West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt, foreground, and German Sen. Guenther Klein relax at Waikiki Beach.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / OCTOBER 27, 1990
President George H.W. Bush spots a bashful James Lee, 7, in the crowd at the Hilton Hawaiian Village.
Bush is on Oahu to stump for U.S. Senate hopeful Pat Saiki and attend a Pacific islands summit.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / MAY 5, 1981
A bulldozer owned by Tajiri Lumber Ltd., background, helps a 45-ton bulldozer owned by Hiway Construction
Co. extract itself from soft clay at a construction site in the 1500 block of Kapiolani Boulevard.
The bulldozer got stuck in the soft ground during a demolition project at the site.
STARADVERTISER / MARCH 28, 1983
The Ho Building, a crumbling little architectural anomaly off Fort Street Mall in downtown Honolulu, bit
the dust as it gave way to progress in the form of plans to widen South King Street. The vacant two-story
structure was condemned by the city a few months ago.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / AUGUST 10, 1953
Cecilia C. Talon, left, Winona L. Smith and Virginia B. Batausa were among the many who entertained at
the Hula Festival at Kapiolani Park. Children and teenagers representing various city parks and playgrounds
participated. It was the second of four hula festivals being held this month.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JULY 20, 1964
Sunday picnickers can’t read signs — or so it seems from this scene in Kapiolani Park. The site is that of
the old stables, and the land is being prepared as a park area.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / OCTOBER 13, 1954
This is a view you’ll get looking from the fountain in a Fort and Hotel streets direction in the new Woolworth
store in downtown Honolulu. New counter arrangements give greater space and facilitate fast,