4-H CLUBS                                                   
    Barrington 4-H activities  3/25/76 p.31
    Barrington 4-Hers are state champions  5/13/76 p.28
    Two local 4-Hers win state honors  6/17/76 p.39
    4-H progress saluted at North Cook fair  7/22/76 p.7
    Area 4-H'ers will reign over North Cook fair court  7/22/76
        p.4
    Come to the fair!  7/29/76 p.3
    Named County 4-H Queen  8/5/76 p.36
    Barrington 4-Hers earn "A" ratings  8/19/76 p.41
    International friendship  8/26/76 p.12
    Grants open for 4-H clubs  10/7/76 p.36
    Barrington teens win 4-H honors  11/18/76 p.64
    Barrington girl wins national 4-H contest  12/2/76 p.32
 
ABBOUD, A. ROBERT                                           
    Abboud won't take Carter cabinet post  11/18/76 p.18
 
ACCIDENTS                                                   
    Two die in crash  1/1/76 p.7
    Create fund for victim of accident  2/19/76 p.3
    Six injured in collision  2/19/76 p.7
    Barrington physician dies in 2-car crash  3/11/76 p.9
    Crash kills one  4/1/76 p.9
    Recruiting trip here ends in tragedy  4/8/76 p.8
    Fran Duval seriously hurt  4/29/76 p.70
    Pedestrian survives collision with train  5/20/76 p.10
    Zidek family says "thanks" to community  5/27/76 p.8
    Two seriously hurt  6/10/76 p.14
    Head-on collision injures 5 persons  6/17/76 p.7
    Eight persons hurt in three accidents  7/29/76 p.7
    Accident victim's purses stolen  8/5/76 p.7
    Fox River boat crash injures two  8/26/76 p.74
    Barrington Hills man dies in canoe mishap  9/9/76 p.9
    Two persons injured in head-on collision  9/16/76 p.7
    Amy wins bout with death  11/25/76 p.5
    Two Barrington High School students electrocuted in
        Carpentersville  12/2/76 p.16
    Ellen's Day aids victim of accident  12/9/76 p.36
    Crash victim donates $100 to MIC fund  12/23/76 p.12
    Eight persons hurt in separate accidents  12/23/76 p.11
 
ACTORS                                                      
    Break for Chiles in comedy series?  4/8/76 p.14
    Celebrate your birthday at Tom Sawyer matinee  5/6/76 p.14
    Players make awards  9/16/76 p.53
 
ACTRESSES                                                   
    Dream for a local project comes true  4/15/76 p.41
    Celebrate your birthday at Tom Sawyer matinee  5/6/76 p.14
 
AGED                                                        
    Seniors' housing survey underway  6/10/76 p.15
    Student-seniors' conference works  7/15/76 p.75
    Seniors' housing program to be developed  8/26/76 p.3
    The generation gap doesn't bother her  9/9/76 p.14
    Eyes campground for seniors' housing  11/11/76 p.5
    Local help splintered  12/2/76 p.24
 
AIR PILOTS                                                  
    Youthful aeronaut looks to the future  1/8/76 p.17
    Airborne patriotism with a woman's touch  11/11/76 p.21
 
AIRPLANES                                                   
    Hijack ordeal  9/16/76 p.3
 
ALCOHOL AND YOUTH                                           
    Teen beer drinking concerns park board  7/15/76 p.64
 
ALDRICH, JACK                                               
    Drug use concerns police chief Aldrich  5/6/76 p.87
 
ALLEN, DAVID                                                
    Allen quits District 220 board post  12/23/76 p.5
 
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY                                  
    25th anniversary  5/27/76 p.68
 
ALTEMARA, AMY                                               
    Five vie for 3 library seats  4/8/76 p.5
    Altemara, Roos, Jacobs win library board seats  4/15/76 p.14
 
AMERICAN CAN COMPANY                                        
    Harper receives American Can gift  5/6/76 p.66
 
AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR FOREIGN STUDY                        
    White named to head tour  10/7/76 p.34
 
ANDERSON, C. RICHARD                                        
    Anderson in trouble with Cuba, Lake GOP  11/11/76 p.6
 
ANDERSON, CORLISS D.                                        
    Donors make Bicentennial book possible  5/20/76 p.9
 
ANDERSON, CORLISS D., SR.                                   
    Anderson receives honorary doctorate  6/17/76 p.80
 
ANDERSON, ELLEN                                             
    Ellen's Day aids victim of accident  12/9/76 p.36
 
ANDERSON, MARION SCHWEMM                                    
    Today's student more outgoing, independent, says retiring
        teacher  8/26/76 p.43
 
ANIMAL RESCUE FOUNDATION                                    
    ARF will have home, says Voss  3/11/76 p.17
    Massacre of animals disheartening experience  6/3/76 p.26
 
ANIMALS                                                     
    Youth, 13, hears cat growl at barn door  1/1/76 p.3
    No decision on dog law amendment  2/12/76 p.13
    Residents may express views on new dog law  2/26/76 p.16
    Out on a limb  4/15/76 p.3
    North Barrington delays vote on dog control  5/6/76 p.14
    North Barrington approves modified dog law  5/27/76 p.85
    Furry friend  7/29/76 p.5
    Deer Grove fish kill planned  8/12/76 p.3
    Wild kingdom  8/12/76 p.8
 
ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF                                       
    ARF will have home, says Voss  3/11/76 p.17
    Good animal care ARF's costly pride  3/25/76 p.48
    Massacre of animals disheartening experience  6/3/76 p.26
    Humane society acts to save two horses  10/21/76 p.20
    Society nags horse abusers; Maltreatment targeted  11/18/76
        p.23
    Tips prompt investigations; Some tell too late  11/18/76
        p.23
 
ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)                           
    Not much interest in "east" annexation  2/19/76 p.12
    Fairhaven homeowners oppose neighborhood recommendation 
        4/15/76 p.10
    Quality of life tied to village expansion  9/23/76 p.20
 
ANNIVERSARIES                                               
    To celebrate 40th anniversary  4/15/76 p.41
    Pedersons to mark 60 years of marriage  5/6/76 p.52
    25th anniversary  5/27/76 p.68
    Share 50th celebration with sister and brother  7/1/76 p.42
    Their day  7/8/76 p.26
    Return to Barrington to celebrate 50th  7/15/76 p.37
    Special day tomorrow for the Clayton Nelsons  8/26/76 p.37
    Sisters to mark anniversary of St. Joseph's  10/21/76 p.35
    Gillys will celebrate 60 years of marriage  11/11/76 p.35
    Celebrate 50th wedding anniversary  11/25/76 p.30
    Wed 60 years  12/16/76 p.64
 
ANTIQUES                                                    
    Antiques show, sale set for September 22-24  8/19/76 p.50
 
ARIZZI, VINCENT                                             
    Employee's curiosity saves Jewel $14,000  12/9/76 p.6
 
ARMADES, CECILIA                                            
    Spotlight not all fun, games  12/30/76 p.10
 
ART                                                         
    Art fair committee seeks prize sponsors  3/25/76 p.42
    Fine Arts Council?  We need one: Klein  3/25/76 p.16
    Artists gear up for Barrington Art Fair  4/22/76 p.46
    Arts inventory first step for new council  4/22/76 p.14
    Scholarships won by four art students  5/6/76 p.15
    Polly Cooper opens summer workshops  5/13/76 p.39
    Artist invites entries in series of shows  5/20/76 p.24
    Her jewelry in festival  5/20/76 p.24
    BHS senior receives art scholarship  5/27/76 p.6
    Fine arts council to be formed in fall  7/1/76 p.22
    Student will show off art efforts Sunday  7/22/76 p.42
    Barrington Art Fair Sunday, rain or shine  8/12/76 p.41
    Women's club slates fall painting series  8/19/76 p.50
    Barrington Art Fair winners announced  8/26/76 p.40
    September 11 deadline set for "Art in Barn" entries 
        8/26/76 p.40
    Interim arts' head to be picked September 23  9/2/76 p.16
    Art institute associates slate Win Jones lecture  9/9/76
        p.43
    Barrington juniors earn art scholarships  10/7/76 p.80
    Fourth arts council meet is October 28  10/21/76 p.11
    Bash elected head of Barrington arts council  11/4/76 p.12
 
ART IN THE BARN                                             
    September 11 deadline set for "Art in Barn" entries 
        8/26/76 p.40
 
ARTISTS                                                     
    Porch becomes studio for Irish artist  8/5/76 p.16
    A bicentennial artist  10/7/76 p.26
    She makes stitchery unique art form  12/9/76 p.54
    Holiday spirit dances around her creations  12/23/76 p.27
 
ASHBURN, JOHN, JR.                                          
    Ashburn tries for archery world title  7/22/76 p.54
    Ashburn wins world archery crown  8/5/76 p.53
 
AUBURN FARM                                                 
    Horsing around at Auburn Farm  8/5/76 p.43
 
AUSTIN, BARB                                                
    Barrington 4-Hers earn "A" ratings  8/19/76 p.41
 
AUSTIN, DORIS                                               
    International friendship  8/26/76 p.12
 
AUTHORS                                                     
    Authors new gardening book for children  1/15/76 p.13
    Bicentennial book to be ready June 8  5/6/76 p.8
    Bicentennial book exerpts will begin in next week's issue 
        5/13/76 p.3
    Building a life on the prairie  5/20/76 p.9
    Donors make Bicentennial book possible  5/20/76 p.9
    A house for $7; Life in a new country  5/27/76 p.5
    The medicine show and other good times  6/3/76 p.5
    "Tales of Old Barrington" will be available on Tuesday 
        6/10/76 p.8
    She edits cookbook of Illinois favorites  7/1/76 p.43
    Donnelly wins $1000 for "reform" essay  7/8/76 p.17
    Author speaks on new book  10/7/76 p.21
 
AUTOMOBILES                                                 
    Ron Bransky: Old car man of Barrington  4/8/76 p.4
    Racing is a family affair  6/24/76 p.72
    Faulty gear costs Schulz  9/9/76 p.56
    Commuter lot fee increased to 50c  9/16/76 p.8
 
AYERS, TERRANCE                                             
    Graham vote record criticized by Ayers  2/5/76 p.14
 
BADGLEY, GEORGE                                             
    Employee's curiosity saves Jewel $14,000  12/9/76 p.6
 
BAHAI FAITH                                                 
    Local Baha'is to celebrate  5/20/76 p.28
 
BARKER, GREGSON L.                                          
    Appointed to bank board  4/8/76 p.48
 
BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL                                
    Fine arts council to be formed in fall  7/1/76 p.22
    Interim arts' head to be picked September 23  9/2/76 p.16
    Fourth arts council meet is October 28  10/21/76 p.11
    Bash elected head of Barrington arts council  11/4/76 p.12
 
BARRINGTON AREA BICENTENNIAL COMMISSION                     
    Junior League will co-sponsor fun fair  6/10/76 p.65
 
BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                         
    Area firms ready career fair displays  1/15/76 p.12
    New Chamber program welcomes 500 to area  1/22/76 p.12
    Career fair is successful  1/29/76 p.5
    Chamber launches drive for members  3/18/76 p.16
    Membership drive adds 38 to Chamber  4/8/76 p.18
    Graham proposes amendments to ease burden of workmen's
        compensation bills  4/29/76 p.4
    Chamber golf outing termed the best ever  6/3/76 p.11
    Chamber gets set for celebration  6/24/76 p.8
    Variety of prizes offered by retailers  7/1/76 p.8
    Attends institute at Notre Dame  7/22/76 p.48
    Chamber supports anti-vandalism law  9/9/76 p.3
    Legislative luncheon Tuesday at the Barn  9/16/76 p.14
    Business a sleeping giant: Rep. LaFleur  9/23/76 p.8
    Chamber's champion  10/7/76 p.7
    Homecoming spirit spread by chamber  10/7/76 p.12
    Village will consider sign law changes  10/14/76 p.11
    Chamber elects five directors  10/21/76 p.13
    Chamber will publish new Barrington booklet  10/21/76 p.12
    Chamber alert out for stolen checks  11/18/76 p.13
    Elect Seger president of Chamber  12/16/76 p.16
    Business involvement crucial now: Seger  12/23/76 p.14
    Village to see parking study in January  12/23/76 p.6
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                      
    Officials criticize BACOG "meddling"  1/1/76 p.4
    Year of achievement enjoyed by BACOG  1/8/76 p.14
    Bikeways funding sought by BACOG  1/29/76 p.10
    BACOG absentee Puzey will be back  2/12/76 p.3
    Committee members get BACOG position paper  2/12/76 p.18
    Development conflicts with BACOG plan  2/12/76 p.5
    Suggests 4 changes in Barrington plan  2/12/76 p.4
    BACOG seeks $40,000 grant  2/19/76 p.8
    $40,000 grant to BACOG  3/4/76 p.11
    BACOG opposes Hemphill  3/4/76 p.9
    Housing chapter isn't feasible: Withrow  3/4/76 p.4
    Commission does about face on neighborhood suggestions 
        3/25/78 p.10
    Fine Arts Council?  We need one: Klein  3/25/76 p.16
    Housing ball bounces back to BACOG  3/25/76 p.4
    BACOG "concerned" about 40-acre plan  4/1/76 p.18
    Barrington Hills Village board approval of plan doesn't
        count  4/1/76 p.16
    Arts inventory first step for new council  4/22/76 p.14
    BACOG applies for $37,000 federal grant  5/6/76 p.16
    BACOG wins national award for summary  5/6/76 p.4
    BACOG funding in jeopardy  6/3/76 p.12
    Barrington Hills adopts BACOG plan  6/3/76 p.16
    BACOG urges denial of DiMucci plan  6/24/76 p.5
    Will elect Hansen new BACOG head  6/24/76 p.3
    Hansen is elected chairman of BACOG  7/1/76 p.4
    Farella development opposed by BACOG  7/8/76 p.18
    NIPC okays $24,000 grant for BACOG  7/22/76 p.15
    Comprehensive plan meeting is August 16  7/29/76 p.13
    BACOG gets $19,000 grant from DLGA  8/5/76 p.12
    Comprehensive plan meeting this Monday  8/12/76 p.12
    "Aggressive" search for light industry endorsed by village 
        8/19/76 p.4
    Housing chapter gets partial village okay  8/19/76 p.8
    Intensive solid waste study is underway  8/26/76 p.70
    Village adopts BACOG plan  8/26/76 p.6
    BACOG plan revisions due Monday, September 27  9/16/76 p.16
    Uniform contribution law sought  10/21/76 p.9
    Developer contribution law in holding pattern  11/4/76 p.14
    Leadership changes in BACOG 911 study  11/4/76 p.10
    DiMucci withdraws LaBuy project petition  11/25/76 p.5
    Flood plain filling riles BACOG  12/2/76 p.5
    Committee won't seek injunction  12/9/76 p.20
    911 setback  12/30/76 p.7
 
BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL                         
    Rural identification system is supported  2/26/76 p.16
    BADC lists new officers for election on Tuesday  5/6/76 p.9
    BADC's community award to Bill Miller  5/13/76 p.4
    BADC should take position on issues, says new president 
        6/24/76 p.18
    Emergency stickers distributed by BADC  9/16/76 p.16
    BADC wants another paramedic, MIC unit  9/23/76 p.4
    Top area concern: traffic congestion  12/2/76 p.7
 
BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY                                     
    Friends elect Bradley president  1/15/76 p.26
    $214,500 saved by Library  1/29/76 p.13
    Schedule appraisal of library building  2/12/76 p.9
    Three seats available on library board  2/12/76 p.11
    Five vie for library board seats  3/4/76 p.10
    Friends of the Library slate authors' reception  3/11/76
        p.86
    Woman's club will furnish library room  3/11/76 p.5
    Five vie for 3 library seats  4/8/76 p.5
    Library board balks at Solem resignation  4/8/76 p.10
    Altemara, Roos, Jacobs win library board seats  4/15/76 p.14
    Summer activities planned at library  5/6/76 p.56
    Will break ground for library June 13  5/13/76 p.8
    Library reading program planned June 22-August 10  5/27/76
        p.24
    Library to open next summer  6/10/76 p.3
    First step toward a new library  6/17/76 p.4
    It's more than a building to him  7/8/76 p.36
    Library appraisals sought by trustees  7/15/76 p.63
    Budget  7/22/76 p.68
    Treasurer's report  7/29/76 p.68
    Reading Club to present certificates to children  8/5/76
        p.45
    TV show host Cromie to be "Friends" guest  9/23/76 p.18
    Will set cornerstone  10/7/76 p.13
    What am I bid?  [sale of library building]  11/11/76 p.10
    Library to request $10,000 from township  12/9/76 p.7
 
BARRINGTON AREA SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB                        
    The generation gap doesn't bother her  9/9/76 p.14
 
BARRINGTON AREA UNITED DRIVE                                
    21 agencies get $46,000 from BAUD  4/1/76 p.19
    BAUD sets drive goal of $72,100  9/23/76 p.15
 
BARRINGTON ART FAIR                                         
    Art fair committee seeks prize sponsors  3/25/76 p.42
    Barrington Art Fair Sunday, rain or shine  8/12/76 p.41
    Barrington Art Fair winners announced  8/26/76 p.40
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    East Rockford coach to lead BHS cagers  4/29/76 p.3
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (FOOTBALL CLUB)                          
    Boylan bounces Broncos in playoff, 35-28  11/11/76 p.5
 
BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220               
    Scoliosis testing is successful  1/1/76 p.6
    Boundary plan not equitable: District 211  1/8/76 P.3
    Housing, boundaries, pool are priorities in Unit District
        220  1/8/76 p.12
    Area firms ready career fair displays  1/15/76 p.12
    Committee decides on second middle school  1/15/76 p.3
    220 board ponders long range report  1/22/76 p.4
    Palatine schools tell Barrington: ante up  1/22/76 p.4
    Career fair is successful  1/29/76 p.5
    Teachers split on 220 housing recommendation  2/5/76 p.3
    Palatine to counter Barrington's offer  2/12/76 p.15
    District 15 balks at District 220 plan  2/19/76 p.15
    District 220 agrees on compromise  2/19/76 p.3
    "A busy hum of enthusiasm" [Hough Street School
        mini-courses]  3/4/76 p.5
    Financial squeeze felt by District 220  3/18/76 p.14
    School calendar adopted for '76-77  3/18/76 p.11
    Screening program set for pre-school children  3/25/76 p.12
    Barrington schools increase land offer  4/1/76 p.14
    Registration opens for summer school  4/1/76 p.10
    Everything is quiet in District 220  4/8/76 p.3
    Write-in campaign fails in District 220  4/15/76 p.14
    Board rejects foreign language bid, 3-2  4/22/76 p.3
    District 220 board okays disannexation of 1140 acres 
        4/22/76 p.12
    District 220 summer school in jeopardy  4/22/76 p.11
    Denise Meroni takes seat on school board  4/29/76 p.14
    District 220 rejects mandatory retirement age for its
        teachers  4/29/76 p.69
    Palatine schools mull Barrington land offer  4/29/76 p.18
    Student school board okays pool bond vote  5/6/76 p.18
    Student trustees like green loop idea, too  5/6/76 p.10
    Area schools likely to reject land offer  5/13/76 p.12
    Board to charge $38 summer school fee  5/20/76 p.5
    Child safety big concern of parents  5/20/76 p.19
    New summer school program established  5/27/76 p.10
    Unit district 220 says "uncle"  5/27/76 p.13
    Swimming pool plan dead issue for now  6/3/76 p.3
    BEA seeks early settlement of contract  6/10/76 p.3
    Cole earns doctorate at Northern  6/10/76 p.17
    Barrington situation prompts introduction of new bill in
        House  6/17/76 p.41
    Sanders going to Michigan  6/17/76 p.3
    Teacher transfers irk Hough parents  6/17/76 p.16
    Language question goes to committee  6/24/76 p.3
    Teacher transfers to be reconsidered  6/24/76 p.14
    District 220 asks tenure law change  7/22/76 p.3
    Grove Avenue principal going to Hickory Hill  8/5/76 p.7
    Deficit budget gets tentative ok  8/19/76 p.3
    District 220 to consider Wyngate bus plea  8/19/76 p.18
    Engel, Thompson get administrative posts  8/19/76 p.12
    Volunteers sought for "gifted" program  8/19/76 p.14
    District 220 registration gets underway today  8/26/76 p.18
    In-school concerts best buy in District 220  8/26/76 p.10
    Today's student more outgoing, independent, says retiring
        teacher  8/26/76 p.43
    Read accord in District 220  9/2/76 p.3
    Vlasak named principal at Grove Avenue school  9/2/76 p.14
    Free milk, lunch policy outlined for District 220  9/16/76
        p.61
    Color budget red in District 220  9/23/76 p.3
    Teachers okay 2-year pact  9/23/76 p.9
    District 220 to get more money  10/7/76 p.4
    Teachers should be happy: BEA chief  10/7/76 p.10
    Uniform contribution law sought  10/21/76 p.9
    220 chiefs get 5.8% pay boost  11/4/76 p.13
    Annual financial statement  11/18/76 p.104
    Three 220 schools get sound systems  11/18/76 p.16
    They remember forgotten families  12/16/76 p.8
    Allen quits District 220 board post  12/23/76 p.5
    School census to be conducted  12/23/76 p.5
    Standard spring break approved in District 220  12/23/76
        p.12
    Referendums to test residents next year  12/30/76 p.5
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT             
    MIC service gets state nod  1/15/76 p.4
    MIC unit averages 46 calls per month  2/26/76 p.10
    Annual budget  8/26/76 p.75
    Emergency stickers distributed by BADC  9/16/76 p.16
    Fire district MIC vote this fall  9/16/76 p.3
    Fire district MIC vote set for February 5  11/11/76 p.5
    Wauconda MIC vote early in '77  11/25/76 p.13
    Referendums to test residents next year  12/30/76 p.5
 
