Daily News from New York, New York on April 6, 1948 · 162
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C4 f 00 Syrian Leader Blasts Jews Witti French 75s By ROBERT CONWAY (Staff Correspondent ml Tha New) Jerusalem, April 5. Fawzi Bey el Kaukji, field commander of Syrian troops in Palestine, today blasted the Jewish colony of Mishmar Haemek with French 75s. Apparently he has abandoned the idea of storming the defenders who have withstood five waves of Arab attacks in 24 hours. The Arabs claim their artillery inflicted great damage. Ilapana reported that 40 of Fawzi Bey's troops were killed r.nd 70 wountled in the first Arab attacks. Jewish casualties were (riven as six wounded and two women and one child killed. Hare 23-Pounders, Too. The British found an unexploded 25-pounder shell, indicating the Arabs have British 25-pounders also. Many American Jews from the neighboring settlement of Ein Haahoset have gone to reinforce Mishmar Haemek, which is near the biblical site of Armageddon, which the Book of Revelations predicts will he the scene of the last battle before the end of the World. Fawzi Bey' attacking force at Mishmar Ilaemek is estimated at from 1,500 to 2,000 crack troops from his command of 6,000 to 7,000 Syrians, Iraqi and Lebanese troops which the British admit have illegally taken possession of Samaria in northern Palestine. Killed 23 Arabs. Jewish Hagnna forces early this morn tag attacked Arab military headquarters near Tel Aviv, killing 2" Arabs and wounding 18. They blew up a number of buildings of the Sarafand College where Hassan Bey Salamen, commander of Arab Palestinian forces at Tel Aviv. Jaffa and Lydda, had established himself after British army evacuation of that site recently. The attack on Mishmar Haemek VeKan at 5 P. M. yesterday when Jawzi Bey personally led a large' imam r- f V J C.h'N, .e 1 HA5H0ST.T 1 r v MSTEU O JUtBAUM Slaying of Priest lps Italy Pro-Poll Tension (NEWS Map by SI aft Artiat) Arab artillery blasted the Jewish settlement at Mishmar Haemek (A) reinforce J by American Jew from Ein Hashoset ( B). Earlier, Jew had attacked Arab headquarters at Ramie (C). force in his initial big scale action "to drive the Jews into the sea." The assault achieved initial sur prise on the colony which normally has about 700 inhabitants, mostly young men and women students in the left wing Labor Party's indus trial school. Leyte Up for Repair The 27,000-ton aiftraft carrier Leyte, back from a Mediterranean cruise, yesterday entered Naval Shipyard. Brooklyn, for three months of overhauling. DACOLITE FLASHLIGHT no BATTiKiti miDta (mi MaM'-Caaarafiaf trmcislt TYPI A 4 1 98 UV EW U. S. SIR PL IS LTILITY IIOXES MADE TO GOV'T SPECIFICATIONS COOO fOf TOOLS FISHING CAMflAS IADIOS LUNCHES MONET fAfEIS at. 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The Sardinian priest was entering the chapel of his little church in the village of Lei. near Luro in the Northeastern area, when he was thrown to the ground and stabbed in the back. Though police ascribed the crime to Reds, no arrests have been made. Isolated clashes between Reds and Rightists were reported from Tillages in the vicinity of Milan and Trieste. Police on Alert. Special precautions for the whole of Lombardy were adopted at a meeting of police in Milan today. In his final pre-election cabinet meeting Wednesday, Premier Al-cide de Gasperi will adopt last-minute precautionary police measures to insure order at the polls on April 18. WHEN YOU BUY THE ONE AND ONLY mm MADE BY GENERAL MOTORS AT 23 FRIGIDMRB STORES ( PM ft0 J I than aver before in the tame I kitchen space I 1 H --l .( u ,Uk- 23 Davega Sfores Have Already Sold 10,000,000 Worth of Frigidaires! WJian yoa buy Tt'ig'dt'tfs at Dv9 yo hva ttta uurtnea l ittisfcciioe that two grtat nmi cts glv you. 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