Honolulu Star-Bulletin from Honolulu, Hawaii on March 4, 1970 · 42
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D-6 Honolulu Star-Bulletin Wed., March 4, 1970 I 1 1 ( j t'! !j ' - tf , jr.-: -. $100,000 DAMAGE-F damage to the seaside iremen -fight to put out a blaze that did an estimated $100,000 worth of Kahala home of Robert R. Midkiff. Photos by Bob Young. Fire Damage stimafe at K ahal a Home By Mary Adamsk? Strtr-Rulletin Jf riter A prominent Honolulu businessman watched his 65-year-old seaside Kahala home burn nearly to the sround last night as he stood hosing down his neighbor's roof to keep the fire from spreading there. Robert R. Midkiff, president of American Security Bank, his wife and three children were home when the blaze broke out shortly after 8 p.m., but none was injured. ... Damage to their four bedroom, wooden frame home at 4477 Kahala Ave. was estimated at $100,000. . And .Midkiff said damage to the contents, which included Hawaiiana collectors items and family heirlooms is "impossible to determine monetarily." He said the family got out of the house immediately after the fire broke out in an upstairs bedroom. WHILE WAITING for the fire trucks to arrive he noticed flames spreading to the roof of the next door home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Moore, who weren't home. "I climbed up to hose it South Vietnam Consulate Planned Here WASHINGTON The South Vietnamese government is going to establish a consulate in Honolulu. Sen. Hiram L. Fong said the decision was made because of the many South Vietnamese travelers passing through Hawaii to the Mainland and because of the substantial number of South Vietnamese students in the Islands. No date has been set for opening the consulate, he said. down." Midkiff said. "It was the only practical thing I could do. There was nothing I could do about my own house." The Moore house suffered only a scorched roof. "I didn't know where he was," said his wife, Evanita. '"God, I was worried." THE FIRE, which started in the upstairs bedroom of 12-year-old David, was discovered by Robert Jr.. 15, the only family member upstairs at the time. He said the lights in his room went out and he went into David's room to see if the lights in there were on. "I saw a small flame that looked like a candle at first," he said. "But then it took off like a flash." He shouted to his parents, who called the Fire Department. They arrived at 8:12 p.m., but flames had already engulfed the house. Five fire trucks and crews had the fire under control within 20 minutes. THE HOME is set back from the road and is surrounded by shrubbery and other houses. Firemen had to park their trucks on the roads and carry in hoses. "The upstairs is totaled," Midkiff said. "Just about everything we own seems to have been destroyed." The family was able to save only a box of silver din-nerware and a basket of linens. And 17-year-old daughter Shelley went in afterwards and managed to salvage a batch of cookies she had made that miraculously escaped damage. "WE'RE LUCKY nobody was hurt," Mrs. Midkiff said. "The other things can be replaced. I only wish we had been able to save the pictures of the kids." Midkiff said he thought the fire was caused by faulty electrical wiring. "I have the wiring checked all the time," Mrs. Midkiff said. "But I guess they can't do everything." The Midkiffs have lived in the home for 20 years. Midkiff told police that his insurance coverage is "way below replacement costs." Two cottages on the property escaped damage. The family spent the night with neighbors. "-ma 's W" - 4 r t; $ 4 J 1 l:tm j 1 ?i CHARMED COOK!ES-Seventeen-year-o!d Shelley Midkiff gathers up a batch of chocolate chip cookies that miraculously escaped the rage of the fire that gutted the rest of the house. Hawaii's