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^^^ HUNTLEY ^««* VOLUME 6 — NUMBER 1 THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1965" PHONB: S12-M9-S621 (any time) (If no anawer) 816-458-0998 8 PAGES MAILED AND DISTRIBUTED WEEKLY 7c PEK COFl Huntley Bowlers Win ^800. Election News Annual Monday night Kiley's Cities Ser¬ vice bowling team, wa*' presente<5 the first place team trop hyfoi- E. B. A. toumament held at Lake Zurich January 30 to February 28. Amold Wolf, secretary for the E. B. A. presented Mike Kiley with the Sponsor trophy and each team member receixed an in¬ dividual trophy. The team mem¬ bers were: Jam§4^ Mattingly. Roger Cole, Ray K^^ Paul Mill er and Don Tessmer: Kubis was not present for presentation. Roger Cole also placed third for singles and eighth in all eveni.s. Cole and Kubis received fourth place in doubles, Kubds si.xth in all events and Mattingly 20th in all events. A special trophy was presented to James Mattingly by his wife, for his 677 series in the toiUTia- ment. P.T. A. Meeting The Parent Teachers 'Associa¬ tion meeting will be held in th*? high school on Wednesday, Apri! 14, at 8 p.m. The speaker will be Judge Coo¬ ney of Woodstock, who wkill talk on the subject of "Juvenile De¬ linquency". Annual P.T.A. Bake Sale Pies, cakes, cookies, ba'ond — the 'specialty" of many PTA mem¬ bers and mothers of students at Huntley School — will be sold at the annual PTA B<ike Sale at tihe v^acajit buUdin, next to the bank, on Saturday, April 10, startup at noon. Stop in and purchase some "goodies" for the family, which they vvrill enjoy, and which the PTA will appreciate toward building their fund for the activ¬ ities and projects which they spon¬ sor during the yeir for the stu¬ dents at thfe school. Remember to vote first in the school boarfe election — then come across the park to the bake sale. Cotning Event THURSDAV — AprU 8 Athletic Ranawt, Flremea's Hall. SATURDAY — April 10 School Board Election, village ball, 12 noon to 7 pjn. P. T. A. Bake Sale, starting at 12 noon. To be held in the vacant building next to the bank. TUESDAY — April IS Senior Class Play. Phone Rates Lowered Lower rates for many long dis¬ tance telephone calls went into ef¬ fect Thursday [April 11. This is the second reduction in telephone rates in two months — the first one went into effect February 1. Illinois Mell TelejAone said the April 1 cuts, ranging from five to 20 cents for the first three min¬ utes, will be made on all daytime 'station" calls of 601 w more miles which cross state lines. These rates also apply on calls between 4:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday thnough Friday. The maximum rate for a 3-minute sta¬ tion call between Chicago and anywliere in the United States fexcept Alaska and Hawaii] has been reduced from $2.10 to $1.90. Here are some examples of the April 1 reduction from Chicago: To Los Angeles, from .$1.95 to $1.80; Miami, from $1.70 to $1.60; New York, from $1.45 to $1.40; Tucson, Ariz., from $1.80 to $1.70; Dallas, from $1.45 to $1.40. Reduc¬ tions in scHne ovQTflme charges al¬ so are being made. The February 1 and April 1 cuts, totaling $100 million were nounced last November by the! Federal Communications Commis¬ sion. The two reductions mean a saving to telephone customers in Illinois Bell territory of more than $7 million a year — about $1,750,- 000 of whicJi will result fnom the April 1 reducticms. The Peoples Party, under the leader ship of Howard C. Ruth of Huntley, made a clean victorious sweep in the Grafton Township Election held Tuesday, April 6th. ...A total of 587 votes were cast in Grafton 1. 437 voters went to the polls in grafton 2. 87 people cast a ballot in Grafton 3. The Peoples Party received 488 straight ballots in Grafton 1, 78 in Grafton 2, and 43 in Grafton 3. The Grafton. Good Government Party received 8 straight ballots in Grafton 1, 278 in Grafton 2, and 30 in Grafton 3. The following is an un-ofRcal tally for each candidate. The Graf¬ ton 1 tally first, Grafton 2 second, Grafton 3 third, and the total vote for each candidate last. The Peop¬ les Party candidates will be mark¬ ed with (P) and the Grafton Good Government candidates with (G). FOR SUPERVISOR (vote for one) HOWARD C. RUTH (P) **> 538..97..47..682 HUBERT A. . ..ilTIS (G) 42..334..39..415 TOWN CLERK (vote for one) RICHARD F. ENSTROM (P) 641..106..63..700 ARLEiTO B. fvntim'^GV 32..319.32..383 ASSESSOR (vote for one) ALBERT J. BONCOSKY (P) 534.110.51..695 RONALD L. MAGALA (G) 34..319..34..387 TOWN AUDITdR (vote for three) FLOYD R. SCHMUCK (P) 521..104..50..675 HERBERT EGGERS (?) 