People, Dec. 2, 1974

So is your old man. Harry Harrison has spent his life in odd jobs: as a British merchant navy barber and steward and a Liverpool bus driver. Gerald Ford moved from model and lawyer to the House of Representatives, and last August into the White House. Still, the two men have something in common. When Harry dropped by Salt Lake City's Salt Palace to see his son, ex-Beatle George Harrison, 31, now touring the U.S., he ran into Jack Ford, 22, one of the President's boys. Said George proudly to Jack: "This is my...

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