GREECE: Condition Aggravated

Snug as a woodchuck old Samuel Insull had holed in last week in his Athens apartment while two potent gatherings debated his future and his past. In Athens the entire Greek Cabinet, which had once decided to deport him Jan. 31, argued his future for two hours. The Foreign Minister, having taken the brunt of U. S. Ambassador Lincoln MacVeagh's ire, was for deportation, the Minister of Interior against. Premier Panayoti Tsaldaris was on the fence. The spell of cold, wet weather Greece has been having decided the argument. Premier Tsaldaris announced...

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