Hawaii’s Best, America’s Favorite!
Visitors and islanders enjoy sampling ripe fresh Royal Hawaiian pineapple at Dole’s “space age” fruit stand in the middle of the fields at Wahiawa.
“If any reader of this book is in the grip of some habit of which he is deeply ashamed, I advise him not to give way to it in secret but to do it on television. No-one will pass him with averted gaze on the other side of the street. People will cross the road at the risk of losing their own lives in order to say, ‘We saw you on the telly.’”
— Quentin Crisp
How to Become a Virgin, 1981
Every drop of fresh apple juice, carefully pressed from the reddest apples, shining in colors of the cheeks of a snow-country child, is yours to enjoy in each soft and juicy Kasugai Apple Gummy.
The mechanical harvesting machine which extends across the pineapple fields. Field hands walk behind the boom and handpick the ripe fruit selectively, place it on the arm, and a conveyer rolls it into the truck. Note the rich red highly mineralized soil on which Hawaii’s second largest industry depends.
When Polly went out to Cyprus to join the boy she loved, she thought that she had lost him to Sylvia, the wealthy, beautiful half-Cypriot girl.
Could the love of Major David Bicknell mend her broken heart?