People: Warriors & Aides

Navy Lieut. Richard Barthelmess swore in his son, Stewart, at Norfolk's naval recruiting station.

C.I.O. Man Phil Murray's son, Joseph, enlisted in the Army at Pittsburgh.

Newly enlisted Private Clark Gable tried a secret trip from Los Angeles to his training camp in Miami, but women along the route heard rumors, jammed depots, mobbed him by hundreds in Houston and New Orleans.

J. P. Morgan posed for a good wartime capital-and-labor picture in one of his rare public appearances (see cut). Occasion: Award of a joint Army and Navy "E" pennant to Federal Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co. in Kearny, N J.

Private Lew (Dr....

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