4-H                                                         
    Barrington 4-H girls note 25th anniversary  9/4/75 p.45
    4-H royalty  9/25/75 p.27
    4-H riders bring home wins from horse show  10/2/75 p.20
 
7-11                                                        
    7-11 store sold  10/9/75 p.7
 
ABBOT, B., DR.                                              
    Landmark  9/4/75 p.9
 
ACCIDENTS                                                   
    Girl killed; youth sends 2 cops to hospital  1/2/75 p.2
    Freight cars derail  1/9/75 p.1
    Fox Point man killed in crash  2/20/75 p.68
    In fair condition  3/13/75 p.5
    Teens survive crash  3/13/75 p.8
    Forced off road  6/5/75 p.7
    Car vs. horse  6/12/75 p.7
    Rollover  7/24/75 p.16
    Man drowns in Timberlake  7/31/75 p.6
    Ex-grid star hurt in automobile crash  8/21/75 p.7
    North Western freight derails in Fox River Grove  8/21/75
        p.10
    Chicago man drowns  8/28/75 p.18
    Crash in Barrington Hills fatal to one person  9/11/75 p.7
    Near tragedy  9/11/75 p.7
    Close call  9/18/75 p.39
    Car-truck crash  10/16/75 p.8
    Seriously hurt  10/30/75 p.7
    Rollover  11/6/75 p.7
    Two-car crash  11/13/75 p.6
    Cars, cattle collide leaving five injured  11/20/75 p.10
    Crash injuries [sic] two  11/27/75 p.7
    Freight derails again  11/27/75 p.18
    Workman saves girl in fiery auto crash  12/4/75 p.5
    Two injured  12/11/75 p.11
    Three vehicle crash injures five persons  12/11/75 p.58
    Head-on crash  12/11/75 p.83
 
AERIQUIP CORPORATION                                        
    Machinists striking for money, benefits  9/11/75 p.8
 
AGED                                                        
    Human relations group will solicit housing input from
        seniors  8/21/75 p.7
 
AIRPLANES                                                   
    Lame jet shakes up area  8/21/75 p.4
 
ALDRICH, JACK                                               
    New leadership: Aldrich accepts Barrington Hills challenge 
        10/2/75 p.5
    Trustees impressed  10/2/75 p.5
    Barrington Hills trustees swear in new chief  10/30/75 p.53
 
ALDRICH, JOHN M.                                            
    Police apprehend 2 in burglary at park  4/3/75 p.8
 
ALDRIDGE, JACK                                              
    Aldridge in line for Barrington Hills post  9/4/75 p.3
 
ALLEN, DAVID                                                
    Downs to run again, Allen is undecided  1/9/75 p.4
    Downs, Allen retain seats on 220 board  4/17/75 p.6
 
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN                    
    Will discuss library plans Monday night  2/13/75 p.15
    AUW quizzes board on plans for library  2/20/75 p.16
 
AMERICAN WOOD COUNCIL                                       
    Lake Barrington Shores wins wood council award  3/27/75 p.18
 
AMFOODS INDUSTRIES                                          
    TAE Food Mart's grand opening today  4/17/75 p.8
 
ANDERSON, C. RICHARD                                        
    Anderson fufills campaign promise  3/20/75 p.14
    Charges Anderson conflict  6/19/75 p.3
    Anderson answers Pederson's charges  6/26/75 p.4
    Hanover Hills marsh not in preserve plan  6/26/75 p.7
    Anderson quits Cuba town board  9/18/75 p.3
 
ANDERSON, JOAN G.                                           
    Seeks to change image of lieutenant governor  12/18/75 p.28
 
ANDERSON, RICHARD                                           
    Planner relives America's past  11/6/75 p.10
 
ANDERSON, W.A."ANDY"                                        
    Anderson home was church school  3/20/75 p.8
 
ANIMAL RESCUE FOUNDATION                                    
    ARF embroiled in Springfield red tape  2/6/75 p.3
    ARF gets approval  2/13/75 p.28
    ARF seeks helping hand from village  12/4/75 p.2
 
ANIMALS                                                     
    Search for dog continues  5/22/75 p.5
    Car vs. horse  6/12/75 p.7
    Mountain lion is seen again  7/3/75 p.3
    Tower Lakes defers decision of pet law  7/24/75 p.10
    Mountain lion seen at Barrington Ford  12/11/75 p.11
    Police search, can't find mountain lion  12/18/76 p.20
 
ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF                                       
    ARF embroiled in Springfield red tape  2/6/75 p.3
    ARF gets approval  2/13/75 p.28
    Wildlife welcome at 35 Sunset Road  7/31/75 p.3
    Board ammends pet ordinance  8/21/75 p.78
    Fox Point residents like animals, but  9/11/75 p.4
    ARF seeks helping hand from village  12/4/75 p.2
 
ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)                           
    Plans 1,000-unit project near Barrignton Hills  1/9/75 p.6
    Deer Park would consider annexing Draper land--Brown 
        3/6/75 p.5
    Deuster co-sponsors bill to control annexations  5/8/75 p.49
    Centex development in never-never land  6/5/75 p.3
    120-unit project near medical clinic  10/23/75 p.7
    East countryside ponders annexation  11/6/75 p.4
    District 220 board proposes disannexation plan  12/4/75 p.7
    District 220 plan may be loser for Palatine schools 
        12/11/75 p.52
 
ANNIVERSARIES                                               
    35th anniversary  [Rev. Heinemann]  5/29/75 p.5
    Congregation honors pastor  5/29/75 p.11
    Golden anniversary for Elgin Hadassah  6/5/75 p.33
    [The Looks] Celebrate anniversary of 50 years together 
        6/12/75 p.26
    Secret marriage recalled at 55th anniversary party [The
        Giesekes]  6/19/75 p.32
    Barrington 4-H girls note 25th anniversary  9/4/75 p.45
 
ARCO SERVICE STATION                                        
    Police nab two juveniles on burglary  5/15/75 p.7
 
ARLINGTON TENNIS INVITATIONAL                               
    Barrington third in mini-state  5/1/75 p.45
    Arlington nudges net team, 12-11  5/15/75 p.37
 
ARNETT C. LINES SCHOOL                                      
    Lines students earn $850 for cancer fund  12/25/75 p.4
 
ARTISTS                                                     
    Jill Funk's animals entered in art show  6/19/75 p.33
    She [Carolyn Guerra] blends past with present  12/4/75 p.3
 
AUTHORS                                                     
    Mee authors major book  2/27/75 p.48
    Barrington author tells it like it was  3/27/75 p.10
    Author's luncheon to feature Petrakis  4/10/75 p.27
    [Gene Wolfe] Previews his book  6/26/75 p.50
    Another book for Dr. Vitale  10/30/75 p.45
 
AYERS, TERRANCE                                             
    Ayers will oppose Graham in primary  12/4/75 p.84
 
BAKER, PAUL, SR.                                            
    Reading:  BHS grad, dad help kids learn in northland camp 
        3/13/75 p.14
 
BANTAM ALL-STARS (HOCKEY CLUB)                              
    BAHL Bantam All-Stars claim tournament crown  1/2/75 p.31
 
BARN OF BARRINGTON (RESTAURANT)                             
    Close Galleries Limited now at Barn restaurant  5/1/75 p.43
    Ken Goodman:  man with the golden touch  6/5/75 p.4
 
BARNES, CLYDE W.                                            
    Barnes to run for auditor  12/4/75 p.53
 
BARRINGTON AMERICAN LEGION (BASEBALL CLUB)                  
    Pratt, Simond life Legion to title  7/10/75 p.59
 
BARRINGTON ANGELS (BASEBALL CLUB)                           
    Angels devour Hamm sandwich  8/21/75 p.61
 
BARRINGTON AREA BICENTENNIAL COMMISSION                     
    United effort goal of Bicentennial group  5/29/75 p.3
    Next Bicentennial meeting Wednesday  6/12/75 p.5
    Elect Ringman president of Bicentennial Committee  6/26/75
        p.5
    Area bicentennial commission appoints committee chairmen 
        8/28/75 p.19
    Bicentennial festivites July 3-10  10/9/75 p.3
    Bicentennial banners endorsed by village  10/23/75 p.17
    Barrington beautiful  11/13/75 p.3
 
BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                         
    Round one to Chamber  1/2/75 p.1
    Village center plan to be aired Jan. 23  1/2/75 p.3
    View center plan January 23  1/16/75 p.3
    Welcome Neighbor program takes off  2/20/75 p.14
    Business not interested in teens, students claim  4/10/75
        p.60
    Chamber welcomes new members  8/21/75 p.14
    Chamber to present merit award  9/18/75 p.13
    Klepper recipient of Chamber award  10/2/75 p.3
    Peterson Chamber president  12/25/75 p.3
    Session with Governor Walker Chamber goal  12/25/75 p.3
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                      
    Plan, police program top BACOG priorities  1/9/75 p.2
    Moderate income units:  only game in town  1/30/75 p.3
    BACOG joins school board  1/30/75 p.5
    Klein lists priorities, reviews BACOG life  1/30/75 p.61
    Four villages in regional police program  2/20/75 p.3
    Report on 911 due March 25  3/6/75 p.12
    Shefner loses court decisions  4/3/75 p.61
    Regional grant clears hurdles  5/1/75 p.3
    BACOG may donate money for marsh  5/1/75 p.4
    Housing committee takes initial step  5/1/75 p.4
    Village defers to BACOG  5/15/75 p.5
    BACOG seeks $42,000  5/22/75 p.3
    New land use plan offered to BACOG  5/29/75 p.5
    Board balks at new BACOG fee formula  5/29/75 p.6
    Acquisition of private property questioned  6/19/75 p.14
    Decision a warning to BACOG members  7/3/75 p.6
    BACOG to receive $17,000 grant  7/3/75 p.10
    Asks substantial changes in BACOG plan  7/10/75 p.5
    Approval of regional law grant dies August 8  7/17/75 p.3
    Area residents hurl challenges at BACOG planning committee 
        7/17/75 p.8
    Housing committee endorses chapter  7/17/75 p.14
    BACOG will select chairman Tuesday  7/24/75 p.3
    Recommend changes in new BACOG plan  7/24/75 p.16
    BACOG oks updated plan  7/31/75 p.3
    Voss, Perille clash on village, BACOG  7/31/75 p.6
    Human relations group will solicit housing input from
        seniors  8/21/75 p.7
    Perille stands firm on BACOG position  8/21/75 p.18
    Assistant planner is hired by BACOG  8/28/75 p.10
    Perille gunned down on BACOG motions  8/28/75 p.17
    BACOG slide show available  9/4/75 p.9
    BACOG in line for national recognition  9/4/75 p.14
    BACOG will appeal decision on landfills  10/9/75 p.15
    Barrington lakes beginning to disappear  11/6/75 p.3
    Planner relives America's past  11/6/75 p.10
    Legistlators are willing to help BACOG  11/6/75 p.12
    BACOG's housing committee dissolved  11/27/75 p.11
    BACOG chief urges action on new comprehensive plan  12/4/75
        p.10
    BACOG endorses expansion of plant  12/4/75 p.14
    Lake-Cook extension opposed by BACOG  12/4/75 p.20
    BACOG to request cost effective study of interceptor line 
        12/25/75 p.10
 
BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL                         
    Restructuring of fire districts under study  3/6/75 p.5
    Survey to determine area needs, concerns  5/1/75 p.8
    Ruth Moor receives first citizen award  5/22/75 p.4
    Marsh debate over  6/26/75 p.6
    Full-time personnel required for MIC, say BADC, Martens 
        8/28/75 p.3
    BADC initiates medical equipment lending plan  10/23/75 p.7
    Committee head likes new library proposal  11/27/75 p.3
 
BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY                          
    History of creamery presented to society  2/20/75 p.23
    Is your home a landmark?  2/20/75 p.58
    Museum head hired by Historical Society  3/13/75 p.9
    Village landmark  6/5/75 p.3
    Lisa Hill new director of museum  9/18/75 p.19
 
BARRINGTON AREA HOCKEY LEAGUE                               
    BAHL Bantam All-Stars claim tournament crown  1/2/75 p.31
    First Hockey Day to feature three games  2/27/75 p.4
    Hockey Day basks in limelight  3/13/75 p.65
    BAHL crowns 4 playoff champs  3/20/75 p.37
 
BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY                                     
    Roos elected library president  1/9/75 p.3
    Friends of Library to meet Wednesday  1/15/75 p.3
    Talking books, machine available through library  1/16/75
        p.32
    Views plans for 29,000 square foot library  1/23/75 p.5
    A challenging year ahead for library  1/23/75 p.14
    From the author  1/23/75 p.26
    Nominating committee appointed by Friends  1/30/75 p.14
    5 in running for librarian  2/13/75 p.5
    Library board told:  bonding market good  2/13/75 p.10
    Will discuss library plans Monday night  2/13/75 p.15
    AUW quizzes board on plans for library  2/20/75 p.16
    Architect is sent back to drawing board  3/13/75 p.5
    Hoberg seated as trustee  3/13/75 p.5
    Friends to elect officers on Thursday  4/3/75 p.4
    Board gives informal ok to interior plans  4/10/75 p.17
    Author's luncheon to feature Petrakis  4/10/75 p.27
    Barb Sugden named Barrington librarian  4/24/75 p.4
    New librarian sees her job a challenge  5/8/75 p.4
    Traffic, user studies slated for library  5/8/75 p.8
    Library book documents local school production  5/8/75 p.40
    Library rezoning meet set  6/12/75 p.4
    Motorists use Hough, survey shows  6/12/75 p.8
    New library  6/19/75 p.3
    Board prepares plan for new library gifts  6/26/75 p.3
    Village board is next stop for library plan  7/10/75 p.4
    Library board oks facility gift program  7/10/75 p.8
    Village board okays rezoning for library  7/17/75 p.12
    Swim pool bond vote not likely this year  7/24/75 p.6
    Hoberg quits library post  7/31/75 p.3
    Treasurer's annual report  8/21/75 p.90
    Johnson takes seat on library board  9/11/75 p.58
    Ok safety measures at new library site  9/25/75 p.8
    Couriers now on microfilm at library  10/2/75 p.36
    Library vote date to be set November 10  10/9/75 p.4
    Library adopts site safety pact  10/9/75 p.10
    Extended hours  10/16/75 p.12
    Library vote is December 13  11/13/75 p.3
    Committee head likes new library proposal  11/27/75 p.3
    Library vote on Saturday  12/11/75 p.8
    Library construction to begin next spring  12/18/75 p.7
 
