Clipped From Bluefield Daily Telegraph
YOUTH TO DIRECT CIVICJPRS Big Feature Of Youth Week To Be Observed Today; Colored Children Take Ac- tice Part In Local Propram One of the crowning features of the celebration of National Youth Week will come today with the observance of Boys' and Girls' day in citizenship. During the past ten years in which Bluefield has participated in National Youth Week this particular feature of the week's program has always proven very interesting. The committee sponsoring today's program for the white youth is composed of C. W. Jackson, Clark Brown, T. H. Settle, Miss Harriet French, Mayor W. A. Light, C. H. Reppert, C. H. Atkinson and Miss Pearl Brammer. All important offices of the municipal government and the chamber of commerce will be filled by boys and girls who have been selected from the student body of Beaver high school. The offices and positions to be filled are as follows: Board of Directors: Jim Lilly, mayor; Bill Tom Watkins, A. E. Davis Jr., Florence Graham and Beth Thomas. Appointed by Board of Directors: City manager, Hoge McCall; city clerk, Crawford Calfee; city treasurer, Mary Jane Taylor; city attorney, Betty Morriseey; police Judge, Bobby Hoge. Appointed hy City Manager: Director of public works, Jerome Mitchell; director of public health, Arnold Hurd; building inspector, Woodrow Miller; librarian, Anne B. Bryson; assistant librarian, Mildred Burke; assistant librarian, Anua Mae Feuchtenberger; chief of police, Ralph Cruise; chief of fire department, Fred Jackson; bacteriologist, Rogers Bailey.