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jS^he iittntletr ¥utmixht USPS 580-360 VOLUME 19-NUMBER 14 THURSDAY, JULY 12,1979 PHONE 669-5621 -If no answer call 459-1456 or 459-0998 nUNTLZY, ILL PAGES SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 15c PER COPY SCHOOL REFERENDUM POSTPONED Duetoalegal problem the school referendum will not be held on July Mth but has been rescheduled for July 28th. DELWIN BORHART HONORED miss huntley with other L/cuVVI 1^ DV^nn/An i nv^i^v^ncu ,^^^ McHENRY COUNTY :andidate. Honored at the McHenry County Dairy Promotion Council's 25th anniversary banquet last week were three men who have provided extraordinary service in behalf of the dairy industry. They were presented the DPC Award. From left: George Menard, one of the early boosters with his hostinp guests on his "Farmtown U.S.A." and daily farm shows on radion and television: I arrv harris secretary-treasurer of the Dairy Promotion Council; and Delwin Borhard, Huntlev farmer (Don Peasley Photography) Among the 13 Miss McHenry County contestants at the 1<179 M* Henry County Fair on the night of August 1 is this trio of com;nunit> representatives-beauties all! From left: Terri Ream, Miss Huntle Denise Lindley. Miss Algonquin; and Debra Ekstrom, Mi Lake-In-The-Hills. (Don Peasley Photography). DODGERS TAKE 1st PLACE IN HUNTLEY LITTLE LEAGUE VILLAGE BOARD MEEHNG On July 5, 1979 Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Huntley was held on Thursday evening and brought to order at 8:00 P.M. by the President. Roll noted the following present: President Enstrom, Trustees Wicke, Mercer, Dham¬ er, Stroupe and Frank, with Trustee Rudsinski being absent. Also attending were Village Attomey Caldwell and Village Engineer Schwegel. The minutes from the Special Meeting held June 7th and the Regular Meeting held the same date by the Trustees were brought before the Board and there being no additions nor corrections, they stood approv¬ ed. The Treasurer submitted both the May and June financial reports at this meeting. They were given as being tenative due to the books are in the process of being audited and not in the Treasurer's hands as yet. Noting these conditions. Trus¬ tee Stroupe made a motion to accept the Treasurer's reports subject to the balancing bet¬ ween the Collector's report and the Treasurer's reports and Siad motion seconded by Trustee Frank, and upon roll call, all trustees voted aye and the motion carried. Trustee Stroupe also made mention that the savings accounts were not listed on the May report. Trustee Rudsinski then enter¬ ed th - meeting. The bills for the current month were discussed and after same, a motion was made by Trustee Frank, seconded by Trustee Wicke, to approve the payment of said bills and upon roll call, all trustees voted aye and the motion carried. The clerk was instructed to issue payment and a listing is set out as a part of these minutes. President Enstrom then asked Mr. Schwegel to open bids received for the Water System Improvements for the South Route 47 Water Main Extension which were as follows: Ingram Construction Inc. from Russell, Illinois bid $103,940.00 - 90 days to complete - Bid bond for 10%. Bakeley Construction Corp. from Huntley, 111. bid $88,271.55 - Days to compete not stated - Bid bond for 10% Mr. Schwegel noted that the time element regarding comple¬ tion was omitted from the Bakley Construction bid and that he would recommend that the contract be awarded to the low bidder, who was present and stated that this has been omitted in typing, the time limit being 1'20 days after the award. Mr. Schwegel advised that the Board did have the right to waive this technicality and that the award be made subject to the assurance of the 120-day completion date and the submis¬ sion of a performance bond. Trustee Dhamer made a motion to this effect, seconded by Trustee Wicke and upon roll call, all trustees voted aye and the motion carried. The next order of business was the tabled discussion from last meeting trgarding David Wickstrum's request for consid¬ eration regarding his health insurance while in the village's employ. Trustee Frank submit¬ ted figures to the Board which he had gathered and after some discussion, a motion was made by Trustee Stroupe, seconded by Trustee Wicke to deny Mr. Wickstrum's request for funds. Roll noted the following: Frank, nay; Mercer, nay; Dhamer, nay; Rudsinski, aye; Wicke, aye; and Stroupe, aye. This voti required fhe President to vote, which vote was aye. Motion carried and request denied. Continued on Inside Page 1st Place 2nd Place 3rd Place 3rd Place 4th Place Sth Place 6th Place 7th Place Dodgers 13 Pirates 12 Braves 8 Cubs 8 Giants 6 Twins 5 Royals 2 Sox 1 2nd Aimual 1 2 6 6 8 9 11 12 ALL STAR GAME DOUBLE HEADER Traveling All Stars aty League All Stars 1 1 2 PM 4 PM Sunday, July 15th COME ONE! COME ALL! LIONESS CLUB RUMMAGE & BAKE SALE AUG. 18 Now is the ideal time to clean that attic or basement. The Huntley Lioness Gub is having a Rummage Sale (plus bake sale) on August 18 at tbe American Legion Home in conjunction with Sidewalk Day. We would appreciate any dona¬ tions of "Junque or Treasures." We do ask that you not bring heavy fumitute or adirit doth¬ ing. Children's clothing is more than welcome. For drop-off or pick-up inibrmati<m, call Bobbi Tessmer - 669-5591 or GaU Wasserstrass 669-*^03.
|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|