 Dana Ave., VS RUTIGLIANO, FRANK 47 Wellsboro Rd., VS Accounting Club, Weightlifting Club RUVOLO, MICHAEL 68 Merrick Crt., VS Varsity Wrestling, Varsity Football, Magazine Drive, Rho Delta Sigma SACKSTEIN, MADELYNN 51 W. Fenimore St., VS Young Statesmen, Latin Club, Friendship, FTA, Nurse's Aid, Cul- ture Club SAGGINARIO, CAROLYN 1 Spring Garden St., VS Italian Club, Badminton Club, Bowl- ing SAHAGIAN, JOANN 1692 Greenway Blvd, Elmt. Gateway, Candy Stand, Pep Club, Tennis, Basketball, Culture Club, Soph. Homeroom Rep., One-Act Play: Tickets SAIFER, MICHAEL 281-01 Wheeler Ave., VS Rifle Club, Folk Club SALERNO, JOAN 906 Custer St., VS SALM, VIVIAN 84 Berry St., VS Caduceus Club, Judo SANDLER, NEIL 40 Wellsboro Rd., VS Jr. One-Act Play, Entertainment Troupe, Culture Club, Latin Club, Basketball Club SANTUCCI, ROBERT 400 Sherbourne Rd., VS Accounting Club, Weightlifting Club SARCHI, ERNEST 1957 Franklin Rd., VS JV and V Baseball, Basketball Club SARLO, ANGELINA 2 Park Pl., VS Badminton, Crier: Typist, Accounting Club, Basketball Club, Commercial Art Club 1 SAROSY, JAMES 24 S. Cottage St., VS Stage Ri ggers Club SAUTER, LOUISE 89 N. Cottage St., VS Home Ec. Dep't helper, Bowling 'Club SCADUTO, PAUL 259 Cornwell Ave., VS Latin Club SCALA, VIRGINIA 95 Wheeler Ave., VS Future Business Leaders SCAROLA, JUDITH ANN 23 Morris Pkwy., VS Business Honor Soc., Future Busi- ness Leaders, Orchestra, Chorus SCHAFFER, JEFFREY 883 Dana Avenue, VS SCHAPS, LAWRENCE . 1046 Clayton Rd., VS 'Softball Club, Basketball Club SCI-IEIBLICH, ALFRED 134 Martens Ave., VS SCHLESKE, DANIEL 171 E. Dover St., VS Chorus, Talent Troupe, Chem Club and Chem Service Club, Track, Dist. Chorus, "Music Man": Cast, Con- cert Choir SCHLIEN, RONNIE 1102 Fenwood Dr., VS Streamer Co-Captain, Soph. Treasur- er, Tri-Class Council, Temporary Class Council, Prom Committee, Sculpture Club, Attendance Office Ass't., Vol- leyball, Jr. Skit SCHLOSBERG, COFFEE 60 Kent Road, VS National Honor Soc., English Honor Soc., 'French Club: Vice' Pres., Dist. Orch., Dist. Chorus, Young States- men, Badminton Club, Discussion Club, Jurisprudence, Folksinging Club scHLoss, JANET 2026 Amherst Ave., VS Archery, Culture Club, German Club SCHNEIDER, ROBERT 374 Emerson Pl., VS Wrestling, Varsity Club SCHNEIDER, WILLIARI 349 Hendrickson Ave., VS Rifle Club, Bowling SCHREINER, LINDA 54 Harvard St., VS Volleyball Club, Diet Club, Gregg Club, Softball, Archery SCI-IULT, WAYNE 26 Harvard St., VS Chorus, Band, Biology, Young States- men, Jurisprudence, Basketball Club SCHULTZ, DIANNE 44 Sunset Rd., VS German Club: Vice Pres., German Honor Soc., Tennis Club, Culture Club, Latin Club, Harmony, Archery, Volleyball, FTA SCI-IUTT, WARREN 190 Fir St., VS Chorus, Dist. Chorus, Model Build- ing Club, Bowling Club SCHWARTZ, ELYSE 901 Lynn Dr., VS Spanish Club, Latin Club, FTA, Cul- ture Club, Basketball, Soph. Council SCHWARTZ, LAURA 195 Buscher Ave., VS Gateway, Latin Club, FTA, Home room Rep., Volleyball SCIACCA, ROBERT 32 Victor St., VS Young Statesmen, Jurisprudence, Rifle Club, Crier: Circulation Staff SCOMA, MARIO 60 E. Lincoln Ave., VS Weightlifting Club, Gymnastics Club SEIBERT, THERESA 40 S. Franklin Ave., VS SELBY, JOSEPH 156 Rockaway Pky., VS Rifle Club, Bowling SELFRIDGE, MARGARET ss can st., vs Caduceus Club SELLARS, MARION 258 W. Valley Stream Blvd. VS Modern Dance Club, Future Busi- ness Leaders, Bookkeeping 8: Account- ing SEMOS, GEORGE 129 Cedarlawn Blvd., VS National Honor Soc., Spanish Honor Soc., Jurisprudence, Young Statesmen SENGER, GLORIA 228 E. New York Ave., VS Bio Lab Ass't., 6: Sec'y SERATOFF, NATALIE 112 Casper St., VS SHAPIRO, CARL 138 E. Dover St., VS National Honor Soc., French Honor Soc., French Club, Soph. One-Act Play: Stage Manager, Jr. One-Act Play: Ca.st, Sr. One-Act Play: Cast, Shakespeare Soc., Science Methods 8: Materials Club SHAPIRO, JOEL 1661 Arkansas Dr., VS Basketball Club, Culture Club, Soft- ball Team SHELLY, ALICE 33 Felton Ave., VS SHEMIN, CAROL 126 Berry St., VS Soph. Council, Soph. One-Act Play 8: "Music Man": Tickets, Culture Club, Tennis, Pep Club, Chorus, Student Evaluation Comm. SHERIDAN, GAIL 6 Orchard Pl., VS French Club, FTA, Sr. One-Act Play: Publicity, Folk-singing Club, Culture Club, Archery, Basketball, Softball, Pep Club' SHULMAN, RICHARD 905 Lynn Pl., VS Temporary Rep, Const. Horneroom Rep. SIEMERS, PAUL 1520 Howell Rd., VS Chemistry Clubf Math Club, Chern- istry Service Club SILVESTRI, JOAN 1197 Fenwood Dr., VS Italian Club: Sec'y, Sculpture Club, Judo, Badminton, Archery, Gregg Club SISINNI, ESTHER 23 Hudson Ave., VS Entertainment Troupe, Chorus, Twirl- ing, Caduceus Club, Basketball, Soft- ball, Volleyball SKIDMORE, TI-IERESA 116 Ash St., VS SMOLLER, STUART 1607 Salem Rd., VS Bowling, Table Tennis Club SMITH, BONNIE 171 Berry St., VS Electronics Club, Vice Pres., Friend- ship, Caduceus SMITH, CHRISTINE 183 Rockaway Pkwy., VS Archery SMITH, HENRY B. 10 S. Hommel St., VS Audio-Visual, JV Wrestling, Softball Club, Basketball Club SMITH, HENRY L. 103 E. Melrose St., VS SMITH, SANDRA 179 Maujer St., VS Pep Club, Apparatus Club SOFARBLLI, JANET 134 Cedar St., VS Pep Club, Apparatus, Club SOFARELLI, NICHOLAS 55 West End Av., VS JV 8: Varsity Baseball, Accounting Club, Varsity Club, Weightlifting Club, Basketball Club, Apparatus, Baseball Club, Ass't. Homeroom Rep. SOFARELLI, JOHN 128 Cedar St., VS Varsity Club, Basketball Club, JV 8: V Basketball, JV 8: V Baseball, Accounting Club, Weightlifting Club SOLOMON, JANIE 255 N. Cottage St., VS SORRENTINO, MARIE 104 Pilgrim Pl., VS Italian Club SPECTOR, SUSAN 71 W. Fenimore St., VS Latin Club, Culture Club, FTA, French Club, Attendance Office Aide, Tennis Club SPRECHER, SHERRIL 10 Keller St., VS Spanish Club, FTA, Library Clubs, Bowling Club, Culture Club, Servicef Club, Golf Club SPRINCZELES, JILL 77 E. Euclid St., VS Sculpture Club, Spanish Club, Friendship, Crier: Advertising Staff, Portfolio Club, Folk-singing Club SQUITIERI, MILLICENT 222 E. New York Ave., VS Pep Club, Apparatus STAGNITTA, SALVATORE 1605 Morgan St., VS STAINKAMP, CAROL MARIE 450 N. Corona Ave., VS FTA, President Sc Treas., Sculpture Club, Crier: Reporter, Crier: Circ. Staff, Friendship, Hockey STAMILE, ROBERT 165 Boden Ave., VS Varsity Club, Culture Club, Basket- ball Club, JV 81 Varsity Football, Varsity Club, Culture Club, Basket- Sports Writer, Apparatus, Softball, Homeroom Rep. STARR, JANET 161 Cornwell Ave., VS Culture Club STECKMEST, EDWARD 150 N. Central Ave., VS Cross-Country, Track, Ski Club STEIGERWALD, ARLENE 579 Hendrickson Ave., VS Cacluceus Club: Pres. Sc Treas. Soph 8: Sr. Council, Culture Club, Service Club, Sculpture Club, Crier: Circ. and Publicity, German Club, Basket- ball Club STEIN, SUSAN 39 Gold sf., vs National Honor Society, Leaders Club, Orchestra, Latin I-Ionor Soci- ety, French Honor Society, Volley- ball, Basketball, Hockey, Softball, Jurisprudence STEINBOCK, JEAN 295 Euclid S., VS Latin Club: Vice Pres., Gateway, Ca- det: Sports Staff, Culture Club, Ca- det: Art Staff, Soph. One-Act Play: Ass't. Director, Sr. One-Act Play: Publicity Mgr., Service Club,' Candy Stand, Basketball STEINERT, MARJORIE 24 Cedar St., VS Commercial Art Club STEMPLE, HILARY 178 Ann St., VS Latin Honor Society: Pres., Director of Sr. One-Act Play, Latin Club: Pres., Soph. Class Sec'y., Gateway: Historian, Cadet: Circulation Staff, Culture Club, Flower Girl, Basket- ball, Homeroom Rep. STETZER, ELLEN 124 N. Terrace Pl., VS National Honor Society, Portfolio Club, Cadet: Art staff, One-Act Play: Publicity, Crier: News Staff, Flower Girl, Tennis Club, Volley- ballb Club, Culture Club, Basketball Clu STREIT, DIANE 183 Ash St., VS Homeroom Rep., Latin Club, FTA, Service Club, Culture Club STUMPF, KATHLEEN 62 Boden Ave., VS French Honor Society, French Club, Marching Band, Concert Band SUTTON, JOANNE 25 Chestnut La., VS Commercial Art Club: Vice Pres., Chess Club SZACHACZ, KATHY 25 Teneyck Ave., VS Gregg Club, Culture Club TAMM, GEORGE 105 N. Corona Ave., VS National H o n o r Society, "Music Man", Cross-Country Track, Chorus, Y o u n g Statesmen, Jurisprudence, German Club, Basketball Club TANCRETO, RICHARD 97 Walker St., Mlvrn. JV Baseball Team, Basketball Club, Winter Track TANK, CAREN 101 Pilgrim Pl., VS . National Honor Society, N2f1OI1Hl Business Honor Society, G e r rn a n Club, FBLA, Gregg Club TEPEDINO, ALFONSO Q 70 Haven Ave., VS Table Tennis Club, Basketball Club TESORIERO, JOSEPH 1121 Aurelia Crt., VS THOMAS, CHARLES 53 E. Mineola Ave., VS THOMPSON, SUSAN 297 W. Jamaica Ave., VS Horneroom Rep., Culture Club, FTA, Sculpture Club, Pep Club, Volley- ball Club, Sr. One-Act Play: Pub- licity THORMAN, RAYMOND 42 Home St., VS TILLWITZ, MAUREEN 126 Kent Rd., VS Spanish Club, Sculpture Club, Ca- duceus Club, FTA TORTORICI, JOANNE 12 Fairfax St., VS Talent Troupe, Dist. Chorus, Con- cert and Marching Band, Folksing- ing, Soph. One-Act Play: Cast, "Mu- sic Man": Cast, Concert Choir, Dist. Band, South Nassau Sectional Chor- us, Crier: Publicity TRECKMAN, ELIZABETH 16 Blossom Row, VS German Club, Russian Club, Library Club, Hockey, Volleyball, Basketball, Softball TUBBS, HELEN 215 Hendrickson Av., VS "Music Mann: Cast, Chorus, Biology Lab Ass't, Caduceus Club TUCKER, ALLAN 78 S. Montague St., VS Band: Student Director, Talent Troupe, Tempo, National Honor So- ciety, Cadet: Literary Staff, Orches- tra, Tennis, Russian Club, Jurispru- dence, Crier: Feature Editor TUMBARELLO, ROGER 173 Shaw Ave., VS Basketball Club, Culture Club VACCARO, JOSEPH 70 Ormonde Blvd., VS Baseball, Basketball VALENTINE, CARL 43 Roeckel Ave., VS VAN SLYCK, CATHERINE 25 Mary St., VS Spanish Honor Society VARSALONA, JOELLEN 128 Fletcher Ave., VS Modern Dance Club, Commercial Art Club VERDON, DIANE 457 Rockaway Pkwy., VS Jr. Council, Sr. Council, Student Council, Temp. Homeroom Rep., Jr. One-Act Play: Makeup, "Light Up The Sky": Makeup, Sr. One-Act Play, Pep Club Candy Stand VERGA, JANICE 19 Hamilton Ave., VS VIOLA, MATTEO 116 Fir St., VS VISSICHELL1, GEORGE 117 Delmonico Pl., VS Auto Shop ' VITALE, MARILYN 91 S. Montague St., VS Italian Club, Ping Pong, Badminton, Health Office Aide, Softball VITALE, SILVANA 91 S. Montague St., VS Italian Club, Badminton, Softball, Ping Pong, Health Office Aid VON VVERNE, PAUL 45 Teneyck Ave. VS WAGENBLAST, ADELE 175 Washington Ave., VS Health Office Aid WAGNER, DAVID 83 Fletcher Ave., VS Chem Club, Basketball, Softball Team WALDMAN, MARC 1630 Greenway Blvd., VS Soccer, Basketball Club WALKER, DIANE 97 Foster Ave., Mlvrn. Modern Dance, Harmony WALKER, KATHLEEN 1130 Jasper St., VS Portfolio Club WALSH, BRIAN 51 E. Beverly Pkwy., VS WASSERMAN, STUART 124 Ann St., VS Gymnastics Club, Softball Club, Chemistry Club WATTS, DIANA 213 E. Hawthorne Ave., VS WEBBER, GINGER 44 Keller St., VS Health Office Aid, F.B.L.A., Basket- ball Club, Volleyball Club WEISBACH, WARREN 180 Dogwood Rd., VS Rifle Club VVEISBERG, PETER 290 E. Euclid St., VS Soph. Jr. 8: Sr. Homeroom Rep., Bi- ology, Clxib, Crier: Reporter, Basket-l ball Club, Publicity One-Act Plays WEKAR, STEVEN 1673 Pershing St., VS Tennis Club, Audio-Visual WERBECK, ELAINE 28 Remsen Ave., VS WERHNER, DONALD 186 N. Grove St., VS Varsity Soccer Team, Varsity ,Base- ball, All Division Member Soccer, All South Shore Member Soccer, J.V. Basketball, Rho Delta Sigma WERNER, KATHLEEN 59 N. Cottage St., VS Spanish Honor Society, Spanish Club, Caduceus Club, Latin Club, Badmin- ton Club WESLEY, SUSAN 58 Harvard St., VS National Honor Society, Astra, Ca- det: Typing Staffhead, Math Club and Team, Chorus, French Club, Young Statesmen, Volleyball Club, Jurisprudence WIESELBERG, RONALD 1538 Debra Pl., VS Football, Ski Club, One Act Play WIESELMAN, BARBARA 1679 Mark Pl., VS F.T.A., Harmony, Crier: Circulation, Volleyball, Bowling Club, Basket- ball Club, Culture Club WILGAN, DOREEN 85 Berry St., VS Pep Club, Future Bus. Leaders of America WILK, IRIS 19 Sloan Dr. S., VS F.T.A., Crier: News 8: Circ. Staffs, Cadet: Advertising Staff, Folksing- ing Club, Culture Club, Sr. One-Act Play: Publicity, Pep Club, Flower Girl Committee, Jurisprudence WILLIAMS, THOMAS 108 Judith Lane, VS Russian Club, Russian Honor Soc., Culture Club, Jurisprudence WILSON, JANICE 39 Albert Rd., VS WILSON, SCOTT 33 Cedarlawn Blvd., VS WINHEIM, JEANNE 17 Copaigue St., VS WIINTER, MILDRED 124 Carroll Ave., VS Talent Troupe, Future Business Leaders of America WINTERS, SUSAN 141 William St., VS WISHINGRAD, JAY 890 Dana Ave., VS Astra, Jurisprudence, Young States- men, Soph., Jr. 8: Sr. Hmrm. Rep., Varsity Tennis, J.V. Baseball, French Club, Cadet, International Relations Club, Crier WISNOWSKI, THOMAS 22 Meyer Ave., VS WOLK, JEFFREY 1183 Fenwood Dr., VS Ski Club, Culture Club WOLKEN, CAROL 2 E. Euclid St., VS WONG, LINDA 274 Buscher Ave., VS WOOD, SUSAN 28 Birchwood Dr. W., VS Russian Honor Society, Russian Club: Vice-Pres., French Club: Vice- Pres., Talent Troupe, Cadet: Credits and Iden. 8: Advertising Staffs, Cri- er, Twirling: Co-Captain, Harmony, Jr. 8: Sr. One-Act Play: Publicity, Chorus WORFLER, ERIC 391 Arkansas Dr., VS YANOFF, STEVEN 418 Hungry Harbor Rd., VS YONDOLA, CAROL 67 Lyon St., VS Streamers, Culture Club, Hmrm. Al- ternate, Pep Club, Basketball Club, Future Business Leaders of America YONKE, NANCY 329 N. Grove St., VS Caduceus Club, Judo YOUNG, ANNE' 295 E. Chester St., VS National Honor Soc., French Honor Soc., Math Club, French Club: Sec'y, Harmony: Recording Sec'y .District Orch., Chorus, Tempo, Badminton Club, Jurisprudence Club YOUNG, MARY 235 Fletcher Ave., VS National Honor Soc., Sec'y, Leaders' Club, Chorus, Latin Club, Volley- ball Club, Hockey Club, Basketball Club Sc Honor Teams ZELNIKER, MARK 54 Clinton St., Mlvrn. J.V. and Varsity Basketball, Spanish Honor Soc., Astra, Honor Usher ZIININIERMAN, LESLIE 155 Albemarle Ave., VS Cadet: Art Staff Head, Commercial Art Club, Portfolio Club, Sculpture Club, Library Club, Pep Club ZUBOW, DEBORAH 128 E. Argyle St., VS Cadet: Editor-In-Chief National Hon- or Society, Young Statesmen, As- tra, French Club 8: Honor Society, Jurisprudence, Band, Chorus, Har- mony, Honor Usher, One-Act Play: Publicity ZUCKER, CLIFFORD 1665 Pershing St., VS Radio Club: Pres. 8: Treas., Stage Crew, Bio Club, Science Methods and Materials Club ZUCKERWISE, PHYLLIS 1054 March Dr., VS National Honor Soc., French Honor Soc., Latin Honor Soc., Astra, Gate- way, French Club, Latin Club, Cadet: Literary Staff, Crier: News 8: Fea- tures, Jurisprudence ZUPPELLO, SUSAN 148 Cedar St., VS, Flower Girl, Culture Club, Pep Club ZURLO, JANET ' 29 Felton Ave., VS F.T.A. GRADUATED AUGUST 1965 HALL, JUNE 40 Nostrand Ave., VS GRADUATED AUGUST 1966 ISRAELOFF, CAROLE 1038 Clayton Rd., VS LEVINE, STEVEN 1 S. Georgia St., VS MOSILLO, JOANNE 95 Gunther Ave., VS PANNULLO, JERRY 148 East N.Y. Ave., VS PORTESI, LINDA 12 Cumberland Pl., VS POWELL, KATHLEEN 110 Gates Ave., Mlvrn. PRITCHARD, ROBERT 117 Fir St., VS SCHERY, CAROL 165 E. Chester St., VS SCHLOSBERG, MY RA 60 Kent Rd., VS SLAVIN, BARBARA 371 Arkansas Dr., VS Toccr, ROBERT 1943 Fmkiin Rd., vs VALLI, DONNA 26 Remsen Ave., VS WASSERMAN, NEIL 157 Ann St., VS ZIEGLER, DIANE 9 Sprague Dr., VS HONOR USHERS Row 1: R. Rossi, C. Milton, T. Anastasio, P. Martino Row 2: P. Donovan, 1. Bell, D. Haber, D. Zubow Raw 3: K. Aroinson, B. Berkowitz, D. Klein Raw 4: C. Shapiro, R. Mertz, M. Zelnicker, S. Donn, B. Levine P-55351 I . ' .", -we Mb -gm. . 