The Huntley Farmside
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^e HUNTLEY '^'»^^^ VOLUME 6 — NUMBER 13 THURSDAY — JULY 1, 1965 PHONB: 312^9-6621 (any ttme) (U ntj anawer) 815-4S9-0eM HU:i .LEY JiiiH SQUr'V HUriTlEY. i:.L 6 PAGES MAU^D AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLT Ve OOPl Hnntley Youths Trial Set Douglas Swanson, John Conley and LeVeme Jordi, three Huntley youths arrested for burglary on June 10, went for preliminary hearings in front of Judge Charles Smith, Branch I, at the Court¬ house Annex in Woodstock on June 24. Swanson who has been free on ball was accompanied by his parents to the trial and ap¬ peared firsl. His lawyer asked if the hearing could be continued un¬ til July 8. as he had only taken the case vhe previous week and heeded time to review the facts. Conley and Jordi, who have been in the McHenry County jail since their arrest, were escorted to the hearing by Chief Deputy John Carroll. Conley who was repre¬ sented by Attorney Kelly of Hunt¬ ley, was charged with four counts of burglary and one count of theft. He decided to waive a preliminary hearing, a jury trial and t^^" yi- dictment. His trial was sCu,-jor July 16. , Jordi, ^c^hose lawyer, -^^ifc - nat - present, at the 930 a.m. hejsring due to a misunderstanding,<"'r'fls recalled at 1:30 in the aftefili^n. He also waived a jury trial, pre¬ liminary hearing and the indict¬ ment. This trial is set for July 16, in front of County Judge Cooney. Joidi is diarged with three counts of burglary and one count of theft. Jordie and Oolney were arrest¬ ed on June 10 wi*en Conley's car went out of control he he tried to make the lurn onto the Hunt¬ ley-Crystal Lake blacktop. The cai- was not being chased because of the burglr.ry but because it was traveling at a speed of about 95 miles per houi-. The stolen goods were found in the car after it crashed. Swanson, who was not in the car when it crashed was surrendered to the police by his parents. All three of the Boys Will appear In front of County Judge Conney on Thursday, July 16 at 9:30 A.M. Hnntley Store Burgnlized The Huntley Farm Store was burglarized scanetime between the hour of 5:45 pjn. on June 22, and 7 a.m. on Wednesday, June 23. The burglars ^ined entrance by breaking through a 14x19 inch window at the rear of the building facing the railroad tracks. They jimmied into the^ office with a bar which had blue paint on it, wheel¬ ed the office safe into the shop and jimmied open the safe door. The burglars took several pack¬ ages of papers out of the safe. Four of those packages were found outaide of town on the Algonquin blacktop. Deputy Don Nassen of the sheriff's office investigated for fingerprints on' Wednesday and has been assigned to assist Chief Rich¬ ard Nelson of the Huntley pdice department on this case. The police have several leads as to who the burglars are. Four Townships Add .\ew Precints The location of the eight new precinct polling places will be an¬ nounced at the July meeting of ithe McHenry County jBoard of Supervisors it was announced at the Monday, June 12, meeting of the Board of Sujjervisors. The new precints which are the result of "population explosion" in the townships will give the follow¬ ing additional precincts: Grafton 2, Coral 1, Nunda 2 and Dorr 3. A Wisconsin firm of architects will design the McHeru-y County courthouse, it was disclosed at the meeting of the Board of Supei-vis- ors. Ralph Ostrander stated that a verbal agreement with the Board of Supervisors' attorney, Herbert Krenz, that the firm, - Ebling, Plunkett, Keymar, Reginarto and Associates, had been chosen to draw up the McHenry County courthouse jplans, Ostw^r-stat- ed that XK) oSmi^'haETyeCV^ signed with the firm, which it was iteaid hiad constructed the cour¬ house at Walworth at a cost of $2 million. It was also stated that no site had yet been chosen for the pro¬ posed new couthouse, but that wherever it will be and who ever will build it, it should be ready for occupancy by 1968. Mr. Daniel Reginito of the a- bove firm spoke to the Board. He stated that the site, topography, view, availability to the utilities and traffic problems wovdd also be a factor in the choice of a site. The Walworth courthouse serves a community of 50,000 and has 90,- 000 square feet. McHenry County has already a population of 90,000 and yet Mr. Reginito says that the same size building will suffice • -?Sf"" Their rallying cj-y ' J ihe siirring ultimatum of Patrick Henry: "Give me liberty or give ^ death!" their atcnal, 'Hiia shot liear4> thiMPiniManThMWi'ffc tjke •« transcended the tiMM that nnrtared it, and tbe ntftton that gave it birth. It id a spirit that is time' c'A and universal, tht essence nf man's need to be free and the master <rle^s destiny. This spirit of 1776 won indepen¬ dence for the American colonies and forged them into a great Nation; it lives on in 196.5, in the hearts of all men who love freedom everywhere. in serving McHenry County's needs. He suggested that each depart¬ ment meet with tho firm for por¬ sonal intet-views regarding their needs. Coming Event THURSDAY — JULY 1 — Village Board 8:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY —• JULY 7 — Board of Education THURSDAY _ JULY 8 — Township Board of Auditors 8:00 p.m. FFA Report Last week from June IS through June 17 the Illinois F.F.A. held their annual state convention. Six Huntiey F.F.A. members were ablo to attend. They were: Larry Al¬ brecht, Steve Evant, Stan Haffer¬ kamp, Lonnie Miliernron, Chuck Ruth, and Sid 8*ierwin. Stan Haff¬ erkamp and Chuck Ruth were Hun¬ tley's two delegates. The Huntiey F.F.A. Is happy to announce that a new Ag. teac4ier has been hired. F.F.A. Reporter Chuck Ruth Union Special - $1000 to Medical Bid. LEST WE FOROBTI — Lest we forget, tliere are a num¬ ber of citizens and buaineaamen of this community who are hetplng u* to fini»h the Job of financing the Medical Center Building. f As has been previoualy pointed out, Dean Mtik Company donated a $1,000.00 to help reduce that In¬ debtedness and ahortly thereafter. Union Special Maohlne Company, a very important cog in the Indu- strll life of this oommunlty, gener¬ ously gave $1,000.00 for suoh pur¬ pose. Suoh acta of kindnaw are greatly appreciated, but le« ua nat depend on a few ganeroua people to ball us out of our dllema. Are all of ut doing our i^ra In thi« regard? Have y«u made your contribution r Please come to our aid as aoon aa poasible vrith aitwttevar contri¬ bution you oan affonri to main. You Icnow that awh tfoHar In re- duotlan of principal aiao raduoat the IntareM on tha batonoa eue. Wa are dapandlng on all of tha people of this eommutvity. Ptcturad above Is Mr. H. J. Burke^ ^ecawnnaM Dlraotor of Union 8pac- ial Maohins Co., handing Mr. Wayne Millar, Diractor ef th« Huntlay Mad- leal BulMhtg, a ohaok for $1,00IMW. Tlha two man are atamnrvg In fr«flt of tha uRi« modem entranoa to tha Huntley ptant wihlali wa* eomplMed laat January. Teener League Fifteen boys are out fer the Hunt¬ ley Teener League baalball teatn, •ponaored by the Huntley Liona Club. The boys range In age frem 13 to 15 years. They have played two conferance games this iaaaen, one with Burlington at HvMley on June 14, the other at Hampahlre on June 21. Hunitley won both gamaa, the first with Burling by a score ef 5-3. The winning pitoher waa Steve Gcehl who struck out 17 of the 24 boys he faced. He gave up 8 walkas and allowed twe hits. The losing pitoher was WilWen, who was relieved by Rokowefcl. Four of the Huntiey runs ware creMtaH to Wiliden, one run to Rokewaki. The Burlington team gavs up two hits and had one hotne raif. Thay made four errors te Huntlay'a two. Huntiey won agalnat Hwnpahlrs by a score of 8-4, ths wining pHeh- < er was Steve Gc»h| who struck out 18 of the 24 he faced, alioiwlng 8 hits, 7 walks and 4 runt. Huntiey had 2 errors. The Hampahlre pHotk er was Henning who struck out 9 of the 22 boys he faead, permitting 10 hits, 8 runs and 2 waHces. Ham¬ pshire also had 2 errors. Co On Sunday, June 27, the Hunt¬ ley Lions Teener taaa "^aat Map¬ le Park by an 8-8 sear^'o^is makas the Liens t*tlrd win wifi ne Iswas. ^tHhtT-«B?wfnwwl^B«rl^^" ¦ far this season. Agalnat Maple Park he struck out 11, al'^^d 4 hHa and gave up 4 bases >atta. The loalng pitoher was Witt of Maple Parg. He atruek out 8, al¬ lowed 5 hits and gave up 7 baaea on balls. The next home game for the Huntiey Lions will be playad on Thursday, July 1 at 8:30 p.m. aoaln- st Batavia. It will be a praetlcs game. The remaining games tohedulsd for the Huntley Teener League are as follawa: July 1 Batavia (Dodgers) at Hunt¬ ley July 8 Hampshire at Huntley July 12 Huntley at' BurllngtOfl July 15 Huntiey at Maple Park July 21 HuntUey at Batavia (Sra- vea) All-Star Tournament — July 17 A 18 Game time 6:30 P.M. Parents, Driver* wlli^be needed for aii out of town games ao plaaae choose a time convient for you and call manager and volunteer your services. Wm. Ackman, Jr., Mgr — e88-«042 Heart AssoG. On Monday, June 28, th* lllliials Heart Aaaielatlon, Barvlea Ar*a i4l located at 808 Dundee Ave., Elgin, moved te its offlcea to Aurora, Ill¬ inois. The new ofKces wlH be loo¬ ated at 433 Eaat New York ttreat near St. Charles Hospital. For tha past decade the Elgin ofRtca has been serving the Heart Units ef DeKalb, Kane, Kendall and Me¬ Henry Counties. Under th* naw ro-organisatlan, th* 8*rvlce Aroa will Includ* Will, <La8alla, and Qrundy Counties aa wall a* the aforementioned. The Bosrd of DIreetora ef th* liiinois Heart Aaaoolatlon anticip¬ ate* graat*r aarvic* te MM* savan county area a* a reauH of th* mava. Mr. Robort Q. Deuell haa baan IM>- pointed FieM DIraator II ef tha new 8*rvlce Area III and Mr. Jam** W. Wall vt»\ remain ss Field R*p- r***ntative. H*art aetlvltlaa wUl eentlnua aa uaual, and Information ooneaming memoriala, literature, and general aarvtee ntay be oMalnad through the new ofRee, effective, June 28, IMS. Offioe hour* wIM ba 9:00 AJN. through 8:00 P.M,, WoiWtoy Biroil|» Friday, and for furth«r Infarmal- lon, pttene 8M46a<4 or wrfta to llHhols Heart AaaeeUtOan, 4M BmI Maw York, Auran^ HHnaia.
|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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