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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 13, 2003

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  13 injured in eight-car H-1 crash
 •  Auto thefts lead 18 percent surge in O'ahu crimes
 •  Small schools football tournament approved
 •  Lilia Hale, Hawaiian language champion, dead at 90
 •  Hawai'i briefs
 •  Shrimp farm gets state loan
 •  Stock market pulls back after three-day rally

Local News
 •  Traffic deaths involving speed, alcohol a concern
 •  Welcoming festivities to greet new Ehime Maru
 •  Tattoo vanishing art for some
 •  Hawai'i soldiers glad to be home
 •  Aiona plans drug-control summit
 •  EDUCATION
Leeward college defends transfer
 •  Feds clear grants for Native Hawaiians
 •  POLICE/COURTS
Chef's killer must serve 50 years
 •  Drowning victim's parents sue state, HELCO, relative
 •  Hotel guest charged in crystal meth case
 •  Police Beat
 •  ENVIROMENT
Hawai'i team learns to hunt snake on Guam
 •  Fisheries director in Isles to hear issues
 •  OTHER NEWS
Firms, group to pay fines in illegal donation cases
 •  More 'ice breakers' planned
 •  Fort Shafter now home to Joe Takata Field
 •  E-mail testimony accepted but board still allows transfer
 •  Micronesian fair bigger this year
 •  Hawai'i briefs
 •  John Smythe Jr., corrections chief, dead at 89
 •  Obituaries
 •  A way to help Rayleen
 •  Salutes
 •  Corrections

Sports
 •  FOOTBALL
Ex-Warrior Rolovich learning under Fire
 •  ATHLETICS
Shot clock for girls hoops up for vote
 •  Lack of Hawai'i Bowl sponsor may be costly to UH
 •  GOLF
Watson, Quigley tied in Open
 •  Bad back ends Irwin's Open
 •  FOOTBALL
Ex-Crusader Tata a welcome addition to Islanders
 •  RECREATION
Rodeo teens spurred by determination, drive
 •  Notices
 •  All-female ocean event this week
 •  Catch of the day
 •  ISLE FILE
Honolulu Marathon loses Japan sponsor
 •  For the record

Island Life
 •  Waikiki steppin' out with Nashville
 •  Home-design expert in town to sign books
 •  Clinton book generates best-seller buzz
 •  Hawai'i embraces role as film-locale imposter
 •  Cartoon bots from '80s head into film
 •  HAWAI'I GARDENS
Kamani trees in Hau'ula, La'ie worth a closer look
 •  Home & Garden Calendar
 •  FITNESS PROFILE
Senior fitness coach seeks physical, mental, spiritual balance
 •  THE LEFT LANE
Take Dad fishing on Father's Day
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar

Business
 •  AIRLINES
Legal troubles deepen for Mainline Airways'
 •  SALES / RETAIL
Budget drops used-car sales
 •  TOURISM
Tourism board wants review kept secret
 •  BANKS
City Bank says vote rejected CPB bid
 •  OTHER NEWS
Investors still coping with financial pain
 •  REAL ESTATE
Touch of art revives Maluhia
 •  Architect blends accessibility, memories for mom
 •  Mortgage rates continue to reach new lows
 •  BUSINESS BRIEFS
CP Financial dividend 16

Opinion
 •  EDITORIAL
Army's Shinseki made nation, Hawai'i proud
 •  EDITORIAL
'Sunshine' training a good idea for all
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  ISLAND VOICES
China is thwarting Taiwan on SARS

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  MUSIC SCENE
Makaha Sons: Home at last
 •  Billboard hits
 •  COMEDY SCENE
Tony Rock follows brother Chris' comic trail
 •  THE NIGHT STUFF
Nashville Waikiki full of fun, helping hands
 •  FAMILY SCENE
Wednesdays are wild again at the zoo
 •  DINING SCENE
Local favorite goes beyond Italian standbys
 •  MOVIE SCENE
'Hollywood Homicide' falls flat
 •  So dumb it's fun
 •  Parents will go wild for Rugrats' latest venture
 •  Redgrave is sole virtue of 'Venus'
 •  Screening room
 •  DVD SCENE
3 epic Warner releases well worth viewers' time, money
 •  ISLAND EXCURSION
Sing the body electric at museum's robot show
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  The Buzz
 •  Ongoing Events
 •  What's Up!
 •  Neighbor Islands