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Barrington Courier-Review Index 1978

4-H CLUBS                                                   
    Barrington Pioneers honored for 4-H work  1/5/78 p.24
    Fillies and Colts 4-H Club plans activities, lists award
        winners  2/2/78 p.28
    4-H leaders to be trained  2/16/78 p.47
    New 4-H club organized  4/6/78 p.26
    Club outlines recent activities  4/13/78 p.28
    Clubs to gather at 4-H Festival  4/13/78 p.38
    Group to attend goat conference  4/13/78 p.30
    Teams enter 4-H Horse Bowl  4/13/78 p.34
    Local 4-H'ers capture top awards  4/20/78 p.28
    4-H girl selected for wilderness trip  7/20/78 p.59
    Local 4-H youths win fair awards  8/10/78 p.22
    4-H bikers raise $400  10/12/78 p.56
    Area resident a 4-H winner  11/16/78 p.26
    4-H members receive awards  12/7/78 p.29
    4-H members receive awards  12/28/78 p.29
    Area 4-H club presents award  12/28/78 p.28
 
ABELY, JOHN K.                                              
    Technical Publishing Company; John K. Abely, owner  9/28/78
        p.81
 
ABERDEEN DEVELOPMENT COMPANY                                
    Condominium project draws two opponents  4/6/78 p.5
    Three villages oppose 624-unit condo complex  5/4/78 p.10
    Condo developer hopes to woo the opposition  5/25/78 p.15
    Lack of studies may stall condo meeting  6/1/78 p.109
    Inverness in another turnabout on condos  6/8/78 p.7
    Inverness in turnabout; Guss charges "payoff"  6/8/78 p.24
    Threat of suit exists after condo rejection  6/15/78 p.5
 
ABORTION SERVICES                                           
    Teen abortion services questioned by life group  11/16/78
        p.5
    Public outcry trims HSA family planning  12/7/78 p.122
 
ACCIDENTS                                                   
    Lake Barrington man killed in collision  1/26/78 p.13
    First fatality recorded on Route 62  2/9/78 p.16
    Fund set up at First National in name of teen killed in
        crash  3/30/78 p.12
    McHenry couple gets $1.5 million after crash  3/30/78 p.36
    Barrington architect dies in 2-car crash  4/6/78 p.16
    Child's condition improves  4/20/78 p.18
    Amy survived, and there's hope for Megan, too  4/27/78 p.5
    Bizarre hit, run accident kills River Valley Gardens girl,
        19  5/11/78 p.7
    Joey's memory lives at Countryside School  5/11/78 p.15
    Accidents down 29% in Barrington Hills  5/25/78 p.50
    Deacon drowns in Wisconsin  6/1/78 p.6
    Memorial Day crash injures five persons  6/1/78 p.16
    Youngsters say final goodbye to classmate  6/1/78 p.6
    BHS tennis players are seriously hurt in crash  6/22/78 p.5
    Traffic fatalities decrease in 1978  6/22/78 p.36
    Tragedy sparks park interest in boating law  6/22/78 p.11
    Family returning from picnic injured in two-car accident 
        8/3/78 p.16
    Youth is killed, 16 others injured in 2 accidents  8/17/78
        p.15
    Labor Day crash injures four persons  9/7/78 p.15
    Tennis players bounce back from auto crash  9/7/78 p.7
    Four-car crash on Route 62 injures four  9/21/78 p.15
    Freak mishap kills baby girl  9/21/78 p.13
    Mashed metal, screams part of family's life  9/21/78 p.5
    "Good time" becomes nightmare; more than 30 fans fall from
        stand  9/28/78 p.5
    Bruised spines, backs predominant injuries  9/28/78 p.14
    Fremd bleachers were due to be replaced  9/28/78 p.5
    New set of bleachers is installed at Fremd  10/5/78 p.12
    Sixth grader struck by car  10/5/78 p.16
    Accident claims woman's life at Barrington Road-68 crossing
        11/2/78 p.16
    Farmer found dead in combine  11/9/78 p.6
    Good neighbors help harvest widow's crop  11/23/78 p.5
    "We've had it," last words of Barrington pilot  12/7/78 p.5
    Derailment snarls commuter trains  12/21/78 p.5
    Lower fatality, accident rates prompt Hills grant renewal
        vote  12/21/78 p.16
    Pilot safe in plane crash  12/28/78 p.18
 
ACTORS                                                      
    BHS grad acts in road show  6/8/78 p.25
    "James at 15" series: gone but not forgotten  7/6/78 p.22
    Play Reading Group: An unfinished drama  9/21/78 p.21
    Barrington High School English teacher helps Blazo with
        theatrical career  9/28/78 p.10
    Soap is just fine for this graduate of Barrington High
        School  9/28/78 p.10
    Camelot returns to high school for another shining moment 
        11/16/78 p.18
 
ACTRESSES                                                   
    Local actress stars in musical  2/23/78 p.38
    The world turns very nicely for soap star Colleen  10/12/78
        p.7
    Camelot returns to high school for another shining moment 
        11/16/78 p.18
 
ADAMS, JEAN                                                 
    Director elected  6/1/78 p.33
 
ADVOCATES FOR THE HANDICAPPED                               
    Weather, stairs don't keep him from transportation hearing 
        1/19/78 p.16
    BCAH slates Wheelchair Day  2/16/78 p.20
    Scavenger hunt part of "Wheelchair Day"  4/13/78 p.15
    Plight of the handicapped will be theirs Saturday  5/11/78
        p.12
    Curbs loom like walls, stairs like mountains  5/18/78 p.22
    Plan for handicapped parking to be revealed  6/22/78 p.6
    Parking for disabled referred to committee  7/13/78 p.11
    Two parking spots set aside for handicapped  7/27/78 p.14
    Handicapped kids need help,too; grant pursued  11/9/78 p.24
    U.S. law guarantees education to most severely handicapped 
        12/21/78 p.15
 
AGED                                                        
    Advisory council members wanted  3/30/78 p.30
    RTA to study transit needs of the elderly  3/30/78 p.36
    Temporary job placement bank created for seniors  4/13/78
        p.39
    Volunteers to aid seniors  4/13/78 p.46
    Housing for senior citizens under study  10/5/78 p.13
 
AIRPLANES                                                   
    Ground-bound fliers take wing by radio  4/13/78 p.21
    She'll compete in air derby  5/18/78 p.27
    East is east, west is west, sayeth Ulmen's compass  6/1/78
        p.62
    Taking wing  6/8/78 p.22
    True to his word, MacArthur returns  7/20/78 p.20
    "We've had it," last words of Barrington pilot  12/7/78 p.5
    Pilot safe in plane crash  12/28/78 p.18
 
ALCOHOL AND YOUTH                                           
    Student discipline a community problem, too  2/23/78 p.6
    Police arrest five  4/6/78 p.16
    Help is available for the teenage alcoholic  5/25/78 p.16
    County board considers teenage drinking ban  8/10/78 p.12
    Teen drinking major problem here: officials  9/14/78 p.11
    Village may prohibit booze sales to teens  9/14/78 p.11
    Barrington Hills board favors ban on booze sales to teens 
        9/28/78 p.6
 
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS                                        
    Since '35, AA has corked bottle  8/17/78 p.48
 
ALCOHOLISM                                                  
    Since '35, AA has corked bottle  8/17/78 p.48
    Women alcoholics bring problem out of pantry  8/17/78 p.44
 
ALEXANDER, MARILYN                                          
    Coordinator of drop-in center, secretary join staff at
        Barrington Youth Services  10/5/78 p.28
 
ALLEGHANY CORPORATION                                       
    IDS directors announce merger  10/12/78 p.85
 
ALLEN, JEFF                                                 
    Mr. Fixit no Mirage for this BHS graduate  1/12/78 p.5
 
ALLISON WOODS FOREST PRESERVE                               
    "We've had it," last words of Barrington pilot  12/7/78 p.5
 
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY                                  
    Allstate headquarters to South Barrington?  3/9/78 p.5
    Allstate acres  3/23/78 p.13
    First Allstate hearing is scheduled April 17  4/6/78 p.7
    "Good hands people" unveil $23 million plan  4/20/78 p.6
    Chamber puts its weight behind Allstate plan in South
        Barrington  4/20/78 p.116
    Allstate, theater plans to get BACOG scrutiny  4/27/78 p.6
    "Good hands people" need one more "aye"  5/18/78 p.7
    BACOG panel pursues study of Allstate plan  6/1/78 p.15
    Position on Allstate to be developed July 11  7/6/78 p.9
    BACOG in holding pattern on Allstate plan  7/13/78 p.7
    "Good hands people" part of South Barrington  7/20/78 p.7
    Allstate's complex right on schedule  10/5/78 p.25
 
ALTMAN, JAMES                                               
    Youth is killed, 16 others injured in 2 accidents  8/17/78
        p.15
 
AMENDOLA, HELEN BELMONT                                     
    Clerk wants to debate challenger  5/25/78 p.37
 
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE                                      
    BHS coed gears for return trip to Germany  6/1/78 p.20
    They'll spend summer in England, Japan, Peru  6/8/78 p.18
    New language plus big family equal AFS lessons  8/17/78 p.21
 
AMERICAN LEGION                                             
    Time capsule ceremony planned Memorial Day  5/18/78 p.6
 
AMERICAN MATERIAL MANAGEMENT SOCIETY                        
    Donation aids scholarship fund  2/9/78 p.38
 
ANANIA, MICHAEL                                             
    Like the arts? Then you'll love the month of April  3/30/78
        p.10
    Writers' workshop for both novice, master  4/6/78 p.22
    Arts council to launch Poet in Residence  4/13/78 p.43
 
ANDERLIK, JAMES                                             
    Paulson offers to abstain, not bid, but park attorney sees
        conflict  6/22/78 p.12
 
ANDERSEN, LYNN                                              
    Cyclists setting wheels in motion for charity  10/5/78 p.33
 
ANDERSON, C. RICHARD                                        
    Candidates join for county board primary race  3/2/78 p.20
    Anderson loses; McClory wins  3/23/78 p.5
    Tie with Graham may have cost Anderson  3/30/78 p.6
    Anderson won't run as Democrat in Lake County board
        election  4/13/78 p.19
    County official raps planner  12/7/78 p. 123
 
ANDERSON, RALPH D.                                          
    Barrington architect dies in 2-car crash  4/6/78 p.16
 
ANGELL, EARL                                                
    Assistant postmaster is retiring  3/23/78 p.13
    He trades mail bag for bag of fertilizer  3/30/78 p.14
 
ANIMALS                                                     
    Court awards damages in dog bite case  2/16/78 p.13
    Her title-winning feat a My Fair Lady story  2/23/78 p.12
    Like a good neighbor, North Barrington is there  3/23/78
        p.18
    Police seeking Collie "mix" dog that bit service officer 
        4/6/78 p.6
    Group to attend goat conference  4/13/78 p.30
    Hee-Haw checks out; a park district legend  4/20/78 p.7
    Hee-Haw gets final sendoff on WLS radio  5/4/78 p.6
    Jennie does it again  5/18/78 p.20
    Fine for dogs running loose to be increased  5/25/78 p.13
    They put best paws forward at park show  7/13/78 p.10
    Barrington veterinarian given University of Illinois award 
        9/28/78 p.37
    Barrington's Jennie should be in "Who's Who" - for dogs 
        12/28/78 p.14
 
ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF                                       
    Horse show to benefit animal humane society  7/6/78 p.102
 
ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)                           
    Puzey-Hayter feud will resume Tuesday  7/6/78 p.18
    Village annexes 48-acre project  8/3/78 p.20
    Project near Fox Point rejected by commission  8/24/78 p.19
    Church asks South Barrington to disannex strip  12/21/78
        p.11
 
ANNIVERSARIES                                               
    The Earl Schwemms; fifty years together  2/2/78 p.46
    Johnsons to celebrate anniversary  6/1/78 p.58
    Rankins celebrate 50th  6/15/78 p.61
    Pastor marks 25th anniversary  6/29/78 p.26
    Pastor marks 40 years of marriage, ministry  8/31/78 p.15
    Honored at parties  11/2/78 p.73
    Cassin party a double affair  12/7/78 p.74
 
ANTHONY'S CARPETS AND FURNISHINGS                           
    Anthony's Carpets and Furnishings; Tony Vaos, owner  5/4/78
        p.84
 
ANTIQUES                                                    
    Old-fashion values keep life humming  9/14/78 p.40
 
APPLEWOOD SCHOOL                                            
    Judge dismisses suit against home for girls  1/12/78 p.24
    Occupancy permit next hurdle for Applewood  2/9/78 p.12
 
APPLIED DESIGN ASSOCIATES                                   
    Applied Design Associates; Adelaide A. Thulin, owner 
        11/9/78 p.90
 
ARDEN SHORE HOME (CHILDREN'S HOME)                          
    Care and concern mark philosophy at Arden Shore Home 
        5/4/78 p.50
 
AREHART, KEN                                                
    Police seeking Collie "mix" dog that bit service officer 
        4/6/78 p.6
 
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, ILL.                                     
    Harper may sell Arlington Heights campus  9/28/78 p.15
 
ARMADES, CECILIA                                            
    Barrington girl dances in ballet  6/8/78 p.26
 
ARNETT C. LINES SCHOOL                                      
    "LaSalle" returns to bring history to life  2/9/78 p.11
 
ART                                                         
    Barrington youngsters display artistic talents at park
        district  2/16/78 p.38
    Like the arts? Then you'll love the month of April  3/30/78
        p.10
    Moving cost keeps Columbus in Fairhaven  7/13/78 p.15
    Art does more than just hang around  11/9/78 p.22
 
ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO                                    
    Membership in Art Associates nets benefits at the Art
        Institute  7/13/78 p.54
 
ARTISTS                                                     
    East is east, west is west, sayeth Ulmen's compass  6/1/78
        p.62
    Animator brings life to clay and classes  8/3/78 p.34
    There's an old spinning wheel in her parlor  9/21/78 p.77
 
ASPGREN, DEBRA                                              
    Court awards damages in dog bite case  2/16/78 p.13
 
ASPGREN, RONALD                                             
    Court awards damages in dog bite case  2/16/78 p.13
 
AURORA, ILL.                                                
    City of Aurora said "no" to Nederlander  6/8/78 p.6
 
AUTHORS                                                     
    New suburban cry:  stay out, developers  1/12/78 p.72
    Local author publishes directory  10/19/78 p.82
 
AUTOMOBILES                                                 
    Five year license plates could save taxpayers $21 million
        in five years  7/6/78 p.34
 
BAETZ, HELEN                                                
    Tender loving care formula for cuisine  4/13/78 p.47
 
BAILEY, SHIRLEY                                             
    Good pay, outdoor work woo women into construction  6/8/78
        p.57
 
BAKER, GAY                                                  
    Courier's Baker takes prize for mental health writing 
        5/18/78 p.11
 
BAKER'S LAKE                                                
    Body of missing woman found in Baker's Lake  5/18/78 p.5
 
BALGEMANN, BOB                                              
    Growth brings change in Courier newsroom  6/29/78 p.11
 
BANKS                                                       
    Low-interest mortgage plan not appealing  10/5/78 p.18
 
BARRINGTON AMERICAN LEGION BRONCOS (BASEBALL CLUB)          
    Barrington no bridesmaid this time around  8/17/78 p.7
    Stevens Point is next hurdle for Broncos  8/17/78 p.7
    If Broncs win, it's Owensboro  8/24/78 p.5
    Smith takes "best team ever" to Legion regional  8/24/78
        p.103
 
BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL                                
    Arts council to note first birthday tonight  1/19/78 p.14
    Like the arts? Then you'll love the month of April  3/30/78
        p.10
    Writers' workshop for both novice, master  4/6/78 p.22
    Arts council to launch Poet in Residence  4/13/78 p.43
    First writers' group workshop to feature children's author 
        6/15/78 p.14
    Public library gets big boost from arts council, "Friends" 
        10/26/78 p.40
 
BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                         
    She makes relocating a "welcome" experience  1/26/78 p.12
    Chamber, schools join hands for Career Day  2/9/78 p.7
    Career Fair to give look at 100 local firms  2/16/78 p.10
    Second Career Fair planned today at BHS  2/23/78 p.7
    Chamber membership drive opens  3/16/78 p.10
    They'll finally be sworn in Wednesday  3/16/78 p.13
    Here's to your good "fortune"  3/30/78 p.13
    New shopping parking should be free: chamber  4/13/78 p.14
    Chamber puts its weight behind Allstate plan in South
        Barrington  4/20/78 p.116
    Retail sales increase by $15 million  5/11/78 p.20
    Garden club council launches "Barrington in Bloom -- 1978" 
        6/1/78 p.18
    Chamber board approves Wolff  6/8/78 p.13
    Parking lot surfacing to be studied  6/15/78 p.20
    New chamber members welcomed  8/24/78 p.82
    Chamber hurls "blackmail" charge at village  9/14/78 p.5
    Chamber sets annual meeting for September 30  9/14/78 p.13
    Voss out of political limelight, but not forgotten by
        Chamber  10/5/78 p.19
    Chamber hits the 400 mark  10/19/78 p.19
    Area chamber looks at continued involvement  10/26/78 p.66
    Crane: Key to inflation is unlimited spending  11/2/78 p.103
    Dispute over beauty a sign of the times  11/23/78 p.6
    Tree lighting switches on holiday glow  11/23/78 p.11
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                      
    BACOG has matured since humble beginning  1/5/78 p.7
    Lake Barrington forms committee to study more about BACOG 
        1/5/78 p.16
    BACOG may parent area-wide traffic study  2/2/78 p.7
    Guidelines for developer donations "insufficient"  2/2/78
        p.16
    BACOG, South Barrington eye Hoffman Estates zoning plan 
        2/16/78 p.15
    Haeger bridge concept draws BACOG ire  3/2/78 p.15
    Project review agency to get BACOG input  3/2/78 p.6
    Water control should be local, BACOG says  3/2/78 p.20
    BACOG may push for Route 53 alternative  3/30/78 p.10
    Tentative 911 system to be ready in August  3/30/78 p.5
    Allstate, theater plans to get BACOG scrutiny  4/27/78 p.6
    Brown named new chairman of BACOG  4/27/78 p.15
    Lake Zurich, BACOG strive to put limits on growth  5/11/78
        p.18
    Lakes management expert may join staff of BACOG  5/25/78 p.6
    BACOG joins list of opponents to theater  6/1/78 p.5
    BACOG panel pursues study of Allstate plan  6/1/78 p.15
    BACOG "priced out" of space at library  6/15/78 p.5
    Opposition to get shot at theater plan tonight  6/15/78 p.7
    BACOG gets guidance from District 220 on developer
        donations  6/22/78 p.19
    Developer donation ordinance to be studied by park district
        6/22/78 p.14
    BACOG hears request to reconsider Route 53  6/29/78 p.12
    BACOG okays 3-year contract to rent Station Street site 
        6/29/78 p.16
    Position on Allstate to be developed July 11  7/6/78 p.9
    911 plan almost ready, but funding is not  7/13/78 p.6
    BACOG in holding pattern on Allstate plan  7/13/78 p.7
    New BACOG leader has big shoes to fill  7/13/78 p.38
    Violence commonplace at SIU theater: police  7/13/78 p.18
    "Good hands people" part of South Barrington  7/20/78 p.7
    Poplar Creek bill -- $7,425 and counting  7/20/78 p.5
    BACOG may curb Poplar Creek spending  7/27/78 p.19
    BACOG to seek consultant for area-wide traffic study 
        7/27/78 p.14
    Poplar Creek fight tab hits the $20,000 mark  7/27/78 p.11
    Hoffman planners endorse theater with changes  8/10/78 p.5
    Opponents of theater keeping powder dry  8/17/78 p.14
    Hoffman orchestrates approval for music theater  8/24/78 p.7
    South Barrington donations law doesn't bother BACOG 
        8/24/78 p.19
    BACOG may move against music theater  8/31/78 p.9
    Poplar Creek Theater legal tab approaches the $30,000 mark 
        8/31/78 p.109
    Poplar Creek fight tab hits the $43,000 mark  9/21/78 p.7
    BACOG to intervene in music theater suit  9/28/78 p.12
    BACOG still under microscope  10/5/78 p.15
    Lake Barrington, BACOG to meet in November  10/5/78 p.12
    Street projects delay village traffic study  10/5/78 p.31
    BACOG is now a model for area land planners  10/26/78 p.76
    BACOG plan finally adopted  10/26/78 p.9
    Lake Barrington should join BACOG: Hansen  11/2/78 p.13
    Court costs mount in fight to block Poplar Creek
        construction  11/16/78 p.6
    Parley throws BACOG ball to Lake Barrington  11/16/78 p.7
    BACOG reps will visit Lake Barrington  12/7/78 p.20
    Village may go it alone on transportation study  12/7/78
        p.14
    BACOG surplus shrinks; transit study jeopardized  12/21/78
        p.5
    911 system faces funding hurdle in Springfield  12/28/78
        p.13
 
BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL                         
    Fire identification plan to get additional study  1/19/78
        p.6
    CPR graduates  2/9/78 p.20
    CPR graduates  2/16/78 p.20
    Fire districts urged to create grid system  3/16/78 p.12
    Contributions of many make CPR program a success  3/30/78
        p.14
    Painless [blood donation]  4/27/78 p.18
    Grid system "compromise" is North Barrington goal  5/25/78
        p.20
    BADC sets annual meeting for June 8  6/1/78 p.13
    Oliver earns BADC's annual service award  6/15/78 p.12
    BADC to the rescue of village restaurants  7/13/78 p.19
    Grid system catches eye of area towns  7/20/78 p.12
    South Barrington stalls vote on grid system  8/17/78 p.14
    Blood drive sagging, may not reach '78 goal  9/21/78 p.9
    Fire board supports, but won't fund grid system  11/9/78 p.6
    "Knock on wood that we won't need paramedics"  12/28/78 p.6
 
BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY                                     
    Library to open February 1  1/12/78 p.7
    She leads the Friends at the most exciting times  1/19/78
        p.43
    Goodbye to the old  1/26/78 p.5
    Book deposit  2/2/78 p.23
    Sunday dedication to open week of library events  2/2/78 p.6
    Library turns new leaf  2/9/78 p.21
    Mother Nature frowns on move  2/9/78 p.5
    Northwest Highway remains a barrier to new library  2/9/78
        p.5
    Filing deadline nears for two openings on library board 
        2/16/78 p.19
    Role of crossing guard affirmed by board  2/16/78 p.7
    Library crossing guard isn't home free yet  2/23/78 p.7
    Perille quits library panel in protest of Maiben
        appointment  2/23/78 p.16
    Library crossing guard cost $15.27 an hour  3/2/78 p.6
    Overhead cost plugged into crossing guard pact  3/9/78 p.12
    Four candidates to vie for two library seats  3/16/78 p.12
    Library board hopes to recover money from furniture
        supplier  3/16/78 p.6
    Vandalism growing concern at new library  3/16/78 p.6
    Danger still lurks at library street crossing  3/23/78 p.6
    All's well so far at new library street crossing  3/30/78
        p.15
    Like the arts? Then you'll love the month of April  3/30/78
        p.10
    Barrington Area Library Board  4/6/78 p.28
    School, library elections are Saturday, Tuesday  4/6/78 p.27
    Barrington Township has one iron in the fire  4/13/78 p.5
    It's Hirst, Helfrick in library board election  4/13/78 p.7
    Library light cost could hit $400,000  4/13/78 p.13
    Library washrooms locked, thanks to obscene scrawling 
        4/13/78 p.16
    New Barrington library has a new logo, too  4/13/78 p.16
    Barrington kids write books  4/20/78 p.30
    Car counters converge at site of new library  4/27/78 p.16
    Library officials call out troops as state conducts traffic
        count  5/4/78 p.10
    Depoian heads adult services at new library  5/11/78 p.23
    Roos is re-elected president of Barrington library board 
        5/11/78 p.105
    Furniture in old library to go on auction block June 3 
        5/25/78 p.7
    Old library building to have a new shingle  5/25/78 p.7
    Library doesn't warrant traffic signals: state  6/1/78 p.5
    Library trustee tours NSLS  6/1/78 p.26
    Auction at old library nets $4,000  6/8/78 p.13
    Condition of attorney's land riles Berry Road neighbors 
        6/8/78 p.14
    Traffic count at library site doesn't satisfy board members
        6/8/78 p.7
    BACOG "priced out" of space at library  6/15/78 p.5
    Library lights not a dead issue: Graham  7/6/78 p.5
    Cookbook proceeds yield early pledge payoff  7/13/78 p.53
    Library using surplus to make ends meet  7/13/78 p.19
    Library will request second traffic count  7/20/78 p.6
    Township moves to new home in old library building  7/27/78
        p.16
    Library set to stack traffic count deck  8/10/78 p.14
    Winners named in library contest  8/24/78 p.24
    Ballet group gives $300 to library  9/21/78 p.38
    Second library traffic count scheduled Wednesday, October
        25  10/12/78 p.5
    Public library gets big boost from arts council, "Friends" 
        10/26/78 p.40
    Trivia to Tintoretto, library runs the gamut  10/26/78 p.70
    Rain dampens traffic count; library falls short for
        stoplight  11/2/78 p.5
    Art does more than just hang around  11/9/78 p.22
    Library seeks IDOT permission to average 8-hour traffic
        count  11/9/78 p.16
    Library board urges IDOT to bend on light  12/7/78 p.12
    Library may pioneer information by phone  12/7/78 p.12
    Handmade ornaments deck special tree  12/21/78 p.61
 
BARRINGTON AREA UNITED DRIVE                                
    BAUD sets sights on $75,000 goal  8/31/78 p.13
    Barrington Area United Drive sets sights on raising $75,000
        9/28/78 p.31
 
BARRINGTON ART FAIR                                         
    Woman's club to launch art fair  6/8/78 p.62
    Art fair to be a birthday party, too  7/6/78 p.58
    20th Barrington Art Fair -- many work for success  8/3/78
        p.37
 
BARRINGTON ASSN. FOR CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES    
    Educator's viewpoint of children to be topic of BACLD
        meeting  3/9/78 p.16
    Educational bloom of flower sale, programs  4/6/78 p.75
    New advisors added to area association's staff  9/28/78 p.28
 
BARRINGTON AUXILIARY CHICAGO MATERNITY CENTER               
    Chicago Maternity Center auxiliary now Barrington Service
        League  4/27/78 p.72
 
BARRINGTON BASEBALL COMMISSION                              
    More baseball fields are needed: residents  9/21/78 p.11
 
BARRINGTON BOARD OF REALTORS                                
    Area realtors hope to serve a "unique" village  10/26/78
        p.66
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASEBALL CLUB)                          
    Barrington takes 5th at Great Lakes tourney  8/31/78 p.10
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Bronc string runs out in supers, 71-59  3/16/78 p.5
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (GYMNASTICS CLUB)                        
    Schwartz is champ  2/2/78 p.81
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (WRESTLING CLUB)                         
    Matmen just miss Lake County title  1/5/78 p.71
 
BARRINGTON CAMERA                                           
    Barrington Camera; Jim Hultgren, owner  12/21/78 p.85
 
BARRINGTON CAMPGROUND                                       
    Village challenges campground asking price  1/12/78 p.5
 
BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220               
    District 220 retains negotiator for upcoming talks with BEA
        1/19/78 p.14
    North Barrington sixth graders go international for a day 
        2/2/78 p.25
    Negotiations: rough road ahead in District 220?  2/2/78 p.5
    "LaSalle" returns to bring history to life  2/9/78 p.11
    Chamber, schools join hands for Career Day  2/9/78 p.7
    Career Fair to give look at 100 local firms  2/16/78 p.10
    Poster contest draws 600; winner digs archaeology  2/16/78
        p.10
    Contract food doesn't please parents' palates  2/23/78 p.14
    Correction to story of 2/16/78  2/23/78 p.7
    District 220 scoliosis screening to be conducted during
        March  2/23/78 p.12
    Fencik-led Bears to play Saturday  2/23/78 p.18
    Student discipline a community problem, too  2/23/78 p.6
    Drug use not restricted to high school: Greffin  3/2/78 p.7
    Scoliosis  3/9/78 p.10
    36 teachers may not be back next year  3/23/78 p.18
    CPR training saves life of third grader  3/23/78 p.7
    Four-day school week out of running now  3/23/78 p.5
    From hallway gestapo to a jack of all trades  3/23/78 p.21
    Police consultant at BHS?  It's not a "must"  3/23/78 p.21
    School board election draws five candidates  3/23/78 p.12
    From rain-soaked turf a new pool will arise  3/30/78 p.10
    Like the arts? Then you'll love the month of April  3/30/78
        p.10
    Schools won't take students without shots  3/30/78 p.13
    No conflict for board member with wife teaching in district
        4/6/78 p.12
    School District 220  4/6/78 p.27
    School, library elections are Saturday, Tuesday  4/6/78 p.27
    Western Avenue work should start June 1  4/6/78
    "Captain Marbles" tickets on sale in schools  4/13/78 p.43
    District 220 may lose $1.9 million in funding  4/13/78 p.5
    Flooding? It's the other guy's problem  4/13/78 p.9
    No organized Democrat effort in school board vote: Forsberg
        4/13/78 p.6
    Rose, Gravdal capture District 220 board seats  4/13/78 p.6
    Christmas break will extend through January 7 this year 
        4/20/78 p.18
    Re-elect Hallett 220 president in 4-3 vote  4/20/78 p.15
    Roslyn Road school sends in the clowns  4/20/78 p.21
    Summer school tuition still $38 per student  4/20/78 p.9
    Unilateral not part of MacKimm vocabulary  4/20/78 p.18
    Hough's Rita Graham is somebody "special"  4/27/78 p.10
    In-house staffing of new pool riles teachers  4/27/78 p.5
    Painless [blood donation]  4/27/78 p.18
    Who's your favorite clown?  Bozo!!!  4/27/78 p.24
    District 220 attends seminar  5/11/78 p.28
    Joey's memory lives at Countryside School  5/11/78 p.15
    District 220 will explore alternatives to SEDOL  5/18/78 p.9
    Grove finds a way to combat "Cabin Fever"  5/18/78 p.10
    Three-week study in France open to Lines 5th, 6th graders 
        5/18/78 p.18
    School aid bill "in big trouble" in Springfield  5/25/78 p.5
    Whatever happened to the Class of '28?  6/15/78 p.10
    BACOG gets guidance from District 220 on developer
        donations  6/22/78 p.19
    Countryside children remember their friend  6/22/78 p.10
    Kids packing for trip to France  6/22/78 p.20
    School board gets grilled for hot lunch vote  6/22/78 p.5
    Servomation bringing "expertise" to District 220  6/22/78
        p.12
    Student fees are increased in District 220  6/22/78 p.15
    "Mrs. Tuttle, we all love you," her riders agree  7/6/78
        p.51
    Aid bill means a little help for District 220  7/6/78 p.7
    Many factors involved in township tax hike  7/13/78 p.14
    School district holds $81,500 from Special Education
        District of Lake County  7/20/78 p.17
    Continued decline in enrollment means fewer teachers next
        year  7/27/78 p.25
    Petition urging closed campus gains support  7/27/78 p.5
    New school bill means extra $395,000 for Unit District 220 
        8/3/78 p.14
    District 220 step ahead in aid for handicapped  8/10/78 p.16
    Teacher negotiations moving slowly, official says  8/17/78
        p.11
    Teacher's car an object for kids' frustrations?  8/17/78 p.6
    Board bites the bullet, approves armed guard  8/24/78 p.5
    District 220 puts final nail in BHS campus lid  8/24/78 p.6
    Idle hands the vandal's workshop, says youth officer 
        8/24/78 p.21
    Teachers, board panel still apart on contract  8/24/78 p.5
    District 220 teachers in tentative agreement on 2-year
        contract  8/31/78 p.6
    Enrollment drop in District 220 to be 3 per cent  9/7/78
        p.36
    District 200 [sic] enrollment only decreases by 77  9/21/78
        p.22
    New District 220 budget shows year-ending deficits in 2
        funds  9/21/78 p.12
    District 220 approves budget; teachers get 8.5% pay
        increase  9/28/78 p.19
    Officials' free work object of school probe  9/28/78 p.6
    Board member's office use probed by school  10/5/78 p.5
    "Yucky" becomes thing of beauty thanks to BHS German Club 
        10/12/78 p.37
    Forward Z's key to success with ABC's  10/12/78 p.36
    Middle school loses "the best" - Bob O'Grady  10/12/78 p.6
    A week at camp makes Roslyn students more nature-wise 
        10/19/78 p.26
    District 220 will study police consultant idea  10/19/78 p.9
    Middle school soon may house all District 220 junior high
        students  10/19/78 p.16
    National prep games opposed by District 220  10/19/78 p.11
    Richland didn't violate school code, panel says  10/19/78
        p.7
    Hallett's use of crew for private project called judgment
        error  10/26/78 p.5
    Schools strive to give good, basic foundation  10/26/78 p.68
    Seek NCA status for elementary schools  11/2/78 p.20
    Policeman's uniform a symbol of help  11/9/78 p.19
    Annual financial statement  11/23/78 p.124
    District 220's SEDOL plan to curriculum committee  11/23/78
        p.7
    Fourth teacher slated for Lines 3rd grade  11/23/78 p.14
    Roast was surprise and toast of his life  11/23/78 p.18
    Honor Society students share brainpower  12/7/78 p.15
    Cafeteria service reports $5,000 District 220 deficit 
        12/21/78 p.26
    Dear Santa: For Christmas, I wish the world…  12/21/78 p.25
    District 220 decides to keep special education system 
        12/21/78 p.15
    District 220 students face summer school tuition hike 
        12/21/78 p.19
    Filing date near for candidates  12/21/78 p.20
    Cook County refuses increase in District 220 tax levy for
        1978  12/28/78 p.5
    School unit seats to be contested  12/28/78 p.18
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE ASSOCIATION                          
    Homeowners join legal battle against theater  11/16/78 p.6
    "We're not worried," theater lawyer says  11/23/78 p.5
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT             
    Fire identification plan to get additional study  1/19/78
        p.6
    Grid system catches eye of area towns  7/20/78 p.12
    Fire district is lacking funds for grid system  8/31/78 p.19
    Grid system gains formal Barrington Hills nod  11/2/78 p.10
    Fire board supports, but won't fund grid system  11/9/78 p.6
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT                        
    Budget  1/26/78 p.93
    Treasurer's report  2/9/78 p.100
 
BARRINGTON CYCLE WERKS                                      
    Cyclists setting wheels in motion for charity  10/5/78 p.33
 
BARRINGTON EAST COUNTRYSIDE ASSOCIATION                     
    East countryside police plan blocked by township  4/27/78
        p.7
    Palatine Township police patrol vote Saturday  5/4/78 p.6
 
BARRINGTON EDUCATION ASSOCIATION                            
    District 220 retains negotiator for upcoming talks with BEA
        1/19/78 p.14
    Negotiations: rough road ahead in District 220?  2/2/78 p.5
    In-house staffing of new pool riles teachers  4/27/78 p.5
    Teacher negotiations moving slowly, official says  8/17/78
        p.11
    Teachers, board panel still apart on contract  8/24/78 p.5
    District 220 teachers in tentative agreement on 2-year
        contract  8/31/78 p.6
 
BARRINGTON FAMILY PHYSICIANS                                
    Barrington Family Physicians; Bruce Bell and Kathleen
        Hodgeman, owners  7/13/78 p.78
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES                                          
    Walstrom is named the Fillies' most outstanding athlete for
        1977-78  6/15/78 p.113
 
BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT                                  
    Lake Zurich paramedic chief is fired in a 5-1 vote  5/4/78
        p.12
    Firemen want a hand in hiring paramedics  7/6/78 p.6
    Fire department may split to ease manpower crisis  7/13/78
        p.7
    Fire department split should come in September  8/17/78 p.13
    Martens resting after surgery  8/17/78 p.18
    Fire department split  9/7/78 p.13
    No fires for paramedics firemen urge  9/14/78 p.9
    Fire team reacts to save people  10/26/78 p.74
    Firemen fight fire with early learning  11/23/78 p.15
 
