WITHOUT COMPENSATION.: Unpaid Businessmen in Government

IN Washington last week, four congressional committees were in hot pursuit of a favorite Democratic quarry: the businessman in Government.

Senator Kefauver's antimonopoly subcommittee, investigating Dixon-Yates, beagled off after Banker Adolphe Wenzell, charging that he was an unpaid Budget Bureau consultant on Dixon-Yates financing, while remaining a vice president of the First Boston Corp., which expected to collect a $150,000 fee for financing the deal.

Two other committees probed vague charges that other businessmen in Government had used their official positions for private gain, while, before the House Banking Committee, an...

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