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Philip G. Howlett
August 11, 1980
When Senior Reporter Paula Phelps was a child in Pittsburgh, she had a friend named Chuck Zivic, whose father, Fritzie, had been welterweight boxing champion of the world. After Zivic's victories, he and Chuck would be driven around town in an open convertible—and Paula would be beside them, or, rather, on the floor beside them.
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August 11, 1980

Letter From The Publisher

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Three weeks ago Phelps researched the story on ultralight airplanes that appeared in our July 21 issue, but she never did get to pilot one of the ultralights. Seems ol' Pee Wee couldn't reach the foot bar.

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