BARRINGTON HEART FUND                                       
    Heart Fund chairman cited  2/2/78 p.28
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Local high school students included in "Who's Who"  1/12/78
        p.30
    Rape attempt a hoax: police  1/19/78 p.12
    Security guard doesn't need a gun: students  1/19/78 p.7
    BHS actors go serious with Chekhov's "Ivanov"  2/9/78 p.10
    BHS students tour Kemper  2/9/78 p.19
    Rithum Machine en route to national music convention 
        2/9/78 p.10
    Barrington High lists honor roll students  2/23/78 p.41
    Collage and Rithum Machine to perform March 2 at BHS 
        2/23/78 p.14
    Second Career Fair planned today at BHS  2/23/78 p.7
    BYS stresses career education  3/9/78 p.86
    Youth arrested after fracas at high school  3/9/78 p.15
    From rain-soaked turf a new pool will arise  3/30/78 p.10
    Eight students are selected merit finalists  4/6/78 p.15
    Teen officials prepare for takeover May 2,3  4/6/78 p.38
    Barrington student goes to Washington  4/13/78 p.36
    Democracy now more than a word to her  4/20/78 p.37
    Rehearsals underway at BHS  4/20/78 p.22
    Unilateral not part of MacKimm vocabulary  4/20/78 p.18
    Students getting ready to tackle the issues  4/27/78 p.16
    Barrington High School honors top scholars  5/4/78 p.36
    BHS coed wins merit scholarship  5/4/78 p.13
    Choir earns superior rating  5/4/78 p.22
    Children's play on the boards  5/11/78 p.28
    Local delegates attend congress  5/11/78 p.41
    Photographers win awards  5/11/78 p.30
    Security guard still a hot issue with many high school
        students  5/11/78 p.5
    Soviet Union beckons Barrington High senior  5/11/78 p.19
    Students like DiMucci plan at lesser density  5/11/78 p.10
    Village should enforce obscenity law or abandon it: trustee
        5/11/78 p.10
    BHS students' thumbs will be turning green  5/18/78 p.16
    School board sidesteps issue of armed guard  5/18/78 p.7
    Roller coaster ride proves a real test  5/25/78 p.21
    BHS coed gears for return trip to Germany  6/1/78 p.20
    Netters at their best; earn top-10 state ranking  6/1/78
        p.100
    They'll spend summer in England, Japan, Peru  6/8/78 p.18
    Barrington grad skates on tour  6/15/78 p.42
    Barrington High to graduate 703 Saturday  6/15/78 p.26
    It's mortar boards times four for local family  6/15/78 p.25
    Whatever happened to the Class of '28?  6/15/78 p.10
    Attention wanders [graduation ceremony]  6/22/78 p.27
    BHS tennis players are seriously hurt in crash  6/22/78 p.5
    Chlebek is new Barrington High School track coach  7/6/78
        p.95
    Barrington High names spring honor students  7/13/78 p.31
    Barrington High School cheerleaders are number 1  7/13/78
        p.15
    Sheriff may resolve issue of armed guard  7/20/78 p.6
    Swim pool director, manager to come from outside: Zoeller 
        7/20/78 p.15
    Zoeller to close high school campus this fall  7/20/78 p.5
    Closed campus spells problems: students  7/27/78 p.5
    Petition urging closed campus gains support  7/27/78 p.5
    BHS security guard must be armed: sheriff  8/3/78 p.5
    Closed campus for freshmen only, students ask  8/3/78 p.5
    Longer class period a better idea: students  8/10/78 p.6
    Pool construction 3 months behind schedule  8/10/78 p.11
    Board bites the bullet, approves armed guard  8/24/78 p.5
    District 220 puts final nail in BHS campus lid  8/24/78 p.6
    BHS police counselor to be studied Sept. 19  8/31/78 p.5
    Board bans car use during the school day  8/31/78 p.12
    School board decision on cars not the answer, students say 
        8/31/78 p.12
    Title IX: School playgrounds latest battlefield in war
        between sexes  8/31/78 p.21
    From Castro's Cuba to making a clean sweep of school
        hallways  9/7/78 p.21
    High school pom pon squad comes home a winner... again 
        9/7/78 p.19
    Staff members added to operate BHS pool  9/7/78 p.5
    Tennis players bounce back from auto crash  9/7/78 p.7
    "Caged" students mock closed campus policy  9/14/78 p.14
    Booster Board names members  9/14/78 p.24
    Steiner is national titlist  9/14/78 p.116
    Students boycott hot lunch program at Barrington High
        School  9/21/78 p.7
    Panel will work with Servomation officials  9/28/78 p.18
    Cement shortage stalls progress on new swimming pool at
        Barrington High School  10/5/78 p.14
    Six girls vie for BHS homecoming queen  10/5/78 p.7
    Student food panel to meet with Servomation next week 
        10/5/78 p.11
    Traditional bon fire to launch homecoming  10/5/78 p.7
    "Yucky" becomes thing of beauty thanks to BHS German Club 
        10/12/78 p.37
    New work-study class now offered at BHS  10/19/78 p.33
    Villages vow to curb school-area speeding  10/26/78 p.14
    Ex-professor Crane returns to classroom  11/2/78 p.19
    Camelot returns to high school for another shining moment 
        11/16/78 p.18
    Trainers now medics on sports battlefield  11/16/78 p.21
    Barrington High School will have part-time athletic trainer
        11/23/78 p.7
    McConville is Coach of the Year  11/23/78 p.121
    Honor Society students share brainpower  12/7/78 p.15
    Student enthusiasm puts blood drive over  12/7/78 p.19
    Clean up gyms, lockers group suggests to school  12/21/78
        p.19
    High school pool completion date pushed back again to March
        1  12/21/78 p.18
    Some BHS seniors peeved that high school pool is dry as a
        bone  12/28/78 p.5
 
BARRINGTON HILLS COUNTRY CLUB                               
    Hope hidden from the press  9/14/78 p.19
 
BARRINGTON HILLS PLAN COMMISSION                            
    Planners approve moratorium; subdivision halt goes to
        trustees  12/7/78 p.22
 
BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                                      
    Barrington Hills taking on more professional air  1/5/78 p.6
    Sky-high view  1/5/78 p.5
    Barrington Hills police double '76 fine share  1/12/78 p.16
    Land use suggestions next step  1/12/78 p.23
    Panel airs criticisms, then okays plan goals  1/12/78 p.11
    Barrington Hills okays traffic safety grant  2/2/78 p.14
    Barrington Hills police get 5% salary increase  2/2/78 p.21
    Hills land use plan takes unit approach  2/16/78 p.12
    CPR training added weapon for Hills police  3/2/78 p.24
    Meyer quits as Hills police chief  3/9/78 p.5
    Retaining farm tracts concern of residents  3/9/78 p.14
    Dumping more water into creek concerns Barrington Hills
        residents  3/16/78 p.20
    Barrington Hills to swallow a little 5-acre zoning? 
        3/30/78 p.18
    Western Avenue work should start June 1  4/6/78
    Barrington Hills $18,000 filing fee shocks DiMucci  4/13/78
        p.11
    Flint Creek discharge meeting this Sunday  4/20/78 p.14
    Hills fires building inspector  4/27/78 p.126
    Police department study delayed in Barrington Hills 
        4/27/78 p.14
    Jewelry taken in $300,000 Barrington Hills burglary  5/4/78
        p.5
    Creek discharge issue to get thorough study  5/11/78 p.42
    Hills police seek suspect in rape case  5/18/78 p.13
    If a stranger asks directions, call Hills police  5/18/78
        p.15
    Accidents down 29% in Barrington Hills  5/25/78 p.50
    Barrington, Barrington Hills oppose theater complex 
        5/25/78 p.14
    Dundee parks make bid to annex Hills site  5/25/78 p.50
    Hills vows to protect water in Flint Creek  5/25/78 p.18
    Northwestern to take close look at Hills police operation 
        5/25/78 p.18
    Hills master plan ready for public view  6/1/78 p.108
    Traffic tactical unit may be on street soon  6/1/78 p.19
    Flint Creek discharge pact nearing approval  6/8/78 p.16
    Money no object in fight against theater  6/8/78 p.5
    Romano out, but who's in at Buehler estate in Barrington
        Hills?  6/22/78 p.14
    "Minor revisions" stall Hills' master plan okay  6/29/78
        p.19
    Barrington on hook in creek discharge pact  6/29/78 p.15
    Blanchard resigns as Hills clerk; Schuld named police
        "commander"  6/29/78 p.15
    Developers liable for road damage  6/29/78 p.24
    Ridge Road residents yearn for gravel  6/29/78 p.24
    Hills commission recommends adoption of new master plan 
        7/13/78 p.18
    Sergel will go to trial on September 11  7/13/78 p.13
    Grid system catches eye of area towns  7/20/78 p.12
    Barrington Hills grid system is under study  7/27/78 p.16
    County blunder means revenue loss for Hills  7/27/78 p.12
    Route 59 now boundary between South Barrington, Barrington
        Hills  7/27/78 p.19
    Family returning from picnic injured in two-car accident 
        8/3/78 p.16
    Hills roads safer, thanks to traffic safety unit  8/3/78
        p.46
    Barrington Hills scolds builders  8/10/78 p.29
    Hills police study ready in 2 weeks  8/17/78 p.110
    Youth is killed, 16 others injured in 2 accidents  8/17/78
        p.15
    Barrington Hills board adopts $135,000 tax levy  8/31/78
        p.13
    Barrington Hills board adopts new master plan  8/31/78 p.102
    Lieutenant is appointed Barrington Hills police chief 
        8/31/78 p.6
    Treasurer's statement  8/31/78 p.97
    Villages in concert on lawsuit against theater  8/31/78 p.5
    Correction to story of 8/31/78  9/7/78 p.18
    Fence firm must request variance  9/7/78 p.13
    Sergel trial is postponed  9/7/78 p.11
    Fight against theater will continue in court  9/14/78 p.6
    Four-car crash on Route 62 injures four  9/21/78 p.15
    Freak mishap kills baby girl  9/21/78 p.13
    Play Reading Group: An unfinished drama  9/21/78 p.21
    Theater construction halt will be requested  9/21/78 p.7
    Barrington Hills board favors ban on booze sales to teens 
        9/28/78 p.6
    Barrington Hills may impose moratorium on building  9/28/78
        p.12
    Theater foes take case to court; ask judge to halt
        construction  9/28/78 p.100
    Barrington Hills police get 5% salary boost  10/5/78 p.29
    Hills sales tax mystery has yet to be solved  10/5/78 p.31
    Motion to dismiss towns' suit to be heard October 18 in
        Chicago  10/5/78 p.7
    Theater attorney asks dismissal of lawsuits  10/12/78 p.15
    Theater suit dismissal will be heard Friday  10/19/78 p.5
    Hills trustees mull moratorium on subdivisions  10/26/78 p.5
    Traffic safety unit helping make highway less a killer 
        10/26/78 p.12
    Villages plan appeal to reverse theater ruling  10/26/78 p.7
    Villages vow to curb school-area speeding  10/26/78 p.14
    Correction to story of 10/26/78  11/2/78 p.7
    Grid system gains formal Barrington Hills nod  11/2/78 p.10
    Hills board delays vote on subdivision moratorium  11/2/78
        p.11
    Police officer tenure now in chief's hands  11/2/78 p.5
    Police search for assailant in County Line Road rape 
        11/2/78 p.7
    Polyporus frondosus: a mushroom mouthful  11/2/78 p.10
    Hills board acts to save its "five-acre heritage"  11/9/78
        p.5
    Land swap ends dispute over easement  11/9/78 p.9
    Number one employee keeps peace number one  11/9/78 p.25
    Hills subdivision halt won't affect Woodview project 
        11/23/78 p.12
    Judge overturns Hills, permits shopping center  11/23/78
        p.12
    Planners approve moratorium; subdivision halt goes to
        trustees  12/7/78 p.22
    Hills set to appeal development ruling over Route 25 center
        plan  12/21/78 p.14
    Lower fatality, accident rates prompt Hills grant renewal
        vote  12/21/78 p.16
    MacArthur sways peers to review soils proposal  12/21/78 p.5
    Hills proposal attempts to save trees, marshes  12/28/78
        p.10
    Three incumbents uncertain whether to enter Hills race 
        12/28/78 p.16
 
BARRINGTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY                               
    Old Barrington focus of new-look museum  3/23/78 p.15
    Happy Birthday [10th anniversary of Barrington Historical
        Society]  8/10/78 p.10
    Clock is turned back at history museum  10/26/78 p.72
    Landmark still hoped for Catlow, Octagon  12/28/78 p.19
 
BARRINGTON ICE ARENA                                        
    The Ice Man cometh to Barrington Arena  8/24/78 p.105
 
BARRINGTON JAYCEES                                          
    Barrington Jaycees ride fence on question of female members
        6/29/78 p.19
 
BARRINGTON LIONS CLUB                                       
    Barrington Lions elect officers for '78-'79 service season 
        6/29/78 p.28
 
BARRINGTON LIQUORS, LTD.                                    
    Barrington Liquors, Ltd.; Gary Morton, owner  1/26/78 p.72
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL                                    
    Middle School NJHS inducts 28 new members  2/2/78 p.13
    Middle School students hit the ski slopes  2/9/78 p.19
    Top scholars from Middle School cited  3/23/78 p.26
    Honors candidates  5/11/78 p.38
    Middle School honor roll students  5/11/78 p.66
    Middle school loses "the best" - Bob O'Grady  10/12/78 p.6
    Middle school soon may house all District 220 junior high
        students  10/19/78 p.16
    Fund established in memory of late teacher, Bob O'Grady 
        10/26/78 p.19
    Local youths take second in contest  11/9/78 p.30
    Middle school faculty dedicates blood to O'Grady  11/16/78
        p.13
    O'Grady fund keeps growing  11/23/78 p.13
    O'Grady memory boosts blood drive close to goal  11/23/78
        p.14
 
BARRINGTON MOTEL                                            
    Motel sign variation is rejected  3/2/78 p.13
 
BARRINGTON NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY                          
    Park board says preserve plan is premature  10/26/78 p.13
 
BARRINGTON OAKMEADOWS (SUBDIVISION)                         
    Like a good neighbor, North Barrington is there  3/23/78
        p.18
 
BARRINGTON PARK CAMPMEETING ASSOCIATION                     
    Campground trial to start May 8  3/16/78 p.5
    Campground trial may, may not start Monday  5/4/78 p.6
    Village gets campground for $428,000  5/11/78 p.5
 
BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                                    
    Park district scored a record-breaking year  1/5/78 p.14
    Platform tennis courts may be in by spring  1/5/78 p.12
    Park gets 4 bids for platform tennis courts  1/12/78 p.12
    Backporch "swing" an attraction for the young  1/19/78 p.10
    Park district soccer clinic Monday at the high school 
        1/19/78 p.7
    Platform tennis courts to be completed May 1  1/19/78 p.14
    Barrington youngsters display artistic talents at park
        district  2/16/78 p.38
    Parks seek slice of pie from builder donations  2/16/78 p.7
    Summer has fun in store for handicapped youngsters  2/16/78
        p.16
    Save Columbus Lake effort gets underway  3/23/78 p.10
    Hee-Haw checks out; a park district legend  4/20/78 p.7
    Columbus Lake gets new breath of life  4/27/78 p.22
    Hee-Haw gets final sendoff on WLS radio  5/4/78 p.6
    Treasurer's annual report  5/25/78 p.98
    Dixieland jazz concert to kick off park series  6/8/78 p.15
    Developer donation ordinance to be studied by park district
        6/22/78 p.14
    Paulson offers to abstain, not bid, but park attorney sees
        conflict  6/22/78 p.12
    Tragedy sparks park interest in boating law  6/22/78 p.11
    Milk bath is fine for some, but not park district swimmers 
        7/13/78 p.16
    Moving cost keeps Columbus in Fairhaven  7/13/78 p.15
    State law aids new member of park board  7/13/78 p.20
    They put best paws forward at park show  7/13/78 p.10
    Barrington Park District has 19 new programs for this fall 
        7/20/78 p.17
    Park master plan moving at snail's pace  7/20/78 p.22
    Wheaties summer games contest July 31, August 14 at park
        district  7/20/78 p.12
    Tardy Lake County creates money woes for park district 
        8/17/78 p.12
    Barrington park officials slate Sept. 19 hearing on master
        plan  8/24/78 p.17
    Park district supports developer donation law  9/14/78 p.12
    Park district moving to get Lions Drive back  10/12/78 p.9
    South Park preserve to be considered tonight  10/19/78 p.5
    Park board says preserve plan is premature  10/26/78 p.13
    Pool, golf, programs keep parks growing  10/26/78 p.64
    Busy Brannon puts on finishing touches  11/16/78 p.15
    Late Lake tax bills force parks to issue anticipation
        warrants  11/16/78 p.5
 
BARRINGTON PLAN COMMISSION                                  
    Bids to be sought from transportation planners  1/19/78 p.15
    "Helpful" PUD changes earn commission okay  2/2/78 p.22
    Nibbles, but no bites on traffic study offer  2/16/78 p.5
    Jury is still out on transportation planner  3/16/78 p.16
    Village may set aside $30,000 for transportation study 
        3/16/78 p.16
    Northwest Highway office building earns plan commission
        approval  8/24/78 p.14
    Project near Fox Point rejected by commission  8/24/78 p.19
 
BARRINGTON PLAY READING GROUP                               
    Play Reading Group: An unfinished drama  9/21/78 p.21
 
BARRINGTON PONIES (BASKETBALL CLUB)                         
    Smith steps down as Ponies' coach  3/9/78 p.107
 
BARRINGTON ROTARY CLUB                                      
    Rotary Club raises $6,000  6/22/78 p.13
    Lipofsky leads Rotary Club  8/10/78 p.13
 
BARRINGTON SADDLERY, INC.                                   
    Barrington Saddlery, Inc.; Bruce Duchossois, Marilyn B.
        Heaton, and Frances Bowers, owners  8/24/78 p.83
 
BARRINGTON SERVICE LEAGUE                                   
    Chicago Maternity Center auxiliary now Barrington Service
        League  4/27/78 p.72
 
BARRINGTON SQUARE MALL                                      
    K-mart to open soon locally  3/23/78 p.73
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP REPUBLICAN ORGANIZATION                 
    Barrington Township solid behind Graham  3/2/78 p.14
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                   
    Revenue sharing pie is smaller in township  2/9/78 p.13
    Most agencies to receive funds  2/16/78 p.17
    Township updates voting records  2/23/78 p.52
    Township budget hearing set for Tuesday  3/23/78 p.13
    Barrington Township has one iron in the fire  4/13/78 p.5
    Old library building to have a new shingle  5/25/78 p.7
    Auction at old library nets $4,000  6/8/78 p.13
    BACOG "priced out" of space at library  6/15/78 p.5
    Summer brings tax hike to Barrington Township  7/6/78 p.5
    Township moves to new home in old library building  7/27/78
        p.16
    Sticker program aims to aid handicapped  10/19/78 p.39
 
BARRINGTON TRAIN DEPOT                                      
    Village to proceed with commuter lot project  1/26/78 p.6
    RTA funds bus service to train station  2/16/78 p.13
    Commuter lot green board's favorite color  2/23/78 p.16
    RTA may consider train depot at Route 14 and Kelsey Road 
        2/23/78 p.5
    Village awards parking lot pacts; old depot will be moved
        May 1  3/30/78 p.5
    New shopping parking should be free: chamber  4/13/78 p.14
    Depot site work to start today  6/8/78 p.5
    Depot movers are ready to go  7/13/78 p.5
    Depot move scheduled Friday  7/20/78 p.6
    Memories of a bygone era move down the track...but linger 
        7/27/78 p.22
    Old depot is still a fighter; K-O's power in 1,200 homes 
        7/27/78 p.19
    Commuters can help police railroad depot, official says 
        10/12/78 p.15
    Fare boxes will replace meters in village commuter lots 
        10/26/78 p.14
    Fare box system makes bow Monday  11/2/78 p.6
    Entrance to train station an obstacle for kiss 'n riders 
        12/7/78 p.11
 
BARRINGTON VILLAGE HALL                                     
    First village hall faces wrecking ball  6/29/78 p.6
    A landmark lost  8/10/78 p.7
 
BARRINGTON WOMAN'S CLUB                                     
    Woman's club to launch art fair  6/8/78 p.62
    New president for woman's club  6/15/78 p.62
    Art fair to be a birthday party, too  7/6/78 p.58
    Cookbook proceeds yield early pledge payoff  7/13/78 p.53
    Pay first $1,000 of $5,000 pledge  10/12/78 p.64
 
BARRINGTON WRITERS' GROUP                                   
    First writers' group workshop to feature children's author 
        6/15/78 p.14
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICES                                   
    BYS board still undecided about accepting $300,000 grant 
        1/5/78 p.18
    Work grant gives teens second shot at career  1/26/78 p.5
    Project director hired for youth grant work  3/9/78 p.16
    Jobs for dropouts now are available at BYS  3/23/78 p.10
    Kids defeat cops, but who's keeping score?  3/23/78 p.11
    BYS offers housing service  5/11/78 p.32
    Public support a key factor in BYS growth  5/18/78 p.11
    Dropouts dropping in to mold their future  6/29/78 p.126
    Emergency shelter helps kids find new dawn  6/29/78 p.25
    Home, family offer safe haven  6/29/78 p.25
    Youth grant extension is likely, official says  9/21/78 p.19
    Coordinator of drop-in center, secretary join staff at
        Barrington Youth Services  10/5/78 p.28
    Youth work grant for area agencies will not be extended 
        10/12/78 p.22
    Barrington Youth Services program meets area need  10/26/78
        p.65
    Teen-parent communications to bridge generation gap 
        11/23/78 p.15
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.                                            
    Transportation issue up for discussion Wednesday  1/5/78 p.5
    Improving traffic tops wish list of residents  1/12/78 p.6
    Main Street takeover is pushed by Perille  1/12/78 p.10
    Vehicle stickers costly for tardy  1/12/78 p.6
    Safety first; then bikeways plan  1/19/78 p.15
    Traffic problems get high priority in budget  1/19/78 p.6
    Weather, stairs don't keep him from transportation hearing 
        1/19/78 p.16
    Burger King lawsuit months from trial date  1/26/78 p.18
    Village salt supply cut short  1/26/78 p.12
    Village to proceed with commuter lot project  1/26/78 p.6
    Residents should vote on major issues: Perille  2/2/78 p.17
    Move to block Loop defeated by Pierson  2/16/78 p.6
    RTA funds bus service to train station  2/16/78 p.13
    Village, Chippendale reach accord  2/16/78 p.13
    Campground trial date will be set Wednesday  3/2/78 p.5
    Bridge work to begin Monday  3/9/78 p.6
    Campground trial to start May 8  3/16/78 p.5
    Pierson will appoint trustees to serve on housing panel 
        3/16/78 p.14
    Short cut to the park eliminated by village  3/16/78 p.7
    Tactical unit to keep close eye on speeders  3/16/78 p.14
    Village may set aside $30,000 for transportation study 
        3/16/78 p.16
    Water, sewer rate hike to get summer study  3/16/78 p.5
    Annual report  3/23/78 p.94
    Like a good neighbor, North Barrington is there  3/23/78
        p.18
    Barrington Hills to swallow a little 5-acre zoning? 
        3/30/78 p.18
    Chicago firm winner in traffic "election"  3/30/78 p.16
    Consultant may study efficiency of village  3/30/78 p.11
    Pierson names housing panel  3/30/78 p.13
    Village awards parking lot pacts; old depot will be moved
        May 1  3/30/78 p.5
    Village threatens to shut off clinic water  3/30/78 p.12
    C&NW will throttle its grumbling diesels  4/6/78 p.18
    Teen officials prepare for takeover May 2,3  4/6/78 p.38
    Western Avenue work should start June 1  4/6/78
    Barrington joins communities supporting Route 53 extension 
        4/13/78 p.18
    Flooding? It's the other guy's problem  4/13/78 p.9
    Hough, Hillside lights are due this summer  4/13/78 p.10
    Patrolman rips pay increase, poor equipment  4/20/78 p.5
    Correction to story of 4/20/78  4/27/78 p.13
    Developer donation law looms on horizon  4/27/78 p.12
    Some police are skeptical about future  4/27/78 p.21
    Students getting ready to tackle the issues  4/27/78 p.16
    Village files opposition to condo complex  4/27/78 p.13
    Village panel agrees to study salary gripes  4/27/78 p.5
    Bicycle patrol funding to be sought by Nelson  5/4/78 p.5
    Campground trial may, may not start Monday  5/4/78 p.6
    Salary recommendation is due Monday night  5/4/78 p.5
    Three villages oppose 624-unit condo complex  5/4/78 p.10
    Parking ticket fine increases earn approval  5/11/78 p.13
    Plight of the handicapped will be theirs Saturday  5/11/78
        p.12
    Step pay plan created for village employees  5/11/78 p.14
    Students like DiMucci plan at lesser density  5/11/78 p.10
    Traffic safety panel to study bicycle patrol  5/11/78 p.7
    Village gets campground for $428,000  5/11/78 p.5
    Village should enforce obscenity law or abandon it: trustee
        5/11/78 p.10
    Safety panel endorses idea of bicycle patrol  5/18/78 p.12
    The handicapped find few firms accessible  5/18/78 p.24
    Village to get more funds for purchase of campground 
        5/18/78 p.5
    Barrington, Barrington Hills oppose theater complex 
        5/25/78 p.14
    Fine for dogs running loose to be increased  5/25/78 p.13
    Fire safety, aid for handicapped are provided in new BOCA
        code  5/25/78 p.16
    Nelson may push for home rule referendum  5/25/78 p.5
    Plant work may cost village extra $600,000  5/25/78 p.14
    Replacement of neighborhood sidewalks will begin soon 
        5/25/78 p.12
    Traffic tactical unit may be on street soon  6/1/78 p.19
    Village trustees have dusty tiger by the tail  6/1/78 p.12
    Flint Creek discharge pact nearing approval  6/8/78 p.16
    Has the time arrived for a fifth paramedic?  6/8/78 p.5
    "Crafty lawyer" takes on a new opponent  6/15/78 p.16
    BACOG "priced out" of space at library  6/15/78 p.5
    Lake Street parking ban rescinded  6/15/78 p.13
    Nuisance law earns village board approval  6/15/78 p.7
    Parking lot surfacing to be studied  6/15/78 p.20
    Cook Street improvement is underway  6/22/78 p.13
    Paper work, weather stall Western Avenue  6/22/78 p.7
    Plan for handicapped parking to be revealed  6/22/78 p.6
    RTA feeder bus routes are set here  6/22/78 p.5
    24-hour paramedic protection close at hand  6/29/78 p.5
    Barrington on hook in creek discharge pact  6/29/78 p.15
    Bike patrol doesn't get chance to hit the street  6/29/78
        p.9
    California is as near as his Ham radio set  6/29/78 p.10
    Cochrane a part-time fill-in for Barrington paramedic squad
        6/29/78 p.23
    Court closing hassle for police, residents  6/29/78 p.123
    Days of the $1 parking fine will come to an end Sunday 
        6/29/78 p.20
    First village hall faces wrecking ball  6/29/78 p.6
    GOP drops fireworks, cites cost  6/29/78 p.6
    Transportation study approved in 4-3 vote  6/29/78 p.18
    Village sidesteps suit, approves Burger King  6/29/78 p.12
    Young couple restores old home to 1890s charm  6/29/78 p.45
    French university students will arrive Monday  7/6/78 p.50
    Golden arches may be sign of the past  7/6/78 p.18
    Village can look forward to plenty of water this summer 
        7/6/78 p.94
    Hillside, campground beautification delayed  7/13/78 p.11
    Many factors involved in township tax hike  7/13/78 p.14
    Parking for disabled referred to committee  7/13/78 p.11
    Police chief resigns; gets cleaning franchise  7/13/78 p.5
    Businesses join taxpayers revolt  7/20/78 p.13
    Here's a break for taxpayers  7/20/78 p.18
    Keeping "Up with People" a hectic on-stage life  7/20/78
        p.10
    New chief due here in 2 months  7/20/78 p.5
    McDonald's and village to square off in court?  7/27/78 p.12
    Two parking spots set aside for handicapped  7/27/78 p.14
    Two sides to the story of "incompetent" cops  7/27/78 p.20
    Aesthetics check or sledge hammer?  8/3/78 p.5
    Help on the way [meter-free parking spaces]  8/3/78 p.7
    McDonald's will request variance for arches  8/3/78 p.11
    Move over mosquitoes, here comes black fly  8/3/78 p.6
    Suit a major factor in drug paraphernalia law  8/3/78 p.13
    A landmark lost  8/10/78 p.7
    Bell curve pay proposal accepted  8/10/78 p.9
    Bryan Properties sues village; was denied setback variance 
        8/10/78 p.6
    Equine celebrities from Barrington  8/10/78 p.54
    Mobile intensive care program gains, loses one paramedic 
        8/10/78 p.5
    $14,000 landscape plan?  Village board says "no"  8/17/78
        p.12
    Overweight trucks are banned from 24 streets  8/17/78 p.16
    Village gets $1.6 million grant for plant work  8/17/78
        p.105
    Village may employ first woman police officer  8/17/78 p.5
    Acceptance first goal of female patrolman  8/24/78 p.14
    Barrington shoppers great break -- at least the first time
        around  8/24/78 p.18
    Here's a water bill that almost drowns residents  8/24/78
        p.17
    Maiben challenges conference cost survey  8/24/78 p.15
    Catlow blames police for delay in planning for bicycle
        patrol  8/31/78 p.11
    Ela Road bypass plan is opposed by village  8/31/78 p.11
    Treasurer's report  8/31/78 p.100
    Village tells Rowland to clean up his act  8/31/78 p.14
    Area RTA bus routes will begin in October  9/7/78 p.5
    Chef is no greenhorn at the new Greenery  9/7/78 p.68
    Construction materials due next week  9/7/78 p.35
    Naming of police chief delayed until November  9/7/78 p.11
    Plan commission gets sign law amendments  9/7/78 p.36
    Village board approves tax levy increase  9/7/78 p.5
    Zoning board rejects McDonald's variation  9/7/78 p.14
    Chamber hurls "blackmail" charge at village  9/14/78 p.5
    Fate of industrial park to be decided September 29  9/14/78
        p.79
    Leaving trash on curb early will result in fine for
        resident  9/14/78 p.14
    Office building "go," residential project is not  9/14/78 
        p.15
    Ozone monitoring unit needed in area: official  9/14/78 p.42
    Teen drinking major problem here: officials  9/14/78 p.11
    Village board rejects two plant bid protests  9/14/78  p.18
    Village may prohibit booze sales to teens  9/14/78 p.11
    Flooding complaints drown village board  9/21/78 p.12
    More baseball fields are needed: residents  9/21/78 p.11
    Parking lot ordinance to get additional study  9/21/78 p.14
    Existing dusty parking lots saved from asphalt... for now 
        9/28/78 p.15
    Golden arches must be down in 120 days  9/28/78 p.14
    Housing for senior citizens under study  10/5/78 p.13
    Insulation shortage, more snow, gas price increase on
        horizon  10/5/78 p.22
    Low-interest mortgage plan not appealing  10/5/78 p.18
    Sailboats may return to Columbus Lake soon  10/5/78 p.28
    Barrington accounting firm expands in merger  10/12/78 p.85
    Commuters can help police railroad depot, official says 
        10/12/78 p.15
    Education survey planned in area  10/12/78 p.45
    Halloween curfew asked  10/12/78 p.13
    Ozone monitoring unit here will have to wait until 1979 
        10/12/78 p.22
    Residents will have option in driveway repair program 
        10/12/78 p.14
    Trash placed early at curbside will mean expense for
        residents  10/12/78 p.12
    Union representation isn't board's cup of tea  10/12/78 p.14
    Office complex gears for opening next year  10/19/78 p.7
    Officer Friendly  10/19/78 p.12
    Search for new police chief is narrowed to 15 candidates 
        10/19/78 p.5
    Barrington police grow to keep pace with area  10/26/78 p.63
    Correction to story of 10/19/78  10/26/78 p.9
    EPA says village must rebid plant construction  10/26/78 p.6
    Fare boxes will replace meters in village commuter lots 
        10/26/78 p.14
    Fire team reacts to save people  10/26/78 p.74
    Medical facilities keep area in good health  10/26/78 p.77
    Research leads the way in industrial growth  10/26/78 p.78
    Residents participate in governing themselves  10/26/78 p.62
    Villages vow to curb school-area speeding  10/26/78 p.14
    Meters, fare boxes target for vandals  11/2/78 p.7
    Texaco star, village may cross over sign setback  11/16/78
        p.9
    Memories, bullet holes linger from Baby Face  11/23/78 p.31
    Two chiefs for village?  12/7/78 p.7
    Village may go it alone on transportation study  12/7/78
        p.14
    Barrington's proposed inner loop killed by municipal
        conference  12/21/78 p.22
    Downtown business area needs room  12/21/78 p.24
    Lipofsky, Perille will not seek re-election to Barrington
        board  12/21/78 p.7
    Affects of recession blunted in Barrington  12/28/78 p.5
    Construction crews clear way for two Gottlieb office
        buildings  12/28/78 p.24
    Central dispatch study to be completed soon  1/26/78 p.6
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS                                   
    Young author is an instant award winner  5/4/78 p.14
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY                                   
    Looking back [Barrington history]  2/9/78 p.14
    Old Barrington focus of new-look museum  3/23/78 p.15
    Present enjoys guided tour of Barrington's past  6/15/78
        p.21
    Whatever happened to the Class of '28?  6/15/78 p.10
    Happy Birthday [10th anniversary of Barrington Historical
        Society]  8/10/78 p.10
    Barrington has its roots in slower paced life  10/26/78 p.61
    Clock is turned back at history museum  10/26/78 p.72
    Remembering back…  10/26/78 p.61
    Landmark still hoped for Catlow, Octagon  12/28/78 p.19
 
BATAILLE ACADEMIE OF THE DANSE                              
    Young area dancers perform in "The Nutcracker Suite" 
        12/7/78 p.28
 
BATAILLE, AUDREIENNE                                        
    Honored at parties  11/2/78 p.73
 
BATAILLE, GERALD S.                                         
    Honored at parties  11/2/78 p.73
 
BATT, SARAH                                                 
    Democracy now more than a word to her  4/20/78 p.37
 
BAUMGARTEN, SANDY                                           
    Middle School students hit the ski slopes  2/9/78 p.19
 
BEERS, DOUGLAS                                              
    Beers pledges watchdog role  2/9/78 p.16
 
BEESE, CAROL                                                
    Area chamber looks at continued involvement  10/26/78 p.66
 
BELDEN, DAVID                                               
    Sixth grader struck by car  10/5/78 p.16
 
BELL, BRUCE                                                 
    Barrington Family Physicians; Bruce Bell and Kathleen
        Hodgeman, owners  7/13/78 p.78
 
BELL, JOHN                                                  
    Orchard "a challenge" for owner operators  9/28/78 p.22
 
BELL, LOUISE                                                
    Orchard "a challenge" for owner operators  9/28/78 p.22
 
BELLINGER, WILLIAM                                          
    Bellingers settle out of court in North Barrington sewer
        suit  2/9/78 p.14
 
BELL'S APPLE ORCHARDS                                       
    Biggest, reddest apples grow just out of reach  9/28/78 p.22
    Orchard "a challenge" for owner operators  9/28/78 p.22
 
BELLUCCI, JOHN                                              
    Pepper Road medical facility proposal to be heard Wednesday
        7/13/78 p.12
    Lake Barrington opposes medical facility zoning  7/20/78
        p.13
 
BELOW, MARCY                                                
    North Barrington woman seeks help for refugees  12/21/78
        p.111
 
BENESCH, WILLIAM R.                                         
    Barrington man named general manager at new Batavia
        facility  6/15/78 p.85
 
BENSON, LARRY                                               
    Officer Friendly  10/19/78 p.12
    Policeman's uniform a symbol of help  11/9/78 p.19
 
BESTLINE FENCE MANUFACTURING AND SUPPLY COMPANY             
    Fence firm must request variance  9/7/78 p.13
    Hills sales tax mystery has yet to be solved  10/5/78 p.31
 
BETTER GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION                               
    Mr. Fixit no Mirage for this BHS graduate  1/12/78 p.5
 
BIEK, ANNETTE                                               
    Area 4-H club presents award  12/28/78 p.28
 
BIOGRAPH (NIGHTCLUB)                                        
    Biograph's new owner hopes to diminish "red neck" image 
        5/18/78 p.14
    Bump leads to brawl, stabbing and death  5/18/78 p.14
    Plea is not guilty in Biograph brawl case  8/3/78 p.46
 
BIRKHOLZ, JOHN                                              
    Birkholz for president cry of classified staff  5/11/78 p.26
    Harper interim president cited  6/8/78 p.43
    Harper's Birkholz looks east  6/8/78 p.28
 
