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September 8, 1988 | VICTOR VALLE, Times Staff Writer
KTLA Channel 5, the first station in the nation to broadcast its programs in English and Spanish simultaneously, today becomes the first station to air a commercial the same way. The 30-second spot for the Rice Growers Assn. of California will be aired periodically during the more than 20 hours of programming that the station airs each week in both English and Spanish, KTLA officials said Wednesday.
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November 18, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Japan's refusal to import U.S. rice is the work of an "evil empire" of cooperatives manipulating its agricultural scene, the head of the U.S. Rice Millers' Assn. said Thursday. "(It) is a fantastic example of economic distortion and it basically stinks," said Stephen Gabbert, president of the group of rice producers. He said Japan could start to ease much of what he sees as its social problems by liberalizing its strictly controlled rice market. In October, U.S. Trade Representative Clayton K.
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November 18, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Japan's refusal to import U.S. rice is the work of an "evil empire" of cooperatives manipulating its agricultural scene, the head of the U.S. Rice Millers' Assn. said Thursday. "(It) is a fantastic example of economic distortion and it basically stinks," said Stephen Gabbert, president of the group of rice producers. He said Japan could start to ease much of what he sees as its social problems by liberalizing its strictly controlled rice market. In October, U.S. Trade Representative Clayton K.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 8, 1988 | VICTOR VALLE, Times Staff Writer
KTLA Channel 5, the first station in the nation to broadcast its programs in English and Spanish simultaneously, today becomes the first station to air a commercial the same way. The 30-second spot for the Rice Growers Assn. of California will be aired periodically during the more than 20 hours of programming that the station airs each week in both English and Spanish, KTLA officials said Wednesday.
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