People, Aug. 3, 1953

Names make news. Lest week these names made this news:

Adlai Stevenson, at the final turn of his world tour, put down in London for two weeks of sightseeing, partygoing, talks with high officials, and quiet days of writing in the English countryside. In rented morning dress ($5.88) and topper ($1.12), Stevenson bustled off to a Buckingham Palace garden party, met Queen Elizabeth II, the Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Margaret, with whom he had a "delightful conversation." An enthusiastic patter of applause came from the British press, including a left-handed compliment from the...

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