Cub Scouts 1960
Iddlcmabite Sfepi Pdr Tusfdey divin the Saifidusky library's bookmobile bookmobile will be at the following places on Tuesday: 8:30 a.m. Avondale; f) a.m., Rohde Ave.; 9:L5 a.m., Perkins and Remington Ave,; 9:.30 a.m., Pairview Lanes, four stops; 11 a.m., Jewish temple; i p .m., Ranchwood, four stops; 2:30 p .m. Perkins Ave. and Pipe St. Burglars In The White House The White House, 2018 South McDonough St., was broken into Saturday night. An undetermined amount of change was taken from a juke box. Entry was made through a window. 14 Dens Of St. Mary Cubs Organize For Fall Program An organizational meeting of the 14 dens comprising Pack 7, Cub Scouts, was held Sunday afternoon in the St. Mary's parish hall. Douglas Harris, Cubmaster, announced announced that the pack had received received a red second place ribbon at. the Oberlin Scout Exposition and a blue first place ribbon for its display booth at the Erie County County Fair. The Rev. .To.seph H. Inkrott, pa.s- tor, thanked the Cubs and their parents for distribution of pari.sh fall festival tickets. He added that after the meeting ice cream, cake and orange drink would be .served those present as a "treat" from the parish. Cubmaster Harris stated that boys of the parish botween eight and 10 years of age that might be interested in joining the Cub Scouts should contact him before before the next Pack meeting on Nov. fi. Several prospective den mothers were interviewed to replace replace those that had resigned during during the .summer. Th'e following boys with birthdays birthdays in ,hily received birthday cakes and Lion books, Mark Weber, Weber, Kenneth Sumser, Stanley Fischer, Dennis Kotz, Leo Ger- hard.stcin and Patrick Gioffredo. Cubs having August and September September birthdays and their books were, Michael vSarrica. bear; Thomas May, lion; Victor Dienes, lion; Terry Woodburn, Ralph Nath; Lawrence Kromer, lion; 10-Year-Old Hit By Auto Ten-year-old Everett Williams, ,111 Neilscn Ave,, wa.s slightly injured Saturday afternoon when the bicycle he was riding was hit by a car driven by Barbara Coyne, 22. 2(10-} South Campbell St. The boy was taken In Memorial Hospital by his parents, treated for bruises and released. The .sheriffs department .said the boy roric into the path of a car from a driveway. Steven Stanley, lion; Michael Samstag, Samstag, bear; Mark May, bear and Mark Harris. Brian Sartor was then presented a lion badge and gold arrow. Mark Harris and Richard Schemmer, Schemmer, members of the Webelos den, were graduated from Pack 7 and received into Troop 7, Boy Scouts, after having pa,s.sed their lender- foot requirements, Charles Herzog, a Pack committeeman, committeeman, announced that the perfect attendance contest will start with the November meeting, with all Cubs and parents required to be pre.sent at Pack .sessions. It was aKso announced that Cubs ai-e to be informed by their den mothers when they are to have swimming dates.