Earl Owen of General Electric is pictured with the new cobalt-60 isotope machine for cancer treatment.
The dark portion of the equipment is where a radioactive pellet is housed in 4,000 pounds of lead.
STARADVERTISER / MARCH 7, 1958
Kaneohe patrolman Joseph H. Medeiros wipes his brow as he stands atop the Nuuanu Pali Lookout, with
part of the Windward Oahu communities his station patrols in the background.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JULY 24, 1964
KGMB News Director Roger Coryell operates a 4-1/2-pound, 4-inch TV camera to be used in fi lming programs
for showing in Hawaii. The $30,000 camera, smallest in Hawaii, will be used to televise Channel 9
interscholastic football games and integrated into the station’s mobile unit.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JANUARY 19, 1972
King’s Alley, a 37,000-square-foot Waikiki shopping arcade on Kaiulani Avenue between Koa Avenue and
Prince Edward Street, is on its way to completion. The complex will hark back to the days of the monarchy,
and the turn-of-the-century flavor of the architecture is clearly visible now.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / MAY 19, 1969
Two men (and a woman) in a tub make a trial run in Ala Wai harbor. The electric craft has twin screws, a
convenient ice bucket and will be rented out for cruises on the Ala Wai Canal. At the helm of the fiberglass
craft is Michael Shea, left, with Charlotte Lord and an unidentifi ed guest.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / FEBRUARY 2, 1960
Mrs. Hiroshi Yoshimoto and Dale Arakaki accept the first Heart Fund donation. The Hawaii Heart Association
program opened a fund drive seeking $125,000 in one month.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JULY 11, 1966
There’s hardly room for a cow in this Makaha pasture where junked autos supply a familiar blight on the
landscape off Mahinaao Road.