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Z-:l i |VOT since Jean Harlow has Hollywood worship been concentrated on one actress as it now is on Marilyn Monroe. Her marriage to Joe DiMaggio was hailed as a major news story. Every move she -'Snakes gets space. She has just returned from a trip to Korea which was a boon to the makers of camera film. She was photographed from every angle not only by newsmen but by thousands of G.I.'s as well. The worship of blonde, tousle-heafted, generous-mouthed, pleasant-faced Marilyn Is typical of the wild enthusiasms of Amer WtAEiNfi 6.J. CLOTH...w. 7HE ULQMi e&AUiiiU. ARRIVES IN KOREA. W4 Mi. THE 10VS. iHJQVi A What? More Pictures of Marilyn? ica which keep the rest of the world agape. She is pretty, but not THAT pretty. She has a well-proportioned figure but not THAT symmetrical. Her singing voice wasn't much when she appeared several times in Korea before thousands of soldiers. They whooped and cheered not because of her voice but be cause she was a symbol of womanhood's enchantment over the male. Marilyn, to her thralls, is all of woman's desirability. The pictures on this page were taken at various points during her appearance oil the trip to Korea. Mi & "N AUTOGRAPHS A CAST FOR GERAL& TANK RiWL if kAiPfcft AS HIS TWIN, ROBERT, WATCHES. 'V Jtig FUftFU COCATAU. ORLii. wuyywr-5*mw• 'x' 1 V"" .x *. 'I x^--,vs'is.. J- MARILYN ENTHUSIASTICALLY—If NOT TUNEFULLY—PUTS OVER A SONG.