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December 4, 2022
| Updated on December 3, 2022 at 5:28 am
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / NOVEMBER 9, 1985
Miss Keiki Hula 1984 Keolani Kaapuni greets England’s Prince Charles with an ilima-entwined maile lei as
he and Princess Diana arrive in the islands.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JUNE 21, 1973
Matson Lines’ SS Lurline is pulled into Kauai’s Nawiliwili Harbor by tugboats.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / MAY 5, 1964
H.T. Hayashi stands with the maile lei that was untied during the dedication of the Pagoda Hotel and Pagoda
“floating restaurant” complex on Rycroft Street. The $2.3 million project by Hayashi Enterprises includes
a hotel and hotel-apartment facility, a restaurant, a parking garage and dramatically landscaped
grounds with waterfalls, streams and carp-filled ponds.
STARADVERTISER / DECEMBER 9, 1961
Youngsters shopping at Ala Moana Center take in Honolulu’s largest Santa Claus. The papier-mache and
plastic creation stands 35 feet tall.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / AUGUST 12, 1975
Artists with works on display at the Saturday Art Mart, an open-air show and marketplace, play cards as
they wait for visitors to view their offerings.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / MARCH 29, 1972
Kailua teenagers Kai De Mello, left, John Mattos, Brad Hoag and Wilfred Gomes celebrate the new
age-of-majority law with a drink on the house at Anna Bannana’s. The law, which affects about 20,000
residents, states that at age 18 people in Hawaii are regarded as being of legal age.
STARADVERTISER / DECEMBER 24, 1967
Cub Scout Pack 200’s Christmas party at Lincoln School featured a tree that was a little different from
usual: a “money tree” decorated with bills and coins, with proceeds going to the Advertiser Christmas
Fund. Cub Scouts Derrick Isono, left, Dean Harada and David Rickard take a moment beside the tree.