OPINION

December 2,1953

ALEXANDROS PAPAGOS: The prime minister, Field Marshal Alexandros Papagos, addressed Parliament yesterday, saying, «The opposition will have to realize that we are going to stay in power until the very last second of our term.» CONSTANTINE MITSOTAKIS: Mr Constantine Mitsotakis criticized the government, saying that despite its promises and declarations, it has done nothing for the people as a whole, particularly farmers and the self-employed. BANDIT EXECUTED: According to a telegram from Hania, Crete, the bandit Angelis Iliakis, who had had a price on his head, was executed by a police firing squad in the district of Apokorono. TSAROUCHIS: On Saturday (November 28), an exhibition of works by the artist Ioannis Tsarouchis was inaugurated in the new gallery in Monica Payne’s store. MITROPOULOS: New York, 30/11: King Pavlos of Greece yesterday presented a medal to the great Greek musician Dimitris Mitropoulos, director of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. ETHICS: New books: «A Girl’s Virtue» by G. Papageorgiou Eraldy, Athens 1953.