Louis Bromer graduates.
'Leaders to Be' Hear Celler at Commencement 'Courage to Sec Things Through" Cited Heforr 306 in Bov HiphCIa- Concentration and the cnuraur to "see things- U.roh&n" were cited as the foundation of a successful career bv Representative Emanuel Celler, who addressed 306 graduates of Boys High School at the annual commencement exercises of the institution held last night at the Academy of Music. Reminding the graduates of "the present difficult times that try men's souls," Congressman Celler told them that "in this history-making era of economic maelstrom we look to you to lead us out of it." 'Don't Be Like Cattle' "Don't he dumb driven cattle." he Advised. ''Maintain a balance that will help you to avoid pitfalls and give rein to intelligent initiative from which will spring courageous action." The valedictory was delivered by Joseph Brody. The salutatorian was Sidney Firestone. The Boys Hit:h School orchestra save a musical program supplementing the exercises. Alfred A. Tausk. principal of the school, announced the scholastic awards and prizes and presented the diplomas to the graduates. The awards and prizes presented were : Will in in Wright Fishrr Medal for Ex- f pllence in EnphMi --Arthur Fie in Inn. J. F. Wilson History Medal for Clinrar-tT, Service and Scholarship -Sidney Firestone. D. A. R. Medal for Excellence In American History David Grob. Union Franro-Americaine Medal for ; Excellence in French - Milton Os j Inst it lit. Franca is Medal for Excellence In French-- Abraham Savusky. I Steuben Society DeKaib Unit No 99r Oolri Medal for Excellence ;n German : Karrv Sand. American Association of Teachers of -German Award for Excellence m German ; Isidore Kticler. As For i a t inn nf Sna n ;-h Teachers of New-York Mrrial for Fxcrllmce in Sp.mi-h Three Year-- -.Insroh prod v. Pan-American Socit of Nv York Medal for Promotion of Pan-Americanism Morris Hecht. Infituto rip Ins F-ni'as fprial fnr Fv- I cellence in Spanish Club Activities Morris I Hecht. 1 E. B. PHrsnns Merial for ExreUence in I Mathematics Samuel Brn,1amin. j Meda! for Genera Excellence m Bioloey -Col BudnpfsKy. i Rensselaer Alumni Association Mrrial for Excellence in Mathematics and Science vard Malament. ! New York American Poster Contest i Medal Jacob J. Marhad. Mortal for Excellence in Scholastic ! Activities Samuel Benjamin. Medal for Excellence in Athletics , Isidorp L Frpidenthal. Co-opera1 ion - m - Government Awards Mec'pl 'ester Brook. j Diplomas j Joseph Brodv Jacob J. Marshad ! Morton H. Dorch in -Harry Sand j skv Thomas E. Walsh Walter Feldmessrr J Service Club Certificates Lester Brook. Arista Certificates Joseph Brori v. Four Year Plnqiie Thomas E. Walsh. The Graduates Th$ Ut of graduates included: Hester berg Almost Lost His Xeiv Post '. Facie Bureau. I (Mpitnl HuildinK- ' Albany, Feb 1 Former Bor- oiiL'h President Henry Hester-i bore, now a member of the ! Board of Water Supply which J Mayor LaGuardia hopes to i abolish, had a close call on Tuesday, it was learned today. If the Republicans in the Lower House had taken the dozen amendments offered by the Democrats to the Mayor's bill. LaGuardia could have scrapped the board. The amendments would have protected the Borough President s staffs and those of the county officials, but for some reason they didn't put in a safeguard for Hesterberg's board. Fortunately for Hesterberj. the Republicans refused the amendments. Why the Democrats passed the ex-Borough President by is a mystery. 