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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 22, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Wie shoots 68, vaults to 9th place
 •  Police Beat: Woman killed crossing street identified
 •  Business briefs: Matson raises rates for Guam service
 •  Stocks edge higher despite Microsoft earnings, oil prices

Local News
 •  Viloria's time will come soon
 •  Akaka, Inouye are not backing off
 •  Army actions before child's death probed
 •  Community calendar
 •  Forget leaves, Hawai'i caterpillar eats escargot
 •  Grants
 •  Information for Volunteers
 •  Islanders see rite as once-in-a-lifetime opportunity
 •  Local son officially becomes bishop
 •  Moanalua boulders to be removed
 •  State vows full effort on mental-health plan
 •  Liquor official steps down
 •  Lease-to-fee repeal upheld
 •  'Ewa man accused of starting July 6 fire
 •  Regents give top grades to McClain
 •  Hawai'i pays tribute to fallen son
 •  Apartment fire leaves 2 injured in Kapahulu
 •  Body in burned car identified
 •  Tanonaka admits breaking the law
 •  Obituaries
 •  Gregory M. Blotsky, 57, longtime Cisco's owner

 •  Dad as caddie works in Wie's round of 70
 •  For the Record
 •  Vitale, foe see bout as stepping stone
 •  Youth boxing TKO'd by PAL
 •  Lanikai out to win finale
 •  Team Hawai'i up to Challenge
 •  Hawai'i Under-12 team will play in Japan soccer tournament
 •  Pro surfer suspended for taking steroids
 •  Wai'anae girl, 12, earns berth in national meet
 •  Kimberly Kim ousted in junior girls golf
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Early Christmas for homeless
 •  East meets west
 •  Game with sex scene gets adult rating
 •  Splash of Latina again livening up mainstream style
 •  Dendrobium orchids make good gifts, table decorations
 •  Home and Garden Calendar
 •  Marian McEvoy shakes up decor assumptions
 •  Oscars' pick of the short films
 •  She's gotta get sad self in support

 •  Aloha Airlines chief to earn $497,400
 •  Broker fee disclosures expanded
 •  Chinese goods a bit more costly
 •  Hawai'i jobless rate remains low
 •  Market Place makeover halted
 •  Microsoft profits rise 37%
 •  Mortgage rates continue to rise
 •  U.S. housing boom pales next to Europe
 •  Workers' comp costs still high
 •  United's machinists ratify labor agreements

 •  Burials accord should affirm wisdom of law
 •  Health services require action, not more delay
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Charter schools: 10 rules of education reform
 •  Dick Adair's cartoon

 •  Screening room
 •  Formaggio a find of fine wine and food
 •  Billboard hits
 •  My view: "Monkey Business" by Black Eyed Peas
 •  Ying Yang's crunk on a bipolar junket
 •  Beachside view is trump card at Surf Room
 •  Sci-fi box sets high on fans' DVD lists
 •  Tube Notes
 •  My view: "Destroy All Humans!"
 •  'A Chorus Line' is what Leong is doing for love
 •  'Comic' fails to deliver potential
 •  Shiver me timbres