LAS VEGAS: The Television Bureau of Advertising held its annual marketing conference, titled "What Next? Tomorrow Meets Today," at the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel. Among those attending (from l.): Jean Pool, president, MindShare; Tim McAuliff, chairman-CEO, Petry Media Corp.; Grace Gilchrist, VP-general manager, WXYZ-TV, Detroit; and Alan Frank, president, Post Newsweek Stations.
NEW YORK: Hachette Filippachi Magazines President-CEO Jack Kliger (2nd r.) received the American Jewish Committee's National Human Relations Award at a ceremony early this month at the New York Hilton. Offering congratulations are (from l.): David Pecker, chairman-CEO and president, American Media; Sen. Bill Bradley; Ernestine Schlant, professor and wife of Sen. Bradley; and David Altshuler, president, Trust for Jewish Philanthropy.
NEW YORK: The American Society of Magazine Editors inducted John Mack Carter (c.), former editor in chief of Good Housekeeping, into its Hall of Fame at a reception during the National Magazine Awards at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. Flanking Mr. Carter are critic Gene Shalit and Marlene Kahan, executive director, ASME.
LONG BEACH, CALIF.: Time Inc.'s People tied in as a sponsor with the Toyota Pro-Celebrity Race at the Toyota Grand Prix. Pausing from the drive for a picture, celebrity driver George Lucas (2nd l.) is joined by (from l.): Les Unger, national motorsports manager, Toyota Motor Sales USA; and Sally Masters, western advertising sales director, and Peter Bauer, publisher, both of People.