'New Lois Village' Teat her Retires After 30 Years After a teaehmc career of half a century, which started in a small school in the old "villaere of New Lous" in 1883. Miss Elizabeth Heinz retired from Public School 150. and the service of New York City schools yesterday. On Jan. 29. a dinner was given to the teacher, who had given more than half her life to school work, at which the .staff of P. S. 150 and former teachers with whom she has been associated paid tribute in songs and speches. Miss Lydia Miller, former principal of the school, voiced the regret of the staff and their sense of loss at her retirement, and presented Miss Heinz with a wrist watch from the Teachers Club. Miss Heinz was appointed to the public school system in 1884 after her graduation from the Union Free School, and has taught successively in Public Schools 62. 61, 65, 76, 84 and finally 150. Former students, associates and parents of her pupils thanked her for her "devoted work" by telegram and letter. Julius Aein Frankfttn 3amue carter Saul Bade Mas C. trHJt.on f. J. Butlt David S. Baruth Gilbert BfCk Leon Brerman Max Bpnatsky 3amufl Benjamin Morton Brrenbach Mortimer Bertr Bernard Btst Sidney Brrcr Louis Bernkrant Jacob Beanf-ky Bruno Bvevino Georee Blauvrlt Sidney Blum Alvm Blumer Samuel Bntkin Benjamin Botshon Frank Boy-line Dudlev Braunrr Morron Braun--tein HTbert Breirmfln Joseph Brodv Louis Bromer Lester BrooK Michael Brount"ln Samuel Budnefky Harold Cabak Georae P. Cahill Henrv Cantor Francis Cardinale Peter Cntalonotto Ralph Cerasuolo Stanley Chall Bertram Char-up Irvine Chenven Abraham Cohen Horace Cohen Hyman Cohen Julius Cohen Leon Cohen Dana P. Concdon Raphael Dan?ker Frank Daub Stanley Dirkes Frederick Dinz Norman Pol id Paul Donnellv Morton Dorr-hinky Sidnev W. Dreeben John B. Dunlap Archie Dunn Jack Dork Bidney Edelsmi Jacob Ehrlich Herbert Eieen Abraham Enrnbcrf E. M. EiernberK Georee F. Ellis :zAIbert Epstein Morn Epstein David ErnstofT Abraham Fttmeer Samuel Fr Id in an W. D. Frldnv'sser H. E. Finkrlstrin Aniello Florentine Sidney Firestone Arthur Firming Mor imer Fisch Ravmond Onidstein E. T. Gonzokwcky William Gnrt nrr Srvmour V,. Gran Mario M. Offi Raymond Greenberg Abraham Gvenblatt J'ili!i Cirenetz David Grob rr MiE Ha ber ienrsc Harkiel amurl HaipTn Hyman Ha rns Abraham Herht Pman'Ji-1 Hrht Morns Hrc'ni Alrxandrr Hrlirr Sidney Her-hkcwitz Harold Hrrshkowi'z B, Himmeliarb Aaron A. Hoehman Jerome S, Hndes Nathaniel Hode Abraham HofTman Irving Honiberg 3ol Horowitz Sidney Houben Joseph Hardi Mollis IKions Philip Isaacson rheodore I'-rar-kv Marvin A. J;-ccb