Cloyd Weaver Miller, an Ohio little businessman, is self-appointed gadfly to RFC. Last week stocky, white-haired Mr. Miller, with a crusader's gleam in his glacial blue eyes, laid plans to go to Washington to bring to a pestiferous climax the strangest one-man campaign of harassment ever waged against a New Deal agency.

Cloyd Miller, in his 58 years, has seldom hesitated to give annoyance where he thought annoyance was due. At 19 he was fired for writing a sassy letter to his boss; unabashed, he proceeded to use the boss's name as reference in seeking other jobs. He has been mad...

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