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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 14, 2001

Local News
 •  The September 11th attack
Bioterror fear grips Islands
 •  Anthrax scare spreads throughout U.S.
 •  State may reactivate wail of attack siren
 •  Ehime Maru
Ex-Navy captain Waddle searching for atonement
 •  Ehime Maru nearing site for recovery
 •  Other news
Special-ed conflict alleged
 •  Volunteers help to tell public how to battle dengue
 •  Manoa Japanese school hails heritage
 •  Kawai Nui Marsh project moved
 •  'Aina Haina tackles speeding head-on
 •  Norman Godbold, former treasurer, dead at 94
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Pearl Harbor: Share your story
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Bob Krauss
Yacht club unstung by adversity
 •  Lee Cataluna
Kama'aina cash has value, too, but hotels don't seem to care
 •  Fellowships

 •  Inspired UH football team beats Texas El-Paso 66-7
 •  Rolovich rolls with starting call
 •  Wright, Grant turn in defensive touchdowns
 •  Fans yield to security searches
 •  Ferd Lewis
Warriors' defense making its points
 •  Wahine missing intensity at home
 •  Late rally helps HPU end losing streak at 2
 •  Savovic 'serious' about playing in midnight hour
 •  Roosevelt shuts down Kalaheo, 27-0
 •  Isle File
UH's Smith, HPU's Madsen run away

Island Life
 •  Memories of Kabul
 •  Chinatown lei decidedly patriotic
 •  Show must go on, Emmys organizers say
 •  Hawai'i Gardens
A'ala garden inspiration to community
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Art
Sensual drawings, numerical compulsions and canoes
 •  Art Calendar
 •  Hawai'i Ways, Hawai'i Days
Forbidden fruits, lifelong fantasy
 •  Dance review
Dance reinvents hip-hop and Verona-style romance

 •  The September 11th attack
Feeling of unsafety keeps Japanese tourists away
 •  Retailers' survival may rest on whether Japanese come back
 •  Japan's malaise intensifies as exports to U.S. fall
 •  Tourism crisis jolts unions
 •  Work-sharing faces opposition
 •  New York launches marketing blitz to revive tourism
 •  Major hoteliers postpone work on new projects
 •  UH business school launches MBA in Vietnam
 •  Personal finanace
Investors enjoy soaring home values
 •  Prepare now, in case you get pink slip

 •  Editorial
Legislature must now stand up, be counted
 •  Here's how to contact your state representative, senator
 •  Focus
The Massie case: Injustice and courage
 •  Commentaries
'Doing the right thing' is Dobelle's mission at UH
 •  America's allies deserve more noticeable gratitude
 •  Police commission should stay out of politics
 •  After Deadline
Keeping track of dengue fever
 •  Jerry Burris
Political speculation resurfaces
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Advice to parents: Children will emulate what they see
 •  Honorable Mention
Wahiawa teacher wins Visionary Award
 •  Dining etiquette gets a place on syllabus
 •  Prescriptions
Exercise reduces anxiety, releases 'happy hormones'
 •  Hawai'i Nature Squad
New challenges await Andy and Penny
 •  YWCA focuses on peace
 •  A look at 1700s New England
 •  Family Matters
Shoes optional for taro farmers in training
 •  Fun House
Searching for life in a father's eye
 •  Family Calendar
 •  Get your Halloween event listed
 •  For Better, For Worse
Islamic lecture proves prophetic for Egyptian woman, American man
 •  Deb Aoki's Bento Box
 •  Newlyweds
 •  Births
 •  Celebrations