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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 16, 2001

Local News
 •  Westhills homes to stay in same school district
 •  Appeals court will rehear drug ruling
 •  'Mystery' ship studies ocean
 •  Submarine's ex-skipper won't take trip to Japan
 •  City to discuss landfill expansion at meeting
 •  Ulehawa park in progress
 •  Hawai'i briefs
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Bob Krauss
Humor might help us cope
 •  Lee Cataluna
OHA decision reminds us to keep focus on injury, not insult
 •  Salutes • Grants
Kona, East-West Center projects get NEH grants

The September 11th attack
 •  'Destruction' awaits terrorists, Bush says
 •  Pakistan to demand Taliban hand over bin Laden
 •  Justice Department says second arrest warrant
 •  FBI analyzes data from doomed flights
 •  Hijacked planes passed each other
 •  Soft-spoken bin Laden poses major threat
 •  Report: Militant planned attack on U.S. Embassy in Paris
 •  North, South Korea condemn attacks
 •  Many Arabs disagree with U.S. policies
 •  Polls: Americans want military retaliation
 •  Official victims' fund begun
 •  Start of the sad wave of services begin
 •  Funeral speakers eulogize victims of terror attacks
 •  Hawai'i Army lab scientists to help ID Pentagon victims
 •  Trade Center rubble yields clue
 •  Families grieve at makeship Pentagon memorial
 •  Major carriers to trim 20% of flights
 •  Pakistan supports U.S., faces internal opposition
 •  Afghan opposition leader dies from bomb injuries
 •  Iran seals its border against Afghan exodus
 •  A pall is cast over paradise
 •  Family honors fallen matriarch
 •  Church delegation offers assurances in mosque visit
 •  From now on, flying will be bigger hassle
 •  Continental uncertain of layoffs in Hawai'i
 •  Airlines resume normal schedule around Islands
 •  Hawai'i's help 'amazing' to Red Cross
 •  Observances
 •  Schools
 •  Military
 •  Blood donors
 •  Donations
 •  New FAA regulations
 •  Travelers' resource guide to airlines
 •  Passengers face new procedures at airports

 •  Terrorist attacks recall tragedies of'46 and '63
 •  Kennedy shooting affected ILH title
 •  Tributes replace sports events
 •  Child's play a refreshing innocence
 •  Wahine soccer team finally comes home
 •  Security top priority for 2002 Winter Games
 •  'Tank' Younger, ex-Rams great, dies
 •  Players face difficult time refocusing
 •  Schools try to reschedule games for season due to end Dec. 1
 •  German fans, players show support for U.S.
 •  Henin meets Testud in Big Island finale
 •  September Grand Sumo Tournament
Musashimaru defeats Tokisuumi, climbs to 5-3
 •  Isle File
BYUH women, HPU men run away
 •  Spartans not team players

Island Life
 •  Tragedy leaves indelible mark on young
 •  Local tunes honor those who died
 •  Haunted house seeks some Halloween magic
 •  G-rated movies stay scarce
 •  May Moir was friend and mentor to gardeners
 •  Home and Garden calendar
 •  Art
Singapore artist's work shows a graphical lyricism
 •  Art calendar
 •  Hawai'i Days, Hawai'i Ways
Growing up in Lanakila remembered
 •  Lit Beat
 •  The September 11 attack
Weekend movies may suffer, Emmy Awards show rescheduled

 •  Hawai'i economy faces task to rise from ruins
 •  Attacks almost certain to slow tourism, travel
 •  Airlines reel from massive economic blow
 •  Some Hawai'i stocks may suffer when market reopens
 •  Companies speed aid to relief effort
 •  Corporate leaders bullish on economy
 •  Insurers expect huge losses from trade center claims
 •  World economies shudder from attacks
 •  Firms put economics on hold as they offer relief
 •  Latin export industries worry about ripple effect
 •  Wall Street braces for reopening
 •  SEC eases trading rules
 •  What to watch
 •  Fed may cut interest to boost confidence
 •  Mutual fund companies expecting stable trading
 •  A deadly toll on businesses
 •  Companies face challenge of change
 •  Tenants of the World Trade Center

 •  The September 11th attack Editorial
From the blackness of Sept. 11 can come light
 •  The September 11th attack Editorial
War on terrorism must be understood
 •  The September 11th attack Tom Plate
Threat of a common enemy may strengthen U.S. alliances in Asia
 •  The September 11th attack Focus
National sovereignty must no longer shield terrorism
 •  Bob Dye
How bigots 'cleansed' Legislature in 1942
 •  The September 11th attack After Deadline
Tragedy presented newsroom challenges
 •  The September 11th attack Jerry Burris
Some leaders rose to occasion
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Faith in a foster family
 •  Preparation is key for teen babysitters
 •  Monitor child's Internet use
 •  State offers dietary supplements
 •  Family Matters
Summer learning goals partially met
 •  Prescriptions
The attraction of yoga in a warm room
 •  Wedding Diary
Wedding invitations mailed, irritability rising
 •  Fun House
The nicest teachers don't last for long
 •  Dr. Gadget's Science Machine
The magic of gazing into a mirror
 •  Family Calendar
 •  Births
 •  Newlyweds
 •  Celebrations
 •  Achievers