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Page 11 text:
The student court, commonly known as
the Tribunal, meets every morning to pre-
scribe punishment for any student violating
the rules set by the school constitution. It
also has the power, with the consent of the
director of student activities, to impeach
student officers. Although complicated
legal procedures are not employed, the de-
fendant receives a fair and just trial. All
decisions must be agreed upon by a two-
thirds vote of the staff.
Consisting of six members-two twelve
A's and four twelve B's-one of whom is
the Chief Justice, Beverlee BC.l1'lI'1.'lIT1 the
Tribunal helps make NVestern .1 safe and
One of the divisions of the executive
branch of the XVest Philadelphia High
School Citizens Association is the Attorney
Working in connection with the Tribunal
and the Patrol System, this staff interviews
all offenders reported by student patrols,
reviews their cases, and brings out all facts,
for and against, in order that the students
may have a chance to defend themselves.
Should a student plead not guilty, a trial
is arranged. It is then the role of this or-
ganization to provide defense and prosecut-
ing attorneys to assure the defendant of a
Front Row: Barbara Gaber, Francine Sheingold Second Rou
Alan Silverman, Paul Green.
The Attorne General Staff
Front Row: Roberta Nahon, Beverlee Bearman, Ellen Kane Second
Row: Edward Zamble, Ronald Sall, Barry Brown
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Front Row: Richard Lloyd, Arleen Wolfberg, Leonard Goins.
Second Row: Ruth Raymond, Joan Killen.
The Board oi Director
One of the most active bodies in the
C.A. is the Senate, which regulates student
activities and enforces regulations about
The Senate is the legislative body and is
composed of a senator from each homeroom.
lt functions through eight committees for
the improvement of the school: Publicity,
Club Charter, Usher, P.T.C., Budget, S0-
cial Service, Safety, and Entertainment.
Senate meetings are presided over by the
chairman, Richard Lloyd, or in his absence
by Edward Savitz, the vice-chairman, Bar-
bara Magallanes is secretary.
Among the outstanding projects of the
Senate was the Christmas Charity Drive,
the money from which went to the Chil-
Rv, f 3""1
Board of Directors
Frou! Row: Beverlec Bearmnn, Richard Lloyd, Lee lirzunli, john Wilsoii, Alan Silverman. Strand
Row: Jeanette Floyd, Sandra Kruger, Luna Kline, Bonnie Cohen, Doris Butler, jill Wax, Eileen
Sultanolf, Elayne Serlick. Tbirrl Row: Arthur Brown, David Berger, john Crulhcrs, Randolph
Walker, .Ion Brillman, David Grccnblatl, Stephen Herman, Bernard Mazie.
Page 12 text:
The Group ide
Front Row: Sarah Adams, Beverlee Bearman, Eileen Sultanoif, Lana
Kline, Emma Bayton. Second Rauf: Elizabeth Wakeley, Ruth Ray-
mond, Ellalouisc Turner, Miriam Prince, Stephen Saks, Lauretta
Jones, Vicki Hoffman, Victoria Palmer, Francine Sheingold.
I 2-B patrols
Frou! Row: Bcvcrlec BCJll'l112lI'l, Ellalnuise Turner, Victoria p.llllICl',
David Grc-cnhlnlt, L.1urt-ttn jones, Sandra l,.1pin, Arlene llorislow.
Secuurf Row: Susan Cohen, Vicki lllllllllilll, Sarah Addins, Dolores
XValclmnn, ,Incltie B.iIlt, Miriam Prince, l'lmm,i Bnyton, liolvcrhu
Nahon, Francine Sheingold. 'l'l1ir1f Row: M.lI'hl1.lll Sterling, l.L'0ll.ll'll
Goins, Margaret Duson, Elizabeth Wallteley, Constance James,
Jerome Schorr, Stephen Salts.
Under the direction of Miss Adrienne
Sternman, the group aides have helped the
10A class by Working directly wth the nd-
viser. They serve to introduce the school
to the freshmen. These aides are selected at
the close of each term and in addition to
qualifying scholastically, they must pass an
oral and a written test. This term there
were twenty-five group aides. Among this
group, are the following seniors who have
served as group aides for three terms: Emma
Bayton, Sarah Adams, Vicki Hoffman,
Vickie Palmer, Elizabeth Xvalieley, and
Eileen Sultanoff, the chairman of the group
aides this term.
Clean lunchrooms, quiet corridors and
enforcing rules of the school .ire under the
jurisdiction of the Patrol system.
It could not function properly without
the .lble guidxnce of Mr. Campbell .ind the
fine supervision of its othcers, who are
Director of lhxtrols, llirid Greenhlsttg Co-
Uirector, Elayne Scrliclxg .md Secretary,
-lon Brillman. Under these otheers .tre sev-
er.1l chairmen who direct the activities of
the suh-chairmen .Ind patrols.
The school is grateful to this commend-
.ihle group of people who make NVcstern .1
safer .ind cleaner' school.
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