November 8, 1958

BLOODSHED IN CYPRUS: Nicosia, 7 – The British security forces discovered a hideout yesterday belonging to the National Cypriot Fighters’ Organization (EOKA) where they found a cache of weapons, ammunition and explosives. The hideout was found near the village of Karavas, in the northern part of the island. In Limassol today, police and soldiers were guarding all buildings where British citizens work, one of the new security measures taken after yesterday’s murder of a bank manager as he was walking up the steps toward the bank’s entrance. Security measures were stepped up last night, after Governor Sir Hugh Foot held talks with the heads of the island’s security forces. No official announcement has been made regarding these measures. Troops were also patrolling Limassol’s main streets, where the British usually do their shopping, while patrols in other parts of the town had also been stepped up. The same measures are being implemented in other major towns. MODERN GREEK THEATER: New York, 6 – Stage director James Elliot has announced that he will stage three modern Greek one-act plays in English on Broadway next year, including Nikos Kazantzakis’s «Requiem.»