OPINION

November 11, 1954

ELENI NIKOLAIDOU: New York, 8 – The newspapers are carrying favorable reviews of yesterday’s recital by Mrs Eleni Nikolaidou at City Hall, where she sang three Greek popular songs. EDEN AGAINST ONASSIS: British Foreign Secretary Sir Anthony Eden said in Parliament yesterday that Saudi Arabia would be ill-advised to implement its fuel transportation agreement with Greek shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis. Asked whether joint protests had been made with other states with a direct interest in the issue, he replied that the United States was one of those countries whose interests were affected by the situation. However, all the other shipping nations would lose by the agreement between the Saudi government and Mr Onassis. ONASSIS BACKS DOWN: Monte Carlo, 8 – King Saud of Arabia and Greek shipowner Aristotle Onassis are to revise their agreement which has so upset the British and American owners of fuel tankers. This information was revealed by a representative of the shipping tycoon’s firm, which is based in