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1 HAWA MARNE Voluntary payment for delivery to MCAS housing/$1 per four week period VOL 10 NO 48 KANEOHE BAY, HAWA, DEC 2, 1981 TWENTY PAGES Plane crash-lands in bay by Cpl Chris The pilot of a Piper Cherokee-6 aircraft was forced to crash land in Kaneohe Bay Nov 25 at approximately 11:40 am after experiencing a power failure The pilot, George Leavitt, and seven passengers, George and LaRue Nixon, Leslie and Scott Ahlstrom and their three children, Kenneth, 5, Emmett, 4 and Tonegatto Russel, 11/2, sustained no injuries Approximately four minutes after the eight were in the water sailors from Station Operations and Main- tenance Squadron's Waterfront Operations had rescued them "Everyone was so calm," commented LaRue Nixon "You would've never realized we were going to crash George (Leavitt) told everyone what to do in a calm voice and we did it" George Nixon said, "t really didn't sink in that we were crash landing These things happen to other people, not us "But, no one panicked or screamed After the plane was in the bay we just climbed out onto the wing We made sure the children were out, then inflated our life jackets George (Leavitt) even had time to hand my wife's purse to her and got my camera out" He continued, "Even the children were calm The only time they cried was when waves washed over their heads" The five adults and three children were taken to the Kaneohe Branch, Naval Regional Medical Clinic where they were examined by Naval doctors, then released On the way back to Honolulu Leslie Ahlstrom recalled that the one thought on her mind was saving her children " was prepared to swim all three to shore at once if necessary didn't even stop and think the others would help me" George Leavitt broke the silence that followed and said, "Now we really have something to be thankful for tomorrow at Thanksgiving" EASY DOES T -A Piper Cherokee-6 airplane is hoisted out of Kaneohe Bay Four sailors and one civilian employee of the Naval Ocean Systems Center Photo by Sgt Pepper Davis retrieved the aircraft Nov 27 after it experienced power failure and crash-landed Nov 25 A THANKFUL FAMLY - Leslie Ahlstrom, her mother LaRue Nixon and husband Scott Ahlstrom pose with their children Russell, 11/2, Emmett, 4, and Kenneth, 5 in the Emergency Room of the Photo courtesy of Honolulu Advertiser Kaneohe Branch, Naval Regional Medical Clinic They were six of eight people in a Piper Cherokee-6 that had crash-landed in Kaneohe Bay Nov 25 Commandant underscores legal programs importance HQMC, WASNGTON - The Marine Corps' Legal Assistance Program has recently assumed a position of greater importance Marines who may need legal advice regarding personal matters such as wills, contract problems, marital difficulties, or adoptions, may obtain this assistance from a legal assistance officer The importance of the legal assistance program has been underscored by the Commandant in his recent White Letter, 10-81, sent to all Commanding Generals, Commanding Officers and Officers-in-Charge "Given the complexities of modern day living and the special sacrifices inherent in military life, it is not surprising that many Marines, especially in the junior ranks, experience personal problems of a legal nature," said the Commandant " n the vast majority of cases, the Marine concerned cannot afford the high cost of civilian legal services "When these problems go unresolved, morale, attention to duty and effectiveness suffer," he stated "n extreme cases the result is adverse administrative or disciplinary action" General Barrow cited the Marine Corps' past position in legal matters "Unfortunately, legal assistance programs have historically been given relatively low priority when competing for limited resources against demands for other forms of legal services," he stated "While recognizing that statutory requirements such as those imposed by the Uniform Code of Military Justice must be given preference, am convinced that more attention must be focused on our capabilities to assist our Marines," stated the Commandant To this end the Commandant has directed that the legal assistance effort be upgraded through increased command attention and by assigning a greater number of judge advocates to such offices As an example, the HQMC legal assistance office has been expanded from one captain to a lieutenant colonel and two captains This office will coordinate with the other services and provide guidance to all legal Marines lack gift-giving spirit assistance offices throughout the Corps More suitable office space, more experinece lawyers and upgraded support in terms of additional special training, are being emphasized in this recent initiative As the Commandant concludes in his White Letter to commanders, " encourage each of you to see to it that this service is wellpublicized, easily accessible and well integrated with all other Marine Corps-sponsored personal and family assistance programs" At MCAS Kaneohe Bay, legal assistance is available at the Legal Services Center, Building 256 Legal assistance available includes legal advice, specific legal assistance in some areas and notarial services Assistance is available on an appointment bases during normal working hours Sergeants and below in rank should make appointments through their unit legal officers Staff noncommissioned officers, officers, dependents and retired military may call , , for more information or an appointment Station donors shorten blood drive Photo by Sgt Ernie Carter GVNG THANKS - Lance Corporal Kevin Dryer (left) joins Jack Richardson, his family and friends as they offer praise for a bountiful Thanksgiving Day LCp1 Dryer and LCp1 Thomas Hutchman (not shown), both from Company L, 3d Battalion, 3d Marines, 1st Marine Brigade, were welcomed into the Richardson home through the host family program Forty families invited 60 single Marines into their homes to share Thanksgiving in a family atmosphere lea almost that time of year when gift-giving becomes a national pastime But Marines at the Marine Corps Air Station are falling a little behind in giving the gift of life Blood donations are below anticipated goals During 1981, medical teams from the Tripler Army Medical Center came to the Air Station approximately three times a month to draw blood from volunteers Only six such visits are planned for 1982 Nov 23, 45 Marines from the Air Station and the 1st Marine brigaue were slated to donate blood Only eight showed up The next scheduled blood donation dates are Dec 24 and 28, to cover the heavy holiday accident period NAVY LEUTENANT John Taylor is in charge of the ongoing Blood Donor Program here "The team from Tripler arrives behind the branch clinic around 8 am and is ready to take blood by 8:15 or 8:30", said Lt Taylor "They're geared to stay the whole day, but usually leave around noon because there just aren't enough donors" Correspondence Dependents as well as Marines can donate blood There are only a few medical restrictions for blood donors For example, those w1-o have taken Malaria Prophylaxis, the big pink pill often given to Marines on deployment, are not eligible to donate blood within three years of taking the drug Marines are advised to stop by sick bay the day before donating blood to make sure they are medically eligible T TAKES ONLY about 30 minutes to fill out the necessary paperwork, take a simple lab test to determine if you have enough blood, and then donate a pint of blood Lt Taylor claims that it doesn't make any difference what type of blood is donated All blood donated stays at Tripler for use by military personnel and their dependents The Blood Donor Program keeps Tripler from having to lotiy blood from civilian blood banks Anyone interested in donating the gift of life should contact Lt Taylor at /3457 General stresses importance of sharing accomplishments with families HQMC, WASNGTON - Taking care of Marines and their fami lies has been a hallmark of the Corps for generations A part of this care is sharing the accomplishments of individual Marines with their own families The Commandant of the Marine Corps, General Robert H Barrow, addressed this very issue in White Letter 11-81: Correspondence to Marine Corps Families Concerning Accomplishments of Marines "n a prior White Letter, emphasized the importance of Marine Corps families, and have been pleased with the response of many commands in ensuring that the members of our Marines' families are included in special ceremonies nad taken care of in times of need," said Gen Barrow While noting the valuable and growing asset of Family Service Centers, the Commandant focused his attention on other methods of recognizing Marines for their accomplishments " have recently become aware of at least one commander who is sending personal letters to the families of his Marines upon occasions of their promotions, awards and other special times in order to share the proud moment with them," stated the Commandant " applaud this initiative and encourage each of you to do the same" Gen Barrow emphasized that the letters should possess professional quality in every sense "These letters should, of course, be of high quality and receive close attention to ensure that they are accurate and that they provide an excellent appearance since they often become a source of special pride and a treasured memento of the recipient as well as the Marine" The Commandant noted that while letters are important, other steps should be taken " would also add that, when and if appropriate, presentation rather than mailing of these letters should be coordinated with officer selection officers, recruiters, and public affairs offices to ensure that publicity is arranged with local newspapers," he said "n this regard, your extra effort can pay long-range dividends to the Marine Corps in gaining favorable publicity for our men and women and their families in their hometowns "At the very least, a personal letter to the family will build that pride and espirt de corps which is so important to your unit's integrity and accomplishment of our mission" Concluding, Gen Barrow stated, "t is a technique which has great potential for positive feadback at every level of leadership, and one which should be used by commanding officers to single out the accomplishments of individual Marines whenever possible" Published by RFD Publications, nc, a private firm in no way connected with the Department of the Navy or the US Marine Corps Opinions expressed by publishers and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of the Department of the Navy or the US Marine Corps; The appearance of advertisements in this publication including inserts, does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of the Navy or the US Marine Corps of the firms, products or services advertised

2 $$$$ : $s$ , Page A-2, Dec 2, 1981 A ROSY RETRE- MENT - Colonel Mike Keane, Commanding Officer, 1st Radio Battalion, presents a bouquet of roses to Arlene Hunter, wife of Master Gunnery Sergeant Claire Hunter (left) MGy- Sgt Hunter retired from active duty Friday and was transferred to the Fleet Marine Force Reserve His career in the Corps started nearly 30 years ago in March 1952 Photo by SSgt Joe Blackburn Anniversary Bishop Museum and Science Center celebrates 20th year The Bishop Museum and Science Center will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its dedication and opening Dec 12 t was more than 20 years ago that a retired astronomer and teacher, Dr Earle Linsley, came to Hawaii and with his infectious enthusiasm sparked a drive to establish a planetarium for the people of Hawaii, having especially in mind the tremendous educational value for H&R BLOCK ncome Tax Preparation Phone Or school children of such a facility Funds were raised by subscription, gifts from school children, substantial assistance from the Junior League, and grants from local business and industry At a total cost of $280,000 a beautiful facility was completed that today would cost well over $1 million The Planetarium and Science Center has served the people of Hawaii well Hun- dreds of thousands of school children have been enthralled under the starry indoor sky, learning about planets, constellations, space exploration, and other exciting subjects Many families make a regular pilgrimage to the planetarium to take in each new show To mark this special anniversary, the Planetarium will present a new program, "Planetarium on Parade," which will reveal the inner REAL ESTATE SCHOOL SALESMEN PRELCENSNG 9500 PLUS BOOKS MNMUM 1 0 STUDENTS CLASS STARTS JANUARY FOR FEBRUARY TESTNG DATE DAYTME AND EVENNG CLASSES FAHRN SCHOOL OF REAL ESTATE PC,HAWA workings of the Plantarium's "magic lantern" and highlight the programs of the past 20 years This special show will be presented only from Friday to Dec 19 t will be followed by the traditional "Star of Bethlehem" show from Dec 20 through Jan 3 For more information, call the Planetar-, ium at SUZUK S, STATE WDE CLEARANCE! 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3 Dec 2, 1981, Page A-3 Photo by SSgl Joe Blackburn SOME ASSEMBLY REQURED - Nick Strain steadies a 3,150 pound granite memorial as he and Lonnie Baker (foreground) guide it onto its base near the flagpole in front of the Air Station Headquarters The memorial was contributed by the Kaneohe Klippers, in memory of the gallant men who gave their lives Dec 7, 1941 defending the then Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay against enemy attack The monument was dedicated this morning in a special service that included a 21-gun salute WE BUY GOLD SLVER PLATNUM DAMONDS WATCHES US & FOREGN CONS PRESTGE HONOLULU KANEOHE 746 KAPAHULU KAHUPA OPEN 9-5 DALY SAT 9-2 Memorial services Two memorial services honoring American servicemen who lost their lives Dec 7, 1941 are scheduled to be held here The Kaneohe Klipper's Association will dedicate a new marble memorial located in front of the Ait Station headquarters, today The service commences at 10 am and includes a 21-gun salute, performance by the Fleet Marine Force Pacific Band and monument blessing by 5 WEEK NTRODUCTORY C/ COURSE FOR ORGAN Easiest and Fastest Method Known Designed Eiiecially fort Persons with No Musical Knowledge Whatsoever', born Ages 16 to KO kuswo Jan Takashi AS your instructor, may personally invite you to loin us - will he an experience to last a lifetime 'Private lessons also available) salute during morning colors at 8 NBC TV shows The Today Show and the NBC Nightly News will feature the Marine Corps Air Station, Kaneohe Bay; Naval Station, Pearl Harbot; Hickam Air Force Base; and Schofield Barracks, Monday, the 40th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Oahu While on the island in November, film crews interviewed survivors of the attack at Pearl Harbor and John Finn, recipient of the Medal of Honor for his actions at Kaneohe Bay, Dec 7, 1941 They also filmed the raising Class Mee a Weekly For 5 Consecutive Weeks on Tues Fri and Saturday You need not own an organ All music & materials are furnished REGSTER NOW! 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6 Page A-6, Dec 2-198t Sailor recounts Dec 7 attack A CLAM NEVER MADE - " never claimed that shot that plane down," said John Finn, recipient of themedal of Honor, "but if missed it should have been drummed out of the Navy for poor marksmanship" During a recent tour to the Air Station, Finn stood at the site where the first Japanese aircraft crashed during the attack on Dec 7, 1941 RELVNG A TME - While at the look-out on Kansas Tower recently, John Finn explains to Colonel Charles Robinson, Commanding Officer, Marine Corps Air Station, the direction that the Japanese took as they attacked the Air Station Dec 7, 1941 Finn, a Navy Chief Ordinance at the time, received the Medal of Honor for his actions that day by Sgt nez J Stoner t has been nearly 40 years since that Dec 7 morning when Navy Chief Ordanceman John on the ram, at Hangar 3 watching his world go up in smoke Nov 9, 1981 John Finn once again stood on the ramp and relived the events of the day that led to his receiving the Medal of Honor Finn received the Medal of Honor, the nation's highest award for valor, for his actions at Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, Territory of Hawaii, Dec 7, 1941 "We had been on a sort of alert for several months up to that time," said Finn during a recent interview Finn was at home in bed when the attack began " heard the airplanes but never thought it was an attack because the air raid siren didn't blow," he said "They never did blow that darn air raid siren" The siren had been installed two days before A neighbor banged on his door and told him that he was needed at the hangar Finn was the senior Chief Ordnanceman for Navy Patrol Squadron-14 He remembered pulling on his shoes, not taking time for socks He jumped in his car with his neighbor and raced toward the hangar area As he rounded Kansas To- wer he saw smoke bellowing from the hangars below "We heard machinegun fire but we still didn't know what was going on was trying to sort out all these sounds that was hearing," he said As Finn's sped car around Kansas Tower a Japanese Zero came up from behind and banked in front of him "When saw those big red meatballs on that plane said to myself, `My God, this is the real thing, this is the Japs'" He recalled that the enlisted men parked across the street from the hanger while the officers were allowed to park on the ramp "t never occured to me to park on the ramp even though it was much closer to the hanger," said Finn " just pulled right into my normal parking spot across the street" " was out of that car before it even came to a stop and ran like a deer across the street to the hangar " was a East and West clashed Dec 7, 1941 lot more agile in those days," he said Finn knew that there were a number of pound depth charges inside the hangar and his first action was to see that they were removed immediately He then pulled a 30 caliber machine gun onto the unprotected ramp and began firing at the enemy aircarft flying overhead "We weren't set up for any kind of ground defense," said Finn "There was nothing to defend yourself with We didn't have mounts for any of the guns, they were on the planes and the planes were all on fire We had only one gun mount, set up for instruction But before the day was out we had built dozens of them "f we had been even half-way prepared ", his voice trailed off "Everyone was in a stupor There were so many people just standing there, looking t was hard to believe what was happening didn't think it was even possible that we would ever be attacked," he said There was emotion in his voice as he recounted the events that changed the course of many lifes He described in detail the memories he could never erase from his mind or his heart During the attack a sailor who had been firing a 50 caliber machine gun left his weapon and ran toward Finn " yelled at him to get back to his gun," said Finn "He stopped and then ran toward me again yelled at him again three times before he got close enough to tell me that his gun was jammed" Finn ran to the 50 caliber machine gun, repaired the weapon and continued firing from that position According to Finn it seemed as if the Japanese had finished their attack and were leaving when he saw one plane leave the formation and swing back toward the hangar area " watched that plane as it flew right over Kaneohe city, but lost sight of it behind the thick black smoke from the planes burning in the bay watched for it to come out on the other side of the smoke but it never did knew he had turned into the smoke and was heading straight for the hangar" " aimed that 50 caliber straight into the smoke where thought he would come out Sure enough, he did shot right into the propeller hub of that plane as it came through the smoke straight at me He came so close that the concussion nearly knocked me over" Finn watched as the Japanese aircraft circled and crashed into the hill at Kansas Tower A memorial!tow marks the spot where Lieutenant Fusata ida of the mperial Japanese Navy gave his life for his country " never claimed that shot that plane down," said Finn, "but if missed it should have been drummed out of the Navy for poor marksmanship," Later that day Finn viewed the pilot's body " can remember seeing him while he lay dead and just kind of felt sorry for the guy don't mean that was calm and had no feelings at all, was just madder than hell at our unpreparedness and at the Japanese in general But felt no animosity toward this man" Finn stood for a moment of silence Nov 9, at the site of Lt ida's crash The attack on Kaneohe began just before 8 am t came in waves and lasted approximately two and a half hours When the attack over, Fill recalls, " was just standing there had been wounded several times saw all the damage that had been done, the PBYs burning in the water felt like wanted to cry and turned to this guy and said, 'Would you look what they've done to us in just 15 minutes'" At that time it Was well after 10 am Finn received a tremendous amount of shrapnel in the arms, chest and legs He had also been shot in the foot He checked into sick bay the next day and remained there until the day before Christmas n the fall of he's not sure of the date Finn, in the presence of his wife, Alice, was presented the medal by Admiral William "Bull" Halsey aboard the USS Enterprise at Pearl Harbor He was later commissioned Presently there are approximately 3,400 Medal of Honor recipients Finn was born in Belle Vernon, Calif He enlisted in the Navy in 1926 He retired in 1947 as a lieutenant n addition to the Medal of Honor, Finn also earned the Purple Heart and the Good Conduct medals He now lives with his wife on a ranch in San Diego County, Calif Finn was one of 199 Medal of Honor holders attending the 12th Biennial Congressional Medal of Honor Society Convention in Honolulu, Nov 8 through 12 The last time he was on the island was 1946 John and Alice Finn Behind every great man Behind every great man is a great woman Behind John Finn, recipient of the Medal of Honor for his actions at Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, Dec 7, 1941, is his wife, Alice Alice accompanied her husband to Honolulu to attend the 12th Biennial Congressional Medal of Honor Society Convention, Nov 8 through 12 WLE ON THE island, Alice and John Finn spent Nov 9 touring the Air Station As she traveled across the Pali toward Kaneohe for the first time in almost 40 years, the memories returned with bittersweetness John and Alice had been married nearly eight years at the time the Japanese attacked the island They had moved into base housing after living several months in a cottage on the beach They were the first to live in their new house located at the foot of Kansas Tower Alice distinctly remembers the confusion of that Dec 7 morning "We knew something was going on," she said, "but we weren't sure what it was" SHE REMEMBERS hearing the noise of the attack and seeing some of the Japanese aircraft fly over the housing area on their way to and from the hangars by Sgt nez J Stoner John was a Navy Chief Ordnanceman with Navy Patrol Squadron-14 As their husbands fought for their lives down near the hangars, the wives found comfort in each other "A few of the women got really upset and hysterical," said Alice "The rest of us were just kind of numb We tried to put what was happening out of our minds," she continued "Most of us tried to pretend that we were just waiting for our men to come home from work as usual" THAT MORNNG 19 men didn't come home from work as usual John Finn was not one of them She remembers her husband coming home, wounded several times from the attack She fixed a cheese sandwich for him to eat She was glad to have him home "You can worry yourself to death-about whether or not he's all right, but pretty soon you realize that thinking that way isn't going to do you any good and it isn't going to do him any good," she said There were rumors that the Japanese had taken the island and were wearing uniforms similar to the US Navy's To avoid mistaking Americans for the enemy, the sailors were told to dye their Navy Whites brown Huge vats of boiling coffee had been set up outside the headquarters building for this purpose She remembers watching her husband select a uniform to dye AROUND NOON on Dec 7, fearing more attacks would follow, dependent wives and children were evacuated to Kailua Alice was one of only a few women who elected to remain with their husbands at Kaneohe instead of returning to the mainland For the next couple of years she worked censoring mail going on and off the Air Station t was in the fall of 1942 that Alice and John learned he was to receive the Medal of Honor for his actions during the attack Aboard the USS Enterprise, Alice proudly watched as John was presented the Medal of Honor by Admiral William "Bull" Halsey "SO FAR AS know," said John, "Alice is the only woman to be allowed aboard a man-of-war, in a war zone, during a war" John retired from the Navy as a lieutenant in 1947 They now live on a horse ranch in San Diego County, Calif They have one son, Joseph, who lives in Lakeside, Calif History's complex web caught up the little people 0 by Jim Long and Bob Edwards They met here, 40 years ago The little people, caught in the complex web of history n retrospect, it is Possible to trace the events which led to their confrontation on that day The small events in their lives, the little decisions of living, woven in with the political maneuvering of nations, the marshalling of vast economic and military forces n the final analysis, it is this confrontation between little people that determines history These then, are the little people, and the vast historical forces, that came face to face at Kaneohe 40 years ago This is the confrontation of East and West N THE EAST it was the year of the Tiger n the West it was 1938 Japanese aeronautical engineers perfected a new plane with tremendous speed, maneuverability, range and most important, carrier based t was named the Zero Japanese military planners were casting envious glances at the rich rubber and oil of Malaysia The United States Naval planners were casting glances towards Mokapu Peninsula on the northeast corner of Oahu t seemed an ideal place for an air station Manuel Silva, while working maintenance construction at the new Royal Hawaiian Hotel in Waikiki, was doing some eyeing himself Margaret Afong was beginning to look good to him n the East it was the year of the Rabbit n the West it was 1939 Japanese military planners were seriously investigating plans for operations toward Malaysia Tommie Tam began working construction at a new military base The US Navy had purchased Mokapu Peninsula, and work was starting to build a Naval Air Station there Manuel Silva had made an acquisition himself He married Margaret Afong and was adapting his bachelor's life to marriage N THE WEST it was 1940 n the East it was the year of the Dragon, and the dragon began breathing fire and smoke The Zero made its first combat appearance in China To the amazement of even the Japanese themselves, it proved so potent that within one week opposition fighters were swept from the sky, never to return in strength A young naval pilot, Fusata ida, gained his first combat experience in the Zero He was impressed n the West, France collapsed before the blitzkrieg of German armor, and Britain was reeling from blows by the Luftwaffe and Wolfpacks Stan Payne, for reasons he didn't understand, was undergoing midnight civil defense drills while working at Pohakuloa on Hawaii n the East, the fire breathing dragon became a snake, ready to strike anything that frightened or threat ened it The year of the Dragon became the year of the Snake t was 1941 N THE SUMMER, Japanese troops and ships initiated movements toward Malaysia, and the United States lodged a formal protest To put teeth in the protest, the United States froze all Japanese assets in the country and placed an embargo on trade in oil and iron with Japan Japanese politicians reeled in shock An island nation, Japan depended on foreign oil to power her vital fleets t was the year of the Snake, and the Japanese felt threatened The military began to coil for the strike n August, Japanese naval pilots, almost all China veterans, began extensive training in torpedo bombing in shallow water SALVAGE ATTEMPT - Sailors try to salvage a damaged seaplane on the flight line during the Japanese aerial attack on Kaneohe Naval Air Station Tommie Tam was promoted to payroll clerk for a construction company working on the new air base on Mokapu, now called Kaneohe Naval Air Station Every Thursday, with an armed guard, he crossed the Pali with the base payroll FROM SEPT 2 thru 13, Admiral Yamamoto, Admiral Nagamo, and 1:3 other ranking officers played war games at the Japanese uneadv nl EW-a5r continued Dec 7, 1941 Of the 36 planes based at Kaneohe only three survived

