Gerald and James Carletti
15 Cubs Inducted At Indian Ritual CHESTER--Fifteen new mem bers were inducted into St. ert's Cub Pack 128 during an Indian ceremony. The traditional Indian ritual featured a tepee, ceremonial fire and tribal dance performed by members of the Troop. Service Stars, achievei badges and silver or gold rows were presented to Joseph Bar. Stong, Dennis Conners, J o h n Mullen, Edward Gomez, Thomas Galczyanski, George McKin- ney, Gerald Carletti, Bryon Ash Rob-bridge, Joseph Platt, Brian Gremminger, John Milowick: David Moretti, James Carletti Earl Sloskey, John Pancanow ski, Paul Petrillo, Robert Shon ert and John Wysocki. ' George Mckinney received , m erit Denner Bar and Brian Grem ar-minger the assistant Denne President Named I By Association PROSPECT PARK - Louis Higgins, 924 I4th Ave., has been elected president of the Fourth of July Association for 1967. The six dens of the pack de the direction of the den ers entertained with vaudevill theme skits. . Devon Scout. Fair patche were awarded to a number the cubs and .the pack as a received the Summer Pack Award. The cubs are conducting a per drive project with a trip the spring as their goal. .