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LABOR RESUMES DISCHARGE HEARINGS

The Labor Department will resume scheduling Wrongful Discharge cases effective immediately. Eleuteria Roberts, acting commissioner of Labor, said Monday. There was a hiatus on hearing cases after an opinion, written by District Court Judge Thomas K. Moore in February, dismissed the Wrongful Discharge Act, saying it was superceded by federal law and therefore invalid.

ST. THOMAS BRIDGE CLUB

Winners for the week of March 8-15, 1999

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

In his keynote speech at the recent Economic Summit, economist Richard W. Moore offered a perspective on where this territory has been, where it is now and what it needs to do -- and consider -- to move its economy future in the future.

ST. JOHNIAN WINS MISS U.S.V.I. CROWN

Sherece Smith was chosen Sunday night to represent the Virgin Islands at the Miss Universe pageant in May. Smith, 25, a former Miss St. John, won the Miss U.S.V.I. crown over three other contestants.

ARCHIBALD HEADS EDUCATION'S P.R. OFFICE

Acting Education Commissioner Ruby Simmonds has named June Archibald as the department's public relations director. Archibald has been with the department for several years.

BOMB THREAT HALTS REICHHOLD SHOW

A bomb threat halted Saturday night's "Women in Reggae" show only 20 minutes into the Reichhold Center performance. The police took 45 minutes to respond. The show was rescheduled for Sunday night.

ST. THOMAS SAYS 'VELKOMMEN' TO DANES

Saturday afternoon 54 Danes associated with the Dansk Vestindisk Selskab deplaned at Cyril E. King Airport for the continuation of a longstanding relationship with the Virgin Islands Friends of Denmark Society. Some 27 V.I. hosts were on hand to greet their guests and take them home for a week’s action-packed program.

FIND OUT WHAT FENCING IS ALL ABOUT

The Blades Fencing Club is hosting a "show-and-tell" open house from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on
Saturday, March 27, to give youngsters and adults the opportunity to find out what the sport of swordplay is all about.

BLADES FENCING CLUB TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE

The Blades Fencing Club is hosting a "show-and-tell" open house from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on
Saturday, March 27, to give youngsters and adults the opportunity to find out what the sport of swordplay is all about.

WEATHER PERFECT FOR HEINEKEN CUP REGATTA

Boats from four different islands are leading the six spinnaker racing classes after two days of racing at the Heineken International Cup in Puerto Rico.

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