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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 16, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  KFVE announces UH sports pay-per-view package

Local News
 •  Fire shuts down Palama area
 •  It's hard to say no to good books
 •  Latest Peter Boy data released
 •  Legality of Akaka bill to be debated
 •  Mental health issues clarified
 •  Pentagon pushes to keep Pearl Harbor open
 •  5.2 quake jolts Big Isle; no damage reported
 •  Federal spending bill includes $125 million for Hawai'i
 •  Sketches of rape suspects released
 •  Stories from the shipyard
 •  Man sentenced in prostitute attacks
 •  Man guilty in tax case retrial
 •  Maui man indicted in sales of fake licenses
 •  Obituaries

 •  Wie's foes come away impressed
 •  Wie's quest halted, but she'll be back
 •  Trapasso turned down for Oklahoma coaching vacancy
 •  Chun's Publinx run ends
 •  OHCRA returns to Ke'ehi Lagoon
 •  Punahou alums in FIVB final eight
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  'Some Like it Hot' at Waikiki's 'Sunset'
 •  Bargains for readers at library book sale
 •  Come to the cabaret at Temari arts center
 •  Harry Potter's busy weekend of wizardry
 •  Shiver your timbers at Maritime Center
 •  Family fun day at Academy of Arts
 •  The gathering time
 •  Thousands swarm local stores, wild about Harry
 •  Health calendar
 •  Natural sources of calcium best bet
 •  Bishop's ceremony Thursday
 •  Church sings hallelujah to the masses
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Preparing for loved ones' return
 •  Faith Calendar

 •  Enron settles with three states
 •  Hewlett-Packard may lay off thousands
 •  Magazine bets on poker trend
 •  Phone marketer approves FTC fine
 •  Shanghai will welcome first Wal-Mart July 28
 •  Aloha ended May up $2.5 million
 •  Hawaiian fills 86.4% of seats

 •  It's time to ban sales of July 4th fireworks
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Common humanity is the best way to counter terrorism
 •  Dick Adair's cartoon

 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday