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916 V(H.UME 10 — NUMBER 3S THURSDAY. JANUARY 1, 1976 — PBtfiiK — ensea U N* Aaawer 9'a/tm8ic(e .",.•)•» n>, T-j rr' S PAGES MAh.ia>' AJfflP fiksTRIBCTBD WKI.If per ee|ij> Vehicle Stickers & Dog Licenses At Police Station Chief Richard Nelson announced today that the 1970 Vehicle licenses have arrived. Residents wbo wish to reserve a nnmber should contact Chief Nelson at 669-2341 or stop in at the Village Hall to pick them up. The 1970 Dog licenses may also l>e picked up at the Village Hall Snowmobiles Information RE: Charging of Snomobiles Chief Richard Nelson of the Huntley Police Departement reports he has received the foUowing information of laws relating to snowmobiels. Snowmobiles come within the general term of Vehicles; however, such vehicles are neither titled nor licensed by the Office of the Secretary of State under the Illi¬ nois Motor Vehicle Laws. The reason for this is that they are neither manufactured nor de¬ signed for hi^way use, but are, in fact designed for off-highway use. Consequently, use of Snomo- may be charged when any violation occurs. Also any- "oOoraoB and ttetnsing offenses, ol the iSecretary of State y.,':... Springfield, Illinois it December 1969 San^uel D. Diamond As«t State's Attorney St«te's Attorneys Office Court House Annex Building Woodstock, Illinois 60091 Re: Snomobiles Dear Sir: Pursuant to our telephone con- verution this date, I am enclosing a oc^ of Rule 3-406, effccitve as ol December 1, 1969. While snomobiles may come within the general term vehicle, such vehicles are neither titled nor licensed by the office of the Secre¬ tary of State under the Illinois Vehicle Laws. Specificially, snomobiles are not titled or licensed becausee theye are neither manufactured nor designed for highway use but are, in fact, designed and intended for off-high¬ way use. If this office can be of further assistance to you, please advise. Very truly yours, FRANK E. SHAW Technical Advisor 3-4M Refusing Registration or Cer- ttflcate of Title. The Secretary of State shall re- fusee registration or transfer of registration; the issuance of a cer¬ tificate of title, transfer or assign¬ ment of a certificate of title, when the Secretary of State makes a determination that the vehicle by iU sise or design would create a dangerous and hazardous condition up<»i the highway, or that the ve- hicile is not manufactured or de¬ signed for general highway use and operation. The foregoing Rules and Regu- latioas shall be in effect as of Dec. 1, 1969. Neighbors Come To Aid of III Friend L to R Floyd Nickels, Lawrence Fettes, Ronald Payne, Herman Albrecht, Albert Frohlfaig, Ken Engel, Wes Diedrick, Gordon Dierick, Ue Hennig, Ronald Frohlwlng. No* Pictured, Lloyd Wetterdale. caae bearboard (while with gold JO ired SB OJSO ojy XaiiunH aqi Nei^bors held Area Famer On Wednewlay, Dec. 17th, the neid>bor» of lM«;l9le«i«)(4itftl!re<l at nis firm td harvest 2() acres of com. Mr. Diedrick has been hos¬ pitalized since December 9th with asthma. Following is a list of the neigh¬ bors who donated their equipment: Elevator, Lloyd Westerdale; com picker, Albert Frohling and Paul Winger; wagons, D & Z Transfer, Lloyd Westerdale, Ronald Frohling. Lee Hennig, Lawrence Fettes, Al¬ bert Frohling; tractors. Ken Engel, Floyd Westerdale and Herman Al¬ brecht. YMCANeivs The Fall Quarter of the Lake Region YMCA's program activities concluded on December 13. Among the program, which were complet¬ ed, were the swim instruction for youth, ages 7-16, held at Elgin Academy. All of the youths were given an opportunity to earn badg¬ es signifying improvement of their swim skills during the ten-week program. Participants who received swim awards for their progress in climb¬ ing the ladder of the YMCA's Na¬ tional Aquatic Program include Lori McCollum and David Hart¬ man from Huntley who received the Minnow badg*. The Lake Region YMCA will re¬ sume the swim instruction program for youth at hte Elgin Academy and the Woodstock High School on January 10 for a ten-week period. Bus transportation for participants from Cary, Crystal Lake, Fox River Grove, Huntley and Mc¬ Henry is provided in the Elgin Academy program. Additional b- formation and registration form are available by contacting the Lake Region YMCA, 96 Grant St, Crystal Lake, tdephone 469- 4466. March of Dimes Measles Vfteene The National Foundation March of Dimes is supporting the County Health Department Rubella Im- munizatkin program. Rubella — commonly called German measles — caxises birth defects. Pregnant w<Mnen must be protected from this disease through a community program to immunize susceptible children. The protectwn is mainly provided to children in Kinder¬ garten throug third grade. , , Ward Duel, county health direc¬ tor, has obtained a commitment of 10,000 does from hte state. The state has a limited supply of this expensive vaccine. The State Heatlh Department has advised Mr. Duel that this product is avail¬ able only for community programs, and due to the limited supply