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March 26, 2023
| Updated on March 25, 2023 at 3:58 am
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / SEPTEMBER 1, 1974
Pearlridge Shopping Center will soon debut a major addition: Sears Pearlridge. The 236,000-square-foot
store is scheduled for a grand opening next month after an 18-month, multimillion-dollar construction
project; among its features are a garden shop and an automotive center with 23 service stalls.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / NOVEMBER 28, 1969
William “Chick” Daniels, beach boy emeritus who for years was in charge of the beach at The Royal Hawaiian
hotel, exchanges a few words at the Palm Tree Inn in Waikiki with bartender Gordon Leite.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / MARCH 12, 1969
Terri Talbott, 8, confronts an enormous honeybee and fly but has no reason to fear: The big bugs are
made of Styrofoam and will be among the exhibits at the Children’s Nature and Science Fair at the Ala
Moana Park pavilion.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / AUGUST 18, 1986
Four-year-old triplets Erin, Eve and Erica Mauney explore Apparatus 7, an old firetruck, at the Meadow
Gold Children’s Fair at the Blaisdell Center.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JUNE 10, 1965
This is how early-morning traffic looks in the Kaneohe area now that school is back in session. Heeiabound
cars crawl along the length of Kaneohe town.
STARADVERTISER / DECEMBER 19, 1984
Queen Kaahumanu Highway crosses the black lava fields between Kona and Kawaihae, tracing a path a
mile or so along the shoreline and punctuated by little except the occasional bougainvillea or fist-size
white coral rocks that spell out names and messages on both sides of the road.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JUNE 17, 1987
Mayor Frank Fasi draws one of the first names in the lottery for housing in the Hale Pauahi complex.