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" ^^9 'TTCOC CO/\ "i^lA GRAFTON TOWN.<HIPS OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER — SINCE 1960 USPS 580-36^ VOLUME 20-NUMBER 52 THURSDAY, APRIL 2,1961 669-5621 16 PAGES SEKVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTL^ SINCE I960 BOY scout PANCAKE BREAKFAST Despiie ihe oleak weather, a Isrge crowd attended the Boy Scout Pancake Breakfast last Sunday, March 29 at the American Legion Home. A breakfast of pancakes, eggs, sausages and orange juice was served. Not only were the scouts busy cooking, washing dishes and serving tables but many of their father lent a hand. As always it was a huge success. Continued on Page 13 4-H SHARE-THE-FUN THIS FRIDAY Huntleyites are invited to attend the Share-the-Fun Festi¬ val this FridAy, April 3rd at 7:00 p.m. at Jacobs High School. The Huntley skit will feature Mimtie Pearl, Dolly Parton snd Kenny Rogers. PARKOISTRICT MINIXTES MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE HUNTLEY PARK DISTRICT The regular meeting of tbe Huntley Park District waa called to order by President Ruth at 8 o'clock Wednesday. March 25, 1981. Present were Commis¬ sioners Ruth, Mercer, Tures, Weltzien and Borhart, Attomey Cowlin and Larry Kahl. The minutes of the February 25th meeting were resd. Mr. Wcltzwe moved to approval the minutes, seconded by Mr. Tures. All Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. The Treasurer's report wss given, Mr. Tures made a motion to accept the report, second by Mrs. Mercer. All ayes and tbe Inotiottcsnied. The bills fot the month were presented. Mr. Tuxes moved to pay all bills, second by Mr. Wehzien. Ali ayes and tbe motion carried. Lany Kahl discussed with tbe board the work schedule, mainly tennis courts, tables and fertilizing. He informed the board that he has asked Dale Erath to help on the grounds. He then left tbe meeeting. Mr. Borhart gave his report Continued on Page 2 RON STROUPE / •'i DONALD ENSTROM 1 fer siirHan eSloat I think things are going ahead really well & 1 would like to stay and help to get things ilone Wbat do you tool yoa eaa oontittwte to tbat eSlcei I feel that I can help, knowing some of the problems and what we have been doing about them. Yeer espectMce In leUUaa to tbe office yen aie aeeUagi I have served 9 years at this job. Have yoa servsd fai pobllc oflloe before? Yes In wbat capacity? I served 11 years as a trustee and 9 years as Village President. Serving In peblic otDce soaae- times loqnliea maqy estta bons otber tban regalar aseetlaga. Are yon pcepand te devote tbat, dontinued on Page 2 CANDIDATES FOR VILLAGE BOARD MILFORD BROWN Keaaoa tar sedfaW oflke To do what is best for the . people of the Village of Huntley Wbat do yoa feel yea caa conlribate le tbat oOleei Past years of knowledge on zoning and business matters Yoor oiperleiice la roladoB te tbe oIBoe yoa are seeUvgi I am self employed and acqusnted witta necessary know¬ ledge to run an efficient budget Uave yoa aerved ta pablle efllce before? Yes bwbatcapecUarT Zoning Board of Appeals fbr 3 years. Santat ta pabUe offloa aoae- tiaiea leqaliea maay extra baaia otber tbaa cegolar aieetlaga. Ate yea piepasod te devote dMti extra tiMM te the aflke If yea ase' eleetod? Yes Flaeae give • biM reaaia af year qaaUlV atJenat Milford E. Brown (Brownie) • 1 am 33 years of age and a resident of Huntley since 1%1.1 have been on the Zoning Board of Appeals for the ViUage of Huntley for the paat 3 years. Romarfcat I have been a fireman for the Huntley Pire Protection District since 1969 and a certified fire fighter for five years and a certified Natkmai and SUte of Ulinois EMT Cor 8 years^ Beaaoni 1 feel a responsibility to continue plans and programs now in progress for making the village a better place to live. CoattOMrtloai Eight years of experience ss village trustee, ten years of experieace running a business of thirty to fifty employees, 52 years of osperience of life. nne deattag wllb Ibe oOioei I have done so for eight yeara, never missing one regulsr meeting. Remarfcat Government at all levels needs continuity, ezperience and knowledge. I can belp provide these, having served two full terms. 