BARRINGTON AREA UNITED DRIVE                                
    Area united drive won't reach '74 goal  3/13/75 p.4
    Barrington Area United Drive underway, goal set at $72,000 
        9/11/75 p.14
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASEBALL CLUB)                          
    Coaches sing Broncos' praises  4/10/75 p.64
    Barrington waves regional flag  5/22/75 p.51
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (CROSS COUNTRY CLUB)                     
    Barrington runners are third in county  10/9/75 p.28
    Barrington harriers ousted from district  10/23/75 p.49
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (FOOTBALL CLUB)                          
    Four Broncos make all-conference team  11/6/75 p.49
    Broncos came so close  11/13/75 p.44
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (GOLF TEAM)                              
    Golfers NSC champs  10/9/75 p.45
    Golfers win district  10/16/75 p.59
    Golfers falter  10/23/75 p.47
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (GYMNASTICS CLUB)                        
    Barrington gymnasts third in county meet  2/13/75 p.47
    Gymnasts send 8 to sectional  2/27/75 p.32
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (HOCKEY CLUB)                            
    Hockey team bags Rolling Meadows trophy  1/9/75 p.49
    Icemen haul in crown  4/10/75 p.62
    Ice team saves the best for last  4/17/75 p.57
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (TENNIS TEAM)                            
    McConville has vets in the nets  3/27/75 p.38
    Netters get a line on Rock Island  4/17/75 p.57
    Barrington third in mini-state  5/1/75 p.45
    Arlington nudges net team, 12-11  5/15/75 p.37
    Netters cop conference crown  5/22/75 p.52
    Miller-Olson place 6th in state  5/29/75 p.53
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (WRESTLING CLUB)                         
    Broncos silence critics  2/13/75 p.3
 
BARRINGTON CAMPGROUND                                       
    Village to purchase campground  2/13/75 p.3
    Condemnation of campground likely  3/6/75 p.3
    NIPC endorses campground funds  3/13/75 p.5
    Campground funding veridct in 2 months  6/5/75 p.6
    Walker confirms funds to purchase campground  9/4/75 p.46
    Village, Park District slate December 2 meeting  11/20/75
        p.12
    [Barrington Park District] Will make offer for campground 
        12/4/75 p.1
 
BARRINGTON COMMONS (SHOPPING CENTER)                        
    Commons:  better days ahead?  2/6/75 p.5
    Parking subject of suit against village  2/27/75 p.3
 
BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220               
    $50,000 damage in fire at Hickory Hill  1/2/75 p.2
    Downs to run again, Allen is undecided  1/9/75 p.4
    A year of sifting for Unit District 220  1/16/75 p.
    Indoor pool is desirable:  parents, students  1/23/75 p.3
    Seeks time to study new Centex proposal  1/23/75 p.4
    Non-certified staff seeks recognition  1/23/75 p.7
    Open campus pilot program approved  1/23/75 p.8
    District 220 opposes new Centex development  1/30/75 p.4
    BACOG joins school board  1/30/75 p.5
    Okay burglar alarms for five 220 schools  2/20/75 p.4
    Deprived?  Not by a long shot  2/20/75 p.5
    Students preparing to take over town  2/20/75 p.6
    Board empties pails, moves to repair roof  2/20/75 p.8
    Hallett:  no decision due on Countryside  2/27/75 p.4
    District 220, Centex may be court foes  3/20/75 p.6
    School board incumbants to run again  3/20/75 p.12
    Knolls' decision due April 9  3/27/75 p.5
    Award contract for roof repair  4/3/75 p.5
    Burglary prompts school board action  4/3/75 p.5
    Board expands summer school program  4/3/75 p.10
    Allen, Downs, Wertman vie for two seats on unit school
        board  4/10/75 p.5
    Plan unit oks Centex development  4/17/75 p.7
    Pre-school screening will begin tomorrow  4/17/75 p.8
    Hallett re-elected District 220 president  4/24/75 p.5
    Missing:  $1 million in school district funds  5/1/75 p.3
    Podrazik for Meroni  5/1/75 p.5
    They found it  5/8/75 p.8
    Changing of student guard on 220 board  5/22/75 p.10
    Campbell going to New York  6/5/75 p.3
    New insurance program for district employees  6/26/75 p.5
    District 220 ofers Freedom Train trip  7/3/75 p.12
    Maintenance program works in District 220  7/10/75 p.5
    [Dr. Priscilla Matheny] resigns  7/24/75 p.3
    Search is underway for assistant superintendent  7/24/75
        p.10
    BTC takes over 220 bus fleet  8/21/75 p.15
    Mason new Countryside principal  8/21/75 p.15
    220 budget hearing set for September 22  8/21/75 p.20
    School nurse more than the title implies  9/4/75 p.11
    District 220 teachers get 9% pay increase  9/11/75 p.13
    Pay hikes granted to 220 chiefs  9/11/75 p.13
    District 220 enrollment down slightly  9/18/75 p.10
    3 Back-to-School nights next month  9/25/75 p.12
    Budget includes cash for new school site  9/25/75 p.14
    District 220 board acts to halt library losses  10/23/75
        p.12
    District 220 board to act on MSL question  10/30/75 p.10
    Second middle school district possibility  11/6/75 p.3
    District 220 adopts equal opportunities policy  11/6/75 p.6
    Board to name assistant superintendent  11/13/75 p.10
    Architect is employed for cost study  11/20/75 p.3
    Wisconsin educator assistant superintendent  11/20/75 p.4
    Dig for artifacts in city ruins  11/20/75 p.5
    162 students make "Annie" a hit  11/20/75 p.6
    Annual financial statement  11/20/75 p.77
    District 220 board proposes disannexation plan  12/4/75 p.7
    Committee can't agree on one recommendation  12/11/75 p.7
    District 220 plan may be loser for Palatine schools 
        12/11/75 p.52
    Student shifts involved in long-range plans  12/18/75 p.7
    Swim pool bond vote probable next year  12/18/75 p.10
 
BARRINGTON EAST (LAND SUBDIVISION)                          
    East countryside ponders annexation  11/6/75 p.4
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Filly jayvees cop title, varsity drops to third  3/27/75
        p.39
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (FIELD HOCKEY CLUB)                      
    Fillies were winners  11/13/75 p.45
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TENNIS TEAM)                            
    Doubles teams go to state  10/23/75 p.48
    Fillies tie for 4th in state tennis meet  10/30/75 p.49
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TRACK TEAM)                             
    Filles third in NSC  5/22/75 p.53
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (VOLLEYBALL CLUB)                        
    Fillies corral district crown  1/16/75 p.54
 
BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT                                  
    Pass exams  1/9/75 p.3
    MIC unit delivery in March  1/30/75 p.3
    Restructuring of fire districts under study  3/6/75 p.5
    Village oks contracts for MIC equipment  3/13/75 p.5
    Barrington man, 71, saved by paramedics  3/20/75 p.3
    Fire department has 2 more paramedics  4/24/75 p.5
    Village oks funds for 2 Annies  5/15/75 p.3
    Cash Disbursements  6/12/75 p.56
    Full-time personnel required for MIC, say BADC, Martens 
        8/28/75 p.3
    Village to hire 4 paramedics?  9/11/75 p.3
    Second MIC vote is probable  9/18/75 p.3
    Another delay for MIC plan  9/25/75 p.3
    Maiben plan agreed to by MIC group  10/2/75 p.3
    Open house plan by fire department  10/2/75 p.10
    Committee approves MIC recommendation  10/9/75 p.3
    Paramedics ready to initiate program  10/9/75 p.5
    Village okays MIC service  10/16/75 p.12
    MICU to cover 700-mile area  10/23/75 p.56
    MIC service in gear  10/30/75 p.3
    Paramedic chief:  Angel of mercy for Barrington area 
        10/30/75 p.5
    MIC service gets state accreditation  11/13/75 p.4
    MIC service finally gets accreditation  12/11/75 p.17
 
BARRINGTON FLYNN VALLEY 4-H CLUB                            
    Flynn Valley lists 1974 awards  5/8/75 p.19
 
BARRINGTON FORD                                             
    Mountain lion seen at Barrington Ford  12/11/75 p.11
 
BARRINGTON GENERAL HOSPITAL                                 
    Memory of general hospital still vivid  3/6/75 p.12
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    May add soccer at high school  3/20/75 p.3
    Barrington students garner art awards  3/20/75 p.10
    BHS thriving on extra p.e., intramural diet  4/3/75 p.49
    Business not interested in teens, students claim  4/10/75
        p.60
    Students search for their roots  4/17/75 p.5
    Unique experience  4/17/75 p.5
    BHS students do it their way  4/17/75 p.10
    Student art fair at BHS  4/24/75 p.5
    Enthusiastic end to 23 years of teaching  5/15/75 p.8
    Technology open house this Tuesday  5/15/75 p.9
    Soccer added at high school
    Vote irregularities prompt second election  5/22/75 p.3
    Graduation Saturday  6/5/75 p.4
    Scholarships earned by 20 BHS seniors  6/5/75 p.6
    Barrington High graduates 671  6/12/75 p.14
    BHS resumes trophy dominance  6/12/75 p.39
    Recreation program at high school  6/19/75 p.8
    Drugs:  They're readily available in Barrington  7/31/75 p.5
    Student government matures at BHS  8/28/75 p.6
    Winning football a way of life at BHS  8/28/75 p.38
    Smoking problem improved--Zoeller  9/18/75 p.12
    German Club burns over radio antenna  9/18/75 p.18
    Students should attend school board meetings  9/25/75 p.6
    Treat two teenagers for drug overdose  9/25/75 p.7
    Can build swim pool for under $1 million  10/16/75 p.3
    Homecoming queen crown sought by six  10/16/75 p.4
    Homecoming:  traditional event this weekend at BHS 
        10/16/75 p.5
    BHS ponders move to Mid Suburban  10/23/75 p.3
    Homecoming  10/23/75 p.5
    Tennis team was only state competitor  11/6/75 p.50
    44 students selected for 9th Who's Who  11/13/75 p.6
    BHS will request membership in MSL  11/20/75 p.3
    BHS radio station awaits federal license  11/27/75 p.6
    36 named state scholars  12/4/75 p.4
    BHS radio station ready to go on air  12/18/75 p.12
    Honor roll  12/18/75 p.38
 
BARRINGTON HILLS RIDING CENTER                              
    Riding center crowns champ  8/21/75 p.60
    Barrington riders win 12 championship awards  12/4/75 p.50
 
BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                                      
    Will seek federal indictments against police, county
        officials  1/9/75 p.1
    Centex trial postponed  1/9/75 p.3
    Citizens gets first donation of property  1/9/75 p.3
    No place like home for Barrington Hills  1/9/75 p.6
    Plans 1,000-unit project near Barrington Hills  1/9/75 p.6
    Firm to file $20 million suit against police  1/30/75 p.3
    HUD program nearly snaps up Barrington Hills  1/30/75 p.6
    Barrington Hills says no to NIPC request  1/30/75 p.10
    Find body of missing employee  2/6/75 p.7
    Police win national award  2/20/75 p.3
    Barrington Hills approves police tax vote  2/27/75 p.5
    Stolen cat, furniture recovered  3/13/75 p.3
    Moving Saturday [village hall]  3/13/75 p.63
    Residents will fight gas line installation  3/27/75 p.3
    Board in opposition, too  3/27/75 p.3
    Five seek three seats in Barrington Hills  3/27/75 p.7
    Citizens file official objection to gas line  4/3/75 p.4
    Coffees for Hills' slate planned  4/3/75 p.12
    Gas firm postpones construction  4/10/75 p.3
    Barrington Hills slate scores easy victory  4/17/75 p.4
    Money no object in fight against pipeline  4/17/75 p.4
    Citizens' self interest criticized by Salvino  5/1/75 p.5
    Barrington Hills oks regional sewer study  5/1/75 p.6
    Natural gas company files a new petition  5/81575 p.6
    Frank Malone retires; was farrier, policeman  5/15/75 p.14
    Board stands firm on pipeline question  5/22/75 p.5
    McLaughlin, Hummel resign in Barrington Hills  6/19/75 p.3
    Ambulance fund drive is planned  6/19/75 p.4
    Barrington Hills firm in pipeline objection  6/19/75 p.6
    Acquisition of private property questioned  6/19/75 p.14
    Haeger founder began in Barrington Hills  6/26/75 p.25
    Mountain lion is seen again  7/3/75 p.3
    Judge will rule on preliminary motions  7/3/75 p.7
    Police must return articles to Mertens  7/10/75 p.3
    Uneventful transfer continues  7/17/75 p.7
    Treasurer's statement  8/21/75 p.89
    Truck drivers leave no stone unturned  8/28/75 p.16
    Aldridge in line for Barrington Hills post  9/4/75 p.3
    Police chief's post offered to Aldrich  9/25/75 p.4
    New leadership: Aldrich accepts Barrington Hills challenge 
        10/2/75 p.5
    Trustees impressed  10/2/75 p.5
    Horse hearing scheduled October 13  10/2/75 p.16
    Barrington Hills trustees swear in new chief  10/30/75 p.53
    Nuisance ordinance amendment approved  11/27/75 p.14
    Mertens case, one year later  12/11/75 p.12
 
BARRINGTON ICE HOUSE                                        
    Recycling project  9/4/75 p.11
 
BARRINGTON JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB                              
    Correction to story of 1/23/75  2/6/75 p.20
 
BARRINGTON LIONS CLUB                                       
    Lions Club rodeo signs are stolen  9/11/75 p.4
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL                                    
    Middle school music festivals next week  5/1/75 p.10
    Bomb explodes, breaks Middle School windows  10/2/75 p.7
    Gifted program  11/20/75 p.5
    Students lead, learn in teachers' role  11/27/75 p.56
    Students to collect toys at holiday dance  12/11/75 p.10
 
BARRINGTON NEWS AGENCY                                      
    News agency owner dies at age 73  4/24/75 p.71
 
BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                                    
    Wood will run again  1/2/75 p.2
    Park District asked to stage referendum  1/16/75 p.1
    Backporch popular program at park  1/23/75 p.34
    Wood only candidate  1/30/75 p.8
    Parks seek help from legislators  2/6/75 p.3
    Park district sets new program fees  2/13/75 p.14
    Park board nears decision on planner  3/13/75 p.4
    Park district garden plots are available  3/27/75 p.4
    Williams president of park district board  4/17/75 p.12
    Master plan study approved  5/15/75 p.4
    Treasurer's annual report  5/29/75 p.14
    Park board supports Hanover Hills' stand  6/12/75 p.9
    Annual budget  6/12/75 p.54
    Recreation program at high school  6/19/75 p.8
    Park swimmers lose, but break 11 records  7/3/75 p.37
    Swimmers' broken records shatter Glenview  7/10/75 p.59
    Pets parade at park district  7/17/75 p.5
    Park seeking relief from tennis migraine  7/17/75 p.10
    Park swimmers break nine more records  7/17/75 p.29
    Park district board considers burglar and fire alarm system
        8/21/75 p.16
    Park District to upgrade lighting  9/11/75 p.57
    Swing into fall  9/18/75 p.5
    Park gets $1000 from tennis league  10/16/75 p.11
    Park District football champs  11/13/75 p.46
    Village, Park District slate December 2 meeting  11/20/75
        p.12
    Will make offer for campground  12/4/75 p.1
 
BARRINGTON SPORTING GOODS STORE                             
    Two sportsmen jump league, open store  5/29/75 p.32
 
BARRINGTON TERRACE                                          
    Nursing home:  the right place this time?  7/10/75 p.3
    Nursing home:  elation for residents, rejection for project
        7/24/75 p.4
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                   
    Barrington Township oks $242,328 budget  4/17/75 p.61
 
