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Queens, New York
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Mark Michaels Class of 1966
Mark Michaels
Class of 1966
Michele Ragona Rollo Class of 1980
Michele Ragona Rollo
Class of 1980
Arlene Orth Class of 1965
Arlene Orth
Class of 1965
Judy Bushansky Class of 1966
Judy Bushansky
Class of 1966
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1959 Martin Van Buren High School Yearbook

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1961 Martin Van Buren High School Yearbook
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Mario (Bob) Savio Class of 1960

Mario was our valedictorian and subsequently gained fame by leading the free speech riots at Berkley. Check out his extensive info on wikipedia

Julian Phillips Class of 1973

TV Newsman

Raymond Kurzweil Class of 1965

Raymond "Ray" Kurzweil (born February 12, 1948) is an American author, inventor and futurist. Aside from futurology, he is involved in fields such as optical character recognition (OCR), text-to-speech synthesis, speech recognition technology, and electronic keyboard instruments. He is the author of several books on health, artificial intelligence (AI), transhumanism, the technological singularity, and futurism. Kurzweil is generally recognized as a public advocate for the futurist and transhumanist movements, due to his stances on life extension technologies, his efforts to forecast future advances in technology, and his interest in the concept of the technological singularity. At the same time, he has attracted significant criticism from scientists and thinkers. Ray Kurzweil grew up in the New York City borough of Queens. He was born to secular Jewish parents who had escaped Austria just before the onset of World War II, and he was exposed via Unitarian Universalism to a diversity of religious faiths during his upbringing. His father was a musician and composer and his mother was a visual artist. His uncle, an engineer at Bell Labs, taught young Ray the basics of computer science. In his youth, he was an avid reader of science fiction literature. In 1963, at age fifteen, he wrote his first computer program. Later in high school he created a pattern-recognition software program that analyzed the works of classical composers, and then synthesized its own songs in similar styles. In 1965, he was invited to appear on the CBS television program I've Got a Secret, where he performed a piano piece that was composed by a computer he also had built. Later that year, he won first prize in the International Science Fair for the invention; he was also recognized by the Westinghouse Talent Search and was personally congratulated by President Lyndon B. Johnson during a White House ceremony. In 1968, during his sophomore year at MIT, Kurzweil started a company that used a computer program to match high school students with colleges. The program, called the Select College Consulting Program, was designed by him and compared thousands of different criteria about each college with questionnaire answers submitted by each student applicant. When he was 20, he sold the company to Harcourt, Brace & World for $100,000 (roughly $500,000 in 2006 dollars) plus royalties. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and Literature in 1970 from MIT.

Madeline Kahn Class of 1960

Madeline became a top Broadway and TV performer and, unfortunately, died at a young age from cancer. Check her out on Wikipedia

Illene Graf Class of 1966

TV star-Mr Belvedere. Broadway Star Grease.

Donny Deusch Class of 1975

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Class of 1960 - Francine Saitta-andrews
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Kelis Odom Class of 2004
Mary Aiello Class of 1985
Kathy Weber Class of 1977
Katey Weber Class of 1977
Ireif Rulder Class of 2015
Tiyrez Reed Class of 2015
Judith Asher Class of 1961
Mario Fernandez Class of 1982
Valerie Bassi Class of 2003
Maria Prikas
Scott Meyer Class of 1974
Michele Schmidt Class of 1984
Tanya Johnson Class of 1998
Arlene Spadaford Class of 1961
Ernest Woods Class of 1974
Harold Morgan Class of 1993
Tom Jaeger Class of 1965
Harriette Katz Class of 1965
Lauren Sivontes Class of 2004
Michelle Boodoo Class of 1992
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