A Letter From The Publisher, Jul. 21, 1958

WHEN Bernard Goldfine's name first broke into the news, TIME'S Boston Bureau Chief Murray Gart was the first newsman to corral the elusive Massachusetts millionaire, talked to Goldfine for 3½ hours in his Chestnut Hill home, got a memorable interview (TIME, June 23). As the Goldfine story developed, Gart stayed on the trail, found enough leads to call for a task-force effort. Last week, while Correspondent Neil MacNeil covered the day-and-night Goldfine show in Washington, TIME deployed a reporting task force through New England. From New York to Boston went Fiscal Specialist George Bookman. Chicago's Jon Rinehart canvassed Maine, Chicago's Ed...

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