4 Dead in Wreck plates Â· i , Rail- ; at wreckage, rip- Â· through the a long the was Torfc when car. Â· ; sides like a ' the train ' Red . a passenger s coach said independence for Palestine v.as defeated defeated by the committee, eight to one. Tries to Stifle Speakers The Assembly president, Oswaldo Aranha. of Brazil tried to stifle both. Jamali and EI-Khouri, accusing accusing them of going far outside the discussion of the agenda in their speeches. El-Kiiouri, a stocky, white-haired man, listened placidly to Aranha, then continued to talk about the meaning of the UN charter at. the same pome where he had been interupted. Jamali spoke for ten minutes without touching on the agenda. "The problem of Palestine consists consists merely of the imposition of one people over another without that people's consent." he said. "Ail parties a^e ready to present their tier's now." he said, arguing against postponing action on Palestine. Palestine. "But. if the Assembly thinks a committee must be formed, our delegation feels th t nothing but the principles cf the Atlantic Charter Charter will settle the Palestine question." question." Aranha rapped his gavel sharply. "Please.' he said, suttermgly. "in ten minutes you haver, t spoken about the report of the general comm.ttee. This is my last appeal to the delegates to keep the a.s- cussion to the report." Jamali replied that his ten-mir.- ute d' course was "an introduction to w.u.t I am going to say ' Bu" he then spo^e only briefly, stating again that he believed the Palestine Palestine quest.on could be dealt witn now by tr.e Assembly. Sir Alexander Cadogan. British Gelec.-te ceferide-d the British propose! propose! as the *ay to Irutire ar. "impart.?.!' "impart.?.!' .".. tst-.'s-tion ar.d soljt.c.i of the Pr.;*"-'.r.e question.