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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 11, 2005

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Hawai'i celebrates veterans
 •  Police Beat: Attempted murder investigation opened
 •  Business briefs: Aloha Airlines posts loss in September
 •  Stocks finish higher on falling oil

Local News
 •  $210,000 penalty sought in iwi case
 •  Airport shuts down Wiki Wiki shuttles
 •  Today, Hawai'i honors veterans
 •  Many wary of Medicare plan, survey says
 •  Youth home staff speaks out
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Tanonaka assessed $7,500 penalty
COURTS
 •  Suspect in stealth case denied bail
 •  Drug rehab ordered for accused officer
 •  Big Island computer hacker avoids jail
 •  Rutledges' plea deal hearing is next week
 •  Man pleads guilty to 1996 bank robbery after 9 years on run
POLICE
 •  Man, 41, charged in sex assault on boy
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Smuggler of captured marsupial sought
 •  Agency rebuts claims of sport-fishing clubs
HEALTH
 •  Times drops flu shots, but Wal-Mart steps in
OTHER NEWS
 •  Review of 72,000 veterans' disability claims canceled
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Police setting up DUI checkpoints
 •  Mail troops' gifts by tomorrow
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Look 'em, Danno good stuff

Sports
 •  Rainbow Warriors, Vulcans set to tip off
 •  Redshirt Warriors a talented bunch
 •  Punahou boys win 27th title
UH WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  Rainbow Wahine sign 3 for next season
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
 •  OIA football crowns on line today
HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
 •  Kamehameha-O'ahu sweeps to girls title
 •  Saint Francis topples Radford for crown
 •  Kapa'a boys top MPI, claim first D2 crown
RECREATION
 •  Roosevelt benefits from fitness factor in cheering
 •  Top surfers expected to help clean up shore
 •  Paradise Cup bodybuilding event at Sheraton Waikiki
ISLE FILE
 •  'Bows' Mason will miss SJSU match
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  For Tatum the point is to have fun

Island Life
 •  New hip in town
 •  If kids lose their tempers, stay calm
 •  UH film school looking for actors
 •  'Aloha Rosie's' plays like a musical revue
RELATIONSHIPS
 •  Car pooler questions pricey ride
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  Home & Garden Calendar
 •  Persimmons, or kaki, from Maui are no ka 'oi
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Jazz singer headlines Deep Blue at the Hyatt
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  What's Up!

Business
 •  Matson raising basic rate 3.9 percent
 •  Bottle-law adjustment sought
 •  Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour returning
 •  Free shipping is latest incentive
 •  Board moves to tighten pension-reporting rules
 •  Feud grows over Internet control
REAL ESTATE
 •  Bush tax reform plan in jeopardy
 •  30-year mortgages climb to 6.36%
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Hawaiian hauls more passengers

Opinion
 •  Abuse case signals a need for openness
 •  The flames in Paris are burning us all
COMMENTARY
 •  Democrats need strong leader, direction
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  'Ocean Drifters'
 •  Comedic cousins keep on 'making people happy'
 •  Isle's finest jazz artists, fans save Fridays for Cobalt
MOVIES
 •  Screening room
TELEVISION
 •  Diana Ross is wonderful in 'Lady Sings the Blues'
MUSIC
 •  'Odor' starts out strong, then fades
 •  My view: 'The Craft' by Blackalicious
 •  Billboard hits
DINING
 •  A little bit of Mexico City springs up in McCully
VIDEO GAMES
 •  Upcoming video game releases
 •  My view: 'Fight Night: Round 2'
THEATER
 •  For theater aficionados, plenty to choose from
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  What's Up!