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f '^ HUNTLEY ^'^''e VOLUME 12 — NUMBER 14 THURSDAY. JULY 8. 1971 — PHtms » 669-5^1 • B Ne Aaswer 489-8998 Home Pfaone 459-89H ¦¦•is>i f"r?A>;K PARISEK PO 192 HUriTLEY. ILL 8 PAGES fUnt YOU ABE RIGBrr. TBKN GO AHEAD" _ DavU Crschatt 7 cents per Huntley Squad In Accident On Sunday, July 401; at 2:25 p.m. Elmer C. Johfi, age 58, 908 Wheeler in Woodstock, Illinois struck the Huntley Police Car at the interesction of Rte. 47 and the Algonquin Blacktop. According to the accident report John stated ttat he saw the Huntley Squad Car stop for tte stop sign and thought ttat it was going to turn left south on Rte 47. Before he knew it, tfae vehicles had collided. The Huntley Fireworks For Sqaad- Car at the time was cross¬ ing Rt. 47. It was befaig driven l»y Edward T. Karpus, age 48, of tte Huntley Police Dept. No one was injured. One hun¬ dred dolars wortt of ctemage was done to John's car and a^pTOsd- mately $300 or more worth of damage was done to the right front doro of tte Huntley squad car. Huntley Mr. LouLs Mareti, owner of the CarpentersviHe Fireworks Co. of Huntley, Illinois put on a fireworks display last Monda, June 5t}i, on the athletic field of HunUey High ffchol. The show featured ttree ground displays in addition to aer¬ ial firewOTks which were shot over the south goal post. The show lasted for 45 minutes and was con¬ cluded with a fireworks display of the American flag. The show was enjoyed by many Huntley residents and was com¬ pared to displays in other towns costinp thousands of dolars.. This is tte second year that Mr. Mor- etti ras put on a fireworks ^ow for Huntley. Two Killed During Fourth Holiday There were two Fourth of July iioliday tragedies when Michael Bassett, 22, 471 Margaret Terrace, Cary, and Neal Davis Jr., 40, 5501 Greenview Road, Cary, were kiUed irt a 2 car accident on tte Cary- Algonquin Blacktop north of Algon¬ quin in tlie early mOTUing hours of Saturday, July 3. Ricky Davis, 12, son of Neal was injured in the ac¬ cident. He was taken to tiie McHei¬ ry Hospital in serious condition. According to an eye witoess, Tom Ooforth, an off duty Algonquin pt>- liceman, the Bassett car was head¬ ed south. It cros-^ed ovwr and Ut tre Daris car hiead'' oti. The two cars were practkaily demolished, according to Ooforth, wfao was directly behind tte Davis car wiiich was struck as the Davis car flew back from the hnpact. Deputy Robeit Hunt Wd Sgt. John Scudella atteml'the accident AU was quiet od the scen^ troth TWO KILLED Contfamed oa page 2 TSie Board of Health employed Mr. Richard WisseU A Public Health Administrator for the Mc- Henry County Department of Health. Mr. Wissell is presenUy em¬ ployed as the Chief of the Food Processing Program and tte Acting Chief of the Drug Inspection Pro¬ gram for the Diviskm of Food and Drugs, Illinois Depariment (tf Pub¬ Hc Health, Springfiekl, Uluiois. He wiU assume his duties on August 16, 1971. He is a graduate of McHenry High School and lived in Crystd Lake while employed by tlie Pood and Drug Administration in Chicago. Mr. WisseU was formeriy employ¬ ed as a sanitarian by the City of Kenosha Health Department, and is presently classified as Sanitarian rV by tte Illinois Department ot Public Healtt. This is the hisfaeflt classificati<» of sanitariaite obtain¬ able froth the State Department of PubUc HeaUfa. He leceived his Bachekir el Sd- Black uiliite Slew Jtfy 111 The Annual McHeniy-Lake Black A WMteF Shdw for bott Junkir ai|d Senibr eiihibitors wili be held - on Sat., July 10, 971, at^ldcHenry ¦County F^grounds in WoodsbKk. tfae ^ow starts at 10:30 A.'M. Tli«re WiU be a potluck at 12:00, ^oon. . AU 4.H mpmbers witt Holsteins an invited to enter tte Bladt A White,Show. Please cootact Louis #hce diigree f roni^ tfae Univeraity ^ lUnds, Urbana. lUinois hi 1960, Coattased sa Page tw» BALCK A WmiB MNIW School Board Notiee July 12 is tbe date for the June Board of Education Meeting for July. The meeting is scheduled to start at 7:45 p.m. Payment ot bills, oommittee re¬ ports and the reading of minutes are on the agenda; as weU as the opening of bids for a tractor. Oil business hicluded approval of department budgets, capital out¬ lay. New business includes