World: Revisionists Prefer Blondes

When Columnist Drew Pearson interviewed Marshal Tito recently at the island retreat of Brijoni, he was surprised to discover that the dictator's aides were more interested in getting details about the death of Marilyn Monroe than in discussing nuclear testing or Berlin. Last week Soviet President Leonid Brezhnev arrived in Belgrade for a ten-day state visit, and the Yugoslavs again allowed themselves to be distracted from world affairs by a lovely female figure.

The object of their appreciation was the visitor's daughter, Galina Brezhnev, a tall, striking blonde of 18, who could well turn out to be the Kremlin's answer to Jackie...

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