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NEW YORK: At a panel discussion on how to make public service advertising more effective, hosted by the One Club for Art & Copy, were (from l.) Lynn Bowersox, director of communications, Children's Defense Fund; Ruth Wooden, pres ident-CEO, The Advertising Council; Maggie Williams, assistant to the president and chief of staff to Hillary Rodham Clinton; Reg Brack, chairman, Time Inc.; Gloria Primm Brown, program officer, Carnegie Foundation; and Fred Senn, partner-group director, Fallon McElligott.
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