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NEW YORK: Jim Gallagher, president of Gallagher Group, hugs a chimp and Susan Lucci, his two stars in new Ford Explorer TV spots for the New York District Ford Dealers Association.

NEW YORK: Jay Schulberg (c.), vice chairman-chief creative officer of Bozell Worldwide, given the Distinguished Service Award by the International Rescue Committee, a pro bono account, is congratulated by Grace DePaola, staff director-brand advertising for client Bell Atlantic Nynex Mobile, and Assistant Secretary of State Winston Lord. Bozell also received the group's Corporate Responsibility Award at the IRC Freedom Award dinner.

NEW YORK: Advertising Council President Ruth Wooden (l.) talks with Dorothy Larsen and Ralph Larsen, chairman-CEO of Johnson & Johnson, who received the Ad Council's Distinguished Public Service Award at its annual awards dinner.

UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif.: Ira Mayer (2nd r.), publisher of

Entertainment Marketing Newsletter, published by EPM Communications, presents the EPM Entertainment Marketer of the Year awards to a team from 20th Century Fox (from l.): Roland Mesa, senior VP-creative advertising and marketing; Nancy Utley, exec VP-marketing; Jeffrey Godsick, senior VP-publicity and promotions; and Bob Harper, president-marketing.

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LAS VEGAS: CMP Media celebrated its 25th anniversary by hiring Penn &

Teller to do a special magic show for CMP advertisers at Bally's during

Comdex Fall. Noted tech fan Penn Jillette cracked a few jokes about rival Ziff-Davis Pu blishing Co., offering the disclaimer that he had been fired

as a columnist by Ziff's PC Computing. At top here is CMP President-CEO Michael Leeds. Others are (from l.) Penn; Dan Leeds, CMP president of international; Teller; Barba ra Kerbel, CMP VP-corporate communications; and Ken Cron, CMP president of publishing.

CHICAGO: Business Marketing held its second annual Business-to-Business Media Strategists Awards, sponsored by Business Week and hosted by comedian Robert Klein. Attendees included (from left, front row) Carol Karpa, Rhonda Bridg es, Vickie Szombathy, Karen Egolf (Business Marketing editor); (second row) Kieran Hannon, Bob Storch, Art Edelstein, Jana Doll, Dong Kim; (third row) Bill Kupper (Business Week senior VP-sales), Robert Klein, Thom Campbell and Bill Hebel.

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