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r^T"' 9k HUNTLEY '^'^^^ VOLUME 14 — NUMBER 51 THURSDAY, MARCH 21. 1974 — raoNE — Wt'iU.t — It No Aacwer 4S9-tt998 4S^14M I > |K 'to 8 PAGES School Board Meeting March 13 The regtjftar meetng «f the Board of Educatio© of S<hool Dist. No. 158, of tlie Hwrttey CcnwoaidateJ School, w«S hM in the High School btiltfing, on March 13, 1974 at 7:45 p.m. Upon roll oaM the fallowing an¬ swered pwsei* Mr. 2MHer, Mr. Brettschneider, Mrs. Jcncs, Mr. Bond, Mr. Adams and Mr. Stading. None absent. A motion made by Mr. Adams and 2nd by Mrs. Jones to approve of the mdnuies as read. Motim car. nfcid 6 yeas and 0 nays. A nanttan ro»de by Mr. Adams and 2nd by Mrs. .Tones to approve ol the payment of the re«ulE«- month- br 1»U». Motion carried 6 yeas and 0 nays. ¦'A motion rtkade by Mr. Axiam.>. ind 2nd by Mrs. Jones to transfe- W83.74 frcm the EducationaJ Funj to the Impi«st totA. Motion c3ir- ttgA 6 yeas ar|l 0 na^. A motictn inade by Mr. Brett- ¦ehneitler and 2nd by Mr. Zilier t» ijppolnt KonA Kofdeyv'DixHt Baath, JKlmes Schuttc, Det^ Rodairtsld, l^Oots Parkek and dien Peroon to airvs on a study oommMtee, to stu- Phytskid Educntkn and nscrea- iieedgt. 'MaiUoB carriel i ^« - 1^^ »A^^ .. ¦ mi 2Hd by Mr. Adams to an^ve ef the Vl'Uage Boaid to bold an election to annex the cemetery to the village on tbe same diay as the annual schcoi election. Motion car¬ ried 6 yeas and 0 nay:). A motion nvade by Mr. Stading and 2nd by Mr. Breitsdineider to employ the C. J; SdMosser & Cotn- pany its auditors for the school dlis- tniot for the coming year for a sxmi of $835.00. MoticTi oarriert 6 yeas &¦ 0 nay«. A n>;tion made by Mr. Brert- schneider and 2nd by Mrs. Jones to approve of the eoritract for Vir- ganb. Brunschon for a sum of $6152 per year. Motion carried 6 yeas & 0 nays. ¦ " A motion made by Mt. Bond and. ?ind by Mr. Adams to approve cf the school census to be teken, at a sum of $150.00 plus mile^e. Mo¬ tion carried 6 ye<as & 0 nays. A motion made by Mr. AdEuns and 2nd by Mrs. Jones to approve of the VocationaJ Plan as presented for the schooi year of 1974 & 75. Motion carried 6 yeas and & nays. A motion nvade by Mr. Adams and 2nd by Mrs. Jones to approve of the litle two project fbr the simi of $1213.3.1 foi- the school year of 197.1 & 74. Mi^iofi cawied 6 yeas & 0 nay.s. A motion niiide hy Mr. Bond and 2nd by Mr. BiT-tl.'?rhneider to wp- prove of tht' Title tliri>e project for Continued on Page Two SCHOOL BOARD Police Report Two juvenilos were arrested by Huniley Police for the theft of a mini bike December 7, 1973. The bike had previously been reoovere by Huntley Poiioe. (Wicer Don Mc¬ Keating made the arrest after many hours of investigation last Sunday, M^rdh 17th. On Saturday, March 16th Offi¬ cers Donaild McKeating and CWficei" Carroll Robert Shaw received oerti. fioates fior attending a jwitioe train¬ ing course by the State of Qlinais. Officer McKeaiting is piotuned above Officer Robert Shaw is piotured be¬ low. rmim/PARuex "SS SURE VOU ARE RIGHT, THEN t;o AHEAD" — DavU CrwteM U atata per tln-Ofticial Election Returns REGISTERED VOTERS BALLOTS CAST BALLOTS CAST — DEM BALLOTS CAST — REP U.S. REPRESENTATIVE 13TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRIOT R. McCto«y ^R) E Va«H* (R) S Beetham (D) J Martin (D) L'. S. .'SENATE O Burditt (R) L Oaly (It) A Ste>ensop (D) W WilUeoifi (D) STATE TREASURER J Mullen <R) H Pajte (R) A Dixon (») (JOL'NTY BOARD DIST (l Nominated From Eadi C Skinner Sr .(R) C Fleeter (R) G Starr (R) P Walters (R) G L«me Jr. (R) R Frank XD) County 17,992 , «,583 2,248 1,810 890 10,415 1.266 4,940 818 7,728 4,051 4,799 1 Party) 3,22) 2,663 3,?41 3,6?4 3,239 1,245 Grafton 1 756 408 147 170 109 42 72 30 114 U 101 21 78 50 95 77 63 85 109 108 82 In the County Board District 3 Election J 0'l.aughlin (D), Hunt- ley^s DeRtiat wiio Uves in Crystal ^mSi2*Hri*« > *^«'°«¥«*'**' '»'*y %3»I^^N«fc.:.J: :..*:;.. *'Ti.