GREECE: Popp & Xeros' Client

As last week began, it seemed as if the comedy was at last over. After a year and a half of arrests, releases, trials and retrials in the U. S. Government's efforts to extradite him, Samuel Insull was ordered out of Greece. The understanding was that Fugitive Insull was leaving on the Orient Express for Paris. The sniveling old man who was charged with fraudulent bankruptcy and embezzlement in the U. S. took to his bed, but doctors certified him well enough to travel.

All at once a mysterious woman began telephoning the London...

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