Honolulu Star-Bulletin from Honolulu, Hawaii on July 27, 1967 · 44
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1"W'...'.g'W.'..'6.(r..1010 C-14 Honolulu Star-Bulletin -, t , . , , Edna B. Lawson dies; former society editor Mrs. Edna B. Lawson, former newspaper woma n, teacher and amateur actress here, died Monday at the age of 88. She died in a convalescent home in Santa Barbara, Calif.. where funeral services will be held. Mrs. Lawson retired in 1953 as society editor and L. E. Claiborne, official in Samoa, dies at 51 Military graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the National Cemetery of the P a cif i c, Punchbowl, for Lewis E. Claiborne. 51. Mr. Claiborne died Friday In American Samoa, where he was the engineer of the Public Works Department. He was born in Sunflower, Miss. ' He was with Island Construction Co. before his Samoan assignment. He served with the 1J.S. Army Engineers in the South Pacific during World War He is survived by his wife, the former Virginia Owens, of Honolulu, sons, Lt. Lewis E. Claiborne III, and Gary O. Claiborne, daughter, Elizabeth, brother, Craig, and a sister, Mrs. Gusta Barnwell. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations Pe made to the American Iiorart Fund. Williams Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Memorial rites for Mrs. Wiles set for Monday Memorial services will be held for Mrs. Yuki Wiles at 17:30 p.m. Monday at the Harris Memorial Methodist Church. A former Honolulu resident, Mrs. Wiles, 48, died Sunday at Potomac, Aid., after a brief illness. Mrs. Wiles was born in Horolulu snd was a graduate of the University of Hawaii. She taught in Oahu and Hawaii schools before joining the staff of Rep. Spark Matsunaga i n Washington, D.C., in 1963. For the last 312 years, she was on the staff of U.S. Senator Philip Hart of Mich. Funeral services over the ashes were conducted yesterday at the Washington National Cathedral, Bethlehem Chapel, by the Rev. D. Harry Komur o, executive secretary of church extensions of the Board of Missions of the Methodist Church. The memorial services in Honolulu will be conducted by the Rev. Shigeo Tanabe, pastor of the Hilo Methodist Church, and the Rev'. Rhodes Martin, pastor of Harris Memorial. In lieu of flowers, the family has suggested donations in her memory to the Hawaii Cancer Society or the donor's favorite charity. Mrs. Wiles is survived by her husband, Ernest E. Wiles; two daughters, Mrs. James (Jenny Lou) Watson, of Maryland, and Susan Joy: and two sons, Bruce G. and Greg E. Wiles. She also is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Hirakawa ; two brothers, Howard and Francis I. Hirakawa; and three sisters, Harriet H., Mrs. Daniel (Eiko) Honjiyo and Mrs. Raymond (Margaret) Mahelona. Josephine Cabral A funeral Mass for Mrs. Josephine B. Cabral, 87, of 2754 Kaimuki Ave., will be said at 10 a.m. Saturday at St, Patrick's Church. Mrs. Cabr a I, who was named "Mother of the Year" in 1963 by the Kapahulu Community Association, was the widow of Antone G. Cabral. She died yesterday in a local hospital. Friends may call at Williams Mortuary from 6 to 9 p.m. tomorrow and a f ter 7:30 a.m. Saturday. The Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow. She is survived by sons Edward P., of Honolul u, Wilfred T. of Johnston Island, daughters, Mrs. Philomena Kellogg, Mrs. Adeline Spence r, Mrs. Flora Komes and Mrs. Ethel Helmboldt, all on the Mainland, and a sister, Mrs. Annie Grance. Mrs. Yamamoto Services Were held Sunday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary for Mrs. Wasayo Yamamoto, 85, of 1265 Nehoa St. She died July 20 at her home. She was born in Hiroshima, Japan. Surviving are her sons, Teruo and Drs. Shigeo and Hiroo Yamamoto, daughters Mrs. Kiyoko Kobayashi, Mrs. Misako Koseki and Miss Tak ek o Yamamoto, eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Pedro Marini Funeral services for Pedro Marini, 74, will begin at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow at the Ordenstein Mortuary. Mr. Marini, of Mauna lani Hospital at 5113 Maunalani Circle, died July 19 at Queen's Hospital. He was a former cook. Friends may call at the mortuary from 7 a.m. tomorrow. Burial will be at the Valley of the Temples at 9:30 a.m. He is survived by several relatives in the Philippines. I, .... - . . - . . ,, - - . , 'ar-Bulletin Thursday, Jury 27, 1967 ' , 0,1"01 Pook :t,', . ,,:, The , , .T. . di eR k Én" .,, ' .,- II oo - 11Wor ,. , t.141.tc.. .1. , ,s,,,,,, (CD) ...