PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 24,1963 Democrats Meet to Pick Convention Site By JACK WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats got down to the business today of picking a site for their 1964 presidential nominating convention with Chicago reported a slight favorite among six bidding cities. The Republican National Committee's choice of San Francisco for its convention brought television-radio network pressure to pick the same city for the Democratic meeting. This would avoic a transfer of heavy broadcas equipment. There were reports that, al things considered, President Ken nedy would prefer to receive hi> second nomination in the Middle West, where Republicans hope to marshal a substantial portion o! their efforts to defeat him for reelection. The site committee, however, has other financially attractive offers from Atlantic City, N.J. Baltimore, Detroit, Miami Beach- NEW ZENITH'S Smallest AT-THE-EAR HEARING AID • Tiny lightweight. Only Vi oz. 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The selection of San Francisco was attributed in part to the feel ing among party leaders that local publicity would gain early identification for their candidate with the voters in a state Kennedy lost by a narrow margin in 1960. The July 13 opening date signaled Republican intentions to get their campaign under way early. Democrats are not expected to convene until mid-August. Kennedy already has picked Gov. Edmund G. Brown to run his California campaign. Last year Brown won re-election in a battle with former Vice President Richard M. Nixon, who had carried California in the 1960 presidential contest. The Republicans charted a four- day meeting, with the possibility of a fifth, if the fight over their top nominee becomes a long drawn out affair. The Democrats probably will settle for a three-day show, starring Kennedy with a, personal appearance accepting the nomina- ion. 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DeMolays at Wood River Seat Officers WOOD RIVER — Ascalon Chap- tor from Collinsvillo had charge of (he installation of officers of the Order of DeMoIay Friday evening at the Masonic Temple. Dennis Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman I. Green of South Roxana, was installed master councilor; Sam Fleming, senior councilor; Larry Grober, junior Councilor; Larry Trattler, chaplain: Lyndon Hammon, treasurer; Bob Maheny, scribe: Velton Floyd senior deacon; Danny Grober, junior deacon; Gary Tedrick, senior Bob Maheny, scribe; Velton Floyd, steward; Mike Harton, junior steward; Ed Cadle, sentinel; Danny Lackey, standard bearer; Harry Jeffers, Almoner; Terry Williams marshal; Pat Schreiber, orator: Steve Matheny, Keith Wil son, Don Hinnan, Carroll Slusher, Phil Griggs, Dan Foster and Bill Lengacher, perceptors. The new officers were honored at a reception following the formal meeting. Roxuna Women Attend Workshop ROXANA - Mrs. Mildred Hurley, cook-manager at junior-senior high school, Mrs. Edna Wai- trip, cook-manager, Central school, Mrs. Sena Schmittling, range cook, Central school, Mrs. Virginia Groppel, range cook, Rosewood school, and Miss Wilma raesser, director of school lunch program of the Roxana School District, returned Friday after at:ending a lunchroom workshop at University of Illinois in Urbana. Miss Graesser was a member of :he faculty, teaching a section of he class of quantity food preparation and use of equipment. Receives Degree ROXANA — Miss Rosalie Pearson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pearson of Rosewood Heights, a graduate of the Roxana iigh School, received a bachelor of science degree from Illinois State Normal University at t h e June graduating ceremonies. She will begin work in the fall on her master's degree in guidance and counseling at the University of Illinois. She has received a graduate assistantship. Roxana Notes ROXANA - Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Gillis and daughter of West Fifth Street had as their guests this weekend, his niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shellum and sons of Dallas, Tex. Robert Dinwiddie, of Ft. Leonard Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Dinwiddie of Central Avenue, spent the weekend at home. Four Former Alton Priests Are Reassigned in Diocese Four Catholic priests, named to new assignments Saturday by the Most Rev. Bishop William O'Connor of