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Page 12 text:
Dear Graduates, Your adoption of the theme for your yearbook " The World Is A Narrow Bridge " makes it manda- tory for me to point out the parallel between your years in Yavneh and a long journey. Passengers on such an occasion look forward to debarkation with the pleasures of anticipation, the certainty of nov- elty, and some element of anxiety regarding the unknown. Their recollection of parties, games and of friendships formed on route are vivid. Occasional unpleasantnesses have already receded into the remote and half-real. So you, at graduation time, find yourselves with mingled sensations of relief and incipient homes- ickness. In retrospect, there will be thousands of happy moments at Yavneh that merge into the back- ground of your memories. Associations that have been formed here will tend, in some cases, to weaken, or to lapse into vague and infrequent revivals. Others will constitute the permanent friend- ships that give adult life much of its vitality and meaning. I have had the privilege of working with you this past year and it has been a wonderful year for me. As you continue on your journey through life put forth earnest efforts on behalf of your country and your community. I hope that as you cross that narrow bridge you will carry with you a warm feeling toward your school, commensurate with our feelings and wishes for you. Sincerely, Dr. Lorraine J. Fox Vice Principal
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The teachings of V 3 n transmit to us the knowledge that if one imbues Torah into a child it is as if they participated in that child ' s birth. As there exists a physical birth, so, too, there exists a birth injll ' JniT spiritually. The Torah presents us with a theme for life; a guideline for all human interaction. " To love one ' s fellow man as one loves their own being. " The great Kabbalist Moshe Chaim Luz- zato comments on his Mitzvah and states " u;00 03. " Literally " as one ' s self. " That our care, interest, and concern towards our fellow man be " Exactly Equal " to our self care, interest, and con- cern. It is not simply a play on words, but rather an actuality of being. It is a state of harmony between human beings, a state where you and your chaver become one, a true blending of souls. Rav Eliyahu Dessler presents us with the key to the reality of this lifes ' theme. " nil ' 113 " the power to give. As we give of ourselves, we, too, give a part of ourself. The giver causes their personal- ity to merge and blend, to unite with his fellow man. To you, talmidin of Yavneh, I say, become D " » 3 m 3 and in doing so, you will have exercised your ability to emulate i 1 H T 1 T 3 u;i 1 n , the supreme j n 1 3 nan nn ' ?::n T3 n Ki D«L no u; n 3 3 » 7 n 3 o
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MRS. JEANNE GOLDMAN Administrative Assistant MR. YOEL LAPIDUS Comptroller MRS. JOYCE TERMEFOROOSH Secretary « • • • « « « • ••«« • « • « « ♦« • • • «•«••••• • •• EXECUTIVE BOA RD OF YA VNEH President: Alan Goldstein Executive Vice President: Gil Thompson Vice Presidents: Larry Gottlieb Joseph Kornwasser Josh Lax Itzhak Shapiro Robert Schwartz Stanley Treitel Secretary: Estelle Marshak Treasurer: Yale Harlow Associate Treas urer: Martin Bolkin Parliamentarian: Leslie Mendelsohn - OUR PTA Presidents: Rosie Silverstein Erica Klein Vice Presidents: Fran Wintner Eva Timsit Ahuva Halberstam Secretary: Ayala Naor Treasurer: Frieda Kahan
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