BLANCHARD, LUCY ANN                                         
    Blanchard resigns as Hills clerk; Schuld named police
        "commander"  6/29/78 p.15
 
BLANKE, JOHN                                                
    Barrington has its roots in slower paced life  10/26/78 p.61
 
BLAZO, JOHN                                                 
    Barrington High School English teacher helps Blazo with
        theatrical career  9/28/78 p.10
    Soap is just fine for this graduate of Barrington High
        School  9/28/78 p.10
 
BLONAR MEDICAL CLINIC                                       
    Village threatens to shut off clinic water  3/30/78 p.12
 
BOGEN, GILBERT                                              
    Dems pick psychiatrist to meet Crane in a fall  7/20/78
        p.102
 
BORAH, MAXINE                                               
    A rose is a rose is a rose... and more to Maxine  5/18/78
        p.53
 
BOTTOM, STEVE                                               
    This race car driver has plenty of Atlanta rhythm  8/24/78
        p.104
 
BOWERS, FRANCES                                             
    Barrington Saddlery, Inc.; Bruce Duchossois, Marilyn B.
        Heaton, and Frances Bowers, owners  8/24/78 p.83
 
BOY SCOUTS                                                  
    Teen earns Eagle Scout badge  2/2/78 p.27
    All in a day's work for scouts of Troop 21  4/6/78 p.14
    Scouts offer chances for worldwide travel  10/12/78 p.40
    Volunteers given awards by Scouts  12/7/78 p.30
 
BRAITHWAITE, J. WILLIAM                                     
    Missing legal bills -- are they really missing?  8/24/78
        p.20
 
BRANNON, CORA LEE                                           
    Busy Brannon puts on finishing touches  11/16/78 p.15
 
BRASS BOX                                                   
    Brass Box; Arline Crellin, owner  9/14/78 p.86
 
BRIDDLE, JOHN W.                                            
    County board member indicted  6/8/78 p.29
 
BRODY, LEONARD                                              
    Brody will run for Circuit Court  2/9/78 p.77
 
BROEKER HENDRICKSON AND COMPANY                             
    Barrington accounting firm expands in merger  10/12/78 p.85
 
BROWN, CHARLES                                              
    Brown named new chairman of BACOG  4/27/78 p.15
    New BACOG leader has big shoes to fill  7/13/78 p.38
    Deer Park now has a part-time assistant  10/19/78 p.18
 
BROWN, TOM                                                  
    Candidate for county sheriff takes firm stand against
        prostitution  1/12/78 p.34
    Brown wants homicide team  2/23/78 p.52
    GOP candidate thanks voters  4/6/78 p.36
 
BRYAN PROPERTIES                                            
    Bryan Properties sues village; was denied setback variance 
        8/10/78 p.6
 
BUEHLER YMCA                                                
    Added utilities may hike cost of "Y" growth  1/26/78  p.14
    YMCA plan trimmed due to high costs  3/23/78 p.34
    Buehler wins diving title  4/6/78 p.120
    Vacationing tadpoles find water fine  4/6/78 p.46
    Buehler YMCA expansion passes first test in Palatine 
        4/20/78 p.12
    Buehler "Y" lights 10 big birthday candles  5/4/78 p.25
 
BUEHLER, FERN D.                                            
    Romano out, but who's in at Buehler estate in Barrington
        Hills?  6/22/78 p.14
 
BUILDINGS                                                   
    Weather, stairs don't keep him from transportation hearing 
        1/19/78 p.16
    YMCA plan trimmed due to high costs  3/23/78 p.34
    Condominium project draws two opponents  4/6/78 p.5
    Barrington Township has one iron in the fire  4/13/78 p.5
    Hills fires building inspector  4/27/78 p.126
    Fire safety, aid for handicapped are provided in new BOCA
        code  5/25/78 p.16
    Church officials move toward site development  6/8/78 p.11
    Harper grads donate funds  6/8/78 p.41
    First village hall faces wrecking ball  6/29/78 p.6
    Deteriorating building a Harper headache  7/20/78 p.18
    A landmark lost  8/10/78 p.7
    Office building "go," residential project is not  9/14/78 
        p.15
    Harper College test to determine beam's safety  10/5/78 p.30
    Harper College to spend $20,000 on beam study  10/19/78 p.7
    Office complex gears for opening next year  10/19/78 p.7
    Correction to story of 10/19/78  10/26/78 p.9
    Lake Barrington clears builders in inspection  12/7/78 p.124
    Local builder wins Design '78 award  12/21/78 p.88
 
BURGER KING (RESTAURANT)                                    
    Burger King lawsuit months from trial date  1/26/78 p.18
    New Burger King plan will be heard June 7  5/25/78 p.12
 
BUSH, THEODORE A.                                           
    Presbyterian Church installs Rev. Bush as associate
        minister  4/6/78 p.125
 
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES                                        
    Miller's Country Carpet; Robert Miller, owner  1/12/78 p.74
    Barrington Liquors, Ltd.; Gary Morton, owner  1/26/78 p.72
    Sherry's Far East; Sherry Regan, owner  2/23/78 p.76
    Tae Food Mart; Wes Carlson, owner  2/23/78 p.76
    Oddfellow Chimney Sweeps; Guy Obermaier and Wayne Sabbak,
        owners  4/6/78 p.25
    Anthony's Carpets and Furnishings; Tony Vaos, owner  5/4/78
        p.84
    Phillips Men's Wear; Peter Yankala, owner  5/11/78 p.84
    Stained Glass of Barrington; Mark Lewis, owner  6/22/78 p.76
    Whitney Real Estate; Al Whitney, owner  6/29/78 p.92
    Barrington Family Physicians; Bruce Bell and Kathleen
        Hodgeman, owners  7/13/78 p.78
    Barrington Saddlery, Inc.; Bruce Duchossois, Marilyn B.
        Heaton, and Frances Bowers, owners  8/24/78 p.83
    Brass Box; Arline Crellin, owner  9/14/78 p.86
    Farmers Insurance Group; Ed Douglas and Vic Hebert, owners 
        9/21/78 p.102
    Record Album; Ronald Scherf and Lynn Scherf, owners 
        9/21/78 p. 102
    Technical Publishing Company; John K. Abely, owner  9/28/78
        p.81
    Country House; Sandy Tannert, Adrienne Clark, Cathie
        Metzler, Judy Kelly, and Carole Olson, owners  
        10/12/78 p.84
    Schmidt Wood Products; Charles Schmidt, owner  10/19/78 p.80
    The Greenery; William Moir, owner  11/2/78 p.104
    Applied Design Associates; Adelaide A. Thulin, owner 
        11/9/78 p.90
    Something Special; Ardith Gulbransen, owner  12/7/78 p.104
    Barrington Camera; Jim Hultgren, owner  12/21/78 p.85
 
BUSS, BOB                                                   
    Who would care to walk a mile in his shoes?  2/2/78 p.15
 
BUTLER, JOHN                                                
    Three incumbents uncertain whether to enter Hills race 
        12/28/78 p.16
 
BUZINSKI, DANIEL L.                                         
    Carpentersville man held in Hills rape  11/16/78 p.7
 
C.M. PRODUCTS, INC.                                         
    Hospital gets $75,000 from Lake Zurich company  8/10/78 p.15
 
CAMP SITES, FACILITIES, ETC.                                
    Campground trial date will be set Wednesday  3/2/78 p.5
    Campground trial to start May 8  3/16/78 p.5
    Short cut to the park eliminated by village  3/16/78 p.7
    Campground trial may, may not start Monday  5/4/78 p.6
    Village gets campground for $428,000  5/11/78 p.5
    Village to get more funds for purchase of campground 
        5/18/78 p.5
    Hillside, campground beautification delayed  7/13/78 p.11
    Park master plan moving at snail's pace  7/20/78 p.22
    A week at camp makes Roslyn students more nature-wise 
        10/19/78 p.26
 
CAMPUS INTERNATIONAL                                        
    Kids packing for trip to France  6/22/78 p.20
 
CAREER FAIR                                                 
    Career Fair to give look at 100 local firms  2/16/78 p.10
    Poster contest draws 600; winner digs archaeology  2/16/78
        p.10
    Correction to story of 2/16/78  2/23/78 p.7
    Second Career Fair planned today at BHS  2/23/78 p.7
 
CARLSON, WES                                                
    Tae Food Mart; Wes Carlson, owner  2/23/78 p.76
 
CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS                                 
    New high school principal named  6/8/78 p.34
 
CARPENTERSVILLE, ILL.                                       
    Dundee parks make bid to annex Hills site  5/25/78 p.50
 
CARRASCO, SHARON ANNE                                       
    Growth brings change in Courier newsroom  6/29/78 p.11
 
CARY, ILL.                                                  
    Businesses join taxpayers revolt  7/20/78 p.13
    Improvements to road a top priority: IDOT  8/10/78 p.17
 
CASSIN, BILL                                                
    Cassin party a double affair  12/7/78 p.74
 
CASSIN, RUTH                                                
    Cassin party a double affair  12/7/78 p.74
 
CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES                                    
    Catholic parishes collect for needy during Christmas 
        11/16/78 p.27
 
CATLOW THEATER                                              
    Theater, Hawley House may be landmarks  9/7/78 p.10
    Two buildings nominated, but landmark status still unknown 
        9/7/78 p.10
    Landmark still hoped for Catlow, Octagon  12/28/78 p.19
 
CATLOW, JOE                                                 
    Pierson names housing panel  3/30/78 p.13
    Two sides to the story of "incompetent" cops  7/27/78 p.20
 
CENSUS                                                      
    Education survey planned in area  10/12/78 p.45
 
CHAPEK, JOSEPH E.                                           
    All in a day's work for scouts of Troop 21  4/6/78 p.14
 
CHARLES KLEHM NURSERIES DEVELOPMENT COMPANY                 
    South Barrington planners consider 94-acre subdivision 
        3/16/78 p.11
 
CHASE, JOHN PAUL                                            
    Memories, bullet holes linger from Baby Face  11/23/78 p.31
 
CHESHIER, BILL                                              
    Husband offers reward for clues  4/20/78 p.58
    Husband's hatred grows in wake of arrest  5/11/78 p.24
 
CHESHIER, KAREN                                             
    Husband offers reward for clues  4/20/78 p.58
    Husband's hatred grows in wake of arrest  5/11/78 p.24
    Gnewuch will be arraigned  6/29/78 p.23
    Gnewuch pleads not guilty; judge sets trial for August 21 
        7/13/78 p.12
 
CHICAGO AND NORTH WESTERN TRANSPORTATION COMPANY            
    C&NW engines to get second series of tests  1/12/78 p.12
    C&NW will throttle its grumbling diesels  4/6/78 p.18
 
CHICAGO BEARS                                               
    Fencik-led Bears to play Saturday  2/23/78 p.18
 
CHICAGO LUNG ASSOCIATION                                    
    Memorial fund established  2/16/78 p.31
 
CHILDREN                                                    
    Hospital a care-full place to begin life in world  3/9/78
        p.25
    Safety Town ready to begin third summer  3/30/78 p.6
    Week dedicated to young child  4/13/78 p.34
    Barrington kids write books  4/20/78 p.30
    Their interest centers on infant welfare  4/20/78 p.59
    They put best paws forward at park show  7/13/78 p.10
    Animator brings life to clay and classes  8/3/78 p.34
    Swingers set sights on a world's record  8/24/78 p.7
    "Robin's World" starts today; fun column for kids, parents 
        10/5/78 p.6
    Officer Friendly  10/19/78 p.12
    Firemen fight fire with early learning  11/23/78 p.15
    Keeping 'em down on the farm not hard at all  11/23/78 p.26
    Dear Santa: For Christmas, I wish the world…  12/21/78 p.25
    Shelter a haven for children in need  12/28/78 p.23
 
CHILES, LINDEN                                              
    "James at 15" series: gone but not forgotten  7/6/78 p.22
 
CHIPPENDALE (SUBDIVISION)                                   
    Village, Chippendale reach accord  2/16/78 p.13
 
CHLEBEK, BILL                                               
    Chlebek is new Barrington High School track coach  7/6/78
        p.95
 
CHRISTY, STEPHEN, JR.                                       
    Forest preserve supervisor cited  1/26/78 p.32
    Forest preserve picks supervisor  2/16/78 p.29
 
CHRITTON, MIKE                                              
    News staff takes national story, photo awards  3/2/78 p.5
 
CHUNG, CAROL                                                
    Youngsters say final goodbye to classmate  6/1/78 p.6
    Tragedy sparks park interest in boating law  6/22/78 p.11
 
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS                 
    Call of church takes BHS grad "down under"  8/24/78 p.25
 
CINA, KASYLE                                                
    Carrie Nation continues fight for state post  1/5/78 p.77
 
CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION                                   
    Fen outside Tower Lkes is also key to survival of
        wilderness  12/7/78 p.10
    Tower Lakes fen: Is proposed subdivision friend or threat? 
        12/7/78 p.10
 
CLAASEN, NANCY                                              
    New advisors added to area association's staff  9/28/78 p.28
 
CLARK, ADRIENNE                                             
    Country House; Sandy Tannert, Adrienne Clark, Cathie
        Metzler, Judy Kelly, and Carole Olson, owners  
        10/12/78 p.84
 
CLARK, SANDRA H.                                            
    Heart Fund chairman cited  2/2/78 p.28
 
CLEARBROOK CENTER DAY SCHOOL                                
    Individual care is key to unlocking handicaps  2/16/78 p.25
 
CLIPPED WINGS, INC.                                         
    Wings clipped, they turn to helping the retarded  9/21/78
        p.79
 
COALITION FOR POLITICAL HONESTY                             
    Senators criticized by Honesty Coalition  1/19/78 p.57
    Coalition urges freeze on taxes  7/6/78 p.61
 
COCHRANE, BILL                                              
    Lake Zurich paramedic chief is fired in a 5-1 vote  5/4/78
        p.12
    Forrest asks Lake Zurich to reconsider Cochrane firing 
        5/11/78 p.9
    Cochrane a part-time fill-in for Barrington paramedic squad
        6/29/78 p.23
 
COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY                                      
    CLC president says he'll resign  1/5/78 p.29
    Acting CLC president named  1/12/78 p.37
    CLC president speaks about referendum to steering group 
        2/16/78 p.32
    Two seats open on CLC board  2/23/78 p.27
    Marriage on the decline, says anthropologist  5/4/78 p.42
    Graduation requirements altered  6/1/78 p.30
    Hunter to head Grayslake college  7/27/78 p.34
 
COLUMBUS LAKE                                               
    Save Columbus Lake effort gets underway  3/23/78 p.10
    Columbus Lake gets new breath of life  4/27/78 p.22
    Lack of data delays park boating law  7/27/78 p.13
    Sailboats may return to Columbus Lake soon  10/5/78 p.28
 
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY                                 
    Fire in plant's transformer knocks out power in 3 towns 
        6/1/78 p.12
 
COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ACT                   
    Project director hired for youth grant work  3/9/78 p.16
 
CONROY, MARTIN                                              
    Number one employee keeps peace number one  11/9/78 p.25
 
CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES                           
    Solar prophet sees sun as ray of energy hope  4/27/78 p.29
    Fen outside Tower Lkes is also key to survival of
        wilderness  12/7/78 p.10
    Tower Lakes fen: Is proposed subdivision friend or threat? 
        12/7/78 p.10
 
COOK COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    State approves grant for Crabtree addition  1/19/78 p.12
    Forest Preserve gets funds for Crabtree  5/25/78 p.60
    Crabtree Center gets more land  10/12/78 p.18
 
COOK COUNTY HOUSING ASSISTANCE PLAN                         
    New housing plan is called "biased"  6/15/78 p.44
 
COOK COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT                            
    Added police patrol may come from county  1/26/78 p.18
    Residents rap county; say no to police patrol  5/11/78 p.16
 
COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Public service jobs available  2/9/78 p.56
    Residents take anti-smut campaign to county  3/23/78 p.9
    County lowers police patrol fee  4/6/78 p.42
    County road repairs approved  4/13/78 p.26
    Route 12 smut board concern, Dunne claims  5/4/78 p.15
    Income from fines is increased  6/1/78 p.13
    County board considers teenage drinking ban  8/10/78 p.12
    Verdict on fines could mean $100,000 windfall  10/19/78 p.15
 
COOKERY                                                     
    Tender loving care formula for cuisine  4/13/78 p.47
 
CORNER CUPBOARD RESTAURANT                                  
    Trial dates set for Panker, accountant  1/5/78 p.13
 
COUNCIL OF BARRINGTON GARDEN CLUBS                          
    A rose is a rose is a rose... and more to Maxine  5/18/78
        p.53
    Garden club council launches "Barrington in Bloom -- 1978" 
        6/1/78 p.18
 
COUNTRY HOUSE                                               
    Country House; Sandy Tannert, Adrienne Clark, Cathie
        Metzler, Judy Kelly, and Carole Olson, owners  
        10/12/78 p.84
 
COUNTRYSIDE CENTER FOR THE HANDICAPPED                      
    Center helps to break cocoon of handicaps  2/23/78 p.21
 
COUNTRYSIDE SCHOOL                                          
    Young author is an instant award winner  5/4/78 p.14
    Joey's memory lives at Countryside School  5/11/78 p.15
    Countryside children remember their friend  6/22/78 p.10
 
COWELL, DONALD J.                                           
    Barrington podiatrist warns: skateboarding can be hazardous
        5/11/78 p.28
 
COWLEY, SAM P.                                              
    Memories, bullet holes linger from Baby Face  11/23/78 p.31
 
COY, PATTI                                                  
    Her diabetes a way of life for young victim  9/14/78 p.21
 
CRABTREE NATURE CENTER                                      
    State approves grant for Crabtree addition  1/19/78 p.12
    Forest Preserve gets funds for Crabtree  5/25/78 p.60
    Crabtree Center gets more land  10/12/78 p.18
 
CRANE, ARLENE                                               
    Family first priority for this candidate's wife  8/24/78
        p.10
 
CRANE, PHILIP M.                                            
    Crane appoints Barrington man chairman of campaign
        committee  1/26/78 p.60
    Carter's tax plan a sham, Crane says  2/9/78 p.69
    Crane bill would compensate fed lawsuit winners  2/9/78 p.63
    Crane rallies against treaties  2/9/78 p.77
    Crane comments on canal issue  2/16/78 p.29
    Thompson and Crane turn out for Graham  3/16/78 p.18
    Crane comments on national debt  4/6/78 p.24
    Klepak quits campaign; Democrats mull replacement  4/13/78
        p.19
    Crane political appetite includes national office  4/27/78
        p.20
    Crane asks why base closing set  6/1/78 p.33
    Crane favors state tax limit  6/1/78 p.68
    Postal increases a tax, Crane says  6/1/78 p.32
    VFW selects Crane for award  6/1/78 p.33
    Crane speaks to Harper grads  6/8/78 p.43
    Crane probably will seek presidency in '80  7/20/78 p.15
    Dems pick psychiatrist to meet Crane in a fall  7/20/78
        p.102
    Crane takes part in study of IRS  7/27/78 p.32
    Crane throws hat in ring  8/3/78 p.15
    Replacement for Crane?  No frontrunners yet  8/10/78 p.19
    Crane willing to pay the "presidential price"  8/17/78 p.16
    He has charisma... but will he get the votes?  8/24/78 p.10
    Crane: Key to inflation is unlimited spending  11/2/78 p.103
    Ex-professor Crane returns to classroom  11/2/78 p.19
 
CRELLIN, ARLINE                                             
    Brass Box; Arline Crellin, owner  9/14/78 p.86
 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS                                         
    Snowmobile ride ends with arrest of driver  1/5/78 p.16
    Trial dates set for Panker, accountant  1/5/78 p.13
    James cited for using Miller Road entrance  1/12/78 p.14
    Cash, liquor taken in burglary at Ten Pin  1/19/78 p.18
    Rape attempt a hoax: police  1/19/78 p.12
    Sergel pleads "not guilty"  1/19/78 p.6
    Mertens hurt in second prison escape attempt  1/26/78 p.5
    Patrolman is injured in fracas at station  1/26/78 p.16
    Mertens pleads "not guilty" in escape attempt  2/2/78 p.13
    Graham played politics on Jayne case: Fonte  2/9/78 p.6
    Graham says he didn't influence Jayne release  2/9/78 p.6
    Youth arrested for school day burglaries  2/16/78 p.16
    Organized crime behind Island Lake games?  3/9/78 p.7
    Youth arrested after fracas at high school  3/9/78 p.15
    Snowmobile operator is fined $60 by judge  3/16/78 p.15
    Family held hostage: won't sign a complaint  3/23/78 p.14
    From hallway gestapo to a jack of all trades  3/23/78 p.21
    Mertens trial is postponed  3/23/78 p.19
    Police consultant at BHS?  It's not a "must"  3/23/78 p.21
    Fire, legal action curb Tessie's business  3/30/78 p.34
    Senator Schaffer backs investigation of public corruption,
        tax cheating  3/30/78 p.33
    Police arrest five  4/6/78 p.16
    Klepak quits campaign; Democrats mull replacement  4/13/78
        p.19
    Husband offers reward for clues  4/20/78 p.58
    Mertens pleads guilty, gets two more years  4/20/78 p.11
    7 police departments assist at "near riot"  4/27/78 p.14
    Jewelry taken in $300,000 Barrington Hills burglary  5/4/78
        p.5
    Silet gets probation in November shooting  5/4/78 p.16
    Bizarre hit, run accident kills River Valley Gardens girl,
        19  5/11/78 p.7
    Husband's hatred grows in wake of arrest  5/11/78 p.24
    Biograph's new owner hopes to diminish "red neck" image 
        5/18/78 p.14
    Bump leads to brawl, stabbing and death  5/18/78 p.14
    Daughter of resident is slain in Palatine  5/18/78 p.12
    Hills police seek suspect in rape case  5/18/78 p.13
    If a stranger asks directions, call Hills police  5/18/78
        p.15
    State may appeal Club Renaissance verdict  5/18/78 p.15
    County board member indicted  6/8/78 p.29
    Arrest Elmhurst man in Inverness burglary  6/15/78 p.16
    Hit and run accident baffles sheriff's police  6/22/78 p.16
    Sergel, Panker trial dates to be set soon  6/22/78 p.7
    Stolen truck used in burglary at Riggs TV  6/22/78 p.14
    Gnewuch will be arraigned  6/29/78 p.23
    Two arrested in South Barrington drug bust  6/29/78 p.5
    Crime increases in month of May  7/6/78 p.26
    Ill-health postpones trial  7/6/78 p.13
    Preliminary hearing in drug bust is continued until July 19
        7/6/78 p.19
    Quaker employee guilty of charges  7/6/78 p.13
    Residents report false salesmen  7/6/78 p.29
    Trial date may be set Friday in Island Lake gambling raid 
        7/6/78 p.16
    County earns excellence award  7/13/78 p.24
    Gnewuch pleads not guilty; judge sets trial for August 21 
        7/13/78 p.12
    Judge to set trial date July 28 for 9 nabbed in gambling
        raid  7/13/78 p.14
    Sergel will go to trial on September 11  7/13/78 p.13
    Tower Lakes police arrest naked swimmer  7/13/78 p.13
    Burglars busy here  7/20/78 p.16
    Panker pleads guilty; must pay $18,000 to department of
        revenue  7/20/78 p.18
    Court tomorrow in gambling case  7/27/78 p.99
    Two sides to the story of "incompetent" cops  7/27/78 p.20
    Wedding bash becomes melee  7/27/78 p.18
    Klepak has 30 months to think about his "moment of greed" 
        8/3/78 p.18
    Plea is not guilty in Biograph brawl case  8/3/78 p.46
    Mertens free on bond  8/10/78 p.18
    State drops charges against 2 men arrested  8/10/78  p. 17
    Fall trial set in raid case  8/17/78 p.19
    Teacher's car an object for kids' frustrations?  8/17/78 p.6
    Idle hands the vandal's workshop, says youth officer 
        8/24/78 p.21
    Panker auditor guilty; fined $500 and costs  8/24/78 p.17
    Chicago man charged in phony ad campaign  9/7/78 p.35
    Inverness man shoots at burglars in his home  9/7/78 p.16
    North Barrington asks vandals to return stolen street signs
        9/7/78 p.12
    Sergel trial is postponed  9/7/78 p.11
    Burglars take tools, cash from Paulson Lumber  9/14/78 p.10
    Sergel trial to start October 23  9/14/78 p.16
    Eight guilty in gambling raid, are fined by circuit court
        judge  9/28/78 p.16
    Tower Lakes youth kidnaped hitchhiking  10/5/78 p.9
    Plan designed to combat auto thefts  10/12/78 p.38
    Landmark restaurant closed: may become retail center, pub 
        10/19/78 p.14
    Sergel trial set to begin  10/19/78 p.13
    Sergel trial delayed again  10/26/78 p.16
    Police search for assailant in County Line Road rape 
        11/2/78 p.7
    Couple charged with murder  11/9/78 p.38
    Vandals wreck shop; owner vows to reopen  11/9/78 p.14
    Carpentersville man held in Hills rape  11/16/78 p.7
    Memories, bullet holes linger from Baby Face  11/23/78 p.31
    Porn trial delayed again  11/23/78 p.16
    Acquitted of murder, she seeks return to normal  12/21/78
        p.7
    Court compels paper to surrender notebook  12/21/78 p.6
    Bad check warrants lead to arrest of fraud suspect 
        12/28/78 p.24
    Hearing set on vandalism  12/28/78 p.90
    Police arrest two on theft charge  12/28/78 p.13
 
CROSSROADS CLINIC                                           
    Teens at life crossroad find health direction  5/11/78 p.44
    For pregnant teens, help is home away from home  10/26/78
        p.25
 
CRUZ, JOSE                                                  
    From Castro's Cuba to making a clean sweep of school
        hallways  9/7/78 p.21
 
CRYSTAL LAKE SCHOOL OF AVIATION                             
    Taking wing  6/8/78 p.22
 
CRYSTAL LAKE, ILL.                                          
    Improvements to road a top priority: IDOT  8/10/78 p.17
 
CUBA TOWNSHIP REPUBLICAN ORGANIZATION                       
    Cuba GOP endorses Graham; Barrington township session Feb.
        23  2/2/78 p.12
 
CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                         
    Grin and bear it  3/9/78 p.5
    Assessment Roll for 1977  3/30/78 p.95
    Cuba police patrol: Will it go another year?  4/6/78 p.5
    Cuba Township police patrol will continue full year 
        4/13/78 p.11
    Abe would have been proud of this log house  4/20/78 p.10
    51 years long enough for this public servant  8/10/78 p.12
    Cuba Township dispute continues over area deputy should
        patrol  12/21/78 p.10
    Assessment roll for 1978  12/28/78 p.81
 
CUBA, ILL.                                                  
    Budget  3/9/78 p.109
    Treasurer's report  4/6/78 p.123
 
CUDNOWSKI, BILL                                             
    Fill 'er up  1/12/78 p.10
 
CYCLING                                                     
    Bicycle patrol funding to be sought by Nelson  5/4/78 p.5
    Traffic safety panel to study bicycle patrol  5/11/78 p.7
    Safety panel endorses idea of bicycle patrol  5/18/78 p.12
    Pedal power fights cancer  5/25/78 p.10
    Bike patrol doesn't get chance to hit the street  6/29/78
        p.9
    Catlow blames police for delay in planning for bicycle
        patrol  8/31/78 p.11
 
CYCLING PATHS                                               
    Safety first; then bikeways plan  1/19/78 p.15
 
DAKE, JEAN                                                  
    New president for woman's club  6/15/78 p.62
 
DANCING                                                     
    Young area dancers perform in "The Nutcracker Suite" 
        12/7/78 p.28
 
DANIELS, MARGARET                                           
    Body of missing woman found in Baker's Lake  5/18/78 p.5
 
DANNENFELDT, DIANE                                          
    Growth brings change in Courier newsroom  6/29/78 p.11
 
DASHER, GEORGE                                              
    Candidate enters Harper race  2/9/78 p.100
    Harper panel picks 2 to run in April election  3/9/78 p.12
    Harper College board candidates pledge to attack financial
        deficits  3/30/78 p.33
    Weber, Dasher win Harper board seats  4/13/78 p.7
 
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION                        
    Fifth grader wins DAR essay contest  2/16/78 p.56
 
DAVIDSON, JILL                                              
    Barrington girl wins riding prizes  10/19/78 p.31
 
DAWN HOUSE (CHILDREN'S HOME)                                
    Emergency shelter helps kids find new dawn  6/29/78 p.25
    Home, family offer safe haven  6/29/78 p.25
 
DAY CARE CENTERS                                            
    New concept comes to day care  4/6/78 p.35
 
DECOOK, AUDREY                                              
    She leads the Friends at the most exciting times  1/19/78
        p.43
 
DECROW, KAREN                                               
    ERA pugilists take ring one more time  10/19/78 p.10
    Women in combat?  10/19/78 p.10
 
DEER GROVE FOREST PRESERVE                                  
    Move over mosquitoes, here comes black fly  8/3/78 p.6
 
DEER PARK, ILL.                                             
    Deer Park to get first taste of 911 in summer  2/23/78 p.5
    Family held hostage: won't sign a complaint  3/23/78 p.14
    Deer Park budget has money for part-time administrator 
        4/20/78 p.14
    Deer Park may adopt grid numbering system  4/20/78 p.11
    120 residents oppose Deer Park grid plan  5/18/78 p.16
    Treasurer's report  5/25/78 p.98
    Modified grid system approved in Deer Park  6/22/78 p.11
    Court to determine if road is public or private  7/6/78 p.38
    Deer Park agrees to renew police contract  8/3/78 p.110
    Homeowners hoping to put park in Deer Park  8/24/78 p.20
    Deer Park seeks input on recreational needs  9/21/78 p.11
    Full-time administrator coming to Deer Park?  9/21/78 p.14
    Deer Park recreational needs on table  9/28/78 p.13
    Deer Park won't employ administrator  10/5/78 p.13
    New Deer Park panel to target on park sites  10/5/78 p.9
    Deer Park now has a part-time assistant  10/19/78 p.18
    Deer Park will take census to qualify for funds  11/23/78
        p.127
    Road repair still at issue  11/23/78 p.126
    Filing date near for candidates  12/21/78 p.20
 
DEER VALLEY (SUBDIVISION)                                   
    Court to determine if road is public or private  7/6/78 p.38
    Subdivision road project on hold  8/3/78 p.15
 
DEFERRED PROSECUTION PROGRAM                                
    County earns excellence award  7/13/78 p.24
 
DELEUW CATHER AND COMPANY                                   
    Chicago firm winner in traffic "election"  3/30/78 p.16
 
DENTAL CARE                                                 
    "Jaws" no terror at Harper  4/13/78 p.42
 
DEPOIAN, HAIG                                               
    Depoian heads adult services at new library  5/11/78 p.23
 
DERRIG, RICHARD                                             
    Police elect union leader  11/2/78 p.16
 
DEVERS, GARY                                                
    "One very good person" claimed by heart attack  7/13/78 p.6
 
DEVERS, RHONDA                                              
    Teens meet with Gov. Thompson; push for legislative
        awareness  1/26/78 p.7
 
DEVINS, PAM                                                 
    Title IX: School playgrounds latest battlefield in war
        between sexes  8/31/78 p.21
 
DEVRIES, HAROLD J., REV.                                    
    Pastor marks 40 years of marriage, ministry  8/31/78 p.15
 
DEVRIES, JUNE                                               
    Pastor marks 40 years of marriage, ministry  8/31/78 p.15
 
DEYOUNG, NANCY                                              
    Center helps to break cocoon of handicaps  2/23/78 p.21
 
DICKELMAN, GLADYS                                           
    ERA: End or beginning of women's rights?  5/11/78 p.53
 
DIMONTE, GENE                                               
    Developer gives $5,000 donation to South Barrington Park
        District  8/24/78 p.16
 
DIMUCCI HOME BUILDERS                                       
    DiMucci to seek plat okay from area towns  1/19/78 p.5
    Golf course at LaBuy estate?  DiMucci willing to discuss it
        1/19/78 p.5
    Inverness should annex DiMucci land: Puzey  4/6/78 p.19
    Barrington Hills $18,000 filing fee shocks DiMucci  4/13/78
        p.11
    Inverness holds key to DiMucci proposal  4/20/78 p.12
    Students like DiMucci plan at lesser density  5/11/78 p.10
 
DIXON, ALAN J.                                              
    Plan designed to combat auto thefts  10/12/78 p.38
 
DODGE TROPHIES AND AWARDS                                   
    Our link with Tinseltown  3/23/78 p.63
 
DOETSCH, CHARLES                                            
    Couple charged with murder  11/9/78 p.38
 
DOLLHOUSES                                                  
    Homebuilder thinks big on a very small scale  8/17/78 p.58
 
DONAVIN, PAUL R.                                            
    BHS tennis players are seriously hurt in crash  6/22/78 p.5
 
DOTI, FRANK J.                                              
    Local men seek judge's post  2/2/78 p.28
 
DOUGHTY, DWAYNE                                             
    Splitting cost no way to solve this problem  7/13/78 p.40
 
DOUGLAS, ED                                                 
    Farmers Insurance Group; Ed Douglas and Vic Hebert, owners 
        9/21/78 p.102
 
DOUMAKES, ARTHUR A.                                         
    "We've had it," last words of Barrington pilot  12/7/78 p.5
 
DOUMAKES, DOROTHY                                           
    "We've had it," last words of Barrington pilot  12/7/78 p.5
 
DRUG ABUSE                                                  
    More races, more bucks, so trainers use "bute"  11/9/78 p.12
    New book targets drug abuse at racetracks  11/9/78 p.11
 
DRUGS                                                       
    Two arrested in South Barrington drug bust  6/29/78 p.5
    Preliminary hearing in drug bust is continued until July 19
        7/6/78 p.19
    Suit a major factor in drug paraphernalia law  8/3/78 p.13
    State drops charges against 2 men arrested  8/10/78  p. 17
 
DRUGS AND YOUTH                                             
    Drug use not restricted to high school: Greffin  3/2/78 p.7
    District 220 will study police consultant idea  10/19/78 p.9
 
DUCHOSSOIS, BRUCE                                           
    Barrington Saddlery, Inc.; Bruce Duchossois, Marilyn B.
        Heaton, and Frances Bowers, owners  8/24/78 p.83
 
DUFFY, DAN                                                  
    Village should enforce obscenity law or abandon it: trustee
        5/11/78 p.10
 
DUNDEE TOWNSHIP PARK DISTRICT                               
    Dundee parks make bid to annex Hills site  5/25/78 p.50
 
DUNNE, GEORGE                                               
    Route 12 smut board concern, Dunne claims  5/4/78 p.15
 
EDUCATION                                                   
    Educator's viewpoint of children to be topic of BACLD
        meeting  3/9/78 p.16
    School aid bill "in big trouble" in Springfield  5/25/78 p.5
 
