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Annual Financial Statement For Publication For The Fiscal Year Ended June 30,1968 TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 211 COUNTY OF COOK GENERAL Size of district In square miles, eiVi; No. of attendance centers, 3; No. of full-time certified employees, 306; No. of full-time non certified employees, 159. Average Daily Attendance, 4,598.3; Average Daily Enrollment. 4,878.7. No. of pupils enrolled per grade: 9, 1,453; 10, 1,262; 11, 1,070; 12, 340: Special, 35; Total, 4,760. Education Tax Rate By Fund, 1.38; Building, .25; Transportation, .08; I.M.R.F., .06; Life Safety, .05; Rent, .11; Working Cash, .05; Bonds Interest, .38. Total district assessed value $218,942,331.00 Assessed value per pupil In A.D.A 47,613,76 Assessed value per pupil In A.D.E 44,877,19 Total bonded debt June 30, 1968 10,945,000.00 Per cent of bonding power obligated currently 99.98% Value of Capital Assets Basis of Valuation Used (a) Land $ 996,175.48 Purchase price (b) Buildings 11.657,249.40 Purchase price (c) Equipment 2.341,260.13 Purchase price PALATINE TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 211 GROSS SALARIES 1U07-G8 Rosemary Daugherty. $5,223.33; Lois Mocella, $5,000.40; Edith Mulcohy, $5,300,30; Ann Bacigalupo, $2,009,87; Evelyn Baril, $2,310.98; Regina Bastian, $2,641.90; Delia Berlin, $4,201.39; Catherine Bowman, $2,481.13; Helen Buettner, $1,768.64; Alice Chessman, $1,598.87: Marian Clifford, $1,785.94; Johanna Dee, $1,858.84; Clara Flalshaker, $1,591.22; Minnie Flentge, $954.29; Irma Flick, Ida Foreman, $998.63; Lorraine Freise, $2,55840; Betty Fuqua, $1.654.20: Irene Gustafson, $1,581.52; Sophie Haydysch, $1,691.21; Vera Mae Hendrlcks, $1,371.43; Henriette Hertel, $2,172.66; Vera Horcher, $707.05: Lillian Johnson, $2,416.40; Mary Kane, $1,582.95; Marie Kolp, $1,872.98; Martha Larson, $1,871.31; Alice Lowery, $4,29506; Mildred May. $1.710.55; Hattie Merchant, $1,422.76; Marianne Mueller. $1,374.34; Leona Naggats, $1,102.73; Frances Niederberger, $2,274.92: Margaret Nielson, $820.83; Catherine Paske, $1,690.59; Beverly Perkins. $1,920.54; Dolores Pezen, $513.51; Sylvia Pringey. $1,625.04: Phyllis Render $1,912.07; Carol Saunders. Doris Tneglin, $2.449.40; Marion Thomas, $1,930.50; Madeline Tribke, $2.952.50; Ruth Vogel. $3,939.76; Georgia Zonca, $1,040.10; Anne Dudeck. $1.332.64; Tllle Mackey, $1,079.46; Lois Almy, $4.769.30; Phyllis Ambos. 1,610.34; Lorraine Amtmann, $3,262.63; Mary Bachar. $1.926.60: Marguerite Bissell, $4,380.00; Jean Caldwell, $2.157.63; Lillian Cheney, $2,175.13: Jean Cromwell, $4,875.00: Vida Crosby, -$3,644.29: Marlene Culleeney, $2,163.15; Peggy Cutler, $2,673.53; Anne Dillon, $1,045,25; Mary Dolatowski, $4,380.00; Nancy Donahoe. $1,762.41; Phyllis Echeverria, $2,114.37; Carol Fellows, $3,429.19; Gloria Fitzgerald, $2,292.82; Phyllis Fortun, $4,920.00: Kimberly Francke, $5.712,50; Grace Gibson, $4,270.00: Dorothy Godbout. $4.255.50; Lyla Goheen, $5,880.00; Gloria Goldapske, $2,183.10; Virginia Groves, $2,230.80; Dolores Grundish, $3,979.84; June Guttschow. $5,523.09; Virginia Haemker, $3,211.20: Maryon Hatfleld, $2,165,70; Dorothy Henke, $4,542.00; Phyllis Hlllesheim. $1.180.15. Jean Jones, $4,680.00; Betty Kaiser, $2,860,40; Lydia Kaiser, $4.500.00: Ruth Kelly, $5.460.00: Elizabeth Kirchoff. $2,516.43; Mary Jane Kretchman, $4,390.62: Ruth Lang, $3,143.20; Patrice