First Female Lawyer Is Dead at 78 Grand Jury Indictments The Oahu Grand Jury yesterday amended its indictment against three men and charged them with first-degree robbery and first-degree murder while committing a robbery. The change was made in the second charge, from first-degree murder to felony-murder, so that the prosecution will not have to prove murder with premeditation. A felony-murder is the killing of a human being during the commission of certain felonies, such as rape, robbery and burglary. Thp indictment was against Robert J. Ah Choy, 28 Peter M. Lono, 26. and David K. Panoke, 27. Ah Choy and Lono are being held in Honolulu Jail without bail, while Panoke is serving time in Hawaii State Prison. They are charged with shooting to death William H. Pond Jr. a year ago in his Sunset Beach cottage, while robbing his roommate of $700. Ah Choy pleaded guilty yesterday to a federal narcotics charge and will be sentenced later. Also indicted were: GEORGE W. GORA lit, 28. of the 200 block of Liby Street, for indecent assault upon a six-year-old girl Feb. 2. MOSES J. KAPAHUA, 42, Of the 800 block of Iwilei Road, and WILLIAM J. STEVENS, 25, of Maunakea Street, for the first-degree robbery of Don's Makiki Service Dec. 18 when SI 12.43 were taken. SAMUEL E. LAU, 18, of the 3800 block-of Anuhea Street, for battery with a dangerous weapon Dec. 10. He allegedly stabbed his twin brother, Daniel, at their home. VIENNA K. MILES. 22, Of the W-O00. block of Eke Place, Aiea, for aggravated battery against her father, Charles, St. at their home Dec 25. She allegedly stabbed him. ANTONIO E. LEANO, also known as Antonio Quiamas Leano, 20, of the 1100 block of Ihiihi Street. Wahiawa, for aggravated battery against Leopoldo Bu-iosan, 24, Dec. 31 at the Whitmort Village Clubhouse. WILLIAM R. STONE, V. of no Known address, for the first-degree burglary of Ming's Jewelry Store on the Fort Street mail Jan. 21. WILLIAM P. FERREIRA JR., 18, of At-lanta Street, Aiea, for the second-degree burglary of a Halawa Hills home Jan. 28. ROBERT A. ALAPAI, 21, Of the 1300 block of Lunalilo Street, for unlawful possession of LSD Feb. 6. LEONARD VASOUEZ, 20. of the 57400 block of Ke Nui Road, Sunset Beach, for unlawful sale of marijuana and presumptive sale of marijuana, both on Jan. 21. STANLEY M. PARK, 21, of the B7-O00-block of Mikana Street, and WAYNE W. KAUPIKO, 18, of no known Address, for unlawful possession of almost 1.000 marijuana plants Feb. 4 in Nanakuli. ALBERT IAUKEA. 24, of the 1400 block of Punchbowl Street, or car theft. Marguerite Kamehaoka-lani Ashford. the first woman to practice law in Hawaii and a long-time public servant, died yesterday at a Ka-neohe retirement home. She was 78. Miss Ashford served as deputy attorney general for the Legislature from 1934 to 1953 and was a delegate to the first Hawaii Constitutional Convention in 1950. She also served as commissioner of public lands in the cabinet of Gov. Samuel Wilder King from 1952 to 1955 and was a district magistrate for the Island of Mo lokai. Graveside services will be held at 3:30 p.m. Friday at Oahu Cemetery. The family suggests contributions to the Hawaiian Historical Society or to the Bishop Museum Association in lieu of flowers. Miss Ashford was born on Dec. 9, 1891, in Honolulu. She was the daughter of Clarence W. Ashford, a distinguished Honolulu jurist. She was graduated from Punahou and the University of California and received a degree of doctor of jurisprudence in 1915 from the University of Michigan law School. Miss Ashford was admitted to the bar of Hawaii in 1916. V ! ' 1 l "X I I J i I...""