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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 12, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Justice Department says youth prisoners' rights violated
 •  Police Beat: Officer punched while breaking up fight
 •  Business briefs: Aloha Airlines posts profit in June
 •  Stocks fall on negative trade, oil news

Local News
 •  For what will we be paying?
 •  World of difference with Clay
 •  Children's lives come into focus
 •  Getting the project started
 •  Grants
 •  Philippine fishermen deported
 •  UH picks mold cleanup over renovation
 •  Mayor speeding up transit planning
 •  Seven teenage boys charged in 40 graffiti offenses
 •  Suspect videotapes burglary
 •  Information on bank heists sought
 •  Army restricts use of shakas in Iraq
 •  Army tests high-speed transport catamaran
 •  Motorcyclist badly injured
 •  Ruling favors Kamehameha
 •  Unabomb defender signs onto Talia case
 •  Native Hawaiian census numbers down
 •  Obituaries
 •  Mary Naone Adams strung meaning into lei

 •  Chun routs field, wins by 14 strokes
 •  Earlier start for UH basketball preview
 •  Warrior practice was hit or miss
 •  Amateur, scholastic season is under way
 •  Catch of the day
 •  Dick Evans cycling race, cardio lessons, Dolphin Dash on tap
 •  Isle gymnast finishes seventh in U.S. Classic
 •  Stretching the body, spirit through yoga
 •  West O'ahu majors roll into regional semifinal
 •  Sports calendar
 •  Sports notices

Island Life
 •  Jewelry designers attract Hollywood's A-list
 •  New plots hatching on 'Lost'
 •  Sci-fi TV a reaction to jittery audiences
 •  Home and Garden Calendar
 •  It's the kind of summer flowering trees love
 •  J Phlip joins Sweet! at Kai
 •  Boredom may breed creativity
 •  It's best to focus on basics first

 •  Testimony pays off in WorldCom case
 •  Timber deal near cancellation
 •  Tourism industry's hopes rise with yuan
 •  Job gains fuel rise in mortgage rates
 •  Stocks stage late rally as price of oil surges
 •  Bored on phone? You may be a jerk
 •  Yahoo expands China connection
 •  A and B sells off stake in refinery

 •  Planning for influenza pandemic begins now
 •  Track and field star earns a lei of honor
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Lung cancer should be on women's radar
 •  We must not allow Social Security to fade
 •  Dick Adair's cartoon

 •  Screening room
 •  Cozy karaoke 'with room service' at GS Studio
 •  My view: 'Be' by Common
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Cypress Hill's B Real goes solo — for now
 •  Want Hawaiian food? Some popular spots to try
 •  'Hustle' energetic, but extras could use some kick
 •  Tube Notes
 •  My view: 'America's Army'
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Things to do for $5 or less
 •  What's Up!
'Deuce Bigalow' sequel leaves bad taste
 •  'Four Brothers' offers no-nonsense action
 •  War mission shows troops' courage in 'Great Raid'
 •  'Skeleton Key' unlocks that ol' black magic