A $215,000 appropriation has been written into the House-passed public works bill for a Pali Lookout tourist attraction. Spearheaded by representatives Frank W.C. Loo and Peter S. Iha, the appropriation would be used to build a lodge, rest rooms, restaurant and souvenir shops, as well as a lookout.
Australia will not bombard Kahoolawe during the 1984 RIMPAC military exercises in Hawaiian waters. The announcement was made yesterday by the Protect Kahoolawe Ohana at a news conference outside the State Capitol.
Some schools call it Early Prevention of School Failure; others call it Early Intervention for School Success. The names don’t matter since the goal is the same: to spot problems and correct them before they’ve had a chance to grow.
The State Attorney General's office has issued an opinion that the loyalty oath required of candidates for office in Hawaii is invalid. One week ago, in a similar opinion, it declared that the loyalty oath required of State and County employees and officers was made invalid by a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
A fisherman has asked the City Council to look into "a deplorable situation" at Black Point Road where, he says, residents are taking away "the heritage of the people of Hawaii to use all beaches and seashores without undue interference."
Hawaii proudly saluted the three Apollo 8 moonfliers yesterday as they set foot on land for the first time since they were launched on a half-million-mile voyage around the moon and back. More than 10,000 persons braved rain-threatening skies at Hickam Air Force Base to extend a warm aloha to them.
WASHINGTON >> The Bishop Estate and the Internal Revenue Service have reached an agreement that will allow the estate to sell its residential leaseholds in Hawaii without having to pay taxes on the proceeds.