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^^ HUNTLEY ^<^'^ VOLUME S — NUMBER 42 THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1968 PHONE: 312-669-6621 (any time) (If no answer) 816-459-0998 V fiUNTLEY HIQH SCHOOL HUNTLEY, ILL 8 PAGES MAILED AND DISTKIBIITED WEEKLY 5c PER COPY Notice Due to tbe inclemant weather tbe Farmside office will tenqwr- arily be located at 31 Grove Street phjone 669-6621 Monthly Police Report November 1962 During the month of November 1962 the Village of Huntley was covered for 592 man hours with Police service. The sauad car trav¬ elled a total of 1168 miles, used 64.8 gals of gas, averaged 18 miles plus per gallon. One garage service, adjustment of tapets, and check for anti¬ freeze. There were 29 street lights re¬ placed, and 1 light in the phone booth. The furnace was repaired 4 times during the month. Lumber was purchased from Patterson for a new bulletin board New Uniforms wij?;^ purchased for the C;hief of Pit.i,i?e and one patrolman, lis bill is forthcoming. Sbc new stars and shields have been order from Hanson A Co., to be delivered any day now. A new office unit filing cabinet was purchased from Sears Roe¬ buck andco. gj. Twenty traffic tinlMB were is¬ sued total fines $24lW Nine radio all car bulletins were received. Two accident cases were handl¬ ed Two cases handled for other Police departments. Death of Mrs. Drendl as a result of accident in Du Page County. Four warrants obtained for Ewert for Carpentersville. Three fires One fatal Two grass fires. One false alarm There were three cases of re¬ quests for medical assistance. One tavern reported broken into (Town Tap) unfounded. One theft of tacometer from car which was parked in Union Spe¬ cialties lot. One report of bill-fold lost, One report of boys ransacking garage, which was unfounded. One request from Hansford hev- rolet for tow-truck to tow car CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO Huntley Harvesters The January meting of the Huntley Harvesters was held Jan. 10th at the City Hall. The meeting was called to order by the presi¬ dent, Terry Henning. The 4-H Pledge was given. Roll call was taken with 43 members present. Reports on the county meetings were given by Larry Johnson— 4-H Federation and by Garry Bor¬ hart on 4-H Safety. Talks for the night were Larry Albright, Feeding Habits of Cat¬ tle; Sidney Sherwin, Three Way Loss by Under Feeding Cattle. David Rohlwing, Bloat; Ed Ketch¬ mark, Giving Talks and Public Speaking: Kathy Kopsell, Trips to Heggemeier's Sheep Farm. One demonstration was given by Brenda Kunde on How to Show Sheep. The meeting was adjotimed and refreshments were served by the Rohlwing and Lin;ienkohl families. Kathryn KopseU, Huntley P.T.A. Meeting January 9, 1963 The meeting opened at 8:05 p.m. with President Perkins presiding. The secretary's report was pre¬ sented by Mr. Perely; accepted. The treasurer's report was en¬ tered by Mrs. Hernandez; accept¬ ed. No committee reports were President Perkins mentioned that any p>ersons interested in buy¬ ing a bond in regard to the $10,000 Huntley Medical Center mortage should contact Mr. Weber or Mr. Bonkosky. A brief discussion was carried out in regard to the McHenry County Junior College Lay Com¬ mittee, of how the Huntley partici¬ pation is rather low, and how it would be appreciated if some of our members could enter into this activity. Correspondence was read con¬ cerning several points, re. P.T.A. Scholarship. The program was then intro¬ duced by Mrs. Barrett. Mrs. Bar¬ rett called on Mrs. Hammond to make the major introductions; she introduced Mrs. Eells, vice-presi¬ dent of Region III and chairman of the irtate committee program for Illinois Heart Association. Mrs. CONTINUED ON PAGE SIX 4-H Report The Junior Clovers will hold its first meeting at the Albert Jensen home on Wednesday Jannary tS, at 7:00 p.m. All girls interested in sewing & cooking and are between the ages of 10 (by July 1. 1963) and the Tth grade are welcome. Acadamy Openings Congressman Robert McClory has announced that he has just been advised by the Departments of the Army and Navy that he will have vacancies which he may fill this year for both the Military Academy at West Point, New York, and the Naval Academy at Annapolis, Haryland. Congressman McClory would like to hear im¬ mediately from eligible young men interested in competing for ad¬ mission to these schools in the summer of 1963. Basic eligibility requirements for both acaremies are that the boys mbe nmarried and neyer have been married; have a satisfactory prior academic record and ability to pass the entrjuice examinations—both medical and academic. The young men must be at least 17 years of age and not have passed the 22nd birthday—before admittance to the Military Academy on July 1, 1963, or before admittance to the Naval Academy on June 26, 