I could not find the photo in newspapers from Hawaii, but did find 3 mentions of a Bill Stansberry, but he was a soldier or in the air force, so I don't know if it is the same person. The website I used (GenealogyBank.com, a paid research site) had the Star Bulletin from 1912-2010, including the date you gave. I looked through that issue and did not see a photo or mention of Bill Stansberry. The items I did find are:
[Honolulu Advertiser 29 Jul 1951]
[Honolulu Advertiser 15 Sep 1951]
[Honolulu Advertiser 27 Jan 1952]
Dear Mr. Gunlock,
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If Mr. Stansberry was stationed in Honolulu while he served in the Navy, then there may be photographs of his unit and its activities in the National Archives. These would not be the same image that was taken by the Star-Bulletin, but it may be another avenue to explore if you are searching for photographs of his military service. Photographs of various U.S. Army, Navy, and Marine Corps activities dating from 1940 to 2007 are in the custody of the National Archives at College Park - Still Picture (RDSS). Please contact RDSS via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance, and include as much information as possible in your inquiry (e.g. full name, dates, Navy unit).
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Additionally, we suggest that you contact the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, which purchased the Star-Bulletin in 2010, to request a search of their archives.
Finally, information about accessing copies of the newspaper itself, which may include a printed version of the image, is located on the website for the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa: Find Historical Newspapers - History Research Guide, and the Library of Congress Chronicling America website provides additional information about Libraries that Have It: Honolulu star-bulletin.
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I have sent a few emails to the star-advertiser with no response and the national archives.
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I did get on newspapers.com and have viewed all newspapers in that time frame and can not find the photo that was taken.