A preview of the 1964 Miss Hawaii pageant will take place on the Ala Moana Center lanai stage.
Contestants will present a half-hour of singing and dancing, and conclude with a bathing beauty parade.
The contestants are Donna Rosa, left, Mary Stapleton, Mary Moore, Mary Teresa Grace and Barbara Geel.
The full pageant is scheduled for next month at the Honolulu International Center.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / NOVEMBER 15, 1977
The lunchtime scene at Cafe Bon Bon includes former U.S. Sen. Hiram Fong gazing out the window in the
corner booth and Judge Toshimi Sodetani talking to the waitress at the counter.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / NOVEMBER 11, 1964
The Wanderer, in happier days, sits in the Ala Wai Harbor before its doomed South Pacific voyage. It ran aground on a reef off Rangiroa island and is now a total wreck.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JULY 26, 1961
“Leave It to Beaver” star Jerry Mathers looks on as his co-star Tony Dow samples the luau food at The
Royal Hawaiian hotel. The actors are on vacation in Hawaii.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / OCTOBER 30, 1980
A crowd of bargain hunters listens to instructions at the start of an auction of burglary loot recovered by
police in the most recent phase of the Honolulu Police Department’s “Hukilau Sting” undercover fencing
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JULY 19, 1975
On the corner of Beretania and Keeaumoku streets, where there once stood the Nippon Theater, a new
“twin” opened last night: the old Nippon sliced in two and the resulting complex dubbed the Asian Cinema
Center. The Nippon Theater features fi lms from the Shochiku Co. of Japan, while the new Golden
Harvest Theater features Chinese-language movies from the Golden Harvest Film Co. of Hong Kong.
STARADVERTISER / DECEMBER 14, 1958
Nearly 5-1/2 years have passed since a group of GIs petitioned the city for a park in the Aina Koa subdivision.
Soon a grassy playground for the community’s children will emerge from a weed patch and construction
yard. A barren area in the foreground marked by a white line will become the park for Aina Koa.