7 Dee 2, 1981, Page A-7 Ceremonies honor brave Americans Superintendent Gary Cummins of the USS Arizona Memorial recently announced the schedule of events to take place at the, memorial on Dec 7, to commemo- rate the 1941 Pearl Harbor attack and to honor the more than 2,400 Americans who died in the early morning, air raid At 7:15 am, the National Park Service, with assistance and support from the US Navy, will host the traditional Pearl Harbor Day wreath ceremony aboard the USS Arizona Memorial This ceremony will include floral wreath presentations by various patriotic and civic organizations, a minute of silence at 7:55 will mark the time of the onset of the attack, a gun salute from a Navy ship, and morning colors At 10:30 am, the USS Arizona Reunion Association will hold a brief private ceremony for former members of the battleship USS Arizona At 5:15 pm, the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association will hold a sunset ceremony aboard the USS Arizona Memorial Approximately 300 PHSA members and invited guests will participate on the memorial, while some 2,500 other PHSA members, guests and general public will gather on the grounds of the USS Arizona Memorial visitor center for a direct broadcast of the proceedings nformation regarding invitations will be available from State of Hawaii PHSA president Joe Arruda at The sunset ceremony will conclude at approximately 6:15 pm with the lowering of the flag and taps The USS Arizpna Memorial will be open to the public on Dec 7, from A am until 3 pm, except for the 10:3011 am period of the USS Arizona Reunion Association private observance Cummins stated that crowds on Dec 7 are expected to be heavy, and visitors should plan to arrive as early as possible and to expect a somewhat longer than normal waiting period e CRME STOPPERS git* Sun Press & The Kailua Chamber of Commerce support HOLDAY SAVNGS 5 DAYS ONLY Open Sun 12'6 5 urn OUR 11111RTO Professional Fan nstallation at reasonable par! :Receive a light kit for ; only 48" with ;the purchase of any fan stet liefelf165 SMC CASABELLA 5, Retall 1417, Fe ter MESCALTO PACFC SURPLUS A DSTRBUTORS CALL NOW Susan Beers' Salom featuring REDKEN & NEXUS Hairstyling for men and women Manicuits Juliette Nails Waxing and Make-up Phil Ventura Sharon Pearson Verna Sopa - Polly Orr Debi Clay Candy Maynes Keala Uemoto Lon Maddams Kathleen Kennedy Cara Carter- Fill Your Christmas Stocking With Savings From Our Gigantic Tent Sale ncredible Savings on all items Wholesale Costs on Manufacturers Closeout Fabrics Notions Yardage Remnants SAT & SUN, DEC 5TH & 6TH Please call for a FREE consultation 1 t6 -C Heltill St Kailua P ANNUAL PRE-HOLDAY STORE-WDE 10% DSCOUNT SUNDAY SALE Sunday, December 6th 10:00 am-4:00 pm DSCOUNT APPLES TO ALL MERCHANDSE EXCEPT SALE GOODS HOME VDEO 787 Kafue Rd (next e ManaMers) Offering you the finest in Home Video Movie Selections and Video Equipment Over 400 move rentals to choose SUPER CHRSTMAS SPECALS Everything Only $629 person a mad want in a video recorder 42 rootlet uph all the Lone14 aositione frlectronis toner Pc turf neap s erne 1 hone timer to S bore rverfralnu none nno CALL NOW HOLDAY STORE HOURS: STARTNG SUNDAY, DEC 611 MON THRU SAT 9:30 AM to 9:00 PM SUNDAYS TLL CHRSTMAS 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM "China 'Tiffany Lamps Silver Porcelain +Furniture Glassware *Lots of Jewelry *Many other items to cofhplete your Christmas list examm eallaellanan uarten=alalae iewereemerea uorminlinew SUPER SAVNGS BEGN NOW! SEE YOU THERE!

8 Page A-8, Dec 2, 1981 CHANTED RA VE LoNc HAPPY HOLDAYS TO AL from HELEN, ART, JOY and DAPHNE R; 1051 Keolu Dr in Kailua (Next to Dairy Queen) OPEN M-F 9:0075:00, SAT 9:007:',:90 AV-8B Harrier William S McKenzie, MD SACOG Pleased to announce- the opening of his second office for the practice of OBSTETRCS/GYNECOLOGY at Kamehameha Hwy, Suite A Mililani, Hawaii (across from Mililani Texaco) Hours by appointment Mililani Office Wahiawa Office or Hours emergency call Harrier flies maiden voyage HQMC, WASNGTON - The AV-8B Harrier flew for the first time on Nov 5, 1981 at Lambert- St Louis nternational Airport in St Louis McDonnell Douglas test pilot Charley Plummer flew the Harrier through five vertical takeoffs and landings While hovering, flight test engineers, monitoring aircraft telemetry checked out the aircraft's pitch, roll and yaw stability, as well as engine thrust output' Total airborne time was about 12 minutes cenig THE AV-8B HARRER H, developed by McDonnell Douglas, is successor to the AV-8A Harrier The plane flown recently is one of four to be built for flight testing at the Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent, Md The first of 12 pilot production Harrier ts will be delivered to the Marine Corps in 1983, with a planned initial operational capability in 1985 Thie AV-8B will eventually replace five squadrons of A-4 Skyhawk attack aircraft and three squadrons of AV-8A Harriers now in service The Harrier is powered by the of michael pence emphasis: \o-nr divorce bankruptcy & adoption century center kalakaua ave suite Rolls-Royce Pegasus 11 engine, which develops 21,500 pounds of thrust exhausted through four nozzles located around the aircraft's center of gravity The nozzles can be rotated to the full- aft position for conventional flight, full-down for vertical operation, or intermediate positions for short takeoffs and landings The ability to rotate the engine exhaust nozzles also aids the pilot during in-flight maneuvering TO ACEVE A substantial performance increase over the AV-8A, McDonnell Douglas modified the design to improve engine performance, added weight-saving graphite composite material, increased fuel volume, improved air-intake design, added lift-improvement devices, and installed high-lift flaps The Harrier 's wing is made entirely of graphite composite material, including its inner structure Ferry range for the AV-8B is 2,500 nautical miles and its maximum payload is greater than 9,000 pounds, twice the payload of the AV-8A The Harrier 's conventional flight performance was tested Nov 6 in a series of traditional horizontal takeoffs and landings BUY FACTORY DRECT Special Overseas Military Program Oeus s,,tistiied toroc cus H-SP AMERCAN FURNTURE Free USA Delivery-No Taxes No Storage or nterest Charges Money Back Guarantee livk STATESDE Buying Send& Box 2221 La Jolla, California NAME ADDRESS APO /FPO is Ns Ns oar Mt UP RANK TEL BURLNGTON HENREDON KMBALL THOMASvLLE CENTURY MAGNAVOX LANE & OTHERS O tir See your Career Planner You'll get straight talk Answers to your questions And a fair look at all the Corps has to offer 1/3 GySgt Viar CW e 3d AAV Sgt Stewart / H&MS-24 Sgt Detzel ti HMM-262 GySgt King /3248 VMFA-235 GySgt Mitchell /2904 SOMS Sgt Romero /3 GySgt O'Guin d Recon Sgt Piche WE MABS-24 Sgt Zeek HMM-265 SSgt Sult st Radio Bn GySgt Fairbanks HMH-463 Sgt Bendon Stay Marine Don't miss the boat on bonuses up to $16,000 Qualified Marines can make from to in reenlistment bonuses in both the Selective Reenlistment Bonus Program and the Agreement to Train Options Program That may be to more than you'll get for taking a civilian job There are a few other things you shculd consider, too Like low-cost medical care for the whole family A chance to retire at half base-pay after 20 years the day you retire, And considerable educational benefits Take a long hard look, then Stay Marine

9 Dec 2, 1981, Page A-9 Early out program gives leathernecks a Christmas gift HQMC, WASNGTON -The Corps' annual "early out" program and the granting of annual leave during the holiday season has been announced by officials here ALMAR 219/81 authorizes "early outs" for reserve officers and enlisted Marines whose discharges are scheduled from Dec 7, 1981, through Jan 3, 1982 THE EARLY DSCHARGES will occur between Dec 7 and 11, except for reservists on nitial Active Duty Training They, however, can qualify to be released from 1ADT in time for the holidays The ALMAR stresses that Marines must be considered fully qualified in their military occupational specialties and, if their early release from 1ADT, or other programs, would cause them to miss important training, releases will not be granted Officers who apply for early release, who would normally be entitled to readjustment or separation pay upon their normal end of active service, will be considered "voluntarily released" and will forfeit their readjustment or separation pay, according to the ALMAR MARNES SCHEDULED for transfer to the Fleet Marine Corps Reserve, or to the retired list during the holiday season, are not eligible for "early outs" Neither are Marines whose loss, in the judgment of their commanding officers, would adversely affect the operational capabilities of their units Commanding Officers are encouraged in the ALMAR to set holiday leave schedules now so that as many Marines as possible can go on leave t is up to unit commanders, according to the ALMAR, as to the percentage of Marines under the command who can be granted holiday leave The ALMAR emphasizes, however, that consideration should be given to "operational and training commitments" di* ;:s: : she a AKA AUTO KALUA AUTO PARTS - 4NAPA1 PARTS il OPEN' , OPEN: Mon thru Frl Mon thru Fri / 930-1:00 Precision engineered gap gauge, gror:30 0 Sit Sat r00400 Sun free with purchase! Sun :00 CHAMPON SPARK PUG GAP GAUGE FREE PCTURES WTH SANTA Bring the whole family and enjoy the savings for holiday shopping FREE with purchase of a! 6 or 8 Doh of Champion Spec MPS easy participating NAPA deafer (see it below) while supplies fast Hawaii residents only Oiler eeyrn December 31, 1901 CALL NOW % OFF WTH TS COUPON ($200 purchase or more) TAKE-OUT ORDERS Kaneohe Bay Drive Alkahl Park Shopping Center (Between Safeway and Bank of Hawaii PZZA Try one of Waldo s wildly wonderful combinations or build your own masterpiece spagmkm Waldo's pretty good spagbettt with meat sauce Served with green salad and hot garlic cheese bread SUPER SALADS Crisp greens & our own special dressings FROSTY COLD MCHELOB & BUD ON TAP Christmas Specials on Shoes Socks Wallets Handbags and Accessories Canon, CA ED RADONES OE THE CRUSH NVTE YOUR TO OUR NEW HOME CAROLE' S & ED* S RESTAURANT & DESSERT PARLOUR OPEN DALY FROM AM COME N AND ENJOY YOt H MEAL WTH US OR CALL FOR TAKE-OUT Conveniently located in Aikahi Park Shopping Center FASONED PRCE& TUES-SAT 7 AM-9 PM ONO-LCOUS DESSERTS UBM HOME CENTER PH MON-SAT 7:30A 30 SALE NUNS SUNDAY 8:30-5:00 Dee 4th, Stb & 6th C A rt 1 11e CHRSTMAS TREES nflation Beater Quality Trees at 1980 Prices ALL CHRSTMAS 30% CARDS 14 STOCK 011T MNT OTHER TEMS AT SOLAR SAV1NSS DURNG TS SPECAL SALE Walliec N E T S A A C E S 20% Off All Salon Services (new C owes, international haircutters Koko Marina Second Floor Waterfront Village Monday-Saturday 9 am 9 pm Sunday 10 am 4 30 pm Aikahi Park Shopping Center Kends Monday & Saturday 9 am -530 pm Tue9 days thru Fridays till 730 pm

