October 10, 1956

DUKE OF EDINBURGH: London, 8 – According to an announcement from Buckingham Palace today, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, who was to arrive in Melbourne to inaugurate the Olympic Games, will visit the Seychelles on October 29 on his way to Australia. The duke will be traveling aboard the royal yacht Britannia. Since last March, the ethnarch of Cyprus, Archbishop Makarios, has been living in exile in the Seychelles. Moreover, the Daily Herald, which is affiliated to the British Labor Party, carried a very interesting news item today. It said that the British government was abandoning its thus far pointless policy on the Cyprus issue in order to seek a meeting with Makarios to try to settle the problem. POST-CIVIL WAR I: Hania, 8 – A court has sentenced the outlaw Georgios Karakakis, 40, of Hania to three years and six months in prison for violating Law 509. POST-CIVIL WAR II: Thessaloniki, 8 – Letters have been sent to many individuals and to newspapers here from Czechoslovakia with an announcement from the Communist Party of Greece (KKE) denouncing the Communist outlaw and KKE cadre Anastassios Goussopoulos, alias Capetan Makis.