YUGOSLAVIA: Six Shots

Six shots were fired at Premier N. Pashitch as he was entering his car in front of the Narodna Skupshtina (National Assembly). The Premier saved his life by falling to the floor of the car, but was wounded in the hand.

His assailant, Millutone Raitch by name, is a Serbian bank clerk working in Budapest, capital of Hungary. He ascribed his action to personal motives. No political significance is attributed to the incident, although it has aroused great indignation among the people.

Premier Pashitch is one of the great schemers of the Balkans. As far back...

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