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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 11

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"pr mm m 1 "9-w-m m s mm" mm'ryrm-y-rmr f t VTTyH'T tTm yYi m fym-m YTr"' Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, December 11, 1976 All 7760 Southern Blvd. Erin ap viip vpin I West Palm Beach ini Nurj.ry Wtsl of Turnpitt CliU ur I IIC I EMI BICENTENNIAL SALE CZZZ3 ImkAmmium W 11 1 &J f --Sx 0ne of ,he most V beautiful nurseries MIIDCCDY inthestatel nPFN SAT. f OPEN SUNDAY 1pm 'til 5pm m. m m m m 9am til 5 pm VISITORS ALWAYS I &HMnmtF i iutmmtutdmem' welcome A DUY N0VII PRICES GOING UP JAN 1st 1977 $995 (1P0INSETTIAS pink, whit, and red) ....'4.50 1 pV POiNSETTIAS (pink, white and red). CITRUS MAGNIFICENT, FULL POINSETTIA BASKETS, Missile Downs Navy Jet CHERRY POINT, N.C. (UPI) -A Marine Corps F4 Phantom jet fired an unarmed heat-seeking missile yesterday which "for some reason or another" shot down a Navy A4 Skyhawk during a training exercise, the Navy reported. The Navy fighter plowed into the Atlantic off the North Carolina coast. The pilot of the Skyhawk, Lt. Jerome Petykowski, 30, of Virginia Beach, Va., ejected from the plane, and was taken to Cherry Point Hospital, where he was treated and released. Capt. James Pendergast of the Marine Corps' public information office in Cherry Point said the accident happened about 11:30 a.m. while the Navy and Marine Corps were conducting missile training exercises about 40 miles off the coast. "The missile evidently, for some reason or another, struck the airplane," said Pendergast. He added MOBILE HOME STEPS 3STEPM9" 2 STEP $397 CHRISTMAS CACTUS (many colors).. .2.49' RflSFS FAR fiURICTIIlC ROUND GRiiy TAmX WTIOST0HES lAbLCO 12X24 $1.03 W2 BENCHES " 1 ,Wa WHITE '67" 16X16. $1.03 MARBEIIZED 17771 18X1j flg INfflO tJQp 20X20.......$U8 1nfcDRB 24X24.. $1.76 INLAID Till - TABLE 6771 R0UNAVT,?S ,N MM TRAFFIC BUTTONS FREE GIFT 1 ail sizes WITH A $20.00 STATUARY 3fln OR MORE ORDER AIUAKT l0FF (grafted on Fortuniana Rootstock) .. '5.49' Calamondin Duncan Grapefruit Marsh White Grapefruit Ruby Red Seedless Grapefruit Thompson Pink Grapefruit Bearss Lemon Meyer Lemon Ponderosa lemon Key lime Persian Lime Rangpur Lime CAR STOPS Hamlin Orange Murcott Orange Navel Orange Pineapple Orange Queen Pineapple Orange Temple Orange Valencia Orange Minneola Tangelo (honey-bell) Dancy Tangerine Lee Tangerine Satsuma Tangerine $Q50 rLUWcHiNG BEGONIAS 99" lap. with 44s pins FLOWERING IMPATIENS i1.50i CACTUS (many varieties to choose from) ....69 1 MR BIKE ST1NDS 3" WE HAVE THE LARGEST SELECTION OF H0USEPLANTS IN THE COUNTY INC. PRIDE CONCRETE PRODUCTS 4147 OKEECHOBEE BLVD., W. PALM BEACH Acron from Burger King 686-2297 99 tup PHONE 793-1557- msm g9s OMe kme that there was no explosion. In Norfolk, Va., Cmdr. John Barry at the Navy's Atlantic Fleet headquarters said Petykowski's Skyhawk was towing a target being fired at by a pair of Phantom jets in a mock air battle. "Obviously, something went wrong," Barry said. "I don't know what." The accident is being investigated by both Navy and Marine Corps authorities, he said. Petykowski, stationed at the Navy's Oceana Naval Air Station, spent about ann hour and 45 minutes in the water before a Marine Corps Ch46 helicopter from Cherry Point rescued him. Tribal Land Returned To Indians GAY HEAD, Mass. (UPI) - Descendants of the Indians who welcomed the Pilgrims ashore in 1620 celebrated the return of windswept tribal lands yesterday, as lawyers in three states studied the impact of the surrender of public lands by whites to Indians. Indian and white residents of this picturesque town on the western edge of Martha's Vineyard island four miles off Cape Cod agreed, 50-28, Thursday night to return to the Wampanoag Tribe 250 acres of "common land" taken by the town in 1870. The decision in the face of a federal court suit by the tribe may have been the first time in American history contested land was returned to Indians. Weonnah Silva, president of the tribal council, promised during a three-hour debate in the one-story wooden Town Hall the land would remain unchanged. Included in the settlement was brush-covered wasteland, cranberry bogs and the majestic beach-front clay cliffs that annually attract thousands of tourists to this island. "We certainly don't want to do any harm to the land," the Indian leader said. It was not immediately clear what legal impact the ballot box settlement would have on Indian efforts in Rhode Island, Maine and mainland Massachusetts to recapture millions of acres of privately owned land valued at hundreds of millions of dollars. "That was just some private settlement that won't affect our legal case," said Morris Kirsner, an attorney defending the town of Mashpee against Indian claims to 20,000 acres of prime Cape Cod real estate. The settlement on Martha's Vineyard and the unresolved Mashpee suit "are about as similar as apples and bananas," said Mashpee Selectman George A. Benway Jr. Thomas Tureen, the attorney who represented the Gay Head tribe, said return of public lands to Indians did not affect Indian efforts to win back privately owned land on Martha's Vineyard or elsewhere. "That cloud can only be removed by federal legislation," said Tureen, who also has filed suit on behalf of two Indian tribes in Maine seeking return of 12.5 million acres of land - about two-thirds of the state. The suits contend state incorporation of Indian lands into towns in the 1800s violated a federal law passed in 1790 requiring all land transactions between Indians and states to be approved by Congress. Student Dies In Shaft Fall DE KALB, 111. (UPI) - Two Northern Illinois University students scuffling in the hallway of a dormitory yesterday crashed through an elevator door on the eighth floor and plunged 65 feet down the elevator shaft. One died and the other was critically injured. Robert Puchalski, 22, Calumet City, 111., died from severe head injuries shortly before 6 a.m. in St. Anthony Hospital in Rockford, 111. The other student, David White, 20, Chicago, was reported in very critical condition and unconscious in the hospital's intensive care unit. Police quoted witnesses as saying the two had an argument in front of the elevator and were scuffling when they crashed through the roller-track single steel door on the eighth floor and fell 6ff eet . 5rtl? ilTHi! i A. SOFA, LOVESEAT AND CHAIR WITH A CONTEMPORARY FLAIR This 3 piece group is as durable os it is good looking. All pieces are handsomely tailored and covered in the warm Earthtones of GoldBrownRust striped Herculon. If purchased separately $587 SAVE $188. B. 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