GREECE: High Lights

Despatches from Athens etched the Greek scene sharply last week.

Olympus. Forgotten Homeric deities may well have laughed as the militant and ungracious Dictator of Greece, General Pangalos, assumed the style of a respectful cavalier and escorted Lady Austen Chamberlain, ever tactful wife of the British Foreign Secretary, up the slopes of Mount Olympus.

Indemnity. Bulgarians grudgingly admitted that Dictator Pahgalos was at least prompt when 15 million leva ($110,000) passed from Athens to Sofia last week as the second half of the indemnity awarded by the Council of the League...

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