People: People, Jul. 9, 1945

General Alexander M. Patch crawled into a baby pen in Staunton, Va., provided news photographers with the week's high in pictures of generals fraternizing with children. He took his ease (see cut) with Grandchildren A. M. Patch IV and Julie Drummond.

Lieut. General William H. Simpson, in Pittsburgh, planted an all-out buss on the cheek of Granddaughter Jean Stevenson.

General George S. Patton Jr., in Hamilton, Mass., represented the spit-&-polish school with a formal bow over the hand of a little girl who had presented him with a bouquet.

Princess Juliana of The Netherlands, sporting...

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