Louis. $2,283.30: Vera Marchel, $3.130.20; Jo Anne Mayer, $2,529.90: Helen McGuffey, $5,400.10; Evelyn McLancy, $4,194.56; Julie Mentzen. $2,55601; Helen Michaels, $4,920.00; Annabelle Miller. $1,321.23: Donna Nehmzow. $3,872.51; Eleanor Niemann, $5.16000: Barbara Padden, Elvira Palmquist, $4,560.00; Marie Pearson, $3,888.20; Dora Peterson, $4,620.00; Fern Peterson, $4,54750: Victoria Poklaske. $3,527.89; Joan Primdahl, $2,274.30; Marcella Reed, $3,763.81: Mary Lou Reynolds, $2,202.56; Jeanne Runklewski. $4.920.00: Audrey Ryberg, $2,642.65; Jeannette Sather. $2350.33: Florence Schroeder, $4,078.52; Kay Seher, $4,740.00; Audrae Sheldon, $4,427.78; Aclele Skott, $2,207,27; Jean Smith, $2,952.60; Veronica Smith. $3.787.94; Wanda Smith, $4,260.00; Carolyn Stinson, $1.982.9"; Doris Travis, $4.230.90: Frances Waibel. $4,329.66; Muriel Weeks, $4.485.00; Carol Weide, $3,015.60; Marion White, $2,463.60; Janice Witte, $2,069.30; Leo Abeln, $8,405.46 Hector Chavez, $5,578.74; Donald Davis, $5,641.26; Kenneth Dems, $5.575.62; Leo Duncan, $4,189.15; Herman Engelkmg, $8.212.60: Javier Gamboa, $5,335.40; Clara Hattendorf, $3,682.54; Jose Hernandez, $5.965.22; William Kent. $6.745.66; Genevieve Kielar. $3,388,84; Matthew Kinney, $3,90599; Walter Krick, $538616: Reinhardt Luebbers. $6,365.83; Isidore Luis, $5,266.88; James Meyers. $5,965.95; Carlos Meza, $1,353.72; Leon Molway, S5.4ni.81: William Noltlng. $6,899.99; John Padden, $6,95013; Lawrence Pavone. $7,06849; Alvin Peters, $6,508.56; Dwan Pettinger, $6488.64: Walter Plinske, $6.864.59; Eleanor Robinson, $2,865.34; Rinehart Schroeder, $11,15302: James Urbanowicz, $5,634,29; Ronald Wedner, $2,175.92; Luther West. $6,468.38: John Zaha $5,986.38: Val Zarek, $6,073.48; Fructuoso Zepeda, $5,552.27, ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR PUBLICATION For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1968 TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 211 GROSS SALARIES 1967-1968 B.A. Degree. 0-5 year's experience, Salary Range $5,800$10.000: Judith Almandariz. Jane E. Althoff, Jack Ary, William K. Bailey, David A. Earth, David B. Barton, Linda L, Behrends, Susan J. Blotch, Raymond P. Brogan, Michael Brosz, Marcia T, Chmielinski, Karen L, Crook. Marc D, Denny, James Dewey, Dennis Douglas, Judith L, Engebretson, Stephen K. Evans, Leonard R. Fiocca, Donald D. Fletcher, Donald I. Frolich, Richard R. Cm. Luellen Glese, Martha A. Glaser, Bonnie P. Grabenkort, Linda A. Sokol, Karen A, Hickman, Thomas Hillesheim, George Hinton, Thomas G. Howard, Janine A. Carlson, Ronna L. Jacobs, Joy Janssen, Mark A. Just, Marilyn Kanwischer, Leon M. Lasu- boske. Donald P. Keck, Myrna Kluiter, Richard Knappen, Randall Knudson, Beverley Kramer, Sarah F. Kunkle, Dana J. Lillie, Ralph Loses. Bonnie Loufek, Judith Lundeen, Richard Lutz, Judy Lysaker, Peter Lysaker, Bettlna Mall, Sharon Mattson, James McCabe. Roger McCoy, Marlon McGinnis, Robin Meyer, Leroy Mulcrone, Patricia Mulcrone, Jo Ann Mundt, Susan C. Nehring. Barbara Olsen, Mary Pearson, Lawrence Peterson, Tara Powroznyk. Carolyn J. Pugsley, Richard Redlinger, Judith Rice, Sharon Ruthstrom, Nancy Saggars, Karen Froelich, Edith Schulz, Carleen Sleh, Donald Skinner, Claudette Skoglund, Sally Snyder, Anton Sokol, William Spaletto, Jane Talbott, Cartole Theesfeld, Dean Thompson, Mary Van Home, Elizabeth Vogt, Judith Ward, James Woodward, Mary Andel, John Anderson. Lorraine