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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1968 RESURRECTION CITY II - In- dlans who toy they want their land back because white men haven't lived np to their treaties have set np a teepee and tent encampment on a corner of Washington's state capitol grounds hi Olympia. Indian leader Janet Me- Cloud calls the camp "Resurrection City H." (AP Wirephoto) Demos, GOP ganize In Calhoun HARDIN — At meetings here Tuesday, both political parties reorganized and elected county Chairmen. Jerry Corbett, Hardin, was re-elected county Democratic chairman, and George Lesseg, Brussels, was named to the same position in the Repub- Bcal organization. •Other Democrats elected _were: Leon Dixon, Gilead, secretary; George Grover, Hamburg, treasurer; Gerrald Rich ards, Belleview, vice chairman. Republican committeemen named Raymond Graham, Belleview, vice chairman; Chrissie Ledder, Hardin, secretary; Lester Bland, Kampsville, treasurer. Echos to Sing Communion Set Proceeds Sent The'C»ty of Wilsonville will offer three nights of free dancing during its annual picnic barbecue today through Sunday in Shady Oak Park. Fish will be served all three nights and there will also be a kitten' ball tournament starting Friday night and concluding after games to be played all day JSunday. 1 At 8:30 p.m. Friday Dick Sies will perform and on Saturday night the Chee Chee Meldi will entertain starting at 8:30 p.m. •'••'' ' • .j Jjudging of fBome EC, Ag ^Products Set ?1JERSEYVILLE — Home economics and agricultural general projects will be judged Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the Farm Bureau auditorium. General projects Include bicycling, arts and crafts, bird study, party planning, photography, rock collection, indoor gardening, electricity, forestry, conservation, etomology, garden, home grounds improvement, and flower gardening. Law for o e Q. I've acquired some land since drawing up a will about four years ago. Bather than rewriting the will or going to the expense of a codicil, could I just add a note to the will? A. Fortunately, the law sets up certain procedures to be followed when executing a will in the first place, or amending one. Sometimes, a will is worded so as to anticipate property acquisitions and to provide for them. Otherwise, any necessary change should be executed only according to the law. A note signed by the testator alone is not enough. Keep in mind there are other ways to dispose of property otner than by will. - Illinois State Bar Association. Submit questions to: &. State Bar Assn. TM1MJ8 Bflr Cfiirter Springfield, III. 08701 (taswoi may *ww in (rfltyronffi Personal an- GOSPEL SINGING . . . SAT.. JUNE 29 - 7*30 P.M. FEATURING THE "CHRISTIANAIRES" QUARTET MT. VEBNON, ILL. PUBLIC INVITED ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS ASSEMBLY OF GOD 146 MAYWOOD EAST ALTON Pastor: JEFF SMITH Youths Nabbed in Stolen Auto y&uths wanted for questioning In connection with a Hardifl burglary were captured in a stolen ear at a road block here Wednes day following a 110-mlle-an-hour chase by state police along the Great River Road. The Calhotm County sheriffs office said today that three of the youths are juveniles and driver of the stolen auto, Dennis Gene Kearbey, 17, of 20 Stanley Road, Cottage Hills, is being held in Jersey County jail on charges of .burglary, attempting to elude a police officer and reckless driving. SALE • MEN'S • LADIES' • CHILDREN'S SHOES SAVE UP TO 50% & MORE Western SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway near Spring Across from Burger Chef The other youths, two boys and a girl, all from Cottage Hills, aw between the ages of IS and 15. They are being held for jtivetiile authorities, Hillen said. The sheriff said the road block at Grafton, set up by city and state police, ended a chase east on the River Road from Hardin which reached speeds up to lio miles an hour. The youths were riding in a 66 Buick Wildcat which had been reported stolen in Wood River Tuesday by its own* er John A. Bearing of 511 Court' esy Lane Bethalto. The youths indicated that they had spent the right Tuesday in a cabin just south of Hardin. Blankets and "a lot of candy" were found in the cabin along the mino<s River Wednesday afternoon Hillen said. The sheriff said his office and state police became suspicious of the youthful group when they attempted to exchange a lot of ichange for paper currency at the Braden Phillips 86 Service Station in Hardin. The service station is the same, one that the Kearbey youth was charged with burglarizing the night be fore. 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Allied Surgical Appliance Co. 711 Main Bldg., Suite 600 Houston, Texas CE 7-45SB A check of the license plate on the ear in which the youths were riding revealed that it was a stolen plate on a stolen car, Hillensa'd. Three other license plates, the sheriff ^id, belonging to a u t o dealers, also were found in the stolen vehicle. Hillen said that when his office learned that the group was in a stolen car, State trooper Rutger Peters attempted to stop the youths for questioning, but they fled. The trooper gave chase and the pursuit ended at the Grafton road block. Men said in* youths also had $5 In quarters $3 in dimes and $3 in nickels. Two vending machines in the service station had been pried open and change stolen from them during the Tuesday night break-in, the sheriff said. ttinen said one of, the youths was carrying a radio which belongs to an employe of the Braden Sendee Station. Another youth, Men said, dropped a cancelled check which belongs to the owner of the stolen car. 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