Fort Pierce News Tribune in Fort-Pierce, Florida
29 May 1977

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29 May 1977

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News Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1977, Fort Pierce, FloridaTribune sunday May a Page 2 the weather no help for a workers critics say a Mohai wia1hii Savici fax Lucail 10 7 Musi Jolo up after much fanfare and emotionalism earlier this year the legislature will do Little in 1977 toward making improve ments in living and working conditions for agricultural workers and migrants farm rights activists say a special House committee on farm labor relations was for med last year after the legislature killed a move by Hep. Steve Pajcic a Jackson Ville to give agricultural workers Union rights. For almost a year the com Mittee held meetings and hearings in most sections of the slate trying to find the Best ways to help farm workers and generating publicity about the inquiries. But after the House recently killed a move by rep. Sid mar tin a Hawthorne to improve minimum sanitation standards for farm workers Martin said the big shots in this state like Florida Citrus Mutual Are mistreating Farmer he said some of the living facilities for migrants and farm workers visited by his commit tee Are not Pajcic said Only a Bill giving farm workers More rights under the land lord tenant act. Stands a Chance of passing during the last week of the legislature. Other moves including limits on working hours for labourer and assurances of a rest break after five hours in the Fields will not Pasi he said. It s Bard for me to understand but people in the agriculture business Are just giving it a Stonewall Pajcic said. House agriculture chairman Wayne Mixson a Marianna said Martin s Bill is unreasonable and the agriculture Industry is taking Steps to improve conditions for the farm workers. They be completely abandoned the migrant labor con Mixson said. They Are trying to impose conditions on agriculture labor which have never been imposed on other segments of the labor Mixson said the House com Mittee failed to take in All fac tors of agriculture when writing reforms. Now when you have a Peanut farm there Are people out their working 16 hours a Day during Harvest Mixson said. We d never get the crop harvested if there were eight hour a Day Mixson noted in Ott Seton some farm workers spend Only two to three noun a Day la the Fields. Bob Wil Pitnu Ani Tomey for Florida Legal inc., who has been lobbying strongly for improved conditions for far mers said some agriculture officials want better enforcement of existing farm labor Laws rather than new statutes. Williams sees some Hope for a Bill allowing for about to Citrus workers being won t Force Media to Jake ads for period ending 7 pm St Loday. During sunday hide Winder showers expected around Georgia North Florida and Arkansas. Elsewhere weather is fair with skies ranging from sunny to partly Cloudy. Maximum temperatures include Atlanta 83, Boston 70, Chicago 81, Cleveland to Dallas 89, Denver 72, duluth70, Houston 90, Jacksonville 88, Kansas City 86, Little Rock 92, los Angeles 71, Miami 87, Minneapolis 80, new Orleans 89, new York 75, Phoenix 96, san Francisco 61, Seattle so St. Louis 86 and Washington 82. Miami up a Federal Brendum on the Gay rights or suit by save our children inc., judge has refused to Force two finance. Saying his court did not have City television stations and 12 . District judge Sidney m. Jurisdiction and proper Corn radio stations to air advertising Aronovitz Friday dismissed a plaint procedures had not been concerning the upcoming Refe Condo folks Hurt High Low High Low South Bridge tides today . . . . Tomorrow . . . . Jetty tides two hours earlier local data Friday High Low rainfall May to Dale barometer Sunset today Sunrise tomorrow 87 62 .71 2.71 29.70 8.06 . . Zones forecast Miami up the Florida zone forecasts zone 1 partly Cloudy tonight through sunday and monday with a Chance of afternoon and evening Thunder showers. Winds variable less than 10 . Tonight becoming southwesterly s to 12 . Sunday afternoon. Lows tonight and sunday night mid 60s. Highs sunday and monday up per 80s. Probability of rain 30 per cent tonight 30 per cent sunday and 20 per cent sunday night. Zone i partly Cloudy tonight through sunday and monday with a Chance of afternoon and evening Thunder showers. Winds variable less than 10 . Tonight becoming southwesterly 6 to 12 . Sunday afternoon. Lows tonight and sunday night upper 60s. Highs sunday and monday mid 80s. Probability of rain 30 per cent tonight 30 per cent sunday and Fol per cent sunday night. Zones 18, 21 partly Cloudy through monday. Scattered afternoon thundershowers mainly Well Inland. Chance of a few night or morning showers coastal sections. Lows near 70 and highs in the upper 80s. Winds variable mostly Westerly 10 . Or less. Rain probability 30 per cent tonight 30 per cent sunday and 30 per cent sunday night. Zones 19, 20, 22 partly Cloudy through monday with scattered afternoon and Early evening thundershowers. Lows near 70 and highs in the mid to upper 60s. Winds variable 10 . Or less except stronger near thundershowers. Rain probability 60 per cent during afternoon and Early evening hours. By United press International today is sunday May 29, the 149lh Lay of 1977 with 216 to follow. The Moon is approaching its full phase. The morning stats Are Mer Cury Venus and Mars. The evening stars Are Jupiter