PHOTO REVIEW

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Relaxing on the grounds of the Greenbrier (l. to r.): Chuck Kushell IV, president, Cliff Freeman & Partners; Sherry Kushell, director of market development, J. Crew; Martha Weilbacher and Bill Weilbacher, president, Bismark Corp.; and Gene Kummel, chairman emeritus, McCann-Erickson.

White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.: Time out for socializing: Dick O'Brien (from l.), vice-chairman, Saatchi & Saatchi, chats with Carolyn Sarsen and John Sarsen, president of the Association of National Advertisers, and Pat Herbold and Bob Herbold, senior VP, Procter & Gamble Co., at the American Association of Advertising Agencies' annual meeting last week.

At a buffet luncheon sponsored by The New York Times were (from l.) Janet Robinson, the Times' VP-advertising; Allen Rosenshine, chairman-CEO, BBDO Worldwide; Spencer Plavoukos, chairman-president, Lintas Worldwide; and Bob Czufin, managing director-advertising for the Times.

Awaiting the annual black tie dinner (from l.): Brian Goodall, general manager, Bayer Bess Vanderwarker; Ian Miller, president, Tatham Euro RSCG; Steve Davis, Chicago general manager, J. Walter Thompson USA; and Gerald Levin, chairman-president-CEO, Time Warner.

Awards winners (from l.): CEO Pete Hatt and Chief Creative Officer Bill Borders of Borders, Perrin & Norrander (Four A's A-plus award for agencies under $20 million); Rick Fizdale, chairman, Leo Burnett Co. (A-plus award for agencies over $20 million); and Roy Bergold, VP-creative, McDonald's Corp. (A-plus Advertiser award).

Pinehurst, N.C.: Golfing legend Arnold Palmer (c.), on location for the taping of a new "Shell's Wonderful World of Golf" series, poses with Kevin Ilges (l.), event marketing manager, Shell Oil Co., and Bryan Harding, VP-account director, Ogilvy & Mather, Houston.

Los Angeles: Lauren Chalmers (l.), Los Angeles manager for GQ, helps Noelle Botti, media planner for Bozell, locate St. Martin, where Ms. Botti will head after winning a contest among agency folks run by the magazine.

New York: Attendees at the Ace Awards presentation by the New York chapter of the Business Marketing Association included (from l.) Ronald Schrein, group manager-corporate communications, Ingersoll-Rand Co.; Ned Clausen, senior VP-group director, Griffin Bacal, NYBMA president; Paul McKeefrey, president, McKeefrey & Co.; and George Young, president, Business Marketing Research.

New York: Carlo Vittorini (c.), chairman-publisher-CEO of Parade Publications, accepts the annual Prism Award from L. Jay Oliva (l.), president of New York University, as luncheon chairman James A. Dawson, president-CEO, Quebecor USA Corp., looks on. The university cited Mr. Vittorini for his contributions to the publishing and printing industries.

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