OPINION

June 2, 1955

SOCIAL SCIENCES: Yesterday a meeting was held at the Education Ministry chaired by the minister, Mr Achilleas Gerokostopoulos. Also participating were Mr Kalogeropoulos and Mr Stasinopoulos, rectors of the Economics University and Panteion University respectively, as well as professors Pantazis, Sakellariou and Delivanis and the ministry director for tertiary education, Mr Papapanos. A UNESCO delegate announced to the meeting a decision by UNESCO to develop the social sciences in Greece and promised the international organization’s full support. It was decided to set up an initial nucleus to draft measures to boost social sciences in Greece. ARRESTS: The deputy interior minister, Mr Evangelos Kalantzis, made announcements yesterday regarding the recent success of the police in arresting, after many months, prominent cadres of the (illegal) Communist Party of Greece (KKE), including the leader of the KKE’s espionage network in Greece and member of the political bureau in Greece Georgios Athanasiou Erythriadis PAPAGOS’S HEALTH: The prime minister’s physicians predict he will make a speedy recovery.