BARRINGTON TRAIN STATION                                    
    Slow motion:  delays hinder 2 major village projects 
        10/9/75 p.5
 
BARRINGTON TRANSPORATION COMPANY                            
    BTC takes over 220 bus fleet  8/21/75 p.15
 
BARRINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                          
    Officials don't object to license  2/20/75 p.11
    Methodists observe 135th anniversary  4/24/75 p.28
    Associate minister at United Methodist  6/26/75 p.51
 
BARRINGTON WOMEN'S CLUB                                     
    Safety Town coming to village this summer  1/23/75 p.3
    Barrington Women's Club names scholarship winners  6/26/75
        p.31
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICES                                   
    Group appoints youth director  1/23/75 p.3
    Zapata assumes role as catalyst  1/23/75 p.
    Seek second worker for youth services  5/8/75 p.3
    Van Hagen re-elected youth services head  6/5/75 p.10
    On the job  6/26/75 p.3
    Cuba Township reaffirms its support of BYS  9/18/75 p.14
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.                                            
    Wyatt resigns  1/2/75 p.1
    Village center plan to be aired Jan. 23  1/2/75 p.3
    Traffic congestion top village headache  1/2/75 p.7
    McDonalds may keep arches for 5 years  1/9/75 p.2
    Extension of Hillside remains 32 feet wide  1/16/75 p.4
    Appoint 3 residents to advisory boards  1/16/75 p.4
    MIC unit delivery in March  1/30/75 p.3
    Center plan endorsed by village  1/30/75 p.5
    Bus plan is ready for seniors  1/30/75 p.12
    Burglary losses at $85,829 during '74  2/6/75 p.3
    Centex Homes trial date now February 27  2/6/75 p.12
    Village to purchase campground  2/13/75 p.3
    Lipofsky files, sixth candidate for board  2/13/75 p.4
    Okay bus program for senior citizens  2/13/75 p.5
    Sign ordinance bends  2/13/75 p.6
    Four villages in regional police program  2/20/75 p.3
    Students preparing to take over town  2/20/75 p.6
    Capulli retires after 24 years on board  2/20/75 p.10
    Parking subject of suit against village  2/27/75 p.3
    Funding:  for railroad underpass  2/27/75 p.3
    Village appeals defeat  2/27/75 p.3
    Condemnation of campground likely  3/6/75 p.3
    2 candidates run together  3/6/75 p.5
    Power line project will begin soon  3/13/75 p.3
    Inverness to negotiate for police service  3/13/75 p.3
    Village oks contracts for MIC equipment  3/13/75 p.5
    Will appoint four patrolmen  3/13/75 p.5
    Voss agrees to meet with CCPA officials  3/13/75 p.5
    Question May 1 start of police program  3/20/75 p.3
    Deer Park approves one-year police pact  3/20/75 p.5
    Underpass proposal is delayed one year  3/27/75 p.3
    Safety Town to get cash from village  3/27/75 p.5
    Supervisor's annual report  3/27/75 p.53
    Student takeover of village Monday  4/3/75 p.5
    Budget hearing Monday  4/17/75 p.3
    Purchase of marsh supported by board  4/17/75 p.10
    Perille demands cuts in budget  4/24/75 p.3
    Loebbaka leaves village  4/24/75 p.3
    Bus program a bust so far  4/24/75 p.6
    Regional grant clears hurdles  5/1/75 p.3
    Village approves budget; freezes salaries  5/1/75 p.3
    Housing committee takes initial step  5/1/75 p.4
    Suggests referendum on major board votes  5/1/75 p.6
    New trustees seated after vote on budget  5/1/75 p.11
    Salaries up by 7.9%  5/8/75 p.3
    Crime here is up 20%  5/8/75 p.31
    Village oks funds for 2 Annies  5/15/75 p.3
    Establish taxing district  5/15/75 p.3
    Taxing district [map]  5/15/75 p.5
    Village defers to BACOG  5/15/75 p.5
    Return to committee system is proposed  5/15/75 p.12
    Drainage woes cloud annexation of church  5/29/75 p.4
    Street improvemnets back on the agenda  5/29/75 p.10
    New nursing home plan to be presented  6/12/75 p.3
    Sidewalk work to start  6/12/75 p.6
    Area sewage study should begin soon  6/12/75 p.8
    Find cracks in sidewalk repair plan  6/26/75 p.3
    Hearings slated for Wednesday  6/26/75 p.4
    New club officers meet and plan  6/26/75 p.32
    Area communities plan 4th activities  7/3/75 p.4
    Village to get parking, street grant  7/3/75 p.4
    Nursing home:  the right place this time?  7/10/75 p.3
    Will seek hearing for Loebbaka  7/10/75 p.3
    Asks substantial changes in BACOG plan  7/10/75 p.5
    Fourth nursing home proposal in 3 years  7/10/75 p.6
    Sidewalk work should begin August 1  7/17/75 p.3
    Senior bus plan is dead  7/17/75 p.4
    Village appoints building inspector  7/17/75 p.4
    Annual treasurer's report  7/17/75 p.46
    Nursing home:  elation for residents, rejection for project
        7/24/75 p.4
    Fuller Brush man is sought  7/24/75 p.7
    Drugs:  They're readily available in Barrington  7/31/75 p.5
    Voss, Perille clash on village, BACOG  7/31/75 p.6
    Local chief a distinct possibility  7/31/75 p.6
    Village to consider commuter passes  7/31/75 p.8
    Human relations group will solicit housing input from
        seniors  8/21/75 p.7
    Perille stands firm on BACOG position  8/21/75 p.18
    Full-time personnel required for MIC, say BADC, Martens 
        8/28/75 p.3
    Approve decal program  8/28/75 p.4
    Rodeo:  Barrington event big on RCA circuit  8/28/75 p.5
    ZBA to study sign ordinance  8/28/75 p.11
    Oak Forest chief Barrington's choice  9/4/75 p.3
    Western route  9/4/75 p.3
    Sign ordinance:  merchants hope second time is the charm 
        9/4/75 p.5
    Major provisions of sign ordinace  9/4/75 p.5
    Village to hire 4 paramedics?  9/11/75 p.3
    Innovator:  citizen involvement stressed by new chief 
        9/11/75 p.5
    Street improvements:  residents given a choice by village
        board  9/11/75 p.12
    Second MIC vote is probable  9/18/75 p.3
    Village will take second look at new nursing home proposal 
        9/25/75 p.3
    Another delay for MIC plan  9/25/75 p.3
    Officials face tough decision  10/2/75 p.3
    Maiben plan agreed to by MIC group  10/2/75 p.3
    Disagree on stop sign at Hillside and Lill  10/2/75 p.16
    Village board leans toward nursing home  10/9/75 p.3
    Committee approves MIC recommendation  10/9/75 p.3
    Slow motion:  delays hinder 2 major village projects 
        10/9/75 p.5
    Paramedics ready to initiate program  10/9/75 p.5
    Have 30 days to oppose tax district  10/16/75 p.8
    Village tables nursing home vote  10/16/75 p.10
    Village okays MIC service  10/16/75 p.12
    Corner plan okay with doctors  10/23/75 p.3
    120-unit project near medical clinic  10/23/75 p.7
    Bicentennial banners endorsed by village  10/23/75 p.17
    MIC service in gear  10/30/75 p.3
    Nursing home vote tabled second time  10/30/75 p.8
    Barrington lakes beginning to disappear  11/6/75 p.3
    Village Cadillac may seek county rezoning  11/13/75 p.14
    Village, Park District slate December 2 meeting  11/20/75
        p.12
    Lakes committee has to crawl, first  11/27/75 p.12
    [Barrington Park District] Will make offer for campground 
        12/4/75 p.1
    Hough sidewalk plan draws residents' ire  12/4/75 p.6
    BACOG chief urges action on new comprehensive plan  12/4/75
        p.10
    Nursing home back to plan commission  12/11/75 p.7
    Package licenses:  only game in town  12/11/75 p.20
    Sidewalk hearing scheduled Monday  12/11/75 p.24
    Recommends approval of Cadillac plan  12/18/75 p.8
    Citizens to have say on garbage collection  12/25/75 p.3
    BACOG to request cost effective study of interceptor line 
        12/25/75 p.10
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY                                   
    Do you remember when?  6/26/75 p.23
    Railroad:  Barrington's early economic base  6/26/75 p.23
    Haeger founder began in Barrington Hills  6/26/75 p.25
    Barrington on first Chicago to Cary line  6/26/75 p.27
    Historic flight a vivid memory  7/3/75 p.3
    Village landmark  7/3/75 p.4
    Village landmark  7/10/75 p.4
    History in our own backyard  7/10/75 p.15
    Village landmark  8/21/75 p.4
    Landmark  9/4/75 p.9
    Village landmark  9/25/75 p.4
 
BEESE, CAROL                                                
    One-half work force women in Barrington  4/17/75 p.22
 
BEETHAM, STANLEY                                            
    Graham go again, Beetham undecided  7/3/75 p.8
    Beetham won't run  9/25/75 p.15
 
BELL'S APPLE ORCHARD                                        
    Landmark lost  7/17/75 p.3
    Historic Bell Orchard damaged by blaze  7/17/75 p.6
 
BEMAN, ARLENE                                               
    FISH saved my life  12/25/75 p.5
 
BENNETT, IDA                                                
    Corps traces to 1882 start  4/17/75 p.33
 
BENSON, LARRY                                               
    Welcome aboard  4/24/75 p.5
 
BERNING, KARL                                               
    Berning hits Walker's new building program  5/8/75 p.21
 
BILTMORE COUNTRY CLUB                                       
    Lighting controversy now a ZBA problem  2/27/75 p.6
    Vote set on tennis lighting controversy  5/29/75 p.5
    Both sides appeal to North Barrington voters  6/19/75 p.4
    Yes vote on lights  6/26/75 p.5
    Lighting suspense continues  7/3/75 p.3
    North Barrington oks lighting of 2 courts  7/10/75 p.4
    Club cited for septic violation  7/24/75 p.3
    Country club liquor fee hike delayed  11/27/75 p.14
    Biltmore liquor fee now $800  12/18/75 p.19
 
BLONAR MEDICAL CLINIC                                       
    120-unit project near medical clinic  10/23/75 p.7
 
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA                                       
    Double eagles  6/26/75 p.40
 
BOYCE, R.                                                   
    Village Landmark  4/17/75 p.6
 
BRANHAM, WILLIAM T.                                         
    Branham named to FNB board  7/3/75 p.11
 
BRINEY, NANCY                                               
    I could teach it, she said  5/8/75 p.16
 
BRODA, ROBERT                                               
    Concerns expressed by candidate Broda  4/10/75 p.18
 
BROWNING-FERRIS INDUSTRIES                                  
    Tank overflows, fuel dumped into lagoon  3/6/75 p.3
    Driver is dismissed by Browning-Ferris  3/13/75 p.9
    May allow expansion of Mundhank landfill  3/20/75 p.14
    South Barrington okays extension of landfill, one-year
        police pact  5/15/75 p.10
 
BURKE, THOMAS                                               
    Trooper is ambushed by 2 armed robbers  3/20/75 p.5
 
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES                                        
    Close Galleries Limited now at Barn restaurant  5/1/75 p.43
    Jay's Meat Market; Al Kruth, owner  5/22/75 p.24
    Two sportsmen jump league, open store  5/29/75 p.32
    Balloons go up near Island Lake  6/12/75 p.32
    Haeger founder began in Barrington Hills  6/26/75 p.25
    The Old West Leather Shop; Frank Mathes, owner  10/9/75 p.28
 
C.A. HEMPHILL AND ASSOCIATES                                
    1026 unit project planned  12/18/75 p.14
 
CAMPBELL, COLIN                                             
    Local youth named national champion  10/30/75 p.26
 
CAMPBELL, ROBERT                                            
    Campbell going to New York  6/5/75 p.3
 
CAPEK, ALICE                                                
    Local canoeists win marathon  6/5/75 p.22
 
CAPEK, BILL                                                 
    Local canoeists win marathon  6/5/75 p.22
 
CAPULLI, DAVID                                              
    Undecided  1/2/75 p.3
    Capulli retires after 24 years on board  2/20/75 p.10
 
CARY, ILL.                                                  
    Power line project will begin soon  3/13/75 p.3
 
CATLOW, OLIVE                                               
    Enthusiastic end to 23 years of teaching  5/15/75 p.8
 
CENTEX HOMES                                                
    Centex trial postponed  1/9/75 p.3
    Seeks time to study new Centex proposal  1/23/75 p.4
    District 220 opposes new Centex development  1/30/75 p.4
    BACOG joins school board  1/30/75 p.5
    Centex Homes trial date now February 27  2/6/75 p.12
    District 220, Centex may be court foes  3/20/75 p.6
    Knolls' decision due April 9  3/27/75 p.5
    Plan unit oks Centex development  4/17/75 p.7
    Centex proposes new plan  5/22/75 p.3
    Centex development in never-never land  6/5/75 p.3
    Re-schedule Centex case  6/26/75 p.5
    Centex plan hearing set for August 18  7/24/75 p.3
    Centex offers two-acre plan  12/11/75 p.7
 
CHERRY, BARB                                                
    Barb Cherry is selected to all-star court  7/31/75 p.3
 
CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD                           
    Barrington on fisrt Chicago to Cary line  6/26/75 p.27
    North Western freight derails in Fox River Grove  8/21/75
        p.10
    Freight derails again  11/27/75 p.18
 
CHOUKAS, JOHN                                               
    John's friends ask:  Why?  7/31/75 p.7
 
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS (STATUE)                               
    Maintenance, please  11/13/75 p.18
 
CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION                                   
    Citizens gets first donation of property  1/9/75 p.3
    Committee will set priorities tomorrow  6/19/75 p.6
    Marsh debate over  6/26/75 p.6
    Conservation group gives $1000 toward purchase of marsh 
        11/20/75 p.12
 
COACH HOUSE GAMES                                           
    Bicentennial games exclusive for firm  10/2/75 p.62
 
COCHRANE, BILL                                              
    Paramedic chief:  Angel of mercy for Barrington area 
        10/30/75 p.5
 
COLBY, DONALD H.                                            
    Assistant planner is hired by BACOG  8/28/75 p.10
 
COLE, JON                                                   
    Teens aid in solving burglary  5/1/75 p.7
 
COMBINED COUNTIES POLICE ASSOCIATION                        
    Patrolmen to seek recognition for CCPA  3/6/75 p.3
 
CONCERNED PROPERTY OWNERS, LTD.                             
    Citizens file official objection to gas line  4/3/75 p.4
    Citizens' self interest criticized by Salvino  5/1/75 p.5
 
COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    North Cook County 4-H fair this weekend  7/31/75 p.4
 
CORDOVA, LORETTA                                            
    Deprived?  Not by a long shot  2/20/75 p.5
 
CORNER CUPBOARD (RESTAURANT)                                
    Dem's da rules, baby  5/29/75 p.3
    We'll keep our liquor license:  Ten Pin owner  10/30/75 p.9
 
