W. VA., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 11,1967 Says 2 Sophia Parties Candidates TWENTY-THREE would he states dollar were Wooten of courses,!Party. facili-j The Citizens Party organized problem. 'Tuesday night and will seek of advocates municipalities Tossing his hat in the political Winding Gulf Coals Inc. at ring for Mayor of Sophia is Riffe's Branch. He is a mem- Robert Porter on the Citizens |ber of the Sophia Odd Fellows 'Lodge, Free Will Baptist Church of Sophia and serves as finan fices for the first several years. incumbent Street, his wife election in cial 6105 secretary of Local Union of UMWA and treasurer The election is June 6. Also seeking office for Mayor is Madison Lowry, Progressive of the Winding Gulf Burial Fund of Riffe's Branch. Seeking the office of recorder recorder for the Citizens Party is Donald Farley, teacher at So- J 2 |phia High School. Farley also Party. Both are newcomers. A resident of Sophia for OL . UUU1 _ r a i i e , years, Porter is employed with| is a newcomer to politics.' Council seals are being sought by Johnny Mi la no and Rev. W. F. Tolliver, who have served on the town council in previous years. Tolliver is a retired miner and pastors the Sophia Friend- shin Baptist Church. Milano is Wills To Attend Press Institute William R. (Bob) Wills, as- _ v sistant managing editor of Thejket. Raleigh Register, will attend an I A American Press Institute seminar seminar June IS through 30 at Columbia Columbia University in New York. , co-owner of Sophia Cash Mar- resident of Sophia for 27 years, Howard Walker is seek- Qffice Seekers Told Candidates of the Citizens Party for mayor and councilman councilman of Sophia are (left to right) Robert Porter for mayor mayor and Howard Walker, seek- ing the council seat. The election election is June 6. ing a council seat. He is em- - Ployed by Winding Gulf Coals On the average in the United States about 30 inches of precipitation precipitation falls during the year.