10 Page A-10, Dec 2, 1981 Retired General recalls Korean War by Sgt Nora Parrish CAMP HM SMTH, Hawaii - The horrors of war are unknown to thousands of people The courage a man finds from somewhere within keeps him moving toward the enemy in sub-zero or 100 plus degree weather He must have faith in his leaders, his country, himself and the, cause he is fighting for These are things that only a man who has fought in a war can realize and understand For retired General Raymond Davis, former Assistant Commandant of the M arine Corps and a Medal of Honor recipient, the Korean conflict was not an easy time for him or the men he fought with HE REMEMBERS THE time in his life when, as a Lieutenant Colonel, he spearheaded his battalion in a bitter attack against a savage foe near Hagaru-ri, Korea They saved a rifle company from annihilation and opened a vital mountain pass to enable two regiments to escape destruction He recalls,it as if it happened only yesterday At the Chosin Reservoir, Korea, Company F, First Battalion, Seventh Marines, commanded by Captain Bill Barber, had been under attack for about three days During the attack the company lost all but 80 men First Battalion, Seventh Marines, commanded by LtCol Raymond Da via, lay to the west at Yudamni, Korea They were directed to relieve Company F To accomplish their mission they had to cross Tok Tong Pass "WE FOUGHT FOR THREE days and nights in 24 degrees below zero weather to cross the pass With the wind chill factor, it was around 60 below," said the general "We were also on short rations and short of water We had plenty of food but it was so cold that everything was frozen solid, so we lived on chocolate, dry crackers and whatever we could thaw inside our clothes "There was snow," added Gen Davis, "but it was impossible to quench our thirst with it We went along grabbing hands full of snow but we still remained thirsty One man even tried to melt the snow in a can, but it evaporated so fast that it wasn't worth it" The men endured the hardships and continued forward to their dimpqnsddas& Moving forward was an accomplishment in itself The mountains they were crossing were finger shaped They had to crawl on their hands and knees, grabbing branches to aid them in climbing to the top THE TROOPS USED A bright star as a guide to make their way across the pass "When we were on top of the mountains we could follow the stars easily, but when we went into the valleys we lost sight of it,' remarked Gen Davis "As we went along noticed that we were headed for an artillery area and needed to adjust our course" n order to adjust the troops' course it was necessary to communicate with the front men "Our radio batteries were frozen so sent a messenger to the front of the line but before he got there a sergeant pulled him into the formation said he was making to much noise and wouldn't let him continue on his way" Knowing that it was vital for the front men to be alerted to correct their course, the general and his radioman headed to the front "1 know that all the way to the front, the men were cussing us because of the noise we were making But we got to the front just before they were in the artillery area" ALTHOUGH THE TROOPS were nearly exhausted, they continued on their way until Company F was in sight "When we were able to see them we used a bayonet as an antenna, since somewhere along the way we had lost ours The radioman had saved a little bit of one battery to use and we radioed them," he said "They told us to stay right where we were and they would send a rescue team out to bring us in We told them it wasn't necessary and that we were coming in," the general said Tok Tong Pass was open and Company F was relieved Because of this grueling ordeal, Gen Raymond Davis was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor There are people who dream of being all-american heroes, as every Medal of Honor recipient is, but does a person think about the possibility of becoming a hero for what he does during the war? " WAS SO BUSY staying alive and keeping the unit operating that never thought about getting a medal for what was doing," revealed Gen Davis Ha novae thought abaft a medal while he crossed the Tok Tong Pass and, he never considered becoming the Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps "When enlisted there wasn't that much to look forward to in the Corps Two star general was the highest rank anyone could obtain at the time," he said with a slight laugh " never thought about being the Assistant Commandant, just lived from day to day took the job at hand and did the best could with it" Taking each day as it came paid off for Gen Davis March 12, 1971 he was promoted to the four-star rank upon assuming duties as Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps "WHEN WAS SELECTED to serve as Assistant Commandant, felt great humility but, at the same time, felt confident that could assist in making a better Marine Corps," the General explained The Corps haschanged in many ways since the Medal of Honor recipient joined but he feels it has changed for the better "Being a Marine probably means more today than it did when was in," VW/ Orson's QUALTY SEAFOOD Ward Warehouse 1 Estate By Eileen Hanohano the general said "At the time enlisted, there were only about 17,000 Marines and we played a minor role in the defense of the country Today the Corps plays a major role in defense" Continuing, the General said, "Today's Marine sets the examples and high standards for the other services and our allies The Marines are bigger, smarter, as dedicated and more educated in the art of war, with World War, the Korean conflict and Vietnam under their belts" ALTHOUGH THE General now spends most of his time working on his farm in McDonugh, Ga, he has kept his hands in the Corps by sitting on the Board of trustees at the M arine Military Academy located in Texas The former Assistant Commandant said that if there was one piece of advice to give Marines of today it would be what he told his son when he was getting ready to leave for Officer Candidate School, "Every day and every hour is a test and challenge f you can accept it as a challenge, you can become a full member of the Marine Corps team" ' REAL ESTATE VS DOW JONES When we compare the results over the past 20 years between stock market profits and real estate increases well see quite a dramatic difference in dollars n the decade from January 1960 to January 1970 the Dow Jones ndustrial average lumped from 688 to an ncrease of 16 percent in ten years During the same ten-year period the median home price increased from to $41,286 - an appreciation of 104 percent or times the Dow This year the Dow Jones average now hovers around the 1000 level for a 21 -year appreciation of 31% while home prices continued to ncrease faster than the cost of living to S up 651 since 1960 Today despite the restraints of tight money home prices keep rising faster than the cost of living No matter how you slice the cake an investment in reel estate over the past 20 years has proven to far outstrip any stock market increase And the trend is widening in favor of real estate it 'Mere eanymingwec an do to 50Pyoumthe limyr real sable please phone Or drop in at the office of EPA elee10,0010 REAL, 160 Kam Heve 0206 Pearl Cite eleeee; Y , twee le Mle Ph510 by Sg Retired General Raymond Davis -youp SEWNG MACNE ORTERS FOR THE HOLDAYS Features Monograms Self-Adjusting Tension Open Arm Sug Retail $650 O Featuring: BERNNA F This s that "special gift" for that "special' lady" in your Perfect for Mom, F daughter i orgir friend 5 Days Only Offer Expires Sun 12/6/5 pm Hurry, Limited Quantities MODEL 800, 25 yr Exclusive Warranty Demo Model Buttonholes NOW PACFC SURPLUS & DSTRBUTORS CALL NOW F Pali Hwy OPEN: Mon-Sat 10-6 pm Wed till 8 pm (1 block east of Castle Sundays t 1-5 pn, Hospital in the 7-11 complex) SAFEWhere WAY Everything's Right ri" The P ice Chuck Roasts Blade Cut From Safeway Quality Beef $ LB Porterhouse Steaks Top Sirloin Safeway Quality Beef LB $6449 5# Fryer Thighs Tysises par Red Delicious Extra Fancy Scheel Soy Sloe Pork Butts Lean, Mainland Pork Frozen (Ground Pork Fresh Ground Daily lb S169) LB 98' Crossrib Roasts Boneless Safeway Quality Beef Oven or Pot Roasts Whole Fryers Patti Jean Frozen Govn't nspected (Fresh Breast Foster Farm -4101) lb $159) LB 69' Round Steaks Full Cut Boneless Safeway Quality Beet $ LB LB 111= Ls $319 Beef Short Ribs=" Tau"' $ 69 Anjou Pears Northwest Grown US No Head Cabbage Hawaii Grade A SUPE:R SPfl Soft Drinks Crimean! 12 oz Cans B Pack $ 1 65 Large Eggs Lucerne Brads A $ L 4 UL 25 Spaghetti Town House 211 r Miracle Whip at oz, dassesielmstsa&aosti;', M

11 SPORTS HAWA MARNE Marines clinch championship crown PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii - THE ARMY BROKE the ice first one came after the opening failed and the All-Stars after FOUR PLAYS LATER, Sgt with a 5-yard TD pass to The Marines overcame several first when Specialist Four kickoff losing their first game came back Avnayim threw 35 yards down Technical Sergeant Da ve Tuffin obstacles to gain their second Emmanuel Ross, unable to find an Turk started his passing game to enter the final round for the field to connect with LCpl Jim The extra point was good, making consecutive, Hawaii Armed open receiver, ran the ball 20 by hitting Cpl Collins for a 15 championship with a win Balthis in the end zone: Once the score Services Athletic Council Flag yards for a touchdown But yard gain and then turning to again the two-point conversion t was all over except for the Football Championship Sunday looking to take the lead, the SSgt Cohen Chambers for the Championship Game failed, but the Marines All-Stars celebration The All-Stars merely night Neither the rain, the wind, Marines were not far behind first down The ball was spotted extended their lead to 19-6 sat on the ball and waited for time nor the Air Force could stop the Quarterback Private Oltha on the 15-yard line and Turk, on A light rain began as SSgt As the fourth quarter got to expire When the final whistle Kaneohe Bay leathernecks from Wallace ran an option play to the the third down attempt, passed to Blackburn returned the opening underway the airmen began to did blow it was anti-climactic claiming the title, left, then cut back right after Cpl Brett Sherman for the kickoff to the Marine All-Stars' 22- get desperate But they didn't give The Marines had known all along A team so awesome that both finding nothing but Army black touchdown A premature referee's yard line After a series of short up They moved th hall quickly that they were the best, and the offensive and defensive Most shirts Spinning and dodging whistle nullified the score, so Turk passes by quarterback Sgt down field, culminating the drive Sunday night they proved it Valuable Players were selected ran the same play erasing any Avnayim, the K-Bay squad from the Marine All-Stars doubt from the officials' minds quickly gained a first down on the Sergeant Bill "Turk" Avnayim Cpl Rahmberg's point-after Air Force 43 earned the offensive title for the attempt was up and away and the On the next play, Sgt Avnayim second year in a row and defensive Marines jumped out to an early 7- dropped back 3 yards before honors went to Seaman Eugene 0 lead exploding up the middle 37 yards Givens The leathernecks only allowed for the score CO Rahmber, the Airmen to run two plays before Game 1 Cal Jeff Gowdy picked off Captain Dave Horne's pass and returned it to the Air Force 38-yard line The defending champions Marine All-Stars beat themselves during the first game as First 'Lieutenant Danny Ball dropped the snap in his own end zone As a result the "Cowboys" from the USS Cochrane scored a twopoint safety, slipping past the Marines 5-3 in the pouring rain at Ward Field Nov 23 THE ALL-STARS couldn't get a break to go in their favor early in the game as the only touchdown was called back on a penalty Kaneohe's SN Givens intercepted a Navy pass and returned it 59 yards for the score But when the referees assessed the pass interference penalty, the Marines had to surrender the ball back to the Navy, giving them a first and goal from the Marine 6-yard line Defensive coach Warrant Officer-1 John Roberts briefed his squad well His goal line defense stopped the Navy for three downs and blocked the field goal attempt This superb defense continued into the second half forcing Navy to punt when they were unable to move the ball after the kickoff WHEN THE Marines took over, 1 stlt Ball lead his team down to the 8-yard line by completing passes to Staff Sergeant Joe Blackburn and Corporal Aaron Brown But once in scoring position his passes were off the mark and the team had to settle for CO Theodore Rahmberg's field goal After the Cowboys received the kick-off, they immediately went to work to tie-up the score Quarterback Petty Officer Third Class Gary Willoughby threw for short yards gains, attempting to eat up the clock and get into scoring position, SN Ken Lightfoot, making an outstanding catch on the 10-yard line before stepping out of bounds, gave the Cowboys team a first and goal setting them up for field goal which inst cleared the cross bar SN LGHTFOOT intercepted 1 stlt Ball's pass do the Marine's 33-yard line but on the next play, the All-Stars nailed the quarterback for a 15-yard loss Unable to penetrate the K-Bay secondary, the Cowboys were forced to punt P03 Terry Widdermaier booted the ball that rolled out of bounds at the 1-yard line With 40 seconds left letlt Ball, trying to run the play before he was in control of the ball, fumbled it in the end zone for a safety This 5-3 upset gave the Marines their first lost in the double elimination tournament Game 2 Highly motivated All-Star team returned to Ward Field Nov 25 to take on the Army of Schofield Barracks Hard core determination and a team effort were contributing factors to the Marines' victory over the soldiers tacklers, the quarterback carried the ball 28 yards for the TD Cpl Rahmberg's kick was through the uprights and the Marines had a 7-6 lead Short passes were`the key to the All-Stars second touchdown as Pvt Wallace turned first to Cpl Vernon Collins then to CO Brown As a finale Pvt Wallace hooked up with CO Rickey Hester, who made a shoe-string catch and stumbled into the end zone Cpl Rahmberg added the extra point and the Marines were ahead 14-6 N THE FNAL SECONDS the Army made one last attempt to tie the score Spec 4 Ross found Spec 4 Linwood Powers in till end zone for a touchdown Thetwo point conversion attempt failed leaving the Marines two games away from their second interservice title in a row SSgt Arthur Rouis and Corporals Albert Lanouette and Fred Pickering, making up the front line, contributed to the Marines' defensive -win with two blocked passes and four quarterback sacks Most passes that did make it into the secondary were either incomplete or intercepted Game 3 With lath Ball out with an injury and Pvt Wallace unable to make the Saturday game, the All-Stars' coach, Sgt Avntiyim filled in as quarterback and led his team to a decisive victory over the Air Force The cry was "Tell it to the Marines" after the Army and Navy failed to stop the airmen f the Air Force had won, they would be crowned the 1981 Hawaii Armed Services Athletic Council Flag Football Champions A Marine victory would prolong the suspense and a final game would decide if the Marines could do it two years in a row N THE GAME LABELED "a must win" for the Marines Sgt Avnayim passed for all three of the All-Stars' touchdowns The AS THE GAME MOVED into the second quarter Sgt Avnayim threw three incomplete passes On fourth down Cpl Rahmberg's shot at a 52-Yard field goal fell short From their 20-yard line the Air Force started a nine play scoring drive Sixty yards stood between them and the goal line The Marines gave their drive a boost by committing two penalties for 30 of the yards The Air Force scored their first touchdown as Capt Horne tossed a six yarder to Capt Kevin Garcia standing in the end zone The conversion attempt went wide to the right and the Marines, with one minute left in the first half, and an edge 7-6 Turk utilized the hurry-up offense and with 10 seconds to go pushed his way into field goal range Cpl Rahmberg returned to the field and missed his second for the afternoon FNALLY REALZNG this game could decide the championship the Air Force recovered and set up for their final touchdown Ten plays later Capt Horne threw for his second 'T) but the twopoint conversion was broken up and nearly intercepted With all the time in the world, Sgt Avnayim threw long to Lance Corporal Arthur Ownes who almost scored Hs was finally tackled on the one-foot line and the catch went into the record books as a 9-yard play Cpl Collins caught the touchdown pass and after another missed kick the Marines regained the lead The Marines ensured their win as CO Brown snatched a Turk pass out of the air in the end zone The point-after attempt added the extra point, and the All- Stars were on top for good, 70 Following the kickoff, the Air Force began at their 21-yard line The Marines successfully stopped the airmen for no gain on first down, but the best was yet to come The Air Force, badly in need of a long drive, elected to go for the pass Unfortunately for them, SSgt Rouis intercepted it The end result was more points for the Marines and a touchdown for SSgt Rouis The two-point conversion failed, but the Green Machine held a commanding 13 point lead The next Air Force drive was a little better They moved to the Marines' 21-yard line before giving up the ball The K-Bay defense once again flexed their muscles and stopped the airmen on fourth down and one The wellbalanced Marine attack was now in full swing THE SECOND QUARTER began much like the first, with the All-Stars going to the air for short yardage But Air Force Technical Sergeant Rich Donnelly alertly picked off a Marine pass and scrambled to the AU-Star 16-yard line Two plays later, the revitalized Air Force team closed the gap when Capt Horn threw a touchdown deep into the end zone The two-point conversion pass fell incomplete and the first half ended with the score 13-6 Marines Tb Air Feces kinked like new team in the second half Capt Horn used several short screen passes to move the ball to the All- Stars 26-yard line On third down and six, the Air Force quarterback dropped back and looked toward the end zone He fired the pass into a crowd, and Navy SN Givens intercepted the ball and ran it out to the 17 Photo by PFC Todd Parnsburg GON' UP - Marine All-Stars go up high in an the Marines Sunday as they clinched the Hawaii attempt to block an extra-poit ' by the Air Force Armed Services Athletic Council Flag Football The kick was good, but the victory belonged to Championship crown Photo by PPC Todd Flmotsbunt NUMBER ONE AGAN - The jubilant Marine All-Stars celebrate the end of another championship season They defeated the Air Force, Sunday to win the Hawaii Armed Services Athletic Council Flag Football Championship for the second consecutive year When it comes to youihealt some things work But only one thing lasts A TOTAL COMMTMENT TO YOUR NEW LFESTYLE tii,l We nave c oet0 01* P0 cormn 4 Hee anew Cr'!' 2 SUPPORT YOUR COMMTMENT :ER- M ONE WEEK ONLY FOR SPS The Special Services Department aboard the Air Station will sponsor the Kaneohe Bay Tennis Tournament Tuesday through Dec 11 All active duty military personnel, dependents, retirees and Department of Defense employees are eligible All matches will be best of three sets and US Tennis Association rules and regulations will govern the tournament Entry forme are available through the Athletics Office ntramural basketball games are scheduled 5:30 to 9:30 pm Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays Saturday games are from 10 am to 6 pm with Sunday action starting at 1 pm and lasting through 7 pm at Hangar 103 aboard the Air Station This Athletic' Office is looting for qualified of for the upcoming sports nterested people we urged to contact the Athletics Office ,4 1 The Honolulu Marathon Association and the Easter Seal Society are again cooperating during the 9th Annual Honolulu Marathon All runners are being asked to help Easter Seals help the disabled in Hawaii by running for the money - run so others may walk Prizes are being offered to runners turning in 8100 or more from sponsors, including trips to Boston or New York, weekends on the Big sland, digital watches and runner shoes, caps, shorts and '1' shirts Sponsor sheet,,and brochures are available at the MarathAn Clinic Sunday mornings at Kapiolimi Park, most running rooms, sporting goods stores and health spas, or through the Exeter Seal office Sponsor sheets and money may he turned in Sunday, Dec 20 at the KElfdOldni Park Marathon Clinic between 7 am and noon, or they may he mailed ti Easter Seals 710 Green Street, Honolulu For additional information, contact Easter Seals at A boxing smoker will be held at Schofield Barracks Conroy Bowl pitting the Marinei against the Army at 7 pm Dec 16 Leathernecks interested in going a few rounds should contact Sergeant Gray Special Services at The Fourth Quarter Cat Fight will be a shot-gun start 1 pm Dec 15 at the Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course Entry fee is $6 plus green fees and carts The deadline for foursomes to sign up is 433(1 pm Dec 9 Marines interested in competing in Amateur Athletic Union and higher levels of wrestling ore encouraged to contact Sergeant Paul Eooeci at and after duty hours Tryouts, will be 4 to 6 pm daily at Hangar 103 NOT TO BE CONFUSED ANOTHER HEALTH SPA -