'XL' 'N 1 '. : N 'W ' Q 2 fs . i Q an 917 1 .751 5 J Y 'J if 1 RF. , . ' ji . c,-if-qt- .. A , . 'V 1 ,Q if 'lf I ' ' 'Q . A' ' an .X 1 qi' -fig' is 4' . 3 c , . ' 4? ., ix., I 'il ' ' 'v E f , TX A ., . .. , FLOWER GIRLS fl -I z 1. t fr K A 'A ' lx :.Q X I :V fr ,., it A 1 i I i Row 1: P. Zuckerwise, K. Mita, A. Lyson, K. Maggipinto, C. Kircher, C. Reese, I. Meltzer, L. Eng Row 2: L. Bailey, M. Philips, M. Laga, H. Sternple, E. Stetzer, S. Dietz Row 3: N. Bahrenburg, B. Cashdan, I. Wilk, C. Hilt Rou' 4: S. Zupello, R. D'Amato, D. Magarino, K. Heinssen, A. Manetz Each year, after arduous testing, sixteen juniors are chosen as Honor Ushers for Commencement. Along with Miss Griffith they help to plan, organize, and direct the graduation exercises. Flower girls, chosen for their beauty and poise, enliven the proceedings by dispensing floral cheer. 2 2, ii "Wait until they turn the next corner!" Harry Hero saves the skit! -.. sn.. I 'w :wi ' I W V J 1 Y 1 gy u ii TI 4 'N 1 im 1 .ff 1 1 -x X r 2 W owns: A , ' f ffamy, X Q Cb W W X J XfMjM.w, !jWjM7 f Q i CV K J fx Mg JE U H ll ,q A k w M GTK J V vu fi. vsb . DR. WALTER D. STILLE, District Principal DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION Central High District 9951 is being run by a capable and youthful man. Dr. Walter D. Stille, replete with a most imposing physique and a slight southern clrawl, is a highly unusual man. From Louisi- ana to Chicago to New jersey to Valley Stream, Dr. Stille's move- ments have been motivated by one major premise: he has wanted to be where there was the biggest job to be done, and here he is. He leaves one with the impression that the most meaningful thing a school system can do is to graduate young people equipped to live individual lives in today's conformist world. ,. if 'I , ' : A V' .. ., Y 'i1IiI!II I It . EIISI - 3 I Y-. ,-. .. .... I ,L Sealed: E. McAULIFFEg DR. S'l'ILLEg H. HOLDER, President. Slanding: D. VIGLIOTTIQ JUDGE LOEW, District Attornevg G. LEVINE P HELLMERS, Business Administralorg DR. BELLQ S. ROMASHQ C.'R.EPP, District Clerkg E. MacI.EANg I.. TAUBQ W. RUDOLPHQ A. BUCHS BAUM 98 SCHOCDL ADMINISTRATION EDWARD KURFESS, Principal The man behind it all, Mr. Kurfess, has, in his own words, "been around a long time", from the days when he chaperoned those fabled Washington trips and coached football to his present position as our principal. As he has grown along with Central and has help- ed it to grow, he has become aware of all aspects of life at Central, and has been its guiding force-the man whose judgment keeps Central running smooth- ly and efficiently, perhaps the most de- manding job of all. Qi "LL"-il...- H. BERTRAM KELLER Mr. Keller, our Assistant Principal, will be remembered for his warmth and sympathy in his dealings with students. As Talent Troupe founder and sponsor, P. A. announcer, organist, and Sunday school teacher, Mr. Keller will leave personal memories with the privileged few who worked with him during their high school years. X ,Q ALFRED NEAMAN Official duties ranging from helping Mr. Keller in the attendance office to maintaining school discipline fall under the jurisdiction of Administrative As- sistant, Mr. Neaman. His ready smile and sympathetic ear have earned him the respect and affection of many stu- dents in his years at Central. "kia T ni.: ANNE BRAASCH Never fear! The enigmatic smile on the face of the woman in the back of the room does not signal a raid by the Thought Police. Miss Braasch, Centra1's Assistant Principal in Instruction, is there only to discover and test new methods of teaching and course changes. Relax. RICHARD HASMAN GUIDANCE an E EANNE ALLEN, Chairman I E ,Nl 'vv , , . H-0-rg' C' i ,ax A X L Qi ,,,, , N1 ALLEN STILLMAN LILLIAN FISHER, KATHERINE MOORE Reading Specialist -L i NORMAN HEISCHOBER ROBERT COPPOLA LAURA DODSON LI B EDITH IONAS W! " f V F. DWIGHT YOUNG Testing, placement, and counseling are some of the essential services per- formed by our Guidance Department. Miss Allen and her associates diligently assist every student in choosing his program, career, or school. With almost two thousand students, the job becomes extremely complex, and yet, by their patience and interest, the counselors afford each student the opportunity of making full use of the aids and facilities of the Guidance Department. Whenever an accident or emergency occurs, Mrs. Miller, our school nurse, is nearby with a remedy on hand, be it band-aid or needle and thread. At the close of her third year of service, CADET offers her warm congratu- lations. NURSE Lgkimigiiiiky PSYCHOLOGIST :gd A f ,ff , '...s 1-f- E E a s fi SELMA MILLER MARY GREEN ENGLISH Central's English Department faces the difficult task of try- ing to unlock for students the po- tential richness and personal rele- vance of literary works, while finding itself also forced to con- centrate on fundamental skills ranging from spelling to research techniques. Nevertheless, with the inspired guidance of Mrs. Stearn, the department manages to instill in many students an appreciation of past and contemporary literature. Interested pupils may also elect courses in public speaking and dfHm3tl WLM EUNICE STEARNg chairman hffjlgd ARTHUR MONK WILLIAM LEVERICH JANE LEDER " ALBERT SPECT OR l T77 fs' ,- T, S ,J Q, CATHERINE FARINON RICHARD HERRMANN LYNNE LAPPIN THOMAS HACKETT ANTHONY MAGRO SUSAN MCCAMBRIDGE MARJORIE AMBERMAN MARILYN RYAN ROSEMARIE MILES KATHLEEN NEYLON mf? f W J XxX .?L XX ' IV by ADJ gydxfjyfvqfg QV W fi Jjp, lb XX J! Rlmvyift Joi, M ' bf K U STANTON BISHOP MARYANN RAGONA FREDERIC KNOERZER HARRY FEIGENBAUMI 6 .I ,ffjx JOSEPH FALCO ' ' V ' W 'Q - K, Z ZLL . ffxi 'il Iv ff O' IJ n ' L' ,f f aff' lf if L I, 4, .nfl , 4 , M, H f fa", ,V Vx- ARQLAKI X, QCP, Y 2.7, 4 SOCIAL ff f GEORGE WIEMER WILLIAM TROYAN Y ERIC LINDBERG LEON LEFKOWITZ ST U DI E S HARRY LEVINE WILLIAM GIMELLO A? ocem DAISY MAE GRIFFITH, Chairman Central's Social Studies Department, chaired by Miss Griffith, tries to prepare students for knowledgeable citizenship by enabling them to achieve some degree of insight into the behavior of groups of men, past and present, political, economic, and social. Toward this end courses are offered in World history, American history, government, and economics. Advanced place- ment American history is available for stu- dents of greater capability wishing to obtain college credit. GRACE O'BRIEN HAMPTON MEARS CHARLES LaPALME MATHEMATICS The discipline of mathematics is of enormous significance amid the complexity of our society. Centralfs Mathematics Department meets the needs thus placed upon it by providing a multitude of courses covering a wide variety of areas at many levels. From elementary' algebra to calculus, Miss Caughran and her colleagues fully prepare students to take their mathematical places in the outside world. ' nf' VJ V A MARCELLE FALCONI LoU1s Nou. MARILIE CAMISA ELIZABETH MCLELLAN FUSCQ JOSEPHINE SIEINER FRANCIS DeMITA BURTON MORTIMER 1 -l fll f Jf SCIENCE The complex, often mystifying forces, functions, and substances of the physical world are the sub- jects of the Science Department. Under the leader- ship of Mr. Barry Spector, courses in biology, chem- istry and physics are offered on various levels and with ever-changing curricula to match the advances of modern science. Despite the hardships imposed upon faint-hearted or less than-nimble students and teachers unaccustomed to mass mayhem, lab- oratory periods attest to the belief that scientific principles are best learned first hand. BARRY I PHYLLIS EIGENBERG NORBERT HERTEL VALERIA RICHIE cl Sc X Co JAY MICHAELSTEIN .4 1 .,-'iff' , , I f "" 'L .EEA hPaU I. . V J 74 EUGENE SHAFT O LOCHLIN HUTH PHILIP FROMHARTZ LUCIA MENZEL SAMUEL SEADER 107 Qffwfwfdf M My LANGUAGE Central's Language Department is the most varied one of all the schools in the district. Students are offered courses in five modern languages-French, German, Italian, Russian, and Spanish-in addi- tion to the two years of Latin taught by Miss Munro, the chairman. Emphasis is placed on the development of an understanding and ap- preciation of the history and customs of other peoples as well as mastery of written and spoken language. Further enrichment for interested students is offered in language clubs and honor societies. PEGGY MEYERS ESTHER SCHLACK 4 1- L 'C-7 f p p ANN KELLER MARION DeGENNARO ANNA WEIH l - 1 R . X Q E J-bl. V ' J , rg SANDRA Nov1cK HENRY KRAMER ROBERT BRUNO B U SI N ESS DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION NICHOLAS VALVANO Mr. Dare's Business Education Department pro- vides an opportunity for students to prepare them- selves for business careers. Practical math, secre- tarial skills, bookkeeping, salesmanship, and busi- ness law courses are taught, and training is given in office situations. In conjunction with courses, stu- dents may be required to hold outside jobs for further experience. LUCILLE JAcoBsoN HERMAN ZIMMERING OSCAR COTTON X E23 MARTHA KREMIN W. smnn-conoun ww LYYDIA TERVO SANDRA STALEY EMMANUEL ROSEN ' V7 5 - 4 ,, "4 CHARLES J. DARE, chairman MURIEL KAss IRWIN NEWMAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 'fn -4'n--,M ' EDWARD GRAHAM, Chairman The boys' and girls' 'Physical Education Departments, under the direction of Mr. Edward Graham, pursue the Greek ideal of a sound body through the develop- ment of varied athletic skills, general fitness and en- durance, and some knowledge of rules and strategy. Although at graduation few students find themselves resembling either Odysseus or Helen of Troy, gym periods do provide a much-needed emotional outlet through physical activity. NORMAN ROWEN DANIEL MANTRONE PRISCILLA DRAYTON LAURA LEVY BETTY ANN WAGNER ART I X FAUSTO CIMADOR, Chairman Under the direction of Mr. Fare, the Music Department offers an outstanding selection of organizations for interested and talented stu- dents: concert band, twirlers, streamers, or- chestra, chorus, percussion ensemble, and marching band. In addition, music is the only department organized on a district level, en- abling students to play in the district band, chorus, and orchestra. 'lk 'K . ARTHUR F ARE, Chairman A varied curriculum and the leadership of Mr. Cimador combine to make the Art Department a valuable asset both to the students and to the school. The department takes on jobs from painting scenery for school plays to designing posters. The Art Department provides outstanding service to Central while preparing students for careers in artistic fields. 4? ANNE HAYDEN BRENDA BEST WM 5 ba ROBERT PETERSQN EDWARD FIDLER GEORGE BOBERG ical Uifilfxfwgf if 5 Qeedfr ml Knew UQ AJZMQMUSIC T, g new if if U CLQC J A 4-S 3,24 IV. Z 5 M L WJ My ... ri X V ,J y IOS H D'ELIA, Chairman X I xx, X I The health course, taken according to state law by all seniors, attempts to compress the entire science of hum- an behavior, from basic psy- chology to personal hygiene, into one semester of inten- sive study. Emphasis is placed on how the subject matter can affect the lives of the students by making them more aware of the princi- ples underlying their behav- ior. The chairman, Mr. D'Elia, is a leader in the state health education field. 1 I - I v if I ,X at ' H l M ' I X im my VIRGINIA FUREY my T A I I Iv, ix xx fs, J, .uf 2 ANTHONY FORTUNATO, Special Education ANDREW FISHER, Permanent Substitute ls' II2 JUNE HECKELMAN HOME ECONOMICS Under the leadership of Miss Magowan, the Home Economics Department of- fers the girls of Central intensive study in the basics of homemaking. Extensive facilities enable students to obtain first-hand experience in practical situations. JACQUELINE MAGOWAN, Chairman Ziff ARTHUR I BAISLEY INDUSTRIAL ARTS Elaborate equipment and ex- perienced instructors prepare stu- dents for careers in fields ranging from automotive engineering to Woodcraft. Mr. Kern and his as- sociates provide the necessary know-how. ANTHONY SPADARO KENNETH KERN Cha1rman pul4,d.ggZl SRI! 7 5.,..