Tou rst Camp AtLynchburg Has Shooting Man Seeing Wife Enter Cabin With Another Arrested for Wounding Worker LYNCHBURO. Va., NOT. 26.—IVP?— One man wn s in n serious condition 'it. bynchburg hospital today with bullet wounds in both lungs and another another was charged 'with the shooting shooting after what officials said was a struggle in a tourist camp cabin. Stat* Policeman Leslie L: Stanley said louls Pcrdiic fired the -shots at Herbert A. Sydnor, 45 year old construction construction worker, when Perdue saw hi* wife" on tor'the cabin with Sydnor When the cabin lights went off Stanley Raid, Perdue approached anc 1 rapped on the door. The policeman quoted him as saying he was armed with » .32 calibre pistol. When Sydnor opened the door, the officer related, the two men grnp- pled. Perdue fired and Synrior fell on a cot. They clinched ngftln betore Perdue could lenve with his wife and Sydnor received another wound. J. D. Dearlng. a nearby resident, s«id both men wore grasping the gun when he separated them. Two surprons attending the ••wounded man said his condition wns grave. Perdu*, who lives across the road from the tourist camp on Palrvlew Heights. WBK charged with felonious wounding and placed under bond for nppenrance before the Cnmpbell county trtnl Jus tier.