12 Page 11-2, Dec 2, ON PATROL- Marines of Company B, 1st Biwa!', 3d Marines Hell Volcano 3 -S1 patrol Red Beach after seizing their objective during exercise LOADNG - A platoon from Company C, 1st Battalion, 3d Marines board a helicopter en route to assault Red Beach at Kauai DRESSNG UP - Staff Sergeant Michael Landmark (left), applies camouflage make up to Corporal Leonard Casey before participating in exercise Hell Volcano 3-81 Exercise readies unit Photos and story by Sgt Pepper Davis ABOARD THE USS TRPOL - The deep sands of Red Beach Kauai provided the setting for Marine Amphibious Chit-37 as they conducted amphibious landings there to christen exercise Bell Volcano 3-8 Nov The routine maneuver was part of the Mid Pacific Operations and was conducted in three phases The objectives included such tactics as surface and helicopter ship movement to shore, link up operations, night attacks, casualty chills and testing of the landing plan Following Phase 1 -a rehearsalon Kahisilawe - the amphibious unit set sail for Kauai At approximately 7 pm on 1)-1, Phase began with two reconnaissance teams from the USS Mount Vernon inserted on Red Beach to survey the area At H-Hour on D-Day Battalion Landing Team 1st Battalion, 3d Marines swarmed the beach in a simultaneous two company surface and helicopter assault to seize their objective Company A mounted in Amphibious Assault Vehicles, and supported by tanks moved across the beach to capture their objective Company C was moved in by helicopter The reserve company, Company B after seizure of the initial objectives, linked up with Company C and on the next two waves the heavy fire power was brought in A night attack by Company B concluded Phase Phase included casualty evacuations and backloading companies by helicopter and landing craft As the ships set sail for Pearl Harbor exercise Bell Volcano become history after providing another important step in preparing BLT limm-265 and MSSG-37 for their deployment to the Western Pacific OFFCAL HAWA MUSC REPORT NOV 28 TWS WEEK Akre, Physical Olivia Newton-John LAST WE Oh No Commodores 5 3 Let's Groove Earth Wind & Fire 5 4 Welting For A Girl LA* You Foreigner 3 5 Here Am Alien 4 6 Why Do Fools Fall n Love Diana Ross 9 7 Our Lips Are Sealed Go-Go's 7 8 Just Once Quincy Jones/James ngram 18 9 la La Means Love You Tierra Wind Man n The Bleachers Loyal Garner rho Official Now 14,0 S wookly Wats n local eecor1144,,w nwpwiela r remch SCHEDULED ARLNES TCKET OFFCE (SATO) Staffed by full time Airline personnel To assist in your travel requirements ndividual leave Family travel to the Mainland Neighbor sland nternational Dependent travel 10 West-PAC Fares Flight nformation Contact SATO for reservations and airline tickets et any one of our three convenient on base locations Pearl Herb*, Bldg 487 -Tele Office hours - Mon thru Fri Camp MOM - Bldg 20 - Terra Office hours - Mon thru Fri tlatlmatl MCAS - Bldg nice hours - Mon thru Fri NVSBLE BRACES Ask about this amazing, painless method of straightening teeth through orthopedics For Adults and ( hddren Kadua Professional Gtr \ 1)% Mil) D N111 CHM ' Sion, 503 Lee Hardy, D D S Ok Alpha PLASMA CENTERS 3179 KOAPAKA BEND ARPORT RAMADA NN 10 koso EARN AT LEAST $17 EVERY WEEK DONATNG LFE-GVNG PLASMA T'S AN EASY WAY TO HELP OTHERS WLE HELPNG YOURSELF Our Hours Have Been Changed Just For You! M-F p m, Sat 8-2 p rn Closed Sun Ph MNMN ALA MOANA THE CHRSTMAS CENTER Open Monday through Saturday V 9 pm, Sunday V 5 pm WEEK it WEEK B COUNTRY RADO Official Top 10 Songs,,LE My Favorite Memory Miss Emily's Picture Bet Your Heart On Me f Needed You All Roads Lead To You Slit Dein' Time What Are We Doin' Lonesome Love n The First Degree All My Rowdy Friends You May See Me Walk in' Merle Haggard John Conlee Johnny Lee Emmy Lou Harris and Don Williams Steve Wariner George Jones Mary Gatlin 8 The Gatlin Brothers Alabama Hank Williams Jr Ricky Scaggs Liston to BLLBOARD Magazine's Top 40 Country Songs Saturdays and Sundays at 9 am on KDEO Country Radio AM 94 The Best of Country, from the Country, 24 hours a day ngenius P DMENSio N 3 41 MCROWAVE/ '4'`b CONVECTON OVEN N E Different ways to cook quickly, naturally and evenly PLUS Panasonic's Unique COOK-A-ROUND Magnetic Turntable 1 The Convenience of MCROWAVE COOKNG Defrost, thaw and cook foods in a flash cook by Power and Time w Temektratdre Probe 2 The Tasty Appeal of CONVECTON COOKNG for Browning and Baking Meats come not tender and evenly browned preadcbastnes, cakes and pies done by constant circulation of dry, heated an 3 The Unmatched Speed d Versatility of COMBNATON MCROWAV/CONVFCTON COOKNG The best of both worlds fast cooking wash eye sooemfo, meats, roasts, pork, amb on poultry Panasonic just slightly ahead of our time Available At Your Military Exchange Wwwww et K

