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¦*¦ Y^i ^ HUNTLEY ^^^ VOLUME 16 — NUMBER 15 THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1975 — PHONE — M»-5«21 — If Ne AMwer 4S9-e99S or 4S9-145i 20;5 ij. MAIN HUNTLY 60142 UL. 8 PAGES SERVING THB PEOPLE OF HUNTLBY SH4CB lift 18c riK con Offices Hernandez Re-Hired Legion To Hold! Installation A joint installation ceremony ofl the Huntloy America nLegion Post No 673 and AuxDiary Unit No. 67;?i will be held on July 26th at tho Ivt^gion Home in Huntley. The coromony, which will begin at 8:00 p.m., will bo held to induct tho fcllowing Po.st No. 673 officei-s Robert Sch"chtrci-, Commander:! ClunrVs Con'.ey. Senior Vico-Ojm-Jt? mandcr; Ralph Petors, Junior Vice-jJ^; (Commander: Don Hns.::j'om, Adjut-tt' ant: James Ixmke, Finance Offi-jr.- cor; and hcmas B'Jcui, .Sgt. at .A.'-ms.'j Auxiliary Unit No. 673 will in-** stall tlieir following oi'ficois: Iled-'- wig l.oorard. presidont; Do'is Ball,!' Isl, vice i;csider>l; Neva R(;l>ert-) ¦haw, 2nd vice president: Mae Che¬ sak, historian; Arlons Mattingly, ' troii.sui'er; Mabel Schultz, secretary.1 Shc-ryl Bohlin, cliaplain; Dcmmi B'Jom, Sgt. at Arms; and Marilyn- . F.:'.;m-n, Assistant Sgt. at .•Xrnis.t"' An Open House an.l relrc iimontsj f. w.il [jUcw the cc.c.'iiony. \ K Strissel Killed In Crash 'ihere will be a moeting of thcl Uicentd.nnial ccmniittee on rucsday,! July 15, at 8 p.m. at the I.egionj Hall. Ihe flag dediciilion progiami will be outlined. M. C. Hen.andez was tentatively hired to fill the vacancy created by Donald F. McKeating Jr who respec- tivefuily resgned from the Huntley Pobce Dept. effective June 30, 1975. Officer McKeating turned in his resignation to Chief Dziiewior on Monday, June 30. It was accepted by the Chief of Police and Police Police Report June 25, 1975, Police on patrol apottod a situation and went on to investigate it. It was reported that it was determined that persons unknown had attempted to burglar¬ ize a local business and that tho police on patrol chased them off. June 25. 1975, Police invostif;:';te.i the report of an auto in a corn field. It VIa; iop;)rled that tho occupants had control of the field. T;'.o sub¬ jects weie turncl over to their par¬ ents. Juno 27. 1975, Polico were simi- nicnod to a lojal residence to assisi in the removal of a bat. (The flying type) tho creature was remL>v-(J and destroyed. Jure 29. 1975. Police on patrol obnervrd an alarm going off at a local bu inc.-s. .\ check was made of the building and it apjwaied se¬ cure. .\n employee was sunimonoJ and a chct-k was made of the in¬ terior. June 29, 1975, Police are investi¬ gating the report of tires beinjv slashed at a local residence. It ap- peares there was no motive and the police ar continuing, to «ee the States Attorney ff any complaints were to be signed. July 2, 1975, Police went to an area residence on the erport of a prowler call. A search was made of the area and police will contnue to watch for any persons in the area again. July 2, 1975, Police were called to assist the McHenry County Sher- iKs jKilice in the investigation of stolen mail. Some madl was recov¬ ered and it was reported that it all came from the Chicago area. Postal investigators were notifed and the investigation wUl continue. ConimiU.oo that cvcni' g. .Miss Her¬ nandez was hired by the police com-, mittco that evening pending full board appro\al at the Thursday, July 10 meeting. She has worked for the McHenry Co. Sheriff's Dept. and Huntley Police Department in the past. rn July 3, 1975. Police handled an accident at Main and Rt. 47. No'; injuries were reported. It was re-i pc.rled that one vehicle started out! from the ?top sign and did not see! tho other vehicle coming. July 4, 1975, Polico were calletl:] to tosist the Slate Police in an ac-Jj cident on Rt. 47 north of Huntley.J It was reported thai Uiere was fa-J talitics, and tho Hunlloy I'olice as-j sisUJ as ri'.uc-h as pr«ible. July 6, lv75, Polho n\estigated| an accident en M;':n st. It was re-1 ported that one driver lo:st tontrolj of his vobiclo after striking a park¬ ed truck and ran into the Slate Bank] cf Huntley. No njuries w^ro re-1 r:o:ieti 3nd little damage wa^ donej to t'.io li-uck or the buildinf?. The monthly report to tho Vil- lag-- rtiard of Huntley for the month] of Jure, 1975. Incidcns handled:,! a.cidents 2. alarms 5, animal 1, as.jj si.sts 7, huvgU.iT 3, burglary attempt¬ ed 1. battory 3. building- checks 3,1 criminal damj^fo 6. d 'incstics 2, dds-ii turbances 2. disorderly corKiuct 1,1 misc. 