Vluriav Kartrowitz Howard H. Kunlan Lawr- nce Karmiol Leon Kas.se! Sidney Kaufman Abraham Kazdan Fred C Krrk freorrre S. Kme Sevmour Kir-ch Irvine Knwaij-ky Oscar Kraut T.ador Kr;che;v ;ky Mii'on Krnfman A. M. Knitmsn Tirinrp K'M:r Hvman Kuf lie! Albert Kwpt U Colma n Foi'd Frrd Form an Hvman M Frank P L. Frridenthal Mhx Friedman Benjamin Futrnick Abraham Ciaffin Max Garber Prter D. Gel7,mis Hobcr: Gem-on M. Ger.sheoren David Ger?oe Murray Ginijold J C. Giuliano Marcus Glass Henrv Giurkstern U- rbert Goldrirli Art hur Golriieder Mux Goldberg M(es Goldberg Miiton Goidin :-vii;e Goldman Jacic Goldstein Bernard Lamsteln Sidney L.ir.dau G D Landsman Arthur Lanner Jerome L. Lanser A. J. Lapidus Jacob Leibowitz Jack Leichtman Charles Lentnek Fdward Leos Moeps A. Lerman Danipl I. Lerner Haroid B. Les-uv Sid n- y Le enon .lark Levmp Norman Levine Saul Levins J rome Levy Saul Lewis M. A. Liccrrrio Lawrence Liebermrn Solo mor: Lirberman ?anford Li--rierman A'llham Lifchi:z Henrv C. Liotti In ine L. Littv Arthur L. Lebel Simon Lopita Hvman Lord Charles A. Lucks Paul LustiSf Edward Malament Louis Malinash Harrv Manchrr E. Mandelbaum El i r s Manrielsbei'R E. R. Manfrin Ram Manilyrh Raphael M. Mann J T. Manuppeiii Charles Marchesp Nathan Marr:owiiz Jacob L Mar-had Robert S Mr. in M-rwn My'orin Lee W. MrAvov V, V. MtE'. ov V D McNeill W. B. Merow it7 lack Mevprowit?. Francis Mnhhr.ann Thomas Mornor.e A. L. Mn-kowit7 J. A . Mokowit? S. S. Mmc?Kowski Jnsrph B Mnlevlch Nathan Mnn H rrv Nv'.rk Milton C t Irvine Par:-; "Lidnrr pstrr Tlvman Paffhin Felice A. Pppe Vincent Prrmiif N'ark I Pf hr ' Israr nai'ir:ri: Leon Picon Leon Plat to Abraham Pulver Trsse Rnchek Milton Reiner William Richardson James Rispolt James Rittnnbusch Irving Robbins Maxwell D. Roberts A I Rosenberg Frrderick Rosenberg Morris C. Rosenberg Sol M. Rosenearten Carlton H. Rosin Mitchell Rothrnan J. J, Rothstem 5in Rotkowltz Ir Jng Rubin Noah Rubinson Samuel Ruliinson Ar' hur Saq- r Bernard Sakovsky . Daniel Saltzman L. S.immartann Morris SamerofT Harry Sand Pasqule Santoro A, W. Sarokwash Abraham Savit-iky Ema iiucl Schaffer William Schafrick Paul Seller Abraham Schestopol Herbert Schlcifer Nathan Schwartj I'mnn Schwa rtz Miltnn Scknlmk Harold J Shapiro Mu rray Rh piro Darreil Shavers R'lbm Ph-rmaii Eiwm G, Rhor William Shukofsky Perrv J Silfen Isidore Sliver S Silverhart Lpoii Simon Arthur Simon-ky '. B, SSotorpfskv I'Oins Smilowitz nthonv Sochinski Torph N".. Sot sky D, J. Spano Ralph T. Soinner Morris Smtalowiiz Louis Stein Jamb Steinberg Enorh L. Stolppr D H Surpless ,'nnard Svrop R- Tijamin Tauhlleb H.trrv Teitt-ibaum ta Trenenffld E J. Turadek GTjrsfp Vida?er Pf-tFr Wabaljt.-Jeremiah Walowitz Arthur J Walh 7"hom;t' E. WaMi Richard J. Warren Irv;r.z Warhaw Sol We;:ka? Ahranam Wein r Ham- Weir.traub B D Wri Jp.rob A Wfv I S Wekselblatt iinnrv Wmrman 7 n 1 r - W i t n ITI'I"! Wolf J J. Woif nn Voian Wok Vptban WiindTlich Nathan Zair-'KM-. iTIrrl pirio W I' '?n Zip: n Mo Frer'lTa-i lsrr riaturirJ: TTUarri 7,pinox F. mom- FrrTuian 1 I ?nZip:n