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Barrington Courier-Review Index 1974

4-H CLUBS                                                   
    Cook County 4-H clubs to present oldtime fair  7/11/74 p.19
    Cook County 4-H Club Fair opens here Friday  7/25/74 p.10
    Annual 4-H Fair held at KC Hall  8/1/74 p.11
    Barrington 4-Hers win national awards  12/12/74 p.8
 
ABBOTT, GORDON                                              
    Attorney challenges Voss in application for liquor license 
        8/29/74 p.4
 
ACCIDENTS                                                   
    Koske founder dies  1/17/74 p.6
    Head-on crash  3/14/74 p.5
    Nine teens injured in head-on crash  6/6/74 p.5
    "Dangerous" river claims Barrington boy  6/20/74 p.1
    Blast mars installation  6/27/74 p.15
    Salmon River claims second local resident  6/27/74 p.1
    Homemade aircraft grounded by heat  7/18/74 p.3
    Survives crash  7/18/74 p.1
    Dog guards dead masters  9/19/74 p.5
    Mass tomorrow for Mrs. Schultz  11/7/74 p.6
    Save accident victim  12/12/74 p.1
    Seriously hurt  12/26/74 p.4
 
ACCUOSTI, WILLIAM V.                                        
    Accuosti files for library seat  2/7/74 p.41
 
ACTORS                                                      
    "Absence of a Cello" BHS freshman play  3/7/74 p.4
    "Lovers, Other Strangers" stars Barrington residents 
        4/4/74 p.18
    Curtain to rise soon for Country Players comedy  4/11/74
        p.22
    Theater group ably fills community need  4/25/74 p.8
    Two performances of "Hobbit" at BHS  5/9/74 p.3
    Country Players comedy to open here next month  7/11/74 p.20
 
ACTRESSES                                                   
    Visits "Barn"  5/9/74 p.2
    Local actress to perform in Pennsylvania  8/1/74 p.22
 
ADAMS, AL                                                   
    "Super Soph" in state meet  2/28/74 p.10
 
AGED                                                        
    Mini-bus for senior citizens a possibility  7/11/74 p.6
    Seniors "Information Day" Sept. 9 at park  8/29/74 p.1
    Hartigan urges unity among senior citizens  9/12/74 p.3
 
AIR PILOTS                                                  
    Plan balloon port in Fox River Grove  1/17/74 p.4
 
AIRPLANES                                                   
    Homemade aircraft grounded by heat  7/18/74 p.3
    Survives crash  7/18/74 p.1
 
ALGONQUIN, ILL.                                             
    53-year history ends in Algonquin blaze  12/5/74 p.6
 
ALTEMARA, AMY                                               
    Amy Altemara fills vacancy  12/5/74 p.8
 
ALUMNI ARTISTS' CONCERT                                     
    Alumni Artists' Concert Sunday  4/25/74 p.15
    Alumni Artists Concert "made the sun shine"  5/2/74 p.22
 
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE                                      
    My greatest adventure, says exchange student  7/4/74 p.4
    AFS benefits both family and Turkish student  7/25/74 p.20
 
ANDERSON, C. RICHARD                                        
    Anderson joins Smith, Graham in county race  2/28/74 p.3
    Nine platform points listed by Anderson  2/28/74 p.8
    Must watch growth: candidate Anderson  3/7/77 p.6
    Cuba GOP endorses Anderson  3/14/74 p.2
    Growth a key issue in county board race  10/24/74 p.12
 
ANDERSON, CARL O.                                           
    FNB names Anderson chairman of the board  5/30/74 p.4
 
ANIMALS                                                     
    Bartlett developer has deer feeding program  1/17/74 p.2
    Varied Thrush finds home with Zieglers  4/4/74 p.2
    Dog guards dead masters  9/19/74 p.5
    Mountain lion finds local menu appealing  9/19/74 p.1
    Blessing of the hounds planned Sunday afternoon  10/3/74
        p.14
    Organize search for mountain lion and cub  10/3/74 p.1
    Sees cat in driveway  10/10/74 p.3
    Board barks back  10/24/74 p.14
    Deer Park bite worse than bark  12/19/74 p.13
 
ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF                                       
    The SPCA: people who care  10/10/74 p.49
 
ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)                           
    Annexation hearing set in Lake Barrington  2/7/74 p.1
    Annexation decision to be aired March 5  2/28/74 p.9
    Lake Barrington defers action on tennis complex  3/7/74 p.2
    Board okays annexation of apple orchard  7/25/74 p.2
    Village could increase by 2300  7/25/74 p.7
 
ANNIVERSARIES                                               
    Former residents married 65 years  1/17/74 p.20
    Surprise party honors couple  1/24/74 p.40
    Puffers mark 50th anniversary  2/21/74 p.16
    Party to mark 50 years  5/2/74 p.25
    Couple to mark 50 years  6/6/74 p.22
    50th anniversary  6/27/74 p.4
    Mabel, Clarence Witthans mark 50 years together  7/18/74
        p.20
    Cochran 50th anniversary brings children together  10/17/74
        p.21
    Abe Benders celebrate their fifty years together  11/21/74
        p.20
 
ANTIQUES                                                    
    Copper plus creativity equals craftsmanship  6/27/74 p.3
 
ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO                                    
    Community associates plan extensive programs  1/17/74 p.20
 
ARTISTS                                                     
    Action "untimely, unfair," 224 board head charges  2/14/74
        p.10
    Barrington student artists take exhibition honors  2/28/74
        p.12
    List BHS place awards in Scholastic exhibition  3/7/74 p.18
    His pen breathes life into Dr. Rex Morgan  4/11/74 p.3
    Six BHS students receive art awards  5/23/74 p.11
    Ruth Gavett's painting Best Barrington Scene  8/29/74 p.19
    Artist captures a child's view of nature  10/3/74 p.32
 
AUTHORS                                                     
    World War I subject of Gies' latest book  6/20/74 p.34
 
AUTOMOBILE RACING                                           
    Bill Webbe races into spotlight  7/18/74 p.53
    Costello wins regional race  8/15/74 p.12
 
AUTOMOBILES                                                 
    Santa's alive and well, driving a 1911 Knox  12/5/74 p.1
 
AVILA, KIKO                                                 
    My greatest adventure, says exchange student  7/4/74 p.4
 
BACKSTROM, RALPH                                            
    Cougars, Backstrom make suburban debut  5/2/74 p.8
 
BAKER, STEVE                                                
    Summer of '74: crisis engulfs Capitol Hill  8/29/74 p.3
 
BARN OF BARRINGTON (RESTAURANT)                             
    "Inn of the Barn" hearing Jan. 23  1/17/74 p.3
    "Luxury inn" gets reservation  1/31/74 p.1
    Visits "Barn"  5/9/74 p.2
 
BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                         
    Chamber meeting topic: "motivation"  1/17/74 p.6
    Village defers action on solicitors ordinance  1/17/74 p.4
    Industries consider busing of employees  2/14/74 p.2
    Chamber forum on RTA planned Thursday  2/21/74 p.1
    Gas dealers: caught in middle  2/21/74 p.1
    Housing topic of Chamber meeting  3/21/74 p.1
    Collection, credit topic of next Chamber meeting  4/18/74
        p.8
    Membership drive opened by Chamber  4/18/74 p.1
    Backs taxing district for snow removal  4/25/74 p.1
    Chamber committee studies survey plan  4/25/74 p.2
    Area Chambers band together  5/2/74 p.1
    Hawaii next stop for Chamber of Commerce  5/30/74 p.6
    Chamber membership approaches 300 mark  6/27/74 p.61
    OK landscape design for business district  7/11/74 p.6
    Annual dinner dance to feature Thompson  8/29/74 p.2
    Chamber entertains 24 new members  8/29/74 p.10
    Name change for Chamber  8/29/74 p.5
    Chamber dinner-dance successful  9/19/74 p.19
    Halloween time limit proposed  9/26/74 p. 1
    Special Halloween week scheduled by Chamber  10/17/74 p.4
    Stand up for business Chamber meeting topic  10/17/74 p.7
    Spooktacular week planned by Chamber  10/24/74 p.2
    Chamber to oppose parking proposal?  11/14/74 p.1
    Improvements plan reviewed [business district]  11/14/74 p.1
    Lageschulte Chamber president  12/26/74 p.3
 
BARRINGTON AREA CHURCH WOMEN UNITED                         
    Celebration to focus on goals of women  10/24/74 p.21
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                      
    Hoffman Estates board eyes BACOG  1/31/74 p.3
    Defers vote on housing chapter  2/7/74 p.8
    Hoffman defers action on BACOG  2/7/74 p.1
    Regional police force?  Not yet: Klein  2/14/74 p.1
    Can police agree on program for region?  2/21/74 p.2
    BACOG gets housing statistics  2/28/74 p.8
    Tower Lakes oks 3 BACOG ordinances  3/21/74 p.4
    BACOG to study 911; village has own plan  3/28/74 p.1
    BACOG, Barrington Hills oppose driver test station  4/4/74
        p.4
    Barrington Hills board rejects traveling manager  4/4/74 p.3
    Officials warn: housing needs must be met  4/4/74 p.1
    Traveling manager "go" for full year  4/4/74 p.4
    State proceeds with plans for testing station  4/11/74 p.53
    BACOG celebrates 4th birthday  4/18/74 p.1
    Ordinance adoption important: committee  4/18/74 p.6
    Won't receive NIPC money for manager  4/18/74 p.1
    Manager program dies  5/2/74 p.3
    BACOG fee increase questioned by board  5/23/74 p.2
    Re-elect Wagner BACOG head  5/30/74 p.3
    BACOG will seek rehearing  6/13/74 p.6
    North Barrington Association challenges BACOG  6/20/74 p.6
    BACOG mum on Draper  6/27/74 p.1
    Seeks county funds for junior planner  7/4/74 p.2
    BACOG gets $15,000 grant  7/18/74 p.2
    ICC orders dismissal of DiMucci petition  7/18/74 p.4
    BACOG to hear Draper proposal Tuesday  7/25/74 p.1
    Bartlett battle isn't over, says Cameron  7/25/74 p.10
    BACOG-Centex: Round 3  8/1/74 p.3
    Strategy meet is postponed  8/15/74 p.4
    BACOG in line for $150,000 police grant  8/22/74 p.1
    New plan includes only 3 BACOG ordinances  8/22/74 p.17
    Will discuss increase in BACOG fee  8/22/74 p.3
    BACOG endorses regional police plan  8/29/74 p.3
    BACOG opposes Draper  8/29/74 p.1
    No commitment on higher BACOG fee  8/29/74 p.4
    Incinerator burns BACOG chief  9/5/74 p.8
    "Big Brother" laws rapped by Graham  9/19/74 p.11
    Late arrival gets BACOG off the ground  9/26/74 p.9
    Centex trial postponed  10/3/74 p.5
    BACOG takes stand with governor's veto  10/31/74 p.15
    Board okays leasing of 1st "moderate" unit  11/14/74 p.4
    Centex trial postponed  11/14/74 p.2
    Inverness opposes Draper development  11/14/74 p.4
    Receive $15,000 grant  11/21/74 p.12
    911 task force ready to move  12/5/74 p.1
    Oks BACOG intervention  12/26/74 p.3
    Supports new assessment plan  12/26/74 p.10
    Year of maturity for BACOG  12/26/74 p.5
 
BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL                         
    BADC specs committee to meet tonight  1/3/74 p.5
    Firemen receive committee nod  1/10/74 p.1
    Committee's choice opposed by 2 members  1/17/74 p.1
    Decision on MIC due Monday  1/17/74 p.1
    Questions raised by Delta owner  1/17/74 p.1
    Ambulance firms respond to vote  1/24/74 p.5
    Recommend program… but village has its own ideas  1/24/74
        p.1
    MIC pow wow Monday  2/7/74 p.1
    "No-shows" hamper BADC blood drive  3/14/74 p.4
    Informational MIC meeting on Tuesday  4/11/74 p.58
    Ordinance adoption important: committee  4/18/74 p.6
    Re-elect Ruth Moor president of BADC  6/6/74 p.2
    BADC plans to boost technicians, paramedics  6/27/74 p.68
    BADC urges citizens to "give blood today"  8/1/74 p.3
    Ruth Moor: down but not out  8/8/74 p.3
    Police counselor: would it work at BHS?  9/19/74 p.3
    Extra workers ready for next blood draw  10/17/74 p.4
    Membership drive started by BADC  10/24/74 p.10
    MIC pressure building  11/28/74 p.1
 
BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY                                     
    Library forum planned Jan. 29  1/10/74 p.3
    National store still sought by library  1/10/74 p.47
    Library forum at Middle school  1/24/74 p.2
    Library size, site weighed at public forum  1/31/74 p.54
    Accuosti files for library seat  2/7/74 p.41
    No room at the library  2/7/74 p.45
    Executive mansion display coming to public library  2/14/74
        p.4
    Group not interested in Degner proposal  2/14/74 p.4
    Candidate files for library board  2/21/74 p.8
    Library board asked to abandon idea of phased construction 
        3/7/74 p.2
    Ryan a candidate for library board  3/7/74 p.5
    Will Hough School become new library?  3/14/74 p.1
    Library board turns to real estate firms  4/4/74 p.3
    No contest in library election  4/4/74 p.3
    Two realtors respond to library's request  4/18/74 p.4
    Elect Mrs. Lindfors to lead library board  5/9/74 p.1
    Library to "go it alone"?  5/2/74 p.2
    Library okays rental of space in Commons  5/30/74 p.3
    Schwartz reports committee findings  6/13/74 p.10
    Vacant library seat to Carol Drennan  6/13/74 p.13
    Life isn't too "suite" for library  7/4/74 p.3
    Library looks for architect  7/11/74 p.2
    Combined annual budget and appropriation ordinance  8/1/74
        p.13
    Library's cupboard is bare  8/1/74 p.3
    Library to build for population of 35,000  8/8/74 p.4
    Treasurer's annual report  8/8/74 p.16
    Library acquires new aid for handicapped readers  8/22/74
        p.19
    Library seeks 2nd extension  9/12/74 p.1
    Organize library "friends"  9/26/74 p.3
    Library obtains year extension  10/10/74 p.1
    Library plans pared by staff  10/17/74 p.1
    Stoetzel will present library addition plan  10/31/74 p.1
    "Friends" committee to meet Wednesday  11/7/74 p.36
    Library architect hired  11/7/74 p.3
    Seek candidates for library seats  11/7/74 p.9
    Library referendum maximum: $1,495,000  11/14/74 p.1
    Freda Stahl accepts post in Algonquin  11/21/74 p.4
    Amy Altemara fills vacancy  12/5/74 p.8
    Library seeks $200,000 from villages, townships  12/12/74
        p.3
    Cuba Township cool toward library bid  12/19/74 p.4
    North Barrington denies library board request  12/19/74 p.3
 
BARRINGTON ART FAIR                                         
    Ruth Gavett's painting Best Barrington Scene  8/29/74 p.19
 
BARRINGTON AUTO DEALERS ASSOCIATION                         
    Auto dealerships to test legality of sign ordinance  9/5/74
        p.1
    Auto dealers "wait and see" on sign law  9/12/74 p.11
 
BARRINGTON BRONCO SQUARE DANCE CLUB                         
    For fun, for exercise  3/21/74 p.19
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Twenty years ago: A sentimental journey  3/7/74 p.1
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (FOOTBALL CLUB)                          
    What is an E-Rab?  11/14/74 p.1
 
BARRINGTON CAMPGROUND                                       
    Park going after campgrounds?  2/14/74 p.1
    Campgrounds ball thrown in village court  3/14/74 p.1
    Campground group seeks village action, help from residents 
        4/11/74 p.3
    Bethany to meet with village board May 13  5/2/74 p.1
    Trustees plan holiday tomorrow  5/16/74 p.1
    Bethany Home willing to negotiate, but…  5/23/74 p.1
    Now it's the park's turn  5/30/74 p.1
    Plan in question: Maiben  5/30/74 p.1
    Park District skirts campground issue  6/6/74 p.3
    Campground group starts from scratch  6/13/74 p.1
    Others interested in campground property  6/27/74 p.3
    Park interested in campgrounds  7/11/74 p.2
    2 developers are interested  8/1/74 p.5
    Campground group to hear plans tonight  8/15/74 p.2
    Residential proposals for campground land  8/22/74 p.1
    Campground meeting in October  9/19/74 p.12
    50 campground buildings to go on auction block  11/7/74 p.1
    Last sunrise for campground  11/21/74 p.1
    Village goes after campground  11/28/74 p.3
    Campground price still $400,000  12/5/74 p.3
 
BARRINGTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                              
    Chamber meeting topic: "motivation"  1/17/74 p.6
    Village defers action on solicitors ordinance  1/17/74 p.4
    Industries consider busing of employees  2/14/74 p.2
    Chamber forum on RTA planned Thursday  2/21/74 p.1
    Gas dealers: caught in middle  2/21/74 p.1
    Housing topic of Chamber meeting  3/21/74 p.1
    Collection, credit topic of next Chamber meeting  4/18/74
        p.8
    Membership drive opened by Chamber  4/18/74 p.1
    Backs taxing district for snow removal  4/25/74 p.1
    Chamber committee studies survey plan  4/25/74 p.2
    Area Chambers band together  5/2/74 p.1
    Hawaii next stop for Chamber of Commerce  5/30/74 p.6
    Chamber membership approaches 300 mark  6/27/74 p.61
    OK landscape design for business district  7/11/74 p.6
    Annual dinner dance to feature Thompson  8/29/74 p.2
    Chamber entertains 24 new members  8/29/74 p.10
    Name change for Chamber  8/29/74 p.5
    Chamber dinner-dance successful  9/19/74 p.19
    Halloween time limit proposed  9/26/74 p. 1
    Special Halloween week scheduled by Chamber  10/17/74 p.4
    Stand up for business Chamber meeting topic  10/17/74 p.7
    Spooktacular week planned by Chamber  10/24/74 p.2
    Chamber to oppose parking proposal?  11/14/74 p.1
    Improvements plan reviewed [business district]  11/14/74 p.1
    Lageschulte Chamber president  12/26/74 p.3
 
BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220               
    Traditions stifling Barrington education?  1/10/74 p.3
    District 220 approves student radio station  1/17/74 p.46
    Enclosed pool desirable, say administrators  1/24/74 p.4
    Claims "special" students' rights violated  1/31/74 p.3
    District 224 faces "critical meeting" Monday  1/31/74 p.14
    Blackout costly to District 220  2/7/74 p.2
    District 220 to transfer $155,000 to District 224  2/7/74
        p.49
    District 220: Coping with "bombshell issue"  2/7/74 p.3
    Forum brings pleas, District 3 holds key  2/7/74 p.6
    Supreme Court rules for county taxpayers  2/7/74 p.2
    Action "untimely, unfair," 224 board head charges  2/14/74
        p.10
    Campbell to get administrative position?  2/14/74 p.2
    COULD: "Scratching" to help the children  2/14/74 p.3
    District 224 board may follow village lines  2/21/74 p.1
    District 220 board to try again tonight  2/28/74 p.6
    Many volunteers serving area elementary schools  2/28/74
        p.19
    Appoint Campbell to administrative post  3/7/74 p.3
    BEA criticizes board on issue of notice  3/7/74 p.3
    District to buy permanent home  3/7/74 p.1
    District 220 annexes part of 224  3/14/74 p.1
    Request detachment from District 300  3/14/74 p.16
    County boards must okay 224 dissolution  3/21/74 p.5
    District 220 buys James building  3/28/74 p.6
    District 300 rejects detachment request  3/28/74 p.9
    District 220 moves to repair leaky roof  4/11/74 p.6
    No District 220 decision on attendance boundaries  4/11/74
        p.14
    What public officials get for services  4/25/74 p.3
    Okay program for childhood development  5/2/74 p.6
    Two sides to negotiations story  5/2/74 p.3
    Won't bus students to Carpentersville  5/2/74 p.1
    Boundary battle over, war begins  5/16/74 p.1
    Teachers blast Zoeller remarks  5/16/74 p.6
    Committee to study boundary dispute, obtain village input 
        5/23/74 p.2
    District 220 studies Draper contribution  5/23/74 p.4
    Board oks attendance boundaries  6/13/74 p.3
    Kenney leaving schools  6/13/74 p.3
    Negotiations to resume in July  6/20/74 p.1
    Staff additions will cost district $85,000  6/20/74 p.4
    Board delays search for superintendent  6/27/74 p.2
    District 220 honors faculty members  6/27/74 p.60
    Long-range planning meet set for July 9  6/27/74 p.6
    Student goals are listed by District 220 parents  7/4/74
        p.11
    Walden joins District 220  7/4/74 p.3
    School roof repair may cost $400,000  7/11/74 p.7
    Suggests dedication ceremony  7/11/74 p.3
    District 220 changes its mind [naming of high school] 
        7/18/74 p.1
    District 220 negotiations "fruitful"  7/18/74 p.3
    Not much opposition to swim pool idea  7/25/74 p.2
    Special 220 meeting set for tonight  7/25/74 p.3
    3-year pact for Zoeller  8/1/74 p.1
    Negotiators cover leaves  8/1/74 p.60
    Negotiations report Saturday  8/8/74 p.1
    Clues to potential in beads and clay  8/15/74 p.35
    Developments may alter pool proposal  8/15/74 p.8
    Lack of information slows progress: BEA  8/15/74 p.3
    District 220 budget up 10-12%  8/22/74 p.19
    District 220 opposed Draper development  8/22/74 p.3
    School ends again for some students  8/22/74 p.16
    Smoking ban at meetings?  Forget it  8/22/74 p.3
    Teachers, board in tentative agreement  8/29/74 p.2
    Argue "principle" of free buses  9/5/74 p.3
    220 chiefs to get 10% pay hikes  9/19/74 p.3
    Budget meet Monday night  9/19/74 p.2
    Costly projects ahead  9/19/74 p.1
    Student enrollment decreases  9/19/74 p.3
    District 220 budget $13 million  9/26/74 p.3
    Free bus for some students  9/26/74 p.3
    Free lunch policy set by District 220  10/3/74 p.14
    Annual financial statement  10/24/74 p.44
    District 220 oks 2-year contract  10/24/74 p.1
    Personalized instruction explained by Campbell  10/24/74
        p.51
    District 220 to hire director of personnel  11/21/74 p.8
    Many support indoor pool idea  11/21/74 p.1
    Okays detachment from District 300  11/21/74 p.4
    District 300 challenges detachment  11/28/74 p.13
    Zoeller notes progress of Unit District 220  11/28/74 p.17
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT             
    BADC specs committee to meet tonight  1/3/74 p.5
    Emergency question  2/14/74 p.1
    MIC referendum scheduled May 18 3/14/74 p.1
    CFD to have referendum "if possible"  3/28/74 p.1
    Fire district will wait for village vote  4/4/74 p.1
    Tax rate referendum Saturday  5/16/74 p.1
    MIC issue wins; light turnout  5/23/74 p.1
    Paramedics to serve Barrington area now  7/18/74 p.1
    Finish specifications for village MIC unit  11/14/74 p.2
    Must advertise again for MIC vehicle bids  12/12/74 p.6
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT                        
    Annual budget  1/17/74 p.57
    Annual statement  1/24/74 p.62
 
BARRINGTON EAST COUNTRYSIDE ASSOCIATION                     
    Village could increase by 2300  7/25/74 p.7
 
BARRINGTON EDUCATION ASSOCIATION                            
    BEA criticizes board on issue of notice  3/7/74 p.3
    Two sides to negotiations story  5/2/74 p.3
    Negotiations to resume in July  6/20/74 p.1
    District 220 negotiations "fruitful"  7/18/74 p.3
    Negotiations report Saturday  8/8/74 p.1
    Lack of information slows progress: BEA  8/15/74 p.3
    Teachers, board in tentative agreement  8/29/74 p.2
    District 220 oks 2-year contract  10/24/74 p.1
 
BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT                                  
    Firemen finally to get snorkel?  1/3/74 p.6
    Okay pocket pagers for fire department  3/28/74 p.4
    Okays funds for rescue squad  5/2/74 p.15
    Fire departments work on ambulance programs  6/20/74 p.4
    BADC plans to boost technicians, paramedics  6/27/74 p.68
    One of our worst: fire chief  6/27/74 p.6
    Paramedics to serve Barrington area now  7/18/74 p.1
 
BARRINGTON FRANKLIN THOMAS HIGH SCHOOL                      
    It's now Franklin Thomas High  6/13/74 p.3
    District 220 changes its mind [naming of high school] 
        7/18/74 p.1
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Cub cagers here to battle faculty  1/17/74 p.3
    BHS students take exhibition honors  1/24/74 p.28
    Class plans reunion, seeks missing mates [Class of 1964] 
        2/21/74 p.6
    "Super Soph" in state meet  2/28/74 p.10
    Barrington student artists take exhibition honors  2/28/74
        p.12
    "Absence of a Cello" BHS freshman play  3/7/74 p.4
    BHS students to participate in congressional seminar 
        3/7/74 p.29
    List BHS place awards in Scholastic exhibition  3/7/74 p.18
    BHS honor roll students  3/14/74 p.21
    BHS students bake for hospital benefit  4/4/74 p.18
    Alumni Artists' Concert Sunday  4/25/74 p.15
    Alumni Artists Concert "made the sun shine"  5/2/74 p.22
    Two performances of "Hobbit" at BHS  5/9/74 p.3
    Six BHS students receive art awards  5/23/74 p.11
    BHS honor roll  5/30/74 p.17
    Will BHS become Franklin Thomas High?  6/6/74 p.6
    Franklin Thomas: a person for all persons  6/13/74 p.1
    It's now Franklin Thomas High  6/13/74 p.3
    BTHS graduation 1974  6/20/74 p.26
    Suggests dedication ceremony  7/11/74 p.3
    District 220 changes its mind [naming of high school] 
        7/18/74 p.1
    Police counselor: would it work at BHS?  9/19/74 p.3
    Dedication ceremony on Sunday  10/3/74 p.1
    BHS Homecoming this weekend  10/10/74 p.3
    Dedicate high school to Thomas  10/10/74 p.1
    Radio station gears for on-the-air status  10/10/74 p.4
    Too much Homecoming spirit?  10/17/74 p.3
    Banner weekend  10/24/74 p.13
    Sugar-sweet, she gets her man ["Little Mary Sunshine,"
        school play]  11/7/74 p.56
    "Mr. J" -- living legend at BHS  11/21/74 p.3
    Radio station needs permit  11/21/74 p.4
    Honor Society inducts 57 juniors, seniors  11/28/74 p.12
    Stresses importance of extra-curricular activity  11/28/74
        p.14
    Barrington High School honor students  12/12/74 p.49
    Student Government Day earns support  12/19/74 p.4
 
BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                                      
    Village presidents look at 1974  1/10/74 p.6
    Cuba road bridge project ready to go  1/17/74 p.5
    Barrington Hills gets gift for village hall project 
        1/31/74 p.6
    Police turnover concerns board  2/28/74 p.3
    District 220 annexes part of 224  3/14/74 p.1
    Request detachment from District 300  3/14/74 p.16
    Driver testing site here still a possibility  3/21/74 p.3
    District 300 rejects detachment request  3/28/74 p.9
    BACOG, Barrington Hills oppose driver test station  4/4/74
        p.4
    Barrington Hills board rejects traveling manager  4/4/74 p.3
    State proceeds with plans for testing station  4/11/74 p.53
    Moving radar an effective tool  4/18/74 p.3
    Deficit spending possible  4/25/74 p.3
    Barrington Hills down on regional police plan  5/9/74 p.4
    Delay driver testing site negotiations  5/9/74 p.1
    Corbett murder trial set to begin Monday  5/16/74 p.1
    Plan commission oks flood plain ordinance  5/16/74 p.60
    BACOG fee increase questioned by board  5/23/74 p.2
    Power towers topic of special meeting  5/30/74 p.2
    Hills' policemen looking to union  6/6/74 p.1
    Trustees hear plans for new village hall; close Stover Road
        6/6/74 p.4
    Barrington Hills oks landscaping proposal  6/20/74 p.2
    MacArthur objections stall action on project  6/27/74 p.68
    One of our worst: fire chief  6/27/74 p.6
    They come to reflect; to find inner peace  7/11/74 p.3
    Wants disclosure of firms' stockholders  7/11/74 p.1
    Corbett trial underway  7/25/74 p.1
    MacArthur blocks Paganica proposal  7/25/74 p.1
    Site of village hall  7/25/74 p.3
    Tavern extends frosty quaff at modest cost  7/25/74 p.3
    Treasurer's statement  8/22/74 p.52
    Will discuss increase in BACOG fee  8/22/74 p.3
    No commitment on higher BACOG fee  8/29/74 p.4
    Many residents support ex-cop  10/10/74 p.1
    Firing unjust and illegal: Heard  10/24/74 p.1
    Hearing not "Heard"  10/31/74 p.2
    Heard hearing Nov. 21  11/14/74 p.5
    Heard hearing will be closed  11/21/74 p.3
    Okays detachment from District 300  11/21/74 p.4
    District 300 challenges detachment  11/28/74 p.13
    Heard loses, will appeal vote  11/28/74 p.1
    Heard takes lie test  12/5/74 p.4
    Burglary victims see contraband in home  12/19/74 p.7
    FBI after two Mertens brothers  12/19/74 p.6
    Fears for his life, lives of neighbors  12/19/74 p.8
    Mertens' attorney arrested  12/19/74 p.7
    Supports new assessment plan  12/26/74 p.10
    Victims of burglaries may view contraband  12/26/74 p.3
 
BARRINGTON LIONS CLUB                                       
    Blast mars installation  6/27/74 p.15
    Lions Club plans rodeo in fall  7/11/74 p.11
    Lions rodeo to star "quick draw" Miles  9/5/74 p.4
    Thrills 'n spills  9/19/74 p.57
    Lions first rodeo successful  12/5/74 p.14
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL                                    
    Gamey week at Middle school  1/31/74 p.12
    Middle School choruses to present "Snow White"  3/28/74 p.2
    School roof repair may cost $400,000  7/11/74 p.7
    School roof repairs temporary  11/21/74 p.3
 
BARRINGTON PARK CAMPMEETING ASSOCIATION                     
    Park going after campgrounds?  2/14/74 p.1
    Campgrounds ball thrown in village court  3/14/74 p.1
    Campground group seeks village action, help from residents 
        4/11/74 p.3
    Bethany to meet with village board May 13  5/2/74 p.1
    Trustees plan holiday tomorrow  5/16/74 p.1
    Bethany Home willing to negotiate, but…  5/23/74 p.1
    Now it's the park's turn  5/30/74 p.1
    Plan in question: Maiben  5/30/74 p.1
    Park District skirts campground issue  6/6/74 p.3
    Campground group starts from scratch  6/13/74 p.1
    Park District meets Monday  6/13/74 p.1
    Others interested in campground property  6/27/74 p.3
    Park interested in campgrounds  7/11/74 p.2
    2 developers are interested  8/1/74 p.5
    Campground group to hear plans tonight  8/15/74 p.2
    Residential proposals for campground land  8/22/74 p.1
    Campground meeting in October  9/19/74 p.12
    50 campground buildings to go on auction block  11/7/74 p.1
    Last sunrise for campground  11/21/74 p.1
    Village goes after campground  11/28/74 p.3
    Campground price still $400,000  12/5/74 p.3
 
BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                                    
    Equipment rental fees may increase  1/17/74 p.7
    Hockey for girls planned at park  1/17/74 p.8
    Park plans promise prime plot pickings  1/31/74 p.7
    Park going after campgrounds?  2/14/74 p.1
    Deer Park ponders joining park district, will hold
        referendum  2/28/74 p.2
    Campgrounds ball thrown in village court  3/14/74 p.1
    Deer Park residents to decide park issue  3/21/74 p.26
    Country club area to join park district  4/11/74 p.4
    East Park remains recreational area  4/25/74 p.6
    Main pool may not open on time: Miller  5/16/74 p.7
    Now it's the park's turn  5/30/74 p.1
    Treasurer's annual report  5/30/74 p.47
    Park District skirts campground issue  6/6/74 p.3
    Park District halts some swim classes  6/13/74 p.2
    Park District meets Monday  6/13/74 p.1
    Park board in holding pattern  6/20/74 p.3
    Thunderbird may join park district  7/4/74 p.9
    Park interested in campgrounds  7/11/74 p.2
    Park must buy tax anticipation warrants  8/22/74 p.4
    Smooth sailing ahead for ComEd and park  10/17/74 p.6
    Park District board to keep on truckin'  11/14/74 p.6
    Park issues plea for chaperones  11/14/74 p.3
    Park will develop new master plan  12/12/74 p.3
    Park district grows, looks forward to '75  12/26/74 p.8
 
BARRINGTON PLAN COMMISSION                                  
    Third Bethany hearing Jan. 9  1/3/74 p.4
    "Inn of the Barn" hearing Jan. 23  1/17/74 p.3
    Bethany, plan commission finally agree  1/17/74 p.1
    "Luxury inn" gets reservation  1/31/74 p.1
    Commission to hear Draper plan June 19  5/30/74 p.1
    First Draper hearing Aug. 7  6/27/74 p.3
    Furniture mart  7/11/74 p.1
    Furniture mart plan gets commission nod  7/18/74 p.4
    Second hearing August 21  8/15/74 p.3
    District 220 opposed Draper development  8/22/74 p.3
    Emotions dominate 2nd Draper hearing  8/29/74 p.6
    Third Draper hearing Oct. 2  9/26/74 p.1
    Hints commission in cahoots with Draper  10/10/74 p.1
    Right pew, wrong church  10/10/74 p.3
    4th Draper hearing set for Oct. 23  10/17/74 p.1
    Draper okay expected Monday  10/31/74 p.1
    Draper wins an OK by plan commission  11/7/74 p.1
    Commission action proper, says Hartlaub  11/21/74 p.3
 
BARRINGTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH                              
    Two ministers added  9/19/74 p.76
 
BARRINGTON ROTARY CLUB                                      
    Barrington Rotarians install new officers  6/6/74 p.8
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                   
    Okays funds for rescue squad  5/2/74 p.15
    Revenue sharing report inside  8/29/74 p.11
    Township will meet on closing of streets  9/12/74 p.2
    Acceptance of donation surprises township  10/24/74 p.1
 
BARRINGTON TRAIN DEPOT                                      
    Depot, traffic, refuse are top 1974 priorities  1/10/74 p.4
    Passenger depot move a step (year) away  4/11/74 p.1
    Board okays pact with C&NW  4/25/74 p.3
    Yard construction underway  11/28/74 p.6
 
BARRINGTON VILLAGE TAXI                                     
    Taxi hearing on Saturday  7/25/74 p.5
    Village Taxi retains license… for now  8/1/74 p.1
    Voss gives Village Taxi 2nd chance  8/8/74 p.3
 