Asian, Sharon Bacha. Stephen Bell, Mary Bellio. Bill Broderick, Dennis Carlson. Luclnda Christiansen, Mary Cotter, Paul Dietrich, Jill Duffy, Patrick Dunn. Richard Fitch, Susan Froysland, Nancy Gattorna. JoAnn Gelling, Gloria Gerhardt, Richard Herb, Sharon Jensen. Dennis Keppen, Marilyn Knappen, Mary Koontz. Gary Kraft, Marianne Kyle, Lauren Lafferty, Shirley Lammers, Krlsten Lash. Linda Lee, Carolyn Lehtinen, Nancy Lenzi, Bernard MacDonald, Barbara Manny, Karen Marks, Sandra Masson, James McCartney, Sandra Michener, Marian Milling Janice Moncier, Norene O'Neil, Richard Osimowicz, Bonnie Parken, Susan Pasono, Carol Peterson, Gerald Peterson, Patricia Peterson, Grace Ransdell. Billie Redfield, Elizabeth Retzlaff, Diane Ririe, James Robinson, Carol Rumchak, William Rumchak, Roy Schodt- ler John Seyring, Anne Shearer, Margaret Smith, Nancy Southard, Phyllis Tantillo, Karen Ulbrich. Lynn Van Dien, Thomas Van Dien, Holly Walker, Mark Walker, Dianne Welda, Ellen Wischmeyer. B.A. Degree, 6-10 year's experience, Salary Range Jg.flOO- $11.000: Lucille Berglund, Clifford J. Dotseth, Sandra Foell, Arvid Herstedt, Mary Iber, Lola Mulier, Earl Swenson, Robert Wheat. B.A. Degree, 11 year's experience, Salary Range $8,000 and up: Marjorle E. Anderson, Claude V. Bailey, Marie L. Caranci, Richard N. Gavlgan, Geraldine Gurbacki, Geraldine Plate, Mary Schlintz. James Stutzman. M.A. Degree, 0-5 year's experience, Salary Range $6,100$10.000: Ronald Avery, Karen Blatt, John G. Breault, Wayne C, Browning, Jerrett E. Cairns. Susan B. Carl, Sherrlll A. Carlson, Paul R. Cary, Gerald D. Chapman, Carlysle Chiddister, Carol Christen, Madelyn V. Ciacclo. Jeffrey Corbm, Jack W. Dean, Ada C. Deletzke, Jill Wettersten. Nancy F. Deselm, Patricia Franket, Terrance J. Gelllnger. David K. Hans, Glenn G. Harris, Norman H. Jones, Robert L. Klassy, Harriett J. Luxdal, Dennis Larson, Robert Lyons, Walter Lysyak, William McCauley, George McNulty, Ronald Menely, Janet Miller, Kenneth Spengerl, Marcia Tramel, Wllma Tregg, John Vanhook, John Walgren, Ronald Ward, Mary Anderson, Wayne Belskis, Daniel Bianucci, LaVern Boelkens, Susan Breen. Roberta Carlson, Judith Ellis, Jeannette Eskedal, Dennis Garber, Edith Jackson, Bernard Mitchell, Alice Mulvaney, John Silver, Lemma Smith, James Spongier, Lenard Swenson. John Thomas, Thomas Waly, Marshall Webb, Frederick Wllkens. Jerry Neumann, Lucy Parker. Russell Pence, Ronald Persche. Gerald Plus. Prlscilla Powell, David Reiser, Robert Rlehm, David Rusch. Sterling Sims, Diana Stoewer, Roger Swanson. Peter Sweedy, Glenn Templeman, Douglas Tolman. M.A. Degree. 6-10 year's experience. Salary Range $8,600913.000: Bruce Altergott, Gerald J. Anderson, Roderic Botts, Robert Ferguson, Alois E. Frlet, Ben P. Gehlbach, Lawrence W. Goslin. Nancy J. Heggem, Donald T, Howard, Joe Johnson, Lawrence R. Johnson, Stanton Knodle, Janet Korman. Judith Madory, Meredith Masterson, Wayne McKlnley, Mervel Miller, Meredith Newberg, Florence Salzer, Martha Schnlepp, Henry Schwarz, Barbara Shlpman, Marie Slgler, Richard Storm, Daryl Tessen, Lawrence Welch. M.A. Degree, 11 year's experience, Salary Range 810,000 and op: Charles Feutz, Ray Mills, Enewerd Mommsen, Buren Moore. Wayne Pethick, Martin Plate, Olga Smith, Edgar Trout, Carl Welmer, Richard Welty, J. A. Lawrence, Thomas Maquire, Gerald McElroy, Keith Shelton. SUPPLIES ' Ace Hardware $398.10, Addison-Wesley Publishing $878.52, Adler's