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^ HUNTLEY ^<-^ VOLUME 17. NUMBER 27 _l THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28,1976 PHONE 669-5621 - If no answer caU 459-1456 or 459-0998 -^^:.-^^^ 2 SECTIONS SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY' SINCE 1960 ISc PER COPY DEAN MARLOWE HUNTLEY'S COUNTY BOARD CANDIDATE VOTE ON NOVEMBER 2nd UONS CLDB CANDY DAY Dean Marlowe of 10615 N. Church Street, Huntley, is a candidate for the Mc Henry County Board in District 1 (Alg¬ onquin and Grafton Townships). Mr. Marlowe, having placed sec¬ ond of 7 candidates In the March primary, is now one of the 4 Republican candidates running in the nov. 2 election. A life-long resident of Huntley, he went on to Milton College in Wisconsin upon graduation from high school. Mr. Marlowe then enlisted in the Army Security Agency for 4 years. One year was ; served in the states, one in Korea and two in Germany. Upon returning from the Army, he resumed employment at Marl¬ owe Feed and Hatchery in Hunt¬ ley. He is married to Marjorie Jensen who has been a resident of Huntley since 1955. They have three children - Bonnie,5, Carol,2 and Brian,!. Mr. Marlowe served two terms on the board of trustees of the First Congregational Church, Huntley, and two years as treas¬ urer of their Men's Fellowship. He is also on the Village Planning Commission, and an area coord¬ inator for the Thompson for Governor campaign. If elected, I would strive to give the voters the best possible government fof the least amount of tax dollars. 1 feel thaf it is too easy for people in government to throw tax dollars at a problem and hope it goes away. An elected official or government employee must make an effort to find answers with the best results fOT the least Cost. If given the opportunity to serve, I would work diligently for the people of McHenry County, stated Mr. Marlowe. He also referred to McHenry Couniy as an area of country Charm with urban comfor¬ ts. Sheriffs Detecttves arrest five Men in Rocic Throwing death Sheriff Art Tyrell called a press conference at 9:30 am on Tuesday, Oct. 26th in refemce to the rock throwing incident on Oct. 20th the following subjects have been all charged with murder and a bond of $500,000 set on each by Judge Conrad Floeter. The five youths between the ages of 18 to 20;Gary Lee Campbell, 19, of 42 Arrowhead Dr., Algonquin, Joseph M Shine,18. of 397 Asbury, Fox River Grove, John P. Shine,20, of 397 Asbury, Fox River Grove, James E. Glasder. 18, of 8407 Wium Rd., Cary. and Daniel E. Craig,20, of 813 E. Main St. Cary were charged with the murder of David L. Klaws,26, of Harvard. Sheriff Tyrell stated that the $2000 reward offered by two unidentified men for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the death will not be given to anyone. The Sheriff added because the sheriff's detecttves soved the crime without any help from anyone outside the department. He said, "1 can't find words enough to praise the fine work of the 5 Pictured above are Mel Ewert, Huntley Lions Qub Candy Day Chairman, Eddie Hayes, Lion Club President and John Mattingly as they sold candy at Main and Route 47 last Saturday, proceeds from the day will go to the blind. It is estimated that $1000 was made on the sales. DAIRY MART GETS NEW ENTRANCE Pictured above is the Huntley Dairy Mart which was almost Huntley's drive through resturant last week when the brakes on a car driven by Peggy Haltermann of Hampshire failed. No injuries were reported. HRST AID CLASS TO BE GIVEN A First Aid class will be given by the Huntley Fire Department on Thursday, Nov. 4th from 7-10 pm at the American Legion Home. Further information may be obtained from Dennis Foust at 669-5994. I SENIOR CITIZENS TRIP PLANNED The McHenry County Senior Citizens Council is planning a trip to the Ice Follies on Saturday, [Nov. 27th. They will attend the Ifirst performance af 10:30 »m. Plans are made for having lunch tollowing the performance and tickets are $10.00 per person. This is the complete charge for lunch, transportation and admit¬ tance. There will only be 4 buses so be sure to call in your reservations early. Huntley Sen¬ iors may call either Meta lessmer at 669-5623 or Louise Kreutzer al 669-5657. Tickets mi-vt be paid for in advance and either :.teta or Louise will take your money and make your reset* ation for you. HUNTLEY POUCE REPOIT 10-19 The owner of a home under construt;tion reported to police that damage was done to some insulation board on hia home. 110-19 The owner of a home under construction reported to poUce that damage was done to tome insulation board on his home. 10-19 A small fire was reported to police behind a building, a fire truck was dispatched and fire was 1 put out. '10-19 While on patrol police i observed a vehicle parked unatt- I ended on Algonquin Rd. Part of the vehicle was on the roadway : causing a hazard to traffic. Police had the vehicle removed. 10-20 Huntley police assisted on an auto accident until the Sheriff 's Police arrived. 10-21 While on patrol potice observed a glow coming from the power lines on East Main St. The power company was then notified 10-21 A local subject was arrested by Huntley police in which there was a warrant for his arrest from the SherifTs police. The subject had failed to appear in court on a traffic complaint. 10-21 Because of telephone line problems police responded to numerous false fire and burglary alarms. 10-22 Police investigated an auto accident in which an auto driven by Peggy L. Halterman of Hamp¬ shire pulling up to the Huntley Dairy Mart had its brakes fail. . which caused the vehicle to strike the building. Damage was caused to the store front but nO injuries were reported. No tickets issued. 10-23 At 2:30 in the morning police responded to a barking dog complaint, the owner was notified to keep the dog quiet. HALLOWEEN "HUCK 01 TREAIING _, In Huntley, the ninety minutes "1 preoeeding the costume party hta _been designated for Halloween trick or treating for grade school . children. The time is 5:30 to 7:00 pm on Saturday, October 30th. Householders who wish to partic¬ ipate should turd on their porch lights.
|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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|Publisher||This Collection was digitized and loaded into CONTENTdm by OCLC Preservation Service Center (Bethlehem, PA) for the Huntley Area Public Library|
|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|