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Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 11, 19687 Twister Tosses Private Aircraft Around At Lantana Airport I - " , v. 5! . CM : tff 1 I I .11 a. .... 4 4 tart.-- .,. -r- ' imji' Phoioib JoImCi'.mj: ' ed by Indications that Nixon will arrange a meeting early in December with the congressional leaders of both parties. "It will be helpful to future cooperation on important legislation." he said. "I hope the close relationship established bv President Johnson with the leaders of both parties can be maintained in the new administration. "We Democrats want to be ,n on the takeoffs of the policies and programs that Congress will have to consider. : v"?m planes that were damaged was hurled several thousand feet into Lake Osborne. Repairs on the DC-3 pictured were being rushed Sunday so the aircraft can get back into service, flying to the Turks and Caicos Islands, 600 miles southeast of the Palm Beaches. TAIL DAMAGED Two men prepare to remove tail assembly of damaged DC-3 at Lantana Airport Sunday. This plane, owned by Florida Air-motive, Inc., and operated by Caicos Air Lines (CAL) was blown tail-first into a snack bar by the tornado Saturday night. Another of the 24 UPSIDE DOWN Cessna 140, foreground, was one of 11 small private planes destroyed by a tornado Saturday night at Lantana Airport, ten other planes were damaged. This particular plane, owned by M. A. Kennedy, was carried approximately 500 feet in the air, over at least eight other planes without touching them: then bit a telephone pole, not pictured, and plummeted to the pavement, according to Owen Gussa-way, airport manager. Another upsidedown plane, in background, belongs to Everett Palma-tier of Delrav Beach. Mansfield: Senate Heard 'Loudly - A J ' tional Interest. We want him to be an outstanding president, because that is what the nation needs," he said. But the Democratic leader signalled opposition to Nixon's plans, announced during the campaign, to step up military ?xpenditures. The Republican nominee said he intends to close the "security gap" he said the Russians threaten to create. "It Is going to be very difficult to spend a lot of money building up a nuclear Navy welfare programs operating under the Johnson administration. "I expect him to try to streamline some of these programs, to give them better administration and greater efficiency." he said. "He will certainly have the Senate's support in that direction. "But if he should try to kill off, for example, the Head Start program for pre-school children, I think he would encounter stiff opposition." Mansfield said he is delight S. Vietnam Puts Burden On U.S. Will Be where wealready have superiority and closing a missile gap where we also have superiorityand still reduce taxes and cut the budget," Mansfield said. "If the new president supports the program for an antimissile screen, he is going to have to take into his calculations the future expenditures of from SiiO billion to S80 billion." Mansfield said he does not anticipate that Nixon will attempt to dismantle the social "Since the United States is conducting exploratory talks (with the North Vietnamese) it is up to them to get North Vietnam to accept," Lam told newsmen at Oi ly Airport when asked about Thleu's terms. Nhan Dan, the official North Vietnamese Communist newspaper, Sunday reiterated its opposition to the Thleu plan and described It as "a scheme to sabotage" the conference. North Vietnam and the Viet Cong Insist that the meeting be a four-sided conference between Hanoi, Washington, the NLF and Saigon with each party having equal status. Thleu rejects this on grounds that NLF participation as a separate entity would constitute political recognition of the Viet Cong. Lam said Sunday his talks In Saigon had been productive. "I certainly have new Instructions," Lam- said. "I do CHINESE ART h F. JAYNE on Chinese Art BEGINS NOV. 11 Mr. Holland 832-5194 L WASHINGTON (AP) -Democratic leader Mike Mansfield predicted Sunday "the voice of the Senate will be heard more loudy" in foreign policy decisions when Republican Richard M. Nixon takes office as president. The Montana senator said he expects the Domocratic-controiled Senate to support efforts of Nixon to tighten up but not to dismantle "Great Society" social welfare programs. He