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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 4, 1990, Darmstadt, Hesse \ f 4 a new miss Usa hails from Michigan a Page 7 the stifen<fe31?ipes authorized unofficial publication for the . Armed forces Good morning vol. 48, no. 321 sunday March 4, 1990 a a 25t daily and sunday d 8693 a disco bomb injures 16 gis in Panama Panama City Panama apr two men Yelling a Long live Noriega a threw a grenade into a discotheque frequented by . Soldiers and wounded 27 people including 16 american military men witnesses and officials said saturday. The attack late Friday was believed to be the first such raid on . Service members since the United states invaded Panama on dec. 20 and overthrew the government of Gen. Manuel Antonio Noriega. One of the americans was reported seriously injured. A i heard something come in that broke the Glass hit the table and then i heard the explosion a said Eric Quintero one of the wounded. A there was a lot of confusion people screaming. People on the floor. A there were people bleeding witnesses said the grenade landed under a table then exploded. It left a Hole about half a Yard in diameter in one of the discos Glass Walls. Lisa Mckay who was outside the disco when the 11 30 . Attack occurred said two men drove up one got out. And threw the bomb and they then sped away. The men yelled a a a there goes Noriega Long live Noriega a Ana threw the grenade a she said. Another woman who was entering the disco at the time gave the same account. Panama a judicial technical police in charge of the investigation gave no details but an unidentified official said a it was against the no one claimed responsibility for the attack said just a big baby Little Joe a 7-month-old Manatee loves his bottle Jike any other baby. Sea world animal care special Horton cradles the sea cow As it holds the a bottle with its stubby flippers. The 178-Pound youngster was discovered without its Mother last a a it has since lived at the Marine Parks Mana rehabilitation facility in Orlando Fla. It. Cmdr. Peggy Black a spokeswoman for the . Southern come. It. Col. Terry Jones also with the command said one of the americans was seriously injured. Thirteen others were being treated at the . Military Gorgas Hospital he said and two were treated and released. Three of the 11 wounded panamanians had serious injuries and were in intensive care said a report from social Security Hospital. It said six panamanians were treated and released. The my place disco popular with american service members is just off the Busy via Espana Street and a Block from Panama City a International banking Center. In Washington Secretary of defense Dick Cheney taping a sunday talk show with Cable news network said the bombing had not prompted . Authorities to put soldiers on Alert. The United states has about 1.3,500 troops in Panama roughly the number stationed there before the december invasion. A Panama has been a violent place in the past and it is still obviously a problem a he said. A you can to safeguard against every possible contingency a the attack occurred hours after Noriega a wife three daughters and grandson left Panama for Havana. As they left Panama City they were surrounded by hundreds of jeering people who shouted a go away beggars a Noriega is awaiting trial on drug charges in Miami. A amps Dave Didio help for Romania boy scouts Brad Lee left14, and David Young 17, Load goods at Heidelberg West Germany during a drive for romanian children. The a Romania we care Campaign will again be collecting kids clothes toys and non perishable foods in Mark Twain Village on March 10. Residents can leave bags of donations outside their doors for pickup by the scouts. Donations can also be taken to the Leiden fire station until March 16. Worner wants nato allies to join talks about Germany Brussels Belgium apr nato Secretary general Manfred Worner said saturday he favors calling a special meeting of foreign ministers of the Western Alliance to discuss German reunification and arms control issues. Some smaller countries in the North Atlantic treaty organization have complained about being left out of discussions on the future of the two German states and have suggested an emergency conference. A i personally favor the idea a Worner said at nato Headquarters after meeting with czechoslovak foreign minister Jiri Dienstbier. A we could have very useful discussions i think on conventional arms negotiations and we could have discussions and an sex. Change of views about the process of German unification a he said. Worner said no final decision has been made and no Date set for a special meeting. But a nato official demanding anonymity said possible dates in april have been discussed. The foreign ministers already Are scheduled to hold a regular meeting in _ Early june in Scot Firner land. But the decision of France Britain the United states and the soviet Union a the victorious world War ii Powers a to meet separately to discuss German Unity has angered some allies including Italy Belgium and the Netherlands. Under the �?o2-plus-4�?� process the two German states also will gather after March 18 elections in East Germany to discuss their future. In an Effort to keep the allies up to Date West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl will travel to nato on thursday to talk to the ambassadors of the 16 nations in the Alliance. Worner said Kohls visit showed a the importance he attributes to consulting with All allies so 1 think All those who Are thinking that this process will Only be restricted to the 2-plus-4 Structure Are Worner reiterated support for a formula that would keep the future German state in nato but would tie Only West German territory to the alliances military Structure. A it is a very elegant solution and it is a solution which really satisfies the Security requirements of All parties concerned a he said. A it takes into account Security concerns of the soviet Union a he said. A it takes into account the Security requirements of Germany As a West Germany belongs to the Alliance. But East Germany is a member of the soviet led Warsaw pact and More than 380,000 soviet troops Are stationed on its soil. Nato officials have previously said soviet troops could temporarily remain on the territory of the current East Germany. Dienstbier was Only the second foreign minister of a Warsaw pact country to pay a visit to nato Headquarters. Soviet foreign minister Eduard Shevardnadze met with Worner last december

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