BARRINGTON EDUCATION ASSOCIATION                            
    BEA seeks early settlement of contract  6/10/76 p.3
    Teachers should be happy: BEA chief  10/7/76 p.10
 
BARRINGTON FASHION EXCHANGE                                 
    Barrington Fashion Exchange; Mary Ann Sullivan and Jane
        Gorr, owners  12/16/76 p.62
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SOFTBALL CLUB)                          
    Fillies meet Tremont in state tournament  6/3/76 p.3
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (VOLLEYBALL CLUB)                        
    Fillies win, advance to state tournament!  1/29/76 p.3
    Fillies miss state championship  2/5/76 p.59
    Town turns out to welcome home Fillies  2/5/76 p.3
 
BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT                                  
    Snorkel part of new budget  4/1/76 p.5
    Martens re-elected fire chief  5/6/76 p.19
    Barrington Fire Department is almost 80 years old  7/1/76
        p.18
    Fire department open house on Sunday  10/7/76 p.13
    Purchase of aerial platform hits snag  11/11/76 p.10
    Gift of life  12/2/76 p.5
    New aerial equipment specs in holding pattern  12/9/76 p.12
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Career fair  1/1/76 p.5
    Walker slated for BHS talk  1/15/76 p.3
    Barrington joins MSL North Division  1/22/76 p.10
    Leslie Talbot named BHS Good Citizen  1/22/76 p.48
    Seeks upgrading of girls' sports program  1/22/76 p.8
    Walker's BHS talk open to the public  1/22/76 p.3
    Governor Walker scores with BHS students  1/29/76 p.3
    WBPR plans first broadcast Monday  2/26/76 p.12
    Stahmer fired as cage coach  3/4/76 p.3
    Voice of the state wrestling tourney  3/4/76 p.12
    Honor society inducts 114 new members  4/15/76 p.17
    East Rockford coach to lead BHS cagers  4/29/76 p.3
    Five mock meetings on Monday, Tuesday  4/29/76 p.8
    Student "takeover" Saturday, Monday  4/29/76 p.8
    Barrington High lists third quarter honors  5/6/76 p.48
    Celebrate your birthday at Tom Sawyer matinee  5/6/76 p.14
    Drafting award to BHS senior  5/13/76 p.6
    Board won't rehire BHS French teacher  5/20/76 p.12
    BHS senior receives art scholarship  5/27/76 p.6
    Plaskas resigns  5/27/76 p.3
    Students fighting for BHS French teacher  5/27/76 p.12
    "Outstanding" science award to Donna Wood  6/3/76 p.6
    BHS graduation is Saturday  6/3/76 p.34
    Kirby Smith named as Bronco baseball coach  6/10/76 p.66
    Fourth quarter BHS honor roll  6/24/76 p.40
    Award-winning Scots to be here July 5  7/1/76 p.6
    High school students went on strike in '07  7/1/76 p.12
    Nostalgia reigns [Class of 1951 reunion]  8/19/76 p.5
    Schnurlein returning to BHS French post  8/19/76 p.4
    Vandalism at BHS irks school officials  9/2/76 p.4
    Barrington juniors earn art scholarships  10/7/76 p.80
    Homecoming spirit spread by chamber  10/7/76 p.12
    BHS Homecoming this weekend  10/14/76 p.8
    Queen Sue  10/21/76 p.3
    Win smudged by spy charges  10/21/76 p.90
    Crystal Lake files protest  10/28/76 p.60
    Have leads in Carousel  10/28/76 p.19
    "Carousel" set to open tomorrow  11/11/76 p.18
    BHS merit commendations  11/18/76 p.20
    Feeding the 2,900  11/18/76 p.12
    Honor students named at Barrington High School  12/2/76 p.26
    Indoor swim pool alive again  12/2/76 p.5
    Two Barrington High School students electrocuted in
        Carpentersville  12/2/76 p.16
    Barrington girl wins contest  12/9/76 p.48
    State scholar students listed  12/9/76 p.67
    Spotlight not all fun, games  12/30/76 p.10
 
BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                                      
    "Busy, fruitful year" in Barrington Hills  1/8/76 p.16
    Barrington Hills seeks block grant funds  1/29/76 p.19
    Barrington Hills opposes Hemphill proposal  2/26/76 p.14
    BACOG opposes Hemphill  3/4/76 p.9
    Hemphill meet tonight  3/11/76 p.14
    Advance preparation can save your life [tornado]  3/18/76
        p.22
    BACOG "concerned" about 40-acre plan  4/1/76 p.18
    Barrington Hills Village board approval of plan doesn't
        count  4/1/76 p.16
    Barrington, 2 other police departments may go to central
        dispatching program  4/8/76 p.3
    Drug use concerns police chief Aldrich  5/6/76 p.87
    Three lawsuits wait in wings  5/6/76 p.3
    Polly Cooper opens summer workshops  5/13/76 p.39
    No salary increases in Barrington Hills  5/27/76 p.14
    Barrington Hills adopts BACOG plan  6/3/76 p.16
    Head-on collision injures 5 persons  6/17/76 p.7
    Board met illegally, says Hills' trustee  7/1/76 p.3
    Can Barrington Hills board have the best of both worlds? 
        7/29/76 p.15
    Horsing around at Auburn Farm  8/5/76 p.43
    Porch becomes studio for Irish artist  8/5/76 p.16
    Wild kingdom  8/12/76 p.8
    Treasurer's report  8/19/76 p.70
    EPA asked to solve Hills' drainage woes  8/26/76 p.14
    Barrington Hills man dies in canoe mishap  9/9/76 p.9
    Arson…  10/21/76 p.4
    Barrington Hills police find that people do care  10/21/76
        p.3
    Consultant may help Hills map its future  10/28/76 p.15
    Barrington Hills rejects one project, Oks another  11/4/76
        p.95
    Planner hired in Barrington Hills  11/25/76 p.7
    Ghost project haunts Barrington Hills lake  12/16/76 p.13
    Barrington Hills awaiting ambulance proposal  12/23/76 p.7
 
BARRINGTON HISTORICAL MUSEUM                                
    Displays to provide a glimpse of the past  9/2/76 p.17
 
BARRINGTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY                               
    State designates village buildings as landmarks  3/11/76 p.7
    Historical society stages open house  5/13/76 p.80
    Historical society's annual meet June 9  6/3/76 p.62
    Ringman re-elected president  6/24/76 p.17
    Bill Klingenberg: One man, many men  7/8/76 p.10
    Displays to provide a glimpse of the past  9/2/76 p.17
    Historical society sets bus tour, classes  9/16/76 p.39
 
BARRINGTON JAYCEES                                          
    Jaycees plan MIC fund drive  9/23/76 p.4
    Fund drive begins for second MIC unit  12/9/76 p.5
 
BARRINGTON KIWANIS CLUB                                     
    Sun shines on Easter egg hunt  4/22/76 p.5
    Kiwanians elect Schnadt president  10/28/76 p.86
 
BARRINGTON LIONS CLUB                                       
    50 years' community service  1/15/76 p.5
    Lions' 50th!  2/5/76 p.9
    The rodeo is coming to town!  9/2/76 p.11
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL                                    
    "Day in Business" for 115 students  4/22/76 p.36
    Board rejects foreign language bid, 3-2  4/22/76 p.3
    New PTO board at Middle School  6/10/76 p.47
    Middle School pupils boycott hot lunches  10/21/76 p.9
 
BARRINGTON MONTESSORI SCHOOL                                
    Barrington Montessori School; Celma Perry and Desmond
        Perry, owners  9/16/76 p.68
 
BARRINGTON OPTICIANS                                        
    Barrington Opticians; Mat Pfeifer and Bob Brauch, owners 
        10/28/76 p.72
 
BARRINGTON PARK CAMPMEETING ASSOCIATION                     
    Campground appraisal approved  7/8/76 p.3
    Campground offer rejected  8/26/76 p.4
    Moves to condemn 17-acre campground  10/21/76 p.3
    Latest campground price tag: $500,000  11/4/76 p.5
    Eyes campground for seniors' housing  11/11/76 p.5
    Association "open" to Lipofsky proposal  11/18/76 p.7
    Homeowners oppose campground housing  12/2/76 p.14
 
BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                                    
    Business as usual for park district  1/8/76 p.18
    Annexation by Park District  1/15/76 p.11
    Plan recommends indoor tennis courts at South Park site 
        2/5/76 p.4
    Park district lowers cost of garden plots  3/11/76 p.16
    Park district board elects Beese chief  4/22/76 p.10
    Sun shines on Easter egg hunt  4/22/76 p.5
    Park district board oks $472,415 budget  5/13/76 p.82
    Treasurer's report  5/27/76 p.84
    Fencing problems plague park board  6/24/76 p.66
    Pet, hobby show winners announced  7/15/76 p.14
    Teen beer drinking concerns park board  7/15/76 p.64
    Park district adopts working cash levy  9/16/76 p.12
    It's fun really…  10/7/76 p.3
    Oscar the Grouch best in park costume contest  11/4/76 p.16
    Park board must issue tax warrants  12/16/76 p.9
 
BARRINGTON PIONEERS (CLUB)                                  
    Pioneers pick new officers  10/14/76 p.36
 
BARRINGTON PLAN COMMISSION                                  
    No nursing home decision until March  1/22/76 p.3
    Voss asks commission: Ignore Perille's letter  2/5/76 p.12
    Suggests 4 changes in Barrington plan  2/12/76 p.4
    Ishak, Borah plans on March 3 agenda  2/26/76 p.3
    Housing chapter isn't feasible: Withrow  3/4/76 p.4
    Nursing home, residential plan rejected  3/11/76 p.12
    Project gets negative commission reaction  3/11/76 p.6
    Commission does about face on neighborhood suggestions 
        3/25/78 p.10
    Housing ball bounces back to BACOG  3/25/76 p.4
    Changes being made in 40-acre proposal  4/1/76 p.10
    New nursing home hearing is required  4/8/76 p.3
    Barrington should provide 113 moderate income units by
        1980: plan commission  4/15/76 p.4
    You're getting closer, plan commission tells Cloisters'
        developers  4/15/76 p.8
    Plan commission recommends rejection of nursing home,
        residential development  5/6/76 p.4
    Cloisters decision postponed to July 21  6/3/76 p.4
    1st Tomlen hearing planned Wednesday  6/10/76 p.18
    Chinese restaurant gets commission nod  6/24/76 p.16
    Verdict on Tomlen development deferred by plan commission 
        6/24/76 p.19
    McIntosh proposal gets commission nod  8/5/76 p.14
    Commission to see new Cloisters look  9/23/76 p.8
    Plan commission can't get it together  10/7/76 p.4
    Cloisters development too dense: planners  10/21/76 p.12
    Commission asks approval of Cloisters  10/28/76 p.15
 
BARRINGTON ROTARY CLUB                                      
    Local Rotary Club cited for membership growth  12/23/76 p.54
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP REPUBLICAN ORGANIZATION                 
    Township GOP reins to Hamelberg  8/26/76 p.16
    Johnson is elected GOP chief  9/2/76 p.15
    Smith lauds aggressive Ford campaign  9/2/76 p.10
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                   
    Barrington Township has $21,000 for BYS program  4/8/76 p.15
    Three lawsuits wait in wings  5/6/76 p.3
    College streets police patrol is considered  7/29/76 p.7
    New committeeman maps plan of action  7/29/76 p.12
    Record 86% turnout in Barrington Township  11/4/76 p.6
    Township ponders police patrol offer  11/4/76 p.5
    Library to request $10,000 from township  12/9/76 p.7
 
BARRINGTON TRAIN DEPOT                                      
    Commercial projects are needed: Maiben  1/8/76 p.5
    Depot vandalism a continuing problem  4/15/76 p.5
    Depot project on schedule, says Maiben  4/29/76 p.16
    New coach yard opened by C&NW  9/2/76 p.3
 
BARRINGTON UNION CEMETERY                                   
    Few care now  12/2/76 p.10
 
BARRINGTON VILLAGE HALL                                     
    First village hall  7/1/76 p.10
 
BARRINGTON WOMAN'S CLUB                                     
    Woman's club will furnish library room  3/11/76 p.5
    Art fair committee seeks prize sponsors  3/25/76 p.42
    Woman's club scholarship to Julia Fox  5/13/76 p.17
    Woman's club much involved in Bicentennial  7/1/76 p.43
    Barrington Art Fair Sunday, rain or shine  8/12/76 p.41
    Women's club slates fall painting series  8/19/76 p.50
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICES                                   
    Zapata quits BYS  3/11/76 p.5
    Barrington Township has $21,000 for BYS program  4/8/76 p.15
    Bert assumes post as BYS director  5/13/76 p.18
    BYS hires director; gets additional room  5/13/76 p.4
    BYS rejects circus proposal  5/13/76 p.17
    Softball game will match BYS, police  5/27/76 p.7
    BYS seeks parents for Dawn House  6/3/76 p.13
    Police to meet BYS in softball Saturday  6/10/76 p.7
    Police do it again, trample BYS, 19-13  6/17/76 p.10
    Mason to coordinate activities of BYS  7/15/76 p.10
    BYS slates work-a-thon for Novemeber 6  10/28/76 p.19
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.                                            
    Commercial projects are needed: Maiben  1/8/76 p.5
    Perille is criticized for letter writing  1/15/76 p.4
    Trustees gun down grant application  1/29/76 p.14
    Village Cadillac approved [sign ordinance]  1/29/76 p.12
    Village to proceed with study of loop  1/29/76 p.3
    Voss tells Perille: "You're impossible"  1/29/76 p.4
    Voss asks commission: Ignore Perille's letter  2/5/76 p.12
    Board takes under advisement clubs' bid for village
        arborist  2/12/76 p.10
    Garbage survey is postponed  2/12/76 p.8
    Perille, Maiben clash  2/12/76 p.3
    Street improvements meeting is Tuesday  2/12/76 p.12
    Not much interest in "east" annexation  2/19/76 p.12
    Oks mobile homes as a special use  2/19/76 p.13
    Street improvements agreement is sought  2/19/76 p.10
    Mrs. Dowling won't rejoin village staff  2/26/76 p.3
    Restrict manager's power, says Perille  2/26/76 p.12
    Village tells Browning-Ferris: Surface parking lot  3/4/76
        p.8
    Bed need verdict due March 26  3/11/76 p.17
    State designates village buildings as landmarks  3/11/76 p.7
    Village has enough liquor licenses: board  3/11/76 p.18
    Barrington police bid for recognition of bargaining agent 
        3/18/76 p.5
    Barrington receives sewer study money  3/18/76 p.6
    Flooding "seminar" Saturday  3/18/76 p.10
    Garbage: Where do we go from here?  3/18/76 p.6
    $200,000 promised for improvement of substandard streets 
        3/25/76 p.12
    Housing ball bounces back to BACOG  3/25/76 p.4
    McIntosh to develop Cuba Road acreage  3/25/78 p.10
    Mrs. Fred Pendleton appointed village clerk  3/25/76 p.7
    Nursing home plan approved by board  3/25/76 p.3
    Perille in legal jeopardy?  3/25/76 p.17
    Perille wins agenda battle with Maiben  3/25/76 p.61
    Storm sewer won't eliminate flooding  3/25/76 p.62
    Village to go after illegal sewer ties?  3/25/76 p.18
    Hiring of arborist rejected by village  4/1/76 p.5
    Inner loop project proceeds on schedule  4/1/76 p.6
    Barrington, 2 other police departments may go to central
        dispatching program  4/8/76 p.3
    Propose 2% salary boost for employees  4/8/76 p.11
    Barrington should provide 113 moderate income units by
        1980: plan commission  4/15/76 p.4
    Budget hearing Monday  4/15/76 p.15
    Fairhaven homeowners oppose neighborhood recommendation 
        4/15/76 p.10
    Find over 400 illegal sewer connections  4/15/76 p.13
    Garbage pickup survey May 1  4/15/76 p.3
    State to resurface Route 59 this spring  4/15/76 p.12
    Inner loop dominates village budget hearing  4/22/76 p.8
    Memorial Day parade is on again  4/22/76 p.3
    Five mock meetings on Monday, Tuesday  4/29/76 p.8
    Hager Avenue improvement moves ahead  4/29/76 p.15
    Student "takeover" Saturday, Monday  4/29/76 p.8
    Village board okays study of green loop  4/29/76 p.3
    Are purse snatching here, in Cary related?  5/6/76 p.7
    Dundee Avenue sidewalk considered by village  5/6/76 p.76
    Present garbage service winner  5/6/76 p.3
    Student trustees like green loop idea, too  5/6/76 p.10
    Three lawsuits wait in wings  5/6/76 p.3
    Firm will plant 80 new trees  5/13/76 p.14
    Mosquito spraying available  5/13/76 p.9
    Nursing home vote delayed two weeks  5/13/76 p.7
    Police nab five in mail thefts, forgery  5/13/76 p.7
    "Zero-Plus" calling to begin Saturday  5/20/76 p.28
    Memorial Day parade will step off at 10:30  5/20/76 p.12
    No new sewer connections, says EPA  5/20/76 p.5
    Change in Memorial Day parade route  5/27/76 p.4
    Street improvement projects approved  5/27/76 p.3
    Post office will get a new lease on life  6/3/76 p.7
    Special village census to start Tuesday, July 6  6/3/76 p.4
    Will require smoke units in new homes  6/3/76 p.74
    Call 381-2131 for emergencies only  6/10/76 p.12
    Police sergeant's wife rips village board  6/10/76 p.16
    Seniors' housing survey underway  6/10/76 p.15
    Barrington situation prompts introduction of new bill in
        House  6/17/76 p.41
    Nursing home plan gets final approval  6/17/76 p.3
    Street improvements hearing is Monday  6/17/76 p.14
    Village to oppose head tax  6/17/76 p.4
    Board reaches point of no return for street improvements 
        6/24/76 p.14
    Village of Barrington seeks census takers  6/24/76 p.7
    "All-Mayors' Flag Ceremony" to launch week-long celebration
        7/1/76 p.4
    "Baby Face" Nelson killed 2 agents here  7/1/76 p.14
    Barrington Bicentennial Calendar  7/1/76 p.5
    Fine arts council to be formed in fall  7/1/76 p.22
    First village hall  7/1/76 p.10
    Plant grant steps taken by village  7/1/76 p.3
    Street improvements engineering approved  7/1/76 p.17
    Village opposes DiMucci  7/1/76 p.9
    Campground appraisal approved  7/8/76 p.3
    Mosquito problem can be solved  7/8/76 p.10
    Parade, fireworks to conclude 8-day Bicentennial
        celebration  7/8/76 p.12
    Barrington's 4th bursts forth  7/15/76 p.5
    Celebration  7/15/76 p.4
    Cloisters' discussion will continue July 21  7/15/76 p.8
    Regional law plan "go" for second year  7/15/76 p.3
    Sidewalk project to start next month  7/15/76 p.20
    Student-seniors' conference works  7/15/76 p.75
    Swine flu vaccination center will be announced in August 
        7/15/76 p.19
    Village to establish sprinkling restriction  7/15/76 p.3
    Engine smacks caboose; derailment ties up traffic  7/22/76
        p.3
    Wastewater grant needed, Maiben says  7/22/76 p.15
    Comprehensive plan meeting is August 16  7/29/76 p.13
    Village water supply sufficient: Maiben  7/29/76 p.12
    Western Avenue, still on tap  8/5/76 p.4
    Comprehensive plan meeting this Monday  8/12/76 p.12
    Resident's fuse is "lit"  8/12/76 p.17
    Roslyn sidewalk approved  8/12/76 p.15
    Treasurer's report  8/12/76 p.66
    Village joins war against vandalism  8/12/76 p.18
    Walk, don't ride in village center  8/12/76 p.3
    "Aggressive" search for light industry endorsed by village 
        8/19/76 p.4
    Hawaiian beer garden cancelled  8/19/76 p.16
    Perille criticizes land use proposals  8/19/76 p.10
    Beer gardens now under board control  8/26/76 p.15
    Campground offer rejected  8/26/76 p.4
    EPA asked to solve Hills' drainage woes  8/26/76 p.14
    New village engineer on the job  8/26/76 p.11
    Village adopts BACOG plan  8/26/76 p.6
    Inner loop meeting planned this month  9/9/76 p.3
    Commuter lot fee increased to 50c  9/16/76 p.8
    Foresters try to turn new leaf on elm disease  9/16/76 p.5
    New home sought for events sign  9/16/76 p.15
    Village to be 12,000 in '80, predicts NIPC  9/16/76 p.10
    Commission to see new Cloisters look  9/23/76 p.8
    "We hate to see the area change"  10/7/76 p.8
    Building inspector quits  10/7/76 p.10
    Residents ask loop referendum  10/7/76 p.3
    Citizen's loop meeting October 21  10/14/76 p.3
    Lipofsky raps "deplorable" state road work  10/14/76 p.19
    Maiben rips trustee politics at meetings  10/14/76 p.10
    Streets meeting Monday  10/14/76 p.19
    Village will consider sign law changes  10/14/76 p.11
    Voss won't run for re-election  10/14/76 p.3
    Moves to condemn 17-acre campground  10/21/76 p.3
    OK full improvement for west-end streets  10/21/76 p.10
    South Hager Street works gets nod, too  10/21/76 p.10
    Commission asks approval of Cloisters  10/28/76 p.15
    Hager residents balk  10/28/76 p.6
    Ice house recycling project is completed  10/28/76 p.14
    Loop foes push for advisory referendum  10/28/76 p.14
    Village approves Cloisters "in principle"  10/28/76 p.7
    30 is average age in village census  11/4/76 p.10
    Latest campground price tag: $500,000  11/4/76 p.5
    Loop meeting tonight  11/4/76 p.12
    Street improvements verdict due Monday  11/4/76 p.96
    Township ponders police patrol offer  11/4/76 p.5
    Wrong-way roadsters rile residents  11/4/76 p.11
    Eyes campground for seniors' housing  11/11/76 p.5
    Garbage pickup fee will increase by 5%  11/11/76 p.7
    Green Loop proposal put on back burner  11/11/76 p.6
    Association "open" to Lipofsky proposal  11/18/76 p.7
    Grzeczka is appointed new building inspector  11/18/76 p.18
    PUD law "flexibility" sought by 4 trustees  11/18/76 p.18
    Get housing act together, NIPC tells village  11/25/76 p.13
    Green Loop pushed farther into future  11/25/76 p.7
    Homeowners oppose campground housing  12/2/76 p.14
    Central dispatch idea endorsed by village  12/16/76 p.9
    No change in garbage collection service  12/16/76 p.7
    Village to see parking study in January  12/23/76 p.6
    Area officials promise to do their best…  12/30/76 p.9
    Taxi fare increased by 30 cents per mile  12/30/76 p.7
    Voss recalls tenure as trustee, president  12/30/76 p.14
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--GROWTH                                    
    Village growth at a standstill?  8/5/76 p.3
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY                                   
    Bicentennial book to be ready June 8  5/6/76 p.8
    Bicentennial book exerpts will begin in next week's issue 
        5/13/76 p.3
    Historical society stages open house  5/13/76 p.80
    Barrington Bicentennial calendar  5/20/76 p.2
    Building a life on the prairie  5/20/76 p.9
    Donors make Bicentennial book possible  5/20/76 p.9
    A house for $7; Life in a new country  5/27/76 p.5
    The medicine show and other good times  6/3/76 p.5
    "Tales of Old Barrington" will be available on Tuesday 
        6/10/76 p.8
    A chronology of the early years  7/1/76 p.12
    Barrington a railroad town for 122 years  7/1/76 p.18
    Barrington Fire Department is almost 80 years old  7/1/76
        p.18
    Community Church oldest in the village  7/1/76 p.20
    High school students went on strike in '07  7/1/76 p.12
    Incorporation vote passed by 29 to 4  7/1/76 p.10
    Lipofsky's: 80 years old and still growing  7/1/76 p.14
    Bill Klingenberg: One man, many men  7/8/76 p.10
    Displays to provide a glimpse of the past  9/2/76 p.17
    Historical society sets bus tour, classes  9/16/76 p.39
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--TAXATION                                  
    $3.8 million budget approved by village  4/29/76 p.65
 
