GREECE: Eureka!

Roaring down the road from Amaroussi to Athens, throttle wide, came the motor of Greece's goat-bearded Elder Statesman Eleutherios Venizelos. Behind was a green limousine, spitting bullets. Crouched on the floor Statesman Venizelos shouted encouragement to his wife, exhortations to his chauffeur, both painfully but not seriously wounded. From the balcony of the hospital where both were taken Eleutherios Venizelos addressed a cheering crowd. "Everyone knows who is responsible!" cried he, and not a Greek in the crowd but was aware that he referred to Premier Panayoti Tsaldaris.

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