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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 29, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Arrest ends Kaimuki standoff

Local News
 •  Waddle's attorney says client deserves reward
 •  Maui a magnet for Hispanics
 •  Maui's immigrants striving to succeed
 •  Progress of education upgrade is debated
 •  Central figure in '67 UH protest to retire
 •  UH faculty contract OK'd
 •  Opinion on Navy sonar sharply divided
 •  Simon Cardew, public affairs executive, dead at 63
 •  Gardeners bring quilt to life
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Bob Krauss
Last kolea, maybe, left Friday
 •  Lee Cataluna
Waddle taking full advantage of his 15 minutes of fame
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Bills that are alive, or failing, at the Capitol
 •  Government
 •  Business/Taxes
 •  Education/Social services
 •  Consumer protection
 •  Crime
 •  Health
 •  Environment
 •  Miscellaneous

 •  UCLA pops Warriors' bubble
 •  BYU, not UH, likely to receive at-large berth
 •  Oregon State batters Hawai'i, 18-7
 •  Analysis
Bowl games couldn't keep up with times
 •  Late goal boosts UH water polo over Gauchos
 •  Veterans Bareis, Ashba win Kailua Night Doubles in three
 •  Iolani gains semis of ILH baseball tournament
 •  Punahou basketball girls rip MPI to clinch tie for first
 •  Isle File
UH softball zeros in on Tulsa with another sweep
 •  Don't mix politics and Olympics
 •  May Sports calendar

Island Life
 •  Feeding Pidgin
 •  Beliefs stated by Da Pidgin Coup:
 •  Singer gets best of both worlds
 •  Radio man Paul Harvey still going strong
 •  Tip-Off
World Fire Knife Dance Competition slated
 •  Hawai'i Ways, Hawai'i Days
Revisiting restaurants of yore
 •  Hawai'i Gardens
Some rhododendrons love warm climes
 •  Stage Review
UH production of 'Faust' falls flat
 •  Bamboo exhibits mix form and function
 •  Honolulu's art scene undergoes big changes
 •  Art Calendar
 •  Lit Beat

 •  Pacific Century strategy pays off
 •  Weak yen squeezes tourism
 •  Personal income in Hawai'i grew 4.7 percent in 2000
 •  Upromise program offers parents help in paying for college
 •  Quebec-based circus redefines 'Big Top'
 •  'Economic hangover' may cause nations to stumble
 •  AOL Time Warner on target, Case says

 •  Civilian military visits should go on, carefully
 •  Felix case must not become battle of wills
 •  Thomas Plate
Japan's foreign policy time is at hand
 •  Island Voices
How the law protects our children
 •  Focus
Status quo no longer OK
 •  Bob Dye
Anderson back for hana hou?
 •  Jerry Burris
Everybody in minority on Islands
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Quality of childcare provider has major effect on the behavior of keiki
 •  Tips on selecting childcare
 •  Honorable Mention
Disabled man wins more than national honor
 •  Celebrate Boy's and Children's day with arts and crafts, kites and koi
 •  Schools compete in hula festival
 •  Family Matters
Park tennis coach encourages players
 •  Fun House
Share your funny family stories here
 •  For Better, For Worse
Couple slowly crossing tasks off to-do lists for the big day
 •  Prescriptions
Doing triathlon is an attainable goal
 •  Dr. Gadget's Science Machine
Create air column to make sounds
 •  Achievers
 •  Births
 •  Engagements
 •  Family Calendar
 •  Weddings
 •  Reunions