--'71--' I f s wife 5.332 3 . ,,.r, Q i mv-,5 l. II? -in-m4f.....-:.... ft! P29 L It ::gI 1,27 ..,, 2' lu' . Q, I I air ' ' I , .' ' .1 if 4:4 ' -'1l it 1" RICHARD CARDONE LESTER BRAGG DRIVER EDUCATION SAUL LEIBNER RICHARD VOLLMER, Chairman Through persever- ance, understanding, and iron nerve, the Driver Education De- partment has succeed- ed in preparing count less numbers of stu dents for the attain ment of the single most important sym- bol of adolescent suc- cess: the driver's li- cense. Though teach- 'Q ers with classes front- ' " ing on the Fletcher "- Avenue drag strip must occasionally re- gret the expertise of Mr. Vollmer and his cohorts, "such are the wages of sin." EDWARD AYLMER ROBERT STAMPF KENNETH BOEGNER PAUL WOLFTEICH ,TOE FARIVIER 1 WW f , 1 A , WW nu z pale' i, f . V lf . Q ,Q I ' ' A fl " ,iq ,UV if f kwa, it l LJ. A pg! t NANCY PALUMBO ISABELLE l?l15DULPH MARY DONAHUE 41-ldxkw Munn, To the secretaries of Central falls the responsibility for the ef- ficient operation of the school. These skilled and dedicated ladies H ,. handle the thousands of calls, let- ters, and appointments that keep Central running, and their efforts are sincerely appreciated. 4 il iw ELEANOR SKOFIELD -I O Q JP Z CD Raw 1: George Koller, Frank Rossano, Lena Childs, james Walker, Bill St. George Row 2: Ed Marcinski, Bob Scherrer, Al Tilts, Patrick Crowley, Robert Martinez II4 ,iQ T HELEN WILLIAMSON Seldom do we acknowl- edge the tremendous im- portance of those engaged in the herculean task of trying to keep Central in- tact and functioning against the ravages of time, dirt, and student savagery. To Mr. Scherrer and his staff we owe our thanks for a clean and pleasant school. RUTH SALZER CLARA WOODBURY ELINORE LEBOHNER 45131 SECRETARIES DOROTHY ROTHFUSS MARJORIE FELTZ Eleven women in white comprise one of the most dedicated, yet least acknowl- edged groups at Central. Mrs. Smith and her cafete- ria workers are faced. with the task of providing well- balanced, nutritious meals for daily hordes of hungry students with a multitude of tastes. Considering the ingenuity necessary to pre- pare the same food in so many ways, the ladies must be congratulated. Anyway, there are always sandwiches. CAFETERIA STAFF Row 1: Katarina. Martin, Rosella Smith, Rose Pellegrino Alice Thompson Row 2: Mary D1Puma, Frances Valerio, Martha Andre Andre Mary Vxviano Ann White Georgette Bellone, Winifred Jansen ' awww? , N, 1, ' .' ' yt 1 ,,,,,,:Wwf 2 , , 4 I ' If ,, fm' -1 x V vfff HM aff 3 E ,, ,,,4 , , ,V I V 1 1 ',',' . I Ill in new Q ' -. Q ' x ,,, fe " o" ff o 5 ss , s X N -8924 ' 'W' 01 - A 41,91 ,La " ,u x v. x -. su n 4 0 Q," , ,- Q- My ff Q 1 , ,f ,-xt.-tp, ,iffy 1- +201 5: ,'.v"'4 My Q ,fo ef' ",, ,gf iff? n ,. ,. ,fa 47,.1?,x Zfsgzj "He thinks he's going to find fault with my car" 172' 7'1?W"'. '- f7.,7,.-ff: www v.:.-M: ,. ,f"'11'- f. V :..,'f,'f7f ,Q ' f ' ' ' " ff- .v,., 'L-"gi f'!'f1T-f' z9'9 J ' W V f ' t -1-'ff 1 5. ' .1 ff-' -f ' ...,., ' ' I 9 y VQVP V' ' i i . M.. V 5 WZ' , ' , .n,' 53 I lima ,V I ' if f "As you can see, my Mercedes has superior parts" ,,,., ., , , . W- , M... , ,, , I vw ff f 13. "What do you mean your Zodiac is better?" II6 TEACHERS' AIDES V1 cs 5, Z E Row 1: E. Schultz, E. McCormack, F. Calderone, C. Wagenblast Row 2: M. Grancher, O. McCormack, M. Chryssos, L. La Porta AV5WW,Q,9f'!g 1 M Wifzw My W Wjjww W www KEN 1 Mya Q Q QL'-' L. I V' ,- h. ,gif xx ' Q, . -. .' Q V' xx 4-14 .- 4' . . f ,.,,..,-. - .- WL.: ..,,fg1., 5: ,.- 4 , " b' . .Ji 3, M, , -15:6 ,- f ' X, , -' , I N M .qu .4 ' 'Q X -fufv 'xxx I' 4'-' , 1 ' I Fx 'ZW 12 44 TPI y 'D w Jffgr.. , 1 , Q ,. M 1 I nw, ,,., A . ' X rc, H Steve Donn, Bill Frohlich, jane Getter, Ronnie Mertz, Frank Pascale, Joel Hirsh, Identification Editors Photography Editors Andy Berner, Debbie Zubow, Editors-in-Chief Debbie Haber, Circulation Staff Head ,9- J W WJ W5 , tgfi5,jfWgf'ifgll' W Leslie Zimmerman, Art Staff Head ll r lla' iv Terry Anastasio, Sports Editor Ed' Mitchell Block, Business Manager Susan Wesley, Typing 1tOI ' ,-as fr 7, X :F ps .. . ,WN ff' yr, n g, L1 srl E I xr. 'is ,V L K lil J ' V . , , 5 ' Nx sf' Lf H ' 'V ---ff" ""' 1 LZ' M y S" 'i F N , 1 S ,, .,,. ,,,, - W, , Myy, - A - Bruce Robbins, V Literary Editor 1, l 1967 Adrienne Lester Advertising Staff Head 2 S Stephanie Gould, Lorraine Bailey, TL. .A.A In. EJIL-.. Ml' r, 5 ...M ar: 5 5 Mr. Harry Feigenbaum Mr. Fausto Cimador Advisors The general chaos which pervades the third floor daily can be attributed to none other than the gay bunch in, or occasionally out of, the CADET room. If you can cut eighth period, and have guts and a strong stomach, come within a few feet of the door some day, and above the roar you may be able to piece together several coherent words . . . "Who if that girl in the second row?" "I'm on threeseesf' "You're fired!" "Who's Nunzio Colombo?" "Where am I going to find a new co-editor?,' "The deadline was when?" Milf' Circulation, Row 1: R. Klein, J. joseph, G. Haslam, J. Hersh, K. Barnwell, L. Bailey, Row 2: B. Cashdan, J. Gill, C. Shemin, S. Rubin, P. Conley, J. Liff, S. Leffert, D. Cass, G. Cronin, S. Rosenbaum, D1 Klein, P. Kohn, J. Greenfield Identifimtion, Seated.-J. Getter, Raw 1.' K. Goldstein, J. Bell, J. Hersh, S. Lachow, L. Eng, S. Wood, Raw 2.' J. Gill, B. Cashdan, L. Lasky, 1. Kite, S. Rosenzweig, R. Mertz, D. Coven, J. Wishingrad, J. Liff, G. Cronin, L. Davis, L. Glaser, P. Kohn Adrfertiring, Seated: A, Lester, J. Getter, L. Davis, J. Kat- off, L. Glaser, J. Liff, I. Wilk, S. Wood, C. Mrlton l22 CADET fp. possession of the usual magnum opus. Except may- 9 8 Jw STAFFS Somehow, between Tip-it, Christmas Festivi- ties ancl interior decoration, jacks, handball, and bird-watching, something must get done. For each year, Cadet Night heralds the arrival of the new masterpiece, record of friends, faces, and dirty fingerprints. Despite gross antics, disagreements, and general confusion, with the help of Mr. Feigenbaunfs solemn guidance, the despairing per- severance of co-editors Andy Berner and Debbie Zubow, the devout prayers of the respective staffs, and a small measure of divine intervention, the year invariably ends with each senior safely in be this year. l' Typing Slaff J, Bell, M. Phillips, H. Jayson, K. Brennan S Wesley I-lubertz, B. Boydston, P. Reilly, P. Long, K. Goldstein fl7'I Szaff B. Rose, E. Stetzer, L. Zimmerman, R. Albrecht Lilerafy Slaff, Seated: B. Robbins, Row 1: J. Berkeley S Roth Rosenzweig, J. Getter, A. Tucker, I. Saft, M. Costello R Taffer Wehner, P. Zuckerwise, P. Kohn, Row 2: M. Maden, L Moomes Glaser, E. Hartenstein ,1. nm: Mr. Feigenbaum, chief cook at the CADET picnic. when ,num- The CADET staff spruces up a The team is in a huddle . . . 1857-a good vintage for cleaning a camera lens. The Marc F. Maden Intramural jacks Tourney EA ,zf -ig sparse spruce. File it under "F" CADET feasters recline at the Feigenbaums' rustic resort. Traditional peaceful co-existence between CADET and is-S: Living evidence that CADET literary apprentices aren't myths. l Debbie goes out on a limb in Mr. Feig enbaum's back yard. I25 CRIER S. Hr .gpm ' ' Circulation: Advertising: Mary Gamp Karen Bree, Barbara Wehner of Editors-in-Chief: Exchange Editor Cheryl Beil, Susan Kulfmann Marion Baker u:-X 5. X .sp X- S Editorial Page Editor: Sports Edirol-gg Bruce Roseman jonathan jackson, Bob Moog Photography Editors: Art: Mike Colchamiro, Doug Solomon Marsha Pels publicity: Advisor: Nancy DiPuma . ' Mr Riohard Hermann 5255 News Editors: Feature Editors: Lorraine Lipani, jane Norman Richard Taffer, Danny Coven, Peter Robinson 1967 my , G V X5 CUM i' YL. ygwxsx i if fx wi up Wg Emsipfi wyiibffit ll CRIER is Wig-,LQ QS Feature Staff, Row 1.' P. Robinson, D. Coven, Row 2: S. NXfood, D. Haber, S. Lacoy, T. Graben, H. Sternple, Cronin, D. Epstein, A. Baiardi, Row 3: K. Lewis, M. Maden l l -la Typing Staff, Row 1.- M. Gamp Row 2: K. Goldsmith S. Hubertz, B. Hendricks, B. Boydston, A. Manetz Newr Slaff, Raw 1: D. Epstein, D. Elliot, S. Levenson. H Cates, Row 2: L. Lipani, J. Norman Row 3: J. Kite, B. Wehner Row 4: S. Wood, M. Costello, M. Greenstein S. Lachow, I. Wilk, J. Berkeley, C. Simon, J. Lift, P Kohn, E, Stetzer 1 I28 I! 1 i , In lives From ically N ew print' a little hole on the third floor, tucked away beneath the clouds, a peculiar subspecies of Centralite known HS the Crier Staff., this degenerate den of who-knows-what emanates semi-period our school newspaper, the Crier, which, while hardly the York Timm, consistently prints "all the news that's fit to as well as a good deal that's not. STAF FS Led by those copy-conscious wizards of the publishing world, Cheryl Beil and Sue Kullmann, and guided with stoic fortitude by Mr. Herr- mann, Crier serves as a sounding board for student opinion and thinly-veiled diatribes on vital moral issues ranging from Vietnam to sororities. Ingenious new features, including celebrity interviews and "No Penny Tax, No Nothings" opinion polls, daringly controver- sial editorials, and especially the magnificent P.A. advertising campaign, have carved for Criera unique and bloody niche in the hearts of all of Centralsstudents. Publirity, Row Z: G. Gaylinn, J. Gelfand Row 2: T. Gani aris, N. DiPuma, P. Conley Row 3.' L. Sadaka, S. Hubertz A. Fannelli, I. Wilk, B. Boydston, J. Sprinczeles, C. Stain- kamp Spoftf Staff, Row 1: L. Levitt, R. Moog, S. Rubin Raw 2: J. Wishingrad, P. Weisberg, M. Maden, J. Shapiro, J. Fra- ser Circulation, Row 1: M. Laga, G. Gaylinn, L. Aronson, K, Goldsmith, -I. Gelfand, W. Goldstein, L. Eng, J. Gregerman Smnding: B. Freeman, S. Lachow, N. DiPuma, S. Hubertz, D, Rolnick, B. Boydston, C. Milton, M. Greenstein, S. Levenson, S. Wood, B. Wehner Seated: L. Giordano, M. Gamp, P. Conley I29 x Row 1: L. Moonves, A. Odierno, C. Beil, J. Getter, L. Friendlich, S. Donn, H. Jayson, D. Zubow Raw 2: B. Levine, B. Robbins, R. Ponzan, M. Schlosberg, Mr. Monk, J. Kress, M. Phillips, S. Wesley, P. Kohn, K. Brennan, A. Baiardi ASTRA Astra means many things. Namely, English Honor Society and the literary magazine. These two sentences, which include, among other things, a cliche and a half-sentence, supposedly are not typi- cal of Astra writing. Membership is based on scholarship in English and creative writing ability. The primary activity of members, aside from listening to Dame Edith Sitwell and arguing with Mr. Monk about the poetic ability of Bob Dylan, is the heroic attempt to pub- lish a magazine for a change. Mr. Monk savors Bob Dylan records -I One of Bruce's philosophical disserta- tions. ane: "The deadline is when?" Ai the Welcome Soph Dance: "AndyL hold that sgrobe !" Q jjxflw jonny jackson hard at work on Crier. W.. Qi,- , , fx wax . ,K if-0,9 5"?Z'a- -gf 'L n mp -MA: 9' 5. .. ..., c L. Q.: ,g ur n -. 3 l2""': A' A 5 U Y .ns-ure sv 1, , -9 NVQ! -Y I 4 ' 5 ,M 'ir gi E 7 ,F L- ev-J Veg. -3. -.QW WW gif 13-W, 44' 1. if Qi' 450555 ' '15 r-,I 'T' vm ,A 11 3. 1? TEMPO Row 1: J. Sciacca, S. Beil, L. Leonard, A. Platt, L. Barak, J. Tortorici, B. Berger, J. Huemmer, P. Shak, J. Dieckmann Row 2: S. Stein, B .Barrett, J. Merblum, H. Jayson, J. Berkeley, J. Harness, M. Kerr, M. Crumm, A. Young Row 3: M. Bottalico, J. Downes, A. Tucker, W. Mah, J. Block, M. Colchamiro, M. Book Row 4: D. Hutt, D. Flahive, A. Berner, M. Berkowitz, D. Hunt, D. Solomon, V. Johnson, T. Nollenberger, M. Block J. Bowen, P. Greenstone, R. Ponzan, J. Murphy, L. Gallic, K. Bannerman, D. Coven Mr. Fare: "Your eighths are too long" Outstanding participants in Band, Orchestra, and Chorus are rewarded for their musicianship and service by election to Tempo, the music honor society. Junior and senior applicants must pass rigorous individual tests of singing or playing skill for membership. Mr. Fare's gold pinned virtuosos are a credit to their school and to themselves. The District Symphony Orchestra, which includes many members of Tempo, gave a concert at the New York State School Music Conference in Buffalo, N.Y. on December 1, 1966. 3.. 