YUGOSLAVIA: Huntsman, What Quarry?

Nikita Khrushchev's favorite pastime is shooting for sport. The boss of the Soviet Communist Party owns a luxurious collection of shotguns and rifles, and he likes to slip quietly out of Moscow to the water meadows of the Ukraine to bag a string of ducks. Last week Nikita Khrushchev traveled all the way to Yugoslavia to indulge his hobby in one of Europe's more exclusive hunting grounds: the vast domain at Belje, once a sporting ground of the Habsburg princes, now a model "socialist farm" and preserve of Marshal Tito and his cronies. In a happy day's hunting Khrushchev potted...

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