OSARC Newsletter - March 1998

Next Scheduled Meeting.The OSA/OSART Retirees Club will next meet on Wednesday, April 8, 1998 -- a field trip to Sleepy Hollow, New York.

March Meeting Attendees.. George Bernett, Ken Burton, Joe Cappiello, Ida Chin, William Douglas, Manny Friedman, Stanley Granat, Shirley Gray, Lorraine Gewirtz, Sheila Gorsky, Steve Gregor, George Gritzan, Paul Henry, Flora Jones, John Kobelski, Gloria D'Jaha Krant, Irving Kriendler, Marvin Lutenberg, Hank Mandel, Ralph Martinez, Carol Michaels, Jim McKeon, Dan Morgan, John Ost, Claus Reinsch, Edna Riley, Bernice Stephens, Ana Vives and Richard Walters and guest Noel Freeman.

Open Issues Resolved. First and foremost, the second ballot on the pension COLA was passed unanimously. A statement will be prepared for OSA Chair Robert Croghan's signature as our (OSARC) official position.

Next came a reminder that, in May, we would need nominations of officers for the 1998-1999 year. As you may remember, new officers are installed at the June luncheon. Dan Morgan and Shirley Gray agreed to be the Election Committee. Nominations may be made by mail or at the May meeting. We suggest that before nominating someone, you make sure they are willing to run and accept office.

Speaking of May, in case you've forgotten, this is our health issues meeting. There were several suggestions for the topic ,including someone to speak to us about new health care concepts. Shirley volunteered to look into it. Manny suggested nutrition and someone added exercise. The consensus was to get a speaker to talk about nutrition and, if possible, include exercise.

After listening to several suggestions about our April trip, the vote was for Sleepy Hollow. We have Carol Michaels to thank for getting travel details for us. All of the information appears below.

A suggestion was made by Ana Vives for OSARC to have a network that would list jobs available for seniors, and to list seniors looking for jobs with a view to matching the seniors and jobs. Everyone thought that would be a great idea. Lorraine Gewirtz suggested we call AARP for help in getting started.

Jim McKeon and Edna Riley gave the COMRO report.

Renee Bash called to say she couldn't come to the March meeting. The reason: she fell and broke her kneecap (ouch!!).

We still need volunteers with the last lunch meeting (May) and the last three mailings (April, May and June).

This Month's COMRO Report.We urge you to read it carefully and recommend that all pieces with information about the pension system be saved. The fight for a pension COLA has just begun. In future OSARC and other publications, there will be articles and statistics regarding the feasibility of a Pension COLA. We are providing you with the facts as we receive them, to help you understand what's going on. In addition to COLA there is also important information on the Medicare Commission. This is another issue that can affect you, your family and friends. Please note the warning about phony fundraising organizations.

Next Month's Newsletter will include a copy of the NYSUT (New York State United Teachers) memorandum dated February 11, 1998 and a COLA proposal by Speaker Peter F. Vallone.

Join us for Sleepy Hollow: A Walking Tour on April 8, 1998 at 9:45AM. Purchase your ticket first! Then meet us in the Metro North waiting area.

Depart: 10:20 am. Arrive: Philipsburg Manor (Sleepy Hollow) 11:12 am. Return: 4:12 pm train. Note: the train leaves Grand Central every hour, 20 minutes after every hour and leaves Sleepy Hollow every hour, 12 minutes after the hour.

Fares: Youngsters: $5.50 one way, $11 roundtrip\Seniors: $3.75 one way, $7.50 roundtrip.

Meals: Either as a group or on your own. There is a cafe and McDonald's. There are also restaurants nearby. Weather permitting, we can picnic.

For those interested, there is a trolley at a minimal cost. According to last Summer's brochure, the fee was $2. There are taxis available for trips to nearby Sunnyside, Tarrytown and Lyndhurst.

Please remember to wear comfortable shoes and wear a warm jacket since we will be on the water. You can call Bernice at the OSA office Monday and Tuesday, April 6 and 7, if you have questions.