--,-;-- 1-41dr'' S ..;,.. ..,,,,.. ..;o9- 4ra .. latillaHAM'ATI' gNMOROltr7GIVAN' C:1- , .s. ', ,..1.,,,,K,,,..,,,,,, , ,. ,,,,, 4,.,,,,,,4,, u se 0 leto , - ,11,,,-.----"k A frli. CIETY: Ala Mosna Banquet Hall, 6:30 p.m. P7 PA tiff 41 Afrr, , , ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, 4...... ep v pi 04, ROTARY: West Honolulu i it e- id di oe A . Lawson dies; Paradise , - it AIA, Iv, iholm....i., 4....1.-, , - :7,r..o.-......,e2.--,...-...z..ih....a,k .,,, Club, Hilton Hawaiian Vil- lage Hotel noon. .1 e l - Highway. Open at 7:30 a.m. .- ' ---110 SOCIeLy e littcno , , ,-,,-, - s ,,,,, , .1. riNkRiVVIDR DrIllatiiita reoHall Information. Pro S b o p. - 7, iq, t t---,0-i-f 1,V , - 1 ' ., IttifiettettitiltiL,,,,,, A ACHt 30528. ,i.,:.-?;',, ;4, -, ', Lwson, for- music and drama critic of BOTANICAL GARDENS: . FISHING: D e e p sea, 9 Have you ridden S,:ltrirfLitAlk w o m a n, the Honolulu Advertiser. She - 'en their new 180 North Vineyard Street a.m. to 5 p.m. Information: ..., - -,,,,- A. l',..m 4:--,,- ur actress was on the paper's staff for .. 566-577 or 561-555 '-',, - ,P,",r,'-,4,-,--,-L-, at the age 20 3-ears following her first Botanical park with fine or- Mach 1 elevator?" ...t ,, ',t, ...- ,,,,,,, ,, chid collection and rare trop- SAIL: Catamaran sail at ' seven years in the Islands as .....,, ..... "..,,..... n .. ..-... 4.- A All fleAP q .---- . . Thursday, July 27, 1967 music and drama critic of the Honolulu Advertiser. She was on the paper's staff for 20 years following her first seven years in the Islands as a teacher at Hilo and McKinley High Schools. Her dramatic activities included a part in founding the Honolulu Community Theatre, and several subsequent roles with the group. She was at different times in her teaching career the head of the dramatics department of the Territorial Normal School and the assistant director of dramatics at the University of Hawaii. She was a member of numerous community, professional and honorary societies and organizations. The widow of the Llewellyn H. Lawson, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Llewellyn Lee, of New York City a grandson and a great - granddaughter. Julia Arnold I widow of ex-mayor, dies Mrs. Julia K. Arnold, 77, of 1094 Lunaanela St., Kailua, died Tuesday at St. Francis Hospital. She was the widow of Charles N. Arnold, mayor of Honolulu in 1927 and 1928. - Graveside services will begin at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow at Oahu Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. tonight at the cemetery chapel, where a prayer service will be held at 8:30 p.m. The survivorsinclude daughters Mrs. June Helmreich, Mrs. Alice St ert z, Mrs. Yvonne Ernst, Mrs. Cecelia Kane, sons Francis C., Thomas E., Arthur M., George T. and Charles N. Arnold, Jr. Also surviving are her sisters Mrs. Helen Leder e r, Mrs. Sarah Simpson, Mrs. Kaena Davis. Mrs. Lena Goble and Mrs. Pleicdes Col-burn and a brother, Appiana Colburn. Williams Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Leonid() Bulac A funeral Mass will be said at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Joseph's Church, Waipahu, for Leonicio Bulac, 66, of 85-138-B Mill St., Walanae. Mr. Bulac died Friday at a local hospital. He was born in Bilar Bohol, the Philippines. Friends may call at Mi Mani Mortuary from 6 to 9 p.m. tomorrow and after 8 a.m. Saturday. The Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. tomorrow. Burial will be at Mililani Memorial Park. He is survived by his wife, Regina, sons Saturnino P., Patrick and Leoncio Jr., of Honolulu and Eugene, of Los Angeles. Seven daughters also survive, Mrs. Sally Opaon, and Dora, Theresa, Catherine and Veronica, of Oahu, Mrs. Sophie Leary, of New York and Mrs. Sylvia Barren, of California. Mrs. Juka Murata Mrs. Juka Murata, 74, the wife of Yoshitaro Murata, of Captain Cook, Hawaii, died