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^^ HUNTLEY ^°«'«'^e THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1962 VOLUME 3 — NUMBER 30 PHONB: 312-669-5621 (any tlm«> (If no anwser) 815-4590998 CC-IOU FILE J .1 12 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 5c VKR COPV NEW POLICE CHIEF HIRED Pictured above are Members of the village board and Huntley's new chief of police Mr. Raymond Burton. ^y P.T.A. Variety Sko^vr Held A number of interesting and en¬ tertaining acts were presented by various groups fron^Huntley. The first act was presei^^^^y a chorus line done under llr effects of black lights; the second act was two piano solos by Marjorie Jen¬ sen; The 'Teachers Band' played three numbers; then the aduience participated in a community sing numbiM- led by 'Mitch Miller' Bud Wober; Mike Shebeko then played two accordian selections; "The Lion's Club presented a men's chorus presenting two vocal selec¬ tions; the ne.xt act then featured Larry Delany on several trap drum solos; an interesting feature then followed, a bull and dog, (lancing to "Tea for Two"; The Congregational Church Junior Junior Choir presented three v<x;al .selections; following this, Mr. G. Delany and Mr. W. Burmeister presented following this, Mr. G. Delaney and Mr. W. Burmeister presented a cornet .solo with piano accompaniment, respectively, bas¬ ed on a number performed by Mr. Burke, and accompanist, a highly capable performer (this number was presented under spe¬ cial lighting effects, and with spe¬ cial 'smaller' equipment); next, two American Legion men lead a "Sing-Along"; the last event was "Autumn Leaves" with audience participation. Mr. Bud Weber was Master of Cermonics; Mr. G. Delaney was the General Chairman and Pro¬ gram Organizer. Mr. Jerlcy was the Music Consultant; and Mrs. Perley was the General Accom¬ panist. Cadet Band The 45 piece Huntley Cons. Schools Cadet Band of 6th, 7th, and 8th graders presented the half-time show at the recent foot¬ ball game (of October 19, 1962). The title of the show was SACKS APPEAL, as arranged by F. Piersol. The band marched onto the field in block formation, and turned towards the audience, then the introductory theme was play- CONTINUED ON PAOE TEN Cadet Band -NOTICE- Beginning this Sunday October 28, there^^WH be rTWmilWerW*. ¦ " ty for all are teenagers. It will be held in the basement banquet- room of the Bowl Hi Bowling Al¬ ley. The dance will be from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. A variety of dances will b played during the three hour party including dance con¬ tests and prizes for the winners. The party is being held under the auspice and supervision of radio station WRMN Elgin, Illinois. N.F.O. Speaks America's farm families are en¬ gaged in an all-out effort to solve their own problems by working to¬ gether, by standing together in the market place and pricing their own products instead of begging, as in the past. "What will you give mo?" It would seem that other faiTners who lack the cour¬ age to fight for their rjght them¬ selves would at least applaud the work of their braver neighbors. You'd think the meek would see that their more courageous neigh¬ bors were launching an effort that cou'uld be of great benefit and would stand silently by. Not so. We have learned of or¬ ganized efforts to get these mis¬ guided farmers to sell during the NFO holding action, thereby join¬ ing forces with the interests that seek to continue to exploit farmers undercutting the efforts of their own friends and neighbors. It is hard to see how any Ameri¬ can could deliberately pledge him¬ self to try to destroy the work of others of his own professional class and of his own community. Would you sow thistles in your neighbors wheat? They why try to keep him from getting a price for his golden grain? In so fighting their neighbors farmers tear down their own CONTINUED ON PAGE TEN County Column -NOTICE- by R. A. Perley The Annual Grade School Win¬ ter Concert has been changed to Wednesday Evening, November 28, 1962, at 8:15 p.m. at the an¬ nounced due to local church serv¬ ices the Wednesday evening prior to Thanksgiving. ¦4> Grrand opening .ac-^wie" >* X '*»*. The Grand Opening sale of Huntley 111. completely new Ben Franklin StoA tp Main St. will be held Nov.T-T & 24, Mr. Joe Rizzo, owner-operator, announced this week. There will be a large number of special merchandise values that have been purchased for the open¬ ing, he disclosed. Attractive gifts will be presented to all adult shopp>ers and their children. (If desirable, briefly describe the gifts. The store will Iv open from 8 a.m. to 9 p. m. each day of the Grand Opening sale. "Opening just at the Christmas shopping season," (Mr. Rizzo an¬ nounced, "we will offer a complete selection of school supplies cloth¬ ing needs, toys and gift items, or other oppropriate sp)ecials). Our values will include popular brands that are steady faK'orites with Huntley families, as well as many items that are new in retail stores this .season." The completely .self service store will have a wide assortment of variety items arranged in displays which provide the greatest con¬ venience to shoppers he added. All articles will be within easy reach and clearly price-marked. Located close to plenty of free parking space, the store is com¬ fortably air conditioned and equip¬ ped with rpodern lighting. (Mr. Rizzo'sl store is one of the