INTERNATIONAL: Blank, Blank, Blank

What its delegates thought of the treaties and agreements they have made, the Seventh Pan-American Conference showed last week by breaking up at Montevideo in a manner remindful of harridans struggling over cut-rate stockings in a bargain basement.

Most delegates dashed out of the final plenary session intent only on signing everything that needed signing and still catching the night boat for gay and glamorous Buenos Aires. On long tables Conference secretaries had placed what seemed to be treaties and agreements, each open at the last page for signatures. Jostling and squabbling the...

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