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HUNTLEY '^«te '^'iy 'LEY !J^^::! sc;' ^,31 Hu^rrLEfy. ILL VOU'MK 4 — NUMBER :10 THlJtSDAV, OCTOBER 24, 1963 rilONE: .112 669-.5621 (any thne) (If no answer) 815-4590998 8 PAUE.S MAILED A.ND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7c PEB copy 3 Arrested In Trap Set In Huntley Thrco ,11 mcd wcro arrested in a spcc't-irular trap laid by the Illinoi.s State l.'Gl'Cf on Monda\' evening .-It .-it-vPNin-alely 8:00 P.M.. The capture look place al the conor of M.i'n and C'lurch in Huntley. Aeer^rdin'i to an eyewitness re¬ port by Esther Price, owner of Esther's Hi-Ho, "all of a sudden we looked up 'cops' came thas way ;\nd ''i.-.i' came that way. One 'e )p' pulird out directly in front of the '-¦'r)p jlTn on Church Street and blcnked the way so that the j-THy- r-oul(l not get away. He duck- r-1 ri"\vn :n the car so that they cmild net shoot him. Another 'con' came frim another way and said 'Get cut wit'i your hands up'. Thoy stond them on the sidewalk in front <f the C-^ngregational Church; 3 r-'n v—'"hed them with guns. Tbrn Ch'cf Nelson .-ind the State Police handcuffed the men and lindcfl them into a 'paddy wagon' nnd took them away. One man watched them wit:h a shotgun." Mrs. Price concluded by^fering, "You sure have to give thflPblice c'cdit, they really did a n^ job. Tf all took abiut 15 minutes and there wasn's any noise." The three men arrested were J.-imes Sherbundy, 43, of Mintum, Colo., Jack Klem,(ranon Cifi^Colo nr»d Arlen E Thompson, ..^M/cr, Colo. Both Kelm and Shemundy n-c on p-irol. On Monda.v, October 14 these 3 puller a bold ?7000.00 hold UP at the Piggly Wiggly Store in Crystal I^ke. ITie men stole a r='r from Martinetties rest¬ aurant use it in the hold up, put n;as in il. and returned it after the hold up. On the toll road from Chicago, the men stopped at the De.s Planes Osasis. Thompson told his compan¬ ions that he wanted to go back to Colorado. His two partners stated that it was ok for him to go but first they had to dump off the stuff al the "ranch". Thompson thoguht from Ihe way the mon said it they were going to kill him and make an excuse to make a phone call. He phoned the FBI telling them [Continued on Page 21 riodtn-fl nhiixi' i» I'atrir. :i-i .'Vn "v n<'i)t. iiiid A state l'«li«<' Dcctive with \nil i>\i):>ls;\cs tliDlic from the three mi ("veiling. ....„!,,.,,,,., ^,^ j|,p Huntley Police th;- RAmWer Station wugon, giim n arrested in Huntley lust Monday Police Report Limits Cluh Trap Shoot Club V lilfL^'. The Hunlley Police Dept. has announced thai besides the three regular police officers in Huntle>' additional officers will be on duty for Halloween. The police will come from Ihe Fo.x Valley Police IJescrve and Ihe radio cars u.sed by tho McHenry County Sheriff's patrol. Clarence Jones. IS, Woodstock .St., Huntley, was arrested Sunday morning by McHenry County Sher- t'ONTINl'ED ON PAGE TWO irfall^-ween Party The Hunlley Lions Club is spon¬ soring t!:eir annual Trap Shoot, No\-. inth from 11 A.M. to 4 P.M. tiehind Bowl Hi Bowling Alley. The Lions Members are selling tickets for ]'2 different prizes that will he given away that day. The main i)rizo is a Remington Model 870 Wing Master Pump 12 Guage ('OXTINTEl) OX PAOE EIGHT The Huntley Lions Club will pre sent their Annual ChilcL^'s Hal¬ loween Party, TuesdayJlRober 31 1963, 7:30 P.M. at t**^Huntlcy Con.solidaled Schools. The students in each of their grades, 1 - 6, y\ and R sections, should meet in their classrooms; all of the s'u- dents above grade 5 should meet in classroom 6A; the kindergarten students should meet in classroom 6B; and Ihe preschool children should meet in t'lc gym. The different groups of children will be judged on their coustumes in Ihe gym, under the direction of Ihe Master of cermonies and the four judges. A first prize of $1.00, a second prize of $.50, and a third prize of $.25 will be awarded lo each of the groups of children in costume. A favor will he presented to each child, in costume, present at the event. Refreshments will be t'ONTINDED ON PAGE TWO Grrade 3"A Miss Conley Fire at BenMtet Fartn Monday Huntley firemen were called out to extinguish a fire In a couch on the second floor of the residence (if the Ra>'mond Bennett farm east oil Huntley on the Dundee blacktop last Monday at 5:00 P.M. Upon arriving at the scene <if the fire the firemen found no visible sign of smoke |top|. However, unon investigating the itccond story and breakInK open a window, the smoke billowed out |bottom). Due to the prompt action of the Huntley firemen, very little danrutge ivas done by the fire itself. However, numerous antigue furnishingB were damaged by smoke find the intense heat. The firemen again used the> modem smoke raa«ks In fighting this fire. It Is beleved that the fire may have been started by an electrlral wire thortlng. F.F.A. Minitnutn Tillage Detn. Denr-'g Ri-i:->'n3&, F.F.A Crop Manager, Is showing the FJ'.A. boys |-!."(jreti .ihove the program for the comnyr.g mimimum tlllaga lienml- 4tratlon. The boys are left to right: Alan Borhart, Oary Botkart, Wayne Workowski, David Hemmer, Larry lohnson and Dennis Rudalnski..
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
|Rights||This material may be protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S. Code).|
|Publisher||This Collection was digitized and loaded into CONTENTdm by OCLC Preservation Service Center (Bethlehem, PA) for the Huntley Area Public Library|
|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|