April Birthdays. Joseph Alvarez, Jacqueline Henderson, Florence Applestein, Mary Jennings, James Arangio, Susan Jessen, Morton Ash, Gloria Jimenez, Jewel Bachrach, Amy Kahn, Robert Backes, Beverly Mandel, Beatrice Barr, John Maniscalco, Ruth Bell, Peter Mastropolo, Benedict Bonino, Thomas McGann, James Breininger, James Meyer, Irviang Brickman, Joseph Mickens, Joseph Buster, Paula Miller, Peter Costa, Barbara Mont, Joaquin Grey Davila, Robert Noble, Edwin Douglass, Julia Quagliano/Lynn, Walter Dugan, Jane Robinson, Gloria Erardy, Therese Sbano, Carmen Flores, Janice Smith, Stanley Gersten, Fred Steinberg, Lorraine Gewirtz, Cele Stolzenberg, Edward Gilligan, Ruben Sutton, Pedro Gonzalez, Arthur Thomsen, Marion Harnik, Howard Tirsun, Ben Heller, Barbara Toussant.

OSARC Members.Clifford Allen, Joseph Alvarez, Marsha Ambrose, Paul Anderson, Jean Anmuth, Hanacho Atako, Jewel Bachrach, Robert Backes, Don Baharav, Malkit Baines, Mary Barlow, Ted Barra, Renee Bash, Barbara Batts, Charles Beckinella, Judith Beiss, Ruth Bell, Diana Benitez, Marilyn Bernard, George Bernett, Adona Blake, Helen Blecher, Elizabeth Borden, Anthony Brancale, Herb Brandwein, Irving Brickman, Veronica Bright, Yvonne Broughton, Angella Brown, Herbert Brown, Rosemary Brown, James Bucchino, William Burgess, Theresa Burke, Kenneth Burton, Patricia Burton, Joseph Buster, Eugene Calvert, Joseph Cappiello, Burton Carlin, Phyllis Carr, Janice Cerra, John Clark, Josephine Clark, Joyce Cleary, Allen Coats, George Cohen, James Corleto, Hannibal Coscia, Peter Costa, George Costantino, Stanley Cutchins, Elizabeth D'Aversa, Marilyn Daitsman, Dolores Daniels, Ralph Delise, John Dellecave, Rochelle DiCristofalo, Vincent DiGesu, Anthony DiLeonardo, Gloria D'Jaha, Sheila Donohue, William A. Douglas, Ed Douglass, Carla Drije, James Duffield, Arthur Duffy, Walter Dugan, Martina Elam, May Engler, Gloria Erardy, Linda Erickson, Camille Fatto, William Fellows, Harold Fowler, Branda Fox, Beverly Freierman, Manny Friedman, Ella Gales, Daphney Garrison, Stanley Gersten, Lorraine Gewirtz, Mary Geraldi, Myrna Gonzalez, Pedro Gonzalez, Joan Gordon, Sheila Gorsky, Stanley Granat, Stephen Gregor, Ira Greinsky, Gilbert Grennie, Joel Grill, George Gritzan, Marcia Grossberg, Martin Grower, Richard Guarino, Frank Gulino, Tilak Gupta, Emmanuel Gyapong, Claire Hall, Robert Hansen, Frances Hapaz, Marion Harnik, Donald Hartnett, John Hastey, Jacqueline Henderson, Paul Henry, Solomon Himelfarb, Maria Ibanez, Haydee Inclan, Evelyn Jackson, Pearl Jackson, Mary Jennings, Gloria Jimenez, Christine Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson, Robert Johnson, Roslyn Jones, Hal Jorgensen, Melvin KalmanowitzJohn Kobelski, Marian Konstan, Henry Korobelnik, Jean Krampner, Irving Kreindler, Richard Kucera, Adele Kwaw, Rita Langer, Judith Layzer, Joel Leichter, Andrew Lewis, Charles Lieberman, Dr. Joyce Lichenstein, William Linhart, Virginia Locco, Leopold Loher, Eileen Lovett, Flora Lucchese, Marvin Lutenberg, Rose Maconi, Henry Mandel, Lucretia Marcigliano, Angela Marino, Donald Marshall, Raplph Martinez, Dorothy Mason, Peter Mastropolo, Weltha McCant, Thomas McGann, Camilla McGuire, James McKeon, Velma McLaughlin, Margarita Mercado, Brenda Mereu, James Meyer, Carol Michaels, Joseph Mickens, John Milat, Dr. Helen Mitchell, Barbara Mont, Charles Montalbano, Dan Morgan, Susan Mullgrav, Mary Murphy, Michael Murphy, John Nash, Jack Niznick, Catherine O'Connell, John O'Fee, Thomas Ogden, Sheldon Oliff, Murray Olsen, Henry Opad, John Ost, Larry Pappert, Anita Payne, Carol Payne, Delores Peloso, Sara Perry, Anthony Pettolina, Mary Ellen Phifer, Jack Pilchman, Arlene Pitt, Pauline Pon, Alma Pugliese, Mimi Raimondi, Carl Reinisch, Jack Reubens, Ray Riccio, Dolores Rice, Dolores Richards, Edna Riley, Gwendolyn Riley, Donald Ross, Norman Roth, Anna Rudbarg, Ed Ruettiger, Ruby Sapp, Marc Sawyer, Theresa Sbano, David Schapiro, Elaine Schirmer, Ina Schwartz, Solomon Schwartz, Peter Schweitzer, Ida Sessa, Anita Shleifstein, Edna Sieber, Sheila Silver, Lois Sims, Ina Sinclair, Milton Sirota, Catherine Slade, Edward Smith, Charlotte Spiegel, Janette Springle, Fred Steinberg, Cele Stolzenberg, Penelope Stubbs, Thomas Tallarico, Tuly Tanenbaum, Kirsten Telemaque, Arthur Thomsen, Nora Tinsley, Edward Tischler, John Toman, Roberta Van Laven, Ana Vives, Vida Wagner, Richard Walters, Herbert Wasserman, Alyce White, Grace White, Margaret Williams, Kay Wilson, Frances Witt, Geraldine Wooden, Simeon Wright, Bernard Ye.