yesterday at Queen's Hospital. She was born in Kumamoto, Japan. A funeral procession will leave the Murata residence at 4:30 p.m. today for 5 p.m. services at the Kona Hongwanji Mission. Surviving, in addition to her husband, are sons, Gilbert K. and Clarence K., of Kona, daughters Mrs. Jiro Tomosada, of Hilo, and Mrs. Henry Nakashima, and seven grandchildren. Hosoi Mortuary is in charge. Ruth Ruh lin Mrs. Ruth B. Ruh lin, 60, of Hillsboro, Ore., died Monday at Queen's Hospital. Funeral services will be held at a later date in Hillsboro She is survived by her husband, Henry F., sons Donald M., and Richard H., and daughters Mrs. Janet Paaiana and Mrs. Barbara Newberry. Also surviving ere a sister, Mrs. Verna Buckmaster, and brothers Aubrey and Kenneth. Mrs. Ruh lin was born in Alberta, Canada. Mrs. Susie Ozaki LAWAI, Kauai Mrs. Susie Senaha Ozaki, 21, of Lawai, died Monday night in Veterans Memorial Hospital. Combined wake and funeral services were held at 5 p.m. yesterday at Garden Island Mortuary. Burial was in the Lawai Cemetery. Mrs. Ozaki was born in Waimea. - She was the wife of Allen Y. Ozaki of Lawai and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sumiichi Senaha of Kekaha. She also is survived by a daughter, Shirlee, and - two brothers, Roy Y. of Kekaha and Brian S. of Eleele. Choi In Young HILO Choi In Young. 88, of 31 Furneaux Lane, died Tuesday in Hilo Hospital. He was a native of Korea and s retired plantation worker. Funeral services were to be held today, followed by burial at Homelani Cemetery. He had no known relatives here. - Dodo Mortuary was in charge of arrangements. P The Pulse of Paradise BOTANICAL GARDENS: 180 North Vineyard Street. Botanical park with fine orchid collection and rare tropical trees. Open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free. ULU MAU VILLAGE: Ala Moana Park across from Ala M,ana Center. A living museum demonstrating the arts. skills and daily activities of the early Hawaiians. Open 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed STINDAYS. Admission. SEA LIFE PARK: World's largest exhibit of marine life. Makapuu Point. Waima-- nab. Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Holokai Night dining and shows Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, 6:30 to 10 p.m. AQUARIUM: World's finest tropical fish collection. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Admission 25 cents. Children under 16 free. At 2777 Kalakaua Avenue. POLYNESIAN SHOW: Cultural Center, Laie. Authentic program of songs and dances of Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga and Maori, 8 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Reservations: 299-291. MISSION HOUSE S: 553 South King Street. Open Monday to Friday. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission. KODAK HULA SHOW: On the lawn in front of Waikiki Natatorium. 10 a.m. Free. Summer Schedule: TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, through August 31. FOLK DANCINGUniversity YWCA, 1820 University Avenue, 8 to 10:30 p.m., every Friday. ZOO: In Kapiolani Park, Waikiki. Large tropical bird collection. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Free. ALOHA TOWER: Famous land mark of Hawaii at the foot of Fort Street. Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Free. WAIMEA FALLS: Scenery swimming 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Waimea. WAX MUSEUM: Ancient Hawaiian scenes, artifacts, relics of bygone days. 2340 Kalakaua Avenue, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Admission. IOLANI PALACE: King and Richards Streets. Open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, 8 a.m. to noon. The only royal palace in the United States. UNIVERSITY: Free tour of the University of Hawaii campus. Meet at University Relations, 2444 Dole Street. Reservations: 944-8856. ACADEMY OF ARTS: Honolulu's fine Academy, with splendid exhibits of Oriental and Polynesian sculpture, painting. artifacts plus a generous display of the old masters, 900 South Beretania Street. Open 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. SUN-DAY. Free. TODAY TEAHOUSE: "An Evening in Japan," dinner with geisha-Korean