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Daily Herald Suburban Chicago (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Chicago, IllinoisS the hot partly High in Tower is. Party continued hot and High in Middle 90s. Paddock publications Buffalo Grove 23rd Illinois 60090 August 50 delivery 55c a i0c a High school District could lose is official High school disk 114 would lose about 91 million if a lawsuit wed by Cook county assessor p j Cullerton succeeds in changing the equalizer used in figuring state school Aid. District assistant supt. Robert Weber told the school Board monday the backed by Cook county school supt. Richard Martwick and other county would give the District More in state but get that we would lose in tax the equalizer part of the formula used for determining the amount of state a school District will receive. The state department of local government affairs sets an equalizer for each county to compensate for differences in property assessment practices by county asses sors. A District s assessment or wealth directly effects the amount of state Aid it receives. Martwick and other Cook county officials have charged that the state has set the Cook county equalizer higher than the equaliser for other counties As a re they local taxpayers have paid More property tax to support schools than in other areas end the schools have received less state Aid than they Are entitled to. Weber explained that the higher equalizer is needed for Cook county in order to bring up property assessments because county assessor p. Cullerton assesses property at a lower rate than assessors in other counties. A Cut in the he will mean More tax dollars lost to dist. 214 than dollars gained in state Aid under the present for Mula. It really bolls Down to is that if Cullerton would do his Job in the first the Yoju Hazer would t be Neces Weber said. As Long sess ments Are Low we need a in other the Board approved a tentative 1972-73 budget to be placed on Public display at the administration building. A hearing on the budget has been set for 25 at 6 . The tentative which cans for total expenditures of More than Mil must be filed to support the District s claim Tor taxes to be collected next year. Because the tax Money jul not actually be spent until the 1973-74 school Weber is not yet a True each the District also makes up a working budget which allocates the tax Money already received. During the coming school the District will be spending tax Money levied for in 1971 and collected this Spring. Resolution to gov. Ogilvie Speed Highway Village by Jill bet neb the Buffalo Grove Village Board Mon Day night approved Resolution urging gov. Richard of Lorie to accelerate construction of several planned freeways in the Lake county area proposed by the Lake county the Resolution Calls for a study of pos sible alternative state funding to make More Money available for the projects sooner than planned the proposed freeways the Melvln e Amstutz expressway from the Tri state tollway East and North to the Wisconsin state line. The a Waukegan Richmond freeway Rte. From Auman Road m w r r e n township West and North through Mchenry county to the Wisconsin state line. Route ii from the Lake Cook county line North to an intersection with the Waukegan Richmond freeway. The Resolution suggests that gov. Out late consider designating the pro posed freeways As toll roads As one alternative method of funding the projects. Trustee Jim Shirley said he did not want this to happen. Don t want anyone to think by approving this Resolution we re saying we favor making these freeways toll roads just to Speed up Shirley said. State has a bad history of funding with a toll system when every body else is getting roads As Village pres. Gary Armstrong emphasized that the Board s approval of the Resolution Means Only that the trustees favor asking the governor to investigate All possible methods of funding the pro posed construction. In other the Board directed Village atty. Richard Raysa to prepare the papers necessary to Grant a traffic easement across the Village owned site for proposed water storage tank at the Corner of Buffalo Grove and Dundee Ken Rodeck of Gregg builders re Quested the easement to provide delivery truck Access to the War of stores in the ranch Mart shopping Center an arrangement has been worked out with the owner of the Bowling Rodeck whereby delivery trucks will use their West Entrance from Dundee trav Eling around the perimeter of the property to the rear of the ranch Mart. In response to a question from trustee Randall Rathjen As to when Gregg plans to put in their promised sidewalks along Dundee Rodeck we put in the sidewalk the state would rip it out when they Widen Dundee. We had said it would be More logical the state to put in the storm sewer and do their work and Well go in with the Side walks immediately thereafter trustee de Osmon asked Rodeck about the possibility of speeding up their construction of a Culvert along Buffalo Grove Road. Grades at the sidewalk there Are not As acceptable As they might of Mon have seen children out there in the wintertime up to their necks in Rodeck said his firm had planned to continue the Culvert North to Golf View Terrace when kind there was but he said be will consider Osmon s request Rodeck also discussed plans to intall Tennis barbeque and recreation facilities behind the ranch Mart for the residents of Oak Creek apartments. The firm Hopes to put in the Tennis courts this he said. A Fence or High screen Wal be constructed to mock the proposed recreation area from the truck Access he added. In response to question from Osmon As to what Type of business will replace Hornsby s family which is closing in the ranch Rodeck said nothing has been finalized. He refused to comment on Osmon s statement that Are Strong that there will be a hardware store there after a week s the Board approved annexation and reasoning of Square feet at the Southwest Comer of Buffalo Grove and Dundee roads. The Dominion development co. Plans to build a service station and Large commercial building on the site. Commenting on his reason for voting on the annexation Shirley they made the initial i objected then because i Don t believe you have to have three major intersections surrounded by Gas and i Felt there were other business uses for the property. There Are already two stations in the immediate Vicinity of that he added. Acting on other the Board granted a 90-foot sanitary sewer