"Don't come to Washington," WPB told businessmen last week. Instead it recommended that they do their official business through its twelve regional and 127 field offices.

Trouble is that the businessman is yet to be found who is able to get anything done by dealing with one Government agency. Frequent frantic trips are usually necessary to get the O.K. of a dozen or more agencies and commissions for the simplest of transactions. Only bureaucratic control of travel rationing will stop it. Best bet: it won't be bureaucratic control.


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