P325 ORACLE 325 Fri 4 Feb LON 2101:15  3/3      Two more viewers write on the law relating to 'co-habitees' and State benefits. The case of Mrs Amy Pierce and Mr Albert Barnett moved Mrs D Fowler, of Charlton,S London, to say: "They should be given their £15 a week back.It would take more than this to have this lady, a widow, taken care of by the borough." Two pensioners, of Drayton Gardens, S. Kensington, London, write: "An Appeals Tribunal declared we were not living together as man and wife...yet my friend still seems ineligible for any benefit." They say that between them they have paid 70 years tax. ppppppppppppppppp p more follows >
P325 ORACLE 325 Fri 4 Feb LON 2100:16  1/3      HERE'S your chance to air your view on news in the Thames area. Don't just sit there fuming about what's going on, let's see what YOU have to say... Keep your letters brief and include your name and address. We'll use as many as we can. Write to: THAMES NEWSVIEW Thames Television 306-316 Euston Road LONDON NW1 3BB  Your letters overpage ...> BUBBLE AWAY YOUR TROUBLES page 346
P325 ORACLE 325 Fri 4 Feb LON 2101:01  2/3      Thalds news viewers were saddened by the case of Mrs Amy Pierce, a disabled woman who has had her social security stopped because a family friend who moved in to look after her was a man M 73-year-old Albert Barnett. Mrs Vera Godson,Eltham,S London, says: "If it had been the lady living at the fellow's house - quite a different story! "He could say she was his housekeeper, get tax relief, all his pension and
P325 ORACLE 325 Fri 4 Feb LON 2103:14  Th—lds news viewers were saddened by the case of Mrs Amy Pierce, a disabled woman who has had her social security stopped because a family friend who moved in to look after her was a man - 73-year-old Albert Barnett Mrs Vera Godson Dltham,S London, says: "If it had been the lady living at the fellow's house - quite a different story! "He could say she was his housekeeper, get tax relief, all his pension and hers remain intact. Women's Lib? It doesn't exist\xft we are told it does." ppppppppppppppppp p more follows >
P325 ORACLE 325 Fri 4 Feb LON 2110:00  2/3      Thames news viewers were saddened by the case of Mrs Amy Pierce, a disabled woman who has had her social security stopped because a family friend who moved in to look after her was a man - 73-year-old Albert Barnett. Mrs Vera Godson,Eltham,S London, says: "If it had been the lady living at the fellow's house - quite a different story! "He could say she was his housekeeper, get tax relief, all his pension and hers remain intact. Women's Lib? It doesn't exist\xft we are told it does." ppppppppppppppppp p more follows >
P325 ORACLE 325 Fri 4 Feb LON 2120:12  1/3      HERE'S your chance to air your view on news in the Thames area. Don't fust sit there fuming about what's going on, let's see what YOU have to say... Keep your letters brief and include your name and address We'll use as many as we can.  THAMES NEWSVIEW Thames Television 306-316 Euston Road LONDON NW1 3BB  Your letters overpage ...>
P325 ORACLE 325 Fri 4 Feb LON 2100:34  2/3      Thames news viewers were saddened by the case of Mrs Amy Pierce, a disabled woman who has had her social security stopped because a family friend who moved in do look after her was a man - 73-year-old Albert Barnett. Mrs Vera Godson,Eltham,S London, says: "If it had been the lady living at the fellow's house - quite a different story!
P325 ORACLE 325 Fri 4 Feb LON 2130:02 the case of Mrs Amy Pierce, a disabled woman who has had her social security stopped because a family friend who moved in to look after her was a man - 73-year-old Albert Barnett. Mrs Vera Godson,Eltham,S London, says: "If it had been the lady living at the fellow's house - quite a different story! "He could say she was his housekeeper, get tax relief, all his pension and hers remain intact. Women's Lib? It doesn't exist xdt we are told it does." ppppppppppppppppp p more follows >
P325 ORACLE 325 Fri 4 Feb LON 2100:04    HERE'S your chance to air your view on news in the Thalds area Don't bust sit there fuming about what's going on, let's see what YOU have to say... Keep your letters brief and include your l—ld and address. We'll use as many as we can. Write to: THAMES NEWSVIEW Thames Television 306-316 Euston  LONDON NW1 3BB  Your letters overpage ...> BUBBLE AWAY YOUR T OUBLES
P325 ORACLE 325 Fri 4 Feb LON 2110:10 Two more viewers write on the law relating to 'co-habitees' and State benefits. The case of Mrs Amy Pierce and Mr Albert Barnett moved Mrs D Fowler, of Charlton,S London, to say: "They should be given their £15 a week back.It would take more than this to have this lady, a widow, taken care of by the borough." Two pensioners, of Drayton Gardens, S. Kensington, London, write: "An Appeals Tribunal declared we were not living together as man and wife...yet my friend still seems ineligible for any benefit." They say that between them they have paid 70 years tax. ppppppppppppppppp p more follows >