BARRINGTON VOLUNTEER BUREAU                                 
    Their skills and hobbies enrich our youth  12/5/74 p.21
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICES                                   
    Youth Services group plans annual meeting  5/16/74 p.6
    Local youth committees progress, look to 1975  9/5/74 p.46
    Name 14 to youth commission  11/21/74 p.1
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.                                            
    A review of the year… 1973  1/3/74 p.2
    ComEd plan alternatives listed  1/3/74 p.1
    Firemen finally to get snorkel?  1/3/74 p.6
    Graham gives state flag to village board  1/3/74 p.1
    Depot, traffic, refuse are top 1974 priorities  1/10/74 p.4
    Woman assumes leadership role in village  1/10/74 p.1
    Village defers action on solicitors ordinance  1/17/74 p.4
    MIC pow wow Monday  2/7/74 p.1
    Board approves "Inn" proposal  2/14/74 p.6
    Emergency question  2/14/74 p.1
    Rehearing extension granted to opponents  2/14/74 p.3
    Approves expansion of treatment plant  2/28/74 p.1
    MIC referendum scheduled May 18 3/14/74 p.1
    Illinois Bell starts buried cable projects  3/21/74 p.7
    BACOG to study 911; village has own plan  3/28/74 p.1
    Village may police Deer Park  3/28/74 p.1
    Fire district will wait for village vote  4/4/74 p.1
    Officials warn: housing needs must be met  4/4/74 p.1
    New budget: $3.6 million  4/11/74 p.1
    Moving radar an effective tool  4/18/74 p.3
    Supervisor's annual report  4/18/74 p.51
    Vehicle sticker fee will increase to $8  4/18/74 p.2
    What public officials get for services  4/25/74 p.3
    Single emergency phone number kaput  5/9/74 p.1
    Improvements, dates of completion listed  5/16/74 p.4
    Inverness, Barrington join move to clean up highway
        eyesores  5/30/74 p.45
    Plan in question: Maiben  5/30/74 p.1
    Village will proceed with shopping survey  5/30/74 p.2
    OK landscape design for business district  7/11/74 p.6
    Board oks increase in vehicle tag fees  7/25/74 p.7
    Treasurer's report  8/1/74 p.12
    Voss gives Village Taxi 2nd chance  8/8/74 p.3
    Board asks state to lower speed limit  8/29/74 p.15
    Defer final vote on incinerator  8/29/74 p.3
    Sign law violators must act by Sept. 26  8/29/74 p.1
    Board gives ComEd green light -- again  9/12/74 p.4
    Expansion of treatment plant in jeopardy  9/12/74 p.1
    Incinerator hearing planned Monday night  9/12/74 p.6
    Halloween time limit approved  10/17/74 p.3
    Karol Hartmann resigns as clerk  10/17/74 p.7
    Acceptance of donation surprises township  10/24/74 p.1
    Improvements plan reviewed [business district]  11/14/74 p.1
    Detail conservation plans Monday night  11/21/74 p.2
    Homeowners eligible for flood insurance  11/21/74 p.14
    Will consider Draper plan next month  11/21/74 p.5
    Funding sought for flood control project  11/28/74 p.8
    May seek funds for village improvements  11/28/74 p.2
    Village goes after campground  11/28/74 p.3
    Campground price still $400,000  12/5/74 p.3
    Draper meet postponed  12/5/74 p.3
    Sign law batting average: .000  12/5/74 p.3
    Village "goofed"  12/5/74 p.3
    Barrington honors employees at dinner  12/12/74 p.62
    Catlow swings but manager swings back  12/12/74 p.4
    Draper meet Monday night  12/12/74 p.4
    Lake Barrington board balks at area study  12/12/74 p.10
    Merchants balk at parking plan  12/12/74 p.1
    Firms short 633 parking spaces  12/19/74 p.1
    Village rejects Draper petition  12/19/74 p.3
    Board names Mildred Carter village clerk  12/26/74 p.5
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY                                   
    Scout cabin history told at neighborhood meeting  1/3/74
        p.16
 
BARRINGTON-CUBA TOWNSHIPS YOUTH COMMISSION                  
    Name 14 to youth commission  11/21/74 p.1
    Van Hagen heads youth commission  11/28/74 p.1
    Youth group set to name 1st director  12/19/74 p.3
 
BARTLETT ESTATE                                             
    No formal opposition to hospital  6/6/74 p.3
    Bartlett battle isn't over, says Cameron  7/25/74 p.10
 
BEETHAM, STANLEY W.                                         
    COPE backs Beetham  2/7/74 p.5
    Beetham urges youth to join grass roots  5/2/74 p.29
    Howlett boosts Beetham  5/23/74 p.13
    Beetham decries McClory's "flip-flops"  8/1/74 p.47
    Beetham stresses "bread and butter" issue  10/24/74 p.3
 
BELKNAP, STEVE                                              
    BHS students take exhibition honors  1/24/74 p.28
 
BELL APPLE ORCHARD                                          
    Board okays annexation of apple orchard  7/25/74 p.2
 
BELLARMINE HALL (JESUIT RETREAT HOUSE)                      
    They come to reflect; to find inner peace  7/11/74 p.3
 
BENDER, ABE                                                 
    Bender-Rieger Pontiac makes way for youth  7/25/74 p.14
    Abe Benders celebrate their fifty years together  11/21/74
        p.20
 
BENDER, MRS. ABE                                            
    Abe Benders celebrate their fifty years together  11/21/74
        p.20
 
BENDER-RIEGER PONTIAC                                       
    Bender-Rieger Pontiac makes way for youth  7/25/74 p.14
 
BENSINGER, PETER                                            
    Bensinger: from prisons to politics  3/28/74 p.12
 
BETHANY HOME AND HOSPITAL                                   
    Third Bethany hearing Jan. 9  1/3/74 p.4
    Bethany, plan commission finally agree  1/17/74 p.1
    Park going after campgrounds?  2/14/74 p.1
    Campground group seeks village action, help from residents 
        4/11/74 p.3
    Bethany to meet with village board May 13  5/2/74 p.1
    Trustees plan holiday tomorrow  5/16/74 p.1
    Bethany Home willing to negotiate, but…  5/23/74 p.1
    Now it's the park's turn  5/30/74 p.1
    Plan in question: Maiben  5/30/74 p.1
    Park District skirts campground issue  6/6/74 p.3
    Campground group starts from scratch  6/13/74 p.1
    Park District meets Monday  6/13/74 p.1
 
BEVERIDGE, BETTY                                            
    Mother of Year  5/16/74 p.3
    The best kept secret in town [Mother of the Year]  5/23/74
        p.3
 
BICENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS                                   
    Harper commission seeks bicentennial involvement  4/4/74
        p.44
 
BICYCLES                                                    
    Stolen, found bikes problem for police  6/27/74 p.1
 
BILTMORE COUNTRY CLUB                                       
    Budget, tennis, roads North Barrington topics  3/28/74 p.8
    Hope to settle lighting controversy next month  5/23/74 p.8
    Blast mars installation  6/27/74 p.15
 
BIRKHOLZ, JOHN R.                                           
    Birkholz named vice president in Harper moves  7/4/74 p.25
 
BLONAR MEDICAL CLINIC                                       
    Clinic burglary loss at $10,000  7/18/74 p.3
 
BORNQUIST, MRS. G. W.                                       
    Barrington resident "adopts" 2 children  6/6/74 p.10
 
BOY SCOUTS                                                  
    Scout cabin history told at neighborhood meeting  1/3/74
        p.16
 
BRADLEY, MARVIN                                             
    His pen breathes life into Dr. Rex Morgan  4/11/74 p.3
 
BREEDEN, CHARLES A.                                         
    Candidates warm up for primary  2/28/74 p.S-2
 
BUILDINGS                                                   
    County decision on tennis club due Jan. 25  1/3/74 p.1
    Scout cabin history told at neighborhood meeting  1/3/74
        p.16
    Third Bethany hearing Jan. 9  1/3/74 p.4
    Woman assumes leadership role in village  1/10/74 p.1
    Bethany, plan commission finally agree  1/17/74 p.1
    Leasing firm may purchase SAI building  1/17/74 p.10
    Board tables vote on special use permit  5/9/74 p.9
    50 campground buildings to go on auction block  11/7/74 p.1
    Last sunrise for campground  11/21/74 p.1
 
BURSE, NATHANIEL                                            
    Corbett murder trial set to begin Monday  5/16/74 p.1
 
BUSINESS                                                    
    Does solicitor ordinance apply to the Avon Lady?  1/31/74
        p.4
    Commercial complex at Hough and Main?  2/7/74 p.1
    Record growth reported by First National Bank  8/8/74 p.10
 
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES                                        
    Pack-O-Fun; Edna Clapper and John Clapper, owners  4/18/74
        p.18
    Grant Motors; Jerry Laine and Les Homuth, owners  5/16/74
        p.18
    Village Cadillac; James Mancuso and Robert Mancuso, owners 
        5/16/74 p.54
    Krieg Real Estate; John C. Krieg, owner  6/13/74 p.47
 
CAMERON, JUDY                                               
    Housewife tackles complex health problems  10/3/74 p.3
 
CAMP SITES, FACILITIES, ETC.                                
    Park going after campgrounds?  2/14/74 p.1
    Campgrounds ball thrown in village court  3/14/74 p.1
    South Barrington studies use of Pleitgen Farm  3/21/74 p.4
    Campground group seeks village action, help from residents 
        4/11/74 p.3
    Bethany to meet with village board May 13  5/2/74 p.1
    Trustees plan holiday tomorrow  5/16/74 p.1
    Bethany Home willing to negotiate, but…  5/23/74 p.1
    Now it's the park's turn  5/30/74 p.1
    Plan in question: Maiben  5/30/74 p.1
    Park District skirts campground issue  6/6/74 p.3
    Campground group starts from scratch  6/13/74 p.1
    Park District meets Monday  6/13/74 p.1
    Park board in holding pattern  6/20/74 p.3
    Others interested in campground property  6/27/74 p.3
    Park interested in campgrounds  7/11/74 p.2
    2 developers are interested  8/1/74 p.5
    Campground group to hear plans tonight  8/15/74 p.2
    Residential proposals for campground land  8/22/74 p.1
    Campground meeting in October  9/19/74 p.12
    50 campground buildings to go on auction block  11/7/74 p.1
    Last sunrise for campground  11/21/74 p.1
    Village goes after campground  11/28/74 p.3
    Campground price still $400,000  12/5/74 p.3
 
CAMPBELL, ROBERT                                            
    Campbell to get administrative position?  2/14/74 p.2
    Appoint Campbell to administrative post  3/7/74 p.3
    Personalized instruction explained by Campbell  10/24/74
        p.51
 
CAPITOL HILL (WASHINGTON, D.C.)                             
    Summer of '74: crisis engulfs Capitol Hill  8/29/74 p.3
 
CAREY, DAVID E.                                             
    Candidates warm up for primary  2/28/74 p.S-2
    Candidate David Carey issues third disclosure  6/6/74 p.49
    Carey lists contributors  8/8/74 p.34
    Carey challenges foes to reveal contributors  9/12/74 p.15
    Campaign disclosure stressed by Carey  10/17/74 p.12
 
CAREY, NORMA                                                
    No contest in library election  4/4/74 p.3
 
CARPENTERSVILLE, ILL.                                       
    Won't bus students to Carpentersville  5/2/74 p.1
    Teachers blast Zoeller remarks  5/16/74 p.6
 
CARTER, MILDRED                                             
    Board names Mildred Carter village clerk  12/26/74 p.5
 
CARTER, VIRGIL                                              
    "Fiery" Carter hopes to spark WFL entry  5/9/74 p.8
 
CARY, ILL.                                                  
    ComEd plan alternatives listed  1/3/74 p.1
    Rehearing extension granted to opponents  2/14/74 p.3
    POWER meeting slated for Wednesday in Grove  2/28/74 p.11
    Hearing reset on ComEd plans  4/11/74 p.5
    Bury power line through Grove  5/16/74 p.3
    Seek delay in power hearing  5/23/74 p.1
    Board gives ComEd green light -- again  9/12/74 p.4
    Smooth sailing ahead for ComEd and park  10/17/74 p.6
    Power lines okayed, not all dissent buried  10/24/74 p.64
 
CATLOW, JOE                                                 
    Catlow swings but manager swings back  12/12/74 p.4
 
CENTER FOR WOMAN'S OWN NAME                                 
    Barrington woman spurs action on surname issue  2/28/74 p.15
 
CENTEX HOMES                                                
    Centex Homes files suit against Cook County  3/14/74 p.2
    Soil district to hear new Centex proposal  7/11/74 p.3
    BACOG-Centex: Round 3  8/1/74 p.3
    Strategy meet is postponed  8/15/74 p.4
    Centex trial postponed  11/14/74 p.2
    2 new developments near South Barrington total 1,099
        dwellings  12/5/74 p.4
    Oks BACOG intervention  12/26/74 p.3
    Centex trial postponed  10/3/74 p.5
 
CHICAGO AND NORTH WESTERN RAILROAD                          
    Board okays pact with C&NW  4/25/74 p.3
    Seeks halt to C&NW fare hike  5/2/74 p.15
    Retirement welcomed by C&NW engineer  7/25/74 p.4
 
CHICAGO CUBS                                                
    Cub cagers here to battle faculty  1/17/74 p.3
 
CHICAGO MATERNITY CENTER                                    
    Barrington women to attend festivities at Chicago Maternity
        Center opening  5/23/74 p.26
 
CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY                                   
    CTA extension could hurt commuter line  8/29/74 p.13
 
CHILDREN                                                    
    "The Young Child:" everyone's concern  4/4/74 p.48
    Childhood development program is outlined  4/11/74 p.20
    Okay program for childhood development  5/2/74 p.6
    Barrington resident "adopts" 2 children  6/6/74 p.10
    Clues to potential in beads and clay  8/15/74 p.35
 
CHINA                                                       
    China beckons Barrington resident "home"  12/5/74 p.3+C788
 
CHRISTMAS                                                   
    Santa's alive and well, driving a 1911 Knox  12/5/74 p.1
    Christmas tradition crosses the ocean  12/26/74 p.6
 
CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION                                   
    "Citizens" annual meeting planned this Wednesday  1/17/74
        p.6
    Ordinance adoption important: committee  4/18/74 p.6
    Help keep area clean  10/3/74 p.16
 
CITIZENS TO SAVE THE BARTLETT PROPERTY                      
    Bartlett battle isn't over, says Cameron  7/25/74 p.10
 
CLAPPER, EDNA                                               
    Pack-O-Fun; Edna Clapper and John Clapper, owners  4/18/74
        p.18
 
CLAPPER, JOHN                                               
    Pack-O-Fun; Edna Clapper and John Clapper, owners  4/18/74
        p.18
 
CLARK, MICHAEL                                              
    Corbett murder trial set to begin Monday  5/16/74 p.1
    Corbett trial underway  7/25/74 p.1
    Three found guilty in Corbett murder case  8/15/74 p.5
    Corbett murder case may end tomorrow  9/26/74 p.5
    Sentencing due Monday  10/3/74 p.3
    Three killers get 100-200 years in jail  10/10/74 p.5
 
CLARK, WILLIAM                                              
    Nab three in burglary  5/2/74 p.3
 
CLASS REUNIONS                                              
    Class plans reunion, seeks missing mates [Class of 1964] 
        2/21/74 p.6
 
CLINGE, BENJAMIN "BENNIE"                                   
    Retirement welcomed by C&NW engineer  7/25/74 p.4
 
COCHRAN, MR. AND MRS. HARVEY P.                             
    Cochran 50th anniversary brings children together  10/17/74
        p.21
 
COMMITTEE ON POLITICAL EDUCATION                            
    COPE backs Beetham  2/7/74 p.5
 
COMMONWEALTH EDISON                                         
    ComEd plan alternatives listed  1/3/74 p.1
    Will discuss ComEd report on Saturday  1/10/74 p.3
    Residents say go underground  1/17/74 p.2
    Rehearing extension granted to opponents  2/14/74 p.3
    POWER meeting slated for Wednesday in Grove  2/28/74 p.11
    ComEd must be stopped, Kulovsek tells POWER  3/14/74 p.6
    POWER proposes area-wide blackout  3/21/74 p.3
    Hearing reset on ComEd plans  4/11/74 p.5
    ComEd protest: citizen victory?  4/18/74 p.3
    Air corps will battle ComEd plan  5/2/74 p.3
    Bury power line through Grove  5/16/74 p.3
    Seek delay in power hearing  5/23/74 p.1
    Power towers topic of special meeting  5/30/74 p.2
    Com Ed will bury power line  6/6/74 p.1
    Barrington Hills oks landscaping proposal  6/20/74 p.2
    Board gives ComEd green light -- again  9/12/74 p.4
    Commonwealth Edison seeking 7.3% increase  10/10/74 p.8
    Smooth sailing ahead for ComEd and park  10/17/74 p.6
    Power lines okayed, not all dissent buried  10/24/74 p.64
 
COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE OF GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL        
    Hospital group okays name change  6/6/74 p.17
 
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                                       
    May seek funds for village improvements  11/28/74 p.2
 
CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES                           
    "Citizens" annual meeting planned this Wednesday  1/17/74
        p.6
    BACOG takes stand with governor's veto  10/31/74 p.15
    Detail conservation plans Monday night  11/21/74 p.2
    Village goes after campground  11/28/74 p.3
 
CONTINENTAL CREDIT CORPORATION                              
    Leasing firm may purchase SAI building  1/17/74 p.10
    Board tables vote on special use permit  5/9/74 p.9
 
COOK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS                          
    Cook County final authority in college streets controversy 
        9/26/74 p.1
 
COOKS                                                       
    Chefs aim to please public  5/23/74 p.20
 
CORBETT FAMILY                                              
    Corbett trial underway  7/25/74 p.1
    Corbett murder trial ending second week  8/1/74 p. 4
    Three found guilty in Corbett murder case  8/15/74 p.5
 
CORMACK, ROBERT B.                                          
    Harper dean named to national committee  7/18/74 p.48
 
CORNER CUPBOARD (RESTAURANT)                                
    Flossie's job is no short-term venture  2/7/74 p.15
 
COSTELLO, PAUL                                              
    Costello wins regional race  8/15/74 p.12
 
COUNCIL ON UNDERSTANDING LEARNING DISABILITIES              
    COULD announces two meeting dates  1/17/74 p.22
    COULD: "Scratching" to help the children  2/14/74 p.3
 
COUNTRY PLAYERS                                             
    Curtain to rise soon for Country Players comedy  4/11/74
        p.22
    Theater group ably fills community need  4/25/74 p.8
    Country Players comedy to open here next month  7/11/74 p.20
 
COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT                        
    BADC specs committee to meet tonight  1/3/74 p.5
    Emergency question  2/14/74 p.1
    MIC referendum scheduled May 18 3/14/74 p.1
    CFD to have referendum "if possible"  3/28/74 p.1
    Fire district will wait for village vote  4/4/74 p.1
    Tax rate referendum Saturday  5/16/74 p.1
    MIC issue wins; light turnout  5/23/74 p.1
    Paramedics to serve Barrington area now  7/18/74 p.1
    Finish specifications for village MIC unit  11/14/74 p.2
    Must advertise again for MIC vehicle bids  12/12/74 p.6
 
COVERT, BEN                                                 
    Taxi hearing on Saturday  7/25/74 p.5
    Village Taxi retains license… for now  8/1/74 p.1
 
COVES (SUBDIVISION)                                         
    Surfaces collapsing, resident tells board  4/18/74 p.4
 
CRANE, PHILIP                                               
    Summer of '74: crisis engulfs Capitol Hill  8/29/74 p.3
    Spence predicts upset in November election  10/10/74 p.50
    Cut inflation by cutting spending  10/31/74 p.8
    Crane, McClory resist Dem gains  11/7/74 p.1
 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS                                         
    "Streaking": old fad is given new life  3/14/74 p.5
    Charge McHenry man in fatal stabbing  3/14/74 p.4
    Barrington resident charged in stabbing  4/4/74 p.1
    Preliminary hearing planned Wednesday  4/11/74 p.2
    Continuance in attempted murder  4/18/74 p.3
    Man involves daughter's date in gun incident  5/9/74 p.53
    Nab three in burglary  5/2/74 p.3
    Corbett murder trial set to begin Monday  5/16/74 p.1
    Clinic burglary loss at $10,000  7/18/74 p.3
    Corbett trial underway  7/25/74 p.1
    Corbett murder trial ending second week  8/1/74 p. 4
    Three found guilty in Corbett murder case  8/15/74 p.5
    Police seek suspect in rape of girl, 16  9/5/74 p.1
    New sketch of rape suspect  9/12/74 p.4
    Won't prosecute assailant  9/19/74 p.1
    Corbett murder case may end tomorrow  9/26/74 p.5
    Sentencing due Monday  10/3/74 p.3
    Shot in face during holdup  10/3/74 p.3
    Three killers get 100-200 years in jail  10/10/74 p.5
    Murder in Palatine  10/24/74 p.15
    Burglars hit 11 businesses over weekend  12/12/74 p.1
    Burglary victims see contraband in home  12/19/74 p.7
    Charged with theft  12/19/74 p.1
    FBI after two Mertens brothers  12/19/74 p.6
    Fears for his life, lives of neighbors  12/19/74 p.8
    Mertens' attorney arrested  12/19/74 p.7
    Women attacked in bank, Jewel Center lots  12/19/74 p.1
    Victims of burglaries may view contraband  12/26/74 p.3
    Woman beaten; man ignores plea for help  12/26/74 p.3
 
CUBA ROAD BRIDGE                                            
    Cuba road bridge project ready to go  1/17/74 p.5
 
CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                         
    Assessment roll for 1973  4/11/74 p.2
    Cuba assessments not valid: Anderson  4/25/74 p.3
    35th annual Cuba Township GOP outing  9/19/74 p.10
    Cuba to eliminate loophole in travel policy  10/17/74 p.1
    Cuba town auditors approve travel policy  11/21/74 p.4
    Cuba Township cool toward library bid  12/19/74 p.4
 
CUBA, ILL.                                                  
    Supervisor's report of funds  3/14/74 p.48
    Tentative appropriation  4/4/74 p.39
    Supervisor's report  6/6/74 p.70
 
CYCLING                                                     
    Stolen, found bikes problem for police  6/27/74 p.1
    Trustees can't agree on bike law change  9/26/74 p.2
 
CZERWONKY, RALPH                                            
    Czerwonky named World net ump  5/9/74 p.63
 
DAILEY, PETER                                               
    "Dangerous" river claims Barrington boy  6/20/74 p.1
 
DANIEL, SANDY                                               
    Nothing "uniform" about Sandy  11/28/74 p.16
 
DASSING, JOE                                                
    Three form slate, seek election to county board  2/28/74 p.7
    Slate takes campaign to county residents  3/7/74 p.7
    Need change from talk, says county board slate  3/14/74 p.37
 
DE MAU MAU (GANG)                                           
    Corbett trial underway  7/25/74 p.1
 
DEBOLT, LILLIAN                                             
    Cactus stimulates green thumb  7/4/74 p.3
 
DEER PARK, ILL.                                             
    Deer Park to pay bill  1/24/74 p.4
    Deer Park ponders joining park district, will hold
        referendum  2/28/74 p.2
    Deer Park residents to decide park issue  3/21/74 p.26
    Village may police Deer Park  3/28/74 p.1
    Deer Park to hear police plan April 22  4/11/74 p.3
    Deer Park defers vote on police plan  5/2/74 p.2
    Deer Park pursues two-part police pact  5/16/74 p.2
    Deer Park board oks police pact  6/13/74 p.1
    Deer Park approves real estate tax levy  7/11/74 p.2
    Village okays police pact with Deer Park  7/11/74 p.1
    Inverness next stop for police  7/18/74 p.3
    Deer Park delays police vote  8/15/74 p.1
    Deer Park police program to start "within the month" 
        9/19/74 p.2
    Board barks back  10/24/74 p.14
    Deer Park police patrol starts Nov. 1  10/24/74 p.3
    Deer Park bite worse than bark  12/19/74 p.13
    Police plan and taxation top Deer Park list  12/26/74 p.12
 
DEGNER, EDWARD O.                                           
    Group not interested in Degner proposal  2/14/74 p.4
 
DELTA AMBULANCE                                             
    Committee's choice opposed by 2 members  1/17/74 p.1
    Questions raised by Delta owner  1/17/74 p.1
 
DEUSTER, DONALD E.                                          
    RTA on shaky legs--Deuster  4/11/74 p.59
 
DIMUCCI BUILDERS                                            
    ICC hearing on DiMucci postponed  1/17/74 p.2
    Hearing on DiMucci is postponed again  3/21/74 p.1
    May dismiss DiMucci request  6/20/74 p.1
    ICC orders dismissal of DiMucci petition  7/18/74 p.4
 
DOLLHOUSES                                                  
    It's a small, small world  8/8/74 p.3
 
DOMINICK'S FINER FOODS                                      
    Dominick's to become major center tenant  4/18/74 p.8
 
DOWNS, GEORGE                                               
    Mertens' attorney arrested  12/19/74 p.7
 
DRENNAN, CAROL                                              
    Vacant library seat to Carol Drennan  6/13/74 p.13
 
DUNEE, MARY M.                                              
    Alice Ihrig names campaign manager for assessor race 
        4/25/74 p.38
 
DUVALL, RAY                                                 
    Pearl Harbor survivor gets wish: a return visit to scene of
        attack  3/7/74 p.16
 
DYER, GENE                                                  
    Outstanding sophomores receive journalism awards  4/11/74
        p.29
 
EDUCATION, PRESCHOOL                                        
    "The Young Child:" everyone's concern  4/4/74 p.48
 
ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                          
    Deer Park ponders joining park district, will hold
        referendum  2/28/74 p.2
 
ELECTIONS                                                   
    Energy crisis key as Vass rips election foe  1/10/74 p.12
    Mrs. Frank Kenney leads McClory bid  1/31/74 p.9
    COPE backs Beetham  2/7/74 p.5
    Senator Schaffer heads campaign for Mullen  2/7/74 p.2
    Anderson joins Smith, Graham in county race  2/28/74 p.3
    Candidates warm up for primary  2/28/74 p.S-2
    Nine platform points listed by Anderson  2/28/74 p.8
    Three form slate, seek election to county board  2/28/74 p.7
    Slate takes campaign to county residents  3/7/74 p.7
    Cuba GOP endorses Anderson  3/14/74 p.2
    GOP leaders endorse Mullen  3/14/74 p.2
    Last shots for and against RTA  3/14/74 p.3
    Need change from talk, says county board slate  3/14/74 p.37
    Primary vote Tuesday  3/14/74 p.3
    13th District rematch  3/21/74 p.1
    Unofficial returns  3/21/74 p.6
    Bensinger: from prisons to politics  3/28/74 p.12
    No contest in library election  4/4/74 p.3
    Alice Ihrig names campaign manager for assessor race 
        4/25/74 p.38
    Beetham urges youth to join grass roots  5/2/74 p.29
    Candidate for assessor faces battle  5/2/74 p.11
    Tax rate referendum Saturday  5/16/74 p.1
    Howlett boosts Beetham  5/23/74 p.13
    MIC issue wins; light turnout  5/23/74 p.1
    Candidate David Carey issues third disclosure  6/6/74 p.49
    Lynn Monsen may lose spot on ballot  6/27/74 p.8
    Beetham decries McClory's "flip-flops"  8/1/74 p.47
    Carey lists contributors  8/8/74 p.34
    Carey challenges foes to reveal contributors  9/12/74 p.15
    35th annual Cuba Township GOP outing  9/19/74 p.10
    Spence predicts upset in November election  10/10/74 p.50
    Campaign disclosure stressed by Carey  10/17/74 p.12
    Democrats optimistic about Nov. 5 election  10/17/74 p.14
    Hansen names Hamelberg as coordinator  10/17/74 p.29
    System in jeopardy, says Rep. LaFleur  10/17/74 p.8
    Beetham stresses "bread and butter" issue  10/24/74 p.3
    Friedland campaigns for 4th House term  10/24/74 p.8
    Growth a key issue in county board race  10/24/74 p.12
    Mugalian predicting victory in November  10/24/74 p.10
    Spence has message for voters in district  10/24/74 p.16
    Area voters to cast their ballots Tuesday  10/31/74 p.4
    Candidate says: buy open space, slow developers  10/31/74
        p.5
    Cut inflation by cutting spending  10/31/74 p.8
    McClory "confident" about Nov. 5 election  10/31/74 p.3
    Mutual trust is vital in planning: Monsen  10/31/74 p.3
    Crane, McClory resist Dem gains  11/7/74 p.1
    Unofficial election returns  11/7/74 p.2
    Close call for Second District incumbents  11/14/74 p.3
 
ELGUN, NAFIZ                                                
    AFS benefits both family and Turkish student  7/25/74 p.20
 
ELWARD, DEBORAH LYNN                                        
    BHS students to participate in congressional seminar 
        3/7/74 p.29
 
EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS                             
    BACOG to study 911; village has own plan  3/28/74 p.1
    Single emergency phone number kaput  5/9/74 p.1
    911 task force ready to move  12/5/74 p.1
 
ENERGY CONSERVATION                                         
    Harper college studies energy saving systems  1/10/74 p.60
    Service stations stagger through shortage  1/31/74 p.2
    Gas dealers: caught in middle  2/21/74 p.1
 
FAIRHAVEN (SUBDIVISION)                                     
    Fairhaven will meet with sheriff  6/20/74 p.2
    More police patrol for Fairhaven, Timberlake  7/4/74 p.4
 
FELDMAN, MRS. HY                                            
    Christmas tradition crosses the ocean  12/26/74 p.6
 
FIORETTO, JOE                                               
    Chefs aim to please public  5/23/74 p.20
 
FIRES                                                       
    Grove Marina destroyed by three fires  1/31/74 p.44
    Police investigating paper trailer fires  10/24/74 p.2
    53-year history ends in Algonquin blaze  12/5/74 p.6
 
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF BARRINGTON    
    Years of growth at First Federal  1/24/74 p.10
 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF BARRINGTON         
    First National promotes two  1/17/74 p.5
    FNB names Anderson chairman of the board  5/30/74 p.4
    Record growth reported by First National Bank  8/8/74 p.10
 
FLOODS                                                      
    Trustees lay low on flood plain ordinance  2/14/74 p.33
    Flood plain ordinance concerns village board  9/26/74 p.4
    Homeowners eligible for flood insurance  11/21/74 p.14
    Funding sought for flood control project  11/28/74 p.8
 
FORD, JACK                                                  
    Ford son here for wedding  9/26/74 p.1
 
FORREST, NELSON                                             
    Village presidents look at 1974  1/10/74 p.6
 
FOX POINT HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION                            
    Right pew, wrong church  10/10/74 p.3
 
FOX RIVER                                                   
    River valley basin study gets committee approval  4/18/74
        p.68
 
FOX RIVER GROVE AIR CORPS                                   
    Air corps will battle ComEd plan  5/2/74 p.3
 
FOX RIVER GROVE, ILL.                                       
    ComEd plan alternatives listed  1/3/74 p.1
    Will discuss ComEd report on Saturday  1/10/74 p.3
    Plan balloon port in Fox River Grove  1/17/74 p.4
    Residents say go underground  1/17/74 p.2
    Grove Marina destroyed by three fires  1/31/74 p.44
    ComEd must be stopped, Kulovsek tells POWER  3/14/74 p.6
    POWER proposes area-wide blackout  3/21/74 p.3
    "Norge Twist" idea on drawing board  3/28/74 p.7
    Hearing reset on ComEd plans  4/11/74 p.5
    ComEd protest: citizen victory?  4/18/74 p.3
    Air corps will battle ComEd plan  5/2/74 p.3
    Bury power line through Grove  5/16/74 p.3
    Sewage pact agreed to by Grove, Good Shepherd Hospital 
        5/16/74 p.3
    Seek delay in power hearing  5/23/74 p.1
    Power towers topic of special meeting  5/30/74 p.2
    Com Ed will bury power line  6/6/74 p.1
    Barrington Hills oks landscaping proposal  6/20/74 p.2
    EPA guidelines slow review of application for FRG plant
        grant  8/22/74 p.2
    Power lines okayed, not all dissent buried  10/24/74 p.64
 
FREDERICK, DAVID                                            
    "Farm calls" specialty  8/8/74 p.8
 
FREDRICK, LARRY                                             
    Name two at Harper to liaison committee  1/10/74 p.63
 
FRIEDL, WILLIAM                                             
    Sergeant named but controversy continues  1/10/74 p.1
 
FRIEDLAND, JOHN                                             
    Friedland campaigns for 4th House term  10/24/74 p.8
 
GARBACZ, MRS. RONALD                                        
    Elected county League director  6/13/74 p.13
 
GARDENING                                                   
    Cactus stimulates green thumb  7/4/74 p.3
 
GASOLINE INDUSTRY                                           
    Service stations stagger through shortage  1/31/74 p.2
    Gas dealers: caught in middle  2/21/74 p.1
    Some gas stations extend pump hours  2/28/74 p.2
    Predict gas crunch by middle of month  3/7/74 p.1
    Gasoline shortage: it could happen again  10/24/74 p.4
 
GAVETT, RUTH                                                
    Ruth Gavett's painting Best Barrington Scene  8/29/74 p.19
 
GEBHART, ROBERT I.                                          
    First National promotes two  1/17/74 p.5
 
GELCH, JOHN                                                 
    Harper athletic director challenged by facilities  5/16/74
        p.46
 
GEORGE, BILL                                                
    By George, he's in  2/14/74 p.42
 
GERST, PAUL                                                 
    Three form slate, seek election to county board  2/28/74 p.7
    Slate takes campaign to county residents  3/7/74 p.7
    Need change from talk, says county board slate  3/14/74 p.37
 
GIBBONS, JAMES                                              
    Roadblocks: For Match Point… and area builder  1/31/74 p.1
 
GIES, JOSEPH                                                
    World War I subject of Gies' latest book  6/20/74 p.34
 
GIRL SCOUTS                                                 
    Scout cabin history told at neighborhood meeting  1/3/74
        p.16
    Honor 70 Girl Scouts at Court of Awards  2/28/74 p.32
 
GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL                                      
    Jan. 29 meeting could shed light on hospital  1/17/74 p.3
    Hospital plan told  1/31/74 p.55
    Good Shepherd council okays five-floor facility  2/7/74 p.2
    Detail hospital proposal  2/28/74 p.1
    Good Shepherd names Sittler administrator  3/14/74 p.52
    BHS students bake for hospital benefit  4/4/74 p.18
    Lake Barrington to hear hospital report; zoning hearing set
        5/2/74 p.4
    New hospital still has problems  5/9/74 p.1
    Deliver hospital verdict June 11  5/16/74 p.3
    Sewage pact agreed to by Grove, Good Shepherd Hospital 
        5/16/74 p.3
    Want area hospital, but…  5/16/74 p.3
    Village "tones down" opposition to hospital  5/30/74 p.4
    Alternate site study delays hospital review  6/6/74 p.1
    Hospital group okays name change  6/6/74 p.17
    No formal opposition to hospital  6/6/74 p.3
    BACOG mum on Draper  6/27/74 p.1
    Seek support for hospital  6/27/74 p.6
    Final action on hospital may come Tuesday  7/4/74 p.1
    Hospital plan in trouble?  7/11/74 p.1
    Hospital objections not valid: attorney  7/18/74 p.2
    County to vote on "hot potato"  8/8/74 p.1
    Hospital gets unanimous ok  8/15/74 p.1
    EPA guidelines slow review of application for FRG plant
        grant  8/22/74 p.2
    "Need" law snags Good Shepherd  9/5/74 p.3
    Kartalia leads hospital development campaign  10/3/74 p.10
    Hospital auxiliary assets near $200,000  12/26/74 p.16
    Special gift for Good Shepherd  12/26/74 p.4
 
GOOLS, DOROTHY                                              
    Surprise party honors couple  1/24/74 p.40
 
GOOLS, JAMES                                                
    Surprise party honors couple  1/24/74 p.40
 
GRAHAM, F. T. "MIKE"                                        
    Anderson joins Smith, Graham in county race  2/28/74 p.3
    Candidate says: buy open space, slow developers  10/31/74
        p.5
 
GRAHAM, JOHN A.                                             
    Graham gives state flag to village board  1/3/74 p.1
    Blair amendments in trouble: Graham  4/25/74 p.4
    Senator Graham criticizes highway funding change  4/25/74
        p.12
    "Big Brother" laws rapped by Graham  9/19/74 p.11
 
