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July 22, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

It's doubtful Turner's greeting was heard outside the country, however. Israeli overseas radio broadcasts went off the air Tuesday for the first time for 12 years because of a strike by journalists demanding pay equal to that of reporters at privately-owned newspapers. The 24-hour-strike halted programs in all 17 languages in which state-owned Kol Israel (Voice of Israel) transmits abroad daily, the officials said.

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