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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 19, 2001

Local News
 •  Sea World latest potential suitor for Waimea park
 •  'Pearl Harbor' stars stir movie stew on aircraft carrier
 •  Hawai'i a leader in energy policies
 •  Five safe after Cessna ditches off Big Island
 •  KCC culinary program to acquire Cannon Club
 •  Hotel workers ratify two-year contract
 •  Kukui Gardens trying to lower amount of rent hike
 •  City Council tutored on ethics issues
 •  Police/Courts
Captured escapee's friends defend his mental capacity
 •  Nanakuli woman and son charged with theft
 •  Judge turns down Uyesugi request
 •  Police Beat
 •  Neighbor Islands
Kaua'i Council fights mayor for control of budget
 •  Moloka'i General's six nurses continue walkout
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Mike Leidemann
Relaxed aloha wear gets stiffed

 •  Kalaheo routs Waimea in girls state basketball
 •  MPI, Kailua, Moanalua and St. Joseph gain baseball semifinals
 •  Track meet gets late start on Maui
 •  State tennis tournament gets under way
 •  UH sports
Rainbows wallop Vulcans, 16-2
 •  Wahine track team in 6th place at WAC championships
 •  Isle File
Eleven-year-old leads Jennie K. golf tournament
 •  May Grand Sumo Tournament
Musashimaru wins, improves to 5-2
 •  Other sports
Canoe or kayak OK for Moloka'i champ Kelly Fey
 •  Sports notices

Island Life
 •  Island Sounds
Sweet sounds of Kumukahi revive stories of the heart
 •  TV brings 'Pearl Harbor' up close and personal
 •  Tip-off
Gay film festival will begin May 31
 •  Around Town
Evolution Dance this weekend
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday
 •  Faith
Where We Worship: Konkokyo sees all beings as interdependent
 •  Expressions of Faith: Death lets us see why we live
 •  Faith Calendar

 •  Queen's plan to be sold
 •  Breakup fee high if bank sale fails
 •  Pact sets up business exchange
 •  Maui gets A-plus for growth, stability
 •  Road Runner rates going up
 •  BancWest buyer may want French bank, too
 •  Reports likely to show economy on upswing

 •  Editorial
Ala Wai harbor must not become exclusive
 •  Editorial
On campaign reform, it's the same old tricks
 •  Letters to the Editor