5- xxx 1 X .. N f K few f , 351 ' ivh eszjiff 3 2 fe i.r e at f ' t --X - . ,. . up X , V LA , rf' A, . .bl ' rrp-F-I -, mv p f"--..7T?7J i r t s p . ce. a B 2 XXX. N AW" Joe, Jim, and Al "catch the bogus." The percussion section waits out another rest. I34 1 lxlw el X' w lim DRUM MAJOR AND MAJORETTE lf all' , LLM Rim VKX VJ' N W-.ull .X "J wr D lL' Am' A lixjwlf U l U' N E MQSJ f M S, Xl l Cf E ff 6' X' X, W FW CONCERT MISTRESS AND vjp STUDENT DIRECTOR C WN J. Murphy, G. Clark ' S. Stein, A. Tucker TWIRLER CAPTAINS STREAMER CAPTAINS 'L x, 3 ' 1 ffl' J' , J, 4 E fl ll , l Y , E! S. Wood, G. Clark, J. Campbell R. Schlien, C. Berger, S. Hastings CCDNCERT BAND 'Woodwindr: M. Book, H. Jayson, B Berger, J. Tortorici, M. Kerr, A. Ca- volo, P. Mayr, J. VanderLaan, V Rhodes, L. Leonard, C. Beil, R. Bar- rett, A. Tucker, J. Pelizzari, D. Hunt, J Ross, J. Block, M. Riemersma, K Tamm, A. Fink, D. Alperstein, M Crociata, D. Freiberg, A. Braun, E Blasenheim, G. Green, N. White, S Alkon, T. Tlsty, L. Barak, G. Jansen J. Harness, J. Sarno, M. Bottalico, J Sciacca, V. Johnson, M. Block Bmrsf J. Dieckmann, A. Christensen, J. Finkenstadt, M. Rothfuss, R. Zucker, T. Nollenberger, J. Trotta, E. Braun D. Coven, D. Flahive, J. Patti, J. Swan: son, M. Berkowitz, M. Kaplan, J. Kat- off, D. Mahoney, M. Nazarenko, W. Schult, C. Straub, B. Golden, R. Man- son, L. Fink, R. Chalmers, R. Gilbert, K. Bannerman, R. Ponzan, M. Mene- witch, L. Gallic, K. Neureither, P. Green- stone, A. Gurevich, D. Lanclis, W Cidlowski Pefrurxionr J. Murphy, D. Solomon, M Colchamiro, D. Hutt, M. Crumm, J Kress, J. Bowen Tenorr: D. Alperstein, K. Bannerrnan, M. Block, R. Block, J. Downes, V. Johnson, D. Hunt, J. Kay, G. Sam- ple, W, Schull, J, Swanson, E. Zeman, D. Schleske, T. Nollenberger, D. Flahive, L. Gallic, K. Sullivan, R. Keller BaJrer: A. Berner, J. Block, J. Bowen, E. Braun, E. Caccavale, A. Christensen, G. Falkin, J. Finkenstaclt, D. Freiberg, B. Golden, P. Greenstone, P. Karmel, J. Katoff, B. Katz, J. Murphy, R. Ponzan, W. Schutt, J. Wesh- ler, R. Zucker, J. Dietrich, V. Abravaya, J. Benfante, G. Tamm, A, Cufi CHORUS Sopnznar: R. Barrett, J. Berkeley, F. Bloettler, B. Boyclston, M. Farina, W. Finston, S. Gould, M. Greenstein, P. Hanson, S. Hubertz, M. Kerr, S. Lachow, L. Peterson, E. Nespica, V. Rhodes, J. Sciacca, C. Sherry, C. Simon, E. Sisinni, B. Wehner, N. White, S. Wood, C. Moeller, K. Charbonneau, A. Hees, M. Tlsty, S. Chambers, A. Barlow, K. Brennan, E. Truncale, S. Levenson Altar: B. Berger, J. Campbell, G. Clark, I. Cohen, M. Crumm, J. Dieckmann, J. Fischman, M. George, L. Glaser, J. Huem- mer, G. Jansen, R. Klein, J. Kress, S. Lowenstein, R. Pine, P. Reilly, J. Scarola K. Tamm, J. Tortorici, S. Wesley, A. Young, S. Berkowitz, C. Carlson, L. Eisenberg, S. Sumberg, M. Sisinni, J. Harness, L. Martin, J. Pope Acrompanirts A. Covolo l I37 ORCHESTRA Stringx: J. Bakst, J. Berkeley, E. Blancato, I. Cohen, L. Eisen- berg, J. Merblum, A. Platt, V. Rhodes, R. Sag, J. Scarola, S Stein, L. Stephenson, T. Suarez, A. Young, D. Freiberg, A. Ber- ner, A. Hochberg, P. Reilly, P. Shak, K. Bannerman, J. Benfante, P. Greenstone, G. Sample Reedxs L. Leonard, M. Book, H. Jayson, M. Bottalico, A. Tucker J. Pelizzari, L. Barak, J. Harness, C. Beil, R. Barrett, J. Huem: mer, V. Johnson Bmxx: J. Dieckmann, A. Christensen, J. Finkenstadt, T. Nol lenberger, D. Flahive, E. Braun, R. Zucker, L. Gallic Percuxrion: J. Murphy, D. Solomon, J. Downs, J. Bowen, M. Crumm, J. Kress .J 1 , 1 , ' 1 1 ii A i ' i ,n rx I, Fw in U JJ M wi W, qx JI ,Q ,J , ,P Y l MAX LU ' ' J fu , M i V 1 Ulu! XL ' 'ii ,lui 1. i , A f li ,, , 3- 1, X. i 1 L f lvl ,JJVLQNP fm' Ml Cf l pjuiymn xx 6J f ij W l 1 fl sl f J Q? X lx Mr. Boberg at the fore MARCHING BAND During the football season, the Streamer Squad, Twirler Squad, and Marching Band practice daily for their tice daily for their half-time football shows, under Mr. Bobergs direction. As the band marches down the field, the spectators respond en- thusiastically to the precision formations and lively music. In the spring they par- ticipate in holiday pa- rades. The marchers have reason to be proud of a season of hard work and musi- cal accomplishment. ,iv J af is STREAMERS Row 1: R. Pallateri, F. Tricolla, L. Giordano, L. Nicholas, A. Post, C. Yondola, K. Kinahan, M. Edelstein Raw 2: R. Schlren, V. Brush, S. Nicolosi, A. Bender, J. Lentino, C, Berger, D. Haber, P. Manley, C. Miesemer, L. Levitt, L. Wagenseil, S. Hastinggcgjw X ftifi 'fy ff aeeieaflea. GQ? is as X ,ESQ fl . as Qdsfffai TWIRLERS 6' KS'-jk A Ok Cya The Twirling Corps un- der the leadership of Gloria Clark, Drum Ma- joretteg and Susan Wood and joan Campbell, Co- Leadersg aid the marching band in promoting enthu- siasm throughout the foot- ball season. These high- steppers also perform with the band in spring parades. The girls are chosen for the Corps on the basis of their twirling and marching ability. I40 Central High School's Streamers are a close-knit group of girls who can be found practicing every day during the football season in preparation for their half-time shows at the home games. These girls are chosen at the end of their sophomore year by Mr. Fare, Mr. Boberg, and the Streamer Captains, after an intensive audition. Be- sides their half-time per- formances, the Streamers accompany the band and the Twirlers during the Memorial Day and Sun- day School Parades in the spring. HN DN Raw 1: S. Wood, B. Dibble, E. Ging, N. Hegy, M. Sisinni, M. Fink .-:SL-A Aix I p--QVL, 4-qi' ...ity ' V . Vzar Raw 2: J. Campbell, R. Collins, A. Fanelli, H. Goodwin, M. Viemiester, J. Morganstern, J. Fazio, R. Laraway, G. Clark The strings and winds of the orchestra in rehearsal. Mr. Fidler leads the chorus in concert jim Bowen, timpanist, plays "Ngoma". Doug Solomon enjoys the vxew 1 "Tenors I" Mr. Lappin's Drama Council is an honorary society made up of students who have rendered extraordinary service in some phase of play production, In addition to hamming up meet- ings, its members regulate the One-Act Play Contest and pre- sent an annual full length play with members in vital roles both on and behind stage. Other Thespian activities include this year's production of "Pyramus and Thisbef' The Council's el- ders returning to service this year are Lorraine Lipani, Bruce Levine, and Kate Charbonneau. Raw I: M. Block, P. Duspiva, Erdman Row 2: T. Anastasio, J. Sciacca, Mr. Lappin, C. Beil, A. Breitman, K. Charbonneau, L. Lipani A R MA COU CIL HPYRAMUS AlXID THISBEH i,,,zf'N Row I: J. Tortorici, P. Ianello Row 2: B. Levine, E. Leo, J. Kress THE SHIRKERS TH E BALD SOPRANO In its premier performance at Central, the class of '67 released upon an unsuspecting audience a rendition of Eugene Ionesco's "The Bald Soprano," widely known as the epitome of the "Theater of the Absurdf' Suffice it to say that this particular performance justified that appellation. The stars were Ernie Leo, Janet Kress, Steven Siegel, Phyllis Ianello, Joanne Tortorici, and Robert Orgel. Bruce Levine directed somewhat as Mrs. O'Leary's cow directed the Chicago fire. Our burnt offering to the One-Act Play gods Went unappreciated. With spirits high despite the still- smarting sophomore fiasco, actors Pat Duspiva, Neil Sandler, and Carl Shapiro and the production staff, headed by director Bob Orgel, en- tered the field of battle once again, presenting "The Shirkersf' This play of society's outcasts was greeted in a similar manner by an unsympathetic audience, and the over-confident seniors took all awards. Anyway, we know we were good. I43 THE VALIANT Sherry Levenson Staggering from the wounds of our previous defeats, yet determined not to upset the awe- some Central tradition which declares that the senior class mm! win something, we regrouped our forces and prepared for our last effort. And lo and behold, a smiling Providence beheld a production successful not only for the partici- pants, but for audience and judges as well. Di- rector Hilary Stemple guided Mitch Block and Sherry Levenson to Best Actor and Best Act- ress awards, a success well worth a three year wait. Supporting these two fine performers were Peter Conley, Leslie Moonves, Carl Sha- piro, and Sheldon Rosenbaum, and a technical crew headed by Lee Erdman. Mitch Block Ah, yes! "Light Up the Sky." Central's at- tempt to present Moss Hart's comedy, if not a total failure, was at least-well, maybe it was a total failure. In fact, the play did any- thing but fulfill the promise of its title. When, mercifully, after only two perform- ances this biting satire itself bit the dust, Centralites could only come to the conclusion that to rebuild our drama department would take "a miracle worker." LIGHT UP THE SKY ll? THE MIRACLE WORKER ,N f,g-' ti li . 22 A i All hopes for the rehabilita- tion of the dramatics program were pinned on this year's all- school production of Willimn Gibsorfs The Miracle Uforker, the dramatization of Helen Keller's agonizing education at the hands of Annie Sullivan. A cast led by Kate Charbonneau as Annie and Cheryl Beil as Helen began feverish prepara- tions months in advance of the April performance. Although some doubts were evidenced as to the choice of such a difficult and sophisticated play for an audience accustomed to the musical, the performance was a pleasant surprise for skeptics and a delight to all concerned. In proving that serious drama can be successful at Central, the cast was responsible for a su- perlative and highly entertain- ing evening. ,ff U'-0-r'T-ol l I4 '15 if 'fxfgrl 'H 1.14 X L 5. 3. 5 2. ff, mf. 'ri 'N ' L. X bv TALENT 25'rh ANNIVERSARY SHCDW I 1 ,VW i I ,,,, , ,V in V F n ' f ,,:,fff'f6 ' ffli N ' Yl ' , , ,QLz A .44 Bob Pritchard's "Fortunes" A gYfH1'1a5fiC tea-m Vic Johnson wwwxwx Z - V-ilu 7 Q ,ff nawwy Z f 1 4 'Nw-N.. R ,gb 1 ? x fa' 91' in.- Q Z , 1 Samples of posters made by the club to publicize school events. COMMERCIAL ART CLUB The posters hailing the arrival of each new Central event are the proud products of Miss Hayden's Commercial Art Club. The members of this vital service organiza- tion learn the silk screen process of poster reproduction in order to decorate the halls with necessary information. Commercial Art Club members cap off the year with a dinner in their own honor. v Row I: J. Gelfand, J. Sutton, R. Albrecht, Miss Hayden, J. Harness, C. Hilt, S. Fine Raw 2: B. Rose, M. Laga, T. Fitzgerald, S. Feller, K. Weckerle, D. Rolnick, 'M. Strauss, L. Goldenberg, S. Roth, B. Norgren, R. Lauro, L. Davis - Row 3: B. Totten, R. Stehm, V. Abravaya, V. Ortaglia, Z. Mann, L. Zimmerman Row 1: J. Gelfand, L. Legakes, E. Stetzer, Mr. Cimador, K. Ward, B. Rose Q Row 2: T. Eaton, R. Stehm, B. Totten, G. Ostenson, M. Rifenbuiy, N. Stringa, R. Albrecht, L. Zimmerman, Z. Mann, M. Strauss PORTFCDLIO CLUB Every Wednesday night, Centra.l's most talented art students meet with Mr. Cimador to prepare individual portfolios for their col- lege interviews. Many students have used the work of the club for en- trance into art school. Gary Ostensen Richard Stehm julie Gelfand Lum Ying Lee SCULPTURE CLUB Weeldy meetings of Mrs. Best's Sculpture Club produce a fantastic assortment of creations fashioned of wood, metal, wire, stone, plaster, etc. The stu- dents also learn the art of using the potters wheel, as well as metalsmithing for their own jewelry. Vickie Penzel L, 216-WU! '-.Q Seated: R. Lewis, R. Pizella, S. Thompson, D. Freiberg, G. Sample. Row 2.' L. Zimmerman, J. Sprinczeles, J. Fenton, L. Marz, C. Wolken, G. Ostenson, J. Evans, V. Penzel, J. Silvesrri, M. Tillwitz. N f f I ' X, ' 4 ,' f K W , ff L f' , A 7 L ,J J . X, 1' F W J U'-' V H 7 ,E , ,7 I ,W f 3 1 , f ,f 1 A , ,N Q, V ,ff V' ' V ,,-f ff7 f I , ,X X' V 1 fx ff , fwf - ' ' , if U1 V,V !3,,L!5As4f , , 4' , f' ,f . J , ff ,X If ,Inf f ,f ff GMM ,f cf 'Ho ,nf , M. 52 if f 43 xv- 1 1,12 r' l53 r K X L 2 i Y 3 'A+ a fki ? 2 v V W V NIM Zi! , , Sjglj Xcnggljxllvxdvyyb lvyxfjjjl How about S25? This year's Football Team suffered heavily through casualties in- curred early in the season, but managed to beat Calhoun, Mr. Mantrone, the head coach, was assisted by Mr. Rowen at the ends, Mr. Wiemer with the backs, and Mr. Fusco in the line. Starting defensive line included: P. Catalano, S. Reuben, C. Rosachi, T. james, I. Kraftchen, P. Castagliola, E. Carlson, Mi Ruvolo, T. Mormile, R. Reinertsen, and T. Chinculli. Offense was centered around Paul Iesperson as quarterback, with I. Nappy as center, N. Rabinowitzand H. Cecily at ends, I. Kraft- chen and B. Petersen as guards, C. Rosachi and R. Brienza as tackles, J. Dackerman as fullback, and A. Belding and T. Bradley as halfbacks. , Congratulations to Tommy james, who made All-League. R010 1-T. Gullo, J, Dackerman, P. Malinsky, R. Cecily, B. Petersen, A. Belding, B. Stamile, J. Nappy, J. jespersen, J. Capo, T. james, C Rosachi, S. Reuben, S. Rabinowitz, R. Reinertsen Row 2-W. Klock, S. DeLuce, G. Steele, B. Totten, J. Wehreim R Brienza T Flood G Mazzerino, B. StAngelo, P. Catalano, V, Barrett, C. Ten Broeck Row 3-P. Smith, S. Bensen, R. Ostrowski, I. Smith: G.. Forthover, McCclrm- ICIS, R. Bergen, J. Stfite, J. Whalen, K. Sullivan, B. Polman, J. Patsos, N. Trigaboff, J. Allen, J. Bonamasa, R. Lockaranda Raw 4-T. Mor- mnle, J. DeGrace, Mr. Earl, Mr. Weimer, Mr. Mantrone, Mr. Rowen, J. Datolli, M. Kennedy warn fr Y tbl! ,Z , il?-Q A og 3 FOOTBALL , , egg, ' ' 75, i xx Row 1-M. Walden, S. Slavenski, C. Brurnmer, R. Mertz, T. Bottagliari, A. Odierno, H. Fink, R. Henna Raw 2-Mr. D'Elia, G. Landgrebe, G. Ostenson, H. Rhor, P. Azzaretti, D. Coven, A. Jalkio, J. Fraser, R. Witlen, G. Mar- shall, A. Kramser, H. Frank, D. Wehrner SOCCER An unfortunate series of incidents crippled the offense of the 1966-1967 Soccer Team, and despite the terrific fight put up by the defense, the tea.m lost many of its close games. However, the good spirit of the team, combined with, the enthusiasm of the coach, Mr. D'Elia, made for an enjoyable season for both team and fans. Row 1-D. Landis, R. Sag, W. Goldberg, L. Pollack, J. Tortorici, D. Valerio, R. Chalmers, M. Fraser, B. Levine Row 2-Mr. Wolfteich, R. Gordon, P. Larson, J. Bennett, R. Solomon, J. Katoff, R. Barger, G. Saltus fmanagerj I58 That's what I get for giving them scotch be- fore the game. Anacin-For Fast Relief - f ' ,fra 'f ,, 19.43 .. I. M1 -. .. ,iw ,- ..,, ,V V If 5+a:i.1,','-a ,-5245-rg Ham- ' if 4-A '- :-,fl :aa- V . . H ' ,mon 'A' 2. Q Q ,m,.,, -L N W6.1,5,,3Q,:gr A Aa., -N S "How do you do that? You put your right foot in, and you . . . ' wr. '. Nw ,........ , ,Jin 41- ag 1 ,-,..---- 1-r 1 TE N NIS f 1 Q Row 1: G. Mann, D. Klein, L. Moonves, T. Kudrle Row 2: Mr. Fromhartz,D. Wishingrad, B. Robbins, J. Finkenstadt, A. Kemp, J. Wishingrad. 