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The Honolulu Advertiser from Honolulu, Hawaii • 90

Honolulu, Hawaii
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D-30 Honolulu, Nov. 15, 1970 THE SUNDAY STAR-BULLETIN ADVERTISER Windward movie theater to open behind the scene dio release will be previewed to the guests. The Aikahi, however, will not be a "first-run" house. It will feature films that will have been shown elsewhereat, say, the Cinerama, Kuhio, or Waikiki, also operated by Consolidated. Wayne Asam, a Windward resident, will be man ager of the Aikahi, according to Weeks.

Screenings will begin at 6:30 p.m. daily, and at 1 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, said Crowe. "The Windward residents have been waiting a long time for a theater like this." said Weeks. "We're just as excited as they are." Saturday matinee." AN INVITATIONAL premiere will be held Nov.

24, when a first-run, major stu tomated, twin-cinema facility in the Waikiki No. 1 and Waikiki No. 2 complex. DESIGNED BY Jeoffry Fairfax, the Aikahi Theatre features acompletely draped auditorium with a decor consisting of blue, maize and coconut shell colors. Ben Mayer Associates of Los Angeles, which did the interior for the new Waikiki theaters, also worked on the Aikahi.

"We plan to maintain a young people's policy at this theater for Saturday matinees," said Crowe. "If we have a G-rated movie, we'll screen that. Otherwise, we'll supplement the fare with suitable films for a juuncuvtiu the Clnuiua By WAYNE HARADA Advertiser Entertainment Writer Hawaii's first shopping center-oriented movie theater opens to the public Nov. 25 on the Windward side of Oahu. It is the 585-seat, $500,000 Aikahi Theatre, located adjacent to the Aikahi Park Shopping Center off Ka-neohe Bay Drive between Kaheohe and Kailua.

"It's our first new 'walk-in' house in 35 years on the Windward side," said Bob Weeks, director of theater operations for Consolidated Amusement Co. owners and operators of the new facility. Consolidated also runs the Kailua Drive-in. "IT'S THE FIRST one of its kind in Hawaii utilizing the facilities of the shopping center," said Ron Crowe, Consolidated's advertising-public relations chief. "Parking, for instance, will never be a problem, since the theater patrons will be able to use the lot in the center." The theater is the 18th operated by Consolidated in the State, and the third to open this year.

In September, the movie outfit launched the first fully-au iL- SteML-j ambassador-at-large I C. L. Whitfield, right, is named ambassador-at-large for Guam by Governor Carlos G. Camacho. Whitfield, manager of used car sales at Honolulu Ford, came to Hawaii in 1959 after 10 years on Guam.

At left is Sen. Earl Conway, first Hawaii-born person elected to Guam Senate. Christmas Is Coming, We're Lire of That There's Thousands of Trees: Tall, Short All of Them Fat! Colorful Decorations Abound Artistry from Far and Near; Such Beauty Is Sure to Make for Christmas Cheer! You're Invited to Our Fabulous Premiere The Advance Shotting of Christmas Enrhnntwent at our sewage plan WAILUKU A $10 million bond issue to finance a sewage disposal plant program in Maui County will be requested by Mayor Elmer F. Cravalho. He said he will present the plan to the County Council.

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