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Daily News of Virgin Islands, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1960, Saint Thomas, Virgin Islands More and Bener Business for the Virgin Islands Daily T5TE News Of THI VUUHN ttlAMDS The -Weather Temp. Max. sb Temp. Min. 80 Car Pressure Rainfall .1 FINAl 31st YEAR CHARLOTTE AMALIE. VIRGIN ISLANDS, U.S.A. SATURDAY, OiTOItKU 8. No. 102 U) Jet Crashes In Guadeloupe; No Fatalities An Air France jet crashed at Le Rauet Airport in Pointe-a- Pitre Guadeloupe early yesterday morning, according to informa- tion received by British West Indian Airways here. Indications were that there were no deaths in the crash al- though were be- lieved injured. The crash of Boeing 707 jet forced authorities to close the airport. The big airliner was Air France's flight 109 from Paris, due in G ladeloupe about a.m. __ Initial "reports'" indicated' "that plane's landing gear apparently collapsed, as the aircraft made a belly landing. Assets Increase NEW YORK Net operating earnings (after taxes) of The Chase Manhattan Bank for the Kine months ended on September 30. 1960. wore or JOIN ON esident Eisenhower and British mier Harold Macmillan are shown after in New York at which they joined in calling for "full support" of United Nations Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold. They also urged the U.N. General Assembly to "get down to serious, sober and begin tackling the world's major problems. World News in Brief VICorp Opposes Plan To Put Power Lines, Cable UnderGround The Virgin Uplands Corporation "jrone on record" as oj popinsr to put electric power lines underground, as I'llvocated tho Planning Hoard. Ed Piudorff, manager of the VICorp Prwer Plant, said yesterday that technical objections promptsd the Federal agency to oppose the plan in a letter to Cov. John D. Menvin. The PI inivii'i had p-o- Hised a v Ivc'i would (.vc-ntii.'illv have installed all ulec- M.ic, telexihone and other including IRIOII cables ande. fli' iimd As such, the IManninsj Board envisioned the removal of the steel utility poles on Main Street. But Rudoifl said yesteiday that Cuba Said Invaded By United States Force HAVANA Tho Ci.ban "Aim s- The u-sult of Wednesday's leferend m mean> that South KM ;o be a const i- l monarch p bad found all under- jotind cr.ble, mainly because of i us) and hi ah ground cm tents, at- ick metallic olvitts (hrouuh tbem rjnc'o'ft ex-ilained AS n I tid YIC'oi p ecent h__bit-' 1N- undiM Easterly Wave Passes Island That an easterly wave St Thomas vest ef day afternoon thai pioduced high tain and roUgh seas Smnl Craft were hoisted throughout St. Thomas yi-sleirfciy- .-it nnnn Tho Har- boi mastc-i's Office ''aid the east- el lv wave- was piodulod to bimu mph winds. and tough seas, with eial't 10-foot The 'issued for II -pamola. Pucitu Riio, the Vf'jin Inlands and the- are. This "is an increase of 20 percent uv-er the or S3.42 per immd i at Pearson Gar- r- (htnrr -wrt-h- Li i ai d I.slanrts share, earned during the first nine months of 1959. Both per-share figures are based on the shares of stock now outstanding.__________j_; Total assets on September 30, I960, were the highest ever reported by the bank. Assets twelve months earlier were De- posits of on Septem- ber 30, 1960, were up from S6.9G7.- j at the end of September' ]ast year. Gross loans outstanding (in-1 (Continued on Page 6) try of the Armed na and bloc joined t .e L'm'ed Nation-; tor j f.l i'- pi a NEW YORK The news that Hulan E Jcuk los.gn as Manhaian Boro'igh Pu-siden- stared comment ve-.ter.Jav from Dislikt A'toitu'v Carbon t Baker. who KS Jack's --.n i from Jack wh" He also said VK'oi p hris-had i "pi ice oiind pov, ei line- at the Sub P.vls L-ad-on- cables pined inside ound uruiuit-- bv the Navv about 18 veais auo at the enied no would Go'- Jo'-n D M iv.-in's A'.h i- 01 v on Tom 4 nd liad it-Oil metl'iv; Thm CX i Co'.i.iiii.iiil House J.-.U.I-I Dan Danvers And New Wife Greeted 1 h e in vY'.v-ma; i led couple Mr and Mi- Dan Danvor-'. iet jrnc'l tn St Thomas imoinmt; San Antonio 'Texas and me' at Harrv S Ti uman Ail 11 a uuuip ol RudoifT v.id that uluk he ;an at the Isle Hotel The f 'in fi) i H-1MV4 will bi-um at 1U am IN SERVICE Father Harper Consecrated Ti fi'-t Ronr.n C Uhal ll IM of '111 Vi Ui'l T-! iHtls U i i i u i'h'i' s (i emn I I l' I 1 it Pi I '1C 1, ll vieve, well-known for her ap- Jsnnth -t and a r.iMii HaiiM is i-, the t 'i in i
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