BARTEN, HERB                                                
    His race run, games still thrill ex-Olympian  7/29/76 p.4
 
BARWIG, LEONARD G.                                          
    Appointed CAI vice president  9/16/76 p.65
 
BASH, FLO                                                   
    Bash elected head of Barrington arts council  11/4/76 p.12
 
BASH, PHILIP E.                                             
    Seminary choice includes Barrington executive  12/9/76 p.30
 
BEACH, DEBBIE                                               
    Racing is a family affair  6/24/76 p.72
 
BEACH, FRED                                                 
    Racing is a family affair  6/24/76 p.72
 
BEACH, GINI                                                 
    Racing is a family affair  6/24/76 p.72
 
BEACH, JANE                                                 
    Medical fund created for Jane Beach  4/29/76 p.4
 
BECK, EUGENE C.                                             
    Barrington Hills police find that people do care  10/21/76
        p.3
 
BEESE, CAROL                                                
    Attends institute at Notre Dame  7/22/76 p.48
 
BEESE, RONALD                                               
    Park district board elects Beese chief  4/22/76 p.10
 
BELL ORCHARD                                                
    "Come sit under our apple tree," growers sing  9/23/76 p.5
 
BELL, BRUCE M.                                              
    Village doctors keep it "all in the family"  1/29/76 p.63
    Local physicians named diplomats by ABFP  3/25/76 p.49
 
BELL, JOHN                                                  
    "Come sit under our apple tree," growers sing  9/23/76 p.5
 
BENAVIDES, SAMUEL                                           
    Two persons injured in head-on collision  9/16/76 p.7
 
BENTON, DENNY                                               
    Rape myths exploded at Harper seminar  11/4/76 p.21
 
BERGREN, SUE                                                
    Queen Sue  10/21/76 p.3
 
BERNING, KARL                                               
    Named coordinator for Berning re-election  8/26/76 p.32
 
BERT, ROGER                                                 
    Bert assumes post as BYS director  5/13/76 p.18
    BYS hires director; gets additional room  5/13/76 p.4
 
BETHEL GOSPEL CHURCH                                        
    Community Church oldest in the village  7/1/76 p.20
 
BICENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS                                   
    Fraudulent Bicentennial chain letters in circulation 
        4/8/76 p.19
    Bicentennial book to be ready June 8  5/6/76 p.8
    Celebrate your birthday at Tom Sawyer matinee  5/6/76 p.14
    Bicentennial book exerpts will begin in next week's issue 
        5/13/76 p.3
    Barrington Bicentennial calendar  5/20/76 p.2
    Donors make Bicentennial book possible  5/20/76 p.9
    Hospitality '76 gets support of 17 couples  5/20/76 p.19
    Bicentennial parade to feature 95 units  6/24/76 p. 12
    Chamber gets set for celebration  6/24/76 p.8
    "All-Mayors' Flag Ceremony" to launch week-long celebration
        7/1/76 p.4
    Award-winning Scots to be here July 5  7/1/76 p.6
    Barrington Bicentennial Calendar  7/1/76 p.5
    Special July 4 service is set at St. Michael's  7/1/76 p.7
    Variety of prizes offered by retailers  7/1/76 p.8
    Woman's club much involved in Bicentennial  7/1/76 p.43
    Parade, fireworks to conclude 8-day Bicentennial
        celebration  7/8/76 p.12
    Barrington's 4th bursts forth  7/15/76 p.5
    Celebration  7/15/76 p.4
    Student-seniors' conference works  7/15/76 p.75
 
BIERTZ, GARY                                                
    Danner's Clothiers; Doug Drover, John Kolkmeyer, and Gary
        Biertz, owners  10/28/76 p.74
 
BILTMORE COUNTRY CLUB                                       
    "Moral conflict" charge hurled in North Barrington  7/29/76
        p.3
    Club asset to village: Former president  8/5/76 p.10
    Club's septic request gets zoning board okay  8/5/76 p.10
    Biltmore pro shop project is approved  8/26/76 p.19
    Arrest two teens in vandalism of greens  11/11/76 p.11
 
BINDER, EUGENE                                              
    Return to Barrington to celebrate 50th  7/15/76 p.37
 
BIT AND BRIDLE CLUB                                         
    Bit and Bridle Club '76 show  6/3/76 p.72
 
BLACKBURN, E.J.                                             
    Named group vice president  7/8/76 p.49
 
BLANKE, GEORGE                                              
    Blankes tour country with "found" relative  7/29/76 p.14
 
BLANKE, JOHN                                                
    Blankes tour country with "found" relative  7/29/76 p.14
 
BLICKLE, KATHLEEN                                           
    Barrington girl national sweetheart  10/28/76 p.43
 
BOLDIN, FLOYD R.                                            
    Police charge two in raid at photo spa  8/26/76 p.3
 
BORMAN, JACK                                                
    Leadership changes in BACOG 911 study  11/4/76 p.10
 
BOY SCOUTS                                                  
    Voska wins Eagle rank  3/18/76 p.50
    Scout officials approve new long-range plan  11/4/76 p.22
 
BRADLEY, VAN ALLEN                                          
    Friends elect Bradley president  1/15/76 p.26
 
BRAGHETTA, PAULA                                            
    The generation gap doesn't bother her  9/9/76 p.14
 
BRAITHWAITE, J. WILLIAM                                     
    Braithwaite rebuffs secret meeting charge  8/26/76 p.17
 
BRAITHWAITE, NANCY                                          
    Local musician earns Savannah symphony seat  11/11/76 p.34
 
BRANDEL, BERNICE                                            
    Draper, county agree on price  9/23/76 p.3
 
BRANSKY, RON                                                
    Ron Bransky: Old car man of Barrington  4/8/76 p.4
 
BRAUCH, BOB                                                 
    Barrington Opticians; Mat Pfeifer and Bob Brauch, owners 
        10/28/76 p.72
 
BRODNER, JOSEPH                                             
    Three lawsuits wait in wings  5/6/76 p.3
 
BROWN, CHARLES                                              
    Deer Park looking to uneventful year  1/1/76 p.10
 
BROWNING-FERRIS INDUSTRIES                                  
    Village tells Browning-Ferris: Surface parking lot  3/4/76
        p.8
    BFI wants out of metered bag service  5/27/76 p.12
    Clarification sought on garbage service  6/17/76 p.8
    Landfill authority bill gets out of committee  6/17/76 p.44
 
BRUBACK, DAVE                                               
    New village engineer on the job  8/26/76 p.11
 
BUCKLEY, CHARLES                                            
    Five vie for 3 library seats  4/8/76 p.5
 
BUILDINGS                                                   
    Will require smoke units in new homes  6/3/76 p.74
    It's more than a building to him  7/8/76 p.36
    Library appraisals sought by trustees  7/15/76 p.63
    Barrington contractor sees labor stability  8/19/76 p.28
    Biltmore pro shop project is approved  8/26/76 p.19
    Building inspector quits  10/7/76 p.10
    Inverness play house builder sees red (tag)  10/21/76 p.14
    Ice house recycling project is completed  10/28/76 p.14
    What am I bid?  [sale of library building]  11/11/76 p.10
    Grzeczka is appointed new building inspector  11/18/76 p.18
 
BUSH, THEODORE A., REV.                                     
    Presbyterians name assistant  11/11/76 p.14
 
BUSHNICK, STEVEN K.                                         
    Barrington Hills police find that people do care  10/21/76
        p.3
 
BUSINESS                                                    
    55 contribute items to television auction  3/18/76 p.78
    Tops in suburban sales  4/1/76 p.64
    Top honors to Lacy  4/15/76 p.49
    Lipofsky's: 80 years old and still growing  7/1/76 p.14
    DePauw award  7/15/76 p.48
    Keane assumes presidency of marketing association  7/22/76
        p.48
    "Aggressive" search for light industry endorsed by village 
        8/19/76 p.4
    Barrington contractor sees labor stability  8/19/76 p.28
    Photographic "spa" to be investigated  8/19/76 p.18
    Appointed CAI vice president  9/16/76 p.65
    Campbell takes new post  9/16/76 p.69
    Elected to head McDonald's association  9/16/76 p.66
    Business a sleeping giant: Rep. LaFleur  9/23/76 p.8
    On state chamber  9/23/76 p.52
    Quaker Oats appoints new senior executives  9/23/76 p.54
    Witt is VP  9/23/76 p.53
    New consumer service center at Jewel  10/7/76 p.26
    Rep. McClory receives award for responsibility  10/14/76
        p.37
    Business involvement crucial now: Seger  12/23/76 p.14
 
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES                                        
    Yankee Doodle Lounge; Sandro Montagnani and Ferruccio
        Montagnani, owners  1/22/76 p.44
    Maitland's Restaurant and Lounge; Max Maitland and Mary
        Maitland, owners  1/29/76 p.53
    Grant Motor Sales Chrysler Plymouth; Jerry Laine and Les
        Homuth, owners  4/22/76 p.41
    Schurect Interiors; Grace Schurect, owner  4/22/76 p.40
    Rebecca; Becky Klein, owner  6/10/76 p.54
    Little Women; Evelyn Miller, owner  6/24/76 p.54
    Treasure Traders; Lynn Rushing and Carol Tilly, owners 
        7/8/76 p.16
    Pampered Plant; Beth Petersen, owner  7/29/76 p.50
    Richard Honquest of Barrington; Richard Honquest, owner 
        8/12/76 p.54
    Vita-Mine; Alan Nordwall and Sylvia Nordwall, owners 
        8/12/76 p.55
    Barrington Montessori School; Celma Perry and Desmond
        Perry, owners  9/16/76 p.68
    E & M TV; Ed Szakonyi, owner  10/7/76 p.25
    Mancuso Cadillac; Rob Mancuso, owner  10/21/76 p.66
    Barrington Opticians; Mat Pfeifer and Bob Brauch, owners 
        10/28/76 p.72
    Danner's Clothiers; Doug Drover, John Kolkmeyer, and Gary
        Biertz, owners  10/28/76 p.74
    The Thicket; Dee Modjewski, owner  11/18/76 p.82
    Barrington Fashion Exchange; Mary Ann Sullivan and Jane
        Gorr, owners  12/16/76 p.62
    Things Woodin; Margaret White and Bill White, owners 
        12/16/76 p.96
 
CAMERON, JUDY                                               
    "Moral conflict" charge hurled in North Barrington  7/29/76
        p.3
    Club asset to village: Former president  8/5/76 p.10
 
CAMP SITES, FACILITIES, ETC.                                
    Campground appraisal approved  7/8/76 p.3
    Campground offer rejected  8/26/76 p.4
    Moves to condemn 17-acre campground  10/21/76 p.3
    Latest campground price tag: $500,000  11/4/76 p.5
    Association "open" to Lipofsky proposal  11/18/76 p.7
    Homeowners oppose campground housing  12/2/76 p.14
 
CAMPBELL, IAN M.                                            
    Campbell takes new post  9/16/76 p.69
 
CARDENAL, JOSE                                              
    Madlock, Cardenal to be here tonight  7/8/76 p.3
 
CARNAHAN, KIRSTI                                            
    Have leads in Carousel  10/28/76 p.19
 
CARY, ILL.                                                  
    Are purse snatching here, in Cary related?  5/6/76 p.7
    Suicide suspected in death of man, 22  9/2/76 p.7
 
CEDAR GARDENS APARTMENTS                                    
    Explosion in Palatine  4/22/76 p.19
 
CEMETERIES                                                  
    Arrest Lake in the Hills man in cemetery burglaries 
        11/25/76 p.11
    Few care now  12/2/76 p.10
 
CENSUS                                                      
    30 is average age in village census  11/4/76 p.10
    School census to be conducted  12/23/76 p.5
 
CENTEX HOMES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                      
    Centex project  1/8/76 p.4
    Centex firm asked to rework proposal  6/3/76 p.9
    Centex development to plan commission  6/24/76 p.10
    Centex hearing in August  7/15/76 p.3
    Developer contribution law in holding pattern  11/4/76 p.14
    Centex moves toward hearing  11/18/76 p.14
 
CHABRIAN, DEBBI                                             
    BHS senior receives art scholarship  5/27/76 p.6
 
CHICAGO DENTAL SOCIETY                                      
    Dr. Troutt to head dental society  6/17/76 p.59
 
CHILDREN                                                    
    Sun shines on Easter egg hunt  4/22/76 p.5
    Topics on patriotism earn students prizes  5/27/76 p.68
    "Winkie Bear" now a child care center  9/23/76 p.82
    Ellen's Day aids victim of accident  12/9/76 p.36
    They remember forgotten families  12/16/76 p.8
 
CHILES, LINDEN                                              
    Break for Chiles in comedy series?  4/8/76 p.14
 
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH                                    
    Community Church oldest in the village  7/1/76 p.20
 
CHURCH WOMEN UNITED                                         
    "Valiant Women" May Fellowship Day theme  4/29/76 p.48
    World Community Day November 5 at St. Mark's  10/28/76 p.35
 
CLARK, ALICE                                                
    BHS grad swaps countries for a year  7/29/76 p.10
 
CLARK, DAVID                                                
    Corner Cupboard restaurant is sold  10/28/76 p.16
 
CLASS REUNIONS                                              
    Nostalgia reigns [Class of 1951 reunion]  8/19/76 p.5
 
CLOISTERS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                         
    You're getting closer, plan commission tells Cloisters'
        developers  4/15/76 p.8
    Cloisters all single family now  5/20/76 p.5
    Cloisters decision postponed to July 21  6/3/76 p.4
    Cloisters' discussion will continue July 21  7/15/76 p.8
    Commission to see new Cloisters look  9/23/76 p.8
    Plan commission can't get it together  10/7/76 p.4
    Cloisters development too dense: planners  10/21/76 p.12
    Commission asks approval of Cloisters  10/28/76 p.15
    Village approves Cloisters "in principle"  10/28/76 p.7
    Developer contribution law in holding pattern  11/4/76 p.14
 
COALITION FOR POLITICAL HONESTY                             
    9,400 signatures on tap - and it's the honest truth 
        4/29/76 p.28
    "Honesty" petitions stack up as one for the books  5/13/76
        p.24
    Coalition vows to fight state count's petition veto  9/9/76
        p.41
 
CODER TAYLOR ASSOCIATES                                     
    It's more than a building to him  7/8/76 p.36
 
COLE, FRANK W.                                              
    Cole earns doctorate at Northern  6/10/76 p.17
 
COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY                                      
    CLC board meets, seats non-voting member  12/2/76 p.40
 
COMMUNITY CHURCH                                            
    Community Church oldest in the village  7/1/76 p.20
 
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                                       
    Commercial projects are needed: Maiben  1/8/76 p.5
    Community development workshop offered in fall  9/2/76 p.52
 
CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES                           
    BADC's community award to Bill Miller  5/13/76 p.4
    County condemns Kennedy property  7/8/76 p.3
    Lake County okays Kennedy purchase  7/15/76 p.18
    County makes offer for Draper property  8/5/76 p.3
    Deer Grove fish kill planned  8/12/76 p.3
    Deer Grove fish kill postponed  9/16/76 p.18
    Foresters try to turn new leaf on elm disease  9/16/76 p.5
 
COOK COUNTRY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                       
    Deer Grove fish kill planned  8/12/76 p.3
 
COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Lincoln County petition drive gets underway  9/2/76 p.20
 
COOK COUNTY, ILL.--TAXATION                                 
    Village to oppose head tax  6/17/76 p.4
 
COOK, GARY                                                  
    East Rockford coach to lead BHS cagers  4/29/76 p.3
 
COOKERY                                                     
    She edits cookbook of Illinois favorites  7/1/76 p.43
 
COOPER, POLLY                                               
    Polly Cooper opens summer workshops  5/13/76 p.39
 
CORNER CUPBOARD (RESTAURANT)                                
    Corner Cupboard restaurant is sold  10/28/76 p.16
 
CORNUCOPIA CO-OP                                            
    Co-op helps cope with costs  2/19/76 p.5
 
COUNTRY PLAYERS, INC.                                       
    Players make awards  9/16/76 p.53
 
COUNTRYSIDE CENTER FOR THE HANDICAPPED                      
    Countryside Center gains new exercise equipment  11/25/76
        p.42
 
COUNTRYSIDE SCHOOL                                          
    Countryside's last graduation tomorrow  6/3/76 p.35
 
COWAN, SUSAN                                                
    Senate page learns "snap" means "now!"  3/11/76 p.11
 
CRANE, PHILIP M.                                            
    Six named to Crane committee  7/15/76 p.51
    Crane hosts conference on US and education  7/22/76 p.20
    Crane urges adoption of tuition tax credit  8/19/76 p.53
    U.S. attorney asked to investigate Crane  10/7/76 p.12
 
