NEW MIDWAY OWNERS INHERIT FREQUENT FLIER MESS; NIKE PLANS MORE ANTI-STRIKE BASEBALL ADS; BURGER KING MIXES OLD FOOTAGE WITH NEW ADS; COKE UNEASY OVER `NATURAL BORN KILLERS'; J&J MAY GIVE $50M ASSIGNMENT TO Y&R; ANA LOSES PAIR OF SENIOR EXECS; P&G SEES RED, SUES REVLON OVER CHARLIE; AD SPENDING SLOWS IN EUROPE IN 1993; NOW THERE'S SHAQ-FU VIDEOGAME; PEARLSTINE MAY SUCCEED MCMANUS AT TIME INC.; BAYER BESS MAY REJECT OFFERS AS TOO LOW; OGILVY L.A. TO HANDLE IBM SOFTWARE, MCGEE RISES; FIGHT PROMISED ON MICHIGAN SALES TAX; SARA LEE JUST MY SIZE ACCOUNT IN REVIEW; IT'S BREAK TIME FOR CONGRESS, AND ADVOCACY ADS; NYT DENIES MAGAZINE GROUP FOR SALE; DIAL TO GIVE BODY WASH $30M IN MARKETING SUPPORT;CHINA TO INCREASE STATE CONTROL OVER AD INDUSTRY; SINGAPORE CONDEMNS ADS WITH `HARMFUL VALUES'; GAMES BRING $30M TO AUSTRALIA'S NETWORK TEN; CATHAY PACIFIC EMBARKS ON $30M RENEWAL; JAPAN EMBARKS ON LABATT'S `QUEST FOR ICE'; INDIAN AIRLINES HIKES BUDGET TENFOLD, SEEKS SHOP; NEW WOMEN'S TITLES HIT POLAND, GERMANY; IBM, MICROSOFT, BRAZIL BANK TEAM ON PACKAGE; FAIRFAX PROFITS LEAP DOWN UNDER; LANDS' END DISTRIBUTES CATALOGS TO JAPAN; WARNER TO BRINGS MULTIPLEX CINEMAS TO INDIA; ACCOUNT ACTION; MEDIA MOVES; NEW CAMPAIGNS; COMINGS & GOINGS; FOR THE RECORD

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