disclosed In an Interview that he has urged a speedy review by the Foreign Relations Committee of the nuclear nonproliferation treaty. He made the request in letters to Chairman J. W. Fulbrlght, D-Ark., and Sen. George D. Aiken of Vermont, the ranking Republican. Mansfield said the scheduling of Senate debate on the treaty will depend on whether the committee wants to hold additional hearing. He said it may be brought up before Nixon's Jan. 20 Inauguration. Nixon has said that while he Is disturbed about some provisions of the treaty, he believes it should be ratified. But he urged that the outgoing 90th Congress to delay action on It because of the Soviet Invasion of Czechoslovakia. There was some Republican opposition to the treaty In the Foreign Relations Committee. And Sen. Richard B. Russell, D-Ga., who is leaving the chairmanship of the Armed Services Committee to head the Appropriations Committee, said he is opposed to It because It provides no Inspection system to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons. Mansfield has predicted ratification by the necessary two-thirds of those voting If It comes to a vote. Mansfield said the Democrats will not "obstruct just to be obstructing and will do our best to give the new president all of the support possible.' "We will do our best work together with him In the na namese diplomats were known to be continuing secret consultations during the weekend in an attempt to reach an agree-ment which would bring Saigon to the conference table. The U.S. -North Vietnamese meetings began May 13. The expanded conference South Vietnam and the NLF had been scheduled to open last Wednesday following the Nov. 1 bombing halt over North Vietnam. Thleu's boycott threat has forced an "Indefinite" postponement. Today's Activities HKSTPI,MBKH Si Ann's Hrliliii' Club. ; Hi p.m.. i Ish H-lll. duiilifil'r uuirn.tmi'n! LAKKPtKK North C'nunu Si-nj.ii CiMt-nv T Dm.. Lake Pjrk Oiurlv shullli Ivinl not have Instructions to negotiate." The 50-year-old former South Vietnamese foreign minister has been mentioned as chief of a Saigon delegation If Thleu ends his boycott of the parls talks. Western diplomats viewed Lam's return as a hopeful sign despite his tough language Sunday. They pointed out that should a decision to enter the talks be reached Lam would now be on hand to head a negotiating team on short notice. Both Western and Communist sources are certain that Saigon will Join the talks once a face-saving formula has been worked out. There was no Indication when full-fledged talks would resume. U.S. and North Viet PARIS (UPD South Vietnam's chief Paris diplomat, Pham Dang Lam, returned from consultations in Saigon Sunday and said it was up to the United States to get North Vietnam to agree to South Vietnamese terms for a full-scale peace conference. Lam said he was carrying "new Instructions" from Saigon, but declined to elaborate other than to declare he had no orders to negotiate with the Communists. Lam's return from 10 days of urgent consultations In Saigon with President Nguyen Van Thleu sparked speculation in diplomatic circles that South Vietnam was softening its conditions for peace talks. Thleu has said that South Vietnam and North Vietnam must be the keystones In such talks, with the United States and the Viet Cong's National LiberatlonFront (NLF taking a back seat. 8 SEMINARS ON HORACE H. eminent authority MONS. U a.m. ENROLL NOW call ' reminiscent of ovations he received during his political campaign for President, complete with "V" for victory signs. But the Minnesota senator told the crowd Inside the ballroom, and an additional 1,000 who were listening outside, that he was "not here to announce the formutionofa third party or a second church." "The priestly role is that of a double agent," McCarthy said. "Where they try to go straight and only represent one side, then there is trouble. "The role is to mediate between (iod and man and they understand that, but also to mediate between man and God, and this In rather broad terms, I think describes the meaning of their vocation and profession." The rally originally had been scheduled for the Washington Monument grounds, but due to sleet and rain officials decided to hold it indoors at the last minute. The Rev. John Corrigan, a Humphrey Relaxes CANEEL