more than 2,4(X) independent Ben Franklin businesses which work cooperatively with Butler Bros., nationwide merchandising organ¬ ization. The Ben Franklin plan is (Resigned to enable local stores, operated to fit the needs of their communities, to offer more than 14,000 items of quality merchan¬ dise at lower prices. Men with and without previous retailing experience, following the Butler Brothers plan of operation, have become successful store op¬ erators, he continued. Explaining the Ben Franklin or- CONTINUED ON PAOE TWO Grand Opening -NOTICE- "tftHrfPbfigt^^e BMMbitt turn- ner tonight at the Fire Station. Tickets can iitlll be purchased at Heineys tap, and' The Dowl-HI Lanes. P.T.A. Meeting by R. A. Perley The Huntley P.T.A. chapter acted as the sponsoring agent for the recent meeting of the McHen¬ ry County P.T.A. Council the meeting was held in the Huntley Cons. Schools cafeteria, at 8:00 p.m. on October 18 1%2. The meeting was opened by Council President Rekenthaler. Various business items were discussed and taken care of before going to the program. The District of the Illi¬ nois P.T.A. was present, she pre¬ sented a greeting to the P.T.A. people present. The District Audio visual Director was also present; she talked of her work, and men¬ tioned that if any P.T.A. group was interested in her services, tha they should contact her. Mr. Stanley Blumberg presented a program concerning the "(3om- baiting of Juuvenile Delinquency" he based his report on the Con¬ gressional Report concerning'Ju¬ venile Delinquency. Mr. Blumherg is also the vice-president of the Mc¬ Henry County P.T.A. Council. Following the meeting, refresh¬ ments w'ere served by the Huntley P.T.A. Approximately 60 people were present!, Kvith the greater share being from Huntley. -NOTICE- The Grace Circle of Grace Church, Woodstock, will present Florence Bourke-Ellis in a Book Review to be given on November 1st at 8:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. She is a world traveler and well known in the Chicago area, and has been presented on two previous occasions by Grace Cir¬ cle. Tickets will be available at the door. The Huntley Vi'lage Board met at special meeting last Saturday October 20 at the Village Hall at .T P.M. The meeting was held to discuss and hire a new police chief, as Mr. Kenny Faye, chief of police has resigned. All the Village Board were present with the exception of Mr. Dave Rudy who arrived at the end of the meeting, business preventing him from comming earler. A total of 12 petitions were received by the Village Board for the job. After the reading of the petitions and the following resolut¬ ion, the Village Board appointed Mr. Raymond Burton of Elgin chief of police. Mr. Burton is plan¬ ing to move to Huntley after he takes the job. Mr. Burton has had extensive F.B.I, experience and at the pre- .sent time is working with the F.B. I. out of their Chicago office. He has had 29 years of experience in police work. Futher details will come on the new police chief after the November meeting of the Vil¬ lage Board. The resolution read as follows: 1. Chief is to be held responsible for the administration of the Po¬ lice Department. 2. He is to set the hours of work for both hiimelf, and any other men in his|S^rtment. 3. He is to^Lep inventory of the deiMirtments belongings, and char¬ ged also. 4. Uc ia. tio. nrrtat «»» ¦^iQCBm -i-ii each year fdr hfm^lf and h» men. )sununer & winter one of each) 5. The Chiefjs report is required each mont4 js will consist of unusual evai.>, accidents, break- ins etc that sHould be mentioned to the village board of Huntley. 6. He will set up a system of ris- tributing vehicle tax stickers, .sell them and also bookeeping thereof. Extra help will not be hired for this. 7. At the present time the officers are held responsible for checking the water meters every 3 months. Until a different arrangement can be made and approval of the vil¬ lage board ths will be in effect. 8. He will be responsible for all trafic control within the limits of the Village. 9. During school months, a officer is to be on duty at highway 47 times a day. He is not held re¬ sponsible for the deputy on duty on 47 on Mill street. He will be instructed by the Supt. of the Huntley High School. 10. The Chief is on a monthly and should be expected to respond to calls in case ofa n emergency. He is to use his own judgment in these cases. In case of vacation-he is to let the mayor and police- commossion know when he plans to leave for an extended period of time. 11. The chief is to see that the village hall is kept neat and clean at all times. The village hall is considered under the administra¬ tion of the Chief. 12. The (Thief will be furnished a calendar of events from the school for the coming events. This might require some extra planing be¬ cause of traffic problems. 13. Business places should be checked for locked doors and win¬ dows each night. In the past we feel this part of officer duty has been neglected. 14. The chief is to submit a bud¬ get for the following years esti¬ mated expenditures. 15. The Chief rfiall have the desig¬ nated authority to change, correct and administer his department at his discreatlon. Any form of c<mi- plaint from a parent or his own men should first go to him. The I CONTINVBD ON PAOE tmS .
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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