3-H BUILDING CORPORATION                                    
    Action on 3-H rezoning is due at Aug. 3 meeting  7/9/70 p.6
    Old Mill Grove residents air fears about subdivision 
        7/23/70 p.8
 
4-H CLUBS                                                   
    Barrington 4-H girls take many fair awards  8/13/70 p.34
    4-H members do well at Lake County Fair  8/27/70 p.19
    Club wins six championships  9/10/70 p.2
    Will honor Mrs. Parker this Tuesday  10/1/70 p.3
    Mrs. Parker honored  10/14/70 p.6
    Elect officers  11/12/70 p.7
    Oriana Parker is given 4-H award  11/12/70 p.8
 
7-11 (RETAIL STORE)                                         
    Nabs three shoplifters in fracus at 7-11 store  12/3/70 p.2
 
ABBOTT, CHARLES                                             
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
 
ABORTION                                                    
    Zero Population chapter opposes abortion article  6/4/70 p.3
 
ACCIDENTS                                                   
    2 persons hurt in 3-car crash  1/8/70 p.48
    Is struck by car  2/5/70 p.48
    Ex-Barrington resident killed in two-car crash  2/26/70 p.48
    Crossing guard struck by car  3/5/70 p.56
    Hart Road scene of close call  3/26/70 p.56
    Barrington youth dies after crash  4/30/70 p.1
    Former Barrington resident on fallen plane  4/30/70 p.1
    Car-truck crash kills two persons  5/21/70 p.3
    Oakwood Hills couple injured in 2-car crash  5/28/70 p.52
    3-car crash injures two  6/4/70 p.60
    Tower Lakes youth killed in collision  6/4/70 p.60
    Crash takes life of Palatine girl  7/9/70 p.44
    Crash kills Dundee man  7/23/70 p.5
    Unexpected visit  7/23/70 p.1
    Carpentersville youngster, 3, drowns in pool  8/6/70 p.3
    Four injured in crash  8/13/70 p.60
    Barrington cyclist hurt in collision  8/20/70 p.1
    Arrive at daybreak  8/27/70 p.4
    Crash injures two  9/3/70 p.4
    Holiday crash in Barrington Hills claims 1 life  9/10/70 p.1
    Fatal mishap  10/1/70 p.3
    Two hurt  10/3/70 p.1
    Victim alive when hit by van  10/3/70 p.1
    Seriously hurt  10/7/70 p.3
    Carpentersville youth dies  10/21/70 p.8
    Poor sense of humor  10/21/70 p.3
    Head-on crash claims 1 life, 3 are injured  10/29/70 p.2
    Trucks collide in fog  10/29/70 p.32
    Driver charged in fatal crash  11/19/70 p.3
 
ACTRESSES                                                   
    Starts acting tour  12/31/70 p.8
 
ADLAI E. STEVENSON HIGH SCHOOL                              
    Zorn joins Stevenson school board  7/9/70 p.40
 
AGED                                                        
    Oldest resident [Lew Brocheon]  1/1/70 p.23
    Mrs. Paulk has 106th birthday  3/19/70 p.35
    Notes 97th year [Mary H. Lunding]  5/14/70 p.18
    Isabella celebrates her 100th [Isabella Wiley]  6/11/70 p.3
    You are invited [90th birthday of J. H. DeBolt, Sr.] 
        8/20/70 p.20
    Former Shady Hill resident celebrates 95th birthday [Alfred
        Gunderson]  10/1/70 p.2
    John Bederske will be 90  10/21/70 p.4
 
AGRICULTURE                                                 
    Pollution control also agricultural problem  10/21/70 p.13
 
AICHOLTZ, HARLEY J.                                         
    Four injured in crash  8/13/70 p.60
 
AIR PILOTS                                                  
    Barrington housewife in air race  9/24/70 p.4
 
AIRPLANES                                                   
    Former Barrington resident on fallen plane  4/30/70 p.1
 
ALFALIT (ORGANIZATION)                                      
    Final service  10/17/70 p.2
 
ALLEN, DAVID F.                                             
    David Allen is candidate for 224 board  2/19/70 p.1
    Allen, Klepzig, Nash launch election drive  3/12/70 p.3
    Candidates discuss high school issues  3/26/70 p.28
    Landslide for Nash, Klepzig, and Allen  4/16/70 p.1
 
ALL-WESTERN SHOW                                            
    $950 purse money in Western horse show  10/17/70 p.4
    First All-Western Show held at Bateman Center  11/5/70 p.46
 
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY                                     
    Barrington branch for cancer society  7/23/70 p.35
    To head cancer crusade  11/26/70 p.10
 
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE                                      
    Warmer climate beckons Sue as AFS appointee  2/5/70 p.5
    American Field Service students give impressions of life
        here  4/9/70 p.62
    Three student ambassadors complete AFS year at BHS  7/2/70
        p.3
    Tea for AFS students this Sunday  9/17/70 p.3
    Plan AFS program  10/29/70 p.1
    Wolfe speaks about India this Tuesday  11/5/70 p.1
 
AMERICAN LEGION                                             
    Issue challenge to students  11/19/70 p.14
 
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY                                   
    Membership defined for Legion Auxiliary  2/5/70 p.10
    Confer Legion Auxiliary honors  7/2/70 p.13
    Mrs. Jahneke tops state for 10th District book  8/6/70 p.52
    District 10 officers installed Aug. 12  8/13/70 p.35
    Legion installation in Deerfield  9/3/70 p.25
 
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY, JUNIORS OF THE                   
    American Legion Juniors elect officers at picnic  7/9/70
        p.26
    10th District Juniors installation  10/3/70 p.4
 
AMERICAN RELIGIOUS TOWN HALL MEETING, INC.                  
    Set open house for nursing home  4/9/70 p.60
 
ANDERSON, C. RICHARD                                        
    Anderson keeps precinct post  3/19/70 p.4
 
ANDERSON, CORLISS, SR.                                      
    Will file injunction against Freund  10/3/70 p.1
 
ANDRESEN, RAY                                               
    Form hockey league in village  11/5/70 p.46
 
ANIMALS                                                     
    Tables turn at village meeting  9/3/70 p.48
 
ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)                           
    Grant 60-day continuance in hearing  3/26/70 p.3
    Annexation before plan commission  8/13/70 p.3
    Annexation hearing postponed  8/27/70 p.1
    Supervisor Welch asks for delay  9/3/70 p.1
    Neighbor battles neighbor  9/10/70 p.40
    Air opposition to annexation  11/26/70 p.22
    Village to look favorably on annexation  11/26/70 p.1
    South Barrington board hears variance request  12/17/70 p.10
 
ANNIVERSARIES                                               
    Celebrate 50th in hospital [wedding anniversary of Clarence
        and Mae Birmingham]  5/7/70 p.20
    Mitchells celebrate golden wedding  6/4/70 p.9
    Bockelman's open house for 50th anniversary  6/18/70 p.16
    Mark golden anniversary with mass at St. Anne's [Mr. and
        Mrs. Ferris D. Gaskill]  6/18/70 p.17
    Kirbys wed 50 years  7/23/70 p.17
    Just married 50 years ago [wedding anniversary of Arthur A.
        and Nina Meyer]  8/20/70 p.18
    Gieskes [Giesekes] anniversary  8/27/70 p.12
    Celebrate 50th  [wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
        H. Gieske/Gieseke, Sr.]  9/3/70 p.20
    Anniversary [wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lester
        Higgins]  12/31/70 p.8
    Hoglunds feted on anniversary  12/31/70 p.9
 
APOLLO 13 (SPACECRAFT)                                      
    Hudson assists with dramatic rescue mission  4/23/70 p.3
 
ARNESEN, CRAIG                                              
    Barrington cyclist hurt in collision  8/20/70 p.1
 
ARNETT LINES SCHOOL                                         
    Dedicate Lines School January 18  1/1/70 p.2
    Will dedicate Lines School this Sunday  1/15/70 p.3
    Dedication  1/22/70 p.1
    Officials dedicate new Lines School  1/22/70 p.1
    Unique hospital workshop enriches education  3/19/70 p.62
    Special programs held at Lines School  5/28/70 p.30
 
ART                                                         
    Edler unravels mysteries of New Guinea tribal art  6/18/70
        p.1
    Barrington Art Fair at Middle, Lines schools  7/30/70 p.26
    Art fair to come alive Aug. 23  8/13/70 p.15
    Record number of entries at Barrington Art Fair  9/3/70 p.13
    Exhibit at center  12/10/70 p.5
    Art exhibit in Des Plaines  11/19/70 p.33
 
ART ASSOCIATES                                              
    Art Associates board  6/25/70 p.17
 
ARTISTS                                                     
    Mrs. Erickson is exhibiting at Jewel Center  4/9/70 p.7
    Barrington man wins award for filmstrip  5/21/70 p.37
    Marty Strubel to exhibit in Wayne Art Show  5/21/70 p.9
    Sculptor holds one man show  5/21/70 p.7
    Wildlife artists  5/28/70 p.12
    Mrs. Walaitis is Edens Art Fair exhibitor  6/25/70 p.14
    To exhibit  7/30/70 p.20
    Best of Barrington  9/3/70 p.5
    Winner of two awards  9/3/70 p.6
    Art corner  11/19/70 p.32
    Art exhibit in Des Plaines  11/19/70 p.33
    Winning picture  11/26/70 p.4
    Exhibit at center  12/10/70 p.5
 
ASSOCIATED YOUTH FOR COMMUNITY ACTION                       
    Youth group receives $100 from Lions  1/8/70 p.3
 
AUTHORS                                                     
    Two down, Mee is working on 3rd book  2/5/70 p.43
    Wins national award [David Piccione]  5/14/70 p.13
    Honor young author [David Piccione]  5/21/70 p.1
    Mee is editor of Horizon magazine  7/2/70 p.7
    Future writers [Lianne Sebastian and Gary Shade]  7/9/70
        p.44
    Teens publish poetry booklet "Another Day" [Lianne
        Sebastian and Gary Shade]  7/9/70 p.1
    Book published [Georgiana M. Hansen]  12/24/70 p.8
 
AUXILIARY FOR THE AREA HOSPITAL                             
    Hospital drive's big surge to be April 23-30  4/16/70 p.15
    700 women help launch hospital auxiliary branch  5/14/70
        p.31
    New hospital auxiliary seeks thrift shop space  7/23/70 p.29
    New officers  7/23/70 p.48
    Dr. Donovan gives space to hospital unit  8/13/70 p.21
    Thrift shop to open Nov. 2  10/3/70 p.3
    Thrift shop named "Catchpenny"  10/10/70 p.3
    Catchpenny open Nov. 2  10/29/70 p.17
    Open house at Catchpenny  11/12/70 p.17
    Catchpenny catches on  11/19/70 p.18
    Hospital auxiliaries have common goal  12/10/70 p.2
 
AUXILIARY OF COUNTRYSIDE CENTER FOR THE HANDICAPPED         
    New officers  12/31/70 p.15
 
BACKPORCH (ORGANIZATION)                                    
    Backporch board elects 14 students  5/21/70 p.3
 
BAIRD, JOHN W.                                              
    Baird: Need stronger regional planning  10/7/70 p.22
 
BAKER LAKE                                                  
    Forest preserve wants land under Baker Lake  4/30/70 p.23
 
BALLET                                                      
    Form Ballet Associates, name Mrs. Jones president  5/21/70
        p.20
    Meri Lynn School begins 15th year  9/17/70 p.13
 
BANKS, LOREN E.                                             
    Head-on crash claims 1 life, 3 are injured  10/29/70 p.2
 
BAPTISM                                                     
    Baptism [Marc A. Milucky]  6/18/70 p.20
 
BARCON (SUBDIVISION)                                        
    Approves Barcon subdivision plat  5/7/70 p.64
 
BARNETT, JOHN                                               
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
 
BARRINGTON AMATEUR RADIO CLUB                               
    Radio club a winner  12/10/70 p.39
 
BARRINGTON AREA BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB        
    BABPW pass anti-pollution resolution  5/28/70 p.22
 
BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                         
    Chamber dinner topic: Challenge of the 70's  1/22/70 p.2
    Chamber of Commerce committees named  2/19/70 p.21
    Chamber investigates downtown problem  4/2/70 p.1
    Chamber members declare war on litter  4/30/70 p.1
    Special Chamber meeting, May 15  5/7/70 p.1
    Chamber membership reaches 190  5/28/70 p.1
    Chamber dinner-meet to feature Mal Bellairs  9/10/70 p.1
    Mrs. Beese Chamber manager  9/17/70 p.2
    Old-Time Barrington Days  9/17/70 p.1
    Bellairs speaker at Chamber  10/3/70 p.2
    200th member  10/7/70 p.3
    Chamber backed  10/7/70 p.1
    Chamber dinner features Muncy  10/14/70 p.3
    Welcome Wagon adds to beautification fund  10/21/70 p.14
    Barrington booklet  10/29/70 p.1
    Chamber focus on Constitution  11/12/70 p.3
    Garden clubs donate  11/19/70 p.1
    Chamber honors Larsen at November 19 dinner  11/26/70 p.2
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                      
    April 15: Council of governments?  3/19/70 p.1
    Discuss freeway, government council  3/26/70 p.3
    North Barrington joins council of governments  3/26/70 p.4
    Council of Governments  4/30/70 p.56
    Council of governments joined by Tower Lakes  4/30/70 p.14
    Takes second look at area council  5/21/70 p.23
    Regional plan commission to help Barrington Council of
        Governments  5/28/70 p.28
    COG seeks full-time employee  9/3/70 p.1
    COG to hire executive director  10/29/70 p.1
    Barrington Hills trustees approve funds for COG  12/3/70 p.6
 
BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL                         
    Phase II study received by BADC  1/22/70 p.1
    Tower Lakes appropriates additional $500 for BADC  2/19/70
        p.60
    Traffic study approved for Barrington Hills  2/26/70 p.3
    BADC Phase II report is presented  3/5/70 p.1
    April 15: Council of governments?  3/19/70 p.1
    South Barrington hears BADC report, ok's lake  3/19/70 p.54
    BADC receives local award from association  3/26/70 p.1
    Residents must act now to preserve countryside  4/30/70 p.3
    BADC elects officers, looks at future role in area
        development  5/21/70 p.12
    "Enemy within" is real danger to Barrington  6/18/70 p.1
    BADC attacks the communication problem  12/31/70 p.17
 
BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY                          
    Springtime - 1900 Historical theme  5/7/70 p.3
    Thoughts on those who have served  5/28/70 p.14
    Old-Time Barrington Days  9/17/70 p.1
    Crazy quilt on display  12/10/70 p.56
 
BARRINGTON AREA HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE                   
    Elect Mrs. McKee head of human relations group  5/14/70 p.14
    BAHRC will hold series of "Gap Raps"  6/11/70 p.1
 
BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY                                     
    Barrington Library joins pilot program  4/9/70 p.29
    Has film lending service  4/9/70 p.24
    Posey details plans to expand library district  5/14/70 p.3
    Endorses expanded library district  5/21/70 p.60
    Tower Lakes in financial squeeze  5/21/70 p.1
    No date set for library referendum  5/28/70 p.52
    Barrington library board slates purpose, policies  6/4/70
        p.60
    Road, drainage problems discussed by trustees  6/11/70 p.3
    Monday is official opening of summer reading program 
        6/18/70 p.1
    Library referendum is August 11  7/16/70 p.3
    Notice of election [with map]  7/16/70 p.38
    Posey answers questions on Aug. 11 library referendum 
        7/23/70 p.3
    Library referendum is Tuesday  8/6/70 p.3
    Precinct map of Barrington Public Library district and
        proposed annexation  8/6/70 p.52
    Library referendum is approved  8/13/70 p.1
    Entertains youngsters  9/10/70 p.3
    Treasurer's report  9/24/70 p.47
    Library seeks replacement for Gillis  10/14/70 p.1
    Librarian elected  12/17/70 p.30
    Library board vacancies filled  12/31/70 p.32
 
BARRINGTON AREA ROQUE CLUB                                  
    Roque Club bridges generation gap  10/17/70 p.1
 
BARRINGTON AREA UNITED DRIVE                                
    Participating agencies get BAUD funds  3/19/70 p.3
    New officers  4/16/70 p.25
    United Fund board discusses 1970 campaign  7/16/70 p.44
    United Drive budget is approved  9/10/70 p.3
    Barrington Area United chairmen are honored  10/3/70 p.2
    United Drive area chairwomen  10/10/70 p.2
    United Drive will begin on Monday  10/10/70 p.1
 
BARRINGTON ART FAIR                                         
    Barrington Art Fair at Middle, Lines schools  7/30/70 p.26
    Art fair to come alive Aug. 23  8/13/70 p.15
    Art scenes color Barrington Art Fair  9/3/70 p.50
    Best of Barrington  9/3/70 p.5
    Record number of entries at Barrington Art Fair  9/3/70 p.13
    Winner of two awards  9/3/70 p.6
 
BARRINGTON AUXILIARY OF THE CHICAGO MATERNITY CENTER        
    Maternity center year ends with theater benefit  5/14/70
        p.20
 
BARRINGTON BIT AND BRIDLE (ORGANIZATION)                    
    New riding club formed  11/12/70 p.27
 
BARRINGTON BOARD OF REALTORS                                
    New officers  12/17/70 p.26
 
BARRINGTON CAMERA COMPANY                                   
    Barrington Camera Company; Elrod Hultgren and Arnold
        Hultgren, owners  1/15/70 p.48
 
BARRINGTON CAMP ASSEMBLY                                    
    Barrington Camp Assembly  7/30/70 p.20
    Camp meeting guest speaker is Rev. Olson  8/27/70 p.8
 
BARRINGTON CHAPTER OF THE LYRIC OPERA GUILD                 
    Barrington Lyric officers  5/21/70 p.20
 
BARRINGTON COMMONS (SHOPPING CENTER)                        
    Barrington Commons to open Monday  10/17/70 p.1
 
BARRINGTON COMMUNITY DRUG COMMITTEE                         
    Dr. Campbell will head drug committee  10/29/70 p.3
 
BARRINGTON COUNCIL OF GARDEN CLUBS                          
    Garden Council offers trees for beautification  4/23/70 p.19
    Glass collection drive is planned next month  8/27/70 p.8
    Drums for glass  11/12/70 p.3
    Garden clubs donate  11/19/70 p.1
    Help By Saving project to recycle  11/19/70 p.1
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT             
    Statement of cash receipts and disbursements  5/28/70 p.47
    Annual budget and appropriation ordinance  7/30/70 p.36
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT                        
    Annual appropriation ordinance  3/19/70 p.51
 
BARRINGTON ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION COMMITTEE                   
    Looks into pollution awareness  8/6/70 p.3
    Glass collection drive is planned next month  8/27/70 p.8
 
BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT                                  
    Battle blaze  8/20/70 p.5
    Fire guts home  8/27/70 p.1
    Open house at fire department  10/1/70 p.3
    Firemen cancel 12th nite rite  12/31/70 p.3
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Sets tough conditions to continue BHS work  1/1/70 p.3
    Decision on program schedule not needed until March -
        Gillis  1/15/70 p.48
    Administration reveals new dress policy at BHS  1/29/70 p.3
    Teachers seek probe of board by state, NEA  1/29/70 p.3
    National Honor Society initiates 37 members  2/5/70 p.48
    Tentative accord  2/5/70 p.3
    Unpaid bills, field trips in Dec. 3 audit report  2/5/70
        p.10
    Warmer climate beckons Sue as AFS appointee  2/5/70 p.5
    39 seniors will visit Cape Kennedy in April  2/19/70 p.1
    BHS teachers  2/19/70 p.30
    New academic wing for 1971 Barrington High School  2/19/70
        p.62
    Tickets now on sale for production "All My Sons"  2/19/70
        p.1
    Battle pollution  2/26/70 p.3
    Space Shot Road Rallye is Sunday  3/5/70 p.3
    Second ten weeks honor roll at BHS  3/12/70 p.54
    Students take 3 regional awards in scholastic art
        competition  3/12/70 p.32
    Cape Kennedy kids schedule second rallye  3/19/70 p.1
    Graduation ceremony scheduled for June 10  3/19/70 p.60
    Repertory theater revival underway at high school  3/19/70
        p.22
    Candidates discuss high school issues  3/26/70 p.28
    Sociology class polls village, picks winners  4/16/70 p.1
    BHS seniors leave today for tour of Cape Kennedy  4/23/70
        p.1
    Barrington's third quarter honor roll  5/7/70 p.43
    BHS students sponsor Hunger Project '70  5/7/70 p.3
    Charles Hurst to address seniors at commencement  5/7/79 p.3
    Hurst - recognized scholar and dedicated educator  5/7/70
        p.64
    Performing Arts department will present "Man in the Moon" 
        5/7/70 p.3
    Flag's absence is due to rain, says Richards  5/14/70 p.3
    Two performances for "Man in the Moon"  5/14/70 p.1
    18 residents air views on flag raising, lowering  5/21/70
        p.1
    Law student leads session on Cambodia  5/21/70 p.10
    Non-college students: school has no vocational courses! 
        5/21/70 p.12
    PTC slates graduation reception  6/4/70 p.1
    World traveler logs 40-year teaching record  6/4/70 p.1
    Students boost sponsor parent drive  6/11/70 p.16
    Commencement address  6/18/70 p.1
    Graduation 1970 now past history  6/18/70 p.3
    Summer rec programs BHS gym, Hickory Hill  6/18/70 p.35
    Three student ambassadors complete AFS year at BHS  7/2/70
        p.3
    Teens publish poetry booklet "Another Day" [Lianne
        Sebastian and Gary Shade]  7/9/70 p.1
    BHS skyline constantly changing  7/23/70 p.54
    Rhineland tour is 1971 goal of BHS choir  7/23/70 p.3
    4 performances at BHS  8/6/70 p.3
    BHS registration opens Aug. 24  8/13/70 p.3
    Harper courses available at Barrington High School  8/13/70
        p.28
    Sanders resigns basketball post  8/13/70 p.3
    Study in England in medieval setting of Magdelen College 
        8/13/70 p.33
    Dr. Lawrence new BHS principal  8/20/70 p.1
    May cancel grid drills at BHS  8/20/70 p.45
    Teachers join hands  8/20/70 p.1
    What now? [possible cancellation of football practices] 
        8/20/70 p.3
    High school enrollment hits 2,619  9/10/70 p.2
    Senior class gift to beautify BHS  9/10/70 p.3
    Tea for AFS students this Sunday  9/17/70 p.3
    Choir projects are outlined for this year  9/24/70 p.3
    Construction seen at Barrington High School  9/24/70 p.58
    BHS scholars  10/3/70 p.1
    Travel urge?  Study abroad  10/7/70 p.3
    Travel-adventure series presents "America RFD"  10/7/70 p.1
    Village will make final decision [Homecoming bonfire] 
        10/10/70 p.1
    6 senior girls vie for crown  10/14/70 p.1
    Zodiac is theme of homecoming  10/14/70 p.1
    Propose drug study program for teachers  10/17/70 p.2
    It's official  [1970 Homecoming Queen]  10/21/70 p.1
    Lions, Ski clubs set winter sports sale  10/21/70 p.1
    Possible BHS staff cut  10/21/70 p.40
    Adult education at BHS begins Nov. 9  10/29/70 p.20
    Performing arts group to present "Here's Love"  10/29/70 p.2
    Adult classes second session begins Monday  11/5/70 p.3
    Back to School Night for freshmen, sophs  11/5/70 p.1
    Happy occasion  11/5/70 p.3
    Penny-a-Pound Supper, Art Fair on Saturday  11/5/70 p.3
    BHS orchestra plans concerts  11/12/70 p.62
    New principal at Barrington  11/12/70 p.1
    Band program moves indoors  11/19/70 p.9
    BHS students commended for merit  11/19/70 p.3
    Police, BHS to work together  11/19/70 p.1
    New social worker  11/26/70 p.10
    Police will patrol BHS parking area  11/26/70 p.3
    BHS first quarter honor roll  12/3/70 p.29
    First BHS musical of year  12/3/70 p.51
    Lake Zurich administrator is BHS grad  12/3/70 p.6
    Just married  12/10/70 p.4
    BHS production a huge success  12/17/70 p.16
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION                
    Board, teachers reach stalemate  7/2/70 p.3
    May cancel grid drills at BHS  8/20/70 p.45
    Teachers, board in tentative agreement  8/27/70 p.1
    Detail provisions of teacher contract  11/5/70 p.3
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION                
    Board, teachers reach stalemate  7/2/70 p.3
 
BARRINGTON HILLS PLAN COMMISSION                            
    Freeway resolution rescinded by board  1/29/70 p.44
 
BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                                      
    Fire guts trailer  1/22/70 p.3
    Slate hearing on huge development  1/22/70 p.1
    Freeway resolution rescinded by board  1/29/70 p.44
    Heavy opposition to development  1/29/70 p.1
    Smith heads a new group of defenders  1/29/70 p.3
    Freeway study area is expanded  2/5/70 p.3
    Legal objections halt hearing on development  2/5/70 p.1
    Democratic club opposes development  2/19/70 p.1
    Traffic study approved for Barrington Hills  2/26/70 p.3
    Second Winston hearing planned Monday, March 9  3/5/70 p.3
    More Winston testimony April 29  3/12/70 p.3
    Winston plan box score  3/12/70 p.3
    Barrington home owners object to zoning change for Winston 
        3/19/70 p.60
    Barrington Hills corridor favored  3/26/70 p.3
    Discuss freeway, government council  3/26/70 p.3
    Wants freeway on west side of Barrington Hills  4/9/70 p.3
    Winston hearing  4/23/70 p.1
    Barrington Hills opposes Hoffman shopping center  4/30/70
        p.56
    Cook County board has "hot potato"  5/7/70 p.1
    Wesleyan Church to be inaugurated  5/21/70 p.40
    Demos oppose extending sanitary district bill  5/28/70 p.33
    Senate Rules Committee kills HB 3772  5/28/70 p.1
    Appropriation ordinance  6/25/70 p.41
    Still plans for municipal building  6/25/70 p.48
    4 squad cars have ISPERN radio system  7/9/70 p.1
    Deal with public safety, repairs  7/30/70 p.44
    Statement of cash and security balances  8/20/70 p.43
    Find syringes  8/27/70 p.8
    Fire guts home  8/27/70 p.1
    Barrington Hills opposes East Dundee asphalt plant  9/3/70
        p.1
    Holiday crash in Barrington Hills claims 1 life  9/10/70 p.1
    Results of "no meeting" of East Dundee board  9/17/70 p.7
    Health chairman attends COPE  9/24/70 p.8
    Objects to proposed subdivision  10/1/70 p.3
    Will submit formal plan for new road  10/21/70 p.3
    Won't close Wichman railroad crossing  10/29/70 p.4
    Fast action saves life of resident  11/5/70 p.1
    First All-Western Show held at Bateman Center  11/5/70 p.46
    Speed limit on Route 62 drops quickly  11/19/70 p.3
    Barrington Hills trustees approve funds for COG  12/3/70 p.6
    Polluted!  12/10/70 p.1
 
BARRINGTON HOME OWNERS ASSOCIATION                          
    Home Owners Association meets Feb. 5  1/29/70 p.3
    Home owners group elects new directors  2/12/70 p.3
    Barrington home owners object to zoning change for Winston 
        3/19/70 p.60
    Annexation hearing postponed  8/27/70 p.1
    Homeowners 11th annual meeting  10/10/70 p.1
    Elect Woodsome, Brown to direct homeowners  10/21/70 p.3
 
BARRINGTON HORSE SHOW                                       
    Horse Show parade is Saturday  7/30/70 p.3
    Horse Show fun begins Wednesday  8/6/70 p.20
    The horse show  8/27/70 p.50
    Vitale memorial trophy  9/3/70 p.24
    Family class  9/17/70 p.47
 
BARRINGTON JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB                              
    Mrs. Price re-elected president  6/11/70 p.16
    Junior Woman's Club [officers]  7/2/70 p.16
 
BARRINGTON LIONS CLUB                                       
    Youth group receives $100 from Lions  1/8/70 p.3
    Heninger tells Lions about bonds, plant  3/5/70 p.1
    Announcement sign planned for village  3/19/70 p.3
    Lions auction-sale is Sunday, May 3  4/30/70 p.1
    23rd John Babb scholarship to Krumhardt  5/28/70 p.1
    Lions candy day is Friday, Oct. 9  10/7/70 p.3
    Lions, ski clubs set winter sports sale  10/21/70 p.1
    Kiwanis, Lions, Rotary sponsoring blood drive  12/31/70 p.3
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL                                    
    Stage band  4/9/70 p.5
    Middle School assembly ends school year  6/18/70 p.3
    Price receives dual principalship  6/25/70 p.3
    Middle School scheduling conducted now  7/9/70 p.1
    Middle School open house for October 27  10/21/70 p.3
    Middle School students in IMEA festival  11/12/70 p.15
 
BARRINGTON NEWCOMER'S CLUB                                  
    Barrington Newcomer's Club to celebrate 6th birthday 
        3/12/70 p.16
    Newcomer's officers make plans  3/26/70 p.16
 
BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                                    
    Park discusses financial woes  1/15/70 p.3
    Park District increases fees  2/12/70 p.1
    Board accepts record budget  3/12/70 p.52
    Lynn elected president of park district board  4/16/70 p.3
    Park board loses Olson, seeks to lower expenses  5/14/70 p.1
    Ordinance making appropriations  5/21/70 p.52
    Treasurer's report  5/28/70 p.47
    Park to enforce pool pass rules  6/18/70 p.52
    Condition of lake irks residents  8/13/70 p.9
    Park district plans fall theater classes  8/27/70 p.1
    Pools close, fall programs set by park  9/3/70 p.3
    Play now - pay later plan  9/17/70 p.2
    Board members discuss South Park development  10/29/70 p.28
    Park programs now underway  10/29/70 p.2
    Ponder South Park development  11/12/70 p.1
    Two vacancies on park board  12/31/70 p.3
 
BARRINGTON PLAN COMMISSION                                  
    Proposed development  4/23/70 p.1
    Annexation before plan commission  8/13/70 p.3
    Annexation hearing postponed  8/27/70 p.1
    Supervisor Welch asks for delay  9/3/70 p.1
 
BARRINGTON ROTARY CLUB                                      
    Rotary Club notes 65th anniversary  2/12/70 p.10
    Candidates speak to Rotarians  4/2/70 p.52
    Moore, Trestik receive Rotary scholarships  5/21/70 p.1
    Kiwanis, Lions, Rotary sponsoring blood drive  12/31/70 p.3
 
BARRINGTON SENIOR INFANT WELFARE SOCIETY                    
    Barrington Infant Welfare has a "ball"  1/8/70 p.19
    Angel of the Year  12/10/70 p.21
 
BARRINGTON STATE BANK                                       
    Barrington: A community of civic pride, political
        awareness, business growth and dedication of service  
        10/1/70 p.50
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP DEMOCRATIC ORGANIZATION                 
    Democratic club opposes development  2/19/70 p.1
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP REGULAR DEMOCRATIC ORGANIZATION         
    Demos oppose extending sanitary district bill  5/28/70 p.33
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP REPUBLICAN ORGANIZATION                 
    6th fireworks display planned by Republicans  6/25/70 p.3
    6th fireworks display set by Republicans  7/2/70 p.3
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP WOMEN'S REPUBLICAN CLUB                 
    Con-Con delegate to speak Nov. 16  11/12/70 p.3
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                   
    Township voters back Sen. Smith  3/19/70 p.3
    Township taxpayers ok appropriations for '70-71  4/23/70
        p.56
    Building hearing in Hoffman Estates  6/18/70 p.14
 
BARRINGTON TRAIN DEPOT                                      
    We will move railroad depot - Voss  1/15/70 p.1
    Arrive at daybreak  8/27/70 p.4
    Barrington depot to be moved  9/17/70 p.1
    Village board oks street plan  12/17/70 p.1
 
BARRINGTON TRUCKING COMPANY                                 
    Officials seek meeting to discuss injunction  1/15/70 p.4
 
BARRINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                          
    Olson leaving Barrington to head Rockford district  10/7/70
        p.3
    Final service  10/17/70 p.2
    Choir rehearses  12/10/70 p.14
 
BARRINGTON UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH                       
    Into membership  6/4/70 p.61
 
BARRINGTON WEST COMMUNITY (TOWNHOUSES)                      
    Architect Schurecht is cited  4/23/70 p.50
 
BARRINGTON WOMAN'S CLUB                                     
    Woman's Club climaxes season  6/4/70 p.19
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.                                            
    Suggests areas where sidewalks are needed  1/1/70 p.3
    The events that made news in 1969 [Part 1]  1/1/70 p.1
    The events that made news in 1969 [Part 2]  1/8/70 p.1
    Slate hearing on huge development  1/22/70 p.1
    Tables recommendation on Freund Bros. Petition  1/22/70 p.1
    Heavy opposition to development  1/29/70 p.1
    Freeway study area is expanded  2/5/70 p.3
    Legal objections halt hearing on development  2/5/70 p.1
    Seeks village's support in upcoming negotiations  2/5/70 p.2
    Does not recognize CCPA, slates personnel study  2/12/70 p.1
    Crack down on vehicle licenses  2/26/70 p.1
    Policemen's union draws a blank  2/26/70 p.1
    Accepts audit, sells bonds  3/5/70 p.1
    Heninger tells Lions about bonds, plant  3/5/70 p.1
    Next Town Hall series speaker is Alex Haley  3/5/70 p.3
    Village on fence in Freund hassle  3/12/70 p.1
    Announcement sign planned for village  3/19/70 p.3
    Barrington home owners object to zoning change for Winston 
        3/19/70 p.60
    Downtown street work to end this weekend  3/26/70 p.1
    Chamber investigates downtown problem  4/2/70 p.1
    Police arrest 9 teen-agers in drug raid  4/9/70 p.60
    Wants freeway on west side of Barrington Hills  4/9/70 p.3
    Trustees override veto, ok variation for Boberg  4/16/70 p.1
    Forest preserve wants land under Baker Lake  4/30/70 p.23
    Treatment plant contract awarded to Batavia firm  4/30/70
        p.1
    Barrington youth reported missing  5/7/70 p.3
    Village to drain two water tanks  5/7/70 p.1
    Seeks rezoning for gas station  5/14/70 p.3
    Village defers action on Freund ordinance  5/14/70 p.60
    Memorial Day services set  5/21/70 p.3
    Supervisor's financial statement  5/21/70 p.52
    Barrington firemen have a busy week  5/28/70 p.52
    Patrolmen submit requests to village  6/4/70 p.3
    Village drenched by heavy rainfall  6/4/70 p.1
    Board decision holds, won't recognize CCPA  6/11/70 p.1
    Freund Bros. ordinance is approved  6/11/70 p.3
    The aftermath  6/11/70 p.1
    Trustee is left in "Bad Humor"  6/11/70 p.1
    "Enemy within" is real danger to Barrington  6/18/70 p.1
    Annual treasurer's report  6/25/70 p.41
    Crackdown on weeds, junk cars  6/25/70 p.1
    Minister finds a friend in local businessman  6/25/70 p.3
    Discusses record appropriation  7/2/70 p.1
    Village board hires special investigator  7/9/70 p.1
    Absence of village in court irks Exmoor Avenue resident 
        7/16/70 p.19
    Investigator's report not ready, sparks fly in Freund
        hassle  7/16/70 p.1
    Receives grant  7/16/70 p.1
    Appropriation ordinance  7/23/70 p.43
    Traffic woes confront trustees  7/30/70 p.3
    Will Barrington catch blue flu?  8/6/70 p.1
    No action on 7 requests by police  8/13/70 p.1
    Annexation hearing postponed  8/27/70 p.1
    Burning ban due in September  8/27/70 p.8
    Joins village staff  9/3/70 p.1
    Receptacle at village hall for glass  9/3/70 p.3
    Salary hike for most employees  9/10/70 p.1
    Barrington depot to be moved  9/17/70 p.1
    Fox Point residents ask reinstatement of guard  9/17/70 p.1
    Old-Time Barrington Days  9/17/70 p.1
    Key to gates  9/24/70 p.1
    Barrington: A community of civic pride, political
        awareness, business growth and dedication of service  
        10/1/70 p.50
    Increase shopper parking area  10/1/70 p.1
    Will file injunction against Freund  10/3/70 p.1
    Plan to close Hart Road crossing  10/10/70 p.1
    Village will make final decision [Homecoming bonfire] 
        10/10/70 p.1
    Barrington, Deer Park study possible merger  10/14/70 p.3
    Legend accompanying planning map on this week's cover 
        10/14/70 p.3
    Police grant will help finish communications center 
        10/17/70 p.1
    Police study due  10/17/70 p.1
    Leaf collection program to begin Mon., Oct. 19  10/21/70 p.1
    Trustees discuss merger, residents have questions  10/21/70
        p.3
    Will submit formal plan for new road  10/21/70 p.3
    COG to hire executive director  10/29/70 p.1
    Village, LWV sponsor sanitation plant tour  10/29/70 p.22
    Form hockey league in village  11/5/70 p.46
    Merger discussion is continued  11/12/70 p.1
    Tree lighting ceremony Dec. 4  11/19/70 p.1
    Air opposition to annexation  11/26/70 p.22
    Village to look favorably on annexation  11/26/70 p.1
    Confiscated drugs  12/3/70 p.2
    Decision due on traffic plan  12/3/70 p.1
    Barrington "turns on" for Christmas  12/10/70 p.3
    104 years of service  12/17/70 p.3
    Parking meter fine hike becomes effective Jan. 2  12/17/70
        p.2
    Search begins for police chief  12/17/70 p.1
    Village board oks street plan  12/17/70 p.1
    A review of the year… 1970  12/31/70 p.1
    New police equipment  12/31/70 p.3
    PUD ordinance voted by board  12/31/70 p.3
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY                                   
    Industrious teen, Lipofsky, begins Barrington store 
        1/22/70 p.46
    Goes from farm to moving business  2/12/70 p.50
    Miles T. Lamey's legacy to Barrington  4/2/70 p.54
    Thoughts on those who have served  5/28/70 p.14
    Float from bygone years  7/2/70 p.40
    July Fourth - When Barrington was young  7/9/70 p.8
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
    School bells to ring again  8/13/70 p.39
    Fox River lures autumn lore  11/12/70 p.13
 
BARSUMIAN, NAZARETH                                         
    Nazareth Barsumian Memorial Park dedication Oct. 17 
        10/29/70 p.54
 
BARTON, THOMAS                                              
    Neighbor battles neighbor  9/10/70 p.40
 
BATON TWIRLING                                              
    Local girl is Miss America [Little Miss Majorette of
        America 1971]  8/20/70 p.44
 
BEARMAN, DONN                                               
    Band program moves indoors  11/19/70 p.9
 
BEDERSKE, JOHN                                              
    John Bederske will be 90  10/21/70 p.4
 
BEESE, CAROL                                                
    Mrs. Beese Chamber manager  9/17/70 p.2
 
BELL, PAT                                                   
    6 senior girls vie for crown  10/14/70 p.1
 
BELLAIRS, MAL                                               
    Chamber dinner-meet to feature Mal Bellairs  9/10/70 p.1
    Bellairs speaker at Chamber  10/3/70 p.2
 
BELL'S APPLE ORCHARD                                        
    Youth slugs manager, robs Apple Orchard  4/16/70 p.1
 
BENNETT, FRED                                               
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
 
BERNING, KARL                                               
    Sen. Berning shapes planning policies  10/14/70 p.26
 
BETHEL, HELEN                                               
    Four generations  7/23/70 p.16
 
BIRMINGHAM, CLARENCE                                        
    Celebrate 50th in hospital [wedding anniversary of Clarence
        and Mae Birmingham]  5/7/70 p.20
 
BIRMINGHAM, MAE                                             
    Celebrate 50th in hospital [wedding anniversary of Clarence
        and Mae Birmingham]  5/7/70 p.20
 
BISHOP, ALFRED, REV.                                        
    Rev. Bishop's last service this Sunday  7/16/70 p.3
 
BLAYDES, BRENT                                              
    Three youths stage robbery; Timberlake youth is charged 
        6/18/70 p.45
    Barrington youth gets prison term  6/25/70 p.48
 
BOATS AND BOATING                                           
    Wisconsin drivers take honors at third Regatta  5/7/70 p.63
    John Palm is safe boating chairman for Barrington area 
        6/25/70 p.48
 
BOCKELMAN, ALMA                                             
    Bockelman's open house for 50th anniversary  6/18/70 p.16
 
BOCKELMAN, HENRY C.                                         
    Bockelman's open house for 50th anniversary  6/18/70 p.16
 
BOEHN, EMIL A.                                              
    Four injured in crash  8/13/70 p.60
 
BOPP, FRANK, MRS.                                           
    Two nominated as "Women of Courage"  4/2/70 p.17
 
BORGMEIER, DORIS                                            
    3-car crash injures two  6/4/70 p.60
 
BOWMAN, BENTON                                              
    Burglars know family dog, have easy time  1/15/70 p.3
 
