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?". HUNTLEY VOLUME 15 — NUMBER 52 THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1975 — PHONE — 669-5621 — If No Answer 459-0998 or 459-1456 FRANK PARISEK PO 192 HUNTLEY. ILL 10 PAGES SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCB I960 15c sutneosv ERMSTI FOUND NOT GUILTY BY JURY OF 12 Charles S. Emesti. Huntley, was found not guilty of ronninr a stop sign at Rt. 47 and Dwyer Street on January 26. 1974 by a jury of 12 in Judge Brody's oomrt room at the McHenry County 'Court House in Woodstock last Thursday. March 20, 1975. The decision was reached by the Jury in 7 or 8 minutes, Mr. James D. O'Grady, attorney for Mr. Era- esti, stated. Mr. Emesti was charged with re. sisting Arreat as a result of the traffic violation which he was proved Innocent of last Thtrrsday. "Ibis charge has not yet come to trial. On January 2lst of this year, Mr. Ernesti filed a suit agalws* the village of Huntley asking for $400,000 damages, through his atton. ney Mr. James D. O'Grady. The suit alleges that on January 26, 1974 Mr. Emesti was entering the Green iMamcmd Restaurant wlien Police Officer Donald F. McKeatbtg, Jr. and Cbrey St<4ilLqui3t acting s^ agents, servants and employees of the V3Iage of Huntley, pushed, beat upon the person Of, and physi¬ cally abused the person of the plan tiff Charles S. Emesti, without justification or provocation. The suit i«)es on to say. "that as a result of the assualt. Ch<)rles S E-ne'stl sustained serious injures to his body and that his ligaments, muscles and botie structure were injured and dam aged and any pre-existing condition that may have existed was asrgra vated and that he sustained great physical and mental pain and angu. isfa and will in the future sustain great physical and mental anguish and that he has suffered disabilities and dlsfiguremenlt, both tempKirary and permanent and that he was required to procure medical care and attention and will in the future be reqiared to procure medical oare and atttention at great expense to to the patient and that he was pre¬ vented from attending the ordinary things of life, thereby losing great gaina he woidd have otherwies gained." In addition to the suit filed against the Village of Huntley and the 2 Poiioe Offioers, a suit has been filed b Federal Court for $400,000 aganst Officers Stohlquist and McKeating for damages. The suit in Counrty Court is set for the April jury- call. No date has been set for tiic federal charges. 3rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt Huntley's 3rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt, which is sponsored by our business people end riemds of Hunt¬ ley, will be held Saturday, March 29th. Following is the ¦adiedule of events: Village Square . 1:00 pjn.. Egg Hunt for all children, pre¬ school thru kindeitgarten. Basteir Bunny and friends on hand. Deieke Park following egg hunt, a decorated egg tOiAest for ages 1st grade thru 8th grade. Don't forget! AU kids, 1st grade thni 6th grade. We will again have a con'est for the best decorated egg.';. Get your ideas together now and brinjf your decorated egg to Uie Hunt. They can be made from regular or plastic eggs. C^mtests and relay races will be held for all participating at Deieke Park. Parents too! Mark your calendar! March 29th! for lots of fun at the Egg Hunt. In case of bad weather, the Egg Hunt will be held at a later date. However, it will only be postponed In case of snow. Just dress warm, for cold and sloppy weather. Annual Blood Drive April 15th On April 15. 