160 AL, V as, aw f 'iv Row 1-C. Atlas, Mr. Rowen, B. Wfayne, R. Krombach, Row 2--P. Malinsky, B. Isacson, R. Moy Row 3-W. Klock, S, Eichler, E. Sullivan GYMNASTICS Gymnastics Club, started last year by Mr. Rowen, meets every day after school. Each member is free to work at his own speed with the purpose of self- improvement of specific skills on the parallel bars, flying rings, the horse, and the buck. WEIGHT - LIFTING Like Gymnastics Club, Weight- lifting Club members are left to de- velop their own skills at,their own speeds. Most are regular members, but many times athletes visit to work out in their own sport. Under the supervision of Mr. Rowen, the boys meet daily after school or during their gym classes. Raw 1-H. Halter, M. Fraser, Mr. Rowen, E. Sullivan, B. McCormick, I. Dunno, S. Eichler 4 ' Y 13:05. n ,. Us 32 g 39 QLFIT 2X M , ' MN fi fl 'g' - , W 4.1 Ib2 ' ' nv sk 59 5 7 Mo' - ' l 5 y Q All ' -A Q1 f. 1 1 4 1 , x X Wggoafn v AV. , ' wg 0, N Qf' 'xl ' 'I D ' F lxsijfiagf ' A' Z' S i' mf? f ' i I71 2 BASKETBALL l I: D. Werhner A. Fink .Sofarelli R. orman . l QR Ti xpxxeeiwl X in o as ga. 351241 slam aww Eiippled early in the season by many injuries, the Basketball Team managed to put up a good fight and provided fans with much suspense and excitement. One of our players, Bobby Moog, played well enough to earn an Honorable Mention in , l , I , G , S We tman 2: Doc Lefkowitz, R. Moog, M. Zelniker, G. Landgrebe, W. Caragher, M. Levine, S. Rosen- All-County. s . Ex .CX Q-.SX Sasxfwsf.-.-W. ,., K, 4 'gh la'-7 . Yiszvewt Syuaag Q-Jig Ufwwwitxed IES Team Record Central ........ 46 Oceanside .... .... 5 5 Central ........ East Meadow 37 Central ........ 48 Calhoun .... .... 5 7 Central ........ 11 Sewanhaka . . 63 Central ........ 45 Massepequa . . . . . . . 46 Central ........ 49 Baldwin .... 61 Central ........ 61 Mepham . . . 48 Central ........ Oceanside .. 50 Central ........ 49 Calhoun . . . 76 Central ........ 54 East Meadow 60 Central ........ 56 Sewanhaka . . 71 Central ........ 55 Massepequa . 61 Central ........ 45 Baldwin .... 39 Central ........ 46 Mepham .... .... 64 Raw 1: R. Patterson, G. Mann, R. Cherrnak, G. Larson Row 2: Mr. Gimello, S. Slevinski, M. Levy, P. Azzaretti, B. Correo, K. Stanley L9 Raw 1-T. Barton 11351, M. Dzadzio 11141, D. Mahoney 11201, C. Simmons 11141, R. Terranova 11051, R. Schneider 11141, R. Henry 11051, 1. Veriola 11051, P. Golden 1951, R. Masachia 1951, 1. Locke 1951 Raw 2-Mr. Earl, R. Solomon 11351, B. McKenner 11451, F. Ansman 11401, W. Buckley 11301, S. Valerio 11301, A. Tonneson 11301, 1. Nappy 11451, P. Malinsky 11451, A. Belding 11221, P. Castagliola 11221, V. Heatter 11221, J. Whalen 11291, T. Barton 11351, Mr. Bishop Row 3-K. Sullivan 11401, P. Catalano 11651, C. Sciacca 11651, B. Golden 11591, J McCollum 11651, S. Yanoff 11801, P. I.aPorta 11801, E. Carlson, 1unl.1, I. Polychron 11571, T. james 11571, V. Barrett 11481, E. DePace 11351, B. Katz 11351, J. DeGrace 11351 WRESTLING On February 4th, the South Shore Division One Sectional Tournament was held-. Paul Castagliola 11231 and Stephen G. Yanoff 11801 placed 3rd, and Phil Catalano 11651 placed 4th. The next week, the County Tournament was held. In Nassau Coun- ty, Paul was seeded lst and Stephen 5th, although neither placed. Credit should be given, however, to all members of the team, for although most people base success on trophies and medals, only a wrestler can know and experience the personal success and satisfaction felt after a victorious match. Hopes are high for a successful '68 season, be- cause the majority of the team this year was juniors and sophomores. Also, the new assistant coach, Mr. Bishop, working along with Mr. Earl, will -come up with new ideas for the next season. l I65 5 2 ff 'Wff 2' fl' , 'A-'Ls Ez.. .o . v. -44 " ff' ' :ix ' 'K I68 G 34... , - 'S M K 2 ...X ., if ' ' 71,-my--1 . - ' 3.4:'4',, TRACK Row 1-J. Finkenstadt, T. Gullo, B. Golden, P. Arena, T. Flood, R. Reinertsen, H. Abelow, R. Sag, S. Lom, A. Heselton, J. Dietrich, C. Anderson, Row 2AW. Sullivan, R. Katz, A. Kaplan, W. Mah, A. Kramser, P. Malone, A. Munzenmier, J. Polychron, J. Dackerman, R. Ostrowski, R. Varrialli, L. Witlen, J. Ludvig- sen, Raw 2-Mr. Fusco, R. Stamile, G. Adamo, P. Reiss, M. Wolk, K. Beatty, R. Manson, R. Tendrich, L. Pollack, W. Hagmann, J. Allen, J. Buckly, I. Kornheiser, G. Forthover,Raw 3-S. Eichler, J. Streit, T. Mormile, C. jayde, I. Kraftchen, E. Carlson, P.Catalano, T. Barton, V. Barrett, S. Benson, J. Bart, P. Sughern, F, Bergman, Mr. Wiemer WINTER TRACK Row 1: R. Sag, J. Bart, P. Suthern, K. Beatty, R. Mason, K. Tendrich. Row 2: J. Deitrich, S. Eichler, W. Hagmann, J. Dackerman, R. Rein- ertsen, R. Moreno Raw 3-Mr. Weimer, J. Allen, S. Lom, I. Horn- cleiser, Mr, Fusco wtf 5 . . , , K, , . ,J I ,J Fi 3 1 BASEBALL 41+ vqfafn f ,ffQ'e!d , 4, .Q fi , M W Sf F' iff " " K ,ff . A Q V 1 P' ftff g 1 V' 'W' , . ' ' " .3 I . I ' Q ' -'KK w Vg! Q' R - if 'Mil' Row 2: R. Brienza, E. DePace, K. Neureither, N. Weiss, R. Patterson, E, Weltman, D. Wehrner, R. Moog, R. Anderson, Mr. LaPalme, M. Mantle Kmamzgerj yu . Row 1: E. Sarchi, T. Mastro, A. Fink, J. Leucci, G. Smith mi "Oh, that last slide!" VARSITY CLUB Raw 1-D. Wishingrad, T. Flood, G. Ten Broeck, H. Martanian, H,Srone, S. Benson, A, Fink, J. Godfrey, M. Feifer, Raw 2-P. Malinsky, R, Ostrowski, R. Reinertsen, J. Green, B. Isacson, J. Fraser, J. Dackerman, S. Reuben, N. Rabinowitz, B. Peterson, I. Kraftchen, Mr. Mantrone Row 3HB. Beach, G. Mann, S. Slavenski, G. Mazzerino, E. Carlson, H. Roher, J. Streit, P. Azzaretti, R. Brienza PHYSICAL FITNESS I s In the spring of each year, a group of boys, under the supervision of Mr. Mantrone, prac- tices three times a week developing specific skills. This is the Physical Fitness- Club. Be- I sides working for a personal goal, the mem- X bers work for the annual meet at King's Point Military Academy in May, where they are tested on push-ups, sit-ups, pull-ups, and squat thrusts. I Last year Central placed 17th out of 80 schools. Paul Castagliola HHCI A1 Odiemo scored lst and 2nd, helping their school ' achieve this goal. 4 I W., H , J Row 1-A. Odierno, P, Castagliola, R. Schneider Row 2-B. Isacson, R. Krombach, T. Post, V. Lorecella, Mr. Mantrone I72 RIFLE TEAM The Rifle Team meets twice each week to sharpen its shooting skills. The team competes in inter-school com- petition, and always takes high honors. This year they f ' , V almost managed to shoot our photographer. 14492 f GOLF Franz: J. Chvatell. Burk: Mr. Graham, A. Kemp. T. Jewell H. Roed, R. Schneider. 1 Row 1: J. Mastro, G. Roseberger, J. Sandler, S. Sloboda. Row 2: D. Halpern, D. Ham- brecht, J. Sprague, R. Mager, Mr. Stillman. I73 TABLE TENNIS Despite lack of facilities Qwhen will those girls ever give us back the gymj, Mr. Spector, Central's answer to Sol Schiff, gives instruction while running organized Play, and even, occasionally, demonstrates how the game should be played. BOWLING ' i Mr. A. Spector, A. Berner, R. Mertz, P. Siemers PE? Row I-F. Gubitosi, R. Croman, B. Schmidt, K. O'Neil, H. Field Row 2-J. Walsh, O, Kaufman D. Novak, R. Graffigino, F. Hlavacek, S. Letanzio, L. Fink UC L. to R. S. -Dietz, L. Hetzel fCapt.j C. O'Connor, C. Berger, S. Stein, D. Haber, M. Young, K. Barnwell, A. Fanelli, J. Campell, G. Cronin, C. Milton, L. Parker SENIOR LEADERS Leader's Club, headed by Miss Drayton and Miss Wagner, performs many services. The Leaders aid in gym classes and clubs by acting as officials, and also support drives to' raise money for worthy causes. More important, they act as a symbol of leader- ship, not only in athletics, but in any school function. L. to R. K. Tamm, F. Rubinowitz, D. Roenick, C. Weckerle, J. Huernmer, S. Quick, G. Haslim, J. Slater, G. Maloney, A. Casazza JUNIOR LEADERS I7 151 raw--G. Haslim, J. Joseph, M. Baker, J. Slater 2nd row-D. DeRoss, J. Huemmer, J. Gregerman, S. Quick, D. Webster JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS The junior Varsity Squad is an energetic group of nine juniors led by Captain Dianne Webster. Despite the lack of attendance at J.V. games, this squad manages to evoke enough spirit to make 50 fans sound like 250. Both the Varsity Squad and Mrs. Furey, its conscientious sponsor, agree that in a short time this squad will rise to great heights. .105 xx, ag., Mrs. Furey, Spomor Gail Cronin, Varsity Captain N . ly' , I . M p ,ffl ,Aff C87 fuwjlfujj MQW V , :Qi 1:3 if as 'f aw if vw -r .1 JN 'l.e if . M ll' JJ 6 U JV! . AM M v J U UQ My uw Ulu uf A 5 f U NN t 'lf Y loving LJWJ! M R if I ... - U W Donna Propfe' 79 yy U gg V N M VARSITY CHEERLEADERS lv t if 'J hifi 4 QP 'gpg tj Every day eighth period a small stampede can be heard coming pb from the girls' locker room. There is no doubt in anyone's mind of M jj .what that noise is. Of course, it is the Varsity Cheerleaders, all I jf" eagerly running to be first in line in the hopes of impressing Mrs. QW' , NJ' Q Furey and Captain Gail Cronin. fActually, the first one up is allowed Xi EOM to leave first.j Many hours of perseverance and practice reward this squad with acclaim from both superiors and peers. It is hard to carry on the tradition of Central High's past cheerleading squads, but most stu- dents agree that the 196611967 Varsity Cheering Squad has suc- ceeded. ,. , 0 Elwivlw ,fifu . KY A Paula Martino, Co-Capt. X , wt' 6 x W aft g U, , f r - J' IG.-J R- .Iii I . ,jx , X M, H M l l Kathy Barnwell Sherry Joseph Terry Anastasio J y llll ft Ill , . 'ai Row 1-J. Sciacca, L. Parker, G. Maloney, S. Quick, C. O'Connor, L. Hetzel Row 2-L. Lopez,.M. Young, F. Rubinowitz,L. Wagenseil of , BASKETBALL Girls' Basketball Team, headed by Miss Drayton, opened its season on ...W ,january 19, 1967, with a smashing victory over Freeport. The score, 78-17 clearly shows why both coach and team felt confident about winning the League Championship on Feb. 23, 1967. They did. wwf Row 1-K Weckerle, M. Meyers, G. Cronin, J. Huemmer, S. Quick, G. Haslam, G. Maloney, A. Casazza, K. Kinahan, P. Marro, J. Conti, J. Cohen, L. Parker, A. Raiely, M. O'Connor, J. Gelfand, A. Post, J. Sciacca, K. Mita, S. joseph Row 2-L. Wagenseil, C. Boyden, B. Boydsten, A. Fanelli, S. Stein, F. Rubinowitz, B. Treckman, A. Lysen, C. Maggipinto, C. Berger, V. Molder D. Borynack, D. Tiechera, D. Weinstein, L. Hetzel, V. Rhodes, J. Campbell, C. O'Connor, J. Kite Row 3-E. Dunn, L. Lopez, D. Haber, J. Liff, S. Thompson, G. Jansen, K. Barnwell, D. Propfe, J. Lentino, G. Sheridan, L. Gomile, J. Kitz, S Gunther, H. Rabney, L. Bailey, M. Young, A. Mantz, K.Tamm, D. Rolnick I78 Raw 1-1. Sciacca, L. Parker, G. Maloney, A. Casazza, S. Quick, M. Meyers, K. Weckerle Row 2-L. Hetzel, B. Treckman, J. D'Amato, L. Wagenseil, F. Rubinowitz, M. Young, L. Lopez, E. Dunn Each year, in the spring, Miss Wagner and a small group of approximately 100 girls get together to play softball. They meet twice a week after school for practice during the first few weeks, and then engage in inter-school competition. Prospects were high for this year's team since last year's was cqmposed primarily of juniors. Row 1-A. Post, J. Sciacca, J. Gelfand, L. Maree, D. DeRoss, G, Maloney, L. Parker, A. Casarza, J, I-luemmer, G. Cronin Raw 2-K. Kinahan, M. Meyers, K. Weckerle, S. Quick, D. Borynack, C. Maggipinto, A. Lysen. L. Hetzel, S. Stein, B. Boydsten Row 3-B. Weiner, C. Berger, B. Treckman, L. Wagenseil, L. Boyden, F. Rubinowitz, M. Young, J. Kitz, D. Propfe, K. Barnwell, J. Liff, D. Haber, L. Lopez, E. Dunn SOFTBALL Leslie Parker at bat. Q09 Row 1-S. Dietz, D. Boyrnack, L. Wagenseil, J. Gelfand, B. Boydsten, V. Molder, A. Raihly, B. Treckman, M. Meyers, K. Tamm, S. Stem, K. Barnwell going 2: 1. Sciacca, L. Marie, A. Casazza, S. Quick, L. Hetzel, F. Rubinowitz, C. Boyden, M. Young, P. Donbowski, G. Jansen, . unn H 0 C K Continuing the record of past years, Girls' Hock- ey Team, coached by Miss Wagner, won the league championship against Clarke. Though the team tied their last game, they remained undefeated, a Cemml Opponent tribute to the girls and their coaches. Hewlett 5 .. ...... 'O East Rockaway 3 . . . .. 0 ' Lawrence 5 . . . . . 0 Malverne 10 . . . . . . 0 Baldwin 1 . . . . . 0 Clarke 2 ........ . . . 2 Sporirday at Sfzlirbury St. Mary's 2 .......... . .. 0 Islip 3 . . . . . . 0 Oceanside 0 . . . . . . 1 Lutheran 3 . . . . . . 0 Raw 1-J. Sciacca, A. Casazza, L. Marie, L. Hetzel, S. Quick, M. Meyers Row 2-L. Wagenseil, F. Rubinowitz, M. Young, C. Boyden, P. Dombowski, G Jansen, E. Dunn I8O VOLLEYBALL By looking at the club picture, it is easy to see why Miss Wagner finds it hard to choose an honor team. It is obvious, however, that this year she has made a good choice, for the team proved victori- ious in the League Championship against Mepham and Lawrence. Raw 1-K. Mita, M. Meyers, L. Wagenseil, J. Kress, D. Borynack. A. Raihly Row 2-J. Sciacca, L. Marie, G. Maloney, S. Quick, L. Hetzel, F. Rubinowitz, C. Boyden M. Young, P. Donbowski, G. Jansen, E. Dunn Celztml Olbpozzezzl Malverne 15 4 15 2 Oceanside 15 4 14 4 12 5 Southside 15 O 15 5 Baldwin 14 5 7 ....12 12 6 ' Sewanhaka 15 .. 7 Herricks 5 .. 8 Great Neck 15 .. 3 Malverne 11 .. 9 - Elmont 15 .. 9 West Hempstead 15 .. 1 Raw 1: K. Mita, C. Gentell, 1. Sciacca, J. Gelfand, M. O'Connor, L. Marie, D. Sternberg, A. Railhy, G. Maloney, J. Huem- mer, A. Nisgor, P. Marro, M. Meyers, S.Quick, K. Weckerle, R. Diamato, T. Tylstv, L. D'AmiCo, J. Campbell, J. Schombach, D.Trachera, Row 2: N. Rhodes, L. Hetzel, D. Weinstein, B. Treckman, A. Baynes, C. Berger, L. Wagenseil, M. Tlsty, V. Molder, S. Stein, F. Rubinowitz, B. Weiner, S. joseph, A. Fannelli, K. Tarn m, J. Scanlon, S. Hubertz, B. Boydsten, C. Boyden, A. Mantz, M. Young, C. O'Connor Raw 3: J. Pisani, G. Cronin, L. Parker, A. Casazza, S. Dietz, E. Krombach, G. Mason, J. Fink, D. Borynack, D. Roenick, R. Mannerino, A. LoSchiavo, L. Bailey, S. Gunther, P. Dombowski, J. Kress, K. Barnwell, G. Jansen, S. Thompson, I. Liff, D. Haber, L. Lopez, E. Dunn I8l BOWLING Girls' Bowling Club, spon- sored by Miss J. Heckelman, meets every Tuesday afternoon at the V.S. Rec. The club ranks 4th out of 14 in the LIGA, with a total series of 1363. High for the year was Don- na Anderson, with 252. Row 1-K. Kircher, M. Celli, C. Mahet, M. McCormack Row 2-Miss Heckelman, T. Catapone, P. Hansen, C. Milton, I. Wallace, M. Mattace, D. Anderson Row 3-C. Karey, D. Goetz, B. Gass, M. Morningstar l ,-M, W., ,, ,. H ,, an ,, V TABLE TENNIS Rauf 1: K. Mita, K. Weckerle, A. Hees, E. Hartenstein. L. Maree, P. Dom- Sponsor-Miss Levy browski Row 2: J. Scanlon, B, Wfirner, M. Strauss, C. Carlson l82 ARC!