June 5, 1958

JACQUELINE FRANCOIS: The first appearance in Athens by the wonderfully talented French singer Jacqueline Francois at the Asteria nightclub the evening before last gave members of the Greek capital’s high society the chance to enjoy the lovely Parisienne’s singing in the seaside suburb of Glyfada. Francois is considered to be one of France’s greatest singing stars and has thousands of fans as well has having won an international recording prize. At the front tables, we saw seated Prime Minister Constantine Karamanlis, French Ambassador Guy de Charbonnie, Baroness Felice Catalano de Mellili and the Marquis and Marquess Canizi, among others. YUGOSLAVIA: Sofia, May 17 – The Bulgarian Communist Party has backed a charge leveled against Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito by the People’s Daily newspaper in Peking and launched its own attack against Yugoslavia’s national form of communism. The newspaper Rabotnichenko Delo, the mouthpiece of the Bulgarian Communist Party, said that the People’s Daily was absolutely justified in supporting a decision taken by Cominform in 1948 when it accused Yugoslavia of revisionism.