The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on November 25, 1964 · Page 4
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SET INCLUDES 12 CRYSTAL CUPS WITH 12 PLASTIC HANGERS PLA-DOH MEDIC KIT TAMMY NURSE SET Gl JOE MEDIC KIT PLASTJC TELEPHONE Plus MANY MORE Your Choice each WAGONS $1.99 . fcir $12.88 BIO BRUISER.STur BOP-A-BEAR "• DOOROOT0OOR ,r — •-• ....... *' :. ~7— • ' • . • • ' Wilb Tbli Coupon and »S.(XI Order , In Addition M iSon**' F»t»»»M Wfi COHBOB GoW TbrB Wt&i, Bso._ *nd Umlt I Coupon Per. Famflj* tkue. WITH THIS.COUPON .,. . • FREE 100 SfcH Grata SfHM>t When Vott Purchase ANY CERAMIC TOY BANK . Coupon Good thru Wed., Beo. 2nd Limit I Coupon Per Family, Please i Wlti,Tb*i' , CoB(hin and »M» :0 **«V 1 »in AdoHtonJo Cotjpon Pnrahnos C.i re M LYLE-VftLSON i Urjlred ^Prtss International I As*§Pre5ident -Johnson grubs; around 'tie goVerrtmentl for. dot-' lar-saving opportunities to curtail useless bureaucratic. paper;-, shuffling, he should have a look at the Labor Department's Bureau of Employment Security. •BES stands accused by comptroller general ofthe United States of needless spending of federal funds. The comptroller general is Joseph Campbell. Thje responsible Labor Department officials are: Secretary W . Willard Wirtz, Undersecretary John F. Henning and BES Administrator Robert C. Goodwin: Campbell does not accuse these officials of illegal action of any kind, although taxpayers may consider unnecessary government spending to be a capital crime. Camphell's bill of particulars is based on a study of BES operations in two states, Washington and Oregon. He believes the problem prevails nationally. In Washington and Oregon he found that BES had encouraged state employment offices with advice and federal funds to expand their operations to supplant existing privately financed employment operations. For example, Camphell reported: Assumes Placement Function "Through recent 'agreements with two retail chain stores, the Oregon State Employment Service (OSES) and the Washington ditto (WSES) assumed responsibility for performing a major portion of the placement functions of these stores in Eugene, Ore., and Spokane, Wash. The state employment agencies (using federal funds) agreed to pre-screen and select all applicants in certain job categories for employment, with., these stores. "The functions performed bv the OSES and WSES did not provide additional placement services but merely assumed functions, at federal expense, previously peformed by the stores at their own' expense The responsibility for performing these functions properly be longs to the employers and-not to the federally financed employment service." . Store officials .like this sys tern fine. because it reduces V during the; Great Depression, to rfcrp reduce employment, t to expend, the serviecs then available to get- the-jobles* and 1ha job tpgfeth'ef,' 'Congress" did not intend that BES. should "supplant other placement* agenciesV public or private.- Campbell contends that BES has gone far afield. It should not surprise the humpbacked taxpayer to learn that the La-' bor Department and BES 'are- giving Campbell a" hard time. It is the nature of the government bureaucrat to spend other peoples' money pretty freely to expand his own sphere of influence. So the department is arguing against Campbell's recommendation that:. "The secretary of Labor limit application of federal funds to employment serv ices which do not supplant services adequately performed by others" and to services which may be expected to result in significant overall increases in job placement." Taxpayers will vote: Aye Pilgrims Didn't Start Thanksgving By LOUIS CASS ELS United Press International Ask any red-blooded American boy how Thanksgiving originated, and he'll tell you right off that it was invented by the Pilgrims of the Massachusetts Bay colony back in 1620 A.D. There is just one thing wrong with this cherished bit of American folklore. IX isn't true. .The pilgrims borrowed both the idea and the name of Thanksgiving Day from the Church of England. Its canons provided for annual celebration of a day of thanksgiving to Almighty God for all of his bounty and especially for a safely- gathered harvest. The English holiday was eel ebrated on Sept. 29, and was- commonly known as "Michael­ mas" because it was designated on the church calendar as "the feast of St. Michael and all angels." Roast Goose Traditional .It was a major religious holiday, second only to Easter, in the 17th Century England from their personnel work load and J which the Pilgrims migrated to saves them money. BES also is spending Treas-. ury money to provide placement and other employment services previously performed and financed by schools, unions and other organizations. These exteded' services were found- in several instances merely lo supplant services already furnished by private or other public agencies and. would nor ordinarily contribute to increased job placement. Created In 1933 Congress created BES in 1933, ROAD IN THE SKY LONDON (UPI) —This city's first length of "skyway" opens Wednesday. The mile-long stretch of motorway is • 26 feet above the Great West Road.' HOMING PHEASANTS OUNDLE, England (UPI) — Fishmonger John Ganderton got the impression that the brace of pheasants he donated to a raffle were a new homing variety. He won them back twice in a row. QUICK CHANGE STUDLEY, England (UPI) Eighteen - year - old motorist Christopher Maddock's bought his car a wqlf whistle on Friday, mounted it Saturday, was booked for using it on Sunday and sold it on Monday. GRANTED DIVORCE GLOUCESTER, England (UPI)—The wife of .Clarence Gooding, former mayor of Hereford, ' was granted a di vorce on grounds of' adultery affer the -woman involved, a council office clerk, first complained to her about her husband's excessive bottom pinching and subsequently admitted their relationship. Only Krott gives you Macaroni 'it' Cheese with golden cheddar goodness Kraft Dinner give* you tender macaroni, creamy with golden cheeafe goodness t Easy ' and quick to fix "as is." Or combine it "-rHh other foods for inexpensive yet delicious • , tnamdiahes.' - <:••.<••! America. Tradition decreed that Mi­ chaelmas dinners be built around roast goose. The Pilgrims had roast goose, along with' a few wild turkeys they shot while goose-hunting. -Although Michaelmas was clearly the immediate inspiration of the 'Pilgrim Thanksgiving' the ultimate origin of the holiday can be traced much further back into history. In the Middle Ages, the feast of St. Martin of Tours was a major holiday in Western Europe. It was celebrated on Nov. 11. People went to Mass, participated in parades and games, and wound up with a festive dinner of.. .you guessed it, roast goose. Because St. Mar-'" tin's Day came after harvests were in, it was regarded as a day of thanksgiving. Thanks For Harvest But the real "first Thanksgiving" was celebrated long before Western Europe was civilized. . .in fact, long before the Christian church came into being. In the Old Testament Book of Deuternonomy there is a detailed description of instructions which Moses gave to the children of Israel for a holiday to be celebrated exactly seven weeks after they began harvesting their first crop in the Promised Land. That was approximately 3,200 years ago. The purpose of the holiday, Moses said, was to "rejoice in all the good which the Lord your God has given to you and j'our household." Theortically, at'least,, that's still the idea behind Thanksgiving Day. NEW YORK (UPI)—A funeral service will be held Tuesday for Dr. Arthur Nussbaum, an internationally . recognized expert and author on law. He died Saturday at the age of 8T. SANTA MONICA, Calif. (UPI) — Funeral arrangements were pending ' today for Mrs. Belle Marion Knight, first woman to serve on a city council in the United States. Interment for Mrs. Knight, 89, is' - to be in Kensico Cemetery in Valhalla, N.Y. . t-> guaranteed PERFECT canter diamond, or replacement assured. 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