ELECTIONS                                                   
    Carrie Nation continues fight for state post  1/5/78 p.77
    Fonte wants to debate; Graham's not interested  1/5/78 p.14
    Candidate for county sheriff takes firm stand against
        prostitution  1/12/78 p.34
    Fonte's challenge of debate answered but not by Graham 
        1/12/78 p.14
    Debate wouldn't serve any purpose: Graham  1/19/78 p.24
    Fonte asks Palatine Township not to endorse  1/19/78 p.66
    Fonte outlines program aimed at curbing state spending 
        1/19/78 p.42
    Senators criticized by Honesty Coalition  1/19/78 p.57
    Crane appoints Barrington man chairman of campaign
        committee  1/26/78 p.60
    Cuba GOP endorses Graham; Barrington township session Feb.
        23  2/2/78 p.12
    Guss, Munson to head committee  2/2/78 p.12
    Palatine GOP backs Graham in primary  2/2/78 p.12
    Candidate will run unopposed  2/9/78 p.34
    County board hopeful would restrict growth  2/9/78 p.37
    Fonte releases second tax relief statement  2/9/78 p.38
    GOP group endorses  2/9/78 p.56
    Graham backers lead campaign  2/9/78 p.35
    Gurnee woman says she'll run for board  2/9/78 p.56
    Verbic disappointed; McClory won't debate  2/9/78 p.40
    Fonte appoints campaign chairmen  2/16/78 p.16
    Fonte surveys residents on taxes, spending, ethics  2/16/78
        p.38
    Robin dispells rumors of absence  2/16/78 p.31
    Candidates campaign together in 5th District  2/23/78 p.45
    Fonte campaign makes overtures to lobbyists  2/23/78 p.17
    Graham, Fonte debate to come on Wednesday  2/23/78 p.17
    Verbic raps McClory, Washington attitude  2/23/78 p.26
    Barrington Township solid behind Graham  3/2/78 p.14
    Candidates join for county board primary race  3/2/78 p.20
    Keep "loop" out of race, Graham says  3/9/78 p.13
    Taxes, reform top Fonte's priority list  3/9/78 p.13
    12th Congressional District--Republican  3/16/78 p.47
    Countdown nears end: primary vote Tuesday  3/16/78 p.47
    On the campaign trail with John Graham  3/16/78 p.23
    On the campaign trail with Richard Fonte  3/16/78 p.22
    Pro-life, anti-ERA group backs Graham  3/16/78 p.33
    Thompson and Crane turn out for Graham  3/16/78 p.18
    Anderson loses; McClory wins  3/23/78 p.5
    Cuba Township gives Graham 97-vote win  3/23/78 p.5
    Harper campaign leaders named to head "Citizens" slate 
        3/23/78 p.28
    School board election draws five candidates  3/23/78 p.12
    It's official: Graham a winner by 123 votes  3/30/78 p.7
    Tie with Graham may have cost Anderson  3/30/78 p.6
    School District 220  4/6/78 p.27
    School, library elections are Saturday, Tuesday  4/6/78 p.27
    William Rainey Harper College  4/6/78 p.29
    Barrington Area Library Board  4/6/78 p.28
    Anderson won't run as Democrat in Lake County board
        election  4/13/78 p.19
    It's Hirst, Helfrick in library board election  4/13/78 p.7
    Klepak quits campaign; Democrats mull replacement  4/13/78
        p.19
    No organized Democrat effort in school board vote: Forsberg
        4/13/78 p.6
    Rose, Gravdal capture District 220 board seats  4/13/78 p.6
    Weber, Dasher win Harper board seats  4/13/78 p.7
    Crane political appetite includes national office  4/27/78
        p.20
    Four in running for Harper chief  5/4/78 p.16
    Route 12 smut board concern, Dunne claims  5/4/78 p.15
    Limit campaign costs, Steffen says  5/18/78 p.38
    Clerk wants to debate challenger  5/25/78 p.37
    Steffen raps holiday bill  6/1/78 p.30
    McClory fails to react to needs of area: Steffen  6/8/78
        p.79
    Crane probably will seek presidency in '80  7/20/78 p.15
    Dems pick psychiatrist to meet Crane in a fall  7/20/78
        p.102
    Crane throws hat in ring  8/3/78 p.15
    Democrats look at Republican as county board candidate 
        8/3/78 p.19
    Replacement for Crane?  No frontrunners yet  8/10/78 p.19
    Crane willing to pay the "presidential price"  8/17/78 p.16
    Graham to carry Democrat banner in November election 
        8/17/78 p.111
    Family first priority for this candidate's wife  8/24/78
        p.10
    He has charisma... but will he get the votes?  8/24/78 p.10
    McClory campaigns with expert help  8/31/78 p.110
    Do Republicans have too much leadership?  9/14/78 p.10
    Candidates from area to appear Saturday at Lakehurst 
        9/28/78 p.36
    Variety of faces, issues face voters Tuesday  11/2/78 p.25
    First and second district incumbents win big  11/9/78 p.5
 
ELLER, RONALD                                               
    Bump leads to brawl, stabbing and death  5/18/78 p.14
    Plea is not guilty in Biograph brawl case  8/3/78 p.46
 
ENERGY CONSERVATION                                         
    Will tell cost estimates for home improvements  2/2/78 p.66
 
ENGBRECHT, SUE                                              
    She'll ride her way to an ice show part  7/13/78 p.49
 
ENOCKSON, AMY                                               
    Amy survived, and there's hope for Megan, too  4/27/78 p.5
 
ENRIGHT, DANIEL                                             
    State drops charges against 2 men arrested  8/10/78  p. 17
 
EPISCOPAL CHARITIES AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES               
    Barringtonian elected president  4/20/78 p.29
    Barrington man elected president  5/11/78 p.30
 
EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT                                      
    ERA: End or beginning of women's rights?  5/11/78 p.53
    McClory opposes time extension to ratify ERA  6/8/78 p.31
    Pageants more than swim suit, pretty face?  6/15/78 p.14
    ERA pugilists take ring one more time  10/19/78 p.10
    Women in combat?  10/19/78 p.10
 
ERZEN, RICHARD G.                                           
    CLC president says he'll resign  1/5/78 p.29
 
ETTERS, ROBBIE                                              
    Swingers set sights on a world's record  8/24/78 p.7
 
EVERGREEN CEMETARY                                          
    Time capsule ceremony planned Memorial Day  5/18/78 p.6
 
EVERYLIFE DAY CAMP                                          
    Everylife camp shows fun can be therapy  7/6/78 p.21
 
FAIRHAVEN (SUBDIVISION)                                     
    Moving cost keeps Columbus in Fairhaven  7/13/78 p.15
    Lack of data delays park boating law  7/27/78 p.13
    Sailboats may return to Columbus Lake soon  10/5/78 p.28
 
FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP                                     
    Farmers Insurance Group; Ed Douglas and Vic Hebert, owners 
        9/21/78 p.102
 
FENCIK, GARY                                                
    Gary Fencik's understudy days are behind him  1/5/78 p.71
    Fencik-led Bears to play Saturday  2/23/78 p.18
 
FENCIK, SCOTT                                               
    Another Fencik bids for pro success  7/6/78 p.95
    Scott Fencik cut by Giants; hopes for second chance 
        7/27/78 p.101
 
FENVIEW ESTATES (SUBDIVISION)                               
    Tower Lakes fen: Is proposed subdivision friend or threat? 
        12/7/78 p.10
    Fen fate decision delayed 'til January  12/21/78 p.6
 
FILLOON, ALLEN W.                                           
    Bad check warrants lead to arrest of fraud suspect 
        12/28/78 p.24
 
FINNANE, PAT                                                
    Roast was surprise and toast of his life  11/23/78 p.18
 
FIRES                                                       
    Fire districts urged to create grid system  3/16/78 p.12
    Fire, legal action curb Tessie's business  3/30/78 p.34
    Tentative 911 system to be ready in August  3/30/78 p.5
    120 residents oppose Deer Park grid plan  5/18/78 p.16
    Fire in plant's transformer knocks out power in 3 towns 
        6/1/78 p.12
    Modified grid system approved in Deer Park  6/22/78 p.11
    Grid system gains formal Barrington Hills nod  11/2/78 p.10
    Fire board supports, but won't fund grid system  11/9/78 p.6
 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY                       
    All in a day's work for scouts of Troop 21  4/6/78 p.14
 
FLINT CREEK                                                 
    Flint Creek discharge meeting this Sunday  4/20/78 p.14
    Hills vows to protect water in Flint Creek  5/25/78 p.18
    Flint Creek discharge pact nearing approval  6/8/78 p.16
 
FLOCK, WARD                                                 
    Ward Flock dies at 85  9/21/78 p.6
 
FLOODS                                                      
    Homeowners can help avoid flooding hazards  3/9/78 p.6
    MSD establishes flood relief hotline  6/8/78 p.41
    We've had enough rain for now, thank you  7/6/78 p.5
    South Barrington tagged for fed flood study  11/23/78 p.14
 
FONTE, RICHARD                                              
    Fonte wants to debate; Graham's not interested  1/5/78 p.14
    Fonte's challenge of debate answered but not by Graham 
        1/12/78 p.14
    Debate wouldn't serve any purpose: Graham  1/19/78 p.24
    Fonte asks Palatine Township not to endorse  1/19/78 p.66
    Fonte outlines program aimed at curbing state spending 
        1/19/78 p.42
    Guss, Munson to head committee  2/2/78 p.12
    Fonte releases second tax relief statement  2/9/78 p.38
    Graham played politics on Jayne case: Fonte  2/9/78 p.6
    Fonte appoints campaign chairmen  2/16/78 p.16
    Fonte surveys residents on taxes, spending, ethics  2/16/78
        p.38
    Fonte campaign makes overtures to lobbyists  2/23/78 p.17
    Graham, Fonte debate to come on Wednesday  2/23/78 p.17
    Taxes, reform top Fonte's priority list  3/9/78 p.13
    On the campaign trail with Richard Fonte  3/16/78 p.22
    Cuba Township gives Graham 97-vote win  3/23/78 p.5
    It's official: Graham a winner by 123 votes  3/30/78 p.7
 
FORREST, NELSON                                             
    Forrest is pleased by village progress in '77  1/12/78 p.16
    Forrest asks Lake Zurich to reconsider Cochrane firing 
        5/11/78 p.9
    How much is enough? [North Barrington surplus funds] 
        8/31/78 p.19
 
FORSBERG, THEODORE                                          
    Here's to your good "fortune"  3/30/78 p.13
    No organized Democrat effort in school board vote: Forsberg
        4/13/78 p.6
 
FORT SHERIDAN                                               
    Military base hearing slated  5/25/78 p.39
    Closing of military installations means loss of income in
        county  6/1/78 p.30
    Crane asks why base closing set  6/1/78 p.33
 
FORTMANN, CATHY                                             
    Growth brings change in Courier newsroom  6/29/78 p.11
 
FOSTER, DELORIS M.                                          
    MSD establishes flood relief hotline  6/8/78 p.41
 
FOURTH OF JULY                                              
    GOP drops fireworks, cites cost  6/29/78 p.6
 
FOX POINT (SUBDIVISION)                                     
    Project near Fox Point rejected by commission  8/24/78 p.19
 
FOX RIVER                                                   
    A new bridge over old muddy?  3/2/78 p.15
    Haeger bridge concept draws BACOG ire  3/2/78 p.15
    Fox cleanup is possible, McClory says  3/9/78 p.22
    Haeger bridge meeting April 3  3/16/78 p.10
    Fox bridge hearing set on feasibility study  3/30/78 p.15
    Haeger bridge study draws hoots, hollers  4/6/78 p.11
    Haeger bridge study approved in 13-3 vote  4/20/78 p.16
 
FOX RIVER VALLEY GARDENS                                    
    Hit and run accident baffles sheriff's police  6/22/78 p.16
    Gnewuch pleads not guilty; judge sets trial for August 21 
        7/13/78 p.12
 
FRANKENTHAL, LESTER E., III                                 
    Barringtonian elected president  4/20/78 p.29
    Barrington man elected president  5/11/78 p.30
 
FREMD HIGH SCHOOL                                           
    "Good time" becomes nightmare; more than 30 fans fall from
        stand  9/28/78 p.5
    Bruised spines, backs predominant injuries  9/28/78 p.14
    Fremd bleachers were due to be replaced  9/28/78 p.5
    New set of bleachers is installed at Fremd  10/5/78 p.12
 
FRUM, HOWARD                                                
    State drops charges against 2 men arrested  8/10/78  p. 17
 
GAIMARI, CARL                                               
    Inverness swim pool can stay, but that fence has got to go 
        5/11/78 p.119
 
GALVEC, JORGE                                               
    Youth is killed, 16 others injured in 2 accidents  8/17/78
        p.15
 
GAMBLING                                                    
    Organized crime behind Island Lake games?  3/9/78 p.7
    Fire, legal action curb Tessie's business  3/30/78 p.34
    Citizens' group opposes state legalized gambling  6/8/78
        p.30
    Trial date may be set Friday in Island Lake gambling raid 
        7/6/78 p.16
    Judge to set trial date July 28 for 9 nabbed in gambling
        raid  7/13/78 p.14
    Court tomorrow in gambling case  7/27/78 p.99
 
GANZER, JOHN                                                
    BHS grad acts in road show  6/8/78 p.25
 
GARNER, W. HAROLD "HAL"                                     
    Acting CLC president named  1/12/78 p.37
 
GEARY, NORMAN                                               
    Robin elected to board; Geary reviews his term  12/7/78 p.16
 
GEHLER, DAVE                                                
    Title IX: School playgrounds latest battlefield in war
        between sexes  8/31/78 p.21
 
GELCH, JOHN A.                                              
    Athletic director appointed dean  6/8/78 p.31
 
GENERAL BUSINESS SERVICES, INC.                             
    Barrington man named field director  2/2/78 p.64
 
GILLIS, LESTER                                              
    Memories, bullet holes linger from Baby Face  11/23/78 p.31
 
GIRL SCOUTS                                                 
    Suburban Girl Scouts launch fund-raising campaign  2/9/78
        p.77
    Kirk Center scouts -- small badges, big merit  6/1/78 p.35
 
GLAZE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                                  
    Good pay, outdoor work woo women into construction  6/8/78
        p.57
 
GNEWUCH, GEORGE                                             
    Husband's hatred grows in wake of arrest  5/11/78 p.24
    Gnewuch will be arraigned  6/29/78 p.23
    Gnewuch pleads not guilty; judge sets trial for August 21 
        7/13/78 p.12
 
GODDARD, JOSEPH                                             
    Homebuilder thinks big on a very small scale  8/17/78 p.58
 
GOEBBERT FARM                                               
    Pumpkins rate high as Goebbert family sets autumn scene 
        10/19/78 p.47
 
GOEBBERT, ESTHER                                            
    Pumpkins rate high as Goebbert family sets autumn scene 
        10/19/78 p.47
 
GOEBBERT, JOHN                                              
    Pumpkins rate high as Goebbert family sets autumn scene 
        10/19/78 p.47
 
GOEPPNER, DANIELLE                                          
    New language plus big family equal AFS lessons  8/17/78 p.21
 
GOLD, LAURENCE                                              
    How much is enough? [North Barrington surplus funds] 
        8/31/78 p.19
    State supports village in wake of audit flap  9/28/78 p.20
 
GOLF                                                        
    Golf course at LaBuy estate?  DiMucci willing to discuss it
        1/19/78 p.5
    Golf course idea opposed by trustee  1/26/78 p.9
 
GOOCH, ELOISE                                               
    Forrest says realtor trying to break zoning  8/3/78 p.6
 
GOOCH, THOMAS                                               
    Forrest says realtor trying to break zoning  8/3/78 p.6
 
GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL                                      
    Sky-high view  1/5/78 p.5
    Applications roll in for jobs on Good Shepherd hospital
        staff  2/16/78 p.17
    Good Shepherd Hospital receives $20,000 donation from Gould
        Inc.  4/6/78 p.94
    Citizens may autograph hospital beam June 11  5/11/78 p.22
    Good Shepherd opens three-part fund drive  6/1/78 p.14
    Good Shepherd selects chairman  6/15/78 p.86
    Surgery needed on cancerous hospital costs  6/15/78 p.23
    Hospital gets $75,000 from Lake Zurich company  8/10/78 p.15
    Pay first $1,000 of $5,000 pledge  10/12/78 p.64
    Hospital receives $50,000 grant  10/19/78 p.31
    Medical facilities keep area in good health  10/26/78 p.77
 
GOULD, INC.                                                 
    Gould to enter auto racing scene  1/12/78 p.72
    Gould named marketer of year  2/2/78 p.66
    Good Shepherd Hospital receives $20,000 donation from Gould
        Inc.  4/6/78 p.94
 
GOVERNMENT                                                  
    Seniors, teens benefit from townships in '77  1/12/78 p.12
    Beers pledges watchdog role  2/9/78 p.16
    Public service jobs available  2/9/78 p.56
    Vote records show McClory consistency  2/9/78 p.35
    Official charges Graham pressured radio bids  2/16/78 p.5
    State booklet spells out which meetings should be open to
        public  4/13/78 p.38
    Graham, Mugalian vote for legislative pay hike  12/7/78 p.7
 
GRAHAM, F.T. "MIKE"                                         
    County board hopeful would restrict growth  2/9/78 P.37
    Candidates join for county board primary race  3/2/78 p.20
    Tie with Graham may have cost Anderson  3/30/78 p.6
    Democrats look at Republican as county board candidate 
        8/3/78 p.19
    Graham to carry Democrat banner in November election 
        8/17/78 p.111
 
GRAHAM, JOHN A.                                             
    Fonte wants to debate; Graham's not interested  1/5/78 p.14
    Fonte's challenge of debate answered but not by Graham 
        1/12/78 p.14
    Debate wouldn't serve any purpose: Graham  1/19/78 p.24
    Fonte asks Palatine Township not to endorse  1/19/78 p.66
    Senators criticized by Honesty Coalition  1/19/78 p.57
    Cuba GOP endorses Graham; Barrington township session Feb.
        23  2/2/78 p.12
    Palatine GOP backs Graham in primary  2/2/78 p.12
    GOP group endorses  2/9/78 p.56
    Graham backers lead campaign  2/9/78 p.35
    Graham played politics on Jayne case: Fonte  2/9/78 p.6
    Graham says he didn't influence Jayne release  2/9/78 p.6
    Official charges Graham pressured radio bids  2/16/78 p.5
    Senator Graham to seek local control of unincorporated
        building, zoning  2/16/78 p.30
    Fonte campaign makes overtures to lobbyists  2/23/78 p.17
    Graham, Fonte debate to come on Wednesday  2/23/78 p.17
    Barrington Township solid behind Graham  3/2/78 p.14
    Keep "loop" out of race, Graham says  3/9/78 p.13
    On the campaign trail with John Graham  3/16/78 p.23
    Pro-life, anti-ERA group backs Graham  3/16/78 p.33
    Thompson and Crane turn out for Graham  3/16/78 p.18
    Cuba Township gives Graham 97-vote win  3/23/78 p.5
    Bill would allow paramedics to initiate emergency aid 
        3/30/78 p.30
    It's official: Graham a winner by 123 votes  3/30/78 p.7
    New bills would rescue strapped school boards  4/20/78 p.7
    Wegman raps senate leadership  5/25/78 p.38
    Advisory tax relief may come this fall  6/15/78 p.9
    Graham chides Senate in wake of tax revolt  6/15/78 p.9
    Library lights not a dead issue: Graham  7/6/78 p.5
    Graham to attend tax reform meet  7/27/78 p.38
    Ela project foes seek clout from Senator Graham with IDOT 
        9/28/78 p.11
    Graham still pushing Ela Road traffic light  10/19/78 p.6
    Graham meets with IDOT on Ela Road stoplight  10/26/78 p.7
    First and second district incumbents win big  11/9/78 p.5
    Graham, Mugalian vote for legislative pay hike  12/7/78 p.7
 
GRAHAM, RITA                                                
    Hough's Rita Graham is somebody "special"  4/27/78 p.10
 
GRAVDAL, MARCUS                                             
    No conflict for board member with wife teaching in district
        4/6/78 p.12
    No organized Democrat effort in school board vote: Forsberg
        4/13/78 p.6
    Rose, Gravdal capture District 220 board seats  4/13/78 p.6
 
GREAT LAKES NAVAL TRAINING STATION                          
    Military base hearing slated  5/25/78 p.39
    Closing of military installations means loss of income in
        county  6/1/78 p.30
 
GREATER BARRINGTON GYMNASTICS ASSOCIATION                   
    Clean up gyms, lockers group suggests to school  12/21/78
        p.19
 
GREENERY                                                    
    Chef is no greenhorn at the new Greenery  9/7/78 p.68
    The Greenery; William Moir, owner  11/2/78 p.104
 
GREFFIN, KEN                                                
    Drug use not restricted to high school: Greffin  3/2/78 p.7
    From hallway gestapo to a jack of all trades  3/23/78 p.21
    Police consultant at BHS?  It's not a "must"  3/23/78 p.21
    Two sides to the story of "incompetent" cops  7/27/78 p.20
    Suit a major factor in drug paraphernalia law  8/3/78 p.13
    Idle hands the vandal's workshop, says youth officer 
        8/24/78 p.21
    BHS police counselor to be studied Sept. 19  8/31/78 p.5
    Teen drinking major problem here: officials  9/14/78 p.11
    District 220 will study police consultant idea  10/19/78 p.9
 
GRELLE, LAWRENCE E.                                         
    Barrington Lions elect officers for '78-'79 service season 
        6/29/78 p.28
 
GRIESHEIMER, RON                                            
    Bill would return local control of landfill sites  5/11/78
        p.41
 
GROSS, TANYA                                                
    Young author is an instant award winner  5/4/78 p.14
 
GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL                                         
    Grove finds a way to combat "Cabin Fever"  5/18/78 p.10
 
GRUNNAH, TOM                                                
    This race car driver has plenty of Atlanta rhythm  8/24/78
        p.104
 
GUARNIERI, PAT                                              
    Resident's parents flying here, courtesy of Ronald McDonald
        8/24/78 p.6
 
GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS                              
    Swingers set sights on a world's record  8/24/78 p.7
    Swinger goes solo, gets into record book  8/31/78 p.7
    Ohio welcome refuge for swinger, family  9/7/78 p.14
    California "swingers" go one better than Ian  10/5/78 p.5
 
GULBRANSEN, ARDITH                                          
    Something Special; Ardith Gulbransen, owner  12/7/78 p.104
 
GUSS, ROBERT                                                
    Guss, Munson to head committee  2/2/78 p.12
    Inverness in turnabout; Guss charges "payoff"  6/8/78 p.24
 
HAEGER BRIDGE                                               
    A new bridge over old muddy?  3/2/78 p.15
    Haeger bridge concept draws BACOG ire  3/2/78 p.15
    Haeger bridge meeting April 3  3/16/78 p.10
    Fox bridge hearing set on feasibility study  3/30/78 p.15
    Haeger bridge study approved in 13-3 vote  4/20/78 p.16
    Haeger bridge study draws hoots, hollers  4/6/78 p.11
 
HAEGER'S BEND, ILL.                                         
    East is east, west is west, sayeth Ulmen's compass  6/1/78
        p.62
 
HAGER, JILL                                                 
    BHS coed gears for return trip to Germany  6/1/78 p.20
 
HALL, LORENA                                                
    Lorena dances way to her 99th birthday  10/12/78 p.12
 
HALLBERG, GARY                                              
    First Masters  4/13/78 p.112
    Hallberg repeats as North-South champion  5/25/78 p.107
 
HALLETT, SEARS                                              
    Re-elect Hallett 220 president in 4-3 vote  4/20/78 p.15
    Hallett's use of crew for private project called judgment
        error  10/26/78 p.5
 
HANDICAPPED                                                 
    BCAH slates Wheelchair Day  2/16/78 p.20
    Center helps to break cocoon of handicaps  2/23/78 p.21
    Scavenger hunt part of "Wheelchair Day"  4/13/78 p.15
    Plight of the handicapped will be theirs Saturday  5/11/78
        p.12
    Curbs loom like walls, stairs like mountains  5/18/78 p.22
    The handicapped find few firms accessible  5/18/78 p.24
    Fire safety, aid for handicapped are provided in new BOCA
        code  5/25/78 p.16
    Plan for handicapped parking to be revealed  6/22/78 p.6
    Parking for disabled referred to committee  7/13/78 p.11
    Two parking spots set aside for handicapped  7/27/78 p.14
    District 220 step ahead in aid for handicapped  8/10/78 p.16
    Overweight trucks are banned from 24 streets  8/17/78 p.16
    New stickers to help disabled find parking  9/14/78 p.10
    Sticker program aims to aid handicapped  10/19/78 p.39
    Townships have parking cards for the disabled  10/26/78 p.11
 
HANDICAPPED YOUTH                                           
    Individual care is key to unlocking handicaps  2/16/78 p.25
    Summer has fun in store for handicapped youngsters  2/16/78
        p.16
    Educational bloom of flower sale, programs  4/6/78 p.75
    Kirk Center scouts -- small badges, big merit  6/1/78 p.35
    Everylife camp shows fun can be therapy  7/6/78 p.21
    School district holds $81,500 from Special Education
        District of Lake County  7/20/78 p.17
    Free wheeling competition a ball for athlete  8/10/78 p.21
    Handicapped kids need help,too; grant pursued  11/9/78 p.24
    District 220's SEDOL plan to curriculum committee  11/23/78
        p.7
    District 220 decides to keep special education system 
        12/21/78 p.15
    U.S. law guarantees education to most severely handicapped 
        12/21/78 p.15
 
HANSEN, BARBARA                                             
    Barrington Hills taking on more professional air  1/5/78 p.6
    New BACOG leader has big shoes to fill  7/13/78 p.38
 
HANSEN, CARL R.                                             
    New housing plan is called "biased"  6/15/78 p.44
    Hansen raps ride RTA  7/20/78 p.39
 
HAPPY DAY BAR (NIGHTCLUB)                                   
    Organized crime behind Island Lake games?  3/9/78 p.7
    Fire, legal action curb Tessie's business  3/30/78 p.34
    Trial date may be set Friday in Island Lake gambling raid 
        7/6/78 p.16
 
HARPER COLLEGE                                              
    Presidential search to stress academics  1/5/78 p.15
    Harper increases tuition  1/19/78 p.18
    Harper picks firm to update master plan  1/26/78 p.24
    Harper referendum could come this fall  1/26/78 p.9
    Candidate enters Harper race  2/9/78 p.100
    Committee to pick slate of Harper candidates  2/9/78 p.15
    Donation aids scholarship fund  2/9/78 p.38
    Women's center is open daily  2/9/78 p.34
    Fifty-eight candidates apply for president's post  2/16/78
        p.11
    Harper trustee charges committee is uninformed  2/16/78 p.11
    Harper panel tests "intellectual firepower"  3/2/78 p.18
    Harper panel picks 2 to run in April election  3/9/78 p.12
    Cookie may crumble in favor of Klussman  3/16/78 p.35
    Deep cuts in budget spark tax hike talk  3/16/78 p.54
    Harper wins speech tourney  3/23/78 p.38
    Balanced budget is goal of citizens' panel candidates 
        3/30/78 p.34
    Harper College board candidates pledge to attack financial
        deficits  3/30/78 p.33
    42 are still in running for top spot at Harper  4/6/78 p.18
    William Rainey Harper College  4/6/78 p.29
    "Jaws" no terror at Harper  4/13/78 p.42
    College awarded aesthetic grant  4/13/78 p.46
    Harper board picks Klussman  4/13/78 p.7
    Weber, Dasher win Harper board seats  4/13/78 p.7
    Lahti bills Harper College $1,400 for tax consultation 
        4/20/78 p.36
    Harper brass feels sting of Tomchek tongue  4/27/78 p.20
    Four in running for Harper chief  5/4/78 p.16
    Harper to bridge gap 'twixt kitchen and work  5/4/78 p.31
    Harper voters' choice: course cuts or tax hike  5/4/78 p.9
    Paper shufflers target of Harper task force  5/4/78 p.14
    Birkholz for president cry of classified staff  5/11/78 p.26
    Pepper builds Motorola office  5/18/78 p.76
    Referendum vote may come at Harper meet  5/18/78 p.9
    McGrath "right match" to take Harper reins  5/25/78 p.15
    McGrath moves into Harper leader's chair  6/1/78 p.18
    Professor earns faculty award  6/1/78 p.37
    Athletic director appointed dean  6/8/78 p.31
    Crane speaks to Harper grads  6/8/78 p.43
    Harper grads donate funds  6/8/78 p.41
    Harper interim president cited  6/8/78 p.43
    Harper may go to voters for tax increase  6/8/78 p.15
    Harper's Birkholz looks east  6/8/78 p.28
    Harper tax hike to go to voters by fall  6/15/78 p.19
    Deteriorating building a Harper headache  7/20/78 p.18
    Harper tax increase up for September 19 vote  7/20/78 p.14
    Harper must find $2 million to save campus  8/17/78 p.9
    Transfers from Harper make grade  8/24/78 p.49
    Harper using surplus to make ends meet  8/31/78 p.109
    Friends, foes prepare for Harper bond vote  9/7/78 p.6
    Work slowdown, strike loom as Harper teachers call meeting 
        9/7/78 p.6
    Harper College staff must hide their feelings about
        referendum  9/14/78 p.18
    Harper vote Tuesday  9/14/78 p.7
    Weak pipe led to beam fall at Harper: report  9/14/78 p.106
    Barrington voters help reject Harper College referendum 
        9/21/78 p.5
    Enrollment drop at Harper  9/21/78 p.22
    Harper teachers, board in contract settlement  9/21/78 p.24
    Harper may sell Arlington Heights campus  9/28/78 p.15
    Harper College test to determine beam's safety  10/5/78 p.30
    Budget cut of $500,000 faces college trustees  10/12/78 p.11
    ERA pugilists take ring one more time  10/19/78 p.10
    Harper board taking knife to expenses  10/19/78 p.14
    Harper College to spend $20,000 on beam study  10/19/78 p.7
    Women in combat?  10/19/78 p.10
    Enrollment drop means bigger Harper deficit  11/16/78 p.14
    Harper gym facilities to open to public use  11/16/78 p.20
    Placing the displaced - a special program  11/23/78 p.45
    Harper staff cuts seen to balance budget  12/7/78 p.22
    Displaced homemakers displaced by fund cuts  12/21/78 p.22
    Faculty union blasts Harper cutback plan  12/21/78 p.18
    Poll reveals faculty unrest over Harper pay scales 
        12/21/78 p.22
 
HARPER COLLEGE CITIZENS' COMMITTEE                          
    Harper trustee charges committee is uninformed  2/16/78 p.11
    Harper panel tests "intellectual firepower"  3/2/78 p.18
    Harper campaign leaders named to head "Citizens" slate 
        3/23/78 p.28
    Balanced budget is goal of citizens' panel candidates 
        3/30/78 p.34
 
HARRIS, PETRA                                               
    Educator's viewpoint of children to be topic of BACLD
        meeting  3/9/78 p.16
 
HAWLEY, ELIZABETH                                           
    Barrington has its roots in slower paced life  10/26/78 p.61
 
HAYTER, VIRGINIA                                            
    Theater plan appeals to Hoffman president  5/11/78 p.6
    Puzey-Hayter feud will resume Tuesday  7/6/78 p.18
 
HEALTH SYSTEMS AGENCY                                       
    Health agency funding okayed  5/18/78 p.30
    Agency sets health goals  5/25/78 p.34
    Director elected  6/1/78 p.33
    HSA forms speakers group  6/1/78 p.33
    Health board members elected  6/8/78 p.41
    Public outcry trims HSA family planning  12/7/78 p.122
    HSA votes to reinstate family plan references  12/21/78 p.16
 
HEART ASSOCIATION                                           
    Different strokes to benefit folks through 3-county Swim
        for Heart  7/6/78 p.35
 
HEATON, MARILYN B.                                          
    Barrington Saddlery, Inc.; Bruce Duchossois, Marilyn B.
        Heaton, and Frances Bowers, owners  8/24/78 p.83
 
HEBERT, VIC                                                 
    Farmers Insurance Group; Ed Douglas and Vic Hebert, owners 
        9/21/78 p.102
 
HEDDEN, GARY                                                
    Abe would have been proud of this log house  4/20/78 p.10
 
HEDDEN, LYNNE                                               
    Abe would have been proud of this log house  4/20/78 p.10
 
HEDLUND, OTIS                                               
    Harper campaign leaders named to head "Citizens" slate 
        3/23/78 p.28
 
HELFRICK, CHARLES                                           
    It's Hirst, Helfrick in library board election  4/13/78 p.7
    Roos is re-elected president of Barrington library board 
        5/11/78 p.105
    Library trustee tours NSLS  6/1/78 p.26
 
HELLMAN, DONNA                                              
    Old Barrington focus of new-look museum  3/23/78 p.15
 
HENDRICKSON, ALLAN J.                                       
    Police arrest two on theft charge  12/28/78 p.13
 
HENN, JEB                                                   
    Local artists in Up With People at Ravinia  6/29/78 p.64
    Keeping "Up with People" a hectic on-stage life  7/20/78
        p.10
 
HENRICKSEN, BRUCE                                           
    Henricksen is all-star gridder  4/6/78 p.42
 
HETLAND, THOMAS                                             
    Family returning from picnic injured in two-car accident 
        8/3/78 p.16
 
HETZEL, JOHN                                                
    Labor Day crash injures four persons  9/7/78 p.15
 
HILL, KERRY                                                 
    Local actress stars in musical  2/23/78 p.38
 
HILL, LEWIS W.                                              
    New RTA chief draws blast from Skinner  8/31/78 p.71
 
HINTON, JENNIFER                                            
    Barrington girl horse show winner  7/27/78 p.30
 
HIRST, ANN                                                  
    It's Hirst, Helfrick in library board election  4/13/78 p.7
    Roos is re-elected president of Barrington library board 
        5/11/78 p.105
 
HIRST, HOLLY                                                
    Barrington student goes to Washington  4/13/78 p.36
 
HOBAN, PAUL, FATHER                                         
    Priest gets $5,000 from estate  7/20/78 p.13
 
HODGEMAN, KATHLEEN                                          
    Barrington Family Physicians; Bruce Bell and Kathleen
        Hodgeman, owners  7/13/78 p.78
 
HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL.                                       
    BACOG, South Barrington eye Hoffman Estates zoning plan 
        2/16/78 p.15
    Ravinia-type complex proposed near here  4/20/78 p.5
    Theater plan appeals to Hoffman president  5/11/78 p.6
    Theater proposal may draw area opposition  5/11/78 p.14
    Hoffman planners near vote on music center  6/1/78 p.15
    City of Aurora said "no" to Nederlander  6/8/78 p.6
    Opposition to get shot at theater plan tonight  6/15/78 p.7
    Traffic barbs traded at hearing on theater  6/22/78 p.18
    Puzey-Hayter feud will resume Tuesday  7/6/78 p.18
    Violence commonplace at SIU theater: police  7/13/78 p.18
    Poplar Creek bill -- $7,425 and counting  7/20/78 p.5
    No public easement for Route 59 entrance to theater 
        7/27/78 p.11
    Poplar Creek fight tab hits the $20,000 mark  7/27/78 p.11
    Plan commission recommendation on theater due in 2 to 3
        weeks  8/3/78 p.12
    Hoffman planners endorse theater with changes  8/10/78 p.5
    Tollway commission may block theater path  8/17/78 p.5
    Hoffman orchestrates approval for music theater  8/24/78 p.7
    Villages in concert on lawsuit against theater  8/31/78 p.5
    Motion to dismiss towns' suit to be heard October 18 in
        Chicago  10/5/78 p.7
    Theater suit dismissal will be heard Friday  10/19/78 p.5
    Villages plan appeal to reverse theater ruling  10/26/78 p.7
    Homeowners join legal battle against theater  11/16/78 p.6
 
HOLBY, JOHN                                                 
    Bump leads to brawl, stabbing and death  5/18/78 p.14
 
HOLLIS, HERMAN E.                                           
    Memories, bullet holes linger from Baby Face  11/23/78 p.31
 
HOME OPPORTUNITY FOR PREGNANCY EXPERIENCE                   
    Midwives will have another day in court  6/22/78 p.16
 
HOMES FOR CHILDREN                                          
    Judge dismisses suit against home for girls  1/12/78 p.24
    Occupancy permit next hurdle for Applewood  2/9/78 p.12
 
HOPE, BOB                                                   
    Hope hidden from the press  9/14/78 p.19
 
HOPP, BRADLEY S.                                            
    BHS tennis players are seriously hurt in crash  6/22/78 p.5
    Tennis players bounce back from auto crash  9/7/78 p.7
 
HORNE, TED                                                  
    Lipofsky, Perille will not seek re-election to Barrington
        board  12/21/78 p.7
 
HORSES                                                      
    Hills teen rides to victory  7/20/78 p.65
    Barrington girl horse show winner  7/27/78 p.30
    Equine celebrities from Barrington  8/10/78 p.54
    Barrington girl wins riding prizes  10/19/78 p.31
    More races, more bucks, so trainers use "bute"  11/9/78 p.12
    New book targets drug abuse at racetracks  11/9/78 p.11
 
HOSPITALS                                                   
    Surgery needed on cancerous hospital costs  6/15/78 p.23
    Pepper Road medical facility proposal to be heard Wednesday
        7/13/78 p.12
    Lake Barrington opposes medical facility zoning  7/20/78
        p.13
 
HOUGH STREET SCHOOL                                         
    Hough's Rita Graham is somebody "special"  4/27/78 p.10
    Forward Z's key to success with ABC's  10/12/78 p.36
    Dear Santa: For Christmas, I wish the world…  12/21/78 p.25
 
HOUSES                                                      
    Will tell cost estimates for home improvements  2/2/78 p.66
    Bellingers settle out of court in North Barrington sewer
        suit  2/9/78 p.14
    Abe would have been proud of this log house  4/20/78 p.10
    Solar prophet sees sun as ray of energy hope  4/27/78 p.29
    Young couple restores old home to 1890s charm  6/29/78 p.45
    Homebuilder thinks big on a very small scale  8/17/78 p.58
    County collecting data for '79 assessments  10/26/78 p.20
 