- '. ' k ' ' Marguerite Ashford She retired from active private law practice in 1946 and moved to Molokai. She had lived at Pohai Nani retirement home for several years. Miss Ashford was a delegate to the Republican Na-: tional Convention in 1944 and 1943. She is survived by two nephews, James R. and Clinton R. Ashford, and by 10 grandnieces and nephews. Hotel Maid Dies in 5-Story Fall A five-story plunge yesterday afternoon resulted in the death of a Waikiki hotel maid last night. Fumiko Sueyoshi, 42, of 772 Kinau St., died at Queen's Medical Center several hours after she was found lying on the rear loading ramp at the Queen Kapiolani Hotel, 150 Kapahulu Ave., at about 3:30 p.m. Police said she was working on the fifth floor of the hotel shortly before she was found on the ramp. Her death is under investigation. Elizabeth Mary Kealahau Mahoe, Minister, Dies The 'Rev. Elizabeth Mary Kealahau Mahoe, 63, of 89-507 Haleakala Ave., Waia-nae, died Monday at the Convalescent Center Hospital. She was minister of the Lualualei Full Gospel Tabernacle Church. Friends may call Friday from 6 to 9 p.m. and again on Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon at Borthwick Mortuary. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. And evening service will be held at 8 on Friday. Burial will be at Nanakuli Homestead Cemetery. She is survived by her husband, Louis Kaloi; three sons, Louis Kaloi Jr., Jack Roy and Banjamin K. Mahoe; three daughters, Mrs. Joseph (Kay) Iokia, the Rev. Mrs. Julis T. (Alberta) Peahi and Mrs. Francis (Rose) Kai; and two sisters. Mrs. Nora K. Santos, and Mrs. Elizabeth M. Silva. Mrs. Hoong Chang Mrs. Hoong Sin L. Chang. 76. of 2625 Gardenia St.. died Monday at St. Francis Hospital. Friends may call on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Borthwick Mortuary. Buddhist services will be held at 9 a.m. and cremation will follow at the Oahu Crematory. Mrs. Chang is survived by three sons. Herbert Q. C, Marquis Q. P., and Raymond H. M. Chang: three daughters, Mrs. Wah Kong (For-ence ) Wong, Mrs. Raymond K. (Ellen) Goo, Mrs. Ronald S. (Rose) Fuji; a brother, Leong Boo. and 22 grandchildren. HachieTateishi Mrs. . Hachie Tateishi. 75. of 216-A Jack Lane, died yesterday at a local hospital. Mrs. Tateishi, formerly of Kakaako, was born in Ka-goshima. Japan. Funeral services will begin at 8:30 p.m. today at Hosoi Mortuary. She is survived by sons. Masao, Roy A.. Ted T.. Hi-roshi and Wilfred - S. Tateishi; daughter, Mrs. Yoshi-haru (Shizue) Oshima: 14 grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren. Soon Nim Lee Mrs. Soon Nim Lee. 93. of 802 Prospect St., died Monday at her home. She was born in Korea. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Borthwick Mortuary, followed by burial in Oahu Cemetery. Friends may call at the mortuary from 8 to 11a.m. Friday. She is survived by sons Hyun Moo. Thomas, Henry and George Lee; daughters, Mrs. Sarah Kim. Mrs. Vera Duncan, Mrs. Daisy Copelan and Theresa Lee: 14 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren. John Watanabe John T. Watanabe, 77. of 3305 Lower Road, died Monday at his home. A retired mason contractor, he was born in Fukushi-ma, Japan. Funeral services will begin at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Hosoi Mortuary. He is survived by his widow, Dorothy; sons. Richard K., George A. and Wayne T.; daughters. Mrs. David (Elizabeth) Grinder. Mrs. Thomas T. (Maile) Tamura, Mrs. Charles A. (Helen) Higa and Noreen H. W tanabe; brother, Jose H. Watanabe, of Los Angeles. Calif., sister, Mrs. Sato Hanzawa, and nine grandchildren. Mrs. Mary Oroc KEKAHA, Kauai Mrs. Mary Candida Oroc, 59, wife of Kekaha Sugar Co. employe Gregorio Oroc, died Sunday in Kauai Veterans Memorial Hospital. : Friends may call between 5 p.m. Friday and 2:45 p.m. Saturday at the home. The rosary will be recited at B p.m. Friday at the home. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Waimea Catholic Church and will be followed by burial in the Kekaha Cemetery. Mrs. Oroc was a native of the Philippines. She came to Kauai 46 years ago. In addition to her husband, she is survived by a son, Epifanio of Kaumakani; a daughter, Sister Mary Candida of Pearl City, Oahu; five grandchildren and two sisters. Rose and Dorothea of the Philippines. Kauai Mortuary is assisting with funeral arrangements. The Pulse of Paradise Mm Events HAWAII HORSE SHOW ASSN. with the Combined Training Assn. is sponsoring a Clinic for riders interested in Hunter type cross country riding. Sunday, Mar. 8, 9:30 a.m. Schofield Barracks Horse Area. Call 533-2625. ANNUAL BENEFIT CARD PARTY, and luncheon, St. Andrew's Cathedral, Daw- ies Hall, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Mar. 5. Call 949-0933. Sponsored by WE, the Women. FREE JAPANESE FILM FESTIVAL, Wheeler Base Library, Mar. 5, 6:45 p.m., "Invitation to Expo 70," "To the Expo" and "Kyoto, Ancient Capital of Japan." WEST OAHU DISTRICT of the HCPTA annual district convention, Nanaika-. pono Elementary school. Mar. 7, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Call M8-1585 or 668-1151. " . . Pulse of Paradise is a public ser-vi'. e of me Honolulu Star-Bulletin. It serves as a calendar of events and community billboard there is no charge for inclusion of items In it. Notices for Pulse should be mailed one week before the event which is to be published. information should be typewritten with name and telephone number of the writer included. Send items to: Pulse of Paradise, P.O. Box 3080, Honolulu, Hi. t6t!3. fa On Stage and Screen "ARM AND THE MAN", by George Bernard Shaw, Kennedy Theatre, March 6, 7 and 8. 1 p.m., Friday and Saturdays, Sunday 4 p.m. Call 944-8746 or 944-8747. Admission. "A THURBER CARNIVAL", Magic Ring . Theatre, starring Alfred W. Wheeler. Feb. 20-month of March. Fridays and Saturdays at 8:30 p.m. at Terrace La-nai, of the Hilton HV. Call 949-4321. "YOUR OWN THING," a mod musical . comedy based on Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night," Honolulu Community Theatre, on March 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22. For reservations call 734-0274. "110 IN THE SHADE", a musical play, March 13, 14, 20, and 21, Waianae High School, 7:30 p.m., project of the Junior Class. Donation SI. "THE OLD FASHIONED WAY, and "THE FATAL GLASS OF BEER," with W. C. Fields, Waianae Elementary, School, Mar. 8. 7:30 p.m. presented by the Film Society of Hawaii, Admission. "WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?", with Elizabeth Tavlor and Richard Burton, Physical Science Bldg., (217), Wed., Mar. 4, 7 and 9:30 p.m.; LEEWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Mar. 5, 7:30 p.m.; WAIANAE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Mar. 6, 7:30 p.m.; KAILU A HIGH SCHOOL, Mar. 10, 7:30 p.m. Admission. - HAWAII GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, presentation of "Trip to the South Pole A Man's Land" by John Elden, Wed., Mar. 4, 7:30 p.m., Bakken Auditorium, Mid-Pacific Campus. Sponsored by Mid-Pac Institute Alumni Assn. Admis-. ; sion. "GEORGY GIRL," with James Mason and Alan Bates, Wed. Mar. 4. 7:30 p.m., Damien Memorial High School, 1401 Houghtailing St. Sponsored by the Catholic Youth Org., Admission. "THE ZEN SUBSTITUTE," part of a program of one-act plays. "MaKinley Theatre Group," McKinley High School, Mar. 13, 14 and 15, 8 p.m. evenings and 2 p.m. for Sunday matinee. Admission. Call 536-1061. "IN THE YEAR OF THE PIG," benefit showing. Wed., Mar. 4, 8 p.m.. Spalding V Hall, U.H., Sponsored by the Committee for the Chicago Defense Fund. Admission S2. 1970 MARCH 1970 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 General Frank J. Sackton, Comptroller of the Army. Call 444-953. TOMORROW REPUBLICAN PARTY, 14th District, 1st Precinct meeting, 7:30 p.m., Communi. ty Room, Prince Bldg.. Queen Emma Gardens. Speaker: Hebden Porteus. Call 537-6574. COM SERV PAC ENLISTED WIVES CLUB, 7 p.m., Pearl Harbor Youth Center. KAAAWA COMMUNITY ASSN.,. 