Lear School - Zephyr Yearbook (Miami, FL)

 - Class of 1980

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SEMUHS MICHAEL SOSNER N.H.S. 10,11; Student Gov't Vice Pres. 11; Honor Ct. 9 11; Pres. 10; Vice Pres. 9; Charity Drive 9,10; Social Committee 9,10; Basketball 9,10; Socer 9-11. uThe virtue of a man ought to be measured, not by the extraordinary exertions, but by his everyday conduct" ALISON ELIZABETH WARD Social Committee 12; Mgr. Soccer Team 12; Volleyball 12; Cheerleader 9-11. uWhat a thing friendship is, world without end." GAIL BETH STANDER N.H.S.10-12;Social Committee 9-12; Charity Drive 9-11; Chorus 9-11; Vice Pres. 10; Cheerleader 10; Co-Capt. 11; Pres. 9; Volleyball 11,12; Girl's Basketball Mgr. 12; Basketball 9; Baseball Mgr. 9; Service Key 10; Pres. Fitness 9,10; QUE SERA 9-12; N.J.H.S. Pres. 9; Academic Awards 9-11. uDo not follow where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." CYNTHIA EVA WOLOFSKY PALM BREEZE Editor 12; Student Directory 12; Social Committee 9-12; Cheerleader 10,11; Chorus 9; Treas. 11; Honor Ct. Alt. 9; Charity Drive 9. nBetter keep yourself clean and bright; you are the window through which you must see the world" ISRAEL VAINSTEIN ZEPHYR 12;N.H.S.12;Art Fair 11; Academic Awards 11; Service Key 12. uAnd still they gaz'd and still the wonder grew, that one small head could carry all he knew." MARCELO HORACIO ZUCCOLILLO Soccer 10,12; QUE SERA 12; PALM BREEZE 11; Library Aide 10; Service Key 9. uThe short period of life is long enough for living well and honourably"

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LEOR KATHY RICHMAN Social Committee 12; Cheerleader 11; Class Vice Pres. 10; Driver Education Award 10. iiNever look backwards with misgivings, always look forward with hope" JEFFREY MITCHELL SCHUSTER ZEPHYR 11;N1H.S.12; PALM BREEZE 12; Office Aide 10,12; Social Committee 9- 12; Student Directory 11; Charity Drive 9- 11; Library Aide 11; QUE SERA 10; Soccer 10; First Place Art Fair 10; English Award 10. uIt's a new horizon, and I'm awakening now, I see myself in a brand new way" V LISA ANNE SANDERS N.H.S.11,12;PALM BREEZE 12; Class Vice Pres. 12; Service Key 11; QUE SERA 10,11; Social Committee 11,12; Charity Drive 11; Photography 1; Student Gov't Sect. 11; Volleyball 11,12; Basketball 10- 12; Softball 10-12; Softball AH County 10; Basketball All Conference 11; M.V.P. Basketball 11; Pres. Fitness 9. "The never ending fiight of future days" ERIC ADRIAN SEIDEL Student Gov't. Pres. 12; Honor Court Pres. 12; Rep. 11; N.H.S. 10-12; Social Committee 12; Constitution Committee 11; ZEPHYR ll; QUE SERA 10; Outstanding Academic Achievement 10,11; Science Fair 10; Service Key 10; Art Fair 9. "You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give" SEMDHS BONNE ZELL SCHEFLIN N.HeS. 10-12; Treas. 11; Class Sect. 12; QUE SERA 9-12; Student Gov't. Vice Pres. 11; Who's Who Among American High School Students 11,12; Student Gov't Sect. 10; Charity Drive 9-11; Social Committee 9-11; Chorus 9-11; Student Directory 11; Volleyball 9-12; Cheerleader 9,11; Capt. 10,12; Softball 9,10; Pres. Fitness 9,10; All Conference Volleyball 11; M.V.P. Volleyball; M.IiP. Volleyball 10; Academic and Service Awards 9-12. HThe beautiful part of life is that there is a goal to be foundi' SCOTT STEPHEN SHAKTMAN Basketball 11; Capt. 12; Social Committee 11,12; Service Key 12, uSuccess is a result not a goal"