COUNCIL OF BARRINGTON GARDEN CLUBS                          
    New garden club may become two  4/24/75 p.31
    New garden club sets Monday panel meet  5/15/75 p.22
    New Monday garden club sets June date  5/29/75 p.39
 
COUNTRY COUSIN                                              
    Street home for shop Cousin readies Main  1/30/75 p.30
 
COUNTRY HOME AND GARDEN CLUB                                
    Silver anniversary year for gardeners  4/17/75 p.29
    Garden club marks its 25th anniversary  11/6/75 p.42
 
COUNTRYSIDE CENTER FOR THE HANDICAPPED                      
    Center for handicapped sets open house, fair  5/29/75 p.28
 
COUNTRYSIDE SCHOOL                                          
    Hallett:  no decision due on Countryside  2/27/75 p.4
    Library book documents local school production  5/8/75 p.40
    [Dr. Priscilla Matheny] resigns  7/24/75 p.3
    Mason new Countryside principal  8/21/75 p.15
 
CRAMER, KATHY                                               
    4-H royalty  9/25/75 p.27
 
CRANE, LEONARD F.                                           
    Wins special scholarship from Quaker Foundation  6/5/75 p.22
 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS                                         
    $50,000 damage in fire at Hickory Hill  1/2/75 p.2
    2 Mertens brothers surrender to attorney  1/2/75 p.3
    Panker, Jr. surrenders  1/2/75 p.4
    Mertens family indicted by grand jury  1/9/75 p.1
    Will seek federal indictments against police, county
        officials  1/9/75 p.1
    Over 100 items are identified  1/9/75 p.1
    Centex trial postponed  1/9/75 p.3
    Police to seek 10 indictments  1/16/75 p.2
    Firm to file $20 million suit against police  1/30/75 p.3
    Preliminary hearing on Wednesday  1/30/75 p.3
    Burglars surprised by woman, daughter  1/30/75 p.8
    Burglary losses at $85,829 during '74  2/6/75 p.3
    Mertens arraignment is scheduled Feb. 26  2/13/75 p.4
    2 masked bandits rob restaurant  2/20/75 p.3
    Launch effort to stamp out mailbox vandals  2/20/75 p.3
    Attempted murder trial begins Monday  3/6/75 p.8
    Stolen cat, furniture recovered  3/13/75 p.3
    Four offices in Commons burglarized  3/13/75 p.8
    Trooper is ambushed by 2 armed robbers  3/20/75 p.5
    MacRae is found guilty of 2 charges  3/20/75 p.7
    Burglary prompts school board action  4/3/75 p.5
    Police apprehend 2 in burglary at park  4/3/75 p.8
    FBI nabs U.S. Army recruiter  4/10/75 p.8
    4-6 years for MacRae  4/24/75 p.7
    Teens aid in solving burglary  5/1/75 p.7
    Crime here is up 20%  5/8/75 p.31
    Enough! [vandalism of trees]  5/15/75 p.3
    Police nab two juveniles on burglary  5/15/75 p.7
    Police apprehend two teenagers in burglary  6/5/75 p.7
    Homeowners unit to act  6/12/75 p.3
    Judge will rule on preliminary motions  7/3/75 p.7
    Police must return articles to Mertens  7/10/75 p.3
    Nab driver after high speed chase  7/10/75 p.7
    Uneventful transfer continues  7/17/75 p.7
    Fuller Brush man is sought  7/24/75 p.7
    Armed robbers get $300 in cash, clothes  9/4/75 p.7
    Lions Club rodeo signs are stolen  9/11/75 p.4
    Photo leads to arrest in burglary  9/18/75 p.7
    Police arrest 8 in theft of 1260 eggs  11/6/75/75 p.7
    Police arrest three in rustling of cattle  11/13/75 p.7
    Fast action thwarts armed robbery try  11/20/75 p.7
    Zuni Bird robbed, loss set at $27,000  11/27/75 p.7
    Mertens case, one year later  12/11/75 p.12
    Zuni Bird shop back in business  12/11/75 p.56
    Wenzel's, Time Shop jewelers are robbed  12/18/75 p.11
 
CRUMRINE, JON                                               
    Double eagles  6/26/75 p.40
 
CRYSTAL LAKE, ILL.                                          
    Whim of wind can make hare of difference [balloon
        competition]  6/12/75 p.53
 
CUBA MARSH (WETLANDS)                                       
    Purchase of marsh supported by board  4/17/75 p.10
    Deer Park supports purchase of marsh  4/24/75 p.8
    BACOG may donate money for marsh  5/1/75 p.4
    Village defers to BACOG  5/15/75 p.5
    Deer Park amends marsh endorsement  5/22/75 p.4
    More opposing marsh purchase  5/29/75 p.3
    Park board supports Hanover Hills' stand  6/12/75 p.9
    Homeowners carry plea to area agencies  6/12/75 p.10
    Committee will set priorities tomorrow  6/19/75 p.6
    Marsh debate over  6/26/75 p.6
    Hanover Hills marsh not in preserve plan  6/26/75 p.7
    Conservation group gives $1000 toward purchase of marsh 
        11/20/75 p.12
 
CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                         
    Tentative appropriation  3/27/75 p.53
    Cuba Township board oks $336,720 budget  4/17/75 p.14
    Town meetings ain't what they used to be  4/17/75 p.73
    Supervisor's report  4/24/75 p.62
    Correction to assesment roll  5/22/75 p.72
    Muslims add Cuba property to holdings  8/28/75 p.4
    Cuba to train teens in mosquito control  9/4/75 p.8
    Anderson quits Cuba town board  9/18/75 p.3
    Cuba Township reaffirms its support of BYS  9/18/75 p.14
    Cuba may withdraw from Harper district  10/23/75 p.8
 
CUZERKE, MARY                                               
    Legal secretary to run for circuit clerk spot  11/13/75 p.40
 
DAHL, ROBERT L.                                             
    Missing  5/8/75 p.7
 
DAREHSHORI, GEORGIA                                         
    Correction to story of 6/19/75   6/26/75 p.5
 
DARKEN'S FOR SPORTS                                         
    Darken's is sold  4/24/75 p.71
 
DART, EDWARD D.                                             
    Services are held for architect Edward Dart  7/17/75 p.57
 
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION                        
    July 4 bell ringing sponsored by DAR  6/26/75 p.5
 
DEER PARK, ILL.                                             
    Deer Park reduces utility tax to 2%  1/23/75 p.4
    Four villages in regional police program  2/20/75 p.3
    Launch effort to stamp out mailbox vandals  2/20/75 p.3
    Deer Park would consider annexing Draper land--Brown 
        3/6/75 p.5
    Deer Park approves one-year police pact  3/20/75 p.5
    New look coming in Deer Park  4/10/75 p.6
    Deer Park supports purchase of marsh  4/24/75 p.8
    Deer Park amends marsh endorsement  5/22/75 p.4
    Treasurer's report  5/29/75 p.14
    Sewer system a possibility in Deer Park  6/19/75 p.3
    Dissolve Deer Park cry of 65 residents  7/24/75 p.3
    Move to dissolve losing steam  8/21/75 p.17
    Dissolve Deer Park move is active again  9/18/75 p.4
    Deer Park referendum is required  10/2/75 p.3
    Deer Park referendum scheduled December 6  10/23/75 p.4
    Commission to hear furniture center plan  11/6/75 p.16
    Commission rejects furniture center plan  11/13/75 p.15
    Deer Park rejects furniture center plan  11/20/75 p.14
    Referenda:  voters to decide fate of Deer Park  12/4/75 p.1
    Deer Park remains a village by 201-27  12/11/75 p.16
    Deer Park okays mosquito program  12/18/75 p.22
 
DES PLAINES RIVER CANOE MARATHON                            
    Local canoeists win marathon  6/5/75 p.22
 
DEUSTER,DONALD E.                                           
    Deuster urges school aid through revenue sharing  6/26/75
        p.39
    Representative Deuster candidate for GOP delegate post 
        12/4/75 p.52
 
DIETRICH, GEORGE                                            
    His flock:  the people along South Cook Street  5/22/75 p.5
 
DORZWEILER, WALTER                                          
    Dorzweilers escape death in house fire  11/27/75 p.3
 
DOWNS, KAY                                                  
    Downs to run again, Allen is undecided  1/9/75 p.4
    Downs, Allen retain seats on 220 board  4/17/75 p.6
 
DRUGS AND YOUTH                                             
    Drugs:  They're readily available in Barrington  7/31/75 p.5
    Drugs:  Help is available for those who want it  8/21/75 p.5
    Treat two teenagers for drug overdose  9/25/75 p.7
 
DUCHOSSOIS, BRUCE                                           
    Mare he couldn't sell now grand champion  2/6/75 p.32
 
DUHAIME, DAWN                                               
    Announce two more pageant contestants  5/8/75 p.5
 
EASTHOPE, CAROLYN                                           
    Search for dog continues  5/22/75 p.5
 
EDUCATION                                                   
    Reading:  BHS grad, dad help kids learn in northland camp 
        3/13/75 p.14
 
ELECTIONS                                                   
    Undecided  1/2/75 p.3
    Downs to run again, Allen is undecided  1/9/75 p.4
    Most incumbant trutees plan to run again  1/16/75 p.1
    Park district asked to stage referendum  1/16/75 p.1
    Horne, Pendleton, Perille in village race  1/16/75 p.1
    Three candidates file in North Barrington  1/23/75 p.6
    Hartlaub, Pendleton endorsed by Voss  1/30/75 p.4
    Senator Graham boosts Paulson's candidacy  1/30/75 p.6
    Wood only candidate  1/30/75 p.8
    Monday filing deadline for area elections  2/6/75 p.3
    Abandon inner, outer loop plans--Perille  2/6/75 p.4
    Lipofsky files, sixth candidate for board  2/13/75 p.4
    Forrest has opposition in NB race  2/13/75 p.5
    Election lineup  2/13/75 p.7
    Home rule on ballot in South Barrington  2/20/75 p.6
    Capulli retires after 24 years on board  2/20/75 p.10
    Barrington Hills approves police tax vote  2/27/75 p.5
    Empire building criticized by Perille  2/27/75 p.7
    Seeks change in poll hours  2/27/75 p.11
    2 candidates run together  3/6/75 p.5
    School board incumbants to run again  3/20/75 p.12
    Anderson fufills campaign promise  3/20/75 p.14
    Growth, traffic campaign issues  3/27/75 p.6
    Five seek three seats in Barrington Hills  3/27/75 p.7
    11 running in North Barrington  4/3/75 p.6
    Four seeking three South Barrington seats  4/3/75 p.6
    Horne takes campaign to village residents  4/3/75 p.12
    Coffees for Hills' slate planned  4/3/75 p.12
    Tax explosion coming, warns candidate Perille  4/3/75 p.14
    Trustee must have open mind:  Voss  4/3/75 p.15
    5 vie for 2 Harper seats  4/3/75 p.20
    Area village election Tuesday  4/10/75 p.3
    Police tax rate hike referendum Tuesday  4/10/75 p.4
    Home rule on ballot in South Barrington  4/10/75 p.4
    Allen, Downs, Wertman vie for two seats on unit school
        board  4/10/75 p.5
    New look coming in Deer Park  4/10/75 p.6
    Four campaign for 3 Tower Lakes seats  4/10/75 p.6
    Four seek 3 Inverness seats  4/10/75 p.7
    Solutions to problems offered by Perille  4/10/75 p.14
    Concerns expressed by candidate Broda  4/10/75 p.18
    Horne, Perille, Lipofsky win  4/17/75 p.3
    Schurecht is upset in South Barrington  4/17/75 p.3
    Barrington Hills slate scores easy victory  4/17/75 p.4
    Home rule, police tax hike are in  4/17/75 p.4
    Downs, Allen retain seats on 220 board  4/17/75 p.6
    Election outcome a surprise?  Not really  4/24/75 p.3
    Lake Dems choose committee  6/19/75 p.37
    Graham go again, Beetham undecided  7/3/75 p.8
    Swim pool bond vote not likely this year  7/24/75 p.6
    Harper college sets $12 million vote  7/24/75 p.8
    Inverness library vote is October 11  9/18/75 p.68
    $12 million Harper referendum Saturday  9/25/75 p.3
    Beetham won't run  9/25/75 p.15
    Deer Park referendum is required  10/2/75 p.3
    Harper bond issue approved  10/2/75 p.7
    Library vote date to be set November 10  10/9/75 p.4
    Morgan seeks Dem nod in 12th district  10/9/75 p.11
    Mugalian to seek 3rd term in House  10/16/75 p.19
    Deer Park referendum scheduled December 6  10/23/75 p.4
    North Barrington tax referendum coming  10/30/75 p.3
    North Barrington tax vote planned December 6  11/13/75 p.3
    Library vote is December 13  11/13/75 p.3
    Legal secretary to run for circuit clerk spot  11/13/75 p.40
    Referenda:  voters to decide fate of Deer Park  12/4/75 p.1
    Senator Graham to seek re-election in March  12/4/75 p.22
    Representative Deuster candidate for GOP delegate post 
        12/4/75 p.52
    Barnes to run for auditor  12/4/75 p.53
    Morris, Kracower seek seats on county board  12/4/75 p.57
    Ayers will oppose Graham in primary  12/4/75 p.84
    Library vote on Saturday  12/11/75 p.8
    Deer Park remains a village by 201-27  12/11/75 p.16
    Tax increases approved  12/11/75 p.16
    LaFleur supports Winter [sic]  12/11/75 p.21
    Libertyville man to vie for circuit clerk spot  12/11/75
        p.38
    Stanley campaigns for seat in House  12/11/75 p.84
    Library construction to begin next spring  12/18/75 p.7
    Seeks to change image of lieutenant governor  12/18/75 p.28
    Laxton seeks committeeman re-election  12/18/75 p.45
 
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY                             
    Tank overflows, fuel dumped into lagoon  3/6/75 p.3
 
ESPINOZA, THOMAS                                            
    Chicago man drowns  8/28/75 p.18
 
ETON DRIVE PARK                                             
    North Barrington gets $4000 park grant  8/28/75 p.18
 
EXPERIMENT IN INTERNATIONAL LIVING                          
    Experiment proves successful  6/19/75 p.12
 
FANELLI, NICK                                               
    Trooper is ambushed by 2 armed robbers  3/20/75 p.5
 
FEIT, JIM                                                   
    Barrington man, 71, saved by paramedics  3/20/75 p.3
 
FIRES                                                       
    Blazing nightmare for family  1/2/75 p.1
    $50,000 damage in fire at Hickory Hill  1/2/75 p.2
    Horse barn razed  1/9/75 p.4
    Fire calls  1/23/75 p.12
    Suspect arson in $160,000 house blaze  10/23/75 p.4
    Dorzweilers escape death in house fire  11/27/75 p.3
 
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN                              
    Savings group sees opening this spring  1/30/75 p.30
 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK & TRUST COMPANY OF BARRINGTON           
    First National plans to move in February  1/30/75 p.30
    FNB assets increase by $6.7 million  5/22/75 p.11
    Paulson retires from FNB  6/26/75 p.51
    Branham named to FNB board  7/3/75 p.11
 
