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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 29, 2001

Local News
 •  Final checks in the mail as welfare reforms begin
 •  Welfare cuts will hurt children, too
 •  Growing congestion frustrates 'Ewa commuters
 •  Hawai'i election reforms lagging
 •  Melveen Leed in hospital after mild heart attack
 •  Rain renews dengue fever fears
 •  Hawai'i honors heroism of Pentagon police officer
 •  Advertiser Christmas Fund
Pacific immigrants struggle to stay here
 •  Police/Courts
California tourist victimized for third time here
 •  Man to stand trial in downtown car-fire incident
 •  Police Beat
 •  Other news
Neighbors object to downtown sex-offender program
 •  City to expand 'Sunset on Beach' horizons
 •  Neighborhood board wants limits on strip clubs
 •  Housing renovation planned in Wahiawa
 •  Search continues for Hawai'i-based sailor
 •  Japanese veterans to visit Hickam next Thursday
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Education
KCC dental aide course receives grant
 •  Our Schools | Kailua High School
Program has teens gearing up for engineering careers
 •  On Campus
Survey offers look at colleges
 •  Education briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Kaua'i seeks change in handling of monk seals
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections

 •  St. Louis-Kahuku III seen as virtual tossup
 •  Scouting report: Skill, speed vs. momentum, motivation
 •  Organizers expecting large crowd
 •  UH volleyball
Hard-hitting and soft-hearted, Maja Gustin is the essence of a team player
 •  CNN/SI cable might show MPSF playoffs
 •  College football
Warriors chill out before BYU practices
 •  No. 1 Hurricanes will clinch berth in BCS title matchup
 •  Division II notebook
Chaminade basketball is bigger than last year, better than last week
 •  Golf Report
Distinguished service

Island Life
 •  Bla Pahinui comes out of musical semi-retirement
 •  CD review
Album reflects Pahinui's growth, reverence for roots
 •  Hollywood bets on war to swell the take
 •  ABC says 'Millionaire' return unsure
 •  Tip-Off
Dance Hall Crashers to perform at World Cafe
 •  The Left Lane
A bear of their own
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health Calendar
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Hawaiian begins exploring joint activities with Aloha
 •  United reinstates Hawai'i flights, adds Denver route
 •  Japanese to attend tourism conference
 •  Tourism Authority facing budget shortfall
 •  Health insurer TRG to shut down
 •  U.S., world business
Chiquita files for bankruptcy
 •  Daiei debt mounts as bond rating dips
 •  Mortgage lenders raise limit on housing loans

 •  Editorial
Traffic camera system better without profits
 •  Editorial
Secrecy and strange explanations from top
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Should gambling be kept out of Hawai'i?