Star-Advertiser staff |
June 6, 2021
| Updated on June 5, 2021 at 12:47 am
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JULY 15, 1983
Steve Manke, an audio director for a local film company, has been drinking Coke and collecting soda
bottles since he was a student at Kalani High School. Manke’s trove now includes about 75 bottles; his
favorite, from Israel, features a Star of David on the front.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / SEPTEMBER 18, 1969
Ailene’s Lei Stand is open for business on Fort Street Mall, with owner Ailene Thompson selling her
fragrant wares to shoppers at the corner of the Pioneer Savings and Loan Association parking lot at Fort
and Merchant streets.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / MAY 10, 1971
Mary Ann Kaopua, who drives one of the minibuses at Honolulu Airport, sports a new Polynesian-inspired
uniform that comes with either shorts or long slacks.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JULY 27, 1987
LouAnn Little and Rick Goodman boogie in front of the Irish Rose Saloon’s $8,500 Antique Apparatus
replica of a Wurlitzer Gazelle, the first jukebox to feature bubbles and the forerunner to Wurlitzer’s
classic Model 1015.
STARADVERTISER / MARCH 29, 1952
Bob Hope is greeted by Miss Hawaii contestants Christine DuPonte, left, Puanani Alama and Mine Sato as
he, his wife and their 5-year-old son arrive in Hawaii for a weeklong vacation.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / OCTOBER 13, 1989
Chinatown Gateway Plaza, the city’s $25 million, 25-story residential and commercial tower in downtown
Honolulu, begins to take shape on Hotel Street between Nuuanu Avenue and Bethel Street.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / AUGUST 2, 1990
Guy Chang, left, and Kirby Fukunaga, second from right, met Kimie Yagisawa and Ayumi Torihata in
Japan at the World Surfing Championships and invited them to visit Hawaii. One of their stops was
Matsumoto General Store, a magnet for people in search of refreshing shave ice.