In the 1930’s, Hawaiian Music traveled to 750 radio stations around the world bringing “Aloha” and a visual image of Hawaii created solely by the music itself. People were lured to the Islands on steam ships after hearing the weekly radio program, “HAWAII CALLS” hosted by Webley Edwards. Legendary singers from that era and beyond include: Alfred Apaka, Hilo Hattie, Chick Daniels, Auntie Alice Namakelua, Gabby Pahinui and Don Ho. A memorial walk is being planned in Waikiki at a location where music was once written by the beloved Queen Lili`uokalani. Margaret Bukatz is spear heading it.
Margaret Bukatz is the President of Kamaco, Inc. at Long Beach, California and Fort Worth, Texas. She earned two bachelor degrees: one in philosophy from the University of Michigan and one in finance at Wartburg College. She also studied at New York University.
Hebrews 6:15 “And so after wanting patiently Abraham received what was promised.”