ThÂ« first major event sponsored by the Institute of Public Affairs will be conducted at Hagerstown High School auditorium Friday eve- ning, September 22. when Dr. James K. Eyre, Jr., will discuss America's failure in the Far East. The new organization, which Dr. Eyre said is founded primarily for educational purposes, will begin the program at 8:15 p. m. next Friday. Drawing heavily on his experi- ence as an advisor to Dr. Sergio Osmena. president of the Philli- ppines, Dr. Eyre will speak in con- nection with his newly published book. "The Roosevelt MacArthur Conflict," copies of which will be on display at the lecture. The book is published by The Craft Press, Chambersburg. Dr. Eyre was in the Philippines IS YOUR WATCH FAST? It It Is. you're never Â«urÂ« what time it It- Why not let our ex- pert technician* make the neces- sary adjustment* on our World P a m o u i WATCHM ASTER. It cakes only So seconds. JfHIMIS DIAMONDS AND WATCHES at a period paralleling the Yalta conferences when policy toward Russia and the Far East was formed. He said yesterday that prepared the agenda for the last conference that President Roose- velt conducted on foreign affairs at Warm Springs. Ga,. with Presi- dent Osmena on April 5. 1945. Dr. Eyre is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where he received his doctor of philosophy degree, and also studied at Har- vard. He saw government service as staff member of the Library of Congress, Board of Educonomic Warefare. and was a protege of late historian, Dr. Charles A. Beard. He has taught or lectured at Sweet Briar, Shepherd. George Washington, and Northwestern, well as the Far Eastern University of Manila, has given many and has published about 300,000 words of articles in various pub- lications. His new book treats not only Roosevelt and MacArthur but contains frequent references to s u c h famous personalities Churchill, Eisenhower, Stinson. Marshall. Ickes, and Tydings. Dr. Eyre said yesterday that he ex- pects large delegations to attend from Martinsburg. Shepherdstown. Charles Town. Waynesboro, Cham- bersburg. and Frederick. , Carroll E. Kline, executive sec- retary of the Institute, will intro- duce the speaker. A committee 25 local persons are heading ar- rangements for the meeting, for which are available at Roney's Hays', and the News Agency. Dr. Eyre will be interviewed WARK Wednesday at 6:10 p. and over WCHAi tonight at 7:05 p. m. The U. S. Defense Department telephone exchange in Washington handles 225.000 inside and 90,000 outside calls per day.