People, Mar. 21, 1960

If any proof were needed that New England Industrialist Bernard Goldfine no longer has any White House influence, it came in a blockbusting indictment from a federal grand jury in Boston. The longtime crony of ex-Presidential Aide Sherman Adams was smitten with two charges: evasion of personal income taxes (1953-57) amounting to a whopping $450,961, and dodging corporate income taxes (1952-57), owed by his Strathmore Woolen Co., to the tune of $340,784.

On a local TV program. Kansas City's forthright Artist Thomas Hart Benton, 70, broke off from mural painting in the nearby library...

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