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PEOPLE;PHOTO REVIEW

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NEW YORK: Conde Nast Publications and Volunteers of America conducted

a clothing drive for the needy among ad agencies nationwide. Here, at a

call on Bozell Worldwide, are (from l.) Richard Salyer, president-CEO

of Volunteers of America-Greater New York; Michael Clinton, exec VP,

Conde Nast Publications; Joel Kushins, managing partner, Bozell; and

Julie Matt, CN's clothing collective coordinator.

NEW YORK: The Village People singing group provided the entertainment at

Parents and Child magazines' anniversary party at The Supper Club. Joining them were Lee Doyle, senior VP, Ammirati Puris Lintas; Jayne Jamison, group publisher, Parents and Child; and Barbara Langbecker, associate media director, Grey Advertising.

NEW YORK: Mike Naples (2nd r.), outgoing president of the Advertising Research Foundation, was honored at a dinner hosted by ARF. With him were (from l.): Wayne McCullough, director of research, IBM; Sara Lipson, director of marketing sciences, AT&T; Ira Schloss, director of planning, Thomas Publishing Co.; and John Dimling, president-chief operating officer, Nielsen Media Research.

NEW YORK: Magazine Day in New York activities, hosted by Magazine Publishers of America, brought together (from l.) Don Kummerfeld, MPA president; Ruth Anne Miller, VP-marketing, Donna Karan Beauty Co.; Steve Florio, president, C onde Nast Publications; Phil Guarascio, VP, General Motors Corp; and Audrey Arnold, VP-publisher, Penthouse.

NEW YORK: Ready for the New York Cannes Gala at Lincoln Center were (from l.) Geoff Thompson, exec VP worldwide, Foote, Cone & Belding; Catherine St. Jean, director, Advertising Women of New York Foundation; Gary Goldsmith, found er, Goldsmith/Jeffrey; Anne-Marie Marcus, senior VP, Screen Cinema Network; and Ron Berger, partner, Messner Vetere Berger McNamee Schmetterer/Euro RSCG.

CHICAGO: The first Cardiss Collins Scholarship for Diversity in

Advertising, sponsored by the American Advertising Foundation, was awarded

to Michelle Connley of Carbondale, Ill. At the award luncheon were (from l.) Kim Rotzoll, dean of advertising, University of Illinois (where recipients will attend); Geraldine Pratt, Ms. Connley's aunt; Thomas Burrell, chairman-CEO, Burrell Communications Group; Ms. Connley; Jack Loftus, VP-communications, Nielsen Media Research; Rep. Cardiss Collins (D., Ill.); Mary Ellen Woolley, executive director, AAF; and Vincent T. Cullers, president-CEO, Vince Cullers Advertising.

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