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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for December 2, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Roof-tearing winds continue tomorrow
 •  Man dies after crashing into tree off Pali
 •  Fire damages Neiman Marcus
 •  Parachutist critical after high-wind stunts

Local News
 •  'Snow' falling on city's downtown holiday display
 •  Pearl Harbor
Humble beginnings fuel Mineta's rise
 •  Survivors return to Pearl Harbor
 •  Pearl Harbor anniversary events open to all
 •  Advertiser Christmas Fund
Ailing son left family buried in bills
 •  Other news
Waimanalo complex can house 85 seniors
 •  Maui cats get to shelter
 •  Maui called 'StormReady'
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Salutes
 •  Obituaries
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Bob Krauss
Mark Egan put tourism on the map
 •  Lee Cataluna
Trash problem along H-1 corridor no laughing matter

 •  Wahine advance to regional semifinals
 •  Shimonovich a Warrior in true sense of word
 •  Lee says he's firm on stepping down
 •  Surfing
Aikau surf on only when 'Bay calls'
 •  Nine World contenders advance in Rip Curl Cup
 •  Isle File
Wallace will speak at Quarterback Club
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  Tourney has bigger potential

Island Life
 •  Terror attacks sharpen college students' focus
 •  Cloning find triggers new round of controversy
 •  G.I. Joe storms back into kids' hearts
 •  New editor for features sections
 •  Stage review
Costumes, flesh make for devilishly good time
 •  Tip-Offs
Singer Leo Kottke plans four concerts here
 •  Homestyle
Kohala site for Wright's design on TV 'Homes'
 •  Poinsettias bring seasonal color, cheer
 •  Animal Companions
When a loved pet dies, you've lost a best friend
 •  Adoptables/Lost
 •  Art
Museum shops, galleries offer great gifts by Hawai'i artists
 •  Art Calendar
 •  Books
Lit Beat

 •  Auto insurance firms face thousands in fines
 •  Norwegian Star on its way
 •  Developer Schuler finds success in calculated risks
 •  Tourism drop in Hawai'i noted
 •  National business
From jean makers to banks, companies worldwide slash jobs
 •  389,688 jobs cut since Sept. 11
 •  Disney Institute closing rooms
 •  Man lights on idea for better bulbs
 •  Not just any 'Butler' will do for Reno ads

 •  Editorials
No time to relax on Felix obligation
 •  Parole ruling must not be overused
 •  Dec. 7 • Sept. 11
Amid the fear of those times was a special satisfaction
 •  Let the lessons learned from Pearl Harbor serve us well
 •  Commentaries
Previously ignored AIDS crisis is China's No. 1 social issue
 •  Legislature, City Council offer low-paying positions
 •  Jerry Burris
Candidates attentive to ethnic vote
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  After Deadline
Community members help newspaper list its priorities

 •  Brides take the stage even when they lack training
 •  Turn to family for comfort during holidays
 •  Give gift to brighten child's day
 •  Get the family into holiday spirit
 •  Kids: Tell us of Christmases past
 •  Fun House
Boy tickled by tumble on the stairs
 •  For Better, For Worse
It's a small world – with a nice big beach
 •  Send us your true holiday tales
 •  Deb Aoki's Bento Box
 •  Family Calendar
 •  Births
 •  Achievers
 •  Volunteers