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DHTH". The telestar is 2001 ...THE PLACE . .. Lear Space Center . . . THE MISSION . . . to explore the vast uncharted regions of the universe . . . THE PURPOSE . . . to establish a civilization unlike any other in existence. After extensive examination by the famed Flakes Anonymous Testing Program, the Doctors JANE GOLD and MAUREEN ABITBOL, staff psychologists, posted the names of the crew and passengers of this historic Hight on the blackboard in room 24. The unique exterior design of the DMB-363 space shuttle came from the drawing boards of Architect DEAN "BMW" EISENBERG in association with TINA PROVENZANO, eminent interior artist, who is well known for her interpretation of coordinated cosmic colors. PIA REYMAN, Italian fashion designer, created a unisex Solar Sasson space suit with detachable booties for the Flight crew. On board the space craft, Commanders T. BAUER and V. DANTE check their Pioneer 2000 Super Tuner for any Zeta-4 malfunctions. DR. R. KAUFMAN checks the vital signs 7??? of the boarding passengers. Wearing her latest creation, an ultraviolet velour jumpsuit, SUSAN BEHAR is chatting with Dental Ceramist JERI GOODKIN. Sitting across the aisle, Speech Therapist ALYSE ARONSTAMN is trying to pronounce the name of Economist lVIANOUCHEHR AZIZI. Directly behind them, DESMOND GILLMAN is discussing the cloning of astro-mice. Attorney JEFF SCHUSTER and his associates, LARRY GROLL and BONNE SCHEFLIN, offer their opinions on the legal implication of this procedure. Biomedical Engineer ISRAEL VAINSTEIN suggested that propagation could be speeded up by injecting clomiphene citrate into the proboscis. A strange bleeping noise alerted the passengers that they were T-minus 10 from liftoff. The uNO GUM CHEWING" and HFASTEN YOUR HELMETS" warnings were dashed in the forward compartment. T-minus 9. Hatches were hermetically sealed. T-minus 6 and counting. The remaining passengers were busy getting settled. T-minus 3. Journalist CINDY WOLOFSKY, mild-mannered reporter from the Satellite Sentinel, left Studio 54.4 to cover this event, while DEANIE GREENE of the Galaxy Gazzette attempted to relay her interviews via vidicon. GORDON and WARD, professionally known as the HA-LLL-ISON'S", were preparing a video transmission that would be shown at Mr. Subs. T-minus l. LIFTOFFllll! A cloud of magenta exhaust burst forth as DMB-363 rose into orbit. Clad in his size 12V2 Nike hightops, SCOTT SHAKTMAN was beaming his broadcast off the backboards of the launch pad as the rocket disappeared into the atmosphere. . . . 3 telestars later . . . TOUCHDOWN!!!!! Final destination, Planet Tarium. MITCHELL COLE, real estate broker, was the first to set foot on Tarium. He placed his llSediment for Sale" sign next to the nearest crater. Contractor MICHAEL ENGLER immediately started work on his Cosmic Condo, and he was pleased to announce that the hrst ofhce cubicle would be occupied by the Emm Co., MARCELLO ZUCCOLILLO and MAYLEN ECHEVARRIA. Accountant MICHAEL SOSNER consulted Lawyers CINDY FITELSON and LISA SANDERS who felt that the paper work would be ua piece of cake." A micrometer away from Cosmic Condo, MARGARET FLEISHER opened her Giro Jean Boutique. TAMMY LANDA, fashion merchandiser, was hired as coordinator for these galactic garments. Marine Biologist RAMIRO MARTINEZ is preparing a descent into the mysterious depths of Ocean Beige- Aspen. His batosphere is fitted with water windows which were invented by Optometrist ERIC SEIDEL who has also perfected space spectacles for wayward sea turtles. Resident surfer, DAVID KENNEDY, is attempting an lloff the lip" on his lightening bolt twin fin, followed by a Hgouging lay back." Standing on the distant shore is Engineer PHILIP FISHER who has earned a uB. S." degree. He is deciding whether he should open an Astro-Physical Observatory or a chird-period" snack bar. Trained in the care and treatment of the Far-out-Flu and Senioritis, GAIL STANDER and CRYSTAL KUZNARIK were meeting with Psychologists LEOR RICHMAN and SCOTT BAUER to discuss their ail best selling book, PSYCHIC PHENOMENON OF MULTIPLE NUCLEI. ANDREA HORWITZ was anxious to have an autographed copy so that she could put the book on the shelves of the library in the new Multi-Educational school system, which would open in the season of the high moon. llPAM, PAM, wake up. It's time for school." llHuh! You mean I'm really here and not there? I'll be home late today mom because I have N. H. S. meeting, softball practice, yearbook work, and an appointment with Mrs. Lear to hnd out more about the Mass Communications department at the University of Denver. See you later." Emu BF DETE

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