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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 10, 2002

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Goods backed up after lockout
 •  Holdup today ninth in six weeks
 •  Toys for Tots fund-raiser will go on
 •  Police Beat
 •  Retailers reeling as sales defy expectations
 •  Analysts: Dow rally may be short-lived

Local News
 •  Reopening of Haiku Stairs delayed by lawsuit worries
 •  Rep. Mink's name to stay on general election ballot
 •  Deal reached on military budget
 •  Pentagon details biowar testing here
 •  The Advertiser's initial 1984 report:
Secret germ tests were held on Isles
 •  Airport plan alarms West Maui
 •  Rodrigues' daughter prospered
 •  Condo bill placed on hold
 •  Federal education law renamed after Mink
 •  ELECTION 2002
Teachers union urging 'No' vote on amendment
 •  ELECTION 2002
City prosecutor defends advocacy
 •  ELECTION 2002
North Shore identity an issue
 •  HMA for Lingle; women's caucus backs Hirono
 •  Hokuli'a developer ordered to fix trail
 •  Toys for Tots events canceled by city fees
 •  Justices won't re-address Felix issue
 •  'Ewa man pleads no contest in hit-run
 •  Bank robberies soar on O'ahu
 •  Police Beat
 •  Maui dental training available
 •  OUR SCHOOLS KAILUA INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
Top academic program doesn't rule out fun
 •  Hawai'i model for new Asian colleges
 •  Education briefs
 •  BUREAUCRACY BUSTER
City says Kalakaua signals in synch
 •  Teen gets life for killing man
 •  Grants
 •  Hawai'i briefs
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  UH BASKETBALL
Carter hopes to take game to next level
 •  UH FOOTBALL
Nevada's Burleson even makes catches in his sleep
 •  CANOEING
Team NZ/Hawai'i favored at Hinano Moloka'i Hoe
 •  Agbayani to sharpen his game in Mexico
 •  Agbayani youth clinic Nov. 16 at Mililani High
 •  HAWAI'I DIVISION II
HPU going in blind against BYU-Hawai'i
 •  NOTEBOOK
Bass says odds of playing Saturday 'not too good'
 •  ISLE FILE
Kane'ohe sailors third in nationals
 •  GOLF REPORT
Turtle Bay envisions stronger Seniors field
 •  Hawai'i Course of the Week
 •  Holes in One
 •  Golf notices
 •  FERD LEWIS
Lithuanian basketball legacy lives on at UH

Island Life
 •  Computer animation bug bites far from Tinseltown
 •  MIXED MEDIA
White House fumbles its own Iraq messages
 •  FASHION TRENDS
Crinkle cotton shirt, low-rise jeans catch eye
 •  THE LEFT LANE
A chance to hear, tell spooky stories
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Movie Openings
 •  SHOW BIZ
After wahine rock, Conjugacion plans sequel
 •  Tryouts

Business
 •  New homes keep selling
 •  Docks slowly come back to life
 •  August may be 2002 peak for hotels
 •  Check verifier adding 300 jobs
 •  JOB CUTS
Spirent lays off 40 in Honolulu office, formerly Adtech
 •  Slow growth in exports trips up Japan recovery
 •  4th quarter delivers the worst stuff — job cuts
 •  Drop in U.S. tech jobs may be slowing
 •  U.N. says world's economy slowed by Iraq, stock slump

Opinion
 •  EDITORIAL
Mink's replacement now up to voters
 •  EDITORIAL
Closing airports must be done prudently
 •  EDITORIAL
UH astronomy can blow away asteroids
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  ISLAND VOICES
Look to China for Hawai'i's tourism