Foreign Books $133.52, John J. Ahlgrim $21.00, Airco Welding Service $211.29, Allied Radio $778.05, Allyn and Bacon $661.41, American Art Clay $1,583.78, American Technical Society $185.99, Appleton Century Crafts $834.68, Arlington Park Dodge $113.32, Association of College Admissions $107.00, Auto Clutch Parts $1,026.60, American Lock $586.04, Airkem North E. 111. Inc. $256.25, American Library Line $529.25, Arlington Auto Parts $226.41, Ability Glass Mirror $1,167.79, American Book $346.20, Amaco $127.94, Baker Taylor $2,048.75, Charles Bennett Co. $1,479.75, E. W. Boehm $4,116.82. P. T. Brake Lining Co. $441.32, Brodhead Garrett $514.47, Bruce Publishing Co. $195.90, Burgess Anderson Tate $3,945.02, Burke Sound $824.59, Bro-Dart Inc. $117.75, Brinks Manufacturing $1,464.34, Brooks Chemical $202.71, Bobbs Merrill Co. $102.40, B S Electronics $114.00, Dick Blick $222.96, Bierman Implement $419.25, Central Scientific $2,705.00, Century Sports $5,023.77, Champion Knitwear $939.55, Cinema Processors $1,409.99, Coe Palm Biological $126.03, Comfort Lumber $785,55, Co Op Electrical Si 758.60, Coi $168.77, Curtis 1000 $448.83, Cenco Instruments $1,!ort Equipment Service $198.00. Rae Crowther $140.75, Carol Cleaners $106.40, Comprehensive Filmtreat $104.80, Central Solvents $792.00, Continental Press $172.67, Continental Book $112.95, Chicago Fire Burglar $163.00, Clow Corporation $236.00, Chronicle Guidance $134.75, Craddock Uniforms $105.85, George A. Davis $864.68, DeMoulin Brothers $285.19, Demco $1,039.79, Dictaphone Corporation $25.17, Ditto Di- I vision $596.79, Dietzgen $265.05, Denoyer Geppert $374.95, Educa- ! tors Paper Supply $676.62, Elgin Spring $174,87, Encyclopedia Britanmca $1,422.60, Eye Gate House $239.00, Electronic Kits Supply $166.20, Emil Berlin $567.00, Effengee Electric $204.07, Educational Research $114.00, Educational Audio Visual $144.34, Facts on File Inc. $156.00, Filter Engineers $573.00, Carl Fischer Inc. $1,863.35, Follett Publishing $427.24, Frederick Post Co. $2,664.47. W, H. Freeman Co. $1,002.49, Freund Brothers $256.04, Fuller Brush Company $1,301.19, Ford Motor Company $240.00, Fend- All Company $147.22, George Fetzer $166.47, Flood Company $540.79, Gaare Oil Company $27,307.57, Gaylord Brothers $448.45, General Biological Supply $962.60, Ginn Company $4,657.90, Globe Book-Company $513.65, Golf Paint Glass $417.30, Great Lakes Fire Extinguisher $210.90, Guidance Associates $712.80, Gamble Hinges Music Co. $276.9L Great Books Foundation $144.80, Gravely Equipment $319.06, Gestetner Corporation $129.00, Gates Paper $221.81, Hansen Hardware $6,929.08, Harcourt, Brace World $6,608.52, Hayden's Sport Center $8,782.72, D. C. Heath Co. $3,455.56, Helm Hoth Inc. $715.84, Hermes Plastics $744.60, Hertzberg New Method $1,576.63, Holt, Rinehart Winston $976.32. Houghton Mifflin Company $4,472.67, Huntington Laboratories $1,622.78, Hendrickson Co $1,052.35, Healthkit Electronic Center $717.53, Home Economics Publishers $236.30, Hork Sanitary Rag $413.35, Horne Cast Aluminum $187.00, Henk Newenhouse $180.00, Indiana University $499.42, IGM $1,013.01, Imperial Woodworking $376.00, Institutions Magazine $102.50, Instrumental Music $222.40, Ideal Delicatessen $567.39, Illinois Aqua Service $288.26, Jaydee Athletic Field Equipment $411.96. Jewel Tea Company $1,089 87, Johnson Service $167.86, Josten's $218.67, Jean Lee Originals $430.50, Karnes