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Public scrutiny lacking at Aloha Tower hearings. (hearing on rules of Aloha Tower Development Corp.'s waterfront project) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... The Aloha Tower Development Corp. held a hearing Oct. 18 on rules for the $850 million waterfront project and no one representing the media or the business community, or any public officials showed up. Only two students from the University of...
Nauru II debuts. (second giant tower condominium of the Nauru Phosphate Royalties Development, Honolulu, Inc.) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Nauru Phosphate Royalties Development (Honolulu) Inc. is moving forward with its second giant tower condominium. The estimated construction cost of Phase II is $175 million, said D. Scott MacKinnon, attorney for Nauru Phosphate Royalties...
State bars Kealakekua boats. (Hawaii's Department of Land and Natural Resources stops tour boat companies from mooring in Kealakekua Bay for lack of permits) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... A dozen commercial tour boat companies operating in Kealakekua Bay have been barred from mooring in the Big Island marine sanctuary for lack of permits. One company, C.J. Investments Inc., owner of The Party Boat, received a letter dated...
Nigerian scams Isles. (mail fraud from G. & H. Nwagiri Trading Co.) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Another scam has arrived in Honolulu, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation is warning possible victims to avoid it like the plague. FBI spokesman Larry Upchurch said mailings have been received throughout the United States and in Guam from...
Parametrix buys Isle firm. (Honolulu office of Kennedy/Jenks Consultants) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... The Honolulu office of Kennedy/Jenks Consultants was sold this month to Parametrix Inc., a Seattle-based consulting firm of engineers, planners and environmental scientists. The sale price was not disclosed. Parametrix will retain all 15...
Islander on the Beach renovation complete. (hotel room renovations on Islander on the Beach) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... More than $2 million in room renovations were completed last month at the Islander on the Beach along Waipouli Beach on the eastern shore of Kauai. The hotel's 198 rooms received new draperies, furniture, carpeting and artwork, and had...
Council eyes taxi rates. (Kauai County Council hears proposal to increase taxicab rates) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... A proposal to increase taxicab rates on Kauai was read before the County Council last week after more than a month of disagreements among local cab companies, the proposal's sponsors. The companies' disagreements over the proposal were resolved...
Robbers snatch Aloha Bio giant. (Caterpillar 966-E dirt loader) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... In broad daylight at Campbell Park If a bright yellow, 17-ton, 20-foot tall, 25-foot-long Caterpillar 966-E dirt loader with the Aloha Bio Inc. logo has been seen, it should be reported to the Honolulu Police Department and the company....
Puna firm agrees to halt open well venting. (Puna Geothermal Venture) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Puna Geothermal Venture agreed not to conduct any more open venting of its geothermal wells, removing one of the greatest causes of criticism of geothermal development. Open venting is a cleaning process involving the deliberate release of...
Trustee set for First Family. (Paul Finazzo to oversee First Family of Hawaii Ltd.'s Chapter 11 bankruptcy) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Paul Finazzo, a veteran travel industry executive, was named by the U.S. Trustees Office to oversee the First Family of Hawaii Ltd. Ch. 11 bankruptcy. He will retain his position as chairman of Pacific International Services Corp., the Hawaii...
MATRA sues to derail mass transit. (MATRA Transit Inc. files suit to stop work on mass transit system and reopen bidding) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... MATRA Transit Inc., one of the losers in the bidding contest to build Honolulu's proposed $1.7 billion mass transit system, filed a lawsuit seeking to stop work on the project and reopen bidding. The legal effort came as the city rushed toward...
Ramil resigns labor post. (Mario Ramil of the Department of Labor of Hawaii) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... State Labor director Mario Ramil has resigned, effective Dec. 1, to join the law firm of Lyons Brandt Cook & Miramatsu. Ramil is the second member of the governor's original cabinet to resign this month. Transportation director Edward
Coffee growers face a rotten choice. (surplus causes coffee prices to fall) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... A surplus of coffee has caused prices to fall to the lowest level in a decade, making Kona coffee growers choose between harvesting crops or letting them rot. Coffee roasters and buyers are paying farmers between 40 and 50 cents per pound for...
Waikoloa business wins suit. (Waikoloa Concrete & Aggregate Inc. awarded damages from Hawaii County) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... A $213,000 award has been handed down against Hawaii County for passing out erroneous information that resulted in the failure of a business. The owner of Waikoloa Concrete & Aggregate Inc. claimed he was denied certain business liberties when...