13 9,1 inh K-BAY OFFCERS TODAY - vi: h in the Pacific Room from 11 am till 1 poi,,,pecial, hot carved sandwiches, soup and s, u, 1 1,,tigolian barbecue on the lower Lanai from ti id, :9 pm THURSDAY F in the Pacific Room from P ain till 1, m, 9 ors Buffet from 8 ti pm featuring, a seafood item, rice or potatoes salad bar FRDAY 11 up the Pacific Room from 11 am till min i Hour in the Tapa Bar from 4:30 till 6:30 pm %ngo] iarl barbecue on the Lower Lanai from fi till 9 p to "llino," plays in the Tapa Bar from 8311 p to till 1230 ;rm SATURDAY - Beef and crab in tie Pacific Room from fidill H:30 pm SUNDAY - S'finmapgne Brunch in the Pacific Room from 10 am till pm with a mini buffet Many breakfast specials and a complimentary glass of champagne n the evening, Prime kit, and Peel Shrimp Buffet MONDAY - Lunch in the Pacific Room from 11 am till pm -loin us Monday through Friday for lunch specials hot carved sandwiches, soup and salads Monday Nite Football in the Tapa Bar from 4 till 8 pm Halftime prices means half off on all drinks TUESDAY - Lunch in the Pacific Room from 11 am till l pm Tiiesday evening the dining room is closed The Tapa liar is open from 4 till 10 pm Happy Hour from 430 till 6:30 pm Chili and pupas are available at the liar K -BAY SNCO CLUB TODAY - o ncheon special is pork chops Family Night Buffet is served from 5:30 till 8:30 pm THURSDAY - Luncheon special is liver, bacon and onions Mongolian barbecue is served from Sill till 8:30 Crystal Rose plays from 8 till 11 pm ' FRDAY - Luncheon special is fish and chips W Th FS S M rr, MCAS Theater ('amp Smith Theater ATLANTC CTY - Burt Lancaster, Susan Sarandon R drama 2 TEF - James Caan, Tuesday Weld, R, crime drama 3 OUTLAND - Sean Cnnnery Peter Boyle R science fiction 4 THE HEARSE - Trish Van Revere Joseph Cotton, PG, horror drama 5 THE SWAP - Robert DeNiro Jennifer Warren R drama 6 ROUGH ('UT - Burt Reynolds, LesleyAnne Down PG romantic comedy 7 FRDAY THE 13TH PART 2 - Amy Steel,,lohn Fumy, R, horror drama S STRKNG BACK - Perry King, Don Stroud, PG action drama 9 CAN'T STOP THE MUSC - The Village People Steve Guttenberg, PG, musical comedy 10 SKETCHES OF A STRANGER - Allen Moilwit,, Munith MacRae, PG, drama ndividual Features nclude OZA1,04404,% Aloha [hippy flour is from 4 till li pm Cantleligitt Dining featuring peel and eat shrimp is served from 6 till 9 pm Calamity Jam plays from 9 pm till 1 am SATURDAY - Prime rib and crab is served from 6 till 9 pm Silver Dollar plays from 9 pm till am SUNDAY - Buffet Brunch is served from 10 am till pm Cook your own steak over a charcoal grill from 4 till 7 pm MONDAY - Luncheon special is Mexican plate Happy Hour is from 5 till 6 pm TUESDAY - Luncheon special is stuffed cabbage [hippy Hour is from 5 till 6 pm - WNDWARD ENLSTED CLUB TODAY - Lunch from 11 am till pm Soul -Night every Wednesday in the Moongate 1oung, straight from Midown THURSDAY - Lunch from am till y in, Dining room opens from 5 till 9 pm Country 9, Western Night y'all come This month featuring 1 White Band 7:30 to :30 FRDAY - Lunch from 11 am till pm Dining room opens from 5 till 9 pm with a prime rill special and prime rib and crab special TBA Band plums in the Ballroom DJ in the Moongate Lounge SATURDAY - Dining room opens from 1 ul: pm with a prime rib special and prime rib and special Black Willow plays in the Ballroom the Moongate Lounge from 8:30 pm till 2 V, SUNDAY - Club opens at 11 am Enjoy a 9, the Breezy nn from 2 till 8 pm featuring prime 61, special for $695 or prime rib and king crab for $985 just king crab MONDAY - Lunch from 11 am till 1 pm Dining room opens from 5 till 8 pm with talian Nit, featuring all the spaghetti you can eat Monday Night Footbal with free -popcorn and Happy Hour prices from 6:30 till 8:30 pm TUESDAY - Lunch from 11 amtiil 1 pm All you can eat smorgasbord every Tuesday Night 11 EYES OF A STRANGER - Lauren, John Santi, R suspense 12 TARTAN THE APE MAN - Ru l/ Richard Harris, R adventure The Funnily Theater will present THE SOUND OF MUSC starring Julie Andrews as a matinee starting at 230 pm The doors open 30 minutes prior showtime ALOHA CANDLE Annual Xmas CANDLE SALE Candles, Garments, Tabletops At The FACTORY SALES STORE MON-SAT 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Kahuhipa St (Next to Goodwill, across Dodge City ) Kaneohe HEADQUARTERS FOR THE HOLDAYS STRETCH YOUR DOLLARS Advertisers 'his is the season to expose your busness r- 1-vAlft tc Dec 2, 1961, Page 14-3 The SUN PRESS and KCC support CRME STOPPERS Call Leona to see how you can stretch your dollars and save 20% on your advertising The s Windward Side's --7tHocorocot Only Candy Store Your One Stop Christmas Shop We have unique and affordable gifts for everyone on Santa's list Fine Handmade Chocolates Great Coffees and Teas Goffee and Tea Accessories Sturdy Wicker Children's Chairs & Tables Butter Keepers and Wine Coolers Handmade Xmas Ornaments All Kinds of Baskets And Much, Much More! 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14 Sunday 1 Page B-4, Dec _ December Calendar Of Events Monday is( kttl 1 Family Service Center 2 Family Service Gym 3 Outreach 455 st 4 Teen o 7",, -, 5 Family Center Calendar of Office, Building Theater 6 Special Services Office Events Legend 7, MCAS Officer's Club 8 Joint Education Center 9 Library 10 Marina 11 Rifle Range, 12 Hale Koa Hotel Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday it N, 1,,r,1 bg i Library movie night, 9, 7 pm Registration for the CLEP test 8 7:30 a m Pm continues througri Dec 4,,--A - - ii-- i 2 Gymnastics 2, 4130 pm House plants seminar, Family Service Center, Pearl Harbor, 10 am "Little World" Christmas Store, Waianae Mall open 3-6 pm weekends, 10 am-5 pm Sat and 10 arro -2 p m Sun, gift store is for children 12 and younger now through Dec 20 STEP, 3, 9 30 am, Call /4965 for information, Dec 11 and 18 The Festival of Trees, Neal Blaisdell Center, admission: opening night $5 for adults $1 for children, all other times $175 for adults and 500 for children Dec 5-9 University of Hawaii's Department of drama and theater present "Whose Life s t Anyway", Kennedy Theater repeat performances Dec 5, 10-13_ Library story hour and movie, 9, 2 pm Every Sat Marine ski boat classes, 10, 9 am Every Sat Kaneohe Christmas Parade, 10 am starting at Haiku Road and ending at Castle High School 0 Champagne Brunch Buttet, 12, 10 am Tickets: $795 for adu ts, $495 for children under 12 (plus 10% gratuity) Reservetions highly recommended Bishop Museum Planetarium 20th Year Celebration, 3:15 pm, special show by comic Frank de Lima 4:30 pm Wheelchair Division of the 1981 Honolulu Marathon, 6 am, Aloha Tower 6 Adult Hula Claises, 1, 8 pm Every Mon Body Dynamics 2 Every Mon, Wed and Fri, 9:30 am CLEP test 8, 7:30 and 9:315 am continues through Dec 11 Hawaiian Guilt Class Hale Moku Community Center, 9:30 am - : 7 Waiting Wives, 3 9 a m Child care provided call /4965 for information Dec 15 and 22 Registration for ASVAB test, 8 7:30 am-4:30 pm continues through Dec 11 Cosmic Curiosities, Bishop Museum Planetarium, 3:15 pm daily plus 8 pm Fri and Sat 8 Aerobic Dance 2 8:15 am Every Mon Wed and Fri Hawaiian Doll Making with Juanita Gee 3 9 a m, $1 per adult World Cup Professional Championship Surf Meet, 9 am, Haleiwa Beach Park, continues through Dec 15-9 Hawaiian Luau on the beach, 12, 5:30 pm, Military price $1495 for adults, $995 for children 1 HON ::' - i ; 1A Alt, intivi Ai,/ 10 Disco night at skating rink S TEP, 3, 9:30 am Karate, 1, Children 6 pm, Adults 7:30 pm Every Mon Wed and Fri 11 Kailua am Christmas Parade 10 Family Christmas at Zoo, 1:30 pm, Honolulu Zoo SPEED LMT 5 5 is 12 Tama's Polynesian Show, 12, 6 pm Features Polynesian and Oriental buffet, show starts at 8 pm Tickets: $995 for adults, $495 for children under 12 Advancetickets recommended Very Wed, Fri, Sun 9th Annual Honolulu Marathon, 6 am, Aloha Tower, awards ceremony 1 pm at Kapiolani Park Bandstand 13 rr 7m _e ''--/ : -,0 i-,,,111, L Registration for ACT test 8 0 am -4:30 pm, p, continues through Dec 18 ASVAB test am 14 Bimonthly meeting for K-Bay Rod and Gun Club, Bldg 566, 7 pm Princess Bernice Pauahi 150th Birthday Festivities Bishop Museum, week-long schedule of entertainment planned 15 Ala Moana Shopping Spree 3, bus departs Building 455 at 8:30 am call /4965 for reservations $1 per adult and $1 for child care Spaghetti Western Night 12, 6 pm All-you-can-eat plus western movies Tickets: $695 for adults, $495 for children under World Team Championship Surf Meet, 9 am, Sunset Beach, continues through Dec 21 Honolulu Symphony Concert, 7:30 pm, Honolulu Hale STEP 3 9:30 am Auggies Dancercise, 1 8 am and 2 11:30 am Every Mon Wed and Fri 18 National Rifle Association Rifle Match, 11, 9 am "Free Enterprise" Dance Concert, 2 pm, Kapiolani Park, Dec 19 Deadeye skeet tourney, 11, noon 199 Filipino Heritage in Hawaii exhibit Bishop Museum commemorating 75th annlversary Planetarium Show: The Star of Bethlehem, Bishop Museum, 3:15 and 8 pm Fri and Sat evenings, admission: $150 for adults, 750 for children, ftitr ---"-- ;`- 1, -) )- trawato: -(if 'Arming iitlikt 20 Free weightlifting and body building for women, mini gym 8 am and 9, Adult ballet, 1, 9 am Registration for ASVAB test 8 7:30 am-4:30 pm continues through Dec Taekwon-Do, 2 Children 5 pm Adults 6 pm Every Mon Wed and Fri ASVAB test, 8 7:30 pm Registration for CLEP test, 8 7:30 am-4:30 pm, continues through Jan 1 Waiting Wives 9 am, 3 Childcare provided Call /4967 for information Body Dynamics 2 Every Tue and Thur, 8:30 am 6:30 and 730 pm Evening aerobic dance, 1, 7 pm ACT test 8, 7:30 am # 22 1-'-'T -: Christmas party with Santa Claus 3 9 am, bring pupus and low priced gift for your child 4 r, r e, p - "4 \ i L44,,h lit `9$11' il-'7:/-', FlitefrTa" OA Clogniem1106 ' i Ne Yib blit oh ' 14 alx, ( yfr f,',-1 7 _ New Year's Eve 24 / ', fe di 't V171 rg '' Ghristmas vrs V 25 Mele Kalikimaka! Mabo Royal Goodwill Amateur Surfing Championships, Haleiwa Beach Park, 9 am, open to amateurs, continues through Jan 2, call #4 26,jaig;; Tours Wives' club conducts holiday visit SCHOFELD BARRACKS, Hawaii - The Schofield Barracks Officers Wives Club (Hui 0 Na Wahine) along with the Mauna Pua Garden Club, a member of the Federation Garden Club of Hawaii, will conduct the annual Holiday Tour of Homes Sunday from 11 am till 5 pm Tickets will be on sale in the lobby of the Schofield Barracks Officers Club on the morning of the tour for a $3 donation Tickets can also be reserved in advance by calling or , or by sending a self-addressed, legalsize envelope with $3 (make checks payable to the Hui 0 Na Wahine) for a ticket to Hui 0 Na Wahine, ATTN: Tour of Homes, PO Box 1213, Wahiawa, Proceeds from the tour will go to welfare and scholarship programs GHLGHTS OF THE tour will include the homes of Major General and Mrs Alexander Weyand, Commanding General, 25th nfantry Division, Brigadier General and Mrs Eugene Korpal and Colonel and Mrs Robert Wilson There will be a total of 14 homes to view, all uniquely different and noteworthy The home of Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs Michael Sierra offers the joyous feeling of Christmas Those who enjoy antiques will be pleased to view the home of Lieutenant and Mrs Arthur Murphy Of special interest is lstlt Murphy's collection of military miniatures and memorabilia The combined talents of Captain and Mrs Ed Buffington have created an outstanding country-style, "do-it-yourself" home Quarters 4227 have been designated as the home of the Tropic Lightning Division Commander and his family The Weyands have added many personal touches to the issued quartermaster furniture A few items of particular note are: a firescreen of satin containing the portrait of Marie Antoinette and two Turkish carriage lamps obtained by Maj Gen Weyand during one of his many travels n addition to the tour of homes, special historical points of interest on Schofield will be included in the ticket booklet for you to view at your leisure Plan to start the day with a delicious chainpagne brunch at the Schofield Barracks Officers Club The club will be open to anyone attending the Holiday Tour of Ho mes Brunch will be served from 10 am till 1 pm for $650 The menu includes omelets made-to-order, pancakes, steamship round, hot buffet table, salad bar, fruit, pastries, juice, coffee, tea and champagne Reservations can be made now by calling and must be made no later than 24 hours in advance Kaneohe Travel Agency, nc Phone Arrange Your Travel To Depart 1-25 Dec, Return 5-20 Jan $18300 ROUND TRP UAL WESTERN CTES $22500 ROUND TRP - UAL CENTRAL CTES $26700 ROUND TRP - UAL EASTERN CTES \ PER PERSON WHEN TRAVELNG N A GROUP OF SX Mon thru Sat 9-5 pm Windward City Shopping Center 29 Coffee and Conversation 3 9 8M Lee Would Like To nvite You & Your Friends /rid 4) To Her Lee Proprietress / Grand Opening Celebration CTY LGHT LOUNGE & DSCO * Exotic Dancers * Friendly Hostesses 53 N Beretania St THE TCNG POST Night Club & Restaurant nvites You To LVE COUNTRY MUSC and Dancing till 4 am Come in and find yourself a lady at the TCNG POST! -MLTARY WELCOME- 914 Ala Moana Blvd (across from Fisherman's Wharf) Call PLENTY OF FREE PARKNG GET OUT OF DEBT through Chapter 13 A federal law which helps to pay off your debts without borrowing and in payments you can afford, stops creditor harassment and law suits, protects your job, co-signers and property nformation packet without obligation Please call: HOWARD Y TANAKA Attorney versed in Chapter 13 filings Suite 703, AN Bishop Bldg 1136 Urion Mall, Honolulu Phone: r BEAUTY S TRUTH MENTAL 31 ReadListenEnjoy TRUTH S BEAUTY Bob Hickey's Philisophical Poems 66 pg book $ min cassette $898 (classical guitar background) Buy Both From: VABOB c/o Hawaiian Service, nc PO Box 2835 Honolulu BLNDNESS ANNOUNCEMENT OF SPECAL NTEREST "HOW THE NEW TAX LAW HAS CHANGED RAs TO MAKE THEM A KEY SAVNG OPPORTUNTY FOR EVERYONE" Here arc a lox questions we've been hearing about RAs ndividual Retirement Accounts) along with the answers: Q Exactly what is an RA? 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15 East and West clashed-- College The target for the games was Pearl Harbor The attacking forces lost two carriers, with negligible results n September, Aviation Magazine, almost a gospel in the American aviation' world, ran a feature on the Japanese Air Force n it they claimed that Japanese pilots suffered the world's highest accident rate, and that Japan could not hope to develop effective air power They quoted an American aviation expert as saying "without hesitation that the chief military airplanes of Japan are either outdated already, or are becoming outdated" Mary Pukahi began working at the Kaneohe Naval Air Station She would work every day until December at the fastly expanding air station N OCTOBER the Japanese freighter Taiyo Maru followed a most unusual course from Japan to Honolulu nstead of the usual route, she sailed far to the north near the Kurile slands before heading for Honolulu Aboard her was a Japanese naval officer He recorded such information as wind direction, atmospheric pressure, and roll of the vessel Surprisingly, the same data necessary to determine if planes could belaunched from a carrier The Taiyo Maru saw no other ships n November, there was a sudden change in the coded call signs of the Japanese capitol ships The US Naval ntelligence system lost track of the Japanese carriers Shokaku By the third week in November, US Naval ntelligence had decided two of the missing Japanese carriers were in the Marianas, two off 'Formosa, and two in Japanese home waters On Nov 21, the carrier Shokaku ar- rived at Hitokappu Bay in the cold, bleak Kurile's chain, far to the north of Japan She had joined with the carriers Akagi, Kagi, Soryu, Hiryu, Zuikaku, two battle ships, and 24 other ships ON NOV 26, Manuel Silva was looking forward to the big football game between the University of Hawaii and Healani Like 'many Hawaiians, he was en avid football fan At the same time, the Japanese carriers Akagi, Kagi, Soryu, Hiryu, Zuikaku, and Shokaku, sailed from the Kurile slands for Hawaii On Nov 27, the U of H upset Healani 21 to 6 Manuel Silva, who saw the game, was a happy man US military bases in the Pacific received a warning from Washington of probable war with Japan, most likely to be initiated in the next two weeks On Nov 29, the program for the Army- Navy game bluntly stated that "despite the claims of air enthusiasts, no battleship has yet been punk by bombs" Next to the statement was a picture of the battle ship Arizona On De-: 1, for the second month in a row, the Japanses again changed their capitol ships coded call signs A highly unusual practice, usually only done in times of war On Dec 2, the Akagi received the message "Climb Mount Nil - take" from Tokyo The attack on Hawaii received the final go The next day Lt Fusata ida learned of his target He would hit the Naval Air Station at Kaneohe ON DEC 8, for the first time in many months, most civilian workers at the rapidly Akagi, Kagi, Soryu, Hiryu, Zuikaku and expanding SDE BY SDE - Sailors at Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay solemnly line up the caskets of their fallen comrades in a sandy grave The Air Station suffered extensive damage during the initial raid upon Oahu USMC Photo Kaneohe Naval Air Station were given the next day off Manuel Silva attended the U of Hawaii vs Willamette football game Hawaii won 20-6 Evelyn Wright went to her brother's housewarming Tommie Tam attended his mother's birthday party Navy Chief Ordanceman John Finn was relaxing on his day off Lt Fusata Tide stood on the deck of the carrier Soryu n the darkness around him steamed the five other carriers kif the Japanese fleet to the south waited Hawaii The carriers had reached their launch points north of Oahu, and waited for the rising sun n the early morning darkness of Dec 7, three PBYs were launched from Kaneohe Ensign William Tanner piloted one of this flight Lt ida toasted the Rising Sun, and was launched from deck of the Soryu AT 6:40 AM Ensign Tanner spotted a submarine in the restricted area off the mouth of Pearl Harbor On his first pass, believing it was an American submarine in destress, he dropped smoke markers Three minutes later, the destroyer Ward fired upon and hit the unknown submarine On his next pass, Ensign Tanner follow ed more exactly his orders to "depth bomb and sink any submarines found in the defensive sea area without authorization" He dropped charges of his own Tommie Tam went to mass with his family Stan Payne did a little moonlighting, and went to work on a Sunday morning construction job Evelyn Wright and her husband, after the rigors of the housewarming, stayed all night at her brothers Ordanceman Finn waited in bed for his first cup of coffee Ordanceman Finn was at home in base housing, when he heard the drone of approaching aircraft t was too early for any of the PBYs launched that morning to return, but he thought perhaps one had developed trouble and was aborting Down at Hangar Three the men began to move around THEY CAME low, barely skimming the waves They were invisible to the waiting men until they nosed up over the dunes and Kansas Tower on the northern end of the runway They weren't PBYs, and they were coming low, fast, and straight for the men and the PBYs parked near the hangar t was 7:45 am and it is generally accepted that these were the first Japanese planes to begin the attack on Hawaii There were 33 PRY, parked neatly on the ramps or floating in Kaneohe Bay, and they must have been a beautiful sight for the Japanese pilots To the shock of Finn wh had just arrived on the scene, and the other Navy men, the approaching planes began a strafing ran on the parked aircraft What had been a peaceful Sunday for the men turned into a holocaust The PBYs started burning, followed by explosions as their gas tanks went up Death stalked the field in the person of the Japanses strafers, the burning PBYs, and the ricochets ONLY TWO machine guns were available and had been set up for instructional purposes at the far end of the ramp, exposed to view Ordanceman Finn raced to one of the guns, and began immediate return fire His was one of only two automatic weapons to oppose the Japanese fighters at that time After their sweeps at the PBYs, the pilots flew by Finn trying to silence his fire But he stood almost defiantly on the exposed ramp, ignoring the hail of machine gun shells which almost disintegrated the ramp; oblivious to the blazing gasoline and exploding planes He received a hit in the foot, but kept up his fire There were no confirmed kills in this wave, but several Japanese planes were seen smoking or leaving trails of gasoline behind them EVELYN Wright and her husband were awoken by the roar of planes passing over their brother's house toward Pearl Harbor Tommie Tam and his family stopped at Kaneohe Beach Park follwoing mass They gazed at the thick smoke rising from the air station, but nothing else seemed amiss A plane banked overhead, and the pilot waved at the family They watched amazed as it proceeded to bomb the dredge in the bay Stan Payne had heard the explosion, but assumed the Navy was practicing again A small girl ran over to where he was working and yelled, "Mister, you'd better go home 'cause there's a war" He did Lieutenant ida led his flight of nine Zeros in the second wave to crashed into the side of the hill of Kansas Tower This attack of Lt lida's was the last on Kaneohe n the short time the two attacks had lasted, 19 men were dead and 67 wounded Of the 36 PBYBs attached to the air station, 33 were either destroyed or severely damaged Only the three on morning patrol re mained operative The hangar continued attack Kaneohe This to burn until after time the fighters were dark joined by dive bom- The night of Dec 7 be was a sad one, and The fighters strafed apprehensive Every- the field, destroying one expected another any Pi3Ys which were attack The possibility missed in the first of an invasion seemed attack Then the dive real bombers took over, On Dec 8, Mary hitting the hangars Pukahi helped dig and other targets MANUEL SLVA arrived at the air station just before the second wave hit A civilian employee was clearing the runway of wrecked PBYs with a bulldozer As the fighters began their sweep, everyone dove for cover The driver of the bulldozer got beneath his machine The dive bombers scored an almost direct hit on the bulldozer Exhausting their supply of ammunition, Lt lids formed his Zeros above the airfield The Japanese pilots had noticed no anti-aircraft fire, only a large volume of small arms fire Lt lida's Zero trailed a white spray of gasoline behind it He decided his crippled plane would not make it back to the carriers He banked toward the air station, and made the final dive of his life The day before, safe on the deck of tie Soryu, he had told a fellow pilot of his belief in the Sarnuri tradition "f, for instance, should receive damage to my fuel tank, would Walk my plane to effect the greatest destruction, and without thought of survival, would throw myself into the target" HE DD JUST that He aimed, moat likely, at the hangars of theair Station 'lit he lost control of Ms crippled Zero and graves in the soft sand of Heleloa, the beach near what is now the golf course n ancient times, the beach had been a holy burial site for fallen Hawaiian warriors Now, for the first time in centuries Heleloa again received the bodies of warriors The American dead and Lt ida were buried with military ceremonies AT ABOUT THE same time, David Akui was with the 298th nfantry along Waimane lo Beach A small Japanese submarine ran aground in the shallows Akui captured a Japanese lieutenant commander, but the other crewman succeeded in fulfiling his Samurai code He was dead But Akui had captured the first Japanese prisoner of war That was 40 years ago Unknown to themselves, even while it was happening, these everyday people had stepped out of their everday lives into history The Air Station was the first place 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Dec 5, 9 am-3 pm, a/c carpets, rugs, drapes, curtains, bikes, edger clothes & misc 3344-B Smith Cir, Pearl Harbor BEA rite J Liberty House white Jai Crib 8 a natural wood crib, 4 play pens, heavily padded; double stroller; reg stroller 8 umbrellas; walkers: high chain; Strolee car sects; 1000 children a outfits Healtex 8 Carter sizes 0 to 12 yrs Prices range 250 to $250 Pretty little girls dresses; boys 2 pc outfits: pajamas: vests; bibs & bonnets All the needs for baby; toys; lawn mower; stereo; kitchen appliances; elec broom; moped; elec typewriter; heavy gold/dia- BABYSTTER, experienced mond ring value mother, Monday-Friday papers - selling $ Cecilia, Kaopua Lp, Militant across from Militant Golf Course ' ESTATE LQUDATON Sunday Dec Thomas St Wahiawa Bargains Galore Cash & Carry Again Sale Sat Dec 5 9 am-3 pm 245 Kutipus St, Kailua XMAS raft/garage Sale; SUPER Garage Sale, Antique 1233 Kaeleku St, Kalame coach, Ceramic vases, lots of Valley, Sat, Dec 5, 94, toys & little girls clothes Ribbon wreaths 6 homemade much more Sat 9 am-4 pm holiday tems Glass-top 9 am -2 pm, 513 lleird dining table, clothing 9 St- 0,- household misc SUPER Sale Sat 5, 2 mopeds, FURN, Air co: 