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Pittsburgh North Hills News Record (Newspaper) - November 11, 1972, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaTroop 135 held a court of Honor nov. 5 at Assumption Church Bellevue to Honor three Eagle scouts John l. Lee Jerry Kosak and Robert Czajkowski. The Eagle badges were presented at a mass at the Church. H Jerry Kosak 14. Is the son of or. And mrs. George Kosak 242 s. Home ave., Avalon. When he was graduated from the eighth Grade of Assumption school he received the Mcgovern award for Naif staining the highest Scholastic average during his eight years there. Jerry is now a freshman at Avalon High school. He is a member of the Northgate Cross country a pc Waks. Jerry attended the Junior leadership instructor training course at the Schriff reservation in Mendham n. J. He plans to use this training As he continues his career in scouting. Jerry is the second Eagle scout in his family. His brother Tom received his Eagle award in in. Scouting honors that Jerry has include the Gold Quill award National Hunter safety and the order of the Arrow. He has also received the and f Altare Dei religious award. Jerry has Merit badges for camping citizenship in the Community and nation conservation of natural resources cooking first Aid nature personal fitness safety swimming lifesaving pets aviation reptile study. Painting Home repairs Indian lore canoeing Reading Bird study astronomy and zoology. A a John l. Lee or. Is the son of or. And mrs. John l. Lee of 101 n. Fremont ave., Bellevue John a Junior at North Catholic High school has been a scout for five years. He has held the following troop offices patrol Leader scribe instructor and Junior assistant scoutmaster. He has camped at Tionesta Aliquippa semicolon Camp Horne and North Park. His scouting honors include the a Patrick Henry Public speaking award Gold Quill National Rifle association Safe Hunter award. John has received the and Altare Dei and the Pope Pius Xii awards. He belongs to the order of the Arrow camping fraternity. John has earned the following Merit badges camping citizenship in the a Community and nation conservation of natural resources cooking first Aid nature personal fitness safety swimming lifesaving automotive safety soil and water conservation fireman ship scholarship fingerprinting Public speaking wildlife management Public health music journalism zoology personal finances american business forestry and Indian lore. John is a cd religion teacher and a member of the adult choir of the Assumption Church of Bellevue. He is also a member of Junior achievement. A a Robert Czajkowski is is the son of or. And mrs. John a. Czajkowski 119 s. Harrison ave., Bellevue. He is a Junior at Bellevue High school. He was in the cub scouts for two years and has been a boy scout for five years Robert has held the following offices assistant patrol Leader scribe bugler patrol Leader quartermaster instructor and Junior assistant scoutmaster. He has earned the following Merit badges conservation of natural resources fingerprinting Reading basketry safety Public health Home repairs personal fitness camping pets first Aid nature reptile study wildlife management cooking citizenship in the Home Community and nation soil and water conservation zoology swimming lifesaving rowing and canoeing other honors included membership in the order of the Arrow National Rifle association award and the and Altare Dei award and the Pope Pius Xii award. Robert has been an altar boy for the past five years at Assumption Church and is a member of the adult choir. He plays in the Bellevue High school band and sings in the school chorus. He is Active in Junior achievement. John Lee and Robert Czajkowski worked together on an Eagle project. They did numerous jobs on the Assumption Church property cleaned Alt the window Wells around the Assumption school and helped at the Church summer festival. The Eagle project of Jerry Kosak was the cleaning and care of the altar boys clothing and cleaning the place in the Church where vestments Are kept. Middle Road scouts hold fall investiture Junior troop 1296, Middle Road neighbourhood held its investiture nov. 6 at Burchfield school Shaler. A hike in fall run Park took place nov. 7. Mrs. Paul Fischer and mrs. Dale Mckean Are leaders. They meet mondays at 7 . In Burchfield school. Members Are Debbie Bucholz Eileen Daniher. Kathleen Dellone Judy Fischer Tina Guzzie. Judith Weigand Cindy we Loki Kathy Regan Maureen of Toole Beth Bagley Michele Murray Jamie Sauers Sherrie Stark. Jackie Mckean Sandra Guiliano Katie Daniher Paula Johnson. Angelia Fairman Susan Jula and Kim Ferris members of the troop committee Are mrs. James Murray and mrs. Gerald Sauers. North Side troop 56 Junior troop 50, Riverview neighbourhood is working on badges including world games. They participated in the Juliette Low party at St. Cyril Church nov. 4. Mrs. Carl Kulwicki mrs. Walter Brahler and mrs. James Turici Are leaders t. Meetings Are held in Brighton Road presbyterian Church Mccandless troop 1454 mrs. William Pleva Mother from Ingomar meeting a meeting of Ingomar girl scout association will be held wednesday nov. 15, at 9 30 . In the scout room of Ingomar United methodist Church. Mrs c j. Zukowski is neighbourhood chairman. Junior troop 1456 of i vue neighbourhood Mccandless taught the girls Good grooming to fulfil a requirement for the personal health badge the troop meets tuesdays in Mcknight school. Leaders Are mrs. Charles Guca. Mrs. William Rothenbach and mrs. Fred Carchidi at the halloween party held oct. 31, the scouts made Carmel apples. Girls made Ceramic leaves. A candlelight investiture and rededication ceremony were held at Mcknight school in october. As a Juliette Low fund project the troop held a White elephant Sale. The 35.65 in profits went to the world Friendship fund. Nov. 17-19, the 30 members and leaders will go to the girl scout Cabin North Park for a weekend. Ross troop 723 work on the needlecraft badge will begin this month by Junior troop 723 of Perrysville neighbourhood. Girls will embroider bibs and other baby articles for the Zoar Home. Instructors will include mrs. Charles Montgomery member of Faith lutheran Church and troop mothers mrs. Thomas Misencik and mrs. William Little. The troop investiture and rededication ceremony will he held nov. 17. Leaders Are mrs. George Seif mrs. William Little and mrs. Harry Miller. Meetings Are held at 4 . Tuesdays in Faith lutheran Church Laurel gardens. The scouts went to Ross Community Park for a neighbourhood party. Troop membership is 21. He worked at the summer Church festival at the court of Honor Robert Gerhart son of or. And mrs. Robert j. Gerhart. 647 Grandview ave., Avalon was advanced to life scout. Other scouts from troop 135 who advanced were Star a James Taiclet Allen Crivelli Dominic Dornetto and Philip Gottschalk. First class a Mark Kocent Ronald Faller and David Faller. Second class a Anthony Kopczynski Daniel Mcgurgan William Silay James Meehan Francis Benson and Michael Czajowski. Merit badges were awarded to Paul Bast an a pets. Mark Bellard a wildlife management and nature. Martin Bellard a soil and water conservation conservation of natural resources journalism and Home repairs Harold Crenner a zoology nature and conservation of natural resources. Allen Crivelli a camping canoeing and nature. Michael Cushanick a conservation of natural resources nature and safety. Robert Czajkowski a citizenship in the nation rowing and canoeing. Dominic Dornetto a conservation of natural resources and nature. James Episcope a wildlife management and reptile study. David Faller a conservation of natural resources. Ronald Faller a conservation of natural resources. Robert Ger Hart a motor boating camping zoology and wildlife management. Richard Harold a lifesaving. Citizenship in the Community and nation motorboating and camping. Gary Keir a wildlife management camping and motorboating. Mark Kocent a Home repairs basketry and Coin collecting. Jerry Kosak a citizenship in the Community zoology and Public speaking. Anthony Kopczynski a canoeing. Jone Lee a Indian lore forestry lifesaving and swimming. Paul Maletzky a motorboating and rowing. William Schmidt a personal finance wildlife management and forestry. Richard Schulte a conservation of natural resources. Daniel