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CHICAGO: The Chicago Association of Direct Marketing in late June hosted its 1999 Tempo Awards at the Palmer House Hilton. The awards committee took time out from the festivities for a brief photo (l. to r.): Ian Scarlett, senior account exec, Solar Communications; Bob Cleary, account exec, Service Graphics; Glenn Chelius, account exec, World Color Direct; Laura Solomon, manager of circulation, Chicago Tribune; Clive McLean, managing director, FCB Direct, Chicago; and Kyle Heath, VP-group account director, Jacobs & Clevenger.

NEW YORK: Natural History treated members of the New York advertising community to a night at the movies at the American Museum of Natural History's IMAX theater. Waiting for the doors to open were (l. to r.): Mark Furlong, publisher, Natural History; Henry Johnston, partner and management supervisor, Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide; Rebecca Tillet, associate director of corporate communications; Pfizer Corp.; Tua Marklund; Daniel Arenhholm, account exec, Cox Advertising; and Bruce Stutz, editor in chief, Natural History.

NEW YORK: Outside hosted a cocktail reception for advertisers at TriBeCa Grill that featured Robert Kennedy Jr. (c.). Mr. Kennedy was profiled in the monthly and on Outside TV recently. Flanking Mr. Kennedy are John Fales, eastern ad director, Outside, and Les Guthman, exec VP, Outside TV.

WASHINGTON: American Advertising Federation's 1999 American Advertising Conference at the J.W. Marriott Hotel brought together (l. to r.): Richard Schade, VP, NBC; Wally Snyder, president-CEO of AAF; Derek Ungless, exec VP-creative director, Brooks Brothers; and Paul Atkinson, VP-advertising, Dow Jones & Co.

NEW YORK: Hearst Magazines toasted John Mack Carter (2nd l.), retiring president of Hearst Magazines Enterprises, with a reception at the Sky Club. Among those raising a glass (l. to r.): Chris Lambiase, VP-publisher, SmartMoney; Chris Little, president, Meredith Corp. Publishing Group; Carlo Vittorini, publisher,

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