HOUSING                                                     
    DiMucci to seek plat okay from area towns  1/19/78 p.5
    Local apartments go for $2 million  2/23/78 p.48
    Lineup of new homes to overlook golf course  3/16/78 p.88
    Pierson will appoint trustees to serve on housing panel 
        3/16/78 p.14
    South Barrington planners consider 94-acre subdivision 
        3/16/78 p.11
    Pierson names housing panel  3/30/78 p.13
    Condominium project draws two opponents  4/6/78 p.5
    Village files opposition to condo complex  4/27/78 p.13
    Three villages oppose 624-unit condo complex  5/4/78 p.10
    BYS offers housing service  5/11/78 p.32
    New housing plan is called "biased"  6/15/78 p.44
    NIPC adopts housing, water, land use plans  6/29/78 p.122
    Housing for senior citizens under study  10/5/78 p.13
 
HUBBARD, GEORGE                                             
    One man's work brightens inner vision of another  1/12/78
        p.62
 
HULTGREN, JIM                                               
    Ground-bound fliers take wing by radio  4/13/78 p.21
    Barrington Camera; Jim Hultgren, owner  12/21/78 p.85
 
HUNTER, JOHN O.                                             
    Hunter to head Grayslake college  7/27/78 p.34
 
HUNTING                                                     
    Young hunters learn safety  2/9/78 p.63
 
HUTCHINGS, PERRY                                            
    The Ice Man cometh to Barrington Arena  8/24/78 p.105
 
HUZAUGH, DOROTHEA                                           
    Old-fashion values keep life humming  9/14/78 p.40
 
HYLANDER, LENORA                                            
    Lake Zurich counselor feted for work  12/28/78 p.24
 
ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE                                     
    Stanley upset by phone rate hike request  2/9/78 p.39
 
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION                         
    County receives recreation grant  1/19/78 p.38
    Land acquisition grant awarded  1/19/78 p.38
    State approves grant for Crabtree addition  1/19/78 p.12
    Village to get more funds for purchase of campground 
        5/18/78 p.5
 
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT                      
    Personal portable best for dispatch program  4/6/78 p.12
 
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH                        
    Task force to establish practices for local health
        departments  5/4/78 p.41
 
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION                       
    State funds allocated to repair roads following winter
        damage  6/8/78 p.42
 
ILLINOIS HOOVED ANIMAL HUMANE SOCIETY                       
    Horse show to benefit animal humane society  7/6/78 p.102
 
ILLINOIS RAILROAD MUSEUM                                    
    Illinois Railroad Museum: A real whistle-stop  6/15/78 p.73
 
ILLINOIS YOUTH SERVICE BUREAU ASSOCIATION                   
    Project director hired for youth grant work  3/9/78 p.16
 
INDEPENDENT VOTERS OF ILLINOIS                              
    Voters group lauds Schaffer  6/1/78 p.33
 
INSECTS                                                     
    Move over mosquitoes, here comes black fly  8/3/78 p.6
    Screeching 'skeeters: is worse yet to come?  8/3/78 p.18
 
INTERACT (CLUB)                                             
    Teen dynamo keeps club on the move  7/6/78 p.25
 
INVENTORS                                                   
    His inventiveness nets escape from gravity  2/23/78 p.46
 
INVERNESS, ILL.                                             
    Inverness should annex DiMucci land: Puzey  4/6/78 p.19
    Inverness trustees tell their side of the feud  4/6/78 p.19
    Barrington Hills $18,000 filing fee shocks DiMucci  4/13/78
        p.11
    Villages have chance to mull condo project  4/13/78 p.10
    Inverness holds key to DiMucci proposal  4/20/78 p.12
    7 police departments assist at "near riot"  4/27/78 p.14
    Three villages oppose 624-unit condo complex  5/4/78 p.10
    Inverness swim pool can stay, but that fence has got to go 
        5/11/78 p.119
    Condo developer hopes to woo the opposition  5/25/78 p.15
    Lack of studies may stall condo meeting  6/1/78 p.109
    Inverness in another turnabout on condos  6/8/78 p.7
    Inverness in turnabout; Guss charges "payoff"  6/8/78 p.24
    Arrest Elmhurst man in Inverness burglary  6/15/78 p.16
    Threat of suit exists after condo rejection  6/15/78 p.5
    Puzey-Hayter feud will resume Tuesday  7/6/78 p.18
    Homebuilder thinks big on a very small scale  8/17/78 p.58
    Inverness man shoots at burglars in his home  9/7/78 p.16
 
INVESTORS DIVERSIFIED SERVICES, INC.                        
    IDS directors announce merger  10/12/78 p.85
 
ISLAND LAKE, ILL.                                           
    Organized crime behind Island Lake games?  3/9/78 p.7
    Judge to set trial date July 28 for 9 nabbed in gambling
        raid  7/13/78 p.14
    Eight guilty in gambling raid, are fined by circuit court
        judge  9/28/78 p.16
 
J.R. GOTTLIEB AND ASSOCIATES                                
    Construction crews clear way for two Gottlieb office
        buildings  12/28/78 p.24
 
JACKSON, MICHAEL                                            
    Couple charged with murder  11/9/78 p.38
 
JACOBS, JOHN                                                
    Young couple restores old home to 1890s charm  6/29/78 p.45
 
JACOBS, LAURIE                                              
    Young couple restores old home to 1890s charm  6/29/78 p.45
 
JAMES DEVELOPMENT COMPANY                                   
    James cited for using Miller Road entrance  1/12/78 p.14
 
JANE LANE (SUBDIVISION)                                     
    Barrington Hills scolds builders  8/10/78 p.29
 
JAYNE, SILAS                                                
    Graham played politics on Jayne case: Fonte  2/9/78 p.6
    Graham says he didn't influence Jayne release  2/9/78 p.6
 
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES                                         
    Church will send letters of protest  10/12/78 p.28
 
JEPPSEN, CARRIE                                             
    Brother, sister have a lot to talk about  7/6/78 p.14
 
JEPPSEN, DON                                                
    Brother, sister have a lot to talk about  7/6/78 p.14
 
JEPPSEN, JULIUS                                             
    Brother, sister have a lot to talk about  7/6/78 p.14
 
JOHN PAUL II, POPE                                          
    Seeing was believing for Eleanor Mirocha  11/2/78 p.14
 
JOHNSON, GARY                                               
    Preliminary hearing in drug bust is continued until July 19
        7/6/78 p.19
 
JOHNSON, GEORGE                                             
    Johnsons to celebrate anniversary  6/1/78 p.58
 
JOHNSON, RUTH                                               
    Johnsons to celebrate anniversary  6/1/78 p.58
 
JORDAN, HELEN                                               
    Acceptance first goal of female patrolman  8/24/78 p.14
 
JOURNALISTS                                                 
    Threlkeld hoists anchor for CBS news show  6/1/78 p.7
 
JOYCE, RICK                                                 
    New royalty in town: queen crowns spoof king  7/13/78 p.22
 
JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT                                          
    For teen tycoons, profit seen in achievement  1/12/78 p.25
 
JUNIOR CENTER OF THE INFANT WELFARE SOCIETY OF CHICAGO      
    Their interest centers on infant welfare  4/20/78 p.59
 
KANA, STEPHANIE                                             
    Two arrested in South Barrington drug bust  6/29/78 p.5
    State drops charges against 2 men arrested  8/10/78  p. 17
 
KANE, JOEY                                                  
    Joey's memory lives at Countryside School  5/11/78 p.15
    Countryside children remember their friend  6/22/78 p.10
 
KASPER, ROBERT E., DR.                                      
    Pastor marks 25th anniversary  6/29/78 p.26
 
KEESEE, HERBERT                                             
    Tower Lakes police arrest naked swimmer  7/13/78 p.13
 
KEISLER, MELISSA                                            
    Freak mishap kills baby girl  9/21/78 p.13
 
KELLY, JUDY                                                 
    Country House; Sandy Tannert, Adrienne Clark, Cathie
        Metzler, Judy Kelly, and Carole Olson, owners  
        10/12/78 p.84
 
KELSEY, R.J. "BUD"                                          
    Barrington accounting firm expands in merger  10/12/78 p.85
 
KEMPE, JAMES                                                
    Three incumbents uncertain whether to enter Hills race 
        12/28/78 p.16
 
KEMPER INSURANCE COMPANIES                                  
    BHS students tour Kemper  2/9/78 p.19
    BYS stresses career education  3/9/78 p.86
 
KEMPER PARK                                                 
    Dundee parks make bid to annex Hills site  5/25/78 p.50
 
KENNETH C. GROM STUDIO                                      
    Scholarships won by five pianists  6/8/78 p.65
 
KILLIAN, DONALD J.                                          
    Killian named to advisory post  4/13/78 p.29
 
KIRK CENTER GIRL SCOUTS                                     
    Kirk Center scouts -- small badges, big merit  6/1/78 p.35
 
KISSINGER, HENRY                                            
    Kissinger to attend fund-raiser  6/8/78 p.45
    Kissinger fetes Bob, takes shots at Jimmy  7/20/78 p.110
 
KLEIN, GREGORY L., REV.                                     
    New high school principal named  6/8/78 p.34
 
KLEIN, LEWIS                                                
    Three incumbents uncertain whether to enter Hills race 
        12/28/78 p.16
 
KLEPAK, ROBERT                                              
    Candidate will run unopposed  2/9/78 p.34
    Klepak quits campaign; Democrats mull replacement  4/13/78
        p.19
    Dems pick psychiatrist to meet Crane in a fall  7/20/78
        p.102
    Klepak has 30 months to think about his "moment of greed" 
        8/3/78 p.18
 
KLINGENBERG, WILLIAM                                        
    Present enjoys guided tour of Barrington's past  6/15/78
        p.21
    Barrington has its roots in slower paced life  10/26/78 p.61
 
KLUSACEK, JOSEPH                                            
    Honored at parties  11/2/78 p.73
 
KLUSSMAN, JOAN                                              
    Cookie may crumble in favor of Klussman  3/16/78 p.35
    Harper board picks Klussman  4/13/78 p.7
 
K-MART                                                      
    K-mart to open soon locally  3/23/78 p.73
 
KOS, SANDRA                                                 
    ERA: End or beginning of women's rights?  5/11/78 p.53
 
KRAEGLER, SUE                                               
    BYS stresses career education  3/9/78 p.86
 
KRIEMELMEYER, JOHN                                          
    Libertarians offer an alternative to griping  10/12/78 p.19
 
KUCERA, SUZANNE                                             
    Photographers win awards  5/11/78 p.30
 
LA MAGDELEINE, E.J.                                         
    Candidate for county sheriff takes firm stand against
        prostitution  1/12/78 p.34
 
LA SALLE EXPEDITION II                                      
    "LaSalle" returns to bring history to life  2/9/78 p.11
 
LABUY ESTATE (SUBDIVISION)                                  
    DiMucci to seek plat okay from area towns  1/19/78 p.5
    Golf course at LaBuy estate?  DiMucci willing to discuss it
        1/19/78 p.5
    Golf course idea opposed by trustee  1/26/78 p.9
 
LADD, PETER                                                 
    Teacher's car an object for kids' frustrations?  8/17/78 p.6
 
LAGESCHULTE, JACK                                           
    Local builder wins Design '78 award  12/21/78 p.88
 
LAGESCHULTE, WENDY                                          
    Scoliosis  3/9/78 p.10
 
LAHTI, ROBERT                                               
    Lahti bills Harper College $1,400 for tax consultation 
        4/20/78 p.36
 
LAKE BARRINGTON                                             
    Youngsters say final goodbye to classmate  6/1/78 p.6
    Tragedy sparks park interest in boating law  6/22/78 p.11
 
LAKE BARRINGTON ASSOCIATES                                  
    Lineup of new homes to overlook golf course  3/16/78 p.88
 
LAKE BARRINGTON INDUSTRIAL PARK                             
    Failing filter fields draw county attention  9/21/78 p.23
    Industry park facelift target of association  10/26/78 p.9
 
LAKE BARRINGTON INN (RESTAURANT)                            
    Lake Barrington Inn: no frills, just good food  11/16/78
        p.73
 
LAKE BARRINGTON SHORES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)            
    Joint traffic meeting tonight  1/5/78 p.6
    James cited for using Miller Road entrance  1/12/78 p.14
    James proposals give towns food for thought  1/12/78 p.7
    North Barrington approves $1,750 for land study  1/26/78
        p.17
    Safety should dictate change in Miller plans  1/26/78 p.7
    Villages voice demands for Shores changes  2/2/78 p.14
    Zoeller calls for light at Miller  2/9/78 p.20
    Planner offers changes to LBS access map  2/16/78 p.14
    Villages see center; will meet again Friday  2/23/78 p.18
    Access roads' battle heads into overtime  3/2/78 p.12
    Move center or lose Kelsey access: villages  3/2/78 p.12
    Shores to get Kelsey, Miller access roads  3/9/78 p.6
    Lineup of new homes to overlook golf course  3/16/78 p.88
    Lake Barrington Shores asked to share in cost of Miller
        traffic study  5/25/78 p.18
    Lake Barrington won't share cost of study  7/6/78 p.12
    Shores condo owner raps village, developer  7/20/78 p.14
    Miller access size concerns neighbors  7/27/78 p.15
    Irate condo owners will conform to village request... next
        time  8/20/78 p.16
    Lake Barrington Shores wins housing design competition 
        11/2/78 p.98
    Village attorney will probe condo permits  11/16/78 p.12
    Lake Barrington clears builders in inspection  12/7/78 p.124
 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                                       
    Joint traffic meeting tonight  1/5/78 p.6
    Lake Barrington forms committee to study more about BACOG 
        1/5/78 p.16
    James proposals give towns food for thought  1/12/78 p.7
    Lake Barrington won't share cost of study  7/6/78 p.12
    Lake Barrington opposes medical facility zoning  7/20/78
        p.13
    Shores condo owner raps village, developer  7/20/78 p.14
    Proposed industrial park draws opposition  7/27/78 p.7
    Irate condo owners will conform to village request... next
        time  8/20/78 p.16
    Dutch Elm disease concern of Lake Barrington residents 
        8/24/78 p.49
    Water main break quiets area phones  8/24/78 p.17
    BACOG still under microscope  10/5/78 p.15
    Lake Barrington, BACOG to meet in November  10/5/78 p.12
    Industry park facelift target of association  10/26/78 p.9
    Lake Barrington Shores wins housing design competition 
        11/2/78 p.98
    Lake Barrington should join BACOG: Hansen  11/2/78 p.13
    Parley throws BACOG ball to Lake Barrington  11/16/78 p.7
    Village attorney will probe condo permits  11/16/78 p.12
    BACOG reps will visit Lake Barrington  12/7/78 p.20
    Lake Barrington clears builders in inspection  12/7/78 p.124
 
LAKE COUNTY CITIZENS CRIME COMMISSION                       
    Citizens' group opposes state legalized gambling  6/8/78
        p.30
 
LAKE COUNTY COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM                           
    Two agencies join United Way  7/6/78 p.26
 
LAKE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE                    
    Democratic central committee to elect Lake County chairman 
        3/30/78 p.28
 
LAKE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    County receives recreation grant  1/19/78 p.38
    Land acquisition grant awarded  1/19/78 p.38
    Forest preserve supervisor cited  1/26/78 p.32
    Forest preserve picks supervisor  2/16/78 p.29
    Lake county youths may apply for employment corps  2/23/78
        p.38
 
LAKE COUNTY MUSEUM                                          
    Lake County Museum plans barn raising  4/27/78 p.38
 
LAKE COUNTY PLAN COMMISSION                                 
    County planners nix Route 53 second time  4/27/78 p.6
 
LAKE COUNTY REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION                    
    Lake Zurich, BACOG strive to put limits on growth  5/11/78
        p.18
    Growth control catches on at the county level  5/18/78 p.41
 
LAKE COUNTY UNITED WAY                                      
    Lake County United Way allots $1,370,842 to local agencies 
        6/8/78 p.42
 
LAKE COUNTY YOUTH SERVICE BUREAU                            
    Two agencies join United Way  7/6/78 p.26
 
LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Lake County clarifies rabies control law  1/12/78 p.33
    Septic sludge haulers tell mountain of woes  1/12/78 p.46
    County board hopeful would restrict growth  2/9/78 P.37
    Gurnee woman says she'll run for board  2/9/78 p.56
    County offers short-term septic sludge solutions  2/16/78
        p.36
    Lake County scratches Route 53 from plan  3/16/78 p.7
    Route 53 is down, but don't count it out yet  3/23/78 p.19
    GOP candidate thanks voters  4/6/78 p.36
    Anderson won't run as Democrat in Lake County board
        election  4/13/78 p.19
    Closing of military installations means loss of income in
        county  6/1/78 p.30
    County earns excellence award  7/13/78 p.24
    Democrats look at Republican as county board candidate 
        8/3/78 p.19
    County official raps planner  12/7/78 p. 123
    Robin elected to board; Geary reviews his term  12/7/78 p.16
    Lake County will fund part of villages' gridding  12/28/78
        p.6
 
LAKE COUNTY, ILL.--HISTORY                                  
    Descendents of pioneers recall the good earth  5/25/78 p.41
 
LAKE ZURICH HIGH SCHOOL                                     
    Lake Zurich counselor feted for work  12/28/78 p.24
 
LAKE ZURICH, ILL.                                           
    Lake Zurich paramedic chief is fired in a 5-1 vote  5/4/78
        p.12
    Forrest asks Lake Zurich to reconsider Cochrane firing 
        5/11/78 p.9
    Lake Zurich, BACOG strive to put limits on growth  5/11/78
        p.18
    Wedding bash becomes melee  7/27/78 p.18
 
LAKES SOUTH BARRINGTON (SUBDIVISION)                        
    South Barrington okays four new subdivisions  8/24/78 p.39
 
LAKEWOOD FOREST PRESERVE                                    
    Descendents of pioneers recall the good earth  5/25/78 p.41
 
LAND USE                                                    
    Land use suggestions next step  1/12/78 p.23
    Hills land use plan takes unit approach  2/16/78 p.12
    Project review agency to get BACOG input  3/2/78 p.6
    Retaining farm tracts concern of residents  3/9/78 p.14
    Inverness should annex DiMucci land: Puzey  4/6/78 p.19
    Inverness trustees tell their side of the feud  4/6/78 p.19
    Barrington Hills $18,000 filing fee shocks DiMucci  4/13/78
        p.11
    Inverness holds key to DiMucci proposal  4/20/78 p.12
    Allstate, theater plans to get BACOG scrutiny  4/27/78 p.6
    Developer donation law looms on horizon  4/27/78 p.12
    Village files opposition to condo complex  4/27/78 p.13
    Three villages oppose 624-unit condo complex  5/4/78 p.10
    Lake Zurich, BACOG strive to put limits on growth  5/11/78
        p.18
    Students like DiMucci plan at lesser density  5/11/78 p.10
    Theater plan appeals to Hoffman president  5/11/78 p.6
    Theater proposal may draw area opposition  5/11/78 p.14
    Growth control catches on at the county level  5/18/78 p.41
    Hills master plan ready for public view  6/1/78 p.108
    NIPC adopts housing, water, land use plans  6/29/78 p.122
    Hills commission recommends adoption of new master plan 
        7/13/78 p.18
    Barrington Hills board adopts new master plan  8/31/78 p.102
    Correction to story of 8/31/78  9/7/78 p.18
    Deer Park seeks input on recreational needs  9/21/78 p.11
    Hills board delays vote on subdivision moratorium  11/2/78
        p.11
    Hills board acts to save its "five-acre heritage"  11/9/78
        p.5
    Land swap ends dispute over easement  11/9/78 p.9
 
LANDMARK (RESTAURANT)                                       
    Landmark restaurant closed: may become retail center, pub 
        10/19/78 p.14
    Former restaurant site may be new home for Skokie Federal
        Savings  12/7/78 p.14
 
LANDOLT, RUDOLPH F.                                         
    Elected to board  4/6/78 p.26
 
LATHROP, ROBERT                                             
    Snowmobile ride ends with arrest of driver  1/5/78 p.16
    Snowmobile operator is fined $60 by judge  3/16/78 p.15
 
LAW                                                         
    Lake County clarifies rabies control law  1/12/78 p.33
    Local men seek judge's post  2/2/78 p.28
    Bellingers settle out of court in North Barrington sewer
        suit  2/9/78 p.14
    Crane bill would compensate fed lawsuit winners  2/9/78 p.63
    Court awards damages in dog bite case  2/16/78 p.13
    Charges against Quaker dismissed  3/9/78 p.88
    Campground trial to start May 8  3/16/78 p.5
    Developer donation law looms on horizon  4/27/78 p.12
    School aid bill "in big trouble" in Springfield  5/25/78 p.5
    Condition of attorney's land riles Berry Road neighbors 
        6/8/78 p.14
    "Crafty lawyer" takes on a new opponent  6/15/78 p.16
    Nuisance law earns village board approval  6/15/78 p.7
    Teens to let hair down during Youth in Action convention 
        6/15/78 p.57
    Court closing hassle for police, residents  6/29/78 p.123
    Fight against theater will continue in court  9/14/78 p.6
    Theater construction halt will be requested  9/21/78 p.7
    Motion to dismiss towns' suit to be heard October 18 in
        Chicago  10/5/78 p.7
    Courts assigned new boundaries  10/19/78 p.43
    Court compels paper to surrender notebook  12/21/78 p.6
    U.S. law guarantees education to most severely handicapped 
        12/21/78 p.15
 
LAWLER, JEFF                                                
    Patrolman is injured in fracas at station  1/26/78 p.16
 
LAWYERS                                                     
    Brody will run for Circuit Court  2/9/78 p.77
    McHenry couple gets $1.5 million after crash  3/30/78 p.36
    Poplar Creek bill -- $7,425 and counting  7/20/78 p.5
    South Barrington trustees stand against theater  7/20/78 p.7
    Poplar Creek Theater legal tab approaches the $30,000 mark 
        8/31/78 p.109
    Villages in concert on lawsuit against theater  8/31/78 p.5
    Theater attorney asks dismissal of lawsuits  10/12/78 p.15
    Theater suit dismissal will be heard Friday  10/19/78 p.5
    Villages plan appeal to reverse theater ruling  10/26/78 p.7
    "We're not worried," theater lawyer says  11/23/78 p.5
 
LE STARGE, LAWRENCE B.                                      
    Call of church takes BHS grad "down under"  8/24/78 p.25
 
LEBAR, TERRI                                                
    4-H king, queen crowned at fair  8/10/78 p.24
 
LEBAR, THERESA                                              
    Area resident a 4-H winner  11/16/78 p.26
 
LEGEAR, ROBERT                                              
    Hearing set on vandalism  12/28/78 p.90
 
LEON, TENNESSA                                              
    Local student elected to post  4/6/78 p.36
    Local delegates attend congress  5/11/78 p.41
 
LESTARGE, BRIAN L.                                          
    Teen earns Eagle Scout badge  2/2/78 p.27
 
LEVENS, MARALYN                                             
    First fatality recorded on Route 62  2/9/78 p.16
 
LEWIS, BRIAN                                                
    Photographers win awards  5/11/78 p.30
 
LEWIS, MARK                                                 
    Stained Glass of Barrington; Mark Lewis, owner  6/22/78 p.76
 
LEWIS, REID H.                                              
    "LaSalle" returns to bring history to life  2/9/78 p.11
 
LIBERTARIAN PARTY                                           
    Libertarians offer an alternative to griping  10/12/78 p.19
 
LIBRARIES                                                   
    Books donated to high school  1/19/78 p.38
    Library service ideas wanted  5/18/78 p.39
 
LIEN, STEVEN M.                                             
    Arrest Elmhurst man in Inverness burglary  6/15/78 p.16
 
LINDBERG, BERNADETTE                                        
    Splitting cost no way to solve this problem  7/13/78 p.40
    A mother's concern turns to study and work for research 
        9/14/78 p.64
 
LINDBERG, KERMIT                                            
    Splitting cost no way to solve this problem  7/13/78 p.40
 
LINES SCHOOL                                                
    Painless [blood donation]  4/27/78 p.18
    Three-week study in France open to Lines 5th, 6th graders 
        5/18/78 p.18
    Teacher's car an object for kids' frustrations?  8/17/78 p.6
    Fourth teacher slated for Lines 3rd grade  11/23/78 p.14
 
LIPAN, KATHY                                                
    Couple charged with murder  11/9/78 p.38
 
LIPOFSKY, HAROLD                                            
    Pierson names housing panel  3/30/78 p.13
    Lipofsky leads Rotary Club  8/10/78 p.13
    Lipofsky, Perille will not seek re-election to Barrington
        board  12/21/78 p.7
 
LIQUOR LAWS                                                 
    Liquor license issue may be resolved Monday  1/19/78 p.5
    Liquor license talks postponed two weeks  1/26/78  p.14
 
LONG GROVE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST                          
    At 130, church still breathes life of community  6/8/78 p.36
 
LOOK, EDWARD                                                
    Edward Look dies at age 75  10/19/78 p.20
 
LUTZ, NANCY                                                 
    BHS coed wins merit scholarship  5/4/78 p.13
 
MACARTHUR, ALEXANDER                                        
    True to his word, MacArthur returns  7/20/78 p.20
    MacArthur sways peers to review soils proposal  12/21/78 p.5
 
MACDOUGAL, PAT                                              
    She makes relocating a "welcome" experience  1/26/78 p.12
 
MACKIMM, MARK                                               
    Unilateral not part of MacKimm vocabulary  4/20/78 p.18
    BHS police counselor to be studied Sept. 19  8/31/78 p.5
 
MAIBEN, DEAN                                                
    Maiben challenges conference cost survey  8/24/78 p.15
 
MARSHALL, CHARLES                                           
    BADC sets annual meeting for June 8  6/1/78 p.13
 
MARSHALL, LAURA                                             
    Free wheeling competition a ball for athlete  8/10/78 p.21
 
MARSTON, KEITH                                              
    BHS tennis players are seriously hurt in crash  6/22/78 p.5
    Tennis players bounce back from auto crash  9/7/78 p.7
 
MARTENS, HAROLD                                             
    Martens resting after surgery  8/17/78 p.18
 
MARTIN, JACOB                                               
    Barrington builders desire major grocery store  12/21/78
        p.10
 
MARX, WINIFRED                                              
    Winifred Marx: Since 1877, home was here  11/9/78 p.13
 
MATIJEVICH, JOHN S.                                         
    Democratic central committee to elect Lake County chairman 
        3/30/78 p.28
 
MCCLORY, ROBERT                                             
    Verbic disappointed; McClory won't debate  2/9/78 p.40
    Vote records show McClory consistency  2/9/78 p.35
    Representative McClory discloses finances  2/16/78 p.47
    Verbic raps McClory, Washington attitude  2/23/78 p.26
    Fox cleanup is possible, McClory says  3/9/78 p.22
    12th Congressional District--Republican  3/16/78 p.47
    Anderson loses; McClory wins  3/23/78 p.5
    Canal treaty, amnesty for aliens rejected by 13th District
        residents  3/30/78 p.30
    Limit campaign costs, Steffen says  5/18/78 p.38
    Seniors rate McClory near top  6/1/78 p.32
    Kissinger to attend fund-raiser  6/8/78 p.45
    McClory fails to react to needs of area: Steffen  6/8/78
        p.79
    McClory opposes time extension to ratify ERA  6/8/78 p.31
    Kissinger fetes Bob, takes shots at Jimmy  7/20/78 p.110
    Chamber sets annual meeting for September 30  9/14/78 p.13
    Steffen raps holiday bill  6/1/78 p.30
    McClory campaigns with expert help  8/31/78 p.110
 
MCCONVILLE, MIKE                                            
    McConville is Coach of the Year  11/23/78 p.121
 
MCCRINDLE, DONALD H.                                        
    Porn trial delayed again  11/23/78 p.16
 
MCDONALD'S (RESTAURANT)                                     
    McDonald's and village to square off in court?  7/27/78 p.12
    McDonald's will request variance for arches  8/3/78 p.11
    Resident's parents flying here, courtesy of Ronald McDonald
        8/24/78 p.6
    Zoning board rejects McDonald's variation  9/7/78 p.14
    Golden arches must be down in 120 days  9/28/78 p.14
 
MCGLADREY HENDRICKSON AND COMPANY                           
    Barrington accounting firm expands in merger  10/12/78 p.85
 
MCGLADREY, HANSEN, DUNN AND COMPANY                         
    Barrington accounting firm expands in merger  10/12/78 p.85
 
MCGRATH, JAMES                                              
    Board's made choice, but mum's the word  5/18/78 p.100
    McGrath "right match" to take Harper reins  5/25/78 p.15
    McGrath moves into Harper leader's chair  6/1/78 p.18
    Harper vote Tuesday  9/14/78 p.7
 
MCHENRY COUNTY CONSERVATION DISTRICT                        
    Keeping 'em down on the farm not hard at all  11/23/78 p.26
 
MCHENRY COUNTY, ILL.                                        
    Haeger bridge study draws hoots, hollers  4/6/78 p.11
    Haeger bridge study approved in 13-3 vote  4/20/78 p.16
 
MCKNIGHT, CHARLIE                                           
    Bump leads to brawl, stabbing and death  5/18/78 p.14
 
MCLEAN, DON                                                 
    Weather, stairs don't keep him from transportation hearing 
        1/19/78 p.16
 
MCLEAR, CHAR                                                
    McLear no stranger to Open course  7/20/78 p.103
 
MEAD, MARGARET                                              
    Marriage on the decline, says anthropologist  5/4/78 p.42
 
MEADOWS (SUBDIVISION)                                       
    South Barrington okays four new subdivisions  8/24/78 p.39
 
MEALS WITH WHEELS                                           
    Meals with Wheels program notes anniversary, volunteers 
        6/15/78 p.60
 
MEDICARE                                                    
    Medicare hikes insurance rate  7/6/78 p.36
 
MEIER, WILLIAM                                              
    Pilot safe in plane crash  12/28/78 p.18
 
MELLANDER, GUSTAVO                                          
    Board's made choice, but mum's the word  5/18/78 p.100
    McGrath "right match" to take Harper reins  5/25/78 p.15
 
MENTALLY HANDICAPPED                                        
    Wings clipped, they turn to helping the retarded  9/21/78
        p.79
 
MERI LYNN SCHOOL OF DANCE                                   
    Ballet group gives $300 to library  9/21/78 p.38
 
MERONI, CHARLES T.                                          
    Youth apparent suicide victim  1/12/78 p.18
 
MERTENS, GORDON, JR.                                        
    Mertens hurt in second prison escape attempt  1/26/78 p.5
    Mertens pleads "not guilty" in escape attempt  2/2/78 p.13
    Mertens trial is postponed  3/23/78 p.19
    Mertens pleads guilty, gets two more years  4/20/78 p.11
    Sergel, Panker trial dates to be set soon  6/22/78 p.7
    Mertens free on bond  8/10/78 p.18
 
MERTENS, GORDON, SR.                                        
    Sergel, Panker trial dates to be set soon  6/22/78 p.7
 
MERTENS, MARCELLA                                           
    Sergel, Panker trial dates to be set soon  6/22/78 p.7
 
MERTENS, ROBERT                                             
    Sergel, Panker trial dates to be set soon  6/22/78 p.7
    Mertens free on bond  8/10/78 p.18
 
METROPOLITAN SANITARY DISTRICT                              
    NIPC water quality plan opposed by MSD  4/20/78 p.36
    MSD establishes flood relief hotline  6/8/78 p.41
 
METZLER, CATHIE                                             
    Country House; Sandy Tannert, Adrienne Clark, Cathie
        Metzler, Judy Kelly, and Carole Olson, owners  
        10/12/78 p.84
 
MEYER, ALLAN K.                                             
    Meyer quits as Hills police chief  3/9/78 p.5
 
MEYER, RANDY                                                
    Court compels paper to surrender notebook  12/21/78 p.6
 
MICHELIN, BARBARA                                           
    Teens at life crossroad find health direction  5/11/78 p.44
 
MIDWIVES                                                    
    Midwives will have another day in court  6/22/78 p.16
 
MIELKE, JOHN                                                
    Preliminary hearing in drug bust is continued until July 19
        7/6/78 p.19
 
MILLER, ERIC G.                                             
    Police arrest two on theft charge  12/28/78 p.13
 
MILLER, GLENN                                               
    Candidates campaign together in 5th District  2/23/78 p.45
    Tie with Graham may have cost Anderson  3/30/78 p.6
 
MILLER, MARGO                                               
    Taking wing  6/8/78 p.22
 
MILLER, ROBERT                                              
    Miller's Country Carpet; Robert Miller, owner  1/12/78 p.74
 
MILLER'S COUNTRY CARPET                                     
    Miller's Country Carpet; Robert Miller, owner  1/12/78 p.74
 
MIROCHA, ELEANOR                                            
    Seeing was believing for Eleanor Mirocha  11/2/78 p.14
 
MISERICORDIA (CHILDREN'S HOME)                              
    Killian named to advisory post  4/13/78 p.29
 
MISS BARRINGTON PAGEANT                                     
    Record 14 entries will vie for pageant crown  6/8/78 p.12
    Big night near for 14 pageant entries  6/15/78 p.15
    Pageants more than swim suit, pretty face?  6/15/78 p.14
    Jill makes move from bridesmaid to queen  6/22/78 p.22
    Miss Barrington longs for return to Aurora  7/27/78 p.10
 
MITTELHAUSER, DEL                                           
    New chief due here in 2 months  7/20/78 p.5
    Two chiefs for village?  12/7/78 p.7
    Two police chiefs say power struggle unlikely  12/28/78 p.10
 
MODEL AIRPLANES                                             
    Ground-bound fliers take wing by radio  4/13/78 p.21
 
MOELLER, KEVIN                                              
    "We've had it," last words of Barrington pilot  12/7/78 p.5
 
MOELLER, MARY FRANCES                                       
    "We've had it," last words of Barrington pilot  12/7/78 p.5
 
MOIR, WILLIAM                                               
    Chef is no greenhorn at the new Greenery  9/7/78 p.68
    The Greenery; William Moir, owner  11/2/78 p.104
 
MONTESSORI SCHOOLS                                          
    New concept comes to day care  4/6/78 p.35
 
MOODY, JAN                                                  
    Everylife camp shows fun can be therapy  7/6/78 p.21
 
MOORE, SUSAN C.                                             
    Daughter of resident is slain in Palatine  5/18/78 p.12
 
MORGAN, CAROL                                               
    Wings clipped, they turn to helping the retarded  9/21/78
        p.79
 
MORTON, GARY                                                
    Barrington Liquors, Ltd.; Gary Morton, owner  1/26/78 p.72
 
MOSES, RENE                                                 
    Individual care is key to unlocking handicaps  2/16/78 p.25
 
MOTORCYCLES                                                 
    Cyclists setting wheels in motion for charity  10/5/78 p.33
 
MOTOROLA CORPORATION                                        
    Official charges Graham pressured radio bids  2/16/78 p.5
    Pepper builds Motorola office  5/18/78 p.76
 
MR. BARRINGTON PAGEANT                                      
    Barrington's first king to be crowned Saturday  7/6/78 p.12
    New royalty in town: queen crowns spoof king  7/13/78 p.22
 
MUGALIAN, RICHARD                                           
    Mugalian seeks lower sales tax  6/8/78 p.43
    Ela redesign foes missed good deal: Mugalian  11/9/78 p.9
    Graham, Mugalian vote for legislative pay hike  12/7/78 p.7
 
MULLEN, JEANETTE                                            
    Fonte appoints campaign chairmen  2/16/78 p.16
 
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT                                        
    Students getting ready to tackle the issues  4/27/78 p.16
    Step pay plan created for village employees  5/11/78 p.14
    Students like DiMucci plan at lesser density  5/11/78 p.10
    Maiben challenges conference cost survey  8/24/78 p.15
    Deer Park won't employ administrator  10/5/78 p.13
    Deer Park now has a part-time assistant  10/19/78 p.18
    Residents participate in governing themselves  10/26/78 p.62
    South Barrington board heeds cry for extra help  10/26/78
        p.15
    Filing date near for candidates  12/21/78 p.20
    Deer Park budget has money for part-time administrator 
        4/20/78 p.14
 
MUNICIPAL HOME RULE                                         
    Nelson may push for home rule referendum  5/25/78 p.5
 
MUNSON, SHIRLEY                                             
    Guss, Munson to head committee  2/2/78 p.12
    Cookie may crumble in favor of Klussman  3/16/78 p.35
 