BOY SCOUTS                                                  
    Cub Pak 210 Pinewood Derby  2/12/70 p.14
    Pack 229 holds Blue, Gold dinner  2/19/70 p.14
    Spaghetti dinner  9/24/70 p.1
    Cub Scout Pack 229 inducts 15 members  10/7/70 p.7
    Troop 10 Court of Honor  11/5/70 p.27
    Second scout clean up day is Nov. 14  11/12/70 p.1
 
BRADFORD, RICHARD S., REV.                                  
    Reception at St. Michael's to honor three this Sunday 
        6/25/70 p.49
    Bradford to be ordained  12/17/70 p.23
 
BRANDEL PROPERTY                                            
    Development includes hospital site  4/16/70 p.3
    Proposed development  4/23/70 p.1
    Residents air opposition to Brandel development  6/25/70 p.1
 
BRANDEL, PAUL                                               
    Development includes hospital site  4/16/70 p.3
    Proposed development  4/23/70 p.1
    Residents air opposition to Brandel development  6/25/70 p.1
 
BRANDON, BILL                                               
    BHS students sponsor Hunger Project '70  5/7/70 p.3
 
BRANHAM, WILLIAM T.                                         
    Two vie for District 1 posts  4/2/70 p.3
 
BRANSTRATOR, ANNE                                           
    Mother of two is Child Study's next chairman  6/18/70 p.17
 
BRIAN CLAY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND                        
    Clay memorial award given to Triplett  7/2/70 p.40
 
BRIELAND, DONALD                                            
    Reception at St. Michael's to honor three this Sunday 
        6/25/70 p.49
 
BROCHEON, LEW                                               
    Oldest resident [Lew Brocheon]  1/1/70 p.23
 
BROWN, HAROLD                                               
    Elect Woodsome, Brown to direct homeowners  10/21/70 p.3
 
BUILDINGS                                                   
    Engineering firm is under fire  11/19/70 p.3
    New electrical code rejected by North Barrington trustees 
        12/3/70 p.50
 
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES                                        
    Barrington Camera Company; Elrod Hultgren and Arnold
        Hultgren, owners  1/15/70 p.48
    Corner Cupboard Restaurant; William Panker, owner  2/12/70
        p.1
    Little Red Hen; Richard Domakowski, manager  7/23/70 p.10
    Creative Leathers; Roberta Schmikler, owner  9/24/70 p.18
    Cuba Electric; Jerry O'Malley and Nick Lauletta, owners 
        9/24/70 p.2
    Pottery Barrel; Lowell Stone and Iris Richmond, owners 
        10/29/70 p.11
    Esh Pharmacy; Norm Zilmer, owner  11/12/70 p.28
    Trende, Inc.; William Pariman, manager  12/3/70 p.12
    Yankee Doodle Restaurant; Thomas Vosnos, owner  12/3/70 p.20
 
BUSSE, CHESTER                                              
    South Barrington board hears variance request  12/17/70 p.10
 
CAMP SITES, FACILITIES, ETC.                                
    Minister finds a friend in local businessman  6/25/70 p.3
    Barrington Camp Assembly  7/30/70 p.20
 
CAMPBELL, ROBERT P.                                         
    Dr. Campbell will report on progress  2/5/70 p.3
    Dr. Campbell will head drug committee  10/29/70 p.3
 
CANBY, CALEB                                                
    Village board hires special investigator  7/9/70 p.1
    Investigator's report not ready, sparks fly in Freund
        hassle  7/16/70 p.1
 
CANTRELL DEVELOPERS                                         
    Tower Lakes trustees ok 19-acre subdivision  12/3/70 p.3
 
CAPULLI, DAVID                                              
    Trustee is left in "Bad Humor"  6/11/70 p.1
 
CARLSON, CRAIG A.                                           
    5 generations  10/29/70 p.16
 
CARLSON, ELAINE                                             
    North Barrington board elects woman trustee  2/26/70 p.48
 
CARLSON, JODY JURS                                          
    5 generations  10/29/70 p.16
 
CARPENTERSVILLE PLAN COMMISSION                             
    Meet with two planning firms  7/30/70 p.10
 
CARPENTERSVILLE, ILL.                                       
    District 1 buys 20 acres behind Hickory School  7/16/70 p.5
    Approves $1,686,740 appropriation ordinance  7/23/70 p.9
    Meet with two planning firms  7/30/70 p.10
    Carpentersville youngster, 3, drowns in pool  8/6/70 p.3
    Odors, garbage containers - topics  8/6/70 p.48
    Carpentersville board has busy night  8/20/70 p.48
    Tables turn at village meeting  9/3/70 p.48
    Add third lieutenant to Carpentersville department  9/24/70
        p.13
    Residential growth is reflected in area  11/26/70 p.50
 
CARUSO, CHARLES                                             
    Dr. Caruso will address LWV Tuesday  10/1/70 p.3
 
CARY PLANNING COMMISSION                                    
    Trustees name Long to planning commission  7/16/70 p.9
 
CARY STATE BANK                                             
    Wisconsin man charged with attempted robbery  1/22/70 p.3
 
CARY, ILL.                                                  
    Wisconsin man charged with attempted robbery  1/22/70 p.3
    Father burned saving family in Cary fire  1/29/70 p.3
    Trustees name Long to planning commission  7/16/70 p.9
    Cary teachers request arbitration  7/23/70 p.8
    More discussion on new Cary plan  7/30/70 p.10
    Student discipline at new low  8/20/70 p.8
    Cary to be $70,000 in red  9/10/70 p.40
    Residential growth is reflected in area  11/26/70 p.50
 
CASTLE COURT (SUBDIVISION)                                  
    Trustees override veto, ok variation for Boberg  4/16/70 p.1
 
CASTLE, BEN                                                 
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
 
CATCHPENNY (STORE)                                          
    New hospital auxiliary seeks thrift shop space  7/23/70 p.29
    Dr. Donovan gives space to hospital unit  8/13/70 p.21
    Thrift shop to open Nov. 2  10/3/70 p.3
    Thrift shop named "Catchpenny"  10/10/70 p.3
    Catchpenny open Nov. 2  10/29/70 p.17
    Open house at Catchpenny  11/12/70 p.17
    Catchpenny catches on  11/19/70 p.18
 
CHABRIAN, JERRY W.                                          
    Originates campus radio station  12/10/70 p.24
 
CHARLES, HAROLD                                             
    BHS students sponsor Hunger Project '70  5/7/70 p.3
 
CHICAGO AND NORTH WESTERN RAILROAD                          
    Arrive at daybreak  8/27/70 p.4
    Key to gates  9/24/70 p.1
 
CHICAGO AREA TRANSPORTATION STUDY                           
    Household survey to determine travel characteristics of
        area  7/23/70 p.1
 
CHILD STUDY GROUP OF BARRINGTON                             
    Study group meets new officers  6/4/70 p.12
    Mother of two is Child Study's next chairman  6/18/70 p.17
 
CHRISTENSEN, BERNARD                                        
    Float from bygone years  7/2/70 p.40
 
CHURCH FAMILY                                               
    Goes from farm to moving business  2/12/70 p.50
 
CHURCH WOMEN UNITED (ORGANIZATION)                          
    Two nominated as "Women of Courage"  4/2/70 p.17
 
CLARK, WILLIAM                                              
    Clark leaves police dept.  10/3/70 p.8
 
COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY                                      
    CLC given $100,000 donation  8/27/70 p.3
 
COLLEN, CHARLES                                             
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
 
COLLINS, JOHN                                               
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
 
COMMUNITY CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                              
    Ordained at Community Church  11/12/70 p.61
 
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                                       
    BADC Phase II report is presented  3/5/70 p.1
    Residents must act now to preserve countryside  4/30/70 p.3
 
CONE, JAMES JOSEPH                                          
    James Cone is Democratic candidate  10/29/70 p.41
 
CONGRESS ON POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT, INC.                
    Health chairman attends COPE  9/24/70 p.8
 
CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES                           
    Conservation department gets bog  6/25/70 p.1
    Pollution control also agricultural problem  10/21/70 p.13
 
COOK COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    Forest preserve wants land under Baker Lake  4/30/70 p.23
 
COOK COUNTY POLICE ASSOCIATION                              
    Seeks village's support in upcoming negotiations  2/5/70 p.2
    Does not recognize CCPA, slates personnel study  2/12/70 p.1
    Policemen's union draws a blank  2/26/70 p.1
    Village on fence in Freund hassle  3/12/70 p.1
    Patrolmen submit requests to village  6/4/70 p.3
    Board decision holds, won't recognize CCPA  6/11/70 p.1
    Will Barrington catch blue flu?  8/6/70 p.1
    No action on 7 requests by police  8/13/70 p.1
    Salary hike for most employees  9/10/70 p.1
 
CORN FESTIVAL                                               
    Lake Zurich Corn Festival this weekend  8/6/70 p.3
 
CORNER CUPBOARD RESTAURANT                                  
    Corner Cupboard Restaurant; William Panker, owner  2/12/70
        p.1
 
COSENTINO, NUNZIO                                           
    A long time between visits  7/30/70 p.3
 
COULSON, ROBERT                                             
    Mrs. Walters is appointed by Coulson  8/13/70 p.14
 
COUNTRY CUPBOARD (RETAIL STORE)                             
    Cash, merchandise reported missing  6/4/70 p.3
 
COUNTRYSIDE WOMEN'S REPUBLICAN CLUB                         
    Smith to address Republican women  9/3/70 p.3
    Club spearheads registration  9/24/70 p.3
    Barrington: A community of civic pride, political
        awareness, business growth and dedication of service  
        10/1/70 p.50
 
COUNTRYSIDE YMCA                                            
    Countryside YMCA given 10-acre site  4/30/70 p.3
    Land for Countryside YMCA  5/7/70 p.9
    Facility, building fund Countryside "Y" topics  12/3/70 p.2
    Artist's sketch  12/10/70 p.25
 
COVES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                             
    Endorses expanded library district  5/21/70 p.60
 
CRAVEN, ROBERT                                              
    Elect Craven president of District 1 school board  4/16/70
        p.4
 
CREATIVE LEATHERS                                           
    Creative Leathers; Roberta Schmikler, owner  9/24/70 p.18
 
CREET, CARL "JACK"                                          
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS                                         
    Burglars know family dog, have easy time  1/15/70 p.3
    Charge St. Louis man with Zlogar murder  1/15/70 p.25
    Wisconsin man charged with attempted robbery  1/22/70 p.3
    Grand jury charges 12 in shootings  2/19/70 p.3
    Stolen car recovered  3/19/70 p.54
    Police arrest 9 teen-agers in drug raid  4/9/70 p.60
    Youth slugs manager, robs Apple Orchard  4/16/70 p.1
    Police seize pornographic books in raid  4/23/70 p.1
    Topple tombstones, bomb windows  5/14/70 p.3
    Burglars trip alarm, flee Jim Saine's  5/21/70 p.3
    Cash, merchandise reported missing  6/4/70 p.3
    Three youths stage robbery; Timberlake youth is charged 
        6/18/70 p.45
    Barrington youth gets prison term  6/25/70 p.48
    Barrington man is arrested on 1968 writ  7/2/70 p.3
    Charge Krilich with filing false return  7/2/70 p.1
    Sought by police  7/9/70 p.5
    Bomb threat told first day of school  9/17/70 p.50
    Gas station attendant helps police snare fake money passer 
        10/17/70 p.5
    Raid in Island Lake  10/17/70 p.2
    Confiscated drugs  12/3/70 p.2
    Nabs three shoplifters in fracus at 7-11 store  12/3/70 p.2
 
CRUMRINE, ROY                                               
    104 years of service  12/17/70 p.3
 
CRYSTAL LAKE HIGH SCHOOL                                    
    Bomb threat told first day of school  9/17/70 p.50
 
CUBA ELECTRIC                                               
    Cuba Electric; Jerry O'Malley and Nick Lauletta, owners 
        9/24/70 p.2
 
CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                         
    Cuba Township tax protests bring results  3/5/70 p.1
    Pillman named new assessor for Cuba Township  3/12/70 p.52
    Anderson keeps precinct post  3/19/70 p.4
    Cuba Township residents opposed to freeway mini-corridor 31
        4/9/70 p.60
    Township taxpayers ok appropriations for '70-71  4/23/70
        p.56
    Supervisor Welch asks for delay  9/3/70 p.1
 
CUBA, ILL.                                                  
    Tentative appropriation  4/2/70 p.48
    Supervisor's report of funds received and expended  4/30/70
        p.45
    Delinquent tax list  10/14/70 p.35
 
CUDNOWSKI, CURTIS                                           
    Barrington youth dies after crash  4/30/70 p.1
    Barrington: A community of civic pride, political
        awareness, business growth and dedication of service  
        10/1/70 p.50
 
CUDNOWSKI, NORBERT                                          
    Barrington: A community of civic pride, political
        awareness, business growth and dedication of service  
        10/1/70 p.50
 
CVENGROS, SUSAN C.                                          
    To exhibit  7/30/70 p.20
 
CYCLING                                                     
    Bicycle safety program held in Barrington  6/4/70 p.1
 
CYCLISTS                                                    
    Barrington cyclist hurt in collision  8/20/70 p.1
 
DEBOLT, J. H., SR.                                          
    You are invited [90th birthday of J. H. DeBolt, Sr.] 
        8/20/70 p.20
 
DEER PARK, ILL.                                             
    Treasurer's report  8/27/70 p.39
    Barrington, Deer Park study possible merger  10/14/70 p.3
    Trustees discuss merger, residents have questions  10/21/70
        p.3
    Merger discussion is continued  11/12/70 p.1
    Air opposition to annexation  11/26/70 p.22
 
DEFENDERS OF THE BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE (ORGANIZ.)          
    Smith heads a new group of defenders  1/29/70 p.3
 
DEFENDERS OF THE FOX RIVER, INC. (ORGANIZATION)             
    Ecological planning meeting features Yannacone, Farness 
        1/8/70 p.1
    Meeting topics: freeway, ecology  1/22/70 p.44
    Freeway resolution rescinded by board  1/29/70 p.44
    Smith heads a new group of defenders  1/29/70 p.3
    Reduce noise, visual impact with greenbelt  2/26/70 p.3
    Barrington Hills corridor favored  3/26/70 p.3
 
DEINLEIN, GREGG                                             
    Old-Time Barrington Days  9/17/70 p.1
    Chamber backed  10/7/70 p.1
 
DES ENFANTS, CHARLES                                        
    Teachers, board in tentative agreement  8/27/70 p.1
 
DETERT, FRED                                                
    Veteran policemen  12/17/70 p.2
 
DIMITY, JOHN                                                
    Tower Lakes youth killed in collision  6/4/70 p.60
 
DISASTER RELIEF                                             
    Salvation Army dedicates three emergency canteens  3/19/70
        p.5
 
DOMAKOWSKI, RICHARD                                         
    Little Red Hen; Richard Domakowski, manager  7/23/70 p.10
 
DOMBROWSKI, CHERYL                                          
    Seriously hurt  10/7/70 p.3
 
DONOVAN, ROBERT W.                                          
    Dr. Donovan gives space to hospital unit  8/13/70 p.21
 
DOUGHTY, DWAYNE                                             
    Lake Zurich administrator is BHS grad  12/3/70 p.6
 
DRESSLER, PHILIP J., REV. FATHER                            
    Community Thanksgiving Day service at 10 a.m.  11/26/70 p.1
 
DRUGS                                                       
    Narcotic display board  1/1/70 p.8
    Police arrest 9 teen-agers in drug raid  4/9/70 p.60
    Victim alive when hit by van  10/3/70 p.1
    Hemmingson to discuss current drug problems  10/7/70 p.12
    Propose drug study program for teachers  10/17/70 p.2
    Dr. Campbell will head drug committee  10/29/70 p.3
    Confiscated drugs  12/3/70 p.2
 
EARTH DAY                                                   
    Earth Day - April 22  4/30/70 p.29
    Hold services for Fox River  4/30/70 p.3
 
EAST DUNDEE, ILL.                                           
    Barrington Hills opposes East Dundee asphalt plant  9/3/70
        p.1
    Results of "no meeting" of East Dundee board  9/17/70 p.7
 
ECOLOGY                                                     
    District 300 ecology lab in the woods  7/16/70 p.9
 
EDLER, JACK                                                 
    Edler unravels mysteries of New Guinea tribal art  6/18/70
        p.1
 
ELECTIONS                                                   
    School elections April 11; 3 vacancies on each board 
        1/15/70 p.3
    Mrs. Spreyer is candidate for 224 board  2/12/70 p.3
    David Allen is candidate for 224 board  2/19/70 p.1
    Nash candidate for District 224 school board  2/26/70 p.3
    8 have petitions for 224 board  3/5/70 p.3
    James Lyons is candidate for 224 board  3/5/70 p.3
    Mrs. Walerius announces committeeman candidacy  3/5/70 p.19
    Ross seeking election to District 4 board  3/5/70 p.1
    Skidmore is endorsed by committeemen  3/5/70 p.35
    Allen, Klepzig, Nash launch election drive  3/12/70 p.3
    Hinds, Philip, candidates for District 4 school board 
        3/12/70 p.1
    Primary election Tuesday  3/12/70 p.3
    3rd district legislators back Harper referendum  3/19/70
        p.12
    Anderson keeps precinct post  3/19/70 p.4
    Township voters back Sen. Smith  3/19/70 p.3
    Candidates discuss high school issues  3/26/70 p.28
    Incumbent seeking reelection  3/26/70 p.56
    Mother of four School District 224 candidate  3/26/70 p.56
    Candidates speak to Rotarians  4/2/70 p.52
    Incumbent discusses progress  4/2/70 p.52
    Incumbent vies for District 4 board reelection  4/2/70 p.52
    Two vie for District 1 posts  4/2/70 p.3
    Wilma Spreyer speaks on high school issues  4/2/70 p.27
    All candidates seeking election in District 1  4/9/70 p.4
    Barrington committee to support Mrs. Toot  4/9/70 p.40
    School elections Saturday, April 11  4/9/70 p.3
    Elect Craven president of District 1 school board  4/16/70
        p.4
    Election returns  4/16/70 p.3
    Landslide for Nash, Klepzig, and Allen  4/16/70 p.1
    Sociology class polls village, picks winners  4/16/70 p.1
    18 year olds may register in Barrington  8/6/70 p.3
    Library referendum is Tuesday  8/6/70 p.3
    Library referendum is approved  8/13/70 p.1
    Mrs. Walters is appointed by Coulson  8/13/70 p.14
    Justen for sheriff office open  8/27/70 p.44
    Club spearheads registration  9/24/70 p.3
    Smith lays it on the line  10/1/70 p.6
    Four parties here to boost Stevenson  10/7/70 p.3
    Barrington men serve on GOP committee  10/10/70 p.5
    Nancy Stevenson to plug her husband's Demo bid  10/10/70 p.3
    Adlai to keynote Lake Demo rally  10/17/70 p.7
    Stevenson headquarters in village  10/17/70 p.1
    Congressman McClory seeks reelection  10/29/70 p.41
    General election is this Thursday  10/29/70 p.1
    James Cone is Democratic candidate  10/29/70 p.41
    Klepper seeks a yes vote on bond issue  10/29/70 p.3
    Skidmore seeks county treasurer  10/29/70 p.22
    GOP sweeps area townships  11/5/70 p.1
    Register now for Constitution  11/5/70 p.3
    Decide fate of Constitution this Tuesday  12/10/70 p.1
 
ELLMAUER, DOROTHY                                           
    Five generations in Barrington  7/23/70 p.17
 
EMERSON, GEORGE W.                                          
    Emerson resigns at Tower Lakes meet  9/24/70 p.3
 
ENGEL, LOUISE M.                                            
    Oakwood Hills couple injured in 2-car crash  5/28/70 p.52
 
ENGEL, RODGER R.                                            
    Oakwood Hills couple injured in 2-car crash  5/28/70 p.52
 
ENGLISH, JACK                                               
    Former Barrington resident on fallen plane  4/30/70 p.1
 
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION                                    
    Ecological planning meeting features Yannacone, Farness 
        1/8/70 p.1
    Meeting topics: freeway, ecology  1/22/70 p.44
    Board approves development near Volo Bog  2/12/70 p.3
    Mayors' committee recommends program to cleanup Fox River 
        2/12/70 p.20
    Suit is filed to halt work near Volo Bog  4/9/70 p.60
    Battle of Volo Bog still raging  4/16/70 p.48
    Earth Day - April 22  4/30/70 p.29
    Forest preserve wants land under Baker Lake  4/30/70 p.23
    Hold services for Fox River  4/30/70 p.3
    Residents must act now to preserve countryside  4/30/70 p.3
    BABPW pass anti-pollution resolution  5/28/70 p.22
    Zero Population chapter opposes abortion article  6/4/70 p.3
    Conservation department gets bog  6/25/70 p.1
    To reconstruct Route 14 "bog"  7/30/70 p.44
    Looks into pollution awareness  8/6/70 p.3
    Health chairman attends COPE  9/24/70 p.8
    Cleaner waters in Lake County?  10/29/70 p.19
    Quay receives Defender award  11/19/70 p.5
    Highlight ecology, Con-Con at Harper  11/26/70 p.30
 
