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MICHIGAN RESIDENT STILL HOPES TO MOVE TO ST. CROIX

I realize this is a St.Thomas newspaper and I read with concern the piece turned in from the couple from Hawaii.

JUDGE HALTS WRONGFUL DISCHARGE HEARINGS

District Court Judge Thomas K. Moore issued a preliminary injunction Wednesday prohibiting the Department of Labor from conducting hearings under the Wrongful Discharge Act.

FIRE SERVICE OFFICE PHONE LINES DOWN

Only one line is currently working at Fire Department's administrative offices for all incoming and outgoing calls. The Arson Investigation and the Prevention Unit are also using the same line.

LWV ASKS GOVERNOR TO VETO 'PROSSER BILL'

The League of Women voters Thursday asked Gov. Charles W. Turnbull to veto the so-called "Prosser bill," saying "this bill seems designed to circumvent the established processes and agencies for the granting" of tax benefits.

ONE STEP FORWARD ON THE SEWAGE SCENE?

Helen Gjessing says the effectiveness of the new Turpentine Run Regional Wastewater Treatment facility will depend on proper management and maintenance.

BERRY HAS CONCERNS ABOUT BUDGET

Sen. Lorraine L. Berry said Wednesday that a cursory reading of the budget has left her with several concerns. She has called a meeting of the Finance Committee for 10 a.m. June 15 to hear from key financial people.

OFFICIAL UNCAPPING OF FOXY'S LAGER

If you don't know who Foxy is, either you just arrived in the Virgin Islands, or you ought to be ashamed. If you don't know what Foxy's Lager Beer is, you can be forgiven — for now, anyhow.

CORRUPTION CONCERNS POTENTIAL RESIDENTS

A Source reader from Hawaii was considering a move to St. Thomas. She and her husband came here. This is what they found.

PRISONER REHAB FUNDS AVAILABLE

The territory will receive $240,734 for fiscal year 1999 to provide substance abuse treatment to prisoners.

GIVENCHY LAUNCH TO BENEFIT ABUSE ORGANIZATIONS

When most people think of the name Givenchy, they think of French high fashion and fragrances.
So does Dellia Holodenschi, the Caribbean area manager for Parfums Givenchy, but her thoughts don't stop there. She envisions a gala event to unveil a new fragrance that features not only modeling of the latest Parisian designs but also educational outreach on social problems and fund-raising to benefit agencies that try to provide solutions to those problems.

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