SPACE CHAMPS: Roger Wolf (l.), president-creative director;
Kathleen Hudacek, administrative assistant; and Raymond Jessee, art director, of Wolf Jessee Pacquin Communications, Cocoa, Fla., display Best of Show and Judge's awards won at the Space Coast Advertising Federation's Addy Awards banquet.
DIVERSITY: Jay Chiat (l.), chairman emeritus of TBWA Chiat/Day,
and Milt Gossett (c.), chairman emeritus of Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising, among the recipients of Diversity Achievement Awards for fostering diversity in advertising, meet with Chuck Stone, professor of journalism and mass communications, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
JUDGING THE BEST: Getting ready to select winners in the Advertising Age The Best Awards ad competition in Chicago were this year's
judges (from left): Ralph McGill, senior VP-creative director, Austin Kelly Advertising, Atlanta; Mary Lou Floyd, general manager, AT&T Internet site, New York; Robert Goldsborough, corporate projects editor, Advertising Age; Josh Denberg, senior copywriter, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, San Francisco; Mike Rogers (chief judge),
exec VP-creative director, DDB Needham Worldwide, New York; and Scott Helbing, VP-communications, Reebok, Stoughton, Mass.
DISCUSSING CHILDREN: First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton (2nd r.) joined a panel discussion on the future of American children hosted by Good Housekeeping in Chicago. With her here (from l.): Bob Bernstein, account media director, J. Walter Thompson USA; Jeff Hamill, ad director, GH; Ellen Levine, editor in chief, GH; Alan Waxenberg, senior VP-publisher, GH; Shari Wall, senior partner-media director, JWT; and Mary Adolf of the National Cattleman's Beef Association.
BEST OF LUCK: Toasting new Success Ad Director Christopher Chalk
(r.) at a party hosted by the magazine were (from l.) Media Supervisor Sean Smith and Media Planner Phyllis Carluzzo of Griffin Bacal, and Success Account Manager Lauren Brogan.