entertainment. Reservations: 933-111. BRIDGE: Duplicate games. Princess Kaiulani Hotel, 7:45 p.m. Information: Janet Budd: 503-548. FILM: Top student films produced at USC and UCLA, Kuykendall Auditorium, UH campus 7 and 9 p.m. Information: 944-8854. TRAVEL F I L "Alaska," Waikiki Terminal Building, back of International Market Place, 7:30 p.m. Free. TOMORROW BON DANCES: McCully Diashido Mission, 1036 Citron St., 7:30 p.m.; E w a Hongwanji Mission, E w a, 7:30 p.m. Free. PLAY: "Stop the World I Want to Get Off," UH Drama Dept.. University Theatre, 1777 East-West Rd., 8:30 p.m. Information: 944-8740. CONCERT: Royal Hawaiian Band, Iolani Palace grounds, 12:15 p.m. FASHION SHOW: Luncheon. INIakahiki Room, Hilton Hawaiian Village, noon. Reservations: 994-321. WATER SHOW: Polynesian spectacular. Reef Hotel, 6 p.m. Reservations: 933-111. BRIDGE: Duplicate games. Liberty House, Waialae, 9:15 a.m., 7:30 p.m. Edgewater Beach Hotel, 7:45 p.m. Information: Janet. Budd, 503-548. CANNERY: Dole pineapple cannery tour, 650 Iwilei Road Admission. For time and information: 563-411. THURSDAY, Albany Albuquerque Amarillo Asheville Atlanta Billings Birmingham ....- Bismarck Boise Ell Stan Brownsville Buffalo - Burlington Casper Charleston, S.C. Charleston, W.Va. Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth El Paso Fargo - Fort Worth Great Falls Heine 83 58 Houston 92 68 I ndianapolis 89 71 Jackson 81 59 Jacksonville 86 69 Kansas City 86 55 Las Vegas 86 74 Little Rock 77 47 Los Anaeles 91 56 Louisville 8' ,7 Memphis 93 78 Mi-mi Beach 80 65 Midland 80 62 Milwaukee 87 54 Minneapolis 89 74 New Orleans t tO New York 87 71 North Platte Co 68 Oklahoma City 91 69 -Omaha 84 62 Philadelphia 86 64 Phoenix , .7 Pittsburgh 97 66 portIcnd, Me. 83 65 Portland, Ore. 71 46 Raleigh 94 75 Rapid City 76 49 Reno - 98 77 Richmond 907 605 .L s 8 5 Spokane : 1,0 NVO R DirireZZ 'Have you ridden their new Mach 1 elevator?" MOCK 1 (after Ernst Mach, Austrian physicist) C the speed of sound EAST-WEST CENTE R: Free tour. Meet at Jefferson Hall, 1777 East-West Road, 2:30 p.m. EWA PLANTATION SUGAR MILL: No children under 10. Tours, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Information 683-591. Monday through Thursday only. PEARL HARZOR: Arizona Memorial.Navy boat leaves from the Memorial Landing at Halawa Gate off Kamehameha Highway every half hour from 9 to 11:30 a.m. and from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Reservations not required. Cameras okay. No children under six. Closed Mondays and holidays. BY AIR: One day tour of eight islands by air. Information: HATS, 936-577. Sky Tours Hawaii. 932-041. CHINATOWN: Shopping and Temple Tour sponsored by the Chinese Chamber of Commerce. TUESDAY ONLY. 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Meet at 42 N or th King Street. Reservations: phone 503-181. PEARL HARBOR: From Kewalo Basin on the "Adventure," from 9:30 amend 1:30 p.m. Information: 934-123. On the Ale Ale Kai V. a catamaran, at 1:30 p.m. Information: 576-355. On the Leilani. Information: 933-841. On the Kaimanu. Information: 565-970. BISHOP MUSEUM: 1355 Kalihi Street. World's greatest Hawaiian collection. Open Monday through Saturday. 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily. Sunday from I to 5 p.m. Admission. SUMMER PALACE: 2913 Pali Highway. Open Monday to Friday. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. to I p.m. Adults. $I. Childre n. 50 cents. MISSION HOUSE S: 553 South King Street. Open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. monday to Friday; 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. Admission. ,--- ........... , DAVIS: 910 Ala Moana. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. BLACK ORCHID: 94-680 Farrington Highway. WaipaPACIFIC: A r t supplies. 2132 Kalakaua Avenues. 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. BAC'CHANAL: 1292 Kapiolani Boulevard. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m FETTIGS: Kamehameha Highway in Wahiawa. Noon to 5 p.m. EWING KRAININ: Open 1 to 5 Monday through Saturday. 316 Seaside Avenue. Information: 938-669. ARTS COUNCIL: 1212 University Avenue. 