People, Jul. 11, 1960

Ticketed to start a three-month stretch in jail this week: Boston Textile Magnate Bernard Goldfine, 70, crony of ex-Presidential Aide Sherman Adams. Goldfine was convicted of contempt of a federal court after he refused to produce records bearing on an income tax evasion rap.

The prototype of the penny-pinching near billionaire is U.S. Oilman Jean Paul Getty, 67, who last year plunked down a million more or less, for Sutton Place, the Surrey domain of Britain's Duke of Sutherland, partly to save money on his hotel bills in London and Paris. Last week, as if...

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