Reviewing a Lifetime
(A Psychotherapist's Nightmare)
by John D. Sedory

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Appendix M

A Lot Number Map,
Source Quotes from
The Proceedings of the
BOARD OF TRUSTEES of
The Sanitary District of Chicago

Regarding Land Purchases in
The Village of Stickney, IL
(from 1925 to 1927)
and
How to Search the Proceedings Effectively


 

Lot Number Map


 
 

Lot Number Map Explained

    In the map above, the Lots purchased by the SDC in 1925 are colored YELLOW, and below each Lot Number is a Month-Day or Month-Day-Letter. Thus, the Map shows the date that Lot Number appears in the Proceedings for that year, or if more than one lot was purchased or mentioned on that day, then it is followed by an item letter. Likewise, Lots purchased in 1926 are colored LIGHT BLUE, using the same Date and Item Letter scheme. The Lots colored RED are also in the 1926 Proceedings, but were part of judgments rendered "in the case of the Sanitary District vs. Peter Fedeler" (pages 1049-1050; or "Fideler" on page 1353). Lots colored GREEN were part of the concluding judgments during 1927 found on pages 157 (March 3) and 560 (June 23) of the Proceedings for that same case. Lots 18, 22, 34, 39, 61 and 66 were obtained in portions at different dates (Note: the dividing lines of these lots in the map above are not necessarily to scale). The first lots mentioned in the Proceedings and shown above are Lots 57 (a), 58 (b), 22 (c; the northern part), 43 (d), 52 (e), 59 (h) and 60 (i). [Note: We've provided a summary of where every purchase of the lots within the E. A. Cummings (and Company's City Farm's) Subdivision can be found within the 1925, 1926 and 1927 Proceedings in this: Text File.]

How to Search the Proceedings Effectively

    The first problem one must understand in carrying out fruitful searches in the SDC's Proceedings PDF documents is that the search index within each of these files is based upon a scan of the original documents that is far from perfect; there were many errors in the creation of the files that were never corrected. In the first set of quoted passages below (from October 8, 1925), we have left all the uncorrected errors in the left column (which is a textual representation of what is contained in the document's digital index). There are even occurrences where a heading, page number or part of a word are not indexed at all.

    The second problem is that many names were misspelled in the original documents, so even a perfect scan of a name might result in nothing found if only the correct spelling is used.

    So, to carry out an effective search of these documents, we recommend performing multiple searches on the same document as follows:

1. First, if possible, identify a year in which you believe what you're searching for should have occurred, then download both the PDF file for that year and the following; many times the Proceedings do not discuss an event or item until the following year.

2. If you do not find the name or term you searched for, then try many alternate spellings. And even if you do find it exactly as it should be spelled, do not conclude it doesn't occur elsewhere under a different spelling.

Examples:

Misspellings within the Original Document - Although we were able to find the name Frank Lauferski on pages 1478 and 1480 of the 1926 Proceedings, searching for "Frank La" revealed his misspelled name on page 1442 as Frank Lanferski. But a name might be misspelled so badly, that searching pages of recurring contexts are necessary! Because Frank was paying the same rent every month, you could also search for "LAND REVENUE" (or only "LAND R", since 'Revenue' may be misspelled) or just "Cummings" (or shorten it to only "Cummi" or "Cumm" as even this name could be misspelled) rather than using the full 'E. A. Cummings Subd.' which in one case in our Source Quotes below, you'll find was badly scanned as: "E. A. Cl.\Jilmings and Company's City Far:tns Su,bdivision".

    In other words, pick a reoccurring term that doesn't appear very often in the document except in the context of what you need to find. Note: These particular terms have many poorly scanned results overall, but because they appear so many times on the same page (because there were many renters paying at the same time in this area), one or more of the scans will likely be correct. Then skim through the page on which it occurs, looking for a first name or another recurring item (such as the same or similar rent price in our case). By doing so, you would eventually be able to find his name was spelled as Frank Hanferski on page 1437 and Frank Tanferski on page 1439. How do we know this is the same person? Look at the entries: The have exactly the same piece of land at same rent each time, which gives us a high probability when coupled with the similarities in the name. But for whomever might be searching for him, hopefully they would also know about what year he he moved in and out of the area.

    For this specific topic of whom was paying rent and/or living in this area, the US Census records might also be helpful in checking and/or supporting that only one person, or in fact two people with similar names (but differing in age, family members present or other characteristics), lived in the same area. The more evidence you have, the easier it is to answer such questions.

