By Star-Advertiser staff |
October 20, 2019
| Updated on October 20, 2019 at 11:25 pm
STAR-ADVERTISER / OCT. 21, 1971
The Makiki Japanese Cemetery, which was opened in 1868, was restored after years of neglect. Unveiling
a new monument to the dead are the Rev. Domyo Fujiki, left, the Rev. Tetsuo Tanaka and contractor Isao
Doi. The cemetery at Pensacola Street and Wilder Avenue contains the remains of early immigrants and
Japanese naval personnel who died while visiting Hawaii in the 1860s.
STAR-ADVERTISER / OCT. 29, 1960
Some Aina Haina youngsters staged a haunted house to raise donations for the United Nations Children’s
Emergency Fund — UNICEF. Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Rossi donated the house, and their children and others
in the neighborhood did a good job making it spooky. Here Stanley Rossi, to the right of the skeleton, and
Tim Fairbanks, behind the witch doctor mask, are greeted at the door by Mark and Thia Rossi.
STAR-ADVERTISER / FEB. 9, 1960
The Hawaiian flag was raised at the North Pole by Lt. Francis L. Wadsworth, left, and Harold L. Meyer,
two Hawaii men aboard the U.S. nuclear-powered submarine Sargo. Earlier, Rear Adm. David M. Tyree,
commander of the Naval Support Force at Antarctica, had raised the Hawaiian flag at Murdo Sound near
the South Pole.
STAR-ADVERTISER / AUG. 13, 1957
Henry Hall will be the center of operations for the new four-year, coed program that St. Louis College will
offer this fall. The college’s name is to be changed to Chaminade College of Honolulu. It will be the fourth
four-year college in Honolulu.
STAR-ADVERTISER / OCT. 7, 1968
Janice Hanato, 8, and Terry Furukawa, 9, previewed a model of the Apollo 7 spaceship that will be on
display at Bishop Museum. Also on exhibit is a scale model of the landing vehicle that will be used in the
moon landing. (Apollo 7 launched off Cape Canaveral, Fla., on Oct. 11, 1968.)
STAR-ADVERTISER / MAY 7, 1958
Six University of Hawaii “ambassadors” who will be guides at the World’s Fair in Brussels — Karen Lind,
left, Robert Matsuda, Carmen Torres, Julian Sur, Harriette Nagata and Gustaf Sproat — left Honolulu yes
terday aboard a Pan American Airways plane for Los Angeles.
STAR-ADVERTISER / FEB. 13, 1973
Mrs. Paul Lemke, her four sisters and a friend reunite around the piano in Lemke’s Kaimuki home. After
Lemke’s husband died she asked the five women to live with her. Clockwise, Mrs. Patrick Morris (playing
the piano), Lemke, Mrs. Eugene Lessing, Harriet Johnson, Mrs. Charles Cole and Mrs. Allan McGowen.