BAY, St. John, V.I. (AP) Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey spent most of Sunday relaxing, swimming and sailing aboard a chartered boat. The vice president along with his running mate, Maine Sen. Edmund S. Muskle arrived In the Virgin Islands Friday night for a 10-day vacation at Caneel Bav Plantation. were sticks" night. Total at $175,000 manager. "tossed about like match by a tornado Saturday damage was estimated by Owen Gassaway, airport CHECKING FUEL TANK - David Elm of 2637 Kirk Road, West Palm Beach, checks gas tank of his wrecked plane, as a safety procedure, at Lantana Airport Sunday. This was one of 21 planes which WORLD PREMIERE NOW YOU SEE IT . . . NOW YOU DON'T JONATHAN WINTERS STEVE ALLEN Dissenting Catholics Rally Against Birth Control Ban TONIGHT.9:00 P.M. rTTTTTTOTTTin iWSO tUNKtt iK i fTTFTV.'.V jgpy-1"'"11111" "i g.sm wwi is I OW' jf-gI53SgS 1l. IlIvaJ--?15 K in MMMitfi fur 1 1 SI III II WASHINGTON (UPP Catholics dissenting from Pope Paul's ban on birth control Jammed the Muyflower Hotel Sunday to call for reforms in the church which one leader said was guilty of "centuries of imprisonment." More than 2,000 persons squeezed into the hotel's main ballroom near a host of speakers, including Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy, whose arrival brought tears to tiw eyes of many as the crowd gave him a five-minute standing ovation. McCarthy's appearance aS 4 Injured In Crash Of Vehicles LAKE HARBOR Fotlr persons were injured, one seriously, in a two-vehicle collision on Highway 27, Just south of the Miami Canal bridge, Sunday. Florida Highway Patrolman Herman E. Whaley said the accident occurred as Malcolm Thames, 57, of Roman's Motel, Clewlston, was driving a pickup truck across the north-south artery at the Intersection of the Mutt Thomas Road. Thames was admitted to Glades General Hospital with head and possible Internal Injuries. His son, Gregory Thames, 2, was treated and released at the Belle Glade Hospital. Operator of a southbound auto was Mrs. Rebecca Bar-wick Vickers, 27, of 701 E. Sagamore St., Clewiston. Sh was accompanied by her ton, Wade, 5. They were also treated at the Belle Glade Hospital and released. 1 Whaley said the southbound auto struck the pickup truck which spun around and came to stop In the middle of the southbound lane of traffic. Mrs. Vickers' sedan spun around In the highway and came to a stop blocking the southbound lane of traffic on the four-lane highway. Damage to the two vehicle was estimated at $3,500 by Whaley, who charged Thamej with failure to yield the spokesman for 40 Washington priests who were recently disciplined by Cardinal Patrick O'Boyle for dissenting from the Pope's encyclical, and a leader of the Unity Day Rally, told the crowd that "centuries of tmprisnment" have left Its mark on the church. In calling for reforms, he said the Catholic Church has been a church of "turmoil and confusion" and a church of "quiet dismissal and removals." "It is the church that saved souls but often did not serve persons," Corrigan said, adding that a new reformed church should exercise "communication, not excommunication." Corrigan said the reformed church should have "open accounts of finance and open meetings of church leaders." This was an obvious reference to the Catholic bishops who are meeting here today for their semi annual session held behind closed doors. More than 200 cardinals, archbishops and bishops wili take part in five days of secret discussions in an effort to find some way of restoring pastoral authority In a church badly shaken by dissent. 'What touches all must be agreed upon by all," Corrigan told the rally. "And If that Isn't some agenda for a bishops' meeting, then God didn't make little green apples. "The only way to control a revolution Is to lead it," Corrigan said. The firemen were able to extinguish the blaze with the garden hose, while the truck (a pumper) stood by out front, in case it was needed. Hathaway said the small hose was used In order to minimize water damage. Firemen at the scene Included: Jim Hodges, Paul Seem-an, David Akin, John Garrity, Leonard Mleszczynski, Walter Kokonskl, Timothy Ward, and Hathaway. No one was Injured. The firemen were back at the fire station at 5:38 p.m. Sunday, after cleaning up the damaged kitchen. i I'.v .v. 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