MYERS, KAY                                                  
    Labor Day crash injures four persons  9/7/78 p.15
 
MYERS, THOMAS                                               
    Two arrested in South Barrington drug bust  6/29/78 p.5
    State drops charges against 2 men arrested  8/10/78  p. 17
 
NATION, CARRIE A.                                           
    Carrie Nation continues fight for state post  1/5/78 p.77
 
NATIONAL ALLIANCE OF SENIOR CITIZENS                        
    Seniors rate McClory near top  6/1/78 p.32
 
NATIONAL EXPLORER PRESIDENTS' CONGRESS                      
    Local delegates attend congress  5/11/78 p.41
 
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY                                      
    Honor Society students share brainpower  12/7/78 p.15
 
NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY                               
    Middle School NJHS inducts 28 new members  2/2/78 p.13
    Honors candidates  5/11/78 p.38
 
NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY OF BARRINGTON                       
    South Park preserve to be considered tonight  10/19/78 p.5
 
NAZIR, ALEXIS                                               
    McHenry couple gets $1.5 million after crash  3/30/78 p.36
 
NAZIR, NIAZ A.                                              
    McHenry couple gets $1.5 million after crash  3/30/78 p.36
 
NEDERLANDER CORPORATION                                     
    Hoffman planners near vote on music center  6/1/78 p.15
    City of Aurora said "no" to Nederlander  6/8/78 p.6
    Violence commonplace at SIU theater: police  7/13/78 p.18
    Plan commission recommendation on theater due in 2 to 3
        weeks  8/3/78 p.12
    Hoffman planners endorse theater with changes  8/10/78 p.5
    Opponents of theater keeping powder dry  8/17/78 p.14
    Tollway commission may block theater path  8/17/78 p.5
    Fight against theater will continue in court  9/14/78 p.6
    Theater construction halt will be requested  9/21/78 p.7
    Theater attorney asks dismissal of lawsuits  10/12/78 p.15
    Theater suit dismissal will be heard Friday  10/19/78 p.5
    Villages plan appeal to reverse theater ruling  10/26/78 p.7
    Homeowners join legal battle against theater  11/16/78 p.6
    "We're not worried," theater lawyer says  11/23/78 p.5
 
NELSON, "BABY FACE"                                         
    Memories, bullet holes linger from Baby Face  11/23/78 p.31
 
NELSON, DAVE                                                
    Fonte appoints campaign chairmen  2/16/78 p.16
    Bicycle patrol funding to be sought by Nelson  5/4/78 p.5
    Nelson may push for home rule referendum  5/25/78 p.5
 
NELSON, REBECCA                                             
    Memorial fund established  2/16/78 p.31
 
NENNI, PETER                                                
    Court compels paper to surrender notebook  12/21/78 p.6
 
NEVERS, IAN                                                 
    Swingers set sights on a world's record  8/24/78 p.7
    Swinger goes solo, gets into record book  8/31/78 p.7
    Ohio welcome refuge for swinger, family  9/7/78 p.14
    California "swingers" go one better than Ian  10/5/78 p.5
 
NEW LIFE LUTHERAN CHURCH                                    
    South Barrington to get church  8/24/78 p.24
 
NEWSPAPERS                                                  
    News staff takes national story, photo awards  3/2/78 p.5
    Courier's Baker takes prize for mental health writing 
        5/18/78 p.11
    Former Courier-Review editor, Les Paddock, dies in Florida 
        6/22/78 p.6
    Growth brings change in Courier newsroom  6/29/78 p.11
    Photographer joins news staff  7/27/78 p.13
    Barrington Press captures 11 state awards  9/28/78 p.7
    California "swingers" go one better than Ian  10/5/78 p.5
    Courier-Review in repeat as national champ  10/5/78 p.5
    They came, they saw, they heard about publicity [seminars
        at the Barrington Courier-Review]  10/19/78 p.55
    Court compels paper to surrender notebook  12/21/78 p.6
 
NIBBIO, NICK                                                
    Animator brings life to clay and classes  8/3/78 p.34
 
NICHOLSON, DENISE                                           
    Bizarre hit, run accident kills River Valley Gardens girl,
        19  5/11/78 p.7
    Hit and run accident baffles sheriff's police  6/22/78 p.16
 
NIMROD, JOHN                                                
    Senators criticized by Honesty Coalition  1/19/78 p.57
 
NOISE POLLUTION                                             
    Too cold, too much snow to test trains for noise  2/9/78
        p.14
 
NOOTBAR, RICHARD                                            
    BHS tennis players are seriously hurt in crash  6/22/78 p.5
    Tennis players bounce back from auto crash  9/7/78 p.7
 
NORTH BARRINGTON SCHOOL                                     
    North Barrington sixth graders go international for a day 
        2/2/78 p.25
    "Mrs. Tuttle, we all love you," her riders agree  7/6/78
        p.51
    Roast was surprise and toast of his life  11/23/78 p.18
 
NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Joint traffic meeting tonight  1/5/78 p.6
    Forrest is pleased by village progress in '77  1/12/78 p.16
    James proposals give towns food for thought  1/12/78 p.7
    North Barrington approves $1,750 for land study  1/26/78
        p.17
    Like a good neighbor, North Barrington is there  3/23/78
        p.18
    Forrest asks Lake Zurich to reconsider Cochrane firing 
        5/11/78 p.9
    Grid system "compromise" is North Barrington goal  5/25/78
        p.20
    Lake Barrington Shores asked to share in cost of Miller
        traffic study  5/25/78 p.18
    Budget crunch faces North Barrington board  6/29/78 p.17
    Lake Barrington won't share cost of study  7/6/78 p.12
    Splitting cost no way to solve this problem  7/13/78 p.40
    Treasurer's account  7/27/78 p.98
    Forrest says realtor trying to break zoning  8/3/78 p.6
    Missing legal bills -- are they really missing?  8/24/78
        p.20
    Water main break quiets area phones  8/24/78 p.17
    How much is enough? [North Barrington surplus funds] 
        8/31/78 p.19
    North Barrington asks vandals to return stolen street signs
        9/7/78 p.12
    A mother's concern turns to study and work for research 
        9/14/78 p.64
    There's an old spinning wheel in her parlor  9/21/78 p.77
    State supports village in wake of audit flap  9/28/78 p.20
    What's in a name?  It's to woman's credit  10/12/78 p.21
    Filing date near for candidates  12/21/78 p.20
    North Barrington woman seeks help for refugees  12/21/78
        p.111
    Park district, town hall for North Barrington?  12/28/78
        p.12
 
NORTH SUBURBAN LIBRARY SYSTEM                               
    Library trustee tours NSLS  6/1/78 p.26
 
NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS PLANNING COMMISSION                   
    Funding for Route 53 now rests with NIPC  4/13/78 p.18
    NIPC water quality plan opposed by MSD  4/20/78 p.36
    Lake Zurich, BACOG strive to put limits on growth  5/11/78
        p.18
    Growth control catches on at the county level  5/18/78 p.41
    NIPC asks citizen input on plans for opposed Route 53
        extension  6/1/78 p.14
    Applause speaks louder at hearing on Route 53  6/15/78 p.11
    Clean water goal, but getting it may be tough  6/22/78 p.18
    NIPC adopts housing, water, land use plans  6/29/78 p.122
    NIPC verdict on Route 53 is due July 11  7/6/78 p.19
    NIPC staff gives "conditional" support to extension of
        Route 53  7/13/78 p.5
    NIPC sets July 27 vote on proposed Route 53 extension 
        7/20/78 p.19
    53 project the answer, says IDOT planner  8/3/78 p.14
    Final 208 revisions up for last review  10/26/78 p.24
    Tower Lakes President Cy Wagner reelected NIPC chief 
        10/26/78 p.15
 
NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS REPUBLICAN COUNCIL                    
    New suburban GOP organization formed  2/9/78 p.69
    Suburban GOP calls for major RTA reform  3/30/78 p.38
 
NORTHERN ILLINIOS SPECIAL RECREATION ASSOCATION             
    Summer has fun in store for handicapped youngsters  2/16/78
        p.16
 
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY HOSPITAL                                
    Hospital a care-full place to begin life in world  3/9/78
        p.25
 
NORTHWEST MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE                              
    RTA to study transit needs of the elderly  3/30/78 p.36
    Temporary job placement bank created for seniors  4/13/78
        p.39
 
NOYES, JACK                                                 
    Barrington veterinarian given University of Illinois award 
        9/28/78 p.37
 
NURSERY ESTATES (SUBDIVISION)                               
    South Barrington okays four new subdivisions  8/24/78 p.39
 
OBERMAIER, GUY                                              
    Oddfellow Chimney Sweeps; Guy Obermaier and Wayne Sabbak,
        owners  4/6/78 p.25
 
O'CONNOR, ROGER                                             
    Photographer joins news staff  7/27/78 p.13
 
OCTAGON HOUSE                                               
    Present enjoys guided tour of Barrington's past  6/15/78
        p.21
    Theater, Hawley House may be landmarks  9/7/78 p.10
    Two buildings nominated, but landmark status still unknown 
        9/7/78 p.10
    Landmark still hoped for Catlow, Octagon  12/28/78 p.19
 
ODDFELLOW CHIMNEY SWEEPS                                    
    Oddfellow Chimney Sweeps; Guy Obermaier and Wayne Sabbak,
        owners  4/6/78 p.25
 
O'GRADY, ROBERT                                             
    Middle school loses "the best" - Bob O'Grady  10/12/78 p.6
    Fund established in memory of late teacher, Bob O'Grady 
        10/26/78 p.19
    Middle school faculty dedicates blood to O'Grady  11/16/78
        p.13
    O'Grady fund keeps growing  11/23/78 p.13
    O'Grady memory boosts blood drive close to goal  11/23/78
        p.14
 
OLD CHICAGO (AMUSEMENT PARK)                                
    Roller coaster ride proves a real test  5/25/78 p.21
 
OLD SCHOOL FOREST PRESERVE                                  
    County receives recreation grant  1/19/78 p.38
 
OLIVER, SAM                                                 
    Oliver earns BADC's annual service award  6/15/78 p.12
 
OLSON, CAROLE                                               
    Country House; Sandy Tannert, Adrienne Clark, Cathie
        Metzler, Judy Kelly, and Carole Olson, owners  
        10/12/78 p.84
 
OLSON, LANCE                                                
    News staff takes national story, photo awards  3/2/78 p.5
 
OPERATION JOB BOUND                                         
    Harper to bridge gap 'twixt kitchen and work  5/4/78 p.31
 
OSCAR (AWARD)                                               
    Our link with Tinseltown  3/23/78 p.63
 
OSTROWSKI, MICHAEL                                          
    Professor earns faculty award  6/1/78 p.37
 
OUTER PLANETS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                     
    Romano out, but who's in at Buehler estate in Barrington
        Hills?  6/22/78 p.14
 
OWINGS, MALCOLM                                             
    Barrington man aids campaign  7/13/78 p.25
 
OZONE                                                       
    Ozone monitoring unit here will have to wait until 1979 
        10/12/78 p.22
 
PADDOCK, LES                                                
    Former Courier-Review editor, Les Paddock, dies in Florida 
        6/22/78 p.6
 
PAGANICA (SUBDIVISION)                                      
    County blunder means revenue loss for Hills  7/27/78 p.12
    Hills sales tax mystery has yet to be solved  10/5/78 p.31
 
PALATINE REGULAR REPUBLICAN ORGANIZATION                    
    GOP group endorses  2/9/78 p.56
 
PALATINE TOWNSHIP REPUBLICAN ORGANIZATION                   
    Palatine GOP backs Graham in primary  2/2/78 p.12
 
PALATINE TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                     
    Road turned over to township  2/16/78 p.30
    Extra Palatine Township police patrol may get underway this
        summer  3/9/78 p.14
    East countryside will vote on police patrol  3/23/78 p.12
    Villages have chance to mull condo project  4/13/78 p.10
    East countryside police plan blocked by township  4/27/78
        p.7
    Palatine Township police patrol vote Saturday  5/4/78 p.6
    Added police patrol hinges on meeting with Cook officials 
        5/11/78 p.16
    Residents rap county; say no to police patrol  5/11/78 p.16
    Threat of suit exists after condo rejection  6/15/78 p.5
    Palatine Township police talks to resume tonight  6/29/78
        p.18
    Palatine Township gets lion's share of patrol  7/13/78 p.34
    Solutions to police patrol problems scarce  8/3/78 p.19
    Extra patrol is "insurance," but is it worth the cost? 
        9/14/78 p.35
    Night patrol: Sheriff a peacekeeper on township beat 
        9/14/78 p.34
 
PALATINE, ILL.                                              
    Who would care to walk a mile in his shoes?  2/2/78 p.15
    YMCA plan trimmed due to high costs  3/23/78 p.34
    Villages have chance to mull condo project  4/13/78 p.10
    Three villages oppose 624-unit condo complex  5/4/78 p.10
    Inverness in turnabout; Guss charges "payoff"  6/8/78 p.24
    Palatine renews talks with condo developer  6/29/78 p.22
    The Greeks know how to make a picnic sing with ethnic taste
        7/13/78 p.41
    "Good time" becomes nightmare; more than 30 fans fall from
        stand  9/28/78 p.5
    Bruised spines, backs predominant injuries  9/28/78 p.14
    Fremd bleachers were due to be replaced  9/28/78 p.5
    New set of bleachers is installed at Fremd  10/5/78 p.12
 
PANAMA CANAL                                                
    Crane rallies against treaties  2/9/78 p.77
    Canal treaty, amnesty for aliens rejected by 13th District
        residents  3/30/78 p.30
 
PANKER, WILLIAM                                             
    Trial dates set for Panker, accountant  1/5/78 p.13
    Sergel, Panker trial dates to be set soon  6/22/78 p.7
    Ill-health postpones trial  7/6/78 p.13
    Panker pleads guilty; must pay $18,000 to department of
        revenue  7/20/78 p.18
    Panker auditor guilty; fined $500 and costs  8/24/78 p.17
    Landmark restaurant closed: may become retail center, pub 
        10/19/78 p.14
 
PAQUET, ALLAN C.                                            
    Lake Barrington man killed in collision  1/26/78 p.13
 
PARAMEDICS                                                  
    Bill would allow paramedics to initiate emergency aid 
        3/30/78 p.30
    Lake Zurich paramedic chief is fired in a 5-1 vote  5/4/78
        p.12
    Forrest asks Lake Zurich to reconsider Cochrane firing 
        5/11/78 p.9
    Has the time arrived for a fifth paramedic?  6/8/78 p.5
    24-hour paramedic protection close at hand  6/29/78 p.5
    Cochrane a part-time fill-in for Barrington paramedic squad
        6/29/78 p.23
    Firemen want a hand in hiring paramedics  7/6/78 p.6
    Fire department may split to ease manpower crisis  7/13/78
        p.7
    Mobile intensive care program gains, loses one paramedic 
        8/10/78 p.5
    Fire department split should come in September  8/17/78 p.13
    No fires for paramedics firemen urge  9/14/78 p.9
    Paramedics deliver baby girl on way to Sherman  9/28/78 p.7
    Fire team reacts to save people  10/26/78 p.74
    "Knock on wood that we won't need paramedics"  12/28/78 p.6
 
PARKHILL (SUBDIVISION)                                      
    Road repair still at issue  11/23/78 p.126
 
PARKING                                                     
    Village to proceed with commuter lot project  1/26/78 p.6
    Village awards parking lot pacts; old depot will be moved
        May 1  3/30/78 p.5
    New shopping parking should be free: chamber  4/13/78 p.14
    Plan for handicapped parking to be revealed  6/22/78 p.6
 
PAULL, MICHAEL, REV.                                        
    At 130, church still breathes life of community  6/8/78 p.36
 
PAULSON COMPANY                                             
    Burglars take tools, cash from Paulson Lumber  9/14/78 p.10
 
PAULSON, DEANE                                              
    Paulson offers to abstain, not bid, but park attorney sees
        conflict  6/22/78 p.12
    State law aids new member of park board  7/13/78 p.20
 
PEDERSON, FRANK                                             
    Community loses a man for all people  2/2/78 p.6
 
PEEK, HOWARD                                                
    Police chief resigns; gets cleaning franchise  7/13/78 p.5
    New chief due here in 2 months  7/20/78 p.5
    Two sides to the story of "incompetent" cops  7/27/78 p.20
 
PELZ, MARIANA                                               
    Good neighbors help harvest widow's crop  11/23/78 p.5
 
PELZ, VICTOR                                                
    Farmer found dead in combine  11/9/78 p.6
    Good neighbors help harvest widow's crop  11/23/78 p.5
 
PEPPER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                                 
    Pepper takes masonry award  3/23/78 p.73
    Pepper builds Motorola office  5/18/78 p.76
 
PEPPER ROAD INDUSTRIAL PARK                                 
    Proposed industrial park draws opposition  7/27/78 p.7
    Hearing on "model" park continues Wednesday  8/24/78 p.11
    Fate of industrial park to be decided September 29  9/14/78
        p.79
    Industrial park verdict Friday  9/28/78 p.7
    County zoning board rejects industrial park  10/5/78 p.6
    County tables final action on industrial park  10/12/78 p.13
    County denies zoning plea for Pepper Industrial Park 
        11/16/78 p.14
    Developer plans court appeal of industrial park denial 
        11/23/78 p.12
 
PEPPER, RICHARD                                             
    Barrington builders desire major grocery store  12/21/78
        p.10
 
PERILLE, P. JAMES                                           
    Main Street takeover is pushed by Perille  1/12/78 p.10
    Residents should vote on major issues: Perille  2/2/78 p.17
    Perille quits library panel in protest of Maiben
        appointment  2/23/78 p.16
    Pierson names housing panel  3/30/78 p.13
    Lipofsky, Perille will not seek re-election to Barrington
        board  12/21/78 p.7
 
PERTL, WHITNEY                                              
    Fund set up at First National in name of teen killed in
        crash  3/30/78 p.12
 
PFEIFFER, TOM                                               
    Care and concern mark philosophy at Arden Shore Home 
        5/4/78 p.50
 
PHILLIPS MEN'S WEAR                                         
    Phillips Men's Wear; Peter Yankala, owner  5/11/78 p.84
 
PHOTOGRAPHERS                                               
    Photographer new to Courier staff  2/16/78 p.6
    Photographer joins news staff  7/27/78 p.13
 
PICKUP, JACK                                                
    Mobile intensive care program gains, loses one paramedic 
        8/10/78 p.5
 
PIERSON, A. KEITH                                           
    Pierson will appoint trustees to serve on housing panel 
        3/16/78 p.14
    Pierson names housing panel  3/30/78 p.13
    Residents participate in governing themselves  10/26/78 p.62
 
PINTO, SILVIO                                               
    Tender loving care formula for cuisine  4/13/78 p.47
 
PIPER, DANA                                                 
    They'll spend summer in England, Japan, Peru  6/8/78 p.18
 
PLACKO, PATRICIA                                            
    Accident claims woman's life at Barrington Road-68 crossing
        11/2/78 p.16
 
PLOZAY, GAIL                                                
    Teen dynamo keeps club on the move  7/6/78 p.25
 
POLICE                                                      
    Sky-high view  1/5/78 p.5
    Barrington Hills police double '76 fine share  1/12/78 p.16
    Added police patrol may come from county  1/26/78 p.18
    Central dispatch study to be completed soon  1/26/78 p.6
    Patrolman is injured in fracas at station  1/26/78 p.16
    Barrington Hills police get 5% salary increase  2/2/78 p.21
    Brown wants homicide team  2/23/78 p.52
    Deer Park to get first taste of 911 in summer  2/23/78 p.5
    CPR training added weapon for Hills police  3/2/78 p.24
    Drug use not restricted to high school: Greffin  3/2/78 p.7
    Library crossing guard cost $15.27 an hour  3/2/78 p.6
    Extra Palatine Township police patrol may get underway this
        summer  3/9/78 p.14
    Meyer quits as Hills police chief  3/9/78 p.5
    Overhead cost plugged into crossing guard pact  3/9/78 p.12
    Tactical unit to keep close eye on speeders  3/16/78 p.14
    Danger still lurks at library street crossing  3/23/78 p.6
    East countryside will vote on police patrol  3/23/78 p.12
    From hallway gestapo to a jack of all trades  3/23/78 p.21
    Kids defeat cops, but who's keeping score?  3/23/78 p.11
    Police consultant at BHS?  It's not a "must"  3/23/78 p.21
    All's well so far at new library street crossing  3/30/78
        p.15
    Tentative 911 system to be ready in August  3/30/78 p.5
    County lowers police patrol fee  4/6/78 p.42
    Cuba police patrol: Will it go another year?  4/6/78 p.5
    GOP candidate thanks voters  4/6/78 p.36
    Personal portable best for dispatch program  4/6/78 p.12
    Police seeking Collie "mix" dog that bit service officer 
        4/6/78 p.6
    Cuba Township police patrol will continue full year 
        4/13/78 p.11
    Patrolman rips pay increase, poor equipment  4/20/78 p.5
    7 police departments assist at "near riot"  4/27/78 p.14
    Correction to story of 4/20/78  4/27/78 p.13
    East countryside police plan blocked by township  4/27/78
        p.7
    Police department study delayed in Barrington Hills 
        4/27/78 p.14
    Some police are skeptical about future  4/27/78 p.21
    Village panel agrees to study salary gripes  4/27/78 p.5
    Palatine Township police patrol vote Saturday  5/4/78 p.6
    Salary recommendation is due Monday night  5/4/78 p.5
    Added police patrol hinges on meeting with Cook officials 
        5/11/78 p.16
    District 220 attends seminar  5/11/78 p.28
    Residents rap county; say no to police patrol  5/11/78 p.16
    Security guard still a hot issue with many high school
        students  5/11/78 p.5
    Step pay plan created for village employees  5/11/78 p.14
    120 residents oppose Deer Park grid plan  5/18/78 p.16
    Hills police seek suspect in rape case  5/18/78 p.13
    If a stranger asks directions, call Hills police  5/18/78
        p.15
    School board sidesteps issue of armed guard  5/18/78 p.7
    Grid system "compromise" is North Barrington goal  5/25/78
        p.20
    Northwestern to take close look at Hills police operation 
        5/25/78 p.18
    Traffic tactical unit may be on street soon  6/1/78 p.19
    Hit and run accident baffles sheriff's police  6/22/78 p.16
    Modified grid system approved in Deer Park  6/22/78 p.11
    Blanchard resigns as Hills clerk; Schuld named police
        "commander"  6/29/78 p.15
    Court closing hassle for police, residents  6/29/78 p.123
    Palatine Township police talks to resume tonight  6/29/78
        p.18
    Two arrested in South Barrington drug bust  6/29/78 p.5
    911 plan almost ready, but funding is not  7/13/78 p.6
    Palatine Township gets lion's share of patrol  7/13/78 p.34
    Police chief resigns; gets cleaning franchise  7/13/78 p.5
    New chief due here in 2 months  7/20/78 p.5
    Sheriff may resolve issue of armed guard  7/20/78 p.6
    Two sides to the story of "incompetent" cops  7/27/78 p.20
    Wedding bash becomes melee  7/27/78 p.18
    BHS security guard must be armed: sheriff  8/3/78 p.5
    Deer Park agrees to renew police contract  8/3/78 p.110
    Hills roads safer, thanks to traffic safety unit  8/3/78
        p.46
    Solutions to police patrol problems scarce  8/3/78 p.19
    Suit a major factor in drug paraphernalia law  8/3/78 p.13
    Hills police study ready in 2 weeks  8/17/78 p.110
    Village may employ first woman police officer  8/17/78 p.5
    Acceptance first goal of female patrolman  8/24/78 p.14
    Board bites the bullet, approves armed guard  8/24/78 p.5
    Idle hands the vandal's workshop, says youth officer 
        8/24/78 p.21
    BHS police counselor to be studied Sept. 19  8/31/78 p.5
    Catlow blames police for delay in planning for bicycle
        patrol  8/31/78 p.11
    Lieutenant is appointed Barrington Hills police chief 
        8/31/78 p.6
    Naming of police chief delayed until November  9/7/78 p.11
    Extra patrol is "insurance," but is it worth the cost? 
        9/14/78 p.35
    Night patrol: Sheriff a peacekeeper on township beat 
        9/14/78 p.34
    Call for more police made in South Barrington  9/21/78 p.16
    Barrington Hills police get 5% salary boost  10/5/78 p.29
    Union representation isn't board's cup of tea  10/12/78 p.14
    District 220 will study police consultant idea  10/19/78 p.9
    Officer Friendly  10/19/78 p.12
    Search for new police chief is narrowed to 15 candidates 
        10/19/78 p.5
    Barrington police grow to keep pace with area  10/26/78 p.63
    Traffic safety unit helping make highway less a killer 
        10/26/78 p.12
    Correction to story of 10/26/78  11/2/78 p.7
    Jail passes inspection  11/2/78 p.24
    Meters, fare boxes target for vandals  11/2/78 p.7
    Police elect union leader  11/2/78 p.16
    Police officer tenure now in chief's hands  11/2/78 p.5
    Police search for assailant in County Line Road rape 
        11/2/78 p.7
    Number one employee keeps peace number one  11/9/78 p.25
    Policeman's uniform a symbol of help  11/9/78 p.19
    Two chiefs for village?  12/7/78 p.7
    Cuba Township dispute continues over area deputy should
        patrol  12/21/78 p.10
    Two police chiefs say power struggle unlikely  12/28/78 p.10
 
POLLIN, PIERRE                                              
    Tender loving care formula for cuisine  4/13/78 p.47
 
POPE, JOAN FERRIS                                           
    Blanchard resigns as Hills clerk; Schuld named police
        "commander"  6/29/78 p.15
 
POPLAR CREEK MUSIC THEATER                                  
    Theater plan appeals to Hoffman president  5/11/78 p.6
    Theater proposal may draw area opposition  5/11/78 p.14
    Rock concerts, violence go hand-in-hand: Rose  5/18/78 p.5
    Barrington, Barrington Hills oppose theater complex 
        5/25/78 p.14
    BACOG joins list of opponents to theater  6/1/78 p.5
    Hoffman planners near vote on music center  6/1/78 p.15
    City of Aurora said "no" to Nederlander  6/8/78 p.6
    Money no object in fight against theater  6/8/78 p.5
    Opposition to get shot at theater plan tonight  6/15/78 p.7
    Traffic barbs traded at hearing on theater  6/22/78 p.18
    Theater could create 15-mile long parking lot  6/29/78 p.14
    Violence commonplace at SIU theater: police  7/13/78 p.18
    Poplar Creek bill -- $7,425 and counting  7/20/78 p.5
    South Barrington trustees stand against theater  7/20/78 p.7
    BACOG may curb Poplar Creek spending  7/27/78 p.19
    No public easement for Route 59 entrance to theater 
        7/27/78 p.11
    Poplar Creek fight tab hits the $20,000 mark  7/27/78 p.11
    South Barrington board joins Poplar Creek Theater foes 
        7/27/78 p.16
    Best hope for theater: a partial 1979 season  8/3/78 p.12
    Plan commission recommendation on theater due in 2 to 3
        weeks  8/3/78 p.12
    Hoffman planners endorse theater with changes  8/10/78 p.5
    Opponents of theater keeping powder dry  8/17/78 p.14
    Tollway commission may block theater path  8/17/78 p.5
    Hoffman orchestrates approval for music theater  8/24/78 p.7
    Traffic relief two years away for Poplar Creek Music
        Theater  8/24/78 p.7
    BACOG may move against music theater  8/31/78 p.9
    Poplar Creek Theater legal tab approaches the $30,000 mark 
        8/31/78 p.109
    Villages in concert on lawsuit against theater  8/31/78 p.5
    Theater back burner item for tollway panel  9/7/78 p.12
    Fight against theater will continue in court  9/14/78 p.6
    Poplar Creek fight tab hits the $43,000 mark  9/21/78 p.7
    Theater construction halt will be requested  9/21/78 p.7
    BACOG to intervene in music theater suit  9/28/78 p.12
    Theater foes take case to court; ask judge to halt
        construction  9/28/78 p.100
    Motion to dismiss towns' suit to be heard October 18 in
        Chicago  10/5/78 p.7
    Theater attorney asks dismissal of lawsuits  10/12/78 p.15
    Theater suit dismissal will be heard Friday  10/19/78 p.5
    Villages plan appeal to reverse theater ruling  10/26/78 p.7
    Court costs mount in fight to block Poplar Creek
        construction  11/16/78 p.6
    Homeowners join legal battle against theater  11/16/78 p.6
    "We're not worried," theater lawyer says  11/23/78 p.5
 
POPLAR HILLS (SUBDIVISION)                                  
    Poplar Hills homeowners fight Mobil self-service gas
        station  3/30/78 p.16
 
PORNOGRAPHY                                                 
    Neighbors seek ouster of smut as "nuisance"  2/23/78 p.20
    Residents take anti-smut campaign to county  3/23/78 p.9
    Route 12 smut board concern, Dunne claims  5/4/78 p.15
    Village should enforce obscenity law or abandon it: trustee
        5/11/78 p.10
    Street-visible porn films banned by county  7/13/78 p.12
    Porn trial delayed again  11/23/78 p.16
    School group takes up anti-smut cudgel  11/23/78 p.6
 
POSTAL SERVICE                                              
    Assistant postmaster is retiring  3/23/78 p.13
    He trades mail bag for bag of fertilizer  3/30/78 p.14
    Postal increases a tax, Crane says  6/1/78 p.32
    If mails don't go through, your Courier-Review will; here's
        how  7/27/78 p.6
    Postal strike opposed by local union officials  8/24/78 p.12
 
POTENZA, MEGAN                                              
    Child's condition improves  4/20/78 p.18
    Amy survived, and there's hope for Megan, too  4/27/78 p.5
 
POWELL, PAUL                                                
    Priest gets $5,000 from estate  7/20/78 p.13
 
PRAIRIE STATE GARDEN CLUB                                   
    Handmade ornaments deck special tree  12/21/78 p.61
 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                           
    Presbyterian Church installs Rev. Bush as associate
        minister  4/6/78 p.125
 
PRODUCT SAFETY                                              
    Group asks village to ban sale of ionization smoke
        detectors  10/19/78 p.6
 
PRO-LIFE MOVEMENT                                           
    Pro-life, anti-ERA group backs Graham  3/16/78 p.33
 
PROSTITUTION                                                
    Residents take anti-smut campaign to county  3/23/78 p.9
    State may appeal Club Renaissance verdict  5/18/78 p.15
 
PUBLIC UTILITIES                                            
    Insulation shortage, more snow, gas price increase on
        horizon  10/5/78 p.22
 
PUZEY, RUSSELL                                              
    Inverness should annex DiMucci land: Puzey  4/6/78 p.19
    Inverness trustees tell their side of the feud  4/6/78 p.19
    Puzey-Hayter feud will resume Tuesday  7/6/78 p.18
 
QUAKER OATS COMPANY                                         
    Charges against Quaker dismissed  3/9/78 p.88
 
RADIO BROADCASTING                                          
    California is as near as his Ham radio set  6/29/78 p.10
 
RAILROADS                                                   
    C&NW engines to get second series of tests  1/12/78 p.12
    C&NW will throttle its grumbling diesels  4/6/78 p.18
    Illinois Railroad Museum: A real whistle-stop  6/15/78 p.73
    Railroad strike leaves area commuters without wheels 
        9/7/78 p.18
    Barrington-area commuters are learning by experience 
        9/28/78 p.100
    Derailment snarls commuter trains  12/21/78 p.5
 
RANKIN, ALEXANDER                                           
    Rankins celebrate 50th  6/15/78 p.61
 
RAPIER, JAMES R.                                            
    Crane appoints Barrington man chairman of campaign
        committee  1/26/78 p.60
 
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT                                     
    North Barrington approves $1,750 for land study  1/26/78
        p.17
    Lineup of new homes to overlook golf course  3/16/78 p.88
    South Barrington planners consider 94-acre subdivision 
        3/16/78 p.11
    Lake Zurich, BACOG strive to put limits on growth  5/11/78
        p.18
    "Good hands people" need one more "aye"  5/18/78 p.7
    Growth control catches on at the county level  5/18/78 p.41
    Rock concerts, violence go hand-in-hand: Rose  5/18/78 p.5
    Barrington, Barrington Hills oppose theater complex 
        5/25/78 p.14
    Condo developer hopes to woo the opposition  5/25/78 p.15
    Feuding boards apart on developer donations  5/25/78 p.6
    BACOG panel pursues study of Allstate plan  6/1/78 p.15
    Hoffman planners near vote on music center  6/1/78 p.15
    Lack of studies may stall condo meeting  6/1/78 p.109
    City of Aurora said "no" to Nederlander  6/8/78 p.6
    Inverness in another turnabout on condos  6/8/78 p.7
    Inverness in turnabout; Guss charges "payoff"  6/8/78 p.24
    Money no object in fight against theater  6/8/78 p.5
    Opposition to get shot at theater plan tonight  6/15/78 p.7
    Threat of suit exists after condo rejection  6/15/78 p.5
    Village, park in accord on developer donations  6/15/78 p.6
    BACOG gets guidance from District 220 on developer
        donations  6/22/78 p.19
    Developer donation ordinance to be studied by park district
        6/22/78 p.14
    Romano out, but who's in at Buehler estate in Barrington
        Hills?  6/22/78 p.14
    Traffic barbs traded at hearing on theater  6/22/78 p.18
    Developers liable for road damage  6/29/78 p.24
    Palatine renews talks with condo developer  6/29/78 p.22
    Position on Allstate to be developed July 11  7/6/78 p.9
    BACOG in holding pattern on Allstate plan  7/13/78 p.7
    Violence commonplace at SIU theater: police  7/13/78 p.18
    "Good hands people" part of South Barrington  7/20/78 p.7
    Poplar Creek bill -- $7,425 and counting  7/20/78 p.5
    BACOG may curb Poplar Creek spending  7/27/78 p.19
    No public easement for Route 59 entrance to theater 
        7/27/78 p.11
    Poplar Creek fight tab hits the $20,000 mark  7/27/78 p.11
    Proposed industrial park draws opposition  7/27/78 p.7
    Best hope for theater: a partial 1979 season  8/3/78 p.12
    Plan commission recommendation on theater due in 2 to 3
        weeks  8/3/78 p.12
    Barrington Hills scolds builders  8/10/78 p.29
    Hoffman planners endorse theater with changes  8/10/78 p.5
    Developer donation law gets South Barrington nod  8/17/78
        p.11
    Opponents of theater keeping powder dry  8/17/78 p.14
    Tollway commission may block theater path  8/17/78 p.5
    Developer gives $5,000 donation to South Barrington Park
        District  8/24/78 p.16
    Hearing on "model" park continues Wednesday  8/24/78 p.11
    Hoffman orchestrates approval for music theater  8/24/78 p.7
    South Barrington donations law doesn't bother BACOG 
        8/24/78 p.19
    South Barrington okays four new subdivisions  8/24/78 p.39
    Villages in concert on lawsuit against theater  8/31/78 p.5
    Theater back burner item for tollway panel  9/7/78 p.12
    Fate of industrial park to be decided September 29  9/14/78
        p.79
    Fight against theater will continue in court  9/14/78 p.6
    Office building "go," residential project is not  9/14/78 
        p.15
    Park district supports developer donation law  9/14/78 p.12
    Poplar Creek fight tab hits the $43,000 mark  9/21/78 p.7
    Theater construction halt will be requested  9/21/78 p.7
    BACOG to intervene in music theater suit  9/28/78 p.12
    Barrington Hills may impose moratorium on building  9/28/78
        p.12
    Theater foes take case to court; ask judge to halt
        construction  9/28/78 p.100
    Motion to dismiss towns' suit to be heard October 18 in
        Chicago  10/5/78 p.7
    Theater attorney asks dismissal of lawsuits  10/12/78 p.15
    Theater suit dismissal will be heard Friday  10/19/78 p.5
    Hills trustees mull moratorium on subdivisions  10/26/78 p.5
    Villages plan appeal to reverse theater ruling  10/26/78 p.7
    Hills board acts to save its "five-acre heritage"  11/9/78
        p.5
    Court costs mount in fight to block Poplar Creek
        construction  11/16/78 p.6
    Growth causes concern over safety, donations  11/16/78 p.12
    Homeowners join legal battle against theater  11/16/78 p.6
    "We're not worried," theater lawyer says  11/23/78 p.5
    Correction to story of 11/16/78  11/23/78 p.13
    Developer plans court appeal of industrial park denial 
        11/23/78 p.12
    Hills subdivision halt won't affect Woodview project 
        11/23/78 p.12
    Judge overturns Hills, permits shopping center  11/23/78
        p.12
    Planners approve moratorium; subdivision halt goes to
        trustees  12/7/78 p.22
    Tower Lakes fen: Is proposed subdivision friend or threat? 
        12/7/78 p.10
    Barrington builders desire major grocery store  12/21/78
        p.10
    Cafeteria service reports $5,000 District 220 deficit 
        12/21/78 p.26
    Fen fate decision delayed 'til January  12/21/78 p.6
    Hills set to appeal development ruling over Route 25 center
        plan  12/21/78 p.14
    MacArthur sways peers to review soils proposal  12/21/78 p.5
    Opinions from the meat counter…  12/21/78 p.10
    Can scenic corridors solve suburban puzzle?  12/28/78 p.18
    Construction crews clear way for two Gottlieb office
        buildings  12/28/78 p.24
    Hills proposal attempts to save trees, marshes  12/28/78
        p.10
 
