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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 15, 2001

Local News
 •  Teachers ask labor board to implement contract
 •  Man to be extradited for 1975 murder
 •  Hawai'i briefs
 •  The September 11th attack
Maui airport shut down four hours as precaution
 •  Bush encourages New York rescuers
 •  Reservists to help 'homeland defense'
 •  Arrest made in terrorist attack investigation
 •  Investigators hope 'black boxes' shed clues on hijackers
 •  Hard rain slows 'ground zero' search
 •  $40 billion OK'd for recovery, military
 •  Nations offer sympathy, friendship
 •  Wire service photo not altered
 •  Afghan mountains a likely target
 •  Military steps up patrol of air space
 •  Pentagon sends extra forces to Guam
 •  Prayer, patriotism fill State Capitol
 •  Hawai'i Muslims on guard
 •  3,000 UH students, faculty and staff stage unity march
 •  Local relief efforts strong
 •  Mainland mail to start showing up Monday
 •  Aloha Festivals parade, street parties canceled
 •  Answers to attacks sought in the stars
 •  How to help
 •  Cancellations
 •  Observances
 •  Obituaries

 •  San Jose State balks at moving game
 •  OIA won't have title game, will have co-champions instead
 •  Sports world helping out with money, blood drives
 •  Stadiums increase security for return
 •  NFL rescheduling still undecided
 •  Jordan's announcement will be low-keyed
 •  Top seeds advance to Big Island semifinals
 •  Kotomisuki sole leader at 6-1
 •  Isle File
UH volleyball match moved to Nov. 21
 •  Sports notices

Island Life
 •  Healing accompaniment
 •  Book Review
Hawaiian tale adapted for children
 •  Book becomes overnight hit
 •  Island Sounds
Beamer sampler is a stroll down memory lane
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Faith
Pastors preach against retribution
 •  Where We Worship
Church translates faith into life
 •  Weekly thoughts
 •  Faith calendar

 •  Visitor industry braces for post-attack downturn
 •  Top bond brokerage lost 670 employees
 •  Restrictions eased to help market restart
 •  Wall Street unlikely to lose appeal
 •  Online buying falls sharply
 •  Pacific Century dividends may be delayed
 •  Gannett Pacific buys Pennysaver
 •  Demand for Asia exports may slow

 •  Editorial
Safety in the skies is far from assured
 •  Letters to the Editor