1, hardware 6 windeurfer, fence gates, 2 household goods, bargains 9- water heaters, clothes, bike 8 Sat Dec 5 & 6 parts cute baby basinet baby ni qt Kaneohe, items 8 more 323 Auwinala Rd & Awakes, Kaifu GARAGE 6 Jewelry Sale: Fri Sit 12/4 6 5th Beautiful Xmas gifts Easy to mail to milnlend 24K Electroplated gold leerree &shells Alo coral a yd maw power lawn mower 6 Misc 320 Harnakua Dr, (off of Keolu Dr), Kathie XMAS Magic Sale: Sat & Sun, 9 to 3, 149-A Hashes Dr Laniksi MOVNG Sale: Baby emend misc, household goods Fireplace screen Sat Only Dec 5, 9-2 pm, 88N Kalnalu Or, Kailua SUPER multi- family, something for everyone Salesman samples, Xmas boutique items, clothes, toys, household misc 12/5, 9-3;12/ S Paushilani Way Kenos 3 FAMLY Set Dec cm Kuhelani *123, Militant, ; CB radio Singer port seeding mach 9,12' tent w/screen porch $120, hairdryer; Minolta SLR 110 camera w/flash $100 lawn mower w/grass catcher, much Mere FRST garage 1e Sat Dec 5, 9-3, Makalu Loop Militant; personal (children & adults) & household items are plentiful things galore from A- Z for everyone SAT, Dec 5, 9 am-1 pm_ Akar tape deck $100; table typewriter; Thai silk flowers; 25" glass louvers; dishes; books; records; games; Domes 470 Aulitne Lp Enchanted Lake GROUP Garage Craft safe, GARAGE Sale Dec Sat, 10 a m -3 pm Hui Aukuu Pauahilani Pt, Kakis Hods Pt Near Valley of the Temples cat, Cadillac, -rv etc Ph GARAGE Sale: Haleloke P, Kaneohe Sat 9 COUNTRY Xmas Crafts: Sat, Z din sat; misc items Dec 5 9 to 3 pm 50 Kamentkal Pl, Kailua -' 2 FAMLES: Mile tems: few Handmade items; baked Xmas skirts 8 Boutique gifts; goods; ornaments & misc food processor &stereo Fri 8 Sal 9 am 522 Ulukou St Kailua 01,1,110's 'S HANDMADE Goods - silk 1 P h $' screen cards fabric 8 wy Grails is ornamentaloy Mara Pot- rit twylapes-ceramics'intle Mini aline : basket ornaments'hnd 0 urnilure A puppets'other handmade fg tg surprises also rummage at Gilts items-new A old clothing Country Cousn 1 ecliners, etc) 9 am -2 pm, Sat, Dec 5, 330 Auwnale Rd Montt' right on Manna Rd, Kathie id halloo e 111 Rd for temnamiarimstsimmeeiv MLLAN sale: 5 pc bdrm set, gas dryer, end tables, 10 spd bike, toys, 120 lb, weights Puanana Loop GARAGE Sale Brand-new unwanted gifts rug, chande- LANKA: Share 2 bdrm home lier, color TV stereo combo, 1 blk to beach own ne, private drapery rods, bowling ball, entrance ge yard $250 util golf cart, much misc Sat am-1 pm 271 Kakshiake St, Kailua XMAS gifts, stocking stutters stereos, eppl & much, much more, many new items, just in time for gift giving Sun only Kalaka Pl WNDWARD YMCA BAZAAR & PLANT SALE New & Used Clothes All Kinds of Plants Proceeds To Youth Programs Saturday, Dec :00 AM-2:00 PM 1200 Kailas load Ph MOVNG must sell! Household items, turn, 2 cars '71 Torino $100 /otter; '74 Maverick MOO/offer Ph Sun-Thurs 4-10 pm KALUA: Male dog seeks person to share home Lite home care duties/partial rent Mature & Ref required PO Box 1526 Kailua, KANEOHE on the bay, master bdrm vi/bath, washer, near bus great view just $ KALUA Beach house, $275 per mo nc's all utils Ph evenings VALLEY Of the Temples, 2 bdrm apt to share, $175 utils Responsible 8 reliable female to share w/same Jan Ph S3 HOUSES PARTLY FURSME WAPAHU, 4 Adam, 2 bath, big lanai, MOO Ph KALUA, 2 rms bath, hot Plate & refrfg, 5350 incl utils ttni LAE 3 bdrrn near Poly Cult Cnt, BTU & beach, 6365 plus Rea HOUSE STTNG EXPERENCED Hounsitter available, home, plant 6 animal care Many local referenced Ph VACATON Rental Kaaawa Magnificent view 2 bdrm 11/2 bath loft Swimming pod, volleyball $300 per wk Cathy Lyman KANEOHE; cony location LANKA avail 1/1/82 to male, turn rm, $275 obis, 1/14/82, 2 bdrm, bath, avail Dec 1, also reasonable comfortable home in garden rent 8 utile for handyperson, setting, $25 daily avail Dec, eves evenings KANEOHE: rm in townhouse, great view, relaxed atmosphere $ LANKA Share 2 bdrm home, 1 block beach, own room, flowers, deck fenced, $265 utils SPACOUS 3 bdrm, to share, gorgeous view, non smoking, $250/mo ' MLLAN 2 bdrm, own bath great wow to the west! $ APTS FURNSHED LANKA: Furnished studio for person $33, ma KALUA, own room n lovely single ncludes utils Call between quiet family home, pool $225 plus utile Ph pm, KAHALA, responsible easy DYNAMTE UNTS, available going female/same needed to now' a" amanftiaa' 'ant' ar shut 2 Wm 2 bath condo unfurnished, $ Ph w1/2 gorgeous ocean view and conveniently located $275 plus Wits 8 deposit Call 735- WAKK large studio, ample 8506/ walk in closet space, patio, menohib34susline, parking WLL share Kaaawa house being renovated n return for 6-8 hrs/vk in painting or KALUA 1 bdrm turn apt other fis-up Superb location, w/utils no pets, couples only near beach, bus, parks Call Ph Ken, on WOODWD across Schofield, 1 bdnrms $450, lease el ROUSES FERE deposit OLOMANA: 3 bdrm, 2 beds, WAPANU WEST APTS Affoxlint 2 Wm 111 polls MUM& dos s skin MOO Sill tiossi WW1= A she mom= NU 111 ps On& Sissnis Ci APTS PERTLY FUNS EWA BEACH 3 bdrm a/c ceiling fan, washing mach dryer, built-in bunk beds $400 mo WAKALAN Woodlands 3 bdrm 2 bath, carpets, drapes, parking, pool $525 Call Gary alter 5 pm bar, crpeted, no pets S650/mo , WAPO Acres, 3 bdrm, 11/2 bath, kitchen carpets, drapes $525 utils 623-N01 ea MUSES PARTLY FUSMME0 SUNSET Beach, ocean mew 2 bdrm, kids 6 pets 0 K, Also brandnew luxury 3 bdrm 11/2 bath duplex w/rugs Ph WAAWA, 1 bdrm, utile incl, no kids $300 Ph 621-9t KANEOHE, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, 1 cat garage, $ Can today for tested family safety mote eeteteo twee MWAY ere Dette,lergeeenpercu enfurt,nlrmton tebedft Fleeount (nay Moe &Nieto le %one eileteedecere, Nan wviewei mueee esseley ches - Wore led riorreoweiv 104 SubM rorp, N,77tro::;11:;= inta *gap Umbe 1011= Glee mo a call today: HANKNS & HANKNS Cull LANKA, share charming home w/deck, flowers, own room, 1 block to Oahu's best swim beach $125 weak Ph REAL ESTATE FOR SALE See To Love! 3 Bdrm 11/2 Bath ndoor fishpond, patio, the wall, metended liv rm $110,000 FS C Kukahiko (RA) m1s62666 nvestors Delight! 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Now you can have extra cash for the holidays when you tell an "unwanted treasure" in the and Garage Sale Section of classified This Saturday lve'r p,offering eciat 140 CALL Benp-like dog, nice disposition Call FREE: male terrier/chihuahua, & blond fluffy med size female dog FREE bull terrier puppies, 7 Wks old, to good homes Ph MSCELLANEOUS WANTED COMC books new and old, wanted, highest prices Paid WANT To Buy Dollhouse Ph atter 4 pm WANTED Typewriter w/large elementary type Jim or WANTED Unserviceable RCA Zenith S Motorola Quasar, Color TVs WE BUY used furniture We pay cash and pickup Call or CASH $5$ for used rurniture - beds Rattan & wicker CASH for Lawn Mowers & Outboard Motors Any Condition Ph MUSCAL SALES 8 SERVCE FEMALE Vocalist Caper, looking for CW easy listening band Can Julie alter 430 pin wkdays, CB700 DRUM Set Great cond can ask for Dave KMBAL electric organ Swinger 800 w'rhyt' m section 0700 or offer BOAT SUPPLES 8 SERVCE 15' VENTURE Cat boat, sail trailer, like new $1300/offer 254-1t23 20' BALBOA Sailboat, nds read dinette, 4 bunks & trailer $3900 Call after 6 P 15 HP Sears GB new $600 Kayak 595 anchor 50 lb stainless $ ROT SUPPLES SERVCE WNDSURFER, complete, sail, mast, universal, foot straps, excl cond ' HOBE $1000 Ph RECREATON 161 AUTOS MANTES WANTED Car or truck, running or not Will pay up to 000 Ph USED car Low miles No rust '70 and up Will pay upto5800 Kaneohe bank must see can after 6 p m Site VOLUNTEERS needed for 166 PCKUPS TRUCKS Youth Basketball Program Sat 9-noon in Mime, &pea,' 289 EL CAMNOS both $400 City /11 Call West rusty, no engine Offer Call Oahu YMCA PET SUPPLES SERVCE MUST Sell 8 month old CoCkapoo white female $65 Call AKC RSH SETTER pups, B weeks Ph evenings 2', YR OLD Male fox terrier, good w/lucts $75 Ph SLKY Terrier Parents Champions Tel * PUPPES, AKC Boston Terriers Pocket Chihuahuas; Toy Chihuahuas, also V Chihuahua & Toy Terriers Payments & Post dated checks available Call GERMAN Shepherd pups, ea, no papers Ph ' 72 TOYOTA Hilux, 4 spd, good nside, runs great, small amount of rust cad '68 DATSUN plavw/shell, runs good, $ or eves /wkends SANAA sure Owla AAAPAA LOTS OF PCKUPS al WHOLESALE MOTORS P lc 83b N NirnolzHwy '79 DATSUN Pickup 4 spd long bed, sharp ((' WHOLESALE MOTORS Ph N WW1: they 156 AUTO PARTS 8 SERVCE 171 MOTORCYCLE SALES & SERVCE BATTERY FACTORY ANTO BATTERES ' Napahula Avenue Ph REBULT Engine, V8, 250 Call Frank atter 6 pm TRANSMSSONS For sale 2 Ford V6 auto -4 sod Pinto, 1-4 spd Datsun 1600, 1 - '72 Toyota Her-1200 engine & trans Ph Dan WNDWARD CLNC Mobile Volkswagen Reimer Shop Repairs done at your home by appointment only sland Wide Service PHONE MAG wheels, tires still on 'them, but worn 14" 5125 Call Ken Z & K REPAR Service, R Leowaena St Ph CLASSC Fiberglass Xmas special thru Dec 31 Oil microwave rowing /sailing boat Gaff change w/filter A tube rigged, a steal at $800 incls Domestic cars $1934, most access, plus extras Nearly foreign cars fomes) $1882, also atter 5 new, everungs Pm by BOO r JAPANESE AUTO PARTS Paying exorbitant prices? 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GVE US A CALL Chances are we have lust the part you're looking fort Jackils Auto Repair Middle Strut ANSWER TO NOV 25 CROSSWORD N THE SUN PRESS NEWSPAPER E MOO mann 0 an OM mama 00E num 00E MO maim E1 MM E America's Greatest Puzzle Every Week from the New York Times NO MM '60 HARLEY Davidson, custom built chopper, Digger style, candy blue paint, lots of chrome Show winner Sacrifrce $ '77 ANGEL moped excl cond owner leaving island a sacrifice at '75 HONDA 360 &mesa, helmet luggage rack goon tees A '80 MOPED Puch, excl cond asking 5400 Call after 4 p 173 AUTO ANNOUNCEMENTS JEEPS Cars Pickups from $35 Available at local Gov't Auctions For Directory call Surplus Data Center / RENT-A-CAR RELABLE Used Cars Low Monthly and Weekly rates Collision waiver extra Auto Mart Car Rental, Kam Hwy, Ake Ph sea ses aw 175 VANS CAMPERS 6 JEEPS '79 FORD E350 Club Van 12 passenger loaded incl air BFA $5975 WHOLESALE MOTORS Ph N M MN Mow Her -arri-mrontr-tror LOTS OF 4x4s at WHOLESALE MOTORS Pti Mello eat '79 CHEVY 4x4 Scottsdale pickiip loaded P WHOLESALE MOTORS Ph N Nmlit Pyre 176 AUTOS FOR SALE AMC '75 PACER excl cond auto, owner moving, most sell 51400/offer AUSTN HEALEY '70 SPRTE excl cond, new tires, low miles, owner must sell $1800/otter BMW H auto stereo uproot alloy wheels shoot ass cond $6775 WHOLESALE MOTORS 2999N Ninulz Hwy BANK REPOSSESSON A dr ulnaulapawar %emu mg air shwa (BCT05,31 34/5 wk down ;me in 8 on repossession area Sea isempro agr WHOLESALE MOTORS Ph N Stroll:Hwy DESPERATE Need class small car will pay over tee WM WHOLESALE MOTORS was Melts Nay BUCK '78 BUCK Century wagon, V6 auto air pis, p/b, luggage rack, $2875/offer dr BUCK Riviera, low mileage Fully automatic What offers? *** BEST DEALS N WAAWA '74 DATSUN 8210 Zug9a4 spd '76 MAZDA 808 Wen 4 nod BRM '1195 '75 VW RABBT? dr auto earn/ '1843 '77 FORD GRANADA cap, s auto_ moms tewing s2695 'BOOM '78 DATSUN 8210 An mew 5 04 AXMB -come '77 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME Caw 8 ado power Mewing OMB '77 PONTAC B ONNEVLLE Brougham sow A auto power see* air PAM '78 MONTE CARLO 8 aura power stewing alr '3995 '80 CHEVY CTATON Cage B auto pager steering '5895 '80 BUCK SKYLARK Premier 4 Cr sedan 4 alt Meter steering alr '5895 '79 CAMARO Mao power storing ilr AP0577 '5995 '79 CAMARO Z-28 late power steering BP0512 '6695 SALE GOOD now DEC 2-DEC 6 SERVCE MOTORS fa ihe gip of Wahiawa OPEN SUNDAY A Sawa Peat text N, "km 1NL,L% NA, A A 11 1/ dry Adrem DSC BRAKE SPECAL 0 $ tax Lt ncludes Toyota Replacement of front disc pads Adjust rear fining & inspect wheel cylinders nspect hydraulic lines & hoses Good till Dec 31, 1981 Free transportation home to Kailua, Kaneohe & Waimanalo when car is left for servicing KALUA TOYOTA SERVCE DEPT FOB BONFACC) 'CALL FOR APPONTMENT 105 Oneaua, Kailua furfir-41:1161:1147 DEC 5th 9 AM TLL 4:30 PM PARTS SALE 87 3(11 etuoa llars-ptts-risrex Ala L) ea Aal/ Shale -eith CC wath, *3:7 'N 1e0001 el /Fe rasei L oe Gem Touekeo Paint Of wbesa 12Se ea* Outaide gean Woo *MVO All S90) e AC Oil littera WQ-P7151P1715-PF43 ALL SS02 as ACUS Mateo Ail1C-A341C-471SC-4160l, ALL 16,10 ea GM Penal dote eleeki suit awl C Sc fora 51,0c ea aorig wed Feedes pasts suit Chevvs at aive arm/ etc!: Mice To!, P:0 ALO ea Automatic rya coals:4,7,es 8047 ea Ciaelecate *furs 7121 cc rotiafres Xt canal tl*) ea Cgiva Veit *Aiwa Ur ate, *elected 'suites ' Sparc pewee els-rstsa All Sr 14 ea 40erf AC Pit Fate, PF:5-PPti ',ors, ALL :45` ea Feoce ite,a ref Ralie0 TUCCS, paint GAtatil Pseud $500 set P t ea 81P0 tub e 1513 ea 7932 cat Al' Gas (lene '11' ea :e,0 erected bereet do es net: 1102 en *T23/ -de 1%0, ea vat S ea Thai/ me hitches 1/01 en *sic Fetish 8315 Lay raw eau& mkt NNS and CMPASCE Mood wit All items will be on show and are subject to prior sale all prices are plus tax Note - all items are non-returnable - Cash or maior creditcerds acceptable BAY CHEVROLET KAM HWY KANEOHE immilaasessswiemsessressienesmellownwaimulessianwiissiwaniasmoi t Only Takes A Few Minutes To Place Your CLASSFED ADS Simply write your ad on the handy order blank describing each item you want to sell and besure to give the priceyou want for it List your phone number and the hours to call Be suie to print, using a pencil, ballpoint pen or typewriter Your ad will reach over 104,000 suburban homes on Oahu via the SUN PRESS, Waipahu Sun News, Hawaii Navy News, Hawaiian Falcon and Hawaii Marine Name Address City Ph or Zip Please run my ad as follows: [Lin $ 165 per Me ONLY per wet* Plus 4% State Tax; 3 Line Minimum raw S arm rum am anre *10 12's 13" Phone Number 1 Please rote the,lebove atter: WORK 3WEllt9 3WEEK9 4WREK8 CMOSTTHOHON Numbly Sind to Akviiihr 4pm for the toeowing U Wednesday eetem SUN PRESS 111 Pima, DO NOT abbwrlatte, allow OR* 94LAB, to awe one' end lettedluarten, Neve woo Aleloa St between words Kaneohe, Wa MRMWROD matelemaiimmemRNMeammumemenmlmaetalla LEX BRODE TRE SALE! 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19 CADLLAC '60 CADLLAC Coupe De Ville n good Nape, $4375 Ph '73 CADLLAC, runs excl MK Heb le cat, 15'05890 Ph CHEVROLET '74MONTE Carlo auto, needs work, $200/offer Ph '70 CAMARO auto, pie $1500 or best offer Ph '70 CHEVY Nova $250/offer Ph '77 MONTE Carlo, excl cond low mi, must be seen $3300 Ph till 3 pm, after 4 pm DATSUN MECHANC'S Special '73 Datsun 1200 $300 Call FORD '60 PNTO, 4 spd, 12,000 miles, stereo $2800 most sell DWH Jim '845 MUSTANG auto, new trans & radiator, good cond $ pm; anytime '86 FORD Falcon, 45,000 original mi, AM/FM runs great $800/offer '79 PNTO wagon power sib air, rack, excl cond, $2850 After 5 pm, '74 FORD Maverick, 6 cyl, auto 4 dr sdn $800 or best offer DWH, AWH '79 LTD FORD Station wagon, excl cond, priced to sell $3930/offer Ph '87 MUSTANG, 6 cyl, 3 spd runs good, needs body work, $500 /otter P '72 PNTOS, one automatic runs, other standard down but repairable or parts Asking $550 for both Ph '73 MUSTANG convertible, one of the last manufactured A classic, in great shape Deep green w/white interior, top Power steering, power brakes 8 cyl, but can get nearly 20 mpg Wire wheels $5,500 or best otter Call Ken, or '79 T-BRD 2 dr, luxuriously eqpt (920991) $4775 WHOLESALE MOTORS R MnS Hwy HONDA '74 HONDA Clwc, auto, good cond, Call OUR '82 HONDAS ARE N! Tony Honda Waipahu Farrington Hwy Call N M TOURS TODAY! LNCOLN B ANK REPOSSESSON 74 MARX V White/while luxuriously eqp1 NSO 1375 cash down peel las & Pc OAC Reposseselon pins See repossession mor WHOLESALE MOTORS PS R tleila Rey MAZDA SANK REPOSSESSON in RAMS 5 yd alloys unreal 1410 Lew ml Slurp Cub down payment us elk LK Mk repossession v la repossession mid WHOLESALE MOTORS P lloste Noy NOMA 79 AlliL 4 dr Thls s a showroom cond canines lien Silva wand Oster interior &lolly acconolind nn Orme wheels f yeti oil looking hr Ma ultmole n a Jog end P21551 ran We s ire n rel 40 mos '40000 ml lmilod warrant, on engine nns dn milts rental a loam] WHOLESALE MOTORS Mt N Nlmitz MAU BUY OR LEASE WM '82 MAZDAS RX7, 626 & GLC From $5349 HAWA'S MED PAM DEALFR WHOLESALE MOTORS N ARPORT UNA N RND ray Going to OREGON to buy a new car or pickup? - contact - ROBERTS & REDFELD PORTLAND Write tor price lists and lull ontormation ANT MAKE - ANY NOBEL Deltvered road tested at Portland nferno:wool Airport ROBERTS & REDFELD Suite NE 62nd Portland, Oregon Conveniently coaled just 3 minutes from Airport MOTOR MPORT SALES 650 Kapiolani Blvd SPECALS '74 CHEVY NOVA11 tts, sat P/s air (ACM444) $1673 '78 FORD FESTA 2 de, 4 tad law95311 $1998 '77 CHRYSLER LeMARON, 4 dr, auto e/a air ADJ83E1 $2192 '77 CHEVY MONTE CARLO, onto e/ech1160) $2598 '78 FORD GRANADA dr, auto, e/a air (BCC MO) $ VW RABB r, a dr S Had 111C881111) *2895 '79 MERCURY ZEPHYR 2 dr aide, p/e air OW93417/ *3474 '79 DODGE COLT 2 dr spd (Al/W1Seft) $3483 '79 VW um, 4 ppd REN061) $3498 '79 DATSUN 113 TO Station Wagon *pd NKH104) $3532 Prices good from Dec 2-6 Financing Available on Approved Credit A Division of Serve, Peciftr nc Open Deily and Sunday CUTTER FORD TRANSPORTATON SPECALS '78 FURY 4 dr 0AF982 '77 FORD Granada 4 n ACC,65 '73 DODGE Sport Van '75 DATSUN BCF 69 '76 OLDS Cutlass 54C,664 '76 FORD Elite, 2 '75 PONTAC Grand '79 FORD Pinto, 1311P5"6 '73 FORD Pinto di '2495 '2495 '2495 '2495 '1895 `1695 Prix '1295 "2895 '895 '69 CADLLAC El Dorado 59 18,01 Her Mr P sold Pt,,v OS All 111ST HAWAAN Rtkk ,/da, MG PONTAC TRUMPH '73 MG Convertible, excellent condition $2000 Call evenings '77 MG MDGET rebuilt engine, new alternator, battery, brakes, excl cond, $a000 Call Joe deft, awh OLDSMOBLE '77 'CUTLASS Supreme a/c, pie p/b, p/w, AM/FM cassette 53000/best otter eves days '80 CUTLASS SUPREME 2 dr auto power steering/ windows, stereo, air, custom Muffs sharp WHOLESALE MOTORS SNE Nimes Nay PLYMOUTH '65 VALANT, auto, new paint & upholstery Excl cond in & out Must see to appreciate! $700 Call Marie OWN or eves, AWH '72 SATELLTE, clean, no rust, runs well Best offer Ph PONTAC '79 FREBRD, VS, auto, air p/s, p/b, good cond, 33,000 mi, white, 1 owner $4900 Phone '77 FREBRD Formula Bleck/bladr 4 spd mew steering/windows AM/FM ups llt wheel honeycomb wheels T top air lares Sharp tap WHOLESALE MOTORS m a Mails Key WE PAY MORE! MORE! MORE! FOR CLEAN LATE MODEL CARS, VANS & TRUCKS AT SHELLY PH CORNER N$,TZ & LAGOON NVENTORY REDUCTON SALE 78 FORD FEST Plain 2-dr stand rons $ MAZDA GLC Auto 2 dr AM /FM $ PLYMOUTH HORZON 5 Lew low miles - tinder t Alr AM FM $ FORD MUSTANG 4-cyl 4 epd omrod air 189E7451 $ VW RABBT Rename 4 cyl New pn Paint Price below iholesale AS '80 SUZUK JEEP Like new linden 4000mlles priced to sell les week! $ FAT 124 SPORT 4 cyl stand nns PRCED 0 SRL TS 18cEV51234 $ SUBARU 4 dr el New Yellow Pant 4cy1 AM TM!AMD' 75 FAT SPDER 9W top Mew W11118 Faint Looks like marten VWV15l =MD '77 MAZDA SOS 4 Or room 44,1 new lres $1895 '76 TOYOTA COROLLA 2 dr Economy Transperlatien Sial! pec $179 '79 JEEP WAGONEER Weft ter Shell AVM Pride ReAuteff Port Dept open an Sotarday from 91)04 DO month/ mils warrant Jim Stemma MPORTS Quality Used Cars Kim Hwy AN Opposlo Peadridge '76 FREBRD 350 cu in '78 TR7, Yellow with black auto, power stewing & stripes and hardtop $2900 or brakes, air ma, esti offer Call rides cond, new tires battery & shocks, $ or b/w 19 pm PORSCHE PORSCHE , '79, red, mi, air, sunroof, mag: 9"25717P` *fing' " '73 TR8, convertible excellent Condition ota of new parts $3200/offer Call days, Dan VOLKSWAGEN $13, 3 '79 VW RABBT diesel, excl coed, low mileage 55800/ offer TOYOTA '79 TOYOTA corolla 513-5, ed, good cond one owner $4900 Ph , evening '79 COROLLA 2 dr 4 spd map AM/FM tape tinted glass only ml Sharp LANV3381$3275 WHOLESALE MOTORS MS N 'WU Noy M '73 BUG, passenger side smashes, 4 brand-new radials good engine trans '711543,V $ '74 SUPER Bug, new paint, radials, 52200/offs, Ph days eves '71 VW Squareback sedan $1200/offer int good cond needs paint PUBLC NOTCE SANK REPOSSESSONS-OWNER TRANSFERS NO CASH Needed with approved credit Ask about our 18-month or 18,000-ml warranty '80 FARMONT Or We 8 cyl or '78 OMGE 4x Pickup No les dn '77 BUCK dr Century loaded FF5071 '79 CHEVY Pickup $ Slut cyl clean '78 CHEVY VAN Lois of Dais alrbr2941 '75 VW RABBT ? dr 4 spd tape!mom '72 DATSUN '70 MONTE CARLO n 4 spd moony moose 2 dr many Dine MP2041 ALL CARS STORER AT WHOLESALE MOTORS dha Airport Mazda Trade n Accepted Flnancbm Avail Ph ALSO OPEN SUCAT limo Hwy WA1PAHU 'AUTO CHEVROLET SALES & SERVCE Olyislon al Sarno Patine nc TO'Zi Sat 8:00-6:00 Prices good from Sun 10:00-5:00 12/2-12/6 '70 MUSTANG SOLD "Mech Special" AJD003?AVM S/W SOLD $995 '75 MALB U CLASSC BPV676 '73 DUSTER 2 dr BRO739 $11095 '41FripiTCK SOLD '75 PNTO S/W ANW897 $1695 '79 FAT BFA $2495 '79 MONZA S/W BEJ423 $ sountno COUPE '77 MONTE CARLO BRUM SOLD '80 CHEVETTE 4 dr AX8865 $4395 '80 MONTE CARLO HOW995 $5895 UNBEATABLE!! '71 DATSUN 510 Station wagon F acellenl running cond '895 '78 LNCOLN Conlinenlal Mark V Aulo sunroof AM-FM quad storm p/w p /door locks p/seals 1117 wheels p/s $6675 '75 DATSUN 710 WAGON 11711,1675 ellin '77 JEEP '75 HONDA CHEROKEE CVCC Air 4-wheel drive 4 spd auto new paint $2995 SPECALZNG N 100% FNANCNG FOR MLTARY UPON APPROVED CREDT '75 PLYMOUTH VALANT t cyl auto 4 dr $1575 $ MOTORCYCLE 650 Yamaha Special tic $1575 '79 DODGE COLT 4 dr auto new paint $3475 our used car? e ay top dollar DATSUN1fAulAwA Wilikina Or WNDWARD TOYOTA MESE MO t AMY MORE! SAVNGS SELECTON QUALTY ECONOMY 76 FAT 4 spd 7440 $391 '74 MERCURY MONTEGO Auto 7451 $491 '73 PONTAC GRANVLLE Auto 7408 $ OYOTA COROLLA S/W Auto 7452 $651 '757 TOYOTA COROLLA Auto 1761 '73 PONTAC LEMANS Auto air 7415 '791 '74 FAT 4 spd 7448 $ TOYOTA COROLLA S/W 4 sod' 7453 $ FORD T-BRD Auto, air p/w 7417 '74 DODGE CHARGER Auto 7402 /'75 HONDA CVC 5 Spd PONTAC GRAND Pill Auto VW BUG 4 spd SUBARU 4 spd 7441 December 2, 1981 $981 $ $1211 $1291 $ 1551 $n:/ 1/41111MMOONNNNMM MN ORM' Prices Good Till Dec Subject To Prior Sale PH OPEN 7 DAN'S A WEEK "WHOLESALE" PRCES "ALL CARS PRCED BELOW "KELLY BLUEBOOK" Cash: $ a month we approval met WN AM 1875% $33949 ENTerna (1) 79 Strada (2) 78 Volare (2) 79 Aspen (1) 79 Toyota oak plea len & Maass 4 dr, S-spd, AM dr,, 6 cyl, AM, air, U dr wage, cyl, air, 0457, U45 4 dr sedan, MSS 146 '79 CADLLAC SEVLLE 4141epace model, two toes metallic Burgundy /Silver Borgasily ea deep Burgundy, leather seats, panels, lull power, AS/FM cassette, air With climate control, wire wheels, *000 Mlles "MUST SEEM" $13,300 Open Everyday at 1095 Dillingham Blvd FNANC*111 AVAL/MU SALE ENDS DEC 8TH tiat4p2 (1) 79 Zephyr Cash: $3795 (4) 79 Cougar 64 (1) 79 Mazda Wagon " a month ea approved met 41WM dews, M asaila $ dammed cash plus tax llama '79 VW Van 9 pass, automatic, air, 25,000 miles, HAMM '79 VW Convertible 4 spd, AM radio, bluelalack, MAX545 '79 Mercury Capri Avitematic, sir, AM, KRW846 Ph: dr sdn, automate, AR, NOW927 2 dr "AR-7" N-165, N-174, N automatic, AM radio, HEB385, HEC292 $6495 $6995 $399 =11 Maks' of Honolulu Community College WE TAME MOO Classified V SHELLY WLL NOT BE UNDERSOLD '81 MAZDA dr, auto air, Sharp! lay11937) SAVE '77 FORD 3/4 Ton Pickup Auto ph new paint Sharp! E1 $3995 '74 LNCOLN MARK V fully loaded with all fine appointments new paint, air cond a sound car in & out Not a come-on 1A8R1291 $2195 '74 PLYMOUTH SATELLTE Hdtp Sebring special Auto p/s V8 Fantastic price! (BRC '78 FARMONT Hdtp auto power steering blue in color6 cyl Shelly's Super Saver this wkend A steal lasa9141 $2395 Financing Au a able on Premises 250 Additional Cars on Display '77 CADLLAC SEVLLE silver edition Loaded with all line ap- pointments too numerous to mention Must see to appreciate AJE3861 $7995 '76 CORDOBA Hdtp Black on black V-8 auto p /s Priced a, sell TODAY! 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20 December 2, 1981 New Merit Research Released: Overwhelming majority of MERT smokers report taste bonus at low tar The most rigorous MERT research to date has just been completed Result: MERT smokers confirm taste a major factor in completing their successful, switch from higher tar cigarettes MERT Takes Taste Honors Nationwide survey reveals over 90% of MERT smokers are glad they switched from higher tar cigarettes n fact, 94% don't even miss their former brands Further Evidence: 9 out of 10 former higher tar smokers report MERT an easy, switch, that they didn't give up taste in switching, and that MERT is the best-tasting low tar they've ever tried Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking s Dangerous to Your Health MERT Beats Toughest Competitors n the second part of this study, new tests confirm that MERT delivers a winning combination of taste and low tar when compared with higher tar leaders Confirmed: The overwhelming majority reported MERT taste equal to-or better than-leading higher tar brands Confirmed: When tar levels were revealed, 2 out of 3 chose the MERT combination of low tar and good taste Year after year, in study after study, MERT remains unbeaten The proven taste alternative to higher tar smoking-is MERT Q Pmir Mori, nv 1441 tleg: 8 mg "tar' 06 mg nicotine-men: 7 mg "tar",' 0,5 mg nicotine-100's Reg: 9 mg ''tar:' 07 mg nicotine-100's Men: 10 mg "tar;' 08 mg nicotine ay per cigarette, FTC Report Mie81 ERT Kings &Offs

