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December 3, 1991
The Japanese Striking Force The Japanese carrier striking task force that attacked Pearl Harbor set sail from the Kuril Islands on Nov. 26. It was made up of six aircraft carriers, two battleships and had a support force of nine destroyers, one light cruiser, two heavy cruisers and eight tankers. Three I-class submarines were positioned in front of the task force to act as scouts. U.S. Ships That Missed the Attack Many ships of the U.S. fleet were not present at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
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March 26, 1994 | LOUIS SAHAGUN and SUSAN ESSOYAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, after failing for decades to improve appreciably the lives of native Hawaiians, had something to crow about when it developed a tract of houses near here with $1-a-year lot leases. The Panaewa Homes, 50 single-family dwellings opened to residents in 1991, were part of a "fast track" effort to help the estimated 14,000 native Hawaiians who have waited generations for a chance to move onto department land scattered across the state.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 3, 1988 | From Times wire services
A federal judge has ordered that a 65-foot-high cross overlooking a U.S. Marine base in Honolulu be removed or replaced by a non-religious symbol. But in issuing the order in Washington, U.S. District Judge Thomas F. Hogan said it would not take effect for 60 days to give the government an opportunity to seek a stay from a higher court while it appeals the ruling.
NEWS
December 3, 1991
The Japanese Striking Force The Japanese carrier striking task force that attacked Pearl Harbor set sail from the Kuril Islands on Nov. 26. It was made up of six aircraft carriers, two battleships and had a support force of nine destroyers, one light cruiser, two heavy cruisers and eight tankers. Three I-class submarines were positioned in front of the task force to act as scouts. U.S. Ships That Missed the Attack Many ships of the U.S. fleet were not present at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
NEWS
February 5, 1988
Hawaii Sen. Daniel Inouye said he has it on good authority that the battleship Missouri will be home-ported in Pearl Harbor instead of the Navy's first choice, San Francisco. Inouye told the Honolulu Advertiser that he had heard from "very reliable sources" of the decision to base the battleship in Hawaii. A spokesman for the Navy in Washington and at Pacific Fleet headquarters in Honolulu said they had heard nothing about the assignment of the renovated battleship to Pearl Harbor.
NEWS
March 26, 1994 | LOUIS SAHAGUN and SUSAN ESSOYAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, after failing for decades to improve appreciably the lives of native Hawaiians, had something to crow about when it developed a tract of houses near here with $1-a-year lot leases. The Panaewa Homes, 50 single-family dwellings opened to residents in 1991, were part of a "fast track" effort to help the estimated 14,000 native Hawaiians who have waited generations for a chance to move onto department land scattered across the state.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 3, 1988 | From Times wire services
A federal judge has ordered that a 65-foot-high cross overlooking a U.S. Marine base in Honolulu be removed or replaced by a non-religious symbol. But in issuing the order in Washington, U.S. District Judge Thomas F. Hogan said it would not take effect for 60 days to give the government an opportunity to seek a stay from a higher court while it appeals the ruling.
NEWS
February 5, 1988
Hawaii Sen. Daniel Inouye said he has it on good authority that the battleship Missouri will be home-ported in Pearl Harbor instead of the Navy's first choice, San Francisco. Inouye told the Honolulu Advertiser that he had heard from "very reliable sources" of the decision to base the battleship in Hawaii. A spokesman for the Navy in Washington and at Pacific Fleet headquarters in Honolulu said they had heard nothing about the assignment of the renovated battleship to Pearl Harbor.
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