Geothermal project socked with lien. (Scott Company Industrial Contractors files mechanic's lien against Puna Geothermal Venture) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Scott Company Industrial Contractors of Oakland, Calif., has filed a $1.4 million mechanic's lien against Puna Geothermal Venture. The subcontractor claims to be owed money for work performed on the 25-megawatt geothermal plant's wells and...
Ala Moana expansion challenges builders. (Ala Moana Center; addition of Neiman Marcus store space by General Growth Development Inc.) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Expansion of Ala Moana Center, including the addition of Neiman Marcus, will create roughly 4,000 jobs in what the developer calls "the most complex expansion of a shopping center in the U.S." By the first of the year, General Growth...
Three Oahu hospitals keep mobile MRI on the move. (Castle Medical Center, St. Francis Medical Center, St. Francis Medical Center-West; mobile magnetic resonance imager) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... The mobile magnetic resonance imager (MRI) shared by three Oahu hospitals is living up to its name by moving between the facilities three times a week. An MRI uses a large magnet and radio waves to show different angles of the body....
Kihei hotel to open following controversy. (Maui Sun hotel; liquor license controversy) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... The 229-room Maui Sun hotel in Kihei will have a soft opening Nov. 3. Room rates at the hotel, developed by E.T. Ige Construction Co. Inc., are priced lower than at luxury resorts and aimed at the local market. A liquor license for the hotel's...
Wastewater plant slated for upgrade. (Wastewater Reclamation Facility) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... A proposal between Maui County and the state will give $24.3 million for the upgrade and expansion of the Wastewater Reclamation Facility. The proposal was given preliminary approval recently by the Maui County Council Committee of the Whole....
Molokai landmark set to be rebuilt. (Mid-Nite Inn) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Owners of Molokai's landmark Mid-Nite Inn went before the Molokai Planning Commission last week with plans to rebuild the inn, which burned down June 25. John and Alyne Kikukawa are seeking a change in zoning to Country Town Business District....
Isle unemployment rises. (September 1991 figures) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Hawaii's unemployment rate increased to 2.8 percent in September, an increase of 0.3 percentage points from the August figure and the same as September 1990, according to state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations statistics. The...
Hawaiian upgrades fleet. (Hawaiian Airlines) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Hawaiian Airlines has started a 14-month, $2 million upgrade of its interIsland fleet. The program was kicked off with the delivery of a newly leased McDonnell Douglas DC-9-50. During the refurbishment, Hawaiian will replace cabin windows,...
Small-scale developers find big market. (MC Builders Inc.) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... MC Builders In a state where most developments seem to be aimed at the rich and non-residents, MC Builders Inc. is catering to buyers with more moderate incomes. Joe Mastrantonio and George Christensen specialize in redeveloping...
Tank owner reprieve in sight. (second temporary financial responsibility reprieve for some underground storage tank owners) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... A second temporary financial responsibility reprieve appears to be in sight for some underground storage tanks owners. One industry official said the federal government has no choice but to extend the deadline because the closing of gas...
Triathlon boosts Kona. (impact of Gatorade Ironman Triathlon on Kailua-Kona's economy) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Kailua-Kona got an economic shot in the arm as 30,000 visitors converged on the town Oct. 19 to witness the 140-mile Gatorade Ironman Triathlon, the largest crowd ever for the Big Island event. The last assessment of the impact of the...
Alexander & Baldwin Inc. (Dividend Reports) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Alexander & Baldwin Inc. fourth-quarter dividend of 22 cents a share, payable on Dec. 5 to shareholders of record Nov. 7.
Bancorp Hawaii Inc. (Dividend Reports ) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Bancorp Hawaii Inc. quarterly cash dividend of 30 cents per share, payable Dec. 13 to shareholders of record Nov. 19.
Diamond Head roadwork starts. (street maintenance project) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... An extensive street maintenance project got under way today, Oct. 28, with nearly around-the-clock work on Diamond Head Road. Grace Pacific Corp. is the general contractor. The work is the first of 12 Oahu road repair projects called for in a...