GRANT MOTORS                                                
    Grant Motors; Jerry Laine and Les Homuth, owners  5/16/74
        p.18
 
GREENERY (RESTAURANT)                                       
    Chefs aim to please public  5/23/74 p.20
 
GROVE MARINA                                                
    Grove Marina destroyed by three fires  1/31/74 p.44
 
GRUBB, LINDA                                                
    Woman assumes leadership role in village  1/10/74 p.1
 
GRUNNAH, TOM                                                
    Grunnah wins national title  3/28/74 p.47
 
GUS GIORDANO DANCE COMPANY                                  
    Gus Giordano dancers to star in July 20 benefit  7/11/74
        p.20
    Dinner benefit under the stars  7/18/74 p.18
 
GUYER, JAMES                                                
    Two ministers added  9/19/74 p.76
 
HAACK, SALLY                                                
    Sally Haack third Miss Barrington  6/20/74 p.3
    Miss Congeniality  7/25/74 p.1
 
HAGENBRING, VERN                                            
    Santa's alive and well, driving a 1911 Knox  12/5/74 p.1
 
HALLBERG, GARY                                              
    Hallberg tops in state tourney  10/31/74 p.1
 
HALLETT, SEARS                                              
    Traditions stifling Barrington education?  1/10/74 p.3
 
HAMELBERG, RONALD M.                                        
    Hansen names Hamelberg as coordinator  10/17/74 p.29
 
HANDICAPPED                                                 
    "Interesting way to spend a year" [work-study program] 
        3/28/74 p.19
    They know what "involved" means  4/11/74 p.22
 
HANSEN, CARL R.                                             
    Hansen names Hamelberg as coordinator  10/17/74 p.29
 
HARPER COLLEGE                                              
    Harper evening courses geared to management  1/3/74 p.26
    Harper college studies energy saving systems  1/10/74 p.60
    Name two at Harper to liaison committee  1/10/74 p.63
    New liberal studies course offered Harper students  3/7/74
        p.21
    Harper College calendar to reflect early opening  3/28/74
        p.28
    Eight Harper candidates debate expansion plans  4/4/74 p.6
    Harper commission seeks bicentennial involvement  4/4/74
        p.44
    10 vie for Harper board seats  4/11/74 p.7
    New age group represented by Harper award winners  4/11/74
        p.36
    Outstanding sophomores receive journalism awards  4/11/74
        p.29
    Shirley Munson elected to Harper College board  4/18/74 p.53
    Harper College has offerings for all ages  5/9/74 p.26
    Harper athletic director challenged by facilities  5/16/74
        p.46
    Birkholz named vice president in Harper moves  7/4/74 p.25
    Harper president elected to serve on national board  7/4/74
        p.48
    Harper dean named to national committee  7/18/74 p.48
    Sets orientation for mature women students  8/22/74 p.31
    HEW grant to Harper for program merger  8/29/74 p.17
    New leadership program to offer civic training  8/29/74 p.38
    Richter named student rep on Harper College board  10/31/74
        p.48
    He brings "real life" approach to Harper  11/14/74 p.49
 
HARRIS, DONALD G.                                           
    Charge McHenry man in fatal stabbing  3/14/74 p.4
 
HARTIGAN, NEIL                                              
    Seniors "Information Day" Sept. 9 at park  8/29/74 p.1
    Hartigan urges unity among senior citizens  9/12/74 p.3
 
HARTMANN, KAROL                                             
    Karol Hartmann resigns as clerk  10/17/74 p.7
 
HAYHURST, BOB                                               
    Name two at Harper to liaison committee  1/10/74 p.63
 
HAYWARD, THOMAS, SR.                                        
    County to build Western Avenue  7/18/74 p.1
 
HEARD, JAMES                                                
    Many residents support ex-cop  10/10/74 p.1
    Firing unjust and illegal: Heard  10/24/74 p.1
    Hearing not "Heard"  10/31/74 p.2
    Heard hearing Nov. 21  11/14/74 p.5
    Heard hearing will be closed  11/21/74 p.3
    Heard loses, will appeal vote  11/28/74 p.1
    Heard takes lie test  12/5/74 p.4
 
HEINE, ELMER                                                
    Heines leave "Garden Spot" after 25 years  5/9/74 p.3
 
HEINE, MABEL                                                
    Heines leave "Garden Spot" after 25 years  5/9/74 p.3
 
H-K DEVELOPMENT                                             
    Furniture mart  7/11/74 p.1
    Furniture mart plan gets commission nod  7/18/74 p.4
 
HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL.                                       
    Hoffman Estates board eyes BACOG  1/31/74 p.3
    Hoffman defers action on BACOG  2/7/74 p.1
    Board studies rezoning of Mundhank Road tract  7/18/74 p.13
    2 new developments near South Barrington total 1,099
        dwellings  12/5/74 p.4
 
HOGFELT, ARTHUR                                             
    Village presidents look at 1974  1/10/74 p.6
 
HOLAPPA, DICK                                               
    Copper plus creativity equals craftsmanship  6/27/74 p.3
 
HOLTZEE, ELSIE                                              
    100 fete 90-year-old  7/11/74 p.19
 
HOMUTH, LES                                                 
    Grant Motors; Jerry Laine and Les Homuth, owners  5/16/74
        p.18
 
HORSES                                                      
    Name Plum Tree Gymkhana winners  7/18/74 p.18
    Local girl wins cup  8/1/74 p.41
 
HORST, SHARON A.                                            
    Murder in Palatine  10/24/74 p.15
 
HOUGH STREET SCHOOL                                         
    Will Hough School become new library?  3/14/74 p.1
 
HOUK, C. EDWIN                                              
    Two ministers added  9/19/74 p.76
 
HOUSING                                                     
    Defers vote on housing chapter  2/7/74 p.8
    BACOG gets housing statistics  2/28/74 p.8
    Housing topic of Chamber meeting  3/21/74 p.1
    Officials warn: housing needs must be met  4/4/74 p.1
    Interest expressed in "moderate" housing  4/18/74 p.1
    Moderate income units in Draper proposal  4/25/74 p.1
    Integration not goal, says RHC's Gottlieb  5/16/74 p.58
    Housing report lists 4 moderate unit sites  8/22/74 p.1
    Board okays leasing of 1st "moderate" unit  11/14/74 p.4
 
HOWLETT, MIKE                                               
    Howlett boosts Beetham  5/23/74 p.13
 
HUBSCHMAN, JORGEN                                           
    Village presidents look at 1974  1/10/74 p.6
 
HUBSCHMAN, JORGEN, MR. AND MRS.                             
    50th anniversary  6/27/74 p.4
 
IHRIG, ALICE                                                
    Alice Ihrig names campaign manager for assessor race 
        4/25/74 p.38
    Candidate for assessor faces battle  5/2/74 p.11
 
ILLINOIS BELL                                               
    Illinois Bell starts buried cable projects  3/21/74 p.7
 
IMPEACHMENTS--UNITED STATES                                 
    Open hearing on suggestion of Rep. McClory  5/16/74 p.46
 
INN OF THE BARN (HOTEL)                                     
    "Inn of the Barn" hearing Jan. 23  1/17/74 p.3
    Inn of the barn [map]  1/17/74 p.12
    "Luxury inn" gets reservation  1/31/74 p.1
    Board approves "Inn" proposal  2/14/74 p.6
 
INVERNESS, ILL.                                             
    Village presidents look at 1974  1/10/74 p.6
    Inverness village board okays warning system  1/17/74 p.7
    Propose luxury homes for Inverness countryside  3/21/74 p.24
    Village may police Deer Park  3/28/74 p.1
    Inverness board close to approval of luxury PUD  4/18/74
        p.65
    Inverness to spend $1500 to determine police needs  5/23/74
        p.37
    Inverness, Barrington join move to clean up highway
        eyesores  5/30/74 p.45
    Inverness next stop for police  7/18/74 p.3
    Inverness requests new police offer  8/15/74 p.6
    Inverness to stay with Palatine police  9/12/74 p.2
    Inverness agrees to join Palatine library district 
        10/17/74 p.68
    Inverness opposes Draper development  11/14/74 p.4
 
ISHAK, MAMDOUH                                              
    Committee's choice opposed by 2 members  1/17/74 p.1
 
JAMES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION                               
    No Jewel-Osco complex: James  7/11/74 p.8
 
JESUIT RETREAT HOUSE                                        
    They come to reflect; to find inner peace  7/11/74 p.3
 
JEWEL COMPANIES                                             
    Jewel division announces two new vice presidencies  5/30/74
        p.9
 
JEWEL-OSCO (RETAIL STORE)                                   
    Association objects to Jewel-Osco plan  5/16/74 p.10
    No Jewel-Osco complex: James  7/11/74 p.8
 
JOHNSON, RICHARD                                            
    "Mr. J" -- living legend at BHS  11/21/74 p.3
 
JOINT COMMITTEE FOR AN AREA HOSPITAL                        
    Hospital group okays name change  6/6/74 p.17
 
JONES, FRANK                                                
    It's a small, small world  8/8/74 p.3
 
JONES, MARY LYNDALL                                         
    It's a small, small world  8/8/74 p.3
 
JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB                                         
    Clubs donate $1435 toward MIC vehicle  6/27/74 p.10
 
KARTALIA, MITCHELL P.                                       
    Kartalia leads hospital development campaign  10/3/74 p.10
 
KELLEY, JERRY                                               
    Roadblocks: For Match Point… and area builder  1/31/74 p.1
 
KELSEY, WARD                                                
    Shot in face during holdup  10/3/74 p.3
 
KENNEY, DONALD                                              
    Kenney leaving schools  6/13/74 p.3
 
KENNEY, MRS. FRANK D.                                       
    Mrs. Frank Kenney leads McClory bid  1/31/74 p.9
 
KERR, ROBERT                                                
    Blast mars installation  6/27/74 p.15
 
KLEIN, DON                                                  
    Regional police force?  Not yet: Klein  2/14/74 p.1
 
KLEIN, JOHN                                                 
    Action "untimely, unfair," 224 board head charges  2/14/74
        p.10
 
KNIGHTON, ROBERT D.                                         
    Head-on crash  3/14/74 p.5
 
KNOBE, RICK                                                 
    BHS grad elected mayor in Sioux Falls  5/23/74 p.7
 
KNODT, MRS. CLOY B.                                         
    Barrington woman is PEO state president  6/13/74 p.24
    State PEOs to honor Barrington woman  8/22/74 p.30
 
KOHAKE, CLAIRE                                              
    Install new director at nursery school  1/24/74 p.63
 
KOSKE, JACK R.                                              
    Koske founder dies  1/17/74 p.6
 
KRIEG REAL ESTATE                                           
    Krieg Real Estate; John C. Krieg, owner  6/13/74 p.47
 
KRIEG, JOHN C.                                              
    Krieg Real Estate; John C. Krieg, owner  6/13/74 p.47
 
KUNTZE, ERICH W.                                            
    Propose luxury homes for Inverness countryside  3/21/74 p.24
 
L. F. DRAPER AND ASSOCIATES                                 
    Moderate income units in Draper proposal  4/25/74 p.1
    District 220 studies Draper contribution  5/23/74 p.4
    "Lakes" project  5/30/74 p.1
    Commission to hear Draper plan June 19  5/30/74 p.1
    Draper hearing is Wednesday  6/13/74 p.3
    North Barrington Association challenges BACOG  6/20/74 p.6
    BACOG mum on Draper  6/27/74 p.1
    First Draper hearing Aug. 7  6/27/74 p.3
    BACOG to hear Draper proposal Tuesday  7/25/74 p.1
    Recommends Draper include "up to" 50 moderate income units 
        8/8/74 p.1
    Second hearing August 21  8/15/74 p.3
    District 220 opposed Draper development  8/22/74 p.3
    BACOG opposes Draper  8/29/74 p.1
    Emotions dominate 2nd Draper hearing  8/29/74 p.6
    Third Draper hearing Oct. 2  9/26/74 p.1
    Hints commission in cahoots with Draper  10/10/74 p.1
    Right pew, wrong church  10/10/74 p.3
    4th Draper hearing set for Oct. 23  10/17/74 p.1
    Draper ok but money squeeze hurts others  10/24/74 p.3
    Draper okay expected Monday  10/31/74 p.1
    Draper wins an OK by plan commission  11/7/74 p.1
    Inverness opposes Draper development  11/14/74 p.4
    Commission action proper, says Hartlaub  11/21/74 p.3
    Will consider Draper plan next month  11/21/74 p.5
    Draper meet postponed  12/5/74 p.3
    Draper meet Monday night  12/12/74 p.4
    Village rejects Draper petition  12/19/74 p.3
 
LABUY ESTATE                                                
    ICC hearing on DiMucci postponed  1/17/74 p.2
    Hearing on DiMucci is postponed again  3/21/74 p.1
 
LAFLEUR, LEO                                                
    Candidates warm up for primary  2/28/74 p.S-2
    RTA ripoff continuing, says LaFleur  10/10/74 p.15
    System in jeopardy, says Rep. LaFleur  10/17/74 p.8
 
LAGESCHULTE, JACK                                           
    Lageschulte Chamber president  12/26/74 p.3
 
LAHTI, ROBERT E.                                            
    Harper president elected to serve on national board  7/4/74
        p.48
 
LAINE, JERRY                                                
    Grant Motors; Jerry Laine and Les Homuth, owners  5/16/74
        p.18
 
LAKE BARRINGTON ASSOCIATES                                  
    Association objects to Jewel-Osco plan  5/16/74 p.10
 
LAKE BARRINGTON ICE ARENA                                   
    New ice rink: right place at right time  4/11/74 p.64
 
LAKE BARRINGTON PLAN COMMISSION                             
    Annexation hearing set in Lake Barrington  2/7/74 p.1
 
LAKE BARRINGTON SHORES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)            
    Bartlett developer has deer feeding program  1/17/74 p.2
    Builders formally introduce new Lake Barrington Shores 
        4/4/74 p.19
    No formal opposition to hospital  6/6/74 p.3
    No Jewel-Osco complex: James  7/11/74 p.8
    Bartlett battle isn't over, says Cameron  7/25/74 p.10
    Approves variation in "Shores" project  8/8/74 p.2
    Boat tours offered at Lake Barrington Shores  9/5/74 p.57
    "Shores" development wins seven awards  9/19/74 p.17
 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                                       
    Village presidents look at 1974  1/10/74 p.6
    Annexation hearing set in Lake Barrington  2/7/74 p.1
    Trustees lay low on flood plain ordinance  2/14/74 p.33
    "Super Soph" in state meet  2/28/74 p.10
    Lake Barrington defers action on tennis complex  3/7/74 p.2
    Lake Barrington: last hope for Match Point  3/28/74 p.3
    Builders formally introduce new Lake Barrington Shores 
        4/4/74 p.19
    Lake Barrington rejects Match Point plan  4/4/74 p.1
    Board tables vote on special use permit  5/9/74 p.9
    Lake Barrington to hear hospital report; zoning hearing set
        5/2/74 p.4
    New hospital still has problems  5/9/74 p.1
    Association objects to Jewel-Osco plan  5/16/74 p.10
    Deliver hospital verdict June 11  5/16/74 p.3
    Village "tones down" opposition to hospital  5/30/74 p.4
    Alternate site study delays hospital review  6/6/74 p.1
    No formal opposition to hospital  6/6/74 p.3
    Hospital plan in trouble?  7/11/74 p.1
    Hospital objections not valid: attorney  7/18/74 p.2
    Lake Barrington board balks at area study  12/12/74 p.10
 
LAKE COUNTY ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS                         
    Match Point hearing Tuesday in Waukegan  8/1/74 p.2
    Board takes appeal under advisement  8/8/74 p.2
 
LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    County decision on tennis club due Jan. 25  1/3/74 p.1
    Residents balk at zoning change for body shop  1/10/74 p.2
    County to vote on "hot potato"  8/8/74 p.1
    Hospital gets unanimous ok  8/15/74 p.1
 
LAKE ZURICH, ILL.                                           
    Lake Zurich will fill void in MIC service  7/4/74 p.2
    Expansion proposal condemned by Hosler  10/10/74 p.2
    MIC van dedicated as drive continues  11/14/74 p.3
 
LAKES OF BARRINGTON (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)               
    District 220 studies Draper contribution  5/23/74 p.4
    "Lakes" project  5/30/74 p.1
    Commission to hear Draper plan June 19  5/30/74 p.1
    Draper hearing is Wednesday  6/13/74 p.3
    Draper ok but money squeeze hurts others  10/24/74 p.3
 
LAND USE                                                    
    Investigate means of acquiring open space  5/9/74 p.4
    Planning future growth explored at conference  5/23/74 p.70
    Village goes after campground  11/28/74 p.3
 
LANDON, HERMAN                                              
    Jewel division announces two new vice presidencies  5/30/74
        p.9
 
LANE, NAIOMIA                                               
    COULD: "Scratching" to help the children  2/14/74 p.3
 
LANGE, HARRY                                                
    Homemade aircraft grounded by heat  7/18/74 p.3
    Survives crash  7/18/74 p.1
 
LARUE, MICHELE                                              
    Local actress to perform in Pennsylvania  8/1/74 p.22
 
LAUREYS, CHERIE                                             
    Cherie Laureys: one of the boys Saturday  9/5/74 p.1
 
LAWN AND GARDEN SPOT (RETAIL STORE)                         
    Heines leave "Garden Spot" after 25 years  5/9/74 p.3
 
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS                                      
    Ordinance adoption important: committee  4/18/74 p.6
    Elected county League director  6/13/74 p.13
 
LEARNING DISABILITIES                                       
    Childhood development program is outlined  4/11/74 p.20
 
LINCOLN-PRATT DEVELOPMENT CORP.                             
    Campground meeting in October  9/19/74 p.12
 
LINDFORS, ELMA                                              
    Elect Mrs. Lindfors to lead library board  5/9/74 p.1
 