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OSARC Newsletter - February 1998

WELCOME TO ALL NEW RETIREES!

Next Scheduled Meeting. Wednesday, March 11, 1998 at NOON at the OSA office, 220 East 23rd Street, NYC, Suite 709. In addition to further discussion on COLA issues, the second required vote on the COLA motion currently on the floor will be taken.

February Meeting attendees. Jean Anmuth, Don Baharav, Renee Bash, Marilyn Bernard, Angella Brown, Ida Chin, William Douglass, Bill Fellows, Manny Friedman, Beverly Freierman, Stanley Granat, Shirley Gray, Lorraine Gewirtz, Steve Gregor, Richard Guarino, Paul Henry, Flora Jones, Roslyn Jones, John Kobelski, Jean Krampner, Irving Kriendler, Joel Leichter, Marvin Lutenberg, Hank Mandel, Jim McKeon, Dan Morgan, John Ost, Ray Riccio, Edna Riley, Elaine Schirmer, Janette Springle, Bernice Stephens and Ana Vives.

Guest speaker. Our guest speaker was Stuart Leibowitz, whom we know from SSEU Local 371, the Council of Jewish Organizations, the DC 37 Retirees Club, COMRO (Committee of Retiree Organizations), and as a former Collective Bargaining Negotiator. Stu (We know him too well to call him Mr. Leibowitz) very graciously agreed to be guest speaker when our planned speaker from Public Advocate Mark Green's office was unable to be with us.

Stu spoke at length about the various COLA proposals and why we want a CPI (Consumer Price Index) COLA as opposed to the Performance COLA (based on market performance) advocated by State Comptroller Carl McCall. Our members asked a lot of questions about the various proposals, including the COLA advocated by Herbert Bauch of CSREA (Bauch advocates a COLA similar to the Variable Supplement received by the uniformed services).

The approval process for a pension COLA was also explained. A COLA must be approved in Albany by the Governor, State Senate and State Assembly. In addition to these approvals, there is also a requirement that any New York City benefits improvements must have the City Council's and Mayor's approval. Stu advised us that a letter is going to the Mayor from Stanley Hill requesting a meeting to discuss pension improvements.

At the end of the question and answer period, a motion was made by Jim McKeon and seconded that OSARC supports a permanent COLA based on the CPI and that we ask our parent organization, OSA, to present this position with OSA's support to COMRO. The motion carried with one abstention and one against.

In accordance with the OSA by-laws, the motion must again be made and carried at a second OSARC meeting before it can be presented to OSA.

