OPINION

April 15, 1959

FRENCH ALGERIA: Algiers, 11 – A fresh outbreak of political upheaval is feared as a result of the activities of European extremists who believe that they have not received the treatment they deserve from the French government and that the goals of the coup on May 13 have been totally ignored. The threat of more unrest now looms larger as the first anniversary approaches of the movement that resulted in the restoration to power of General Charles de Gaulle. DULLES RESIGNS: Washington, 15 – US Secretary of State John Foster Dulles has resigned due to a serious illness. The decision was taken after the prognosis made by his doctors yesterday. FREDERICA: Ioannina, 15 – Queen Frederica and Princess Sofia toured the villages of Rodovizi, Gribovon and Grammenon today. As part of the royal visit to the area they opened a children’s home and a cheese factory. They are due to leave for Preveza tomorrow, before departing for Athens. MARKEZINIS: Parliament yesterday approved a request by the leader of the Progressive Party, Spyros Markezinis, for a two-week leave of absence to visit the Soviet Union.