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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 20, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Ex-trustee re-indicted on perjury charges
 •  Japanese briefed by Navy officers
 •  China detains U.S. writer in crackdown
 •  3 suspects may face charges
 •  'Final push' on for strike talks
 •  Water in Mokule'ia area contaminated
 •  Foundation reduces staff
 •  Trust might sell Goldman shares
 •  Waddle to face administrative hearing for punishment

Local News
 •  Governor says strike's end near; teachers less optimistic
 •  City to serve free lunches to children
 •  UH comes to life again with full day of classes
 •  Poll: Most back higher taxes to aid schools
 •  Waddle case tests U.S.-Japan relations anew
 •  Navy officers explain action to Japanese
 •  Former trustee Wong charged again with perjury
 •  Docents bring more aloha to Convention Center
 •  H-2 suspects still not charged
 •  Prosecutor says police were justified in June shooting
 •  Hilo's Natasha Oda wins Miss Aloha Hula title
 •  Hawai'i criticized in disciplining of doctors
 •  New chairperson rules 'outrageous,' House GOP says
 •  City Council pursues Luana Hills purchase for park
 •  Trash hinders Kahana Bay fish pond restoration
 •  Former HPD employees plead not guilty to theft, bribery
 •  Committee endorses Morihara to PUC seat
 •  Wah Duck Young, ethnic guardian, dead at 87
 •  Former Lewers and Cooke president James Lovell dead at 94
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Ocean carbon dioxide study awaits federal OK
 •  Hawai'i County to hire equal opportunity official
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Lee Cataluna
They're on strike, but sense of humor isn't

 •  No way to describe or stop Theocharidis
 •  Rainbows make most of gifts from Owls, 4-2
 •  Small College Notebook
BYUH freshman tops state power lifting records in first competition
 •  Isle File
Nishimoto, Ralbovsky tied in Mid-Pac golf
 •  National title game helped Vick's stock rise for draft
 •  Steelers keep Ma'afala from New England
 •  High Schools
Punahou overwhelms 'Iolani, 57-35
 •  High School Wrestling
Eight locals qualify for World Team Trials
 •  Recreation
Trail Masters
 •  Ouside Notes
 •  The Racing Report

Island Life
 •  Keeping coral alive
 •  Ways you can help protect Hawai'i's coral reefs and their inhabitants
 •  Homestyle
Old stuff finds new uses as decor
 •  Blues festival jams across Islands
 •  The Left Lane
Witless in Paradise
 •  Fads & Finds
Cruise around town on the new E-Bike
 •  Tip-off
Kapena, Koa'uka will play luncheon
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Show Biz
Stars get VIP treatment at Diamond Head Grill

 •  Development Bank predicts Asian economic rally
 •  Nonprofit Ohana Foundation cuts jobs, regroups
 •  CB Bankshares' profits up 15%; loans worrisome
 •  Dell Computer tops world in computer sales
 •  FCC eases guideline on network mergers
 •  Aquasearch Inc. names director

 •  HGEA, UPW contracts signal start of new era
 •  Mansho constituents have a right to recall
 •  Sakae Takahashi: a lost breed of public servant
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Don't let the lights go out