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the take of Ls Lions Hear Talk On FDR Conflict With Ma'cArthur - Dr. James Eyre, author of the 300k, "The Hoosevelt-MacArthur 3onflict," was the guest speaker !h? weekly luncheon meeting of Benton Harbor Lions club yesterday. yesterday. Dr. Eyrjj, an American advisor Sergio Osmena, president of the Philippines immediately a f t e World War II, discussed his book and traced the steps from the of Corregidor to the eventual discharge discharge of General MaeArthur. The speaker stated a rift developed developed between the President and general when the latter was sent Australia during the war to take command of the allied forces. MacArthur, said Dr. Eyre, arrived "down under" and discovered nil large army was mostly a series promises, rather than a reality. The split between Roosevelt and the general widened during the war, and upon the President's death his successor, Harry S. Truman inherited the feud, said the speaker Eyre, who obtained his doctor philosophy degree at the age of has written several other books.