t h T h e "No On My a murdered. is WSOQ NORTH SYRACUSE Wi June Â£ Hammond, lUflilration for Ut* ftubvr. ban Jewish Center's Sunday School will be Â»t 103 Well* Ei*!, North Syracuse (at the Kiddle Garten Nursery School) tomorrow from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Additional registration will b* from 3 to 4 p.m. at Jamesville Reservoir Suburban Beach, JewUh where Center tha will have its annual picnic, beginning at 11:30 a.m. Â·Â« The first cession of the Sunday School will be conducted Sept. 8 at 103 Wells Ave. East. Charles E, Bradley, acting superintendent of the North Syracuse Centra) Schools, announces new teacher orientation will be Sepl. 3, and a faculty meet ing- Sept. 4, at which general plan- ntng will be held. School opens on Sept, S ivilh full-day sessions. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beall at 114 David Drive, North Syracuse, are In charge of the in. cominr group of the North, Syracuse Community Ambassador Project. Three on the students Arabian from Kuwait Peninsula, at the head of the Persian Gulf, arrived m the area in July for a month's stay before entering Eastern engineering universities. They will spend four years in the United States. The students and their families follow: Sadeq Ahmad Abou Hamad, Mr. and Mrs, A, Obnst Of Holly Road, North Syracuse; Abdul Mohsen Wasir Elabdul Mohsen, Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Fullmer of Cynthia Drive, North Syracuse, and AJj Mohammed Al Beddah, Mr. and Mrs. Alsellin Askoy of CaTnillus. Other students coming through the A.S.P.A.U. African Scholarship Program of American Universities arrived last week and. went to thÂ« Experiment Farm Sandanona' 1 for a week. They will arrive in Syracuse tomorrow. The following students will stay with NorSi Syracuse families: L/amin Dusman Sanneh Gambia, with Mr. and Mrs. W. Anneson. He -will attend Hampton? Institute, Hampton, Va., to earn a B.A. degree in teaching, Christopher Muyangana of North Rhodesia, with Mr. end Mrs. Edgar Appelton. Christopher will attend Livmgsion College, Salisbury, N. C., seeking a B.S. degree In teaching. Stanley Mahlahla of South, Rhodesia, with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beall. He will work for his B.S. degree in teaching at State University College at New Palte. Smart Munda Kasamal of Nysaland will work for a B.S. degree in economics at Virginia Union;- Richmond, Vs., and will stay with Mr, and Mrs. Joivn Sanborn before entering college, Albert Edward M u i r of: Bechuenaland, with Mr, and Mrs. W, Curran, before entering Ithaca College, Ithaca, to etudy accounting. He is British. Miss Zarina Mnyusiwalla of Tanganyika will study for a B.S. degree in teaching at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springe. She is staying with Mr. and Mrs, John Wright. There are several other atu- rfents Who are staying with Syracuse families.