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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 19, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Supreme Court nominee has Hawai'i ties
 •  Hearing today will address Akaka bill constitutionality
 •  UH's Frazier, Wallace receive raises
 •  Police Beat: Blaring music leads to stolen-car arrest
 •  Business briefs: Judge hears Turtle Bay labor case
 •  Stocks higher on strong earnings from IBM and Merrill

Local News
 •  Repaving put ahead of bike path plan
 •  Dobelle's vision remains big part of UH athletics
 •  Sibling rivalry revisited
 •  Friends, family remember Schutter's zeal, generosity
 •  Pearl Harbor shipyard's versatility touted
 •  Is 'big one' on the way?
 •  Lingle names advisory councils
 •  Body in burned car was shot in head
 •  Dad, stepmom held in 5-year-old's death
 •  UH-West O'ahu developer chosen
 •  American Samoa reservist killed in Iraq
 •  Job losses would go beyond shipyard
 •  Pearl's efficiency rating concerns BRAC panel
 •  To family, he's more than a soldier
 •  50 acres scorched near Makapu'u brushfire shuts down Highway
 •  Maui fire crews catch breath after a week full of brushfires
 •  Pedestrian hurt on Kahekili
 •  Man deemed fit for trial in arson, murder
 •  State, hui settle suit on Ke'eaumoku remains
 •  Akaka bill's foes want Hawai'i voters to decide
 •  Senate delays Akaka bill debate
 •  Obituaries

 •  Armstrong finally gains acceptance from French
 •  Frazier in line for $40,000 salary increase
 •  Kahanamoku Foundation awards $80,000
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  Castle principal new board president
 •  For state tourneys, magic number is 12
 •  Man! Wie is changing attitudes
 •  Kono leads Hawai'i golfers at tourney
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Makaha Sons finances CD projects for others
 •  The health, the life, the piko of hula
 •  Toilet training? Get it done and over with
 •  Guidebook for caregivers

 •  '99 Acura Integra races to top of stolen-car list
 •  Modest 'Potter' profit expected
 •  Royalty revenue at UH in FY 2005 topped $1 million
 •  Surging economy yielded just less than $4B in FY '05
 •  Whirlpool calls its bid for Maytag best for everyone
 •  Young Bros. raises shipping rates 5.5%
 •  Fanfare greets ship in Hilo
 •  Beginner's first podcast easy and cheap
 •  Bellwether reports revenue of $22.3B, well above forecast
 •  Toolkit lets you control computer
 •  Barnwell picked for Russell index

 •  Political recognition for Hawaiians is crucial
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  The economic voodoo that the Bushies do
 •  Dick Adair's cartoon

 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday