April 14, 2019
| Updated on April 16, 2019 at 8:01 pm
STARADVERTISER / DECEMBER 14, 1966
The empty shell of this automobile, a monument to car strippers, mars the scenic beauty of the area near
the Hilton Hawaiian Village lagoon.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / APRIL 1, 1970
Graduates of the 1924 class at McKinley High School laughed about the good old days at their reunion.
Among those attending were Sen. Hiram L. Fong, left, Edward Himrod, Chinn Ho and Associate Justice
Masaji Marumoto. Himrod courted controversy at the high school when he was a teacher in his earlier
years by writing the high school alma mater strictly in English, excluding Hawaiian words.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / MAY 5, 1985
Hundreds of people bid on 23 cars, a speedboat, an airplane and an assortment of daggers, guns,
paintings, sculptures and these suits of armor during the two-day auction of the last of Ronald Rewald’s
personal belongings. Rewald was an investment counselor who was found guilty on 94 felony counts of
fraud, perjury and tax evasion.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / OCTOBER 23, 1975
A spectator, at far left, plays the spoons as Genoa Keawe and her group perform at the Aloha Grill.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JANUARY 19, 1975
This father and his three children take a “scenic” tour of the Ala Wai Canal, dodging debris, of course.
The Ala Wai seems dirtier than usual this week after heavy rain.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / AUGUST 11, 1971
These four Star-Bulletin carriers each won a portable television set as prizes for finishing in the top four
places in a Honolulu subscription-selling contest for city newspaperboys. The 13-year-old boys are Elmer
Nakao, left, fourth place; Paul Hogan, third place; Robert Woosley, second place; and Arthur Ong, first place.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / OCTOBER 31, 1955
Dr. David Katsuki, Honolulu city and county physician, tries out the new city and county ambulance.
Patrick D. Olds, Schuman Carriage Co. sales representative, is at right. At left are Edward P. Toner,
business manager for the Honolulu Health Department, and Thomas Cummings, an ambulance driver.