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Q:

When you said it surprised you, getting that note. What surprised you?

Heiskell:

Putting it in writing. You know, she might have called and said, “Don't worry, I think it's gonna work out.” But that's a fairly clear cut note! [laughs]

Q:

Anything else you want to add on this?

Heiskell:

No.

Q:

Okay. Let's go back to TIME. A couple of quick things. First of all, any significance to the certain point in the late 1960s--I believe, or perhaps in the early 1970s--that correspondents were brought under TIME, the magazine. They had been separate. I think maybe Gart[?] was in charge at that point.

Heiskell:

It had been a running battle over the years as to whether we should have, in effect, a Time, Inc. world wide news service which was mostly used by Time--

Q:

1972, I'm sorry.

Heiskell:

--or whether Time should have its own news service, which it always wanted to have so that there wouldn't be any dispute about when Joe Zilch was being sent to South Africa for Fortune and TIME wanted him in Nigeria, or wherever. I suppose all sorts of elemental



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