The Huntley Farmside
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^atimltk Uf 'OV VOU^ 15. -. Ngl^^ff^ ts THinWDAY, JANUARY 2, 1»7S FRANK PARlSeK PO 192 HUNTLEY. ILL *«l«UiB:TOU ARS KKaiT.'IWI^ <St» AfWAO" — OaHi Croefcetl 8 PAGES ^%Br4rViece is Mr. Al AUen. owner of ttM» HeoOey Soper- market^ aad Us three CUMrea, Kcaay. (left), Calky (center), and Lenny (Rl^t), as tfaey drew the taanus of (fae wtamers of tiie atdfs apisfaaaa Coetest. The wfamers are: Betty Stewart, ruuvus oy t>a*e Hnntiey, a turley; Amber Randazzo, Huntley, a large Chriat- mas Stocidng; and Rosemary Bahrens, Marengo, a ham. Jack Brunschon New RtHtd Commissioner Approslmately 35 people crowded hlto tfae eanaa office of tbe Oraf- tcam iiicage b> be pmeeflt at a AmUaued meetfag of ttte OrafDon ¦nmoafaip Audttoia The meeliutl «as eocttnoed to Tfasnilasr. Osttsn- berMfa fa> appdaft a MaaA aaaMt^t- «D «l ibs ^toansr if Ijoala Huntley Retctu Stjuad Receives $45 From Sr Citizens ^ JUr. ''Uki Btaaadmf Sbtti the nondiulian. By seoret baMot of the audttets and supervisor, Mr. BruQsdion was appoMted by a 3-2 vote. At the be^QKiing of tiie meetiag Siiifieirvfear Ruth iiiA«n«eri tiio^ present tbat this was not an open meeting but a oortbinued meetinig of tiie GheAcd Townablp Boand of Audttiors and tint tfanse present wooki not be given an oppoctuidty to speak but coiid ooty aotswezi quest¬ ions of tbe audjbofts to the point under disouesiott. Mr. Wireing stated tiiat he had been in the ooositruction busindss for many years and that be was fandiiar witii the ccpxipnient and todioiques required by the town- slidp road commissiloner. Mr. Bnaisdion stated that lie bad worked under Road Comnilsisiiasier Sctuuhtner ftw tiie past 18 yeans. He also presented petitions signed by over 300 residents of tbe town- sh^ supporting his oandldicy. At times Supervisor Ruth taad to call auditore out of order for abay- ing from tiie subject at band. Preoeeding tfae vote Road Oom- missinner Schacbtner oame out with a stiriement endoniag Mx. Bnaa- scbrai saying that be bad worted with him for 18 yeas and (faat be knew (iridltm Townhi^ Roa^ «B well as he did. . At ti^is polk tn the meelix« Supervisor Ruth called for nomin- tiUpns. The name of Jack BxunscbOn w^ piaeed in itmminatioo by And. kof Bi4^ Scfannck of Qr^^tai Lake ana tiie mme; bfi^Rogr VMng by Jbn fchult^ l^^jl^- Mir. Rtibh neit alatla ttvat under mtooas he oooid p^ Hoir a popte' ballot vole hi wtikh he wiii p^ faiitied to vote. Iha vote was 3-2 in timr at Mn BlUiiiclm. Foilowing tfae vole SugiervisW fttitii oemniended Road Otipinwwi loner Scbarfitner ior his yenami of servioe. He aaid faad woiiced well witti Mr. ner for ttie good it tbe tdirasti^ Mr. Scfaaobbner was oonitteadBd by aevefel otties f^esetit iaoiudine Ed'tVUfeni; ihatXkyjs SbttV Mall ''¦'' C^iUaned eaiPI^Two ROAD COMMnSlONER In place of excbpan«lnK sM? year, the Huotiey Seitor CMzens dnb made a donsiioa'lo (he RuMt- tey Roane Sipad of H$.00. Ihe efaeck aw preeaBted to Pbe Chief I^eund bjr Mea. Balm TfauRMV. QHa( t^sMti ttanlMri Hie sneup equipmat for (he resqae veUde. Re kAnmed ttae group (bet none of the 16 men on tfae rescue squad aire paid lor resooe caBs. and that tben* wok Mas sti&ifciy vaiimtary. He added that of HunOey's 26 Are- nren, 16 are on tfae Kasoue Squad and 10 had quaMfied as BMT No. 1, Emergency Room Tedmictans. These 10 men are i^owed to nm EKO mactdnes, admtniBter oantio pulmonale resuscitaltton amd give first aid at tfae scene of an aocident or at an emergency caK. The Huntiey Rescue Squad bas 10 EMT No. I's now and by tfae end of next year plans to have 6 more. In order to qualify aS an EMT No. 1 they must take a 160 queSUnn wiit- ten exam and a pnacttoai exam and get 70% oomct In (he near Mare tiie Rescue Squad will also have one EMT No. 2, Dave CMdham, who miaiy ackninls^. ter *TigB, rv's and read EKG's per dodtoHs omders. Three or fow more firemen plan to take tins second more diffindt course In 1975. The reikiue squad bas a iadi> communication center so that they aub 'able tb'contact Sherman, St. .foe'k^ or Mefletary HospKafa, and notify a doctor of ttie paiiwte coo- The eqind haa an avenne of 2 ^tferfcentAi^ptr vJeii^'tf is be^ved tiiat aboiig»% of^^ hewt attack victin^ die from lack of fast care. Beoause of thds the flre depsiiznent always keep 1 or 2 EMTs at the Station during a fke call so that al emengencieB wiU he answered prompt^. The EMTs spend fourteen weeks, twice a week, 'in scfaool «f emer- gestcy room practice apd each year they have a review in the einer- gency for 20 houns. Tbe number to oaU the rescue squad is the same ab tiie fine deport ment, "669-2121". Ctiet Fireund ungea anyone who thjnias tliey are having a beart^-aMackto oaU that niBtiber at <xioe, as the EiMTs only have 6 minutes,to r^ivive.heart att¬ ack viotuns beftire brain damage oc curs. PMarM above Is Loala Vaa Aekdr, teSem'M'W''mStli''stak of r, f>H eaMK'at «fc batia aaoMl CteMaaa party. Ifae perty ^li ksH each yesrw «b*j8at«day befMe Cfarlafanai. Mlas Diane bmnwa leas eaa abe be aaaa Is ¦» fielan. Police Report 12-15-74 01:29 A.M. Officens on patrol Spotted an open door to a locsll buiJnes!5 and investigated the area. After the buiiMiing was ciheclc- ed the or^aet was ooii!acked and the bullAtig was secmred- 10:50 P.M. Pcifce vrore notified ttiet a water leak was fbund in the lorundromat in town. Upon arrival poUce learned that the leak ivias conddg fram a hose to one of the niachfeCB and it af^ieared that tbe leiack was caused by vandalism. 