GERMANY: Reparations Report

Upon the S. S. Leviathan, steaming toward the U. S. last week, came a tall slender man with brown hair, blue-gray eyes, and a wise, constructive reticence. Safe on the high seas from reporters, Seymour Parker Gilbert lazed and rested from his labors as Agent General of Reparations although the duty of his steady mind is to keep the fiscal balance of a continent, there danced in his head, last week, jocund plans for Christmas at his home and birthplace, Bloomfield, N. J. Old college chums from Rutgers and Harvard Law would...

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