January 12, 2020
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STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / MAY 14, 1959
Patrons of the Library of Hawaii range from children to doctors of philosophy. Thanks to the Legislature’s
rescinding of a proposed $300,000 budget cut, the Library of Hawaii can restore services, lengthen hours
where they had been shortened, and add employees for cataloging, repair and binding.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JUNE 15, 1982
Schofield Barracks soldiers manned the cannons last night at Hamilton Field during a tattoo held to mark
the 207th birthday of the army. Each cannon was fired individually as each fl ag was presented, and the
action was captured in a time-exposed photo.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JANUARY 27, 1985
The Razamataz dancers showed judges what they’re made of in Hawaii’s state championship team aerobic
dance contest at the third annual Health and Fitness Fair in the Neal Blaisdell Center. The dance team from
the International Fitness & Racquetball Center won first place with 95.6 points out of 100.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JUNE 16, 1975
Once a month, piled high in a yard along Kamehameha Highway in Hauula, you’ll find boxes of corned
beef, tuna, mayonnaise, vegetable soup, gallon jars of cooking oil, shoyu and bags of sugar under the
shade of two blue tents. Welcome to the People’s Food Co-op, Hauula’s version of an open-air market, run
by a group of female volunteers.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / NOVEMBER 2, 1957
Cover girl Joyce Ontai aided in breaking ground yesterday for the $1 million Windward City shopping
center at Kamehameha Highway and Kaneohe Bay Drive. With her are Marvin H. Elton, left, president of
Windward City Ltd. and vice president of Nordic Construction; architect Howard L. Cook of Wimberly &
Cook; H.W.B. White, executive vice president of Kaneohe Ranch Co., which leased 15 acres to the shopping
center; and Carl Panfiglio, vice president of the corporation.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / APRIL 27, 1964
Tony Todaro, right, who is raising funds for a pro-civil rights ad in the Washington Post, receives
a $100 check from the East-West Center Grantees Association. The ad would counter messages such as
“$100 billion blackjack: The Civil Rights Bill,” sponsored by Mississippi. Pictured are Josephine Zara, left,
of the Philippines; James Hall, association president; Orach Faustino of Uganda; Tom Korson of the
United States; and M.A. Khaleque of Pakistan.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / OCTOBER 7, 1981
Wow! Hey, Mom, look at us up here on the firetruck with capes ’n’ hats and everything! The king and
queen of Fire Prevention Week in Hawaii — Reed Tokoro, 11, of Kaneohe and Jennifer Hanson, 9, of Pearl
City — pose regally on Snorkel 9 during a fire safety demonstration at the Shriners Hospital for Children.