21 !iij 7! ' SUPPLEMENT TO HAWA NAVY NEWS, HAWAAN FALCON, HAWA MARNE, WAPAHU SN NEWS, AND THE SUN PRESS WSPAPERSDEC he Phenomenon /They have flooded the land by the hundreds, the fads and fancies we embrace so obsessively Most often the fascination is brief, tkrely reaching a crescendo before plunging into oblivion Occasi,nally, the enthusiasm wanes after fitting a peak, but continues at a lower, slower level and pace Rarely, a phenomenon will burst upon us and never really lose its momentum Such a phenomenon is our zeal for running That running is a phenomenon is in itself a wonder Running is, after all, one of man's most fundamental instincts -- probably his second most fundamental instinct, after breathing t is a marvel, then, that after -milleniums of running being a very basic function, it suddetily becomes a craze Suddenly, running is much more than a way to get somewhere or get away from someone Suddenly, running is for everyone, of every age and description -a national pastime (Continued on page 41

22 HONOLULU MARATHON AVr _ - COURSE ttaiya" CD ;3 0 MAMMON O Eb Sian milf AGE MARKER a TuRM LANES RE S,ROOM 610E-STREET WA vcs STAY! MLL BENSON A record 9,000 entrants register for 9th Marathon By DAVD C BENSON Race Director With over 9,00 0 runners entered in this year's Honolulu Marathon, the race on Dec 13 will set a record for participation n analyzang the increasing popularity of our marathon, we find three basic reasons First, the famous Honolulu weather is quite an attraction when much of the northern part of our world is experiencing typical cold winters Second, the people of Honolulu have gained a world-wide reputation for the famous aloha spirit they exhibit when they line the 26 mile course and cheer on every single, entrant Their encouragement is invaluable Last but not least, the Honolulu Marathon has always been noted as an extremely well-organized marathon The volunteers in the Honolulu Marathon Association work all year long to assure a safe and smooth race and us race day approaches, they put forth great efforts in registering the 9,000 runners, responding to their individual requests, and planning for their varied needs during the race On the day of the race, care is taken to assure accurate timing, giving out appropriate awards, and above all, promising everyone a safe and enjoyable race This year, nearly 22 percent of the field are women, one of the highest percentages of female participation in any marathon Seventyseven years separate the youngest and oldest runners The oldest is a Japanese runner named Genkichi Zaitsu who is 85 years old The youngest is also from Japan, an 8-year-old girl named Rika Chihara Japan is well represented this year, with nearly 1,000 entrants Runners from 31 other countries will be gracing us with their presence Such far away places as Finland, Belgium, Norway, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, New Zealand, and Australia are but a few named Because thq Honolulu Marathon is noted as a safe and enjoyable marathon, many people choose it as their first marathon attempt This year, incredibly, over 35 percent of the entrants are running their first marathon Many of the local first-time entrants are graduates of the seven running and See Page 6 EGHTEEN OF THE WORLDS' GREATEST COFFEES in bean form or ground made to order The Answer,After a Long Run Hawaii's Finest Homemade Chocolate Candy located at - 418C KUULE ROAD KALUA PHONE Next to McDonald's in the Municipal Parking Lot (Where Pizza Pete's used to be) 10% Off Prepaid Christmas Orders Also Coffee Accessories Expresso Coffee Makers Ritter Gold Coffee Filters Coffee Mugs Baskets Ceramics and many more unique gift items Oti DOWN CX Alpha EARN AT LEAST $17 EVERY WEEK DONATNG LFE-GVNG PLASMA TS AN EASY WAY TO HELP OTHERS WLE HELF,'NG YOURSELF PLASMA CENTS'S 3179 KOAPAKA Our Hours Have Berm Changed BEND ARPORT RAMADA NN Just For You! Ph M-F 10-6 OOP rn Sat a -2 p m Closed Sun 2-MARATHON TAR WORK OUT THE CARES OF YOUR RUNNNG DAY Feel your body sink restfully back as soothing warm water begins to work its wonders Your aching muscles need this period of recuperation The pleasure of pure relaxation is yours right at home with the ultimate in Hawaii spas magine, a spa to come home to after every run This is the answer your body has'been waiting for, Call ALL POOL & SPA today, we have eleven models,, including one JUST FOR YOU ALL POOL & SPRY'' MAN OFFCE-KALUA /AlEA /HAWA KM

