YUGOSLAVIA: Zhivoi Kraji

Alexander of Jugoslavia, bespectacled Dictator-King, reached the age of 41 last week. His birthday was widely celebrated. In Belgrade 500 citizen delegates, brilliantly embroidered, pranced up and down the streets shouting Zhivoi Kralj! Zhivoi Kralj! (literally: "The King, let him live!") In the royal palace diplomats danced with Jugoslavian beauties. Troops marched and countermarched on the parade ground. Jugoslavian bunting draped public buildings. In New York Consul-General Radoyé Yankovitch gave a birthday luncheon at which U. S. Minister to Jugoslavia John Dyneley Prince announced that "progress in Jugoslavia is rapid," and Dr....

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