Music Co. $4,231.81, Keelox Manufacturing $135.12, Klean Company $3,287.54, Kroehler Manufacturing $140.50, Keystone Envelope $110.00, Langer Printing $4,120.58, LaPine Scientific $134.24, Larson Company $86.40, Laseke Electric $157.50, Lattof Motor Sales $2,920.77, Le Compte Associates $392,74, J, B. Lippincott $297.27, Lyons Band Instruments $116.15. Lawson Products $734.37, Limbaughs $453.72, Le Compte Associates $104.55, Lake Automotive Products $112 50, Larson Hall Inc. $2,840.44. Pro Sport Center $325.80, Psychological Corporation $763.50, Publishers Central Bureau $167.78, Parrish Sporting Goods $9,230.69, Paoli Clay Co. $200.78, Pure Oil Company $257.05, Protective Equipment Inc. $460.01, Prairie State School Equipment $248.27, Panama Beaver $669,25, P. F. Pettibone Co. $229.39, Peterson Glass Company $556.00, Readers Digest Service $114.00, Retco Alloy Co. $5,057.27, Rockwell Manufacturing $108.58, Sadler's Music Shop $145.55, Sanitary Market $105.30, W. B. Saunders Co. $137.03. Sax Arts Crafts $2,575.67, School Health Supply $936.41, Scholastic Magazine $576.52, Science Research Associates $1,353.32, Scott, Foresman Co. $3,526.54, Sears Roebuck Co. $469.23, Sellstrom Manufacturing $258.08, Sherwin Williams $976.93, Silver Burdett Co. $277.45, Simplex Time Recorder Co. $90.56, L. W. Singer Co. $396.91, Singer Company $180.38, Smith Salt Service $224.80, South Western- Publishing $984.12, Sportsman's Lodge $1,099.65, Superior Coach Sales $208.25, Shelving Inc. $1,536.63, Simpson Educational Systems $190.25. Herman E. Schmidt $35.00, Standard Register Co. $963.48, Society For Visual Education $112.07, Sterling Net Twine $35.50, Smith Salt Service $140.50, Seventeen Specialties $245.68, Suburban Music $175:16, Three Arrows $546.70, 3M Business Products $3,501.73, Terrace Supply Co. $107.85, Tri County Distributors $2,541.35, Time Incorporated $255.00, Tele Sound $390.00, Uarco Inc. $4,250.00, University of Chicago Press $251.40, University of Illinois $2,452.05, University of Missouri $259.00, University of Nebraska $1,374.21, United Visual Aids $3,718.91, United States Publishers $358.00, Vis- ualcraft Inc. $526.50, Welch Scientific $1,228.55, H. W. Wilson $632.00, Wolverine Sports Supply $375.89, World Book Encyclopedia $132.80, Zimmer Hardware $1,138.00. Total, $306,185 06. SERVICE Advance Heating $2,129.14, John J. Ahlgrim $436.24, Arlington Medical Lab. $532.00, Arwell $323.94, A A Body Shop $794.57, Barrington Trucking $2,185, Brake Align $1,895.12, Donald Bark $2,530.20, Barrington Tennis Club $450.00, James E. Bowen $537.76, Business Men's Clearing House $675.00, C B Boiler Service $943.34, Commonwealth Edison $70,001.48, Coverall Laundry Service $798.87, Clearbrook Center $2,995.90, Crown Personnel $576.20, Central Typewriter $17.75, Chapman Cutler $950.00, Bill Cook Buick $163.05, Chicago Fire Burglar $79.00, Countryside Center $351.88, Dictaphone Corporation $870.00, Ditto Division $583.85, Doyno Motors $164.47, Eberlings Inc. $332.90, A A Erickson Brothers $289.00. Arthur J. Gallagher Company $27,037.00, Gander Mt. Ski School $800.00, Honeywell, Inc. $1,299.46, Hills Building Maintenance $1,849.00, IBM $31,163.82, Ideal Uniform Rental $4,285 89, Illinois Bell Telephone $28,545.68, Illinois Fire Extinguisher $203.50, Illinois Aqua Service $610.00, William K. Kopp $1,811.00, Knight Stevenson $525.00, Dr. Harold Labinsky $125.00, Langan