556..115..52..722 HAROLD KECK (P) 524..109..52..685 SALLY S. VENERABLE (G) 39..316..34..389 VICTOR N. BARCROFT (G) - 34..325..35..394 LEONA NELSON (G) 27..302..33..362 The Grafton Park Board Elect¬ ion was won by two write-in can¬ didates from Huntley. They were Edgar Ream who received 525 votes and Michael Kiley, Jr. who received 503 votes. Un-official re¬ turnes are listed below in the same manner as the township election. ALAN M. DEYOE, JR. 46..320..55..420 KENNETH E. FETZNER 47.344..52..419 EDGAR REAM 486..23..17..525 MICHAEL KILEY, JR. 465..22..16..503 F.F.A. Election The Huntley F.F.A. Chapter held its election of new officers April Ist. The day before a pri¬ mary election was held in which each of the nine candidates pre¬ sided over a meeting for three minutes. The two who received the most votes in each office were automatically nominated for that office in the election. The new FFA oificers are: President, Larry Ket¬ chmark; Vice President, Lonni/e Millerman; Secretary, Larry Al¬ brecht; Treaaurer, Vemon Tin¬ berg; Reporter, Chuck Ruth; and Sentinel, Stan Hafferkamp. G, J. Page gave the F.F.A. cha¬ pter a purebred aryshire. The calf waa loaned to Gene Fettsfl on a calf loan. Grafton Town Board Meeting The Annual Meeting of the Graf¬ ton Board of Auditors was held on Tuesday evening, April 6, at the Grafton Township Garage near Huntley. Over 230 electors were present at this meeting. The meetintr was opened by Clerk Richard Enstrom who than- ed the people for turning out for the meeting and voting in the township election. Mr. enstrotn called for nominations for Moder¬ ator for the meeting. Mr. Victor Barcroft nominated Henry Mar¬ lowe, seconded by Mr. Howard Ruth, to serve as Moderator. Mr. Herb Eggers moved the nomin¬ ations be closed. Mr. Marlowe was elected imanimously. Mr. Marlowe stated that he could recall the 1960 Annual Town Meet¬ ing when only five electors were present and commented "things sure change." He complimented those in attendance for their in¬ terest in township government. Clerk Richard Enstrom read the minutes of the 1964 Annual meet¬ ing. Tbe miimtcs were approvvd as read. Clerk Richard Enstrom present- CONTINUED ON PAOE THREE Jr. Class Announce The Junior Class wishes to an¬ nounce that their play, "The Boarding House Reach" scheduled for April 24, 1965 has been post¬ poned until next fall. This is due to the fact that the Senior Play is only shortly before then, and the Junior-Senior JBanquet and Prom are only aweek later. The Juniors feel that it would be better to concentrate all of their efforts on the Banquet and Prom on April 29 and May 1 respectively. Village Board Meeting The regular meeting of the Vil¬ lage Board was held on Thursday evening. April 1, at the village hall. AU trustees and other officers were present. The minutes of the previous meeting were read, the order paid. Mr. K. P. Bakley was present to present a map of the water and sewer layout for. hts new sub¬ division in Huntley. Mr. Bakley had contacted the viUage engi- neei-ing firm of Baxter A Wood¬ man, to make their reoorhmenda- tions on this phase ot his new de- v'elopment. The Village Board did not act upon Mr. Bakley's plat as It hto to be p€issed by the Planning CMnmisskm first. Mr. Bakley stated that at the present tipwu.lie will only be re- corrling a? c^mately one-fourth of the new 'subdivlslwi, which will be known as "Baidey's 4th Addi¬ tion" However, he will file the en- tlrn subdivision with the State of Iliiiiois and get tentative approval fram the Planning Commiaskin on the wht^e subdivision. Itiil wais brought about by the fact of tbe new zoning regulatkm requiring a conrtactor to finish construction on the entire development within two years't s^er the final plat Is approved ?ht the Planning Com¬ mission and the Village Board. There was discussion held on taking legal action against long overdue water bills. T his would entail placing a lien against de¬ linquent property owners or ten¬ ants. Mr. Irwin Wasserstrass, ho is not rimning for re-election on the Village Board expressed his ware- well to those wtth wliom he has served. There being no further business the meeting was adjourn¬ ed. Fire On Foster Rd. On Sunday Huntley fireaie* wcrer called to extinguish the above pktursd truck-trailer last Sonday at the iaterMeUM «f Faster Maai aad Roat* 47. Tbe firemen were called t othe blase several tiiMM aa tke tires ro- egnitcd.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
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