Cub Scouts - Mrs Ernest and Mrs Carl Oney
Formation of three new Boy i Scout troops and a new Cub Pack Three New Scout Troops To Be Organized i ' in the Southeast District of the Firctand Area Council was announced announced today by the Rev. Henry K. Shaw, chairman of the district organization and extension committee. committee. The new Scout troops were organized organized at the Murklry School and at Penfleld and La Grange. The new Cub pack is at Wellington. , Rev. Shaw added that completion of these units has made It possible for the district to meet its May 15 Silver anniversary objective. The new% Markley School unit. Troop 133, is under Parent-Teacher Association sponsorship. It is under under the leadership of Clifford Currier, Currier, • recently returned Navy veteran and n former Boy Scout at Collins. J. H. Dean, principal of the school, Is troop committee chairman, and Myron Keller and Frank Provoztiik .are committee- Warns Of Effects Of Poor Housing On Health COLUMBUS. — The three-day convention of the Ohio State Medical Medical Association ended today after Bleecker Marquette, executive secretary secretary of the Public Health Federation Federation and Better Housing League of Cincinnati, warned of the effects of poor housing on health. Marquette said "that" the elfect of overcrowding and slum environment environment on mental health Is believed to be even more far reaching than the effect on physical health. Dr. R. E. Pinkerton of Akron, In n paper on psychosomatic medicine emphasized the importance of considering considering emotional origins in the causes of functional illnesses. Dr. Elmer llaynes of Toledo, discussed the diagnosis of idiopathic epilepsy, while Dr. Henry C. Schumacher of Cleveland, read a paper on schizophrenic schizophrenic children at the .concluding .concluding meeting. Earlier Dr. Roger E. Heering. director of the State Health Department, Department, said that the prevention of veneral disease cannot be a medical nor a public health responsibility alone. Brig. Gen. William G. Menninger, director of the U. S, Army Neuropsychiatry Neuropsychiatry Consultants Division, last night said that communities. families and physician* have very definite responsibilities toward the handicapped veteran. !S Paint Freiram He estimated that 42 per cent of all the veterans' disability cases will b« neyjropsychiatric in character. character. - General Menninier Mid that the veteran belonga to his community and should have no basis for doubt of the loyalty, appreciation and interest of that community to him. "Vocational guidance and training training should be contiued as a coordinate coordinate part of state and federal programs," programs," he said. "The psychiatric casualty above others may need to be re-educated vocationally and helped in locating a job in which he has a sens* of confidence and satisfaction." The association's house of delegates, delegates, adopted a 25-point health program program entitled "A Health Program For Ohio." The delegates also selected Clev** land as the site of the association's 1M7 annual convention. No date was set. Or. P. McNamee ..of Cleveland, took over as president of the association association to succeed Dr. L. Howard Schriver of Cincinnati. The delegates delegates selected Dr. R. L. Rutledae of Alliance, as the president-elect. Other officers selected include new councillors Dr. J. Craig, Upper S dusky, 3rd district, and Dr. Ross M. Knoble, 'Sandusky, llth district, Dr. H. C. Messenger of Xenia, was councilor of the 2nd district. Russia is greatly increasin its production of textiles. men. Scouti enrolled now are Robert Eddy, Raymond Fitch, Paul Lane, James Monafan, Bertram Galley, Richard Mclntira and Donald Keller. The Penfleld unit, Troop 148. U sponsored by the Penfleld United Church. Glenn R. Myers is Scoutmaster; Scoutmaster; Chauncey Neher is troop committee chairman, and William U. Myers, Orville L. Knapp and Virgil Del^ozier are committee members. The- charter members of the troop are Russell Prosaer, Roy Rledel, Arlo Witbeck, Donald Wolf, Jerry Belts, John Devereau*. King Carruthers, Charles Smith and Richard Carruthers. Troop 118, of La Grange, sponsored sponsored by the Parent-Teacher Association Association ,1s under the leadership of Scoutmaster Clifford E. Brooks, who has returned from Army service. service. C. E. Noble is assistant Scoutmaster. Scoutmaster. Edward Haynes heads the troop committee, with Dr. Arthur Wilcox, G W. Woodruff, H. M. Weyrick, C. A. Rawson and G. I* Myers M committee • members. Scouti reglitered are Donald •«*bold, •«*bold, Gordon Forbush. Raymond Ketchum, Robert Abramoska, Robert Robert Berry. Davis Noble, Dean Mayo. Howard Smith, Edward Munich Munich und Ron Hildebrandt. Cub Pack 114. at Wellington, sponsored jointly by the Wellington Wellington Congregational and MethodUt churches, is led by Warren Church, with I. L. Herat as aisistant. Earl Conkle it pack committee chair* man, and the Rev. H. A. Casildjr. Rev. L, E. Werner, Dr. Paul Wilkinson, Wilkinson, Lelan Kirkpatrick and Arnold Kiplinger are committee members. Den Mother* are Mrs. Clifton Rolfc, Mrs. H. R. Dafue, Mrs. Ernest Oney.jMri. Carl Oney. Mrs. R. W. Walters, Mrs. Carol Wight Mrs. Carl Betamer, lira. J. V. Babbitt, Mrs. Charles Freeman, Mrs. Willard Sheffield and Mrs. E. F. Schwanke. Scouts of Wellington Wellington Troop 114 will serve as Den Chiefs, and 37 Cubs have been en- rolle*. Among the Scoutert who participated participated in forming and training the new units were H. J. Ryan, diitrict commisssioner; James f. Mills, commissioner; Holland Hlggini, Scoutmaster of Troop 103, Elyria; and Meredith Barnes, of the organization organization and extension committee. committee.