January 24, 2021
| Updated on January 23, 2021 at 1:18 am
STARADVERTISER / DECEMBER 21, 1947
Opening up a new vista, this new downtown street connecting Hotel Street with King Street, South Street
and Kapiolani Boulevard at Advertiser Square is scheduled to open with a ceremony led by Mayor John
H. Wilson. (The street, which ran through what is now the Honolulu Municipal grounds, no longer exists.)
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / MAY 14, 1976
A van serves 100 lunches every weekday to seniors living in the Aala Park area. The city project is supervised
by Lanakila Crafts, using federal funds.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / FEBRUARY 19, 1964
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., wearing hala and kaunaoa lei, addresses the annual “God and Country”
at Kawaiaha‘o Church. Ministers sharing the pulpit include the Right Rev. Harry S. Kennedy, left,
and the Rev. Darold Engebretson.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / OCTOBER 4, 1966
A cardboard trunk filled with copies of Chinese paper money and a new suit of paper clothes, paper
shoes and a paper hat is inspected by Mrs. C.Q. Yee Hop, left, and granddaughters Mrs. Alfred Y.K. Au,
center, and Mrs. David S.Y. Char. The trunk was burned in a birthday ceremony.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / SEPTEMBER 15, 1983
Laurentina Fagaragan puts the fi nishing touch, a feather lei, on a Panama hat. Machines are used to shape
Panama hats as well as seagrass hats, a favorite in Waikiki gift shops.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / APRIL 1, 1991
Stylishly clad in a custom surf vest, Sharky the surf hound lets James Ernst catch the waves while he
protects his buddy from other sea dogs as they patrol the waves at Queen’s in Waikiki.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / MAY 18, 1967
When it rains, it pours into the kindergarten classroom at Aliiolani School, and teacher Lillie Kekauoha
calls a halt to classes while the children mop up the mess. Kekauoha says she has requested for the past
three years that repairs be made to the roof.