Smith a motorboating. James Taiclet a zoology conservation of natural resources nature canoeing Home repairs pets safety and first Aid. Philip Gottschalk a nature swimming and cooking. North Mont boy scouts recognized boy scout troop 335, Mccandless held its court of Honor oct. 30 in North Mont United presbyterian Church. Frank Finley was master of ceremonies. The following awards were presented Tenderfoot Schellman Chris Pohto and John second class a Bill Bailie or. John Hurley Mac Mcilvried Tom Mcilvried Randy Thompson and Dave wit Thohn. First class a Mac Mcilvried. Keith Jaworski John Charleton and John Hurley. Merit badges presented Rob Finley a camping. John Hurley a swimming. Craig Myler a a Indian lore. Gary Bergman a conservation of natural resources. Tim Mckernan a leather work camping pets nature and forestry. Joe Mulqueen a leather work citizenship in the nation and communities atomic Energy aviation soil and water conservation. Gettysburg patches were awarded to Bill Bailie Rob Finley Joe Mulqueen John Schellman Randy keep John Charleton Craig Brown Jack Mulqueen John Hurley Randy Thompson and Craig Myler. Eagle scouts Bob Czajkowski seated John Lee left and Jerry Kosak Good Scouters Admiral Perry honors its leaders several outstanding scout leaders were recognized at a Admiral Perry District s annual recognition dinner sunday nov. 5. In Hiland presbyterian Church. Plaques for outstanding service were presented to Hans p. Meier cub master of pack 171. Ingomar Community United methodist Church a cub master for 12 years and a Scouter for 13 years. Mrs. Tom Mary Lowe 20-year Den Mother for pack 160 of mount Zion lutheran Church. North Side. Ott Siefert Long time scoutmaster of mount Zion troop 60 Siefert has been in scouting 45 years. He has served As troop 60 s scoutmaster for 29 years. Other awards oldest troop a troop 60, mount Zion 56 years 10 months old troop 92. Eighth United presbyterian Church North Side 51 years. 9 months and troop 115, Hiland presbyterian Church. 43 years. 9 months oldest pack a pack 160. Mount Zion. 24 years 10 months pack 170, Brighton Road presbyterian Church. 24 years 9 months and pack 92, eighth United presbyterian Church. 23 years 7 months newest pack a pack 686, Community group of citizens. North Side. National camping awards a troop 60, mount Zion Ott Siefert troop 79, St. Ambrose Sam Juracko troop 83, West View United methodist George Oliver troop 119, Franklin Park Baptist Bill Smith troop 181, berkeley1 Hills lutheran. Tom Wiley troop 182. First United presbyterian Community House Herm Selvaggio troop 197, St. Francis Xavier Catholic Bill Neff troop 207, St. Sebastian Joe Krotec troop 304, Christ episcopal James Boyden troop 329, memorial Park Community United. Presbyterian John Douglas troop 332. Mel 1 Wood United presbyterian. John Forrest troop 335, North Mont United presbyterian Harley Myler troop 336church of our Savior Ken Niebel troop 368. St. Teresa. Ernie Rode troop 377, St. Athanasius. Frank Zokaites troop 612, mount Troy United Church of Christ Ken Hamilton and troop 683. St Johns lutheran. Charles f usher. National summer time pack award a pack 171, Ingomar Community United methodist Hans Meier scoutmaster a key a John Hirth. Troop 171, and John Forrest troop 332. Cub master a key a Harry Dietrich pack 640 Scouters award a Joseph Krotec troop 207 Doug Davis camping and activities committee and Robert Sharkey pack 640. Den mothers award a mrs Robert Shirley t Sharkey pack 640. Veteran troop awards a troop 816. St Peter Catholic Church. Richard Zack. 5 years troop 335, North Mont Church Harley Myler 10 years troop 652. Bethany House Samuel Morris. 10 years troop 197, St. Francis Xavier. Bill Neff 15 years troop 368, St. Teresa. Ernie Rode. 15 years troop 377, St. Athanasius. Francis Zokaites. 25 years troop 280. Allegheny United methodist Church Ken Arbuckle 35 years and troop 60, mount Zion lutheran Church Ott Siefert. 55 years. Veteran pack awards a pack 81, Marshall township Volunteer fire co., David Reagle five years pack 336, Church of our Savior Henry Fingal five years pack 777, Highcliffe Community group of citizens Henry Sauer five years pack 368, St. Teresa Ronald Partridge 10 years pack 620, St Ambrose. Charles Rothert. 