FISH (FOR I SHALL HELP)                                     
    FISH:  Organization of people helping people  12/25/75 p.5
    FISH saved my life  12/25/75 p.5
 
FITZSIMMONS, WAYNE                                          
    Dependable carriers  7/3/75 p.6
 
FLINT CREEK                                                 
    Tank overflows, fuel dumped into lagoon  3/6/75 p.3
 
FLINT, ROBERT C.                                            
    T.L.C. and a Christmas tree  12/25/75 p.6
 
FORREST, NELSON                                             
    Forrest has opposition in NB race  2/13/75 p.5
    Forrest wins in North Barrington  4/17/75 p.3
 
FOX POINT (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                
    Homeowners unit to act  6/12/75 p.3
    Fox Point residents like animals, but  9/11/75 p.4
 
FOX RIVER GROVE, ILL.                                       
    Plans 1,000-unit project near Barrington Hills  1/9/75 p.6
    North Western freight derails in Fox River Grove  8/21/75
        p.10
    Freight derails again  11/27/75 p.18
    1026 unit project planned  12/18/75 p.14
    Hemphill proposal to plan commission  12/25/75 p.18
 
FOX RIVER VALLEY BASIN                                      
    McClory urges funding of Fox Valley basin study  6/5/75 p.26
 
FRICK, WALTER                                               
    Frick receives National award  9/4/75 p.24
 
FUNK, JILL                                                  
    Jill Funk's animals entered in art show  6/19/75 p.33
 
GARDEN CLUB OF BARRINGTON                                   
    Gardeners in 50th year of beautifying  4/17/75 p.27
    Garden club notes 50th anniversary  11/6/75 p.64
 
GIESEKE, WALTER H.                                          
    Secret marriage recalled at 55th anniversary party  6/19/75
        p.32
 
GLENVIEW NAVAL AIR BASE                                     
    Lame jet shakes up area  8/21/75 p.4
 
GOETZELMAN, CAROL                                           
    Local canoeists win marathon  6/5/75 p.22
 
GOLDEN RULE [GIFT SHOP]                                     
    First in Ice House  3/6/75 p.16
 
GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL                                      
    Green head section group for hospital  2/13/75 p.16
    New hospital to aid local MIC programs  2/20/75 p.70
    Good Shepherd cost increases $8 million  3/6/75 p.4
    Good Shepherd seeks exemption  5/29/75 p.4
    Hospital decision due Friday  6/12/75 p.9
    Rejection stuns Good Shepherd officials  6/19/75 p.5
    Second hospital vies for beds  6/26/75 p.3
    Hospital waits for new data  7/3/75 p.13
    Certificate sought by hospital  7/17/75 p.3
    Variance possible for hospital  7/24/75 p.3
    Third agency shows interest in hearing  9/11/75 p.15
    One of a kind  9/18/75 p.4
    Citizens must register to testify at hearing  9/18/75 p.8
    Officials face tough decision  10/2/75 p.3
    Testimony favors Good Shepherd project  10/2/75 p.4
    Hospital vote is due tonight  10/16/75 p.3
    Consumers, providers in decision-making role  10/16/75 p.14
    Hospital group may alter plan  10/23/75 p.3
    Supporters to converge on Waukegan  10/23/765 p.8
    Hospital group seeks direction  10/30/75 p.3
    No Kane vote on hospital  10/30/75 p.3
    Resolution criticizes hospital opponents  10/30/75 p.14
    Hospital plan rejected again  11/6/75 p.3
    Boost for Good Shepherd plan  11/6/75 p.8
    Hospital plan vote is delayed  11/20/75 p.3
    CHP verdict on hospital is due today  11/27/75 p.15
    Hospital meetings to continue Dec.16  12/4/75 p.8
    Good Shepherd meet cancelled  12/11/75 p.14
    Write Walker, auxiliary urges residents  12/18/75 p.7
 
GOODMAN, KENNETH                                            
    Ken Goodman:  man with the golden touch  6/5/75 p.4
    Goodman to dedicate new organ  11/13/75 p.18
 
GORDON CLOSE GALLERIES LIMITED                              
    Close Galleries Limited now at Barn restaurant  5/1/75 p.43
 
GOVERNMENT                                                  
    Committee to discuss truck bill  3/6/75 p.12
    Student takeover of village Monday  4/3/75 p.5
    BHS students do it their way  4/17/75 p.10
    Berning hits Walker's new building program  5/8/75 p.21
    Crane joins move to repeal Congressional pay increases 
        11/6/75 p.23
 
GRAHAM, BILL                                                
    Winning football a way of life at BHS  8/28/75 p.38
 
GRAHAM, JOHN A.                                             
    Senator Graham boosts Paulson's candidacy  1/30/75 p.6
    Graham won't support accelerated building plan  4/3/75 p.52
    Graham go again, Beetham undecided  7/3/75 p.8
    Senator Graham to seek re-election in March  12/4/75 p.22
 
GRANT, PETER                                                
    Chief of police Grant resigns  4/24/75 p.3
 
GREEN, DICK                                                 
    Green head sction group for hospital  2/13/75 p.16
 
GREFFIN, KENNETH                                            
    New juvenile officer tackles big problem  12/18/75 p.18
 
GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL                                         
    First graders visit police, fire station  3/20/75 p.30
 
GUERRA, CAROLYN                                             
    She [Carolyn Guerra] blends past with present  12/4/75 p.3
 
HADASSAH [ELGIN CHAPTER]                                    
    Golden anniversary for Elgin Hadassah  6/5/75 p.33
 
HAEGER POTTERIS, INC.                                       
    Haeger founder began in Barrington Hills  6/26/75 p.25
 
HAEGER, DAVID H.                                            
    Haeger founder began in Barrington Hills  6/26/75 p.25
 
HAFFNER, JAMES P.                                           
    Bar association honors Haffner  8/21/75 p.68
 
HAGER, FRED                                                 
    Hager is named resident of the month  5/8/75 p.51
 
HALLBERG, GARY                                              
    PGA:  Hallberg's traveling trophy  8/21/75 p.59
 
HALLBERG, LAWRENCE                                          
    Pacemaker recipient leading a normal life  5/22/75 p.62
 
HALLETT, SEARS                                              
    Hallett re-elected District 220 president  4/24/75 p.5
 
HALLMAN, LINDA S.                                           
    Stolen cat, furniture recovered  3/13/75 p.3
 
HAMMER, JOSEPH                                              
    Hammer named to county ZBA  4/24/75 p.71
 
HANOVER HILLS (LAND SUBDIVISION)                            
    More opposing marsh purchase  5/29/75 p.3
    Park board supports Hanover Hills' stand  6/12/75 p.9
    Homeowners carry plea to area agencies  6/12/75 p.10
    Committee will set priorities tomorrow  6/19/75 p.6
    Marsh debate over  6/26/75 p.6
    Hanover Hills marsh not in preserve plan  6/26/75 p.7
 
HARPER COLLEGE                                              
    Enrollment at Harper defies current trend  3/20/75 p.41
    5 vie for 2 Harper seats  4/3/75 p.20
    I could teach it, she said  5/8/75 p.16
    Swim pool bond vote not likely this year  7/24/75 p.6
    Harper college sets $12 million vote  7/24/75 p.8
    $12 million Harper referendum Saturday  9/25/75 p.3
    Harper bond issue approved  10/2/75 p.7
    Cuba may withdraw from Harper district  10/23/75 p.8
 
HARTLAUB, LARRY                                             
    Hartlaub, Pendleton endorses by Voss  1/30/75 p.4
 
HARTMANN, GLEN                                              
    Crash in Barrington Hills fatal to one person  9/11/75 p.7
 
HEINEMANN, H.H., REV.                                       
    35th anniversary  5/29/75 p.5
    Congregation honors pastor  5/29/75 p.11
 
HETES, JOROSLAV "JERRY"                                     
    Freedon:  a one-way trip for 3  7/24/75 p.5
 
HETES, MILOSLAVA                                            
    Freedon:  a one-way trip for 3  7/24/75 p.5
 
HICKORY HILL SCHOOL                                         
    $50,000 damage in fire at Hickory Hill  1/2/75 p.2
 
HIGHLAND PARK HOSPITAL                                      
    Second hospital vies for beds  6/26/75 p.3
 
HILL, KERRY LEE                                             
    BHS grads are pageant contestants  5/1/75 p.13
 
HILL, LISA                                                  
    Lisa Hill new director of museum  9/18/75 p.19
 
HIMES, JOANNE                                               
    Three more will vie in 4th annual pageant  6/5/75 p.8
 
HOBERG, ROBERT A.                                           
    Hoberg seated as trustee  3/13/75 p.5
    Hoberg quits library post  7/31/75 p.3
 
HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL.                                       
    Shefner loses court decisions  4/3/75 p.61
    Plan unit oks Centex development  4/17/75 p.7
    Centex development in never-never land  6/5/75 p.3
    South Barrington eyes Hoffman paramedics  12/11/75 p.24
 
HOGGINS, EDWIN C.                                           
    News agency owner dies at age 73  4/24/75 p.71
 
HOLLENSTEINER, WANDA                                        
    Local students of piano pass national auditions  6/5/75 p.54
 
HOLTZE, HAROLD                                              
    Find body of missing employee  2/6/75 p.7
 
HOOGASIAN, JACK                                             
    Prosecutor Hoogasian will seek re-election  11/6/75 p.46
 
HOOVED ANIMAL HUMANE SOCIETY                                
    Wanted:  good homes  1/2/75 p.2
 
HORNE, TED                                                  
    Horne, Pendleton, Perille in village race  1/16/75 p.1
    Inner, outer loops opposed by Horne  3/13/75 p.10
    Horne takes campaign to village residents  4/3/75 p.12
    Horne, Perille, Lipofsky win  4/17/75 p.3
 
HORSES                                                      
    Mare he couldn't sell now grand champion  2/6/75 p.32
    Car vs. horse  6/12/75 p.7
    Riders, horses take honors at gymkhana  7/24/75 p.23
    Riding center crowns champ  8/21/75 p.60
    Horse hearing scheduled October 13  10/2/75 p.16
    Local youth named national champion  10/30/75 p.26
 
HOUGH STREET SCHOOL                                         
    Officials don't object to license  2/20/75 p.11
    Safety Town will be at Hough School  4/3/75 p.3
    Blend of Three R's and career education  6/19/75 p.10
    Correction to story of 6/19/75   6/26/75 p.5
 
HUCK, TERRY ANN                                             
    Three more will vie in 4th annual pageant  6/5/75 p.8
 
HUMMEL, RALPH                                               
    McLaughlin, Hummel resign in Barrington Hills  6/19/75 p.3
 
HUTCHINGS BARBER SHOP                                       
    They would rather switch than wait  8/28/75 p.3
 
ICE HOUSE MALL (SHOPPING CENTER)                            
    First in Ice House  3/6/75 p.16
    Re-cycling the Ice House  11/13/75 p.8
 
ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE                                     
    IBT customers get tax break  1/16/75 p.14
 
ILLINOIS HUNTER & JUMPER ASSOCIATION                        
    Riding center crowns champ  8/21/75 p.60
 
ILLINOIS STATE BAR ASSOCIATION                              
    Bar association honors Haffner  8/21/75 p.68
 
INFANT WELFARE SOCIETY OF CHICAGO                           
    Mother's wish  5/1/75 p.29
 
INVERNESS, ILL.                                             
    Inverness to remain watchdog  1/9/75 p.9
    Four villages in regional police program  2/20/75 p.3
    Inverness board tables vote on 2 developments  2/20/75 p.69
    Inverness to negotiate for police service  3/13/75 p.3
    Question May 1 start of police program  3/20/75 p.3
    Four seek 3 Inverness seats  4/10/75 p.7
    Inverness trustees approve police pact  4/10/75 p.10
    Inverness police patrol will begin May 1  4/17/75 p.3
    Inverness quiet town, says chief  4/17/75 p.73
    Inverness takes stand against interchange  4/24/75 p.25
    Library referendum okayed in Inverness  7/17/75 p.44
    Inverness library vote is October 11  9/18/75 p.68
 
ISHAK, MAMDOUH                                              
    Village will take second look at new nursing home proposal 
        9/25/75 p.3
    Ishak won't be an owner  10/9/75 p.3
    Village tables nursing home vote  10/16/75 p.10
    Corner plan okay with doctors  10/23/75 p.3
    Nursing home vote tabled second time  10/30/75 p.8
    Nursing home back to plan commission  12/11/75 p.7
 
ISHAK-VOLINI NURSING HOME                                   
    Village will take second look at new nursing home proposal 
        9/25/75 p.3
    Ishak won't be an owner  10/9/75 p.3
    Village tables nursing home vote  10/16/75 p.10
    Corner plan okay with doctors  10/23/75 p.3
    Nursing home vote tabled second time  10/30/75 p.8
    Nursing home back to plan commission  12/11/75 p.7
 
ISLAMIC TEMPLE NO. 2                                        
    Muslims add Cuba property to holdings  8/28/75 p.4
 
ISLAND LAKE, ILL.                                           
    Balloons go up near Island Lake  6/12/75 p.32
 
JAY'S MEAT MARKET                                           
    Jay's Meat Market; Al Kruth, owner  5/22/75 p.24
 
JEFFERSON ICE COMPANY                                       
    Re-cycling the Ice House  11/13/75 p.8
 
JENSON, GUNNAR                                              
    Chief Jensen resigns  5/15/75 p.3
    Tower Lakes delays police vote, chief to stay on job 
        5/22/75 p.6
 
JEWEL FOOD STORES                                           
    Barrington Jewel has best week of year  4/24/75 p.74
 
JOHNSON, CLARKE E.                                          
    Johnson takes seat on library board  9/11/75 p.58
 
JONES, BRENT L., SGT.                                       
    FBI nabs U.S. Army recruiter  4/10/75 p.8
 
JUST, WILLIAM                                               
    Seriously hurt  10/30/75 p.7
 
KAROLUS, RICHARD                                            
    Moving up the ladder  5/1/75 p.16
 
KEATING, LEE ANN                                            
    2 girls in semifinals of Aurora pageant  10/9/75 p.6
 
KEE, CHARLES                                                
    Two sportsmen jump league, open store  5/29/75 p.32
 
KELSEY ROAD HOUSE (RESTAURANT)                              
    2 masked bandits rob restaurant  2/20/75 p.3
 
KLEIN, DON                                                  
    Klein lists priorities, reviews BACOG life  1/30/75 p.61
 
KLEPPER, ROY                                                
    Klepper recipient of Chamber award  10/2/75 p.3
 
KRACOWER, ALLEN                                             
    Morris, Kracower seek seats on county board  12/4/75 p.57
 
KRADLER, ARTHUR                                             
    Laundry a protest to ordinance violation  8/21/75 p.8
 
KRUTH, AL                                                   
    Jay's Meat Market; Al Kruth, owner  5/22/75 p.24
 
KURANZ, JOHN L., DR.                                        
    Kuranz will witness launching of Apollo  7/10/75 p.6
 
KWARTA, BRUCE, DR.                                          
    Village landmark  9/25/75 p.4
 
