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.^ ^ HUNTLEY ^ VOLUME 14 — NUMBER S2 THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1974 — PHONE — M9-Sttl ~ U No hmmax 459-099S 4S9.|4S« FRANK PARISEK POI 192 HUNTLBY, ILL 8 PAGES 'VS sums YOU ASS laxSaXi THBN go AHBAD- _ DavU CrwiNtt !• ccsto for cepf Rep. Skinner Visits Huntley state Repreaenbaiive iCal Skmner, Jr. is pictured above at tbe Hunt¬ ley ViBaee Hal where be talked with Citizens from Huntiey last Sunclay nl«bt Ski^eer eeiwiated tbat there wAi be 30 ffllitDn dojlars in sales tax pdA \fs dowa^taie reeadents as a result ul the RTA tax. He urged Huniley rendente to help in the fight agaJnst RTA 1^ B«|i^iog con. trlburiMte to "NO RT\A, Box 3W, Ciy^bal Lake, UUnois 60014" ii4.*-...^ 9m^^^ to* Hundey of tile trem^idious sato tax to be neaiized &Yxn this openation. "If a Kane Ooenty Fiatiest Pre¬ serve is phceti between Huntley and Ae park, it will never be aWe to annex,"Skiinner commented. "This would be ashame.*' "What do you plan to do- now that the RTA seems to have pass¬ ed?" was the question asked Rep¬ resentative Skiiwier at his first mcctinfj: at the American L?frion Hall in Crystal Lake Thursday. Ma.-. 21. "The RTA "YES' vote apparently has a 14.000 lead ,over. the "NO" voite a.s of today." "We aran't thrcugii yet," Sktoner itettd. "The first thing will be to be <:onUnued on Page Two SKINNER Huntley Keglers Win at St. Charles The Mlowlng pictures, were taken at tiie Fo« Valley Women's Bowling Tovnament held ai St Charles, IIL IST PLACE TEAM EVENTS - Haasferd's Chevndet . Addfae Knnde, Karen Napemwa, Pat Kldn, Brenda Wells and Peggy Kande^ STH PLACE DOUBLE EVENTS — VI Jure md Carol Weirich. STH PLACE TEAM EVENTS — 5 Comerettes - Bernice Baunua, Mary Fedrowitz, "Swede" Baranan, Bariiatv Watsco and Dorothy Sch^er. Pictures wete taken before we knew tfae final results so, Five Coi^ Beftsttes want to cen<ratida(e aD (rm Huntley that placed in the lop five of die tomament. Annual Easter Egg Hunt April 13 The Annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Saturday, Apnil I.Hh at I p.m. The hunit will start in the Village Square for the preschoolers and continue at Dr'icke Park fw older children. A &r<*csrn.an stated that this year they will b3 askinu each child to decorailc an egg f >r the hunt and will he giving- awards ftr the ejrgs. They oan be cither rlastic (T i-eguliar eggs. More de¬ tails vill ftoUcw in next werk'.s pa pei-. Joint Board Meeting Held March 25 The joint meeting of the Villapro Board, Park Board and Sdiool Board was held on Monday. March 25t3i. Present wrre Trustees Fradk. ZHmmerman, Enstrom, Ackman, Stioape, Eggers, Manning. Si-hool board members Ziller, Siadling, Jones, Octfiiwn. Mante, Ruth. Simp- sun. Park Board members Tures. Ream. • The agenda frw the meeting was as follows; 1. Amusement park, 2. Swimming pool, i. Tenn s courts, 4. Summer prognnms, 5. Paint up, dean up, fix up v,'eek,-6. Coirit!Jbu*.iocis by build¬ ers, f| Project for futuTi3 caopeira- tion, y. How to exchange iirforma- tlon',"#t3Wl!Pi» JW®^ meewrtps. It was repr.rted thit the school Board is going to have a meetin;; with Taft Brcadcasting. Presideni Ziller invited th? other