RECORD ALBUM                                                
    Record Album; Ronald Scherf and Lynn Scherf, owners 
        9/21/78 p. 102
 
RECYCLING (WASTE, ETC.)                                     
    Recycling center gets new home at station  11/16/78 p.9
 
REFUGEES                                                    
    Their world shattered by war, they seek new life  3/30/78
        p.23
    North Barrington woman seeks help for refugees  12/21/78
        p.111
 
REFUSE AND REFUSE DISPOSAL                                  
    Leaving trash on curb early will result in fine for
        resident  9/14/78 p.14
    Trash placed early at curbside will mean expense for
        residents  10/12/78 p.12
 
REGAN, SHERRY                                               
    Sherry's Far East; Sherry Regan, owner  2/23/78 p.76
 
REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY                           
    RTA funds bus service to train station  2/16/78 p.13
    RTA may consider train depot at Route 14 and Kelsey Road 
        2/23/78 p.5
    RTA to study transit needs of the elderly  3/30/78 p.36
    Suburban GOP calls for major RTA reform  3/30/78 p.38
    RTA foes plan survey of collar counties  4/27/78 p.124
    RTA feeder bus routes are set here  6/22/78 p.5
    Will RTA buses help, hinder traffic flow?  6/29/78 p.14
    RTA nixes fare hike; looks to federal funds  7/6/78 p.15
    Skinner wages war against "hated" RTA tax  7/6/78 p.15
    Hansen raps ride RTA  7/20/78 p.39
    Suburbs spending more, getting less from RTA  8/10/78 p.14
    New RTA chief draws blast from Skinner  8/31/78 p.71
    Area RTA bus routes will begin in October  9/7/78 p.5
    Area RTA bus routes set to begin on November 6  10/12/78 p.5
 
REGNER, DAVID                                               
    Senators criticized by Honesty Coalition  1/19/78 p.57
 
RESNIK, FRANK H.                                            
    Official charges Graham pressured radio bids  2/16/78 p.5
 
RESTAURANTS                                                 
    BADC to the rescue of village restaurants  7/13/78 p.19
 
REUNIONS                                                    
    Brother, sister have a lot to talk about  7/6/78 p.14
 
RICHARDS, WILLIAM L.                                        
    Equine celebrities from Barrington  8/10/78 p.54
 
RICHARDSON, PATRICIA L.C.                                   
    Gurnee woman says she'll run for board  2/9/78 p.56
 
RICHARDSON, PRISCILLA                                       
    Candidates campaign together in 5th District  2/23/78 p.45
    Tie with Graham may have cost Anderson  3/30/78 p.6
 
RICHLAND, JO                                                
    Board member's office use probed by school  10/5/78 p.5
    Richland didn't violate school code, panel says  10/19/78
        p.7
 
ROADS                                                       
    Joint traffic meeting tonight  1/5/78 p.6
    Traffic safety grant action delayed again  1/5/78 p.5
    Improving traffic tops wish list of residents  1/12/78 p.6
    James cited for using Miller Road entrance  1/12/78 p.14
    James proposals give towns food for thought  1/12/78 p.7
    Main Street takeover is pushed by Perille  1/12/78 p.10
    Village salt supply cut short  1/26/78 p.12
    Village to proceed with commuter lot project  1/26/78 p.6
    Planner offers changes to LBS access map  2/16/78 p.14
    Road turned over to township  2/16/78 p.30
    Village, Chippendale reach accord  2/16/78 p.13
    Lake-Cook Road extension to resume in spring  2/23/78 p.6
    A new bridge over old muddy?  3/2/78 p.15
    Access roads' battle heads into overtime  3/2/78 p.12
    Haeger bridge concept draws BACOG ire  3/2/78 p.15
    Move center or lose Kelsey access: villages  3/2/78 p.12
    Bridge work to begin Monday  3/9/78 p.6
    Shores to get Kelsey, Miller access roads  3/9/78 p.6
    Haeger bridge meeting April 3  3/16/78 p.10
    Lake County scratches Route 53 from plan  3/16/78 p.7
    Route 53 is down, but don't count it out yet  3/23/78 p.19
    BACOG may push for Route 53 alternative  3/30/78 p.10
    Fox bridge hearing set on feasibility study  3/30/78 p.15
    Condominium project draws two opponents  4/6/78 p.5
    Haeger bridge study draws hoots, hollers  4/6/78 p.11
    Barrington joins communities supporting Route 53 extension 
        4/13/78 p.18
    County road repairs approved  4/13/78 p.26
    Funding for Route 53 now rests with NIPC  4/13/78 p.18
    Hough, Hillside lights are due this summer  4/13/78 p.10
    Haeger bridge study approved in 13-3 vote  4/20/78 p.16
    County planners nix Route 53 second time  4/27/78 p.6
    Lake Barrington Shores asked to share in cost of Miller
        traffic study  5/25/78 p.18
    NIPC asks citizen input on plans for opposed Route 53
        extension  6/1/78 p.14
    Good pay, outdoor work woo women into construction  6/8/78
        p.57
    State funds allocated to repair roads following winter
        damage  6/8/78 p.42
    Applause speaks louder at hearing on Route 53  6/15/78 p.11
    Route 59 work to start soon  6/15/78 p.12
    Cook Street improvement is underway  6/22/78 p.13
    Paper work, weather stall Western Avenue  6/22/78 p.7
    BACOG hears request to reconsider Route 53  6/29/78 p.12
    Developers liable for road damage  6/29/78 p.24
    Ridge Road residents yearn for gravel  6/29/78 p.24
    Bad weather stalls opening of Lake-Cook  7/6/78 p.64
    Construction of Western Avenue should begin later this
        month  7/6/78 p.14
    Court to determine if road is public or private  7/6/78 p.38
    NIPC verdict on Route 53 is due July 11  7/6/78 p.19
    Route 14 improvements long way down the pike  7/6/78 p.19
    We've had enough rain for now, thank you  7/6/78 p.5
    NIPC staff gives "conditional" support to extension of
        Route 53  7/13/78 p.5
    Otis Road open again  7/13/78 p.13
    NIPC sets July 27 vote on proposed Route 53 extension 
        7/20/78 p.19
    South Barrington trustees to wish upon a star  7/20/78 p.17
    Miller access size concerns neighbors  7/27/78 p.15
    No public easement for Route 59 entrance to theater 
        7/27/78 p.11
    Residents favor Route 53 extension 3 to 1  7/27/78 p.6
    Route 59 now boundary between South Barrington, Barrington
        Hills  7/27/78 p.19
    Won't finish Western Avenue until spring  7/27/78 p.15
    53 project the answer, says IDOT planner  8/3/78 p.14
    Hills roads safer, thanks to traffic safety unit  8/3/78
        p.46
    Subdivision road project on hold  8/3/78 p.15
    Improvements to road a top priority: IDOT  8/10/78 p.17
    Overweight trucks are banned from 24 streets  8/17/78 p.16
    Tollway commission may block theater path  8/17/78 p.5
    Traffic relief two years away for Poplar Creek Music
        Theater  8/24/78 p.7
    Windemere road improvements to be aired at public hearing 
        8/24/78 p.26
    Ela Road bypass plan is opposed by village  8/31/78 p.11
    Construction materials due next week  9/7/78 p.35
    Theater back burner item for tollway panel  9/7/78 p.12
    IDOT probably will decide to drop Ela Road improvements
        plan  9/14/78 p.5
    Western Avenue work finally gets underway  9/14/78 p.5
    Mashed metal, screams part of family's life  9/21/78 p.5
    Residents lobby for stop light at 14 and Ela  9/21/78 p.126
    Decision on Ela Road delayed "several weeks"  9/28/78 p.11
    Ela project foes seek clout from Senator Graham with IDOT 
        9/28/78 p.11
    South Barrington to spend $33,504 for road work  10/5/78
        p.25
    Street projects delay village traffic study  10/5/78 p.31
    Flashing light may be only Ela improvement  10/12/78 p.16
    Park district moving to get Lions Drive back  10/12/78 p.9
    Residents will have option in driveway repair program 
        10/12/78 p.14
    Route 53 extension plan hasn't gone away  10/12/78 p.5
    Verdict on fines could mean $100,000 windfall  10/19/78 p.15
    Ditches, water, faulty culverts draw dollars  10/26/78 p.13
    Graham meets with IDOT on Ela Road stoplight  10/26/78 p.7
    Traffic safety unit helping make highway less a killer 
        10/26/78 p.12
    Correction to story of 10/26/78  11/2/78 p.7
    IDOT action on Ela-14 intersection is uncertain  11/2/78
        p.12
    Ela redesign foes missed good deal: Mugalian  11/9/78 p.9
    Road repair still at issue  11/23/78 p.126
 
ROBIN, HARRY                                                
    Candidate for county sheriff takes firm stand against
        prostitution  1/12/78 p.34
    Robin dispells rumors of absence  2/16/78 p.31
    Robin elected to board; Geary reviews his term  12/7/78 p.16
 
ROBINSON, SHEPARD                                           
    New suburban cry:  stay out, developers  1/12/78 p.72
    News staff takes national story, photo awards  3/2/78 p.5
    Local author publishes directory  10/19/78 p.82
 
ROMANO, LEE N.                                              
    Romano out, but who's in at Buehler estate in Barrington
        Hills?  6/22/78 p.14
 
ROOS, ERIK                                                  
    Roos is re-elected president of Barrington library board 
        5/11/78 p.105
 
ROSANOVA, ALBERT                                            
    A real test of sails-man-ship  7/27/78 p.102
 
ROSE, BARBARA                                               
    Rose, Gravdal capture District 220 board seats  4/13/78 p.6
 
ROSE, BILL                                                  
    Rock concerts, violence go hand-in-hand: Rose  5/18/78 p.5
 
ROSLYN ROAD SCHOOL                                          
    Flooding? It's the other guy's problem  4/13/78 p.9
    Roslyn Road school sends in the clowns  4/20/78 p.21
    Who's your favorite clown?  Bozo!!!  4/27/78 p.24
    District 220 will explore alternatives to SEDOL  5/18/78 p.9
    A week at camp makes Roslyn students more nature-wise 
        10/19/78 p.26
 
ROSS, SUE                                                   
    Project director hired for youth grant work  3/9/78 p.16
 
ROSSMAN, MARGE                                              
    She tells women how to play power game  8/3/78 p.58
 
ROTARY INTERNATIONAL (CLUB)                                 
    Teen dynamo keeps club on the move  7/6/78 p.25
 
ROWLAND, BUCK                                               
    Village tells Rowland to clean up his act  8/31/78 p.14
 
ROWLAND'S SALES AND SERVICES                                
    Village tells Rowland to clean up his act  8/31/78 p.14
 
RUE VALLEE (SUBDIVISION)                                    
    Court to determine if road is public or private  7/6/78 p.38
    Subdivision road project on hold  8/3/78 p.15
 
RUSSELL, BETTY                                              
    Planting time: a family affair  5/25/78 p.44
 
RUSSELL, BURNELL                                            
    Planting time: a family affair  5/25/78 p.44
 
RUTH, THOMAS                                                
    Condition of attorney's land riles Berry Road neighbors 
        6/8/78 p.14
    "Crafty lawyer" takes on a new opponent  6/15/78 p.16
 
RYAN, DENNIS P.                                             
    State's attorney institutes changes in approach to sex
        crimes  4/13/78 p.41
 
RYKLO, MITCHELL                                             
    Biograph's new owner hopes to diminish "red neck" image 
        5/18/78 p.14
 
RYKOFF, DEBBIE                                              
    Hills teen rides to victory  7/20/78 p.65
 
SABBAK, WAYNE                                               
    Oddfellow Chimney Sweeps; Guy Obermaier and Wayne Sabbak,
        owners  4/6/78 p.25
 
SACRED HEART OF MARY HIGH SCHOOL                            
    Books donated to high school  1/19/78 p.38
 
SACRED HEART SEMINARY                                       
    Moving cost keeps Columbus in Fairhaven  7/13/78 p.15
 
SAFETY TOWN                                                 
    Safety Town ready to begin third summer  3/30/78 p.6
 
SAILING                                                     
    A real test of sails-man-ship  7/27/78 p.102
 
SALATO, FRANK                                               
    Fall trial set in raid case  8/17/78 p.19
 
SANDER, CHARLOTTE                                           
    Local artists in Up With People at Ravinia  6/29/78 p.64
    Keeping "Up with People" a hectic on-stage life  7/20/78
        p.10
 
SANDFOX, WILLIAM                                            
    Hearing set on vandalism  12/28/78 p.90
 
SAVAGE, HELEN                                               
    State's attorney institutes changes in approach to sex
        crimes  4/13/78 p.41
 
SAVOY, MARINA                                               
    They'll spend summer in England, Japan, Peru  6/8/78 p.18
 
SCHADE, RUDOLF G., JR.                                      
    Good Shepherd selects chairman  6/15/78 p.86
 
SCHAFFER, JACK                                              
    RTA gas tax rebate proposed  2/9/78 p.38
    Senator Schaffer backs investigation of public corruption,
        tax cheating  3/30/78 p.33
    Voters group lauds Schaffer  6/1/78 p.33
 
SCHERBAUM, CAROL                                            
    Soviet Union beckons Barrington High senior  5/11/78 p.19
 
SCHERBAUM, PEGGY                                            
    4-H girl selected for wilderness trip  7/20/78 p.59
 
SCHERF, LYNN                                                
    Record Album; Ronald Scherf and Lynn Scherf, owners 
        9/21/78 p. 102
 
SCHERF, RONALD                                              
    Record Album; Ronald Scherf and Lynn Scherf, owners 
        9/21/78 p. 102
 
SCHIELE, MARJADELE                                          
    Her title-winning feat a My Fair Lady story  2/23/78 p.12
    Jennie does it again  5/18/78 p.20
    Barrington's Jennie should be in "Who's Who" - for dogs 
        12/28/78 p.14
 
SCHLAFLY, PHYLLIS                                           
    ERA pugilists take ring one more time  10/19/78 p.10
    Women in combat?  10/19/78 p.10
 
SCHMIDT WOOD PRODUCTS                                       
    Schmidt Wood Products; Charles Schmidt, owner  10/19/78 p.80
 
SCHMIDT, CHARLES                                            
    Schmidt Wood Products; Charles Schmidt, owner  10/19/78 p.80
 
SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS                                       
    Zoeller calls for light at Miller  2/9/78 p.20
    New high school principal named  6/8/78 p.34
    Study surveys principals pay  6/22/78 p.40
    Board member's office use probed by school  10/5/78 p.5
 
SCHOOLS                                                     
    Guidelines for developer donations "insufficient"  2/2/78
        p.16
    New bills would rescue strapped school boards  4/20/78 p.7
    Title IX: School playgrounds latest battlefield in war
        between sexes  8/31/78 p.21
 
SCHULD, AL                                                  
    Blanchard resigns as Hills clerk; Schuld named police
        "commander"  6/29/78 p.15
    Lieutenant is appointed Barrington Hills police chief 
        8/31/78 p.6
 
SCHWARTZ, ALEX                                              
    Schwartz is champ  2/2/78 p.81
 
SCHWEMM, EARL                                               
    The Earl Schwemms; fifty years together  2/2/78 p.46
 
SCHWEMM, EUNICE                                             
    The Earl Schwemms; fifty years together  2/2/78 p.46
 
SCOLIOSIS                                                   
    Scoliosis  3/9/78 p.10
 
SCOTT, WILLIAM J.                                           
    State booklet spells out which meetings should be open to
        public  4/13/78 p.38
 
SENIOR COMPANION PROGRAM                                    
    Volunteers to aid seniors  4/13/78 p.46
 
SERGEL, CLARK                                               
    Sergel will go to trial on September 11  7/13/78 p.13
    Sergel trial is postponed  9/7/78 p.11
 
SERGEL, VIRGINIA                                            
    Sergel pleads "not guilty"  1/19/78 p.6
    Sergel, Panker trial dates to be set soon  6/22/78 p.7
    Sergel will go to trial on September 11  7/13/78 p.13
    Sergel trial is postponed  9/7/78 p.11
    Sergel trial to start October 23  9/14/78 p.16
    Sergel trial set to begin  10/19/78 p.13
    Sergel trial delayed again  10/26/78 p.16
    Acquitted of murder, she seeks return to normal  12/21/78
        p.7
 
SERVOMATION                                                 
    Servomation bringing "expertise" to District 220  6/22/78
        p.12
    Panel will work with Servomation officials  9/28/78 p.18
    Cafeteria service reports $5,000 District 220 deficit 
        12/21/78 p.26
 
SEX CRIMES                                                  
    State's attorney institutes changes in approach to sex
        crimes  4/13/78 p.41
    Police search for assailant in County Line Road rape 
        11/2/78 p.7
    Carpentersville man held in Hills rape  11/16/78 p.7
 
SEX EDUCATION                                               
    Knowing doesn't lead to doing  9/21/78 p.10
 
SHAW, DON                                                   
    Night patrol: Sheriff a peacekeeper on township beat 
        9/14/78 p.34
 
SHEDBALKER, LISA                                            
    BHS senior bids for Illinois Teenager crown  8/31/78 p.111
 
SHELLENBACK, ERIC                                           
    Simond, Shellenback go in baseball draft  6/8/78 p.14
    Simond, Shellenback choose different paths  6/15/78 p.109
    Shellenback will go to SMU  7/6/78 p.95
 
SHELTER (FOSTER HOME AGENCY)                                
    Shelter a haven for children in need  12/28/78 p.23
 
SHERMAN HOSPITAL                                            
    Sherman volunteers' service nears 40,000 hour mark  6/29/78
        p.65
 
SHERRY'S FAR EAST                                           
    Sherry's Far East; Sherry Regan, owner  2/23/78 p.76
 
SHOPPING CENTERS                                            
    Villages see center; will meet again Friday  2/23/78 p.18
    Access roads' battle heads into overtime  3/2/78 p.12
    Move center or lose Kelsey access: villages  3/2/78 p.12
 
SHORELY WOOD APARTMENTS                                     
    Local apartments go for $2 million  2/23/78 p.48
 
SILET, BRUCE W.                                             
    Silet gets probation in November shooting  5/4/78 p.16
 
SIMOND, ROB                                                 
    Simond could be Salukis' man of the hour  5/11/78 p.112
    Simond, Shellenback go in baseball draft  6/8/78 p.14
    Simond, Shellenback choose different paths  6/15/78 p.109
 
SINCERE, MIKE                                               
    Who's your favorite clown?  Bozo!!!  4/27/78 p.24
 
SISSON, ALLAN R.                                            
    Deacon drowns in Wisconsin  6/1/78 p.6
 
SKAMFER, ROBERT                                             
    Deer Park now has a part-time assistant  10/19/78 p.18
 
SKATEBOARDING                                               
    Barrington podiatrist warns: skateboarding can be hazardous
        5/11/78 p.28
 
SKEEN, ANDREA                                               
    CPR training saves life of third grader  3/23/78 p.7
 
SKINNER, CAL, JR.                                           
    Skinner wages war against "hated" RTA tax  7/6/78 p.15
    New RTA chief draws blast from Skinner  8/31/78 p.71
 
SKOKIE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION                 
    Former restaurant site may be new home for Skokie Federal
        Savings  12/7/78 p.14
 
SMITH, CAROL                                                
    Good pay, outdoor work woo women into construction  6/8/78
        p.57
 
SMITH, HAROLD B., JR.                                       
    Do Republicans have too much leadership?  9/14/78 p.10
 
SMITH, KIRBY                                                
    Smith steps down as Ponies' coach  3/9/78 p.107
 
SMITH, THOMAS                                               
    No organized Democrat effort in school board vote: Forsberg
        4/13/78 p.6
 
SMOKE DETECTORS                                             
    Group asks village to ban sale of ionization smoke
        detectors  10/19/78 p.6
    Villages vow to curb school-area speeding  10/26/78 p.14
 
SNYDER, ORVILLE                                             
    One man's work brightens inner vision of another  1/12/78
        p.62
 
SOCIETY FOR CREATIVE ANACHRONISMS                           
    For SCA members, all roads lead to Camelot  9/7/78 p.67
 
SOMETHING SPECIAL                                           
    Something Special; Ardith Gulbransen, owner  12/7/78 p.104
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON GREEN (SUBDIVISION)                        
    Developer gives $5,000 donation to South Barrington Park
        District  8/24/78 p.16
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                              
    South Barrington park wants permanent home  3/16/78 p.11
    New park district plan will be aired tonight  5/11/78 p.12
    Feuding boards apart on developer donations  5/25/78 p.6
    Village, park in accord on developer donations  6/15/78 p.6
    Developer gives $5,000 donation to South Barrington Park
        District  8/24/78 p.16
    South Barrington park unit to receive donations soon 
        12/21/78 p.26
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    BACOG, South Barrington eye Hoffman Estates zoning plan 
        2/16/78 p.15
    Allstate headquarters to South Barrington?  3/9/78 p.5
    South Barrington planners consider 94-acre subdivision 
        3/16/78 p.11
    Allstate acres  3/23/78 p.13
    First Allstate hearing is scheduled April 17  4/6/78 p.7
    "Good hands people" unveil $23 million plan  4/20/78 p.6
    New park district plan will be aired tonight  5/11/78 p.12
    "Good hands people" need one more "aye"  5/18/78 p.7
    Feuding boards apart on developer donations  5/25/78 p.6
    BACOG panel pursues study of Allstate plan  6/1/78 p.15
    Hunt on for source of well contamination  6/1/78 p.19
    Church officials move toward site development  6/8/78 p.11
    Village, park in accord on developer donations  6/15/78 p.6
    Two arrested in South Barrington drug bust  6/29/78 p.5
    Position on Allstate to be developed July 11  7/6/78 p.9
    South Barrington may consider grid system  7/6/78 p.7
    BACOG in holding pattern on Allstate plan  7/13/78 p.7
    "Good hands people" part of South Barrington  7/20/78 p.7
    South Barrington trustees stand against theater  7/20/78 p.7
    South Barrington trustees to wish upon a star  7/20/78 p.17
    Poplar Creek fight tab hits the $20,000 mark  7/27/78 p.11
    Route 59 now boundary between South Barrington, Barrington
        Hills  7/27/78 p.19
    South Barrington board joins Poplar Creek Theater foes 
        7/27/78 p.16
    Best hope for theater: a partial 1979 season  8/3/78 p.12
    Village annexes 48-acre project  8/3/78 p.20
    Grid system, developer donations on board docket  8/10/78
        p.17
    Hoffman planners endorse theater with changes  8/10/78 p.5
    State drops charges against 2 men arrested  8/10/78  p. 17
    Developer donation law gets South Barrington nod  8/17/78
        p.11
    South Barrington stalls vote on grid system  8/17/78 p.14
    Treasurer's report  8/17/78 p.106
    Junk automobiles are gone; RV vehicles could be next 
        8/24/78 p.49
    South Barrington donations law doesn't bother BACOG 
        8/24/78 p.19
    South Barrington okays four new subdivisions  8/24/78 p.39
    South Barrington to get church  8/24/78 p.24
    Windemere road improvements to be aired at public hearing 
        8/24/78 p.26
    Poplar Creek Theater legal tab approaches the $30,000 mark 
        8/31/78 p.109
    Villages in concert on lawsuit against theater  8/31/78 p.5
    Fight against theater will continue in court  9/14/78 p.6
    Call for more police made in South Barrington  9/21/78 p.16
    Poplar Creek fight tab hits the $43,000 mark  9/21/78 p.7
    South Barrington board member violates village sign
        ordinance  9/21/78 p.18
    Theater construction halt will be requested  9/21/78 p.7
    Theater foes take case to court; ask judge to halt
        construction  9/28/78 p.100
    Allstate's complex right on schedule  10/5/78 p.25
    Motion to dismiss towns' suit to be heard October 18 in
        Chicago  10/5/78 p.7
    South Barrington to spend $33,504 for road work  10/5/78
        p.25
    Junk or treasure... this sale is a smash  10/12/78 p.42
    Theater attorney asks dismissal of lawsuits  10/12/78 p.15
    Pumpkins rate high as Goebbert family sets autumn scene 
        10/19/78 p.47
    Theater suit dismissal will be heard Friday  10/19/78 p.5
    Ditches, water, faulty culverts draw dollars  10/26/78 p.13
    South Barrington adopts grid numbering system  10/26/78 p.6
    South Barrington board heeds cry for extra help  10/26/78
        p.15
    Villages plan appeal to reverse theater ruling  10/26/78 p.7
    Court costs mount in fight to block Poplar Creek
        construction  11/16/78 p.6
    Growth causes concern over safety, donations  11/16/78 p.12
    Correction to story of 11/16/78  11/23/78 p.13
    South Barrington tagged for fed flood study  11/23/78 p.14
    Church asks South Barrington to disannex strip  12/21/78
        p.11
    South Barrington trustee says residents will okay new
        numbers  12/21/78 p.24
 
SPECIAL EDUCATION DISTRICT OF LAKE COUNTY                   
    District 220 will explore alternatives to SEDOL  5/18/78 p.9
    School district holds $81,500 from Special Education
        District of Lake County  7/20/78 p.17
    District 220's SEDOL plan to curriculum committee  11/23/78
        p.7
    District 220 decides to keep special education system 
        12/21/78 p.15
 
SPORTS                                                      
    Barrington man teaches tennis  2/2/78 p.64
    Middle School students hit the ski slopes  2/9/78 p.19
    Fencik-led Bears to play Saturday  2/23/78 p.18
    Kids defeat cops, but who's keeping score?  3/23/78 p.11
    Buehler wins diving title  4/6/78 p.120
    Henricksen is all-star gridder  4/6/78 p.42
    First Masters  4/13/78 p.112
    WLS, Bad News to resume rivalry Saturday  5/4/78 p.11
    Simond could be Salukis' man of the hour  5/11/78 p.112
    Hallberg repeats as North-South champion  5/25/78 p.107
    Netters at their best; earn top-10 state ranking  6/1/78
        p.100
    Simond, Shellenback go in baseball draft  6/8/78 p.14
    Simond, Shellenback choose different paths  6/15/78 p.109
    Walstrom is named the Fillies' most outstanding athlete for
        1977-78  6/15/78 p.113
    BHS tennis players are seriously hurt in crash  6/22/78 p.5
    Another Fencik bids for pro success  7/6/78 p.95
    Shellenback will go to SMU  7/6/78 p.95
    Barrington High School cheerleaders are number 1  7/13/78
        p.15
    She'll ride her way to an ice show part  7/13/78 p.49
    McLear no stranger to Open course  7/20/78 p.103
    Swim pool director, manager to come from outside: Zoeller 
        7/20/78 p.15
    Wheaties summer games contest July 31, August 14 at park
        district  7/20/78 p.12
    Scott Fencik cut by Giants; hopes for second chance 
        7/27/78 p.101
    Free wheeling competition a ball for athlete  8/10/78 p.21
    Barrington no bridesmaid this time around  8/17/78 p.7
    Stevens Point is next hurdle for Broncos  8/17/78 p.7
    If Broncs win, it's Owensboro  8/24/78 p.5
    Smith takes "best team ever" to Legion regional  8/24/78
        p.103
    The Ice Man cometh to Barrington Arena  8/24/78 p.105
    This race car driver has plenty of Atlanta rhythm  8/24/78
        p.104
    Barrington takes 5th at Great Lakes tourney  8/31/78 p.10
    Title IX: School playgrounds latest battlefield in war
        between sexes  8/31/78 p.21
    Steiner is national titlist  9/14/78 p.116
    More baseball fields are needed: residents  9/21/78 p.11
    District 220 will study police consultant idea  10/19/78 p.9
    National prep games opposed by District 220  10/19/78 p.11
    Trainers now medics on sports battlefield  11/16/78 p.21
    Barrington High School will have part-time athletic trainer
        11/23/78 p.7
    McConville is Coach of the Year  11/23/78 p.121
    Roast was surprise and toast of his life  11/23/78 p.18
 
SPORTS FACILITIES                                           
    Vacationing tadpoles find water fine  4/6/78 p.46
    Buehler YMCA expansion passes first test in Palatine 
        4/20/78 p.12
    Buehler "Y" lights 10 big birthday candles  5/4/78 p.25
    Harper gym facilities to open to public use  11/16/78 p.20
    Clean up gyms, lockers group suggests to school  12/21/78
        p.19
 
SPOTO, NANCY                                                
    Coordinator of drop-in center, secretary join staff at
        Barrington Youth Services  10/5/78 p.28
 
SPURR, CHARLIE                                              
    Former meter officer Spurr dies in Michigan  8/10/78 p.20
 
ST. ANNE'S SCHOOL                                           
    Fill 'er up  1/12/78 p.10
    Learning center sparks interest in knowledge  2/9/78 p.25
 
ST. MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH                              
    Reverend Strand to be ordained  4/27/78 p.38
    Behold... the Lord's new priest  5/11/78 p.25
    Deacon drowns in Wisconsin  6/1/78 p.6
 
ST. NECTARIOUS GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH                        
    The Greeks know how to make a picnic sing with ethnic taste
        7/13/78 p.41
 
ST. PAUL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST                            
    Scholarships won by five pianists  6/8/78 p.65
    Pastor marks 25th anniversary  6/29/78 p.26
 
STAINED GLASS OF BARRINGTON                                 
    Stained Glass of Barrington; Mark Lewis, owner  6/22/78 p.76
 
STANLEY, ROGER                                              
    Stanley upset by phone rate hike request  2/9/78 p.39
    Stanley renews efforts to extend voting hours in statewide
        elections  6/8/78 p.32
 
STEFFEN, FRED                                               
    Limit campaign costs, Steffen says  5/18/78 p.38
    Steffen raps holiday bill  6/1/78 p.30
    McClory fails to react to needs of area: Steffen  6/8/78
        p.79
 
STEINER, MIKE                                               
    Steiner is national titlist  9/14/78 p.116
 
STEPHAN, ROD                                                
    Barrington man teaches tennis  2/2/78 p.64
 
STERN, MARY                                                 
    Clerk wants to debate challenger  5/25/78 p.37
 
STEVENS, NELSON                                             
    Fifth grader wins DAR essay contest  2/16/78 p.56
 
STEVENSON, JILL                                             
    Keeping 'em down on the farm not hard at all  11/23/78 p.26
 
STEVENSON, MICHAEL                                          
    Keeping 'em down on the farm not hard at all  11/23/78 p.26
 
STEVENSON, PHYLLIS B.                                       
    Citizens' group opposes state legalized gambling  6/8/78
        p.30
 
STITT, DIANE                                                
    Solar prophet sees sun as ray of energy hope  4/27/78 p.29
 
STITT, JOHN                                                 
    Solar prophet sees sun as ray of energy hope  4/27/78 p.29
 
STOLTE, ARNOLD                                              
    Neighbors seek ouster of smut as "nuisance"  2/23/78 p.20
 
STONERIDGE (SUBDIVISION)                                    
    South Barrington okays four new subdivisions  8/24/78 p.39
 
STORMS, BOB                                                 
    Teens meet with Gov. Thompson; push for legislative
        awareness  1/26/78 p.7
 
STOUT, PAUL R.                                              
    Quaker employee guilty of charges  7/6/78 p.13
 
STRAND, TYLER A., REV.                                      
    Reverend Strand to be ordained  4/27/78 p.38
    Behold... the Lord's new priest  5/11/78 p.25
 
STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS                                        
    Railroad strike leaves area commuters without wheels 
        9/7/78 p.18
    Barrington-area commuters are learning by experience 
        9/28/78 p.100
 
STROH, MARY                                                 
    She'll compete in air derby  5/18/78 p.27
 
STUDENTS FOR OPEN CAMPUS                                    
    Longer class period a better idea: students  8/10/78 p.6
 
SUBURBAN COOK COUNTY AREA AGENCY ON AGING                   
    Advisory council members wanted  3/30/78 p.30
 
SUCHY, JOHN                                                 
    Polyporus frondosus: a mushroom mouthful  11/2/78 p.10
 
SULLIVAN, JOHN                                              
    Lakes management expert may join staff of BACOG  5/25/78 p.6
 
SUTOR, MARY                                                 
    Cyclists setting wheels in motion for charity  10/5/78 p.33
 
SWIM FOR HEART                                              
    Different strokes to benefit folks through 3-county Swim
        for Heart  7/6/78 p.35
 
TAE FOOD MART                                               
    Tae Food Mart; Wes Carlson, owner  2/23/78 p.76
 
TANNERT, SANDY                                              
    Country House; Sandy Tannert, Adrienne Clark, Cathie
        Metzler, Judy Kelly, and Carole Olson, owners  
        10/12/78 p.84
 
TAX REFORM IMMEDIATELY COMMITTEE                            
    TRIM publishes quarterly listing of how representatives
        voted  3/30/78 p.38
 
TAXATION                                                    
    Carter's tax plan a sham, Crane says  2/9/78 p.69
    Fonte releases second tax relief statement  2/9/78 p.38
    RTA gas tax rebate proposed  2/9/78 p.38
    TRIM publishes quarterly listing of how representatives
        voted  3/30/78 p.38
    Referendum vote may come at Harper meet  5/18/78 p.9
    Wegman raps senate leadership  5/25/78 p.38
    Postal increases a tax, Crane says  6/1/78 p.32
    Harper may go to voters for tax increase  6/8/78 p.15
    Mugalian seeks lower sales tax  6/8/78 p.43
    Advisory tax relief may come this fall  6/15/78 p.9
    Graham chides Senate in wake of tax revolt  6/15/78 p.9
    Harper tax hike to go to voters by fall  6/15/78 p.19
    Coalition urges freeze on taxes  7/6/78 p.61
    Businesses join taxpayers revolt  7/20/78 p.13
    Harper tax increase up for September 19 vote  7/20/78 p.14
    County collecting data for '79 assessments  10/26/78 p.20
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                            
    County blunder means revenue loss for Hills  7/27/78 p.12
    Barrington Hills board adopts $135,000 tax levy  8/31/78
        p.13
    Hills sales tax mystery has yet to be solved  10/5/78 p.31
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                         
    Summer brings tax hike to Barrington Township  7/6/78 p.5
    Many factors involved in township tax hike  7/13/78 p.14
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.                                  
    Nelson may push for home rule referendum  5/25/78 p.5
    Village board approves tax levy increase  9/7/78 p.5
 
TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Cook assessments up more than 5 per cent  5/25/78 p.36
    Tax collections at record level  10/12/78 p.65
    County treasurer announces sale on delinquent real estate
        taxes  11/16/78 p.22
    Cook County refuses increase in District 220 tax levy for
        1978  12/28/78 p.5
 
TAXATION--ILLINOIS                                          
    Crane favors state tax limit  6/1/78 p.68
    Five year license plates could save taxpayers $21 million
        in five years  7/6/78 p.34
    Rebate could mean income tax increase  7/6/78 p.6
    Governor criticizes legislature for approving additional
        spending  7/13/78 p.30
    Tax protest signatures sought here  8/3/78 p.20
 
TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Lake County tax bill should come this fall 7/13/78 p.20
    Late Lake tax bills force parks to issue anticipation
        warrants  11/16/78 p.5
    Tardy tax bills cause area cash flow crisis  11/16/78 p.5
    Assessment hike wipes out lower tax rates  12/7/78 p.6
    Merry Christmas card: Lake tax bills in mail  12/7/78 p.6
 
TECHNICAL PUBLISHING COMPANY                                
    Technical Publishing Company; John K. Abely, owner  9/28/78
        p.81
 
TEN PIN BOWL                                                
    Cash, liquor taken in burglary at Ten Pin  1/19/78 p.18
 
TEPPER, TERRI                                               
    What's in a name?  It's to woman's credit  10/12/78 p.21
 