Haeger Vincent $3,073.00, Manpower Inc. $151.79. Norman Engelhardt Franke $1,128.15, North American Life Assurance $2,083.68, Northern Communications $1,180.65, Northern Illinois Gas $45,493.22, Northwest Clean Towel Service $2,203.80, Pal Launderette $1,350.00, Postmaster $5,275.00, Palatine Drive In Cleaners $448.10, Runge Electric $2,587.32, Sheets Employment Service $485.33, C. D. Starck M.D. $1,030.00, Schaumburg Travel Service $1,15630, T J Service $191.95, Transworld Airlines $124.00, Village of Hoffman Estates $3,838.92, Village of Palatine $3,250.03, Wala Washerette $16,585.48, West Personnel Service $240.50, Don Wente $896.98, Work Power Inc. $352.28. Total, $282,- ] 988.49. CAPITAL OUTLAY Allied Publishers $209.65, American Lock $758.52, All Steel Equipment $518.59, Carroll Seating $1,977.74, Crown Supply $3,- PADDOCK PUBLICATIONS FRI., NOV. 29, 1968 $339.54, McGraw Hill Book Company $8,698.11, McKnight $337.10, McGre_gor Magazine $2,145.78, McGinnis McKnight ,,__. , ,,__ ..._ D _ T _, , McCall Corporation $145.25, Macalaster Scientific $371.03, Collier- Macmillan $5,829.21, Charles E. Merrill Books $180.80, Model Publishing $672.79, Modern Learning Aids $314.00, E. R. Moore Company $122.25, Moran Equipment Corporation $198.54, Mayfair Textile $1,785.00, Marboro Books $241,99, Nappe Music House $156.46, Nasco $605.93, National Biological Supply $189.69, National Chem- search $1,806.23, National Medical Service $155.12, Northern Chemical $2,276.65, Northwest Firestone $1,814.71, Northwest Office Machine $3,050.83, Nissen Corporation $157.53, Nabor Lumber $1,637 13, National Cash Register $593.99, Northwest Ford Truck Sales $607.02, Newport Chemical Co. $171.52, National School Towel Service $349.27, Northern Chemical $753 90, Northwest Printing Service $151.80, North American Mogal Products $194.04. Odyssey Press $702.90, Oshkosh Paper $12,356.20, Paddock Publications $8,308.77, Palatine News Agency $129.71, Palatine Automotive Supply $4,459.94, Parke Davis Co. $1,261.03, Paxton Equipment Supply $12,713.56, Frank Paxton Lumber $5,515.15, Pitney-Bowes Inc. $508.67, George Poole Ford $4,517.59, Prentice 791.20, Central Typewriter $1,540.00, Chicago Bus Sales $3,860.80, Rae Crowther $868.10, Championship Wrestling Products $3,082.25, Franklin Lee Company $1,123.00, Garrett Tubular Products $1,033.97, Hermes Plastics $24.31, Dan Hayes Boiler Service $3,484.50, Horne Cast Aluminum $75.00, Hausman Bus Sales $30,278.64, Dick James Ford $25,890.40, Larson Company $1,446.00, Lyons Band Instruments $532.00, L L Distributors $1,745.00, George McArthur Sons $584.10, Northwest Office Machine $262.80, Nissen Corp. $168.14, Olivetti Underwood $998.00, Parrish Sporting Goods $124.02, Porter Leavitt Co. $128.00, Prairie State School Equipment $2,299.50, Palmer Plumbing $125.00, Production Sales Service $539.00, Remington Office Machines $499.00, Sears Roebuck Co. $699.70, Sherwin Williams $176.87, Simplex Time Recorder Co. $237.25, Singer Company $447.41, Shelving Inc. $643.97, Simpson Educational Systems $6,790.02, Herman E. Schmidt $121.73, Sterling Net Twine $84.89, Stearnes Imperial $716,00, S H Manufacturing Co. $137.05, Suburban Music $569.70, Sun Electric Corporation $1,361.00, Spitzer's Office Furniture $470.50, 3M Business Products $389.00, Terrace Supply Co. $782 00, Tri County Distributors $133 35, Tele Sound $632.00, Taylor Enterprises $2,350 00, United