Construction resumes on Nauru Tower project. (building of the Nauru Phosphate Royalties Trust) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Glass on the top seven floors of the $200 million Nauru Tower is finally being installed after a monthlong delay because the Mainland glass supplier went out of business. Sunglass Products Inc. of Oklahoma, the original supplier, went out of...
Hawaiian Trust lauds insurance fund. (insurance-based investment fund) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Hawaiian Trust Co., a subsidiary of the Bank of Hawaii, brought its Mainland consultants here last week to explain to clients the strength of its insurance-based investment fund. "It is made up of annuity, or guaranteed interest, contracts we...
Municipal bond funds popular with Hawaii investors. (Focus on Personal Finance) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Local tax-free municipal funds are proving attractive to investors in Hawaii, according to industry executives. Thanks to their popularity with investors, Hawaii's two independent funds are growing rapidly, and the state's major,...
Isle insurance industry a good risk. (Focus on Personal Finance) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... According to commissioner Companiano The state of Hawaii is doing everything possible to ensure the insurance industry here is sound and healthy, despite reports of problems in the industry on the Mainland, according to state insurance...
Banks get into leasing business in a big way. (First Hawaiian Leasing Inc., subsidiary of First Hawaiian Inc.; Bank of Hawaii)(Focus on Personal Finance) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Hawaii's two largest banks have developed program to make leasing equipment, especially automobiles, an attractive alternative to buying for personal use or by the small business entrepreneur -- and both have developed packages to make the...
Local trusts offer full services. (personal financial services of trust companies in Hawaii)(Focus on Personal Finance) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... No need to turn to the Mainland Small business owners are coming to depend more and more on the personal financial services trust companies offer as their portfolios become more complex. Tom Holden, manager of the employee benefit...
Investor software debuts. (Pacific Capital Management to market new software program)(Focus on Personal Finance) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... An IBM compatible software program designed to help investors compare transaction costs of more than 20 leading discount brokers will be marketed in Hawaii next month. In a joint venture with The Leylan Factor, Honolulu's Pacific Capital...
Credit unions bank on convenience. (convenience factor attracts customer to credit unions)(Focus on Personal Finance) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Competing with larger financial institutions has some of Hawaii's credit unions banking on convenience as a "hallmark," said the president of the association that represents all but two of the state's credit unions. "We're all striving for...
American funds tops Forbes honor roll. (American Funds Group; Forbes magazine)(Focus on Personal Finance) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Forbes magazine each year singles out a handful of mutual funds for outstanding performance in up and down markets. The most frequently mentioned investment firm on this year's honor roll was American Funds Group. This year American Funds...
Isle thrifts are safe and sound. (savings and loan associations in Hawaii)(Focus on Personal Finance) (Brief Article)
October 28, 1991... Savings and loan associations in Hawaii are safe and sound places to handle personal finances, according to Lily Yao, who is in a unique position to be the judge. She is president and chief executive officer of Pioneer Federal Savings Bank,...
PRI's Reed scores state Legislature. (Pacific Resources Inc. puts investment plans on hold due to uncertain political climate created by the Hawaiian Legislature; Robert G. Reed III)
October 21, 1991... Pacific Resources Inc. has been forced to put a major capital improvement plan on indefinite hold because of the "uncertain political climate" created by the state Legislature, according to PRI chairman Robert G. Reed III. The plan had been...
Japanese investor wins jury verdict. (Mitsuru Shirai's lawsuit against Haseko Realty Inc. and Sun Mari Corp.)
October 21, 1991... Mitsuru Shirai, a wealthy Tokyo businessman, has won a $3 million jury verdict in state court here over a proposed golf course development. David A. Nakashima, a partner at Rush Moore Craven Sutton Morry & Beh who represented Shirai and his...
St. Francis plans long-term facility. (St. Francis Medical Center-West; long-term care nursing facility)
October 21, 1991... St. Francis Medical Center-West is planning a $12.9 million, 200-bed long-term care nursing facility next to its existing Ewa facility which, if approved, will have an impact on the statewide health-care system. Hawaii ranks last in the...
Poultrymen fly in Mainland chickens. (Darryl and Kal Uezu, owners of 50th State Poultry, import chickens from the Mainland because it costs less than raising and processing local chickens)
October 21, 1991... A once-thriving Oahu poultry farm is now idle because it is cheaper to import comparable Mainland birds than to raise and process chickens locally, its owners said. The high cost of raising and processing chickens on Oahu prompted brothers...
