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August 5, 1989
Mayor Tom Bradley and a number of other city officials Friday welcomed a delegation from Los Angeles' sister city Nagoya, Japan, and accepted a gift of an elaborate scale model festival float to commemorate their 30-year relationship. The 7-foot-tall lacquered-wood float, or "dashi-kurakuri," topped with moving kabuki dolls will be placed on display at City Hall, said Bradley, who put on a royal blue ceremonial robe for the occasion.
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May 26, 1990 | JANE FRITSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ernest Borgnine is not big here. Charles Bronson, Elizabeth Taylor? Yes, of course. Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis? Maybe. Those conclusions emerged from a survey of about a dozen Nagoyans who passed through their city's central park on Friday afternoon as a replica of Hollywood's Walk of Fame was unveiled.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 1990 | JANE FRITSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ernest Borgnine is not big here. Charles Bronson, Elizabeth Taylor? Yes, of course. Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis? Maybe. Those conclusions emerged from a survey of about a dozen Nagoyans who passed through their city's central park on Friday afternoon as a replica of Hollywood's Walk of Fame was unveiled.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 5, 1989
Mayor Tom Bradley and a number of other city officials Friday welcomed a delegation from Los Angeles' sister city Nagoya, Japan, and accepted a gift of an elaborate scale model festival float to commemorate their 30-year relationship. The 7-foot-tall lacquered-wood float, or "dashi-kurakuri," topped with moving kabuki dolls will be placed on display at City Hall, said Bradley, who put on a royal blue ceremonial robe for the occasion.
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