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   Progress-Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 21, 1970, Pomona, California                               Seek Charge in Bombing See Story m Page Bl MAIL HOME EDITION PRICE lOc JO mtnfh .-.Vol. Numbtr 357 POMONA, WIONUDAY IVININO, JANUARY II, 1970 64 Dtnst Peg Stalli Bum, Cauiing ISruGIIS Tardy Mount Attack on Arabs W T T T V v V AIM) 4MMMT AiMlMM tlBl H UAm T HfttEytd 1 MP LBJ Ltavti for Mtxlco Vacation COID An traffic light mates a pvellv' After water from fire hoses froze while firenlM Will fighting a fire that gutted an abandoned jllNl In ncor-zero temperature In Detroit today. 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II hi iiwvid iiy> HWH VIM ihl MHni OimirliiH, wWih nj .u Mill A'lllu-'eva e livni w the L'nited She burned her iport, renounced her said she planned IJ'lJiJmi American citizen. Shi MW lives 'R Princeton, i Wnlre sne has WT'tten Blllf Stalin, lirltarnentary decree lIM Dec- 19> bul I ayblished at that time. piblication was not M Mil MlMlh Ml If winiair MM tt rtllifi Wl, hi Tlwi Ii TMW ihi 1 NH iw i UNVIMMMH UN Tun, wirtm B of lhat the the Supreme of Soviet citizenship. citizenship of the Alhluyena Svetla- Moscow and now residing In tha U.S.A.. for discrediting tha status of a Soviet cftian." presidium of the Su- preme Soviet, headed by President Nikolai V. Podgomy and Including other top Soviet leaders. Is tha 4frmember governing body of the parli- ament. It has the power to act for the full Supreme Soviet. Miss Alllluyava announced In 1968s he had burned her Soviet passport to dispel any specula- tion might return to the Soviet Union, which she de- scribed as "a land of uninter- rupted pain and trauma." There was no explanation of why the Supreme Soviet de- layed until now the formal removal of hir staiui as a Soviet citizen. She fled the Soviet Union in 19G7. going first to India, then to Switzerland, and finally to America where she began work on her recollections. Her description of Hfe with the tyrannical Stalin and such other Soviet leaders as the late secret police boss Lamnii Sena, caused an international Jordan announced that one Chilian had been kitted in an Israeli air strike during the battle in tU San and Feifa areas juit betow tha Dead Sea and in the wilderness where the Biota says Esau wandered after losing Ids birthright. An Israeli spokesman called the operation A "combing" action apparently aimed at seeking out Arab guerrillas in tha area where Saudi Arabia, has large forces brought in- during tht War. Tha AI- Assifa, military arm of Al- Fatah, has a series of guerrilla bases there. Tha Jordanian cabinet met In emergency session and Xing Hussein spent all night today at military headquarters in Amman assessing reports from the battle area. The Amman government fnitructed Its U.N. ambassador to protest to the Sicunry Council. Foreign Minister Abdel Monaim Xlfay said had met. with :he ambassadors of several Arab nations and asked them to nouty their govern- ments immediately of the situation. The Al Fatah account of fighting said the roea- fought "face to face" with the Israeli troops and used 105 millimeter artillery to destroy tuo Israeli tanks. The guerrit-' las said they stopped the attack with rockets and other weapons' but that Israel began tang howitzers from across the border and brought in AftaMMBift W W A A A 9 Housing a Crisis Situaton WWW WF IN TOOAVS r 4 A V I f Jumbo Jel in Is! Cosh Right _ ___ __ __ __ 4 M IkUii I 1Mb VMMHi ifeaaaa AaM tft c   

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