Miscellany: Yugoslavia

In Tetovo, delinquent tenants had their house fired by Landlord Tefik Shazovich, lost all their belongings in the flames. Haled into court, Landlord Tefik Shazo-vich snapped: "The rent they owed me was just about equal to the price of their cheap furniture. We are quits now."

In Poduyevo, jobless Milovan Savovich, 30, who recently ate two Belgrade newspapers on a 20¢ bet, spied a dead, unskinned hare, wagered its peasant owner 60¢ he could eat all but the bones. He won. Asked what he ate for dessert, Savovich quickly snatched a fez from...

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