LIQUOR LAWS                                                 
    Two liquor stores vie for one license  8/15/74 p.6
    Attorney challenges Voss in application for liquor license 
        8/29/74 p.4
    And then there were 3  9/12/74 p.1
    Liquorland owner waits for opinion  9/19/74 p.14
    Liquorland to return, make same request  10/10/74 p.2
    Liquorland bid shot down again  10/17/74 p.1
 
LITTELL, ATHALIE                                            
    Barrington Hills gets gift for village hall project 
        1/31/74 p.6
 
LITTLE CITY (YOUTH HOME)                                    
    They know what "involved" means  4/11/74 p.22
 
LOCKWOOD, RICHARD                                           
    Barrington resident charged in stabbing  4/4/74 p.1
    China beckons Barrington resident "home"  12/5/74 p.3+C788
 
MABBS, LINDA                                                
    Barrington native in concert  6/6/74 p.25
 
MACARTHUR, ALEX                                             
    MacArthur plays waiting game on RTA  4/11/74 p.5
    MacArthur objections stall action on project  6/27/74 p.68
    MacArthur blocks Paganica proposal  7/25/74 p.1
    MacArthurs relive trip behind Iron Curtain  11/14/74 p.14
 
MACRAE, JAMES                                               
    Barrington resident charged in stabbing  4/4/74 p.1
    Preliminary hearing planned Wednesday  4/11/74 p.2
    Continuance in attempted murder  4/18/74 p.3
 
MAIBEN, DEAN                                                
    Depot, traffic, refuse are top 1974 priorities  1/10/74 p.4
    Plan in question: Maiben  5/30/74 p.1
 
MANCUSO, JAMES                                              
    Village Cadillac; James Mancuso and Robert Mancuso, owners 
        5/16/74 p.54
 
MANCUSO, ROBERT                                             
    Village Cadillac; James Mancuso and Robert Mancuso, owners 
        5/16/74 p.54
 
MANN, RUSSELL                                               
    Years of growth at First Federal  1/24/74 p.10
 
MATCH POINT, INC. (TENNIS COMPLEX)                          
    Roadblocks: For Match Point… and area builder  1/31/74 p.1
    Annexation hearing set in Lake Barrington  2/7/74 p.1
    Annexation decision to be aired March 5  2/28/74 p.9
    Lake Barrington defers action on tennis complex  3/7/74 p.2
    Lake County Board rejects Match Point  3/14/74 p.2
    Lake Barrington: last hope for Match Point  3/28/74 p.3
    Lake Barrington rejects Match Point plan  4/4/74 p.1
    Ok building permit for Match Point  6/20/74 p.1
    Files appeal to issuance of permit  7/25/74 p.4
    Match Point hearing Tuesday in Waukegan  8/1/74 p.2
    Board takes appeal under advisement  8/8/74 p.2
    Appeals board delays vote on Match Point  9/5/74 p.2
    Match Point wins county court battle  9/19/74 p.2
    Match Point appeal set  11/28/74 p.2
 
MCALLISTER, BRAD                                            
    Salmon River claims second local resident  6/27/74 p.1
 
MCCLORY, ROBERT                                             
    Energy crisis key as Vass rips election foe  1/10/74 p.12
    Mrs. Frank Kenney leads McClory bid  1/31/74 p.9
    GOP leaders endorse Mullen  3/14/74 p.2
    River valley basin study gets committee approval  4/18/74
        p.68
    Open hearing on suggestion of Rep. McClory  5/16/74 p.46
    Beetham decries McClory's "flip-flops"  8/1/74 p.47
    McClory "confident" about Nov. 5 election  10/31/74 p.3
    Crane, McClory resist Dem gains  11/7/74 p.1
 
MCDONALD, TERESA                                            
    "Interesting way to spend a year" [work-study program] 
        3/28/74 p.19
 
MCFADDEN, BETTY M.                                          
    Jewel division announces two new vice presidencies  5/30/74
        p.9
 
MCKINNEY, FRANK F.                                          
    Retires from Quaker Oats after 40 years of service  8/1/74
        p.61
 
MCLAUGHLIN, JOHN                                            
    Village presidents look at 1974  1/10/74 p.6
 
MCLEAN, WILLIAM D., III, REV.                               
    New rector  7/4/74 p.16
 
MEMORIAL DAY                                                
    Memorial Day parade May 30  5/23/74 p.3
 
MERTENS, GORDON, JR.                                        
    Burglary victims see contraband in home  12/19/74 p.7
    Charged with theft  12/19/74 p.1
    FBI after two Mertens brothers  12/19/74 p.6
    Fears for his life, lives of neighbors  12/19/74 p.8
    Victims of burglaries may view contraband  12/26/74 p.3
 
MERTENS, GORDON, SR.                                        
    Burglary victims see contraband in home  12/19/74 p.7
    Charged with theft  12/19/74 p.1
    FBI after two Mertens brothers  12/19/74 p.6
    Mertens' attorney arrested  12/19/74 p.7
    Victims of burglaries may view contraband  12/26/74 p.3
 
MERTENS, MRS. GORDON, SR.                                   
    Burglary victims see contraband in home  12/19/74 p.7
    Charged with theft  12/19/74 p.1
    FBI after two Mertens brothers  12/19/74 p.6
    Victims of burglaries may view contraband  12/26/74 p.3
 
MERTENS, ROBERT                                             
    Burglary victims see contraband in home  12/19/74 p.7
    Charged with theft  12/19/74 p.1
    FBI after two Mertens brothers  12/19/74 p.6
    Fears for his life, lives of neighbors  12/19/74 p.8
    Victims of burglaries may view contraband  12/26/74 p.3
 
MEYER, JAMES                                                
    Sergeant named but controversy continues  1/10/74 p.1
 
MILES, AL                                                   
    Lions rodeo to star "quick draw" Miles  9/5/74 p.4
 
MILLER, GLENN                                               
    Three form slate, seek election to county board  2/28/74 p.7
    Slate takes campaign to county residents  3/7/74 p.7
    Need change from talk, says county board slate  3/14/74 p.37
 
MILLER, OLIVER B., MR. AND MRS.                             
    Former residents married 65 years  1/17/74 p.20
 
MISS BARRINGTON PAGEANT                                     
    Barrington girl is first pageant entry  4/11/74 p.9
    Barrington, Palatine girls enter pageant  5/2/74 p.7
    Two more girls enter third annual pageant  5/9/74 p.10
    Barrington, Lake Zurich girls enter 3rd pageant  5/16/74
        p.14
    Debbie Rodstrom last entry in 3rd pageant  5/23/74 p.5
    Third Miss Barrington Pageant Saturday night  6/13/74 p.4
    Sally Haack third Miss Barrington  6/20/74 p.3
    Miss Congeniality  7/25/74 p.1
 
MONSEN, MARY LYNN                                           
    Lynn Monsen may lose spot on ballot  6/27/74 p.8
    Mutual trust is vital in planning: Monsen  10/31/74 p.3
 
MOOR, ARTHUR                                                
    Moor receives award from planning institute  6/13/74 p.38
 
MOOR, RUTH                                                  
    Re-elect Ruth Moor president of BADC  6/6/74 p.2
    Ruth Moor: down but not out  8/8/74 p.3
 
MOSBACHER, ALICE                                            
    Barrington girl is first pageant entry  4/11/74 p.9
 
MOTORCYCLISTS                                               
    Benefit cycle jump stars record holder  8/1/74 p.6
 
MUGALIAN, RICHARD                                           
    Mugalian predicting victory in November  10/24/74 p.10
 
MULLEN, JEANNETTE H.                                        
    Senator Schaffer heads campaign for Mullen  2/7/74 p.2
    Senator Percy backs Mullen for treasurer  2/21/74 p.3
    GOP leaders endorse Mullen  3/14/74 p.2
 
MULLER, MRS. G. H.                                          
    Seriously hurt  12/26/74 p.4
 
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT                                        
    Woman assumes leadership role in village  1/10/74 p.1
    What public officials get for services  4/25/74 p.3
 
MUNSON, SHIRLEY                                             
    Shirley Munson elected to Harper College board  4/18/74 p.53
 
MURDOCK, GUY                                                
    Guy's back in town  5/23/74 p.68
    Spavital running rugged camp  6/20/74 p.15
 
NATIONAL FOOD STORE                                         
    National store still sought by library  1/10/74 p.47
 
NEAL, PATRICIA                                              
    Visits "Barn"  5/9/74 p.2
 
NEWSPAPERS                                                  
    New look for Courier  2/7/74 p.4
    Loring Platt dies  5/16/74 p.1
    Courier-Review adds photographer  9/12/74 p.11
    Suburban publisher named ad director  11/21/74 p.13
 
NIXON, RICHARD                                              
    Inclusion in tapes "stunned" Thompson  9/19/74 p.15
 
NORGE SKI CLUB                                              
    "Norge Twist" idea on drawing board  3/28/74 p.7
 
NORTH BARRINGTON ASSOCIATION OF CUBA TOWNSHIP               
    North Barrington Association challenges BACOG  6/20/74 p.6
 
NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Village presidents look at 1974  1/10/74 p.6
    Roadblocks: For Match Point… and area builder  1/31/74 p.1
    Detail hospital proposal  2/28/74 p.1
    Budget, tennis, roads North Barrington topics  3/28/74 p.8
    Village may police Deer Park  3/28/74 p.1
    North Barrington moves on road problems  4/25/74 p.11
    Hope to settle lighting controversy next month  5/23/74 p.8
    Village board locates 24 "troublespots"  6/27/74 p.63
    Board okays annexation of apple orchard  7/25/74 p.2
    Will seek $10,000 for paramedic program  8/29/74 p.11
    Housewife tackles complex health problems  10/3/74 p.3
    North Barrington rejects bridge construction bid  10/3/74
        p.8
    North Barrington gives $7,724 to MIC fund  11/28/74 p.10
    No vote on lighting controversy  12/19/74 p.12
    North Barrington denies library board request  12/19/74 p.3
 
NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS PLANNING COMMISSION                   
    Won't receive NIPC money for manager  4/18/74 p.1
 
NORTHWEST ASSOCIATION OF CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE               
    Area Chambers band together  5/2/74 p.1
 
OLD HEIDELBERG RESTAURANT                                   
    Site of village hall  7/25/74 p.3
 
ORBESEN, JUDY                                               
    Local girl wins cup  8/1/74 p.41
 
PACK-O-FUN                                                  
    Pack-O-Fun; Edna Clapper and John Clapper, owners  4/18/74
        p.18
 
PAGANICA II (SUBDIVISION)                                   
    MacArthur objections stall action on project  6/27/74 p.68
    Wants disclosure of firms' stockholders  7/11/74 p.1
    MacArthur blocks Paganica proposal  7/25/74 p.1
 
PALATINE PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT                            
    Inverness agrees to join Palatine library district 
        10/17/74 p.68
 
PANKER, WILLIAM, JR.                                        
    Woman beaten; man ignores plea for help  12/26/74 p.3
 
PARAMEDICS                                                  
    BADC specs committee to meet tonight  1/3/74 p.5
    Firemen receive committee nod  1/10/74 p.1
    Committee's choice opposed by 2 members  1/17/74 p.1
    Decision on MIC due Monday  1/17/74 p.1
    Questions raised by Delta owner  1/17/74 p.1
    Ambulance firms respond to vote  1/24/74 p.5
    Recommend program… but village has its own ideas  1/24/74
        p.1
    From mother to "Mama Mobile"  1/31/74 p.1
    MIC pow wow Monday  2/7/74 p.1
    Emergency question  2/14/74 p.1
    MIC referendum scheduled May 18 3/14/74 p.1
    Paramedics: a physician's eyes, ears, hands and mind at
        scene  3/21/74 p.3
    CFD to have referendum "if possible"  3/28/74 p.1
    MIC tax rate: 10c per $100  3/28/74 p.1
    Fire district will wait for village vote  4/4/74 p.1
    Informational MIC meeting on Tuesday  4/11/74 p.58
    Mobile intensive care program detailed again  4/18/74 p.7
    Questions, answers about MIC program  5/9/74 p.2
    Tax rate referendum Saturday  5/16/74 p.1
    MIC issue wins; light turnout  5/23/74 p.1
    Village goes to work on MIC service  5/30/74 p.3
    Fire departments work on ambulance programs  6/20/74 p.4
    BADC plans to boost technicians, paramedics  6/27/74 p.68
    Clubs donate $1435 toward MIC vehicle  6/27/74 p.10
    Lake Zurich will fill void in MIC service  7/4/74 p.2
    Paramedics to serve Barrington area now  7/18/74 p.1
    Will seek $10,000 for paramedic program  8/29/74 p.11
    Ylvisaker firm offers defibrillator  9/5/74 p.3
    Tower Lakes donates $500 to MIC program  9/19/74 p.4
    Acceptance of donation surprises township  10/24/74 p.1
    MIC fund drive gets underway  10/24/74 p.3
    Finish specifications for village MIC unit  11/14/74 p.2
    MIC van dedicated as drive continues  11/14/74 p.3
    MIC pressure building  11/28/74 p.1
    North Barrington gives $7,724 to MIC fund  11/28/74 p.10
    MIC drive exceeds goal, hits $29,000  12/12/74 p.17
    Must advertise again for MIC vehicle bids  12/12/74 p.6
 
PEARL HARBOR (HAWAII), ATTACK ON, 1941                      
    Pearl Harbor survivor gets wish: a return visit to scene of
        attack  3/7/74 p.16
 
PENNY PONTIAC                                               
    Bender-Rieger Pontiac makes way for youth  7/25/74 p.14
 
PENNY ROAD PUB (TAVERN)                                     
    Tavern extends frosty quaff at modest cost  7/25/74 p.3
 
PEO SISTERHOOD                                              
    Barrington woman is PEO state president  6/13/74 p.24
    State PEOs to honor Barrington woman  8/22/74 p.30
 
PERCY, CHARLES H.                                           
    Senator Percy backs Mullen for treasurer  2/21/74 p.3
 
PIPER, LEO G. "JERRY"                                       
    Suburban publisher named ad director  11/21/74 p.13
 
PLATT, LORING                                               
    Loring Platt dies  5/16/74 p.1
 
PLEITGEN FARM                                               
    South Barrington studies use of Pleitgen Farm  3/21/74 p.4
 
PLUM TREE GYMKHANA                                          
    Name Plum Tree Gymkhana winners  7/18/74 p.18
 
POLICE                                                      
    Sergeant named but controversy continues  1/10/74 p.1
    Regional police force?  Not yet: Klein  2/14/74 p.1
    Can police agree on program for region?  2/21/74 p.2
    South Barrington names full-time policeman  2/21/74 p.4
    Police turnover concerns board  2/28/74 p.3
    Tower Lakes oks purchase of squad car  2/28/74 p.5
    Village may police Deer Park  3/28/74 p.1
    Deer Park to hear police plan April 22  4/11/74 p.3
    Moving radar an effective tool  4/18/74 p.3
    Barrington Hills down on regional police plan  5/9/74 p.4
    Deer Park defers vote on police plan  5/2/74 p.2
    Deer Park pursues two-part police pact  5/16/74 p.2
    Inverness to spend $1500 to determine police needs  5/23/74
        p.37
    Hills' policemen looking to union  6/6/74 p.1
    Deer Park board oks police pact  6/13/74 p.1
    Fairhaven will meet with sheriff  6/20/74 p.2
    Police hire night radio dispatcher  6/27/74 p.5
    Regional police force feasible: ILEC study  6/27/74 p.2
    Stolen, found bikes problem for police  6/27/74 p.1
    Can't form special police district: study  7/4/74 p.6
    More police patrol for Fairhaven, Timberlake  7/4/74 p.4
    Village okays police pact with Deer Park  7/11/74 p.1
    Inverness next stop for police  7/18/74 p.3
    Deer Park delays police vote  8/15/74 p.1
    Higher salary doesn't attract candidates  8/15/74 p.1
    Inverness requests new police offer  8/15/74 p.6
    BACOG in line for $150,000 police grant  8/22/74 p.1
    BACOG endorses regional police plan  8/29/74 p.3
    Cherie Laureys: one of the boys Saturday  9/5/74 p.1
    Inverness to stay with Palatine police  9/12/74 p.2
    Deer Park police program to start "within the month" 
        9/19/74 p.2
    Police counselor: would it work at BHS?  9/19/74 p.3
    Many residents support ex-cop  10/10/74 p.1
    Remains found  10/10/74 p.2
    Bumpy times ahead for Tower Lakes motorists?  10/24/74 p.12
    Deer Park police patrol starts Nov. 1  10/24/74 p.3
    Firing unjust and illegal: Heard  10/24/74 p.1
    Police investigating paper trailer fires  10/24/74 p.2
    Hearing not "Heard"  10/31/74 p.2
    Heard hearing Nov. 21  11/14/74 p.5
    Heard hearing will be closed  11/21/74 p.3
    Heard loses, will appeal vote  11/28/74 p.1
    "Smitty" dies  12/5/74 p.1
    Heard takes lie test  12/5/74 p.4
    Burglary victims see contraband in home  12/19/74 p.7
    FBI after two Mertens brothers  12/19/74 p.6
    Mertens' attorney arrested  12/19/74 p.7
    Police plan and taxation top Deer Park list  12/26/74 p.12
    Victims of burglaries may view contraband  12/26/74 p.3
 
POSTAL SERVICE                                              
    Nothing "uniform" about Sandy  11/28/74 p.16
 
PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME                                   
    By George, he's in  2/14/74 p.42
 
PROTECT OUR WORLD'S ENVIRONMENTAL RIGHTS                    
    Rehearing extension granted to opponents  2/14/74 p.3
    POWER meeting slated for Wednesday in Grove  2/28/74 p.11
    ComEd must be stopped, Kulovsek tells POWER  3/14/74 p.6
    POWER proposes area-wide blackout  3/21/74 p.3
    ComEd protest: citizen victory?  4/18/74 p.3
    Air corps will battle ComEd plan  5/2/74 p.3
 