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. ACADEMY: Honolulu Academy of Arts. 900 South Beretania Street. 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. ARTIS VILLAGE: International Market Place. Waikiki, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. JACKIE ANDERSON STUDIO: 937-671.- HUNNICUTT: 53-346 Ka. mehameha Highway. Punaluu, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. TENNENT: Intormation at 506-952. 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. KABALA COOPERATIVE: Waialae Shopping Center 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday. Friday and Saturday. Information: 744-112. ART CENTER: Contemporary Arts Center of Hawaii, News Building, Kapiolani Boulevard at South Street. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. - HORSEBACK RIDING Koko Head Stables near Sandy Beach. Monday to Sunday. Information: 749-292. HAWAII HORSE CENTER 41-1791 Kalanianaole Highway. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 'HORSEBACK RIDIN G: Hawaii Horse Center, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 41-1791 Kalenianaole Highway. Waimanal. Information: 257-288. GOLF: Hawaii-Kai Golf Course. Ladies Day, Tuesday only. Off Kalanianaole FACE THE FRoNT OF THE CAR, pLEA5E .4;1. 1111: die 7,'''''''''''''''"T''''''''4777. 7 ' ''''''""....7w1 (6.t....,.v $'44. N g s . - - - , Px ,I;Votdji :6,1,:'1.-'''';;, . ----.,,---v-k , , .. ,',4,,,, ., t JULY 20, 1961 ... 90 92 90 95 94 108 90 93 90 86 82 80 91 ES 90 89 96 84 85 74 88 73 95 91 92 . 87 77 Tampa . 89 79 73 Salt Lake City 99 40 73 San Antonio 97 ' 78 74 San Diego 79 69 70 San Francisco 73 551 87 St Ste Marie 79 52 I 71 Seattle 60 60' 73 Shreveport 93 72 68 Spokane 87 60' Tucsol 88 74 81 Washington 89 71 Wichita 95 70 6,4 i 61 CANADIAN 63 Calgary 76 51 72 Edmonton 77 55 57 Montreal 79 61 75 Otte wa 80 61 i65 Regina 79 51 72 Toronto 81 591 85 Winnipeg 71 53 61 Vancouver 70 56 64 $ 55 - ALASKAN 1 71 knchoraoe 61 491 59 Fairbanks ...... 59 52 44 Juneau .. 59 54 63 68 - HAWAIIAN , 60 Honolulu 89 7B 491 , 52 541 7B Highway. Open at 7:30 a.m. Information: Pro S b o p. 30-588. FISHING: Deep sea, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Information: 566-577 or 561-555 SAIL: Catamaran sail at 5:30 p.m. Hilton Hawaiian Village Hotel. Information: 994-321. SAIL: Sunset Supper sail aboard the Ale Ale Kai V from Kewalo Basin, 5:30 p.m. Information: 576-355. GLIDING: Hawaii Soaring Club. Dillingham Field. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. By appointment: 634-938 , J4,1J.Lri.,--r6;;1667:1:412. ,- F?TA CLASS OF '47, HILO HIGH: Reunion, August4-6. Information: 982-335, 990-960, 992-566. REUNION: Hilo High School class of 1937, Four Seas Restaurant, August 19. Information: Robert Nagao, 997-102, Vera Tokunag a, 833-473. L':,;:.21 H 5wa leistsx 1. TOMORROW STATE LAND USE COMMISSION: Hale Hal a wai Cultural Cente r, KailuaKona, 1 p.m., petitions by Toshio Nakamoto and Iwao Jyo, to incorporate approximately 3.23 acres presently in Agricultural District into en urban district at North Kona, Hawaii; Yasuo Kuwaye and Hiromu Yamanaka, to incorporate approximately 3 acres presently in an agricultural district into an urban district at Waiakea, South Hilo, Hawaii; Evelyn S. Foo, Thelma Y. C. Foo, Wendell Foo, Francis Foo, era F. Yokoi and James Jr., . Wilia, to incorporate approximately 21.46 acres 'presently in an agricultural district into an urban district at Kealakehe, North Kona, Hawaii. Circuit Judge Samuel P. King granted an absolute divorce Tue sd a y to Carol Reeves from Joe Reeves. Family Court R ef er ee Paul C. Kokubun granted interlocutory divorces Tuesday to: Lois H. Ginoza from Jerry S. Ginoza. Nobuko W. Wescott from Harry G. Wescott. Mabel Shigeno Hodge from Ronald Albert Hodge. - Absolute divorces went to: Felicia Tate from David Arnold Tate, Jr. Ernest Encarnacion from Judy Anne Encarnacion. An annulment was granted to Peter Richard Muller from Norine Madelaine Muller. This final decree was granted in Family Court of Third Circuit Court in Hilo: Toshie Matsue from Jack T. Matsue. This interlocutbry decree was granted in Family Court of Third Circuit Court in Hilo: Ronald H. Yoneda from Ademine R. Yoneda. Seas Restaurant, August 19. nformation: Robert Nagao, A D97-102, Vera Tokun a g a, rf , 353-473. 