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NEW YORK: At Glamour's breakfast to hail its selections for 1996 Women of the Year, Publisher Mary Berner (from l.) welcomes tennis star Martina Navratilova, a 1994 honoree, and two executives from breakfast sponsor Coca-Cola Co.: Lauren Bryant, assistant VP of marketing operations, Diet Coke, and Diana Garza, manager of media relations for Diet Coke.

NEW YORK: At a launch party for Bloomberg Personal magazine, Michael Bloomberg (r.), CEO of Bloomberg Financial Markets, chats with (from l.) Paul Grimes, account exec, Bloomberg Personal; Nadine Witkin, PR associate, William Morri s Agency; Dianne Clarke, also an account exec for the publication; and Bob Liley, president, Western International Media.

NEW YORK: Cooking Light, anticipating its 10th anniversary next year, held a pre-celebration party for the ad community. Pre-celebrants here are (from

l.) Lisa Mann, media planner, Grey Advertising; Robyn Kestenbaum, media planner, D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles; Kathi Sottosanti, account manager, Cooking Light; and Shelly Butler, assistant media planner, DMB&B.

NEW YORK: Playboy Publisher Richard Kinsler, at a party in the home of writer George Plimpton to celebrate the magazine's December issue, is joined by (from 2nd l.) Sue Jaffe, Playboy account exec; Barbara Jasinski, executive direc tor of marketing, Estee Lauder; and Lauren Friedman, marketing director for Lauder's Aramis and Havana brands. Mr. Plimpton's article, "Hangin' with the Prez," is in the issue.

NEW YORK: John Hegarty (2nd r.), chairman-creative director, Bartle Bogle Hegarty, was guest lecturer at the One Club for Art & Copy's 1996 Design & Art Direction Winners Exhibition. With him (from l.): Eric McClellan, executive creative director, TBWA Chiat/Day; David Kester, director, British Design & Art Direction; Mary Warlick, executive director, the One Club; and Bill Oberlander (r.), executive creative director, Kirshenbaum & Bond.

FAR HILLS, N.J.: Among the foursomes at AT&T's 7th annual Steven A. Cox Charity Classic at Fiddler's Elbow Country Club were (from l.) Steve Lanzano, senior VP, Foote, Cone & Belding; Steve Werfel, sales rep, The Wall Street Journa l; Dave Briggs, eastern regional manager, WSJ; and

Ira Cohen, division manager-consumer advertising, AT&T. The event

raised $306,000 for New Jersey-based charities.

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