YUGOSLAVIA: King & Raditches

Adopted by King Alexander I, last week, were two frightened, sad-eyed little Raditches. They are sons of Opposition Deputy Paul Raditch, who was foully assassinated (TIME, July 2) in the Skupshtina (Parliament) by a Government Deputy.

The great Stefan Raditch, uncle of Paul, and Leader of the Opposition, was the assassin's primary target but received only a bullet wound in the stomach from which he was said, last week, to be "rapidly recovering."

Public indignation finally forced the resignation of the Vukichevich Cabinet, last week; and King Alexander offered the Prime Ministry to Stefan Raditch, who wrathfully rejected the offer,...

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