PUFFER, LILLIAN                                             
    Puffers mark 50th anniversary  2/21/74 p.16
 
PUFFER, NOBLE                                               
    Puffers mark 50th anniversary  2/21/74 p.16
 
PUZEY, RUSSELL                                              
    Village presidents look at 1974  1/10/74 p.6
 
RADIO BROADCASTING                                          
    District 220 approves student radio station  1/17/74 p.46
    Radio station gears for on-the-air status  10/10/74 p.4
 
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT                                     
    "Inn of the Barn" hearing Jan. 23  1/17/74 p.3
    Inn of the barn [map]  1/17/74 p.12
    Jan. 29 meeting could shed light on hospital  1/17/74 p.3
    Work beginning on Bent Creek  1/31/74 p.43
    Commercial complex at Hough and Main?  2/7/74 p.1
    Park going after campgrounds?  2/14/74 p.1
    Anderson joins Smith, Graham in county race  2/28/74 p.3
    Must watch growth: candidate Anderson  3/7/77 p.6
    Campgrounds ball thrown in village court  3/14/74 p.1
    Centex Homes files suit against Cook County  3/14/74 p.2
    Lake County Board rejects Match Point  3/14/74 p.2
    Hearing on DiMucci is postponed again  3/21/74 p.1
    Propose luxury homes for Inverness countryside  3/21/74 p.24
    Lake Barrington: last hope for Match Point  3/28/74 p.3
    Builders formally introduce new Lake Barrington Shores 
        4/4/74 p.19
    Lake Barrington rejects Match Point plan  4/4/74 p.1
    Campground group seeks village action, help from residents 
        4/11/74 p.3
    Inverness board close to approval of luxury PUD  4/18/74
        p.65
    Bethany to meet with village board May 13  5/2/74 p.1
    Investigate means of acquiring open space  5/9/74 p.4
    Association objects to Jewel-Osco plan  5/16/74 p.10
    Trustees plan holiday tomorrow  5/16/74 p.1
    District 220 studies Draper contribution  5/23/74 p.4
    Planning future growth explored at conference  5/23/74 p.70
    "Lakes" project  5/30/74 p.1
    Commission to hear Draper plan June 19  5/30/74 p.1
    No formal opposition to hospital  6/6/74 p.3
    Draper hearing is Wednesday  6/13/74 p.3
    May dismiss DiMucci request  6/20/74 p.1
    North Barrington Association challenges BACOG  6/20/74 p.6
    Ok building permit for Match Point  6/20/74 p.1
    BACOG mum on Draper  6/27/74 p.1
    First Draper hearing Aug. 7  6/27/74 p.3
    MacArthur objections stall action on project  6/27/74 p.68
    Furniture mart  7/11/74 p.1
    No Jewel-Osco complex: James  7/11/74 p.8
    Soil district to hear new Centex proposal  7/11/74 p.3
    Wants disclosure of firms' stockholders  7/11/74 p.1
    Furniture mart plan gets commission nod  7/18/74 p.4
    ICC orders dismissal of DiMucci petition  7/18/74 p.4
    BACOG to hear Draper proposal Tuesday  7/25/74 p.1
    Bartlett battle isn't over, says Cameron  7/25/74 p.10
    Files appeal to issuance of permit  7/25/74 p.4
    MacArthur blocks Paganica proposal  7/25/74 p.1
    2 developers are interested  8/1/74 p.5
    BACOG-Centex: Round 3  8/1/74 p.3
    Approves variation in "Shores" project  8/8/74 p.2
    Recommends Draper include "up to" 50 moderate income units 
        8/8/74 p.1
    Campground group to hear plans tonight  8/15/74 p.2
    Hospital gets unanimous ok  8/15/74 p.1
    Second hearing August 21  8/15/74 p.3
    Strategy meet is postponed  8/15/74 p.4
    District 220 opposed Draper development  8/22/74 p.3
    Residential proposals for campground land  8/22/74 p.1
    BACOG opposes Draper  8/29/74 p.1
    Emotions dominate 2nd Draper hearing  8/29/74 p.6
    "Need" law snags Good Shepherd  9/5/74 p.3
    "Shores" development wins seven awards  9/19/74 p.17
    Campground meeting in October  9/19/74 p.12
    Match Point wins county court battle  9/19/74 p.2
    Third Draper hearing Oct. 2  9/26/74 p.1
    Centex trial postponed  10/3/74 p.5
    Hints commission in cahoots with Draper  10/10/74 p.1
    Right pew, wrong church  10/10/74 p.3
    4th Draper hearing set for Oct. 23  10/17/74 p.1
    Draper ok but money squeeze hurts others  10/24/74 p.3
    Candidate says: buy open space, slow developers  10/31/74
        p.5
    Draper okay expected Monday  10/31/74 p.1
    Draper wins an OK by plan commission  11/7/74 p.1
    Centex trial postponed  11/14/74 p.2
    Inverness opposes Draper development  11/14/74 p.4
    Commission action proper, says Hartlaub  11/21/74 p.3
    Will consider Draper plan next month  11/21/74 p.5
    Match Point appeal set  11/28/74 p.2
    2 new developments near South Barrington total 1,099
        dwellings  12/5/74 p.4
    Draper meet postponed  12/5/74 p.3
    Draper meet Monday night  12/12/74 p.4
    Village rejects Draper petition  12/19/74 p.3
    Oks BACOG intervention  12/26/74 p.3
 
REALTY CORPORATION OF AMERICA                               
    2 new developments near South Barrington total 1,099
        dwellings  12/5/74 p.4
 
REFUSE AND REFUSE DISPOSAL                                  
    Depot, traffic, refuse are top 1974 priorities  1/10/74 p.4
    Garbage prompts action by board  1/24/74 p.4
    Will test new refuse pickup idea  3/28/74 p.3
    Sanitary landfills going, going…  4/25/74 p.1
    Tower Lakes to get new refuse system  4/25/74 p.7
    Roads, garbage topics  5/16/74 p.69
    Same refuse pickup system is probable  7/4/74 p.3
    Wauconda landfill lacks permit  7/4/74 p.1
    Refuse pickup fee to increase  7/11/74 p.7
    Residents to have choice of cans, bags  7/25/74 p.8
    Defer final vote on incinerator  8/29/74 p.3
    Incinerator burns BACOG chief  9/5/74 p.8
    Incinerator hearing planned Monday night  9/12/74 p.6
    Refuse collection fee increase -- again  9/26/74 p.4
    Help keep area clean  10/3/74 p.16
    Garbage bag program a hit  12/5/74 p.1
 
REGIONAL HOUSING COALITION                                  
    Integration not goal, says RHC's Gottlieb  5/16/74 p.58
 
REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY                                  
    RTA battle continues  1/24/74 p.2
    RTA group taking campaign to people  2/7/74 p.4
    Chamber forum on RTA planned Thursday  2/21/74 p.1
    What and why of RTA  3/7/74 p.3
    Last shots for and against RTA  3/14/74 p.3
    MacArthur plays waiting game on RTA  4/11/74 p.5
    RTA on shaky legs--Deuster  4/11/74 p.59
 
REX MORGAN, M.D. (COMIC STRIP)                              
    His pen breathes life into Dr. Rex Morgan  4/11/74 p.3
 
REYNOLDS, JEFFREY T.                                        
    Murder in Palatine  10/24/74 p.15
 
RICHTER, JAMES                                              
    Richter named student rep on Harper College board  10/31/74
        p.48
 
ROADS                                                       
    Opposed closing of Dundee Road  1/3/74 p.1
    Cuba road bridge project ready to go  1/17/74 p.5
    Northwest project to begin this year  4/11/74 p.4
    Surfaces collapsing, resident tells board  4/18/74 p.4
    North Barrington moves on road problems  4/25/74 p.11
    Senator Graham criticizes highway funding change  4/25/74
        p.12
    Improvements, dates of completion listed  5/16/74 p.4
    Roads, garbage topics  5/16/74 p.69
    Inverness, Barrington join move to clean up highway
        eyesores  5/30/74 p.45
    Hillside renovation, extension approved  6/13/74 p.4
    Village board locates 24 "troublespots"  6/27/74 p.63
    County to build Western Avenue  7/18/74 p.1
    Gravel trucks rolling  7/25/74 p.3
    Special assessment: an expensive process  8/1/74 p.1
    Residents ask: lower speed limit  8/15/74 p.4
    Residents split on street closing  8/15/74 p.2
    South Hager project limps along  9/12/74 p.1
    Township will meet on closing of streets  9/12/74 p.2
    Cook County final authority in college streets controversy 
        9/26/74 p.1
    College streets' problem persists  10/3/74 p.2
    Village board won't close Summit Street  10/17/74 p.3
    Bridge repairs to close Golfview Drive temporarily 
        10/31/74 p.14
    Hager Street paving project abandoned  10/31/74 p.3
    Northwest street work is delayed  11/21/74 p.5
 
ROBINSON, CAROL CULP                                        
    Courier-Review adds photographer  9/12/74 p.11
 
RODEOS                                                      
    Lions rodeo to star "quick draw" Miles  9/5/74 p.4
    Thrills 'n spills  9/19/74 p.57
 
ROEPKEN, HENRY R.                                           
    He brings "real life" approach to Harper  11/14/74 p.49
 
ROOS, ERIK                                                  
    Candidate files for library board  2/21/74 p.8
    No contest in library election  4/4/74 p.3
 
ROTH, PHILLIP, JR.                                          
    Descendants are sought to claim Roth estate  8/8/74 p.21
 
RUDOLPH, CHARLES J.                                         
    Head-on crash  3/14/74 p.5
 
RYAN, RICHARD                                               
    Ryan a candidate for library board  3/7/74 p.5
    No contest in library election  4/4/74 p.3
 
SALES ANALYSIS INSTITUTE                                    
    Leasing firm may purchase SAI building  1/17/74 p.10
    Board tables vote on special use permit  5/9/74 p.9
 
SALVATION ARMY                                              
    Barrington cares about the needy…  12/26/74 p.5
 
SANDBERG, WILLIAM, JR.                                      
    Save accident victim  12/12/74 p.1
 
SANFILIPPO, BETTY                                           
    Tavern extends frosty quaff at modest cost  7/25/74 p.3
 
SANITARY LANDFILLS                                          
    Sanitary landfills going, going…  4/25/74 p.1
    Wauconda landfill lacks permit  7/4/74 p.1
    Landfill permit in the mail?  8/1/74 p.50
 
SANTA CLAUS                                                 
    Santa's alive and well, driving a 1911 Knox  12/5/74 p.1
 
SARTAIN, SUE                                                
    BHS students take exhibition honors  1/24/74 p.28
 
SAVE THE CHILDREN FEDERATION                                
    Barrington resident "adopts" 2 children  6/6/74 p.10
 
SCHAFFER, JACK                                              
    Senator Schaffer heads campaign for Mullen  2/7/74 p.2
 
SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS                                       
    3-year pact for Zoeller  8/1/74 p.1
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 155                                         
    Forum brings pleas, District 3 holds key  2/7/74 p.6
    District 224 board may follow village lines  2/21/74 p.1
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 224                                         
    District 224 faces "critical meeting" Monday  1/31/74 p.14
    District 220 to transfer $155,000 to District 224  2/7/74
        p.49
    Forum brings pleas, District 3 holds key  2/7/74 p.6
    Action "untimely, unfair," 224 board head charges  2/14/74
        p.10
    District 224 board may follow village lines  2/21/74 p.1
    District 220 annexes part of 224  3/14/74 p.1
    County boards must okay 224 dissolution  3/21/74 p.5
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 3                                           
    Forum brings pleas, District 3 holds key  2/7/74 p.6
    Action "untimely, unfair," 224 board head charges  2/14/74
        p.10
    District 224 board may follow village lines  2/21/74 p.1
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 300                                         
    Request detachment from District 300  3/14/74 p.16
    District 300 rejects detachment request  3/28/74 p.9
    Okays detachment from District 300  11/21/74 p.4
    District 300 challenges detachment  11/28/74 p.13
 
SCHULTZ, MARCIE J.                                          
    Mass tomorrow for Mrs. Schultz  11/7/74 p.6
 
SCHURECHT, FRED                                             
    "Luxury inn" gets reservation  1/31/74 p.1
 
SCHWABE, CHARLES                                            
    Barrington Hills board rejects traveling manager  4/4/74 p.3
    Traveling manager "go" for full year  4/4/74 p.4
 
SCHWANK, BETTY                                              
    First National promotes two  1/17/74 p.5
 
SCHWARTZ, MILTON                                            
    Schwartz reports committee findings  6/13/74 p.10
 
SCHWETTMAN, JANET                                           
    From mother to "Mama Mobile"  1/31/74 p.1
 
SEYFARTH, HENRY E.                                          
    Recent presidential appointee to center  4/4/74 p.39
 
SHEFNER, NATHAN                                             
    Board studies rezoning of Mundhank Road tract  7/18/74 p.13
 
SIGNS AND SIGNBOARDS                                        
    Sign law violators must act by Sept. 26  8/29/74 p.1
    Auto dealerships to test legality of sign ordinance  9/5/74
        p.1
    Auto dealers "wait and see" on sign law  9/12/74 p.11
    Sign ordinance an abomination: Dugan  10/3/74 p.2
    Sign law batting average: .000  12/5/74 p.3
 
SIMONINI'S (RESTAURANT)                                     
    53-year history ends in Algonquin blaze  12/5/74 p.6
 
SITTLER, WILLIAM R.                                         
    Good Shepherd names Sittler administrator  3/14/74 p.52
 
SMITH, KEVIN                                                
    Anderson joins Smith, Graham in county race  2/28/74 p.3
 
SMITH, REYNOLD E.                                           
    "Smitty" dies  12/5/74 p.1
 
SMOKING                                                     
    Smoking ban at meetings?  Forget it  8/22/74 p.3
 
SNOW REMOVAL                                                
    Study taxing district for snow removal  3/28/74 p.2
    Backs taxing district for snow removal  4/25/74 p.1
    Okay taxing district for snow removal  6/27/74 p.4
    Two file objections to snow tax district  8/1/74 p.2
    Village "goofed"  12/5/74 p.3
 
SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS            
    The SPCA: people who care  10/10/74 p.49
 
SOJKA, FLORENCE (FLOSSIE)                                   
    Flossie's job is no short-term venture  2/7/74 p.15
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                              
    South Barrington voters create park district  10/3/74 p.4
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Village presidents look at 1974  1/10/74 p.6
    South Barrington names full-time policeman  2/21/74 p.4
    Centex Homes files suit against Cook County  3/14/74 p.2
    South Barrington studies use of Pleitgen Farm  3/21/74 p.4
    Surfaces collapsing, resident tells board  4/18/74 p.4
    Roads, garbage topics  5/16/74 p.69
    Above ground pools are out  6/20/74 p.3
    Board studies rezoning of Mundhank Road tract  7/18/74 p.13
    New plan includes only 3 BACOG ordinances  8/22/74 p.17
    South Barrington voters create park district  10/3/74 p.4
    2 new developments near South Barrington total 1,099
        dwellings  12/5/74 p.4
 
SOUTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER                                   
    Dominick's to become major center tenant  4/18/74 p.8
 
SPAVITAL, JIM                                               
    Grant Motors; Jerry Laine and Les Homuth, owners  5/16/74
        p.18
 
SPECIAL EDUCATION                                           
    "Special" students "short changed" at school?  1/24/74 p.3
    Claims "special" students' rights violated  1/31/74 p.3
    District 220: Coping with "bombshell issue"  2/7/74 p.3
    COULD: "Scratching" to help the children  2/14/74 p.3
 
SPENCE, BETTY                                               
    Spence predicts upset in November election  10/10/74 p.50
    Spence has message for voters in district  10/24/74 p.16
 
SPOHRER, RONALD E.                                          
    Charge McHenry man in fatal stabbing  3/14/74 p.4
 
SPORTS                                                      
    County decision on tennis club due Jan. 25  1/3/74 p.1
    Cub cagers here to battle faculty  1/17/74 p.3
    Hockey for girls planned at park  1/17/74 p.8
    By George, he's in  2/14/74 p.42
    "Super Soph" in state meet  2/28/74 p.10
    Former athlete given award by university  3/7/74 p.13
    Grunnah wins national title  3/28/74 p.47
    New ice rink: right place at right time  4/11/74 p.64
    "Fiery" Carter hopes to spark WFL entry  5/9/74 p.8
    Cougars, Backstrom make suburban debut  5/2/74 p.8
    Czerwonky named World net ump  5/9/74 p.63
    Harper athletic director challenged by facilities  5/16/74
        p.46
    Guy's back in town  5/23/74 p.68
    Spavital running rugged camp  6/20/74 p.15
    Banner weekend  10/24/74 p.13
    Hallberg tops in state tourney  10/31/74 p.1
    What is an E-Rab?  11/14/74 p.1
    Football playoffs: retain, revise, or reject?  11/28/74 p.3
 
SPORTS FACILITIES                                           
    Enclosed pool desirable, say administrators  1/24/74 p.4
    New ice rink: right place at right time  4/11/74 p.64
    Main pool may not open on time: Miller  5/16/74 p.7
    Not much opposition to swim pool idea  7/25/74 p.2
    Developments may alter pool proposal  8/15/74 p.8
    Many support indoor pool idea  11/21/74 p.1
 
SPRING CREEK BASSET HUNT                                    
    Blessing of the hounds planned Sunday afternoon  10/3/74
        p.14
 
ST. ANNE SCHOOL                                             
    St. Anne school going on the air in January  12/12/74 p.3
 
ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH                                        
    New rector  7/4/74 p.16
 
STAHL, FREDA                                                
    Freda Stahl accepts post in Algonquin  11/21/74 p.4
 
STEVENSON, EARL K.                                          
    Man involves daughter's date in gun incident  5/9/74 p.53
 
STOEFFEL, LES                                               
    Group not interested in Degner proposal  2/14/74 p.4
 