-IERY Archery Club meets in the spring under the supervision of Miss Levy. Competition is planned between schools in the LIGA and success is hoped for on AWPENY Sports Day. J. Gelfand, N. Koebel Row 1-N. Koebel, J. Gelfand, A. Post Row 2-K. Tarnm, J. Kitz, K. Kinahan, B. Weiner, I.. Wagenseil, G. Cronin, D. Zubow GYMNASTICS Row 1-G. Jansen, E. Dunn, L. Gomile Rau' 2-C. Boyden, A. Raihle TENNIS Tennis Club, under the supervision of Miss Drayton, meets twice a year. The fall serves as preparation for the spring, when inter-school competition is held. i Row 1-K. Mita, D. Sternberg, D. Eliot, J. Gelfand, J. Slater, L. Parker, S. Dietz, G. Ma- loney, V. Rhodes, J. Huemmer, D. Haber Row 2-J. Kite, A. Katz, C. Berger, S. joseph, B. Boydsten, D. Roenick, L. Davis, L. Bailey, L. Gomil, J. Liff Row 1-J. Slater, K. Mita, D. Stemberg, V. Rhodes, G. Maloney BADMINTON Keeping in style with the rest of the girls' sports teams, the Badmin- ton Team placed lst and 3rd in the singles competition on AWPENY Day. The club is sponsored by Miss Levy. - Row 1-AM. O'Connor, M. Caroll, G. Fink, B. James, E. Kronback, C. Milton Row 2-G. Cronin, K. Weckerle, C. O'Connor, A. Baynes, A. Young, R. Row 1-A. Young, R. Larawzly, R. D'Amato, S. Joseph Lafaway ' ' ' - ' M. Tls B. Dibble, S. joseph, S. Gunther Row 2.-G. Cronin, C. O Connor, K. Weckerle, C. Milton Row 3 R. D Amato, ty, I84 3 3 , 121 f ,V lvl.-.. l-... I I ACTIVITIES x ,f X XA x,.' NN x jfjyg, fy, f RQ X V f ,fi 1 .fr X-,, f f ff" 9 ff' R X p 5 I if I Y x X X x 1 N Q, I 'Seated' Miss Caughran-Sponsor Rauf 1: L. Eng, I. Meltzer, P. Donovan, M. Phillips, B. Berger, I. Bell, J. Getter, C. Reese, D. Zubow, A. Baiardi, C Milton T Ana stasio Row 2: E. Stetzer, S. Kullmann, A. Young, A. Tucker, H. Jayson, P. Zuckerwise, C. Berger, S. Stein, D. Klein, G. Semos Row 3: J. Mastro, B. Berkowitz, K. Brennan, B. Levine, M. Young, L. Bailey, S. Wesley, M. Berkowitz, C. Tank, D. Haber Row 4: J. Liff, J. Bowen, R. Mertz, J. Levine, D. Hunt, R. Ponzan, A. Berner, G. Tamm, C. Shapiro NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The single highest honor awarded by the faculty and administration to Central High School students is membership in the Central branch of the National Honor So- ciety. juniors deemed worthy are inducted in May, after selection on theibasis of character, leadership, scholarship and serv- ice. Miss Caughran's philosophy, however, leaves no room for members to remain pas- sive recipients of a magnified combination of the gold star and the good conduct med- al. On the theory that privilege begets re- sponsibility, members tutor students in vari- ous fields and provide additional services to the school, such as taking care of the subject honor rolls. I88 National Honor Society Officers: B. Robbins, M. Young, L. Eng, J. Levine 1 ..'+7.,. ,Q 5. 'QL f 15 X J M fx ' r if Z- l""F If In its first year of existence after last yearis dramatic change from the Tri-Class Council, the new Student Council began operations with high hopes and some wild ideas for finan- cial success Qa communal airplane wash?j. Mr. DeMita led the council in a lucrative drive in conjunction with the Peace Corps to erect a school overseas, the council sponsored various activities, and members agreed to Mr. Keller's inescapable hall aides. Though the council did not effect the expected coup and assume com- plete control of Central, for a first year effort we must judge it a dis- tinct success. 1 ...Qui- X STUDENT COUNCIL f Student Council Executive Officers Mf- Ffaflk D6Mita D. Klein, B. Robbins, J. Sciacca, D. Coven I90 JUNIOR COUNCIL With characteristic im- pudence, the upstart jun- iors made a contribution this year to Central's wide- spread obesity by nut and Easter egg sales, as well as producing a justly vic- torious One-Act Play. Un- der the able leadership of Miss McLellan and Mr. Boegner, and the officers, Becky Barrett, Danny Cass, Harvey Frank, and Laura Giordano, they even had the effrontery to present us with our prom, while fi- nancing their own next year. Row 1. B. Barrett, D. Cass Row 2: R. Gordon, J. Sciacca, G. Mann, J. Schoenbach, C. Beatty Row 3: J. Hirsh, D. Weinstein, J. Gill, S. Roth, R. Nadler, M. Baker, J. Merblum, G. Feldman, J. Joseph, B. Cashdan, miss- ing-Harvey Frank In its first year at Cen- tral, the infa.rnously-num- bered sophomore class, led by Mr. Cardone and Miss Camissa, and officers Nan- 'cy Hagey, Janice Lipani, Sharon Levine, and Linda Rodriguez, has already made a name for itself. Its sweatshirt sale may have been unprofitable, but it has won the sophomores a niche in the hearts of all red-blooded Centralites. SOP!-IOMCDRE COUNCIL s. Row 1: Mr. Cardone, J. Linpani, Row 2: Miss Camissa, M. Hoffman, S. Levine, L. Rodrigues, E. Karrnen, V. Sakee, S. Schrieber, S. Berkowitz. Row 3: B. Freeman, N. Levine, F. Monter, D. Weinberg, D. Benar, R, Klein, A. Valerio, Row 4: I. Kromback, S. Gunther, P. Hanahan, M. Allen, M. Mandelblat, S. Detloff Row 5: H. Martinian, V. Chiaro l9l w,fwff,.fff.f,, . f . . Row 1: M. Costello, K. Stumpf, A. Platt, J. Slater, J. Jacobs, D. Zubow, H. Jayson, Miss Novick Ffelldl Club Dilmel' Row 2: A. Young, L. Davis, B, Wehner, C. Simon, P. Reilly, J. Berkeley, S. Stein, J. Jackson, T. Anastasio, L. Bailey, R. Mertz FRENCH CLUB AND HONOR SOCIETY Password, telephone, bingo, and charades-all our typically American games-are glibly translated into grist for the French Club mill. The members even attempt French Christmas carols and drinking songs in three-part harmony. "Pour son opera," however, Le Circle Francais holds a gala dinner in the middle of the year at which the female members display their culinary arts in true French fashion. The French Honor Society is composed of students who show their interest in the French language and culture by their grades and by their membership in the French Club. Under the leadership of Miss Novick, the group meets to discuss French novels and poems and to take trips to places of interest for the French student. Row 1: H. Jayson, A. Young, L. Bailey, S. Wood Row 2: C. Beil, L. Leonard, T. Graben, J. Getter, I. Meltzer, P. Pascale J. Stmmph, L, Avon. son, H. Tabrys, P. Shak, S. Berkowitz, J. Kaye, S. Lowenstein, M. Spiegal, D. Zubow Raw 3: K..Stumpf, 5- SCITW3-ffl, A- Baiardi. T. Anas- tasio L Press B Freeman A Platt A. Lester, C. Milton, J. Gregerman, R. Klein, D. Rakow, A. Valerxo. Row 4: L. Davis, E. Ellman, J, Wishin. grad: Sullivan, G. Sheridan, S.,Stein, B. Wehner, P. Zuckerwise, F. Leder, M. Edelstein, R. Walters, E. Bogner, Row 5: Miss NO'.'iCk, C, Shapiro, S. Rosenbaum, P. Bailey, R. Mertz, J. Norman, S. Wesley, C. Simon, J. Berkeley, J. Morgenstern, J. Kohm 6. ..aM.e,, r- - 4 w if fi 1 ',r'- , Lv-El 4' I-11 U i-1 -v .A L fs.,-A mb-. J Row 1: L. Hetzel, B. Treckman, I.. Wagenseil, L. Eng, J. Vanderlaan, A, Raeihle Row 2: R, Manson, A. Hees, J. Campbell, Row 3: A. Berner, E. Kaminsky, R. Lass, L. Kabong, J. Bowen, D. King, Miss Weih, C. Tank, D. Schultz, D. Teicheira, M. Rothens, L. Schwendeman, V. Muicler, M. Pels, M. Christiansen, B, Traynor. -.QW J f W , German One-Act Play Contest GERMAN CLUB AND HONOR SOCIETY l . a ll ,,m's'Pmrif'2f '. 1 f , ,a . 'Y dd QT: l I i if ,P N x J. Campbell, D. Schultz, A. Berner, C. Tank, L.Eng Der Deutsche Verein engages in a wide variety of German-oriented activities through- out the year ranging from playing a Ger- man version of "Keep Talking" to reading Goethe's "Faust" Miss Weih helps to pro- mote an appreciation of German culture through trips by the membership to German movies and plays. Members of the club who maintain a 90 average in German are elected to the Honor Society. I93 ITALIAN CLUB AND HCDNOR SGCIETY M. Collora, L. Giordano, P. Martino, S. Vitale, R. Rossi, C. Nappi Mrs. DeGennaro's Circolo Italiano provides an opportunity for students interested in the culture of sunny Italy to sample more than pizza. Members engage in discussions, trips, dangerous though en- joyable dinners, and other activities pertaining to Italian life. Surviving members with at least a 90 average may be accepted by the Honor Society. - il WA P Raw 1: D. Delia, L. Giordano, E. DePace, L. Giordano, Miss DeGennaro Row 2: S. Vitale, V. Chiaro, K. Roughley, C. Cagiano, M. Collora, R. Lucito, T. Accarcli, B. Dibble, A. Yaniello, M. Assini, C. Meismer Raw 3: M. Vitale, 1. Garaventa, M. Terranova, R. Rossi, I. Silvestri, C. Sagginaro, S. joseph, A. Fanelli, L. Barak, P. Martino, I. Papagno, M. Sorrentino, A. Pomeranz LATIN CLUB AND HONOR SOCIETY iffy Miss Munro, K. Brennan, A. Baiardi, P. Reilly, S. Stein, P. Zuckerwise, I. Meltzer Eligibility for Latin Honor Society is based on maintenance of a 90 average in Latin I and regular attendance at Latin Club. The purpose ofx the drganization is to provoke more interest in areas concerning the Latin language. .HJ Latin Club is dedicated to proving that "The grandeur,Qlat,,yv"as Rome" still lives today. Miss Munro and her enthusiastic cohorts publish a ngwspaper, INTERNOS, visit places of classical interest, celebrate and queen, and close the -,flfecicroiyning of a king with l' JJ 'lp Raw 1: L. Glaser, L. Davis, A. Baiardi, Miss Munro, J. Steinbock, P. Reilly. Row 2: E. Bogner, A. Platt, I. Hoch- hauser, K. Kollar, J. Pfeiffer, J. Cohen, C. Reese, J. Slater, J. Saft, P. Robinson, J. Birnbaum, W. Goldstein, M. Sackstein. Rauf 3: B. Trayner. J. Kite, P. Zuckerwise, S, Stein, J. Merblum, M. Greenstein, J. Gregerman, S. Lacoy, J. Huemmer, J. Diekmann, D. Streit, D. Jesmajian. Row 4: M. Costello, S. Schwartz, E. Schwartz, M. Strauss, L. Kania, S. Spector, G. Malinak, M. Young, K. Brennan, K. Werhner, D. Klein. Row 5: C. Simon, C. Cordova J. Berkeley, L. Schwartz, D. Schultz, E. McGrath. K. Barnwell, K. Altman, A. Borack, A. Fanelli, Row 6: T. Quar: anto, M. Rifinberly, M. Block, E. Feldman, J. Dietrich, T. Johnston, N. Sandler 9.5 - 2? "SE, Lf? i .2 3 3 . W ee S i X Qt T3 it 5 -QJ ,Q x., is-3 m S v 1 3 get S QM' Q Q ,QB . K. D .QQ 3 X X- ' Saturnalia l95 U . lf 'll W llllldllflly lf, Oll F f W, lit M llllllllllllyllfo A ly RUSRIAN CLUB AND HoNoR SGCJETY Mr. V. Kuzmin addresses Centralites I.. Bailey, E. Nespica, S. Wood, A. Lester, T. Williams, Mr. Feigenbaum Mr. Feigenbaum, Sealed: S. Wood, B. Katz, Szazzding: A. Tucker, 'P. Willner, E. Treckman, T. Williams, H. Roed, D. Hunt, A. Lester, L, Bailey I96 Comrade Feigenbaum's Russian Club, Ce-ntral's contribution to the spirit of co-existence, operates nevertheless as one of the most active of the school's clubs. Members have been known to soak up knowledge concerning life in the U.S.S.R. by such diverse means as a formal excur- sion to see "Dr. Zhivago' and a visit by a representative of the Soviet mission- Comrade Kuzmin's enthusiastically re- ceived speech-in. The Russian Honor Society selects its members from the countless applicants who have compiled adequate grades in the language and who are active partici- pants in Russian Club. Applicants must also be contemplating membership in the Party. -- .4 'fm L SPANISH E HONOR SOCIETY " cHablas espaEol?" Well, even if you clon't, but never- theless possess a ninety average for two consecutive years in the language, you, "mi amigo," are eligible for member- ship in our Capitulo Simon Bolivar de la Sociedad Honoria Hispanica-roughly translated, the Spanish Honor Society. Activities include trips to Spanish restaurants and museums in search of Spanish culture, as well as the publication of --if a magazine, headed this year by Maxine Phillips. Miss Keller, "una mujer muy culta," is the sponsor. Ask her QS K for a translation. I Row 1: J. Shields, J. Bell, M. Phillips, D. Webster, J. Dieckman, Miss Keller. Raw 2: M. Zelniker, J. LaFace, B.. N Robbins, D. Solomon, G. Semos, B. Levine, K. Van Slyck, L. Sandmeier, J. Ross, J. Evangelista, B. Semon. Row 3: K. Werner, J. Birnbaum, L. Parker, M. Newman, D. Mistron, " J. Merblum, M. Maracek, L. LoBalbo, E. Hartenstein, M. Greenstein, C. Fitzpatrick, B. Cashdan, K. Brennan Sealed: R. Manetz, A. Nisgor, D. Mistron, L. Parker. Row 1: G. Sample, C. Palazzolo, E. Hartenslein, J. Bell, D. Duberstein, B. Cashdan, D. DeRoss, E. Alcabes, Row 2: S. Lindner, L. Levitt, J. Greenfield, J. Merblum, I. Eye, A. Ep- stein, M. Abromowitz, J. Serio, Mr. Kramer. Row 3: L. , Moonves, B. Levine, C. Fitzpatrick, H. Rabney, K. Werner. Row 4: G. Semos, J. Evangelista, J. LaFace, M. Zelnicker, B. ,Inq Robbins, J. Ross, B. Semon ' H - ...swf , e Q p- -4 SPANISH CLUB Going on the theory that there is more to the study of a foreign language than syntax or the subjunctive, Mr. Kramer's Spanish Club meets once a week to discuss and at- tempt to comprehend the various aspects of life in Spanish-speaking countries, with top- ics ranging from U.S. influence in Latin America to the art of bull-fighting. Other activities include trips to places of interest and special performances of native songs and dances. ' ' JN N 4 K I Q- I W ,sf wg Row 1: J. Schoenbach, M. Greenstein, M. Newman, S. Leffert, M. Leventhal, M. Hoffman, X I3 Raw 2: B Glober, M. Phillips, E. Schwartz, G. Malinak, M. Saifer, I. Weissman, K. Mont- ' . ' ner, M. Baker, T. Mann. Row 3: E. Arenz, T. Kasander, J. Colgan, R. Moed, H. Dropkln, . P. Benar, E. Carmen, D. Webster, J. Cohen. Raw 4: M. Ferina, M. McCormick, P. Long, R X X N. DrPuma, B. Dietz, J. Gregorman, J. Shields, J. Dieckman, L. Lopez, J. Fischman, J. bg! qi, .,., I, K ess, J. Pope N JA' X . fx g XJ NJ X WX X I97 X VYLLQLQN I WJ if 15' Lbs Sw-l RWM. llbijof fi, lt sydf Dill ,'j N' 0 QL! 