the Springfield Diocese, were formerly stationed in Alton. Other assignments were carried in a Telegraph story Saturday. The Rev. Paul Hebenstreit, assigned to St. Joseph Church in Church in Glen Carbon, is a na Church in Glen Carbon, is a former assistant pastor of St. Mary', Church here. The Rev. James Hughes, assigned as pastor of St. Rita Church Kincaid, is a former assistant al SS. Peter & Paul's Church. Also formerly stationed at SS. ^e & Paul's was the Rev. M. Brendan Keane, appointed as pastor of Holy Trinity Church in Stonington. A former temporary chaplain at St. Anthony's Hospital here was the Rev. Robert L. Heintz, named as administrator of Sacred Heart Church, Dalton City, and assistant director of Catholic Charities in Decatur, in addition lo present assignments. The Rev. Cornelius Horn, appointed pastor of St. Cecelia Church inGlen Carbon, is a native of Jerseyville. The Rev. Leonard Rathgeb, named pastor of St. Joseph Church, Mount Sterling, is a former Altonian. Back From Vacation- Find Tools Taken Power tools valued at $50 were reported taken from the home of Roy McCoy, 3537 Oscar St. last week. McCoy told police Sunday that lie discovered the theft of a saw, drill and sander when he and his wife returned home Saturday night. They had been away since Tuesday, he said. South Roxana Men To Meet Tonight SOUTH ROXANA - The Masters' Men of the Bethel Free-wil Baptist Church will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at the church. Stationed at Beaufort SOUTH ROXANA — Marine Lance Cpl. Dennis Krieb, son o Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Krieb of In diana Ave., has returned to the Marine Corps Air Station at Beaufort, S. C., after several weeks o sea duty. He is a member of Marine Attack Squadron 331, which operated from the attack aircraft carrier USS Forrestal to qualify its pilots in day and night carrier landings in the Skyhawk jet aircraft. Returns to Base SOUTH ROXANA - Specialist 4 Tommy Major, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Major, left today to return to his base at Fort Carson, Colo., after spending a 20-day leave here. South Uoxnim Notes SOUTH ROXANA - Arthur range, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grang of Roxana Avenue, left Wednesday for forest service at Mount Shasta, Calif. Arthur has been attending the University of Illinois at Champaign. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Potter of Southard Ave. had as their guests the past week, their grandchildren, Anita and Rhonda Jean Vogt and Paul Duane Potter Jr. Anita and Rhonda Jean are the children of the son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Vogt of Janesville, Wis., and Paul Duane is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Potter of Decatur. Driver Charged After Crash At Wood River WOOD RIVER - An auto acci dent Sunday involving cars driven by Joe Ballard Jr., 17, 210 Illinois St., East Alton and John R. John son, 17, 640 Lincoln, East Alton resulted in Johnson being charged with careless driving. A police report of the acciden showed Ballard was traveling west on Edwardsville Road. John son who had been traveling south on Wood River Avenue was attempting to turn east onto Edwardsville Road at the time of the collision. The left side of each car was damaged in the collision. Johnson is slated to appear before Police Magistrate O. W. Ver nor at 1 p.m. Thursday. A second minor accident report ed to police Sunday involved cars driven by Robert L. Bensa, 24, of jrafton and Merrilyn M. Apel, 18 200 Washington Ave., East Alton. The report showed Miss Ape! ivas traveling north on McHugl' and Bensa west on Edwardsville Road when they collided. Miss Apel was charged with failure to yield right-of-way and was scheduled to appear before Police Magistrate Vernor today. SINGAPORE — Increased sales of canned pet foods in parts of Vlalaya are being attributed to Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" 'keepers of pet tigers. PANAMA CITY—Panama has 18 grade schools under construction. FLY YOUR FLAG JULY 4th GODWIN'S 114 E. Broadway Alton's Commercial Stationer Bert Panyik Named Chief Of 4 Y' Indian Guides EAST ALTON - Bert Panyik was elected chief of the East Alton-Wood River Longhouse of "Y" Indian Guides at the annual council of big chiefs held during the annual camp out Saturday and Sunday at Camp Piasa. 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