This'n That. Last month we thanked the volunteers who helped us prepare, serve and clean up after our luncheon. We forgot to thank the volunteers who came in and helped us get the Newsletter out. Thanks to Manny, Shirley, Steve Gregor, Paul Henry, John Ost, Jean Anmuth and a guest, Aleida Maldonado, who is not a retiree, but joined in anyhow.

In Memorium. We note with regret the passing of Gordon Roberts on January 29, 1998.

Be Careful Retirees. Paula Miller asked us to warn our retirees about polite, helpful strangers at bus stops. A polite, helpful stranger assisted her recently and made off with her wallet.

HIP Co-Payment. We finally learned the story behind the HIP co-payment for retirees age 65 and older. It was an uncontested "give- back" during negotiations. It seems we retirees must be ever vigilant.

Let's Do Lunch.Thanks again to the Luncheon Committee, including Angella Brown.

March Happy Birthdays. Paul Anderson, Ricardo Barthelemy, Barbara Batts, George Bernett, Helen Blecher, Victor Boyle, Yvonne Broughton, Phyllis Carr, Steven Chenenky, Allen Coates, Dolores Daniels, Carla Drije, Esther Fowler, Brett Greeley, George Gritzan, Martin Grower, Nancy Hellman, Barbara Hurst, Samuel Kowalsky, Irving Kriendler, Rita Langer, Joyce Lichenstein,PH.D, Flora Lucchese, Ralph Martinez, Patricia McGhee, Camilla McGuire, James McKeon, Brenda Mereu, Mohamed Moussa, John Ost, Robert Petrocelli, Laura Reisman, Dolores Richards, Stacey Rindler, Ed Ruettiger, Charlotte Spiegel, Milton Spradley, Ana Vives, Jim Willis.

The Talent Show. Finally, we come to the highlight of the February meeting. It was great! Everyone enjoyed the entertainment. Marilyn Bernard read a humorous essay by George S. Kaufman which Marilyn dedicated to her mother. The piece was titled "Annoy Kaufman, Inc." Ida Chin charmed us with two folk songs from her homeland, Burma. Marvin Lutenberg read us a poem that he wrote and dedicated to (who else!) Katie. Steve Gregor who, in addition to being a retiree, is one of OSA's volunteer grievance reps, read a monologue titled "A Thousand Clowns." Paul Henry played Bach on his violin. Guitarist-singer Bill Douglas completed the show with his own rendition of "Itsy Bitsy Spider" and "You Are The Sunshine of My Life."

