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MacArthur Reported
Planning to Live Here
After Leaving Japan
By Keyes Beech
Foreign Correspondent of The Stor and
the Chicogo Daily News
TOKYO, Japan, Aug. 28— It may
not be in the White House but pretty
close to It that Gen. Douglas Mac
Arthur will live when he says fare
well to Japan.
Neither will it be Milwaukee.
A source close to the general re
vealed that today when they sought
to dispel a rumor about his future
residence. Gen. MacArthur had told
a Milwaukee editor recently that
he would visit that city when he
returned to America, but his remark
became distorted to mean that the
supreme commander would go there
for good. Wisconsin residents
promptly made much of it.
The general, however, is known
to have told friends many times
that in all probability he will settle
down in or around Washington, per
haps on the Virginia side of the
Potomac.
*'His interests are world-wide,
rather than local," a subordinate
said. “That is why he will choose
Washington as home. Besides, all
his old friends are around Wash
ington.
“But,” he hastened to explain,
“that doesn’t mean that he doesn’t
have a warm spot in his heart for
Milwaukee. "He was born in Little
Rock, Ark., but MacArthur’s grand
father was Lieutenant Governor of
Wisconsin, his father was born in
Milwaukee and the general himself
received his appointment to West
Point from Wisconsin.”
'Mine' Explosive,
Not Possessive,
When in Greece
By John A. Thole
Foreign Correspondent of The Star and
the Chicago Daily News
MOURIES, Greece, Aug. 28—A
question of yours and mine—mostly
mine—very nearly got veteran AP
Photographer Frank Noel into trou
ble here.
Mr. Noel, who covered World War
II from Singapore to surrender, was
inspecting, with some Greek Army
outpost troops, a well booby-trapped
church that had been used as a
strongpoint by guerrillas in a recent
attack.
“That’s mine," casually remarked
the liaison officer-interpreter, in
dicating, a length of telephone wire
stretched across the front entrance
to the church. t
“Yours, eh,” blithely responded
Mr. Noel, scuffing a foot at the half
hidden wire. “Field telephone?”
“Fapadopoulos,” gasped the inter
preter, his command of English
possessive pronouns slipping from
him in his sudden excitement. “Net
yours * * • I mean, you're mine!”
“Why, lieutenant, this is so sud
den,” breathed the embarrassed Mr.
Noel, or words to that effect.
“Mine, mine, mine,”* frantically
insisted the interpreter, clutching at
the photographer. “Wire goes to
mine. Trip over it. Mine goes boom!”
“Oh, my,” murmured Mr. Noel, in
sudden comprehension. He looked
at his own feet accusingly, and then
at the wire leading to a hidden'
charge of high explosives.
“Let’s use the other entrance,” he
suggested, finally.
Virginia Veteran Killed
In Sawmill Accident
By th« Associated Press
FREDERICKSBURG, Va„ Aug. 28.
—Walter Leroy Chewing, 20-year
old Navy veteran, of Paytes, Spot
sylvania County, was killed when a
clamp holding lumber being cut at
a sawmill in Orange County broke,
a fragment striking the youth in the
chest.
The mill is operated by Chewing’s
father Herbert A. Chewing.
Funeral services will be held this
afternoon at Craig’s Baptist Church
at Paytes.
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