ARMY & NAVY: Mac Arthur Continued

The seven general officers who really run the U. S. Army have for the past three months been having landlord trouble. Neither Chief of Staff Douglas MacArthur, nor his Deputy, nor the other five members of the General Staff, had the faintest idea how much longer they would be in Washington. And while leases of the military at the Capital all contain a one-month's-notice clause, none of the staff or their aides knew what month to give notice.

On Nov. 20, handsome, dashing General MacArthur's four-year tour of duty as No. 1 Soldier...

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