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National Affairs: Treasury

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Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Garrard Winston is, like Reparations Commissioner S. Parker Gilbert, a young man. Last week, he boarded the Aquitania at Manhattan, set off across the Atlantic. The weather was fair. A pleasant trip was predicted. His business? To talk a little, and, if possible, to do a little about collecting European debts.

Before sailing, he conferred in Manhattan with his venerable chief, the Secretary of the Treasury, home from Bermuda.

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