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Nation: President Ike Liked a Mike

But only now and then In the transcript of a conversation in the Oval Office, Richard Nixon comes off as alternately aggressive and defensive, attacking...

Greece: Row Over Royalty

Hardly had the rose petals and champagne corks been swept up from the royal wedding of King Constantine and Princess Anne-Marie than the Greeks were back at...

Milestones: Dec. 27, 1963

Born. To Juan Carlos de Borbon y Borbon, 25, son of Spanish Pretender Don Juan; and Princess Sophie, 25, eldest daughter of Greece's King Paul and Queen...

Greece: The King Wants to Travel

The king was working in the garden. He seemed very glad to see me. We walked through the garden. This is the queen, he said. She was clipping a rose bush. Oh...

Milestones: May 25, 1962

Married. Prince Juan Carlos de Borbón y Borbón, 24, son of Spanish Pretender Don Juan; and Princess Sophie of the Hellenes, 23, eldest daughter of Greece's King...

Religion: The Best Pupil

If God's truth demands the tortured cry of a single innocent child, argued Dostoevsky's Ivan Karamazov, then God's truth is not worth the price of admission...

FOREIGN RELATIONS: Zito!

The red-white-and-blue-tipped propellers stopped spinning, the door of the presidential plane Columbine opened, and a pretty young woman stepped forward. A...

THE CAPITAL: Atomic Queen

To the U.S. for a six-week visit last week came Her Majesty Frederika, Queen of the Hellenes. Washington officialdom knew what to expect from the vivacious,...

FOREIGN RELATIONS: Nothing but Cadillacs

Cheryl Smith, 9, was crushed. For weeks she had lived in anticipation of the day when the King and Queen of Greece would visit her father's farm, 40 miles from...

GREECE: Say It with Money

"We must pay to buy us some man's love," mourned Euripides' lovesick Medea almost 2,500 years ago. In the centuries since, many another nubile Greek girl, along...

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