197.S the Am^rici" I epicni Auxiliary UnK No. 67S r.f Huntley is sean condiuc'is th" Blood Drive fo"- this ctwrunun'ty. _ The blood don''iHons will be made ai^ the Amerioan I^egion Home at Huntley 1 from 1 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. oin that date. This blood is being coUeoted for the Aurora Blood Dis- tributitjn Center. Anyone between the ages of 17 and 65 can donated, provided you have not had hepatitis, heart dis¬ ease or malaria. Also recent sur- giery. accident, illness or pregnancy. Other defermenits will be explainel upon a.pplicatlan. By donating, you and y-nir fam¬ ily will automatically become digi- ble to receive blood is needed. So consider your donation aia "money" in the baiA to be drawn on n time of necessity. Therefore, let's have many volun- unteers for this worthy cause. Additional information and pledge cars can be obtained l>y caiUng Mrs- Hedy Leonard at 669-3151. Police Report March 10, 1975, The Hurrtley Po¬ lice Department nespor»ded with the Huntley Resaie Squad on the report of a person sufering from a heart aittack. Tho lady was transported to Sherman Hospital, Elgin, by the rcscuo team. March 11, 1975, on the report of an individual suffering from a sei¬ zure the Huntley Police responded to the home. Upon arrival the Hunit¬ ley Rescue .Squad was called and the man was transported to the hos¬ pital. March 13, 1975, Huntley Police were called upon by the McHenry County Sheriffs D^ to asaiat in the investigation of a possRile burg¬ lary in progress. It was reported tbe Conthiued on Page Two POLICE REPORT Well Repair In Progress Percy Swanson reports that woric is being done on the new well. Last week we acddzcd the screens and now we aire striving to correct problems that occur in the pressure control. Fortuavafccly during this time, we have the old well to rely on. This has caused some changes in the water; some hooiseholds noticed a hammerimg in ttieir waterpipes (air in the lines). We suggest you open a faucet and alow water to run slowly for a short time. Tlie En¬ gineers are working with us and we hope to have the repair work completed in a few days. The Water E>epartment hss begun flushing hydrants aod, as in the past, this will be done on Friday aftejoons eacb we^ unl^ all hy¬ drants have been fluatied. HAPPY tmu TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH 11008 N. Church Street Hnntley. Illinois Hnntley, Illinois Fiederick R. Harm, Th.D., PhJ)., Pastor Phone: Office 669-5780 Res. 669-,';735 Maundy Ittursday. Mardi 27 7:30 p.m. Communion Service Good Friday, March 28 7:30 p.m. Communion Service Sunday, March 30 EASTER 6:00 a.m. Sunrise Service 7:00 a.m. Easter Breakfast 9:C0 a.m. Sunday School 10:15 ajTi. Festval Servce Monday, March 31 . 7:00 p.m. Boy Scouts Tuesday, April 1 3:30 p.m. Brownies 9:00 p.m. Bowling League Wednesday, April 2 1:30 p.m. Ladies Aid 3:30 p.m. Mid-week Sch0(4 of Religion 3:45 p.m. Youth Cboir Relieaisal 4:30 pjn. Jr. Choir Rehearsal 8:00 pm. Sr. Choir Rebeartal FIRST CONGRBGATIONAL CHURCH' Huntley, Illkois Wl^ggr CALENDAR Friday, MSPOR^tS* Good maay Serviaas ]» HwHey. 7:30 Sunday. fSaztb 30- EasterSuiriggSewtoe • 6: Easter RMahAal . 7:00 Sunday Sciiool - 9:30 Easter Worship Secvice - Wednesday. April 2 ChancA Choir Rehearsal .7:30 :30 10:45 ST. MARVS OATHOLIC WowlatockSt. Hantiey, ilHiali Father U D. Day, Sunday Maases: S:0« ¦ !•:«> AJML Qoaleuilwtsi Satuiday 9:30 . lOtJS AJL 7:00 - 8:M PJi. HUNTLEY CHAPEL at South Orove Hantiey. Illinoia 60142 SUNDAV Momioi Worship at 9 a.m. Sunday Sclfciol at IA a.m. Evening Worship at 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY Evenini BMe StwiT at 7:M p.m. THURSDAY ' Women's MlaaioMry Union (WMU) 10:30 a.ni. Monthly 4tfa Thurs. For Infonnation oa any service pieaae eooteet tSS-nH at S15-569- tSSL Little League. - Meet April 10 There will be a Little League meeiting Thursday, April 10, al 8 p.m. at the Huntley Legio*>'Home. We need coaches, b^pera'aitd UDDb- pires. Anyone interested, ]^ase^^ at¬ tend or caU 669-5949. FfiBink'Pl^ttek. Easter Vacatbm Easter vacation for Httotl^ Schools will begrin Thursday, March 27 at the close of acfaool. -Ckirfg resume Apzil 7 8t 8:30iLai'.
|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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