People: Family Reunions

Dorothy Arnold, sometime actress who divorced Joe DiMaggio in 1944, was worried. Joe and their nine-year-old son, Joe Jr., had been seen frolicking at Hollywood's flossy Bel Air Hotel swimming pool—and Joe's friend, luscious Cinemactress Marilyn (Clash by Night) Monroe, was also there in the unlikely role of young Joe's governess. Dorothy went to court to ask that Joe be ordered to stop taking the boy to places that are long on liquor, short on other children. Marilyn merely said: "I want to love and be loved more than anything else in the world."

In Manhattan, Comic Henry Morgan, who two years...

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