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NEW YORK: Eric Jackson (c.), manager of communications for Ciba Self-Medication, is flanked by "Chicago Hope" star Mark Harmon (l.) and Phil Kantor, business unit manager for Maalox, as he announces a "One-Minute Maalox" awar ds program. It will honor people who demonstrated fast action in critical situations; Mr. Harmon will host an awards dinner in January.

NEW YORK: Anna Richey (2nd r.), 17, of Brentwood, Tenn., who submitted the winning new nail polish color-Ciel de Nuit (night sky)-in a contest sponsored by Chanel and Seventeen, is accompanied on a shopping tour by (from l.) Jane t Grossman, president-advertising and marketing, K-III Magazines; Jean Hoehn Zimmerman, senior VP-marketing and sales, Chanel; and Lori Burgess, publisher of Seventeen.

NEW YORK: Jonathan Adams (l.), media supervisor, Lowe & Partners/SMS, and Karen Adams (2nd l.) of the Advertising Council staff, are welcomed to a Snow Country party by VP-Publisher Laura McEwen and Account Exec Chris McLoughlin. T he magazine was celebrating its new look, logo and design.

NEW YORK: Thirty-year Young & Rubicam veteran Clark Frankel (2nd l.), creative director, receives a gift and congratulations from Ted Bell (l.), vice chairman, and senior VPs Steve Davis and Bonnie Bohne.

CHICAGO: Leo Burnett Co. hosted its first African-American Media

Day, bringing together (from l.) Lydia Cole, VP, Black Entertainment Television; Vernon Jarrett, WLS-TV; John Johnson, chairman-CEO, Johnson Publishing Co.; Lerone Bennett Jr. , executive editor, Ebony; Amy Hilliard-Jones, president, HilliardJones Marketing Group; Ken Smikle, president, Target Market News; Karen Coleman, VP-assistant media director, Burnett; and Tim McNeil, programming executive,

Warner Bros. TV.

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NEW YORK: Self magazine Editor in Chief Rochelle Udell (l.) and Publisher Beth Fuchs Brenner (3rd r.) pose with executives of companies honored at the magazine's Pink Ribbon Award luncheon for their work in the fight against brea st cancer. From 2nd left: Ellen Rohde, VP-advertising and strategic planning, Lee Apparel Co.; Geralyn Lucas, story editor for ABC News and "20/20"; Elizabeth Coleman, chairman-CEO, Maidenform; and James Preston, chairman-CEO, Avon.

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