4 !1.640,0, t; 44,14:1",.:;" , ' :5: ut. (-0 gio.zszliA - - H IOM LOW : , -: -:,;AZ4:LW: : : ---- LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER A PETITION FOR CHANGE OF DISTRICT BOUNDARY WITHIN THE COUNTY OF HAWAII BEFORE THE LAND USE COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF HAWAII NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the public hearing to be held in the County of Hawaii by the Land Use Commission of the State of Hawaii to consider petitions for Change of District Boundary as provided for in Section 9811-4, Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1955, as amended. TIME AND PLACE At the Hale Halawai Cultural Center in Kailua, Kona on July 28, 1967 at 1:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as interested persons may be heard. Docket Number and Petitioner: A67-151 Toshio Nakamoto & Iwao Jyo Tax Map Key: 18 A67-153 2-4-22: 30 Yasuo Kuwaye Hiromu Yamanaka A67-154 74-09: 19 Evelyn S. Fon, Thelma Y. C. Foci, Wendell Flo, Francis Fon, Jr., Vera F. Yoko', & James K. Willa 'Maps showing the areas under consideration for change of district boundary, and copies of the Rules and Regulations governing the petition above are on file in the offices of the Planning Commission, County of Hawaii, and the Land Use Commision, and are open to the public during office hours, Monday through Friday. All written protests or comments regarding the , above petitions may be filed with the Land Use Commission, 426 South Queen Street, Honolulu, Hawaii, before the date of public hearing, or submitted in person at the time of the public hearing, or up to fifteen (15) days following the hearing. LAND USE COMMISSION , , - C. E. S. BURNS, Chairman , RAMON DURAN, Executive Officer (S.--B.: July 14, 27, 1967) - - - - - 1 I(AI NflT! I I MAI Kin Tter TOMORROW HAIMIOND ORGAN SOCIETY: Ala Mona Banquet Hall, 6:30 p.m. ROTARY: West Honolulu Club, Hilton Hawaiian Village Hotel noon. lee4taigis,.:',1CaaL;;;;i; Thursday, July 27 Sunset today 7:14 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow 6:30 a.m. The moon rises 11:23 p.m. tonight and is at apogee. -- Prominent Star Spica, high in southwest 7:30 p.m. Visible Planets Venus, low in west 8:07 p.m. Mars, in the southwest 8:25 p.m. Saturn, near the moon. Twilight Morning twilight begins I hour 23 minutes before sunrise. Evening twilight ends 1 hour 23 minutes after sunset. Evpzsr , LOW Time Ht. HIGH Time 9:80 AM 7:42 PM 10:06 AM 8:12 PM 11:18 AM 8:54 PM 12:12 PM 10:24 PM 1:00 PM 11:54 PM JULY 27 THUR 28 FRI 29 SAT 30 SUN 31 MON Ht. 1.1 1.4 1.3 1.1 1.5 0.9 1.7 0.7 1.9 0.6 2:24 AM 0.2 1:54 PM 0.8 2:54 AM 0.2 3:36 PM 0.9 3:30 AM 0.2 6:00 PM 0.9 4:06 AM 0.2 8:00 PM 0.7 4:54 AM 0.2 8:54 PM 0.6 - The time of tides varies widely throughout the Wands. If the figures for your community. shown below. are plus. ADD them to the Honolulu times. If they are minus, you SUBTRACT. The same is true of the height s. except for those listings preceded by - an asterisk. In those cases multiply as indicated from the Honolulu predictions. Time Height OAHU Haleiwa Waianae Koko Hea Waimanato Kaneohe Laie Bay -2.01 0.14 4-0.18 -0.15 0.0 -1.01 -0.41 0.1 -1.17 -1.12 0.92 -1.41 -1.21 0.4 -1.47 -1.49 0.2 CO 0.0 0.92 0.7 03 MOLOKAI Kaunakakal O. 0.11 0.2 0.t Kailua 0.20 0.23 0.2 0.0 MAUI Kahului 1.53 1.42 0.3 0.2 SHAWAII Hilo 1.01 - 0.56 0.3 0.1 Kawalhae -4-0 09 0.02 0.2 0.0 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS SEALED TENDERS will be received up to and opened on AUGUST 9, 1967, at 2:00 p.m., in the Office of the Division of Purchasing, Department of Finance, City and County of Honolulu for the furnishing of SERVICE TO MAINTAIN ADDING MACHINES AND CALCULATORS. Proposals may be obtained from said Division upon application for Proposal Document No. 601. E. H. COOK Director of Finance City and County of Honolulu (S.13.: July 25, 27, 29, 31: August 2, 1967) Change Requested: To incorporate approximately 3.23 acres presently in an Agricultural District into an urban District at North Kona, Hawaii To incorporate approximately 3 acres presently in an Agricultural District into an Urban District at Waiake a, South Hilo, Hawaii To incorporate approximately 21.46 acres presently in an Agricultural District into an Urban District at Kealakehe, North Kona, Hawaii , - -'-''''''1,"''''''''' ro.,. .