10 Bearc and pack 652. North View Heights housing authority Herbert Bland 10 years and pack 160, mount Zion lutheran Church Tom Lowe 25 years. Others recognized were Jack Kuhn chairman de Sinkho District commissioner Chuck Martin training chairman Roland Skeen associate chairman of organization and Extension Bill Kolicius. Chairman of Catholic committee on scouting Roland Skeen chairman Goodwill Good. , and Dave Orr camping and activities. Bill Kolicius vice chairman and recognition dinner chairman Doug David vice chairman for activities and conservation Bill Lauer vice chairman for health and safety Hans Meier vice chairman of rubbing Charles Fisher Secretary Frank yid activities program a1 Grimes activities program Richard Orr conservation program Larry Polesnak conservation program Rick Lauer associate member John Forrest special services and Sam Juracko swimming Merit badge chairman. The North Hills news record received a plaque for its interest in scouting. Looking for ba8cams7 watch the cuss fillds 3 scouts awarded Eagle in Beu Evue troop saturday sunday nov. 11-12, 1972�?news record 19 is boy scouting too out of touch is boy scouting out of touch with reality Carl Christensen 624 Sloop Road Mccandless a professional Scouter discussed scouting today at Admiral t Perry districts recognition dinner sunday in Ross. Christensen is director of youth development for Allegheny trails Council. A summary of his speech a. Follows a scouting today is a lot More than you think. The images of a boy scout helping a Little old lady across the Street or ribbing Sticks together to / Start a fire done to relate to today. They do add to american folklore. A a in la relate to you something that was told to be by the Man who sets Pyoung people the programs at Flag Plaza. One before a program he noticed a hippy Type kid and an older Man waiting around. Our Flag Man asked if there was something he could do for them. They said no. They were waiting for the program to begin. It turned out the kid was serving part of an unusual sentence. He had been arrested for desecrating an american Flag. The judge ordered him to attend a program at Flag Plaza. The Man with him was a probation officer. A Well these two people stayed for the program. After it was Over the hippy kid had something he wanted to say. He said the program was most interesting a and that when he was growing up no one Ever explained the role of the flags in our american heritage. A Are we giving today s boys the kind of program they need or is it More for the Tom Sawyers of 1910? a few years ago a research team studied our scouting program. They found that while scouting had some great strengths it also had weaknesses. A we were told that boys wanted More of a hand in making decisions that 11-year-Olds Are thinking about their future that boys like to play team sports most. The report covered 163 pages. A we moved to improve our scouting program. Although we Are still Strong in camping and hiking some of the old skills like signalling Are missing. A there is More in the line of communications and conservation. The program was redesigned to help a boy to manhood at his own Nieset nov. 16 a11 a s o n a r k girl s c o u t neighbourhood association will meet thursday nov. 16, at 9 30 in Parkwood presbyterian Church Hampton. Mrs Arthur Franz Quot is neighbourhood chairman. A we renewed our emphasis in patrol leadership. Now. Before a boy becomes a Tenderfoot he must begin his citizenship training. A there is a new program for older scouts. Once a boy is 14, he a a different Breed of cat in his interests. A 14-year old is More serious and less inclined to horse play. Bowling parties fishing a trip to Philmont or coed activities if the boys wish Are included for older a scouts. A there Are changes in the scout uniform. Now. There Are four styles of hats including two new options a red Beret or a baseball Cap. Scouts have the Opportunity to decide what they prefer to Wear a scouting today is becoming More of an educational not recreational program cart Christensen

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