Honolulu Star-Bulletin from Honolulu, Hawaii on July 25, 1959 · 23
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Honolulu Star-Bulletin from Honolulu, Hawaii · 23

Honolulu, Hawaii
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Saturday, July 25, 1959
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War Hero Inouye Battles for U.S. House Post Daniel K. Inouye, at 34, Is knocking at the door of Congress after a brief, brilliant career in the Territorial Legislature. Inouye has risen rapidly in the two major undertakings in his life: soldiering and politics. He volunteered for Army service in March, 1943, and by 1944 was fighting in Italy. WITH 442ND He slugged it with other doughboys of the 442nd Combat Team from Rome to the forests of the Vosges Mountains in France and during that time was wounded four times, the last resulting in the loss of his right arm. He was awarded a battlefield commission in November, 1944, in Bruyeres, France, to become the youngest commissioned officer of the 442nd at the age of 20. He was awarded 15 medals and citations for "valor and meritorious service including the Distinguished Service Cross, the second highest medal awarded by the Army. Returning home, he worked for a degree in government and economics at the University of Hawaii. He then went to George Washington University Law School where he received his Juris Doctor degree. MARRIAGE In the meantime, he had married Margaret S. Awa-mura, an instructor in education at the University of Hawaii. Inouye won a seat in the Territorial House in the Democratic landslide of 1954. He was elected Majority Leader as a freshman and held the post for two terms. Last fall, he was elected to the Senate. One of his main planks is to promote Hawaii as the center of international goodwill. "To convey the message of liflllllllllllllllllllllliJIIIM Please Elect H GEORGE R. I -.AC- j ARIYOSMI I SENATE 5th DISTRICT (D) Aggressive Honest Sincere ARIYOSHI, George R. X ill!!ll!l!!!!!rill!!!!li!!!lii!!l!!ll!!lllill!tllil!illlll!ll!!ll!!!!!!!!i!lll!l! VOTE For: Balanced Budget TAX REDUCTIONS Reduced Jet Noises LIBRARIES - Mosquito Centrol - HONEST GOVERNMENT. BOYD, Harold 6. (Klii Hoemalu) X 8th District Representative (R) peace, democracy and aloha as written in the hearts of our people to our nation and THE SATURDAY STAR-BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.H., JULY. 25, 195 '. Dr. Silva 'Returns' For U.S. House Race the world will be the greatest contribution Hawaii can make," he says. - i .. .'. XL ' ' n I :- - x I i A Democrat Daniel K. Inouye, left, opposes Republican Dr. Charles H. Silva for Hawaii's one seat in the United States House of Representatives. Special Reminder NEWARK, N. J. (AP) Henry J. Puc, who was born in Poland 30 years ago, has a colorful way of reminding himself of his country's history. He keep a collection of postage stamps issued by the different governments Poland has had since 1918: Monarchy, democracy, dictatorship, government in exile and Communist state. A special Indian postage stamp honors the death centenary of Jamsetjee Jejeeb-hoy, an outstanding philanthropist. Though out of elective office for nine years, the Republicans' Dr. Charles H. Silva is attempting a comeback at the polls in what's expected to be a tough battle for Hawaii's only seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. The 55-year-old Dr. Silva will oppose Democrat Daniel K. Inouye in the general election. Dr. Silva was born September 21, 1903 at Honokaa, on the Big Island. His parents came from Portugal. He finished grammar school at Kukuihaele on his home island. He attended Honolulu's St. Louis College, received dental training at St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri, and did graduate work at the University of California. He became a practicing dentist at Kohala, on the Big Island, and in 1934 married the former Christine Walker Stewart. The couple had one child. The former Mrs. Silva is deceased. In 1935, Dr. Silva tasted his first political victory when he was elected as the Big Isle's Senator to the Territorial Legislature. He was a Democrat. He was re-elected every four years after that until his defeat at the 1950 elections. He had become a Re- "GO-GETTER rr ELECT "BILL" Bains-Jordan Representative (R) lOfh Disf. From the top of Red Hill to the tip of Kaena Point. A Qualified Business Leader ( ') h BAINS-JORDAN, Wiliiam ("Bill") publican in 1938. He served in 1950's Constitutional Convention