September 13, 2020
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STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JUNE 11, 1955
Movie star Debbie Reynolds examines a C-97 propeller assembly with Airman Second Class Edwin K.
Reeves, left, and Airman Second Class Chester J. Jahnke during a visit to aircraft maintenance shops of
the 1500th Air Transport Group at Hickam Air Force Base. Reynolds was in Hawaii recently on her way
back to Hollywood from a tour in Korea.
STARADVERTISER / DECEMBER 3, 1958
Splash Lyons of the Reef Hotel, third from right, gives Honolulu police officers tips on canoe rescue
before taking them on a mission as part of their water and first-aid safety services training under the
direction of the Red Cross. Francis Karatti, an instructor with the Red Cross, stands behind the group.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / SEPTEMBER 4, 1946
One of the most striking buildings in the Waikiki district, the Lau Yee Chai restaurant, has the type of
architecture that lends charm and interest to the community. The building was well kept throughout the
war, has a minimum of signs and has become an outstanding landmark in the city. All this, according to
the Chamber of Commerce, makes the restaurant deserving of mention as a No. 1 edifice.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / NOVEMBER 11, 1979
First Hawaiian Bank’s new branch at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, where most transactions are simple
check-cashing and deposits, has three automated tellers, including these two lobby units.
STARADVERTISER / DECEMBER 29, 1967
The walls of the Better Business Bureau office are lined with filing cabinets containing records of the
bureau’s investigations of Hawaii’s business activities. Staff member Unai Elisala looks for documents.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JULY 24, 1958
Record anniversary sale crowds are reported by the Times Super Markets as a result of the impressive
values offered by all three markets. The ninth-anniversary sale continues through Aug. 4. The large parking
lots are almost filled at any time of the day, as this Times at Waialae photo indicates.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JULY 1, 1954
Chuck Plannette straightened out in time to make a perfect landing after his jump from the water ski
ramp in Kaneohe Bay at the Marine Corps Air Station. Plannette is among many entries in the water ski
show to be held at the 49th State Fair in Honolulu Harbor, adjacent to Sand Island, just Ewa of the passenger