The old Shinto Shrine, being restored at Kukui Street and College Walk in the Kukui redevelopment area,
contrasts sharply with the Pacific Business Plaza, in the background. These two structures typify the older
Oriental and more cosmopolitan architecture common in Honolulu. The temple is being restored after an
ongoing fight by members of the Izumo Taisha Kyo Temple mission to keep it from being destroyed.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JANUARY 10, 1973
About 1,000 fans crushed into the fences at the Hilton Hawaiian Village helicopter pad as “The King”
Elvis Presley arrived. The occasion was filmed to be used as the opening sequence of his satellite-live
Kui Lee Cancer Fund benefit concert.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / APRIL 2, 1964
The Project Mercury capsule, with which Honolulu’s own astronaut Gordon Cooper orbited Earth 22
times, arrives for a four-day exhibition at Iolani Palace. Plexiglas on the Faith 7 capsule, which replaced
its heat shield, reveals the electronic interior.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JUNE 5, 1981
Still dressed in headgear from a play they presented at Ahrens Elementary School in Waipahu, fifth graders
Corey Okuno, left, Ness Nakamura, Glenn Biano and Rodolfo Nono expended their remaining energy
at a chess board earlier this week. Standing behind them were Robert Carino and Jocelyn Ayson.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / OCTOBER 31, 1960
Seven-year-old Debra Sue Anderson gets a Halloween scare at the Pearl Harbor Submarine Base. She is
the daughter of Chief Yeoman and Mrs. B.L. Anderson. The diving helmet is haunted by … a light bulb!
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JANUARY 20, 1962
This thin blanket of snow on the Big Island’s Saddle Road isn’t much by mainland standards, but whenever
it falls it attracts children. Enjoying the winter wonderland about 20 miles from Hilo were Wayne
Yonemori, left, Kim Kadooka (being held), Thelma Yonemori, Peggy Kadooka and Yvonne Yoshimi.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / SEPTEMBER 21, 1964
An unique program for the visually impaired is available at McKinley High School. Students who are
blind or partially sighted are enrolled in regular classes with the help of specially trained teachers and a
resource room for guidance and instruction. A projection magnifier donated by the Honolulu Lions Club
is being used by sophomore Philip Sheridan to take a French test.