L.F. DRAPER AND ASSOCIATES                                  
    Draper to seek county zoning?  2/13/75 p.3
    Deer Park would consider annexing Draper land--Brown 
        3/6/75 p.5
    Soil conditions not suitable for septics, Mellen tells
        Draper  3/6/75 p.6
    Forest preserve to look at Draper parcel  4/3/75 p.3
    Lake County, Draper to begin negotiations  9/11/75 p.3
 
LA BUY ESTATE                                               
    LaBuy land designated open space  12/11/75 p.17
 
LA FLEUR, LEO                                               
    LaFleur supports Winter [sic]  12/11/75 p.21
 
LAKE BARRINGTON SHORES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)            
    Lake Barrington Shores welcomes first residents  1/9/75 p.12
    Lake Barrington Shores wins wood council award  3/27/75 p.18
    Denies conflict charge  6/5/75 p.3
    Lake County board won't operate plant at Shores' project 
        6/12/75 p.4
 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                                       
    Sheriff a no-show in Lake Barrington  7/3/75 p.3
    Year end report  7/17/75 p.47
 
LAKE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    Forest preserve to look at Draper parcel  4/3/75 p.3
    Recommends $17 million bond issue  4/10/75 p.4
    $10 million bond issue is approved  4/17/75 p.6
    Purchase of marsh supported by board  4/17/75 p.10
    Deer Park supports purchase of marsh  4/24/75 p.8
    Village defers to BACOG  5/15/75 p.5
    Deer Park amends marsh endorsement  5/22/75 p.4
    More opposing marsh purchase  5/29/75 p.3
    Park board supports Hanover Hills' stand  6/12/75 p.9
    Homeowners carry plea to area agencies  6/12/75 p.10
    Committee will set priorities tomorrow  6/19/75 p.6
    Marsh debate over  6/26/75 p.6
    Hanover Hills marsh not in preserve plan  6/26/75 p.7
    Lake County, Draper to begin negotiations  9/11/75 p.3
 
LAKE COUNTY MUSEUM                                          
    Museum becomes a reality; association to elect officers 
        6/12/75 p.23
 
LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Lake County tax bills due earlier this year  1/16/75 p.2
    Denies conflict charge  6/5/75 p.3
    Lake County board won't operate plant at Shores' project 
        6/12/75 p.4
    Charges Anderson conflict  6/19/75 p.3
    Anderson answers Pederson's charges  6/26/75 p.4
    Sheriff a no-show in Lake Barrington  7/3/75 p.3
    MICU to cover 700-mile area  10/23/75 p.56
    Health plan group elicits little interest  11/27/75 p.18
    Lake County joins fight, signs NIPC contract  12/18/75 p.66
 
LAKE ZURICH, ILL.                                           
    Landmark lost  7/17/75 p.3
 
LAKES OF BARRINGTON (REAL ESTATE DELVELOPMENT)              
    Draper to seek county zoning?  2/13/75 p.3
 
LAND USE                                                    
    Position on land use released by LWV  12/18/75 p.52
 
LANGENDORF PARK                                             
    Police apprehend 2 in burglary at park  4/3/75 p.8
    FBI nabs U.S. Army recruiter  4/10/75 p.8
    Park district board considers burglar and fire alarm system
        8/21/75 p.16
 
LAW                                                         
    School bus safety:  dull subject until  1/23/75 p.38
    Bill seeks tax increase ceiling  3/20/75 p.28
    Memorial Day bill in trouble  3/27/75 p.5
    Rep. Deuster calls for study of ERA  3/27/75 p.30
    Non-smokers bill passes Illinois House  5/1/75 p.39
    Board ammends pet ordinance  8/21/75 p.78
    Sign ordinance:  merchants hope second time is the charm 
        9/4/75 p.5
    Major provisions of sign ordinace  9/4/75 p.5
    Can communities control their future?  9/4/75 p.10
    Horse hearing scheduled October 13  10/2/75 p.16
 
LAXTON, DONALD                                              
    BHS grad learns nuts 'n bolts of politics  10/9/75 p.28
    Laxton seeks committeeman re-election  12/18/75 p.45
 
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF THE BARRINGTON AREA               
    Position on land use released by LWV  12/18/75 p.52
 
LEWIS, DEBBIE                                               
    On the job  6/26/75 p.3
 
LINCOLN, DAVID                                              
    David Lincoln wins scholarship  6/5/75 p.18
 
LINGENBERG, BILL                                            
    Historic flight a vivid memory  7/3/75 p.3
 
LIPOFSKY, HAROLD                                            
    Lipofsky files, sixth candidate for board  2/13/75 p.4
    Horne, Perille, Lipofsky win  4/17/75 p.3
 
LIQUOR LAWS                                                 
    Liquor license going to Raleigh House?  2/13/75 p.6
    Officials don't object to license  2/20/75 p.11
    Liquor license expires  5/1/75 p.10
    We'll keep our liquor license:  Ten Pin owner  10/30/75 p.9
    Package licenses:  only game in town  12/11/75 p.20
 
LOCKEN, ANDY H.                                             
    Stolen cat, furniture recovered  3/13/75 p.3
 
LOCKWOOD, RICHARD H., DR.                                   
    Lockwood relives trip to China  3/20/75 p.43
 
LOEBBAKA, F.J. "RICK"                                       
    Loebbaka leaves village  4/24/75 p.3
    Will seek hearing for Loebbaka  7/10/75 p.3
 
LOOK, EDWARD C.                                             
    Celebrate anniversary of 50 years together  6/12/75 p.26
 
LUTHERN CHURCH OF THE ATONEMENT                             
    Teens aid in solving burglary  5/1/75 p.7
 
MAC RAE, JAMES                                              
    Attempted murder trial begins Monday  3/6/75 p.8
    MacRae is found guilty of 2 charges  3/20/75 p.7
    4-6 years for MacRae  4/24/75 p.7
 
MAIBEN, DEAN                                                
    Maiben plan agreed to by MIC group  10/2/75 p.3
 
MALONE, FRANK                                               
    Frank Malone retires; was farrier, policeman  5/15/75 p.14
 
MARGOT GRIMMER AMERICAN DANCE COMPANY                       
    Professional ballet in Barrington Jan. 10  1/2/75 p.19
 
MARRE, MARY                                                 
    Village appoints building inspector  7/17/75 p.4
 
MARTENS, HAROLD                                             
    Full-time personnel required for MIC, say BADC, Martens 
        8/28/75 p.3
 
MASON, WILLIAM B., MRS.                                     
    Mason new Countryside principal  8/21/75 p.15
 
MATCH POINT (TENNIS COMPLEX)                                
    Match Point decision due  4/3/75 p.8
 
MATHES, FRANK                                               
    The Old West Leather Shop; Frank Mathes, owner  10/9/75 p.28
 
MAUDE, MICHAEL                                              
    Commission to hear furniture center plan  11/6/75 p.16
 
MC CLANAHAN, KEN                                            
    Ex-grid star hurt in automobile crash  8/21/75 p.7
 
MC CLORY, ROBERT                                            
    McClory urges funding of Fox Valley basin study  6/5/75 p.26
    McClory plans campaign to encourage gardening  6/26/75 p.52
 
MC HENRY COUNTY, ILL.                                       
    MICU to cover 700-mile area  10/23/75 p.56
 
MC INTOSH, MILLIUS B.                                       
    Village landmark  7/10/75 p.4
 
MC LAUGHLIN, JOHN                                           
    McLaughlin, Hummel resign in Barrington Hills  6/19/75 p.3
 
MC NAMARA, BRIAN                                            
    Man drowns in Timberlake  7/31/75 p.6
 
MC NERNY, SHAYNE                                            
    Barrington, Fremd grads enter pageant  5/15/75 p.62
    Shayne McNerny  7/3/75 p.3
 
MCDONALDS (RESTAURANT)                                      
    McDonalds may keep arches for 5 years  1/9/75 p.2
 
MEE, CHARLES L., JR.                                        
    Mee authors major book  2/27/75 p.48
    Barrington author tells it like it was  3/27/75 p.10
 
MELROSE FARMS                                               
    Police arrest 8 in theft of 1260 eggs  11/6/75/75 p.7
 
MERONI, SHERIN                                              
    Podrazik for Meroni  5/1/75 p.5
 
MERTENS, GORDON, JR.                                        
    2 Mertens brothers surrender to attorney  1/2/75 p.3
    Mertens family indicted by grand jury  1/9/75 p.1
    Will seek federal indictments against police, county
        officials  1/9/75 p.1
    Police to seek 10 indictments  1/16/75 p.2
    Firm to file $20 million suit against police  1/30/75 p.3
    Preliminary hearing on Wednesday  1/30/75 p.3
    Mertens arraignment is scheduled Feb. 26  2/13/75 p.4
    Mertens case, one year later  12/11/75 p.12
 
MERTENS, GORDON, SR.                                        
    Will seek federal indictments against police, county
        officials  1/9/75 p.1
    Police to seek 10 indictments  1/16/75 p.2
    Judge will rule on preliminary motions  7/3/75 p.7
    Police must return articles to Mertens  7/10/75 p.3
    Uneventful transfer continues  7/17/75 p.7
    Mertens case, one year later  12/11/75 p.12
 
MERTENS, MARCELLA                                           
    Will seek federal indictments against police, county
        officials  1/9/75 p.1
    Police to seek 10 indictments  1/16/75 p.2
    Judge will rule on preliminary motions  7/3/75 p.7
    Police must return articles to Mertens  7/10/75 p.3
    Uneventful transfer continues  7/17/75 p.7
    Mertens case, one year later  12/11/75 p.12
 
MERTENS, ROBERT                                             
    2 Mertens brothers surrender to attorney  1/2/75 p.3
    Mertens family indicted by grand jury  1/9/75 p.1
    Will seek federal indictments against police, county
        officials  1/9/75 p.1
    Police to seek 10 indictments  1/16/75 p.2
    Mertens arraignment is scheduled Feb. 26  2/13/75 p.4
 
MERWIN, LINDA                                               
    Barrington, Fremd grads enter pageant  5/15/75 p.62
 
MIDUNSKY, MICHELLE                                          
    Three more will vie in 4th annual pageant  6/5/75 p.8
 
MILLER, JERI                                                
    Local canoeists win marathon  6/5/75 p.22
 
MILLER, JOE                                                 
    Local canoeists win marathon  6/5/75 p.22
 
MILLER, LARRY                                               
    Trooper is ambushed by 2 armed robbers  3/20/75 p.5
 
MILLER, PAT                                                 
    Miller-Olson place 6th in state  5/29/75 p.53
 
MISS BARRINGTON PAGEANT                                     
    Fourth pageant has 12 entrants  4/17/75 p.14
    Scholarship money helps pageant queens  4/24/75 p.61
    BHS grads are pageant contestants  5/1/75 p.13
    Announce two more pageant contestants  5/8/75 p.5
    Barrington, Fremd grads enter pageant  5/15/75 p.62
    Two more entries will vie in pageant  5/22/75 p.12
    Three more will vie in 4th annual pageant  6/5/75 p.8
    Name Miss Barrington Saturday  6/26/75 p.7
    Shayne McNerny  7/3/75 p.3
    Miss Barrington Pageant--1975  7/3/75 p.5
 
MOBILE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT                                  
    MIC unit delivery in March  1/30/75 p.3
    Village oks contracts for MIC equipment  3/13/75 p.5
    Full-time personnel required for MIC, say BADC, Martens 
        8/28/75 p.3
    Second MIC vote is probable  9/18/75 p.3
    Another delay for MIC plan  9/25/75 p.3
    Maiben plan agreed to by MIC group  10/2/75 p.3
    Committee approves MIC recommendation  10/9/75 p.3
    Paramedics ready to initiate program  10/9/75 p.5
    Village okays MIC service  10/16/75 p.12
    MICU to cover 700-mile area  10/23/75 p.56
    MIC service in gear  10/30/75 p.3
    MIC service gets state accreditation  11/13/75 p.4
    MIC service finally gets accreditation  12/11/75 p.17
 
MOOR, RUTH                                                  
    Ruth Moor receives first citizen award  5/22/75 p.4
 
MORGAN, JAY                                                 
    Morgans take home Chicago tennis title  8/21/75 p.59
 
MORGAN, ROBERT E.                                           
    Morgan seeks Dem nod in 12th district  10/9/75 p.11
 
MORGAN, STEVE                                               
    Morgans take home Chicago tennis title  8/21/75 p.59
 
MORRIS, H. DONALD                                           
    Morris, Kracower seek seats on county board  12/4/75 p.57
 
MUGALIAN, RICHARD A.                                        
    Mugalian to seek 3rd term in House  10/16/75 p.19
 
NATURAL GAS PIPELINE COMPANY OF AMERICA                     
    Residents will fight gas line installation  3/27/75 p.3
    Board in opposition, too  3/27/75 p.3
    Citizens file official objection to gas line  4/3/75 p.4
    Gas firm postpones construction  4/10/75 p.3
    Money no object in fight against pipeline  4/17/75 p.4
    Citizens' self interest criticized by Salvino  5/1/75 p.5
    Natural gas company files a new petition  5/15/75 p.6
    Board stands firm on pipeline question  5/22/75 p.5
    Barrington Hills firm in pipeline objection  6/19/75 p.6
 
NISSEN, DEAN                                                
    Village Landmark  4/17/75 p.6
 
NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    North Barrington goal:  preserve rural values  1/9/75 p.12
    Three candidates file in North Barrington  1/23/75 p.6
    Residents split over lighting controversy in North
        Barrington  2/6/75 p.8
    Forrest has opposition in NB race  2/13/75 p.5
    Four villages in regional police program  2/20/75 p.3
    Lighting controversy now a ZBA problem  2/27/75 p.6
    North Barrington not in police fold yet  4/3/75 p.3
    11 running in North Barrington  4/3/75 p.6
    Forrest wins in North Barrington  4/17/75 p.3
    Regional police vote Thursday  5/1/75 p.5
    Focus on police in North Barrington tonight  5/8/75 p.3
    North Barrington marches to different beat  5/15/75 p.5
    Vote set on tennis lighting contoversy  5/29/75 p.5
    North Barrington board approves police pact  5/29/75 p.8
    North Barrington accepted into flood program  6/12/75 p.13
    Both sides appeal to North Barrington voters  6/19/75 p.4
    Yes vote on lights  6/26/75 p.5
    Lighting suspense continues  7/3/75 p.3
    North Barrington oks lighting of 2 courts  7/10/75 p.4
    Treasurer's report  7/17/75 p.47
    Club cited for septic violation  7/24/75 p.3
    Lame jet shakes up area  8/21/75 p.4
    Laundry a protest to ordinance violation  8/21/75 p.8
    North Barrington board running out of money  8/28/75 p.3
    North Barrington police patrol to begin November 1  8/28/75
        p.8
    North Barrington gets $4000 park grant  8/28/75 p.18
    Town meeting Monday in North Barrington  10/2/75 p.10
    North Barrington in black for now  10/9/75 p.8
    North Barrington tax referendum coming  10/30/75 p.3
    North Barrington tax vote planned December 6  11/13/75 p.3
    Country club liquor fee hike delayed  11/27/75 p.14
    Tax hike sought in North Barrington  12/4/75 p.1
    Tax increases approved  12/11/75 p.16
    Biltmore liquor fee now $800  12/18/75 p.19
 
NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS PLANNING COMMISSION                   
    Barrington Hills say no to NIPC request  1/30/75 p.10
    NIPC endorses campground funds  3/13/75 p.5
    Lake County joins fight, signs NIPC contract  12/18/75 p.66
    Expect NIPC okay of plant expansion  12/25/75 p.4
 
OLD WEST LEATHER SHOP                                       
    The Old West Leather Shop; Frank Mathes, owner  10/9/75 p.28
 
OLSON, JAY                                                  
    Miller-Olson place 6th in state  5/29/75 p.53
    Pendleton and Olson prevail  6/26/75 p.53
 
OSBORN, JOHN W.                                             
    Three candidates file in North Barrington  1/23/75 p.6
 
PALATINE PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT                            
    Library referendum okayed in Inverness  7/17/75 p.44
    Inverness library vote is October 11  9/18/75 p.68
 
PALATINE, ILL.                                              
    Inverness quiet town, says chief  4/17/75 p.73
    District 220 plan may be loser for Palatine schools 
        12/11/75 p.52
 
PALERMO, PHILIP                                             
    Wins violin competition  6/12/75 p.19
 
PANKER, WILLAM, JR.                                         
    Panker, Jr. surrenders  1/2/75 p.4
    We'll keep our liquor license:  Ten Pin owner  10/30/75 p.9
    Panker opposes closing of Railroad Street  11/13/75 p.10
    Restaurant owner will sue over Railroad Street closing 
        11/20/75 p.8
 
PAPA JOE'S PIZZA (RESTAURANT)                               
    Police apprehend two teenagers in burglary  6/5/75 p.7
 
PARSLEY, LORI A.                                            
    Workman saves girl in fiery auto crash  12/4/75 p.5
 
PAULSON, DEANE                                              
    Senator Graham boosts Paulson's candidacy  1/30/75 p.6
    Staff doctored memo--Paulson  2/13/75 p.5
 
PAULSON, RUSSELL B.                                         
    Paulson retires from FNB  6/26/75 p.51
 
PEDERSEN, KEITH                                             
    Denies conflict charge  6/5/75 p.3
    Charges Anderson conflict  6/19/75 p.3
    Anderson answers Pederson's charges  6/26/75 p.4
 
PEEK, HOWARD                                                
    Oak Forest chief Barrington's choice  9/4/75 p.3
    Innovator:  citizen involvement stressed by new chief 
        9/11/75 p.5
 
PENDLETON, FRED                                             
    Horne, Pendleton, Perille in village race  1/16/75 p.1
    Hartlaub, Pendleton endorsed by Voss  1/30/75 p.4
 
PENDLETON, MIKE                                             
    Pendleton and Olson prevail  6/26/75 p.53
 
PERILLE, P. JAMES                                           
    Horne, Pendleton, Perille in village race  1/16/75 p.1
    Abandon inner, outer loop plans--Perille  2/6/75 p.4
    Empire building criticized by Perille  2/27/75 p.7
    Tax explosion coming, warns candidate Perille  4/3/75 p.14
    Solutions to problems offered by Perille  4/10/75 p.14
    Horne, Perille, Lipofsky win  4/17/75 p.3
    Perille demands cuts in budget  4/24/75 p.3
    Suggests referendum on major board votes  5/1/75 p.6
    Asks substantial changes in BACOG plan  7/10/75 p.5
    Voss, Perille clash on village, BACOG  7/31/75 p.6
    Perille stands firm on BACOG position  8/21/75 p.18
    Perille gunned down on BACOG motions  8/28/75 p.17
    Voss rips letter from Perille  10/30/75 p.4
 
PERRY, SUSAN                                                
    BHS grads are pageant contestants  5/1/75 p.13
 
PETERSON, GENE                                              
    Peterson Chamber president  12/25/75 p.3
 
PETRAKIS, HARRY MARK                                        
    Author's luncheon to feature Petrakis  4/10/75 p.27
 
PFEIFFER, HENRY                                             
    Better late than never  3/13/75 p.3
 
PHILLIP, WENIG                                              
    Village landmark  8/21/75 p.4
 
PODRAZIK, RACHAEL                                           
    Podrazik for Meroni  5/1/75 p.5
 
POLICE                                                      
    Firm to file $20 million suit against police  1/30/75 p.3
    Four villages in regional police program  2/20/75 p.3
    Police win national award  2/20/75 p.3
    Patrolmen to seek recognition for CCPA  3/6/75 p.3
    Inverness to negotiate for police service  3/13/75 p.3
    Voss agrees to meet with CCPA officials  3/13/75 p.5
    Question May 1 start of police program  3/20/75 p.3
    Deer Park approves one-year police pact  3/20/75 p.5
    North Barrington not in police fold yet  4/3/75 p.3
    Police tax rate hike referendum Tuesday  4/10/75 p.4
    Inverness trustees approve police pact  4/10/75 p.10
    Inverness police patrol will begin May 1  4/17/75 p.3
    Home rule, police tax hike are in  4/17/75 p.4
    Inverness quiet town, says chief  4/17/75 p.73
    Chief of police Grant resigns  4/24/75 p.3
    Welcome aboard  4/24/75 p.5
    Regional grant clears hurdles  5/1/75 p.3
    Regional police vote Thursday  5/1/75 p.5
    Moving up the ladder  5/1/75 p.16
    Focus on police in North Barrington tonight  5/8/75 p.3
    Chief Jensen resigns  5/15/75 p.3
    North Barrington marches to different beat  5/15/75 p.5
    South Barrington okays extension of landfill, one-year
        police pact  5/15/75 p.10
    Frank Malone retires; was farrier, policeman  5/15/75 p.14
    Tower Lakes delays police vote, chief to stay on job 
        5/22/75 p.6
    North Barrington board approves police pact  5/29/75 p.8
    Cushman, bicycles go on action block  6/12/75 p.3
    What am I bid?  6/19/75 p.5
    Police must return articles to Mertens  7/10/75 p.3
    Approval of regional law grant dies August 8  7/17/75 p.3
    Local chief a distinct possibility  7/31/75 p.6
    North Barrington police patrol to begin November 1  8/28/75
        p.8
    Oak Forest chief Barrington's choice  9/4/75 p.3
    Aldridge in line for Barrington Hills post  9/4/75 p.3
    New cop nabs four in burglary  9/11/75 p.3
    Innovator:  citizen involvement stressed by new chief 
        9/11/75 p.5
    Police department gets 3 squad cars  9/18/75 p.72
    Police chief's post offered to Aldrich  9/25/75 p.4
    New leadership: Aldrich accepts Barrington Hills challenge 
        10/2/75 p.5
    Trustees impressed  10/2/75 p.5
    Barrington Hills trustees swear in new chief  10/30/75 p.53
    Police department going to smaller vehicles  11/27/75 p.4
    New juvenile officer tackles big problem  12/18/75 p.18
    Police search, can't find mountain lion  12/18/76 p.20
 
POTENZE, THOMAS, REV.                                       
    Associate minister at United Methodist  6/26/75 p.51
 
PRATT, JOHN                                                 
    Pratt, Simond lift Legion to title  7/10/75 p.59
 
PRICE, DAVE                                                 
    Price, Z don NSC crowns; Broncos 7th  5/15/75 p.38
 
PROUTY, ELIJAH                                              
    Village Landmark  4/17/75 p.6
 
RABB, CURTISS C.                                            
    Police apprehend 2 in burglary at park  4/3/75 p.8
 
RALEIGH HOUSE (RESTAURANT)                                  
    Liquor license going to Raleigh House?  2/13/75 p.6
    Officials don't object to license  2/20/75 p.11
    Liquor license expires  5/1/75 p.10
    Landmark  9/4/75 p.9
 
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT                                     
    Centex trial postponed  1/9/75 p.3
    Plans 1,000-unit project near Barrington Hills  1/9/75 p.6
    Seeks time to study new Centex proposal  1/23/75 p.4
    District 220 opposes new Centex development  1/30/75 p.4
    BACOG joins school board  1/30/75 p.5
    Centex Homes trial date now February 27  2/6/75 p.12
    Inverness board tables vote on 2 developments  2/20/75 p.69
    District 220, Centex may be court foes  3/20/75 p.6
    Knolls' decision due april 9  3/27/75 p.5
    Plan unit oks centex development  4/17/75 p.7
    Centex proposes new plan  5/22/75 p.3
    Centex development in never-never land  6/5/75 p.3
    Re-schedule Centex case  6/26/75 p.5
    Centex plan hearing set for august 18  7/24/75 p.3
    Village will take second look at new nursing home proposal 
        9/25/75 p.3
    Ishak won't be an owner  10/9/75 p.3
    Village tables nursing home vote  10/16/75 p.10
    120-unit project near medical clinic  10/23/75 p.7
    Corner plan okay with doctors  10/23/75 p.3
    Nursing home vote tabled second time  10/30/75 p.8
    Commission to hear furniture center plan  11/6/75 p.16
    Nursing home back to plan commission  12/11/75 p.7
    Centex offers two-acre plan  12/11/75 p.7
    Hemphill proposal to plan commission  12/25/75 p.18
 
RIDING CLUB OF BARRINGTON HILLS                             
    Riding club encourages memberships; waives fee  5/8/75 p.51
 
RINGMAN, TED C.                                             
    Elect Ringman president of Bicentennial Committee  6/26/75
        p.5
 
ROADS                                                       
    St. Matthew wins street width battle  1/2/75 p.6
    Extension of Hillside remains 32 feet wide  1/16/75 p.4
    Abandon inner, outer loop plans--Perille  2/6/75 p.4
    Residents split over lighting controversy in North
        Barrington  2/6/75 p.8
    Tollway will stop at I-90  2/20/75 p.47
    Proposes resurfacing of Route 59  2/27/75 p.5
    Inner, outer loops opposed by Horne  3/13/75 p.10
    Inner loop plan concerns school board  3/20/75 p.6
    Underpass proposal is delayed one year  3/27/75 p.3
    Northwest street work should begin soon  4/24/75 p.8
    Inverness takes stand against interchange  4/24/75 p.25
    St. Anne opposes loop plan  5/22/75 p.10
    Street improvemnets back on the agenda  5/29/75 p.10
    Motorists use Hough, survey shows  6/12/75 p.8
    Tollway bill passes, sent to Governor Walker  6/19/75 p.39
    Village to get parking, street grant  7/3/75 p.4
    Request 4-way stop at Hillside and Lill  7/17/75 p.4
    Truck drivers leave no stone unturned  8/28/75 p.16
    Western route  9/4/75 p.3
    Western Avenue work to start next summer  9/4/75 p.4
    Street improvements:  residents given a choice by village
        board  9/11/75 p.12
    State awards pact to Route 59 work  9/11/75 p.13
    Disagree on stop sign at Hillside and Lill  10/2/75 p.16
    Relief in sight for west-end residents  10/30/75 p.16
    Panker opposes closing of Railroad Street  11/13/75 p.10
    Restaurant owner will sue over Railroad Street closing 
        11/20/75 p.8
    Construction of sidewlak is delayed  11/20/75 p.15
    Hough sidewalk plan draws residents' ire  12/4/75 p.6
    Lake-Cook extension opposed by BACOG  12/4/75 p.20
    Sidewalk hearing scheduled Monday  12/11/75 p.24
    Committee to study safety of crossing  12/18/75 p.8
 
RODEO COWBOYS ASSOCIATION                                   
    Rodeo:  Barrington event big on RCA circuit  8/28/75 p.5
 
RODEOS                                                      
    Days of ups 'n downs for rodeo cowboys  9/11/75 p.26
 
RODGERS, CHIP                                               
    Japan becomes youth's home away from home  6/19/75 p.40
 
ROLF CAMPBELL AND ASSOCIATES                                
    Soil conditions not suitable for septics, Mellen tells
        Draper  3/6/75 p.6
 
ROOS, ERIK                                                  
    Roos elected library president  1/9/75 p.3
    Laundry a protest to ordinance violation  8/21/75 p.8
 
ROSLYN ROAD SCHOOL                                          
    Multi-age presentation at Roslyn  10/2/75 p.8
    Committee to study safety of crossing  12/18/75 p.8
 
RUHLIN, MICHELE                                             
    Announce two more pageant contestants  5/8/75 p.5
 
RUTH, THOMAS                                                
    Parking subject of suit against village  2/27/75 p.3
    Village appeals defeat  2/27/75 p.3
 
SAFETY TOWN                                                 
    Safety Town coming to village this summer  1/23/75 p.3
    Safety Town top of Thursday meeting  2/13/75 p.8
    First Safety Town class to be June 17  2/27/75 p.6
    Safety Town gets 8 buildings, 3 cars  3/20/75 p.10
    Safety Town to get cash from village  3/27/75 p.5
    Safety Town will be at Hough School  4/3/75 p.3
    First Safety Town class starts Monday  6/12/75 p.6
 
SALVATION ARMY                                              
    Christmas angel of the area  12/25/75 p.8
 
SALVINO, S.M.                                               
    Citizens' self interest criticized by Salvino  5/1/75 p.5
 
SANDMAN, H.C.P.                                             
    Village landmark  3/27/75 p.12
 
SANITARY LANDFILLS                                          
    [South Barrington] May allow expansion of Mundhank landfill
        3/20/75 p.14
    South Barrington okays extension of landfill, one-year
        police pact  5/15/75 p.10
    BACOG will appeal decision on landfills  10/9/75 p.15
    Court strips towns of landfill controls  11/6/75 p.12
 
SAVE OUR LAKES COMMITTEE                                    
    Barrington lakes beginning to disappear  11/6/75 p.3
    Lakes committee has to crawl, first  11/27/75 p.12
 
SAVOY, MARY                                                 
    Students search for their roots  4/17/75 p.5
    Unique experience  4/17/75 p.5
 
SCHAEFER, DEAN                                              
    Dependable carriers  7/3/75 p.6
 
SCHENZUNBGER, WINI                                          
    One of a kind  9/18/75 p.4
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 15                                          
    District 220 plan may be loser for Palatine schools 
        12/11/75 p.52
 
SCHOOLS                                                     
    Deuster urges school aid through revenue sharing  6/26/75
        p.39
 
SCHOPEN, PETER                                              
    Go fly a kite?  Sure he will!  9/11/75 p.40
 
SCHULZ, KARL H.                                             
    Three candidates file in North Barrington  1/23/75 p.6
 
SCHURECHT, FRED                                             
    Schurecht is upset in South Barrington  4/17/75 p.3
 
SCHWEMM, EARL                                               
    Undecided  1/2/75 p.3
 
SHEFNER, NATHAN                                             
    Shefner loses court decisions  4/3/75 p.61
 
SHOOK, NANCY                                                
    Two more entries will vie in pageant  5/22/75 p.12
 
SIMOND, ROB                                                 
    Pratt, Simond lift Legion to title  7/10/75 p.59
 
SMIDDY, KERMIT                                              
    Two sportsmen jump league, open store  5/29/75 p.32
 
