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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 21, 2001

Local News
 •  Dad grieves daughter lost in crash one year ago
 •  Education
Contract standoff builds as bonus splits teachers, state
 •  Dobelle wants to rename stadium after Murakami
 •  Police/Courts
E-mail added witnesses in '75 murder case
 •  Jury finds three guilty in Waipi'o shooting
 •  Military affairs
Makua still crucial, Army says
 •  Search begins for remains in North Korea
 •  Other news
Japan-Hawai'i ties reinforced at tea ceremony
 •  City to rid park of diseased ironwoods
 •  Inmate died of overdose in Arizona, tests show
 •  New park may cost city extra $2.1 million
 •  AIDS benefit expects to bring in $1 million
 •  Center mast of Ehime Maru to be removed by explosives
 •  Corrections
 •  Obituaries
 •  Mike Leidemann
Beach fee not unusual elsewhere

 •  UH-Fresno State football refund OK'd by Dobelle
 •  Stadium in his name an honor for Murakami
 •  UH to review if WAC suits it best
 •  Montgomerie keeps lead in British Open
 •  Isle File
'Pigout' benefit for UH football team kicks off Thursday
 •  Sports Notices
 •  July Grand Sumo Tournament
Kaio wins July sumo title

Island Life
 •  Concert review
Stan Kenton alumni band makes night's tribute sizzle
 •  Book review
Kaua'i man tells of lifetime of seeking elders' wisdom
 •  Magazines
Creations of innovative poets challenge, titillate
 •  Hawai'i Public TV to seek viewer dollars
 •  Island Sounds
Justin teams up; Willie K takes a look back
 •  Book review
A fictional exploration of the dawning of TV
 •  TGI Saturday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Faith
Beliefs differ from church teachings
 •  Where We Worship
Love flows at Bethel Missionary Baptist
 •  Fair to show spiritual side of dreams
 •  Mormon-to-Catholic re-baptism required
 •  Expressions of Faith
Free will opens up perception
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Faith Calendar

 •  National business
Credit scoring used as basis for driver risks
 •  Talk boosts high-tech hopes
 •  Isle educational tours to get buildup in Japan
 •  Critics claim credit scoring penalizes poor, minorities
 •  National business
Executive travelers lose perks to cut cost
 •  United Airlines' workers authorize strike

 •  Editorial
Adm. Blair finds himself at center-stage
 •  Letters to the Editor