STOETZEL, RALPH                                             
    Stoetzel will present library addition plan  10/31/74 p.1
 
STOP-N-SOCK GOLF DRIVING RANGE                              
    Board socks it to area driving range  8/22/74 p.6
 
STRABBALLY (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                        
    Propose luxury homes for Inverness countryside  3/21/74 p.24
 
STRADBALLY (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                        
    Propose luxury homes for Inverness countryside  3/21/74 p.24
    Inverness board close to approval of luxury PUD  4/18/74
        p.65
 
STRUBEL, MARTY                                              
    Artist captures a child's view of nature  10/3/74 p.32
 
SUBURBAN SERVICE LEAGUE                                     
    They know what "involved" means  4/11/74 p.22
 
SUNDRY, DEBORAH                                             
    BHS students take exhibition honors  1/24/74 p.28
 
SWIMMING POOLS                                              
    Enclosed pool desirable, say administrators  1/24/74 p.4
    Main pool may not open on time: Miller  5/16/74 p.7
    Above ground pools are out  6/20/74 p.3
    Not much opposition to swim pool idea  7/25/74 p.2
    Developments may alter pool proposal  8/15/74 p.8
    Many support indoor pool idea  11/21/74 p.1
 
SWISTOWICZ, PETER                                           
    South Barrington names full-time policeman  2/21/74 p.4
 
TAMRAZ, PAUL                                                
    Bender-Rieger Pontiac makes way for youth  7/25/74 p.14
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                         
    Taxes: Cuba down, Barrington the same  5/2/74 p.1
    Township taxes up, due date is Sept. 16  8/15/74 p.3
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.                                  
    State budget could cause local problems  3/21/74 p.2
    MIC tax rate: 10c per $100  3/28/74 p.1
    Study taxing district for snow removal  3/28/74 p.2
    Fire district will wait for village vote  4/4/74 p.1
    Backs taxing district for snow removal  4/25/74 p.1
    What public officials get for services  4/25/74 p.3
    Tax rate referendum Saturday  5/16/74 p.1
    Okay taxing district for snow removal  6/27/74 p.4
    Two file objections to snow tax district  8/1/74 p.2
 
TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                               
    Supreme Court rules for county taxpayers  2/7/74 p.2
    Assessment roll for 1973  4/11/74 p.2
    More tax protests to be heard in May  4/11/74 p.1
    Cuba assessments not valid: Anderson  4/25/74 p.3
    Taxes: Cuba down, Barrington the same  5/2/74 p.1
    Board of Review Valuation Changes for 1973  6/13/74 p.54
    Cuba Township tax bills down 17%  8/8/74 p.1
 
TAXATION--DEER PARK, ILL.                                   
    Deer Park approves real estate tax levy  7/11/74 p.2
    Police plan and taxation top Deer Park list  12/26/74 p.12
 
TAXATION--ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                
    More tax protests to be heard in May  4/11/74 p.1
    Ela Township tax protest forms now available  9/5/74 p.2
 
TAXATION--ILLINOIS                                          
    State budget could cause local problems  3/21/74 p.2
 
TAXATION--LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                             
    Sales tax revenue is questioned  9/5/74 p.9
 
TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Payment deadline changed  9/26/74 p.4
 
TAXATION--TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                 
    Must borrow cash  8/1/74 p.10
 
TAYLOR, DONALD                                              
    Corbett murder trial set to begin Monday  5/16/74 p.1
    Corbett trial underway  7/25/74 p.1
    Three found guilty in Corbett murder case  8/15/74 p.5
    Corbett murder case may end tomorrow  9/26/74 p.5
    Sentencing due Monday  10/3/74 p.3
    Three killers get 100-200 years in jail  10/10/74 p.5
 
TAYLOR, IRENE                                               
    Party to mark 50 years  5/2/74 p.25
 
TAYLOR, JAMES                                               
    Party to mark 50 years  5/2/74 p.25
 
TAYLOR, RUEBEN                                              
    Corbett murder trial set to begin Monday  5/16/74 p.1
    Corbett trial underway  7/25/74 p.1
    Three found guilty in Corbett murder case  8/15/74 p.5
    Corbett murder case may end tomorrow  9/26/74 p.5
    Sentencing due Monday  10/3/74 p.3
    Three killers get 100-200 years in jail  10/10/74 p.5
 
TELEVISION IN EDUCATION                                     
    St. Anne school going on the air in January  12/12/74 p.3
 
TEPPER, TERRI                                               
    Barrington woman spurs action on surname issue  2/28/74 p.15
 
THOMAS, FRANKLIN                                            
    Will BHS become Franklin Thomas High?  6/6/74 p.6
    Franklin Thomas: a person for all persons  6/13/74 p.1
    It's now Franklin Thomas High  6/13/74 p.3
    Suggests dedication ceremony  7/11/74 p.3
    Dedication ceremony on Sunday  10/3/74 p.1
    Dedicate high school to Thomas  10/10/74 p.1
 
THOMPSON, JAMES R.                                          
    Annual dinner dance to feature Thompson  8/29/74 p.2
    Inclusion in tapes "stunned" Thompson  9/19/74 p.15
 
THUNDERBIRD ESTATES (SUBDIVISION)                           
    Country club area to join park district  4/11/74 p.4
    Thunderbird may join park district  7/4/74 p.9
 
TIMBERLAKE (SUBDIVISION)                                    
    More police patrol for Fairhaven, Timberlake  7/4/74 p.4
 
TOMKINS, KENNETH                                            
    Roadblocks: For Match Point… and area builder  1/31/74 p.1
 
TORNADOES                                                   
    Storm season here; safety hints offered  4/11/74 p.58
 
TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                           
    Village presidents look at 1974  1/10/74 p.6
    Razing costs $700  1/24/74 p.14
    Tower Lakes oks purchase of squad car  2/28/74 p.5
    Tower Lakes oks 3 BACOG ordinances  3/21/74 p.4
    Tower Lakes to get new refuse system  4/25/74 p.7
    Must borrow cash  8/1/74 p.10
    Treasurer's report  8/15/74 p.17
    Board socks it to area driving range  8/22/74 p.6
    Tower Lakes donates $500 to MIC program  9/19/74 p.4
    Bumpy times ahead for Tower Lakes motorists?  10/24/74 p.12
 
TRAFFIC FLOW                                                
    Depot, traffic, refuse are top 1974 priorities  1/10/74 p.4
    Township will meet on closing of streets  9/12/74 p.2
    No vote on lighting controversy  12/19/74 p.12
 
TRAFFIC SAFETY                                              
    Residents ask: lower speed limit  8/15/74 p.4
    Board asks state to lower speed limit  8/29/74 p.15
 
TRANSPORTATION                                              
    RTA battle continues  1/24/74 p.2
    RTA group taking campaign to people  2/7/74 p.4
    Industries consider busing of employees  2/14/74 p.2
    Chamber forum on RTA planned Thursday  2/21/74 p.1
    What and why of RTA  3/7/74 p.3
    Driver testing site here still a possibility  3/21/74 p.3
    BACOG, Barrington Hills oppose driver test station  4/4/74
        p.4
    MacArthur plays waiting game on RTA  4/11/74 p.5
    RTA on shaky legs--Deuster  4/11/74 p.59
    State proceeds with plans for testing station  4/11/74 p.53
    Vehicle sticker fee will increase to $8  4/18/74 p.2
    Blair amendments in trouble: Graham  4/25/74 p.4
    Board okays pact with C&NW  4/25/74 p.3
    Delay driver testing site negotiations  5/9/74 p.1
    Seeks halt to C&NW fare hike  5/2/74 p.15
    Mini-bus for senior citizens a possibility  7/11/74 p.6
    Board oks increase in vehicle tag fees  7/25/74 p.7
    Voss gives Village Taxi 2nd chance  8/8/74 p.3
    CTA extension could hurt commuter line  8/29/74 p.13
    Argue "principle" of free buses  9/5/74 p.3
    Free bus for some students  9/26/74 p.3
    RTA ripoff continuing, says LaFleur  10/10/74 p.15
    Two firms interested in a dial-a-cab concept  10/17/74 p.2
 
UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS                                 
    Residents spot UFO over Baker's Lake  11/7/74 p.3
    Local UFO sighting will be investigated  11/21/74 p.2
    UFO report forwarded to center  12/5/74 p.8
 
VAN HAGEN, GEORGE                                           
    Van Hagen heads youth commission  11/28/74 p.1
 
VASS, EDWARD M.                                             
    Energy crisis key as Vass rips election foe  1/10/74 p.12
    Candidates warm up for primary  2/28/74 p.S-2
    GOP leaders endorse Mullen  3/14/74 p.2
 
VATALARO, PATRICIA                                          
    BHS students to participate in congressional seminar 
        3/7/74 p.29
 
VETERINARIANS                                               
    "Farm calls" specialty  8/8/74 p.8
 
VILLAGE CADILLAC                                            
    Village Cadillac; James Mancuso and Robert Mancuso, owners 
        5/16/74 p.54
 
VILLAGE CHURCH                                              
    $750,000 expansion  11/21/74 p.2
 
VILLAGES OF BENT CREEK (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)            
    Work beginning on Bent Creek  1/31/74 p.43
 
VOLUNTARISM                                                 
    Many volunteers serving area elementary schools  2/28/74
        p.19
    Their skills and hobbies enrich our youth  12/5/74 p.21
 
VOLUNTEER BUREAU OF BARRINGTON                              
    Many volunteers serving area elementary schools  2/28/74
        p.19
 
VOSS, FRED                                                  
    Voss gives Village Taxi 2nd chance  8/8/74 p.3
    Attorney challenges Voss in application for liquor license 
        8/29/74 p.4
 
WAGNER, CYRIL                                               
    Village presidents look at 1974  1/10/74 p.6
    Man of Year award presented to Wagner  4/4/74 p.10
    Re-elect Wagner BACOG head  5/30/74 p.3
    Name Wagner to bi-state commission  7/25/74 p.8
 
WALDEN, O. WENDELL                                          
    Walden joins District 220  7/4/74 p.3
 
WASTE DISPOSAL IN THE GROUND                                
    Sewage pact agreed to by Grove, Good Shepherd Hospital 
        5/16/74 p.3
    Village considering incinerator  7/4/74 p.1
    Wauconda landfill lacks permit  7/4/74 p.1
    Landfill permit in the mail?  8/1/74 p.50
    Incinerator dying a slow death  9/19/74 p.1
    Meetings this week on incinerator plant  9/26/74 p.2
    Incinerator project goes by the boards  10/3/74 p.4
 
WATER                                                       
    Trustees lay low on flood plain ordinance  2/14/74 p.33
    Budget, tennis, roads North Barrington topics  3/28/74 p.8
    Flood plain ordinance concerns village board  9/26/74 p.4
    Funding sought for flood control project  11/28/74 p.8
 
WATER QUALITY                                               
    Approves expansion of treatment plant  2/28/74 p.1
    Village considering incinerator  7/4/74 p.1
    EPA guidelines slow review of application for FRG plant
        grant  8/22/74 p.2
    Expansion of treatment plant in jeopardy  9/12/74 p.1
    Meetings this week on incinerator plant  9/26/74 p.2
    Cost study to determine fate of Barrington treatment plant 
        10/3/74 p.1
    Housewife tackles complex health problems  10/3/74 p.3
    Incinerator project goes by the boards  10/3/74 p.4
    Expansion proposal condemned by Hosler  10/10/74 p.2
    Ecologists, engineers say convert wastes to assets  11/7/74
        p.47
    Define boundaries for treatment study  11/21/74 p.6
    Lake Barrington board balks at area study  12/12/74 p.10
 
WATERGATE AFFAIR, 1972-1974                                 
    Inclusion in tapes "stunned" Thompson  9/19/74 p.15
 
WATSON, KAY                                                 
    "Who's Who" listing honors local Realtor  3/7/74 p.19
 
WATT, DOROTHY D.                                            
    Barrington Hills gets gift for village hall project 
        1/31/74 p.6
 
WAUCONDA, ILL.                                              
    Landfill permit in the mail?  8/1/74 p.50
 
WEBBE, BILL                                                 
    Bill Webbe races into spotlight  7/18/74 p.53
 
WEEGE, REINHOLD                                             
    Outstanding sophomores receive journalism awards  4/11/74
        p.29
 
WELCOME WAGON                                               
    Welcome Wagon elects officers; announces coffee  4/18/74
        p.32
    Clubs donate $1435 toward MIC vehicle  6/27/74 p.10
 
WELLS, GARY                                                 
    Benefit cycle jump stars record holder  8/1/74 p.6
 
WICHSER, PEGGY                                              
    Committee's choice opposed by 2 members  1/17/74 p.1
 
WINKIE BEAR CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER                        
    Install new director at nursery school  1/24/74 p.63
 
WIRSING, ALVA                                               
    Couple to mark 50 years  6/6/74 p.22
 
WIRSING, GRACE                                              
    Couple to mark 50 years  6/6/74 p.22
 
WITTHANS, CLARENCE                                          
    Mabel, Clarence Witthans mark 50 years together  7/18/74
        p.20
 
WITTHANS, MABEL                                             
    Mabel, Clarence Witthans mark 50 years together  7/18/74
        p.20
 
WOMEN                                                       
    Woman assumes leadership role in village  1/10/74 p.1
    Barrington woman spurs action on surname issue  2/28/74 p.15
    Candidate for assessor faces battle  5/2/74 p.11
    Sets orientation for mature women students  8/22/74 p.31
    Cherie Laureys: one of the boys Saturday  9/5/74 p.1
    They "let the community know"  9/5/74 p.20
    Celebration to focus on goals of women  10/24/74 p.21
    Nothing "uniform" about Sandy  11/28/74 p.16
 
WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS                                        
    Women's Relief corps: tradition of service  2/7/74 p.42
 
WORLD RECORDS                                               
    Benefit cycle jump stars record holder  8/1/74 p.6
 
WORLD WAR, 1939-1945                                        
    Pearl Harbor survivor gets wish: a return visit to scene of
        attack  3/7/74 p.16
 
WRIGHT, H. L.                                               
    Former athlete given award by university  3/7/74 p.13
 
YENNE, ANNE                                                 
    Puppeteer is "Nightingale of Year"  3/14/74 p.19
 
YOUTH                                                       
    "Interesting way to spend a year" [work-study program] 
        3/28/74 p.19
    Beetham urges youth to join grass roots  5/2/74 p.29
    Youth Services group plans annual meeting  5/16/74 p.6
    My greatest adventure, says exchange student  7/4/74 p.4
    AFS benefits both family and Turkish student  7/25/74 p.20
    Local youth committees progress, look to 1975  9/5/74 p.46
    The SPCA: people who care  10/10/74 p.49
    Name 14 to youth commission  11/21/74 p.1
    Van Hagen heads youth commission  11/28/74 p.1
    Their skills and hobbies enrich our youth  12/5/74 p.21
    Youth group set to name 1st director  12/19/74 p.3
 
YOUTH SERVICES                                              
    Youth Services group plans annual meeting  5/16/74 p.6
    Local youth committees progress, look to 1975  9/5/74 p.46
    Youth group set to name 1st director  12/19/74 p.3
 
ZIEGLER, ROY                                                
    Varied Thrush finds home with Zieglers  4/4/74 p.2
 
ZISKE, MYRTLE                                               
    Suburban publisher named ad director  11/21/74 p.13
 
ZOELLER, JOSEPH M.                                          
    Teachers blast Zoeller remarks  5/16/74 p.6
    Special 220 meeting set for tonight  7/25/74 p.3
    3-year pact for Zoeller  8/1/74 p.1
 
ZONING                                                      
    County decision on tennis club due Jan. 25  1/3/74 p.1
    Residents balk at zoning change for body shop  1/10/74 p.2
    "Inn of the Barn" hearing Jan. 23  1/17/74 p.3
    "Luxury inn" gets reservation  1/31/74 p.1
    Roadblocks: For Match Point… and area builder  1/31/74 p.1
    Annexation hearing set in Lake Barrington  2/7/74 p.1
    Annexation decision to be aired March 5  2/28/74 p.9
    Lake Barrington defers action on tennis complex  3/7/74 p.2
    Centex Homes files suit against Cook County  3/14/74 p.2
    Lake County Board rejects Match Point  3/14/74 p.2
    Budget, tennis, roads North Barrington topics  3/28/74 p.8
    Lake Barrington: last hope for Match Point  3/28/74 p.3
    Lake Barrington rejects Match Point plan  4/4/74 p.1
    Lake Barrington to hear hospital report; zoning hearing set
        5/2/74 p.4
    New hospital still has problems  5/9/74 p.1
    Deliver hospital verdict June 11  5/16/74 p.3
    Plan commission oks flood plain ordinance  5/16/74 p.60
    Want area hospital, but…  5/16/74 p.3
    Village "tones down" opposition to hospital  5/30/74 p.4
    Alternate site study delays hospital review  6/6/74 p.1
    Final action on hospital may come Tuesday  7/4/74 p.1
    Board studies rezoning of Mundhank Road tract  7/18/74 p.13
    Furniture mart plan gets commission nod  7/18/74 p.4
    Hospital objections not valid: attorney  7/18/74 p.2
    Files appeal to issuance of permit  7/25/74 p.4
    BACOG-Centex: Round 3  8/1/74 p.3
    Match Point hearing Tuesday in Waukegan  8/1/74 p.2
    County to vote on "hot potato"  8/8/74 p.1
    Board socks it to area driving range  8/22/74 p.6
    Appeals board delays vote on Match Point  9/5/74 p.2
    "Big Brother" laws rapped by Graham  9/19/74 p.11
    Match Point wins county court battle  9/19/74 p.2
    Sign ordinance an abomination: Dugan  10/3/74 p.2
    Board barks back  10/24/74 p.14
    Match Point appeal set  11/28/74 p.2
    Sign law batting average: .000  12/5/74 p.3
    Catlow swings but manager swings back  12/12/74 p.4