A Letter From The Publisher, Jun. 23, 1958

AT midweek TIME's Boston bureau got the word to be on the lookout for a man named Bernard Goldfine, a textile industrialist whose name had suddenly been linked to White House Staff Boss Sherman Adams. TIME-LIFE Correspondents Murray Gart and Wilbur Jarvis set to work, telephoning town after town in New England, searching for the elusive Goldfine (neither his home nor his office admitted to his whereabouts). Once they found a man named Goldfine, but it was Bernard's son Horace. He did not know where his father was, either. That evening TIME-LIFE Correspondent...

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