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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 10, 2001

Local News
 •  ADB meeting
ADB protest message civil, peaceful
 •  Treasury secretary calls for reforms
 •  Protest draws far fewer than expected
 •  Video, photos of ADB meeting and protest march
 •  Education
Cayetano wants 600 teachers back in classroom jobs
 •  Hawai'i 'poverty' schools rich in Internet access
 •  Post-strike cramming pays off for UH graduates
 •  Schedule of Hawai'i high school graduations
 •  Union carpenters help Kapolei students
 •  Our Schools
Students get hands dirty working in garden of knowledge
 •  Hawai'i youths head to D.C. for math contest
 •  Send us your questions about school
 •  Other news
Japanese, Navy discuss reparations over Ehime Maru
 •  Police search for gunman in crash
 •  Dock repairs set for Wai'anae Boat Harbor
 •  Police Beat
 •  Neighborhood Board to survey residents
 •  'Danny' Padayao rites next week
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Lava again spreads over Royal Gardens subdivision
 •  Moloka'i foundation hopes to revive colorful inn
 •  Kaua'i man pleads no contest to murder charge
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Big bucks wasted on city's show of force

 •  Maui UH football game not hot ticket
 •  UH volleyball coach Wilton soon to be without a contract
 •  Galaxy envision star potential in Kamehameha grad soccer rookie
 •  High schools
Pearl City, Mililani, Leilehua squeeze in for OIA baseball second place
 •  Waiakea High boys eye fourth straight golf title
 •  Small colleges
BYUH women's tennis can't win 'em all
 •  Isle File
Wahine softball honors Anderson
 •  Ferd Lewis
Cornering the market on boxing legends
 •  Golf Report
'Sign Boy' making mark
 •  Women in Golf Day set at Kane'ohe course

Island Life
 •  Passages
Relaxing those wrinkles
 •  Seattle college students throw a lu'au
 •  The Left Lane
Old-style ways
 •  Movie Openings
 •  Health Calendar
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  HMSA to increase rates
 •  Cruise lines seek access to Kaua'i port
 •  Architects push 35-story tower for downtown Honolulu
 •  ADB meeting
ADB summit forges deal on currency reserves
 •  Compaq offering discount to state
 •  Internet
FBI uses bogus company to nab hackers
 •  Other news
Home builder upbeat on sales, earnings
 •  Classic Hawaii travelers receive added incentives
 •  Forecasters predict more Fed interest cuts
 •  Windows XP launch set for Oct. 25
 •  Business briefs

 •  Editorial
ADB protest march: a success all around
 •  Editorial
Far-off prisons present weighty responsibilities
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Sentencing of drunk driver was right one
 •  Commentary
ADB is battling corruption