TESSIE'S (NIGHTCLUB)                                        
    Organized crime behind Island Lake games?  3/9/78 p.7
    Fire, legal action curb Tessie's business  3/30/78 p.34
    Trial date may be set Friday in Island Lake gambling raid 
        7/6/78 p.16
    Fall trial set in raid case  8/17/78 p.19
    Eight guilty in gambling raid, are fined by circuit court
        judge  9/28/78 p.16
 
TEWARI, G.P.                                                
    Harper panel picks 2 to run in April election  3/9/78 p.12
    Harper College board candidates pledge to attack financial
        deficits  3/30/78 p.33
 
THEATERS                                                    
    Ravinia-type complex proposed near here  4/20/78 p.5
    Allstate, theater plans to get BACOG scrutiny  4/27/78 p.6
    Theater plan appeals to Hoffman president  5/11/78 p.6
    Theater proposal may draw area opposition  5/11/78 p.14
    Rock concerts, violence go hand-in-hand: Rose  5/18/78 p.5
    Barrington, Barrington Hills oppose theater complex 
        5/25/78 p.14
    BACOG joins list of opponents to theater  6/1/78 p.5
    Hoffman planners near vote on music center  6/1/78 p.15
    City of Aurora said "no" to Nederlander  6/8/78 p.6
    Money no object in fight against theater  6/8/78 p.5
    Opposition to get shot at theater plan tonight  6/15/78 p.7
    Traffic barbs traded at hearing on theater  6/22/78 p.18
    Theater could create 15-mile long parking lot  6/29/78 p.14
    Street-visible porn films banned by county  7/13/78 p.12
    Violence commonplace at SIU theater: police  7/13/78 p.18
    Poplar Creek bill -- $7,425 and counting  7/20/78 p.5
    South Barrington trustees stand against theater  7/20/78 p.7
    Best hope for theater: a partial 1979 season  8/3/78 p.12
    Hoffman planners endorse theater with changes  8/10/78 p.5
    Opponents of theater keeping powder dry  8/17/78 p.14
    Tollway commission may block theater path  8/17/78 p.5
    Hoffman orchestrates approval for music theater  8/24/78 p.7
    Traffic relief two years away for Poplar Creek Music
        Theater  8/24/78 p.7
    BACOG may move against music theater  8/31/78 p.9
    Poplar Creek Theater legal tab approaches the $30,000 mark 
        8/31/78 p.109
    Villages in concert on lawsuit against theater  8/31/78 p.5
    Theater back burner item for tollway panel  9/7/78 p.12
    Fight against theater will continue in court  9/14/78 p.6
    Poplar Creek fight tab hits the $43,000 mark  9/21/78 p.7
    Theater construction halt will be requested  9/21/78 p.7
    BACOG to intervene in music theater suit  9/28/78 p.12
    Theater foes take case to court; ask judge to halt
        construction  9/28/78 p.100
    Motion to dismiss towns' suit to be heard October 18 in
        Chicago  10/5/78 p.7
    Theater attorney asks dismissal of lawsuits  10/12/78 p.15
    Theater suit dismissal will be heard Friday  10/19/78 p.5
    Villages plan appeal to reverse theater ruling  10/26/78 p.7
    Court costs mount in fight to block Poplar Creek
        construction  11/16/78 p.6
    Homeowners join legal battle against theater  11/16/78 p.6
    "We're not worried," theater lawyer says  11/23/78 p.5
 
THIEL, CARL                                                 
    Two chiefs for village?  12/7/78 p.7
    Two police chiefs say power struggle unlikely  12/28/78 p.10
 
THINGER, MARY                                               
    Barrington architect dies in 2-car crash  4/6/78 p.16
 
THOMAS, BEVERLY                                             
    New advisors added to area association's staff  9/28/78 p.28
 
THOMAS, HARRY                                               
    Candidates campaign together in 5th District  2/23/78 p.45
    Tie with Graham may have cost Anderson  3/30/78 p.6
 
THOMPSON, JAMES R.                                          
    Teens meet with Gov. Thompson; push for legislative
        awareness  1/26/78 p.7
    Thompson and Crane turn out for Graham  3/16/78 p.18
    Governor criticizes legislature for approving additional
        spending  7/13/78 p.30
 
THOMPSON, THOMAS A.                                         
    Village Church to celebrate installation of new pastor 
        10/12/78 p.44
 
THOREN, LARRY                                               
    Lieutenant is appointed Barrington Hills police chief 
        8/31/78 p.6
 
THORPE, CHRIS                                               
    Student wins essay contest  4/20/78 p.32
 
THRELKELD, RICHARD                                          
    Threlkeld hoists anchor for CBS news show  6/1/78 p.7
 
THULIN, ADELAIDE A.                                         
    Applied Design Associates; Adelaide A. Thulin, owner 
        11/9/78 p.90
 
TIFE, NANCY                                                 
    Middle School students hit the ski slopes  2/9/78 p.19
 
TIME CAPSULES                                               
    Time capsule ceremony planned Memorial Day  5/18/78 p.6
 
TOMCHEK, DAVID                                              
    Harper brass feels sting of Tomchek tongue  4/27/78 p.20
 
TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                           
    Joint traffic meeting tonight  1/5/78 p.6
    James proposals give towns food for thought  1/12/78 p.7
    Lake Barrington Shores asked to share in cost of Miller
        traffic study  5/25/78 p.18
    Tower Lakes police arrest naked swimmer  7/13/78 p.13
    Tower Lakes youth kidnaped hitchhiking  10/5/78 p.9
    Tower Lakes President Cy Wagner reelected NIPC chief 
        10/26/78 p.15
    Fen outside Tower Lkes is also key to survival of
        wilderness  12/7/78 p.10
    Tower Lakes fen: Is proposed subdivision friend or threat? 
        12/7/78 p.10
    Cuba Township dispute continues over area deputy should
        patrol  12/21/78 p.10
    Fen fate decision delayed 'til January  12/21/78 p.6
    Filing date near for candidates  12/21/78 p.20
    Treasurer's report  12/28/78 p.89
 
TOWNLEY, MARY                                               
    They'll spend summer in England, Japan, Peru  6/8/78 p.18
 
TRAFFIC FLOW                                                
    BACOG may parent area-wide traffic study  2/2/78 p.7
    Villages voice demands for Shores changes  2/2/78 p.14
    Nibbles, but no bites on traffic study offer  2/16/78 p.5
    RTA may consider train depot at Route 14 and Kelsey Road 
        2/23/78 p.5
    Villages see center; will meet again Friday  2/23/78 p.18
    Access roads' battle heads into overtime  3/2/78 p.12
    Keep "loop" out of race, Graham says  3/9/78 p.13
    Jury is still out on transportation planner  3/16/78 p.16
    Chicago firm winner in traffic "election"  3/30/78 p.16
    Haeger bridge study draws hoots, hollers  4/6/78 p.11
    Hough, Hillside lights are due this summer  4/13/78 p.10
    Car counters converge at site of new library  4/27/78 p.16
    Library officials call out troops as state conducts traffic
        count  5/4/78 p.10
    Lake Barrington Shores asked to share in cost of Miller
        traffic study  5/25/78 p.18
    New Burger King plan will be heard June 7  5/25/78 p.12
    Library doesn't warrant traffic signals: state  6/1/78 p.5
    Traffic count at library site doesn't satisfy board members
        6/8/78 p.7
    Traffic barbs traded at hearing on theater  6/22/78 p.18
    Theater could create 15-mile long parking lot  6/29/78 p.14
    Transportation study approved in 4-3 vote  6/29/78 p.18
    Will RTA buses help, hinder traffic flow?  6/29/78 p.14
    Lake Barrington won't share cost of study  7/6/78 p.12
    BACOG to seek consultant for area-wide traffic study 
        7/27/78 p.14
    No public easement for Route 59 entrance to theater 
        7/27/78 p.11
    Library set to stack traffic count deck  8/10/78 p.14
    Traffic relief two years away for Poplar Creek Music
        Theater  8/24/78 p.7
    Street projects delay village traffic study  10/5/78 p.31
    Second library traffic count scheduled Wednesday, October
        25  10/12/78 p.5
    Rain dampens traffic count; library falls short for
        stoplight  11/2/78 p.5
    Library seeks IDOT permission to average 8-hour traffic
        count  11/9/78 p.16
    Entrance to train station an obstacle for kiss 'n riders 
        12/7/78 p.11
    Village may go it alone on transportation study  12/7/78
        p.14
    BACOG surplus shrinks; transit study jeopardized  12/21/78
        p.5
    Barrington's proposed inner loop killed by municipal
        conference  12/21/78 p.22
 
TRAFFIC REGULATIONS                                         
    Tactical unit to keep close eye on speeders  3/16/78 p.14
    Income from fines is increased  6/1/78 p.13
    Court closing hassle for police, residents  6/29/78 p.123
    Traffic violations on the increase  7/6/78 p.34
 
TRAFFIC SAFETY                                              
    Traffic problems get high priority in budget  1/19/78 p.6
    Safety should dictate change in Miller plans  1/26/78 p.7
    Barrington Hills okays traffic safety grant  2/2/78 p.14
    Northwest Highway remains a barrier to new library  2/9/78
        p.5
    Zoeller calls for light at Miller  2/9/78 p.20
    Role of crossing guard affirmed by board  2/16/78 p.7
    Library crossing guard isn't home free yet  2/23/78 p.7
    Library crossing guard cost $15.27 an hour  3/2/78 p.6
    Overhead cost plugged into crossing guard pact  3/9/78 p.12
    Shores to get Kelsey, Miller access roads  3/9/78 p.6
    Danger still lurks at library street crossing  3/23/78 p.6
    All's well so far at new library street crossing  3/30/78
        p.15
    Library light cost could hit $400,000  4/13/78 p.13
    Car counters converge at site of new library  4/27/78 p.16
    Library officials call out troops as state conducts traffic
        count  5/4/78 p.10
    Traffic safety panel to study bicycle patrol  5/11/78 p.7
    Accidents down 29% in Barrington Hills  5/25/78 p.50
    Lake Barrington Shores asked to share in cost of Miller
        traffic study  5/25/78 p.18
    Library doesn't warrant traffic signals: state  6/1/78 p.5
    Traffic tactical unit may be on street soon  6/1/78 p.19
    Traffic count at library site doesn't satisfy board members
        6/8/78 p.7
    Library lights not a dead issue: Graham  7/6/78 p.5
    Library will request second traffic count  7/20/78 p.6
    Hills roads safer, thanks to traffic safety unit  8/3/78
        p.46
    Mashed metal, screams part of family's life  9/21/78 p.5
    Residents lobby for stop light at 14 and Ela  9/21/78 p.126
    Flashing light may be only Ela improvement  10/12/78 p.16
    Park district moving to get Lions Drive back  10/12/78 p.9
    Second library traffic count scheduled Wednesday, October
        25  10/12/78 p.5
    Graham still pushing Ela Road traffic light  10/19/78 p.6
    Graham meets with IDOT on Ela Road stoplight  10/26/78 p.7
    Traffic safety unit helping make highway less a killer 
        10/26/78 p.12
    Villages vow to curb school-area speeding  10/26/78 p.14
    Correction to story of 10/26/78  11/2/78 p.7
    IDOT action on Ela-14 intersection is uncertain  11/2/78
        p.12
    Rain dampens traffic count; library falls short for
        stoplight  11/2/78 p.5
    Ela redesign foes missed good deal: Mugalian  11/9/78 p.9
    Library seeks IDOT permission to average 8-hour traffic
        count  11/9/78 p.16
    Growth causes concern over safety, donations  11/16/78 p.12
    Correction to story of 11/16/78  11/23/78 p.13
    Library board urges IDOT to bend on light  12/7/78 p.12
    Lower fatality, accident rates prompt Hills grant renewal
        vote  12/21/78 p.16
 
TRANSPORTATION                                              
    Transportation issue up for discussion Wednesday  1/5/78 p.5
    Bids to be sought from transportation planners  1/19/78 p.15
    Village to proceed with commuter lot project  1/26/78 p.6
    Too cold, too much snow to test trains for noise  2/9/78
        p.14
    RTA funds bus service to train station  2/16/78 p.13
    Commuter lot green board's favorite color  2/23/78 p.16
    RTA may consider train depot at Route 14 and Kelsey Road 
        2/23/78 p.5
    Jury is still out on transportation planner  3/16/78 p.16
    Snowmobile operator is fined $60 by judge  3/16/78 p.15
    Village may set aside $30,000 for transportation study 
        3/16/78 p.16
    RTA to study transit needs of the elderly  3/30/78 p.36
    Suburban GOP calls for major RTA reform  3/30/78 p.38
    RTA foes plan survey of collar counties  4/27/78 p.124
    Village trustees have dusty tiger by the tail  6/1/78 p.12
    Illinois Railroad Museum: A real whistle-stop  6/15/78 p.73
    RTA feeder bus routes are set here  6/22/78 p.5
    Transportation study approved in 4-3 vote  6/29/78 p.18
    Will RTA buses help, hinder traffic flow?  6/29/78 p.14
    "Mrs. Tuttle, we all love you," her riders agree  7/6/78
        p.51
    RTA nixes fare hike; looks to federal funds  7/6/78 p.15
    Skinner wages war against "hated" RTA tax  7/6/78 p.15
    Suburbs spending more, getting less from RTA  8/10/78 p.14
    Overweight trucks are banned from 24 streets  8/17/78 p.16
    Area RTA bus routes will begin in October  9/7/78 p.5
    Railroad strike leaves area commuters without wheels 
        9/7/78 p.18
    Barrington-area commuters are learning by experience 
        9/28/78 p.100
    New RTA bus route won't start October 1, as announced by
        village  9/28/78 p.6
    Area RTA bus routes set to begin on November 6  10/12/78 p.5
    Commuters can help police railroad depot, official says 
        10/12/78 p.15
    Lack of riders may doom O'Hare bus run  10/12/78 p.16
    Graham still pushing Ela Road traffic light  10/19/78 p.6
    Townships have parking cards for the disabled  10/26/78 p.11
    Feeder bus routes to start on Monday  11/2/78 p.23
    RTA bus inaugural a lonely affair for few  11/9/78 p.15
    Village may go it alone on transportation study  12/7/78
        p.14
    BACOG surplus shrinks; transit study jeopardized  12/21/78
        p.5
    Derailment snarls commuter trains  12/21/78 p.5
 
TRAUTWEIN, GRACE ALISON                                     
    Barrington grad skates on tour  6/15/78 p.42
 
TRI-VILLAGE FLYING CLUB                                     
    Ground-bound fliers take wing by radio  4/13/78 p.21
 
TUTTLE, LORRAINE                                            
    "Mrs. Tuttle, we all love you," her riders agree  7/6/78
        p.51
 
ULMEN, LAWRENCE                                             
    East is east, west is west, sayeth Ulmen's compass  6/1/78
        p.62
 
UNIFICATION CHURCH                                          
    Deprogrammed Moonie talks of "love bombing"  12/28/78 p.25
 
UNION, ILL.                                                 
    Illinois Railroad Museum: A real whistle-stop  6/15/78 p.73
 
UNITED AIRLINES                                             
    Wings clipped, they turn to helping the retarded  9/21/78
        p.79
 
UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS                                  
    To shores of North Sea  10/5/78 p.10
 
UNITED WAY                                                  
    United Way meeting planned  2/16/78 p.31
    Elected to board  4/6/78 p.26
    Lake County United Way allots $1,370,842 to local agencies 
        6/8/78 p.42
    Fund raiser sets record goal  7/6/78 p.24
    Two agencies join United Way  7/6/78 p.26
 
URETA, RODOLFO                                              
    Youth is killed, 16 others injured in 2 accidents  8/17/78
        p.15
 
VALDEZ, JOSE                                                
    Youth is killed, 16 others injured in 2 accidents  8/17/78
        p.15
 
VALENTINE, DAVID                                            
    Barrington Lions elect officers for '78-'79 service season 
        6/29/78 p.28
 
VAN HAGEN, GEORGE                                           
    Public support a key factor in BYS growth  5/18/78 p.11
 
VANDALISM                                                   
    Library washrooms locked, thanks to obscene scrawling 
        4/13/78 p.16
    Idle hands the vandal's workshop, says youth officer 
        8/24/78 p.21
    Meters, fare boxes target for vandals  11/2/78 p.7
    Vandals wreck shop; owner vows to reopen  11/9/78 p.14
 
VAOS, TONY                                                  
    Anthony's Carpets and Furnishings; Tony Vaos, owner  5/4/78
        p.84
 
VAROUXAKIS, FRANK                                           
    Trial dates set for Panker, accountant  1/5/78 p.13
    Sergel, Panker trial dates to be set soon  6/22/78 p.7
    Ill-health postpones trial  7/6/78 p.13
    Panker pleads guilty; must pay $18,000 to department of
        revenue  7/20/78 p.18
    Panker auditor guilty; fined $500 and costs  8/24/78 p.17
    Landmark restaurant closed: may become retail center, pub 
        10/19/78 p.14
 
VASTINE, KATHY                                              
    Deprogrammed Moonie talks of "love bombing"  12/28/78 p.25
 
VERBIC, RICHARD                                             
    Verbic disappointed; McClory won't debate  2/9/78 p.40
    Verbic raps McClory, Washington attitude  2/23/78 p.26
    12th Congressional District--Republican  3/16/78 p.47
 
VERSCHOOR, CARLA                                            
    It's mortar boards times four for local family  6/15/78 p.25
 
VERSCHOOR, CAROLYN                                          
    It's mortar boards times four for local family  6/15/78 p.25
 
VERSCHOOR, CURTIS                                           
    It's mortar boards times four for local family  6/15/78 p.25
 
VERSCHOOR, MARIE                                            
    It's mortar boards times four for local family  6/15/78 p.25
 
VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS                                    
    VFW selects Crane for award  6/1/78 p.33
 
VIETNAM                                                     
    Their world shattered by war, they seek new life  3/30/78
        p.23
 
VILLAGE CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                                
    Pastor marks 40 years of marriage, ministry  8/31/78 p.15
    Village Church to celebrate installation of new pastor 
        10/12/78 p.44
 
VO LAM, THUONG                                              
    Their world shattered by war, they seek new life  3/30/78
        p.23
 
VOLUNTARISM                                                 
    Volunteers to aid seniors  4/13/78 p.46
    Sherman volunteers' service nears 40,000 hour mark  6/29/78
        p.65
    Busy Brannon puts on finishing touches  11/16/78 p.15
 
VOLUNTEERS FOR YOUTH                                        
    Sharing way to mend shattered dreams, egos  1/5/78 p.21
 
VOSS, FREDERICK J.                                          
    Voss out of political limelight, but not forgotten by
        Chamber  10/5/78 p.19
 
VOTERS, REGISTRATION OF                                     
    Grin and bear it  3/9/78 p.5
    Voter registration deadlines October 4,10  9/28/78 p.9
 
VOTING                                                      
    Vote records show McClory consistency  2/9/78 p.35
    Precinct boundaries redrawn  2/16/78 p.19
    Township updates voting records  2/23/78 p.52
    Stanley renews efforts to extend voting hours in statewide
        elections  6/8/78 p.32
 
VULCAN LAKE                                                 
    Land acquisition grant awarded  1/19/78 p.38
 
WACHTEL, TERRY                                              
    Labor Day crash injures four persons  9/7/78 p.15
 
WAGNER, CY                                                  
    Tower Lakes President Cy Wagner reelected NIPC chief 
        10/26/78 p.15
 
WALSTROM, JAN                                               
    Walstrom is named the Fillies' most outstanding athlete for
        1977-78  6/15/78 p.113
 
WALTER, JOHN                                                
    Harper vote Tuesday  9/14/78 p.7
 
WASHINGTON WORKSHOPS CONGRESSIONAL SEMINAR                  
    Barrington student goes to Washington  4/13/78 p.36
 
WASTE DISPOSAL IN THE GROUND                                
    Septic sludge haulers tell mountain of woes  1/12/78 p.46
    County offers short-term septic sludge solutions  2/16/78
        p.36
    Bill would return local control of landfill sites  5/11/78
        p.41
 
WATER                                                       
    District 220 will explore alternatives to SEDOL  5/18/78 p.9
    Lakes management expert may join staff of BACOG  5/25/78 p.6
    Barrington on hook in creek discharge pact  6/29/78 p.15
    Splitting cost no way to solve this problem  7/13/78 p.40
    Maiben challenges conference cost survey  8/24/78 p.15
    Water main break quiets area phones  8/24/78 p.17
    Flooding complaints drown village board  9/21/78 p.12
    Ditches, water, faulty culverts draw dollars  10/26/78 p.13
 
WATER QUALITY                                               
    Water control should be local, BACOG says  3/2/78 p.20
    NIPC water quality plan opposed by MSD  4/20/78 p.36
    Columbus Lake gets new breath of life  4/27/78 p.22
    Hills vows to protect water in Flint Creek  5/25/78 p.18
    Plant work may cost village extra $600,000  5/25/78 p.14
    Hunt on for source of well contamination  6/1/78 p.19
    Flint Creek discharge pact nearing approval  6/8/78 p.16
    Clean water goal, but getting it may be tough  6/22/78 p.18
    Village board rejects two plant bid protests  9/14/78  p.18
    Failing filter fields draw county attention  9/21/78 p.23
    EPA says village must rebid plant construction  10/26/78 p.6
    Final 208 revisions up for last review  10/26/78 p.24
 
WATER SUPPLY                                                
    Dumping more water into creek concerns Barrington Hills
        residents  3/16/78 p.20
    Water, sewer rate hike to get summer study  3/16/78 p.5
    Village threatens to shut off clinic water  3/30/78 p.12
    Flooding? It's the other guy's problem  4/13/78 p.9
    Flint Creek discharge meeting this Sunday  4/20/78 p.14
    Creek discharge issue to get thorough study  5/11/78 p.42
    NIPC adopts housing, water, land use plans  6/29/78 p.122
    Village can look forward to plenty of water this summer 
        7/6/78 p.94
 
WATER USE                                                   
    Here's a water bill that almost drowns residents  8/24/78
        p.17
 
WATERS, MITCHELL                                            
    To shores of North Sea  10/5/78 p.10
 
WATSON, HEATHER                                             
    Sharing way to mend shattered dreams, egos  1/5/78 p.21
 
WAUCONDA, ILL.                                              
    Judge dismisses suit against home for girls  1/12/78 p.24
    Court closing hassle for police, residents  6/29/78 p.123
 
WEATHER                                                     
    People get it together during Super Storm '78  2/2/78 p.5
    Winterize steps, sidewalks safely  2/2/78 p.66
    Bad weather stalls opening of Lake-Cook  7/6/78 p.64
    We've had enough rain for now, thank you  7/6/78 p.5
 
WEBER, NATALIE                                              
    Weber, Dasher win Harper board seats  4/13/78 p.7
 
WEDGEWOOD DRIVE (SUBDIVISION)                               
    Move over mosquitoes, here comes black fly  8/3/78 p.6
 
WEDGEWOOD MANOR HOMES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)             
    Villages have chance to mull condo project  4/13/78 p.10
    Inverness in another turnabout on condos  6/8/78 p.7
    Threat of suit exists after condo rejection  6/15/78 p.5
    Palatine renews talks with condo developer  6/29/78 p.22
 
WEEK OF THE YOUNG CHILD                                     
    Week dedicated to young child  4/13/78 p.34
 
WEGMAN, LARRY                                               
    Fonte's challenge of debate answered but not by Graham 
        1/12/78 p.14
    Here's to your good "fortune"  3/30/78 p.13
    Wegman raps senate leadership  5/25/78 p.38
 
WEINER, LAWRENCE J.                                         
    Local men seek judge's post  2/2/78 p.28
 
WELCH, JOSEPH                                               
    51 years long enough for this public servant  8/10/78 p.12
    Joe Welch dies at 78  10/5/78 p.11
 
WELSH CENTER WEST (OFFICE COMPLEX)                          
    Office complex gears for opening next year  10/19/78 p.7
    Correction to story of 10/19/78  10/26/78 p.9
 
WENDT, KORINNE                                              
    Paramedics deliver baby girl on way to Sherman  9/28/78 p.7
 
WENDT, TERRY                                                
    Paramedics deliver baby girl on way to Sherman  9/28/78 p.7
 
WHEELCHAIR DAY                                              
    Scavenger hunt part of "Wheelchair Day"  4/13/78 p.15
 
WHEELER, DAVID                                              
    His inventiveness nets escape from gravity  2/23/78 p.46
 
WHITE, CHARLES                                              
    Barrington High School English teacher helps Blazo with
        theatrical career  9/28/78 p.10
 
WHITNEY REAL ESTATE                                         
    Whitney Real Estate; Al Whitney, owner  6/29/78 p.92
 
WHITNEY, AL                                                 
    Whitney Real Estate; Al Whitney, owner  6/29/78 p.92
 
WIDLUND, HARVEY                                             
    Chicago man charged in phony ad campaign  9/7/78 p.35
 
WILDMAN, WESLEY A.                                          
    District 220 retains negotiator for upcoming talks with BEA
        1/19/78 p.14
 
WILLOW CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH                               
    Church officials move toward site development  6/8/78 p.11
    Church asks South Barrington to disannex strip  12/21/78
        p.11
 
WILSON, DENISE                                              
    Labor Day crash injures four persons  9/7/78 p.15
 
WILSON, JOHN A.                                             
    BHS tennis players are seriously hurt in crash  6/22/78 p.5
    Tennis players bounce back from auto crash  9/7/78 p.7
 
WINDEMERE (SUBDIVISION)                                     
    Hunt on for source of well contamination  6/1/78 p.19
    Windemere road improvements to be aired at public hearing 
        8/24/78 p.26
 
WOLFF, DONALD                                               
    Chamber board approves Wolff  6/8/78 p.13
 
WOLLNEY, MARK                                               
    Group to attend goat conference  4/13/78 p.30
 
WOLTER, CHARLES E.                                          
    Hills police seek suspect in rape case  5/18/78 p.13
 
WOMEN                                                       
    Women's center is open daily  2/9/78 p.34
    Harper to bridge gap 'twixt kitchen and work  5/4/78 p.31
    ERA: End or beginning of women's rights?  5/11/78 p.53
    Good pay, outdoor work woo women into construction  6/8/78
        p.57
    McClory opposes time extension to ratify ERA  6/8/78 p.31
    Pageants more than swim suit, pretty face?  6/15/78 p.14
    Barrington Jaycees ride fence on question of female members
        6/29/78 p.19
    She tells women how to play power game  8/3/78 p.58
    Village may employ first woman police officer  8/17/78 p.5
    Women alcoholics bring problem out of pantry  8/17/78 p.44
    Acceptance first goal of female patrolman  8/24/78 p.14
    Title IX: School playgrounds latest battlefield in war
        between sexes  8/31/78 p.21
    Wings clipped, they turn to helping the retarded  9/21/78
        p.79
    Clinic to focus on women now, tomorrow  10/5/78 p.78
    What's in a name?  It's to woman's credit  10/12/78 p.21
    ERA pugilists take ring one more time  10/19/78 p.10
    Women in combat?  10/19/78 p.10
    Placing the displaced - a special program  11/23/78 p.45
    Displaced homemakers displaced by fund cuts  12/21/78 p.22
 
WOMEN AIR PILOTS                                            
    She'll compete in air derby  5/18/78 p.27
    Taking wing  6/8/78 p.22
 
WOMEN'S CLUB OF INVERNESS                                   
    Inverness women put $2,500 to use  5/18/78 p.56
 
WOOD, EDWARD K.                                             
    Crane appoints Barrington man chairman of campaign
        committee  1/26/78 p.60
 
WOODS, JOHN                                                 
    Harper campaign leaders named to head "Citizens" slate 
        3/23/78 p.28
 
WOODSOME, BOB                                               
    Barrington man named field director  2/2/78 p.64
 
WOODVIEW TRAILS (SUBDIVISION)                               
    Hills subdivision halt won't affect Woodview project 
        11/23/78 p.12
 
WOYTHAL, DEBBIE                                             
    There's an old spinning wheel in her parlor  9/21/78 p.77
 
YANKALA, PETER                                              
    Phillips Men's Wear; Peter Yankala, owner  5/11/78 p.84
 
YLVISAKER, WILLIAM T.                                       
    Gould named marketer of year  2/2/78 p.66
 
YORK, HAZEL                                                 
    Hazel York, her music alive, well in Peoria  9/28/78 p.34
 
YOUTH                                                       
    Backporch "swing" an attraction for the young  1/19/78 p.10
    Teens meet with Gov. Thompson; push for legislative
        awareness  1/26/78 p.7
    Barrington youngsters display artistic talents at park
        district  2/16/78 p.38
    Lake county youths may apply for employment corps  2/23/78
        p.38
    Youth arrested after fracas at high school  3/9/78 p.15
    From hallway gestapo to a jack of all trades  3/23/78 p.21
    Jobs for dropouts now are available at BYS  3/23/78 p.10
    Kids defeat cops, but who's keeping score?  3/23/78 p.11
    Police consultant at BHS?  It's not a "must"  3/23/78 p.21
    Local student elected to post  4/6/78 p.36
    Democracy now more than a word to her  4/20/78 p.37
    Student wins essay contest  4/20/78 p.32
    7 police departments assist at "near riot"  4/27/78 p.14
    Young author is an instant award winner  5/4/78 p.14
    Teens at life crossroad find health direction  5/11/78 p.44
    BHS coed gears for return trip to Germany  6/1/78 p.20
    Kirk Center scouts -- small badges, big merit  6/1/78 p.35
    They'll spend summer in England, Japan, Peru  6/8/78 p.18
    Teens to let hair down during Youth in Action convention 
        6/15/78 p.57
    French university students will arrive Monday  7/6/78 p.50
    Teen dynamo keeps club on the move  7/6/78 p.25
    She'll ride her way to an ice show part  7/13/78 p.49
    Keeping "Up with People" a hectic on-stage life  7/20/78
        p.10
    Wheaties summer games contest July 31, August 14 at park
        district  7/20/78 p.12
    New language plus big family equal AFS lessons  8/17/78 p.21
    BHS senior bids for Illinois Teenager crown  8/31/78 p.111
    Swinger goes solo, gets into record book  8/31/78 p.7
    A mother's concern turns to study and work for research 
        9/14/78 p.64
    Her diabetes a way of life for young victim  9/14/78 p.21
    Teen drinking major problem here: officials  9/14/78 p.11
    Village may prohibit booze sales to teens  9/14/78 p.11
    Knowing doesn't lead to doing  9/21/78 p.10
    Teen abortion services questioned by life group  11/16/78
        p.5
 
YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPS                                    
    Lake county youths may apply for employment corps  2/23/78
        p.38
 
YOUTH IN ACTION                                             
    Teens to let hair down during Youth in Action convention 
        6/15/78 p.57
 
YOUTH SERVICES                                              
    Work grant gives teens second shot at career  1/26/78 p.5
    Occupancy permit next hurdle for Applewood  2/9/78 p.12
    Project director hired for youth grant work  3/9/78 p.16
    Their interest centers on infant welfare  4/20/78 p.59
    Care and concern mark philosophy at Arden Shore Home 
        5/4/78 p.50
    Public support a key factor in BYS growth  5/18/78 p.11
    Dropouts dropping in to mold their future  6/29/78 p.126
    Emergency shelter helps kids find new dawn  6/29/78 p.25
    Home, family offer safe haven  6/29/78 p.25
    Youth grant extension is likely, official says  9/21/78 p.19
    Coordinator of drop-in center, secretary join staff at
        Barrington Youth Services  10/5/78 p.28
    Youth work grant for area agencies will not be extended 
        10/12/78 p.22
    Barrington Youth Services program meets area need  10/26/78
        p.65
    For pregnant teens, help is home away from home  10/26/78
        p.25
    Teen abortion services questioned by life group  11/16/78
        p.5
    Teen-parent communications to bridge generation gap 
        11/23/78 p.15
    Public outcry trims HSA family planning  12/7/78 p.122
    Pregnant teen program may begin next month  12/28/78 p.12
    Shelter a haven for children in need  12/28/78 p.23
 
ZENK, COLLEEN                                               
    The world turns very nicely for soap star Colleen  10/12/78
        p.7
 
ZINK, ROBERT                                                
    Bump leads to brawl, stabbing and death  5/18/78 p.14
    Plea is not guilty in Biograph brawl case  8/3/78 p.46
 
ZISKE, JILL LYNN                                            
    Jill makes move from bridesmaid to queen  6/22/78 p.22
    New royalty in town: queen crowns spoof king  7/13/78 p.22
    Miss Barrington longs for return to Aurora  7/27/78 p.10
 
ZOELLER, JOSEPH                                             
    Zoeller calls for light at Miller  2/9/78 p.20
    Zoeller to close high school campus this fall  7/20/78 p.5
 
ZONING                                                      
    Occupancy permit next hurdle for Applewood  2/9/78 p.12
    BACOG, South Barrington eye Hoffman Estates zoning plan 
        2/16/78 p.15
    Senator Graham to seek local control of unincorporated
        building, zoning  2/16/78 p.30
    Motel sign variation is rejected  3/2/78 p.13
    Allstate headquarters to South Barrington?  3/9/78 p.5
    South Barrington planners consider 94-acre subdivision 
        3/16/78 p.11
    Allstate acres  3/23/78 p.13
    Barrington Hills to swallow a little 5-acre zoning? 
        3/30/78 p.18
    Poplar Hills homeowners fight Mobil self-service gas
        station  3/30/78 p.16
    Condominium project draws two opponents  4/6/78 p.5
    First Allstate hearing is scheduled April 17  4/6/78 p.7
    Villages have chance to mull condo project  4/13/78 p.10
    Inverness holds key to DiMucci proposal  4/20/78 p.12
    Village files opposition to condo complex  4/27/78 p.13
    Three villages oppose 624-unit condo complex  5/4/78 p.10
    Inverness swim pool can stay, but that fence has got to go 
        5/11/78 p.119
    Students like DiMucci plan at lesser density  5/11/78 p.10
    "Good hands people" need one more "aye"  5/18/78 p.7
    Condo developer hopes to woo the opposition  5/25/78 p.15
    New Burger King plan will be heard June 7  5/25/78 p.12
    BACOG panel pursues study of Allstate plan  6/1/78 p.15
    Hoffman planners near vote on music center  6/1/78 p.15
    Lack of studies may stall condo meeting  6/1/78 p.109
    Inverness in turnabout; Guss charges "payoff"  6/8/78 p.24
    Threat of suit exists after condo rejection  6/15/78 p.5
    Palatine renews talks with condo developer  6/29/78 p.22
    Golden arches may be sign of the past  7/6/78 p.18
    Position on Allstate to be developed July 11  7/6/78 p.9
    BACOG in holding pattern on Allstate plan  7/13/78 p.7
    Pepper Road medical facility proposal to be heard Wednesday
        7/13/78 p.12
    "Good hands people" part of South Barrington  7/20/78 p.7
    Lake Barrington opposes medical facility zoning  7/20/78
        p.13
    County blunder means revenue loss for Hills  7/27/78 p.12
    Proposed industrial park draws opposition  7/27/78 p.7
    Forrest says realtor trying to break zoning  8/3/78 p.6
    Northwest Highway office building earns plan commission
        approval  8/24/78 p.14
    South Barrington okays four new subdivisions  8/24/78 p.39
    Fence firm must request variance  9/7/78 p.13
    Plan commission gets sign law amendments  9/7/78 p.36
    Zoning board rejects McDonald's variation  9/7/78 p.14
    Chamber hurls "blackmail" charge at village  9/14/78 p.5
    Fate of industrial park to be decided September 29  9/14/78
        p.79
    Office building "go," residential project is not  9/14/78 
        p.15
    Golden arches must be down in 120 days  9/28/78 p.14
    Industrial park verdict Friday  9/28/78 p.7
    County zoning board rejects industrial park  10/5/78 p.6
    County tables final action on industrial park  10/12/78 p.13
    Hills board acts to save its "five-acre heritage"  11/9/78
        p.5
    County denies zoning plea for Pepper Industrial Park 
        11/16/78 p.14
    Developer plans court appeal of industrial park denial 
        11/23/78 p.12
    Dispute over beauty a sign of the times  11/23/78 p.6
    Hills subdivision halt won't affect Woodview project 
        11/23/78 p.12
    Judge overturns Hills, permits shopping center  11/23/78
        p.12
    Church asks South Barrington to disannex strip  12/21/78
        p.11
    MacArthur sways peers to review soils proposal  12/21/78 p.5
    Hills proposal attempts to save trees, marshes  12/28/78
        p.10