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^ HUNTLEY '^om^ VOLLME j7 — NUMBER Ij ITHURSDAY, APRIL J, 1976 — FBONE — FP.ANK PARI3EK HUNTLEY, ILL — MN* 4»1«W ^vV.'-.. FACES TBB PBOTLB OF HUNTLBT SINCF IMI 15c PER OOPY HENRY MARLOWE TAKEN OFF COLLEGE BALLOT BLOOD .DONATIONS HELD APRIL 20 .. . . Are you 17 or older'.' I'd like to see you at the Huntley Area Community Blood Bank luesday. April 20th from 1 p.m. lo 6:45 p.m. at the American Legion Home, says Neva Rolierlshaw. Blood Chairman. Any one betweeii the ages of 17 and 65 can donate their blood provided you have not had hepatitus. heart disease, malaria, also recent surgery or pregnancy. Other deferments will be explained upon application please don 'I wait to tie asked! Anyone wish¬ ing to donate their bloud in the name of any patient, this is a very good op¬ portunity to help our Huntlcy ob¬ ligation. Most business places have pledge cards; please pick up a pledge card, till them out and return il to any of the business places by April 16lh. Any¬ one who doesn't sign up is wekome Cookie Monster at Huntley Supermarket to come in. If wc know appro.ximate- , ,, ly we can schedule accordingly. Please , ^ ""\"-' '!^""~''^'' ^'¦""'-' '" "'*•" """"^'V Supermarket ami gave away tree san pul Ihe lime you woukl like to come P'" "' '^''^ '""""^' '^"' '^¦'' Saturday. April 3rd. Cookie Monster was at th; «^^ X in at your convenience Huniley grocery to help litem celebrate their second anniversary. Ihis Sesami \^ People of Huntlcy have used a lot ^^""^^ character was pictured above with Bradley Ball, son of Mr. & Mrs. Den ^* of blood approNiniately S.-? pints "''^ l^"" "'""""^-V since Ihe first of January. Many pa- Ruth Schiiltze demonstrates cake decorating lienls have been less worried t)ecausi" i i . , ,, .„,,-¦ , . , „ . . , ,1 . II, Kt .U.I,., '.Isewhere in the center Ruth Schult/e Ot 4ti Street i;ave a cake deeoraling a simple telephone cull to Neva Robert- ...,„^^„.,_ ,._„ , . u , i, ^ . , , ~ . . , , ' "... demonstiation at Aee Hanlwaie. Mrs. Schult/e decorated tour cakes. Duee weregiven away al the end ofthe demonstration to Sandra f'rhan (Cross Cake). Peg Masters (lamb Cake) and Kathy Owen (Bible Cake). Mrs. Scliull/e has made lovely cakes for many occasions in the Huntley area. T shaw. assured the patient that the l)l(>od they needed would Ix- supplied. Please rememlx-r especially if you go lo Sherman Hospital. Ihal you Ix.'- loiig to Huntley Community Blood Assurance program in connection wilh the Aurora Blood Bank they will supply Ihc blood needs! Ask your minister if you are in doubt Fvery- one in this area is covered by Ihis Assuraiicx' remember ihe need may be yours! Ihe harassed wife may be you so let us please help by donating one pint of blood on April 20 I need you to tultill my goal toi Huntley Communily and Area. Won't you be a friend'.' Neva Robertshaw Blood Bank Chairman Amusement Park Opponents Lose fhe Rutland Township Environ- menlal Protection Association has lost its last battle to prevent Ihe erec¬ tion of the 800 to 1000 acre amuse¬ ment park west ol Huniley on Rte. 47. This Kane County group, repre¬ sented by Atlorney.s Ricliard and Stephen Cooper, say there is no high¬ er court to ap|ieal to. On Monday, April Sth. the U.S. Supreme Court rejected the appeal of Ihe group. The residents who live near the proposed park previously lost their apiK-al in the Hlinois Suprerrte Court. This must end the litigation. Allorney Lester /.ach/ek, Chicago, who represents the lamily Leisure, Inc. (Tut't Broadcasting) said that Ihere is no definite plan as lo when the work will start, though then' are no plans for Ihis year. The park devclopmeni isestiinaled lo cost $50 million and Ihe litigation has been going on since 1972. In 1974 Kane County approved Ihe zoning for Ihe project. 11 had previously been ap¬ proved by the Norlheaslern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC) and Ihe Zoning Board of Appeals. I SCHOOL MENU Menu AprU 12-15 Mnidav — Rar-BOTje=; on Kin. Frenrh fries, huttpi-ed fr'^^nn groon bonns. app'c ori.?p. milk. Tun=d.Tv Tari.'! r.r npaiiit- ^aittor anri jollv sanriwicb. but¬ tered corn. r>,itato chips, baked dpcc;prt, rn''V, S-i-ing Va rai inn April 16. :9 4 15. Historic Landmark Restored FASTER What would apjK'ar lo he the deslruelion ot Ihe aiuieut landmark chimney al the Union S|xeial Macliine Co.. actually is its restoration Smt rejuvenation A spokesman for lite eonipaiiy staled Ihat the cliimney will be abpiil the same size when repairs are compleled. flic smaller pliolo shows how ihe Iniildiiig r looked in Ihc early part ol this century when it was a Borden Milk Co. Since ^"ou'd commencing operations. Union Special Machine ( ci. has miillipled the size of wording on the oltieial ballot. this building many, many limes. Henry .Marlowe's name has been crossed oil the Milleni> County Col¬ lege Ballot. Marlowe, a resident of Huniley. was a e:iiuiid:ile tor the one year term Inr