Kingsgate wraps up. (Kingsgate Plaza Co. has finished converting half of a commercial center for apartment use)
October 21, 1991... Construction recently wrapped up on the Kingsgate Plaza Co. commercial center at the intersection of North King Street and Dillingham Boulevard. The developer converted nearly half the space to apartment use because of uncertainty about...
Club Lanai closes. (a tourist activities and boating excursion company)
October 21, 1991... Club Lanai, a tourist activities and boating excursion company that shuttled visitors between Maui and an isolated beach on Lanai, closed operations Oct. 1 "because it was getting harder and harder to make a profit," said general manager Andy...
Lee targets Kona. (Abe Lee, president of Abe Lee Development Inc., plans to build a condominium in Kailua-Kona)
October 21, 1991... Laniakea Joint Ventures, a general partnership of Sells Development Inc. and Abe Lee Developments Inc., plans to develop a 135-unit condominium in Kailua-Kona on the Big Island. Nearly 30 percent of the units have been presold, said Abe Lee,...
HECO rate hike approved. (Hawaiian Electric Co. Inc.)
October 21, 1991... Hawaiian Electric Co. Inc. was granted a 1.04 percent rate increase by the state Public Utilities Commission last week. The increase, which will result in an additional $5.4 million in total revenue, will take effect Oct. 25. HECO had requested...
Dairy accused of polluting waters. (Meadow Gold Dairies Inc.)
October 21, 1991... Meadow Gold Dairies Inc. has been accused by the Sierra Club Hawaii Chapter and the Surfrider Foundation of violating federal law by discharging wastes from its Waimanalo cattle facility into Inoaole Stream. The two environmental groups filed a...
PRI's corporate reorganization will cut jobs. (Pacific Resources Inc.)
October 21, 1991... Pacific Resources Inc. completed plans for a corporate reorganization that will eliminate about 45 jobs in corporate headquarters and the petroleum business. About 15 of the positions to be cut are in Hawaii, but that will be offset by the...
AIO Ohana Corp. (Manufacturing)
October 21, 1991... AIO Ohana Corp. (manufacture, sell and distribute products and services), 76-6182 Pakalana Rd., KailuaKona, Hawaii, 96740. Pres., Lily Kalua Aio. Vice pres., Dora Laverne Aio. Sec'y, Gabriel Lonomoku Aio. Treas., Marie Ann Terese Chan. (July 16)
Engineering Resources International Inc. (Consulting)
October 21, 1991... Engineering Resources International Inc. (electrical engineering consulting), 47-477 Hui lo St., Kaneohe, 96744. Pres., sec'y, Patrick S. Mizuta. Vice pres., treas., Brenda L. Mizuta. (Aug. 2)
Pacific Golf Associates Inc. (Entertainment & Recreation)
October 21, 1991... Pacific Golf Associates Inc. (coordinate and produce golf tournaments; golf school; travel agency), 4105 Papu Circle, 96816. Pres., Gregory A. Nichols. Vice pres., treas., Clark Miyazaki. Sec'y. Lorraine Ishii. (July 31)
USG Hawaii International Ltd. (Import/Export)
October 21, 1991... USG Hawaii International Ltd. (import, export building materials and supplies), P.O. Box 30846, Honolulu, 96820. Pres., Francisco S. Ugale. Vice pres., Joseph A. Giunta. Sec'y treas., Rosemarie U. Sevilleja. (Aug. 1)
Helle International Corp. (Manufacturing)
October 21, 1991... Helle International Corp. (design, manufacture, wholesale, retail apparel and home furnishings), 1156 Hooli Circle, Peral City, 96782. Pres., Helle M. Hamilton. Vice pres., sec'y, treas., John E. Lee. (Aug. 2)
KFR&R Acquisition Inc. (Manufacturing)