Visual Aids $604.60, Visualcraft Inc. $90.40, Wolverine Sports Supply $165 96. Total, $105,570 63. SCHOOL DISTRICT 211, COUNTY OF COOK The Annual Financial Statement for Publication CASH RECEIPTS (Cash Basis) STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1968 Educational $3,374,277 Taxes From Governmental Divisions: State Aids 769,141 Federal Aids 21,165 Sale of Bonds Interest on Investments 30,679 Student and Community Services: School Lunch Program 274,038 Other 154,836 Other Revenue 46,812 Building Bond and Interest Transpor- Municipal Site and Con- Working $ 745,696 $1,023,352 tation Retirement struction $ 195,676 $ 91,879 Cash 121,715 Rent ( 99,875 4,654 1,446 844 52,251 3,290 29,607 $1,835,147 9,863 2,205 TOTAL CASH RECEIPTS/REVENUE $4,670,948 $ 747,986 $1,028,006 $ 280,824 $ 91,879 $1,847,215 $ 121,715 $ 99,875 CASH DISBURSEMENTS (Cash Basis) Administration $ 117,608 Instruction 2,755,973 Attendance 4,244 Health 22,604 Operation 108,086 Maintenance 5,435 Fixed Charges 31,491 Student and Community Services: School Lunch Program 268,375 Other 214,636 Capital Outlay 161,285 Bond Principal Retired 366,735 47,365 17,943 8,637 $ 318,953 440,000 156,957 741 9,349 $ 67,559 $1,933,174 TOTAL CASH DISBURSEMENTS/ EXPENSES $3,689,737 $ 440,680 $ 758,953 $ 167,047 $ 67,559 $1,933,174 Excess (Deficiency) Of Receipts Over Expenditures $ 981,211 $ 307,306 $ 269,053 $ 113,777 $ 24,320 $ (-85,959) $ 121,715 $ 99,875 STATEMENT OF POSITION June 30, 1968 ASSETS Cash $(-419,072) $ 259,083 $ 315,204 $ 75,363 $ 14,358 $ Investments 2,145,875 Loans Due from Building Fund 2,026 1,284 969,079 $ 131,483 $ 99,875 TOTAL ASSETS ..$1,728,829 $ 259,083 $ 315,204 $ 75,363 $ 14,358 $ 970,363 $ 131,483 $ 99,875 LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE Anticipation Warrants Payable $1,000,000 Loans Due to Educational Fund Payroll Deductions Payable: Withholding Tax 25 Municipal Retirement (-7,897) Other Deductions (-394) TOTAL LIABILITIES $ 991,734 $ 2,026 $ 2,026 FUND BALANCE . .$ 737,095 $ 257,057 $ 315,204 $ 75,363 $ 14,358 $ 970,363 $ 131,483 $ 99,875 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE $1,728,829 $ 259,083 $ 315,204 $ 75,363 $ 14,358 $ 970,363 $ 131,483 $ 99,875 FUND BALANCE, July 1, 1967 . ADD; Excess of Revenue over Expenditures Other: Fund Transfer Loan ANALYSIS OF CHANGE IN FUND BALANCE .. .$(-245,128) $ 38,570 $ 46,151 $(-38,414)$ (-9,961)$ 968,515 $ 9,768 981,211 2,026 307,306 269,053 113,777 24,320 121,715 $ 99,875 87,808 Total Additions DEDUCT: Excess of Expenditures over Revenue Other: Fund Transfer T ,oan $ 983,237 $'307,306 $ 269,053 $ 113,777 $ 24,320 $ 87,808 $ 121,715 $ 99,875 85,959 Total Deductions ALANCE, June 30, 1968 1,017 86,792 2,026 .$ 1,017 $ 88,818 $ 737,092 $ 257,058 $ 315,204 $ 75,363 $ 14,359 $ 970,364 $ 131,483 $ 99,875 $ 85,959 Legal Notice Notice is hereby given, pursuant to "An Act in relation to the use of an assumed name in the conduct or transaction of business in this State," as amended, that a certificate was filed by the undersigned with the County Clerk of Cook County, file No. B-18002 on the 25th day of November, 1968 under the assumed name(s) of Illinois Disposable Products Company with place of business located at 1751 W. Division Street, Chicago, Illinois. The true name(s) and address(es) of owner(s) is Charles A. Nichols, 2406 Fremont St., Rolling Meadows. Published in Rolling Meadows i Herald Nov. 