Errors in the Original Documents

    Like any other company with extensive records covering many decades, there are bound to be a few errors beyond just spelling mistakes, and you may need to do some logical detective work in order to come to the truth of a matter. Our example here is one which also shows how the error may have arisen, and why it's a good thing so many items in the Proceedings are often recorded in a rather long and boring manner. If some numerical data you happen to be searching for, such as a monetary amount, needs to be verified, hopefully there will be multiple instances where it's recorded, such as the amount of rent someone paid or the wages an employee received every month, etc.

EXAMPLE:

In the 1926_Proceedings, on page 1484 (PDF file page 1546/1562) it lists "25.00" as having been "Received from Peter Sandor as rental of house and lot No. 20 for Sept., 1926, in E. A. Cummings Subd." His named is spelled this same way everywhere else except on page 1478 (PDF, 1540/1562), where it is "Peter Santor" (also paying rent for "house and lot No. 20" for July, 1926, "in E. A. Cummings Subd."). However, both of those entries are in error! If you search for "Peter Sandor" from the beginning of this document, you'll quickly find on pages 92 (PDF, 129/1562) and 94 (131/1562); twice, and elsewhere, that he was not renting a lot in the E. A. Cummings Subdivision at all. He was instead paying rent "for lot 20 with House and Barn located in the N. E. ¼ Sec. 20 T. 35 N. R. 10 in Will County of 13 acres." That's the Northeast Quarter of Section 20 in Township 35, North, Range 10 (east of the 3rd Principal Meridian); whereas, the "E. A. Cummings & Company's City Farms Subdivision" was located in the Northwest Quarter of Section 5, Township 38 North, Range 13, east of the 3rd P.M. in Cook County.

But couldn't this be either 1) Two different people with the same name, or just possibly 2) That this same person was renting both properties? No! Why are we certain? Because both Lots 19 and 20 in the E. A. Cummings Subd. (and all their structures) were always rented by the same entity that had previously owned them: School District 110; this being where the MacArthur School was located.

How did such an error occur? It appears to us to have arisen from the following sequence: 1) On page 1434 (1496/1562), instead of giving the longer description of the lot's location, a shorter alternative, "lot 20 in County Clerk's Subd." was given. 2) The next entry, on page 1436 (1498/1562) does not have either the lot number nor what was on the land; only the larger area: "N. E. Quarter, Sec. 20, T. 35, R. 10." 3) In the next entry on page 1442 (1504/1562), although 'lot 20' and a 'house and barn' are mentioned, someone either decided not to, or simply forgot to, include even the short description of it being in the County Clerk's Subd., leaving the entry with only 'lot 20' as to where it was located. We believe it should be noted that almost every other rental entry on this page (there's only 1 exception) is identified as being in the 'E. A. Cummings Subd.' 4) Then on page 1478 (1540/1562) where we also have the misspelled name "Peter Santor" it was mistakenly recorded as being in the 'E. A. Cummings Subd.' possibly after checking for a location at his previous entry and seeing none but 'lot 20'. So that seems to indicate how the error could have arisen. But then: After an additional amount is recorded on page 1479 (1541/1562) for rent received, where we see the erroneous location was dropped and the larger area used, the entry on page 1484 (1546/1562) yet again has this lot listed incorrectly as being in the 'E. A. Cummings Subd.' So it seems whoever recorded this was confused (again?) by what had been previously entered.

Thus, for anyone attempting to verify some data or discover the truth about some matter, they should appreciate the fact that these records often have long-winded descriptions with many redundancies that may be quite helpful.

 

SOURCE QUOTES

1925 Proceedings, pages 882-883

    Although the Left Column below contains the characters stored in the PDF file's index, we formatted it with SPACEs and Line Returns. If you were to copy a number of sentences or paragraphs from these PDF files and paste them into an editor, it would result in a text that has no indentation and no blank lines. The Right Column is a photocopy of the original type:

 


                        FINANCE.

   Mr. Eller presented the following report from the
Committee ·on Finallel:

                          CHICAGO, October 8', 1925 •.

   To the Hono1'abie, tfte Fre~t aM Bfl.ar& of TriMtees
      of The Sanitury Dtstrict of Ch~.