OSARC Members. Clifford Allen, Joseph Alvarez, Marsha Ambrose, Paul Anderson, Jean Anmuth, Hanacho Atako, Jewel Bachrach, Robert Backes, Don Baharav, Malkit Baines, Mary Barlow, Ted Barra, Renee Bash, Barbara Batts, Charles Beckinella, Judith Beiss, Ruth Bell, Diana Benitez, Marilyn Bernard, George Bernett, Adona Blake, Helen Blecher, Elizabeth Borden, Anthony Brancale, Herb Brandwein, Irving Brickman, Veronica Bright, Yvonne Broughton, Angella Brown, Herbert Brown, Rosemary Brown, James Bucchino, William Burgess, Theresa Burke, Kenneth Burton, Patricia Burton, Joseph Buster, Eugene Calvert, Joseph Cappiello, Burton Carlin, Phyllis Carr, Janice Cerra, John Clark, Josephine Clark, Joyce Cleary, George Cohen, James Corleto, Hannibal Coscia, Peter Costa, George Costantino, Stanley Cutchins, Elizabeth D∆Aversa, Marilyn Daitsman, Dolores Daniels, Ralph Delise, John Dellecave, Rochelle DiCristofalo, Vincent DiGesu, Anthony DiLeonardo, Gloria D∆Jaha, Sheila Donohue, William A. Douglas, Ed Douglass, Carla Drije, James Duffield, Arthur Duffy, Walter Dugan, Martina Elam, May Engler, Gloria Erardy, Linda Erickson, Camille Fatto, William Fellows, Harold Fowler, Branda Fox, Beverly Freierman, Ella Gales, Daphney Garrison, Stanley Gersten, Lorraine Gewirtz, Myrna Gonzalez, Pedro Gonzalez, Joan Gordon, Sheila Gorsky, Stanley Granat, Stephen Gregor, Ira Greinsky, Gilbert Grennie, George Gritzan, Marcia Grossberg, Martin Grower, Richard Guarino, Frank Gulino, Tilak Gupta, Emmanuel Gyapong, Claire Hall, Robert Hansen, Frances Hapaz, Marion Harnik, Donald Hartnett, John Hastey, Jacqueline Henderson, Paul Henry, Solomon Himelfarb, Maria Ibanez, Haydee Inclan, Evelyn Jackson, Pearl Jackson, Mary Jennings, Gloria Jimenez, Christine Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson, Robert Johnson, Roslyn Jones, John Kobelski, Marian Konstan, Henry Korobelnik, Jean Krampner, Irving Kreindler, Richard Kucera, Adele Kwaw, Judith Layzer, Joel Leichter, Andrew Lewis, Dr. Joyce Lichenstein, William Linhart, Virginia Locco, Leopold Loher, Eileen Lovett, Flora Lucchese, Marvin Lutenberg, Rose Maconi, Henry Mandel, Lucretia Marcigliano, Angela Marino, Donald Marshall, Raplph Martinez, Dorothy Mason, Peter Mastropolo, Weltha McCant, Thomas McGann, Camilla McGuire, James McKeon, Velma McLaughlin, Margarita Mercado, Brenda Mereu, James Meyer, Carol Michaels, Joseph Mickens, John Milat, Dr. Helen Mitchell, Barbara Mont, Charles Montalbano, Dan Morgan, Susan Mullgrav, Mary Murphy, Michael Murphy, John Nash, Jack Niznick, Catherine O∆Connell, John O∆Fee, Thomas Ogden, Sheldon Oliff, Murray Olsen, Henry Opad, John Ost, Larry Pappert, Carol Payne, Delores Peloso, Sara Perry, Anthony Pettolina, Mary Ellen Phifer, Jack Pilchman, Arlene Pitt, Pauline Pon, Alma Pugliese, Mimi Raimondi, Carl Reinisch, Jack Reubens, Ray Riccio, Dolores Rice, Edna Riley, Gwendolyn Riley, Donald Ross, Norman Roth, Anna Rudbarg, Ed Ruettiger, Ruby Sapp, Marc Sawyer, Theresa Sbano, David Schapiro, Elaine Schirmer, Ina Schwartz, Solomon Schwartz, Peter Schweitzer, Ida Sessa, Anita Shleifstein, Edna Sieber, Sheila Silver, Lois Sims, Ina Sinclair, Milton Sirota, Catherine Slade, Edward Smith, Charlotte Spiegel, Janette Springle, Fred Steinberg, Penelope Stubbs, Thomas Tallarico, July Tanenbaum, Kirsten Telemaque, Arthur Thomsen, Nora Tinsley, Edward Tischler, John Toman, Roberta Van Laven, Ana Vives, Vida Wagner, Richard Walters, Herbert Wasserman, Alyce White, Grace White, Margaret Williams, Kay Wilson, Frances Witt, Geraldine Wooden, Simeon Wright, Bernard Yen.




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OSARC Newsletter - January 1998

WELCOME TO ALL NEW RETIREES!

Next scheduled meeting. The OSA/OSART Retirees Club will meet at 12 noon on February 11, the second Wednesday of the month, at the OSA Office at 220 East 23rd Street, Suite 709.

January meeting attendees. Jean Anmuth, Don Baharav, Renee Bash, George Bernett, Elizabeth Borden, Ken Burton, Ida Chin, Rochelle DiCristofalo, Gloria D'Jaha Krant, William Douglass, Arthur Duffy, Manny Friedman, Beverly Freierman, Stanley Granat, Shirley Gray, Richard Guarino, Paul Henry, John Kobelski, Marvin Lutenberg, Hank Mandel, Jim McKeon, Edna Riley, Bernice Stephens, Ana Vives, Dorothy Wadsley, and Richard Walters.

January meeting guests. Joan Doheny (Jean Anmuth) and William Perry (Shirley Gray).

Special guest. Jong-kil Park, Senior Secretary to the National Labor Relations Committee of the Ministry of Labor in Seoul, Korea was our special guest. Mr. Park is here on a Work Study Program and wanted to see first hand how Labor Unions operate in this country. He is spending two weeks with OSA attending meetings with our Chairman, Bob Croghan and other meetings with various OSA Representatives as they go about their duties.