'H A-id' MJWJ5 fx - UD ' fu-td v'u1l7AJQ,'ff Y psf-N i My 4 til 'wif FRI E N DSH I P - tu - ' 1' 2'1- ,lj J 1? JJ' f .fa ww f i 'xj-f, Uyf , ,.-V JU l . ,UV lf ,ll 10 'fy lm, IQ ,J Jl I, W, MD 'tml A if if nf I ' i 1' V 1 vt' , W' A U L jd UUROW 1: M. Caragher, Mrs. Ragona, C. Reese, S. lggs, L, Gibbins, Row 2: A. Far ey, L. DeStephano, B. Dietz, C. Carlson, L. Peterson, J. Sprinzeles, I. Lagsdin, L. Saclacca, B. Boyclston, P. Kohn, C. Stein- camp, J. Erharst, S. Hubertz Row 3: M. Newman, M. Farina, A. Heis, J. Pope GATEWAY ' if ' ' ' . ,J l, f ' ,Ml f -ef , , 1 51 , , if L, , .. 1 ,., - , V , I , , , ,f , , ff , ,if H -1 i X . ,f 7 I, 1 I' K f r ,fy M . J lflv ,L ff I , fy, 0: V gif ,Ii L fur, V I 7'1- . f ,M , f f -if f ,ffm ff- ,Q If ff X ' Lf, l ?l,D I f iQ I lf -, Q 1 if , if ' X "' f W f L . if f f M LW' l ' Row 1+Mrs. Eigenberg, G. Clark, N. DiPuma, A. Nisgor, W. Fins- ton, A. Young, Row 2-T. Mann, C. Miller, M. Hoffman, R. Leifer, W. Goldstein, K. Bree, -I. Gara- venta, E. Mantel, C. Milton Row 3 -S. Kalava, B. Hendricks, S. Fel- ler, E. Carmen, L. Glaser, M. Greenstein, J. Fazio, B. Dibble, Rf Laraway, D. Romano, Raw 4-J. Morgenstein, C. Symon, M. Kap- lam, A. Lochiavo, L. Lopez, F. Led- er, D. Weinstein, A. Pomerantz, A. Fanelli, A. Geraldi, I98 HARMONY ,fl b Row 1: L. Levitt, L. Kania, C. Beil, D. Haber, G. Cronin, H. Stemple, H. Cates Row 2: W. Oxman, J. Sahagian, L. Sherwood, M. Baker, A. Castagliola, M. Menclelblatt, J. Joseph, D. Gugliatta, Row 3: J. Dieckmann, G Haslam, G. Maloney, M. O'Conner, J. Sciacca, A. Caputo, L. Marx, K. Or- cliermo, D. Duberstein, R. Klein, V. Chiar, J. Lentino, V. Sokol, G. Hin- kus, S. Lachow, D. Bornynk, E. Alca- bes, E. Kromback, S. Atlas, C. Moclsen, M. Hinkus, Row 5: J. Steinbock, A Katz, L. Schwartz, G. Malinak, J. Kitz L. Wagenseil, B. Cashdan, S. Roth, F Rubinovitz, M. Riemersma, L. Munro S. Levine, P. Hanrahan, S. Nicolosi 7 2 RHO DELTA SIGMA bo Row 1.' R. Terranova, R. Tendrich, G. Didway, Tortorici Row 2: M. Dziadzio, P. Castagliola, A. Odierno, K. Leurson, R. Gordan Row 3: Mr. D'Elia, A. Tonneyson, D. Mahoney, C. Verdon, S. Tiliwitz, N. Rubinowitz, C. Glena, N. Triga- ff Supervised by Miss Griffith and Miss Allen, the Service Club organ- izes a vast pool of volunteers for service at school functions, espe- cially ushering at concerts and plays. The single male counterpart to the three female service clubs, Mr. D'Elia's Rho Delta Sigma Hi-Y also devotes a good deal of time to community and school service, and the rest to social outings and activities for the enjoyment of its members. It's an efficient and admirable method for combining worth- while business with worthwhile pleasure. P. Gregory, D. Epstein, S. Ostrow, G. Cronin, P. Kaye, D. DeRoss, L. Wagenseil, L. Bailey, B. Dietz, S. Dietz, T. Ganiaris, S. Berger, L. Levitt, H. Cates, D. Rolnick, I. Liff, R. Lewis, E. Alcabes, A. Epstein, C. Carlson, L. Davis SERVICE CLUB I99 Junior and senior members of Wild Bill Troyan's Culture Club rampaged this year as usual through the jungles of American culture. Activities included the in- famous Christmas trip to Washington UD and an equally dubious evening with "Hogan's Goat." The turnout for informal intellectual jam sessions was considerably less enthusiastic than for the social events, probably due to the fact that no one wants to debate dissent, foreign policy, and adolescent re- bellion with such an arch hater of youth. flt is a well- known psychological fact that people who desire some- thing intensely often act as if they dislike it.j The philosophy and problems of the law were plan- ned subjects of inquiry this year for Mr. Falco's Juris- prudence Club. Constitutional issues were not a part, however, of the trip to a Manhattan night court, where it was observed that "the law in action", con- trary to Perry Mason, involved the jailing, or oc- casionally the not jailing by many bored policemen of many stupefied drunks and a few interesting devi- ates. Mr. Falco's oratory did, however, produce a size- able number of prospective attorneys from the group fin self-defensej, and the trip to the Mock U.N. last spring was highly successful. Row 1.' D. Zubow, M. Newman, L- Eng., J. Slater, J. Cohen, P. Kohn, J. Gelfand, R. Gordon, P. Kaye, S. Fine, D. Hendler, D. Epstein, L. Futterman, H. Cates. Row 2: L. Bailey, A. Katz, H. Haden, R. Taf- fer, S. Roth, S. Stein, B. Boydston, S. Dietz, P. Conley, W. Oxman, G. Sheridan, L. Levitt, Row 3: L. Press, P. Shak, J. Jacobs, B. Wiesel- men, J. Coni, B, Rose, J. Kite, S. Levenson, I. Wilk, P. Marro, G. Feldman, B. Orgel Row 4: J. Berke- ley, B. Wehner, M. Costello, J. Nor- man, K. Roughly, H. Stempel, S. Rosensweig, D. Coven, E. Welt- man, G. Eisner, P. Robinson, Row 5: J. Jackson, D. Mahoney, D. Klein, J. Liff, D. Haber, L, Kania, J. Wishengrad, E. Goldstein, B, Roseman, P. Marx, D. Grogan Row 6: B. Katz, G. Semos, T. Williams, J. Swanson, P. Weisberg, C. Zucker, W. Schult, S. Rosenbaum, J. Sha- piro, M. Block, L. Erdman, J, Wolk, G. Mann, M. Levine 200 CULTURE -ew M., I Q Mr. Joseph Falco Mr. William Troyan JURISPRUDENCE Row 1: D. Zubow, Miss Amberman, W. Finston, M. Strauss. Row 2: P. Conley, V. AbfaVaYa, H. Jayson, J. Miller, P. Marro, R. Sebin, C. Zucker i DISCUSSION CLUB Once again this year, Miss Amberman's Discussion Club provided the official answer to the bull ses- sion-a time and place for informal expression on topics ranging from Central's system of 'grading to the startlingly original question of the Vietnamese war. Attempts at controversy ended as usual with no conclusions drawn and a few tempers shortened. THEATRE DISCUSSION CLUB Returned from the dead, Miss Amberman's Opera Guild is once more providing an official vehicle for appreciation and discussion of quality vocalists. Opera enthusiasts climaxed an enjoyable year of listening and learning with a highly successful outing to the Met- ropolitan Opera. Row 1.1 E. Hartenstein, P. Robinson, J. san Row 2. P. Reiss, R. Fu ffef , J. Kaye OPERA GUILD SHAKESPEARE SOCIETY Q. E. Sisinni, M. Hansen, Miss Amberman, W. Finston, L. Lee L. Davis, D. Weinstein, L. Goldberg, P. Greenstone, Mr. Knoerzer, L. Lee, P. Shak 20I DEBATE Row 1: E. Blasenheim, W. Dixon, P. Greenstone, P. Robinson, R. Taffer, J. Mond, Mr. Bishop Row 2: S. Alkon, M. Battalco, R.Wolkowitz, P. Bailey, J. Swetow, G. Green, fjackson, L. Futterman Under the new and able coach- ing of 'Mr. Bishop, the Debate Team is doing its best to live up to the tradition established by past teams. Although this year did not see anothersuccessful trip to the state championships in Albany, novice members performed well in filling the shoes of absent veterans in categories ranging from formal debate and original oratory to dra- matic interpretation and extem- poraneous speaking. After lugging home the marble-brass rewards of their success, the debators are now prepared to follow the example of their predecessors by using their new skills to make life hell for teachers. ii., Raw 1: P. Mahon, S. Ostop, T. Hennig, T- Eaton, Raw 2: J. Sherry, T. Orishak, A. Barone, J. Fiala, P. Dzedzu Bittman, f . I Ls. l, S. I-lenn, L. Eletto, A. Row 3: Mr. Zimmering, L. DeSantis, R. Garbutt, J. Lang, S. Rosenzweig, R. Lazaroff s.r DECA Central's branch of the Distributive Education Club of America strives for the union of various business-oriented activi- ties-including courses in retailing and outside jobs-in order to prepare mem- bers to take their places as the future business leaders of America fHis kids, says Mr. Zimmering, not those secre- taries of F.B.L.A., will be the J. Paul Gettys of the futurej. This attitude has certainly paid offg in addition to having several Nassau winners in marketing con- tests, the club has balanced a hefty budget which enables it to sponsor var- ious picnics and to swing a lot of weight around Central. ul 1 1 , ' -f f--Y - MAT!-ILETES Central's entry in Nassau's mathematical lists is Miss Caughran's Math Club, an hon- orary organization composed, oddly enough, of some of Central's best math minds. Sup- ported by the Powers That Be, they sally forth after school into mortal combat, proclaim- ing their motto, "Divide and conquer!" On battle fields strewn with logs, roots, and many other factors, these warriors have functioned so well that in past years the entire school has derived great pleasure from their successes. 'WYE 'Sf' Ji l - Miss Caughran A. Berner, L. Carlson, B. Sciacca, J. Liff, A. Young, S. Wesley, J. Ross, P. Siemers, M. Berkowitz, j. Levine B Golden -' -21 FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA Business department students aspiring to a position in the secretarial field may pick up some pointers from our Miss Kremin, Who is interested in the further professionalization of the field. ACCOUNTING Mr. Rosen's Accounting Club provides interested juniors and seniors with the opportunity for advanced preparation in the fields of accounting and lavxf, as well as all-important information con- cerning admission to schools for further study. Row 1: J. Scarola, J. Farra, L. Branado, D, Wiligan, M. DelVa1le, C. Horacek. Row 2: S. Quincy, Miss Kremin, S. Curtis, M. Winter Row 3: V. Scalla,.B. Boydston, C. Weber, J. Calarco, M. McCormic, D. Mitchel, S. Ugly, J. Piesik, D. Tedesco, J. Scala, J. Ciambra, M, Soloman, E. Salvina, M. Seller, D. Gugliotta, C. Yondola. Row Z: P. McAvoy, R. Morrow, A. Roselli, B. Malone, M. Del Valle, Row 2: Mr, Roger A. Sarlo, S. Endick, D. jesmajian, Row 3: T. Fitzgerald, T. Malone, P. Marino, J. Cohei C. Ansilone, J. Silvestri, J. Liff, R. Garbutt, R. Gugenheim, F. Fenimore, I-I, Abglow B. Santucci, F. Rutigliano, S. Terrence, J. McGovern, M. Scoma. A -, , jf' N . - L1 B N , Vg.. i .N -,, orercso clue R010 1: Mrs. Tervo, M. Brocatto, L. Brocatto, D. Mitchell, V. Scala, G. Weber, L, Schreiner, J. Sabo, S. Fine, W. Oxrnan, N. Hand, N. Mont- Uef, S. Marengo, S. Curtis, T. Fitzgerald, L. DeStefano, A. Caputo, S. Pfleegor, Row 2: M. Franzese, B. Boydston, J. Glacllcy, K. Zola, N. Carro, M. Born, D. Tedesco, K. Weckerly, D. Pasmlzzi, L. Brevig, J. Silvestri, H. Goodwin, L. Gallante, M. Assini, J. Greer, Row 5: K. Sanger, R. Teaser, S. Emera, C. Horacek, P. Hunt, N. Bahrenburg, B. Harvey, A. Duffy, D. Lupolus, M. Sellers, P. Dziedzic Row 4: L- G1bb0DS, Mayer, N. DiPuma, M. Broderick, K. Liverani, T. Nanzolillo, K. Deross, R. Pizzella, C. Nash, M. Edelstein, A. Breitrnan. Row 5: B. Hendricks, P. Sanford, I. Vicaro, R. Palleten, G. Malinick, S. luster, D. Propfe. Row 6: J. Calarcus, C. Lieberman, D. Sibald, M. McCormick, K. Maggipinto, K. Martin, A. Leisen. Shorthand students desiring to improve their skill are given the chance to do so by Mrs. Tervo in the Gregg Club. Certificates and pins are awarded to high achievers. The National Business Honor Society, advised by Miss Kass, gives well-deserved recognition to students with good general grades who do superior work in business courses. The Business Club is a multi- faceted organization engaged in a wide variety of projects, includ- ing tutoring needy students, pro- viding a faculty typing service, fund-raising, publishing a depart- mental newspaper, and generally soaking up the lore of the business world. Miss Jacobson also teaches Xxffabf thehafli of dictation to the intefwted Seated: P. Donovan, Miss Kass, K, Deross and arranges for Club social activi- Row 2.' T. Fitzgerald, J. Scarola, C. Tank, L. Fox, P. Passalaqua ties. NATICDNAL BUSINESS HONCDR SOCIETY 4, Row 1: Mr, Seacler, D. Hendler, M. Colchamiro, F. Pascale, A. Kaplan, D. Epstein, P. Kaye Row 2: G. Hecht, T. Ganiaris, R. Moecl, M. Block, J. Katoff, A. Pearlman, C. Zucker, W. Schult, L. Futterman. R. Katz, J. Bosco, K. Handin, S. Rosenbaum 2 ,. . 1 3 - '1 Rn ,fi PHYSICS BIOLOGY .171 EEE? 93 - 1 1- Rou. 1, T- Thelgyx A, Valqfio, D, Klein, J, Kay, A. Kaplan, R. Moed, J. Katoff, L. Futterman, S. Donn, G. Inwald M . B. S t Rgrw 25 girolclman, D. Hendler, M. Greenstein, J. Berkeley, J. Ross, A. jalkio, C, Zucker, C. Kolk, W. Schult, D Solomon Row 1: Mr. Fromhartz, G. Semos Row 2: R. Mertz, J. Levine, P. Siemers, S. Kesselman Ill ll ll CHEMISTRY SCIENCE Do you think S E C E it's reached 200 proof yet? BICDLOGY ASSISTANTS ij' o Q. i Row 1: L. Montinari, L. La Balbo, S. Kistner, W. Goldstein, R. Pine, M. Greenstein, B. Wehner, C. O'Connor, S. Dietz, P. Duspiva, J. Colgan, R. Grossman Rau' 2: R. Gottfried, K. Handin, J. Berkeley, C. Simon, D. Hendler, S. Rosenbaum, E. Dietz, S. Donn, S. Hastings 207 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA I Q F? Row 1: K. Bree, M. Ferina, L. Parker, Row 2: C. Steincamp, C. Miller, J. Schoenbach, Row 3: A. Nisgor, D. Forte, L. Lopez, R. Rossi AUDIO VISUAL CLUB Mrs. Fisher's prospective teachers attempt to gain an understanding of their future profession while in the middle of it, by observing classroom procedure in elementary and high schools and through guest speakers and field trips. It is hoped that their ex- periences on the receiving end will improve their later performances on the distributing end. CHESS CLUB Sealed: K. Aronson, A. Kaplan, S. Kessleman, R. Shields Sfanding: B. Baggins, C. Jones, B. Treckman, P. Link, D Cass, B. Robbins, M.. Quartararo, D. Forte, C. Altman, E Goldstein, Mr. Mortimer The Audio-Visual Aides, under the direction of Mr. Aylmer, com- bine a free projectionist service for the school with the opportunity to learn the operation of over twenty types of audio-visual equipment., 1 fd The club performs a much appreciated school service. J! ,JM f ""' : ix iffy!! .. 