People, Mar. 7, 1960

For the first time in five months the sun melted the leaden skies over Bogota, Colombia, when Adlai Stevenson arrived on his South American tour. "Viva Democracy! Viva Adlai, Adlai, Adlai, Adlai !" roared crowds of Colombians as they flocked to Stevenson and his party, some for mixed motives: both Son John Fell Stevenson and ex-Senator William Benton lost their wallets to pickpockets. At a bullfight, where Stevenson was cheered the loudest, Matadors Luis Miguel Dominguín and Pepe Caceres dedicated their bulls to him. At a cocktail party Stevenson charmed the guests by bringing along Dominguín. Gushed one regal lady: ''Mr....

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