ERICKSON, SHIRLEY D.                                        
    Mrs. Erickson is exhibiting at Jewel Center  4/9/70 p.7
 
ESH PHARMACY                                                
    Esh Pharmacy; Norm Zilmer, owner  11/12/70 p.28
 
ESPER A. PETERSEN FOUNDATION                                
    CLC given $100,000 donation  8/27/70 p.3
 
EVERGREEN CEMETERY                                          
    Topple tombstones, bomb windows  5/14/70 p.3
    Thoughts on those who have served  5/28/70 p.14
 
EVERSOLE, DAVID                                             
    Thanksgiving tragedy hits home  12/3/70 p.3
    Area newspaper, radio stations join appeal  12/10/70 p.6
    David Eversole continues fight for life  12/17/70 p.3
    Baby loses second foot in operation to save life  12/31/70
        p.26
 
EVERSOLE, KATHY                                             
    Thanksgiving tragedy hits home  12/3/70 p.3
 
EVERSOLE, SCOTTY                                            
    Thanksgiving tragedy hits home  12/3/70 p.3
 
FABER, ROY P.                                               
    Driver charged in fatal crash  11/19/70 p.3
 
FAIRHAVEN (SUBDIVISION)                                     
    Condition of lake irks residents  8/13/70 p.9
    Supervisor Welch asks for delay  9/3/70 p.1
 
FAMILY GUIDANCE OF THE BARRINGTON AREA                      
    Help troubled families  2/5/70 p.3
    Family Guidance service prepares for third year  5/14/70
        p.60
 
FAMILY REUNIONS                                             
    32nd Kuhlman reunion held  8/20/70 p.4
 
FAMILY SERVICE OF SOUTH LAKE COUNTY                         
    Help troubled families  2/5/70 p.3
    Family Guidance service prepares for third year  5/14/70
        p.60
    Non-college students: school has no vocational courses! 
        5/21/70 p.12
    Joins Family Service office in Barrington  7/2/70  p.1
    Family Service dinner Nov. 16  11/12/70 p.3
 
FARNESS, SANFORD S.                                         
    Ecological planning meeting features Yannacone, Farness 
        1/8/70 p.1
 
FAUST, CAROL                                                
    Poor sense of humor  10/21/70 p.3
 
FIREARMS                                                    
    Use of fire arms banned in village  1/29/70 p.44
 
FIRES                                                       
    Fire guts trailer  1/22/70 p.3
    Residents rally after tragic fire  1/22/70 p.3
    Father burned saving family in Cary fire  1/29/70 p.3
    Help insure happy ending for Meegans  1/29/70 p.1
    Barrington firemen have a busy week  5/28/70 p.52
    Blaze kills two  5/28/70 p.54
    Two persons die in fire of undetermined origin  5/28/70 p.3
    Battle blaze  7/30/70 p.1
    Battle blaze  8/20/70 p.5
    Burning ban due in September  8/27/70 p.8
    Fire guts home  8/27/70 p.1
    Village will make final decision [Homecoming bonfire] 
        10/10/70 p.1
    Thanksgiving tragedy hits home  12/3/70 p.3
    Area newspaper, radio stations join appeal  12/10/70 p.6
    David Eversole continues fight for life  12/17/70 p.3
    Baby loses second foot in operation to save life  12/31/70
        p.26
    Old farm residence destroyed  12/31/70 p.3
 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF BARRINGTON         
    Bank presents service awards  12/17/70 p.37
 
FISH (ORGANIZATION)                                         
    Volunteer service organization renews pledge on anniversary
        3/5/70 p.4
    Fish group in need of volunteers  7/2/70 p.40
 
FLANAGAN, JIMMY W.                                          
    Holiday crash in Barrington Hills claims 1 life  9/10/70 p.1
 
FLINT CREEK SCHOOL DISTRICT 1                               
    School bells to ring again  8/13/70 p.39
 
FLOODS                                                      
    Village drenched by heavy rainfall  6/4/70 p.1
    The aftermath  6/11/70 p.1
 
FONTAINE, ELIZABETH                                         
    Vetarans given opportunity to write [volunteer service
        founded here]  3/12/70 p.17
 
FORNEY, JAMIE L.                                            
    Crash takes life of Palatine girl  7/9/70 p.44
 
FOURTH OF JULY                                              
    6th fireworks display planned by Republicans  6/25/70 p.3
    6th fireworks display set by Republicans  7/2/70 p.3
    Float from bygone years  7/2/70 p.40
    Chilly Fourth does not dampen spirit of '70  7/9/70 p.3
    Colorful Fourth in Fox Point  7/9/70 p.14
    July Fourth - When Barrington was young  7/9/70 p.8
 
FOX POINT (SUBDIVISION)                                     
    Barrington firemen have a busy week  5/28/70 p.52
    Residents air opposition to Brandel development  6/25/70 p.1
    Colorful Fourth in Fox Point  7/9/70 p.14
    Fox Point residents ask reinstatement of guard  9/17/70 p.1
    PUD ordinance voted by board  12/31/70 p.3
 
FOX POINT HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION                            
    PUD ordinance voted by board  12/31/70 p.3
 
FOX RIVER                                                   
    Mayors' committee recommends program to cleanup Fox River 
        2/12/70 p.20
    Hold services for Fox River  4/30/70 p.3
    Fox River lures autumn lore  11/12/70 p.13
    Quay receives Defender award  11/19/70 p.5
 
FOX RIVER GROVE, ILL.                                       
    2nd motel in Fox River Grove?  8/27/70 p.15
    Residential growth is reflected in area  11/26/70 p.50
 
FOX VALLEY FREEWAY                                          
    Meeting topics: freeway, ecology  1/22/70 p.44
    Freeway meeting Jan. 31  1/29/70 p.2
    Freeway resolution rescinded by board  1/29/70 p.44
    Smith heads a new group of defenders  1/29/70 p.3
    Freeway study area is expanded  2/5/70 p.3
    Present additional mini-corridors  2/12/70 p.3
    Reduce noise, visual impact with greenbelt  2/26/70 p.3
    Freeway pow-wows continue  3/19/70 p.3
    Barrington Hills corridor favored  3/26/70 p.3
    Discuss freeway, government council  3/26/70 p.3
    Discuss freeway  4/2/70 p.52
    Cuba Township residents opposed to freeway mini-corridor 31
        4/9/70 p.60
    Wants freeway on west side of Barrington Hills  4/9/70 p.3
    Lake Barrington opposes proposed freeway route  4/16/70 p.18
    Progress report on Fox Valley Freeway study  7/2/70 p.40
 
FREUND BROTHERS, INC.                                       
    Tables recommendation on Freund Bros. Petition  1/22/70 p.1
    Policemen's union draws a blank  2/26/70 p.1
    Village on fence in Freund hassle  3/12/70 p.1
    Village defers action on Freund ordinance  5/14/70 p.60
    Freund Bros. ordinance is approved  6/11/70 p.3
    Absence of village in court irks Exmoor Avenue resident 
        7/16/70 p.19
    Investigator's report not ready, sparks fly in Freund
        hassle  7/16/70 p.1
    Will file injunction against Freund  10/3/70 p.1
 
FREY, DARYL, MRS.                                           
    Two nominated as "Women of Courage"  4/2/70 p.17
 
FRYE, JUDGE                                                 
    Float from bygone years  7/2/70 p.40
 
GASKILL, FERRIS D., MR. AND MRS.                            
    Mark golden anniversary with mass at St. Anne's [Mr. and
        Mrs. Ferris D. Gaskill]  6/18/70 p.17
 
GAULKE, RALPH, JR.                                          
    Father burned saving family in Cary fire  1/29/70 p.3
 
GERSMAN, RONALD                                             
    Gersman awarded Silver Star in Vietnam  4/23/70 p.24
 
GIESEKE, WALTER H., SR., MR. AND MRS.                       
    Gieskes [Giesekes] anniversary  8/27/70 p.12
    Celebrate 50th  [wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
        H. Gieske/Gieseke, Sr.]  9/3/70 p.20
 
GIESKE, WALTER H., SR., MR. AND MRS.                        
    Gieskes [Giesekes] anniversary  8/27/70 p.12
    Celebrate 50th  [wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
        H. Gieske/Gieseke, Sr.]  9/3/70 p.20
 
GILBERT, JAMES H.                                           
    Incumbent vies for District 4 board reelection  4/2/70 p.52
 
GILLEFFE, SHERMAN                                           
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
 
GILLIS, J. WALTER                                           
    Gillis resigns, name interim superintendent  2/12/70 p.3
    Library seeks replacement for Gillis  10/14/70 p.1
 
GIRL SCOUTS                                                 
    Girl Scouts hold Court of Awards program  3/5/70 p.32
    Mrs. LaRue is East District scout chairman  7/16/70 p.18
    Senior girl scouts take Wyoming camping trek  9/10/70 p.23
    For UNICEF  11/12/70 p.12
 
GLASGOW, WILLIAM                                            
    Three youths stage robbery; Timberlake youth is charged 
        6/18/70 p.45
 
GRAHAM, BILL                                                
    May cancel grid drills at BHS  8/20/70 p.45
    What now? [possible cancellation of football practices] 
        8/20/70 p.3
 
GREGORY, DONALD                                             
    BHS scholars  10/3/70 p.1
 
GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL                                         
    Grove Avenue PTA slates meeting on school finance  3/19/70
        p.1
    Exchanging gavel  5/14/70 p.10
    Many long-time residents in Miss Miller's classes  6/11/70
        p.1
    Retiring from Grove Avenue School  12/31/70 p.35
 
GUNDERSON, ALFRED                                           
    Former Shady Hill resident celebrates 95th birthday [Alfred
        Gunderson]  10/1/70 p.2
 
HAGER, FRED                                                 
    104 years of service  12/17/70 p.3
 
HAGER, JILL                                                 
    Is struck by car  2/5/70 p.48
 
HALEY, ALEX                                                 
    Next Town Hall series speaker is Alex Haley  3/5/70 p.3
 
HALL, FRAN WILLIAM                                          
    Travel-adventure series presents "America RFD"  10/7/70 p.1
 
HALLETT, DOROTHY                                            
    New society editor  12/24/70 p.1
 
HALLETT, SEARS L.                                           
    Elect Hallett 224 president  4/23/70 p.1
    Teachers, board in tentative agreement  8/27/70 p.1
 
HAMILL, JONATHAN                                            
    Will file injunction against Freund  10/3/70 p.1
 
HAMILTON, MATT                                              
    Fast action saves life of resident  11/5/70 p.1
 
HANEY, LAUREL                                               
    Family class  9/17/70 p.47
 
HANS, IRENE                                                 
    Courier-Review pays tribute to Irene Hans  2/26/70 p.50
 
HANSEN, GEORGIANA M.                                        
    Book published [Georgiana M. Hansen]  12/24/70 p.8
 
HANSEN, RICK                                                
    Entertains in Taegu, Korea  8/13/70 p.15
 
HARPER COLLEGE                                              
    Informative open house series is set by Harper  2/5/70 p.22
    3rd district legislators back Harper referendum  3/19/70
        p.12
    Barrington committee to support Mrs. Toot  4/9/70 p.40
    School elections Saturday, April 11  4/9/70 p.3
    Harper president details role of the junior college 
        4/23/70 p.3
    Harper serves growing need  6/18/70 p.54
    Harper courses available at Barrington High School  8/13/70
        p.28
    Barrington residents [sic] donates keepsakes to Harper
        College  8/27/70 p.23
    Harper College concert begins Friday, Oct. 16  10/14/70 p.17
    Harper schedules open house  10/14/70 p.28
    Stevenson speaks at Harper  10/29/70 p.15
    Highlight ecology, Con-Con at Harper  11/26/70 p.30
 
HARPER, WILLIAM RAINEY                                      
    Barrington residents [sic] donates keepsakes to Harper
        College  8/27/70 p.23
 
HARRINGTON, RICARDO                                         
    Three student ambassadors complete AFS year at BHS  7/2/70
        p.3
 
HARRISON, MARTHA                                            
    Barrington firemen have a busy week  5/28/70 p.52
    Blaze kills two  5/28/70 p.54
    Two persons die in fire of undetermined origin  5/28/70 p.3
 
HARRISON, WILLIAM H., JR.                                   
    Barrington firemen have a busy week  5/28/70 p.52
    Blaze kills two  5/28/70 p.54
    Two persons die in fire of undetermined origin  5/28/70 p.3
 
HATJE, F. WILLIAM                                           
    Float from bygone years  7/2/70 p.40
 
HAWLEY, PHIL                                                
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
 
HEINEMANN, HERBERT, REV.                                    
    25th anniversary  5/21/70 p.60
    Hollywood beckons Lutheran minister  7/2/70 p.3
 
HELLEMANS, IRENE                                            
    Three student ambassadors complete AFS year at BHS  7/2/70
        p.3
 
HEMMINGSON, RONALD                                          
    Hemmingson to discuss current drug problems  10/7/70 p.12
    Veteran policemen  12/17/70 p.2
 
HENENBERG, FRANK A.                                         
    Charge St. Louis man with Zlogar murder  1/15/70 p.25
 
HENINGER, R. D.                                             
    Heninger tells Lions about bonds, plant  3/5/70 p.1
    Joins village staff  9/3/70 p.1
 
HERMESDUGER, FRED                                           
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
 
HICKORY HILL SCHOOL                                         
    District 1 buys 20 acres behind Hickory School  7/16/70 p.5
 
HIGGINS, LESTER, MR. AND MRS.                               
    Anniversary [wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lester
        Higgins]  12/31/70 p.8
 
HINDS, CHARLES E.                                           
    Hinds, Philip, candidates for District 4 school board 
        3/12/70 p.1
    Landslide for Nash, Klepzig, and Allen  4/16/70 p.1
    Philip, Hinds, Ross take seats on District 4 board  4/23/70
        p.3
 
HIRA, DANIEL K.                                             
    Barrington man is arrested on 1968 writ  7/2/70 p.3
 
HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL.                                       
    6,800 units are included in development  3/5/70 p.52
    Barrington Hills opposes Hoffman shopping center  4/30/70
        p.56
    Still plans for municipal building  6/25/70 p.48
 
HOFFMAN, FREDERICK A.                                       
    Trucks collide in fog  10/29/70 p.32
 
HOGLUND, HARRY V., MR. AND MRS.                             
    Hoglunds feted on anniversary  12/31/70 p.9
 
HONEYCUTT, H. M.                                            
    Fire guts home  8/27/70 p.1
 
HORSES                                                      
    $950 purse money in Western horse show  10/17/70 p.4
    First All-Western Show held at Bateman Center  11/5/70 p.46
    New riding club formed  11/12/70 p.27
 
HOSPITALIZED VETERANS WRITING PROJECT                       
    Vetarans given opportunity to write [volunteer service
        founded here]  3/12/70 p.17
    Workshop to tabulate veterans, writing entries  5/14/70 p.23
    Writing project is given medal  11/5/70 p.16
 
HOSPITALS                                                   
    Unique hospital workshop enriches education  3/19/70 p.62
    Hospital planning gathers steam  4/2/70 p.3
    Support growing for area hospital  4/9/70 p.1
    Development includes hospital site  4/16/70 p.3
    Hospital drive's big surge to be April 23-30  4/16/70 p.15
    Proposed development  4/23/70 p.1
    $1 million addition to ease NWCH occupancy problem  8/13/70
        p.7
    Hospital auxiliaries have common goal  12/10/70 p.2
    Hospital for area  12/24/70 p.1
 
HOUGH STREET SCHOOL                                         
    Price receives dual principalship  6/25/70 p.3
 
HOUPT, RICHARD                                              
    Village board hires special investigator  7/9/70 p.1
 
HOUSING                                                     
    Minister finds a friend in local businessman  6/25/70 p.3
    Housing urgently needed to migrant family of nine  9/24/70
        p.1
    Amendment could prohibit apartments in open space  12/3/70
        p.2
    Plan apartment complex in Lake Zurich  12/10/70 p.11
 
HUDSON, DOUGLAS                                             
    Hudson assists with dramatic rescue mission  4/23/70 p.3
 
HUGHES, MARTIN                                              
    Barrington firemen have a busy week  5/28/70 p.52
 
HULBERG, MARY                                               
    6 senior girls vie for crown  10/14/70 p.1
 
HULL, BILLY J.                                              
    North Barrington hires officer  12/31/70 p.3
 
HULTGREN, ARNOLD                                            
    Barrington Camera Company; Elrod Hultgren and Arnold
        Hultgren, owners  1/15/70 p.48
 
HULTGREN, ELROD                                             
    Barrington Camera Company; Elrod Hultgren and Arnold
        Hultgren, owners  1/15/70 p.48
 
HURST, CHARLES G.                                           
    Charles Hurst to address seniors at commencement  5/7/79 p.3
    Hurst - recognized scholar and dedicated educator  5/7/70
        p.64
    Commencement address  6/18/70 p.1
 
ICE BREAKER REGATTA                                         
    Wisconsin drivers take honors at third Regatta  5/7/70 p.63
 
ILLINOIS CHILDREN'S HOME AND AID SOCIETY                    
    Students boost sponsor parent drive  6/11/70 p.16
 
ILLINOIS. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION (1969-1970)             
    Convention report from Mrs. Mullen  5/28/70 p.21
    Convention report from Mrs. Mullen  6/4/70 p.11
    Convention report from Mrs. Mullen  7/2/70 p.22
    LWV unit meetings on Con Con  10/10/70 p.8
    Addresses Kiwanis  10/29/70 p.4
    Register now for Constitution  11/5/70 p.3
    Chamber focus on Constitution  11/12/70 p.3
    Con-Con delegate to speak Nov. 16  11/12/70 p.3
    Barrington attorney discusses Con-Con  11/19/70 p.22
    Barrington attorney discusses Con-Con  11/26/70 p.29
    Highlight ecology, Con-Con at Harper  11/26/70 p.30
    Proposed constitution  11/26/70 p.24
    Barrington attorney discusses Con-Con  12/3/70 p.26
    Correction to story of 11/26/70  12/3/70 p.28
    Barrington attorney discusses Con-Con  12/10/70 p.35
    Barrington law professor favors Con-Con  12/10/70 p.36
    Decide fate of Constitution this Tuesday  12/10/70 p.1
 
INDIAN CREEK                                                
    Indian Creek clean-up is planned November 7  10/29/70 p.3
 
INOUYE, CHIKARA                                             
    Tea for AFS students this Sunday  9/17/70 p.3
 
ISLAND LAKE, ILL.                                           
    Island Lake sees end to money woes  7/16/70 p.9
    Raid in Island Lake  10/17/70 p.2
 
IVERSEN, MARY ANN                                           
    Car-truck crash kills two persons  5/21/70 p.3
 
JAHNEKE, EDWARD, MRS.                                       
    Mrs. Jahneke tops state for 10th District book  8/6/70 p.52
 
JEANNINE SCHULTZ MEMORIAL SCHOOL                            
    Special education school needs funds desperately  12/17/70
        p.6
 
JENNS, WILLIAM, MRS.                                        
    A long time between visits  7/30/70 p.3
 
JENSEN, GUNNAR                                              
    Tower Lakes hires first police chief  12/24/70 p.1
 
JETTMAN, MITCHELL                                           
    Carpentersville youth dies  10/21/70 p.8
 
JIM SAINE'S TRALEE FARM RESTAURANT                          
    Burglars trip alarm, flee Jim Saine's  5/21/70 p.3
 
JURS, LORRAINE KELLER                                       
    5 generations  10/29/70 p.16
 
JUSTEN, RICHARD F. "NICK"                                   
    Justen for sheriff office open  8/27/70 p.44
 
JUVENILE DETENTION HOMES                                    
    Ridgeway hearing continues Monday  2/12/70 p.48
    Boys' farm ok'd  3/12/70 p.1
 
JUVENILE PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF CHICAGO                  
    Church provides 2-week day camp for children  7/30/70 p.13
 
KALLENS, KIM                                                
    Students take 3 regional awards in scholastic art
        competition  3/12/70 p.32
 
KAMPERT, MARIE                                              
    Happy occasion  11/5/70 p.3
 
KARTALIA, MITCHELL                                          
    Kartalia resigns - immediately  12/17/70 p.1
 