7 Lffyl-f ' J P! J' X ffwfi W 7 I riff' C WWA' ,Lf me V L ua are 7 fd X .L jak A X fyydyff' L37 fy" C my Kneeliub: S. Wecker, Rauf 1: M. Needleman, R. Moy, T. Suarez, Raw 1: R. Moed, M. Colchamiro, W. Mah, Raw 2: L. Erd- man, M. Feldman, L. Fudderman, J. Feldman Raw 3: M Sklaroff, Mr. Cardone, Sponsor, not shown, ri. Chaidoff, azwaish, rr. Pieifef, s, Romano, J. Amoniafo, T. E E Fernandez, D. Vsfngner, Mr Aylmer 208 W JT EHOTQGR PHY Rowl R Weiselber M Colchamlro Vo K SI. .' . g, . ' , S. gel, A. aplan Row 2: Mr. Zimmering, C. Roemer, J. Swanson, J. Hirsh, D. Solomon, B. Krauss, R. Moy, . effert F if L 0' by jhan Swanson 3 . 2, ., -, 217?'fZF+. ' 1 . f , it 1,457 0,711 . , 4,4 v Q ,,. '1L,n. it ,q ,N .,, . fi o XS by joel Hirsh 5QL:'n by Doug Solomon Row 1: I. Lasky, S. Sumberg, K. Goldsmith, M. Sackstein, J. Sahagian, K. Mita, N. Koeble, M. Laga. Raw 2: Mrs. Miller, G. Gaylinn, N. Gerhold, A. Wagen- blast, J. Fazio, G. Cronin, Row 3: C. DeBonn, R. Walters, B. Boydston, C. Fitzpatrick, M. Meyer, J. Greenfield, Y. Vitale NURSES AIDES CADUCEUS CLUB Row 1: A. Barlow, M. Franzese, K. Bree, S. Record, B. Smith Row 2: Mrs. Miller, K. Werner, M. Laga, A. Steigerwald, J. Greenfield, K. Kollar Row 3: B. Siegel, B. Gass, J. Churchey, S. Hubertz, M. Suffrage, C. Dc-Bonn, S. Kistner, M. Carrol, L. Montanari 2I0 Sweater girls Qand boysj displaying a strange gold snake on their apparel ffor the cultured, the caduceus, a universal medical and Freudian symbolj are, oddly enough, members of Mrs. Miller's Caduceus Club. As- pirants to careers in health fields are pro- vided with extra information by trips to hospitals and health centers, guest speakers, movies, and, in the spirit of the sprained sacrum, the year is ended with a dance. Seated: F. Pascale, G. Hecht Smnding: D. Pomerance, C. Zucker, M. ,---""""M, Colchamiro, A. Pearlman, R. Katz, G. Feldman, K. Handin, A. Feld- man, W. Mahr, A. Kaplan, M. Needleman, R. Moed, J. Bosco, Mr. Seader Row 1: M. Pervet, C. Miller, L. Gomil, W. Sullivan, A. Borach, L. ' Feldman M Scorott Row 2 Mrs onas C Reese T Quaranto R , . , .' . I , . , . , - ' Lewis, Mrs. Butler, B. Treclcman. Row 3: J. Stec, C. Ordiano, J. Rago, V A. Pomerance, R. Rossi, K. Aronson, J. Tortorici, C. Steincamp, S. Dietz, j. Calkin, J. Norman, L. Lachow, P. Kay, S. Endeck, S. Fine, A. Obedin Row 4' M Zotti L Sadaka S Ermler N Bitoff E Ellman A. Unello, A. 'Epstein, Alcabes, Nappi, n, Sterni berg, F. Leiter, S. Schwartz, B. Traynor, L. Wagenseil, J. Gregerman, S. Bloom RADIO CLUB LIBRARY CLUB Students interested in donating their services to the school during study hall periods fan easily understood in- terestj, while learning first-hand the fundamentals of run- ning a library, are given the opportunity to do so as Library Aides. Under the guidance of Mr. Young and Mrs. Jonas, these altruistic souls have miraculous talents for finding, stacking, filing, and checking out books and have even been known to alphabetize correctly for hours on end. 2lI G. Adler, F. Gubitossi, C. Edwards, D. Petzak, R. Buckley, L. Mayernik, Mr. Kern RPM'S Central's Hot Rod Club, the Valley Stream Chapter of the Long Island Timing Association, consists of boys who wish to become skilled automotive mechanics and technicians. Working on their own or club cars under the direction of Mr. Stampf, they stress reliability, per- formance, maintenance, safety, and wearing a rabbit's foot in striving to become the safest drivers on the road. CAN DY STAN D .4 .f l Raw 1: S. Rosenbaum, T. Anastasio, P. Marro, L. Giordano Row 2: L. Bailey, D. Epstein, I. Papagno, A. Fink, K. Roughley, G. Rentt, G. Cronin, P. Conley, D. Verdon, P. Mahon, L. Kania, C. Berger, P. Buck 2l2 PEP CLUB SKI CLUB The Ski Club, headed by Mr. Mears, provided Central's daredevils of the slopes with an opportunity to prove their mettle on various all- day field trips. The few survivors of frostbite, avalanche, and bumpy slopes have sent word from Franklin General that a wonderful time was had by all. Row 1: J. Lipani, V. Chan, L. Rodriguez, D. Behar, R. Klein, Row 2: M. Hoff- man, M. Mandelblatt, K. Montner, V. Sokel, R. Leifer Raw 3: R. Schreiber, S. Berkowitz, M. Allen, A. Valeno, Row 4: M. Carroll, I. Krombach, E. Carmen, D. Weinberg, N. Levine, S. Datloff, Row 5: A. Baines, T. Scklar, P. Hanrahan The Jug Band 'f wfsff 'WWW 'FWS P I J 4 3 Altman and Pete Reese Ron Mertz, Debbie Zubow, and Paulanne Kohn go Brazilian FOLKSINGING CLUB K i ' 7 E E -1 i , l v Row 1: L. Eisenberg, W. Frolich, H. Halter, M. Leventhal, R. Wolkowitz Row 2: K. Ban- nerman, P. Kohn, J. Kite, l. Wilk, S. Levenson, R. Katz, D. Elliot, E. Bogner, E. Ell- man, J. Jacobs, A. Selden, J. Fenton, M. Strauss Rau' 3: L. Eng, J. Tortorici, S. Hubertz, B. Boydston, A. Breitman, G. Sheridan, J. Gelfand, J. Kress, P. Reiss, C. Altman, C. Shapiro, B. Green, Row 4: I.. Lasky, Mr. Herrmann, J. Fischman, D. Anderson, M. Crumm, J. Swanson, R. Zucker, C. Zucker, P. Reece The noises emanating from the third floor several afternoons a month Qafter schoolj are neither Mr. Falco giving a rendition of "Old Man River" nor Mr. Keller at his organ, they are the products of Mr. Herrmann's rowdy folksingers, carriers of the Word. The guitars, banjos, harmonicas, voices, and Bronx cheers of purist and folk-rock devotees alike join in musical therapy sessions and auditions, leading up to the year's climax, the grand I-Iootenanny. 2 as 5 5 S F 2I5 ADVER WF, ,, x gi EEK L W iii . iw , ,f wi -SL -.4 N-sl 2-Slif 0 2" , - Q-. . SM fx A 9, wr R ,S ,yn fa ' 'Y' r- ex if 32 I , iw.. ef x af' My r Q5 . 4, A-'F T . ' ' ,.,1,'f"Q5g'h1'. V I mv f ' v f - V x ,,,,, Qffvgu 4,.'. Wx, L ,Ma , M., , , W ' ,W f Q, 5 1 M Q 1:1254 1 , . :L --Q' 4- ,' 1 " 'f . , jj "-1' ' Q fr I ' if . wa xr' ' vi' 3--nf it 1 a ,H ff gtg A Y ' ' 4 I -an , ' "gr X .' rw' ' 4. 1 1 ' D T Qt I P il . 'f iw. ' . ' ' ' 3 M.-. : rv f -4 21 .1 ' 4 5141, L' , 'L V V 0 I R X 2I8 Sw' Y . 1 CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 1967 Class of 1959" , ,lxllt ' ' KA' X Advisors swU rf SZQEEEE aff 099 ' f51'7ffQigfQw2'f5M VW' Best Wishes From Your cwy Local Ford Dealer PARK INN FORD 444 W. Merrick Roacl Valley Slream AssoclAnoN ER TEACH NT AL PARE Rl Memo CENTRAL - The Class Of Serving Volley S'rreOm Since 1923 MILLS-MULLER CORPORATION .A 240 ROCKAWAY AVE. VALLEY STREAM, N. Y. VA 5-6700- I For Better Insurance ...iil,1.. . VILLAGE of VALLEY STREAM VW iw - x eff., 7 -aa Board of Trusiees Chas. J. Monica-Mayor John W. Ga+hard Harry M. Ried John H. Klenclr Roy H. Shelfon Richard E. Edsirom Anihony B. Curfo Charles E. Miller W. Torn Ward RALPH GOETZE VA 5-0046 "The Rhodes S+udio" A Complefe Pho+ographic Service VA 5-5I56 Gil Burner Sales and Service 262 Rockaway Ave. JOE valley Slream BART TROIANO 285 N. Cenfral' Ave. DANNY Valley Siream, N. Y. 222 Congratulations to the Class of I967 if v VALLEY NATIONAL BANK OF LONG ISLAND "2O Offices To Serve You In Nassau and Suffolk Counties" VA 5-9259 VI NCENT'S VIV'S NEW LOOK STATIONERY AND PRINTING Beauty Salon FINE PRINTING LO I-7333 VA 5-9888 A cfmplele Life of Lofs of Luclc 8: Happy Hairclos ff I I Belaire Shopping Conler V. S. Business I 3l W. Merrick Rcl. V. S. 223 f"".5' YOUR FRIENDS ,Z AT BALFOUR S THE CRAFTSMEN WHO MADE YOUR CLASS RING A MASTERPIECE and W G Pforr 55 Northern Boulevard Greenvale, long Island JOIN IN SENDING THEIR ' R st Wishes Congratulatlons and e S IN A FINE SCHOOL TO A GREAT CLAS WARD AND LAKE Insurance and Real Estate 66 W. Merrick Road . Valley Slream VA 5-I454 Zefna Qsfuofos, gn C. 225 Park Ave. Soufh New York, N. Y. I0003 Our Official Yearbook Photographer KARR'S BOOKSHOP INC. SHlELD'S LIQUOR SHOP 6 W. Midway - Green Acres Shopping Cenfer I9 W' ' VS' VA 5'0'22 MAY we KEEP You IN PAPERBACKS, CLOTH-BOUNDS GOOD SPIRITS BOOK ENDS. BOOK RESTS Sweatshirts - Trophies - Sweaters SUPRINA'S SPORTLAND 72 Rockaway Avenue Valley Stream Jackets - Plaques - Blazers gckrqafec Sigma Efur Service Station Ehv Scdwam 51911214 of The Year Eierriliiinuiing l 963-l 964 Best Wishes W S o h glas: it 3115111 4 1 '67 Qvnmng 5 'L VALLEY-PARK 1 6 SERVICE Z Z, STATION POLYC RON'S li? Elllfliillllilll Ahv. QGZC41 W. Merrick Rd. llallvg Strvauu 95 775011104 24. Valley Stream 226 HA 5-1994 Walk? SWM' 7,4 5-Wg, STAN MAYER VA 5-9507 VA 5-l590 VA 5-560l B 81 C MEAT MARKET Choice Meats and Fancy Poultry Groceries-Dairy Proclucts-Frozen Foods 92 ROCKAWAY AVE. VALLEY STREAM Good Luck to the Class of '67 from REGENTS MEN AND BOYS SHOP Green l ?4cCr?ei',llll3lallle,l'alL+ream LO I-9350 FREDERICK'S CLEANERS 356 W. Merrick Roacl Valley S'l'ream, New Yorlc VA 5-3843 We Operale Our Own Planl' Good Luck From THE CLASS OF 1968 'We Li ve by Hue Service W L. C. HUME REAL ESTATE-INSURANCE FIRE-CASUALTY-LIFE 2 Rockaway Avenue Valley S'rream, N.Y. e Give 1 ,, Paris Comes PARTY PAUL S LANE Valley Sfr-earn AIVIERICANAIRE DTNER Parfy Favors C Decorafions DANIELLE'S O Cijjflmes wie SALON O :gs Masks CUSTOM WIGS L I 63 Tricks WIGLETS I W. Merrick Rd. Jokes HAIRPIECES N Flags We Mainfain Wigs Banners G CORPORATION Open 24 Hours a Dal' I65 Rockaway Ave. H I Valley Sheam I4 w.M fickiza. '55 amHo"A'e VA 5-0.75 valley Ziream Brooklyn 3I, N.Y. 2 I 2-U Lsfer 5- I 600 Charles Angelella Mr. and Mrs. Herberf Bedell Mr. and Sfuarl' Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jerome Apfel Irving Bell and Morris Black Raymond Calabrese Thomas Casfagliola Mr. and Mrs. Pefer Corcoran Mrs. John Cronin Gail Dambeck Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Demma Mr. and Mrs. A. Difhridge Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Domiano Roberf Edelsfein SI-ephen R. Eisner BOCISTERS Mr. and Mrs. G. Donald Hun'I' Mr. and Mrs. Herberl' Hun'l' Blanche C. Kafz Mr. and Mrs. B. Kife Jeanne Ann Lanzone John Lauro ancl Mrs. L. Lefebvre Mr.. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lehmann Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Levine Pal' Lombardo Mr. and Mrs. John Long and Mrs. J. Masfro and Mrs. P. McAvoy Jeffrey Melfzer Frank J. Miale Mrs. Sylvia Moog Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Quaranfo Mr. and Mrs. George Renff Glenn Roseberger The Rosenbaum Family Mr. and Mrs. John Roughley Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rubin Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sacksfein Paul Scadufo Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schloss Dr. and Mrs. Shulman Mrs. H. Smifh Mr. and Mrs. W. Sfeinerl' Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sfumpf Joseph Szachacz Maureen Tillwifz Mr. and Mrs. Roberf T. Tweifmann, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Gaylinn The Goffliebs Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Green Mr. and Mrs. Mark Grogin Parenfs of Roz Grossman Mrs. Andrew Haas Mr. and Mrs. George Hifchen Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William PiaH'i Alfred Odierno Michael Panarelli Bernard Pearl Pefersen Sol Phillips The Propfe Family Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wesley Mr. ancl Mrs. Vincenf A. Vaccaro Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. John Werner Mrs. Helen Williams Mr. and Mrs. I. Wishingrad Mr. and Mrs. Dwighf Young Theresa Zuppello 229 CGNTRIBUTCDRS Gary Andreasen Arlene Barone Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr and Mr. and Mr and Mr and Mr. and John H. Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs Mrs Evans Roberr P. Berger Jonas Berner W. L. Buck Jr. A Louis Celli Harold Chrisliansen R. J. Condon Roberl Ellio+'r Yen Wah Eng Mrs. Frank Franzese Mrs. Ar+hur l. GeH'er Mrs. Henry Kaplan Loise and John Kircher David Eric Klein George Landgrebe Mr. and Mrs. John Legakes Mr. and Mrs. George J. Lesrer The Mar'rino Family and Tiger Mr. ancl Mrs. Thomas J. McCormack Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McGra+h Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Merlz Chrisline Millon Mr. and Mrs. R. Nespica and Family Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Ponzan Clemen'r Prevere Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosensweig Mr. ancl Mrs. Michael J. Ruvolo Sr. S and S Marke+ Milron and Claire Schulrz Carol Shemin Sl'uar+ Smoller Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Tank Terrace Cleaners Carl Valenrine Diana WaHs Parenrs of Susan Wood Roberq- Loeb Mr. and Mrs. Ar'I'hur Zelniker Mr. and Mrs. Wal'rer Zuclcerwise Parenls of Lorraine Bailey- Congraiulalions +o +he Class of I967 To Our Son Alfred Belding- "Bes1' Wishes" Love Mom and Dad Good Luck Carrie- To you and your fellow graduales -Your Family Parenis of Gloria Clark- Congralulalions 'lo our wonderful daughler Gloria Mr. and Mrs. Roberl' J. Coven Congra'rula'rions and Besl Wishes for a Brighl' Fu'l'ure Mr. and Mrs. John DiMar+ino- Congralulalions 'ro 'lhe Class of I967 God Bless Our Son George Mr. and Mrs. George Hall PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Slanley Jusler- Congra'l'ula+ions Susan Mr. and Mrs. R. Kah- Congra+ula+ions +o our nephew, Sreven Donn, and +o 'I'he Class of '67 Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Lewis- Our very besl' wishes and all our love-Mo'rher and Dad The Madens- To a greal guy Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. 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