Guest speakers. Wilfredo Lopez, Senior Inspector, Department of Consumer Affairs, New York City, shared with us some of the Consumer Affairs successes and problems. He answered numerous questions from OSARC and gave us some sage consumer advice.

Mr. Lopez reminds us not to be fooled by those Rapid Refund tax return ads (they are high interest loans). Another area Mr. Lopez warned us about was buying appliances from some of the many small electronics stores. Unscrupulous dealers will sell refurbished (used) goods as new goods. Ways in which the consumer can be alert are to look for the "R" on the back of tv's, vcr's, etc., or what he called "skinning" on the packaging. For the uninformed, "skinning" is taking the "R" for refurbished off the carton.

Mr. Lopez left many pamphlets about consumerism. Some of the titles were:

"How To Get The Help You Need As A Consumer" "Tel-Consumer Tel-Law" (Telephone access to legal and consumer information) "Guide To The Small Claims Court"

Anyone interested in obtaining these pamphlets can call Bernice at the office Tuesday through Thursday. These pamphlets will be available through February.

COMRO report. Edna Riley, Jim McKeon and Richard Guarino, our COMRO Reps, tell us that COMRO is currently trying to meet with City and State officials to discuss its position on the permanent COLA. The Chairman's report enclosed in this mailing mentions this along with information on the Kyl-Archer Bill on Medicare. We recommend that you read this report very carefully.

An interview with Jong-Kil Park. I had the opportunity to ask our guest, Jong-Kil Park some questions about the differences in the Civil Service system in Korea and New York City. Mr. Park, is the Senior Secretary to the National Labor Relations Committee of the Ministry of Labor of the Republic of Korea. Civil Servants in Korea cannot organize or join a union. Currently, there are proposals to permit unionism in the public sector.

The differences that we were able to discuss were surprising. The major difference was that Civil Service in Seoul has only nine (!) levels. Levels one through five are managerial with one being the highest. Levels six through nine are all non managerial. In the non managerial classes they can hire or promote and create new positions. In the managerial class, new appointments are made only when there is a vacancy. Promotions are usually made internally but they can go "outside" for a candidate.

Mr. Park had several questions for me about our governmental hierarchy. It was hard for him to conceive of our complex, multi-level convoluted system. He would ask "how many directors does a program have?" I would then try and explain that depending on the Agency and the complexity of the particular program, there could be many directors, deputy directors, etc.

Time did not allow us to explore further our differences but what I did learn was quite interesting.

January Birthdays. Marsha Ambrose, Jean Anmuth, Henry Armendinger, Judith Beiss, Lois Blane, William Burgess, Janice Cerra, Anthony DiLeonardo, Gloria Djaha, James Duffield, Minna Dunn, Sheila Gorsky, Emanuel Gyapong, Joan Henry, David Houser, Flora Jones, Harry Lee, Leopold Loher, John McGreen, Susan Mullgrav, Catherine O'Connell, Thomas Ogden, Anita Payne, Alma Pugliese, Barbara Rodriguez, Wilma Shiffman, Edward Smith, Erich Werner, Naomi Wurzburger.

Coming Up. Our next OSARC meeting will be Wednesday, February 11, 1998. The February meeting will include a discussion of the Pension COLA issues and a guest speaker from the office of Mark Green, Public Advocate and NYCERS Pension Fund Trustee. He will give us an overview of the pension fund and answer some of our questions. We will hopefully be able after this to develop the official OSA/OSARC position on the pension COLA.

Immediately following the meeting will be a new experience, the OSARC talent show. We have included a flyer with information on participating in the Talent Show in this mailing. (It's not too late to sign up.)

