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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 23, 1979, Darmstadt, Hesse Israelis alerted as pact nears By United Press International fearful f attacks by Palestinian guerrillas lo provoke hostilities to spoil the Middle Hast peace Thursday or dered troops on alert along its eastern front with Jordan and Syria As if confirming those Iraq warned other Arab states that if they do not harden their opposition lo he peace they will be treated as traitors and The treaty is scheduled to be signed in Washington Monday by Presi dent Anwar Israeli Prime Minister Begin and President The Israeli military was ordered by Defense Minister Ezor only hours after the Knesset overwhelmingly approved the draft peace treaty with an action Egypts president said was insured by his secret ally the Is ordered the alert to prevent Iraq and Palestinian guerrillas from initiating hostilities on the Israeli frontier from the peace army stands on alert and f more during the last few days with the events in the Middle East and with pos sible threats from Syria and Me said Israel faces more than tanks and planes on the eastern A military spokeswoman vaguely de scribed the alert as a fairly routine situa with a bit of alert to be prepared for The Knessets 9518 approval of the treaty climaxed two days and 28 hours of debate the longest in its Two deputies four did not vote and one was The vote came as no surprise to who is resting at his Nile Delta Barrages I knew a visibly happy Sadat Do you know why Because I have a Ct ally in Israel that I depended Know who The Israeli Sadat said he never lost hope a treaty Continued on Page 1 ambassador slain in Holland IlIK Netherlands sluil and lite ambas sador to Netherlands a apil viM Thursday as an on sminly Ins house at n regular Sir Richard died a hospital two hours Hie His driver and a woman I nun the Foreign who also was in Ins were unhurt The pul her handbag in Iron of licr lace tn protect her sell mm living glass and did mil sir ilu i II was only when Ihe chauffeur out into the Ihal the am had turn shot and The driver look Die ambassador In a pn lice station around and was guided In ii hospital Ihal had been only the day The ambassadors Dutchman Karel died in the same He was holding open the door nl the when the attack A police said the two gunmen be lo be involved in the attack were highly trained They appeared from behind a church and fired from n square ihe ambassadors 17th century Un official said uric investigating a ambassador had been killed by Ihe pro Irish Republican which has close links will groups in the Sykes was in harge FOR IKE US ARMED FORCES 337 March 1979 LANE I gotta fly A new sign at eases parking congestion and gets travelers on their without a lot of Blake follows the sign o the kissing as little Slacey his UHI years ago Hie ot Ambassador in Dublin As a he up security at at British diplomatic including the homes nl senior envoy s was being asked in Th Ha Kile he ignored those rules him sell sources said lie his resi lience at the same lime every ilay and lonk the same mule lo Ins At the lime f Ihe the residence was Minister van tier Charge d Roger Harvey explained the apparently by There was lo ihe ambassador had made any any where well loved and Harvey said hail no reason the butch police Queen Juliana of the Netherlands anil Queen II nf sent mes sages of condolences lo the ambassadors Lady and his three children Squads ol armed police pal rolled The Hague and set up roadblocks Security measures were put al premises in Ihe gasoline lack feared NEW YORK Unusually strong demand for gasoline has reduced gas oline inventories and could lead to spot shortages when the peak driving season opens of Memorial industry sources said the American Petroleum In that the nations gasoline II bf million barrels to in the week ended March gasoline inventories in the est week were 26 million barrels below Gasoline production to million barrels a day in the same period from million barrels daily a week ear the API Unusually high and early demand for gasoline at this time of year could presage spot shortages as the driving season moves into its ptaK season between June and Oc the industry sources said In an encouraging the API said supplies of distillates used primarily for home heating oil dropped by only 5 million to million and re milder weather around the particularly in tbe Distillate stocks hnd declined by as much as 15 million barrels in recent weeks because of severe winter weather in many parts of the country The warm weather is enabling refine ries to switch over lo making a little more the sources As it gets they will be able to shift more of their production into gasoline Henneries have the capacity to match their production record of 79 million bar rels of gasoline a day if they can get enough crude the sources Crude oil imports rose slightly to 67 mil linn barrels in the week ended March 16 from 66 million barrels the week the API The nations crude imports were well above Ihe 5 6 million barrels of foreign oil that came into the country at the same time last
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