1 am proud to have been chairman of the. finance committee for siz years,' especially the results of the committee in organizing and overseeing the budgeting pro¬ cess, financial reporting and investment of funds.' ' - JACQUALINEY. BERLIN Reaaoa for sisHag efflcet 1 am seeking the office of the ViUage Trustee because I would like to be active and have a voice in my govemment. Wbat do yoa feei yoa can conlribate te tbat oOfeei I can contibute a genuine interest in tbe progress of Huntley and in the people wbo share this community. 1 will contribute as many hours and aa much energy as possible to be( informed and to seek out the feelings of the people and relate these feelings to tbe issues. Year ezperloooe la wilaHaa to tbe ofBoo yea ara aeeldagi None Have yoa aerved In pabilc oflloe befora? I served on a Cetuus Board in the city of Mount Prospect, Ulinois and as President and Vic President of a Parent Teacher League in Palatine, Ulinois. Servfaig fai pabUc offiee aoora- times reqabea auu^y extra hoara Continaed on Page 2 SCHOOL MEETING The regular meetiag of tbe Board of EducatkMi of School District #158, Huntley Consoli¬ dated Schools, Huatiey, DUnois, was held in the High Scbool building on March 26, 1981 at 7:30 p.m. The President called the meeting to order at 7:30 P.M. Upon roll call the following members answered present: Mrs. Basel, Mrs. Livingston, Mr. Grismer, Mr. Spean, Mr. Reid, Mr. Pupich and Mr. Zirk. Absent: None. All present joiaed in the Pledge to the Flag. Mr. Reid nooved Mrs. Baael 2nd to approve the minutes of the March 10 regular meeting as written. The motion carried 7 yeas and 0 nays. Tbe Board heard a report on the Math Curriculum, Princ^Ml Anderson and Mrs. Sanda Powell presented the Grade Scbool findings, and Principal Skomer, Alma Jollie, and Lorraine Lid presented the High School findings. Mr. Pupkh aad Mr. Reid Znd to accept the quotation from CNA to provide School Board Liabflky (Haa C) coverage fbr a three year period, effective April 1. 1981. with respective annual premiams to be S731.S0, S548.63 aod $548.63; and cancel Country Companies Policy No. U29-6831 effective AprU 1. 1981. The motkm carried 7yeaa and Onays. Mrs. Basel moved Mr. Zirk 2nd to approve the resignatioa of Dean Clark, effective April 3, 1981. The motion carried 7 yeaa Continued on Page 5 PAUL MERCER bavo yea aerved la pobllc ( befora? Yes hi what capacity? Planning Commission 1975-77 and Village Trustee 1977- present Salesman at Bruce Offset Co. in Elk Grove Village for 17 yeara; attended Loyola Univer¬ sity; Age 39. 1 am a member of the American Legion, Huntley Penguins and Huntley Lion's Oub. SMaarkai I hope to oontbiue to respond to the needs of the pec^le and to help keep tbe VUlage serving the best interesu of tbe people. Growth should be controlled with the growth to be paid for by the developen, not the people already living bera. JUNIOR CLASS CAR WASH APRIL 11th The junior dass of Huntley High School wUl be holding a Car Wash on Saturday, AprU llth at the Grade School from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thc cost wiU be S2.00 for interior vacuuming and the ezterior wash. Rain date has been set fbr AprU 18th. The class is raising funds for tbe pram.
|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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