» THE CYPRUS WEEKLY Nov. 2-8, 1979 CAUGHT BY THE CAMERA PAGE 17 Bei ee ! President Kyprianou photographed at the Presidential Palace with a group of _ visiting Hungariona journalists. i : ne : q 28th October Anniversary: Archbishop Chrysostomos, flanked by the Presi- dent of the House of Representatives, Mr Alecos Michaelides (R) and the Greek Ambassador, Mr. Zacharakls, during the Te Deum In Nicosta's St John’s Cathedral. Nicosia society ladies including the wife of the President, Mrs Mimi Kyprianou, at a charity fashion show at Nicosia’s Hilton this week. Communications and Works Minister Mr Marios Eliades (2nd R) at the site of the largest bridge being built on the island on the new Limassol-Platres road. Foreign Minister Nicos Rolandis being seen off by his wife, son, the Director General of the Ministry, Mr George Pelaghias and other officals at Larnaca Alir- port as he was leaving for Europe and the United States. J The honorary president of the Cyprus Ski Club Mr Nearchos Theodorou seeing off National Guardsmen The outgoing Finance Minister, Mr Andreas Patsalides (R), in one of his last of- Pavios Markides, who is off to Austria to attend skiing ficial functions before his resignation, exchanges copies of an agreement on lessons for the whole of November, at the invitation of the avoidance of double taxation with the head of a visiting Bulgarian delega- the Austrian government. ee tion, Professor Chausev.