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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 14, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Wie just three wins from The Masters
 •  Chun advances to quarterfinals at Women's Publinx
 •  Police Beat: Body found in burning car
 •  Business briefs: Gas prices hit new record
 •  S&P hits 4-year high as earnings, inflation data spur buying

Local News
 •  New WAC digs up new challengers
 •  'I just grabbed a board and went'
 •  35-story luxury condo tower has early support
 •  Child Services' grades improve
 •  Shipyard is $1.3B of Hawai'i's economy
 •  Water main break threatens 13,600
 •  Firearms sought for liquor inspectors
 •  Tourist robbed twice in 5 minutes
 •  At Wahiawa Elementary, parents and kids learn to work together
 •  Kaua'i private school has come a long way
 •  New world awaits in middle school
 •  Isle troops track down suspects, arms cache
 •  Weed crew pulled to ease Pali traffic
 •  Most fuel off grounded ship
 •  Parts of lava delta still falling into sea
 •  Waialua brushfire classified as arson
 •  Parking banned on Kalaheo
 •  Justice Dept. wants Akaka bill altered
 •  Measure faces amendments in Senate
 •  Obituaries
 •  Students can get discount bus pass

 •  Chun, Shimozaki advance in Publinx
 •  Kids may soon be saying, 'I am Michelle Wie'
 •  Wie birdies No. 18 to win first match
 •  Dream job for new grad assistant
 •  Trapasso leading candidate at Oklahoma
 •  Outrigger 17s win USA Junior Olympics
 •  Kono leads juniors
 •  First Hawaiian ends Pro-Junior sponsorship
 •  Holes in One
 •  Perry's return to local golf scene is a success
 •  St. Andrews ready to spring its traps
 •  Pau Hana Jam will open new UH courts
 •  Disabled crew leads Transpac
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Stice to wed following CPAC's 'Chorus Line' run
 •  Hunt for treasures, take advantage of 25% discount at book sale
 •  Hiroshima plugging into energy-saver ads

 •  For Hoku Scientific IPO, see underwriting firms
 •  Fraud trials serve notice white-collar crime doesn't pay
 •  Good earnings reports lead to modest gains
 •  Kaiser will close clinic in Kailua
 •  Minimum-wage hike goes into effect Jan. 1
 •  Shareholders OK Federated deal
 •  Checks do bounce, so learn how to limit the inevitable fallout
 •  New parents should avoid baby stuff lure
 •  Honolulu gas hits new high

 •  Dick Adair's cartoon
 •  Feds draw the lines in Akaka bill debate
 •  New Korea talks painful but crucial
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Dick Adair's cartoon

 •  Movie openings
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday