Back in School;
18,000 Are Arabs
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Eighteen
thousand Arab school children in
East Jerusalem began the new
school year Monday as 200,000
Israeli youngsters all over the
country returned to classes. There
are 7,000 more children attending
school in East Jerusalem this year
than last year.
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Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: C a nto r Frederick
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of songs, "Likras Shabbos — To
Welcome the Sabbath," perform-
ed with the choir of the Central
Synagogue in New York.
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Sha Ton Gaspas United THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: "A Conversation With
E. M. Boner." Authoress Esther .00*'"" -
Broner discusses her writing with I MRS. RONALD GOLDENBERG
Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine of Birm- '
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; Beth Achim, Sharon Gaspas be- 1*
came the bride of Ronald Golden-,AL
, berg. Rabbi Benjamin Gorrelick a
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
I and Cantor Simon Bermanis offi• *
Feature: "The Coat of Many 'sated.
discussed by Prof. Mark I Parents of the couple are Mr. *
van Doren and author Maurice and Mrs. Leo Gaspas of Ramble- .„,A.
: wood Dr.. Farmington, and Mrs.
Louis Goldenberg of Hart Ave., Jr
The University of Michigan Hos- Huntington Woods, and the late *
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The watteau chapel train was
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11Irs. Paul Lansky , sister of the
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