GENTLEMEN:

   Your. Committee on Finance repQrls Utat ·it bas agreed
to purchase fro~ the owners tAAI'eo;f, var,ro~~ piecei;l. and
parcels of Real Estate to be. ~ed · ~. a part of . the·· site
of the W e!lt Side Sewage . Treatinen:t . Work:~; the descriptions
of said pi;eces and parcel$ of Real ;E!staie, the names
of the owners thereof and amounts' to 'be paid therefor
being as· follows, tO-ri::

      (a) Lot fifty-seven (57) in ;E. A. Cinnining~,
   and Company's City :Farms S'cd>di:vision ·. in: ·the
   'Na:rthwest qUarter of Secliou :Pmf''.~5J: T&>wnshiip
 
[End of page 882]
 

    The data concerning the first land and house purchases in this area continues on page 883 of the 1925 Proceedings:


.october 8

   Thirly'~eight:. ~38) <North Range Thirteen (13)
   East of the Third Principal Meridian,
to be purchased from Joseph Perina and Clara M. Perina,
his "'i:fe, for the. sum .• of $925; .

      (b) Lot fifty-eight (58) in E. A. Cummings
   and Company's City ·Farms Subdivision in the
   Northwest quarter ( NW *) of Section Five ( 5)
   Township Thirty-eight (38) North, Range Thirteen
   (13), East of the Third Principal Meridian,
to be purchased from Joseph Perina and Hermina Perina,
.his wife, for the sum of $925.

      (_c) . The North 50 feet of Lot 22 in E. A.
   Cummings and Company's City Farms Subdivision
   in the Northwest Quarter of Section 5, Township
   38, North, Range 13, East of the Third Principal
   Meridian,
to be· purcha·sed from John Naus and Bessie Naus, his
wife, for the sum of $4,300.

      (d) Lot 43 in· E. A. Cummings and Company's
   City Farms· Subdivision in the Northwest
   Quarter of Section 5, Township 38, North, Range
   13, East of the Third Principal Meridian,
to be purchased from Marie Sturm (a widow) for the
sum of $950.

      (e) Lot 52 in E. A. Cummings and Company's
   City Farms Subdivision in the Northwest Quarter
   of Section 5, Township 38, North, Range 13, East
   of the Third Ptincipal · Meridhin,
to be purchased from John J. Brophy and Mattie Brophy,
his wife, for the sum of $950.

      (f) Lot 101, in E. A. Cummings and Company's
   City. Farms Subdivision in the Northwest
   Quarter of Section 5, Township 38, North, Range
   13, East of the Third Principal Meridian,
to be purchased from Joseph Jezek and Bertha .Jezek,
his wife, for the sum of $925. •

      (.g) Lot 119, ih E. A. Cummings and Company's
   City Farms Subdivision in' the Northwest
   Quarter of Section 5, Township 38, ~()rth, Range
   13, East of the Third Principal Meridian,
to be purchased from Joseph Straub and Mary Straub,
his wife, for the sum of $925.

      (h) Lot 59, in E. A. Cl.\Jilmings and Company's
   City Far:tns Su,bdivision in the Northwest
   Quarter of Section 5; Township 38, North, Range
   13, East of the. Third Principal Meridian,
to be purchased. ~r.om ~Charles· Haberberg and Emma
Haberberg, his wife, for the sum of $925.

      (i) Lot 60, in E. A. Cummings and Company's
   City Farms Subdivision in the Northwest Quarter
   ;of· Section 5, Towtfship 38, North, Range 13, ·East
   of the Third Principal· Meridian,
to be purchased frO:fu Charles Haberberg and Emma
Habet berg, his wife, for the· sum of $975.

   Your Committee having considered the matter .recom~
mends the passage of the following order:
   Ordered, That'· ;th:E\ Chairman of the Committee. on
Finance · oLt}(e Board: of· Trustees of the. Sanitary Dis-
 
[End of Column 1]
 

   

  The data continues (as well as its many scanning errors) in Column 2 of page 883 [note that this page number was never scanned]:


                                                         1925

trict oLChicago .and the. Clerk be, and they are hereby
authori~ed.and directed to,·draw warrants payable to the
following Persons in the sums stated :

   (a) Joseph Perina and Clara M~ Perina ...... $ ,926
   (b) Joseph Perina and Hermina Perina .. :. c~
   (c) John N a us ~rid Bessie N aus .......... , ...... :.. 4-;WO:
   (d) Marie Sturm ...................... ; ........ ~.............. ,:950
   (e) John J. Brophy and Mattie Brophy........ 950
   (f) Joseph Jezek and Bertha Jezek.............. 925
   (g) Joseph Straub and Mary Straub............ 925
   (h) Charles Haberberg and Emma .Haberberg
........................................................ .925
   ( i) Charles Haber berg and Emma Haberberg
975

and deliver same to them upon the delivery by them of
warranty deeds conveying the 'fee simple title to the
pieces and parcels of Real Estate above described ,which
are owned by thein respectively, to The Sanitary PistriCt
of Chicago.
                      Respectfully submitted,
                                          MORRIS ELLER,
                           Chairman, Committee on Finance.

