GREECE: Spunky Odysseus

Odysseus Pangalos, youthful son of that ruthless autocrat, Dictator-President Theodore Pangalos of Greece, arrived last week at Belgrade, Jugoslavia, and rushed to extract one G. Skiades, Greek merchant, from the toils of the Belgrade police.

The police were thrown into a hectic muddle. On the one hand, potent Dictator Pangalos had telegraphed imperiously from Athens, demanding the extradition of M. Skiades for embezzlement. Per contra, young Odysseus Pangalos passionately informed the police that M. Skiades had not embezzled, but had instead given shelter to a Greek maiden who, Dictator Pangalos was...

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