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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 16, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Man kills wife, then self in apparent murder-suicide
 •  Amfac Center sale scheduled for November
 •  Police Beat
 •  The September 11th attack
Hawai'i has drugs to treat anthrax
 •  Investors awaiting Intel, IBM reports
 •  United CEO says airline may 'perish'
 •  Body found in Ehime Maru

Local News
 •  Officials deluged with calls, but no anthrax found here
 •  Hawai'i prepared to treat outbreak, officials say
 •  Hana feels pain of dengue fever outbreak
 •  Navy divers prepare to board Ehime Maru
 •  Former prosecutor Kaneshiro enters mayoral race
 •  The September 11th attack
Army to resume training at Makua tomorrow
 •  Social service caseloads growing
 •  Education
Big Island charter school fighting for survival
 •  78 qualify as National Merit semifinalists
 •  Commuting
City's Handi-Van fleet receives upgrade
 •  Roadwork
 •  O'ahu alternatives to the usual drive
 •  Other news
Hawai'i Kai board to vote on improvement projects
 •  Chang Hsueh-liang, historical China figure, dead at 101
 •  Officials assembling urban rescue team
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lee Cataluna
Let laughter flow at 'Gridiron'

 •  UH sports
Wahine picked to finish second in WAC
 •  Tulsa's starting QB in question, UH's isn't
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  High schools
QBs who gave up dream jobs
 •  State bowling tournament will move to Leeward Bowl
 •  Weekly honors
 •  Advertiser's top 10 football poll
 •  Standings, statistics
 •  Other sports
Yankees, Mariners advance to ALCS
 •  Rams' Faulk might play Sunday
 •  Isle File
Wahine star WAC Player of Week
 •  Ferd Lewis
Time to reward baseball's finest

Island Life
 •  Island Style
UH fashion exhibits show styles from WWII era
 •  Other features
Personality types can be matched with fragrances
 •  'Smallville': A pre-Metropolis tale
 •  The Left Lane
Patriotism with aloha
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  September 11th shock to economy easing slightly
 •  BEI selling environmental services division
 •  Orders increase for home builders
 •  Ex-FDIC chief Tanoue joins Bankoh trustees
 •  Business briefs
 •  Internet shopping rises in time for holidays
 •  Some no-interest auto deals skip Hawai'i
 •  Bethlehem Steel files for bankruptcy
 •  Japan to spend $8.3 billion on jobs
 •  Concorde service to resume Nov. 7
 •  Tourism Talk
Japan's important, but Mainlanders aren't second-class citizens

 •  Editorial
Our nation must not succumb to fear
 •  Editorial
Charity extends from Afghanistan to home
 •  Editorial
Bob Krauss, capturing our history on the fly
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Save our economy by being radical

 •  Hacker havoc
 •  Bytemarks
Album site also offers photo prints
 •  Your modem's 'screeching' can be silenced
 •  Tech toys
 •  Quick Bytes
Price cut makes iMac look better