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MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH CLINIC CHANGES

On Wednesday, Jan. 20, Maternal and Child Health will move its services to the Roy L. Schneider Hospital-Community Health Clinic.

TAB FOR MIDNIGHT RAID ALMOST $383,000

In what his successor called a "midnight raid on the treasury," former Gov. Roy L. Schneider and 36 members of his administration took almost $383,000 in lump sum payments with them when they left office at the end of December.
Gov. Charles W. Tumbull termed the episode "willful and malicious" in view of the V.I. government's precarious fiscal condition. But he stopped short of using the word illegal to describe the payments, which were for unused annual and other leave.

PET HEALTH FAIR

At 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Sun., Feb. 28, 1999, the American Red Cross of St. Thomas St. John, will hold a Pet Health Fair at The Crown Bay Port Authority Lot.

PARENTS URGED TO ASSIST STUDENTS TO PREPARE FOR MID-TERM EXAMS

Mid-term exams will begin Tues. Jan. 19 and will end on Fri. Jan. 22, 1999. Parents and guardians are urged to assist students for these exams.

SKILL CENTER REGISTRATION STARTS

Between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Mon. through Fri. or between 6 p.m and 9 p.m. Mon. through Thurs., persons interested in registering for Skill Center evening classes may do so at the Raphael O. Wheatley Skill Center.

CAHS CONDUCTS FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP

At 5:30 p.m. on Wed. Jan. 20, 1999, a financial aid workshop is scheduled for all seniors and their parents in the school's auditorium.

PROSSER'S FIRM HIRES REDFIELD AS LOBBYIST

Former Sen. Holland L. Redfield has been hired as director of governmental affairs for Jeffrey Prosser's Innovative Communications Corp., which owns the V.I. Telephone Corp., the Daily News and the islands' cable television stations.

SIBILLY PSTA WILL HOLD A 'CLEAN-UP DAY'

Joseph Sibilly Elementary School Parents-Teachers-Students Association will hold a clean-up day from 7 a.m. until noon on Sat., Jan. 23.

CYBER PAPER LAUNCHED

Friay, Jan. 15, marked the official launch of St. Thomas Source, the territory's first on-line newspaper.
St. Thomas Source will offer news, commentary, resource data and a host of other information to island residents, former residents, property owners and would-be visitors, as well as people around the world who have an interest in St. Thomas goings-on.

REGISTRATION FOR CONTINUING ED

Registration for adult continuing education classes began at 6:30 p.m. on Thurs., Jan 14 and will continue through Jan. 28 at Charlotte Amalie High School.

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