OPINION

November 4-5, 1952

US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS: Washington, 3 – The 1952 US presidential campaign has ended and the voters’ verdict is now awaited. Tomorrow (November 4), 55-66 million Americans will go to the polls to choose the head of state. On Tuesday evening or early Wednesday morning (US time) as votes are counted, it will be made known whether Dwight Eisenhower or Adlai Stevenson has won the elections (…). The three pre-election polling firms have indicated that Gen. Eisenhower will defeat Stevenson. FASHION: This evening, the French fashion house Maggy Rouf will hold its first show in Greece at the Hotel Grande Bretagne. Entrance tickets are on sale at 130,000 drachmas for the premiere and 88,000 drachmas for the matinee shows after tomorrow. HUNGER: At the end of Galatsiou Street, 27-year-old Sofia F. fell unconscious and sustained a head injury. (…) It appeared that she had fainted from hunger after not having eaten for three days. She was taken to the hospital. VOTERS: According to the statistics of the Interior Ministry, the total number of people with the right to vote in the next elections is almost 2,300,000. EVERYONE EXCEPT WOMEN: An Athens court has rejected the candidacy of Mrs Avra S. Theodoropoulou, the only woman to have submitted an application to run for office. Women do not have the right to vote or to stand for election, as the women’s electoral lists have not been completed.