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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 15, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Nordstrom plans store in Kaka'ako
Loyal Garner dies of cancer at age 55
 •  Japanese divers end search of Ehime Maru
 •  Apology issued for flying of flag over 'Iolani
 •  Police Briefs
 •  Hawai'i Stocks

Local News
 •  Revenue forecast predicts $150 million shortfall
 •  Hale'iwa business wipeout worst in town's memory
 •  Food scarce for 1 in 5 people here, report says
 •  Four more people found to have dengue fever
 •  Police speed up traffic accident response
 •  Marines salute World War II 'code talker'
 •  Education
Legislators target school bureaucracy
 •  Grants will advance Native Hawaiian health research
 •  Our Schools | Waialua High & Intermediate
Students make leap into new millennium
 •  Hilo charter school wins reprieve
 •  On Campus
UH has role in building community
 •  Community meetings slated on accountability
 •  Police/Courts
Tax suspect defends accounting move
 •  Police Beat
 •  City government
Council district borders affirmed
 •  City Council postpones vote on Waikiki condemnation
 •  City spent $2 million on security, dengue
 •  Other news
More Hawai'i reservists called to active duty
 •  Hawai'i Kai developers will preserve historic sites
 •  Storyteller to appear at libraries
 •  John Shupe, renewable energy expert, dead at 77
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Hilo hotel becomes housing project
 •  Control of aquifer contested on Maui
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Salutes

 •  Big signings for UH; Kahumoku may return
 •  Smaller UH big WAC tourney favorite
 •  Espiau opts to postpone surgery
 •  Warrior basketball squad seeking identity
 •  Fifth local athlete commits to UH baseball
 •  Early signings solidify post, wing for Wahine basketball
 •  UH softball team in search of arms
 •  Unknown Lunas motivate Kahuku
 •  Sellitto likes makeup of experienced Sea Warriors
 •  Viloria's next foe most experienced
 •  Lewis, Marsh lead inductees into track hall
 •  Isle File
Feb. 9 Pro Bowl tickets can now be purchased
 •  November Grand Sumo Tournament
Musashimaru defeats Tokitsuumi, improves to 5-0
 •  Volleyball players sign
 •  Golf report
Maui's Rolfing shows state's golf scene on TV show
 •  New purchase brings first ace
 •  Lehman first pro lined up to participate with juniors
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  In search of a rival, trophies

Island Life
 •  Roy Yamaguchi plays TV show's 'Asian Chef'
 •  Skies may turn spectacular this year
 •  'Harry Potter' may live up to expectations
 •  The Left Lane
Showing some skin
 •  Stage Review
'The Dead' is tender and bittersweet
 •  'Karmic Slave' baffles as much as it entertains
 •  Health Calendar
 •  Movie Openings
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday

 •  Matson puts rates on hold
 •  Oil trial records to be released
 •  Tourism fears worst to come
 •  Hawaiian Airlines nets $12 million in quarter
 •  Kailua-Kona housing project prices double
 •  U.S., world business
Talk of layoffs premature, JAL says
 •  Car buyers push retail sales to record high
 •  Faltering tourism industry sparks new EU campaign

 •  Editorial
On smoking, the time for leadership is now
 •  Editorial
Food, diplomatic work become critical
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Kokua one more time, dear friends