Daily Independent Journal from San Rafael, California on November 14, 1972 · Page 2
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HUNTING SEASON OPENS NOV. 1 8! SCANDINAVIAN OtSIGMS 2 jlnrtrprnfant-flmtrnal. Tuesday, November 14, 1972 Call For Action Against Israel Execution Of Jews Is Called A Lie tim of religious and political strife in Northern Ireland and the third man to die in 24 hours. In other violence, bombers cut the main railway line between Belfast and Dublin and a bomb exploded in the Roman Catholic district of Falls Road. The soldier was Pvt. Stanley Evan, 19, hit in the head Monday night by a sniper’s bullet while he and a patrol commander were standing in a front room of a house talking to its inhabitants. By U P. INTERNATIONAL UNITED NATIONS (UPI) - The extermination of six million Jews on orders of Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler was “a big lie” concocted by Jews who are still “very much alive” in the United States and Israel, a Palestinian Arab told the United Nations Monday. Issa Nakhleh, head of the so- called “Palestine Arab delegation,” addressed the General Assembly’s special political committee, currently in the middle of its annual debate on Palestine Arab refugees. The allegation by Nakhleh drew swift condemnation from Israeli delegate Jacob Doron, who termed the Palestine Arab delegation “another name for the Arab higher command headed by the notorious ex- mufti of Jerusalem who has a record of terrorism and murder going back 50 years.” Nakhleh, whose delegation does not have a standing with the United Nations outside of its annual appearance before the political committee, also charged that Jew’s had financed and cooperated with Hitler before he came to power in 1933. Nakhleh said the Jews had “invented the big lie of the extermination of six million Jews in Europe” who were “still very much alive in the United States and in Palestine (Israel).” He added, “Jews used this big lie of the six million to blackmail Germany for more than $18 billion as compensation. “The w’orld Jewish propaganda machine keeps reminding the Gentiles of their responsibility for the alleged extermination of the six million Jews and suppresses the truth which was published in several Jewish periodicals that Hitler was a Jew’,” Nakhleh added. and new American military planes to try to bring undue pressure on Egypt. In Beirut where the Lebanese army has taken over internal security of the country thousands of workers held a token one-day strike today to protest the weekend killing of a man and a woman in a clash between police and strikers at a biscuit factory. Most factories were at a standstill but private shops remained open. The general strike was called by the General Labor Federation “not as a political gesture but in protest and in mourning for those killed,” Federation leader Gabriel Kouri said. Labor sources said today’s general strike covered most of Lebanon with more than 150,000 workers staying away from their jobs. The Arab Ministers conference Wednesday in Kuwait will open with the presentation of a 2,000-page report prepared by the Arab League secretariat under Secretary-General Mahmoud Riad. After speeches from Riad, the Moroccan foreign minister, and the Kuwaiti delegate, the ministers will meet in private to discuss how each country can contribute to the Arab confrontation with Israel. Arab diplomatic sources have said if the meeting is successful in producing a common front, it may lead to an Arab summit to endorse a unified plan. Kuwaiti Interior and Defense Minister Sheikh Saed Al-Abdallah told Arab foreign and defense ministers today that it is “high time” they united their efforts and agreed on common action against Israel “and whoever supports it.” Sheikh Saed spoke at a news conference in Kuwait as the Arab ministers from 10 nations flew into Kuwait for a conference opening Wednesday. “It is high time the Arab nation united its efforts and agreed on common action against the Israeli enemy and whoever supports it, especially after the continued attacks on Lebanon and Syria,” he said. “We must regard these Israeli attacks as a warning from the Zionist enemy to all Arab states, without exception.” While the Arabs gathered in Kuwait to study anti-Israeli strategy. Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Dayan scheduled a meeting with Secretary of State William P. Rogers today for “a general exchange of views on the Middle East.” Rogers was expected to tell Dayan that the administration plans some renewed efforts to get the two sides in the Middle East talking to each other after the current session of the U. N. General Assembly. It also was understood the Secretary of State intended to tell Dayan that the United States would be unhappy if Israel took advantage of the Soviet withdrawal from Egypt 54 Storm Deaths By U. P. INTERNATIONAL The first European winter storm abated today after slicing viciously tvrough six countries in a rampage that flooded thousands of homes, snarled sea and land communications and killed more than 50 persons. The main impact of the storm struck both East and West Germany, Britain, Ireland, the Netherlands, Belgium and France. At least 54 persons in the six countries were killed in weather-related accidents yesterday, police said, while scores of others were injured by flying debris propelled in some places by winds as high as 135 miles an hour. Land In Sierras Donated To UC 4 LITTLE LATE, BUT It’s good news for skiers in the Lake Tahoe region. Ski resorts are being opened as heavy snow arrives early. Snow’ began falling in the Tahoe basin yesterday morning and by nightfall, chains were required as motorists tried to leave the area via Highway 50. Traveler s warnings are out through tonight due to blowing and drifting snow. (UPI Telephoto) BERKELEY (UPI) -The University of California has been given 136 acres of Sierra land in the Mammoth Lakes area for use by professors and students. The property is valued at $500,000. The land was donated by Mrs. Carol L. Valentine, Santa Barbara, daughter of the late Roger D. Lapham, who was mayor of San Francisco from 1944 to 1948. She is the widow of department store president Edward R. Valentine. file university said Monday it was seeking natural preserves throughout the state to be used by specialists in geology, paleontology, archaeology, botany, zoology, geography, public health and engineering. U.S. Bombers Hit Big Supply Depot u)£#/, any ûorfrgjfr oscUr, —- (&¿a¿cúfu¿',pe/i5orui/¿z<u¡lf fyifiStmaß cards vuzd&fro/ip yoùir colór po/fyaär, DAVID PETERS PHOTOírRAPWy 1214 2NP ST, SAW RAFAEL 453-2776 SAIGON (UPI) -U.S. B52s raided a supply depot 125 miles south of Hanoi late Monday and today in the deepest raids into North Vietnam by the big bombers in nearly seven months. The U.S. Command reported 508 fighter-bomber strikes in North and South Vietnam Monday, 220 of them in the North where they blew up a locomotive and seven railroad cars near Vinh. South Vietnamese troops moved back into a Communist- held Central Highlands outpost near Kontum today after withdrawing Monday. Field reports said the soldiers found the bodies of 53 Communist troops killed by the supporting U.S. B52 bombers. Seventy-nine South Vietnamese soldiers reported missing in the attack were accounted for later. South Vietnamese casualties were listed as five killed and 15 wounded. The fighting at the outpost was the latest in a fresh surge of activity in the Central Highlands. North Vietnamese forces, af­ ter capturing tw’O South Vietnamese ranger camps along the Cambodian border last month, had been relatively inactive. But military observers said the North Vietnamese were bringing tons of war materiel dowrn the Ho Chi Minh trail for another big push. On Sunday, a South Vietnamese military convoy pushed up Highway 14 from Pleiku 230 miles north of Saigon to Kon­ tum 30 miles further north. It was the third such convoy in a month to make the run, it was followed that same afternoon by a battle between a South Vietnamese road-clearing force in which 50 North Vietnamese were reported killed. The latest raids by the B52s’ were the Stratofortresses’ deepest penetration of North Vietnam since April 25, when they bombed Thanh Hoa, 83 miles south of Hanoi. Smaller U.S. fighter-bombers flew 220 sorties (a sortie is one mission by one plane) in the 24 hours ending at 5 p.m. on Monday, the U.S. command said. Restaurant Robbed SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)- Tw’o men dined at the El Sombrero, paid their bills and then robbed the restaurant of $9,000 Monday. 631st Death BELFAST (UPI) - A soldier wounded by snipers yesterday died early today, the 631st vie- NEW! OURS EXCLUSIVELY OUR lOOTH ANNIVERSARY YEAR XIERATOR ROADRACE ... 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