CRAWFORD, MARK E.                                           
    Pedestrian survives collision with train  5/20/76 p.10
 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS                                         
    Attorney asks judge to quash warrants  1/29/76 p.7
    Burglaries increased 30% in '75  2/5/76 p.3
    Gun control issue aired by League  2/12/76 p.26
    Judge should rule on search warrants  2/18/76 p.7
    Ruling on warrants continued one week  2/26/76 p.8
    Former residents murdered  3/4/76 p.3
    Search warrants valid: Judge Gleason  3/4/76 p.7
    Little brother  3/25/76 p.5
    Youth gives police series of headaches  4/8/76 p.7
    Forest Lake girl raped in Deer Park  4/22/76 p.3
    Youth trips alarm, is caught in school  4/22/76 p.7
    Home invasion try occurs in Inverness  4/29/76 p.7
    Are purse snatching here, in Cary related?  5/6/76 p.7
    Police nab five in mail thefts, forgery  5/13/76 p.7
    Mertens case will go to trial in August  5/20/76 p.10
    Graham nabs two suspects in arson  6/3/76 p.7
    Local tie is possible in Rogers murder  6/17/76 p.3
    "Baby Face" Nelson killed 2 agents here  7/1/76 p.14
    Police arrest two in weekend melee  7/22/76 p.6
    Accident victim's purses stolen  8/5/76 p.7
    Drinking teens, speeding autos rile Deer Park homeowners 
        8/19/76 p.16
    "Good samaritan" robbed by couple  9/2/76 p.4
    Hijack ordeal  9/16/76 p.3
    Teen burglary ring smashed by police  9/23/76 p.7
    Judge Gleason won't hear Mertens case  10/7/76 p.7
    Police nab 4 teens in major drug bust  10/14/76 p.7
    Arson…  10/21/76 p.4
    Barrington Hills police find that people do care  10/21/76
        p.3
    Police charge youth with five burglaries  10/21/76 p.7
    Court gives four teens supervision  10/28/76 p.11
    Arrest two teens in vandalism of greens  11/11/76 p.11
    Chamber alert out for stolen checks  11/18/76 p.13
    Mertens case goes before new judge  11/18/76 p.17
    Arrest Lake in the Hills man in cemetery burglaries 
        11/25/76 p.11
    Mertens case to trial February 28  12/9/76 p.5
    Suburb youth court decision seen soon  12/9/76 p.14
    Arrest two teens in gas station robbery  12/16/76 p.15
    County board gets youth court proposal  12/23/76 p.14
 
CROMIE, ROBERT                                              
    TV show host Cromie to be "Friends" guest  9/23/76 p.18
 
CRONWALL, STANLEY, JR.                                      
    Five vie for 3 library seats  4/8/76 p.5
 
CROWLEY, DAN                                                
    Barrington juniors earn art scholarships  10/7/76 p.80
 
CRUMPLEY, PATRICIA                                          
    Career fair  1/1/76 p.5
 
CUBA MARSH                                                  
    County proceeds with Cuba Marsh talks  4/1/76 p.9
    Draper, county agree on price  9/23/76 p.3
 
CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                         
    Assessment  1/22/76 p.67
    Cuba Township opposes home rule proposal  2/19/76 p.3
    Home rule, museum on Tuesday's ballot  3/11/76 p.10
    Voter "independence" noted in Cuba Township  11/11/76 p.14
 
CUBA, ILL.                                                  
    Supervisor's annual report  3/25/76 p.76
 
CUMMINGS, JAMES                                             
    Cummings throws hat in congressional ring  1/8/76 p.3
    Cummings in upset; Graham victorious  3/18/76 p.5
    Low-key campaign wins it for Cummings  3/25/76 p.8
 
CURTIS, ROGER                                               
    Curtis wins "victory for the common man"  4/22/76 p.4
 
CYCLING                                                     
    Bikeways funding sought by BACOG  1/29/76 p.10
    Police will be watching bicyclists  4/22/76 p.8
    Bicycle rider fulfills pledge  7/22/76 p.56
    Doctor will peddle [sic] miles to fight cystic fibrosis 
        7/22/76 p.28
    Walk, don't ride in village center  8/12/76 p.3
    Bikeways system: Is it feasible for the Barrington area? 
        8/19/76 p.3
 
CYCLING PATHS                                               
    Bikeways system: Is it feasible for the Barrington area? 
        8/19/76 p.3
    Bike path construction begins at Lake Barrington  11/4/76
        p.84
 
DAKE, KENNETH, JR.                                          
    He wins state piano contest  12/16/76 p.73
 
D'ANDREA, JOHN A.                                           
    Postal "bargains" listed by D'Andrea  3/18/76 p.24
 
DANNER'S CLOTHERS                                           
    Danner's Clothiers; Doug Drover, John Kolkmeyer, and Gary
        Biertz, owners  10/28/76 p.74
 
D'ARCY, JOHN, JR.                                           
    Quaker Oats appoints new senior executives  9/23/76 p.54
 
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION                        
    Local DAR chapter to begin fourth year  4/15/76 p.41
    Candidate for outstanding junior member  12/30/76 p.25
 
DAVIS, DREW                                                 
    Managing editor named for Barrington Press  7/1/76 p.49
 
DAY CARE CENTERS                                            
    "Winkie Bear" now a child care center  9/23/76 p.82
 
DEATHS                                                      
    Elsie Hoffman dies at age 100  12/30/76 p.7
 
DEER GROVE                                                  
    Deer Grove fish kill planned  8/12/76 p.3
    Deer Grove fish kill postponed  9/16/76 p.18
 
DEER PARK, ILL.                                             
    Deer Park looking to uneventful year  1/1/76 p.10
    Deer Park supports Route 53 extension  2/19/76 p.14
    Alice Grogan resigns as Deer Park trustee  3/18/76 p.16
    Forest Lake girl raped in Deer Park  4/22/76 p.3
    Kiech rejoins Deer Park board  4/22/76 p.13
    Firm will plant 80 new trees  5/13/76 p.14
    Ok treatment plant concept for project  5/20/76 p.14
    Deer Park approves Oak Ridge proposal  6/24/76 p.20
    Zurich fire district tax vote is Saturday  6/24/76 p.3
    Fire district ambulance tax approved  7/1/76 p.11
    Regional law plan "go" for second year  7/15/76 p.3
    Speed bumps to slow leadfoots  7/22/76 p.4
    Drinking teens, speeding autos rile Deer Park homeowners 
        8/19/76 p.16
    Photographic "spa" to be investigated  8/19/76 p.18
    Deer Park rescinds Hidden Oaks okay  9/23/76 p.16
    Deer Park residents favor utilities study  11/25/76 p.12
 
DELTA AMBULANCE SERVICE                                     
    MIC certification for Delta Ambulance  7/8/76 p.4
 
DEMUTH, KEN                                                 
    Drafting award to BHS senior  5/13/76 p.6
 
DEVERS, SANDRA                                              
    Boot camp was no powder puff  12/23/76 p.22
 
DEVINS, PAM                                                 
    Seeks upgrading of girls' sports program  1/22/76 p.8
 
DIERINGER, HENRY                                            
    Supreme Court post sought by Dieringer  2/26/76 p.57
    Dieringer earns Masonic award  10/14/76 p.86
 
DIETZ, MARY                                                 
    International friendship  8/26/76 p.12
 
DIMUCCI HOME BUILDERS                                       
    New DiMucci plan for LaBuy estate  3/11/76 p.14
    DiMucci hearing scheduled May 14  4/29/76 p.3
    DiMucci hearing Friday  5/13/76 p.9
    Firm will plant 80 new trees  5/13/76 p.14
    Capsule summary of DiMucci project  5/20/76 p.7
    Use of corner acreage concerns lawyers  5/20/76 p.6
    "Serious problems" with DiMucci proposal  6/10/76 p.4
    BACOG urges denial of DiMucci plan  6/24/76 p.5
    DiMucci plan recommendation due August 4  7/24/76 p.4
    Village opposes DiMucci  7/1/76 p.9
    DiMucci decision is due Wednesday  7/29/76 p.10
    DiMucci decision postponed by ZBA  8/5/76 p.4
    DiMucci decision postponed again  9/2/76 p.10
    DiMucci decision is due Wednesday  10/14/76 p.12
    Developer contribution law in holding pattern  11/4/76 p.14
    DiMucci withdraws LaBuy project petition  11/25/76 p.5
 
DISASTER RELIEF                                             
    Are we ready for a disaster?  8/5/76 p.5
 
DONNELLY, BRUCE                                             
    Wins award  7/1/76 p.39
    Donnelly wins $1000 for "reform" essay  7/8/76 p.17
 
DONOVAN, ROBERT W., DR.                                     
    TV, comics help brace for braces  12/16/76 p.25
 
DOWLING, ANNABELLE                                          
    Mrs. Dowling won't rejoin village staff  2/26/76 p.3
 
DOWNS, CHRISTINE                                            
    Chris Downs wins merit scholarship  4/29/76 p.7
 
DRAPER, L.F.                                                
    County makes offer for Draper property  8/5/76 p.3
    Draper, county agree on price  9/23/76 p.3
 
DROVER, DOUG                                                
    Danner's Clothiers; Doug Drover, John Kolkmeyer, and Gary
        Biertz, owners  10/28/76 p.74
 
DRUGS                                                       
    Drug use concerns police chief Aldrich  5/6/76 p.87
    Raid nets pot on Stone estate  9/9/76 p.4
 
DRUGS AND YOUTH                                             
    Police nab 4 teens in major drug bust  10/14/76 p.7
 
DUDA, FRANK J., DR.                                         
    Bicycle rider fulfills pledge  7/22/76 p.56
    Doctor will peddle [sic] miles to fight cystic fibrosis 
        7/22/76 p.28
 
DULLIAN, EDWARD D.                                          
    Police arrest two in weekend melee  7/22/76 p.6
 
DULLIAN, EDWARD J.                                          
    Police arrest two in weekend melee  7/22/76 p.6
 
DUNDEE HIGH SCHOOL SCOTS                                    
    Award-winning Scots to be here July 5  7/1/76 p.6
 
DUVAL, FRANCES                                              
    Fran Duval seriously hurt  4/29/76 p.70
 
E & M TV                                                    
    E & M TV; Ed Szakonyi, owner  10/7/76 p.25
 
EDUCATION                                                   
    New owners, directors for Montessori school  9/16/76 p.68
 
ELA TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY                             
    Ela historians plan first meeting  8/26/76 p.44
 
ELECTIONS                                                   
    Cummings throws hat in congressional ring  1/8/76 p.3
    Friedland to seek 5th term in House  1/8/76 p.18
    Waddell to campaign for 5th House term  1/8/76 p.27
    Pederson drops out of primary  1/22/76 p.6
    Graham vote record criticized by Ayers  2/5/76 p.14
    Barrington GOP endorses Graham team  2/19/76 p.4
    Candidate Stanley raps "fiscal mismanagement"  3/4/76 p.65
    Mugalian candidate for 3rd House term  3/4/76 p.16
    Walter campaigning for seat in House  3/4/76 p.18
    Graham campaigns for 5th Senate term  3/11/76 p.22
    Primary vote Tuesday  3/11/76 p.5
    Cummings in upset; Graham victorious  3/18/76 p.5
    Unofficial returns  3/18/76 p.9
    Grass roots effort key to Stanley win  3/25/76 p.8
    Low-key campaign wins it for Cummings  3/25/76 p.8
    Howlett slated to speak here  4/29/76 p.4
    Democratic delegate looks for party unity  7/15/76 p.16
    Six named to Crane committee  7/15/76 p.51
    Dem delegate seeks respite from hoopla  7/22/76 p.8
    New committeeman maps plan of action  7/29/76 p.12
    Republicans cautiously optimistic about fall  7/29/76 p.8
    Writer trades pen for legislative post  8/12/76 p.16
    Named coordinator for Berning re-election  8/26/76 p.32
    Rothman to vie for Senate post  8/26/76 p.15
    GOP headquarters set; area blitz this weekend  9/9/76 p.9
    Legislative luncheon Tuesday at the Barn  9/16/76 p.14
    Rothman names campaign head  9/16/76 p.40
    Election judges needed before general election  9/23/76 p.49
    IFT endorses 4 candidates  10/7/76 p.12
    U.S. attorney asked to investigate Crane  10/7/76 p.12
    McClory optimistic about fall  10/14/76 p.84
    Voss won't run for re-election  10/14/76 p.3
    Election '76 [candidate profiles]  10/28/76 p.49
    GOP, Dems predicting victory  10/28/76 p.5
    Judges' qualifications measured by lawyers  10/28/76 p.90
    New voting booth goes computerized  10/28/76 p.16
    Sheriff's police vote on Tuesday ballot  10/28/76 p.6
    Record 86% turnout in Barrington Township  11/4/76 p.6
    Anderson in trouble with Cuba, Lake GOP  11/11/76 p.6
    Area election officials endorse new votomatic  11/11/76 p.83
    Lake sheriff regrets referendum defeat  11/11/76 p.15
    November 2 election costly for Hamelberg, too  11/11/76 p.12
    Voter "independence" noted in Cuba Township  11/11/76 p.14
    Municipal elections around the corner  12/2/76 p.12
    Democrats to run slates in four elections  12/23/76 p.5
    Pierson first mayoral candidate  12/30/76 p.5
 
EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS                             
    Rural identification system is supported  2/26/76 p.16
    911 setback  12/30/76 p.7
 
ENGEL, VOLKER                                               
    Engel, Thompson get administrative posts  8/19/76 p.12
 
ENOCKSON, AMY                                               
    Amy wins bout with death  11/25/76 p.5
 
ERSKINE, ELEANOR                                            
    Barrington juniors earn art scholarships  10/7/76 p.80
 
EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH                                     
    Community Church oldest in the village  7/1/76 p.20
 
EVANS, EVAN                                                 
    Evans picked for spot on health panel  8/26/76 p.20
 
EVERGREEN CEMETERY                                          
    Arrest Lake in the Hills man in cemetery burglaries 
        11/25/76 p.11
 
FAIRHAVEN ESTATES (SUBDIVISION)                             
    Fairhaven homeowners oppose neighborhood recommendation 
        4/15/76 p.10
    Teen beer drinking concerns park board  7/15/76 p.64
 
FAMILY SERVICE OF SOUTH LAKE COUNTY                         
    Specialist joins staff of Family Service  10/28/76 p.28
 
FANTASIA PHOTO SPA                                          
    Police charge two in raid at photo spa  8/26/76 p.3
 
FARELLA (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                           
    Farella development opposed by BACOG  7/8/76 p.18
    Farella development opposed by BACOG  7/8/76 p.18
    Farella hearing to resume  7/29/76 p.9
    Lake County Zoning Board of Appeals rejects Farella plan 
        9/2/76 p.19
    Lake County Zoning Board of Appeals rejects Farella plan 
        9/2/76 p.19
 
FENCIK, GARY                                                
    Fencik hopes for impressive showing  1/1/76 p.33
    Fencik drafted by Miami  4/15/76 p.53
    Injury dims Fencik's shot at Dolphin job  8/19/76 p.65
    Fencik still with Miami  8/26/76 p.71
    Breaks evening out: Fencik now a Bear  9/23/76 p.61
    Mr. Fencik "Bears" down  12/16/76 p.7
 
FINK, ED                                                    
    Authors new gardening book for children  1/15/76 p.13
 
FINN, ROBERT W.                                             
    Finn ends 19-year post office career  1/1/76 p.12
 
FIRES                                                       
    Arson…  10/21/76 p.4
    Blaze destroys three paramedic vehicles  12/30/76 p.6
 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF BARRINGTON         
    Appointed to bank board  4/8/76 p.48
    First National's assets reach $100 million mark  5/20/76
        p.22
 
FLINT LAKE (SUBDIVISION)                                    
    Child safety big concern of parents  5/20/76 p.19
 
FORREST, NELSON                                             
    Residents ready to sue  5/13/76 p.69
    Forrest doesn't sign septic field resolution  12/16/76 p.16
 
FORSBERG, THEODORE J.                                       
    New committeeman maps plan of action  7/29/76 p.12
 
FOX RIVER                                                   
    "Filthy Fox" a target of clean water drive  10/7/76 p.15
    Lake Zurich polluting Fox River -- Scott  11/18/76 p.16
 
FOX RIVER GROVE, ILL.                                       
    Hemphill hearings will start March 11 in Fox River Grove 
        2/12/76 p.5
    Barrington Hills opposes Hemphill proposal  2/26/76 p.14
    Hemphill meet tonight  3/11/76 p.14
    Hemphill hearing to resume March 24  3/18/76 p.15
    Proposed Hemphill project will effect [sic] area roads,
        says expert  4/1/76 p.20
    Hemphill hearings continue  4/22/76 p.15
    Hemphill proposal to plan commission  6/3/76 p.18
    Hemphill conditions listed by commission  6/17/76 p.10
    Hemphill referendum requested  6/17/76 p.18
    Hearing tonight for Hemphill  7/1/76 p.11
    Hemphill hearing called on technicality  7/8/76 p.15
    Hemphill referendum planned September 14  7/15/76 p.78
    Hemphill foes' petition to make approval tougher  7/29/76
        p.14
    Route 14 inadequate for Hemphill traffic, says civil
        engineer  8/12/76 p.14
    Fox River boat crash injures two  8/26/76 p.74
    Fox River Grove to lose insurance on commuter lots  8/26/76
        p.41
    Hemphill hearing to continue Monday  8/26/76 p.8
    Hemphill may cause flooding: engineer  9/2/76 p.12
    Marathon Hemphill meeting is September 18  9/2/76 p.12
    Hemphill vote Tuesday in Fox River Grove  9/9/76 p.9
    Hemphill hearing set  9/16/76 p.12
    Hemphill to benefit Fox River Grove: study  9/23/76 p.17
    Commission asks Hemphill approval  10/14/76 p.16
    Hemphill negotiations down to brass tacks  11/4/76 p.15
    New Hemphill plan "workable" 551 units  11/25/76 p.12
    Hemphill donations would hit $2 million  12/9/76 p.16
    Recommendations too strict, Hemphill  12/9/76 p.100
    Final Hemphill plan: 551 units  12/16/76 p.17
    Hemphill proposal gets initial approval  12/23/76 p.12
 
FOX VALLEY MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION                        
    Elected director  6/3/76 p.43
 
FOX, JULIA ANN                                              
    Woman's club scholarship to Julia Fox  5/13/76 p.17
 
FRANK, EDWIN                                                
    U.S. attorney asked to investigate Crane  10/7/76 p.12
 
FRECHE, GERRY                                               
    On state chamber  9/23/76 p.52
 
FREDRIKSEN, GARY A.                                         
    Arrest two teens in gas station robbery  12/16/76 p.15
 
FRIEDL, WILLIAM                                             
    Police promotions for Friedl, Wallisch  1/1/76 p.7
 
FRIEDLAND, JOHN                                             
    Friedland to seek 5th term in House  1/8/76 p.18
 
FRYE, WAYNE T.                                              
    Two persons injured in head-on collision  9/16/76 p.7
 
FUN FAIR                                                    
    Junior League will co-sponsor fun fair  6/10/76 p.65
 
GARNETT, BLANTON                                            
    Have leads in Carousel  10/28/76 p.19
 
GARSTKA, JANET                                              
    Local women make news  8/12/76 p.40
 
GEHLER, DAVE                                                
    Voice of the state wrestling tourney  3/4/76 p.12
 
GENGLER, LYNDA                                              
    Short cuts, crew cuts part of Lynda's style  12/2/76 p.34
 
GIANGROSSI, DONALD                                          
    Two die in crash  1/1/76 p.7
    Create fund for victim of accident  2/19/76 p.3
 
GILLY, DANIEL L.                                            
    Gillys will celebrate 60 years of marriage  11/11/76 p.35
 
GILLY, MARY E.                                              
    Gillys will celebrate 60 years of marriage  11/11/76 p.35
 
GIRL SCOUTS                                                 
    Pamaho volunteers honored at luncheon  5/27/76 p.69
    Girl Scouts camp during Pokonokah sessions  8/26/76 p.40
    Pamaho Neighborhood Day Camp 1976  8/26/76 p.5
    Pamaho neighborhood honors adult volunteers  12/16/76 p.66
 
GLEASON, WILLIAM                                            
    Judge Gleason won't hear Mertens case  10/7/76 p.7
 
GOEBBERT, LUANNE                                            
    Barrington 4-Hers are state champions  5/13/76 p.28
    Two local 4-Hers win state honors  6/17/76 p.39
    Barrington teens win 4-H honors  11/18/76 p.64
    Barrington girl wins national 4-H contest  12/2/76 p.32
 
GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL                                      
    Walker shuns hospital case  1/1/76 p.3
    State continues Good Shepherd hearing  1/15/76 p.3
    Next hospital meeting February 11  1/29/76 p.8
    Committee members get BACOG position paper  2/12/76 p.18
    Hospital area may exclude four villages  3/4/76 p.3
    Hospital case goes to NIPC  3/18/76 p.7
    Good Shepherd to be 170 beds?  3/25/76 p.3
    Committee questions NIPC figures, but…  4/1/76 p.22
    Will EHA amend its petition?  4/1/76 p.5
    Early May date probably for hospital  4/8/76 p.15
    Decrease in building costs may help GSH  4/15/76 p.12
    Sittler suggests 166-bed hospital  4/22/76 p.3
    Office space for doctors part of new hospital plan  4/29/76
        p.13
    Good Shepherd action tomorrow  5/6/76 p.12
    Hospital gets tentative okay  5/13/76 p.3
    Residents ready to sue  5/13/76 p.69
    Board will see modified plans Friday  5/20/76 p.14
    Good Shepherd gets final okay  5/27/76 p.3
    Hospital changes "big day"  7/8/76 p.15
    Drive begins to recruit physicians here  8/5/76 p.8
    Construction bids asked for hospital  8/19/76 p.14
    Hospital ground breaking schedule set  9/16/76 p.4
    Hosptital ground breaking this Sunday at 1 p.m.  9/23/76
        p.10
    Hospital gets $250,000 gift from auxiliary  10/7/76 p.17
    Hospital construction underway this week  11/4/76 p.12
    Council set to lead hospital fund drive  11/18/76 p.7
 