7:30 p.m., KaaavJB school, speaker: Ian McDougall from the city and planning dept. FRIDAY INTERNATIONAL GRAPHOANALYSIS SOCIETY, 7:30 p.m., 535 Ward Ave., speaker: Rev. H. L. Barr, U.S.N., Chaplain. WOMEN'S AUXILIARY, tn the Hawaii Ootometric Assn., 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Y. K. Look. ROTARY, noon, llikai Pacific Ballroom. 0$ ruiuiivccia Wanted 5 10 AHA ANNUAL SPRING ART SHOW, at Ocean5.de estate on 4533 Kahala Ave., by 150 artists of the Assn. of Honolulu Artists, Sunday, Feb. 22 through Sunday Mar. 8. open to the public. Demonstrations. Open 10 a.m. 8 p.m., daily. CERAMICS by Charles E. Higa, Contemporary Arts Center of Hawaii. 605 Kapiolani Blvd., Mar.; A, 6-8 p.m., sponsored by the Hui Makaala Women's Committee. ART EXHIBIT, International Institute benefit showing of art works by Wong. Ching, 467 N. Judd St., Mar. 3-31, 9 a.m. -4 p.m., Monday-Fri. ; CO-OP 2 ART GALLERY, N'U Valley Shopping Center, works of Island Artist, open daily 9-5 and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. HAWAIIAN SAVINGS GALLERY, 830 Ft. St. Mall, "Recent paintings by Alison Manuat", exhibition opens Mar. 2-May 1- Open to the public from 8 a.m -3:30 p.m.. Mon.-Thurs., and 8 a.m. -6 p.m. on Fri. HONOLULU SAVINGS AND LOANS ASSN., Kahala Mall. Oils by Tomi OI- son, during bank hours daily. For the Month of Mar. ALL INFORMATION LISTED in this section is provided by the Volunteers Service Bureau, 1040 Richard St. Call 53S--6792. VOLUNTEERS for after school art work-for children not recently enrichments in their young life, name own hours and day. VOLUNTEER young ladies (18-23! needed for game booths, refined, well chaperoned - atmosphere, no liquor served. VOLUNTEER to sew aprons and bibs . . pre-cut denim shorts . . . basic sewing at home, in a group or club. VOLUNTEER child guidance aide, no experience necessary, toys and materials furnished . . . morning hours. VOLUNTEER grouD to collect contribu-- tions and pass out literature, Saturday, Mar. 21. VOLUNTEER Bia Sister needed, to bJ a , real friend and confidant to an 18 year old young lady. Lectures ii iK1!; Notices 5 VSstf Music 3 ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND CONCERT, noon, every Friday, lolani Paiace Grounds. HONOLULU SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Keiki concert. Sat.. Mar. 7, 9:30 and 11 , a.m. Waikiki Shell, concert for pre-- school and kindergarten children. COPLAND'S "HOE DOWN", from Rodeo: TOKI'S: "Koio no Tsuki;" KETEL-BEY'S: "In a Persian Market Place;" HAYDN'S: Piano concerto in F major; with Karl Kimata, pianist. OFFENBACH'S: "Can Can," and DE FAL-LAS: Children on Parade. Admission 50 cents, tickets at the shell box office. "OM'S ELECTRIC ODYSSEY," Mar. 17 and 19, 8 p.m., Ruger Theatre, will feature the electronic and manipulated ; concerte sounds of Peter Coraggio and a kinetic light environment by Noah's Arc. Tickets S2 in advance or S2.50 at the door. BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Sun. Mar. 8. 8 p.m., KFOA-FM, Seiji Ozawa ' conductor, STRAVINSKY: Greeting . Prelude (for the eightieth birthday of ; Pierre Monteaux); Pelrushka (revised - version of 1947); Violin concerto in D.Joseph Silverstein violinist; Suite from the ballet "Firebird." All Stravinsky program. PUNAHOU AND IOLANI school Bands, second annual concert, 8 p.m.. Concert Hall, HIC. Friday, Mar. 6. Concert to help raise part of money needed for 3 bands trip to Expo '70 this summer. Admission Tickets, S4, S3, and $2. HONOLULU SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CONCERT, HIC concert Hall, Mar. 8 10, with Alfred WaUenstein guest conductor and Daniel Pollack, guest pianist. Program: BEETHOVEN: Seventh Symphony, HANDEL: Water Music Suite, and LISZT: Piano concert No. 1. Call 531-2712. "HELP! HELP! THE GLOBOLINKSM." i Opera by Gian Carlo Menotti, will be presented by the Windward Theatre Guild, at the Kailua Elementary School, March t. 7. 