approval of Title project, membership in iBinois Association of - School Board will be considered. Sheriffs Dept. Assists Wisconsin ^On June 25, 1971, in the morn¬ ing, Sergeant James ConneUy re¬ ceived a call from Sheriff William Cummings of Walwortt County, Wisconsin, requesting the assistance of the narcotics squad. On the night of JUne 26, 1971, the men were deputized and assigned to teams upon arriving at Walwortt County Sherifrs Office in Elkhom, Wiscon¬ sfai. At 7:06 P.M. ibe narcofics team were dispatched and started work¬ ing the Majestic Hills area soutt- west of Lake Geneva. Members of the teams were from Walworth County narcotics squad, Wisconsin Department of Justice narcotics squad and McHenry County Sher¬ iffs Department narcotics squad. A total of thirty-ttree (33) were ar¬ rested for sales of narcotics and dangerous drugs, along with posses¬ sion of narcotics and dangerous drugs. The McHenry County ' Sheriffs Department narcotics squad was supervised l>y Detective Sergeant James Connelly. Sheriff WUliSm Cummings com¬ mented that this department is well trained and dkl a superb job. Ho was very impressed witt the ef¬ ficiency of our narcotics squad. Connty Plan Map Adopted The McHenry County Board of Supervisors room was hung witt maps of various cotors indicating the typogrophy <rf the land in Mc¬ Hemy County so that anyone wtio pbmned to btiUd would kaow before he started Wbat if any problems may be involved. TMs land use miV was itixpkliaed by John Quay exttutive secretary of the McHenry Coimty Pknnii^ Commissioo. Mr. 4Quiiiy also presented a com¬ prehensive COaaty Plan map for use of hdnstries cMnlng into the county. pRMema of diffosal of wi^a material from iaioMry jg^te discuss¬ ed. Quay saia that tfae Coanty sbouM review tbe flan yearly (at dianges and ^ toAhig is stUl up to the Municipalities or the Coonty Zooiag Board depending upon the location, both j^ans were adoptad by the Board. County Fair Grounds Open 1971 Miflenry Cbunty Fah- aears! The office at tiie fafargrooads Is oped now, Monday throogh Friday from 9 a.m. te 4 p.m. Misa ' Mary Peasiey, serving as office secretary for tfae second year* flasfaes a big sign ttat shows tbe dates for this 23rd annnal fak' at Woodstock. (Don Peasiey Photo). Same Pay for Females as Males ^y McHenry County AviU be paying $39,399 in a two year retroactive pay for female nurses aids at the VaUey Hi Nursing Home. On Monday, June 28, William Morefield. Administrator of VaUey Hi Appeared before tlie McHenry County Board of Supervisors stat¬ ing that "Mr. Nelson" from tte Federal Government had visited VaUey Hi and had inspected the payroU. He found, according to Morefield, that the female nurses aids had been receiving $1.83 an hour while tte male orderlies re¬ ceived 82.45 an hour. County Clerk Vernon Kays read the duties of bott jobs as set fourtt by tte County and thcy are almost alike. Therefore Morefield stated that because VaUey HI is a federal¬ ly funded institution tbere can he no discrimination l>etween males and females doing tiie same wotIl The amount whteh tte ladies wUl receive wiU be tte difference be¬ tween $2.4i aa hour and $1.83 aa tis«iuoc> JE2,«n hour rettoaclK^ Ik 2 years. He also stated ttat the emptoyees work 7% hours and are paid for 8 hours—.% hour paid lunch. This he said will be discontinued. He ako said ttat ttere wUl be no overthne untU a 48 hour week is acliieved. Supervisor Edwin Buckley, Dorr, asked for time to study tte federal ruling by an expert in ttis type of law, but Morefield said that 16 hours faad already been used in computing the $39,399 and that ttese delays would cost more mon¬ ey. Supervisor Harold Freese, Nun¬ da, moved ttat tte money be paid. The retroactive pay figures iiave been referred to the fees and sal¬ ary committee. YMCA Summer Swimming Plctaied am soMa el tke yoatfcs tkat were tke lint tai tha Lake Ragloa YMCA saauasr awfaaadag ptagraa derbUM Parm. Hie youth were swtaualBg at «e taaiitoMsa aJ tfae Meaday bos trip M lone 21. The YMCA'k Day €ua» awlai twice a iagr «t thlB poM afawg wMfc aiors Ikaa 480 daBy partldU pants fas recreatlMMd aad faHtraetMNd (MM.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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