GORR, JANE                                                  
    Barrington Fashion Exchange; Mary Ann Sullivan and Jane
        Gorr, owners  12/16/76 p.62
 
GORWITZ, B.K., GEN.                                         
    Admiral, general guests of Methodist Church  10/14/76 p.12
 
GOTH, ANNA                                                  
    Share 50th celebration with sister and brother  7/1/76 p.42
 
GOTH, JOSEPH                                                
    Share 50th celebration with sister and brother  7/1/76 p.42
 
GRAHAM, JOHN A.                                             
    Graham vote record criticized by Ayers  2/5/76 p.14
    Barrington GOP endorses Graham team  2/19/76 p.4
    Graham campaigns for 5th Senate term  3/11/76 p.22
    Cummings in upset; Graham victorious  3/18/76 p.5
    Graham proposes amendments to ease burden of workmen's
        compensation bills  4/29/76 p.4
    Senator Graham is hospitalized again  6/17/76 p.12
    Graham raps Democrats on school action  7/15/76 p.78
    Chamber's champion  10/7/76 p.7
 
GRAHAM, STEVE                                               
    Graham nabs two suspects in arson  6/3/76 p.7
    Barrington policemen get national awards  7/15/76 p.12
 
GRANT MOTOR SALES CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH                         
    Grant Motor Sales Chrysler Plymouth; Jerry Laine and Les
        Homuth, owners  4/22/76 p.41
 
GREEN OAKS NURSING HOME                                     
    New nursing home hearing is required  4/8/76 p.3
    Nursing home plan gets final approval  6/17/76 p.3
 
GREENDEER, NIYOKA                                           
    Love is the word  10/14/76 p.5
 
GROGAN, ALICE                                               
    Alice Grogan resigns as Deer Park trustee  3/18/76 p.16
 
GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL                                         
    Youth trips alarm, is caught in school  4/22/76 p.7
    Grove Avenue principal going to Hickory Hill  8/5/76 p.7
    Vlasak named principal at Grove Avenue school  9/2/76 p.14
 
GRZECZKA, CHESTER                                           
    Grzeczka is appointed new building inspector  11/18/76 p.18
 
GUERRA, CAROLYN                                             
    Student will show off art efforts Sunday  7/22/76 p.42
 
GUNDERSON, KENNETH                                          
    Two Barrington High School students electrocuted in
        Carpentersville  12/2/76 p.16
 
GUTH, THOMAS E.                                             
    Police charge two in raid at photo spa  8/26/76 p.3
 
HAIRDRESSING                                                
    Short cuts, crew cuts part of Lynda's style  12/2/76 p.34
 
HALLBERG, GARY                                              
    Open qualifier  6/10/76 p.6
    Hallberg tees it up today in U.S. Open  6/17/76 p.65
    Hallberg's Open bid ends in second round  6/24/76 p.69
    Hallberg wins Western Junior golf title with late charge 
        7/22/76 p.53
    Hallberg clips pro in Radix Cup matches  8/26/76 p.71
 
HALLETT, DOROTHY                                            
    Pamaho neighborhood honors adult volunteers  12/16/76 p.66
 
HALLETT, SEARS                                              
    Everything is quiet in District 220  4/8/76 p.3
    Write-in campaign fails in District 220  4/15/76 p.14
 
HAMELBERG, RON                                              
    Township GOP reins to Hamelberg  8/26/76 p.16
    November 2 election costly for Hamelberg, too  11/11/76 p.12
 
HAMILTON, NATHANIEL C.                                      
    Nat Hamilton dies in Africa  11/18/76 p.14
 
HAMMER, JOSEPH                                              
    Hammer resigns in North Barrington  3/25/76 p.20
 
HANDICAPPED                                                 
    Barrington situation prompts introduction of new bill in
        House  6/17/76 p.41
    "Wauconda Wheels" opens up his world  9/9/76 p.16
    Countryside Center gains new exercise equipment  11/25/76
        p.42
 
HANDICAPPED YOUTH                                           
    Participation is holiday key at Little City  11/25/76 p.21
 
HANS, FREDA                                                 
    Named coordinator for Berning re-election  8/26/76 p.32
 
HANSEN, BARBARA                                             
    Will elect Hansen new BACOG head  6/24/76 p.3
    Hansen is elected chairman of BACOG  7/1/76 p.4
 
HANSEN, CARL R.                                             
    Abolition of assessment system a must: Hansen  11/18/76 p.25
 
HARDY, RUSS                                                 
    Youthful aeronaut looks to the future  1/8/76 p.17
 
HARPER COLLEGE                                              
    Three seek two Harper board seats  4/8/76 p.13
    Incumbents win posts in District 512  4/15/76 p.67
    Harper receives American Can gift  5/6/76 p.66
    900 graduate from Harper  6/3/76 p.23
    Harper rated "A" in business  7/29/76 p.28
    Harper's Lahti admits, defends actions to college committee
        7/29/76 p.19
    Job training program is offered at Harper  8/19/76 p.40
    Mini concert series planned at Harper  8/19/76 p.41
    Harper gets $10,000 gift  8/26/76 p.26
    Community development workshop offered in fall  9/2/76 p.52
    Harper board, Lahti cleared by committee  9/16/76 p.80
    Investigation clears Lahti, Harper board  10/7/76 p.18
    Physical fitness center to be reality at Harper  11/4/76
        p.33
    Rape myths exploded at Harper seminar  11/4/76 p.21
    Campus competition open to Harper students  12/9/76 p.43
    Harper elects new trustees  12/9/76 p.33
    He caters to the stars  12/16/76 p.12
    Munson, board clash on new campus plans  12/16/76 p.18
 
HART, AUGUSTIN S., JR.                                      
    Quaker Oats appoints new senior executives  9/23/76 p.54
 
HAWTHORNE, HELEN                                            
    Hawthorne's closing its doors Saturday  8/12/76 p.12
 
HAWTHORNE'S BOOK AND CHOWDER SHOP                           
    Hawthorne's closing its doors Saturday  8/12/76 p.12
 
HAYWARD, THOMAS Z., JR.                                     
    Hayward new president of alumni association  6/3/76 p.54
 
HEALTH SYSTEMS AGENCY                                       
    Community groups may earn health plan status  6/3/76 p.45
    Citizens urged to attend health systems meeting  8/5/76 p.18
 
HEFFERNAN, ROGER                                            
    Suicide suspected in death of man, 22  9/2/76 p.7
 
HELM, OPEL                                                  
    Few care now  12/2/76 p.10
 
HEMMINGSON, RON                                             
    "Amber light told us when we had a call"  6/10/76 p.10
 
HEMPHILL (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                          
    Development conflicts with BACOG plan  2/12/76 p.5
    Hemphill hearings will start March 11 in Fox River Grove 
        2/12/76 p.5
    Barrington Hills opposes Hemphill proposal  2/26/76 p.14
    BACOG opposes Hemphill  3/4/76 p.9
    Hemphill meet tonight  3/11/76 p.14
    Hemphill hearing to resume March 24  3/18/76 p.15
    Proposed Hemphill project will effect [sic] area roads,
        says expert  4/1/76 p.20
    Hemphill hearings continue  4/22/76 p.15
    Hemphill proposal to plan commission  6/3/76 p.18
    Hemphill conditions listed by commission  6/17/76 p.10
    Hemphill referendum requested  6/17/76 p.18
    Hearing tonight for Hemphill  7/1/76 p.11
    Hemphill hearing called on technicality  7/8/76 p.15
    Hemphill referendum planned September 14  7/15/76 p.78
    Hemphill foes' petition to make approval tougher  7/29/76
        p.14
    Route 14 inadequate for Hemphill traffic, says civil
        engineer  8/12/76 p.14
    Hemphill hearing to continue Monday  8/26/76 p.8
    Hemphill may cause flooding: engineer  9/2/76 p.12
    Marathon Hemphill meeting is September 18  9/2/76 p.12
    Hemphill vote Tuesday in Fox River Grove  9/9/76 p.9
    Hemphill hearing set  9/16/76 p.12
    Hemphill to benefit Fox River Grove: study  9/23/76 p.17
    Commission asks Hemphill approval  10/14/76 p.16
    Developer contribution law in holding pattern  11/4/76 p.14
    Hemphill negotiations down to brass tacks  11/4/76 p.15
    New Hemphill plan "workable" 551 units  11/25/76 p.12
    Hemphill donations would hit $2 million  12/9/76 p.16
    Recommendations too strict, Hemphill  12/9/76 p.100
    Final Hemphill plan: 551 units  12/16/76 p.17
    Hemphill proposal gets initial approval  12/23/76 p.12
 
HIDDEN OAKS (SUBDIVISION)                                   
    Deer Park rescinds Hidden Oaks okay  9/23/76 p.16
 
HILL, KERRY LEE                                             
    Kerry Hill reaches for one more goal  6/17/76 p.12
    Kerry Lee Hill is Miss Barrington  6/17/76 p.5
 
HILLCREST ACRES (SUBDIVISION)                               
    Child safety big concern of parents  5/20/76 p.19
 
HODGMAN, KATHLEEN A.                                        
    Village doctors keep it "all in the family"  1/29/76 p.63
    Local physicians named diplomats by ABFP  3/25/76 p.49
 
HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL.                                       
    Freeman Road plan includes 355 units  8/12/76 p.5
 
HOFFMAN, ELSIE L.                                           
    Elsie Hoffman dies at age 100  12/30/76 p.7
 
HOLLENSTEINER, LISA                                         
    Named County 4-H Queen  8/5/76 p.36
 
HOLLENSTEINER, WANDA                                        
    Local women make news  8/12/76 p.40
 
HOME HEALTH CARE SERVICE OF SUBURBAN CHICAGO NORTHWEST, INC.
    In-house health care provided by new agency  11/18/76 p.24
 
HOMUTH, LES                                                 
    Grant Motor Sales Chrysler Plymouth; Jerry Laine and Les
        Homuth, owners  4/22/76 p.41
 
HONQUEST, RICHARD                                           
    Richard Honquest of Barrington; Richard Honquest, owner 
        8/12/76 p.54
 
HORSES                                                      
    Bit and Bridle Club '76 show  6/3/76 p.72
    Bit and Bridle stages first show  7/22/76 p.56
    Crowd of 600 at Plum Tree Road Gymkana  7/22/76 p.51
    Horsing around at Auburn Farm  8/5/76 p.43
    Society nags horse abusers; Maltreatment targeted  11/18/76
        p.23
    Tips prompt investigations; Some tell too late  11/18/76
        p.23
 
HOUGH STREET SCHOOL                                         
    Teacher transfers irk Hough parents  6/17/76 p.16
    The forecast: smiling kids  10/21/76 p.8
 
HOUSING                                                     
    Housing chapter isn't feasible: Withrow  3/4/76 p.4
    Commission does about face on neighborhood suggestions 
        3/25/78 p.10
    Housing ball bounces back to BACOG  3/25/76 p.4
    Barrington Hills Village board approval of plan doesn't
        count  4/1/76 p.16
    Barrington should provide 113 moderate income units by
        1980: plan commission  4/15/76 p.4
    Seniors' housing survey underway  6/10/76 p.15
    Housing authority takes rent subsidy applications  7/22/76
        p.6
    Housing chapter gets partial village okay  8/19/76 p.8
    Seniors' housing program to be developed  8/26/76 p.3
    Eyes campground for seniors' housing  11/11/76 p.5
    Rental help available to seniors, families  11/11/76 p.16
    Get housing act together, NIPC tells village  11/25/76 p.13
 
HOWLETT, MICHAEL                                            
    Howlett slated to speak here  4/29/76 p.4
 
HUDEK, MARTHA                                               
    She mothers goose goslings  12/16/76 p.61
 
HUGERY, ERNA                                                
    Head-on collision injures 5 persons  6/17/76 p.7
 
HUGERY, JOHN                                                
    Head-on collision injures 5 persons  6/17/76 p.7
 
HUGERY, JOSEPH                                              
    Head-on collision injures 5 persons  6/17/76 p.7
 
HUGERY, MARIE                                               
    Head-on collision injures 5 persons  6/17/76 p.7
 
HULL, ROBERT P.                                             
    Barrington physician dies in 2-car crash  3/11/76 p.9
 
HURLBUT, OLIVE                                              
    High school students went on strike in '07  7/1/76 p.12
 
HUSZAGH, MRS. D.W.                                          
    Developers looking at Huszagh acreage  3/18/76 p.5
 
ICE HOUSE                                                   
    Ice house recycling project is completed  10/28/76 p.14
 
IDE, JAY                                                    
    Hijack ordeal  9/16/76 p.3
 
ILLINOIS FEDERATION OF TEACHERS                             
    IFT endorses 4 candidates  10/7/76 p.12
 
ILLINOIS HOOVED ANIMAL HUMANE SOCIETY                       
    Society nags horse abusers; Maltreatment targeted  11/18/76
        p.23
    Tips prompt investigations; Some tell too late  11/18/76
        p.23
 
IMMENGA, BERYL                                              
    Perille in legal jeopardy?  3/25/76 p.17
 
INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA                                    
    Love is the word  10/14/76 p.5
 
INVERNESS, ILL.                                             
    BACOG absentee Puzey will be back  2/12/76 p.3
    Home invasion try occurs in Inverness  4/29/76 p.7
    Regional law plan "go" for second year  7/15/76 p.3
    Quality of life tied to village expansion  9/23/76 p.20
    Inverness play house builder sees red (tag)  10/21/76 p.14
    Inverness PUD gets new life  10/21/76 p.17
    Inverness adds 3rd storm siren  12/16/76 p.17
 
ITO, TAKESHI                                                
    International friendship  8/26/76 p.12
 
JACOBS, CLAIRE                                              
    Rezoning sought for psychiatric care unit  5/13/76 p.10
 
JACOBS, JOHN M.                                             
    Five vie for 3 library seats  4/8/76 p.5
    Altemara, Roos, Jacobs win library board seats  4/15/76 p.14
    Rezoning sought for psychiatric care unit  5/13/76 p.10
 
JEWEL COMPANIES. INC.                                       
    Jewel presidency to Betty McFadden  4/8/76 p.48
    New proposal  4/15/76 p.7
    Project is proposed north of Jewel plant  4/15/76 p.3
 
JEWEL FOOD STORE                                            
    New consumer service center at Jewel  10/7/76 p.26
    Employee's curiosity saves Jewel $14,000  12/9/76 p.6
 
JOHNSON, PHILIP                                             
    Return reunion brings Swedish smiles  8/12/76 p.40
 
JOHNSON, RALPH                                              
    Johnson is elected GOP chief  9/2/76 p.15
 
JONES, WIN                                                  
    Art institute associates slate Win Jones lecture  9/9/76
        p.43
 
JUNIOR LEAGUE OF CHICAGO                                    
    Junior League will co-sponsor fun fair  6/10/76 p.65
    Junior League to hear Peking Man speaker  11/11/76 p.35
 
KEANE, JOHN G. "JACK"                                       
    Keane assumes presidency of marketing association  7/22/76
        p.48
 
KEIL, PAULETTE L.                                           
    Her jewelry in festival  5/20/76 p.24
 
KELLEHER, JACK                                              
    He caters to the stars  12/16/76 p.12
 
KELLER, JOSEPH                                              
    Fox River boat crash injures two  8/26/76 p.74
 
KENNEDY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                                
    County condemns Kennedy property  7/8/76 p.3
    Lake County okays Kennedy purchase  7/15/76 p.18
 
KENNEY, MARK R.                                             
    Two seriously hurt  6/10/76 p.14
 
KESSLER, CHARLES W.                                         
    Crash kills one  4/1/76 p.9
    Recruiting trip here ends in tragedy  4/8/76 p.8
 
KIECH, TED                                                  
    Alice Grogan resigns as Deer Park trustee  3/18/76 p.16
    Kiech rejoins Deer Park board  4/22/76 p.13
 
KIECKHEFER, ROBERT                                          
    Barrington Hills man dies in canoe mishap  9/9/76 p.9
 
KISSANE, BARBARA A.                                         
    Two seriously hurt  6/10/76 p.14
 
KLEIN, BECKY                                                
    Rebecca; Becky Klein, owner  6/10/76 p.54
 
KLEIN, DON                                                  
    Fine Arts Council?  We need one: Klein  3/25/76 p.16
    Arts inventory first step for new council  4/22/76 p.14
 
KLEMM, EDWARD                                               
    25th anniversary  5/27/76 p.68
 
KLINGENBERG, WILLIAM H.                                     
    Bill Klingenberg: One man, many men  7/8/76 p.10
 
KOLKMEYER, JOHN                                             
    Danner's Clothiers; Doug Drover, John Kolkmeyer, and Gary
        Biertz, owners  10/28/76 p.74
 
KOUROS, DAWN                                                
    A bicentennial artist  10/7/76 p.26
 
KRAUSE, BARBARA                                             
    Two die in crash  1/1/76 p.7
    Create fund for victim of accident  2/19/76 p.3
 
LA LECHE LEAGUE                                             
    She leads way to "total motherhood"  11/25/76 p.29
 
LA MAGDELEINE, E.J. "CHIC"                                  
    Lake sheriff regrets referendum defeat  11/11/76 p.15
 
LA ROCQUE, GENE, ADMIRAL                                    
    Admiral, general guests of Methodist Church  10/14/76 p.12
 
LABUY ESTATE (SUBDIVISION)                                  
    DiMucci hearing scheduled May 14  4/29/76 p.3
    DiMucci hearing Friday  5/13/76 p.9
    Capsule summary of DiMucci project  5/20/76 p.7
    Use of corner acreage concerns lawyers  5/20/76 p.6
    "Serious problems" with DiMucci proposal  6/10/76 p.4
    BACOG urges denial of DiMucci plan  6/24/76 p.5
    DiMucci plan recommendation due August 4  7/24/76 p.4
    Village opposes DiMucci  7/1/76 p.9
    DiMucci decision postponed again  9/2/76 p.10
    DiMucci decision is due Wednesday  10/14/76 p.12
    DiMucci withdraws LaBuy project petition  11/25/76 p.5
 
LACY, DICK                                                  
    Top honors to Lacy  4/15/76 p.49
 
LAFLEUR, LEO                                                
    Business a sleeping giant: Rep. LaFleur  9/23/76 p.8
 
LAHTI, ROBERT                                               
    Harper's Lahti admits, defends actions to college committee
        7/29/76 p.19
    Harper board, Lahti cleared by committee  9/16/76 p.80
    Investigation clears Lahti, Harper board  10/7/76 p.18
 
LAINE, JERRY                                                
    Grant Motor Sales Chrysler Plymouth; Jerry Laine and Les
        Homuth, owners  4/22/76 p.41
 
LAKE BARRINGTON INDUSTRIAL PARK                             
    Chamber launches drive for members  3/18/76 p.16
 
LAKE BARRINGTON SHORES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)            
    Mark recreation center opening  1/29/76 p.60
    New model garden homes open at Lake Barrington Shores 
        4/29/76 p.32
    LB Shores entered in Design 76  8/19/76 p.62
    Show homes by boat  10/7/76 p.57
    Awarded five design citations  10/14/76 p.63
    Bike path construction begins at Lake Barrington  11/4/76
        p.84
    Instant lawns at Lake Barrington Shores  11/4/76 p.39
 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                                       
    Communities face MIC cash deadline  7/29/76 p.9
    No decision on area MIC fees  8/5/76 p.12
 
LAKE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    County proceeds with Cuba Marsh talks  4/1/76 p.9
    Negotiations with Kennedy continuing  6/3/76 p.13
    County condemns Kennedy property  7/8/76 p.3
    Lake County okays Kennedy purchase  7/15/76 p.18
    County makes offer for Draper property  8/5/76 p.3
    Draper, county agree on price  9/23/76 p.3
    County buys more marsh  10/28/76 p.18
 
LAKE COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY                               
    Rental help available to seniors, families  11/11/76 p.16
 
LAKE COUNTY LABOR COALITION                                 
    Area labor unions form Lake County coalition  9/23/76 p.49
 
LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Home rule, museum on Tuesday's ballot  3/11/76 p.10
 
LAKE ZURICH RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT                  
    Zurich fire district tax vote is Saturday  6/24/76 p.3
    Fire district ambulance tax approved  7/1/76 p.11
 
LAKE ZURICH, ILL.                                           
    Wastewater grant needed, Maiben says  7/22/76 p.15
    No decision on area MIC fees  8/5/76 p.12
    Lake Zurich polluting Fox River -- Scott  11/18/76 p.16
    Blaze destroys three paramedic vehicles  12/30/76 p.6
 
LAKEWOODS INDUSTRIES                                        
    Freeman Road plan includes 355 units  8/12/76 p.5
 
LAND USE                                                    
    Perille criticizes land use proposals  8/19/76 p.10
    Committee won't seek injunction  12/9/76 p.20
 