KASPER, ROBERT E., REV.                                     
    St. Paul Church names Kasper senior pastor  8/13/70 p.60
    Reverend Kasper to be installed  10/14/70 p.25
 
KELLER, WILMA STIGLICH                                      
    5 generations  10/29/70 p.16
 
KENT STATE UNIVERSITY--RIOT, MAY 4, 1970                    
    Flag's absence is due to rain, says Richards  5/14/70 p.3
    18 residents air views on flag raising, lowering  5/21/70
        p.1
    Law student leads session on Cambodia  5/21/70 p.10
 
KEYS, STEPHANIE                                             
    6 senior girls vie for crown  10/14/70 p.1
 
KILDEER, ILL.                                               
    Statement of cash receipts and disbursements  8/13/70 p.51
 
KIRBY, FRANK, MR. AND MRS.                                  
    Kirbys wed 50 years  7/23/70 p.17
 
KIWANIS CLUB OF BARRINGTON                                  
    Kiwanis sets charter night for Sept. 10  9/3/70 p.3
    Charter night Sept. 10  9/10/70 p.1
    Barrington: A community of civic pride, political
        awareness, business growth and dedication of service  
        10/1/70 p.50
    Addresses Kiwanis  10/29/70 p.4
    Kiwanis, Lions, Rotary sponsoring blood drive  12/31/70 p.3
 
KLEBASKI, DRAGOSLAVA                                        
    Named beneficiary  8/20/70 p.1
 
KLEIN, RICHARD                                              
    Joins village staff  9/3/70 p.1
 
KLEPPER, ROY W.                                             
    Klepper seeks a yes vote on bond issue  10/29/70 p.3
 
KLEPZIG, DON PERRY                                          
    Allen, Klepzig, Nash launch election drive  3/12/70 p.3
    Candidates discuss high school issues  3/26/70 p.28
    Landslide for Nash, Klepzig, and Allen  4/16/70 p.1
    Kelpzig request on negotiations left up in air  7/30/70 p.1
 
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS LADIES AUXILIARY                        
    New officers  7/23/70 p.6
 
KOHL, KENNETH                                               
    Trucks collide in fog  10/29/70 p.32
 
KOOPMAN, LAURA                                              
    BHS scholars  10/3/70 p.1
 
KREIT, TOM                                                  
    Float from bygone years  7/2/70 p.40
 
KRILICH, ROBERT R.                                          
    Charge Krilich with filing false return  7/2/70 p.1
 
KROHNFELDT, LESLIE D.                                       
    Krohfeldt [sic] is given medal  11/19/70 p.9
 
KRUMHARDT, PETER                                            
    23rd John Babb scholarship to Krumhardt  5/28/70 p.1
 
KUHLMAN FAMILY                                              
    32nd Kuhlman reunion held  8/20/70 p.4
 
KUHLMAN, JANET                                              
    Miss Kuhlman names administrative assistant  12/17/70 p.21
 
LAHTI, ROBERT                                               
    Harper president details role of the junior college 
        4/23/70 p.3
 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                                       
    Village will use MFT funds for signal  1/15/70 p.48
    Freeway study area is expanded  2/5/70 p.3
    Board gets rolling after slow start  2/12/70 p.48
    Lake Barrington denies extension of subdivision  3/12/70
        p.52
    Lake Barrington opposes proposed freeway route  4/16/70 p.18
    Takes second look at area council  5/21/70 p.23
    Road, drainage problems discussed by trustees  6/11/70 p.3
    Brief Lake Barrington session  7/16/70 p.44
    Lake Barrington board meeting  10/10/70 p.4
    Seeks rezoning, liquor license  11/19/70 p.25
 
LAKE COUNTY REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION                    
    Regional plan commission to help Barrington Council of
        Governments  5/28/70 p.28
    Legend accompanying planning map on this week's cover 
        10/14/70 p.3
    Amendment could prohibit apartments in open space  12/3/70
        p.2
 
LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Township system on the way out  1/22/70 p.45
    Board approves development near Volo Bog  2/12/70 p.3
    Anderson keeps precinct post  3/19/70 p.4
    Cleaner waters in Lake County?  10/29/70 p.19
 
LAKE ZURICH PLANNING COMMISSION                             
    Neighbor battles neighbor  9/10/70 p.40
 
LAKE ZURICH, ILL.                                           
    Population boom forecast for Lake Zurich in 1970s  1/1/70
        p.1
    Wisconsin drivers take honors at third Regatta  5/7/70 p.63
    Action on 3-H rezoning is due at Aug. 3 meeting  7/9/70 p.6
    Old Mill Grove residents air fears about subdivision 
        7/23/70 p.8
    Taxpayers seeking answers  7/30/70 p.10
    Lake Zurich Corn Festival this weekend  8/6/70 p.3
    No action taken on zoning bid  8/6/70 p.48
    Lake Zurich post office subject of verbal assault  8/20/70
        p.8
    Post office battle still raging  8/27/70 p.14
    Will not curtail any teaching programs  9/3/70 p.14
    Neighbor battles neighbor  9/10/70 p.40
    Pollution in Lake Zurich causes alarm  9/24/70 p.13
    Residential growth is reflected in area  11/26/70 p.50
    Lake Zurich administrator is BHS grad  12/3/70 p.6
    Plan apartment complex in Lake Zurich  12/10/70 p.11
 
LAKE, DONALD M.                                             
    New pastor at Village Church  9/17/70 p.28
    Village Church installation  10/10/70 p.5
 
LALLY, CHRIS                                                
    6 senior girls vie for crown  10/14/70 p.1
 
LAMEY, MILES T.                                             
    Miles T. Lamey's legacy to Barrington  4/2/70 p.54
 
LAND USE                                                    
    Legend accompanying planning map on this week's cover 
        10/14/70 p.3
    Residential growth is reflected in area  11/26/70 p.50
 
LARSEN, CURTIS L.                                           
    Chamber honors Larsen at November 19 dinner  11/26/70 p.2
 
LARUE, LAVERE                                               
    Mrs. LaRue is East District scout chairman  7/16/70 p.18
 
LARUE, MERVIN W., JR.                                       
    Incumbent seeking reelection  3/26/70 p.56
    Incumbent discusses progress  4/2/70 p.52
    Time to take a stand on college campuses  6/11/70 p.25
 
LARUE, MICHELE                                              
    Starts acting tour  12/31/70 p.8
 
LAULETTA, NICK                                              
    Cuba Electric; Jerry O'Malley and Nick Lauletta, owners 
        9/24/70 p.2
 
LAW                                                         
    Absence of village in court irks Exmoor Avenue resident 
        7/16/70 p.19
    Bitter court battle over road easement  9/17/70 p.59
    Police attend session on courts  10/3/70 p.5
    League endorses merit selection  12/10/70 p.59
 
LAWRENCE, WILLIAM                                           
    Dr. Lawrence new BHS principal  8/20/70 p.1
 
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS                                      
    Board to study LWV suggestions  2/19/70 p.3
    LWV observers make school meetings report  2/19/70 p.23
    LWV observer program encourages participation  2/26/70 p.19
    League consensus on government coordination  3/12/70 p.6
    LWV to conduct petition drive for D. C. citizens  4/2/70
        p.25
    "Enemy within" is real danger to Barrington  6/18/70 p.1
    LWV board members  7/9/70 p.26
    Anthony Scariano speaks at LWV meeting tonight  10/1/70 p.1
    Dr. Caruso will address LWV Tuesday  10/1/70 p.3
    LWV unit meetings on Con Con  10/10/70 p.8
    Village, LWV sponsor sanitation plant tour  10/29/70 p.22
    League endorses merit selection  12/10/70 p.59
    Panel to discuss air pollution  12/31/70 p.12
 
LEARNING CENTER PROGRAM (EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM)               
    North Barrington begins Learning Center Program  6/25/70 p.3
 
LIND, NORMAN                                                
    Unexpected visit  7/23/70 p.1
 
LINES, ARNETT C.                                            
    Dedicate Lines School January 18  1/1/70 p.2
    Will dedicate Lines School this Sunday  1/15/70 p.3
    Dedication  1/22/70 p.1
    Officials dedicate new Lines School  1/22/70 p.1
    Rites Saturday for civic leader Arnett C. Lines  3/5/70 p.3
    Thoughts on those who have served  5/28/70 p.14
 
LINES, ROY M. "MAX"                                         
    Roque Club bridges generation gap  10/17/70 p.1
 
LIPOFSKY, HAROLD                                            
    Industrious teen, Lipofsky, begins Barrington store 
        1/22/70 p.46
 
LIPOFSKY, SAMUEL                                            
    Industrious teen, Lipofsky, begins Barrington store 
        1/22/70 p.46
 
LIPOFSKY'S DEPARTMENT STORE                                 
    Industrious teen, Lipofsky, begins Barrington store 
        1/22/70 p.46
 
LIQUOR LAWS                                                 
    Seeks rezoning, liquor license  11/19/70 p.25
 
LIST, CHUCK                                                 
    European track tour awaits Mason and List  5/7/70 p.3
 
LITTLE GARDEN CLUB                                          
    Garden club officers  10/10/70 p.3
 
LITTLE RED HEN                                              
    Little Red Hen; Richard Domakowski, manager  7/23/70 p.10
 
LLAMAS, ROBERT D.                                           
    Carpentersville youngster, 3, drowns in pool  8/6/70 p.3
 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT                                            
    Township system on the way out  1/22/70 p.45
 
LOCKERT, CONRAD W.                                          
    Float from bygone years  7/2/70 p.40
 
LOGAN, SANDY B.                                             
    Wisconsin man charged with attempted robbery  1/22/70 p.3
 
LOHMAN, ALVIA                                               
    104 years of service  12/17/70 p.3
 
LONG, MAYNARD                                               
    Trustees name Long to planning commission  7/16/70 p.9
 
LOUNSBURY CHAPTER NO. 494 O.E.S.                            
    Installation for Lounsbury 494  11/12/70 p.40
 
LOUNSBURY MASONIC TEMPLE                                    
    Three honored as 50-year Mason members  2/19/70 p.13
 
LUNDING, MARY H.                                            
    Notes 97th year [Mary H. Lunding]  5/14/70 p.18
 
LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE ATONEMENT                            
    Confirmation day  6/11/70 p.22
 
LYNN, ROBERT                                                
    Lynn elected president of park district board  4/16/70 p.3
 
LYONS, JAMES V.                                             
    James Lyons is candidate for 224 board  3/5/70 p.3
 
MACNIFF, LENORE C.                                          
    3-car crash injures two  6/4/70 p.60
 
MANTEL, RAYMOND                                             
    Price receives dual principalship  6/25/70 p.3
 
MARINE INDUSTRIES, INC.                                     
    Lake Barrington denies extension of subdivision  3/12/70
        p.52
 
MARK, PHILIP                                                
    Choir projects are outlined for this year  9/24/70 p.3
 
MASON, BRAD                                                 
    European track tour awaits Mason and List  5/7/70 p.3
 
MATTALIANO, JOANN                                           
    Four injured in crash  8/13/70 p.60
 
MAX LINES ROQUE CLUB                                        
    Roque Club bridges generation gap  10/17/70 p.1
 
MCCLORY, ROBERT                                             
    Congressman McClory seeks reelection  10/29/70 p.41
 
MCCORMICK ESTATE                                            
    Slate hearing on huge development  1/22/70 p.1
    Heavy opposition to development  1/29/70 p.1
    Legal objections halt hearing on development  2/5/70 p.1
    Democratic club opposes development  2/19/70 p.1
    Second Winston hearing planned Monday, March 9  3/5/70 p.3
    More Winston testimony April 29  3/12/70 p.3
    Winston plan box score  3/12/70 p.3
    Barrington home owners object to zoning change for Winston 
        3/19/70 p.60
    Details ZBA's functions in Winston case  4/23/70 p.58
    Winston hearing  4/23/70 p.1
    Cook County board has "hot potato"  5/7/70 p.1
    Demos oppose extending sanitary district bill  5/28/70 p.33
    Senate Rules Committee kills HB 3772  5/28/70 p.1
    South Barrington board hears variance request  12/17/70 p.10
 
MCGILL, PATRICIA                                            
    New social worker  11/26/70 p.10
 
MCHENRY COUNTY REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION                 
    Quay receives Defender award  11/19/70 p.5
 
MCKEE, HOWARD, MRS.                                         
    Elect Mrs. McKee head of human relations group  5/14/70 p.14
 
MCNEIL, KENNETH                                             
    Battle blaze  7/30/70 p.1
 
MEAD, RUTH A.                                               
    Exhibit at center  12/10/70 p.5
 
MEANS, JOHN LANCE                                           
    Victim alive when hit by van  10/3/70 p.1
 
MEE, CHARLES L., JR.                                        
    Two down, Mee is working on 3rd book  2/5/70 p.43
    Mee is editor of Horizon magazine  7/2/70 p.7
 
MEEGAN, GEORGE                                              
    Residents rally after tragic fire  1/22/70 p.3
    Help insure happy ending for Meegans  1/29/70 p.1
 
MEMORIAL DAY                                                
    Memorial Day services set  5/21/70 p.3
    Thoughts on those who have served  5/28/70 p.14
 
MERI LYNN SCHOOL OF DANCE                                   
    Meri Lynn School begins 15th year  9/17/70 p.13
 
MESZAROS, WILLIAM T.                                        
    Area man is Physician of Year  7/23/70 p.53
 
MEYER, ARTHUR A.                                            
    Just married 50 years ago [wedding anniversary of Arthur A.
        and Nina Meyer]  8/20/70 p.18
 
MEYER, AUGUST                                               
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
 
MEYER, NINA                                                 
    Just married 50 years ago [wedding anniversary of Arthur A.
        and Nina Meyer]  8/20/70 p.18
 
MID-AMERICA BALLET ASSOCIATES                               
    Form Ballet Associates, name Mrs. Jones president  5/21/70
        p.20
 
MIGRANT LABORERS                                            
    Housing urgently needed to migrant family of nine  9/24/70
        p.1
 
MILLER FAMILY                                               
    32nd Kuhlman reunion held  8/20/70 p.4
 
MILLER, BERNICE                                             
    Four generations  7/23/70 p.16
 
MILLER, BOB                                                 
    Winning picture  11/26/70 p.4
 
MILLER, HENRY "PETE"                                        
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
 
MILLER, KATHERINE                                           
    Neighbor battles neighbor  9/10/70 p.40
    Plan apartment complex in Lake Zurich  12/10/70 p.11
 
MILLER, MILDRED                                             
    Many long-time residents in Miss Miller's classes  6/11/70
        p.1
    Teachers honored  6/18/70 p.52
 
MILLER, WILLIAM H.                                          
    Winning picture  11/26/70 p.4
 
MILUCKY, MARC A.                                            
    Baptism [Marc A. Milucky]  6/18/70 p.20
 
MINER, MARK D.                                              
    Car-truck crash kills two persons  5/21/70 p.3
 
MINIBIKES                                                   
    Mini drivers are maxi problem  10/3/70 p.1
 
MITCHELL, MAYNE, MR. AND MRS.                               
    Mitchells celebrate golden wedding  6/4/70 p.9
 
MOENSSENS, ANDRE A.                                         
    Barrington law professor favors Con-Con  12/10/70 p.36
 
MOOR, DAVID                                                 
    Grand jury charges 12 in shootings  2/19/70 p.3
 
MOORE, JOHN D.                                              
    Moore, Trestik receive Rotary scholarships  5/21/70 p.1
    Victim alive when hit by van  10/3/70 p.1
 
MOSS, WILLIAM H., JR.                                       
    Ex-Barrington resident killed in two-car crash  2/26/70 p.48
 
MOTELS                                                      
    2nd motel in Fox River Grove?  8/27/70 p.15
 
MOTHER'S PLACE (RESTAURANT)                                 
    Float from bygone years  7/2/70 p.40
 
MOTORBOAT RACING                                            
    Wisconsin drivers take honors at third Regatta  5/7/70 p.63
 
MULLEN, JEANNETTE                                           
    Convention report from Mrs. Mullen  6/4/70 p.11
    Convention report from Mrs. Mullen  7/2/70 p.22
    LWV unit meetings on Con Con  10/10/70 p.8
    Addresses Kiwanis  10/29/70 p.4
    Chamber focus on Constitution  11/12/70 p.3
    Con-Con delegate to speak Nov. 16  11/12/70 p.3
 
MULLINEUX, ANN F.                                           
    Mother of four School District 224 candidate  3/26/70 p.56
 
MUMMER, DONNA                                               
    Oakwood Hills couple injured in 2-car crash  5/28/70 p.52
 
MUNCY, HUGH E.                                              
    Chamber dinner features Muncy  10/14/70 p.3
 
MUSCARELLO, JOSEPH                                          
    Search begins for police chief  12/17/70 p.1
 
NAGLER, RUDOLPH "RUDY"                                      
    Pillman named new assessor for Cuba Township  3/12/70 p.52
 
NASH, JOHN R.                                               
    Nash candidate for District 224 school board  2/26/70 p.3
    Allen, Klepzig, Nash launch election drive  3/12/70 p.3
    Candidates discuss high school issues  3/26/70 p.28
    Landslide for Nash, Klepzig, and Allen  4/16/70 p.1
 
NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION                              
    Teachers seek probe of board by state, NEA  1/29/70 p.3
    At request of teachers, NEA to probe District 224  4/9/70
        p.1
 
NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY OF BARRINGTON                       
    Anti-DDT shoppers guide provided by Barrington Natural
        History Society  6/25/70 p.9
 
NAZARETH BARSUMIAN MEMORIAL PARK                            
    Nazareth Barsumian Memorial Park dedication Oct. 17 
        10/29/70 p.54
 
NEW GUINEA                                                  
    Edler unravels mysteries of New Guinea tribal art  6/18/70
        p.1
 
NEWSPAPERS                                                  
    Courier-Review pays tribute to Irene Hans  2/26/70 p.50
    Miles T. Lamey's legacy to Barrington  4/2/70 p.54
    To publish Thursday  10/21/70 p.1
    Hold services for Mrs. Paddock, wife of former Courier
        editor  10/29/70 p.46
    Area newspaper, radio stations join appeal  12/10/70 p.6
    Reader survey in this edition  12/10/70 p.1
    New society editor  12/24/70 p.1
 
NICARAGUA                                                   
    Final service  10/17/70 p.2
 
NIGHTINGALE, GEORGE                                         
    Crossing guard struck by car  3/5/70 p.56
 
NOISE POLLUTION                                             
    Trustee is left in "Bad Humor"  6/11/70 p.1
 
NORTH BARRINGTON ASSOCIATION OF CUBA TOWNSHIP               
    BADC receives local award from association  3/26/70 p.1
    Makes important tax announcement  6/25/70 p.48
 
NORTH BARRINGTON SCHOOL                                     
    North Barrington begins Learning Center Program  6/25/70 p.3
 
NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Narcotic display board  1/1/70 p.8
    Use of fire arms banned in village  1/29/70 p.44
    Freeway study area is expanded  2/5/70 p.3
    North Barrington board elects woman trustee  2/26/70 p.48
    North Barrington joins council of governments  3/26/70 p.4
    Approves Barcon subdivision plat  5/7/70 p.64
    Annual appropriation ordinance  5/28/70 p.47
    North Barrington cites past officials  6/11/70 p.48
    Treasurer's report  6/18/70 p.46
    North Barrington begins Learning Center Program  6/25/70 p.3
    Speeding cars, stop signs board topics  8/27/70 p.4
    Mini drivers are maxi problem  10/3/70 p.1
    Indian Creek clean-up is planned November 7  10/29/70 p.3
    New electrical code rejected by North Barrington trustees 
        12/3/70 p.50
    North Barrington hires officer  12/31/70 p.3
 
NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS PLANNING COMMISSION                   
    Baird: Need stronger regional planning  10/7/70 p.22
    Sen. Berning shapes planning policies  10/14/70 p.26
    Preliminary census  11/26/70 p.1
 
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY HOSPITAL                                
    $1 million addition to ease NWCH occupancy problem  8/13/70
        p.7
 
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY HOSPITAL WOMEN'S AUXILIARY              
    Northwest Auxiliary board starts with new officers  2/5/70
        p.18
 
NURSING HOMES                                               
    Set open house for nursing home  4/9/70 p.60
 
NYTES, KELLY                                                
    Oakwood Hills couple injured in 2-car crash  5/28/70 p.52
 
NYTES, THEODORE J.                                          
    Oakwood Hills couple injured in 2-car crash  5/28/70 p.52
 
OFSTHUN, GLENN D., MRS.                                     
    Volunteer Bureau office is underway  9/17/70 p.6
    Volunteer Bureau expands to accommodate requests  11/19/70
        p.3
 