13. and 14. All performances at 8 p.m. The opera requires Electronic music as well as music from the Orchestra pit. Admission. Call 536-34S1. CONSERVATION COUNCIL OF HAWAII 'HOT LINE', to enable residents and public officials to reach the group at any time. Anyone having information on public hearings or other events of council interest may call Jamos Sta-mos, 946-2322. "H E A D S T A R T" REGISTRATION, is being taken now for children 4 yrs. old, for Sept. classes. Children must be age 4 by Dec. 31. Call 847-2051 for further information. NEIGHBORHOOD DISCUSSION GROUPS, with discussion leader, meet once a week for six weeks beginning Wed., Mar. 11. Fee S5 per person or S7 double includes all materials. Call 944-8433 or 941-4510 Division of continuing Education, U.H. OIL PAINTING CLASSES, for adults. Mo-iliili Community Center, Mon. and Wed. evenings starts Mar. 9, beginners and advance students welcome. Call 949. 1463 or 946-7233. DISCOVERY GROUP, presented bv the Discovery Institute, open to public. Ward Studios. Kaimuki. Fee. Call 734-0397. PROTECTIVE CONSTRUCTION, course scheduled for Mar. 2-June 8, Ft. Ruger, by the National and State Civi' Defense office and the University of Hawaii. Each Monday nite, 7-10 p.m. Call 944- 8449. UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII MILITARY LECTURE SERIES, Monday, Mar. 9, Ft. Shaffer Religious Education Center. "Delinquency among the Disadvantaged, Accenting the Negative." CONDOMINIUM SEMINAR, Friday, Mar. 6. llikai, Pacfic Ballroom, by the Society of Real Estate Appraisers. Fee Charged. Call 536-6611. "UNIVERSITY GOVERNANCE," topic nf open meeting of the University of Hawaii chapter of the American Assn. of University Professors, 7:30 p.m.. Wed. Mar. 4. Asia Room. Jefferson Hall, " Western Regional Director of the AAUP. ? Pacific Heritage. GQ Deadlines DRIVER'S LICENSE RENEWAL, Mon-oay-Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. at: Pawaa Annex, South Beretania; Kali-hi Substation, Kam IV Rd.; Wahiawa, Calif. Ave.,- Pearl City Police Station, Waimano Home Rd.,- Kaneohe Police Station, Waikalua Rd. (Monday-Wednesday); and Kailua Police Station, Kuulei Rd. (Thursday and Friday). Chauffeur licenses may be renewed at Pawaa Annex only. DEADLINES for re-register of license cars, trucks, trailers, and dogs on Oahu are: - OOGS - Mar. 10; MOTOR VEHICLES Mar. 31 (Mar. 15 if done by mail). Applications for dog and bike licenses are available at all fire and police station. POLYNESIAN CULTURE CENTER, at Laie, Mon. -Sat. 10:30 a.m. Except Sunday. Call 253-9291. ULU MAU VILLAGE, Heeia, on Kaneohe Bay, recreation of 16th Hawaiian Village, open 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., 7 days a week. Admission. QUEEN EMMA SUMMER PLACE, Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Satur-oav 9 a.m. to noon; 2913 Pali Hwy. IOLANI PALACE, King and Richard St., Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to noon. ALOHA TOWER Panoramic view of City and harbor from fop floor. Foot of Fort St. 8 a.m.-8 p.m. daily. Call 537-P260. BISHOP MUSEUM: Hawaiians, Pacific history. Mon. to Sat., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sun., Noon-5 p.m. 1365 Kalihi St. Admission "IMPROMPTU HAWAIIAN ENTERTAINMENT," 8:30 p.m., Sundays, Reef Hotel Beach. KODAK HULA SHOW, 10 a.