SMITH, KIRBY                                                
    Kirby Smith:  100 percent coach  6/26/75 p.55
 
SOLEM, G. ALAN                                              
    Three years of study funded by grant  10/16/75 p.58
 
SORENSEN, HOWARD C.                                         
    Fox Point man killed in crash  2/20/75 p.68
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Centex trial postponed  1/9/75 p.3
    Seeks time to study new Centex proposal  1/23/75 p.4
    District 220 opposes new Centex development  1/30/75 p.4
    Centex Homes trial date now February 27  2/6/75 p.12
    Home rule on ballot in South Barrington  2/20/75 p.6
    May allow expansion of Mundhank landfill  3/20/75 p.14
    District 220, Centex may be court foes  3/20/75 p.6
    Knolls' decision due April 9  3/27/75 p.5
    Four seeking three South Barrington seats  4/3/75 p.6
    Shefner loses court decisions  4/3/75 p.61
    Home rule on ballot in South Barrington  4/10/75 p.4
    Home rule, police tax hike are in  4/17/75 p.4
    Plan unit oks Centex development  4/17/75 p.7
    South Barrington okays extension of landfill, one-year
        police pact  5/15/75 p.10
    Centex proposes new plan  5/22/75 p.3
    Centex plan hearing set for August 18  7/24/75 p.3
    Centex offers two-acre plan  12/11/75 p.7
    South Barrington eyes Hoffman paramedics  12/11/75 p.24
 
SOUTHGATE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                         
    Southgate:  variety of problems stalls major projects 
        9/25/75 p.5
    History of Southgate  9/25/75 p.5
 
SPENCER OTIS FARM                                           
    History of creamery presented to society  2/20/75 p.23
 
SPRENGER, PAUL                                              
    Barrington man, 71, saved by paramedics  3/20/75 p.3
 
SPREYER, FRANK                                              
    College honors Spreyer  11/6/75 p.61
 
ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH                                    
    Goodman to dedicate new organ  11/13/75 p.18
 
ST. ANNE SCHOOL                                             
    Classroom television in focus with young  2/27/75 p.5
    Inner loop plan concerns school board  3/20/75 p.6
    Learning experience  4/3/75 p.52
    St. Anne opposes loop plan  5/22/75 p.10
 
ST. MATTHEW LUTHERAN CHURCH                                 
    St. Matthew wins street width battle  1/2/75 p.6
    35th anniversary  5/29/75 p.5
    Congregation honors pastor  5/29/75 p.11
 
ST. PAUL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST                            
    Anderson home was church school  3/20/75 p.8
 
STANLEY, ROGER C.                                           
    Stanley campaigns for seat in House  12/11/75 p.84
 
STEPHENSON, DICK                                            
    Rodeo:  Barrington event big on RCA circuit  8/28/75 p.5
 
STROH, PHILIP, JR.                                          
    Body in Florida former resident  6/26/75 p.69
 
STRORIGI, KATHY                                             
    Girl killed; youth sends 2 cops to hospital  1/2/75 p.2
 
STURWOLD, TAMI                                              
    2 girls in semifinals of Aurora pageant  10/9/75 p.6
 
SUGDEN, BARBARA                                             
    Barb Sugden named Barrington librarian  4/24/75 p.4
    New librarian sees her job a challenge  5/8/75 p.4
 
SVACHA, ROBERTA                                             
    Three candidates file in North Barrington  1/23/75 p.6
 
SWANSON, LOUISE                                             
    Corps traces to 1882 start  4/17/75 p.33
 
SWANSON, RICHARD                                            
    Blazing nightmare for family  1/2/75 p.1
 
TAE FOOD MART                                               
    TAE Food Mart's grand opening today  4/17/75 p.8
 
TAXATION                                                    
    Bill seeks tax increase ceiling  3/20/75 p.28
    Tax explosion coming, warns candidate Perille  4/3/75 p.14
    Home rule, police tax hike are in  4/17/75 p.4
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                            
    Barrington Hills approves police tax vote  2/27/75 p.5
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.                                  
    Establish taxing district  5/15/75 p.3
    Taxing district [map]  5/15/75 p.5
    Homeowners may object to tax district  8/28/75 p.12
    Have 30 days to oppose tax district  10/16/75 p.8
 
TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Missing:  $1 million in school district funds  5/1/75 p.3
    They found it  5/8/75 p.8
 
TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                               
    Assessment roll  2/6/75 p.55
    Correction to assessment roll  5/22/75 p.72
    Delinquent tax list  12/18/75 p.87
 
TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Lake County tax bills due earlier this year  1/16/75 p.2
 
TAXATION--NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                            
    North Barrington tax referendum coming  10/30/75 p.3
    Tax hike sought in North Barrington  12/4/75 p.1
    Tax increases approved  12/11/75 p.16
    Biltmore liquor fee now $800  12/18/75 p.19
 
TAXATION--TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                 
    Tower Lakes oks vehicle sticker tax  5/22/75 p.5
 
TECHNICAL PUBLISHING COMPANY                                
    Dem's da rules, baby  5/29/75 p.3
 
TEN PIN BOWL                                                
    Panker, Jr. surrenders  1/2/75 p.4
    We'll keep our liquor license:  Ten Pin owner  10/30/75 p.9
    Panker opposes closing of Railroad Street  11/13/75 p.10
    Restaurant owner will sue over Railroad Street closing 
        11/20/75 p.8
 
THOMAS, HARRY                                               
    Libertyville man to vie for circuit clerk spot  12/11/75
        p.38
 
THRAILKILL, ELSBETH                                         
    From mountain slopes to O'Hare airport  1/16/75 p.3
 
THRELKELD, RICHARD                                          
    Threlkeld flees Saigon  5/1/75 p.3
 
TIME SHOP                                                   
    Wenzel's, Time Shop jewelers are robbed  12/18/75 p.11
 
TOLTIN, AMBER                                               
    Near tragedy  9/11/75 p.7
 
TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                           
    Tower Lakes to watch expenses during 1975  1/9/75 p.4
    Four campaign for 3 Tower Lakes seats  4/10/75 p.6
    Chief Jensen resigns  5/15/75 p.3
    Tower Lakes oks vehicle sticker tax  5/22/75 p.5
    Tower Lakes delays police vote, chief to stay on job 
        5/22/75 p.6
    Appropriations  6/12/75 p.66
    Tower Lakes defers decision of pet law  7/24/75 p.10
    Board ammends pet ordinance  8/21/75 p.78
    Amendment of appropriation ordinance  8/28/75 p.71
 
TOWN SHOPPE                                                 
    Village landmark  7/3/75 p.4
 
TRAN, HIEN DUC                                              
    Vietnamese family escapes Cong grasp  11/27/75 p.5
 
TRANSPORTATION                                              
    Bus plan is ready for seniors  1/30/75 p.12
    Okay bus program for senior citizens  2/13/75 p.5
    Senior bus service will begin April 15  3/27/75 p.4
    Seniors bus program to begin Wednesday  4/10/75 p.8
    Bus program a bust so far  4/24/75 p.6
    Village expands bus program  5/8/75 p.71
    Barrington on first Chicago to Cary line  6/26/75 p.27
    Senior bus plan is dead  7/17/75 p.4
    Approve decal program  8/28/75 p.4
    Slow motion:  delays hinder 2 major village projects 
        10/9/75 p.5
 
TRAXLER, CHUCK                                              
    Double eagles  6/26/75 p.40
 
TROUP, ROBERT                                               
    Teens survive crash  3/13/75 p.8
 
TROUP, RONALD                                               
    Teens survive crash  3/13/75 p.8
 
TRUCKENBROD, THOMAS                                         
    In fair condition  3/13/75 p.5
 
TUMAN, JAMES                                                
    Nab driver after high speed chase  7/10/75 p.7
 
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE                                
    Post office changeover continues  5/29/75 p.7
    Dependable carriers  7/3/75 p.6
    Postal survey to determine patron needs  7/17/75 p.10
    Post office looking for new home  9/18/75 p.3
    First class mail getting better service  10/16/75 p.19
 
VAN GORDER, A.K.                                            
    Village landmark  9/25/75 p.4
 
VAN HAGEN, GEORGE                                           
    Van Hagen re-elected youth services head  6/5/75 p.10
 
VAN STEEN, LINDA                                            
    Two more entries will vie in pageant  5/22/75 p.12
 
VELLEUER, HELEN                                             
    Local students of piano pass national auditions  6/5/75 p.54
 
VILLAGE CADILLAC                                            
    Village Cadillac may seek county rezoning  11/13/75 p.14
    Recommends approval of Cadillac plan  12/18/75 p.8
 
VILLAGE CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                                
    Drainage woes cloud annexation of church  5/29/75 p.4
    For new addition  11/13/75 p.4
 
VITALE, PHILIP H.                                           
    Another book for Dr. Vitale  10/30/75 p.45
 
VOLINI, FREDERICK                                           
    Village will take second look at new nursing home proposal 
        9/25/75 p.3
    Ishak won't be an owner  10/9/75 p.3
    Village tables nursing home vote  10/16/75 p.10
    Corner plan okay with doctors  10/23/75 p.3
    Nursing home vote tabled second time  10/30/75 p.8
    Nursing home back to plan commission  12/11/75 p.7
 
VORLOP, FREDERIC                                            
    Wisconsin educator assistant superintendent  11/20/75 p.4
 
VOSS, FRED                                                  
    Hartlaub, Pendleton endorsed by Voss  1/30/75 p.4
    Voss agrees to meet with CCPA officials  3/13/75 p.5
    Trustee must have open mind:  Voss  4/3/75 p.15
    Voss, Perille clash on village, BACOG  7/31/75 p.6
    Voss rips letter from Perille  10/30/75 p.4
 
WALLISCH, JOHN                                              
    New cop nabs four in burglary  9/11/75 p.3
 
WALTER, DUANE                                               
    LaFleur supports Winter [sic]  12/11/75 p.21
 
WARNER, KAREN                                               
    Rollover  11/6/75 p.7
 
WATER QUALITY                                               
    Slow motion:  delays hinder 2 major village projects 
        10/9/75 p.5
    BACOG endorses expansion of plant  12/4/75 p.14
    Expect NIPC okay of plant expansion  12/25/75 p.4
 
WATSON, JULIE ANN                                           
    Police apprehend two teenagers in burglary  6/5/75 p.7
 
WAUCONDA CHEESE FACTORY                                     
    Many seasons age red cheese factory  6/26/75 p.26
 
WAUCONDA, ILL.                                              
    Savings group sees opening this spring  1/30/75 p.30
    Trooper is ambushed by 2 armed robbers  3/20/75 p.5
    Many seasons age red cheese factory  6/26/75 p.26
 
WEISS, HARVEY                                               
    Barrington man, 71, saved by paramedics  3/20/75 p.3
 
WELCH, JOSEPH                                               
    Town meetings ain't what they used to be  4/17/75 p.73
 
WENZEL'S JEWELRY                                            
    Wenzel's, Time Shop jewelers are robbed  12/18/75 p.11
 
WHAMOND, VICKI LYNN                                         
    BHS senior wins Quaker scholarship  6/5/75 p.11
 
WHITE, PHILIP                                               
    AFS student finds luxury, fun in U.S.  11/13/75 p.5
 
WILLIAM JACOBS II AND ASSOCIATES                            
    Firm to file $20 million suit against police  1/30/75 p.3
 
WILLIAMS, KEN                                               
    Williams president of park district board  4/17/75 p.12
 
WILSON, PATRICIA S.                                         
    Daughter of local couple national award nominee  11/6/75
        p.22
 
WIND WIZARD, LTD.                                           
    Balloons go up near Island Lake  6/12/75 p.32
 
WINSTON KNOLLS (LAND SUBDIVISION)                           
    Centex trial postponed  1/9/75 p.3
    Seeks time to study new Centex proposal  1/23/75 p.4
    District 220 opposes new Centex development  1/30/75 p.4
    BACOG joins school board  1/30/75 p.5
    Centex Homes trial date now February 27  2/6/75 p.12
    District 220, Centex may be court foes  3/20/75 p.6
    Knolls' decision due April 9  3/27/75 p.5
    Plan unit oks Centex development  4/17/75 p.7
    Centex proposes new plan  5/22/75 p.3
    Centex development in never-never land  6/5/75 p.3
    Re-schedule Centex case  6/26/75 p.5
    Centex plan hearing set for August 18  7/24/75 p.3
    Centex offers two-acre plan  12/11/75 p.7
 
WITT, LAURA                                                 
    Retired teacher still thinking about school  9/4/75 p.38
 
WOLFE, GENE                                                 
    [Gene Wolfe] Previews his book  6/26/75 p.50
 
WOLLNEY, FRANK                                              
    4-H royalty  9/25/75 p.27
 
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS                                        
    Corps traces to 1882 start  4/17/75 p.33
 
WOOD, JOHN                                                  
    Wood will run again  1/2/75 p.2
    Wood only candidate  1/30/75 p.8
 
WOOD, MARY                                                  
    Mary Wood wins DAR good citizenship award  1/23/75 p.6
 
WYATT, J. FRANK                                             
    Wyatt resigns  1/2/75 p.1
 
YAPP, JEFF                                                  
    Yapp heads slalom field  4/3/75 p.49
 
YENNE, ANNE                                                 
    Puppets and children fill a void in her life  6/12/75 p.5
 
YOCHUM, JEFF                                                
    Yochum top 10 national cyclist  4/10/75 p.62
 
ZAPATA, ROBERT                                              
    Group appoints youth director  1/23/75 p.3
    Zapata assumes role as catalyst  1/23/75 p.5
 
ZIESSOW, SCOTT                                              
    Fast action thwarts armed robbery try  11/20/75 p.7
 
ZILKOWSKI, RON                                              
    Price, Z don NSC crowns; Broncos 7th  5/15/75 p.38
 
ZINK, KARL                                                  
    Wildlife welcome at 35 Sunset Road  7/31/75 p.3
 
ZITO, KATHY                                                 
    They would rather switch than wait  8/28/75 p.3
 
ZOERN, HELEN                                                
    Village landmark  3/27/75 p.12
 
ZONING                                                      
    McDonalds may keep arches for 5 years  1/9/75 p.2
    Appoint 3 residents to advisory boards  1/16/75 p.4
    Draper to seek county zoning?  2/13/75 p.3
    Staff doctored memo--Paulson  2/13/75 p.5
    Lighting controversy now a ZBA problem  2/27/75 p.6
    Shefner loses court decisions  4/3/75 p.61
    Plan unit oks Centex development  4/17/75 p.7
    Hammer named to county ZBA  4/24/75 p.71
    Library rezoning meet set  6/12/75 p.4
    Decision a warning to BACOG members  7/3/75 p.6
    Village board okays rezoning for library  7/17/75 p.12
    ZBA to study sign ordinance  8/28/75 p.11
    Village Cadillac may seek county rezoning  11/13/75 p.14
 
ZUNI BIRD                                                   
    Zuni Bird robbed, loss set at $27,000  11/27/75 p.7
    Zuni Bird shop back in business  12/11/75 p.56

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