Gasco President Bruce A. McCandless shows off appliances that illustrate the history of the gas industry
— a gas light, a gas range and a new infrared barbecue.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / APRIL 29, 1971
All sorts of information is kept on disc packs, foreground, which can be run through high speed access
memory devices. Stephen A. Moore, Pacific District manager for Control Data, center, talks to Elliott M.
Fox, who is in charge of Saigon operations. Dennis Fukumoto, the operator at left, is working on a display
station. Computers are in the background.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JULY 27, 1971
Aikahi Park Chevron station in Kailua struck a blow for women’s lib and there’s not a male chauvinist in
the area who’s complaining. Jill Feiteira, left, and Aleta Fasone man the pumps, and check oil and water.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / SEPTEMBER 20, 1954
Thirty mainland employees of F.W. Woolworth Co. arrived by United Airlines with Woolworth’s San Francisco
District Personnel Director G.M. Maddox, center standing with briefcase, to assist in training Honolulu
employees of the new Woolworth store, which was scheduled to open at Fort and Hotel streets Oct. 14.
Maddox said he was flooded with requests from mainland employees wanting to come to the islands.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JUNE 27, 1979
This Texaco station in Waikiki has reduced gasoline prices on all grades with regular gasoline now selling
for 86.9 cents a gallon.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / FEBRUARY 8, 1950
Beverly Farrington, daughter of Joseph R. Farrington, Hawaii’s delegate to Congress, rehearses a hula
before performing on television for the Heart Fund in New York. Coaching her is master of ceremonies
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / AUGUST 1, 1973
There is a startling difference between the appearance of the old Scottish sailing ship Falls of Clyde when
it fi rst arrived in Honolulu 10 years ago and today. Some $500,000 has been spent to restore the 95-yearold
four-masted ship. It arrived in Hawaii mastless, after being used as a floating oil depot liner.