October 11, 2020
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STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / AUGUST 20, 1963
William B. Webster, left, operations manager of International Commodities, demonstrates how to use
Hawaiian Airlines’ new Tel-A-Dex, billed as the most modern flight information service in the nation.
Hawaiian has installed nine Tel-A-Dex systems in its interisland terminal at Honolulu International Airport.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JANUARY 19, 1980
Five members of Hawaii’s Committee on Marijuana Education picketed the Japanese Consulate to protest
the arrest of former Beatle Paul McCartney on marijuana charges in Tokyo. A Japanese judge ruled that
McCartney could be held in jail for another 10 days while officials decide whether to prosecute or deport
him for allegedly smuggling nearly half a pound of marijuana into Tokyo Airport.
STARADVERTISER / DECEMBER 29, 1958
Auctioneer Mattrice Lipton, right, shows off some Rosenthal china that will be sold to the highest bidder
at Lipton’s World Art & Auction Gallery at 120 S. King St. The art treasures are part of the estate of Lady
Margaret and Sir Peter Henry Buck.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JULY 15, 1960
Glenn Hoppus looks over a 100-year-old hearse that arrived on the Hawaiian Merchant. Hoppus found
the carved ebony hearse in Indiana after a long search and plans to loan it to Hawaiian Memorial Park
for “civic and community parades,” he said.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / APRIL 13, 1976
Hundreds of students from all over the state gathered at the Ilikai Hotel’s Pacific Ballroom for the Bicentennial
Colonial Costume Ball, with guests including Gov. George Ariyoshi and wife Jean Ariyoshi. And if
his honor looked improbable in a white wig, it was at least in the spirit of things.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / OCTOBER 15, 1958
“How many political signs can you stick on one car?” David McClung, Democratic candidate for state
House, seems to wonder as he observes Edward Pereira Jr.’s sedan plastered with election posters. In
addition to the ones on the car, McClung also holds one of his own.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / APRIL 1, 1965
Of 25 Spelling Bee contestants who started, Francis Liu of Hawaii Baptist Academy, left, Linda Suyeoka of
Washington Intermediate and Julynne Pang of Kawananakoa Middle School were the final three in
Oahu’s District I finals at Central Intermediate School. Francis and Linda won and will compete in the