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MORNING, .I.UNE 25, 1KS8 Select Group "NINE). -- chairman of along v/llh tho for the Ad- Colored People Uccklcy Min- pushed for in the future an will he an commission, who as secretary to Contest Stations Way Service Sta contest conduc Virginia Pcti-o has starlet stations throughout Chairman Donal. said winners of will receive paid vacation Virginia state of their choice receive tickets State loiu-is the Cass Scenic Hole and Sen he presented in oilmen's conven will bi servici on the kind o they make to thei communities. Th Oct. 1. Named Cam] and Kath he the delegate at Par through July i the Woodrow Wl Tri-Hi-Y. daughter t Walter Wisnewsk is a membe Club, junior hii student council. member of th junior historian band an executive committee. at WWHS, Kathy Members of the Gulf Teens, the youth department of llie Gulf Woman's Club meeting with Sophia Council to plan activities for establishing Playground Activities Planned a recreation program In Sophia are (standing from lett) Elizabeth Sutynk, Jeannio Wicklino and Linda McGann, Meeting with the teens arÂ« (seated from left) Don Parley. former town recorder ana Mayor Robert Porter. Sophia Recreation Group Maps Tennis Court Plans Sophia youths will have use of a tennis court this week if progress of the Sophia Ilec- Â·oation Committee planned. goes as A lot on niffe Street was leveled last week and Mayor Robert Porter said the town crew lopes to have the tennis court ie site also will bo a horseshoe court and swings for the younger children. ; At a special meeting of organizations in Sophia Thursday night a steering committee was appointed to plan the recreation program. Serving arc Mayor Porter, Sterling Hunt, representing the town, Mrs. Clinton jlacktopped by this week. At Shumate and Mrs'. Fred X. Williams ot the Gulf Woman's Father, Son Receive Slight Injuries In One-Car Crash Pauley Jr. Carl Andrew Gebhardt, 51, of Glenwood, and his 24-year-old sou, Ronald Frank Gebhardt, of Lesage, were slightly injured in a one-car accident on the West Virginia Turnpike about 7 a.m. Monday. The father and his son were en route to work at Pipestem in Wyoming County when their ar went out of control and off he highway. Both men were reated at the Becfclcy Appala- hian Regional Hospital and re- eased. Two persons were jailed runken driving charges lay by city police. Arthur L. Walton of Mabscoti Mon The first occurred at 9:40 i.m. when a 1352 auto at 228 Vine St. owned by Hope Atkinson caught fire due to a wire short under the dashboard, Damage was estimated at $25. Firemen answered a call a' Temple Street and Scott Avenui when a 1959 model vehicle owned by Thomas Alexandria jackfired through the carbure tor causing a fire. No damage was reported. A Richmond District fathc whose three boys are accuse of breaking 28 windows in Bich mond High School last wee will have a preliminary hearin ub, Linda McGann ol ulf Teens. Also present at the meeting ere Bernard Edwards and W. . Mooncy, Odd Fellows; Mrs. 'illiam Lambert, Jane Thomi and Patty Cassity, Wida *Â· wake 4-H Club, and Mrs, Wll- am Morris, president of the ulf Woman f s Club. Linda McGann was appointed ccretary oÂ£ the recreation jard. She was chairman of a Ircet dance program Saturday .,. ight on Main Street. Funds enl toward the town's recrea- on program. Mayor Porter said that one ',. er cent of the town's general unds have been set aside for he recreation, but additional unds are needed to provide .ctivities for the youths. Student supervision will be provided at the courts. The su- lervisovs will be Breads Smith, Carolyn King, Samuel Cochran and Ralph Paught, who are em- loycd by the Town under the Tederal Work Study program and cooperation of West Virgin- 'a Institute of Technology. A playground is also planned on Railroad Avenue. About 19,500,000 American! visited other nations in 1967.