October 21, 1991... KFR&R Acquisition Inc. (design, assemble, upholster, repair etc. furniture; manufacture, sell etc. furniture, fixtures etc.), 250 Ward Ave., Suite 230, 96814. Pres., Douglas F. Prines. Vice pres., sec'y, treas., Robert S. Milne. (July 31)
Delta Investments/Hawaii Inc. (Real Estate)
October 21, 1991... Delta Investments/Hawaii Inc. (real property investment), 1300 Pali Hwy., Suite 210, 96813. Pres., treas., Curtis Iha. Vice pres., Mark Iha. Sec'y, Carl Mudrick. (Aug. 1)
Custom Crystal of Hawaii Inc. (Retail/Wholesale)
October 21, 1991... Custom Crystal of Hawaii Inc. (personalizing crystal and glassware, sales), 609 Waikamilo Rd., 96817. Pres., treas., Gerald E. Mathias. Vice pres., sec'y., Robert W.Y. Wong. (July 31)
Portner Orthopedic Rehabilitation Inc. (Professional)
October 21, 1991... Portner Orthopedic Rehabilitation Inc. (medical practice), 615 Pookoi St., Suite 1210, 96814. Pres., vice pres., sec'y, treas., Bernard M. Portner. (Aug. 1)
Hi Kai Investment Ltd. (Real Estate)
October 21, 1991... Hi Kai Investment Ltd. (real property investment), 500 University Ave., Suite 1604, 96826. Pres., treas., Peter E. Nash. Vice pres., sec'y, John P. Loh. (July 26)
Kelina Hawaii Partners Ltd. (Real Estate)
October 21, 1991... Kelina Hawaii Partners Ltd. (real property investment), 1164 Bishop St., Suite 124, 96813, Pres., vice pres., sec'y, treas., Kenneth R. Grome. (July 30)
Any Kine Door & Trim Inc. (Retail/Wholesale)
October 21, 1991... Any Kine Door & Trim Inc. (sale of doors and trim), 1843 Wili Pa Loop, Wailuku, Maui, 96793. Pres., Naoki Tokuhisa. Vice pres., sec'y, treas., Rose Tokuhisa. (July 29)
Hawk USA Co. Ltd. (Retail/Wholesale)
October 21, 1991... Hawk USA Co. Ltd. (wholesale, retail household products), 2270 Kalakua Ave., Suite 1401, 96815. Pres., sec'y, treas., Koichi Takano. Vice pres., Takashi Sumi. (Aug. 2)
Komomai Sales Inc. (Retail/Wholesale)
October 21, 1991... Komomai Sales Inc. (wholesale supplies), 1720 Ala Moana, Suite A-1, 96815. Pres., vice pres., sec'y, treas., Greg Copeland. (July 17)
AST&T Handi-Van Inc. (Transportation)
October 21, 1991... AST&T Handi-Van Inc. (transportation for handicapped), 94-855 Kahuailani St., Waipahu, 96797. Pres., Wayne K. Tsutsuse, D.D.S. Vice pres., Masahide Yamada. Sec'y, treas., Deborah Lyn Tsutsuse. (July 31)
A and Z Enterprises Inc. (Miscellaneous)
October 21, 1991... A and Z Enterprises Inc. (packaging services), 2526 Waolani Ave., Suite A-4, 96817. Pres., Len V. Ambrosio. Vice pres., Timothy J. Ziegal. Sec'y, Rebecca v. Ambrosio. Treas., Adelina V. Ambrosio. (Aug. 5)
Action Janitorial Inc. (Miscellaneous)
October 21, 1991... Action Janitorial Inc. (janitorial services), 121 Waialeale St., 96825. Pres., vice pres., sec'y, treas., Michael F. Smith. (July 31)
Samuel K. Thronas Inc. (Miscellaneous)
October 21, 1991... Samuel K. Thronas Inc. (asphalt paving and surfacing, cesspools, excavating, etc.), 5611 Waipouli Rd., Kapaa, Kauai, 96746. Pres., treas., Samuel K. Thronas. Vice pres., sec'y, Mary Thronas. (July 24)
Any Time Any Where Clothing. (New Partnerships)
October 21, 1991... Any Time Any Where Clothing (wholesale, retail), 810 University Ave., Suite 305, 96826. Lily H.S. Kim, Pyong Suk Patarini. (Oct. 7)
Better Life and Environmental Products. (New Partnerships)
October 21, 1991... Better Life and Environmental Products (sales of air filters, water filters, educational products etc.), 927 McCully St., 96826. Michael M. Sasaki, Lloyd Nagatori. (Oct. 2)
Capitol Abatement. (New Partnerships)
October 21, 1991... Capitol Abatement, A J/V (asbestos removal), 2234 Hoonee Pl., 96819. Unitek Insulation Inc., Marcor of California Inc. (Oct. 2)
