SPAIN: Energetic Llizo

General Damaso Berenguer y Fuste, bull-necked Prime Minister of Spain, stepped from his private office last week, waved an amiable plump hand at a group of reporters whom he knew personally, advanced with his brother and personal adjutant, Luis Berenguer y Fuste, toward the elevator. A pale young man by the name of Joaquin Llizo pulled a small pistol from his pocket, deliberately fired one shot into the ceiling. One of the duties of a Spanish Prime Minister's adjutant is wrestling with would-be assassins. Adjutant Berenguer promptly grappled with Pistoleer Llizo....

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