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^ HUNTLEY 9^»««8^ VOLUME 17-NUMBER 25 j THURSDAY,OCTOBER 7, 1976 PHONE 669-5621 - If no answer c«U 459-1456 or 459-0998 F! ',X 316 n'lW'T.KY, ILL 2 SECTIONS SERVING THE PEOPLE 6¥ HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 15c PER COPY HOMECOMING \/VEEKEND KING & QUEEN CANDIDATES Queen Candidates, left to right: Ltianne Schachtner, Sue Beard, Liz Manning, Shelley Reeves. Absent-JoAnne Keams. King Candidates, left to right: Ron Schultze, Manfred Dittrich, Qark Borhart, Dave Lindsey, Ed Hare. This Saturday, October 9th, the Huntley Redskins will play Earlv¬ ille for homecoming. Game time is 12 pm for the Fresh-Soph Game and 2 pm for the Varsity Game. Prior to the game a parade will be held at 10am. The parade will commence at the school and follow the same route as the one for the 125th Anniversary Celebr¬ ation. It will preceed east on Mill Street to Myrtle Street, then north to Main Street, then west past the Judges Stand to Linc¬ oln and South back to the school. On Friday the Snake dance and bondfire pep rally will commence at 7:30 pm for High School Students. The Homecoming Court were picked last Monday. The King and Queen will be picked be the entire student body and will be announced at the dance on Satur¬ day evening. JAYCEE-ACE B-B GUN MATCH The Huntley area Jaycees in cooperation with Ace Huntley and the Daisy B-B Rifle Company will sponsor a B-B gun shooting match Saturday, October 16th at 9:15 a.m. at the Ace Hardware located in the Huntley Center. Participants are divided into 2 classes, boys and ^irls between the ages of 7 and 10, and boys and girls between the ages of 11 to 14. All participants in this event must be accompanied by at least one parent. Participants must register at 8 a.m. October 16th. There is no entrance fee. There will be two Daisy B-B guns awarded. GO REDSKINS HALLOWEEN PARADE & PARTY Hey Kids! October is here and soon it will be Halloween! Santa's Fund is getting ready for Huntley Halloween Parade & Party. Plans are as follows: Costumepandr - 7!0tpni SharpI: Place - VUlage Square ' Date - Saturday, October 30th Dance - Following judgings of 'costumes anc|refreshments. Once again, as in the past, we remind you that these parties are sponsored by our Huntley Busi¬ ness people and friends. So, let's all show our appreciation and have a big turnout. Watch the paper the next 2 weeks for complete details. NEW 2.WAY RADIO EQUIP¬ MENT FOR HUNTLEY RESCUE SQUAD When the State of Illinois granted 548,000 to the Mobile Intensive Care Program headquartered at McHenry Hospital, the Huntley Rescue Squad was one of the ambulance services which received two-way "remote" radio equipment. Shown above, checking their set, are (seated fiwm left) Phil Freund and David Veath. The sets will enable paramedics at the scene of an accident or heart attack to talk with the emergency department physician at McHenry Hospital even though a phone line is not available. to operate a ambnlance service. FIRE DEPARTMENT REFERENDUM On Saturday, October 16th, the voters of tbe Hontley Fire Protection District wiO decide wether or not the Rescue Sqoad Is to continae. If the referendnm Is defeated CUef Frennd states that the Rescne Sqnad wUl be sold and the nnlts wID cease to exist. Sbice it's conception the Res¬ cae squad was funded firom the general fond. Hie referendum will establish a special fund to finance the rescue squad. Accord¬ hig to Chief Freund, State Law requires that a referendum be held If a Fbe Protection District Is Chl^ Freund stated that tfae .25% is the maxlmnn amonnt that the Fire Department could levy for the Rescue Squad. He added that they do not plan to levy a tax. 'He said tbere will not be a tax Increase. At present the Huntley Firo Protection District can levy taxes hi the amount of .30. Chief Freund stated that they are not levying this amount for the entire district. He added that 12% of the money from the general fund has been used for the rescue squad this past year which was improp- er.llie Fire Department Is publis¬ hing a letter hi this weeks paper , explaining the aims of the refer¬ endum. POUCE CHIEF RESIGNS On October Sth, Chief Daniel Dziewoir tendered his resignation to the Huntley Police Commission with the following letter: people who have given me their When 1 came to Huntley in trust. To them 1 say thank you. February, 1974, I had only one As it would be, however, times goal in my mind. That was to give change and so do people. If is to the Village my experience in an with this in mind and with effort to build a Police Depart- sadness that I must inform you ment that was effective and that I have decided to pursue a professional. Ufe long desire in another career. I believe for the most part 1 j have chosen, therefore, that yon have greatly assisted in achieving ^ill except this letter as my this goal. Many times this ment resignation from the Huntley opposing anyone who would at- Police Department, tempt to take away any part of [„ closing I would like to say this Departments effectiveness, that I have made many fiiends The Department is relatively new ^hile with the Department and in its structure and because of that I will never forget their this many people do not really friendship. As I will always understand its basic purpose. To remember them, I would only these people I feel regret that I hope that I am remembered as a could not bring that understand- ^an who did his best for the ing to them. Village and attempted to place its I have with me a great and people first always, sincere feeling for the Depart- Respectfully, ment, the Village and all the Daniel Dziewior The police committee accepted the resignation and appointed Sgt. Richard Ptak acting chief. Gf RL SCOUT CHICKEN school board meeung DINNER . . . The October School Board Tickets are now available for Meeting is scheduled for Mon- the Giri Scout Chicken Dinner day, October llth at 7:45 P.M. in which will be held on Wednesday, the board room. October 20th at the Huntley Fire Items of business include pay- Station from 5pm to 7:30pm. To ment of bills, canvasing the obtain tickets phone 669-5751 or referendum, election and the ' 669-5070 or from any Giri Scoout. opening of snow bids.
|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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|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|