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3 NAVY SHIPS VISITING

Three small Navy ships are visiting St. Thomas and St. John this weekend. The USS Kaufman and the USS Samuel B. Roberts, both frigates, are in St. Thomas. The USS Laboon, a guided missile destroyer, is at anchor off St. John.

CANEEL STOPS SUNDAY BRUNCH FOR THIS SEASON

St. Thomians who love that lavish Sunday brunch at Caneel Bay will have to wait until late November to enjoy it again.

CANEEL STOPS SUNDAY BRUNCH UNTIL NOVEMBER

St. Thomians who love that lavish Sunday brunch at Caneel Bay will have to wait until late November to enjoy it again.

LOCKKHART SCHOOL REPORT CARDS

Report cards will be distributed at Lockhart Elementary School on Monday, April 19, between 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. and between 12 noon and 2:25 p.m.

FEDS TO V.I.: NO BAILOUT

The federal government will help the Virgin Islands help itself, but it won't bail the territory out of its financial morass, federal officials made clear Friday.

PETER CLARK INDICTED ON WIRE FRAUD

A federal grand jury has indicted St. Thomas developer Peter W. Clark and his company, Clark Brothers Enterprises Inc., on charges of wire fraud.

AMNESTY SET ON BUSINESS LICENSES, TAXES

Businesses that are behind in renewing their licenses can do so without fear of penalties from April 19 to July 19. They can pay back taxes too, again without penalties.

TRADE MAGAZINE SLAMS V.I.

An article in the May issue of World Trade Magazine sings the praises of the foreign sales corporation program, but the verse on jurisdictions sounds a sour note for the Virgin Islands.

DLCA RELEASES LATEST GASOLINE SURVEY

In a release dated April 9 and sent April 16, the Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs cited the best gasoline prices on St. Thomas.

RULES COMMITTEE APPROVES FOUR NOMINEES

The Senate Rules Committee unanimously approved the nominations of four Cabinet nominees Thursday in a session that stretched into the evening. The four who scored with senators: Ruby Simmonds, Dean Plaskett, Henry Schuster and Pedro Encarnacion.

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