OHRNING, RUDY                                               
    Record number of entries at Barrington Art Fair  9/3/70 p.13
 
OLD MILL GROVE (SUBDIVISION)                                
    Old Mill Grove residents air fears about subdivision 
        7/23/70 p.8
    No action taken on zoning bid  8/6/70 p.48
    Lake Zurich post office subject of verbal assault  8/20/70
        p.8
    Post office battle still raging  8/27/70 p.14
    Plan apartment complex in Lake Zurich  12/10/70 p.11
 
OLD TIME BARRINGTON DAYS                                    
    Old Barrington Days  10/1/70 p.1
    Barrington on parade for "Old Time Barrington Days" 
        10/7/70 p.40
    Chamber backed  10/7/70 p.1
 
OLSON, DONALD T., REV.                                      
    Camp meeting guest speaker is Rev. Olson  8/27/70 p.8
    Olson leaving Barrington to head Rockford district  10/7/70
        p.3
    Final service  10/17/70 p.2
 
OLSON, ROBERT                                               
    Park board loses Olson, seeks to lower expenses  5/14/70 p.1
 
O'MALLEY, JERRY                                             
    Cuba Electric; Jerry O'Malley and Nick Lauletta, owners 
        9/24/70 p.2
 
ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR (ORGANIZATION)                    
    Installation for Lounsbury 494  11/12/70 p.40
 
OSINSKI, GAYLE                                              
    Four generations  7/23/70 p.16
 
OSINSKI, TODD A.                                            
    Four generations  7/23/70 p.16
 
OVERTON, JANE HARPER                                        
    Barrington residents [sic] donates keepsakes to Harper
        College  8/27/70 p.23
 
PACKER, HIRAM                                               
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
 
PADDOCK, EDITH W.                                           
    Mrs. Paddock better  8/27/70 p.1
    Hold services for Mrs. Paddock, wife of former Courier
        editor  10/29/70 p.46
 
PALATINE TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                     
    Building hearing in Hoffman Estates  6/18/70 p.14
 
PALM, JOHN E.                                               
    John Palm is safe boating chairman for Barrington area 
        6/25/70 p.48
 
PANKER, WILLIAM                                             
    Corner Cupboard Restaurant; William Panker, owner  2/12/70
        p.1
 
PARIMAN, WILLIAM                                            
    Trende, Inc., William Pariman, manager  12/3/70 p.12
 
PARKER, MILTON E., MRS.                                     
    Will honor Mrs. Parker this Tuesday  10/1/70 p.3
    Mrs. Parker honored  10/14/70 p.6
 
PARKER, ORIANA                                              
    Oriana Parker is given 4-H award  11/12/70 p.8
 
PARTRIDGE, IRENE "RAE"                                      
    Art corner  11/19/70 p.32
    Art exhibit in Des Plaines  11/19/70 p.33
 
PAULK, FLORA STRAIT                                         
    Mrs. Paulk has 106th birthday  3/19/70 p.35
 
PAWLOWSKI, WILLIAM                                          
    Tower Lakes youth killed in collision  6/4/70 p.60
 
PEOPLE'S PARK (BERKELEY, CALIF.)                            
    Grand jury charges 12 in shootings  2/19/70 p.3
 
PEPPER LAKE TROUT CENTER                                    
    Seeks rezoning, liquor license  11/19/70 p.25
 
PESTICIDES                                                  
    Anti-DDT shoppers guide provided by Barrington Natural
        History Society  6/25/70 p.9
 
PESZ, JAMES M.                                              
    Award Pesz Bronze Star  12/31/70 p.5
 
PETERSEN, ESPER A.                                          
    CLC given $100,000 donation  8/27/70 p.3
 
PHILIP, JAMES                                               
    Hinds, Philip, candidates for District 4 school board 
        3/12/70 p.1
    Landslide for Nash, Klepzig, and Allen  4/16/70 p.1
    Philip, Hinds, Ross take seats on District 4 board  4/23/70
        p.3
 
PHILIPS, LYNN                                               
    Vitale memorial trophy  9/3/70 p.24
 
PICCIONE, DAVID                                             
    Wins national award [David Piccione]  5/14/70 p.13
    Honor young author [David Piccione]  5/21/70 p.1
 
PILLMAN, HARRY                                              
    Pillman named new assessor for Cuba Township  3/12/70 p.52
 
PINKERMAN, MAY                                              
    104 years of service  12/17/70 p.3
 
PLAGGE, CLARENCE F.                                         
    Honor Plagge for service to district  10/3/70 p.1
 
PLEASANT ACRES RESORT                                       
    Neighbor battles neighbor  9/10/70 p.40
    Plan apartment complex in Lake Zurich  12/10/70 p.11
 
POGGENSEE, CHRISTINE M.                                     
    Five generations in Barrington  7/23/70 p.17
 
POGGENSEE, DOROTHY                                          
    Five generations in Barrington  7/23/70 p.17
 
POLICE                                                      
    Narcotic display board  1/1/70 p.8
    Seeks village's support in upcoming negotiations  2/5/70 p.2
    Does not recognize CCPA, slates personnel study  2/12/70 p.1
    Grand jury charges 12 in shootings  2/19/70 p.3
    Crack down on vehicle licenses  2/26/70 p.1
    Policemen's union draws a blank  2/26/70 p.1
    Village on fence in Freund hassle  3/12/70 p.1
    Bid for police protection is rejected by Wauconda  3/19/70
        p.60
    Lake Barrington opposes proposed freeway route  4/16/70 p.18
    Barrington youth reported missing  5/7/70 p.3
    Area police departments sponsor management studies  5/14/70
        p.26
    Endorses expanded library district  5/21/70 p.60
    Patrolmen submit requests to village  6/4/70 p.3
    Board decision holds, won't recognize CCPA  6/11/70 p.1
    Discusses record appropriation  7/2/70 p.1
    4 squad cars have ISPERN radio system  7/9/70 p.1
    Sought by police  7/9/70 p.5
    Village board hires special investigator  7/9/70 p.1
    Investigator's report not ready, sparks fly in Freund
        hassle  7/16/70 p.1
    Deal with public safety, repairs  7/30/70 p.44
    Will Barrington catch blue flu?  8/6/70 p.1
    No action on 7 requests by police  8/13/70 p.1
    Find syringes  8/27/70 p.8
    Salary hike for most employees  9/10/70 p.1
    Add third lieutenant to Carpentersville department  9/24/70
        p.13
    Clark leaves police dept.  10/3/70 p.8
    Mini drivers are maxi problem  10/3/70 p.1
    Police attend session on courts  10/3/70 p.5
    Victim alive when hit by van  10/3/70 p.1
    Will file injunction against Freund  10/3/70 p.1
    Hemmingson to discuss current drug problems  10/7/70 p.12
    Gas station attendant helps police snare fake money passer 
        10/17/70 p.5
    Police grant will help finish communications center 
        10/17/70 p.1
    Police study due  10/17/70 p.1
    Raid in Island Lake  10/17/70 p.2
    Poor sense of humor  10/21/70 p.3
    Fast action saves life of resident  11/5/70 p.1
    Driver charged in fatal crash  11/19/70 p.3
    Police, BHS to work together  11/19/70 p.1
    Police will patrol BHS parking area  11/26/70 p.3
    Confiscated drugs  12/3/70 p.2
    Search begins for police chief  12/17/70 p.1
    Veteran policemen  12/17/70 p.2
    Tower Lakes hires first police chief  12/24/70 p.1
    New police equipment  12/31/70 p.3
    North Barrington hires officer  12/31/70 p.3
 
POLLUTION                                                   
    Mayors' committee recommends program to cleanup Fox River 
        2/12/70 p.20
    Battle pollution  2/26/70 p.3
    Hold services for Fox River  4/30/70 p.3
    BABPW pass anti-pollution resolution  5/28/70 p.22
    Zero Population chapter opposes abortion article  6/4/70 p.3
    Looks into pollution awareness  8/6/70 p.3
    Health chairman attends COPE  9/24/70 p.8
    Pollution in Lake Zurich causes alarm  9/24/70 p.13
    Pop-U-Lution?  9/24/70 p.3
    Pollution control also agricultural problem  10/21/70 p.13
    Cleaner waters in Lake County?  10/29/70 p.19
    Klepper seeks a yes vote on bond issue  10/29/70 p.3
    Polluted!  12/10/70 p.1
    Panel to discuss air pollution  12/31/70 p.12
 
POPULATION                                                  
    Population boom forecast for Lake Zurich in 1970s  1/1/70
        p.1
    Zero Population Growth chapter to meet May 15  5/14/70 p.1
    Health chairman attends COPE  9/24/70 p.8
    Pop-U-Lution?  9/24/70 p.3
    Preliminary census  11/26/70 p.1
    Residential growth is reflected in area  11/26/70 p.50
 
POSEY, BRUCE G.                                             
    Posey details plans to expand library district  5/14/70 p.3
    Posey answers questions on Aug. 11 library referendum 
        7/23/70 p.3
 
POSTAL SERVICE                                              
    Local carriers walk out Saturday  3/26/70 p.1
    Post office undergoing remodeling  7/16/70 p.1
    Lake Zurich post office subject of verbal assault  8/20/70
        p.8
    Post office battle still raging  8/27/70 p.14
 
POTTERY BARREL                                              
    Pottery Barrel; Lowell Stone and Iris Richmond, owners 
        10/29/70 p.11
 
POWERS, JOHN A.                                             
    Tower Lakes names Powers new trustee  10/29/70 p.3
 
POWERS, LYMAN                                               
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                           
    Presbyterian Church marks 10th year  4/16/70 p.17
    Church provides 2-week day camp for children  7/30/70 p.13
 
PRICE, HERBERT                                              
    Price receives dual principalship  6/25/70 p.3
 
PULTE LAND OF ILLINOIS CORPORATION                          
    Annexation hearing postponed  8/27/70 p.1
    Supervisor Welch asks for delay  9/3/70 p.1
    Village to look favorably on annexation  11/26/70 p.1
 
PUPPETEERS                                                  
    Behind scenes in storyland of puppetry  7/2/70 p.21
    Mrs. Yenne creates storyland magic  7/2/70 p.14
    Entertains youngsters  9/10/70 p.3
 
PURCELL, PAUL                                               
    Three honored as 50-year Mason members  2/19/70 p.13
 
QUAY, JOHN R.                                               
    Quay receives Defender award  11/19/70 p.5
 
QUILTS                                                      
    Crazy quilt on display  12/10/70 p.56
 
RADIO BROADCASTING                                          
    Originates campus radio station  12/10/70 p.24
    Radio club a winner  12/10/70 p.39
 
RAILROADS                                                   
    Hart Road scene of close call  3/26/70 p.56
    Plan to close Hart Road crossing  10/10/70 p.1
    Will submit formal plan for new road  10/21/70 p.3
    Won't close Wichman railroad crossing  10/29/70 p.4
 
RANTZ, ROBERT, MR. AND MRS.                                 
    Nabs three shoplifters in fracus at 7-11 store  12/3/70 p.2
 
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT                                     
    Slate hearing on huge development  1/22/70 p.1
    Heavy opposition to development  1/29/70 p.1
    Home Owners Association meets Feb. 5  1/29/70 p.3
    Legal objections halt hearing on development  2/5/70 p.1
    Board approves development near Volo Bog  2/12/70 p.3
    Democratic club opposes development  2/19/70 p.1
    6,800 units are included in development  3/5/70 p.52
    Second Winston hearing planned Monday, March 9  3/5/70 p.3
    Lake Barrington denies extension of subdivision  3/12/70
        p.52
    More Winston testimony April 29  3/12/70 p.3
    Winston plan box score  3/12/70 p.3
    Barrington home owners object to zoning change for Winston 
        3/19/70 p.60
    Suit is filed to halt work near Volo Bog  4/9/70 p.60
    Battle of Volo Bog still raging  4/16/70 p.48
    Development includes hospital site  4/16/70 p.3
    Trustees override veto, ok variation for Boberg  4/16/70 p.1
    Details ZBA's functions in Winston case  4/23/70 p.58
    Proposed development  4/23/70 p.1
    Winston hearing  4/23/70 p.1
    Barrington Hills opposes Hoffman shopping center  4/30/70
        p.56
    Residents must act now to preserve countryside  4/30/70 p.3
    Approves Barcon subdivision plat  5/7/70 p.64
    Cook County board has "hot potato"  5/7/70 p.1
    Construction in District 224  5/14/70 p.16
    BADC elects officers, looks at future role in area
        development  5/21/70 p.12
    Endorses expanded library district  5/21/70 p.60
    Demos oppose extending sanitary district bill  5/28/70 p.33
    Regional plan commission to help Barrington Council of
        Governments  5/28/70 p.28
    Senate Rules Committee kills HB 3772  5/28/70 p.1
    "Enemy within" is real danger to Barrington  6/18/70 p.1
    Building hearing in Hoffman Estates  6/18/70 p.14
    Residents air opposition to Brandel development  6/25/70 p.1
    Still plans for municipal building  6/25/70 p.48
    Neighbor battles neighbor  9/10/70 p.40
    Objects to proposed subdivision  10/1/70 p.3
    Baird: Need stronger regional planning  10/7/70 p.22
    Sen. Berning shapes planning policies  10/14/70 p.26
    Quay receives Defender award  11/19/70 p.5
    Residential growth is reflected in area  11/26/70 p.50
    Amendment could prohibit apartments in open space  12/3/70
        p.2
    Tower Lakes trustees ok 19-acre subdivision  12/3/70 p.3
    Plan apartment complex in Lake Zurich  12/10/70 p.11
    PUD ordinance voted by board  12/31/70 p.3
 
RECYCLING (WASTE)                                           
    Glass collection drive is planned next month  8/27/70 p.8
    Receptacle at village hall for glass  9/3/70 p.3
    Drums for glass  11/12/70 p.3
    Help By Saving project to recycle  11/19/70 p.1
 
REFUSE AND REFUSE DISPOSAL                                  
    Officials seek meeting to discuss injunction  1/15/70 p.4
 
REXFORD, BRENT                                              
    Rexford cited for heroism in Vietnam  9/17/70 p.15
 
RICHARDS, HAROLD L.                                         
    Gillis resigns, name interim superintendent  2/12/70 p.3
    Harold Richards becomes interim superintendent  2/19/70 p.3
 
RICHARDS, RICHARD                                           
    Baby formula, salves needed in Vietnam  9/17/70 p.30
 
RICHMOND, IRIS                                              
    Pottery Barrel; Lowell Stone and Iris Richmond, owners 
        10/29/70 p.11
 
RIDGEWAY FARM (JUVENILE DETENTION HOME)                     
    Ridgeway hearing continues Monday  2/12/70 p.48
    Boys' farm ok'd  3/12/70 p.1
 
RIVERWOODS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION                          
    Board approves development near Volo Bog  2/12/70 p.3
    Suit is filed to halt work near Volo Bog  4/9/70 p.60
    Battle of Volo Bog still raging  4/16/70 p.48
 
ROADS                                                       
    Meeting topics: freeway, ecology  1/22/70 p.44
    Two object to rezoning  1/22/70 p.44
    Freeway meeting Jan. 31  1/29/70 p.2
    Freeway resolution rescinded by board  1/29/70 p.44
    Smith heads a new group of defenders  1/29/70 p.3
    Freeway study area is expanded  2/5/70 p.3
    Present additional mini-corridors  2/12/70 p.3
    Reduce noise, visual impact with greenbelt  2/26/70 p.3
    Freeway pow-wows continue  3/19/70 p.3
    Barrington Hills corridor favored  3/26/70 p.3
    Discuss freeway, government council  3/26/70 p.3
    Downtown street work to end this weekend  3/26/70 p.1
    Discuss freeway  4/2/70 p.52
    Cuba Township residents opposed to freeway mini-corridor 31
        4/9/70 p.60
    Wants freeway on west side of Barrington Hills  4/9/70 p.3
    Lake Barrington opposes proposed freeway route  4/16/70 p.18
    Endorses expanded library district  5/21/70 p.60
    Road, drainage problems discussed by trustees  6/11/70 p.3
    Progress report on Fox Valley Freeway study  7/2/70 p.40
    Lights at Bonner and Rte. 12 may become reality: Potter 
        7/9/70 p.7
    Deal with public safety, repairs  7/30/70 p.44
    Bumpety bump  8/6/70 p.1
    Bitter court battle over road easement  9/17/70 p.59
    Plan to close Hart Road crossing  10/10/70 p.1
    Will submit formal plan for new road  10/21/70 p.3
    Won't close Wichman railroad crossing  10/29/70 p.4
    Speed limit on Route 62 drops quickly  11/19/70 p.3
    Decision due on traffic plan  12/3/70 p.1
    Parking meter fine hike becomes effective Jan. 2  12/17/70
        p.2
    Village board oks street plan  12/17/70 p.1
 
ROBERTS, DENNIE J.                                          
    2 persons hurt in 3-car crash  1/8/70 p.48
 
ROBERTSON, JOHN                                             
    Three honored as 50-year Mason members  2/19/70 p.13
 
ROBERTSON, WILLIAM C., JR.                                  
    Winner of two awards  9/3/70 p.6
 
ROBIN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                                  
    6,800 units are included in development  3/5/70 p.52
 
ROGERS, ROBIN                                               
    Local girl is Miss America [Little Miss Majorette of
        America 1971]  8/20/70 p.44
 
ROLSTON, BROOKE J.                                          
    Ordained at Community Church  11/12/70 p.61
 
ROQUE                                                       
    Roque Club bridges generation gap  10/17/70 p.1
 
ROSLYN ROAD SCHOOL                                          
    Price receives dual principalship  6/25/70 p.3
 
ROSNER, RICHARD                                             
    Barrington firemen have a busy week  5/28/70 p.52
 
ROSS, IRVING D., JR.                                        
    Ross seeking election to District 4 board  3/5/70 p.1
    Landslide for Nash, Klepzig, and Allen  4/16/70 p.1
    Philip, Hinds, Ross take seats on District 4 board  4/23/70
        p.3
 
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA (ORGANIZATION)                   
    Royal Neighbors install officers  1/15/70 p.5
    Elect officers  12/24/70 p.8
 
RUHLIN, ROGER R.                                            
    Barrington man wins award for filmstrip  5/21/70 p.37
 
RUTH, THOMAS                                                
    Barrington attorney discusses Con-Con  11/19/70 p.22
    Barrington attorney discusses Con-Con  11/26/70 p.29
    Barrington attorney discusses Con-Con  12/3/70 p.26
    Barrington attorney discusses Con-Con  12/10/70 p.35
 
RYDEN, KENNETH G.                                           
    Sculptor holds one man show  5/21/70 p.7
 
RYNER, CECIL T.                                             
    Three honored as 50-year Mason members  2/19/70 p.13
 
SABADOSH, NICHOLAS                                          
    Joins Family Service office in Barrington  7/2/70  p.1
 
SALEM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                               
    Salem's catechism class  6/11/70 p.21
 
SALVATION ARMY                                              
    Salvation Army dedicates three emergency canteens  3/19/70
        p.5
 
SANDERS, DEAN                                               
    Sanders resigns basketball post  8/13/70 p.3
 
SANITARY LANDFILLS                                          
    Officials seek meeting to discuss injunction  1/15/70 p.4
 
SCARIANO, ANTHONY                                           
    Anthony Scariano speaks at LWV meeting tonight  10/1/70 p.1
 
SCHAEDE, MABEL                                              
    104 years of service  12/17/70 p.3
 
SCHLACHTEL PROPERTY                                         
    Annexation before plan commission  8/13/70 p.3
 
SCHMIKLER, ROBERTA                                          
    Creative Leathers; Roberta Schmikler, owner  9/24/70 p.18
 
SCHOEWER, BERNARD M., MRS.                                  
    2 persons hurt in 3-car crash  1/8/70 p.48
 
SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS                                       
    All is well, principals inform District 1 board  6/11/70 p.3
    New administrative organization in 224  7/16/70 p.1
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 1                                           
    LWV observers make school meetings report  2/19/70 p.23
    Two vie for District 1 posts  4/2/70 p.3
    All candidates seeking election in District 1  4/9/70 p.4
    School elections Saturday, April 11  4/9/70 p.3
    Elect Craven president of District 1 school board  4/16/70
        p.4
    Election returns  4/16/70 p.3
    Landslide for Nash, Klepzig, and Allen  4/16/70 p.1
    All is well, principals inform District 1 board  6/11/70 p.3
    District 1 buys 20 acres behind Hickory School  7/16/70 p.5
    Balanced budget for School District 1  8/13/70 p.10
    School bells to ring again  8/13/70 p.39
    District 1 registration August 28  8/27/70 p.10
    Elementary, junior high classes open  8/27/70 p.3
    District 1 board admonishes Thyfault  9/17/70 p.3
    Treasurer's report  10/1/70 p.39
    Decrease in enrollment creates problem  10/17/70 p.1
    Seeks advice of Illinois School Board Association  12/17/70
        p.48
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 155                                         
    Student discipline at new low  8/20/70 p.8
    Bomb threat told first day of school  9/17/70 p.50
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 224                                         
    Sets tough conditions to continue BHS work  1/1/70 p.3
    Open? Closed? Announced? Unannounced? [meeting]  1/8/70 p.3
    Comprehensive system for 224 receipts  1/15/70 p.20
    Decision on program schedule not needed until March -
        Gillis  1/15/70 p.48
    District 224 may sell bonds at 6 per cent  1/15/70 p.3
    District 224 ok's changes in curriculum  1/15/70 p.1
    School elections April 11; 3 vacancies on each board 
        1/15/70 p.3
    District 224 sells building bonds  1/22/70 p.4
    Teachers seek probe of board by state, NEA  1/29/70 p.3
    District 224 building bonds for 5 years  2/5/70 p.48
    Hold unprecedented session in Chicago  2/5/70 p.3
    Tentative accord  2/5/70 p.3
    Unpaid bills, field trips in Dec. 3 audit report  2/5/70
        p.10
    Gillis resigns, name interim superintendent  2/12/70 p.3
    Mrs. Spreyer is candidate for 224 board  2/12/70 p.3
    Board to study LWV suggestions  2/19/70 p.3
    David Allen is candidate for 224 board  2/19/70 p.1
    Harold Richards becomes interim superintendent  2/19/70 p.3
    LWV observers make school meetings report  2/19/70 p.23
    Nash candidate for District 224 school board  2/26/70 p.3
    8 have petitions for 224 board  3/5/70 p.3
    James Lyons is candidate for 224 board  3/5/70 p.3
    Board to take second look at space problem  3/19/70 p.1
    Candidates discuss high school issues  3/26/70 p.28
    Mother of four School District 224 candidate  3/26/70 p.56
    Candidates speak to Rotarians  4/2/70 p.52
    Oks application of some $60,000 Title III funds  4/2/70 p.3
    Wilma Spreyer speaks on high school issues  4/2/70 p.27
    At request of teachers, NEA to probe District 224  4/9/70
        p.1
    School elections Saturday, April 11  4/9/70 p.3
    Election returns  4/16/70 p.3
    Landslide for Nash, Klepzig, and Allen  4/16/70 p.1
    Elect Hallett 224 president  4/23/70 p.1
    District 224 lacks quorum, will try again April 30  4/30/70
        p.5
    Hurst - recognized scholar and dedicated educator  5/7/70
        p.64
    Construction in District 224  5/14/70 p.16
    Continue search for superintendent  5/14/70 p.14
    Superintendent selection committee makes progress report 
        5/28/70 p.35
    Time to take a stand on college campuses  6/11/70 p.25
    Tape recording sparks District 224 3-hour meeting  6/18/70
        p.3
    Board, teachers reach stalemate  7/2/70 p.3
    New administrative organization in 224  7/16/70 p.1
    More questions than answers  7/23/70 p.1
    Kelpzig request on negotiations left up in air  7/30/70 p.1
    Zoeller named superintendent  7/30/70 p.1
    District 224 approves contract for Zoeller  8/6/70 p.1
    May cancel grid drills at BHS  8/20/70 p.45
    Superintendent takes plunge  8/20/70 p.3
    Teachers join hands  8/20/70 p.1
    Teachers, board in tentative agreement  8/27/70 p.1
    224 board tackles 19-item agenda  9/24/70 p.1
    District 224 approves teacher contract  10/21/70 p.1
    Possible BHS staff cut  10/21/70 p.40
    Detail provisions of teacher contract  11/5/70 p.3
    Annual financial statement  11/19/70 p.45
    Kartalia resigns - immediately  12/17/70 p.1
    Plan lunch program for District 224 pupils  12/17/70 p.3
    Variety of topics at 224 meet  12/17/70 p.2
    Van Royen resigns, too  12/24/70 p.1
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 300                                         
    District 300 ecology lab in the woods  7/16/70 p.9
    New school officially named Sleepy Hollow  8/13/70 p.54
    District 300 teachers OK strike vote  8/27/70 p.8
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 4                                           
    Dedicate Lines School January 18  1/1/70 p.2
    Suggests areas where sidewalks are needed  1/1/70 p.3
    School elections April 11; 3 vacancies on each board 
        1/15/70 p.3
    Will dedicate Lines School this Sunday  1/15/70 p.3
    Schools in financial test  1/29/70 p.1
    Dr. Campbell will report on progress  2/5/70 p.3
    Planning, building schedules approved by District 4 board 
        2/12/70 p.48
    LWV observers make school meetings report  2/19/70 p.23
    District 4 advocates creation of state board of
        certification  3/5/70 p.56
    Ross seeking election to District 4 board  3/5/70 p.1
    Hinds, Philip, candidates for District 4 school board 
        3/12/70 p.1
    Grove Avenue PTA slates meeting on school finance  3/19/70
        p.1
    New teachers, landscaping, food service: District 4 topics 
        3/26/70 p.56
    Incumbent discusses progress  4/2/70 p.52
    Incumbent vies for District 4 board reelection  4/2/70 p.52
    District 4 hears report on research organization  4/9/70 p.3
    District 4 sets meetings for parents  4/9/70 p.1
    School elections Saturday, April 11  4/9/70 p.3
    Election returns  4/16/70 p.3
    Landslide for Nash, Klepzig, and Allen  4/16/70 p.1
    Philip, Hinds, Ross take seats on District 4 board  4/23/70
        p.3
    Volunteer bureau opening  4/23/70 p.3
    Beginning salary $7,400 at District 4  4/30/70 p.1
    Severe weather procedure set by Campbell  5/7/70 p.8
    Summer school again offered by District 4  5/14/70 p.1
    District 4 ok's 10 summer projects  5/28/70 p.3
    Teachers, District 4 reach professional agreement  5/28/70
        p.1
    North Barrington begins Learning Center Program  6/25/70 p.3
    Price receives dual principalship  6/25/70 p.3
    New volunteer bureau helps fill requests  7/9/70 p.1
    Kindergarten screening to begin Aug. 3  7/16/70 p.3
    District 4 board gives nod to tentative budget  7/30/70 p.1
    Could need 10 more schools, District 4 land study shows 
        8/6/70 p.1
    School bells to ring again  8/13/70 p.39
    Treasurer's report  8/20/70 p.40
    District 4 avoids asking for education tax hike  9/3/70 p.4
    District 4 board meeting Monday at North Barrington 
        9/24/70 p.1
    District 4 says no, parents don't agree [program for gifted
        children]  10/1/70 p.3
    Honor Plagge for service to district  10/3/70 p.1
    Volunteer Bureau's work gets District 4 endorsement 
        10/3/70 p.1
    Decrease in District 4 enrollment  10/10/70 p.5
    District 4 goals, projects for year  10/10/70 p.1
    Dr. Campbell will head drug committee  10/29/70 p.3
    Site, construction study group to meet Nov. 16  11/12/70 p.3
    Oks new student-teacher plan  11/26/70 p.3
    Accountability concept discussed by District 4  12/24/70 p.1
    Behind the board room door  12/24/70 p.22
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 95                                          
    Taxpayers seeking answers  7/30/70 p.10
    Will not curtail any teaching programs  9/3/70 p.14
 
SCHOOLS                                                     
    Unequal assessments confirmed  1/8/70 p.20
    Slate hearing on huge development  1/22/70 p.1
    Heavy opposition to development  1/29/70 p.1
    LWV observers make school meetings report  2/19/70 p.23
    Grove Avenue PTA slates meeting on school finance  3/19/70
        p.1
    Unique hospital workshop enriches education  3/19/70 p.62
    St. Mark Day School summer session opens  5/7/70 p.45
    Special programs held at Lines School  5/28/70 p.30
    Superintendent selection committee makes progress report 
        5/28/70 p.35
    Formula for educational aid is "irrational" - Skinner 
        8/6/70 p.33
    School bells to ring again  8/13/70 p.39
    Construction of addition starts at Wauconda High  9/3/70
        p.14
    Issue challenge to students  11/19/70 p.14
 
SCHURECHT, FRED W.                                          
    Architect Schurecht is cited  4/23/70 p.50
 
SCHWARTZBURG, PATRICIA R.                                   
    Two vie for District 1 posts  4/2/70 p.3
 
SCHWEMM, JOHN                                               
    Float from bygone years  7/2/70 p.40
 
SCOTT, TONI J.                                              
    Two hurt  10/3/70 p.1
 
SEBASTIAN, LIANNE                                           
    Future writers [Lianne Sebastian and Gary Shade]  7/9/70
        p.44
    Teens publish poetry booklet "Another Day" [Lianne
        Sebastian and Gary Shade]  7/9/70 p.1
 
SEIDEL, JAMES, MRS.                                         
    Five generations in Barrington  7/23/70 p.17
 
SHADE, GARY                                                 
    Future writers [Lianne Sebastian and Gary Shade]  7/9/70
        p.44
    Teens publish poetry booklet "Another Day" [Lianne
        Sebastian and Gary Shade]  7/9/70 p.1
 
SHAVER, RICHARD                                             
    Joins village staff  9/3/70 p.1
 
SHEEL, ANNETTE                                              
    World traveler logs 40-year teaching record  6/4/70 p.1
    Teachers honored  6/18/70 p.52
 
SHERMAN HOSPITAL                                            
    Named beneficiary  8/20/70 p.1
    Hospital honors Barrington girls  10/7/70 p.8
 
SHIMMIN, GEORGE                                             
    Crash kills Dundee man  7/23/70 p.5
 
SHOPPING CENTERS                                            
    Barrington Hills opposes Hoffman shopping center  4/30/70
        p.56
    Barrington Commons to open Monday  10/17/70 p.1
 
SIDEWALKS                                                   
    Suggests areas where sidewalks are needed  1/1/70 p.3
 
SILVER CORNET BAND                                          
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
 
SKAMPFER, ROBERT H.                                         
    Merger discussion is continued  11/12/70 p.1
 
SKIDMORE, ROBERT G.                                         
    Skidmore is endorsed by committeemen  3/5/70 p.35
    Skidmore seeks county treasurer  10/29/70 p.22
 
SKINNER, CAL, JR.                                           
    Formula for educational aid is "irrational" - Skinner 
        8/6/70 p.33
 
SLEEPY HOLLOW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                             
    New school officially named Sleepy Hollow  8/13/70 p.54
 
SMALL, LOU G., JR.                                          
    Driver charged in fatal crash  11/19/70 p.3
 
SMITH, HAROLD BYRON                                         
    Smith heads a new group of defenders  1/29/70 p.3
 
SMITH, RALPH TYLER                                          
    Township voters back Sen. Smith  3/19/70 p.3
    Smith to address Republican women  9/3/70 p.3
    Smith lays it on the line  10/1/70 p.6
 
SMITH, WILLIAM T.                                           
    Barrington youth reported missing  5/7/70 p.3
 
SOCIAL SURVEYS                                              
    Reader survey in this edition  12/10/70 p.1
    Rising taxes topic for voter survey  12/10/70 p.7
 
SOLEM, G. ALAN                                              
    Library board vacancies filled  12/31/70 p.32
 
SOMMERFIELD, LILLIAN                                        
    104 years of service  12/17/70 p.3
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON DEVELOPMENT COMPANY                        
    Endorses expanded library district  5/21/70 p.60
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Officials seek meeting to discuss injunction  1/15/70 p.4
    Slate hearing on huge development  1/22/70 p.1
    Heavy opposition to development  1/29/70 p.1
    Freeway study area is expanded  2/5/70 p.3
    Legal objections halt hearing on development  2/5/70 p.1
    Democratic club opposes development  2/19/70 p.1
    Second Winston hearing planned Monday, March 9  3/5/70 p.3
    More Winston testimony April 29  3/12/70 p.3
    Winston plan box score  3/12/70 p.3
    Barrington home owners object to zoning change for Winston 
        3/19/70 p.60
    South Barrington hears BADC report, ok's lake  3/19/70 p.54
    Grant 60-day continuance in hearing  3/26/70 p.3
    Huge lake is proposed near South Barrington  4/23/70 p.56
    Winston hearing  4/23/70 p.1
    Cook County board has "hot potato"  5/7/70 p.1
    Endorses expanded library district  5/21/70 p.60
    Demos oppose extending sanitary district bill  5/28/70 p.33
    Senate Rules Committee kills HB 3772  5/28/70 p.1
    Septic system changes coming in South Barrington  6/18/70
        p.52
    South Barrington continues upgrading septic system  7/16/70
        p.44
    South Barrington holds abbreviated meeting Sept. 10 
        9/17/70 p.2
    Gas station in South Barrington?  10/14/70 p.4
    Approve rezoning for gas station  11/26/70 p.6
    South Barrington board hears variance request  12/17/70 p.10
 
SPECIAL EDUCATION                                           
    Special education school needs funds desperately  12/17/70
        p.6
 
SPECIAL EDUCATION DISTRICT OF LAKE COUNTY                   
    New social worker  11/26/70 p.10
 
SPEECHLEY, WILLIAM E.                                       
    Gas station attendant helps police snare fake money passer 
        10/17/70 p.5
 
SPILLMAN, HERNDON                                           
    Dedicatory recital at St. Michael's  12/3/70 p.13
 
SPORTS                                                      
    European track tour awaits Mason and List  5/7/70 p.3
    Thumbs down on sports backstop  7/23/70 p.3
    Sanders resigns basketball post  8/13/70 p.3
    May cancel grid drills at BHS  8/20/70 p.45
    What now? [possible cancellation of football practices] 
        8/20/70 p.3
    Form hockey league in village  11/5/70 p.46
 
SPORTS FACILITIES                                           
    Countryside YMCA given 10-acre site  4/30/70 p.3
    Land for Countryside YMCA  5/7/70 p.9
    Facility, building fund Countryside "Y" topics  12/3/70 p.2
    Artist's sketch  12/10/70 p.25
 
SPREYER, WILMA                                              
    Mrs. Spreyer is candidate for 224 board  2/12/70 p.3
    Wilma Spreyer speaks on high school issues  4/2/70 p.27
 
ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH                                    
    Community Thanksgiving Day service at 10 a.m.  11/26/70 p.1
 
ST. ANNE SCHOOL                                             
    St. Anne plans open house  2/26/70 p.1
 
ST. MARK'S DAY SCHOOL                                       
    St. Mark Day School summer session opens  5/7/70 p.45
 
ST. MATTHEW LUTHERAN CHURCH                                 
    25th anniversary  5/14/70 p.14
    St. Matthew confirmands  5/14/70 p.55
    25th anniversary  5/21/70 p.60
 
ST. MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH                              
    Woodbury leaves St. Michael's  4/16/70 p.16
    Reception at St. Michael's to honor three this Sunday 
        6/25/70 p.49
    Pipe organ at St. Michael's  9/10/70 p.24
    Organ blessing at St. Michael's  10/10/70 p.8
    Dedicatory recital at St. Michael's  12/3/70 p.13
    Bradford to be ordained  12/17/70 p.23
 
ST. PAUL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST                            
    St. Paul organ dedication  4/16/70 p.28
    1970 confirmation class  6/18/70 p.25
    St. Paul Church names Kasper senior pastor  8/13/70 p.60
    Reverend Kasper to be installed  10/14/70 p.25
 
STAHL, FREDA                                                
    Librarian elected  12/17/70 p.30
 
STEVENSON, ADLAI E. III                                     
    Four parties here to boost Stevenson  10/7/70 p.3
    Nancy Stevenson to plug her husband's Demo bid  10/10/70 p.3
    Adlai to keynote Lake Demo rally  10/17/70 p.7
    Stevenson headquarters in village  10/17/70 p.1
    Stevenson speaks at Harper  10/29/70 p.15
 
STEVENSON, NANCY                                            
    Nancy Stevenson to plug her husband's Demo bid  10/10/70 p.3
 
STIGLICH, BERTHA                                            
    5 generations  10/29/70 p.16
 
STONE, LOWELL                                               
    Pottery Barrel; Lowell Stone and Iris Richmond, owners 
        10/29/70 p.11
 
STRADER, LYNN                                               
    Students take 3 regional awards in scholastic art
        competition  3/12/70 p.32
 
STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS                                        
    Local carriers walk out Saturday  3/26/70 p.1
    District 300 teachers OK strike vote  8/27/70 p.8
 
STRUBEL, MARTY                                              
    Marty Strubel to exhibit in Wayne Art Show  5/21/70 p.9
    Exhibit at center  12/10/70 p.5
 
STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMS                                   
    Warmer climate beckons Sue as AFS appointee  2/5/70 p.5
    American Field Service students give impressions of life
        here  4/9/70 p.62
    Three student ambassadors complete AFS year at BHS  7/2/70
        p.3
    Tea for AFS students this Sunday  9/17/70 p.3
    Plan AFS program  10/29/70 p.1
    Wolfe speaks about India this Tuesday  11/5/70 p.1
 
SUCHY, CAROL                                                
    Just married  12/10/70 p.4
 
SWANSON, HARRY                                              
    Four injured in crash  8/13/70 p.60
 
SWIMMING POOLS                                              
    Park to enforce pool pass rules  6/18/70 p.52
    Tower Lake amends pool ordinance  6/18/70 p.3
    Pools close, fall programs set by park  9/3/70 p.3
 
TALMEY, PAUL                                                
    Objects to proposed subdivision  10/1/70 p.3
    To head cancer crusade  11/26/70 p.10
 
TATE, BRAD                                                  
    New principal at Barrington  11/12/70 p.1
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                         
    Township taxpayers ok appropriations for '70-71  4/23/70
        p.56
    May 23 deadline for personal property tax  5/7/70 p.1
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.                                  
    Unequal assessments confirmed  1/8/70 p.20
    Formula for educational aid is "irrational" - Skinner 
        8/6/70 p.33
    District 4 avoids asking for education tax hike  9/3/70 p.4
 
TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Formula for educational aid is "irrational" - Skinner 
        8/6/70 p.33
 
TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                               
    Cuba Township tax protests bring results  3/5/70 p.1
    Lower tax rate in Cuba Township  5/14/70 p.60
    Cuba Township assessment roll for 1970  11/12/70 p.29
 
TAXATION--ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                
    Changes in assessed valuation in Ela Township  5/7/70 p.55
 
TAXATION--ILLINOIS                                          
    Rising taxes topic for voter survey  12/10/70 p.7
 
TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Makes important tax announcement  6/25/70 p.48
    Formula for educational aid is "irrational" - Skinner 
        8/6/70 p.33
 
TAXATION--LAKE ZURICH, ILL.                                 
    Taxpayers seeking answers  7/30/70 p.10
 
TAXATION--MCHENRY COUNTY, ILL.                              
    McHenry County Board of Review charged with unfair
        assessments  4/2/70 p.25
 
TAXATION--TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                 
    Tower Lakes approves tax levy  8/20/70 p.3
 
TEACHERS                                                    
    Teachers seek probe of board by state, NEA  1/29/70 p.3
    Tentative accord  2/5/70 p.3
    BHS teachers  2/19/70 p.30
    New teachers, landscaping, food service: District 4 topics 
        3/26/70 p.56
    At request of teachers, NEA to probe District 224  4/9/70
        p.1
    Beginning salary $7,400 at District 4  4/30/70 p.1
    Continue search for superintendent  5/14/70 p.14
    Teachers, District 4 reach professional agreement  5/28/70
        p.1
    World traveler logs 40-year teaching record  6/4/70 p.1
    Many long-time residents in Miss Miller's classes  6/11/70
        p.1
    Teachers honored  6/18/70 p.52
    Board, teachers reach stalemate  7/2/70 p.3
    Cary teachers request arbitration  7/23/70 p.8
    Kelpzig request on negotiations left up in air  7/30/70 p.1
    Former Barrington girl taking summer classes  8/6/70 p.18
    May cancel grid drills at BHS  8/20/70 p.45
    Teachers join hands  8/20/70 p.1
    District 300 teachers OK strike vote  8/27/70 p.8
    Teachers, board in tentative agreement  8/27/70 p.1
    District 224 approves teacher contract  10/21/70 p.1
    Detail provisions of teacher contract  11/5/70 p.3
    Oks new student-teacher plan  11/26/70 p.3
 
TERRILL, MENTER B., REV.                                    
    Reception at St. Michael's to honor three this Sunday 
        6/25/70 p.49
 
TESKA, ROBERT B.                                            
    "Enemy within" is real danger to Barrington  6/18/70 p.1
 
