July 21, 1959

KHRUSHCHEV AGAINST REVISIONISTS: Warsaw – Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, in a speech here to mark the 15th anniversary of the establishment of the country’s communist regime, took the opportunity to launch a fresh attack against revisionists (obviously a reference to Titoists), who, he said, were attempting to destroy all the achievements of communism while pretending to be Marxist-Leninists. He also attacked the dogmatic Stalinists, who he described as another major enemy of communism and called on all the communists in the world to be vigilant. SPIES: Washington – The head of the US House of Representatives’ Un-American Activities Committee has stated that the Russian government had ordered American communists to intensify their anti-government activities. He said there were about 33 million agents of communism around the world. ATHENS STATE ORCHESTRA: The Athens State Orchestra’s seventh concert will be held on Monday at the Herod Atticus Theater with the famous violinist Ruggiero Ricci as the soloist in a concerto for violin and orchestra by Tchaikovsky, as well as works by Beethoven.