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^« HUNTLEY ^««rf« VOLUME 11 — NUMBER 32 THURSDAY, NOV. 12, 1970 — PHONE — M9-5621 ¦ If No Answer 459-0998 6 PAGES FRANK PARISEK RT. I HUNTLEY. ILL '¦BK SURE YOU AKE RIGHT, THEN GO AHEAU" — David Crockett 7 cents per cop; Veterans Day In Huntley Pictured above are Sceans from tho Veterans Day Observance in Huntley. held in from of the American LcKion Home. A complete story on this event .will appear in next weeks Farmside. Ill Bell Raises Rates Revised rates for lUinois Bell Telephone Company in accordance with the order issued Friday (Nov¬ ember 6) by the Illinois Commerce Commission were effective starting Saturday (Nov. 7th). The new rates were formulated to produce the Commission's author¬ ized increase of $77,864,000. In its request of 11 months ago, the com¬ pany asked for an increase of $86,- 500,000. Charles L. Brown, president of Illinois Bell, in commenting on the Commission's rate order, said: "The Commission's order provides some relief for cur earnings situa- Nov 17 Last Day To Register November 17, is tho last day to nefrister of change your address before the Con Con Election, Dec¬ ember 15, 1970. Phone: 669-5644. Margerate Dwyer registrar. tion which has been deteriorating steadily through the effects of infla¬ tion Since 1966. "The request of nearly a year ago ft;r an annual increase of $86,500,000 in gross revenues from Illinois oper¬ ations, was carefully tailored to maintain our ability to meet cus¬ tomers' growing demands for tele- ILL BELL Contiiuied on Page Thtee Editor Named In 'Who's Who In The Midwest Mr. Quin O'Brien, editor and puli- lisher of the Huntloy Farmside. received word this week that his name appears in Who's Who of th" Midwest, a bov^k published by The Anrquis Biographical Library. The beck contains over 17,000 names from the region embra.-ing Illinois, Indiana. Iowa. Kansas. Michigan. Minnesota. Missouri. Nebraska. No. Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wis¬ consin, and in Canada, Manatoba and western Ontario. The book contains the names of individuals who ;iro leaders in many fields. They arc selected for Whos Who in the Miduest from 2 basic categories: M) 'people who arc of regional refereiict importance to the eoUenes roscarche-s. scholars and librarians, news media, historians, biographies participants in business and civic affairs and others who are ."pec iai cr general inquiry needs and (2) individuals of national interest who a'O of regional or local import¬ ance that thi.i inclusion in the book is vital to its service ability. The prefix of this book states tiiai "the individual de^e to be listed wa^ no sufficient reason for cxclu.'iion: ral'ner it was the indivi¬ dual's demonslrr.ied merit that do¬ te Tnincd inclusive. Similar wealth or s;.cial position was not a crite¬ rion. Indeed many of the biographies are engaged ii> fields marked Un- more by service than i)y monetary awards." Marquis - Who's Wh ) publishes several books. "Who's Who in Amer¬ ica," "Who was Who: " "Who's Who Continued on Page Two EDITOR IN WHO'S WHO Bicycle Safety Program at Huntley School An instructional program concrrii- ing bicycle rafcty has been initiated in the Huntl-y Elementary School. I-.vcntually. this program will b? prrsrnled to al'. students in grades i-H. The program was initialed by I'le late S?crctary of State, Paul Powell. bach studer', will receive a copy cf the booklet entitled, "Bicycle Rules of the Road." This booklet will 'crve as the basis of instruction and th;' children will he allowed to kc-p them permanently. The book¬ let includes .sections on the care of the bicycle itself, traffic signals and signs, traffic law v bicycle safety rules, and parents' responsibility. Ulementary Principal, James Bankos urges all parents to familiarize themselves with contents of this i ;).)klcl with special emphasis on the section concerning parental re¬ sponsibility. Hollowing the classroom instruc¬ tion, a test will be administered con¬ cerning the most important informa- ton to be impaiied to the children, b'ollcwing th'j satisfactory comple¬ tion of the teit, a very attractive Stafe of-'IlHBois Certificate of Achievement will be awarded.' Sgt Riedl Airman of the Quarter Notice Chief Richard Nelson, policeman from the Huntley police department, reports that tho 1971 Huntley ve¬ hicle stickers ha\e arrived at th(? Village Hall. Those residents wish¬ ing to reserve specific number should contact him at 669-2341. AIC James Riedl, 319 aviation maintenance squadron, was named outstanding airman and noncom- miss!on officer for the quarter: For Grand Forks Airforce Base for the period cf July through SoBltemim. "AllWaJi Rie* received a free week¬ end at the Ranuda Inn in Wianipeg, Canada. Traveling to and from the Inn in a 1971 Mtrcury furnished for his use. Airman Riedl, a bombing naviga¬ tion mechanic with additional dut¬ ies of techician under file clerk and calibrator of category 2 test equipment arrived at the base in 1969. From Huntley, the son of Mr. AIRMAN OF THE QUARTER Continued on Page Two McHenry County Music Festival This "selected" portion of the 400 voice chonis festival in McHenry Monday, Nov. 9, will perform selected wwks by PurccU, Brahms, Pfantscb, and Morley. At 8:00 PJM. in the West Campim Gym, meml>ers of the choruses friMn Alden-Hebron, Huntley, Harvard, Marengo, McHenr}', Rtdunond-BuHton, and Wood¬ stock high schoob will mass for a 400 voice chonis. Under the direction of Mr. Howard Dill of NMihem Illinois University, the massed group will perform "O God Our Help in Ages Past", by Hovabness, "Praiw the Lori, Sing Allelnla" by C. Smith, "A Walts for Two Left Feet", by W. Rodby, "The FaataattckaT selection by Jones and Schmidt, aad a medey of George M. Cohan songs. A selected dkoiv from tbe schools represented of 82 voices wHl perform the more academic music on the program. This annnid evmt has been a highlight in the sdKxri year of mosical performances. General famBy admiaakm U $l.t5, aad 75 cents for a single admisdon. Other featores on the program will hiclnde performaoces of special gmopa from Marengo, Harvard, McHemy, and Woodatnck.
|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|