Only a month after paying off the last of a $123 million RFC loan on his Fontana steel mill, Industrialist Henry Kaiser was back hat in hand last week knocking on RFC's door. This time he wanted $38 million for his auto company, Kaiser-Frazer, which already owes RFC $43 million. K-F President Edgar Kaiser explained that the company needs the money to tide it over until it can sell its backlog of 18,000 cars. He said that the Government's credit restrictions had slowed up its sales so much that K-F had to cut...

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