People, Apr. 27, 1953

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In an armored car, Adlai Stevenson invaded the green depths of Malaya's Red-infested jungle to visit the village of Bukit Lanjan and see a tribe of Sakai, roving aborigines. The friendly little people had been warned that a tuan besar (great master) from over the sea would visit them. And for their visitor they had a gift: a 6-ft. blowpipe (which native marksmen use with rifle accuracy at 25 yards) and a supply of nonpoisonous darts. Said the pleased visitor: "It's the most exciting...

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