One-year-old Todd Friel, left, and his 2-year-old brother, Scott, are sons of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Friel
Jr. of Nuuanu. The boys will be among the first to register for the 13th annual Honolulu Chinese Junior
Chamber of Commerce Healthy Baby Contest.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / FEBRUARY 2, 1977
Hundreds lined the way as the Aloha Week Royal Court walked from the beach to the Royal Hawaiian
Hotel as part of the Pink Lady’s 50th anniversary. The court was brought to the occasion by the Hokule‘a,
the 60-foot double-hulled voyaging canoe that sailed to Tahiti and back the year before.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / MAY 11, 1967
Crown Terrace children stood with signs as they protested the lack of a community park during a visit by
Mayor Neal S. Blaisdell at a Windward Oahu safari.
STARADVERTISER / MARCH 27, 1976
As seen from Honolulu Harbor, the new Federal Building at Punchbowl and Halekauwila streets dwarfs
the old Falls of Clyde and dominates the city skyline. The $29.5 million building will house the federal
court and agencies now scattered across the island. The building is scheduled to be completed in August.
STARADVERTISER / MARCH 29, 1969
This quiet street isn’t in Waimanalo, Waialua or Waianae. So tranquil that readers may find it hard to believe
that it was taken only last week in Waikiki. This is Kaneloa Road in the heart of the area known as
the Waikiki Jungle.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / FEBRUARY 23, 1990
The city has hired a contractor for $400,000 to begin repairing and restoring the Anahulu Bridge, considered
a historic structure. Motorists in the area are warned there may be delays caused by the work,
which will include cleaning surfaces, repairing cracks in the concrete and replacing some of the steel sections.
This woman found a comfortable spot near the bridge in Haleiwa to fish.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JUNE 19, 1980
Potential buyers inspect fire alarm boxes that were auctioned by the city yesterday. They became obsolete
when pay telephones were rigged so that the emergency number 911 could be dialed without coins.
Only 25 of the 40 boxes available were purchased, with prices ranging from the minimum $100 to $160.