   Mr. Eller moved that the report be adopted and thi:i
accompanying order passed.
   On roll call the motion was carried by the following
Vote::
   Yeas-Messrs. Crowe, Eller, King, Lawler, Lin~; Miller,
Rosenberg and W~alen-Eight.
   Nays-None.
 


                    FINANCE.
Mr. Eller presented the following report from the
Committee on Finance:

                              CHICAGO, October 15, 1925.

To the Honorable, the President and Board of Trustees
of The Sanitary District of Chicago.

GENTLEMEN:

Your Committee on Finance reports that it has agreed
to purchase from the owners thereof, various pieces and
parcels of Real Estate to be used as a part of the site
of the West Side Sewage Treatment Works, the descriptions
of said pieces and parcels of Real Estate, the
names of the owners thereof and amounts to be paid
therefor being as follows, to-wit:

(a) Lot Nine (9) in E. A. Cummings City
Farms Subdivision in the Northwest Quarter (:14)
of Section Five (5), Township 88, North, Range
Thirteen (13), East of the Third Principal
Meridian,
to be purchased from Oliver G. Cameron and Corinne V.
Cameron, his wife, for the sum of $1,200.

(b) Lot Ten (10) in E. A. Cummings City
Farms Subdivision in the Northwest Quarter ( 1,4)
of Section Five (5), Township 38, North, Range
Thirteen ( 13), East of the Third Principal
Meridian,.
to be purcha,sed from Oliver G. Cameron and Corrine V.
Cameron, his wife, for the sum of $1,200.

(c) Lot Eight (8) in E. A. Cummings City
Farms Subdivision in the Northwest Quarter 00
of Section Five (5), Township 38, North, Range
Thirteen, East of the Third Principal Meridian,
to be purchased from Frederik 0. Bengston for the sum
of $1,200.

(d) Lot Six (6) in E. A. Cummings City
Farms Subdivision in the Northwest Quarter ( :14)
of Section Five (5), Township 38, North, Range
Thirteen (13), East of the Third Principal
Meridian,
to be purchased from David B. Fyfe and Minnie Fyfe,
his wife, for the sum of $1,200 ..

(e) Lots Sixty-three (63), Sixty-four (64)
and Sixty-five ( 65) in E. A. Cummings City
Farms Subdivision in the Northwest Quarter ( 1.4)
of Section Five (5), Township 38, North, Range
Thirteen (13), East of the Third Principal
Meridian,
to be purchased from Mrs. Ana Horzen for the sum of
$2,700.

Your Committee having considered the matter recommends
the passage of the following order:
Ordered, That the Chairman of the Committee on
Finance of the Board of Trustees of The Sanitary District
of Chicago and the Clerk be and they are hereby

authorized, and directed to draw warrants payable to
the following persons in the sums stated:

(a) Oliver G. Cameron and Corinne V. Cameron-$
1,200
(b) Oliver G. Cameron and Corinne V. Cameron-$
1,200
(c) Frededk 0. Bengston-$1,200
(d) David B. Fyfe and Minnie Fyfe-$1,200
(e) Mrs. Ana Horzen-$2,700
and delivered same to them upon the delivery by them
of warranty deeds covering the fee simple title to the
pieces and parcels of Real Estate above described which
are owned by them respectively, to The Sanitary District
of Chicago.

Respectfully submitted,
MORRIS ELLER,
Chairman, Committee on Finance.

Mr. Eller moved that the report be adopted and the
accompanying order passed.
On roll call the motion was carried by the following
vote:

Yeas-Messrs. Crowe, Eller, King, Lawler, Link,
Miller, Rosenberg, Todd and Whalen-Nine.
Nays-None.

December 22, 1927, pages 1998 - 2000 (PDF pages, 2058 - 2060):



              WEST SIDE TREATMENT WORKS

The site of this proposed treatment plant is bounded
on the north by 39th street, on the west by Ridgeland
avenue, on the south by the C. & W. I. Ry. tracks and
on the east by 52nd avenue.

