STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE |
April 7, 2019
| Updated on April 10, 2019 at 1:28 pm
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / AUGUST 15, 1967
One way to beat the heat in an old station wagon: Roll the windows down and stick your feet out.
However, beware passing cars; get too close and there might be a few fewer cool feet.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / AUGUST 30, 1951
Sgt. John C. Stanley of the Honolulu Police Department chats with Junior Police Offi cers Philip Resurreccion,
10, left, Severo Bascon, 11, and Samson Y. Kato, 11.
STARADVERTISER / MARCH 2, 1971
Ingrid Kang, chief trainer at Sea Life Park, crouches in a small outrigger canoe in the sparkling noonday
sun and graciously hands a fi sh to Makapuu the whale. Kang teaches Makapuu and the 26 dolphins in
Whaler’s Cove to do new tricks.
STARADVERTISER / DECEMBER 18, 1965
Pillars rise at the intersection of Kapahulu and Harding avenues for a $5.6 million, 0.4-mile overpass to
carry the H-1 freeway into Kaimuki, slated to be completed in mid-1967.
STARADVERTISER / MARCH 25, 1962
Thousands of islanders and visitors lined Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki last night to watch the Honolulu
Japanese Junior Chamber of Commerce’s annual Cherry Blossom parade. The parade began at Fort
DeRussy and ended at the Waikiki Shell where a show was staged.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / OCTOBER 22, 1966
George Q. Cannon, president of Meadow Gold Dairies Hawaii, shows a drawing of the company’s new ice
cream plant to 7-year-old Larry Adres of 3554 Kalihi St. In the background is the Purity Inn ice cream parlor
at the corner of Keeaumoku and Beretania streets, the site of the new Meadow Gold plant.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / FEBRUARY 28, 1977
Olomana (Robert Beaumont, sitting left, and Jerry Santos, standing left), Booga Booga (center, Ed
Kaahea, Rap Reiplinger and James Grant Benton, standing) and the Brothers Cazimero (Robert and
Roland, right) were part of the lineup scheduled for the second annual Hawaii Contemporary Music
Festival on March 20, 1977, at the Blaisdell Arena.