OPINION

May 11, 1959

GREECE-TURKEY: Ankara, 9 – Talks between Prime Minister Constantine Karamanlis and his Turkish counterpart Adnan Menderes ended here in the Turkish capital today, with both sides claiming that a new era in bilateral relations had begun as a result of the talks as well as with the treaties signed in Zurich and London. Both governments said they hoped that deeds would follow words. Karamanlis told the press that he was «more than optimistic» and in fact was «very satisfied.» «The Cyprus question had divided Turks and Greeks. It was a problem that had poisoned relations between the two countries, but is now on the way to being successfully resolved. Other problems between the two countries are mere details that can easily be resolved,» he said. FRENCH FLEET: Ships from the French naval fleet, including an aircraft carrier and three submarines, are scheduled to visit Faliron Bay from May 22 to 27. ARMAND MARSICK: Armand Marsick, a musician who played a major part in the development of the classical music scene in Athens, has died in Brussels at the age of 81. He was the director of the Athens Conservatory Orchestra from 1908 to 1922.