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RAPIST GETS 10 YEARS FOR RAPE

Elwin Joyce, who was convicted in January of first-degree rape and unlawful sexual contact, will serve 10 years in prison under the mandatory sentence for rape.

FOUR TEAMS LEFT ON FINAL DAY OF QUIZ BOWL

The undefeated All Saints Vanguards lead the Antilles School Brainstorms, Country Day Tigers and St. Joseph Saints into the last day of competition in the 1999 Academic Quiz Bowl.

GOVERNMENT WORKERS TO ENJOY 6 DAYS OFF

V.I. government workers will enjoy six consecutive days off starting Wednesday, thanks to back-to-back Transfer Day and Easter holidays. But no one seems to have a handle on how much those holidays cost V.I. taxpayers.

U.S. DEVELOPING A BAD HABIT

George Mason University professor Richard E. Rubenstein likens the situation in Kosovo to our own struggles in America by putting the issue in familiar historical terms. Rubenstein says "the Albanian majority of the province want to win their independence as George Washington and the American colonists
did, while the Serbian majority of the nation want to preserve their union
as Abraham Lincoln and the northern majority did. Neither party has right
and justice exclusively on its side."

MAN DROWNS NEAR LITTLE MAGENS BAY

Boaters discovered the body of a man drifting in the waters near Little Magens Bay at about 5:30 p.m. Saturday, the victim of an apparent drowning. Police on Monday identified the man as Joseph E. Brin of 2 Caret Bay.

PADDY O'LEARY, EX-PILOT HERE, DIES IN CRASH

The world of flying boats became just a little bit smaller but a lot less colorful Thursday with the death of ex-V.I. Seaplane Shuttle pilot Paddy O'Leary, 40, in a plane crash in south Florida. A memorial service will be held Wednesday in Fort Lauderdale.

THE ART OF TRAVEL AT PARADISE TRAVEL

Paradise Travel will be hosting an art exhibit and reception, "The Art of Travel" from 4:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 1 at their office in Upper Havensight Mall.

THERE'S SOMETHING NEW AT CAFE LULU

It's new for Cafe Lulu, but not for chef and owner Patricia La Corte. On Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, La Corte will be offering her famous antipasto bar. It was one of the featured treats at her restaurant in Frenchtown, "Provence" several years ago.

COMFORT ZONE SELLS LOCAL ART

The Comfort Zone, the new bath, bed and home store at Port of Sale in Havensight, is now featuring batiks by local artist Doreen E. Walsh.

KNIGHT STATIONS NAME NEW G. M.

Mark Bastin, former general manager of WIVI 96 ROCK and most recently marketing director of West Indies Corp., has been named the new general manager and general sales manager of Knight Quality Stations.

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