YUGOSLAVIA: Seal, Mustache, Brazilian

Wily thieves tiptoed into the U. S. consulate at Zagreb one night last week. They wanted the consular seal. With it they could forge visas, and thus wangle Jugoslav emigrants into the U. S.

They found letters, typewritten reports, money. They could not find the seal. Taking nothing, the thieves, unapprehended, tiptoed out of the office. Many a U. S. consul sleeps with seal under pillow.

To Belgrade last week returned King Alexander of Jugoslavia and spouse Queen Marie. Their eldest son, Crown Prince Peter, 5, was at the station, in care of Prime Minister Monsignor Koroshetz, and giggled gleefully, perhaps...

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