National Affairs: A Question of Some Checks

In the midst of the Senate debate on the Japanese Treaty Maine's Owen Brewster got a message and hustled off the floor. A few moments later, on the House side of the Capitol, he settled down amiably in the witness chair before the King subcommittee investigating tax scandals. Said Brewster: "I do not know precisely what has been brought out here. I understand there is a question of some checks."

The question had come up while Committee Counsel Adrian DeWind was ferreting through the financial records of Henry ("The Dutchman") Grunewald, the mysterious, too-sick-to-testify...

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