2. mi'-sing pci-sons 1, personal! injury 1, prowler 1. thel't 1. traffic 4.1 Total 46. Squad cars, mileage No.J 160 - 2756, No. 161 - 4187, totalC 6943. l-'uel. No. 160 - 420.S gaUonsJ No. 161 - 335.5 gallons, total 756.3( callons. School Board Ihe July 14 meeting of the Kiuit-j ley School Board will be called atl 7:45 p.m. in the Boar droom. Payment ot bills and the hearingji of the committee reports will be||' the first items of business. f- r OtJior itenii to como before the,' : ' Board aie: book fee, student insui- I ance, towel sei-vice, cost of meals,' designating a voter to the Board' of Control ol the Area Vocational [Center, plans lor investing money alter the sale of tho bonda, approval 'ot staff contracts, conti-acting mid- ^day kindorgaiten run, membei-snip in llliinois Association of School Boards, Job Descriptionia and poli¬ cies. iroo jHople were dead on ar- i. al at the Woodstock Hospital as .1 lesult of a head on collision about I mile Noi-th of Huntley on Route :i at about 7:30 July 4. The dead are Karen Strissel, 18, i(')06 Kathleen Drive, HunUey, who was alone in her car. John Hayes, ^49, 10226 S. 52 Ave., Oak Lawn, 11'., a passenger in a car driven by his wife, Marie B. Hayes, 45, <rf the same address, and nine year oid John Hayes Jr., son of the above mentioned. Injured were Mrs. Hayes, broken leg, pelvis, and ribs. She was taken to the Sherman hospital; Margaret Hayes, 14, dislocated hip and broken teeth; Katherine Hayes,, age 4, minor facial cuts and Hannah M. Hayes, -Tge 11. The last two were treated an<l released at Sherman According to State Police report the Ha\e<; car was South bound on Route 47 the Strissel car was North bound. In rounding the curve at thk^ point the vehicl ewerrt off tlie road¬ way to the right on to the loose gravel and came back over the cen¬ ter line, hitting the Hayes vehlcto had on. In another 4th of July tragedy, an apparent drowning is reported by the McHenry County Sheriffs Dept. The body of Michelle Becker. 18, 1807 Woodlawn Dr., McHenry, was found in a creek east of Routs 12 in Salon Mills at 3 o'clock P.M. Miss Becker had been reported miss¬ ing by her father Gerald Becker of the same address. She had been last seen at midnight July 3rd. Further investigatio nwHl he con- duttxrd after the coroner's inquest The death is listtxl at this point ^s an apparent drowning. Do You Remember [Huntley JLittle League HUNTLEV UTTLK LEAGUE city League Won Loss JjBraves (orange) 4 0 Coach Stallbaum [Giants (green) 2 1 Coach Brannam (Dodgers (maroon) 2 2 Coach Blank [Pirates (gold) 2 2 Coach Hansen [Sox (red) 1 3 Coach Spradlin PCubs (blue) 1 4 Coacli Blackwell There have t>een two tied games [and one game rained out. Thank You Huntley Police Huntley, Illinois 60142 .Mtention: Police Chief On Sunday, June 22nd, we weroiBI heading homo from a weekend mo-^" torcycle trip in Wisconsin, when wC; rein into a terrible storm just out¬ side of Huntley. After getting com-.y pletely soaked and riding through.) Continued on Page Five POLICE REPORT i] July 5th throu 12 — Northwood jSummer Cap. July 14 — Troop Meeting. July 21 —Troop meeting. July 28 — Troop meeting. [Governor Dodge Campout Twelve scouts and three leaders [enjoyed one of the best camp-outs fso far at Gsvemor Dodge, Wiscon- |sin July 21. 22, 23. Shane Jordi, Guy ¦Dedina, Mark Bjom, Tim Swanson, Tony Korwin, Jim and Joe Apelecky, Roger Graff, Doug Will, John Staab, i Keith Dobralinsky, Mike Grechis, .vith Don DeDina, Al Jordi and Oave Bjom Mked swam, and cnjoy- i3d the sunshine. Boentennial brings out memories of "old timers" and above is one of Huntley's resideats (second £rom left), Mr. Henry Wells. Atty. who played drums with tbe Graysville Minor Band. T'he picture was taken about 70 J ears ago emd Mr. Wells told us the band has not fun^^ioned for at least 65 years. Notice To Parents May we remind parents of any new students in our district and aU students entering Kindergarten, fifth grade and ninth grade must have a physical and dental examina¬ tion before the first day of schooi. Physical forms may be picked up in the High Scbool office anytime be¬ tween the hours of 8 a.nu and 4:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Summer school ends TMsday. July 22. » Registration for grade school wfil be August 12 and high scbool witt be ugust 13. August 13 — Football practlos. August 22 — Institute Day August 25 — First day of school for students.
|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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