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Makai of the Waikiki Shell. Cruises 5 Trouble Shooters USS ARIZONA MEMORIAL VISIT, Halawa gate pier, leaves every half hour, between 9-11:30 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Closed Monday and Holidays. Call 433-1291 Free. gj Art Exhibits 4 HONOLULU ACADEMY OF ARTS, galleries ere opened Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and Sunday, 2-5 p.m. DOWNTOWN GALLERY LTD., 125 Merchant St., 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday thru Saturday. "John Shek" paintings and lithographs on display from Wed. Feb. 25 to Mar. 11. Call 531-6095. Aiko Tahata Mrs. Aiko Tahata, 69. of 1015 Kikeke Ave., died Monday at her home. She was born in Yamagu-chi. Japan. Funeral services will begin at 6 p.m. Friday at Hosoi Mortuary. She is survived by sons, James M., Francis H. and William F., both of Los Angeles ; daughters, Mrs. James H. (May). Okano, Mrs. Harry N. (Muriel) Hag-inaka, Mrs. Kazuto (Alice) Okihara, of Los Angeles, Mrs. Walter Y. (Doris) Hoso-kawa; sisters, Mrs. Toyo Yo-koyama, of Japan and Mrs. Takayoshi (Sueno) Matsushita, and 13 grandchildren. KOKUA LINE, Hawaii's No. 1 trouble Shooter, published daily in the Honolulu Star-Bulletin. Cail 536-7477, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. FEDERAL AGENCIES, for information, cail 546-5111. ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE, Army personnel ana deDendents, information -cn resources avaiiaDle to soive any type of problem. Call 861-777 or 655-228. STATE GOVERNMENT information: 548-2211. COMMITTEE OPPOSING RACIST PRACTICES AND SENTIMENTS, for information and complaint. Call 239-9323. CITY AND COUNTY departments 546-7611. Office of Information and Complaints or 536-8442. BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU, public information and complaints, 531-8131-STATE DIVISION OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURE, Call 941-3071, Monday through Friday, 7:45 a. m.-4:30 p.m. R & R INFORMATION, location of service men or relatives awaiting servicemen on Rest and Recuperation: Call 941-8058. HELP LINE, telephone answering service for any type of counseling by the clergy of Oahu. call 537-31 71. LANGUAGE BANK OF HAWAII, free service tor people needing transitions -and interpretations, provided by the International Institute. Call 538-3794. CLERGY COUNSELING SERVICE FOR UNWANTED PREGNANCIES, Trained clergy available. Therapeutic abortion . information. Call 537-3534. FAMILY AND PERSONAL PROBLEMS, qualified professional social work counseling on problems of marriage, parent-child relations, personal adjustment; confidential maternity service.. Child and Family Service 536-7721 , Waianae 696-4261, and Waimanalo 259-7762. RUNAWAY SHELTER, Unitarian Church, 2500 Pali Hwy. Call 595-4047. - fes-saesrSiUi Tours 16 GEOLOGICAL - ANTHROPOLOGICAL lecture tour of Oahu by air, available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Call Air Safaris, 841-5351. Recreation 17 PROMENADERS SQUARE DANCE CLUB, Hickam AFB, near the Auto Hobby shop, now offering dancing lessons every Monday night beginning Mar. 3. 8 p.m. Military or Civilian welcome. Call 422-5933. DEEP SEA FISHING: 9 a.m. to S p.m. daily. Call 536-6577 or 536-1555. HORSEBACK RIDING: Koko Head Stables, near Sandy Beach, 732-9292; Hawaii Horse Center, 41-1791 Kalanianaoi Hwy., Waimanalo. PROMENADERS, Square dancers of Hickam AFB, every Friday night 8 p.m. Call 422-5933. SKEET SHOOTING: Honolulu Skeet Club, 620 Kaimalino Road, Kailua, call 536. 