Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 10, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 10, 1963
Page 7
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WEDNESDAV, JULY 10, 1963 4LtON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Urges Recruitment of New Shrine Members Home ttatmtgeil by fire at Jersey JERSEYVILLE - The Jersey- vlllc fire Department was called out at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday to extinguish a fire at the residence ot Charles Miller, 307 Freemont St. The blnze started on a porch of the home and two television sets were damaged and some smoke damage Incurred, before the lire was put out. To t-eaVfi for West JERSEYVILLE - Miss Marie Hall will return to her home In Beverly Hills, Gnllf., after spending a month In Jerseyvllle where she lormely resided. She retired this year from her duties at the General Telephone Company and moved to California where her sister also resides. Surgical ratlent* JERSEYVILLE - Miss June Ann Belermann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Belermann of Jerseyvllle, underwent an emergency appendectomy Saturday al. St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton. Her grandmother, Mrs. Theresa Bert 'man of Jerseyville, is also a pat- lent at St. Joseph's where she underwent surgery for removal of a cataract today. Return Kroni Visit JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Carrie Watts and grandson, Bob Bridges, have returned from a week's visit with relatives and friends. They spent four days with Mrs. Walts' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Campbell and son, David, in Decatur. Mrs. Velma Pellikan of Urbana, formerly of Jerseyville, came to Decatur Thursday to accompany the Jerseyville peopl? to Urbana to be her guests. They attended a program at the University of Illinois in which Mrs. Pellikan's nephew, Harold Shaw presented a tumbling act during the program given by the Chanute Air Force Band. Shaw, whose mother, Mrs. Earl Shaw is formerly from Jerseyville ••••••••••••••••£ HARTFORD COIN LAUNDRY Area's most complete coin laundry. Now entirely Air-Conditioned! • ••••••••••••••• CHICAGO (AP)-A pilot project urban renewal plan for middle Income housing in Chicago has been announced by industrialist Arnold H. Maremont. Under the plan, approved by the Fedotal Housing Administration and announced Tuesday by Maremont al a news conference, older buildings will be purchased through the non-profit Kate Maremont Foundation, established by Marefnonl in 1949 In memory of his mother. Maremont, former chairman of the Illinois Public Aid Commission, said the total cost for the initial project is $617,000. The foundation—which will have title to the properties and provide management for the project—has purchased two buildings and is negotiating for more. The foundation could put up to $1.5 million Into the project as a revolving fund, Maremont said. The project hopes to buy two buildings a' week in the future, he said, Rehabilitation will be done within the existing buildings without moving out tenants. Open occupancy Is a condition of the project. Current rent scales will be maintained. If the program is successful, Maremont'said, the project might be tried for turning slum buildings into "better housing for the lower income levels." Missionary Society Meets at Kemper MEDORA — Kemper Missionary Society met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Marion Voyks as hostess. The lesson, "Christ The Lord of My Life," was given in the form of a playlet by Mrs. Marion Voyles and Mrs. Russell Plogger, Mrs. Meda Tober gave a report on the first chapter of a book entitled, "Man Reaches Out to home of Mrs. Russell Plogger. is state champion of Tumblers. Mrs. Vahle brought Mrs. Watts and grandson to Jerseyvllle and was accompanied back to Urbana Saturday by her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Vahle who had been guest for a week of Mrs. Gertrude Jacob- she formerly resided. 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