POLITICAL NOTES: Who's for Whom, Oct. 20, 1952

Writing in American Astrology (which has called Adlai Stevenson the "Man of Destiny"), Astrologist Rupert Gleadow last week revealed how the stars stand. It is easy as pie to tell who will win, said Gleadow, but tough to write about it, because he doesn't want to discourage anybody. His news: at the time of the election, "General Eisenhower suffers the transit of Neptune and Saturn over his Sun," and that is really bad. His conclusion: Stevenson, like a shooting star. ¶Adlai Stevenson, a pharmacist in Greenville, Texas, joined the national Stevensons-for-Eisenhower...

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