OSARC members. Clifford Allen, Joseph Alvarez, Marsha Ambrose, Paul Anderson, Jean Anmuth, Hanacho Atako, Jewel Bachrach, Robert Backes, Don Baharav, Malkit Baines, Mary Barlow, Ted Barra, Barbara Batts, Charles Beckinella, Judith Beiss, Ruth Bell, Diana Benitez, Marily Bernard, George Bernett, Adona Blake, Helen Blecher, Elizabeth Borden, Anthony Brancale, Herb Brandwein, Irving Brickman, Veronica Bright, Yvonne Broughton, Herbert Brown, Rosemary Brown, James Bucchino, William Burgess, Theresa Burke, Kenneth Burton, Patricia Burton, Joseph Buster, Eugene Calvert, Joseph Cappiello, Burton Carlin, Phyllis Carr, Janice Cerra, John Clark, Josephine Clark, Joyce Cleary, George Cohen, James Corleto, Hannibal Coscia, Peter Costa, George Costantino, Stanley Cutchins, Elizabeth D'Aversa, Marilyn Daitsman, Dolores Daniels, Ralph Delise, John Dellecave, Rochell DiCristofalo, Vincent DiGesu, Anthony DiLeonardo, Gloria D'Jaha, Sheila Donohue, William A. Douglas, Ed Douglass, Carla Drije, James Duffield, Arthur Duffy, Walter Dugan, Martina Elam, May Engler, Gloria Erardy, Linda Erickson, Camille Fatto, William Fellows, Harold Fowler, Branda Fox, Bev Freierman, Ella Gales, Daphney Garrison, Stanley Gersten, Myrna Gonzalez, Pedro Gonzalez, Joan Gordon, Sheila Gorsky, Stephen Gregor, Ira Greinsky, Gilbert Grennie, George Gritzan, Marcia Grossberg, Martin Grower, Richard Guarino, Frank Gulino, Tilak Gupta, Claire Hall, Robert Hansen, Frances Hapaz, Marion Harnik, Donald Hartnett, John Hastey, Jacquel. Henderson, Paul Henry, Solomon Himelfarb, Maria Ibanez, Haydee Inclan, Evelyn Jackson , Pearl Jackson, Mary Jennings, Gloria Jimenez, Christine Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson, Robert Johnson, Roslyn Jones, John Kobelski, Marian Konstan, Henry Korobelnik, Irving Kreindler, Richard Kucera, Adele Kwaw, Judith Layzer, Joel Leichter, Andrew Lewis, Dr.Joyce Liechenstein, William Linhart, Virginia Locco, Leopold Loher, Eileen Lovett, Flora Lucchese, Rose Maconi, Henry Mandel, Lucretia Marcigliano, Angela Marino, Donald Marshall, Ralph Martinez, Dorothy Mason, Peter Mastropolo, Weltha McCant, Thomas McGann, Camilla McGuire, Jim McKeon, Velma McLaughlin, Margarita Mercado, Brenda Mereu, James Meyer, Carol Michaels, Joseph Mickens, John Milat, Dr Helen Mitchell, Barbara Mont, Charles Montalbano, Dan Morgan, Susan Mullgrav, Mary Murphy, Michael Murphy, John Nash, Jack Niznick, Catherine O'Connell, John O'Fee, Thomas Ogden, Sheldon Oliff, Murray Olsen, Henry Opad, Larry Pappert, Carol Payne, Delores Peloso, Sara Perry, Anthony Pettolina, Mary Ellen Phifer, Jack Pilchman, Arlene Pitt, Pauline Pon, Alma Pugliese, Mimi Raimondi, Jack Reubens, Ray Riccio, Dolores Rice, Edna Riley, Gwendolyn Riley, Donald Ross, Norman Roth, Anna Rudbarg, Ed Ruettiger, Ruby Sapp, Marc Sawyer, Theresa Sbano, David Schapiro, Elaine Schirmer, Ina Schwartz, Solomon Schwartz, Peter Schweitzer, Ida Sessa, Anita Shleifstein, Edna Sieber, Sheila Silver, Lois Sims, Ina Sinclair, Milton Sirota, Catherine Slade, Edward Smith, Charlotte Spiegel, Jeanette Springle, Fred Steinberg, Penelope Stubbs, Thomas Tallarico, Tuly Tanenbaum, Kirsten Telemaque, Arthur Thomsen, Nora Tinsley, Edward Tischler, John Toman, Roberta Van Laven, Ana Vives, Vida Wagner, Richard Walters, Herbert Wasserman, Alyce White, Grace White, Margaret Williams, Kay Wilson, Francis Witt, Geraldine Wooden, Simeon Wright, Bernard Yen




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