PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1963 May Living Costs Unchanged WASHINGTON (AP)—Thr cost of living was unchanged in M;ij for the second straight month. th< Burrau of Labor Statistics report od today. Robert J. Myers, deputy com missioner for the bureau, said the consumer price index remainec nt 106.2. The 1957-59 price level is 100 in the index. Myers noted at a news confer ence that the price level is only one per cent above a year aero. "We can see how lucky we 'ire when we see what has happened in other major countries, mostly European," Myers said. He said the current stability "is more or less in line with seasonal trends for this time of year." Myers predicted that the period of price stability is about over. He said he anticipated an increase in living costs of at least one-tenth of one per cent for the month of June, when prices are SEEN HIM? 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Mrs. Bernadette Stiritz, Godfrey Mrs. Helen Hcnke, Moro. Kathryn Glassmeyer, Bethalto. Patricia Hardesty, 1400 Highland Mrs. Flora McGee, Alton. Beverly Thornton, 1126 Vernie. Manfried Neal, Brighton. St. Anthony's MEDICAL James Flippo, 3064 Alby. Mrs. Jessie Semon, Main Streel Nursing Home. Casper Crivello, Brighton. Mrs. Sally Held, 1504 Fourth. Sam Stassi, Hartford. Eugene Reilley, Hartford. DISMISSALS Mrs. Jennie Dixon, 2203 Ridge. Mrs. Maud Wooff, 1207 Marshall, Mrs. Alice Demuth, 1912 Myrtle, Kimberly Haynes, Bethalto. Charles Weaver, 3207 Edsall. Mrs. Margarett Van Duker, Bethalto. Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Chester Grizzle, Jerseyville. Henry McClusky, Jerseyville. Mrs. Francis Cummings, Kane. Mrs. Oscar Twichell, Hardin. Mrs. Cecil Plummer, Fieldon. DISMISSALS Mrs. Charles White, Jerseyville. Joe Scoby, Jerseyville. Mrs. Seaman Schaefer, Piasa. Frank Lawson, Jerseyville. Patricia Gowin, Kane. St. Joseph's MEDICAL Mrs. Rose Zotti, 345 Acton, Wood River. 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Mrs. Eva Warner, 3109 Mission Miss Joanne Wehrle, 3212 Alby Mrs. Helen Williams, Cottagi Hills. Wood River Township MEDICAL Ernest Coleman, 842 Lewis. SURGICAL Norma McPherson, 366 N. Cen ter, East Alton. Jesse McGee, 415 Monroe, Eas Alton. Aloysius Schmidt, Roxana. DeWitt Roberts Jr., Rte. 1, Eas Alton. Mrs. Evelyn Mandrell, 1350 Har rison. DISMISSALS William Drewes, East Alton. Mrs. Eura Presson, East Altor Mrs. Edith Pearson, East Alton Paul Seehausen, Cottage Hills. Larry Wiegand, 41 Penning. Wayne R. Hunt, East Alton. Mrs. Aleta Shank, Hartford. Mrs. Shirley Prosser, Bethalto. Mrs. Beverly Hottel, 457 Second Miss Thelma Juhlin, 29 Acton. Jess Dawson, East Alton. Lucian Kramer, 19 N. Haller. Tommy A. Trigg Rites in Florida EDWARDSVILLE-According to vord received by friends here, funeral services were conducted Monday at Miami, Fla., for Tommy A. Trigg, 58, dance band leader and resident of Edwardsville until moving to Miami 10 years ago. Trigg, a native of St. Louis, was a leader and musician in bands vhich played for years on excursion boats of the Streckfus Line and in the Statler chain of hotels, lis father was a resident here and died several years ago. No More Shells, Just Books on Shelf WINCHESTER, Va. (AP)—Two ivil War shells lay among the woks for years, fused and ready. Civil War buff Manuel Sempeles iscovered a 5-inch navy shell in le basement of Handley Library nd a smaller shell upstairs in a torage room. Librarian David Roland remembered how the shells had been ossed around during a recent cleaning and a changeover. Two Ft. Belvoir Army special- sts came Tuesday, defused the shells and carted them off. Roland made a quick check of he library—no more shells; only xx)ks. OTTAWA — Large reserves and •ecord holdings are now in the 'aults of the Canadian government. Want things? Watch the Want Ads The World's Largest-Selling Air Conditioner! NEW, LOW PRICES! 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