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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 18, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Water main break on Nimitz Highway
 •  Fire damages Hawaiian Mission School in Makiki
 •  Apparent drowning on Big Island
 •  Isolated showers forecast for parts of O'ahu
 •  South swell to decrease

Local News
 •  15 judges to decide school's appeal
 •  Increase of drownings spurs push to educate
 •  When a grandfather is 'Papa'
 •  6 bad accidents on O'ahu
 •  U.S. submarine fleet welcomes Hawaii
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  Deadlines approach for seeking storm aid
FIRE
 •  Two fires leave 18 people displaced
TRANSPORTATION
 •  State briefings on ferry begin this week
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  End Home Lands agency, Hawaiian group asks court
BIG ISLAND
 •  Big Island photo project maps coastline on Web
KAUA'I
 •  Kaua'i commission selects new acting police chief
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Moanalua water cut to 32 houses
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Hawaiians also need protection

Sports
 •  He's poetry in motion
 •  Sponsor revenue on rise for UH
 •  Ching proud of U.S. effort
 •  Battle-weary U.S. ties Italy, 1-1
UH BASEBALL
 •  Openings for UH summer camp
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  HMSA honors inaugural class of 21 student-athletes
GOLF
 •  McLachlin in the hunt
BASEBALL
 •  Island Movers open 22nd season Tuesday
ISLE FILE
 •  Lambert, Metzger win on beach
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  UH football renewals a concern

Island Life
 •  Now I'm 64
 •  Find out what's in her bag of groceries
 •  Pamper Dad on his day, but his way: simple
 •  Help us pick a few songs to go down in history
MUSIC
 •  Get a glimpse of the future and a blast from the past
HEALTH/FITNESS
 •  Organ transplants often make close relationships even closer
 •  Medicare expands lifestyle programs
TELEVISION
 •  Chatting about the state of the Fourth Estate
 •  Korean fathers make sacrifices to educate their kids overseas
OTHER TRAVEL
 •  Card-sharp travelers get rewards
 •  Conquer jet lag with time, light and melatonin
BOOKS
 •  Hawai'i's best-sellers
 •  Lit Beat
 •  This is historical fiction of the best kind
 •  Author brings Maui chiefess to life
ART
 •  Art calendar
 •  Local Filipino artists shine in separate show
 •  East and West meet at the Shanghai School
OTHER FEATURES
 •  Famous faces share 100 years of Honolulu history
 •  Conquer jet lag with time, light and melatonin
 •  Who gains when right to adopt is denied?
'OHANA
 •  Animal companions
 •  When dads get involved, you see happy keiki
 •  Splat! Sploot! Splooooze! It's the joy of toys
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Births
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Get a glimpse of the future and a blast from the past

Business
 •  Slaves to the pump
 •  Ex-AOL chief has a new enterprise
 •  Can the Clipper Fund stay sharp?
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  Student loan holders get more options
CONSUMER
 •  Fickle preteen market keeps Toy Quest ahead of the game
 •  Plastic-container importer works toward 'green' future
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Hawai'i status report

Opinion
 •  Monument selection means state must lead
 •  A welcome boost to film production
COMMENTARY
 •  Bush plan calls halt to all fishing
 •  Sanctuary a victory long in making
 •  Gas prices can't keep pace with milk, bread, water
 •  President must lead us out of black hole of Iraq
 •  Opposing war in Iraq my duty as American
 •  Being a good father is not an easy job
 •  American isolationism on many minds
JERRY BURRIS
 •  From Belarus with aloha
 •  Letters to the Editor

Travel
 •  Old Cape Cod exists if you find seashore
 •  Hey ladies, fishing can be fashionable
OTHER TRAVEL
 •  Card-sharp travelers get rewards
 •  Conquer jet lag with time, light and melatonin
 •  Travel Almanac
ANTHONY CURTIS
 •  'Phantom' opens, but show scene remains in flux