they have already turned down requests from three other counties. The program in McHenry County is to be carried out through the schools and is available on a first come first serve basis. At the pres¬ ent time about one half of the counties available vaccine has been committed. All of the feeder elementary schools — public and parochial — in the McHenry High School District and some of the elementary schools in the Cary- Grove High School area are pres¬ ently covered. The March of Dimes is provid¬ ing information for distribution, the services of oi|e of their staff members from Chicago and an ap¬ propriation from the local chap¬ ters funds. The Nattonal Founda¬ tion has several programs directed towards the elimination of birth defects. At-the present time they are assisting in Rid>ella immuniza¬ tion program in those areas where the vaccine can be obtained. School Board Meeting The regular meeting of the Hunt¬ ley Board of Education was held Monday. Dec Sth, in the board room of the high schodL Present were Mr. Jirik, Mrs. Thrun, Mr. Stading and Mr. Bein. Absent from the meeting were Dr. Grau, Mr. Bastain and Miss Mackeben. A motion was made by Mrs. Thrun, seconded by Mr. Bein to approve the minutes as read. Tbe motion was carried 4 yeas, no nays. At this point of tbe meeting. Dr. Grau made his appearance. A motion was made by Hrs. Thrun, seconded by Dr. Grau to pay the regular monthly bills. The motion carried 6 yeas, no nsys. A motion was made by Mr. Bein, seconded by Mrs. Thrun to trapsfer $8.87 from the Education Fund to the Revolving Fund. Ilie motioo carried 6 yeas, no nays. A motion was made by Mrs. Thrun, seconded by Mr. Stading to approve of thee payment to the American National Bank <3nd Ttmn Co., for the sum of $36,000 f«r the payment of principal on bonds and $3,691.83 for interest Also a payment to the Harris Trust A Savings Bank for the sum of $6,- 000 on principal for bonds and $6,711.46 for interest. The motion carried 5 yea's, no nays, A motion was made by Dr. Grau, seconded by Mr. Bein to ^prove of the application for James Rich¬ mond to attend a Junior College under the Junior College Act Tbe motion carried 6 yea's, no nays. , A motion was made Iqr Mrs. Thrun, seconded by Mr. StadiUf to adjourn the meetini: aad the meeting stood adjourned. , Scouts Repair Cabin Huntley Scoutmaster, Wayne Don¬ ahue, reports Boy Scout cabin re¬ stored by Life Scout Bob Warren, Troop 152 Lake-in-the-Hills. He chose this for his Eagle project which was approved by Huntley Troop 167 Scoutmaster Wayne Don- hue, and the Huntley Park Board. Scoutmaster Donald Applegate of Troop 152 also approved this pro- * ject On Saturday, Dec. 27th, the pro¬ ject got under way. Several scouts came with tbefar carpenter tools and scoutmaster, Mr. Donahue, and Mr. Applegate worked -ell day putting in new windows, repaliring doon, locks, chimney, screens,' lighti and Shut¬ ters. All labor waa of no cost to the Park Board. Also, the scouts offered to pay for materials, but the Park Board said they would pay for m*- terials from our local J. H. Patter¬ son Lumbei Co. in Huntley. We, the people of Huntley, benefit from these Boy ScooM and Troop 152 and Troop 167. Wot* wtH done. December Village Board Meeting A sped*! HMettos of tha Runt- ley VSOaao n»n€mn li4M-fiin- day. Dee. lltb, ta the boardhMm of the ViU^iie mOL The board members voted to in¬ crease the water rates SO to 60% per capita for businesses and 40% for residential homes. Tbe base rate for sewer users wfao do not have city water wiD be $7.60. , The stun of $9.10 will be the base rate for the first 6,000 gallons and will go higher after that The next 6.000 gaUon add $1.80; The next 10,000 gaOon add $1.06; tbe next 30,000 gallcH] add |1.00; and the next 60,000 66c. Ten percent will be added on for late paymtSk. , A representative from tbe Wayne Disposal Co. was present at the meeting. The representative asked if there was an ordinance pnAftit- ing Wayne Disposal from picking up garbage in Huntley. He was told there was not such an ordi¬ nance and he was free to solicit customers. He stated that he al¬ ready bad approxtanately three or four customers and would like to solicit naore. Tbe village attonrey, Mr. Mi¬ chael Caldwell Was present and the low bids for the new well were accepted. Bids were awarded to Lane Western for tbe well pump ($6,360); Bakley Construction for the well house $14,866); Vniversai Tank for tbe elevated tank ($112,- 210. and Zimmerman and Kahler for the 12-inch vaster main ($61,- 839. There will be an election hi Huntley on January 12, 1970. Tbe voters will be asked "Should the Village of HunUey be included within tbe provisk>ns of Article 7 of the Illinois Pension Code, per¬ taining to tiie creation ot the Illi¬ nois Municipal Retirement Fund?" This election was to be held on the same day as the (}on-Con elec¬ tion, but the village was unable to hold it because only the Con- Ckm could be beld on that dagr.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
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