to frame a Hawaii State constitution but failed by a small margin when he again tried for a Senate seat in 1952. In 1953, Dr. Silva established residence in Honolulu when the late Governor Samuel Wilder King appointed him Director of the Territory's Department of Institutions. He still fills that position. : Dr. Silva is a sprightly man of 5 feet 6 inches tall, with a small mustache, a lively sense of humor and a master of many dialects. He married his present wife, the former Maude Mana, in 1947. They hare a 12-year-old daughter, Charlene. In his spare time, he raises orchids. He likes to fish, too, off his beach property on Hawaii. John F. Otter and Philip J. Cook, rocket-base demonstrators, were forcibly fed milk, vegetable extract and sugar in a Norwich, England, jail. PAGE 23 Loses Jewelry Mrs. W. R. Marshall of Hillsborough, California, lost jewelry worth $906 at tha Royal Hawaiian Hotel April 7 or 8, police were informed yesterday. The pieces were a clasp and earrings of pearls and diamonds, and a pearl necklace. 15th DISTRICT VOTERS VOTE-ELECT W00LSEY, Jotn K, X I'm for th Betterment thing that's best for us of every-all. "V . ; V'.-r --,y LUCT ERNEST IC. i s f. ( . - -r f t f State Senator (D) 4th District ii EMINENTLY QUALIFIED ISLAND BORN with wide experience and understanding of Island people. -jfc- EDUCATED pre-college in Hawaii. Graduate of Yale University and Yale Law School. OUTSTANDING GOVERNMENT SERVANT. Territorial Deputy Treasurer, 1934; Territorial Auditor, 1936; Attorney General, 1942; Secretary of Hawaii, 1943. 7r CIVIC MINDED. Director of Honolulu Chamber of Commerce; Y.M.C.A., Red Cross, Hawaii Cancer Society, Moiliili Community Association, Bishop Museum, Hawaiian Civic Club, and honorary life member 442nd Veteran's Club. ICAI, Ernest K. X "He's Everybody's Choice rw J Ltl) '5 "is 4 " " - 4. (, s- 1 . i 1 , ' t The first snd Great Mabele occurred m lt4S uben King This uas one of the muit progresmr steps eirr taken by . . ' .w ' Kamehtmeha III made it possible, for the first time in Ha- a monarch on behalf of bis people and indicates clearly wanan Oislory, for Islanders to bold land independently what a great and enlightened king he uas. It uas Kame-and in fee urn pie. With his Privy Council the King bameha III uho also state us our motto - "Urn mau ke ea o ww . . f .tat... ... . -t i 4 S worw out the great land division retaining one-third ka atna i ka pono" The life of the land is perpetuated in -t iL- I 7. f Li It t L:. -L:-t. aI.-j , r Vp --V 0- - v"--' S. A "I J" 'J' "'rjt &'nng une-ivira ngnteOUSneSS. -w-' r " W iif -f ro IW government and the other third to toe commoners. 3 X v . : r -w 4 SGIjOGJ Lul(oUTlj ; am an be subdivided 1 " v kekahi imka lands an t I i . ' J t subdivided r,io II " v ; j f.- ;'" -f". Prepay BesorJ j Tv .7 acre b fv5f - - , -'. v. , , . s',. - Proposed V -5 ? J in in. i in n. . ,:.:'; 'Ji.X.;'C4'"!. v .; ' I X fotnrt Amj A 1 ' .. -- s . r' J 1 L dwdei into acre tofi L ; 1 Oovernment bnd 'an be subdivided Afr t j . - " "h. ' "I rN in1oacrelc1s' ' i " ' - ' 1 ' 11 t , "i I 1 Resort Ana V I I : - . 'patf r - r:' - . ' V Ifawhm M lands tan be toorA i . , N J V -KfSubdmkieamtv Hcnonek . fc.vl Proposed Pesorf I I an bf subdivided, --Vk i , r 1am V mto acre tots j , V .';:.-sr-,. :.t,;f IllMill An4-iaKfxjli-tecxi h,- V i.; 1 fcariw ofUhmb an be divided f I Vj 'v 4 -Vf4 nmto acre lets' - L' r ArwVf texrrArev can be divided f 1 " . Jmlo acre lets I 4 4 . . 1 I IS " PrrirmeJfaifah, I ?J jyv-y y pswt--y y-.s w? , , - . iforTiorts or ruuananuiu area possible" info acre lot? I " ' - "l-JPi 1 v ' ' 'sii ?$tvV.. 's'. ' ' " ! ' , j -yia ruvivaawaa can iuoaivrston ma acre kis i "t j. : ' V present pcsvbk'eS S i L n -.-r. t ?S : 'S it, I -zrrSi'-r- area f . , ana qw hesorrftreal h, :I naxdhh MV3 in a (Ae divided into . . y. lHAWAIll I v I, i Governor Quion's plan proposes to open up for public sale close to 14 5,000 acres of state lands. These lands, undeveloped and unimproved, are far fnim being arid waste lands. They are located on the major Islands Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Hawaii and they include a complete cross section of all types of Island terrain. There are some 29,400 acres of farm lands, 6,700 acres for shore and mountain vacation homes, 12,400 for suburban and rural homes, and 95,980 acres that could be considered good long range investment. -7f p&. tz&ej cccC. J .- vTT'.. -vie. 1 i -5 v r 41 t t T

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