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South Haven Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, South Haven, MichiganAnn Landers d a it Ann land Art our daughter it being married in a few week. A wedding gift arrived Thia morning from a relative. On tiie Bottom of the gift waa a Price sticker a at least twice the amount the gift waa Worth. It had been taken off something else. The gift was beautifully wrapped by the City a largest department store. On the inside was a slip which read a senders i did no to need to see the slip. I knew it was the a a sender a own a probably something she had brought Down from the attic. When this relatives daughter was married be spent More Money than we should have because we wanted to give her something special. And now our daughter gets this piece of second hand junk should i say something to her a disgust unlimited / dear do say nothing. You be gotten rid of most of your anger by writing to me. By the time this letter appears in print you might even be Able to laugh about it. I Hope so. Dear Ann Landers Nineteen months ago my sister fell and broke her hip. She had been widowed the year before and we Felt sorry for her. My Angel wife suggested that we invite Nellie to recuperate in our Home. Nellie went Back to work nine months ago but she Hasni to said one word about moving out. She 3 air candidates ruled off fall ours Lansing g up attorney general Frank j. Kelley ruled Friday the nominees of the american Independent party tip for the supreme court i and the attorney general Are ineligible to serve in those posts and should be stricken from the november ballot. Kelley told the Secretary of states office k should take action to make sure the names of a three nominees Are not on the ballot. The party formed by backers if George Wallace in 1968, nominated the Howell sign Painter James freed and Detroit attorney Royal Rood who is 75, for the supreme court during its August convention. It also nominated Roseville realtor Eugene May for attorney general. Kelley a opinion said since freed is not a lawyer he is ineligible to serve because the Constitution requires lawyers on the court it also said Rood is ineligible because he has passed the 70-year-old age limit imposed by the Constitution on candidates for the court. The opinion said that while the Constitution does not expressly prohibit no lawyers for being attorney general it does require the attorney general to engage in Legal activities for the state since May is not a lawyer Kelley said he is ineligible. A a obviously he would not be qualified to perform the duties of his office if he were not qualified to practice Law a the opinion said. It said that while the constitutional requirements for the offices might be challenged in the courts a it remains the obligation of the Secretary of state and the attorney general to continue to enforce those As Well As any other provisions of the state striking Auto workers get lost full Poy Check sublet her own apartment when she was hospitalized the people Are still in it and Nellie is still a a a guest in our Home. I done to want to sound Petty but Nellie has not paid us a cent for room or Boa a although she collects $130 a month from her tenants and makes a Nice salary. In a sick of having a permanent non paying Boarder and so is my wife. On three occasions in be started to speak to Nellie about moving but my wife interrupts and changes the subject. So be is too soft hearted for her own Good. What a More my wife has developed migraine headaches because she keeps everything bottled up. Please Ann Tell me what to do. A beside myself dear beside yourself its up to you to Tell Nellie she Mast Gie her tenants notice because she is moving Back to her own place. If your. Angel wife tries to change the subject done to allow it keep talking. The barnacle i mean guest is tour sister acid its up to you to get rid of her. Dear Ann Landers our 22 year old daughter Rosemary is engaged to a Fine Young Man religion has always meant great Deal in our family and we Are unhappy that Barney is not of our Faith. We have never mentioned one word to Barney about accepting our religion. In a sorry i can to say the same about his parents. They have been working on Rosemary from the Day they met her. She now worships at both places a one week she goes with us the next week with Barney and his folks. My husband believes Barney she uld do the same. He wants to discuss it with him. I say no. What do you say a Plainfield tug of War dear tug in a with you. Barney would have volunteered to worship with you if he had wanted to. Its bad enough that your daughter is being pressured by is parents done to add to the problem by pressuring my. Sen. Hart denounces those who heckled Agnew and mrs. Romney Detroit up a sen. Philip a. Hart d-mich., Friday denounced those who heckled vice president Spiro Agnew and mrs. Lenore Romney the Republican candidate for Harts . Senate seat when they campaigned together earlier this week Hart called the attempt by about 100 obscenity spouting protesters at tri cities Airport near Midland to drown out the vice presidents speech wednesday As a an insult to every citizen who believes in democracy a certainly it ought to be made Clear that very few americans Are amused by these tactics or tolerant of them a and that is equally True among those of us who Are the Politi Cal foes of the victims a he. Hart said he a did no to expect 8a d him Agnew to endorse me during his Airport speech and later that night at a Jop fundraising dinner in grand rapids Agnew classified Hart As part of a a Little band of Radical Libe ral who frustrate the we a of the new majority of the american he also urged working class voters in the audience to a Rise up and throw out such Hart shrugged off the a Radical Liberal Label Friday when asked for his reaction to the statement at a news conference in his