Fantasy Aviation, Hawaii. (New Partnerships)
October 21, 1991... Fantasy Aviation, Hawaii (development and sale of aviation-related promotional products), P.O. Box 240, Kailua, 96734. Christopher N. MacDonald, Conrad L. Nielsen. (Sept. 26)
Hawaii PCE. (New Partnerships)
October 21, 1991... Hawaii PCE (excavation contractor), 1640 Kahai St., 96819. Pacific Coast Environmental Inc., Harry Nakai Inc. (Oct. 4)
Island Pottery. (New Partnerships)
October 21, 1991... Island Pottery (manufacture pottery), 12-447 Laauloke St., Kehena, Maui, 96778. Wendy K. Machado, Terence P. Thomas. (Sept. 25)
Jazzy One. (New Partnerships)
October 21, 1991... Jazzy One (manufacture, wholesale, retail clothing), 250 Kawaihae St., Suite 5E, 96825. Lerisa Heroldt, Erhard Heroldt. (Sept. 9)
Matshelly Enterprises. (New Partnerships)
October 21, 1991... Matshelly Enterprises (retailing), 4803-B Handrich St., Wahaiwa, 96786. Gretchen Ralls, Carl A. Ralls. (Sept. 5)
Limbach, Limbach & Sutton. (New Foreign Partnerships)
October 21, 1991... Limbach, Limbach & Sutton (patent and trademark law), 2001 Ferry Building, San Francisco, Calif., 94111; no Hawaii address. Karl A. Limbach, John P. Sutton, J. William Wigert, et al. (May 20)
White Eagle Products. (New Foreign Partnerships)
October 21, 1991... White Eagle Products (wholesale, retail arts and crafts products), 1104 Felder St., Gardena, Calif., 90248; 1595 Perry St., 96819. Gary M. Shiroma, Jeffrey M. Washiashi. (Sept. 24)
Just a Little Moonlighting Hawaii. (New Partnerships)
October 21, 1991... Just a Little Moonlighting Hawaii (wholesale, retail hats, T-shirts, etc.), 91-1173 Hanaloa St., Ewa Beach, 96706. Williams K. Hew Len, Elaine M. Peters. (Oct. 7)
Maui Design Group and Designer Delivery Service. (New Partnerships)
October 21, 1991... Maui Design Group and Designer Delivery Service (interior design), 51 Naniluna Pl., Wialuku, Maui, 96793. Bruce Allen Mann, Persis Hataria. (Sept. 6)
Scents of Charity. (New Partnerships)
October 21, 1991... Scents of Charity (retail perfume), 801 Alakea St., Suite 207, 96813. Faaruga leru, Tese I. Tootoo. (Oct. 1)
House of Hawaii. (New Foreign Partnerships)
October 21, 1991... House of Hawaii (create and market board game), 1154 St. George Dr., Annapolis, Md., 21401; no Hawaii address provided. Geraldine Keikilani Johnson, Gordon Grant Johnson. (Sept. 16)
Mayflower Int'l Consulting & Developing Co. (New Partnerships)
October 21, 1991... Mayflower Int'l Consulting & Developing Co. (garments and sporting goods), 155 N. Beretania St., Suite 1404, 96817. Lay Poh Lim, Theodore Lin. (Sept. 30)
Structure Development. (New Partnerships)
October 21, 1991... Structure Development (space structure development, manufacture, marketing and consulting), 1958 Vancouver Dr., 96822. Robert Laxton John Hayter, Jack Harrison, David John Hayter, et al. (Oct. 2)
Kyo-ya, McDonald's adopt waste-recycling programs. (Kyo-ya Co. Ltd.)
October 21, 1991... Kyo-ya Co. Ltd.'s four Sheraton Hotels in Waikiki have reduced their garbage disposal costs by $7,000 per month in the last six months, or $84,000 on an annual basis. Total waste tonnage has been reduced by an average of 13 percent since...
Thomas Cook starts after-hours trading. (Thomas Cook Currency Services Hawaii)
October 21, 1991... Thomas Cook Currency Services Hawaii recently established an after-hours trading desk to serve its North American client network, reputed to be the first of its kind in Hawaii. "There have been many firms looking at developing an after-hours...