ease ment from the end of Arrington drive to Rte. And passed an ordinance requiring future developers to provide for storm water retention facilities to Drain their property. The trustees also passed an ordinance governing the licensing and regulation of carnivals and amusement activities in the Village. The ordinance includes a pro vision that exempts charitable organizations from paying the required fees. Verna Village was appointed by the Board As visage collector at an annual salary of mrs. Clay ton has performed these which in clude overseeing the collection of All fees for the since her election in 1971. She had been receiving no pay for the work. Trustees adjourned to executive session to discuss personnel after Lis posing of business on the Agenda. This youn6 Man it Bowling a Agaj nit muscular by trophy. The was one of several Booths a local backyard carnival. Profits from the carnivals finance re search against the disease. . And dirty two characters from afternoon cartoon pro have sparked children s inter est in the Carnovali. Foter sign up deadline h changed As a result of a new Federal court or Buffalo Grove residents who have lived in their precincts at least 30 Days May now Register to vote in the nov. 7 general election registrars in Cook county have been requiring voters to have six month state residency before they could but court for the Northern District of Burns directs the requirement to be dropped. Village clerk Verna Clayton received no Tice of the Federal order Friday. Mrs. Clayton said persons who have lived at their present addresses for at least 30 Days May now Register at the municipal or May Register at the Wheeling township 1h8 e. Northwest Arlington Heights. The township office is open from 9 a m to 4-30pm. And from 9 am. To noon saturdays from aug 19 to sept. 30 the Village had is open from to 5 . Daily and 9 a m. To noon on Saur Day. Last Day for registration at Village Hall is sept. 18 for Cook and 28 Days before the election in Lake county in addition to Village Lake county voters May Register at the Homes of Pat 410 Springside or mrs. Sandra 869 Penny in expecting the court Lake county registrars have been accepting voter registrations based on the 30-Day require ment for several weeks. Kids not too Young to help hundreds of backyard carnivals against dystrophy Are springing up throughout the Chicago area As children learn that they Are not too Little to help people in e the idea for the carnivals came from the idea for the carnivals came from a wild to cartoon which characters appealed to Chicago area children to hold carnivals or parties to raise Money for the muscular dystrophy associations of America. The children have responded in droves by writing for a free handbook that is designed to help organize a Lisa and Kenny Goodman of 900 Valley Stream Are typical of the children who responded. They donated their old made their own and even wrote a skit for the car Nival monday afternoon. Nine year old Lisa was the organizer of the backyard affair just Felt i should do this because i Felt sorry for she said Lisa added that she hoped they would earn a Little More than from the carnival. The Goodman children got a lot of ideas from the free material sent from the television station. In which was suggested in the was the most popular attraction of the carnival. Last year carnivals were held by children across the and More than were raised for muscular dystrophy research. Local stores also made contributions to the carnival Effort. Kmart on Dundee Road donated Worth of prizes and the donated Worth of Candy even the children s grandmother donated for prizes. This morning in Brief the nation sea George Mcgovern said be has rejected an offer by White House adviser Henry Kissinger for a secret briefing on Vietnam negotiations. He mid he could learn mom front Good newsmen than he could from the White How. Offered Eom promm plan for an overhaul of Delegate voting min feb the uts Republican con but promptly rejected it As j sellout of the Urban states. Ramsey Clark came Muter atonal tire for allegedly allowing Gnu Elf to be mud to spread communist propaganda. Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott and sen. Henry Jack joined for Mer atty. Gen. Joan Mitchell in Crittl doing Clark for of the us. Air to Trike while on a butt to North Vietnam. . District judge George Hart lifted a court order mocking construction of the Multi billion Dollar trans Alaska Oil pipe line. But he said anticipated appeals Probey would take the Case to the supreme court. Two engineers employed by the Feder Al aviation administration have been charged with making a false air plane it a acting threat and with assaulting air Pott Cut my the state the Rev. Jem sen. George Mcgovern has flighted Hack Leaden and that he has ignored promises which were to polut Black leaders support. The metropolitan Chicago nursing Home association filed suit seeking in creased state payments for welfare recipients in nursing Homes. The world witnesses said the Pilot of a soviet built dub he 82 was apparently trying to bring his jetliner Back to the East Berlin Airport because of engine trouble when the plane exploded and Tiffin Allik persons aboard. Women and armed with stones and ambushed cars carrying striking longshoremen who were heading for a Dock in Eastern eng land not yet affected by Britain s Imay old ports shutdown. Bobby Fischer and Spassky a greed to a draw in the 14th game of their world Chew Champion Alp. Fischer retained a fun three Point Lead in the match. The War battered South vietnamese marines fought off an attack by More than 100 communists trying to recapture an important Bridgehead near Quang Tri killing w North vietnamese soldiers. In the president sent or. Henry Kissinger to Saigon to Confer with the South vietnamese on efforts to negotiate an end to the War. Base Bab White sox Milwaukee i new York Atlanta 0 Cincinnati Philadelphia 0 the weather Atlanta Vej p030 Kansas Oty los Angeles Memphis Miami Beach Man St Paul new York Phoenix Silt Lake City Seattle _ 93 92 .89 86 90 so 74 __jj7 68 67 65 73 leg site 61 79 65 65 72 the Market the Stock Market finished lower. Trad ing on the new York Stock Exchange was fairly Active. The Dow Jones aver age Tost to 9sb.w. Declines edged advances 770 to among toe issues crossing the tape. Turnover totalled shares. Prices were lower on the american Stock Exchange As the amex Index lost . 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