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NEW YORK: Receiving Obie awards at a reception at Manhattan Center for outstanding outdoor advertising is this trio from Ogilvy & Mather (l. to r.): Byran Burlison, art director, Rick Knief, art director, and Josh Tavlin, copywriter.

NEW YORK: Us hosted a luncheon for editors and advertisers that featured Anthony Edwards (2nd r.) of NBC's "ER." Finding time to ask about behind-the-scenes issues on the series were (l. to r.): Jann Wenner, editor in chief, an d Andrew Amill, publisher, both of Us; and Barbara O'Dair, editor, Us.

HEIDELBERG, GERMANY: At its spring conference, the Association of Promotion Marketing Agencies Worldwide recognized members of the promotion industry, including David Tridle (l.), chief operating officer, Frankel & Co., honored as the group's 1996 Promotion Marketing Professional of the Year; and Keith Bantick (r.), past chairman of Promotional Campaigns Worldwide, who was inducted into the APMA Hall of Fame. Congratulating the honorees is Keith McCracken, p resident, McCracken Brooks Communications, and president of APMA Worldwide.

NEW YORK: Magazine Publishers of America held a luncheon to recognize winners of National Magazine Awards at the Waldorf Astoria. Inducted into the Editors' Hall of Fame were Henry Anatole Grunwald of Time Inc. (2nd l.) and Sey C hassler, former editor in chief, Redbook. Flanking the new hall-of-famers are Betsy Carter, editor in chief, New Woman,

and Frank Lalli, managing editor, Money.

PARAMUS, N.J.: The 24th Annual MS Spring Golf Classic was held at the Ridgewood Country Club, with 200 golfers from advertising and media rasing money for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Members of the committee included (l. to r.): Ken Wallace, publisher, Prevention; Dena Sheridan, administrative assistant, and Michael Lotito, executive director-account services, both of Ammirati Puris Lintas; Paul Zuckerman, principal, marketing consultancy Paul Zuckerman Enterprises; Don Mahoney, publishing director, Sports Illustrated; Dan Couchman, sales engineer, Siemens Corp.; and Keith Bowen, VP, Turner Kids Television.

RICHMOND, VA.: Brad Armstrong (l.), exec VP of the Martin Agency, is congratulated by Richmond Adclub President David Howard on being named the club's Ad Person of the Year.

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