1963. Candidates for the Military Academy must be at least 5 feet 6 inches tall and not more than 6 feet 8 inches with weight in nor¬ mal proportion. Candidates for the Naval Academy must be at least 5 feet 4 inches tall and not more than 6 feet 6 inches with weight in normal proportion. Leters requesting consideration for nomination to take the exami¬ nations must state which academy nomination is being applied for and contain the boy's full name— not just a middle initial; date of birth; permanent address—and temporary address, if any. A complete transcript of his high school record be attached, & a letter of recommmdation (TMH the high school iH-incipal or ooun- €OTSrtSXm> on PAOE SEX Notice Mayor Wilpault Brill aruiounced today that Saturday, February 9, willbe set aiside as a day to clean up and dispose of the dead Elm trees at the cemetary. Mayor Brill urges that all of Huntley's citizens participate in this project. Fur¬ ther details will follow in subse¬ quent editions of this newspaper. Car 39 Calling Huntley's Chief of Police, Ray¬ mond Burton, announced this week that a new city zoning map is for sale at the Village Hall for 25c. This is available to the public and shows all of the residential, com¬ mercial, £md residential sections of town. Chief Burton went on to say that the Huntley Village lic¬ ense tax stickers have, arrived They will be on sale at the Village Hall. $3.00 for passenger car^and $5.00 for trucks. The Village Hall will remain open all day Saturdays so that people may have an op¬ portunity to pick up these tags. After March 1st there wfll be a 50c fine attached monthly to these license tax stickers. Dog licenses are also available at the Village Hall and may be picked up at the same time. The price of these licenses are $2.00 for male dogs $4.00 for female dogs and ^.00 for spaded females and $10.00 for a kennel license. Chief Burton said that the police department Is look¬ ing for young responsible men to act as auxiliary pollcehien and or a young man to l)e hired as a full time polkreman. Any one inter¬ ested in these positions should con¬ tact C3uef Buxton at the VUUge HaU. School Board Meeting The Januarv meeting of the Hartley Consolidated School Board rf Education -was held January 9, 1963 at 7:00 p m. in the High School Faculty Lounge. Upon roll call the foUowing answered present: Weber, Zimmer¬ man, Schultz, Adeline Kunde and Ida Mackeben. Absent Audrey Korwin and George Adams. Minutes of the Dec. 12th, 1962 meeting were approved as read. All bills were carefully checked before approval by the board and also the expenditures and balances in each department's budget fund were duly noted. Transfer of funds from the educational fund to the revolving fund was also approved. Oliver Hansen appeared before the board to discuss the pressure tank and piunp which he had In¬ stalled and the advisability of in¬ stalling a filter system to lessen the damage of corrosion in the heating and jjiwibing systems. He also stressed^ <he necessity Of cleaning the valves in the wash¬ room seats once a week to remove accumulated mud and slit in than which tends to lower the mressure. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Manning was extended -^.contract to teach kindergarten oVierly taught by Mrs. Doris Heffers, who is leaving us at the end of the first semester. Due to the fact that this was a mid-term vacancy it was difficult to find a replacement. " Five bids were received at the Dec. 12, 1962 meeting of the board on body bids for a new school bus. The bid was awarded to Bailey & Sons of Pontiac, the lowest bidder, for one Bluebird, Ranger body with a 66 passenger capacity to be delivered F. O. B. at Huntley in approximately three CONTINUED ON PAGE SEVEN Coming Events The Huntley Community Credit UnUion will hold their 12th annual dinner tonight, "Thursday, at the Trinity Lutheran Church at 7:30 p.m. Delwin Borhart wiU reside at this dinner meeting. Mr. KeUy, Sec. of the Credit Union, says that 1962 was a good year. In 1962 the Credit Union paid a 4% dividend and in 1963 they plan to inaugu¬ rate a 4%% dividend rate. This will be discussed at the meeting. Adult Farmer Courses Bud Weber will be discussing Quality MUk Productfon with the Adult Farmer Vlass this Thursday Jan. 17th at 8:00 p.m., in the High School Ag. Department. Mr. Weber wiU work with the class panel in discussing reasons for producing QuaUty milk. How to find problems causing potw quaUty, practical solutkMis to these problems, and How Dairy Farmeps in this area can stay in bustnen by producing a quality product. Dr. Tobias, University of lUlnoia Dairy Products mieciaUst. did a very fine job at presenting quality differences in mOk at the lact cteM meeting. Thirty throe pttend- edthisdaat.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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