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YOUNG TALENT MUST BE PREPARED FOR LARGER WORLD

Local professional dancer says our young people must be prepared to compete in the world outside of the Virgin Islands.

PSC HEARING TO START WITHOUT KEY PLAYERS

A Committee of the Whole meeting set for Wednesday to investigate practices of the Public Services Commission will start without at least three key players -- PSC Chairman Walter Challenger and Commissioners Dora Hill and Desmond Maynard.

VIGILANT STILL AT LARGE

Four days after a jury convicted him of attempting to murder his girlfriend with a machete, authorities continue to search for Rueben Jeff Vigilant.

ST. THOMAS BAHA'I EVENTS FOR JUNE

The St. Thomas Baha'i community wants to let the the community know about showings of the video "The Power of Race Unity" which is being shown on Sundays in June at 9:30 a.m. on Court TV (Channel 54). This can also be seen in June on the INTL - Channel 52 on Tuesdays 4:30 a.m. and Thursdays at 4:30 p.m.

JEWELRY BILL TO GO TO PRESIDENT

A bill to extend the benefits of the watch industry to manufacturers of fine jewelry in the Virgin Islands was passed by the House of Representatives Monday and has been forwarded it to President Bill Clinton for his signature.

DAILY NEWS REPORTER CLAIMS WRONGFUL DISCHARGE

Daily News reporter Andy Gross has taken steps to file a wrongful discharge suit against the newspaper after he was fired Monday morning.

CRUCIAN READS FROM ATLANTA

Crucian in Atlanta reads the Source and so do his friends.

ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE

The 1999 Annual Entrepreneurial and Economic Development Conference will be held at the Carambola Hotel on St. Croix on Saturday, June 19, 1999. The conference will run from 9 a.m. through 4 p.m. and will be followed by a networking reception from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Carambola.

THE WAPA DEFENSE

When I heard that even ‘The Force' was done in by WAPA, I decided that a serious defense plan was needed. Life doesn't have to come to a stand still when the power goes out. With a little preparation this, too, can be taken in stride.

CHILDREN'S ASTHMA AWARENESS BOOKLET AVAILABLE

Asthma is one of the leading health problems among Virgin Islands children and a major cause of death. It behooves all Virgin Islanders to learn as much as possible concerning this sometimes fatal problem.

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