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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - August 15, 1967, Tokyo, JapanMeanwhile Back Home honeymoon express who needs a Jet when you can have a Surrey with fringe on top to ride to your honeymoon in this Surrey is a wedding gift to air Force it. And mrs. Patrick Sohmitt shown leaving the old Cathedral in St. Louis where they were wed. The gift is from the Bride s parents or. And mrs. Louis Merkel of Webster Groves to. The Bride Groom is the son of or. And mrs. Herbert Sohmitt of St. Louis. Up hippie won t get a haircut but he might trim Hedges by Eldon Barrett Seattle Wash. Up Ifa Seattle resident needs a groovy Gardener someone to paint psychedelic scene on an apart ment Wall or perhaps a Way out couple to liven up a House party All he has to do is 4dial-a-hip by telephoning me 2-2299, the number of the hippie Job corps one can get a hip hedge trimmer a bedecked Babysitter or a Hir Sute hous guest. Naturally the hippie Job corps is a nonprofit casual employment Agency. It s headquartered in the office of the free University a Short March away from the University of washing ton. During the first week it opera Tion about 50 hippies signed up for employment. They pay no fees but if they wish they can Clink a few coins in a Box place Din the office to help defray minor operating expenses. David Wyatt 22, one of the founders of the Agency explained that the hippies definitely Are not looking for permanent jobs. All we ask for his liberalism in the employer employee relationships mused Wyatt Finger ing his Beard. We let the employer set his own wage and so far it has worked Well. It s an open business and that s the Way we want to keep emphasized the anti discrimination aspects of the project. Wyatt said one prospective employer was turned Down because he did t want a worker with too outlandish another Man called to say he would not consider hiring a hip pie. When Wyatt asked Why theman replied because i am an the hippies Are looking for self expressive jobs. Wyatt said. One easily loses identity at Theair plane a Handbill advertising the corps says hey Man if you need groovy Gardener a hip hedge trimmer a Loving Babysitter a Interior decorator a pensive political or a willing worker foray Job Large or Small like Man Don t get uptight dial a hippie me 2-2299." a University professor hired hippie couple for a party he and his wife hosted. We sent Over a Freaky couple and they participated in a talk in Waytt explained. The party was a big Babysitter a girl who could give Motherly attention to her son that other babysitters had Bee unable to the Mother asked her to return. Steve Niska hired Robb Remple to do some gardening work. All he asked was that he repaid the minimum wage Niska said. He pitched right in an worked hard All Day. I was so pleased that i paid him $20." gardening particularly appeals to the hippies. They Are after All the Flower to Lead beit news stars and stripes readers come from All Over America. News from Biff cities is full1 reported but too often the Small towns Are of various weekly news papers from All states of the Union have graciously permit Ted us to reprint the news of their communities. # Flat River 4.515. Sixty five Miles South West of St. Louis. Manufacture caskets fertilizer explosives shoes furniture heels. Lead mining Center. Truck Grain farms. Corn. In first car of Lead concentrates left Viburnum on july 3 on the new rail Spur built by the Frisco Railroad fro Keysville on the Cuba Salem was started in june 1966, and is scheduled to reach Buic Kearly this fall. Meanwhile the Lead Zinc and Copper concentrates produced at Viburnum will be hauled Over the new Railroad. The Lead goes to Herculaneum the Zinc to Monsanto 111., and the Copper to the inspiration Copper co. A Miami Ariz. Frisco s new Railroad project brings to mind the Sligo and Eastern Railroad which operate from 1879 to 1930. The primary purpose of that rail line was to move charcoal to the Sligo Iron co. Furnaces a Sligo to. Charcoal was made in kilns in the deep Woods of Crawford Washington and Iron counties and hauled to Sligo to furnish heat for smelting pig Iron. The Sligo Iron co. Cease operations in 1922 and the Sligo and Eastern went out of business in 1930. It was a Spur from the Cuba Salem Frisco Branch go ing through Sligo Viburnum thence to Buick and East end. The new Spur starts at keys Vilie and goes through Cherry Ville and on to Viburnum. The next and final Stop will be , the second Railroad Era of service has been opened Toan area now known As the new Lead Belt. The first in 1879,for charcoal the second on july 3, 1967, for Lead Zinc and Copper. The first car St. Louis Sanfrancisco no. 65522, contained a Pine tree. That Evergreen re presents a tradition which originated in Sweden. It Means bes wishes for Prosperity. It apparently was handed Dow from a custom of presenting a newly wed couple a Pine tree for Good Luck and Prosperity. St Louis the lower Reservoir of Thea Union electric company staum Sauk Power generating project near Lesterville will reopen for Public fishing under terms of a lease by the Missouri conservation commission. The lower impoundment on the East Fork of the Black River covers 200 acres at Low Pool level and 400 when it is full. The conservation department will permit Public fishing on the Lake except in a Small area near the generating station. No Speed boating skiing or swimming will be permitted and boats will be limited to 10 horse Power or less. The agreement also permit the department to manage some 1,300 acres of land As a wildlife Refuge with the provision that no Hunting or shooting May be permitted. More than 200 horse show entries have been received for the 22nd annual Hillsboro Horseshoe and festival. For the first time in history a52-class horse show. Will be staged in Hillsboro. The three new classes Are the Chariot race classes. Highlight of the festival is the appearance of sky divers who will Parachute from planes Fly ing at High altitudes and at tempting to land in the Small horse show ring. Last year All sky divers made it into the Shif caring to the Surprise of the hundreds of spectators in at Tendance. The Hillsboro spectacle is the largest show of its kind in the state of Missouri outranked Only by the Missouri state fair at Sedalia and the american Royalin Kansas City. # Phe City Council of Flat Rivera at its regular monthly meet ing accepted a proposal of the Missouri Illinois Railroad of the gift of the Railroad station and acquired a lease on the adjoin ing property for 99 years. The old depot will House the fire and police departments and the adjoining property willbe a parking lot. In the future the old fire and police depart ments will be removed to make room for the new Library. The Council also discussed the Cost and operation of the new municipal garbage truck. Start ing july 24, the garbage will be picked up at the curb rather than through the alleys. Compiled by Jim Hoyle he preached with Chalk Sydney s or. Eternity Dies Sydney Australia a Only a few of Sydney s 2 million residents knew Arthur Stace but almost everyone who can read in the City has seen histone word the word inscribed in either few can say they Ever saw Stace went on to say i could or. Eternity because he worked hardly write my own name and mostly at night. But associated j own t a Spellecy Etem press writer Ian Pratt can. He i i a or. Came upon Stace one night out Side the Post office near Pratt s Home. A girl hippie was hired to paint White or yellow weather resistant Stace explained that one night1 " Chalk appeared Day after Day he heard an evangelist preach an underwater psychedelic scene on an Interior Wall of an apart ment building. You might say she made the scene. A Blind woman hired a hippie on City and suburban pavements ing on eternity. The idea seized. For 37 years. Now it will appear him so strongly that he Bent no More for 83-year-old Arthur Over and wrote the word instance is dead. Chalk on the floor. Came out in Beautiful Copper plate two years before his death Stace estimated he had written his one word Sermon a half Mil lion times. Pacific stars & Stripe tuesday aug. 15, 1967

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