All eyes turn to Frederic Chun during a discussion of the Miss Hawaii Pageant at the Waikiki Shell. Chun,
a contest judge, met the candidates at the Princess Kaiulani Hotel breakfast for contestants and judges.
Clockwise from Chun are Patricia Leona Balanon; Haydon Cheigh, pageant publicity chairman;
Germaine Lamme Tanigawa; Gabriella Haleakala I, 1960 Miss Hawaii; Elena Momilani Wood; Robert Tom,
pageant budget chairman; and Marilynn Mei Lin Au.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / FEBRUARY 17, 1985
The Shibui, with its debris of drunken sailors and bottles, won the commodore’s best overall award in the
annual Hawaii Yacht Club/Waikiki Yacht Club parade that kicks off the yacht racing season.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / FEBRUARY 28, 1963
Herbert Waki, second from right, manager of the University of Hawaii’s experiment farm at Waimanalo,
points out features of sugar cane-raising there to agriculture students from Okinawa.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JULY 22, 1966
The narrow Beretania Street Bridge over Nuuanu Stream, built in 1933, is going to be replaced by a sixlane,
$240,000 bridge which will open early next year. The new bridge will tie in with the Kukui Urban
Renewal area. Beretania Street will be widened to six lanes on the downtown side of the bridge.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / SEPTEMBER 15, 1972
This sign on the 2100 block of Kalakaua Avenue was an indication of what the Honolulu Police Department
thought would be many attempts to take advantage of legalized social gambling that went into effect
the following year with the Hawaii Penal Code.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JULY 29, 1948
Engine company 29 and Fire Chief H.A. Smith formally opened the new McCully fire station at University
Avenue and Date Street. Pictured are J.I. Mamiya, left, hoseman; Richard Shimizu, hoseman; P.H. Kaaihue
Jr., hoseman; J.K. Kukea, engineer; L.M. Kwaitowski, hoseman; and R.L. Young, lieutenant. Seated are
O.S. Stone, captain; Ogden Cummings, engineer; and, far right, Chief Smith.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / NOVEMBER 13, 1968
Gerry Jordan of AITS Inc. and contractor Richard L. Banks shake hands as they prepare for the demolition
of a Waikiki landmark. The 50-year-old Aoki’s Market and adjoining buildings at Kalakaua and Ohua
avenues are being torn down to make room for a 26-story hotel to be completed in 1970.