iwn Boards Continued on Back Page JOINT HOARD MEETING Court Report Ronald Macintosh, Riohard Mea dows and C:aig Tracy came to trial for several alleged burglaries in frcnt "of Judge Bake.' latt Monday. March 25th. Ihey were repreisepted hy th(? McHem.'y Ooimty Public De¬ fender. The Puiblic Defender asked for a cotitiiuiance t<J file a matter to suppress .statements made by the tlirce. The Public Defender alsi askCKl that the plea be continued The States ~ Attorney made no ob¬ jection to the continuance as he had se\'.-;j;il ainc^ndmenis U> the c:m- plaint. The mater was oon.tjmicd until '¦>:W am. April Sth. Cub Pack 167 Holds Pinewood Derby All Star Lineup Announced Coach Bud Weber and Assistant C«ioli '^ayne Zimmerman (^f the Huntley lied Skins have announced their AK Star liTK? up after extensive tryouts. RepTOsemMng the HiimUey team will he Cmach Ed Ream, Caadi Jack McUonaJd. Kedth Brown. Pat IMi:Mah<>n. Hank Woznjel, ISteve Eeavitt and Dave Wilscn, all teach¬ ers at the Hunitley Sshocil system. Thoir opponemts are WJJD Disc Jockeys Mark Edwards, Larry »en. ney, Bill C^fey, Craii ScoUt, ftul John-son and others. ' Tias game will be, bedd* at the Huntley Hi^ Schoijl Gym tt\ April 3rd at 7:30' p.m. ¦Dohiaft.ic* tick^ prices will be $1.50 for a«Wlts and S>75 for. sttsients. Tickets j can bo purdiiased at Chuck's B^titr Shop and th^ State Benk of Hunttely. The proceeds of this benefit game wH.]. be dooated to the Huntley Medical Building for the purpose of paying off the smrfl, existing morts:aKe. Mrs. LueiJIe Thurow is heading up Continued on Back Page ALL STARS Cub Pack 167 heid their annual Pineweed Deiljy, Thursday, March 21, 1974. Nineteen Cub SooUte en- teritt their Cats in tfae raae. Six heait.s were raced with the winners as foflows 1ft Heat — 1 place, Chris Coains; 2nd Place John Spears; 2nd Heat — isil Place, Paul Sohditz; 2iad Piaoe, Mike Smith; 3rd Heat — Continued on Page Two CUBS 1974 Cub Scout Charter Presented On Sanday, Mareh 24, 1974, the 1974 Cub Scout charbeir was present- od to 1^ First Oongregatiooal Oiurt+i and Rev. Robert L. F*^k l»y Cub Master Joseph SohaBer, for sponsoring our Cub Scout oracniza- ticai. This is normally preaenbed by the clnirch's Instiutional Represen¬ tative however, with our represen- taiUve Raymond Oarr, beiiig ie the hospital, it was poreisented by the Cub Master. Youths Participate In Volleyball Marathon Sbown'herc are ke«M»^ Stt alne Honttey youths ttat p^yifi in Vollejrbna Marathon. Waef ^: top turn: Jodn Morrow, Dare nu, laa.w. Enin, Jim Morrow. lottM' row: Gidl Eckman, EUen Ervbi, Bobbi Soe Tflaamer. Lance Lanb aai Daw» Woitowflki wete not iiteaent wtaei |lie pictare waa talWB. bySbelby HBI Nine youttis ctf ttie Hnt Ooq«M)- eadoncd Church partkltieted in a .vcSeyhaH miradwo hiAd at the First OcMB<raSi«tafc» Cburth of OarpentersviBe. "Ptm hmdred young CooHmmI oa BM:k Pa«e MARA1H(»4 Police Report A Volkswagen owned by Ste^tien D. Secer of Marettgo lepoHed lluR person or persons laiknown turned over his anto wiiile be "was bowUos at Bowl-HI Mbodey, March 18, 1974. All kvefltigBtiOB ia rtS pendby.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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