Detroit office. A campaigns Are periods when shrillness sometimes substitutes for thoughtfulness a he said. A we re All guilty of need to control lobbying shown atty. Gen. Claims Detroit of a pm a Stiffl def Auto workers tews begun stretching their lest m general motors corp. Paycheck through the walkout that has shut Down pm Planta in the United states and Canada and triggered layoffs in related industries. Strikers collected paychecks Friday for the previous week. According to the company s second Quarter statement pay averaged $196 before tax deductions including overtime and shift differentials next weeks final Check will include Only pay for last monday since the strike by 155,000 United Auto workers members began at Midnight last monday. On sept. 29 the strikers will begin collecting strike Benefit checks of $30 to $41 a week a substantial slash from the pre strike average of $196 per week before deductions. Pm Laid off another 9,321 workers Friday at plants that were not struck because they supplied other Auto makers bringing to 21,219 the total workers Laid off in non struck plants since the strike began. More layoffs were anticipated As effects of closing Down the worlds largest manufacturing company spread through related Glass rubber steel and Parta supplier industries. Libbey Owens Ford Glass co., one of the two biggest Glass suppliers to the Industry Laid off 300 Toledo Ohio area employees and Pittsburgh plate Glass the other said production would be curtailed after two to three weeks. Negotiations Are in recess until tuesday but top Law officials continued to tour the country to work on local disputes that would tie up resumption of production after settlement of the strike. Law president leap and Woodcock planned to attend a local meeting today in Saginaw mich., while Irving Bluestone co director of pm negotiations scheduled a meeting at Cranford bibs ill met mob that gins a Young in on Zivko tos Quot git h is tart any up and con info Young Man whose expenses Swallow of a Good part of his current income will Welcome new York life s modified 5 or 10 year term whole life insurance plan. See me for detain. So a Jack of Lustok special agent new York life insurance company Cha and strafe i a a rings Batik �27-m� treat the family to sunday dinner. 8-ox. Al Commodore Steak sold Caesar style. Mini bread beverage 2.75 Ala carte the Captain s table in the travel inn Riverview drive Benton Harbor traverse City up at Torney general Frank j. Kelley said Friday the defeat in the state Senate this week of a wild Rivers Protection Bill is a drama tic evidence of the need for Strong new legislation to control lobbying in this a How Long will it take before the people of this state Are concerned enough to make their voices head on this vital questions he asked in remarks prepared for a news conference Here. The Bill in question had the backing of Kelley gov. William g. Milliken and the democratic Gubernat Oia candidate Sander Levin. It passed the House on a 95-6 vote but then failed 15-13 in the Senate. The Bill would have allowed the natural resources department to declare Scenic River areas throughout the state. The department would have been allowed to Estrict development in those areas to preserve their natural Beauty. Backers of the Bill attributed the defeat to heavy lobbying against it by commercial inter ests opposed to it. A if any additional evidence Ever was required of the need for effective lobbying legislation we have just seen it in the Cir cum stances surrounding the de feat of this Bill a Kelley said. A Only when lobbying efforts Are spotlighted completely in Ful detail for the Public to see and Only when those efforts Are regulated in the Public interest can we expect to restore the balance which is on so Many occasions upset by powerful lobbying Kelley has begun a Campaign to tighten Michigan a lobbying Laws saying a some lobbyists have More influence with some legislators than do the people they represent. Keiley has proposed legislation which would require licensing of All lobbyists require them to file detailed expense statements regarding their lobbying activists and require employers erf lobbyists to file Public reports of lobbying expenses. Three times during agnews Airport speech wednesday before a crowd of 6,000 the hecklers succeeded in interrupting him the third time by chanting a Sieg Agnew told the Small group a a you re a minority Here and you la be s minority in Hart in defending agnews right to free speech was Able to plug the first amendment freedoms act a Bill that Hart has co sponsored. The measure would authorize Federal court action against anyone who interfere a with a citizens right of free speech the legislation introduced in june was a unanimous rec commendation of the 15 member National commission on the causes and prevention of violence of which Hart is a member. A this is not an Issue that needs much explanation a Hart said. A everyone feels i think that the first amendment is one of most cherished statutes. A it simply must not be allowed to cab Milyo fee still time Thouy suburban Blue Star Highway at m-140 Quot let s go out to eat tonight Quot. A thought that s greeted with Delight. It Makos a cheery kind of spree for almost any Famy Holly s special. French dip Sandwich stack of Tandari Scad boat in a miniature Brand loaf Auu an tila Sida Garnish of French Fries. 1 just new fall hours sunday thru thursday 7 . 10 . Friday a saturday. 7 . Midnight this is for you if you Are presently heating with. Wood Coal electric or Gas Furnace now is the time to convert tool heat it s economical it s dependable it s the Jet age fuel Tai i 637-1796 Vall 637-5255fleming Bros. Oil company distributing fuel Oil a other Marathon product \ Home Comfort systems specialist for Homo a farm Industry it limited Quantity $1495 spire Agnaw ref yes. 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