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24 Marathon ranks among best in world (From page 1) The why of this growing passion for running is not a necessarily intricate issue to understand The equation would go something like this: An already large number of devotees, plus a spreading concern for personal physical fitness, plus the fact that running is an extraordinarily beneficial exercise, plus the fact that anyone can run, equals today's boom The anyone-can-run factor of the equation is its most intriguing part and the most significant, for it turned potential to reality Once the multitudes began to realize that running took only skills and capacities that virtually everyone had and that serious and productive running was a reasonable pursuit for virtually everyone, a sport for the few became an addiction for millions The Competition Competition has been a natural outgrowth, and outlet Anyone who takes part in any game or sport with any degree of avidity eventually wants to be tested, in some way That this is true of runners of all persuasions is evidenced by the long and ever-lengthening parade of races, from casual weekend events for the neophytes to super-specials for the super-elite Of the events that have proliferated so rapidly, those most completely art, and the philosophy of running - are the marathon races The marathon combines ideally the elemental rewards of running - physical, psychological and emotional t is a test, a very tough test that demands intense dedication and extensive preparation But it is within the reach of anyone willing to work for it, and to sacrifice for it symbolizing and epito- The origin of the mizing the sport of marathon is written in running - the act, the Greek history - al- though it could be more mythology than history n 490 BC, after Athenian soldiers defeated a gigantic Persian invading force at Marathon, Pheidippides, a professional runner, was dispatched to Athens with the joyful news The site of the battle gave the marathon its name and the 22 mile distance from Marathon to Athens gave the race its length t was lengthened to 26 miles, 385 yards in the 1908 London Olympics and this has remained the standard marathon distance ever since t has only very recently, since the advent of the running trend, that the marathon and everyman joined Before, it was a specialized, somewhat esoteric, endeavor for the few n fact, except for Boston and the Olympics, marathons were isolated to the point of virtual nonexistence Today, of course, there are numerous marathons and numberless marathoners Of that number, Honolulu has one ranking among the best, one singled out for praise by many who have TREADMLL STRESS TEST AND FTNESS PROGRAM PHONE competed the world over And it has reached this eminence relatively overnight When the Honolulu Marathon was first run, in 1973, there were 167 starters Last year there were 6,829- of which an amazing 97 percent finished Equally amazing, the Honolulu Marathon ranks second only to New York in terms of number of entrants, certainly an indication of its attractiveness and a tribute to the people who are responsible for its operation And it is indeed a major operation, a yearround enterprise involving hundreds of volunteers seeing q) thousands of details, massive and minute But although the Honolulu Marathon, like the sport of running, has grown enormously, it retains, like the act of running, a simplicity of form and purpose t demands a great deal, and it gives a great deal t is an achievement of extreme merit and a goal to which anyone can aspire -Jim Hackleman The First Lady The woman who finished first in the 1980 Honolulu Marathon, Patti Catalano, expresses her glee during remarks following her feat DANCE DALE ADAMS, MD 314 Ul UNU ST KALUA, f You Wear Out Your Body Where Are You Going To Live? Chiropractic can help a number of conditions: low Bar k Pain ndigesiion Nervous Tension Headaches Dimness LegkPain Neck and Arm Pain WHY LVE WTH PAN! LET'S CORRECT THE CAUSE! CALL ,Arsesfie Vhiropractie 602 KALUA RD, SUTE #207 Jeanne C Halpain, RN, DC Stephen A Tarek, DC 4- MARATHON TAB Carmelo Baysa & Shari Floyd - Also - SPECAL HOLDAY DSCOUNTS on all Gift Certificates And Courses (come with or without a partner) Fred Astaire DANCE STUDOS 3 V ANA HANA PROFESSONAL BULDNG, SUTE 205 EAST HONOLULU

25 `We run because we like it' By ROBERT DCKERSON Chances are that you have seen us from your car more times than you care to count e-e on ole highways, roads, i,eaches and parks of America According to recent reliable estimates including a Gallup Poll - 25,tX10,000, or one out of every ten Americans jog You might have passed us by on the coldest January morning in Minnesota, or perhaps the balmiest July afternoon in Hawaii f you are not a jogger yourself, chances are good that you wondered why we do it? To quote the poet Charles Hamilton Sorley, "we run because we like it, through the broad bright land- But a runner's zest for the sport often goes beyond a morning run, cr, not because running is pleasurable, nor to develop physical fitness and endurance but because of certain chemical changes in a runner's body The runner develops See Page 9 Finishing Miss Young Karen Courter of Hawaii is cheered across the finish line during the 1990 Honolulu Marathon 10M U U U U U U U U U U E r/ ATTENTON RUNNERS: A MCROWAVE OVEN Can be ideal for people on the run They are quick and convenient Get yours today of $287 with this coupon ti OUR GUARANTEE Features nclude VALUES TO 3528 Financing Available Monday w<14 Fri thru ii300 Om Pacific Surplus CALL NOW Saturdy Sundays -Your 1111 lemmas Smoot* nom- 11: PM 1247-F Pall Hwy rze:17) The Ultimate Experience n Running Running Room Presents The new balance B 990 Running Room OPEN MARATHON DAY Sunday, Dec 13 Kalakaua Aye Waikiki Beach "A Store For Runners By Runners" im canwbe"^"' Running Room O Phone: Kapahulu Ave Honolulu, $99 nitially Available in Limited Sizes Built-n 3-M Super-Reflective Back-Tab for Extra Safety * Exclusive* Motion Control Device for Excellent Stability Slip-lasted for Comfort and Flexibility Strong and Breathable Pigskin Leather Upper Light, Cool Fine-grade Mesh ''*ss", Lug-runner Out sole made of Light, Durable, Vtbramflex OK, OK - We Agree That Running The Marathon s Truly The Ultimate Experience n Running - But, Wearing The New Balance 990 Has Got To Run A Close Second - Perhaps The Finest Running Shoe Available New Balance 660, 420, and 730 also available in Running Room in all Width Sizing B, D, EE & EEE CONGRATULATONS TO ALL THE MARATHON RUNNERS U U U U MARATHON TAB -5

26 T MON " Runners from 47 states enter 9th Honolulu Marathon From Page 2 jogging clinics sponsored by the city's Department of Parks and Recreation n addition, nearly 3,000 first-timers come from neighbor islands, the mainland, and foreign countries This is one of the statistics that really honors the marathon organizers There are runners from 47 states with almost 1,000 coming from California alone The defending champions will, of course, be running this year again Duncan MacDonald who won last year and the 1973 and 1976 Honolulu Marathons is back to try for another win Patti Lyons-Catalano will be trying for her fourth straight win Patti broke the course record last year and ran a 2:29:35 in her last New York appearance There will be some stiff competition this year in the open division Such speedsters as Frank Shorter, Olympic Gold and Silver medalist; Herm Atkins; Jeff Wells, 1978 Honolulu Marathon winner, Gary Fanelli; Jon Anderson; Gary Tuttle; Edson Begara, from Brazil; Edwin Hergert; Bernie Vine; and from Japan, Masaaki, Toro Suzuki, and Yuji Yoshida Wellknowns from New Zealand include John Robinson, a masters runner capable of a 2:15, and Tony Good All are capable of times under 2:19 and some have run under 2:12 And, don't leave out the women n addition to Patti, there's Christine Munro, from New Zealand, with a 2:56:35; Lori Jorgensen, a 2:47 marathoner; Janice Ettle and Sharan Given, both running marathons in the 2:40s Women entrants also include Japanese runner Yoko Shiki, and Elaine Reinert, a well-known speedster The most impressive statistic is that, each year, about 97 percent of those who start the race finish it This is a credit to organizers and Honolulu spectators as well as the long, hard training hours put in by the runners The Marathon Association hopes this year's event will fulfill everyone's greatest expectations whether for participation, for competition or for watching t's fun to run in '81 Registered Entrants n the 1981 HONOLULU MARATHON 3 Meng ONO CO / NN 11 CONN CNSTN 110 N NN LOW J COM HOOF ta 14 AL lk =1lir: O WN 311a N CNN NNNY -WON : NO NAP 1 ANN NO N NON 2 A113 AL 1 NOMN Oala n 011 PUNC YVON /010 PA Nate PM! 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29 VOL r The Pause That, Er, Adds Life A runner enjoys a refreshing pause during the 1980 Honolulu Marathon A truck filled with Coca-Cola - the official Marathon drink - is parked in the background Marathoners almost never die From Page 6 what is known as a "positive addiction" f you are already a runner, or had thought about taking up jogging, is this something you should worry about? Decidedly not! The worst that could happen to you is that you could increase your running distance and adopt a "marathoner's lifestyle" f that happened, you would be none the worse for it You would never suffer a fatal heart attack, or other related disease of old age such as stroke, emphysema, cirrhosis of the liver and certain types of cancer Did seay "never?" Yes, did, but you don't have to take my word for it That is the claim of Thomas J Bassler, MD, president of the American Medical Joggers Association Dr Bassler is not saying that marathoners never die but that when they do die the cause of death will be one that usually affects teenagers Now am not suggest- See Page 11 For All Sports And Activities Of Merit CUPS RBBONS PLAQUES TROPES CERTFCATES MEDALLONS - MEDALS ENGRAVNG Enchanted Lakes Professional Center 1051 Keolu Drive, Suite 102 Kailua, Hawaii Run on over to CALL KEEP WNDWARD WNDWARD BE A WNNER! RUN WTH THE BEST! BREAKFAST DALY 7 to am Om 7 am to 1 m) Phone for a fine dining experience seven days a week 'LUNCH DALY 11 am to 5 pm 315 Uluniu St DNNER DALY iii0 pm to 9 Pm Kam Square MARATHON TAB-9

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31 wwww wwwri-mullifigallwraiwpirsias441-4a-sars-ishvx-r" rvirriar-smismidustswirni-i - An unidentified Matathoner listens to encouraging words from a friend during the 1980 Honolulu Marathon Schedule of Events Sunday, December 6-6:00 am Wheelchair Division of the 1981 Honolulu Marathon starts, adjacent to Aloha Tower Sunday, December 6-9 am-12 noon Runner Number Pick-up Mandatory for all marathon entrants (alternate date: December 12) Wednesday-Saturday, December am-12 noon Asian Pacific Congress of Medical Marathoners and Allied Arts (AMJA) Moans Surfrider Hotel Wednesday-Friday, December :00-5:00 pm Fifth Annual conference on Race Administration Kamehameha Room, Second Floor, Surfrider Hotel Friday, December 11-6:00-9:00 pm Carbohydrate Loading Party Saturday, December 12-9:00 am East-West Friendship Run For foreign entrants in the marathon, Kapiolani Bandstand to the East-West Center Saturday, December 12-3:30 pm Symposium for Runners Sponsored by Nike Free Moans Surfrider Hotel Saturday, December noon-3:00 pm Runner Number Pick-up Mandatory for all marathon entrants (alternate date: December 6) Sunday, December 13-3:00-4:45 am Buses depart Kapiolani Bandstand to take marathon entrants to start area Sunday, December 13-6:00 am NNTH ANNUAL HONOLULU MARATHON Start at Aloha Tower Sunday, December 13-1:00 pm Awards Ceremony Kapiolani Park Bandstand Sunday, December 13 - to be announced Marathon TV Special Record Holders HONOLULU RECORDS Men Dean Matthews 2:16: Women Patti Catalano 2:35: TOP 10 MEN FNSHERS Duncan MacDonald, California 2:16:5F Edson Bergara, Brazil 2:19:23 Slzman, West Germany 2:19:55 Shorter, Colorado 2:20:11 Kind Stahl, Sweden 2:20:47 Gerald Dravitzki, New Zealand 2:Z1:13 Richard Hughson, Canada 2:21:32 Dave Patterson, Pennsylvania 2:21:41 Virgilio Herrera, Guatemala 2:21:47 Jitsuo Akieda, Japan 2:22: TOP 5 WOMEN FNSHERS Patti Catalano, Massachusetts 2:35:26 Jane Wipf, South Dakota 2:39:49 Lorne Dierdorff, California 2:44:15 Marty Cooksey, Oregon 2:44:49 Shirley Durtachi, Oregon 2:47:34 Cursing starts at `one' mile From Page 9 ing that you train for and complete a marathon (26 miles, 385 yards) Not yet anyway wouldn't want to alienate you before you started What am suggesting however, is that you very slowly erase the number "one" from your mind One mile seems to be the most common distance completed and not coincidentally, of attrition At the one mile mark every drop-out will, without fail, curse the day he or she decided to undertake such an inane project Sad, because had they trained slowly and broken that harrier, they would have seen the real physical and psychological effects of running These effects do not start to occur until the body warms up and a light sweat develops between miles The physical effects are a decrease in weight, reduction of, or quitting smoking without withdrawal, a drop in systolic and diastolic blood pressures, and better cardiovascular and pulmonary health Psychological effects are a lack of depression and a better mental outlook A San Diego psychiatrist, Dr Thaddeus K Kostrubala, even uses jogging as an adjunct to alcoholic therapy He says: " have never had such a breakthrough in medical knowledge in my whole life am intrigued beyond belief by what am seeing" Purchase a property through our company and you will receive a check for 1% of the sale price within 3 working days after closing - example: Home purchased for $120,000, 1% of sale price = $120000, our check to you Let Wilson-Gray negotiate your best buy, then receive our 1% rebate on top of that TO RESERVE YOUR REBATE FOR ONE YEAR MAL COUPON TODAY! To be eligible for your rebate submit this registration form no later than Dec 31, 1981 This step will allow you to take advantage of this incredible offer for the period of one year, for as many times as you wish This offer expires Dec NAME STREET ADDRESS CTY PHONE STATE Submit to Wilson Gray 8 Associates, nc 4747 Kilauea Ave, Suite 212 Honolulu Hawaii ZP underslend that sending this reservallon n no way obligales nu to purchase Real Este through NelsonGray Buell!choose to buy through Wilson-Gray they guarantee my rebate& 1, of the sales once, wlth no maximum LMTED OFFER! MAL COUPON TODAY <47 Wilson-Gray Shlociatz KLAUEA AVE SUTE 212 /1/4, HONOLULi'HAWA PH: AEA OFFCE PH: THE PROFESSONAL APPROACH TO: REAL ESTATE SERVCES t RE ALTOP' MARATHON TAB-11

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33 asmssommainemm14 CALL The Best Man Duncan MacDonald of California reflects concentration and determination as he shows the form that helped him win the 1980 Honolulu Marathon FAMLY CROPRACTC CENTER Headache Arthritis Nervousness Backache Neck Pain "Pinched Nerves' Shoulder-Arm Pain Numbness in Hand Bursitis - or Feet X-RAY FACLTES WORKERS COMPENSATON NSURANCE HEALTH LECTURES 1ST & 3RD SAT 9:30 AM No Charge For Consultation Dr Lawrence J Connors, MA, DC CROPRACTC THE NATURAL SOLUTON TO HEALTH PROBLEMS KANEOHE BUSNESS & PROFESSONAL CENTER Kawa St, Suite Beautiful flights to beautiful places Beautiful rooms Beautiful U-drives The beauty of it all, call Hawaiian Air or any travel agent for more ways to save on every beautiful island BE A WNNER DRVE A 1982 SUBARU BG SAVNGS ON DEMOS AND '81 MODELS N STOCK HAWAgAN AR LEASE OR FN WTH APPROVED CREDT Come Over To Our Side a Make t Worth The Trip! WNDWARD SUBARU Foamy Authorized Sales & Service 737 Kalluo Rd, Wm ,o1 -) MARATHON TAB-13

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35 Taking a break Heidi Chang, wellknown Honolulu disc jockey, shows fatigue during the end of the 1980 Honolulu Marathon as she is assisted at an aid station by a volunteer DOCTORS ON CALL HAWA Physician's House Calls James S Barahal, MD Sewing visitors and residents of Hawaii Committed to quality health care at affordable prices 24 hours a day 7 days a week or MAKE TRACKS TO sviensors x ir : 40 e4 -- 1*" -, ' Qiik Swensen's still makes ice cream the old-fashioned way And that's the best way So we make it in small batches Fresh Right in our store Swensen's is the only big company that still makes ce cream the old-fashioned way Other big companies don't do it ts more time and trouble But wo,think it's worth it We believe it's the only way you can get ice cream to taste so incredibly good SWEN8EN'S 908 Klapahulu Ave (next to Leonard's Bakery) 1 0 * 4* 04 t01 041* 114 c AT ARMADLLO 11 PZZA WE GVE YOU FAST, FREE 30 MNUTE DELVERY!! a -= u 7 V c SUNDA HOURS 1 1 AY M - to T AM FRDAY & SATURDAY 11AMto2AM URSDAY CALL ,0"4 0,6, Now Serving " MOANALUA SALT LAKE At z % t 2810 PAA ST, #3 PHONE CKAM AFB PEARL HARBOR OUPON $100 OFF ANY PZZA SUN PRESS PHONE SUN PRESS ONE PZZA PER COUPON COUPON 2 FREE COKES WTH ANY PZZA ONE PZZA PER COUPON MEMEMMNEE MARATHON TAD-1S 'l

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