and Saturn. Those born on this Dale Are under the sign of gemini. John of Kennedy 35th president of the United states was born May in 1453, constantinople now capital of the byzantine Empire was captured by the turks. historians say that marked the end of the Middle Ages. In 1790, Rhode Island became the last of the 13 original states to ratify the american Constitution. In 1953 sir Edmund Hillary of new zealand became the first Purson to reach the top of mount Everest. In 1972, president Nixon and soviet communist parly Leader Leonid Brezhnev ended their Moscow Summit meeting with a joint declaration of peaceful co existence. A thought for die Day in his 1961 inaugural address. Presi Dent John Kennedy said let the word go Forth from this time and place that the Torch Hap passed to a new generation of Sears town going out of business entire Stock 30% off 0 everything must go kilns holds finished items and More must be out by june 4th Fisherman s restaurant 17th Delaware lunch dinner 7 Days a week All lunches and dinners include soup and salad bar sunday specials 3.29 roast Chicken and dressing Giblet Gravy Cran Berry sauce potato and vegetable Rolls butter Rusf top round a us potato and vegetable Rolls and butter. Serving 12 noon to i . Tallahassee Fla. Up some condominium dwellers in Florida Are so financially hard pressed because of High Cost recreational leases that they Are living on food Stamps and skipping one meal a Day. That was the report Given to legislators Friday by officers of the Hallandale based con Dominium Coop executive Council representing condominium residents. They warned that if the legislature fails to give them a Legal Way out of unconscionable leases they will Fife anti Trust suits against developers with the Justice department. Even Rockefeller himself could t fulfil these recreational Council president Sidney Nerzig of Pompano said. Council vice president Jerry Stevens said some 400 families living in his Broward county condominium Complex Are living on food Stamps or other Relief because of their recreational lease payments. More than 80 per cent of con Dominion residents Are on fixed incomes according to Lee Hariton a member of the coun cil. Many Are eating two meals a Day because they cannot afford a third they gathered in the office of sen. George Firestone d Miami to consider possibilities for getting Senate approval monday of a Bill sponsored by sen. Robert Graham a Miami lakes. The Bill would set up criteria As to what constitutes an unreasonable lease thus opening the Way for condominium owners to file suits freeing them from those contracts. Followed. Even if he did have jurisdiction Aronovitz said he would have ruled against the group because of a . Supreme court decision giving radio and television stations the right to refuse advertisements. Bob Brake a spokesman for save our children said he would Appeal the ruling to the . Sch circuit court of appeals and seek an emergency hearing the Federal communications commission. All the stations involved had refused advertisements from both sides of the Issue. My ruling docs not indicate anything about the merits of any Side in the Issue the judge said. Dade county voters will decide june 7 whether to repeal an ordinance making it illegal to discriminate against a per son in housing and jobs because of the individual s sexual or affectional preferences. Save our children led by Singer Anita Bryant collected More than signatures from Dade county residents to Force the county commission to either repeal the so called Gay eligible for unemployment compensation. The bulk of meaningful Bills Are still on the House Calendar but they Don t have companions in the he said. Rights Law or place it on a Only chances Are for them to be referendum ballot. The com Mission chose to Call a special Williams said the House Corn election referendum which win Rall Lee sericulture Industry Cost the taxpayers about and farm have Een unable to work out acceptable compromises a in a related matter miss reason for slow Progress of Bryant and Bob Kunst who labor Bills. Leads one of the Gay group fac Pajcic sees changing senti Lions met Friday for a face to ment in House toward farm face debate Over the Gay rights and predicts belter Chan Law. Each was Given 12 Ces for passage of the Bills next minutes. Year. Powell s hearing Aid service 3222 Center 3222 South . Highway one fort Pierce 465-5577 specialist in custom fitted hearing aids aids aids 30 Day trial Money Back guarantee 1 in writing we service All makes no appointment necessary located behind Ace hardware grand opening leather unlimited 2809 Orange Avenue 461-3236 specializing in the finest hand carved and tooled leather goods. Name belts wallets pocketbooks and other Fine leather accessories custom made to your specifications. Come in and Register for free s2s gift certificate lobe Given away june 4th evening classes High school graduates. Must you sacrifice your College education because you Are working no indeed. You May continue your College studies in evening classes Call waft Bandyk admissions 461-3586-9 .-iop.m. Inquire Boutte various financial Aid programs summer classes Start june 27th Call now approved for Veteran training Jones College fort Pierce Campus 131 North seconds Reet stove time and ump oar Mobile Telephone s e r v i c e 461-2430 a Jiser fone inc. Complete communications 607 Atlantic ave. It. Pierce

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