-.--;:,-, mfe ,, ,.,1 t7.:' :-',- w ..,-, ,'IN,!: A ; . , ..., , . Ab -ti,:..5 A , g '- .;, ?t- - , , -.5,,-.!,,-..--:- 3 ,,, t t ; . e ,:: ,-,...1 i .,..,S..::: ri-,..,. .-,-.:',.-.i if., ;;;:,: .,i, I -.;;,;,--;' . ' 4: .v,!',,,k5.-;,,-:,c...,-,,,.,.;,541'''',..,Ap.,,k,''''' , 7 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF BOND REDEMPTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to and under the authority and requirements of Chapter 24 of the Revised Ordinances of Honolulu 1961, as amended, and the Charter of the City and County of Honolulu, the following improvement district bonds of the City and County of Honolulu have been called for redemption August 15, 1967: Improvement District No. 98, Kalihi-Uka Sewers, Sections 1-B and I-C, 4 Bonds Dated August 15, 1953, Due August 15, 1972 Redeemable August 15, 1954 Bond No. 47 Improvement District No. 100, Walanae Sewerage District. Sections 1, 3 and 7, 4 Bonds Dated August 15, 1953, Due August 15, 1972 Redeemable August 15, 1954 Bond Nos. 51 and 52 Improvement District No. 137, Aiea Heights Sewers, Section 1, 5 Bonds Dated August 15, 1960, Due August 15, 1969 Redeemable August 15, 1961 Bond Nos. 45-49, inclusive Improvement District No. 169, University Avenue, 5 Bonds Dated August 15, 1965, Due , August 15, 1984 Redeemable August 15, 966 Bond Nos. 6-11, inclusive Payment of the f a ce NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Liquor Commission of the City and County of Honolulu, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 159, Revised Laws of Hawaii 1955, as amended, will hold a public hearing at the office of the Commission. 1455 S. Berctania St. ' Hono- lulu, Hawaii, on THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1967, at 4:00 p.m., for the purpose of considering the application for liquor license set forth hereunder and any protests and objections to the granting thereof. Protests and objections may be made by any cs voter for the election precinct within which the premises of the applicant is located or by any person owning in fee simple or holding under a recorded lease any real estate situate within a distance of 500 feet from the nearest point of the premises involved in the application to the nearest point of such real estate. Written protests and objections should be filed with the Secretary of the Commission at or before the time of hearing, but any one interested may appear in person at the hearing. APPLICATION NO. 864 Applicant: Certified Corporation Firm Name: Certified Corporation Place of business: 2888 Ualena Street, Honolulu License applied for: Wholesale General DATED: July 14, 1967 LIQUOR COMMISSION OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU AMBROSE J. ROSEHILL, Chairman By Wm. H. Lucas Executive Secretary (S.-B.: July 20 & 27, 1967) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Liquor Commission of the City and County of Honolulu, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 159, Revised Laws of Hawaii 1955, as amended, will hold a public hearing at the office of the Commission, 1455 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, Hawaii, on THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1967, at 4:00 p.m., for the purpose of considering the application for liquor license set forth hereunder and any protests and objections to the granting thereof. Protests and objections may be made by any registered voter for the election precinct within which the premises of the applicant is located or by any person owning in fee simple or holding under a recorded lease any real estate situate within a distance of 500 feet from the nearest point of the premises involved in the application to the nearest point of such real estate. - Written protests and objections should be filed with the Secretary of the Commission at or before the time of hearing, but any one interested may appear in person at the hearing. APPLICATION NO. 674 Applicant: Kenichi Inafuku Firm Name: Robert's Market Place of business: 2012 Houghtailing Street, Honolulu License applied for: Retail General DATED: July 14, 1967 LIQUOR COMMISSION OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU AMBROSE J. ROSEHILL, Chairman By Wm. H. Lucas Executive Secretary (S.