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Insurance Companies Line up to Offer Plans
Are the vultures or angels? Now that CIGNA is moving to get out of
insuring government workers health, here comes American Heritage Life
Insurance of Florida offering to produce the same plan CIGNA pulled out
of for a slightly better premium – better for us. Now we get to see how
many insurance companies want our money.
Current Conditions in Paradise:
Temperature: 76 Degrees at 9 AM
Skies: Sunny, Occasional Cloud
Chance of Showers: 30%:
Water Temp: Perfect at 82 degrees
Beach and Swimming Conditions: Sooo Perfect
Sailing and Diving Conditions: World Class!
Topa Tosses Barkers
The assault of the barkers on main street may come to an end now that
Topa Equities has sent a letter to its tenants telling them that the
barkers have to go. Today.
American to Stop some Service
Uh Oh, this isn’t good news. There was a story in the St. Croix Avis
that American Airline is planning to discontinue flying from San Juan to
St. Croix in April of 1998. Senator Carol Burke is on this and has
written to American to open them to reconsidering the decision. She
points out that with the emancipation coming up St. Croix will be
national news and lots of people will be coming for that event.
In other news, Burke has placed an item on the next Senate agenda to
open the Randall “Doc” James race track on a daily basis, and to require
a promoter to offer 16 races per year and simulcast para-mutual racing
from all over America. This is about new tax revenues.
Old Fashioned Breakfast at Fort Christian Parking Lot with the
Charlotte Amalie Lions Club until 10:30 this morning –
All clergy delegates and alternatives of the St. Thomas St.
Kitts/Nevis Deaners are advised of the final meeting of this year at
11:00 AM – on December 13th at the Old rectory of All Saints Cathedral
Early Childhood Association will have a meeting and social for all
members and friends at the Little People’s Learning Center on Havensight
at 3:00 PM –
The Rev. Roy Blyden was named the 1997 Churchman of the Year by the
Church Historical Society. There will be a luncheon in his honor at
Palm Count of the Harbor View Hotel on December 13th at Noon.
Color of Joy Gallery and the East End Flower Shop have creative
workshops for children ages 6 to 12. Come to The Color of Joy and the
East end Flower shop.
Skate Fest is today. The race begins now from the big tree in
Havensight and goes to Ruby’s-by-the-Sea. SkateFest continues there
Addelita Cancaryn Band Boosters have a Christmas concert at CAHS
Auditorium on Sunday 3:00 PM