LARRAIN, NANCY                                              
    "People" draw Nancy from radio to street  12/16/76 p.14
 
LATVIAN-AMERICANS                                           
    Freedom is Latvian minister's life work  7/22/76 p.5
 
LAW                                                         
    Supreme Court post sought by Dieringer  2/26/76 p.57
    Three lawsuits wait in wings  5/6/76 p.3
    Suburb youth court verdict in December?  9/2/76 p.14
 
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS                                      
    Gun control issue aired by League  2/12/76 p.26
    LWV asks enactment of handgun legislation  5/13/76 p.40
 
LEGEL, RICHARD                                              
    Two Barrington High School students electrocuted in
        Carpentersville  12/2/76 p.16
 
LEVERENCE, CLIFFORD E.                                      
    Rothman names campaign head  9/16/76 p.40
 
LINDBERG, GEORGE                                            
    November 2 election costly for Hamelberg, too  11/11/76 p.12
 
LINDEN, BRIAN                                               
    Youth's honesty pays off  12/9/76 p.5
 
LINES SCHOOL                                                
    Students find mother nature a good teacher  12/9/76 p.19
 
LIPOFSKY, HAROLD                                            
    Trustees gun down grant application  1/29/76 p.14
    Lipofsky's: 80 years old and still growing  7/1/76 p.14
    Lipofsky raps "deplorable" state road work  10/14/76 p.19
    Association "open" to Lipofsky proposal  11/18/76 p.7
 
LITTLE CITY (YOUTH HOME)                                    
    Participation is holiday key at Little City  11/25/76 p.21
 
LITTLE WOMEN                                                
    Little Women; Evelyn Miller, owner  6/24/76 p.54
 
LOPEZ, JUANIO                                               
    Love is the word  10/14/76 p.5
 
LUCKE, EDWARD                                               
    Three lawsuits wait in wings  5/6/76 p.3
 
LUNGREN, CAROL                                              
    Head-on collision injures 5 persons  6/17/76 p.7
 
MABBS, LINDA                                                
    "Fate" steered her in a different direction  5/20/76 p/77
 
MACARTHUR, ALEXANDER                                        
    Board met illegally, says Hills' trustee  7/1/76 p.3
 
MADDOCK, STEVE                                              
    Democratic delegate looks for party unity  7/15/76 p.16
    Dem delegate seeks respite from hoopla  7/22/76 p.8
 
MADLOCK, BILL                                               
    NL batting champion hoping for encore  2/5/76 p.8
    Madlock, Cardenal to be here tonight  7/8/76 p.3
 
MAIBEN, DEAN                                                
    Commercial projects are needed: Maiben  1/8/76 p.5
    Perille, Maiben clash  2/12/76 p.3
    Perille wins agenda battle with Maiben  3/25/76 p.61
    Maiben rips trustee politics at meetings  10/14/76 p.10
 
MAITLAND, MARY                                              
    Maitland's Restaurant and Lounge; Max Maitland and Mary
        Maitland, owners  1/29/76 p.53
 
MAITLAND, MAX                                               
    Maitland's Restaurant and Lounge; Max Maitland and Mary
        Maitland, owners  1/29/76 p.53
 
MAITLAND'S RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE                            
    Maitland's Restaurant and Lounge; Max Maitland and Mary
        Maitland, owners  1/29/76 p.53
 
MANCUSO CADILLAC                                            
    Mancuso Cadillac; Rob Mancuso, owner  10/21/76 p.66
 
MANCUSO, ROB                                                
    Mancuso Cadillac; Rob Mancuso, owner  10/21/76 p.66
 
MARISIE, JIM                                                
    Scholarships won by four art students  5/6/76 p.15
 
MARRE, MARY                                                 
    Building inspector quits  10/7/76 p.10
 
MARRIAGE                                                    
    Love is the word  10/14/76 p.5
 
MARTENS, HAROLD                                             
    Martens re-elected fire chief  5/6/76 p.19
 
MASON, JOHN                                                 
    Mason to coordinate activities of BYS  7/15/76 p.10
 
MASON, KENNETH                                              
    Quaker Oats appoints new senior executives  9/23/76 p.54
 
MAYFIELD, MICHAEL                                           
    Raid nets pot on Stone estate  9/9/76 p.4
 
MCCARRY, MIKE                                               
    Writer trades pen for legislative post  8/12/76 p.16
 
MCCLORY, ROBERT                                             
    Writer trades pen for legislative post  8/12/76 p.16
    McClory optimistic about fall  10/14/76 p.84
    Rep. McClory receives award for responsibility  10/14/76
        p.37
 
MCDONAGH, BERNARD                                           
    Porch becomes studio for Irish artist  8/5/76 p.16
 
MCFADDEN, BETTY M.                                          
    Jewel presidency to Betty McFadden  4/8/76 p.48
 
MCHENRY COUNTY AREA CAREER CENTER                           
    Referendum needed to create center  8/26/76 p.49
 
MCINTOSH COMPANY                                            
    McIntosh to develop Cuba Road acreage  3/25/78 p.10
    McIntosh proposal gets commission nod  8/5/76 p.14
 
MCKINNEY, LUTHER C.                                         
    Quaker Oats appoints new senior executives  9/23/76 p.54
 
MCLAMORE, E.J.                                              
    Celebrate 50th wedding anniversary  11/25/76 p.30
 
MEDICAL CARE                                                
    Health planners meet  1/8/76 p.4
    Village doctors keep it "all in the family"  1/29/76 p.63
    "Bed need" meeting continued to Feb. 25  2/19/76 p.8
    Bed need verdict due March 26  3/11/76 p.17
    Swine flu vaccination center will be announced in August 
        7/15/76 p.19
    Citizens urged to attend health systems meeting  8/5/76 p.18
    Swine flu shot center decision in two weeks  9/2/76 p.10
    Volunteer nurses sought for swine flu program  9/9/76 p.13
    Swine flu shots will be given October 15, 23  10/14/76 p.4
    Flu fighters shoot the works  10/21/76 p.5
    Flu shots available to 18-59 group Saturday  10/21/76 p.4
    In-house health care provided by new agency  11/18/76 p.24
 
MENG, MARTY                                                 
    Barrington police bid for recognition of bargaining agent 
        3/18/76 p.5
    Meng named 5th sergeant  9/16/76 p.7
 
MERONI, DENISE                                              
    Denise Meroni takes seat on school board  4/29/76 p.14
 
MERTENS, GORDON, JR.                                        
    Attorney asks judge to quash warrants  1/29/76 p.7
    Mertens case will go to trial in August  5/20/76 p.10
    Judge Gleason won't hear Mertens case  10/7/76 p.7
    Mertens case goes before new judge  11/18/76 p.17
    Mertens case to trial February 28  12/9/76 p.5
 
MERTENS, GORDON, SR.                                        
    Attorney asks judge to quash warrants  1/29/76 p.7
    Judge should rule on search warrants  2/18/76 p.7
    Ruling on warrants continued one week  2/26/76 p.8
    Search warrants valid: Judge Gleason  3/4/76 p.7
    Mertens case will go to trial in August  5/20/76 p.10
    Judge Gleason won't hear Mertens case  10/7/76 p.7
    Mertens case goes before new judge  11/18/76 p.17
    Mertens case to trial February 28  12/9/76 p.5
 
MERTENS, MARCELLA                                           
    Attorney asks judge to quash warrants  1/29/76 p.7
    Mertens case goes before new judge  11/18/76 p.17
    Mertens case to trial February 28  12/9/76 p.5
 
MERTENS, ROBERT                                             
    Attorney asks judge to quash warrants  1/29/76 p.7
    Mertens case will go to trial in August  5/20/76 p.10
    Judge Gleason won't hear Mertens case  10/7/76 p.7
    Mertens case goes before new judge  11/18/76 p.17
    Mertens case to trial February 28  12/9/76 p.5
 
MICHELOTTI, JOSEPH N.                                       
    Medical school tribute for Michelotti family  7/15/76 p.33
 
MILLER, EVELYN                                              
    Little Women; Evelyn Miller, owner  6/24/76 p.54
 
MILLER, WILLIAM                                             
    BADC's community award to Bill Miller  5/13/76 p.4
 
MISS BARRINGTON PAGEANT                                     
    Fifth annual pageant draws 9 contestants  5/27/76 p.15
    Fifth annual pageant is Sunday, June 13  6/3/76 p.8
    Fifth annual pageant this Sunday at BHS  6/10/76 p.12
    Kerry Hill reaches for one more goal  6/17/76 p.12
    Kerry Lee Hill is Miss Barrington  6/17/76 p.5
 
MITCHELL, EMMA                                              
    Their day  7/8/76 p.26
 
MITCHELL, MAYNE                                             
    Their day  7/8/76 p.26
 
MODJEWSKI, DEE                                              
    The Thicket; Dee Modjewski, owner  11/18/76 p.82
 
MOLL, ERIC                                                  
    Moore, Moll are national qualifiers  7/15/76 p.61
 
MONTAGNANI, FERRUCCIO                                       
    Yankee Doodle Lounge; Sandro Montagnani and Ferruccio
        Montagnani, owners  1/22/76 p.44
 
MONTAGNANI, SANDRO                                          
    Yankee Doodle Lounge; Sandro Montagnani and Ferruccio
        Montagnani, owners  1/22/76 p.44
 
MOORE, BOB                                                  
    Moore, Moll are national qualifiers  7/15/76 p.61
 
MORGAN, CAROL A.                                            
    Local women make news  8/12/76 p.40
 
MORGAN, FRANK J.                                            
    Quaker Oats appoints new senior executives  9/23/76 p.54
 
MOUNT VERNON (VA. : ESTATE)+A1979                           
    Mount Vernon's care, restoration in her hands now  12/2/76
        p.53
 
MUGALIAN, RICHARD                                           
    Mugalian candidate for 3rd House term  3/4/76 p.16
 
MUIZNIECKS, ILZE                                            
    Freedom is Latvian minister's life work  7/22/76 p.5
 
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT                                        
    Mrs. Dowling won't rejoin village staff  2/26/76 p.3
    Restrict manager's power, says Perille  2/26/76 p.12
    Five mock meetings on Monday, Tuesday  4/29/76 p.8
    Student "takeover" Saturday, Monday  4/29/76 p.8
    Student trustees like green loop idea, too  5/6/76 p.10
    Area officials promise to do their best…  12/30/76 p.9
 
MUNSON, SHIRLEY                                             
    Incumbents win posts in District 512  4/15/76 p.67
    Munson, board clash on new campus plans  12/16/76 p.18
 
MUSICIANS                                                   
    "Fate" steered her in a different direction  5/20/76 p/77
 
NADLER, DEBORAH                                             
    Local women make news  8/12/76 p.40
 
NASH, LOIS                                                  
    Airborne patriotism with a woman's touch  11/11/76 p.21
 
NATIONAL LEGAL CENTER FOR THE PUBLIC INTEREST               
    Builders establish new legal ecology office  11/11/76 p.68
 
NELSON, CLAYTON E.                                          
    Special day tomorrow for the Clayton Nelsons  8/26/76 p.37
 
NELSON, EVA D.                                              
    Special day tomorrow for the Clayton Nelsons  8/26/76 p.37
 
NELSON, GEORGE "BABY FACE"                                  
    "Baby Face" Nelson killed 2 agents here  7/1/76 p.14
 
NEWSPAPERS                                                  
    Managing editor named for Barrington Press  7/1/76 p.49
    Our carriers find work can be fun, too  8/26/76 p.35
    Courier-Review has a new look inside  10/28/76 p.5
 
NICHOLS, NICK                                               
    "Wauconda Wheels" opens up his world  9/9/76 p.16
 
NICKLAS, JESSALYN                                           
    Incumbents win posts in District 512  4/15/76 p.67
 
NORDWALL, ALAN                                              
    Vita-Mine; Alan Nordwall and Sylvia Nordwall, owners 
        8/12/76 p.55
 
NORDWALL, SYLVIA                                            
    Vita-Mine; Alan Nordwall and Sylvia Nordwall, owners 
        8/12/76 p.55
 
NORTH BARRINGTON AREA ASSOCIATION                           
    Spradlin association president  6/24/76 p.13
 
NORTH BARRINGTON SCHOOL                                     
    Today's student more outgoing, independent, says retiring
        teacher  8/26/76 p.43
 
NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Years of progress in North Barrington  1/15/76 p.8
    Dog law discussion is February 7  1/29/76 p.15
    No decision on dog law amendment  2/12/76 p.13
    Residents may express views on new dog law  2/26/76 p.16
    Hammer resigns in North Barrington  3/25/76 p.20
    North Barrington delays vote on dog control  5/6/76 p.14
    North Barrington approves modified dog law  5/27/76 p.85
    Zurich fire district tax vote is Saturday  6/24/76 p.3
    Fire district ambulance tax approved  7/1/76 p.11
    Board seeks solution to soil, septic woes  7/8/76 p.14
    Regional law plan "go" for second year  7/15/76 p.3
    Treasurer's report  7/22/76 p.68
    "Moral conflict" charge hurled in North Barrington  7/29/76
        p.3
    Lawsuit threatened  7/29/76 p.6
    Club asset to village: Former president  8/5/76 p.10
    Club's septic request gets zoning board okay  8/5/76 p.10
    Septic field denials defended by Forrest  8/5/76 p.10
    Biltmore pro shop project is approved  8/26/76 p.19
    Braithwaite rebuffs secret meeting charge  8/26/76 p.17
    Evans picked for spot on health panel  8/26/76 p.20
    Effluent petition on tap in North Barrington  10/28/76 p.5
    North Barrington denies soil importation bid  11/4/76 p.100
    Sewer study idea "unrealistic": Forrest  11/4/76 p.7
    Forrest balks at approval of septic field  12/2/76 p.13
    Flood plain flap heads for Lake County Board  12/16/76 p.14
    Forrest doesn't sign septic field resolution  12/16/76 p.16
 
NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS PLANNING COMMISSION                   
    NIPC okays $24,000 grant for BACOG  7/22/76 p.15
    "Filthy Fox" a target of clean water drive  10/7/76 p.15
    NIPC project information on file here  11/11/76 p.12
    New NIPC post filled by Wagner  12/30/76 p.9
 
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY HOSPITAL                                
    Hospital cites 312 volunteers  6/3/76 p.30
 
NOVAK, LEO J.                                               
    Arrest two teens in gas station robbery  12/16/76 p.15
 
NUCLEAR ENERGY                                              
    On guard for safe future  10/7/76 p.5
 
NURSING HOMES                                               
    No nursing home decision until March  1/22/76 p.3
    Developers looking at Huszagh acreage  3/18/76 p.5
    Nursing home plan approved by board  3/25/76 p.3
    New nursing home hearing is required  4/8/76 p.3
    Plan commission recommends rejection of nursing home,
        residential development  5/6/76 p.4
    Three lawsuits wait in wings  5/6/76 p.3
    Nursing home vote delayed two weeks  5/13/76 p.7
    Nursing home plan gets final approval  6/17/76 p.3
 
OAK RIDGE (SUBDIVISION)                                     
    Deer Park approves Oak Ridge proposal  6/24/76 p.20
 
OAKDEN, LYNNE DAY                                           
    Candidate for outstanding junior member  12/30/76 p.25
 
O'CONNELL, RICHARD F.                                       
    Group names man of the year  12/9/76 p.28
 
OCTAGON HOUSE                                               
    State designates village buildings as landmarks  3/11/76 p.7
 
O'HARA, KATHLEEN                                            
    Barrington girl wins contest  12/9/76 p.48
 
OISHI, TOMOKO                                               
    International friendship  8/26/76 p.12
 
OVERSEN, HENRY W.                                           
    "Good samaritan" robbed by couple  9/2/76 p.4
 
OWEN, RON                                                   
    Owen goes where others fear to tread  9/2/76 p.5
 
OWINGS, MALCOLM W.                                          
    Honorary degree conferred  7/29/76 p.47
 
PALATINE, ILL.                                              
    Explosion in Palatine  4/22/76 p.19
    Central dispatch may go without Palatine  11/18/76 p.9
 
PALAZZOLO, MARIO                                            
    Police charge two in raid at photo spa  8/26/76 p.3
 
PAMPERED PLANT                                              
    Pampered Plant; Beth Petersen, owner  7/29/76 p.50
 
PANKER, JEANETTE                                            
    Corner Cupboard restaurant is sold  10/28/76 p.16
 
PANKER, WILLIAM                                             
    Corner Cupboard restaurant is sold  10/28/76 p.16
 
PARAMEDICS                                                  
    MIC service gets state nod  1/15/76 p.4
    MIC unit averages 46 calls per month  2/26/76 p.10
    MIC certification for Delta Ambulance  7/8/76 p.4
    Police arrest two in weekend melee  7/22/76 p.6
    Communities face MIC cash deadline  7/29/76 p.9
    MIC service heads for vote  8/5/76 p.12
    No decision on area MIC fees  8/5/76 p.12
    Emergency study due on September 13  9/2/76 p.18
    Wauconda Jaycees lead MIC fund drive  9/2/76 p.18
    Fire district MIC vote this fall  9/16/76 p.3
    Study recommends tax vote, new council  9/16/76 p.15
    Tower Lakes vote Monday on MIC packet  9/16/76 p.11
    BADC wants another paramedic, MIC unit  9/23/76 p.4
    Jaycees plan MIC fund drive  9/23/76 p.4
    Tower Lakes will develop MIC contract  9/23/76 p.14
    Fire district MIC vote set for February 5  11/11/76 p.5
    Committee to consider second MIC vehicle  11/18/76 p.8
    Paramedics deliver baby in front seat of car  11/25/76 p.6
    Wauconda MIC vote early in '77  11/25/76 p.13
    Fund drive begins for second MIC unit  12/9/76 p.5
    Barrington Hills awaiting ambulance proposal  12/23/76 p.7
    Crash victim donates $100 to MIC fund  12/23/76 p.12
    Blaze destroys three paramedic vehicles  12/30/76 p.6
    Referendums to test residents next year  12/30/76 p.5
 
PARAPSYCHOLOGY                                              
    Owen goes where others fear to tread  9/2/76 p.5
 
PARTRIDGE, IRENE "RAE"                                      
    Artist invites entries in series of shows  5/20/76 p.24
 
PAULEY, GEORGE                                              
    Specialist joins staff of Family Service  10/28/76 p.28
 
PEDERSON, ELEANOR                                           
    Pedersons to mark 60 years of marriage  5/6/76 p.52
 
PEDERSON, FRANK O.                                          
    Pedersons to mark 60 years of marriage  5/6/76 p.52
 
PEDERSON, KEITH                                             
    Pederson drops out of primary  1/22/76 p.6
 
PENDLETON, JANE                                             
    Mrs. Fred Pendleton appointed village clerk  3/25/76 p.7
 
PEPPER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                                 
    Barrington contractor sees labor stability  8/19/76 p.28
 
PEPPER, RICHARD S.                                          
    Builders establish new legal ecology office  11/11/76 p.68
 
PERILLE, P. JAMES                                           
    Perille is criticized for letter writing  1/15/76 p.4
    Voss tells Perille: "You're impossible"  1/29/76 p.4
    Voss asks commission: Ignore Perille's letter  2/5/76 p.12
    Perille, Maiben clash  2/12/76 p.3
    Restrict manager's power, says Perille  2/26/76 p.12
    Perille in legal jeopardy?  3/25/76 p.17
    Perille wins agenda battle with Maiben  3/25/76 p.61
    Perille criticizes land use proposals  8/19/76 p.10
 
PERRY, CELMA                                                
    Barrington Montessori School; Celma Perry and Desmond
        Perry, owners  9/16/76 p.68
 
PERRY, DESMOND                                              
    Barrington Montessori School; Celma Perry and Desmond
        Perry, owners  9/16/76 p.68
 
PETERS, ART C.                                              
    Receives appointment  6/17/76 p.33
 
PETERSEN, BETH                                              
    Pampered Plant; Beth Petersen, owner  7/29/76 p.50
 
PFEIL, JIM                                                  
    Residents ready to sue  5/13/76 p.69
 
PIERSON, A. KEITH                                           
    Pierson first mayoral candidate  12/30/76 p.5
 
PILLMAN, HARRY                                              
    Quiz Kid  4/1/76 p.7
 
PLAINSMEN STABLES AND ZOO                                   
    Wild kingdom  8/12/76 p.8
 
PLASKAS, JOE                                                
    Plaskas resigns  5/27/76 p.3
 
