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One* mor« he *• f«re«d t* M«« •nd m «Iri IClrftherlB faked him t* the koine »( L»nlrl». who \ornt a BOD !• the war. Leoalda> w«nt» to adopt Mike am kin (ion, bat Hike f* A? term I Bed to contact the Underground »( At ken*. XVTH A MTDDL1-AGED woman, obviously not Greek, *at behind a small counter with earphones on her head. There was a desk and many papers scattered on it. Eleftheria approached with great caution. 'T —I wiafa to see Dr. Harry Thackery," sh« whispered. "Your name, please?" "Eleftheria Yalouris." "Do you have an appointment with the doctor?' the woman asked, looking inquiringly at the uncomfortable peasant girl before her. "No. He do« not teow me." "Just a moment, please," the woman said. She rose from behind the counter and disappeared behind a large double door that led down » long corridor. The receptionist returned. "I'm sorry. Dr. Thackery cannot see you." Eleftheria fidgeted with her handbag and shifted her weight several times. She tried to think of what Jay had told her. "When can 1 sec him?" That was the right thing to say. "I'm afraid he Is very busy. He is preparing an expedition for some diggings." She remembered that as a small child she had seen some foreign men digging around Dernica. Before the war foreigners always came to dig all over the province. "nut—but—I have traveled all the- wa^ 'rom Dadi. It is very important" There was & buzz from the odd box on the desk. The woman stopped the buzz by sticking a piece of metal attached to a cord into • little hole. The door opened and two men who were not Greeks came into the room and sat down and looked at magazine*. "Just what do you want to see Dr. Thackery about?" "It in B personal matter and one of great importance—and 1 have come a long way." The woman shrugged and once again disappeared behind the double doors. She returned. "Fol- lo^r me, please." she said. The woman marched briskly down the long carpeted hallway past several doors with little brass name plates on them, turned sharply, and opened one and motioned Eleftheria in. She closed the door behind the girl. The room was stiff and paneled and Victorian. The only light was a small desk lamp. A man sat behind the desk. He looked gaunt and was pasty in complexion. Hia hair was thinning and his face was bony. "You wish to see me?" his voice said in a monotone. "You are Dr. Harry Thackery?" "That is correct" • • • SHE bit her nails and thought very hard to relay Jay's exact words. "A good friend of mine." she started, trembling, "stays in the house of my cousin. He wishes to come to Athens. He told me that a mutual friend said to come to see you." "Sit down, girl,** She edged into a stiff mahogany chair in front of his desk and now she could fully see this zombie- like man. "He stays in Kalogriani. It is a village that is in the province of f.:ins<;,i ' Tiie man opened his thin iips. "Tell me about this friend of yours." "He is a British soldier. One from New Zealand. 1 " Thackery's face remained rigid. "If your friend is a British soldier it would be against the law to bring him to Athens. America is- not ol war with Germany, and 1 am an American." "But my friend says . . ." "I'm sorry. • I can be of no help to you. I would advise you to leave Athens. This sort of thing can get you into a great deal of trouble." Eleftheria arose, puzzled. She started to walk toward the door then turned, her eyes beginning to well with tears- "But—your mutual friend — a man from Scotland . ." . Eleftheria felt, her flesh crawl under the steady stare from the weird-looking man. "Why docs your friend wish to come to Athens?" * * * SHE felt a funny dryness in her mouth as she opened her tips to speak. "He told me to tell you ho has 17 excellent reasons why he wishes to come here." Thackery rose from his chair. "Remain here. I shall return in a moment." Eh". Harry Thackery stepped across the hall to another office. A man named Thanassis sat with earphones on his head. He stood up when he saw Thackery. "You heard her," Thackery snapped. "What do you think?" "It is Morrison, all right," Thanassis answered. "Thank God he's still alive. I've all but giycn up hope." "We need that information desperately," Thanassis said. "What about that girl in there?" "Are our traveling companions outside?" Thackery nskod, referring to the Gestapo who now kept constant watch on his movements. "They're there, as usual." "Better order a car We're going to have to slip that girl out We can't take the risk of having them pick her up. Have someone contact Lfsfi to meet us at Papa- Pa DOS' I'm sending her up to '4^1 hirr; .-rr" '. ?it('!y." > (To fit Continued; WE'VE GOT IT! Over 33,000 different items in stock! H U B B A R D . HAR DWARE RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • < Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS 5»8 Cl. Lake Are. 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