6456. -SQUARE DANCING, Pineapple Promenad ers, Friday, 8 p.m., Schofield Barracks, Bldg. 1689. Call 637-5469. GLIDERS, Hawaii Soaring Club, Dillingham Airfield. Mokuleia. by appointment. -Call. 533-1837 or 637-4938. Sea and Sky,, HONOLULU TIDES 7 Your Health CLASS FOR DIABETICS, 10:30 a.m. Mon-tal, educational program for diabetics day through Friday, St. Francis Hospi-and their families. C?ll 533-7441. WEIGHT WATCHERS OF HAWAII, Weekly schedule: MONDAY: 9:30 a.m. Pearl City Community Church, (933 Le-hua Ave.); 4 p.m. Teenage class. Headquarters, Kapiolani and Piikoi (entrance Piikoi); 7:30 p.m. Kailua (above Rock-y's) TUESDAY: 9:30 a.m, Kailua (above Rocky's!, 7:30 p.m. PEARL CITY COMMUNITY CHURCH (933 Le-hua Ave.), WEONESDAY: :30 a.m. Headquarters, 7:30 p.m. Headquarters (Kapiolani and Piikoi). THURSDAY: 1 p.m. Headquarters, 7:30 p.m. Headquarters, FRIDAY: Headquarters; 7:30 p.m. Laie, Call 293-5292 or 293-5262. For Further information Call 533-1858. FREE CHEST X-RAYS, are available at Lanakila Health Center, 1722 Lanakila Ave. from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Daily. TOPS CLUB, (Take off pounds sensibly). Wed. evenings, St. Clement's Church, 1515 Wilder Ave., 7:30 p.m.. Call 737-3136. HIGH WATER LOW WATER DAY TIME HT TIME HT 4 1:54 AM 2.2 9:12 AM 0.0 WED 2:12 PM 0.7 7:30 PM -0.1 5 2:36 AM 2.2 9:36 AM -0.1 THUR 3:00 PM 0-9 8:24 PM -0.2 6 3:18 AM 2.1 10:06 AM -0.1 FRI 3:42 PM 1.1 9:18 PM -0.1 7 3:54 AM 2.0 10:30 AM -0.2 SAT 4:24 PM 1.3 10:12 PM -0 1 8 4:30 AM 1.8 11:00 AM -0.2 SUN 5:12 PM 1.5 11:06 PM O.I In Our Schools Vicente Bacud Vicente Bacud, 74, also known as Vicente Bacod. of 1900 Tiachelot St., died Feb. 24, at the Convalescent Center of Honolulu. He was born in the Philippines. Funeral services will he held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary, followed by burial in the Valley of the Temples. Friends may call at the mortuary from 9 to 11 a.m. Friday. He is survived by his widow, Regina, of Zamboanga, Lao'ag City, the Philippines REUNIONS CLASS OF 1924, Reunion, McKinley High School, March 31. Tuesday 6:30 p.m., Pago Pago Room, llikai. Call 988-4143 or 946-6448. PTA MEETING BENJAMIN PARKER SCHOOL, Monday, Mar. 9. 7:30 p.m., Benjamin Parker Methodist Church. Speaker: Jan Yuen. KOKO HEAD PTA, -Mar. 17. 7:30 p.m.. Topic: "Better Understanding of the Development of Motor Skill." lkl Meetings TIDES ELSEWHERE Usina Honolulu tides as the basic, add or subtract the figures below (or multiply if the height figure is preceded by an asterisk) Hiqh Low Hiqh Low Haleiwa 1:04 2:08 "0.34 '0.341 Hanalci 1:30 1:50 -t-0.1 0.0 HonuapO 0:8 0:19 -1-0,6 -1-0.1 Kahuiui 1 S3 1:42 0.S -i-0.1 Kailua Kona 0.28 0 25 0.2 0 0 Hilo 1:01 0.56 0.5 0.' Kaneohe 1:48 1:21 0.4 0.2 Kawaihae -0:09 0:02 0.2 0,0 Kea'kekua 0:18 0:15 0.2 0 0 Lahaina 0:37 0:43 0.3 0.1 Laie Bay 1:47 1:46 0.2 0.1 Maalaea 0:03 0:25 0.4 0 0 MahuKona 0:28 0:20 0.2 0.0 Nawilivili 0:24 0:29 0.1 0.0 Waianae 0:18 0.15 0.0 0.0 Waimanalo 1:17 1:12 0.92 0.9I Kau'k'kai 0:07 0:11 0.2 0.0 DAY AND NIGHT SUNSET 6:37 p.m., SUNRISE tomorrow 6:49 a.m., Moonrise tomorrow 5:24 a.m. New Moon March 7. Prominent Constellation, Orion high overhead 7:14 p.m., Visible Planets, Venus sets 7:09 p.m., Mars sets 9:41 p.m., Saturn follows Mars. Jupiter in southwest at moonrise. Morning and evening twilight last 23 minutes. N PLANETARIUM, "Eclipses", featured i-h new cn at the Bishop Museum. Planetarium. The show will run from Feb. 17 through March 29 at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday through Thursday; 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday; and 2 and 3 p.m. Sundays. Call 847-1443. TODAY I FAMILY EDUCATION CENTER, 7 p.m., I Wes'ey United Methodist Church, 1350 ; Hunakai St. Call 395-26'9. ZERO POPULATION GROWTH, 7 p.m., Crawford Hall, U.H. speaker: Dr. ! Thomas Grene. HAWAIIAN MALACOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 7:30 p.m., Waikiki Aquarium. 2777 ' Kalakaua Ave. Speaker: Dr. Alison i Kay. ! SOCIETY OF MILITARY COMPTROL- ! LERS. dinner meeting. 6:30 p.m., Tri- ; pier Officers cpen .mess. Speaker: Lt. I CONSTIPATED 9 . . a a a Ml MB DUE TO LACK CF FOOD BULK IN YOUR DIET TRY m RffAN i BRAN tf&fttpgb buds

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