29, Dec. 6,13, 1968. ' Notice of Sale Take notice that the Board of Directors of the Rolling Mead-1 ows Library will cause to be, sold to the highest bidder the 1 property commonly known as 3300 Meadow Drive, Rolling Meadows, 111., and legally described as follows: , Lot 1652 in Rolling Meadows Unit No. 10, being a subdivision of Lot "U" in Rolling j Meadows Unit No. 8, being a subdivision in that part of the West % of Section 36, Town- ' ship 42 North, Range 10 East of the 3rd Principal Meridian, lying South of Kirchoff Road, in Cook County, Illinois. The bids are to be sealed and delivered to the Rolling Meadows Librarian at 3110 Martin, Lane, Rolling Meadows, Illinois, i on or before 5:00 p.m. December 2, 1968. The bids will be opened at the regular meeting of the Library! Board at 8:30 p.m. on Decem-' ber 2, 1968 at the Rolling Meadows Library, 3110 Martin Lane, Rolling Meadows, Illinois. The property is available for inspection Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. by contacting the Librarian The Library Board reserves I the right to reject any and all 1 bids. RICHARD DAVIS Secretary of the Library Board [ Published in Rolling Meadows Herald Nov. 22, 29,1968. ' Published in Paddock Publications Nov. 29,1968. Signed: JAMES E. BOWEN Township Treasurer, Twp. 41 Range 10 Notice of Public Auction Sale Pursuant to authority contained in section 6331 of the Internal Revenue Code, the property described below has Been seized for nonpayment of delinquent internal revenue taxes due from Edwin C. Moehling and Maxine Moehling and Edwin C. Moehling, 401 N. Emerson, Mount Prospect, Illinois. The property will be sold in accordance with the provisions of section 6335 of the Internal Revenue Code, and the regulations thereunder, at public auction. Date of sale December 11, 1968. Time of Sale 10:00 A.M. Place of Sale Internal Revenue Service, 770 Lee Street, Des Plaines, Illinois Description of property: Real Estate and Residence located at 401 North Emerson Street, Mount Prospect, Illinois, legally described as follows : Lot 160 in H. Roy Berry Co 's Castle Heights, a subdivision of the North half of the South East Quarter of the North West Quarter and the South West Quarter of the North East Quarter of Section Thirty-Four, Township Forty- Two North, Range Eleven East of the Third Principal Meridian in Cook County, Illinois P A Y M E N T TERMS: Full payment required upon acceptance of highest bid. TYPE OF REMITTANCE: All payments must be by cash, certified check, cashier's or treasurer's check or by a U.S. postal bank, express or tele- g r a p h money order. Make checks and money orders payable to "Internal Revenue Service." TITLE OFFERED: Only the right, title, and interest of Edwin C. Moehling and Maxine Moehling in and to the property will be offered for sale. JOHN J. BREEN Revenue Officer 770 Lee Street Des Plaines, Illinois Published in Mount Prospect Herald November 29,1968. The fastest way to let everyone know you have a rental is the most inexpensive way. Paddock Publications Want Ads are the quickest, most reasonable because they receive the largest audience. You can rent your property faster than any other way with a want ad. If you have a rental, don't lose money with a vacancy. Call the want ad department today. PUBLICATIONS CLearbrook 3-1520 Chicago SP 5-1990 FLanders 8-2025 DuPage 773-1520

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