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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 5, 2001

Local News
 •  Health director wary of dengue fever outbreak
 •  Army to resume training at Makua Valley
 •  Civilians' decision painful, reluctant
 •  Irmgard Farden Aluli, musician and composer, dead at 89
 •  Reapportionment panel to reconsider 'canoe' districts
 •  Police/Courts
Soldier in fatal crash passed sobriety test
 •  Food complaint revealed in fatal stabbing of caretaker
 •  Police Beat
 •  The September 11th attack
State seeks $23 million for airport, harbor security
 •  Hawai'i joins economic stimulus efforts
 •  UH poll finds strong support for new medical school
 •  O'ahu sewer fees could double by 2010
 •  Kane'ohe seniors endure residential project delay
 •  Tree-lined median planned for Kahala
 •  Diversity keeps Big Island economy afloat, Kim says
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  What's open and closed on Discoverers' Day
 •  Obituaries

 •  Bonds hits homer No. 70; 3 games left to set record
 •  Henderson breaks Cobb's record with 2,246th run
 •  UH sports
Wahine beat Rice for 43rd straight WAC victory
 •  Hawai'i, SMU both facing must-win game
 •  Mustangs in search of first victory
 •  Other sports
Emotional ride ahead for a Moloka'i Hoe team
 •  Senior PGA offers free clinic for junior golfers
 •  Kobe's return boosts Lakers' intensity level
 •  California teams in ILH cross country meet
 •  Recreation
Imonen mended, back in Ironman Triathlon
 •  Defending champions highlight Ironman field
 •  Hiking report
Halawa Ridge Trail offers stunning views
 •  Racing report
 •  Isle File
BYUH tennis fares well on Mainland
 •  Ferd Lewis
UH must be road Warriors
 •  Notices

Island Life
 •  Annual Parade of Homes begins showcase tomorrow
 •  The Left Lane
Not so 'Invincible'
 •  Top gymnast holds classes in Honolulu
 •  Show Biz
Love for Loyal evident in fund-raiser concert
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar

 •  The September 11 attack
Tourism request will face scrutiny
 •  Terrorist attacks push U.S. jobless claims to nine-year high
 •  The September 11 attack
Airlines discount fares to lure back passengers
 •  The September 11 attack
Airline caterer to impose leave
 •  Other business
Changes to start at Liberty House
 •  State hires managers for venture financing
 •  Hardware Hawaii switches to Ace
 •  Schuler sales up 24 percent
 •  Bridgestone/Firestone to recall 3.5 million more tires

 •  Editorial
In times like this, bold leadership counts
 •  Editorial
Charter school effort must not be derailed
 •  Editorial
'Single-tier' court is a sensible idea
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Here's how 'Felix' is supposed to work

 •  Reel Shots: 'Ohina showcase gives exposure to Hawai'i filmmakers
 •  Music Scene
Christopher Cross opens pops series
 •  A host of Hawai'i performers will pay tribute to '70s Waikiki
 •  Warrant has let its image change with the times
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Family Scene
Family fun day moves to Capitol
 •  Stage Scene
Shakespeare and Mamet take center stage
 •  Storytelling Scene
Three nights of talking story with all ages
 •  Dining Scene
Outstanding northern Chinese dining in Kalihi
 •  Lunch Break: Tsukenjo's lunch comfort-intensive
 •  Movie Scene
'Joyride' is implausible guilty pleasure
 •  Cusack, Beckinsale make magic in warm, funny 'Serendipity'
 •  Denzel Washington turns in seductive performance in 'Training Day'
 •  At the Movies: 'Max Keeble's Big Move'
 •  Screening Room
 •  Extra Scoop
'Mummy Returns' with so-so DVD extras
 •  Dance Scene
'FourPlay' medley of contemporary styles
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  What's Up!
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  The Buzz
 •  Nightclubs