POLICE                                                      
    Police promotions for Friedl, Wallisch  1/1/76 p.7
    Progress in health, law enforcement  1/8/76 p.5
    Barrington police bid for recognition of bargaining agent 
        3/18/76 p.5
    Barrington, 2 other police departments may go to central
        dispatching program  4/8/76 p.3
    Youth gives police series of headaches  4/8/76 p.7
    Police will be watching bicyclists  4/22/76 p.8
    Drug use concerns police chief Aldrich  5/6/76 p.87
    Call 381-2131 for emergencies, only  5/27/76 p.4
    Softball game will match BYS, police  5/27/76 p.7
    "Amber light told us when we had a call"  6/10/76 p.10
    Call 381-2131 for emergencies only  6/10/76 p.12
    Police sergeant's wife rips village board  6/10/76 p.16
    Police to meet BYS in softball Saturday  6/10/76 p.7
    Police do it again, trample BYS, 19-13  6/17/76 p.10
    Barrington policemen get national awards  7/15/76 p.12
    Regional law plan "go" for second year  7/15/76 p.3
    Police arrest two in weekend melee  7/22/76 p.6
    Can Barrington Hills board have the best of both worlds? 
        7/29/76 p.15
    College streets police patrol is considered  7/29/76 p.7
    Judge delivers lecture on "the facts of life"  8/26/76 p.8
    Mini bike problem is taken to parents  8/26/76 p.8
    Raid nets pot on Stone estate  9/9/76 p.4
    Meng named 5th sergeant  9/16/76 p.7
    Central dispatch plan gaining momentum  9/23/76 p.12
    Police nab 4 teens in major drug bust  10/14/76 p.7
    Barrington Hills police find that people do care  10/21/76
        p.3
    Sheriff's police vote on Tuesday ballot  10/28/76 p.6
    Township ponders police patrol offer  11/4/76 p.5
    Lake sheriff regrets referendum defeat  11/11/76 p.15
    Central dispatch may go without Palatine  11/18/76 p.9
    Timetable established for central dispatch  12/9/76 p.22
    "People" draw Nancy from radio to street  12/16/76 p.14
    Central dispatch idea endorsed by village  12/16/76 p.9
    Central dispatch study priority item for police department
        in 1977  12/30/76 p.12
 
POLLUTION                                                   
    "Filthy Fox" a target of clean water drive  10/7/76 p.15
    On guard for safe future  10/7/76 p.5
 
POORE, DAVID L.                                             
    Fox River boat crash injures two  8/26/76 p.74
 
POPULATION--STATISTICS                                      
    NIPC updates population projections  9/1/76 p.11
    Village to be 12,000 in '80, predicts NIPC  9/16/76 p.10
 
POSTAL SERVICE                                              
    Finn ends 19-year post office career  1/1/76 p.12
    Postal "bargains" listed by D'Andrea  3/18/76 p.24
    Fraudulent Bicentennial chain letters in circulation 
        4/8/76 p.19
    Police nab five in mail thefts, forgery  5/13/76 p.7
    Post office will get a new lease on life  6/3/76 p.7
 
PREIFER, MAT                                                
    Barrington Opticians; Mat Pfeifer and Bob Brauch, owners 
        10/28/76 p.72
 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                           
    Community Church oldest in the village  7/1/76 p.20
    Presbyterians name assistant  11/11/76 p.14
 
PRICE, PAUL E.                                              
    Quaker Oats appoints new senior executives  9/23/76 p.54
 
PROSTITUTION                                                
    Police charge two in raid at photo spa  8/26/76 p.3
 
PUZEY, RUSSELL                                              
    BACOG absentee Puzey will be back  2/12/76 p.3
 
QUAKER OATS COMPANY                                         
    Quaker Oats appoints new senior executives  9/23/76 p.54
 
QUICK, DORIS                                                
    Local singer to solo in ECU concert  12/9/76 p.53
 
QUIGG, CATHERINE                                            
    Elected director  6/3/76 p.43
    On guard for safe future  10/7/76 p.5
 
RADIO BROADCASTING                                          
    WBPR plans first broadcast Monday  2/26/76 p.12
    CG radio club formed  6/10/76 p.16
    Barrington hams "stew" for points  6/24/76 p.74
    "Wauconda Wheels" opens up his world  9/9/76 p.16
 
RAPIER, JIM                                                 
    Six named to Crane committee  7/15/76 p.51
 
RAY, JAMES EARL                                             
    Little brother  3/25/76 p.5
 
RAY, JERRY                                                  
    Little brother  3/25/76 p.5
 
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT                                     
    Hemphill hearings will start March 11 in Fox River Grove 
        2/12/76 p.5
    Ishak, Borah plans on March 3 agenda  2/26/76 p.3
    BACOG opposes Hemphill  3/4/76 p.9
    Hemphill meet tonight  3/11/76 p.14
    New DiMucci plan for LaBuy estate  3/11/76 p.14
    New project concerns area "lakes" committee  3/11/76 p.16
    Nursing home, residential plan rejected  3/11/76 p.12
    Project gets negative commission reaction  3/11/76 p.6
    Developers looking at Huszagh acreage  3/18/76 p.5
    Hemphill hearing to resume March 24  3/18/76 p.15
    McIntosh to develop Cuba Road acreage  3/25/78 p.10
    Nursing home plan approved by board  3/25/76 p.3
    BACOG "concerned" about 40-acre plan  4/1/76 p.18
    Changes being made in 40-acre proposal  4/1/76 p.10
    Proposed Hemphill project will effect [sic] area roads,
        says expert  4/1/76 p.20
    New proposal  4/15/76 p.7
    Project is proposed north of Jewel plant  4/15/76 p.3
    You're getting closer, plan commission tells Cloisters'
        developers  4/15/76 p.8
    Hemphill hearings continue  4/22/76 p.15
    DiMucci hearing scheduled May 14  4/29/76 p.3
    DiMucci hearing Friday  5/13/76 p.9
    Firm will plant 80 new trees  5/13/76 p.14
    Hospital gets tentative okay  5/13/76 p.3
    Nursing home vote delayed two weeks  5/13/76 p.7
    Board will see modified plans Friday  5/20/76 p.14
    Capsule summary of DiMucci project  5/20/76 p.7
    Cloisters all single family now  5/20/76 p.5
    Use of corner acreage concerns lawyers  5/20/76 p.6
    Good Shepherd gets final okay  5/27/76 p.3
    Centex firm asked to rework proposal  6/3/76 p.9
    Cloisters decision postponed to July 21  6/3/76 p.4
    Hemphill proposal to plan commission  6/3/76 p.18
    "Serious problems" with DiMucci proposal  6/10/76 p.4
    1st Tomlen hearing planned Wednesday  6/10/76 p.18
    Hemphill conditions listed by commission  6/17/76 p.10
    Hemphill referendum requested  6/17/76 p.18
    Nursing home plan gets final approval  6/17/76 p.3
    BACOG urges denial of DiMucci plan  6/24/76 p.5
    Centex development to plan commission  6/24/76 p.10
    Deer Park approves Oak Ridge proposal  6/24/76 p.20
    DiMucci plan recommendation due August 4  7/24/76 p.4
    Verdict on Tomlen development deferred by plan commission 
        6/24/76 p.19
    Hearing tonight for Hemphill  7/1/76 p.11
    Village opposes DiMucci  7/1/76 p.9
    Farella development opposed by BACOG  7/8/76 p.18
    Hemphill hearing called on technicality  7/8/76 p.15
    Centex hearing in August  7/15/76 p.3
    Cloisters' discussion will continue July 21  7/15/76 p.8
    Hemphill referendum planned September 14  7/15/76 p.78
    DiMucci decision is due Wednesday  7/29/76 p.10
    Farella hearing to resume  7/29/76 p.9
    Hemphill foes' petition to make approval tougher  7/29/76
        p.14
    DiMucci decision postponed by ZBA  8/5/76 p.4
    McIntosh proposal gets commission nod  8/5/76 p.14
    Freeman Road plan includes 355 units  8/12/76 p.5
    Route 14 inadequate for Hemphill traffic, says civil
        engineer  8/12/76 p.14
    LB Shores entered in Design 76  8/19/76 p.62
    Perille criticizes land use proposals  8/19/76 p.10
    Hemphill hearing to continue Monday  8/26/76 p.8
    DiMucci decision postponed again  9/2/76 p.10
    Hemphill may cause flooding: engineer  9/2/76 p.12
    Lake County Zoning Board of Appeals rejects Farella plan 
        9/2/76 p.19
    Marathon Hemphill meeting is September 18  9/2/76 p.12
    Hemphill vote Tuesday in Fox River Grove  9/9/76 p.9
    Hemphill hearing set  9/16/76 p.12
    Commission to see new Cloisters look  9/23/76 p.8
    Deer Park rescinds Hidden Oaks okay  9/23/76 p.16
    Hemphill to benefit Fox River Grove: study  9/23/76 p.17
    Quality of life tied to village expansion  9/23/76 p.20
    Plan commission can't get it together  10/7/76 p.4
    Commission asks Hemphill approval  10/14/76 p.16
    DiMucci decision is due Wednesday  10/14/76 p.12
    Cloisters development too dense: planners  10/21/76 p.12
    Inverness PUD gets new life  10/21/76 p.17
    Uniform contribution law sought  10/21/76 p.9
    Commission asks approval of Cloisters  10/28/76 p.15
    Village approves Cloisters "in principle"  10/28/76 p.7
    Barrington Hills rejects one project, Oks another  11/4/76
        p.95
    Developer contribution law in holding pattern  11/4/76 p.14
    Hemphill negotiations down to brass tacks  11/4/76 p.15
    NIPC project information on file here  11/11/76 p.12
    Centex moves toward hearing  11/18/76 p.14
    PUD law "flexibility" sought by 4 trustees  11/18/76 p.18
    DiMucci withdraws LaBuy project petition  11/25/76 p.5
    New Hemphill plan "workable" 551 units  11/25/76 p.12
    Commission to delay hearing on Tomlen  12/9/76 p.6
    Hemphill donations would hit $2 million  12/9/76 p.16
    Recommendations too strict, Hemphill  12/9/76 p.100
    Final Hemphill plan: 551 units  12/16/76 p.17
    Ghost project haunts Barrington Hills lake  12/16/76 p.13
    Hemphill proposal gets initial approval  12/23/76 p.12
 
REBECCA                                                     
    Rebecca; Becky Klein, owner  6/10/76 p.54
 
REFUGEES                                                    
    Family still struggles in "adopted" country  11/25/76 p.12
 
REFUSE AND REFUSE DISPOSAL                                  
    Garbage survey is postponed  2/12/76 p.8
    Garbage pickup survey May 1  4/15/76 p.3
    Garbage collection survey is Saturday  4/29/76 p.10
    Present garbage service winner  5/6/76 p.3
    Old garbage service has a new wrinkle  5/13/76 p.8
    BFI wants out of metered bag service  5/27/76 p.12
    Clarification sought on garbage service  6/17/76 p.8
    Garbage pick-up contract now adds leaves, grass  7/22/76 p.8
    Intensive solid waste study is underway  8/26/76 p.70
    Recycling center becoming garbage dump  9/2/76 p.8
 
REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY                           
    RTA settlement hailed by members  7/22/76 p.57
    RTA campaign promise has not become reality  10/14/76 p.56
 
RICE, ARTHUR, JR.                                           
    BADC should take position on issues, says new president 
        6/24/76 p.18
 
RICHARD HONQUEST OF BARRINGTON                              
    Richard Honquest of Barrington; Richard Honquest, owner 
        8/12/76 p.54
 
RINGMAN, TED                                                
    Ringman re-elected president  6/24/76 p.17
 
ROADS                                                       
    Street improvements meeting is Tuesday  2/12/76 p.12
    Deer Park supports Route 53 extension  2/19/76 p.14
    Street improvements agreement is sought  2/19/76 p.10
    $200,000 promised for improvement of substandard streets 
        3/25/76 p.12
    Inner loop project proceeds on schedule  4/1/76 p.6
    Proposed Hemphill project will effect [sic] area roads,
        says expert  4/1/76 p.20
    State to resurface Route 59 this spring  4/15/76 p.12
    Inner loop dominates village budget hearing  4/22/76 p.8
    Hager Avenue improvement moves ahead  4/29/76 p.15
    Village board okays study of green loop  4/29/76 p.3
    Dundee Avenue sidewalk considered by village  5/6/76 p.76
    Student trustees like green loop idea, too  5/6/76 p.10
    Street improvement projects approved  5/27/76 p.3
    Street improvements hearing is Monday  6/17/76 p.14
    Board reaches point of no return for street improvements 
        6/24/76 p.14
    Street improvements engineering approved  7/1/76 p.17
    Speed bumps to slow leadfoots  7/22/76 p.4
    Western Avenue, still on tap  8/5/76 p.4
    Roslyn sidewalk approved  8/12/76 p.15
    Inner loop meeting planned this month  9/9/76 p.3
    "We hate to see the area change"  10/7/76 p.8
    Residents ask loop referendum  10/7/76 p.3
    Citizen's loop meeting October 21  10/14/76 p.3
    Lipofsky raps "deplorable" state road work  10/14/76 p.19
    Streets meeting Monday  10/14/76 p.19
    OK full improvement for west-end streets  10/21/76 p.10
    South Hager Street works gets nod, too  10/21/76 p.10
    Hager residents balk  10/28/76 p.6
    Loop foes push for advisory referendum  10/28/76 p.14
    Loop meeting tonight  11/4/76 p.12
    Street improvements verdict due Monday  11/4/76 p.96
    Wrong-way roadsters rile residents  11/4/76 p.11
    Green Loop proposal put on back burner  11/11/76 p.6
    Green Loop pushed farther into future  11/25/76 p.7
 
ROCKBRIDGE FARM (SUBDIVISION)                               
    Barrington Hills rejects one project, Oks another  11/4/76
        p.95
 
RODEOS                                                      
    Top cowboys are due here this weekend  9/9/76 p.12
 
ROGERS, CHARLOTTE                                           
    Former residents murdered  3/4/76 p.3
 
ROGERS, DALE                                                
    Former residents murdered  3/4/76 p.3
    Local tie is possible in Rogers murder  6/17/76 p.3
 
ROOS, ERIK                                                  
    Five vie for 3 library seats  4/8/76 p.5
    Altemara, Roos, Jacobs win library board seats  4/15/76 p.14
 
ROSS, WILIIAM                                               
    Raid nets pot on Stone estate  9/9/76 p.4
 
ROTHMAN, MARSHALL                                           
    Rothman to vie for Senate post  8/26/76 p.15
    Rothman names campaign head  9/16/76 p.40
 
RUSHING, LYNN                                               
    Treasure Traders; Lynn Rushing and Carol Tilly, owners 
        7/8/76 p.16
 
RYAN, ROLAND                                                
    Barrington teens conquer Gannett Peak  3/18/76 p.12
 
SAFETY TOWN                                                 
    50 students volunteer for Safety Town program  5/20/76 p.76
 
SALEM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                               
    Community Church oldest in the village  7/1/76 p.20
    Cory Winter new Salem choirmaster  8/26/76 p.17
    Salem homecoming is planned Sunday  11/4/76 p.16
 
SANDERS, DEAN                                               
    Sanders going to Michigan  6/17/76 p.3
 
SASS, HENRY G.                                              
    Wed 60 years  12/16/76 p.64
 
SCHNADT, GLENN                                              
    Kiwanians elect Schnadt president  10/28/76 p.86
 
SCHNURLEIN, ROBERT                                          
    Board won't rehire BHS French teacher  5/20/76 p.12
    Students fighting for BHS French teacher  5/27/76 p.12
    Schnurlein returning to BHS French post  8/19/76 p.4
 
SCHOLL, KAREN                                               
    Barrington 4-Hers earn "A" ratings  8/19/76 p.41
 
SCHOOLS                                                     
    No summer school money  5/6/76 p.3
    Area schools likely to reject land offer  5/13/76 p.12
    Child safety big concern of parents  5/20/76 p.19
    Thomas gets outstanding alumni award  6/10/76 p.19
    New owners, directors for Montessori school  9/16/76 p.68
 
SCHULZ, DOUG                                                
    Faulty gear costs Schulz  9/9/76 p.56
 
SCHURECHT INTERIORS                                          
    Schurecht Interiors; Grace Schurecht, owner  4/22/76 p.40
 
SCHURECHT, GRACE                                             
    Schurecht Interiors; Grace Schurecht, owner  4/22/76 p.40
 
SCHWABE, CHARLES                                            
    Resident's fuse is "lit"  8/12/76 p.17
 
SEGER, THOMAS                                               
    Elect Seger president of Chamber  12/16/76 p.16
    Business involvement crucial now: Seger  12/23/76 p.14
 
SELVEY, KIM                                                 
    Scholarships won by four art students  5/6/76 p.15
 
SEX CRIMES                                                  
    Forest Lake girl raped in Deer Park  4/22/76 p.3
    Rape myths exploded at Harper seminar  11/4/76 p.21
 
SEX ORIENTED BUSINESSES                                     
    Photographic "spa" to be investigated  8/19/76 p.18
    Police charge two in raid at photo spa  8/26/76 p.3
 
SHARP, CYNTHIA BAKER                                        
    Bicentennial book to be ready June 8  5/6/76 p.8
    Bicentennial book exerpts will begin in next week's issue 
        5/13/76 p.3
    Building a life on the prairie  5/20/76 p.9
    Donors make Bicentennial book possible  5/20/76 p.9
    A house for $7; Life in a new country  5/27/76 p.5
    The medicine show and other good times  6/3/76 p.5
    "Tales of Old Barrington" will be available on Tuesday 
        6/10/76 p.8
 
SHERMAN HOSPITAL                                            
    Sherman Hospital cites Barrington volunteers  5/27/76 p.17
 
SHERMER, AL                                                 
    Resident's fuse is "lit"  8/12/76 p.17
 
SHEWCHUK, MYRON                                             
    Iron curtain rises briefly for student  9/9/76 p.20
 
SHOCKLEY, HELEN                                             
    Her greatest wins came off the courts  10/28/76 p.10
 
SHOOK, DORIENE                                              
    Holiday spirit dances around her creations  12/23/76 p.27
 
SHREVE, RAY                                                 
    Barrington policemen get national awards  7/15/76 p.12
 
SIGRIST, TERRY                                              
    Furry friend  7/29/76 p.5
 
SITTLER, WILLIAM                                            
    Sittler suggests 166-bed hospital  4/22/76 p.3
 
SMITH, HAROLD BYRON, JR.                                    
    Smith lauds aggressive Ford campaign  9/2/76 p.10
 
SMITH, KIRBY                                                
    Kirby Smith named as Bronco baseball coach  6/10/76 p.66
 
SMITH, RONALD                                               
    Grove Avenue principal going to Hickory Hill  8/5/76 p.7
 
SMITHBURG, WILLIAM D.                                       
    Quaker Oats appoints new senior executives  9/23/76 p.54
 
SMITS, JANIS, REV.                                          
    Freedom is Latvian minister's life work  7/22/76 p.5
 
SOLEM, G. ALAN                                              
    Library board balks at Solem resignation  4/8/76 p.10
 
SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION                             
    SAR chapter being formed  4/22/76 p.50
    Sons of Revolution unite to form chapter here  5/13/76 p.50
    New Bicentennial chapter host organizing meeting  8/5/76
        p.40
    SAR chapter to receive charter  9/16/76 p.53
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Centex project  1/8/76 p.4
    Hospital area may exclude four villages  3/4/76 p.3
    Centex firm asked to rework proposal  6/3/76 p.9
    Centex development to plan commission  6/24/76 p.10
    Centex hearing in August  7/15/76 p.3
    Centex moves toward hearing  11/18/76 p.14
 
SPORTS                                                      
    Fencik hopes for impressive showing  1/1/76 p.33
    Seeks upgrading of girls' sports program  1/22/76 p.8
    NL batting champion hoping for encore  2/5/76 p.8
    Stahmer fired as cage coach  3/4/76 p.3
    Fencik drafted by Miami  4/15/76 p.53
    Softball game will match BYS, police  5/27/76 p.7
    Swimming pool plan dead issue for now  6/3/76 p.3
    Kirby Smith named as Bronco baseball coach  6/10/76 p.66
    Open qualifier  6/10/76 p.6
    Hallberg tees it up today in U.S. Open  6/17/76 p.65
    Hallberg's Open bid ends in second round  6/24/76 p.69
    Madlock, Cardenal to be here tonight  7/8/76 p.3
    Moore, Moll are national qualifiers  7/15/76 p.61
    Ashburn tries for archery world title  7/22/76 p.54
    Hallberg wins Western Junior golf title with late charge 
        7/22/76 p.53
    His race run, games still thrill ex-Olympian  7/29/76 p.4
    Ashburn wins world archery crown  8/5/76 p.53
    Thompson still a boat racer at heart  8/5/76 p.56
    Injury dims Fencik's shot at Dolphin job  8/19/76 p.65
    Fencik still with Miami  8/26/76 p.71
    Hallberg clips pro in Radix Cup matches  8/26/76 p.71
    Faulty gear costs Schulz  9/9/76 p.56
    Breaks evening out: Fencik now a Bear  9/23/76 p.61
    Win smudged by spy charges  10/21/76 p.90
    Crystal Lake files protest  10/28/76 p.60
    Her greatest wins came off the courts  10/28/76 p.10
    Boylan bounces Broncos in playoff, 35-28  11/11/76 p.5
    Mr. Fencik "Bears" down  12/16/76 p.7
 
SPRADLIN, WILLIAM E.                                        
    Spradlin association president  6/24/76 p.13
 
ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH                                    
    Community Church oldest in the village  7/1/76 p.20
 
ST. ANNE CATHOLIC SCHOOL                                    
    St. Anne School graduation Tuesday  6/3/76 p.35
 
ST. JOSEPH'S HOME FOR THE AGED                              
    Sisters to mark anniversary of St. Joseph's  10/21/76 p.35
 
