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CLAIRE HALPERN 

Editor-in-Chief 

v ALERIE MEIER 
Art Editor 

DOROTHEA GAST 

Associate Art Editor 

MARGARET T'oLLEY 

ANNA KLATT 

Associate Editor 

ALLEN FEINSTEIN 

Business Manager 

GENEVIEVE NICHOLS 

Associate Art Editor 

Chairman of Write-ups Committee 

RICHARD RuFFINE 

Clubs Editor 

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OUR CLASS AND PEACE 
It has come. Finally, after four bitter years, peace. It seems almost 

ominous that this horrible conflict should have started with our freshmen 
admission cards and ended with our diplomas. It seems like some horrible, 
predestined nightmare whose purpose it was to show to us, the next generation 
of voters, to what end ignorance and bigotry can lead, and to impress upon 
us the need for an educated, broad-minded people to set this world back on its 
feet. Toward this reaEzation our four years of high school have advanced us. 

With the war going on, modern history was no longer just another 
subject to be passed; it was a course to be mastered so that we might, in time, 
comprehend the underlying causes that threw the world into chaos. More 
important than this, we began to think for ourselves how to prevent such a 
situation from ever arising again. 

Economics was no more only the law of diminishing returns, but the 
problem of national debt and jobs for returning servicemen and women. Even 
our physical training was revised and commando training instituted so that 
in future years a healthy, better-equipped people would solve the puzzles of 
our world . 

In addition to the prescribed curriculum, extra-curricular activities also 
sought a lasting peace as their goal. The Council of Nations was no mere 
conglomeration of students, but a group of adult-minded persons who came 
together to discuss current problems. Even the carnivals taught us: from 
them we learned teamwork. Despite the fact that every group was a unit in 
its own booth, each felt itself part of a whole, part of an organization working 
to bring Johnny home once more. That these carnivals succeeded is in itself a 
sign that we too were succeeding in our attempt to shorten the war years. 

We learned also that peace will not come of itself. We learned this by 
the penny-pinching for our war stamps each week. We learned it from the 
Patriotic Pen Club, from the DOMINOS and DOMES sent overseas, from the 
pennant selling, and spring play profits that went to the War Fund. All these 
and more. But all the time, we were sacrificing some of our pleasures, giving 
some part of ourselves so that in the end we saw the necessity of working hard 
to preserve the peace. 

Not forgetting our past, we must look to the future. We must be able 
to visualize our position, realize our responsibility and be prepared to take up 
our duties as citizens. The post-war world will not be an easy one. The prob-
lems of peace will be great, and we shall be called upon many times to prove 
our mettle. Let us then look upon high school as the training ground and Jet 
us go forward into this world, this "one world," and prove that for us the four 
years between January 1942 and January 1946, were not in vain. 

ALBERT MOSCOWITZ 



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126-18 LIBERTY A VE. RICHMOND HILL 

FASHION DRESS SHOPS 
"POPULAR PRICED FASHIONS" 

124-14 Liberty Avenue 
RICHMOND HILL, N. Y. 

Compliments of 

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LADIES and CHILDREN'S WEAR 

118-10 Liberty Avenue 
RICHMOND HILL, N. Y. 

Virginia 3-2193 

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7272 6lst Street 

Phone HE. 3-4310 

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127-27 LJBERTY AVENUE 

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"If we have not peace within ourselves, it is vain to seek it from outward 

sources. )) 

LA ROCHEFOUCAULD 


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