12-26-74 2:00 A.M. Officers asBds. ted a motorist in obtaining a ride to his hbme in hampsliire. The Huntiey squad mot with the Hamp- siiine squad and relayed the man to hds home. 11:15 P.M. Police on pabioi ob¬ served a stop sign knocked down at the kiteiseeticfl of Churdi and Second Streets. It appeared an auto hiad done the damage to the sign. 12-27-74 1:56 A.M. Police res¬ ponded with the Huntiey Rescue squad to an inhalator ooii of a chiW. Potioe stood by to assist while the rescue unit administered' oxigen and tnansixjrted the youth to tiie bosptt^ U:30 P.M. Police assfet^l a motorist wlio's auto had teoke down in the village. Offiows secured a tide for tiie man and Ms wife and a warm place to wait until the ride awived. 10:30 P.M. Police investigated an aoddent involving two vehicles. It iMas reported that the damage vras mdnor and no injuries were sustain. ed. liCl8-74 11:50 P.M. Officers In- veatigated a disorderly conduct re¬ poit. K was reported that several >if)Oths were throwing a^Twballs at an area home and generally bar- rassing the occupant Tlie hames of the youths were obtained and the poiico wiH oortinue to watch for futiier disturbances. 12-29-74 1:20 A.M. A man re-i" ported Ihat snowmdblles had been*-, driven accross has latvn. Poiioe coo ducted a search for the suhjects. . and tt was reported thA at/bear a - lengttiy search for tfae sobjects and the attempt by tbem to rtsi front. the potice they were booated. The'* oompiainant did not ago a com¬ plaint. However, the subjects were , waiaed that hirther disrlspeot fcr j prtvafbe payarty^y^aiM^resxai in ^ Kane Oooity: SttiAfs oAoe bi the ijof ^a§ accident. AH was tinned over to the Raae Oounty Sbmff's DepaxtmetiL 1^30-74 3:30 P.M. Officers respooi- ded (b a caB Uiat an intoxicated man needed a ride bome. IViiic Christmas Concert JR. HIGH AND HIGH SCHOOL.. CHRISTMAS CONCERT The Huntley Junior KSgh md High School presented a OhiiNtmas concert last Monday, December 16 in the grade schooi gym. Tbe pro¬ gram featured a variety of miislc- ooiredaited acts that were enjoyed by aH. The junior high chorus was firat on the program and did ttiree nuna- bers: "Mary Had a Baby Boy" . Ed PlckeU. "Away in a MMger^ - Mir- tin Luther, and "Do You Hear What I Hear" . H. Simcone. Then (he junior high band toOk over the apot- light with five numbers: "Rud^ih the Red-Nosed Reindeer" - J. Marks, "Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow" - Jules Styne, "Snowy Days and Mondays" . R. Nichols, "HeBo Holly" - J. Herman, and "The Lit¬ tle EXrum'mer Boy" . H. Sbneone. Then a dnmi solo was performed by Mike Baber title "Cymbals for Christmas." Sajidy Hight tiien did a ballot act just befbre an intermis- aion. The High Schoei Madri«sls tiien took over with three out of a soies of six folk songs by BrahoB. The ttiree numbers were "I'd Ekiter Your Garden," "The Rddieo," "How Sad Flow the Streams," Then the H^ school concert choir took over the show with five tunes parcifei to the Oirtstmas spirit: "As It Fefl UiMm A Night" . K. Davis. "O Oome, O Come Emmanuel" - Paricer-Sbaw, "Carol From An Iri.* Cabin" . Dale Wood, "An?els We Have He«ad on High" . Roger Wagner, "Baby What You Ooin' To Be" . N. Sleeth, The hd^ school comcort band then per¬ formed five numbens: "Frosty Tlie Snowman" - J. RoUlns,' "Waitz of the Flowers"" . TsychoikowSlcy, "Oariltons at (%iristmastide" - J- B. CaUdn, "NJght Sleigh" . O. Wash- ir^ton, and *jairi«tmas Chtmea" -* J. Kiro^m. Then ttie high acfaool band* feigfi s||iool chorus, and the junior hi^ otibrDus oomMned m a grand fbxBie oumber titlejl "A thi- biite of Carols," |tebai% viM^poS' songs of the ChiilittnaS IbaBani.^ The chorus groups are tinder'the dlxection of D. KMtti Browa anl the hand groups are under Uka A- rection of Hank Wo2»ieL Tie ae- compatdsts fior the sbow weia Lui onoe Stihacfatoer, Regina Maaativ, Pat onabue, and Oonnie Manli. vretA to tiie location and the man was very cooperative with pattoe and was transpoited bom^.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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