Kailuans tried out their first fallout shelter. From left are Kathleen Williams, her grandmother Mrs. M.E.
Williams, her father David and brothers Jeff and Mark on the bunks.
STARADVERTISER / DECEMBER 22, 1962
A police officer hit the wrong lever, sounding the wrong siren and leading many people to believe Oahu
was about to come under a nuclear attack instead of being endangered by a tidal wave from an earthquake
in the Aleutians at 10:49 p.m. The alert was called off about four hours later.
STARADVERTISER / MARCH 15, 1953
Chubby Roland starts his “Hey Kids” program tonight on KGU interviewing some of the Cub Scouts from
Den 5, Pack 115, Aina Haina. In the front row are Joe Gerald, left, Melvin Miura, Roland, Bobby Cloutier
and Samuel Pang. In the back row are Carl Kinoshita, left, Wayne Hirata and Hajime Harauchi.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / NOVEMBER 1, 1954
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, leaders of 186 nature lovers touring Hawaii and Kauai, got right into the Hawaiian
spirit when they arrived on the Lurline. Helping them along were hula dancers Elsie Hummel, left,
Beatrice Kalaiwaa and Audrey Rego.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / FEBRUARY 11, 1956
Mary Kapeliela, left, and Bernadine Ah Nee, right, modeled the new-style Trans-Pacific Airlines hostess
sarong uniforms, which will replace the old-type uniform that Georgette Collins, center, is wearing.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / OCTOBER 13, 1956
The Spencecliff System has opened its 12th restaurant in Honolulu and in doing so has brought to Waikiki
some of the flavor of another part of Polynesia. It is the $200,000 Tahitian Lanai, with its Papeete Bar, in
the new Waikikian hotel on Ala Moana Boulevard. The Tahitian Lanai overlooks the hotel’s freshwater
swimming pool and Henry Kaiser’s saltwater lagoon as well as the beach and yacht basin.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JANUARY 9, 1956
The Post Office Department, in keeping pace with the growth of Kaimuki, opened a new postal station at
1139 Koko Head Ave. A band played to celebrate the opening.