-B.: July 20 & 27, 1967) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Liquor Commission of the City and County of Honolulu, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 159, Revised Laws of Hawaii 1955,as amended, will hold a public hearing at the office of the Commission, 1455 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, Hawaii, on THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1967, at 4:00 p.m., for the purpose of considering the application for liquor license set forth hereunder and any protests and objections to the granting thereof. Protests and objections may be made by any registered voter for the election precinct within which the premises of the applicant is located or by any person owning in fee simple or holding under a recorded lease any real estate situate within a distance of 500 feet from the nearest point of the premises involved in the application to the nearest point of such real estate. Written protests and objecons should be filed with the Secretary of the Commission at or before the time of hearina, but any one interested may appear in person at th;herairg. APPLICATION NO. 111 Applicant: G & K Enterprises, Ltd. - Firm Name: Surf Lounge Place of business: 444 Kanekapolei Place, Honolulu License applied for: Dispenser General DATED: July 14, 1t67 LIQUOR COMMISSION OF THE - CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU AMBROSE J. ROSEHILL, Chairman By Wm. H. Lucas - Executive Secretary (S.-B.: July 20 & 27, 1967) - LEGAL NOTICE DTICE bond des?mption toy accrued to August made by Finance on e at the of- 1 ision of Ind County 5r Hall, Hoi6313, upon id surrenLs with all ng subset 15, 1967, st on the will cease 1967. ring on or i, 1967, ape bonds ?demption, ion of the ched and ayment in r. K f Finance ounty , Aug. 3, FINAL ENT in Section 1955, as L'ICE IS N that the or of the of Honolud and cerimount to be due or of the for by ving been iver, Ltd., F-331-67 ore Trunk ince), Job H. C. Lee Director trice td County 3111111 967) ING or Corn-pursuant s of Haig at the ' Hono- 1967, at pro-Protests voter mises of ig in fee real es-he near:ation to led with the time r in per, , LULU rman ING or Corn-' Pursuant s Of Haaring at St., Ho1967, at pro-Protests ?d voter mises of pg in fee real es-he near:ation to led with the time r in per-LULU rman ING or Corn-pursuant s of Haaring at St., Ho1967, at pro-Protests ?d voter mises of ig in fee real es-re near!ation to led with the time r in perK En- - , LULU rman , amount of each bond designated for redemption together with any accrued interest thereon to August 15, 1967, will be made by the Director of Finance on or after said date at the office of the Division of Treasury, City and County of Honolulu, City Hall, Honolulu, Haw-aii 96313, upon presentation and surrender of the bonds with all coupons maturing subsequent to August 15, 1967, attached. Interest on the aforesaid bonds will cease as of August 15, 1967. Coupons maturing on or before August 15, 1967, appertaining to the bonds designated for redemption, may, at the option of the holder, be detached and presented for payment in the usual manner. E. H. COOK Director of Finance City and County of Honolulu (S.-B.: July 27, Aug. 3, 1967) NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT As provided in Section 193-20. R.L.H. 1955, as amended. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the to the Contractor of the City and County of Honolulu has determined and certified to the amount deemed by him to be due to the Contractor of the contract set out hereinafter. the work called for by said contract having been fully completed. James W. Glover, Ltd., Contract No. F-331-67 West Loch Shore Trunk Sewer (Advance), Job No. 46-66 (s) David H. C. Lee Acting Director of Finance City and County of Honolulu (S.-B.: July 27, 1967) t 4 ts, I , I t. t A, ) i .. ...., , , d 1 r? .

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