THIS IS THE LIFE (TELEVISION PROGRAM)                       
    Hollywood beckons Lutheran minister  7/2/70 p.3
 
THOMAS, FRANKLIN C.                                         
    Final service  10/17/70 p.2
 
THOMPSON, CLIFF                                             
    Unexpected visit  7/23/70 p.1
 
THOMPSON, JAMIE C.                                          
    Smith heads a new group of defenders  1/29/70 p.3
 
THOMPSON, JAMIE C., MRS.                                    
    Health chairman attends COPE  9/24/70 p.8
 
THYFAULT, JOHN                                              
    District 1 board admonishes Thyfault  9/17/70 p.3
 
TINSMEN, JEFF                                               
    Head-on crash claims 1 life, 3 are injured  10/29/70 p.2
 
TIPPEY, BARBARA                                             
    Former Barrington girl taking summer classes  8/6/70 p.18
 
TOOT, JANE                                                  
    Barrington committee to support Mrs. Toot  4/9/70 p.40
 
TOWER LAKES IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION                         
    Thumbs down on sports backstop  7/23/70 p.3
 
TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                           
    Two object to rezoning  1/22/70 p.44
    Freeway study area is expanded  2/5/70 p.3
    Tower Lakes appropriates additional $500 for BADC  2/19/70
        p.60
    Bid for police protection is rejected by Wauconda  3/19/70
        p.60
    Council of governments joined by Tower Lakes  4/30/70 p.14
    Tower Lakes in financial squeeze  5/21/70 p.1
    Tower Lake amends pool ordinance  6/18/70 p.3
    Thumbs down on sports backstop  7/23/70 p.3
    Tower Lakes approves tax levy  8/20/70 p.3
    1970-71 appropriation ordinance  8/27/70 p.39
    Treasurer's report  8/27/70 p.39
    Emerson resigns at Tower Lakes meet  9/24/70 p.3
    Nazareth Barsumian Memorial Park dedication Oct. 17 
        10/29/70 p.54
    Tower Lakes names Powers new trustee  10/29/70 p.3
    Engineering firm is under fire  11/19/70 p.3
    Tower Lakes trustees ok 19-acre subdivision  12/3/70 p.3
    Tower Lakes hires first police chief  12/24/70 p.1
 
TOWN AND COUNTRY-ITES (ORGANIZATION)                        
    TOCOS celebrate 4th birthday  7/16/70 p.27
    Celebrate 4th birthday  8/13/70 p.21
 
TRAFFIC FLOW                                                
    Tables recommendation on Freund Bros. Petition  1/22/70 p.1
    Reduce noise, visual impact with greenbelt  2/26/70 p.3
    Traffic study approved for Barrington Hills  2/26/70 p.3
    Lights at Bonner and Rte. 12 may become reality: Potter 
        7/9/70 p.7
    Traffic woes confront trustees  7/30/70 p.3
    Key to gates  9/24/70 p.1
    Increase shopper parking area  10/1/70 p.1
    Decision due on traffic plan  12/3/70 p.1
 
TRAFFIC SAFETY                                              
    Village will use MFT funds for signal  1/15/70 p.48
    Lake Barrington opposes proposed freeway route  4/16/70 p.18
    Bicycle safety program held in Barrington  6/4/70 p.1
    Speeding cars, stop signs board topics  8/27/70 p.4
    Fox Point residents ask reinstatement of guard  9/17/70 p.1
    Plan to close Hart Road crossing  10/10/70 p.1
    Will submit formal plan for new road  10/21/70 p.3
    Police, BHS to work together  11/19/70 p.1
    Speed limit on Route 62 drops quickly  11/19/70 p.3
    Police will patrol BHS parking area  11/26/70 p.3
 
TRANSPORTATION                                              
    Village will use MFT funds for signal  1/15/70 p.48
    Meeting topics: freeway, ecology  1/22/70 p.44
    Household survey to determine travel characteristics of
        area  7/23/70 p.1
    Key to gates  9/24/70 p.1
 
TRENDE, INC.                                                
    Trende, Inc., William Pariman, manager  12/3/70 p.12
 
TRESTIK, MIKE                                               
    Moore, Trestik receive Rotary scholarships  5/21/70 p.1
 
TRIPLETT, KEVIN T.                                          
    Clay memorial award given to Triplett  7/2/70 p.40
 
UNITED STATES--HISTORY--CIVIL WAR, 1861-1865                
    Thoughts on those who have served  5/28/70 p.14
 
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY                          
    Grand jury charges 12 in shootings  2/19/70 p.3
 
VAN BLADEL, ROBERT                                          
    Two hurt  10/3/70 p.1
 
VAN ROYEN, RAYMOND J.                                       
    Van Royen resigns, too  12/24/70 p.1
 
VANDALISM                                                   
    Topple tombstones, bomb windows  5/14/70 p.3
 
VETERANS                                                    
    Vetarans given opportunity to write [volunteer service
        founded here]  3/12/70 p.17
    Workshop to tabulate veterans, writing entries  5/14/70 p.23
    Thoughts on those who have served  5/28/70 p.14
    Writing project is given medal  11/5/70 p.16
 
VIETNAMESE CONFLICT, 1961-1975                              
    Gersman awarded Silver Star in Vietnam  4/23/70 p.24
    Flag's absence is due to rain, says Richards  5/14/70 p.3
    18 residents air views on flag raising, lowering  5/21/70
        p.1
    Law student leads session on Cambodia  5/21/70 p.10
    Baby formula, salves needed in Vietnam  9/17/70 p.30
    Rexford cited for heroism in Vietnam  9/17/70 p.15
    Effects of Vietnam War to be topic  10/7/70 p.3
    Film lecture presentation on Viet [sic] War  10/14/70 p.3
    Krohfeldt [sic] is given medal  11/19/70 p.9
    Award Pesz Bronze Star  12/31/70 p.5
 
VILLAGE CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                                
    Rev. Bishop's last service this Sunday  7/16/70 p.3
    New pastor at Village Church  9/17/70 p.28
    Village Church installation  10/10/70 p.5
 
VISSER, BARB                                                
    6 senior girls vie for crown  10/14/70 p.1
 
VITALE, MARGUERITE                                          
    Vitale memorial trophy  9/3/70 p.24
 
VITULLO, RICHARD                                            
    Former Barrington resident on fallen plane  4/30/70 p.1
 
VOLO BOG                                                    
    Board approves development near Volo Bog  2/12/70 p.3
    Suit is filed to halt work near Volo Bog  4/9/70 p.60
    Battle of Volo Bog still raging  4/16/70 p.48
    Conservation department gets bog  6/25/70 p.1
    Amendment could prohibit apartments in open space  12/3/70
        p.2
 
VOLUNTARISM                                                 
    Volunteer service organization renews pledge on anniversary
        3/5/70 p.4
    Volunteer bureau course to prepare for program  4/2/70 p.1
    Volunteer bureau opening  4/23/70 p.3
 
VOLUNTEER BUREAU OF BARRINGTON                              
    Volunteer bureau course to prepare for program  4/2/70 p.1
    Volunteer bureau opening  4/23/70 p.3
    New volunteer bureau helps fill requests  7/9/70 p.1
    Volunteer Bureau office is underway  9/17/70 p.6
    Volunteer Bureau's work gets District 4 endorsement 
        10/3/70 p.1
    Volunteer Bureau expands to accommodate requests  11/19/70
        p.3
 
VOSNOS, THOMAS                                              
    Yankee Doodle Restaurant; Thomas Vosnos, owner  12/3/70 p.20
 
VOSS, FRED                                                  
    We will move railroad depot - Voss  1/15/70 p.1
    COG seeks full-time employee  9/3/70 p.1
    Salary hike for most employees  9/10/70 p.1
    Village president, Voss, to agency directors board  10/3/70
        p.8
    COG to hire executive director  10/29/70 p.1
    Merger discussion is continued  11/12/70 p.1
    104 years of service  12/17/70 p.3
 
WAHRER, ELSIE                                               
    Barrington housewife in air race  9/24/70 p.4
 
WALAITIS, ED                                                
    Best of Barrington  9/3/70 p.5
 
WALAITIS, MARCIA                                            
    Mrs. Walaitis is Edens Art Fair exhibitor  6/25/70 p.14
 
WALERIUS, ELAINE                                            
    Mrs. Walerius announces committeeman candidacy  3/5/70 p.19
 
WALLACK, LES                                                
    Wisconsin drivers take honors at third Regatta  5/7/70 p.63
 
WALTERS, PHYLLIS K.                                         
    Mrs. Walters is appointed by Coulson  8/13/70 p.14
 
WASTCOAT, JOHN                                              
    Library board vacancies filled  12/31/70 p.32
 
WASTE DISPOSAL IN THE GROUND                                
    Officials seek meeting to discuss injunction  1/15/70 p.4
 
WATER                                                       
    Road, drainage problems discussed by trustees  6/11/70 p.3
 
WATER QUALITY                                               
    We will move railroad depot - Voss  1/15/70 p.1
    Heninger tells Lions about bonds, plant  3/5/70 p.1
    Treatment plant contract awarded to Batavia firm  4/30/70
        p.1
    Village to drain two water tanks  5/7/70 p.1
    Septic system changes coming in South Barrington  6/18/70
        p.52
    Anti-DDT shoppers guide provided by Barrington Natural
        History Society  6/25/70 p.9
    Receives grant  7/16/70 p.1
    South Barrington continues upgrading septic system  7/16/70
        p.44
    Joins village staff  9/3/70 p.1
    Village, LWV sponsor sanitation plant tour  10/29/70 p.22
 
WATERMAN FAMILY                                             
    Goes from farm to moving business  2/12/70 p.50
 
WAUCONDA, ILL.                                              
    Oldest resident  1/1/70 p.23
    Bid for police protection is rejected by Wauconda  3/19/70
        p.60
    Set open house for nursing home  4/9/70 p.60
    Construction of addition starts at Wauconda High  9/3/70
        p.14
    Bitter court battle over road easement  9/17/70 p.59
    Gas station attendant helps police snare fake money passer 
        10/17/70 p.5
    Residential growth is reflected in area  11/26/70 p.50
 
WEATHER                                                     
    Village drenched by heavy rainfall  6/4/70 p.1
    The aftermath  6/11/70 p.1
 
WEGNER, ELIZABETH                                           
    Head-on crash claims 1 life, 3 are injured  10/29/70 p.2
 
WEGNER, ROBERT J.                                           
    Head-on crash claims 1 life, 3 are injured  10/29/70 p.2
 
WELCH, JOSEPH                                               
    Supervisor Welch asks for delay  9/3/70 p.1
 
WELCOME WAGON (ORGANIZATION)                                
    Welcome Wagon to install officers  5/7/70 p.18
    Welcome Wagon installation held May 12  5/21/70 p.20
    Club notes first year  6/11/70 p.16
    Welcome Wagon adds to beautification fund  10/21/70 p.14
 
WENDT, LOUIS                                                
    Retiring from Grove Avenue School  12/31/70 p.35
 
WESLEYAN CHURCH OF BARRINGTON HILLS                         
    Wesleyan Church to be inaugurated  5/21/70 p.40
 
WHITE CEMETERY                                              
    Thoughts on those who have served  5/28/70 p.14
 
WHITE, MATTIE                                               
    Five generations in Barrington  7/23/70 p.17
 
WICHMAN, E. F., SR.                                         
    Float from bygone years  7/2/70 p.40
 
WICHMAN, EDMUND F., JR.                                     
    Float from bygone years  7/2/70 p.40
 
WIGDAHL, DONNA                                              
    Angel of the Year  12/10/70 p.21
 
WILEY, ISABELLA                                             
    Isabella celebrates her 100th [Isabella Wiley]  6/11/70 p.3
 
WILLIAMS, BETSY                                             
    6 senior girls vie for crown  10/14/70 p.1
    It's official  [1970 Homecoming Queen]  10/21/70 p.1
 
WILLIAMS, JOANNA                                            
    Tea for AFS students this Sunday  9/17/70 p.3
 
WILLITS, LINDA                                              
    Barrington girl will participate in USO tour of western
        Pacific  7/16/70 p.3
 
WILWARTH, FRANK                                             
    Silver cornet band  7/23/70 p.4
 
WINCH, MARTHA                                               
    Help troubled families  2/5/70 p.3
 
WINSTON DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION                             
    Slate hearing on huge development  1/22/70 p.1
    Heavy opposition to development  1/29/70 p.1
    Legal objections halt hearing on development  2/5/70 p.1
    Democratic club opposes development  2/19/70 p.1
    Second Winston hearing planned Monday, March 9  3/5/70 p.3
    More Winston testimony April 29  3/12/70 p.3
    Winston plan box score  3/12/70 p.3
    Barrington home owners object to zoning change for Winston 
        3/19/70 p.60
    Details ZBA's functions in Winston case  4/23/70 p.58
    Winston hearing  4/23/70 p.1
    Cook County board has "hot potato"  5/7/70 p.1
    Demos oppose extending sanitary district bill  5/28/70 p.33
    Senate Rules Committee kills HB 3772  5/28/70 p.1
    South Barrington board hears variance request  12/17/70 p.10
 
WINSTON LAKES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                     
    Slate hearing on huge development  1/22/70 p.1
    Heavy opposition to development  1/29/70 p.1
    Legal objections halt hearing on development  2/5/70 p.1
    Democratic club opposes development  2/19/70 p.1
    Second Winston hearing planned Monday, March 9  3/5/70 p.3
    More Winston testimony April 29  3/12/70 p.3
    Winston plan box score  3/12/70 p.3
    Barrington home owners object to zoning change for Winston 
        3/19/70 p.60
    Details ZBA's functions in Winston case  4/23/70 p.58
    Winston hearing  4/23/70 p.1
    Cook County board has "hot potato"  5/7/70 p.1
    Demos oppose extending sanitary district bill  5/28/70 p.33
    Senate Rules Committee kills HB 3772  5/28/70 p.1
    South Barrington board hears variance request  12/17/70 p.10
 
WISEGARVER, GENE C.                                         
    With company 30 years  7/23/70 p.14
 
WISMAR, CYRIL, REV.                                         
    Hollywood beckons Lutheran minister  7/2/70 p.3
 
WOJCIK, VICKI                                               
    BHS scholars  10/3/70 p.1
 
WOLFE, JONATHAN "CHIP"                                      
    Learning experience for Wolfe  7/2/70 p.1
    Wolfe speaks about India this Tuesday  11/5/70 p.1
 
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS (ORGANIZATION)                         
    Untiring patriotism from Woman's Corps  1/29/70 p.14
 
WOMEN                                                       
    Illinois women to petition assembly for equal rights 
        4/23/70 p.14
 
WOMEN AIR PILOTS                                            
    Barrington housewife in air race  9/24/70 p.4
 
WOODBURY, ROBERT, REV.                                      
    Woodbury leaves St. Michael's  4/16/70 p.16
 
WOODS, CAROL                                                
    Just married  12/10/70 p.4
 
WOODSOME, ROBERT A.                                         
    Elect Woodsome, Brown to direct homeowners  10/21/70 p.3
 
WRIGHT, ERIC                                                
    Effects of Vietnam War to be topic  10/7/70 p.3
    Film lecture presentation on Viet [sic] War  10/14/70 p.3
 
YAMASHITA, GLEN                                             
    Crash injures two  9/3/70 p.4
 
YANKEE DOODLE RESTAURANT                                    
    Yankee Doodle Restaurant; Thomas Vosnos, owner  12/3/70 p.20
 
YANNACONE, VICTOR J., JR.                                   
    Ecological planning meeting features Yannacone, Farness 
        1/8/70 p.1
 
YEAR IN REVIEW                                              
    The events that made news in 1969 [Part 1]  1/1/70 p.1
    The events that made news in 1969 [Part 2]  1/8/70 p.1
    A review of the year… 1970  12/31/70 p.1
 
YENNE, ANNE                                                 
    Behind scenes in storyland of puppetry  7/2/70 p.21
    Mrs. Yenne creates storyland magic  7/2/70 p.14
    Entertains youngsters  9/10/70 p.3
 
YOUNG, SUE                                                  
    Warmer climate beckons Sue as AFS appointee  2/5/70 p.5
 
YOUTH                                                       
    Youth group receives $100 from Lions  1/8/70 p.3
    Ridgeway hearing continues Monday  2/12/70 p.48
    Boys' farm ok'd  3/12/70 p.1
    Barrington youth reported missing  5/7/70 p.3
    Wins national award [David Piccione]  5/14/70 p.13
    Backporch board elects 14 students  5/21/70 p.3
    Honor young author [David Piccione]  5/21/70 p.1
    BAHRC will hold series of "Gap Raps"  6/11/70 p.1
    Time to take a stand on college campuses  6/11/70 p.25
    Learning experience for Wolfe  7/2/70 p.1
    Future writers [Lianne Sebastian and Gary Shade]  7/9/70
        p.44
    Teens publish poetry booklet "Another Day" [Lianne
        Sebastian and Gary Shade]  7/9/70 p.1
    Hospital honors Barrington girls  10/7/70 p.8
    Issue challenge to students  11/19/70 p.14
 
ZAME, JANET                                                 
    Three student ambassadors complete AFS year at BHS  7/2/70
        p.3
 
ZERO POPULATION GROWTH (ORGANIZATION)                       
    Zero Population Growth chapter to meet May 15  5/14/70 p.1
    Zero Population chapter opposes abortion article  6/4/70 p.3
 
ZILMER, NORM                                                
    Esh Pharmacy; Norm Zilmer, owner  11/12/70 p.28
 
ZLOGAR, MARTIN W.                                           
    Charge St. Louis man with Zlogar murder  1/15/70 p.25
 
ZOELLER, JOSEPH M.                                          
    Kelpzig request on negotiations left up in air  7/30/70 p.1
    Zoeller named superintendent  7/30/70 p.1
    District 224 approves contract for Zoeller  8/6/70 p.1
    Superintendent takes plunge  8/20/70 p.3
 
ZONING                                                      
    Slate hearing on huge development  1/22/70 p.1
    Tables recommendation on Freund Bros. Petition  1/22/70 p.1
    Two object to rezoning  1/22/70 p.44
    Heavy opposition to development  1/29/70 p.1
    Home Owners Association meets Feb. 5  1/29/70 p.3
    Legal objections halt hearing on development  2/5/70 p.1
    Board approves development near Volo Bog  2/12/70 p.3
    Ridgeway hearing continues Monday  2/12/70 p.48
    Democratic club opposes development  2/19/70 p.1
    Policemen's union draws a blank  2/26/70 p.1
    Second Winston hearing planned Monday, March 9  3/5/70 p.3
    Boys' farm ok'd  3/12/70 p.1
    More Winston testimony April 29  3/12/70 p.3
    Village on fence in Freund hassle  3/12/70 p.1
    Winston plan box score  3/12/70 p.3
    Barrington home owners object to zoning change for Winston 
        3/19/70 p.60
    Trustees override veto, ok variation for Boberg  4/16/70 p.1
    Details ZBA's functions in Winston case  4/23/70 p.58
    Winston hearing  4/23/70 p.1
    Council of governments joined by Tower Lakes  4/30/70 p.14
    Approves Barcon subdivision plat  5/7/70 p.64
    Cook County board has "hot potato"  5/7/70 p.1
    Seeks rezoning for gas station  5/14/70 p.3
    Village defers action on Freund ordinance  5/14/70 p.60
    Demos oppose extending sanitary district bill  5/28/70 p.33
    Freund Bros. ordinance is approved  6/11/70 p.3
    Still plans for municipal building  6/25/70 p.48
    Action on 3-H rezoning is due at Aug. 3 meeting  7/9/70 p.6
    Absence of village in court irks Exmoor Avenue resident 
        7/16/70 p.19
    Thumbs down on sports backstop  7/23/70 p.3
    No action taken on zoning bid  8/6/70 p.48
    Barrington Hills opposes East Dundee asphalt plant  9/3/70
        p.1
    Neighbor battles neighbor  9/10/70 p.40
    Results of "no meeting" of East Dundee board  9/17/70 p.7
    Will file injunction against Freund  10/3/70 p.1
    Gas station in South Barrington?  10/14/70 p.4
    Seeks rezoning, liquor license  11/19/70 p.25
    Approve rezoning for gas station  11/26/70 p.6
    Amendment could prohibit apartments in open space  12/3/70
        p.2
    New electrical code rejected by North Barrington trustees 
        12/3/70 p.50
    Plan apartment complex in Lake Zurich  12/10/70 p.11
    County ZBA hearing continued to Jan. 29  12/17/70 p.3
    South Barrington board hears variance request  12/17/70 p.10
 
ZORN, WALTER A.                                             
    Zorn joins Stevenson school board  7/9/70 p.40     

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