Honolulu Star-Bulletin from Honolulu, Hawaii on December 24, 1927 · 30
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Honolulu Star-Bulletin from Honolulu, Hawaii · 30

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Saturday, December 24, 1927
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Photos by The Star-Bulletin Cameraman News of Hawaii end Abroad in Pictures; i mxnhxhx Bint-l&xxllmxt Photos cf Personalities end Events, Honolulu Star-IJulUtin, Saturday, Dec. 2t, 102? ft r L i V.1 t r f it t if - S if i i .Jf t. 1 w 1 t KCE IIEALTII-BEALTY-HArPINESS These are the members ol the health committee of the Y. V. C. A. Standing, Miss May Gay Ueft, physical education instructor of tne University of Hawaii, and Miss Nina Adams, physical education, director of the Territorial normal enrl Irainir.ff sa-hrwil istMncr Miss TTora T.irfs-at rio,ht- rhairman nt thA lvrh house committee, and Miss Gladys Van Meter, health education day of school director of the Y. W. C. A- Star-Bulletin photo. principal of the school, are standing near the tree. Star-Bulletin photo, s .' SHE STEPS INYO IAN"S PLACE Wh.cn O. T, Sullivan, super In-ter.aent of mails, was sick tno the bissert mail in Honolulu's hiMory arrived on the Wilhelmma Tuesday inght, foullivans s?crPtary. xisa SANTA CLAUS :LAUS CAME-He made his appearance at Kauluwela school at the Christmas celebration JgS? fkof theery S,irrit!S? , when little brothers and sisters were guests of the class. Mrs. Zoe Latham, teacher of the class, and Mrs. isaDea reion.on, JLstar-Bulistin photo. r r 1 r SILKS AIIE SEIZED Smugglers attempting to slip valuable Oriental silks through the mail disguised as "news." were thwarted by Ross Bsmrose, left, and Leslie Brewer, customs inspectors in the local postoffice, who found the booty wrapped inside Chinese newspapers. The slsuths are shown with "the papers." A postoffice employe is receiving the parcels that have passed taspection. tar-Bulletin photo,. 1., . ... ..ii...MMMti,.iMt...-ivjiiapriPin WWnMihw. . , u ; - y , ' ' : ! i : M vt - " ; ' : -y : - i v. v ...... .... s . ; ' J. ' .-. Jt " i ' . - is; S ' 'fi U: , : .... . :; j,J t- . ! !: 1 pi . . . . ; K" . n ; ' -' ' '- 1 J i i . . . . ! v , Hi E - , . . . - - H i a .. : ' X . ' ' ' ' ! W. 'I f"f I I'firwoar ' ' r IIMI .1 1 1 11 ''l i'l'11 1 " llir-' iniflMy immnMImMMWmnilto-im'timfmt luMiJllMlJ ? HONORS PAID TO PHYSICIAN A reception committee from the Chinese Chamber of Commerce met Dr. F. K. Lam when he returned Wednesday on the Malolo after a successful trip to Washington, where he was able to have the "liver fluke clause" in the immigration rulings lifted. Left to right, Wong Lum, vice president of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce; Loo Joe, father of Mrs. Lam, Mrs. Lam, Dr. Lam, D. Waising, president of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce, and Dr. Dai Yen Chang, chairman of the reception committee. Star-Bulletin photo. V . .tp Hrarf, nf the f-pp Kinderearten and -Children's Aid association and director of the various playgrounds in Honolulu w?re guests of xr. T;KJ; f me association, and Mrs. Swanzy are in front, weartng leis presented to them by aU the kindergarten and playgrounds. star-Bulletin pnoto. I' . . - -'- ' I? r 1 H f " ... i'rv-. . ' : i 5 t.: , . !t. X ' : ' '.: t f i - : ' .S 4 '.. i ..' i1-,. : i ...v- . . " i'- : , ' .v J .X: a; ,. ' ' ' J .; . .... .. .J-' V i. D '.. ' ? 1 f v. - 1 1 I : " : - . r - . - f I I - i , f I , -'',11 I i - I - f ' I I i , if t I r ; - I ? ... '3 ....... . .; v. ..... ..... .. sc. A . . K rinn-n in "mijn1 iiiii;!.n.iimmmniT iiihi mmn .inasaJ COMES HOME FOR VISIT Robert S. Lam, who has been studying in Ohio, returned to Honolulu on the Malolo Wednesday after an absence of 11 years. He will return to the mainland after a short stay here. He is a brother cf Dr. F. K. Lam, who also returned on the Malolo. Star-Bulletin photo. r r .. t t : 4 .. i S r : .s 'Ui'. WC5r9!?rf?? W- ' Mlill MlfMlllliniMMIIIITIIMllMlMili trn'E AGIN Relatives of Dr. and Mrs. F. K. Lam met them at the pier Wednesday when they re-: tne Malolo after a visit of some weeks on the mainland. Left to right, Mrs. Loo. sister of Mrs. turned cm wi mother of Mrs. Lam; Mrs. Lam, Dr. Lam, and Loo Joe, father of Mrs. Lam. In front arethe two children who returned with tiieir parents. Star-Bulletin photo. TAME ENDURING Gutzon Borglum's statue of Alexander Stephens, vice president of the Confederate States of America, which is shortly to be unveiled in the hall of fame at the capitol in Washington. It is a gift from Stephens' native state of Georgia. v. S 7 - V 1 ' . ' . '''' f X I V ' XX . - V ' 7 V r, rrzTrrnT ; ,:' ' "I. . ....... t I i ;. ; . - M; i s ,A,.,,.,..1 ,Ji HE'S STARTING EARLY L'ounpr Joseph Kc-kauliks TIc;sman, 15 months old. has gotten enc of the bell-tone ukuleles belc.ia.nK to his father, Georfe P. Mossman. and is dc!r.on:tratir.; how easy it is to play. i ' s? , j : ' '' ? t T i v fit k :::. '-y . ; sY ? V p t W ! HE LOOKS GENTLE This is one of the two bears brought to Honolulu bv E. K. Fernandez on the City of Honolulu Friday as a part of the big circus which will open here next week. The photo was taken by the Los Angeles Steamship Co. photographer at Wilmington, CaL, as the animal was waiting lor the sling to take him aboard the ship. C.CrXG 'Urt Tills is the ry ll.cy ?ict elephants on shipboard. The anil al v.as one cf the Tour ele'har .j vhich came, together with other animals, eouinment. and with 40 members of the troupe, on tha Citv of Honolulu Friday as the first comDlete circus ever to visit the islands. Photo by Los Angeles Steamship Co., Wilmington, CaL'

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