                  [End of Column 1]


             Real Estate and Right-of-Way

   On December 23 (page 1448), the Board authorized
the execution of an agreement with the Chicago & Illinois
Western Railroad Co., wherein the said company grants
the Sanitary District the right to construct a sewer
through its right of way in the vicinity of Laramie
avenue and 41st street. This sewer will be connected
with the pumping station of the West Side treatment
works, will be constructed by the contractor for said
pumping station and will tie up with Contract No. 1 of
the West Side intercepting sewer.

   The following orders and resolutions were passed
by the Board during the year that. pertain to the acquisition
and use of the site of this treatment plant (these
are exclusive of orders passed for the purchase of land):

           Page
          of Pro-
 Date     ceedings         Subject Matter

Jan. 7    47        Dismissal of condemnation proceedings
                    against Public Service Co. of Northern
                    Illinois •

Apr. 1    209-10    Perinit to use school building until
                    June 15, 1926.

May 13    308-9     Conveying back part of property described
                    on page 215 of Proceedings.

May 27    585-6     Dismissal of condemnation proceedings
                    account lawsuit No. 55271, Cook County. '

June 3    617       Authorizing acceptance of agreement with
                    Village of Stickney for water main, etc.

Aug. 19   879       Authorizing execution of agreement with
                    Village of Stickney for water main, etc.

During the year the Board authorized the purchase of
numerous parcels of land for use as a site for this treat-

December 22, 1927, page 1999 (2059):

ment plant, as per the following dates and pages of the
Proceedings:
                                             Page of
   Date                                    Proceedings

 Jan. 21 ......................................... 57
 Jan. 28 ......................................... 65
 Feb. 18 ........................................ 113
 Mch. 4 ....................................... 146-7
 Mch. 18 ........................................ 184
 Apr. 1 ...................................... 214-15
 Apr. 15 ........................................ 228
 Apr. 22 ........................................ 239
 Apr. 22 ........................................ 244
 May 6 ........................................ 302-3
 May 13 ......................................... 314
 June 17 ...................................... 625-6
 June 17 ........................................ 626
 Aug. 5 ....................................... 844-5
 Oct. 7 ......................................... 959
 Oct. 14 ........................................ 979
 Oct. 28 .................................... 1049-50
 Oct. 28 ..................................... 1131-2
 Nov. 18 ....................................... 1353
 Dec. 2 ........................................ 1392

   During the year the following vouchers were issued
and paid for the purchase of land for use as a site for
this treatment plant as per the above mentioned authorities
and for insurance of building, premiums on guarantee
policies, recording fees on .deeds, etc., as per authority
of the "Annual Appropriation Ordinance for the year 1926
(pages 2-39 of proceedings):

File No.    Purchased from                          Amount  
                                                                    
15932	Chas. F. Eierman ........................ $4,235.00
15933	Chas. F. Eierman ........................    925.00
15934	John and Agnes Kubinski ................   5,698.00
15935	Frank and Sopie Osowski .................    467.50
15936	John and Helen Prueter ..................  1,550.00
15937	Albert and Agnes Mroozek ................  4,000.00
15938	John N aghten & Co ......................    135.75
15939	Chicago Title & Trust Co ................    471.35
15951	Lugi Ciangi .............................    975.00
15952	Oscar, Carl and Martha Geuther ..........    925.00
i5953	Fred C. Kilthauer .......................    925.00
15954	Wm. and Ella Krupicka ...................  2,900.00
15955	Fred C. Kilthauer .......................    975.00
15956	Chas. W. and Louise LanzeL ..............    975.00
15957	Josephine Leitner .......................  3,400.00
15958	Chas. W. and Louise LanzeL ..............  4,325.00
15959	Andrew and Esther Palmer ................  3,625.00
15960	Henry and Elizabeth Sembach .............    925.00
15961	Joseph and Celia Stark ..................  3,685.00
15962	Katherine Schneider .....................  5,885.00
15963	Joseph and Emma C. Schaefer .............  2,402.00
15964A	John Naghten & Co .......................     72.75
15964B	I. G. and Grace Patton ..................  5,725.00
15964BB	Henry H. and .Margaret Abegg ............    975.00
15964C	Hugo and Mathilde Fiemm .................    975.00
15964D	Joseph and Rose A. Smith ................    925.00
15964E	Katarzyna Stazomski .....................  5,900.00
15965	Chas. and Mary Eierman ..................    925.00
15966	Chas. and Mary Eierman ..................    715.00
15967	Henry and Tellina Bulthuis ..............  6,575.00
15968	Henry and Tellina Bulthuis ..............    925.00

