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Hawaii Tribune Herald - - MIZED PLATE -

1942

To dis­cuss fi­nal steps for dis­band­ing the club, the So­ci­ety of Amer­i­cans of Ja­panese An­ces­try will meet at 4:30 p.m. Tues­day in the Board of Su­per­vi­sors as­sem­bly room in the County Build­ing.

The re­port on dis­band­ing will be submitted by a com­mit­tee led by Deputy County At­tor­ney Tom Okino.

••• The Hilo Elks Lodge will cel­e­brate the pay­ment of the mort­gage on its club­house on Ki­noole Street with a “burn­ing” cer­e­mony Sun­day af­ter­noon at the club­house, it was an­nounced today by P.H. Bayly, sec­re­tary.

The build­ing was erected 13 years ago by the lodge and it was only re­cently that the mort­gage was paid up. To cel­e­brate the event, the lodge in­vited E.J. Galusha, district deputy of the Elks; J. Roger MacGuigan, ex­alted ruler of the Honolulu Elks; and Mark Huck­en­stein, also of the Honolulu lodge.

The cel­e­bra­tion will be­gin with a luncheon Sun­day at­tended by 100 mem­bers and their wives. Danc­ing will fol­low with the Po­lice Glee Club fur­nish­ing the mu­sic.

1967

Pa­paya ship­pers have ben­e­fited from the start of United Air­lines cargo ser­vice in mid-Oc­to­ber. …

Andy Hayashi, man­ager of Mr. Pa­paya Co-op, said, “We’re op­ti­mistic, but we also re­al­ize we need more pro­mo­tion of pa­paya on the main­land.”

More than 600,000 pounds of pa­paya is sent to the main­land each month from the Big Is­land and Ge­orge Aoki, co­op­er­a­tive ex­ten­sion ser­vice agent, es­ti­mated that some 7 mil­lion to 8 mil­lion pounds of pa­paya will be ex­ported this com­ing year.

This, how­ever, is far be­low the more than 14 mil­lion pounds pre­dicted by L.E. Perry, United Pa­cific-Ori­ent man­ager, in Oc­to­ber. He said that by De­cem­ber, each of United’s four weekly cargo flights would be car­ry­ing 100,000 pounds of pa­paya.

This would in­di­cate an al­most im­me­di­ate boom within the in­dus­try of nearly 50 per­cent on main­land de­liv­er­ies.

Hayashi and Aoki were quick to point out the ca­pa­bil­ity of pro­duc­ers in Hawaii to reach the to­tal at this time is im­pos­si­ble. At the same time, how­ever, the in­dus­try has ben­e­fited eco­nom­i­cally from di­rect flights in the elim­i­na­tion of the Honolulu trans­fer and trans-ship­ment costs, be­tween 2 to 3 cents per pound, ac­cord­ing to Hayashi. …

Oc­to­ber ship­ping to­tals, re­ported by Stan­ley Ran­dolph, United Air­lines’ Hilo man­ager, were 388,140 pounds out­go­ing and 230,830 pounds in­com­ing.

1992

No pa­per pub­lished.

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