eleelinii to the MCC Board o\ Iriistees. .After the h.illots were printed it was allc'ged lli.il M.irloue had not pto|icrl>' filled out his I eononue In¬ terest Statement. .Maikiwe slated that he had already tilled out two state¬ ments of eeonomie interest when he sought a seat on the Regional Plan¬ ning Commission ami the Huntley Board of .Appeals, lie s.ud that he received the kiivelope eoiuaining Ihe blank to be tilled out but that on Ihe outside of the enveloiv was written. "I conomie Interest Statement (yel¬ low) to be filed in the County Clerk's otfice ami receipt returned w hen filed unless one has been tiled since .May 1975, then proot ol tiling imist be brought in." Marlowe said Ihat lie luul been misinformed. "Now I will be a write- in candidate," he said. Marl(W\e had tiled .ill other neees- .sary papers lor Ins candidacy and will face David Murphy ol Cary for Ihe one year term. IlunUey does not have a represen¬ tative on the MCC Board .md it was Ihe consensus ol opinion of the lead¬ ers ol lluiitle.\ that Henry Marlowe should represent them. Now it is planned to write Henry Marlowe's name on the line provided on Ihe bal¬ lot for write-ins, nut only for Ihe one year term, but lor the 3-year term as well. riiere is some doubt asto whether , thebalUil w ith Marlowe's name crossed out in black ink « ill be legal, as there be no taiu(x'ring with the Henry Marlowe, a resident ofHunt¬ ley, 111., is a candidate for fhe McHen¬ ry Community College Board of Trus¬ tees He is running for the one year term. Henry Marlowe has been a resident ofHuntley since 1931, and is married to Helen Harrison of Ringwood. They have five children all of which have graduated from Ihe Huniley schools. They have all attended college Byron is employed by the Ohio Education Association at Columbus, Ohio. Ann is married to a veterinarian living at Waterford, Wise. Lyle is an Engineer with E.x.xon Oil Co. living in New Jersey. Dean is working in the family business (was just nominated in the Marcii primary for a seal on the Mc¬ Henry Couniy Board), laye is com¬ pleting her Master in Musical North¬ western Liniversity. Mr. .Marlowe attended Blackburn ( ollege at Carlinville, HI. for two years, and graduated from the Uni¬ versity of Illinois with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. He taught Vo¬ cational Agriculture in the Huntley Schools for twenty years. Mr. Mar¬ lowe is president of Marlowe Feed and Hatchery, Inc. and Marlowe En¬ terprises, Inc. He is also Vice Presi¬ dent of the State Bank of Huntley. He .served as a 4-H leader for twenty- five years and is one of the men that helped reorganize the McHenry Coun¬ ty Fair. He served on the McHenry County lair board for fourteen years, and was presideni for four years. He was a tbrmer member of the McHenry County Board of School Trustees serv¬ ing eighteen years. Mr. Marlowe is at present a member of the McHenry County Regional Planning Commis¬ sion, a member ofthe McHenry Coun¬ ty Ixlensioii Council, and The Univer¬ sity of llhnois Citizens Committee. These activities indicate that he is interested in youth and education. These jobs are the kind that your re¬ muneration is the thanks, and the satis- taction you get from lending a help- ins hand Mr. Marlowe sa\s in his view the prime task ofthe McHenry Communi¬ ty C ollege Board of I'rustees is to pro¬ vide education to all citizens of Mc¬ HenryCounty.The skills taught shouki be in line with the changes that are taking place iH agriculture, industry and soc' 'y. Change is inevitable, so classes and skills taught must be the ones needed in today's complex society. Basically his concept of a Junior College is a trade school. This will re- cjuire that a great amount of stress be put on the skills of communiation. In order lor a student to leain, he must be able to read or listen. If we find that the student has not acquired the ability to read and comprehend, we should try to develop those skills. Once he has acquired that ability, we can teach him the skills he will be us¬ ing in his trade or profession. He is proud of the work Dr. Davis and his staff have been able to do un¬ der trying conditions.The new campus should solve many communication problems, and make for an even high¬ er level of teaching. The new campus naturally should lead to an increase in the college en¬ rollment. He would like for all citi¬ zens of McHenry County lo become aware of Ihc educational opportunities available at Ihe college, particularly the high school seniors. He realizes this increased enrollment will bring more money lo the college; however, he is .sure the college must study in depth Ihe programs it has the capa¬ bilities lo offer. He is very much in favor ofthe high schools leaching the communication skills; mathematics, history and science and leaving the teaching of the trades lo the college.
|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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