                  [End of Column 1]

15968A	Peter Stebe and Rosi Stebe .......................    925.00
15968B	John and Lottie F. Thieda ........................  7,300.00
16002 	Louis and Mary Janousek. .........................  5,600.00
16003 	James, Josephine, Arthur and                                
      	   Anna Mazanee ..................................  4,500.00
16004 	Wm. C. and Martha Neumann ........................  2,000.00
16005 	Francis Prah .....................................  1,225.00
16006 	Peter and Rosi Stebe .............................  5,400.00
16016 	Frank and Francis Tomsovic .......................  5,000.00
16017 	John J. Lieneman .................................  1,300.00
16018 	Edward C. and Harriet Janosky ....................  7,500.00
16019 	Fred C. Kilthauer ................................  2,300.00
16021A	Trustees of -Schools, Township 38 ................ 29,000.00
16022 	Chicago Title & Trust Co .........................  1,118.35
16046 	John Naghten & Co ...............................      40.50
16057 	Wm. A. Humphreys ...............................  850,922.47
16078 	Chicago Title & Trust Co ........................     429.40
16092 	George and Cecilia Kuzelka .......................  3,100.00
16093 	Chas. J. and Margaret Marhoefi'er ................ 54,620.58
16093A	Alfred and Bertha Kush ...........................  3,000.00
16093B	August Slaby .....................................  6,300.00
16094 	John N aghten & Co ...............................     30.00
16096 	Chicago Title & Trust Co .........................    169.60
16122 	Geo. F., Louis G. and Edna S.                               
      	   Schmid ........................................ 16,474.00
16123 	Katherine Baynes .................................  1,260.00
16124 	Attilio Pierini ..................................  1,040.00
16125 	Frank L. and Jessie M. "Stauber ..................  1,100.00
16162 	Frank and Marie Cihlar ...........................  4,250.00
16176 	John Naghten & Co ................................    579.15
16214 	Chicago Title & Trust Co .. , ....................     18.00
16232 	Chicago Real Estate Index Co .....................    107.50
16237 	John Kirincinch ..................................  1,000.00
16241 	John Kirincinch ..................................  3,500.00
16249 	Chicago Title & Trust Co .........................    310.30
16278 	John Naghten & Co ................................     16.65
16313 	Geo. A. Benson ...................................  3,250.00
16316 	John and Katarina Koluvek ........................  4,250.00
16319 	Frank and Mary Sterc .............................  2,125.00
16320 	Joseph P. Simon, Regina Vogl1J and                          
      	   Elsie Tempel ..................................  7,896.00
16321 	Kate B. Sercomb and Edna L .• Tohnson                       
      	   Halta ......................................... 20,233.50
16367 	Terezic Buzek ....................................  1,500.00
16368 	Chicago Title & Trust Co .........................  6,950.00
16370 	Louis and Mary Janousek. .........................  6,500.00
16371 	Kostanty and Stanislowa Wysokina                            
      	   ski ........................................... 17,250.00
16372 	Rudolph Michal ...................................  1,500.00
16373 	Martin Michal .................................... 13,025.00
16374 	Arnoldus and Leona Proene ........................  5,500.00
16375 	Koustantin Rozehnal ..............................  7,700.00
16376 	Bertha Sanford ...................................  3,025.00
16377 	H. G. and Elizabeth Sembach ......................  4,850.00
16378 	Andro and Mary Trecko ............................  6,000.00
16379 	Martin and Alzbeta Vaclarvek .....................  9,250.00
16380 	Vid. and Maggie Nemcic ...........................  6,100.00
16398 	Henry R. Jr., and Isabella Stev-es ...............  1,350.00
16399 	Vaclav and J osefa Cechota .......................  2,700.00
16400 	Chicago Title & Trust Co .........................    135.75
16401 	Chicago Title & Trust Co .........................     61.95
16427 	Chicago Title & Trust Co .........................    227.50
16453 	Geo. F. Harding, County Treasurer                   1,200.00
                                                        ============
                                                       $1,227,133.55


16002	Less cancelled voucher issued to                            
        Louis and Mary Janousek.......................      5,600.00
        Total ----------------------------------------  ------------
                                                       $1,221,533.55






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