- i% STATE REPRESSfATATlVE 33RD LEGISLATIVE DlSTRICTf B WaddeB (R) C Skinner Jr (R) R.'Stroupe (D) T Haraiian (D) COUNTV CLERK V Kays (R) N Wade (D) COUNTY gPREASDRKR A WiilKcnhach (K) COUNTV SHERIFF Carroll (R) Tyrrell (D) 15.154.5 24.427.5 5.662.5 11,245.5 12,091 4,800 12,056 10,837 5,524 APPELLATE COURT JUDGE 2Nn JUDICIAL DISTRICT L Rechmacher (R) G Seidenfeld (R) F Mahoney (1)) CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE 19 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT W Gleason (R) T Doran (R) N Gamberdino (D) T Brady (D) STATE CENTRAL COM.MITTEEMEN 13TH 10,034 9,796 1,599 *• 10,925 9,854 4,172 4,5.12 CONGRESSBONAL DISTRICT (t Nominated each party J Raiischenbergor (R) R Miltun (It) J Matijevlch (I)) J Craip (D) W Hartiiett (Dl COUNTY SCIIOOl. SUI'ERINl ENDENT E Ha!! (R) R Joliasoii (R) H Kenyon (D) REGIONAL BOARD OF 4,977 3,808 531 929 (,045 7.716 4,772 4,471 saiooi. TRUSTEES (Non Parfiscn) (Two Nominated) (; Foote B Winn RTA YES NO As of Noon, March 21. 15,368 14,905 2,777 27,533 RTA was shead 16,000 votes in tfae 6 County Area MENTAL HEALTH YES NO 13,833 10,541 PRF:cINC'I COMMITTEEMAN N Schnieker (R) D Tessmer (R) R Stroupe (D) R David (D) 270.0 189.0 . 259.5 151.5 1.38 96 136 122 122 103 9!) 77 US 97 66 72 94 ii 19 31 42 92 49 85 178 162 28 371 Graftov 4 355 199 57 102 72 17 33 10 6S 8 42 5 41 35 41 58 3fi 55 69 70 35 " I. V I27.S 157.5 85.5 73.5 89 40 84 84 45 69 64 37 70 65 31 34 55 22 9 15 13 56 25 35 105 87 14 181 American Legion** 55th Aniliver««r>» 1)I8 181 1 85 73 92 56 32 n»e Huntiey. "American Legian celebrated their 5.5tJi anniversary laM. Saturday. M'aroh 16tih^ Fallow¬ ing a roast beef dinner served by the ladies of Trinity Lutheran dwrch the We members of the post cut the birthday cake with a dress rabiie. Ihev are Harry Weitrien, William H\*be, Wodd War I •vet¬ erans and Donald Enatrom, a vet¬ eran of WcMid War II. After the cake cutting, awards were presented for years of service and a dance. Fox Valley Florists Spring Opening Fox VaUey Florist, on Rte. 47 at the raUroad crossing, in Hunttey has been under construdJon for the test 6 months and finally will be open to the p«A>lic on Thursday, March 21st. The shop wiil be sup- poi-tetl by Teleftora and Florafax, &ite«>aitkm£d. the onder iny wire or phone people, and they will be cap¬ able of taking your atOars this weekend. The Chalet design ofllers several unique ideas involving donal ar¬ rangements, potted plantlr»gs, as well as a variety of ternarJums. At a later date, Kasyle arUidpates on displaying an assortment of house plants and gift tbought ideas through their new greenhouse which should be completed by June 1st of this year. - Mr. Eind Mrs. Cina would both like to extend a wann welcome lo every, one on Friday and Saturday by giv¬ ing a free flower at the front door. Paildng will be made availaide in tho rear of the Flower shop and we ask that yai please regtoter at the dora- to rec<Nve your door prize coupon. Little League Meeting There will be a little League meetiDg Thursday, Apiil 4, at 8 p.m. at the Huntley Legion Home. Wo need coaches, heJpets and um¬ pires. Anyone Interested, pleaee at¬ tend or caa 669-5949. Frank Pari¬ sek. Basketball Game WJJD v» Huntley Tlie Huntley Medical BuMng is sponsoring a basketball game fea¬ turing WJJD Radio StaUon's bas- kotball team and a local team of school teachers and businessmen. The basketball game wiH be held at Oie Huntley High School gym on April 3rd at 7:30 p.m. The tick¬ et prices will be $1.5© for adults and $.75 for students. Tickets can be purchased at Chuck's Baither- shc^ and the State Bank of Hunt¬ ley'. Ooacihes of the k«al team will be Bud Weber atid Wiayne ^Jmmer. man The referees will be Cilen De¬ laney and Bil Moylan. Tlie WJJD Disc Jockeys have an excellent baske«b«ll team as they have beon playing at vaKous oom- m unities this winten and have an excellent winning record. The local team will have to get in a kJt of praotice and will certainly need the cheers of the home cixxwd to help tijom win this trig game. Special half-time entertainment is planned. Additional security will be pro¬ vided to keep streakers from run¬ ning tlirough the gym. Please be in attendance to help make this a successful project. Spring Vacation To Start April 9 Humley gchooli Oiainat No. 158 will begin its Spring: Vaoation at the close of scbool on April 9. Sbudeote wdH ret^KTi to the dassroohis on Tuesday, April 16.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
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