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH                                 
    Memorial handbells to ring at St. Mark's  5/20/76 p.13
    Community Church oldest in the village  7/1/76 p.20
    World Community Day November 5 at St. Mark's  10/28/76 p.35
 
ST. MATTHEW LUTHERAN CHURCH                                 
    Palm Sunday confirmations  5/6/76 p.32
    Community Church oldest in the village  7/1/76 p.20
 
ST. MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH                              
    Special July 4 service is set at St. Michael's  7/1/76 p.7
 
ST. PAUL CHURCH                                             
    Community Church oldest in the village  7/1/76 p.20
 
STAHMER, BRUCE                                              
    Stahmer fired as cage coach  3/4/76 p.3
 
STANLEY, ROGER                                              
    Candidate Stanley raps "fiscal mismanagement"  3/4/76 p.65
    Grass roots effort key to Stanley win  3/25/76 p.8
 
STEPHENS, NORVAL B.                                         
    DePauw award  7/15/76 p.48
 
STEVENSON, CHARLES                                          
    Barrington Hills police find that people do care  10/21/76
        p.3
 
STONE, W. CLEMENT                                           
    Raid nets pot on Stone estate  9/9/76 p.4
 
STUART, ROBERT D.                                           
    Quaker Oats appoints new senior executives  9/23/76 p.54
 
SULLIVAN, MARY ANN                                          
    Barrington Fashion Exchange; Mary Ann Sullivan and Jane
        Gorr, owners  12/16/76 p.62
 
SWEDISH CENTRAL COMMITTEE FOR SCHOOL EXCHANGE               
    Swedish student program to be explained September 17 
        9/9/76 p.53
 
SZAKONYI, ED                                                
    E & M TV; Ed Szakonyi, owner  10/7/76 p.25
 
TALBOT, LESLIE                                              
    Leslie Talbot named BHS Good Citizen  1/22/76 p.48
 
TANNERT, RUTH                                               
    Scholarships won by four art students  5/6/76 p.15
 
TAXATION                                                    
    Crane urges adoption of tuition tax credit  8/19/76 p.53
    Park board must issue tax warrants  12/16/76 p.9
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                         
    See major tax increase in Barrington Township  9/16/76 p.12
    Major tax increase is due next summer  11/18/76 p.9
    Township taxes to increase… a little  12/2/76 p.11
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.                                  
    Sales hit $60 million during '75  3/25/76 p.17
    Sales tax boon noted  7/15/76 p.16
    Referendums to test residents next year  12/30/76 p.5
 
TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Abolition of assessment system a must: Hansen  11/18/76 p.25
 
TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                               
    Assessment  1/22/76 p.67
 
TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Lake tax bills to go in mail next month  9/16/76 p.11
    Sheriff's police vote on Tuesday ballot  10/28/76 p.6
    Lake sheriff regrets referendum defeat  11/11/76 p.15
 
TAXATION--PALATINE TOWNSHIP, ILL.                           
    Township taxes to increase… a little  12/2/76 p.11
 
TAXICABS                                                    
    Taxi fare increased by 30 cents per mile  12/30/76 p.7
 
TAYLOR, CODER                                               
    It's more than a building to him  7/8/76 p.36
 
TAYLOR, WILLIAM J.                                          
    Local attorney elected trustee  11/4/76 p.22
 
TEACHERS                                                    
    White named to head tour  10/7/76 p.34
 
THEODORE, HARRY                                             
    Elected to head McDonald's association  9/16/76 p.66
 
THICKET                                                     
    The Thicket; Dee Modjewski, owner  11/18/76 p.82
 
THINGS WOODIN                                               
    Things Woodin; Margaret White and Bill White, owners 
        12/16/76 p.96
 
THOMAS, F. EUGENE                                           
    Everything is quiet in District 220  4/8/76 p.3
    Write-in campaign fails in District 220  4/15/76 p.14
 
THOMAS, F.C.                                                
    Thomas gets outstanding alumni award  6/10/76 p.19
 
THOMPSON, DIDI CASTLE                                       
    Will be listed in "Who's Who"  10/7/76 p.45
 
THOMPSON, DON                                               
    Engel, Thompson get administrative posts  8/19/76 p.12
 
THOMPSON, DOUG                                              
    Thompson still a boat racer at heart  8/5/76 p.56
 
THURSTON, ROBERT N.                                         
    Quaker Oats appoints new senior executives  9/23/76 p.54
 
TILLY, CAROL                                                
    Treasure Traders; Lynn Rushing and Carol Tilly, owners 
        7/8/76 p.16
 
TIMBERLAKE (SUBDIVISION)                                    
    New project concerns area "lakes" committee  3/11/76 p.16
    Communities face MIC cash deadline  7/29/76 p.9
    No decision on area MIC fees  8/5/76 p.12
 
TOMLEN GROUP                                                
    1st Tomlen hearing planned Wednesday  6/10/76 p.18
    Verdict on Tomlen development deferred by plan commission 
        6/24/76 p.19
    Commission to delay hearing on Tomlen  12/9/76 p.6
 
TORNADOES                                                   
    Advance preparation can save your life  3/18/76 p.22
 
TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                           
    Tower Lakes will stay cost conscious  1/8/76 p.57
    Curtis wins "victory for the common man"  4/22/76 p.4
    Farella development opposed by BACOG  7/8/76 p.18
    Communities face MIC cash deadline  7/29/76 p.9
    Farella hearing to resume  7/29/76 p.9
    No decision on area MIC fees  8/5/76 p.12
    Lake County Zoning Board of Appeals rejects Farella plan 
        9/2/76 p.19
    Tower Lakes vote Monday on MIC packet  9/16/76 p.11
    Tower Lakes will develop MIC contract  9/23/76 p.14
 
TOWN HALL ESTATES (RETIREMENT HOME)                         
    Town Hall Estates: A home with a capital H  12/2/76 p.22
 
TRAFFIC FLOW                                                
    Proposed Hemphill project will effect [sic] area roads,
        says expert  4/1/76 p.20
    Route 14 inadequate for Hemphill traffic, says civil
        engineer  8/12/76 p.14
    "We hate to see the area change"  10/7/76 p.8
    Residents ask loop referendum  10/7/76 p.3
    Citizen's loop meeting October 21  10/14/76 p.3
    Top area concern: traffic congestion  12/2/76 p.7
 
TRAFFIC SAFETY                                              
    Speed bumps to slow leadfoots  7/22/76 p.4
    District 220 to consider Wyngate bus plea  8/19/76 p.18
    Library to request $10,000 from township  12/9/76 p.7
 
TRANSPORTATION                                              
    Continental Transport aids airport bus service  6/24/76 p.55
    Barrington a railroad town for 122 years  7/1/76 p.18
    RTA funds buses to O'Hare Airport  7/1/76 p.34
    Engine smacks caboose; derailment ties up traffic  7/22/76
        p.3
    RTA settlement hailed by members  7/22/76 p.57
    Are we ready for a disaster?  8/5/76 p.5
    Judge delivers lecture on "the facts of life"  8/26/76 p.8
    Mini bike problem is taken to parents  8/26/76 p.8
    New coach yard opened by C&NW  9/2/76 p.3
    RTA campaign promise has not become reality  10/14/76 p.56
    RTA says transfer idea works in reality now  11/11/76 p.45
 
TREASURE TRADERS                                            
    Treasure Traders; Lynn Rushing and Carol Tilly, owners 
        7/8/76 p.16
 
TROUTT, EDWIN A.                                            
    Dr. Troutt to head dental society  6/17/76 p.59
 
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                                     
    Community Church oldest in the village  7/1/76 p.20
 
UNITED STATES ARMY                                          
    Boot camp was no powder puff  12/23/76 p.22
 
UNITED WAY                                                  
    United Way reviews area counseling services  12/16/76 p.76
 
VANDALISM                                                   
    Depot vandalism a continuing problem  4/15/76 p.5
    Village joins war against vandalism  8/12/76 p.18
    Vandalism at BHS irks school officials  9/2/76 p.4
    Chamber supports anti-vandalism law  9/9/76 p.3
    Parents will be liable for that broken window  9/16/76 p.10
    Arrest two teens in vandalism of greens  11/11/76 p.11
 
VILLAGE CADILLAC                                            
    Mancuso Cadillac; Rob Mancuso, owner  10/21/76 p.66
 
VILLAGE CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                                
    Village Church to new building  10/7/76 p.37
    Crowning touch  11/18/76 p.7
 
VILLAGE LIQUORS                                             
    Hawaiian beer garden cancelled  8/19/76 p.16
 
VILLAGE PLANTERS GARDEN CLUB                                
    Village Planters Club notes first birthday  7/1/76 p.43
 
VILLAGES OF BENT CREEK (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)            
    Ghost project haunts Barrington Hills lake  12/16/76 p.13
 
VITA-MINE                                                   
    Vita-Mine; Alan Nordwall and Sylvia Nordwall, owners 
        8/12/76 p.55
 
VLASAK, RICHARD                                             
    Vlasak named principal at Grove Avenue school  9/2/76 p.14
 
VOLKMAN, HARRY                                              
    The forecast: smiling kids  10/21/76 p.8
 
VOLUNTARISM                                                 
    Community resource: their time and talent  7/1/76 p.33
    Blood donor gives gift of life… often  7/22/76 p.7
 
VOLUNTEER BUREAU OF BARRINGTON                              
    Volunteers are in - to benefit education  1/22/76 p.17
    Community resource: their time and talent  7/1/76 p.33
 
VOSKA, DARYL                                                
    Voska wins Eagle rank  3/18/76 p.50
 
VOSS, FRED                                                  
    Voss tells Perille: "You're impossible"  1/29/76 p.4
    Voss asks commission: Ignore Perille's letter  2/5/76 p.12
    Voss won't run for re-election  10/14/76 p.3
    Voss recalls tenure as trustee, president  12/30/76 p.14
 
WADDELL, R. BRUCE                                           
    Waddell to campaign for 5th House term  1/8/76 p.27
 
WADE, RODERICK KARR                                         
    Area youth in Boys State  7/22/76 p.11
 
WAGE SURVEYS                                                
    Suburban salaries show slight increases: study  8/19/76 p.45
 
WAGNER, CYRIL C.                                            
    New NIPC post filled by Wagner  12/30/76 p.9
 
WALKER, DANIEL                                              
    Walker shuns hospital case  1/1/76 p.3
    Walker slated for BHS talk  1/15/76 p.3
    Walker's BHS talk open to the public  1/22/76 p.3
    Governor Walker scores with BHS students  1/29/76 p.3
 
WALLISCH, JOHN                                              
    Police promotions for Friedl, Wallisch  1/1/76 p.7
 
WALTER, DUANE                                               
    Walter campaigning for seat in House  3/4/76 p.18
 
WASHO, EVELYN                                               
    To celebrate 40th anniversary  4/15/76 p.41
 
WASHO, WILLIAM                                              
    To celebrate 40th anniversary  4/15/76 p.41
 
WASTE DISPOSAL IN THE GROUND                                
    Officials criticize BACOG "meddling"  1/1/76 p.4
    File minority report on interceptor line  1/8/76 p.9
    NIPC okays two assessment projects  1/15/76 p.7
    Garbage: Where do we go from here?  3/18/76 p.6
    Landfill authority bill gets out of committee  6/17/76 p.44
    North Barrington denies soil importation bid  11/4/76 p.100
    Garbage pickup fee will increase by 5%  11/11/76 p.7
    Deer Park residents favor utilities study  11/25/76 p.12
    No change in garbage collection service  12/16/76 p.7
 
WATER                                                       
    Illegal connection causing problems  2/12/76 p.11
    Flooding "seminar" Saturday  3/18/76 p.10
    Storm sewer won't eliminate flooding  3/25/76 p.62
    Village to establish sprinkling restriction  7/15/76 p.3
    McIntosh proposal gets commission nod  8/5/76 p.14
    EPA asked to solve Hills' drainage woes  8/26/76 p.14
    Hemphill may cause flooding: engineer  9/2/76 p.12
    Flood plain filling riles BACOG  12/2/76 p.5
 
WATER QUALITY                                               
    NIPC okays two assessment projects  1/15/76 p.7
    Funding available for lakes project  2/12/76 p.16
    Septic woes confront east countryside  3/11/76 p.19
    Barrington receives sewer study money  3/18/76 p.6
    Storm sewer won't eliminate flooding  3/25/76 p.62
    Village to go after illegal sewer ties?  3/25/76 p.18
    Find over 400 illegal sewer connections  4/15/76 p.13
    Treatment plan expansion "go"  4/29/76 p.16
    Plan commission recommends rejection of nursing home,
        residential development  5/6/76 p.4
    Three lawsuits wait in wings  5/6/76 p.3
    No new sewer connections, says EPA  5/20/76 p.5
    Ok treatment plant concept for project  5/20/76 p.14
    BACOG urges denial of DiMucci plan  6/24/76 p.5
    Plant grant steps taken by village  7/1/76 p.3
    Board seeks solution to soil, septic woes  7/8/76 p.14
    Wastewater grant needed, Maiben says  7/22/76 p.15
    "Moral conflict" charge hurled in North Barrington  7/29/76
        p.3
    Lawsuit threatened  7/29/76 p.6
    Club's septic request gets zoning board okay  8/5/76 p.10
    Septic field denials defended by Forrest  8/5/76 p.10
    Effluent petition on tap in North Barrington  10/28/76 p.5
    Sewer study idea "unrealistic": Forrest  11/4/76 p.7
    Deer Park residents favor utilities study  11/25/76 p.12
    Forrest balks at approval of septic field  12/2/76 p.13
    Plant expansion cost balloons to $6.8 million  12/2/76 p.11
    Flood plain flap heads for Lake County Board  12/16/76 p.14
    Forrest doesn't sign septic field resolution  12/16/76 p.16
 
WATER SUPPLY                                                
    Village water supply sufficient: Maiben  7/29/76 p.12
    Hemphill donations would hit $2 million  12/9/76 p.16
 
WATER USE                                                   
    Water practices studied by municipal conference  10/7/76
        p.60
 
WATSON, LEE                                                 
    Wild kingdom  8/12/76 p.8
 
WAUCONDA FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT                           
    MIC service heads for vote  8/5/76 p.12
    Emergency study due on September 13  9/2/76 p.18
    Wauconda Jaycees lead MIC fund drive  9/2/76 p.18
    Study recommends tax vote, new council  9/16/76 p.15
    Wauconda MIC vote early in '77  11/25/76 p.13
 
WHITE, BILL                                                 
    Things Woodin; Margaret White and Bill White, owners 
        12/16/76 p.96
 
WHITE, CHARLES A.                                           
    White named to head tour  10/7/76 p.34
 
WHITE, JEANETTE G.                                          
    She edits cookbook of Illinois favorites  7/1/76 p.43
 
WHITE, MARGARET                                             
    Things Woodin; Margaret White and Bill White, owners 
        12/16/76 p.96
 
WIGGINS, BARBARA                                            
    Tops in suburban sales  4/1/76 p.64
 
WILDER, CARYL                                               
    Mount Vernon's care, restoration in her hands now  12/2/76
        p.53
 
WILKES, ELAINE                                              
    Cover Girl title sought by BHS grad  6/24/76 p.67
    Elaine Wilkes wins Cover Girl crown  7/1/76 p.4
 
WILLIAMS, EDWARD J.                                         
    Williams named Chicago Junior Achievement head  8/19/76 p.38
 
WINKIE BEAR CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER                        
    "Winkie Bear" now a child care center  9/23/76 p.82
 
WINTER, CORY                                                
    Cory Winter new Salem choirmaster  8/26/76 p.17
 
WITT, HOWARD B.                                             
    Witt is VP  9/23/76 p.53
 
WOJTAS, VICTOR                                              
    Barrington doctor on probation  5/20/76 p.12
 
WOLFE, GENE                                                 
    Author speaks on new book  10/7/76 p.21
 
WOLLNEY, FRANK                                              
    Barrington 4-Hers are state champions  5/13/76 p.28
    Two local 4-Hers win state honors  6/17/76 p.39
    Barrington teens win 4-H honors  11/18/76 p.64
 
WOMAN'S CLUB OF INVERNESS                                   
    Inverness women give $3,500 toward projects  4/29/76 p.50
 
WOMEN                                                       
    Local women make news  8/12/76 p.40
    Barrington Hills awaiting ambulance proposal  12/23/76 p.7
    Boot camp was no powder puff  12/23/76 p.22
 
WOMEN AIR PILOTS                                            
    Airborne patriotism with a woman's touch  11/11/76 p.21
 
WOMEN OF THE WORD                                           
    Women of the Word to launch fifth year  9/16/76 p.54
 
WOMEN'S AIRFORCE SERVICE PILOTS                             
    Airborne patriotism with a woman's touch  11/11/76 p.21
 
WOOD, DONNA                                                 
    "Outstanding" science award to Donna Wood  6/3/76 p.6
 
WOODSIDE (SUBDIVISION)                                      
    Annexation by Park District  1/15/76 p.11
 
WOODSOME, DOT                                               
    She makes stitchery unique art form  12/9/76 p.54
 
WYNGATE (SUBDIVISION)                                       
    Child safety big concern of parents  5/20/76 p.19
    District 220 to consider Wyngate bus plea  8/19/76 p.18
 
YANKEE DOODLE LOUNGE                                        
    Yankee Doodle Lounge; Sandro Montagnani and Ferruccio
        Montagnani, owners  1/22/76 p.44
 
YOUTH                                                       
    Senate page learns "snap" means "now!"  3/11/76 p.11
    Barrington teens conquer Gannett Peak  3/18/76 p.12
    Youth gives police series of headaches  4/8/76 p.7
    Chris Downs wins merit scholarship  4/29/76 p.7
    Student-seniors' conference works  7/15/76 p.75
    Teen beer drinking concerns park board  7/15/76 p.64
    Area youth in Boys State  7/22/76 p.11
    BHS grad swaps countries for a year  7/29/76 p.10
    Drinking teens, speeding autos rile Deer Park homeowners 
        8/19/76 p.16
    International friendship  8/26/76 p.12
    Judge delivers lecture on "the facts of life"  8/26/76 p.8
    Mini bike problem is taken to parents  8/26/76 p.8
    Suburb youth court verdict in December?  9/2/76 p.14
    Barrington second home for 8 students  9/9/76 p.8
    Iron curtain rises briefly for student  9/9/76 p.20
    Swedish student program to be explained September 17 
        9/9/76 p.53
    Police charge youth with five burglaries  10/21/76 p.7
    Court gives four teens supervision  10/28/76 p.11
    Arrest two teens in vandalism of greens  11/11/76 p.11
    Suburb youth court decision seen soon  12/9/76 p.14
    Youth's honesty pays off  12/9/76 p.5
    County board gets youth court proposal  12/23/76 p.14
 
YOUTH SERVICES                                              
    Zapata quits BYS  3/11/76 p.5
    Barrington Township has $21,000 for BYS program  4/8/76 p.15
    Bert assumes post as BYS director  5/13/76 p.18
    BYS hires director; gets additional room  5/13/76 p.4
    Funds sought for crisis center  11/18/76 p.17
 
ZACK, CAROL                                                 
    Campus competition open to Harper students  12/9/76 p.43
 
ZAPATA, BOB                                                 
    Zapata quits BYS  3/11/76 p.5
 
ZIDEK, SCOTT                                                
    Create fund for victim of accident  2/19/76 p.3
    Zidek family says "thanks" to community  5/27/76 p.8
    Crash victim donates $100 to MIC fund  12/23/76 p.12
 
ZOELLER, NANCY                                              
    Blood donor gives gift of life… often  7/22/76 p.7
 
ZONING                                                      
    Oks mobile homes as a special use  2/19/76 p.13
    Commission does about face on neighborhood suggestions 
        3/25/78 p.10
    Barrington schools increase land offer  4/1/76 p.14
    New nursing home hearing is required  4/8/76 p.3
    Fairhaven homeowners oppose neighborhood recommendation 
        4/15/76 p.10
    Curtis wins "victory for the common man"  4/22/76 p.4
    Plan commission recommends rejection of nursing home,
        residential development  5/6/76 p.4
    DiMucci hearing Friday  5/13/76 p.9
    Rezoning sought for psychiatric care unit  5/13/76 p.10
    Use of corner acreage concerns lawyers  5/20/76 p.6
    Chinese restaurant gets commission nod  6/24/76 p.16
    DiMucci plan recommendation due August 4  7/24/76 p.4
    "Moral conflict" charge hurled in North Barrington  7/29/76
        p.3
    DiMucci decision is due Wednesday  7/29/76 p.10
    Farella hearing to resume  7/29/76 p.9
    Club's septic request gets zoning board okay  8/5/76 p.10
    DiMucci decision postponed by ZBA  8/5/76 p.4
    DiMucci decision postponed again  9/2/76 p.10
    Lake County Zoning Board of Appeals rejects Farella plan 
        9/2/76 p.19
    DiMucci decision is due Wednesday  10/14/76 p.12
    Consultant may help Hills map its future  10/28/76 p.15
    Planner hired in Barrington Hills  11/25/76 p.7
    Stable violating zoning, officals claim  12/2/76 p.15

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