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fhe Euntlep Jarmsik USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1988 VOLUME 28-NUMBER 20 2 SECTIONS OFFICE PHONE 312-669-5621 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 25| per copy How Changes In Funds Availability Will Affect All Bank Customers The implementation of Regulation CC beginning September 1, 1988, will bring many changes for customers as well as depository institutions. The following article will generally cover the regulations and will not deat specifically with State Bank of Huntley's policy on Regulation CC. The bank haa purchased new equipment and is in the process of ' upgrading existing equipment in order to comply with the new funds availability law. The State Bank of Huntley's customers will be receiving within the next thirty to forty-five days their funds availability schedule along with the new check endorsement criteria that has been implemented by this Regulation. TEMPORARY SCHEDULES. Customers will be able to withdraw funds they deposited within three business days if the check is local, or seven days if the check is nonlocal. Local or nonlocal status depends on whether the bank of deposit and the bank of withdrawal are located in the same Federal Reserve check clearing district or not. Many customers will have access to the first $100 of their deposit on the next business day. Customers will have access to cash deposits on the next business day. PERMANENT SCHEDULE. Beginning Sept. 1, 1990, customers will be able to withdraw funds deposited within two business days if the check is local, or within five business days if the check is nonlocal. GOVERNMENT AND SPECIAL CHECKS. Customers who deposit cash, checks from other banks (cashier's checks), U.S. government checks, electronic payments, U.S. postal money orders and checks drawn on state and local governments will generally be able to withdraw those funds on the next business day after deposit. But these customers may be asked to use a special deposit slip so that these Continued on page 7 Board of Education Meeting Lots of folks found bargains at Sidewalk Sale on Saturday. Were you there? Ticks Spread New Disease To Illinois Campers, hunters, and other outdoor enthusiasts have long been aware of the dangers of tick-borne diseases, most notably Rocky Mountain spotted fever. But scientists have discovered a new species of tick that is responsible for spreading what has become the number one tick-borne disease in the United States. Lyme disease was Hrst officially reported in Lyme, Connecticut, where a 1975 outbreak of illness was originally diagnosed as juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. In 1976, researchers discovered it to be an altogether new disease, a bacterial infection spread to humans and animals by the deer tick, Ixodes dammini. The bacterial cause of Lyme disease, the spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi, wasn't discovered until 1982. The earliest clue to infection is usually a red rash that expands into a circle around the tick bite and then fades after several weeks. Some victims develop rashes in varying shapes and sizes on several parts of their bodies, while others never experience the rash. Fatique, headaches, stiffness in joints and muscles, chills, fever, and other flu-like symptoms usually occur. Left untreated, the disease can progress to complications of the heart or nervous system, eventually causing chronic arthritis and permanent damage to joints. Although antibiotics have been found to be helpful during all stages, early treatment is the key to reducing the severity of complications. Complete Continued on page 8 "rhSTonr"'"' Lifetime Dale Hughes was the stunned recipient of a Hole-In-One at Terrace Hill Golf Course, Algonquin Rd. on Saturday, August 13th. The Hole-In-One was aeed on hole #3 - 205 yards. Witnesses to the feat were Randy ic Rich Zimmerman ic Orville Brettman. Congratulations Dalellt The regular meeting of the Board of Education of School District #158, Huntley Consolidated Schools, Huntley, Illinois was held in the High School building on August 4, 1988 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was called to order by the President at 7:33 p.m. Upon roll call the following members answered present: Mrs. McDonald, Mr. Crabill, Mr. Greve, Mr. Heavey. Absent: Mrs. Schadt, Mr. Bauman, Mr. Freeberg. All present joined in the pledge to the flag. 1. Mr. Crabill move, Mr. Greve 2nd to approve the minutes of the June 16 regular meeting as written. 4 yeas - 0 nays Motion carried. 2. Mr. Greve, moved, Mr. Crabill 2nd to approve the minutes of the June 16 executive session as written. 4 yeas - 0 nays Motion carried. 3. Mr. Crabill moved, Mr. Greve 2nd to go into exectuive session at 7:40 p.m for the purpose of discussing legal matters. Yeas: Crabill, Greve, McDonald, Heavey Nays: None 4 yeas - 0 nays Motion carried. 4. Mr. Heavey moved, Mr. Crabill 2nd that Renzie and Associates be authorized to prepare and submit a full narrative appraisal on the Union Special Property and Continued on page 2 Huntley 4-Her's at State Fair Some of the area youngsters attended the 1988 Illinois State Fair. Fourteen McHenry County 4-Her's recieved Superior awards for their entries. Superior ratings are awarded at the discretion of the judges to entries they consider outstanding. Three of which were from Huntley, Elizabeth Halat, Vegetables; Carrie Bein, Nature Craft; and Amy Meyer, Foods. Other State Fair participants were Amy Bein, Flower Arranging; Amy Rosenthal, Clothing; Leslee Wesemann, Woodworking; and Tina Wesemann Clothing - Review. Congratulations to everyone who participated in the 1988 Illinois State Fair. Pictures are on page 2. School To Begin August 26th Are you ready for school? School begins in Huntley on August 26, from 8:10-11:10. Most of the students have already registered, if you have not, stop in at the high school or grade school from 7:00-3:00 sindy week day from now until August 26. On the first day the office will be open from 7:30-3:00. ' Students entering grades K, 5, or 9 will need a physical before they can register and they may register only on August 26. The Huntley Medical Center is still making appointments for these last minute physicals. You may call them at 669-3646 or contact your own doctor. The doors are open and waiting for you . . Only one week of summer vacation is left!
|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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|Publisher||This Collection was digitized and loaded into CONTENTdm by OCLC Preservation Service Center (Bethlehem, PA) for the Huntley Area Public Library|
|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|